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Digital page images are linked to the text file. yt i u Ic y s Amusement Company THE ii I I 1 s R s I s x M- 1j arlns ur THREE DA VS j J yep r k I iIlfnr1l 1 l Ir nrGFtA1 lfi x rti All Children Free First Day of Fair Big Baloon Ascension and Parachute Leap by Lady on each Day Dont Miss it- t Big Premiums and Purses Stockmen Farmers and Lad ies be getting ready No Entry Fee on Exhibits Every Day a Big Day See the Fillipino Troupe of Rat Eaters See the Highest Diving Dog Free to all See theBig Snake Shows Great Running Contests for both Man and Beasts J tA Vit = teC1 ITPA l See the Great Floral Hall Exhibits a a N Bring the Whole Family each Day Meet all Your Friends I Many Shows See the Fine Horsest Great Show of allkinds ofStock 1I I I Excursions on all Railroads Each Dayy Apply to DAVID R MURRAY For Catalogues Hardinsburg Kentuckyr u 0 Q l iE1IT IU1 i THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year in advance CARDS OF THANKS ovor five lines charged for at too rate of 10 cents per lino- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money ia advance Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct please otify us When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as the new addrossIEIGHTPAGESCLO- VERPORT KY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 25 1909 1 tsse9tr r +n THETICKETF- or County Court Clerk C Vic Robertson For County Judge Mathias Miller For Circuit Clerk Lee Walls For County Attorney V G Babbage For Sheriff HQ Vessels For Superintendent of SchoolsJoe W Trent For Jailer William Gilbert For Assessor Peyton Claycomb For Coroner Lee Bishop For Representative Hon D C Moorman There are persons so radiant so genial so hind so pleasure bearing that you instinctively feel in their presence that they do you good whose coming into a room is like the bringing of a lamp there Henry Ward Beecher 1 TIM T STEAM ROLLER BUSINESS The Republican ticket has been named It is a fairly good ticket and for a machine ticket pure and simple it is surprising how well it is lined up There is not a man on it who is not the creation of a sot ofas slick politicians as ever any party Was dominated by And their grandstand play is no money no whisky and no anything else Now let us look into it just a bit There was Hoy Cain than whom no nicer young man was ever seared and a young man who comes from a family of original Republicans and a young man of the highest integrity and the soul of honor a young man whom any Re publican would have gladly supported a young man who has been an announcedcandidate for the office of County Court Clerk for almost a year a young man who would hrfvo taken charge of the office and run it with his own hands and his own ability this young man was given the grand bounce simply for the reason that ho had no money to put into the campaign Let any man deny this if he will And yet that little band of machine workers and officeholders have the audacity to say that there is no money in this race Steam Roller No1 Now what did they do in the County Judges race The same kind of a roller was rolled over Judge Aid Ho was absolutely the choice of tho rank and file of the Republican party and would have been tho choice of that convention but for the mandate of the bosses who not more than a week before tho precinct meetings sent out Word to vote for another man Why was this done 1 Simply for the reason that Judge Ahl had no money to put into the campaign He had ability and a splendid record as a former County Judge butnone of the sweet morsels that make Republican Bosses smile Steam Roller No2 Next came tho Sheriffs ticket The Roller was run over him early in the action His performing was not to their liking and Sam uel had to stand back Steam Roller No3 In the race for Jfliler there were a number of good fellows tried and true who have worked day and night in season and out and the Holler was passed over these poor fellows simply for the reason they couldnt command tho stuff Steam Roller No l- And theres our good old friend Dave Henry who has worked and worked talked and talked to every train that has passed over the Henderson Route for the last six months how he was going to be the man who would regulate everybody and everything and how ho was for the people with the people and of the people and what ho was going to do for tho dear people ho too came under the ban of the bosses and two Steam Rollers were run over him Andnow for this set of political tricksters to get up and mako a grandstand play of no money or whisky in this race It is just what they have been playing for for tho last six months to find a few fel lows who were willing to put up the stun to start the machine a rolling- If they wanted to make a faro and square race and give every man a square deal why didnt they put up the men who had no money and wanted to make the race and take them to the dear people without money and without price Z Then there would have been some sincerity in their no money business And that young man from Owensboro who lives in Owensboro and votes in Hardinsburg and who was born in a mansion and reared in a log cabin just for this special occasion Ho had tho stuff and the backing of a good piece of Federal pie he is the high mucka muck who will make the old hills of Breckenridge ring with great joy and a grand hallelujah Ho was the fireman on the Steam Roller Next Tuesday tho gates of greatBreckenridge County Fair at Hardinsburg will open for three days of recreation mirth and festivities It will bo one of the greatest events ever offered to the people of this county There will be something doing of interest every day and if you fail to attend you will miss the timo of your life The management has left nothing undone to make the event one worth attending Got ready take your family see your friends and have one good timo I The Prospect For The Common Carriers lIThe railroads will presently be con fronted with a volume of traffic greater than they can handle An immense an overwhelming move ment of commodities is the outward and visible manifestation of prosperity It suggests and it is commonly accepted as the realization of ideal conditions conducive to happiness and the common welfareTo advantage should such conditions inure if not to that of the great common carriers- A few years ago before demagoguery gained a momentary ascendency and upset the public confidence we were met with a new proposition In the eth ics of transportation which might be phrased thus Under certain conditions the net of a railroad is inversely as the magnitude of of its gross In other words after a fixed point in the operation of a railroad has been passed its net earnings decrease in a- more or less exact proportion as its gross earnings increase- A railroad which is earning 10000 a mile meetsits fixed charges dis charges all its obligations provides for renewals and betterments and distributes a satisfactory dividend to its stockholdersAs become more prosperous its earnings advance to 12500 a mile and it continues to mee its fixed charges discharge all Its obligations and distribute a satisfactory dividend to its stock holders Renewals and betterments overlookedWith prosperity its earnings advance to 15000 a mile and it meets its fixed charges discharges its obligations goes head over heels in bebt for renewals and betterments and distributes to its stockholders a dividend which it has not earned If prosperity maintains its increase and the gross earnings are still abrupt ly enlarged the railroad goes into the hands of a receiver There are railroads which may at no very distant time repeat this experi enceThe strongest of our railroads have taken their recent lesson to heart andI are prepared for a greater expansion in the transportation trade than has yet keen known With such roads the ratio of net to gross earnings will not be seriously changed by the increased movement But for most railroads prosperity has its terrors and they are even greater than those that follow in the wake of hard times Everybody has to take his share of the latter but in the former the railroad suffers alone On its surface the railroad condition of the present is the most hopeful and the most fsuperficially satisfactory that has been known The precipitate return to sanity imposed by late conditions has induced sound economic practice and this Is as apparent in the efficiency of the workers as it is in the abstracts of operation How long will the railroads hold to this wholesome state of things We do not know There are signs in the air that are dis turbing There are symptoms of an expansion J that is premature There Is rate cutting that is not prompted by the spirit of competition but is promoted by the everlasting personal equation and by advantages which if they exist are not intended for the public 05 for the stockholdersAs attitude of the Federal Government it is of unimpeachable utbanity In saying this we mitigate no particle of our disgust and abomination of the corporation income tax a feeling engendered by its inherent dishonesty and the scandal of its parturition What wo desire to imply is that no respect able and decently managed railroad has anything to fear from Mr Taft or from his mal Vishnu There is nothing In danger except dishonesty and if this Administration can extirpate from our corporation management whatever there remains in it of dishonesty it will do nothing else that will win it greater approbationThe antitrust act is to be amended but its amendment need ex cite no alarm in any honest corporate soul It is proposed to make It less of a Rule Appropriate for Guidance in the Violent Wards of a Lunatic Asylum and more of an intelligible and reput able enactment As it stands it is a dis grace It was passed not to be enforced but for sheer demagoguery and vulgar trickery It remained upon the tables of the law until it was taken up for pur poses of blackmail and foul politics The sooner there is an end to it the bet ter No honest corporation railroad or other need now be timid about any proposed Federal enactment What all corporations may well dread is the subtile Intimation of laws existing or proposed behind whic111e blackmail and coercion and of which the enforcement can be evaded by cash or its equi valont in political abasement A railroad which is honestly adminis tered is conducted in the interest of the public and in the interest of its stock holders When the president or other responsible official of a railroad is a stockholder in a corporation from which that railroad buys its airbrakes or in another corporation from which It buys 0 its elcctriclal machinery or in one which makes a specialty of car wheels or inanother which supplies the railroad its oil and grease or in yet another from which it get Its coal the chances are that that particular railroad is a de faulter to the public and is no more a respecter of the law than is a respecter of the rights of its stockholders There is no serious trouble in sight for the railroads except the approachof a prosperity which will overtax the powers of too many of them When James J Hill appalled people by pro claiming that the railroads needed a billion for betterment he would have been more nearly right had he said that they must have two billion and that they must have Jt quick toorNew York Sun Catarrh Cannot be Cured with LOCAL APPLICATIONS as they can not reach the seat of the disease Catarrh Is a blood or constitutional disease and In order to euro It you must tnko Internal remedies Halls Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine wasdrescrlbed by one of tho best physl clans In this country for years and Is regular prescription It Is composed of the best ton- Ics known combined with the best blood purlllors uitlnR directly on the mucous sur faces Tno perfect combination of tho two Ingredients what produces such wonderful results In curing Catarrh Send for testimo nials free V J CHENEY CO Irops Toledo 0 Sold by UruRRlsts price 75c Take tails gamily Pills for ccnltlpaOlon I TOBINSPORT John Adams was taken to Clover port Wednesday to be operated on for appendicitis by Drs Simons and WhiteBernard Finch and sister of Owens boro are visiting relatives here Big Mule Race at Breckenridge Fair Mr and Mrs Thomas Thrasher and sons Roy and Earl of Caruthersville Mo are visiting friends and relatives here They came up in a gasoline yachtIf want the best Hour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour Quite a number from here attended the Masonic barbecue at Cloverport ThursdayMessrs Hugh Leaf Hugh Drink water Earl and Roy Thrasher Walter Dyer Clarence Leaf and Owen Win chell attended Sun Bros circus at Tell City Thursday evening Miss Maud Ahl of Evansville is the guest of Miss Mabel England Messrs Morris Kincheloe Mack Brown and Ell Dillon attended the ball game here Sunday The Lewisport Juniors played the Pumpkin Rollers at the local grounds Sunday The score wits 0 to 4 in fa vor of the Pumpkin Rollers Will Anspach attended the ball game Here Sunday Misses Anna Dyer and Lillian Bir lenbach of Cannelton are visiting friends and relatives here Mr and Mrs Alex Clark have re turned from a visit to friends and relatives at Louisville Ky Mr Harve Thrasher of Louisville visited relatives here Sunday Miss Anna Mary Payne of Louisville Is visiting her parents here Quite a crowd from here attended the picnic at Deer Creek Sunday The School Of Music Pfrsons desiring a full course in Vocal and Instrumental or Public School music will enjoy unexcelled op portunities in the Western Normal Write for special information Address HLH Cherry Bowling Green Ky PISGAH Mr and Mrs Herbert Tinius andI daughter Bessie Murl were guests off Rev Jones last Saturday Mr and Mrs Laura Taul of Evans ville are the guests of their parentsI Mr andMrs Ben Taul last week James Sanders and family were the guests of Squire Bates Sunday Dr Win Howard and family were guests at the Tar Springs Sunday Mr and Mrs Ike Wells attended the funeral of his brother Latidersel Wells at Newtonfi Springs Mr Wells was scalded to death by a boiler explosion DeWitts Little Early Risers the pleas ant safe sure easy little liver pills A salve you may always depend upon Iin any case where yon need valve is De Witts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve especially good for pllesSolt by alll Druggists Pretty Straight Talk A number of Democratic candidates we are told have reached an under standing whereby they will not an nounce their candidacy This of course is for the purpose of saving the little measly fee that comes to a country paper oncein four years The parties who are nominated expect to square themselves by coming around and an nouncing after receiving the nomina u tJ IJ Real Estate Bargains Have the Following Real Estate For Sale 4 fourroom cottages in theII e town of Irvington located in a desirable part of the town Building lots Business house fion main street Farming llands I from 10 acre plots adjacent to town up to 300 acres I Some of these farms are of the best land in I Meade and Breckinridge Counties I H H KEMPER IRVINGTON KENTUCKY mllmlJrBlIIIiII rlDIlIfj ftD tIIi1 ffIIi1 bI lJi11t111 1100FIVE YEAR 100 ITOINewsIitfirsttakers I 5 Years for 250 I I THIS is a Summer Bargain offer and is good only in Clubs of Five to now subscribers Old subscribers can I take advantage of the rate and get their subscription ad ri vanced five years from date by paying the 8250 or if they tmI have relatives or friends who are not subscribers it can bo fj sQnt to them say one or two years to yourself and the remaining tB years to your three or four friends This is tho greatest bargain everoffered by any paper If you want to take advantageof it send your check tmf for 250 ptioJISI150 per cent Send allorders to I IThe Breckenridge News Cloverport Ky ImfIDiUmlllIIIflMilJllI SOME BOND PAPERS Give You More Than Just Paper to Write On THEY GIVE YOUR LETTERS CHARACTERi AND IMPRESSIVENESS fl Without character and impressiveness your letter sheets are no more valuable than wrap ping paper ciii is the business paper for the business man of today and it demonstrates its right to serve you by every test of qualityi IT IS USED BY MEN WHO TAKE PRIDE IN THEMSELVES and THEIR PRODUCTS I MAY WE SHOW YOU SAMPLES tign but this little notice is for the pur purpose of warning these fellows that if this paperisnt good enough to be used before the nomination there is a chance for some of them not being good enough after they are nominated Call it graft or whatever you please I ti=J- f i t i i f but a newspaper is considerably bumgn intensely so and they generally know their friends Hawesville Clarion CbIQdDCiJl1FOR FLETCHERS 0 C AST O Rim 1r FJ iII TT i 1TTI M t Ji Reliable Remedy FO- RCATARRH 1 j Elys Cream Balm Itqulckl absorbed l at Once It cleanses soothes heals and protects the diseasmoinb- rane resulting from Catarrh and drives away a Gold in tho load quickly Restores tho Senses of Tasto and Smell Full stzc t 60 cts at Druggists or by mall Liquid Oream Balm for use in atomizers 75 cts Ely Brothers CO Warren Street Now York We Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY AUGUST 25 1909 Announcement Por State Senator We are authorized to announce R W Owen of Lowia asu candidate for the nomtna tlon for State Senator from tho Tenth Hena tonal District subject to tho action of tltc Democratic party Pot County Court Clerk We are autcorlzed to announce Hoy J Cnlr of tho Itowloyvlllo district as n candidate rot County Court Clerk of Hrcckcnrldgo county HUbJcra to the action of the Republican party 1ForCounty Judge Wo aro authorized to announce Judge Wm Ahl as a candidate for Judge of Hreckenrldc county subject to tho action oftho Kepubli can Convention to bo held In Hardltisbur Monday Auqust231909 f PERSONAL AND LOCAL See the Phllliplnos at Breckenridgi Fair J H Phelon went to Owensboro Sun daySend in your renewal or subscription for the News Forrest Blftine was here Sunday from StephensportG is the guest of his daugh ter Miss Iva Wine Race for Plug horses only at the Breckenridge Fair Syreno Winn of Irvington was here several days last week Mrs Graham Jolly and children spent Sunday in Sample Mr and Mrs James Younger have returned from West Point All entries free on exhibit at the Breckenridge county fair Harold Murray and William White were in Irvington Sunday Dr Bush the dentist will be in Irvington August 2j and 27 Many side shows fortune tellers fftc at Breckeuridge Fair Ballon Ascension by Lady each day at Breckenridge Fair Miss Addle Ditto of Louisville is visiting Mrs J D Babbago The Indy balloonist and high diving dog are Also sure to be with us Mrs Wm Boutcher and son of Law isport were here last week Stuart and Eldred Babbage are vis iting relatives near Irvington Percy Heustou of Louisville is visitingI relatives here this week Farmers especially get ready for the Breckenridge county Fair Miss Marie McGovern of Victoria Is the guest of Miss Dolly Burke Get ready for the greatest fair in the history of Breckenridge country Educe Williamson of Henderson is the guest of relatives here this week Marion Weatherholt and children and Wave Rolf were in Louisville Sunday Ray Hardesty of Louisville was the guest of Miss Hazel Holder undav Miss Edith Stir man of Owensboro is the guest of Miss Elizabeth Skillman Miss Berilln Bates of Louisville was visiting relatives at McQuady last week Seethe big ad of the Breckenridge County fair in this issue of the News Apply to D R Murray for cata logues of Breckenridge county fair Miss May Zircle of Louisville was the guest of Miss Lillian Sipple last weekMrs Truman Adams and son of Lou isville have been the guests of friends hereMiss Elizabeth Babbage of Louis yule is the guest of friends and rela tivesJ W Kendall and wife of Webster were here Thusday enjoying the Bar t becueMiss Margaret Stirman of Owens boro is visiting Mss Virginia Mc Gavock Races for men and boys at The Breckenridge county Fair Be sure to enter III ljpYOU ONLY KNEW HOWII would build you up increase your weight strengthen your weak throat and lungs and put you in condition for next winter you would begin taking it now L Take It In a llttlo cold milk or water sad 100 All Druggists For RentTwo or three rooms furnished or ununllshodT Mrs Lydia Jolly Iruington Subscribe for the News this week Put your name on the list with your neighborThe snake in the United State will bo on exhibition at the Hardlns burg Fair For SaleBest paying business in the town for amount of money invested F T Heyser Dr W M Casper Dentist at Lewis port Tuesday at Cloverport Wednesda and Thursday Mr Claude Murray of Williamson W Va is the guest of Mr and Mrs A IL Murray Dont fail to enter the trotting am running races at Breckenridgei greatest fair- Morrison Calhoon dentists offlci downstairs 215 Fourth street bolt phones Owensboro Ky A woman will make H balloon ascen sion every day at the Ilardtnsburg Fair Dout miss this feature Misses da Huff and Josie Ebeits of Cannelton were guests of Misses Esthe and Rachel Jackson last week It will be a good time to have your picture made at the Cloverport barbe cue August toC Brabandt Shows to amuse exhibits of all kind to entertain both old and young at our Fair Children Free first day Large premiums will be given at Breckenridge county fair August 31 September 1 and 2 Try your luck Misses Francis Little and Ruth Atch ison of Owensboro were the guests of Miss Virginia McGavock Thursday Pack your glad rags and go to the Breckenridge Fair the first day AugI ust 31 and stay until September 3 Highest diving dog In the world wil dive from 50 to 100 feet off a lad ler a the Hnidintburg Fair Free txbibitioi I1In the two banks are exhibited the handsome silver cups to be gicn away at the fair Look ih to sci them Misses Sorah Lee and Mildred Ba ker of Owensboro were the attractive visitors of Mr and Mrs Frank Payne last week Men riders The winner of one half mile race gets the Silver Loving Cup valued at 20 At Breckenridgei II FairSpecial train and coaches will rut each day of Fair See your railroac agent for full information as to ratesI and time of same Reduced rates en all railroads to the Hardinsburg Pair Aug 31 Sept 1 anc 3 See Bills for rates and train schedule Special trains from all points Prof Edmund Wroe left Saturday for Flemiugsburg He will begin his duties is Superintendent of the high schoolat that place the first Monday iiJ Septem berYou dont have to go away from home to get your dental work done See Dr Bush Dentist at Cloverport every Monday and Tuesday except the 4th Monday A lady will perform sensational aud lairraising feats never before seen as a Free Attraction from high swigging ladders in midair each day of the Har Jinsburg FairILadies get busy Many free prizes for your work Write D R Murray for catalogues and see the papers Many special prizes for you net included in catalogue Write the Secretary See thegreat Roman hippodrome ider on a team of horses Once around the race track each day of the fair on untrained horses Free attraction Dont miss it by Prof C C Clark Photographs of the children pictures for their friends pictures for your fam lies and your wifes pictures for you and the children both to look on in uturo years and bring back the child hood days again We take them and ake them so well that they catch all the charms and preserve them for you Jrabandts Studio Cloverport Children Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIA In Honor of Miss Melone Mr Edward Morrison gave a most njoyable Lawn Party Saturday evening at his home in the West End in honor of Miss Bettie Marguerite lelone of Louisville The party was largely attended the crowd numbering nearly fifty quite a number of out of town guests being present The vening was one of pleasure to all After many games and plenty of good music a most delightful repast was served Entertains For Miss Jackson Mrs Viola Jackson gave a delightful reception at tho Satterfield Homestead near town Friday evening It was in celebration of the eighteenth anniver saryof the birthday of her daughter Miss Rachel Brandon Jackson Over lorty invitations were accepted DDt Forget to Subscribe U tf i j j t DEATH OF ANOLD CITIZEN Joseph Hudson Passes Away Other News Around the County Capital Joseph Hudson one of the oldest citi zens ofour county llacking but two days of being ninety years of age died August 15 at the home of his sonin law Dr E R Wilson a few miles from Vine Grove Mr Hudsons home was near Hudson this county where he bad led an active life of usefulness On the fourth of this month he was hurt inn runaway from which he never re covered His wifes death occurred eleven years ago The four surviving children are Mrs Susan Johnson Mrs E R Wilson and the sons Absalom of Louisville and J T of Hudson The deceased was a Union soldier In re ligion he was a Methodist On the ninetieth anniversary of his birth his remains were laid to rest in the Hudson burying ground at Hudsonville If you want the best Hour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour Mr and Mrs Staten of Bowling Green lire visiting Mrs Statens parentsMr and Mrs John B Stith Mr and Mrs Wade Pile of Mook were in town Sunday the guests of rel atives Mr and Mrs S M Ileiminger of Westview were the guests of Mr and Mrs Luke Reeves Sunday Mr and Mrs Jesse Whitworth were guests of Mr and Mrs John Heston of Basin Spring Sunday Mrs Blanche Read returned Saturday from Benton Harbor Michigan IRev and Mrs E B English of Ow ensboro arrived Monday for a visit of two weeks Misses Tula and Anna May Hudson of Louisville are spending a two weeks vacation with Mr and Mrs James 0 Leslie of Mook Ball throwing fat mens race mule I raceplug race boys font race allat the Uardinsburg Pair Aug 31 Sept 1 2 Misses Hannah Pile Judith Walls Runa Board and Messrs Coleman Car man and Jesse Walls were the appli cants before the examining board Fri day and Saturday for teachers certificates This completes the examinations for the year except the colored one Friday and Saturday of this week IMills Mary Owing of Wolf Creek is the guest of Miss Tula C Daniel Mrs Gibson of Cloverport is vis iting Mr and Mrs Larkin Gibson Little Mary Frances Wolf returned to Louisville Monday after a visit of sev eral weeks to Mr and Mrs Morris BeardMrs Lydia Macy of Garfield was tho guest of Dfrs Paul Compton last week Mr and Mrs Ed Clark left Sunday for their home Mr Clark severing his connection with the firm of B F BeardI Co where he had been employedl several months as head clerk Gen D R Murray was in LouisvilleI Monday in the interest of the Fair which opens next Tuesday Mr and Mrs Alfred Heston spent Sunday in Cloverport S A D Dodson of Custer was elec ted Division Chairman of the Fourth Educational Division Ht the organiza tion of the board at Custer Friday Douglass Dodson as he is familiarly known is a good titan for the position one whose attention will be given nineteen schools in his territory Den II Monarch son of Mr cud Mrs John E Monarch died of scarlet fever Friday the 20th after an illness of about thirtysix hours Ben was only eleven years old a bright boy and one liked by all his companions The in terment took place Saturday afternoon in St Rouiuolds cemetery at Hardlns burg R S Skillman known to almost ev ery man in the county as one of our most popular and most honored citi zens is here for several days visiting friendsJudge H Dell Maorman will accom pany Dr Mather Thursday to the up pointments in the educational campaign the doctor is making throughout the county They will speak as follows on Thursday August 26 of this week Balltown at 10 a m Tarfork nt 3 p m NcQuady at 8 p m- All people especially patrons nUll parents are urged to be out to hear the addresses made by these public spirite l ruen whose interest Iiiithe betterment of educational conditions impels them to give their time and energy to the cause GOES UP WITH A LOUD REPORT Furrow Wild in First Two Innings And Lets Patesville Make Twelve RunsAn Aw ful Catastrophe LEWISPORT JUNIORS DEFEATED Wasnt it awful The local bunch went to Patesvilie Friday What an unlucky day for such an undertaking The cream of ball tossers from that section of the country were there and they defeated our blue ribbon warriors by the score of 22 to 5 One Layton Furrow the star pitcher for the locals was Tripped for sixteen safe hits in the opening round netting the enemy six tallies The sixrun per formance was repeated again in the second and the locals were walloped to the tune of 22 to 5 Southpaw Newton had them at his mercy He thought it would be too bad to blank the locals so he let them have five runs to keep them from crying Still the score was 22 to l- iThe Patesvilie boys certainly got re venge for the bad luck game they lost here several weeks ago and sent our boys back to town by the score of 22 to 5 They placed their hits wherever they wanted to When the locals played up they would knock them over their heads When they played back they would knock them in the diamond So this accoun ts for the score being 22 to 5 Get Even With Hardinsburg The local ball team defeated the Har dinsburg nine by the score of 8 to 7 Hemphill for the locals was the star performer on the mound and won his own game with his puzzling benders Pumpkin Rollers Defeat Juniors Jakey Whitehead was in the best of form Sunday and his curves were the chief cause of the defeat handed the fast Lewisport Junior team at the Pumpkin Roller park White and Gregory twirled for Lewisport but were given weak support Score 9to 4 Entertain For Visitors Miss Susette Sawyer one of the charming members of the younger set delightfully entertained a number of her friends at her home on Houston street last Thursday evening in honor of her visitors Misses Francis and Irene Lam bert of Memphis A watermelon feast was enjoyed during the evening Those present were Obsess Susette and Fran cis Sawyer Francis and Irene Lam bert Mildred Babbage Messrs Harold Murray William White V Alexander Babbage Glen Eudaley and Everett Storms If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour 5tI ILandLandlThe best investment on earth is the earth am- tmi iijself nd tho best earth to invest in is tho I Panhandle vf Texas I itYou can buy good rich lovol land which will IroI eCornB ftI 15 to 25 Dollars Per Acre on Good Terms IUThis land will pay you 25 to 40 per cent annually on your Private cars from Kansas City free sleepers t1IIvestment to see the land and if you purchase 1 10 acres or I YOUR RAILROAD FARE IS REFUNDED IW round trip rates every 1st and 3rd Tuesdays Others ILO large returns from every investment made in areIWhy not you write for full information to J C CRUTCHER Railroad Agent IWebster Kentucky I IJ y xjd WHAT TIME WILL THE CLOCK STOP WHAT TIME N Specials This Week V O v n rI g H j Infants Ankle Slippers o 15c ailrbSizes 1 to 4 o Pink Blue White y H O HS- J2 N rt gjHrens and Misses Slippers oQ = p- J C NOLTE BRO 1 CLOVERPORI KY ro WHAT TIME WILL THE CLOCK STOP WHAT TIME QIt oliCoo JII cIo JI 0- 0a o oIH BUT OH YOU SAYSO AND BRICKo 0 + + I Warv t s t i m + J+ FOR RENT FOIL HENTTwo splendid rooms In the building suitable for a small busI nessFOR KENT A furnIshed room in a resl convenient to business purt ot town and depot Apply ui the News ol1ce FOR SALE COIl SALE Dm pair each Fatrbankscoun- ter und lloor scales ono pair beam seulo undone pair tobacco scales complete W D 1Itrce HEATER and cooker combined stove for News oases ALE Scholarship in Rowling Green University Ronllng Green Ky Rrock enrfdge News- STRAYEDOR STOLEN from my pasture Ky one hack and Brown liorso llIlmnilshlKli and 1 hInd In right eye Tho eye Is white Somo white about the hind feet rather rough high wethers and up hen ded 13 old giving Infor WillibeI 1OST Wednesday Julys between Clover and Carters Landing a small black pocket book opening on the side containing u ten dollar bill one copper penny and a ro celpt for six dollars A reward Is offered to the finder 1lojsu return It to the News Of rico and rccolcp a reward and oblige Mrs 1AT GREENWOOD Cloverport Ky LOSTIOX HOUND left here on tlo 23 day I a big fox chase When lust heard ot wiisgoliiR up Lick Hun In Bottom lie Is a big red dog with RohortsJJJ whlto on hIs breast Anyone who that dog let me know where bo Is or bring him to mo and I will pay a reasonable reward A V WHIT WORTH Stephonsport Ky Farm For SaleJIs2 acres ttf liiiul lying In Nails Valley Ilardln Co Ky 4H miles from Rlnoyvlllo within H of a mtloof Rldco Spring church on the pulill toad good dwelling house If sovon rooms burn and all necessary outbuildings two cisterns and a wall In yard and plenty of stock water good poach und apple orchard Address MRS MARY E STITH Rlneyvlllo Ky Itonte No i rtt nresV AA avOs1n YOU Have Yotrself to blame if your Eyes Trouble You IIEyes Tested FREE I fGlasses Guaranteed Severs Drug Co I 6 J If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour i BANK OF CLOVERPORTIncorporated Capital Surplus and UndividedProfits 2200000 SafeSound and- Conservative Small accounts receive tho same careful1 attentionllS larger ones and we appreciate your business and in lluenco Interest paid on Time Deposits = IBANK OF CLOVERPORT CLOVEHPORT KY HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES On account of the Jeffersoninn Bar becuo at Louisville Ky round trip tickets will be sold from Cloverport at 3 00 round trip on Aug 30 and for trains leaving at 507 a m and 1007 a m of Aug 31st Good to return Sept 4th- Regular Homeseekers excursions to the South and Southwest on April 6 to 20 Dray 4 and 18 June 1 and 1C July 0 and 20 Aug 3 and i7 Sept 17 and 21 and Oct 5 and 10 Until further notice No US each Sunday will be held at Henderson for connection with L and N train No 71 which is due at Henderson 635 p m Seven Hills Chautauqua Owensboro Ky Aug 2231I 155 round trip Cloverport to Owens boro and return Aug 22 to 31 inclusive Good to return not later than mid night of September 1 IgOU Biennial fleeting Kor P Col Kansas dry Alo Aug 2328 1909 I 1755 Cloverport to Kansas City Andtt return on account of the above occasion Aug 10 to 25 inclusive good to return not later than midnight of Sept1 Subscribe Right NowfN l i I- tu + T I L Louisville Excursior11 SUNDAY AUG 29I FARE 125 Train Leaves Cloverport at 709 a m Returning Leaves Louisville at 900 p m COLLIE DOGS AT THE STATE FAIR An Exhibit That Should Appeal ta Progressive Farmers The collie dog exhibit from present Indications will be blggor and more at tractive than ever before Tho num ber of prize rings have boon Increased and tho premiums are more liberal than last years show It will be held I under tho rules of the American Ken nel club and as four points are to be gained by owners toward a championship medal it Is confidently expected that there will bo a number of high class exhibits from tho eastern and northern states and it is not at all unlikely that some of the most celebrated kennels in the United States Will bo represented at this show The exhibit will be conducted under tho auspices of the Kentucky State Fair Collie club which Includes in its mem bership the most proinlnont collie fanciers In the state nhdf ljentfcnien who are quite prominent in business and social affairs Tho club officers are Judge Coo btTlfolleV president Lottltf A Scovell vice president 5V J fieJlmaji secrotary John H oodlfPh lu I JY It alitnor 1V R Jrer3E ffitIf suUve foKTOTflSeT Amimbor o- rG prizes have been secured and altogether hc Ti respects are quite flat teffnii ThV collie has como to be recognized as a farmers dog and for this reason this show should appeal to overy progressive farmer In the Commonwealth For many yens p tthe dog ahf w has been ono of the very J 1 I best attractions of the State Fair This I year with an Increased number of dogs and a great y increased Interest In the show it shifld he better than ever 41 Twas A Glorious Victory Theres rejoicing in Fedora Tenn A mans life hat boon saved and now Dr Kings New Discovery is the talk of the town for curing C V Pepper of deadly lung hemorrhages I could not work nor get about he writes and the doctors did me no good but after using Dr Kings New Discovery three weeks I feel like a new ma lond can do good work again For weak sore or diseased lungs Coughs and Colds Hemorrhages Hay Fever LaGrippe Asthma or any Bronchial affection it stands unrivaled Price sOc and 100 Trial Bottle free Sold and guaranteed by Severs Drug Co MEXICANS STAFF OF LIFE The Tort 13 Their BreadFrijoles- Are Dolled Deans Tic triilt iit till ancient Indian breatltit Mxl u Us only constituent is Iciliitii rn unnlzci which the wo men soakI Ji I lime water until the ker nets MIC ii tin point of butting then wash tliT icilv until It is free from lime vlnu iiicy i rind It by rubbing It on u IIILIII 1011111of stone especially cut fiT Il Furl with a smaller stout wliiil iliiv Imiiil In their hands The iiiTiit ill I ks very much like rubbingiiiilics i ai washboard and Is a LtillIi us mica i uulou one 1 clime iviulris iIhl lIilIi dough nlMevr like brut 1 luiir 111g11 and It Is easily patted IMIl vcii Itilt hands Into cakes the MI aliI slupr It an ordinary grid dlcfiilo iiill Is linked upon a thin stone uridllc Though no salt or leuvcu iis iuUkd fresh tortillas are ex ceedingly Lulalal1le The PII iur food tuulnstny Is frl Jolos onliiuiry beans They are boiled to a mush iiul with a liberal quantity of lard are warmed ag required In a flat earthen dish that answers for a frying pun The very poor people do not always have the luxury of frijoles nnd when they do have thorn cannot always afford the lard Now York Bun Use Our Want Column Tho Lciisvlllo public schools will for the first time have an exhibit of the work done in the various grades upon the State Fair grounds this year during the week Gf Sept 1318 The Kentucky State Fair is getting to be moro and more an educational institu tion and it Is hoped before many years to have a great display of the work done In the various schools of the commonwealth The best remedy we know of in nil casesi of Kidney and Bladder trouble and the one we III ways can recommed is De Witts Kidney and Bladder Pills They are antiseptic and at onco assist the kid neys to perform their important work But when you ask for these p Us be positive that you get DeWitts Kidne and Bladder Pills There are imitations placed upon solo to deceive you Ge DeWitts Insist upon them and iif your dealer cannot supply you refuse anything else in place of them Sold by ftl1 Druggists NOISY WEDDINGS Boisterous Prelude to Marriages In O1- 3j ltRothenburg They love murk In Rothcnburff ind It Iis nn i h deptof most functions public and j ihtite In front nf the rathuuuH den veiliilng forum filths are going 02 Inside hired musliiuns loudly drum and 1trumpetI whemit the ncoplv foinr ninilny from till Direc tions for u rccdlujilaiijr carried on with the gUtiess vhhli would pleas time shy nnA rctlrlg Marriage is n nrtinniMit Ivlilur lightly nor Hmotiy eutprid lto Oh thr njit lonre IMie wedding it Is ronsldiTPd de roiuMir to hurl old J Ipots lint pans nrnlustt the bourse of tit bride with boisterous good wishes null without these delicate attentions a bride would really feel slighted Her two best friends wait upon her during the din and give her a wreath and a veil nnd some verses composed in her honor and that the verses are curl ously like those offered to brides in the past except for necessary change of name is not at nil a drawback Weddings are usually on Tuesdays and they take from 7 oclock in the morning till 4 or G oclock in the after noon including time time at the town hall At the home there will likely be a play given In which are set forth the supposed foibles of the bride antI groom and some friend masquerad ing ns a gypsywill come in and give whatever kind of prophecy best ac cords with his wits Itobcrt Shackle ton In Harpers Magazine l The Crime Of Idleness Idleness urea s trouble for any one Its the same with a lazy liver It causes constipation headache jjumdice sallow complexion pimples and blotches loss of appetite nausea but Dr Kings New Life Pills soon banish liver troubles and build up your health 25c at Severs Drug Co Homemarfo Names That little girl remarked the druggist to tho doctor was Just in for 10 cents worth of tincture of benzine But Ive had it before and gave her benzoin That viis easy answered the doctor This morning on a diphtheria case time woman wanted to know if I administered antitoxin with an epi demic syringe Xcw York Press CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought 9 Bears rho- Signatnro of MACHINERY EXHIBITS Plenty of Space For Such Displays at Kentucky State Fair Applications for sprfco in the machinery department aro belig received dailyat the State Fair ofllcog The importance and magnitude of exhibits in this department are growing every year While the simp advantages Ire not offered to exhibitors as arc given them by oLlerl institutions in tho way ior machinery halls hero will Jo plenty of space in ono of the must ccn venlently located parts of thJ grour s for exhibits of this nature and every other facility and accomodatlon will be at their disposal Among those who have signifiedtheir intentions of earyare manufactturerrssof engines pumps mat chines vehicles harvesting machines haying machines planters plows and everything In the way of motforh upttn date machinery and farming utensil Tho farmer who wbuld keep abreast of the thnest must necessarily be 1- msructed I In theuseof boiler I methor of farming and the use of improve and labor saving machinery on the tarm and can find no stronger object lesson than at an exhibition of this hind I Secure An Education The State Normal School at Howling Green Ky offers nn excellent opportunity to young people desiring an edu cation The Fall Session opens September V lUOg Write for information SOME FINE FEATURED J Special Nlits at the Kentucky State Fair Mr A B Lipecomb president of the Louisville advertisers club will be at the head of the special nights pro gram lrLlp cmh Is ambitious to make the speciall night features a greater attraction than at any previ ous fair and with the addition of the night hors show which has proved such a popular attraction at all of tho lending Sato Fairs and Hippodroni performances in the pavilion there Is little doubt that his hopes will be realized Associated with him are the following infhiental and enterprising gentlemen each of whom will strive to make hii night the best Prof E H Mark of the Louisville public schools who will bo chairman Monday night designed as school childrens night Mr Louis Seelbach chairman Tae day night which has been named Ger manAmerican night John Rechten wnld president of the Louisville feder ation of labor chairman Wednesday night labor night Col W 11 Halde man commander of the first Kentucky regiment chairman military night Thursday night John J Barry chairman Irish American night Frlduv night J E Borland chairman fare well night Saturday night Saturday should be an entertaining day to the children as the Shetland pony classes will all be exhibited and to time general public on account of the horse championships being awarded that day NOTICE Please do not ask us to publish obitu aries free All newspapers of any con sequence charge for such matter We gladly publish accounts of death im mediately after they occurEditor Just the Opposite You are a poor young man- I am Then what you want is n thrifty economic 1 wife Not at all What I want Is a rich liberal winOIlJOIIutl Telegraph I IrI II B P BEARD President MI 11 BEA11DCashier 11Cnsllier I Pays 3 per cent on time more Three per cent is as as the best in this state pay and as much as any bank can afford to pay n1AAl Arrl SHOULD BE HEARD rfYwRPN7J Children Learn Many Useful Lessons From Conversation at Table j It Is surprising to find young people whose parents are brilliant oraE least fluent talkers among the silent bashful ones who have no gift at all InII conversing Tho family dinner should always be a feast of good cheer to which each member of time family I brings the best story the choicest hitII ottwlt o has chanced upon during the dayr r R cLw a This Is the place whore children are taught first correct table manners and then ns they grow up are trained inm the art of conversation From the talk of their elders they will learn aII great deal The mother could enjoy devoting the whole time to conversing with time mean of the house but this she will not do because It would be rude and also because she realizes full well what priceless chance this Is to teach by practice time art of polite conversation The bashful lad is encour aged to contribute his share By skill ful questions his mother may draw from him some Incident be has prlI vately told her The more talkative children must not be allowed to In terrupt the quiet fellow By persever ing care he mummy without being aware that nay training is going on In this most pleasant way learn to talk freely and mturally The rude fashion tolerated in some families of breaking in upon a story with corrections and additions needs to be ruled out People should have no greater courtesy for the most ex tilted guest than they habitually ac cord each other in their homes Scold ing and gossip are both unknown at such n board If the family contains other adults besides the parents there Is even great er care needed to prevent tho whole conversation being monopolized by the adults There is no danger that young people thus carefully trained will be too much In evidence when guests are present Do not allow girls and boys hl their teens always to sit silent as sticks while parents and maiden aunts do all the talking for they need to learn nt this home table to do their share The young mart or maiden win can always keep the ball rolling has acquired an art of value in business ns well ns social life Take Kodol at fines when you feel what you have enten is not digesting Kodol digests what you eat so you can eat suf ficiently of any good wholesome food if you will just let Kodol digest it Sold by all Druggists Address All Letters to the News All letters containing news items nud other notices for the paper please ad dress to The Breckenidge News and not to Miss Louise Babbage until she returns to the office Correspondents are requested to write on one side of stationery Capital 50000 Surplus flnJ Un divided Profits 1100000 DIRECTORS Morris Eskridge G W Beard D S Ricbardsoti 1 iDr A M Kincholoo C V U obertsontB F Beard depositsno much banks I safely managed ILI a n u PURCHASINGaVe FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS for only 25 The regular price is JJioo Those who bring or mail this advertisement to us within five days after seeing it and telling us where they saw it will be able to have one reserved at the low rate of 25 Books and stationery are included No time limit If not ready I now buy ono for future use o c LL2PRINCIPAL r ANC- ii BUSINESS COLLEGErgoogrogaagn Second and Walnut Streets LOUISVILLE KY = piY M e FOOD LAWS Havo never affected our drinks in any ways They wove pure before we had Pure Food Laws Call for drinks made by us t and you will get the best and purest For sale by all dealers JJCarr Bottling and Manfg Works 1 HAWESVILLE KENTUCKY 1 s- Is vrJJ y To The Public I For the neatest nicest and cheapest Job Printing call at the office of The Breckenridge News i tfI1A Ww OAillAll f1II1M rVl kt1 R lb1Y WtIfN N AM1 IV u r Special Service Between Cloverport and Hardinsburg 5 On August 31st and September 2nd train will leave Cloverport at 7 oclock a m on September 1st at 845 a m Returning leaves Hardinsburg at 445 pm Fare for Round Trip from points between Cloverport and Irvington to Hardinsburg i LO 0 H 4 Limit of Ticket September 3rd II I IIINMM 11P9 1MMIA b1 uUU1MMrMMM1I1M M1Pir Iy1i1 MNN MVuWt IWJWtn s- e I n FJ Io r wF w kw w j itarUay a t I2 U BIG DAYS NIGHTS lS t0 OUOPREhUMSSION HORSE SHOW AND BUILDINGi DAILY RACESNATIELLO AND HIS BAND FREE ATTRACTIONSFIRE WORKS 25 GREAT SIDE SHOWS ON THE PASS 25 Hero tho finest live stock and the best farm products arc assembledfriend meets friend amusement Is combined with information Show rain or shine day and night in the largest and most magnificent Live Stock Pavilion fa the world Quarter of a Million Viii Be Hero COME LOW RAILROAD RATESFO- IINFOIMATIONCATALOGUEENT y FLANKS ADDRES- SJ V NEWMAN Secretary 320 Paul Jonos Bldg Louisville Ky 1 M fRmb b4te li l llgMI Ij zi v v fc v V j j j z v gaajiJi jjtjj ANNUAL MEETING I Travelers Protective Association IsI ASHEVILLE N C II May 310=June 5 1909 I l Southern Railway I II l Ashevillel Il Very low rates will be authorised open to the public Take this opportunity of going to Asheville and visiting the beautiful mountain iI- ous section of Western North Caroline t any Southern Railway Ticket Agent for fare and schedules me Ie I 11AsC BEAM Jr A G P A 1 i1STLOUIS MO IJj frIJJ 11- I t wtI u MIt I Land In Arkansas Say did you know that Arkansas today is of tho greatest RICE PRODUCING pnoIIl in the Union No state has so many conditions to the growth of this most crop and no state produces so much per acre j tTlThe water is plentiful and of the very best quali ty the land jia rood and practically level hence not expensive to prepare for the crop tho cli mate is ideal the summers being sufficient long for the crop to fully mature and the winters cold enough to kill the stubble and thus prevent Red Rico and other harmful growths The yield is from 30 to 140 bu per acre and as fine qualifyII as produced anywhere It brings in the mar ket from 100 to 150 per bushel Wo have many desirable tracts that are suited to RICE that wo are selling now 1500 to 2500 peracro but they will wollIIi worth several times that price Write us at Altman Gregson Jonesboro BrooksII JWWlLA i Inauguration i PASSENGER SERVICE TO a Hartford Dundee and Sunnydale Ky By 10 ItLif The Louisville Henderson SI Louis Ry On August First the Louisville Henderson S jSt Louis Railway Company inaugurated regu Jar Passenger Service between Jrvington and i Hartford Trains leaving Irvington at 1110 a m and 545 p mwillhandlo pllssen ers through to Dundee Sunnydale arid Hartford dir i X11- rr L J IRWING PA1 d WATCH FOR OUR NEW STORY n Iri 0 t a itsrn a FOR THE BUNGALOWB The Furnishings Should Be Simple Artistic and Inexpensive rCOLOR SCHEME IMPORTANT s In Floor Coverings an Arts and Crafts Square Is Very Satisfactory For Liv ing or Dining RoomsMission Chairs and Demin Hangings Effective For furnishing u bungalow there Is plenty of simple Inexpensive furniture available and It only requires a little thought on the part of the owner to make her rooms comfortable and cozy Next to simplicity of design harmony of color Is tho most Important con sideration In a living room hung with Japanese grass cloth In a light green shade or tinted a soft brownish gray the cushions of the armchairs and window sent should be of dark green or some other equally good contrasting nAND WOVEN IWO color and the rugs upon the floor should be of corresponding tones but light fadablc tints should never he employed In conjunction with such u wall treatment The illustration shows a charmingly furnished Ihlug room The walls are hung In dark green grass cloth and the woodwork Is stained white The fireplace at one side of the room is constructed of red brick laid In white mortar and the narrow mantel above Is stained to match the woodwork Simple white muslin curtains shade the long narrow windows which open outward and a few prints and a small mirror adorn the walls The couch and chairs of polished hard wood with rattan backs and seats are fitted wits cushions covered with denim In tones that harmonize with the wall hang ings An arts and crafts desk and stool painted white stand In one cor nor and four small tables serve ifs receptacles for magazines and various knickknacks A large rug In shades of green and red Is placed before tht fireplace and adds n note of bright ness to n very pretty whole In the choice of floor coverings for the bungalow there Is a varied supply to choose from For tho living room a I aI A COMVOinAliliY tUilNISUEU L1V1J5CI iOOil largo art square of wool and cotton weave Is very suitable It comes In various shades and can be purchased for 15 It will last four or five seasons An arts and crafty art square Is very satisfactory for either the living room or dining room and can be pur chased at any handcraft shop for 20 It can be made to order In any shade and design desired and will wear long er than the majority of floor coverings and always look well Then there Is a large brown wool rug which comes with a border of brown and yellow and which Is admirably suited for n room where the mis sion typo of furniture Is employed as Is a Scotch rug a woolen product finished alike on both sides which comes In various slzes tho 0 by 12 size costing 30 Children Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTRIKCause I Congratulations old mant I sup poso youre tickled to death because Its n boy- Yes In a few years now Ill have nn CXCUHP for poliiR to the circus Detroit Free Irpps WWn you flare sot yoiirsplf to n r tt 71 t i 4 o AGONY Of ECZEMA BEYOND WORDS I Whole Body a Mass of Raw Tor turing Humor Hair All FeJI Out DropOltClothing Bleeding Flesh Hoped Death Would End Fearful Suffering 1 CASE SEEMED HOPELESS BUT CUTICURA CURED HER S Words cannot describe the terrible eczema I suffered with It broke out on my head and kept spreading until It covered my whole body I was almost a solid mass of sores from head to foot I looked more like a piece of raw beef than n human being TJib pain and agony I endured seemed moro than Icould bear Blood and pus oozed from tho great eoro on my scalp from under mybodyswollen I was afraid they would break off Every hair In my head fell out I could not sit down for my clothes would stick to tho raw and bleeding painMyI got worso and worse My condition was awful I did not think I could live myfrightfulmotherIntawbeggededies I said I would but had no hope of recovery But oh what blessed re lief I experienced after applying Cutl cura Ointment It cooled the bleeding and itching flesh andl the first real sleep I had had itrees IIi burningtongue applythocura Resolvent for the blood In a runningthewas to get well again Then tho hair on my head began to grow and In a short time I was completely cured I cannot praise Cutlcura enough Iwish I could tell everybody who has eczema to use Cuticura My condition was so terrible that what cured mo cannot fall to cure anybody of this awful disease If any ono doubts the trutn of this letter tell them to write to me Mrs Wm Hunt 135 Thomas St Newark N J Sept 2510081 Cutlcuri Soap Ointment and Resolvent liquid lottCrDrllHiMulled Free Latest Cutlcura Skit nook SMART TAILORED WAIST Something Attractive For the Girl IIn the Office As long us there tire business women the shirt waist will remain n mat ter of Importance It Is till garment best suited to her needs and whether tailored or fancy Ills a place Impossi blo for any form of one piece gown to usurpThis season the tailored waist has come Into Its own after being role gated to the background for some time In favor of the lingerie blouse The plain waist always seems more suitable for the workaday world although It Is rather trying to be forced to wear r 1 BIIIRT WAIST FOR BUSINESS WEAR severe styles when ones heart longs for frilly dainty clothes and It Is gen erally women that have never done a days work downtown in dull offices who are first to criticise a girl for wearing pretty garments to business The love of tho beautiful can never bo stifled In womankind no matter how much she may be tied dovn to Iron rules and regulations and It would In deed be a sorry dull old world If It were not for the dainty feminine qunl ityIt Is rather difficult to find a new model for tho tallorcd waist but one unusually smart Is shown In tho sketch and may be developed In linen madras or percale There arc a prettily shaped yoke and a double box plait at the front Tho buttons form an attractive note and maybe of pearl or self cov cued Tho skirt may match the blouse if linen Is used or form a contrast tullI being on tho bishop order popular sev eral seasons ago- Genenerally debilitated for years Had sick headaches lacked ambition was wornout and all rundown Burdock Blood Bitters made me a well womanMrs Chas Freitoy Moosup conic L I Ii n h V W II IJowMEit President AD SitiLMfAN Cashier Ir L LianiroOT VlcoPrcsldont CHAS SKILLUAN AsstOashler t The Old Relia- bleBRECKINRIDQE r BANK Organized 1872 Capital and Surplus 5200000 Insured in every way and protected by the very latest equipment depositsIsolicitedIrMtAttltsiBi NatltiltlMttltbYMMifASt A ft44 100 Visiting Cards for 75 cents rJ f- tII September Magazines Home Journal Delineatorm mLadies II- tt MunseyMcClure i Telephone your order at once for Ladies Home Journal if youmm TL JOHN D want i 2LJ i THEV2 Fifth Avenue I HOTEL ti Louisville Ky J PIKE CAMPBELL Mngr mostcontrally lflrstcluss Only block pal shopping tprIncipal theatres Street curs city- Everythlnl and clean RURAL TELEPHONESr x Mr Farmer are you interested i If so call on the TelegraphkIt IICUI M B mors Line TELEPHONE rate Incorporated TELEGRAPH COMPANY I J Poultry Secrets Disclosed secrets poultry business other best methods and newest discoveries seldom reach amateur poultry raiser and general public for years after they are origi nated Anew method of absolutely insuring fertility of setting eggs example Enormous Cash Value and in discoverer U to be keeping It to Now for first time the secret of many of most successful poultrymen are confidence has been violated secret has been I IIerlised M IObtainedRead What Purchasers irerelredram Juurneln4FRdtrySecrets and am 1 with Iloth TbeecM- are worthI their weightI in cold Why I palll 6s fur the uproutwt otto method You certainly five a fellow over hi limner worth AMWKW I1 U MORLEY Utlca N Y lierelvetl your Uok ot roItryseM i llianexceptionally instructive work and worth 810 to any progrowite poultryroan 1 would not care to take that for my raps if I couM nt ret another ROUT F KIMWUND N J is to Seceti I nlll say I have lec turgid on this ul ject orr the trots portion of thli state for the part fifteen year and have r tbluohQctInr I yenralddleCbYour book Poultry Secret received also the February and March numbers of Farm- Journal Eminently latUflxl with all three more than my worth on any ono pap of either publication F L VANDMtUURGH Tuu U OUR Tito Ilocated and only In the city making a 2 00 rate ono from the district two prlncltfrom the pass the door parts of the neat aY I jn the as THEREany the the the the for has not blamed for himself the the made public No every Say very jioutviiie Poultry the lot moneys Hereford hotel A Few of the More Important Secrets Itoyeri new system for InnuriiiK fertility of setting enrs I K Selecting the laying hens thecentral thought of the socolled Hogan Potter and Palmer Systems The Several nevy food formulas many of them the same as expensive patJnted ooda The greenfeedTrustows Secret of obtaining high market prices for poultry stock Tho Grundys method of obtaining bulky food at acost of 8 cents a bushel Dr AND MANY QTIIERS NOT ENUMItIlATED HElm It would be absurd to expect every bit of this information to be unknown to everyone I we make no such claim hut to tiro great majority of poultrymen It will be absolutely new and of great value yearsmadeaspecialtyofpoultrylthldpartmntLI ppertullIlluitrated deaf clever quaint and always cheerful Intensely practical equally at home on a thousand acre farm or on a suburban back jarden and In a dozen ways UNLIKE ANY OTHER rArER OFFER1One incubatormastloss nodfor rulesforsmallHock loanliens Copy Poultry Secrets Journal 2 mosAllUreckcnrldge News 6 3 for 100 I Io Cannot sell Poultrr Secrete by ltclfnly In this I SEND ou nniNO YOUR ORDER TO THE BRECKENRIDGE NEW COUlblaaUoaIq o You CanGet anything prinfed here from a visiting card to a 30x44 pos ter and that too at the Right Price I n- O 1 Paid In Fullt-x a a for is in to of a in of be in i Rev Hayes our presiding elder de livered two very interesting sermons at the M E church Saturday night and Sunday morning Mrs D S Richardson and two dau ghters Miss Sallie and Mrs Dr Wm Milner and little daughter Virginia of Union Star attended church here in Furniture Stoves and1 Hardware Also a big bargain iin mens and boys clothing and hats a Geo McCubbius Mrs Perkins of Louisville attendedI church here Sunday She was the guest of Miss Mattie Milner of UnionI Adair of Hawesville spent the day Sunday with Mrs Georgia Sargent There were several from this place attended the picnic at Yellow Bank Geo McCubbins for Oliver Chilled plows and repairs Oscar Black of Addison Vas in tow Ruth Elder and brother Arthur left Sunday for their home near Uniontown after spending several days with relatives here When in need of bricks lime cement salt and hay call on Geo McCubbins I Mrs Sarah Knott died Friday morn ing at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs Chas Stewart at Ammons Mrs Knott was the widow of Geo Knott and leaves several small children Mr and Mrs Will Camp and children of Owensboro are guests of Mrs Georgia Sargent j tives in Webster Splendid bargains in Juggles Want to close out the entire stock and will give any one a bargain in buggies d I McCubbins t P by John W From Eugene Walters Play That Has Stirred This Country BY PARKER A Forcibly Presented What patient and self sacrificing young wife endured love made vividly real this wonderfulstory An absorbing tale that causes the reader L himself the part character this word drama action and life The Above Story Will Soon this Paper STEPHENSPORT SundayBargains StarMrs SaturdayGo SaturdayMiss relajan- harnessGco Novelized Harding ILLUSTRATED Great Moral intensely imagine living Published Mrs Geiger and little son of Louis yule have returned home after spend ing several days with Mrs F C Ferry at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs E H Stiller Mr and Mrs Sills of Toronto Canada will arrive here the 15th of Sept to locate They will meet with a hearty welcome for we feel that our town will be benefited by their coming Good citizens make a good town Go to Gco McCubbins for shoes Every thing new and uptodate for men women and children- t Mrs E A Blaine has returned home from Louisville Miss Lucy Hall of Addison spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Helen Macey Go to Geo McCubbins for coat suits and skirt patterns All the new colors in wool goods also a nice line of taffeta silks and all the new jet buttons and belts All at low prices Ladies you should try to get that cut glass bowl given by Geo Wolf for the best caramel cake at the Hardins FairnIf you want the best flour buy theILewisport BEST patent flourjj Bilious Feel heavy after dinner Tongue coated Bitter taste Complexion sallow Liver needs waking up Doans Regulets cure bilious attacks 25 cents at any drug store Big Price For a Mule At Sklllman a few days since JnoIH Sterrett sold a threeyearold mule to the city of Louisville which isII operating the gravel pit on his place for 250 This is the best price forI an animal of that age we have heard of In the county At the same time J A Ross and A B Sterrett sold three horses to M A Davidson for 1GO Mr Davidson is a Louisville man and Is engaged at the gravel pit r as a contractor for the city of Louis ville The gravel taken from this point is used in the parks mid drive ways about Louisville Hancock Clarion Farmers mechanics railroaders In OilTakesorbruisesntaywhere IRVINGTON NOTES Interesting Happenings in and Around the Hustling Little Railroad Town Mr and Mrs H H Kemper have BigSpringIf you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour Mrs G O Bailey left Saturday for quite an extended trip through Vir ginia While gone she will visit her parents Mr and Mrs Lyons near Old Point Comfort for two wteks She was accompanied by her sister Miss Vista Lyons who has been mak ing her home with her Big time for young folks promised at Breckenridge Fair George Herndon after a two weeks vacation spent with his parents ex pects to return to Nashville Friday Mrs Allie Claycomb and children left last week for Louisville wherett she will make her home 1t Mrs C S Neafus and Mrs Fidelia Galloway have returned from Louis ville where they spent a few days the guests of Mr and Mrs Ernest Gal lowayMiss Mildred Moorman of Glen deane is spending this weekwith j Miss Margaret Peyton t Miss Hazel Richardson of near Ekron came last Thursday for a stay of a week the guest of her grand parents Mr and Mrs D W Henry The Ladles Aid of the Baptist church held their regular meeting at the church on Jast Tuesday after noon The meeting was conducted by Mrs Urtte Washington There wa a an excellent attendance and a goo meetingMrs Haddock of Webster and cousin Miss French of Stephensport spent Friday the guests of Mrs New som Gardner The public school will open on the first Monday in September and will1 be taught by Mr Henry Cowley of West Point and Mrs Julius Slpple of Irvington Mrs Hiram Willet and daughter Miss WandaWillet who haveibuen with her mother Mrs Joe Green An derson for some time left Tuesday for her home In Shelbyville Miss Isabelle Hen rick came up from Hardinsburg yesterday to be the guest of Miss Nellie Smith for a stay of a week Quite a number from here attendedI the Cloverport picnic Thursday Roy Bland of Carlisle Ind is here visiting his grandparents Mr andIl Mrs Milt Lockard Mr and Mrs Will Corby of Lake land are visitors of Mr and Mrs Ben McCoy of near town Mr and Mrs G H Woolfolk of Chester Pa spent a few days last week with their sister Mrs J M HerndonMrs T Berry and children whoi have been spending some time in the city the guests of her parents Mr and Mrs J B Herndon will leave for her home In Nashville Friday Mr and Mrs Julius Sipple were visitors of relatives and friends at Union Star last week Rev E W Graves left last Saturday for Pleasant Grove near Louisville to assist In a ten days meeting Miss Rosa Lou Ditto of Hardins burg after being the guest of the Misses McGehee for a few days last week left for Holt Sunday- W J Plggott and S B Payne rep resented the Republican party from here down at Hardinsburg Monday Mrs H J Krebs has returned from a short trip to Louisville visiting rel ativesMr and Mrs T N McGlothlan en tertained with a dinner party Sunday in honor of their cousin Mrs John T Berry of Nashville Covers were laid for ten guests Miss Lelia Turner and brother Mr Harold Turner who have been here for a stay of a month the guests of their aunt Miss Mary Cornwall have returned to their home In Louisville Mrs D C Heron and daughter Miss Mary and Mr C H Drury at tended the Grayson County Fair at Leitchfield last week Alex Dent of Louisville Is spend ing this week with his aunt Mrs H B Head Mrs W J Piggott and daughter Miss Eliza Piggott returned home Friday from a months trip to Minot N D where she visited her son Hu bert and Indianapolis Ind where she spent several days with her sister Mrs R Miller She also stopped over In Minneapolis for a visit to friends Mr Sam Dowell was intthe city Saturday on business trip Mrs L L Legters and baby boy after being the guestsof her sister Mrs GtN Lyddane for the summer months left for her home at Lawton Oklahoma last Monday The meeting of the Breckenridge Baptist Association is in session here this week beginning today and last- Ing until Friday There Is a large at tendance of delegates and ministers expected from all over the county There will be dinner on the ground each day We are anticipating a great meeting Mrs L O Stiles of Louisville passed through the city Saturday en route from Bewleyvllle where she had been the guest of Miss Alberta Drury for a few days Mrs Link Kirkendall and daughter Miss Mable of Portland Ind Miss Edna Barr of Owensboro Mrs Nan nie Gates and daughter Miss Edna of Owensboro are visitors of Mrs E W Graves this week Miss Mable McGlothlan left Monday for a two weeks visit to Miss Essie Biggs in Louisville Do the right thing if you have Nasal Catarrh Get Elys Cream Balm at once Dont touch the catarrh powders and snuffs for they contain cocaine Elys Cream Balm releases the secretions that inflame the nasal passages and the throat whereas medicines made with mercury merely dry up the secretions and leaveyou no better than you were In u word Elys Cream Balm is a real remedy not a delusion All druggists 50 cents or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New York A very handsome blue parasol will be given to some lady in attendance at the Hardinsburg Fair on the last day i- l r iY1 f GLtNDEANE Henry Hoben and Johnnie OReilly of Hardiusburg and Miss Jonnie Moor mannveretheguoatsofDl3asTlarySmithMrs ing the guest of relatives at McDaniels Miss Etta Whittiughill arrived Tues aday after an extended visit to relatives at Fordsville Chas Doan was In Louisville Thurs day If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour Ed Glasscock Jesse Howard Robt Moorman and Elze Mooro attended the Leitchficld fair Jast weakiMiss Nell Moorman is at home alter an extended visit to Mrs R W Owen at Lewisport Mrs J A Mattingly and children of Owensboro ai e the guests of relatives here Mrs Monroe Mattingly of Texas iis visiting relatives here Mr and Mrs V E Nenling of Lou isvillo are the guests of their parents Mr and Mrs W T Mattlugly Chas Moorman of Brandenburg was theguest of his brother R H Moor man Sr Sunday Messrs R H Moorman Jr Owen Hunter and W R Moorman Jr and Misses Emma Lou Moorman Daisy Dean and Reba Lewis spent Sunday at Tar Springs Miss Mildred Moorman is I visiting in Irvington Misses Emma Lou Moorman Daisy Dean and Reba Lewis attended the pie nic at Clovorport Thursday Mrs C F Fisher spout several days last week with Mr and Mrs A E SmithMr and Mrs Wm Cannon were here Saturday enroute to Tar Tpritigs Bro Ploke filled his regular appoint ment here Sunday Simon Smith of Fordsville was here Friday Win Robertson and Miss Emma Dean Moorman spent Sunday at Tar SpringsA will make a daredevil slide for life on a slender wire from the top of the grand stand at the Fair each day Free attraction Miss Mary OReilly of Hardinsburg was the guest of Miss Mary Smith last week Miss Hoskins spent Sunday in Irving tonMrs Joe Howard entertained the fol lowing Thursday in honor of her sou Wm Ashby Misses Nell Dempster Mabel Howard Louise Lewis Cornelia Northan Elizabeth Crider Betsey Moor man Alliene and Evelyn CooperSylvia Mattingly Elizabeth Baxter Mr and Mrs S P Poole Sr are the happy parents of a daughter GOOD NEWS Many Cloverport Readers Have Heard It And Profited Thereby Good news travels fast and the thousands of bad back sufferers in Clo verport are glad to learn that prompt relief is within their reach Many a lame weak und aching back is bad no more thanks to Doans Kidney Pills Thousands upon thousands of people are telling the good news of their ex perience with the Old Quaker Remedy Here is an example worth reading Mrs Chas Egeman Central Ave Elizabethtown Ky says On April 6 1003 my husband recommended Doans Kidney Pills in my behalf stat ing that they had been of great value to me in removing pains from my back and other difficulties arising from dis ordered kidneys I can now add that during the four years which have elaps ed I have used the remedy on several occasions when suffering from acute attacks of backache and it has never failed to help me A number of persons seeing my statement in the paper have called upon me and I have always told them that Doans Kidney Pills are an excellent remedy For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States I Remember the name Doans and take noother Published By Request Dont it make you weary to read the rot of those rattlebrained idiots of the metropolitan press who are repeatedly ridiculing the country papers on their locals These twobyfour lunch counter fiends think it awfully funny when some country newspaper says Hiram Slocum has sold his Holstein cow to Ed Chiidress1 lint of course it is just the proper caper when they say Mrs Franklin Oliver Lowden has just returned from the Epson Lorimer ken nels Oh thats great That bull pup would bring about thirty cents in the dogpound while Slocums cow would sell for 50 in the dark Because 1 rA i i PERUWA DID ilyr 1I r WONDERS FOR toELV I MRS ROSA DOVER ROSA BO YER 1121 Sherman 1 MRSf Evanston Ill writes If any ono has reason to pralso Poruna it a Is surely myself Last spring I became BO run down from tho serious affects of a lingering cold that several complications united In pulling mo down Icould noitherfif nor sloop well and lost flesh and spIIl I finally tried Peruua and It did 1 wonders for mo In two weeks I was i llko another person and In a month I felt hotter than I over had before I thank Poruna for now life and strength I send you two pictures so you can BOO what Peruna has done for mo Better Than for Years Mru MaryF Jones Burning Springs Ky writes I wish to speak a word in praise pf your highly valued Poruna as I have been blessed with the golden opportu nity of giving it a fair and impartial test and can say that I havo had hotter health far bettor since I have been using It than for quito a number of years before Ono of my neighbors had stomach trouble Irecommended Poruna tuber and now sho is woll and healthy after having boon pronounced hopdloss by several pnyslclans Manalin an Ideal Laxative Gussie Davis was over at Guards Point Sunday to see his best girl they throw a stone but if William Henry Harrison Pook the society leader was in Mil waukee last Saturday to see Miss Ger tie Pabst they would slobber over half a column and have three pictures of Gertie and William Henry on the front page Exchange BIG SUIT Mrs Elizabeth May and Cliildrcjfr Win a Big Suit in the Circuit Court The suit of Mrs Elizabeth May and her children against the executors of the estate of Fred Walter viz A B Skillman and W G Smart was de cided by Judge Weed Chelf in a writ ten opinion handed down last week in tP which he holds that the executors should be discharged from any further control of that part of the estate belonging to Mrs Elizabeth May and her children This suit has been pending for some time and has been under submission since last May on a motion made by the attorneys for Mrs May to tits charge the trustees A B Skillman and W G Smart The grounds set forth on this motion were embraced in a petition in which the plaintiffs allege that the trustees have no ac tive duties to perform as such being what the law terms a naked dry trust JI and that they for this reason should be discharged The executors of the will hold la trust quite a large fund for Mrs May under the will of Fred Walter tie t ceased and she and her children jiet up a claim to this more than A yjjlar ago asking that the money be paid over to them The executors resisted this contention but the court holds now for very salient reasons set forth In the opinion that they should be discharger V G Cabbage ofthis city and the Hon D W Farleigh of Louisville are the attorneys for Mrs May Mapother Tipped to- dead L NStLI- t Is reported In railroad circles J that W L Mapother first vice pre j dent of the Louisville Nashville railroad will be elected president of the Louisville Henderson St Louis railway at the next meeting of the board of directors of the latter rand The position was made vacant by the death of Col Attllla Cox Mr Map other is a member of the directorate I of the Henderson route e Mr Mapother has made a phenpm enal record with the Louisville Nashville railroad rising within a few from the = ofaecre 1tarythat of first vice president of jte road If he should become president of the Henderson rpute he lib j one of the youngest railroad preeh- dents j In AtnericaE 1 ii7 4 tl1a 5f