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HI Every Farmer Mioulu Dnnoiico- Your monty is snfer in thojbnnk (hnn nn3vhorc cho. Paying jour bills by JPdciUS? cl)cck g llic s;mp(St nnd most ccmdiioit met. cd. Ycur check bcctmcEn vou cher for the debt it pnje. Ml pivw ycu o hotter stnndirg wilh lusiness cn. IMoncy in the bank strengthens your credit. M. bank account teaches helps nnd encourages you to save. Tbis bnuk docs nil the book-keeping. -.Your bank book is n rccoid of your business. EXAMINED DEC IM7 BY STATE EXAMINER AND BOARD OF DIRECTORS To those dcsiiing Banking Connections with an Old Established Bnnk, wc extend our services THp. Rank of Hardinsbunr & Trust Co., .: Hardinsburg, Ky. i SS5 S53 11 if NEW Livery Stable Stephensport, Ky. New Rigs, New Horses, New Stable. 8 1 I Open for the Public Near the Depot. i If you have any riding or -V driving to do, or if you want t in . 3J Feed of any kind, wc.,can furnish you. We will handle Ice also. Your patronage will u nn; I THOS. W, SMITH, i it S Proprietor. 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States and dtlai, tbt tariff, the traits and part? platforms, Oourre slonal record i, sporUng eirnts, world records, welihts snd measures, unleersltles, reHdoos orders debts of nstlons. Industries, weather forecasts, births, msrriatee, difortes sad deaths, railroads, shipping, banllng, money, taxes, insurant, po litical parties, secret societies, clubs, the prohlhl. tion moiement, woman's auffrsge sal ; 10,000 Other rae-U and llgures Up to Data of eierj dij intrrfst and rains to eterjbodj. No merchant, farmer, laborer, business man, bouwwUe oi business woman, school boy ot ftri should be without a copy ot this ealuable refer ence relume or useful inzornution, I'nce zee (Wait ol Uuffslo and ritUbsrc. 80c.). llr t&c. addreu The New Tork World. New fork. NOTICE Please do not ask us to publish card of thanks, resolutions or obituaries free as well as Every nave a main mrcuum REFORMED BREAD TOO SUCCESSFUL Old English Squire Deluged With Orders For Loaves, BEREFT OF PEACE AND MIND. Little Stone Mill Turned Out Whole Meal Loaf Like That Eaten Before Days of False Teeth and Indigestion, and Entire United Kingdom Wanted Samples. Sir Oswald Moslcy, master of Holies ton Hall, Burton-on-Trcnt, Englnntl, has found himself suddenly bereft of his wonted pence nnd his lnrgo estate overwhelmed with the clamorous Im portunities of the world. Sir Oswald recently announced his Intention to start a national bread ro- form. The newfangled methods of milling nnd the artificial non-nutritious white bread, according to tho Itolleston squire, were ruining tho teeth of peo ple nnd undermining their health. He purposed, therefore, with his little stone mill and the aid of tho baker of Itolleston village to produce a whole meal loaf of the saving perfection of English bread In tho days prior to false teeth, indigestion nnd nppendlcitis. Stream of Messenger Boys. For the first day Sir Oswald confined his purpose to supplying sample loare to tho villngers about Itolleston Hall. Then, urged by outsiders, he consent ed to forward a sample loaf to any body In the country who sent three pence (0 cents). Scarcely had the nn noUnccment been made when telegraph boys began to stream to Itolleston Hall, and the next post brought the biggest mail ever seen on the estate. Sir Oswald had n shooting party at his house nnd wished to go out a lit tle, but this became impossible, nud the uuests were compelled to snoot 1,lone- WH,, 1,10 astounded squire wns bottled up with a uoou or telegrams and letters asking for whole meal broad baked in the old way. Compelled to Cancel Offer. I After a few hours' struggle, during every moment of which they say the nqtiire became more perplexed and dlstractetl. he dispatched telegrams to the newspnpers withdrawing Ills offer. i saying that the little stone mill and tho village baker already had more than they could do In llvo years. Sir Oswald and a clerical staff arc busy returning money to tho great landowners who wished to start sim ilar enterprises on their own estates nnd to health societies, millers, bak ers, doctors and all sorts and condi tions of men. However, the master of Itolleston, who is ono of the few really typical John Dulls left in tho country, with sawed off top lint, mutton chop whisk ers, broad face, short, thick body, knickers nnd top boots, hopes even tually to help others carry bread re form to success. Sedentary habits, lack of outdoor ex ercise, insufficient mast'eatiou of food, constipation, a torpid liver, worry and anxiety, are the most common causes of stomach troubles. Correct your hab Hsand take Chauiberlnln's Stomach and Liver Tablets and you wjll soon be well ngnin. For sale by all dealers. FRENCH HEELS RUIN FEET. Spinal Curvature Another Phase, Ac cording to Minneapolis. Dr. Charlts II Keene of Mlnnenp oils In a public statement says that the high Freuch heels which high school girls wear are the cause of de formed foot that have to bo cured bj physical culture, and therefore such heels tiro to be barred from the school Dr. Keeno will have the physical In structor in Uie high school Dud out how many girls hnve curvature of th spine. Ho has found many Hoys In tho Minneapolis schools so aflllcted Ho attributed the provnlenco of curvn turo of tho spine to bad posture, hot! In sitting find standing, nnd to fault." customs nnd to Improper footwear such as FreiK-h heeled shoes. Business Man BISMARCK MEMOIRS HELD UP. Volume Criticising Present Kaiser Se cret Until His Death. It Is announced from Berlin that the third volume of DIsmnrck's memoirs will not be published during the pres ent kniser's lifetime. The first two volumes were published some years ago nnd contained many interesting revelations concerning political events of tho period of DIsmnrck's official ca reer and many sido lights on the his tory of those times. Tho third volume is known to con tain an unfavorable account of the present kaiser, written In connection with the circumstances which led to Bismarck's dismissal from office In 1890, two years after Wllllara-II.'s nc cesslon to the throne, when the Iron Chancellor conceived n fierce hostility toward the young, Impetuous mon arch. Some uneasiness hns been caused at the German court from time to time by rumors that Bismarck's heirs In tended to publish this volume In the near future. The announcement now made is intended to banish such fears and make It clear that Bismarck's Judgment on WHIInm II. will not be given to tho world during the kaiser's reign, A lfzy liver leads to chronic dyspep sia and constipation weakens the whole system. Doan's Uegulets 25c per box) correct the liver, lone the stomach and cure constipation. 'HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES. BETTER LATE THAN NEVER. In the recent class up for examina tion in the mechanical department of the Henderson Route for promotion to the position of engineer, was Mr. Pres ton Ford, a y6ung man, while young in years, made an average which would do credit to the best. 'Mr. Ford is au adopted Breckenridge county boy and the News wishes him all the success which it has a just right to believe will be his. Hall's corner residents are the only ones of this town who were in any way aware of the fact for quite a while that this young man was given a seat on the whistle side, owing to Mr. Ford's mod esty in weaving his own laurel wreath, and they would have been as tardy as the News if it had not been for the shrill blast of the whistle in passing the given place, said blast not being necest- ary according to standard code of whis tle signals, which naturally caused at tention to be drawn to the train doing such whistling. It was the people at this intersection who first noticed the mod est and unassuming Mr. Ford in his new position, and the Breckenridge News' best wish is that the young Mr Ford will at all times accredit himself with the honor and, responsibility be stowed and imposed by his superiors, o o o Marion Denton was off from the tele graph office at the shopr Wednesday, the first time in two years. He certain- The Famous jRd&i) lilt: LiUiiiy wuiiisuiuocu Aagrn, should always be used where several people sit, because it does not strain the eyes of those sitting far from it. The Rayo Lamp Is constructed to give the maximum diffused white light. Every detail that Increases Its light-giving value has been Included. The Rayo Is a low-priced lamp. You miy pay $5, $10 or even $20 for other limps and gM a more expensive container but you cannot get a.better light than the Rayo gives. This season's Rayo has A new and strength ned burn:r. A strong, durable shado-holder keeps the shade on Arm and true. Easy -to keep polished, as it Is made of solid brass, finished to nickel. Once a Rayo User, Always Dealers Everywhere. If not ot yours, mite for descriptive circular to the nearest ogtncy of the The Standard Oil Uaaorporated,' Cured i k Splint "l have used Sloan's Liniment on a fine mare for splint and cured her. This makes tho third horse I've cured. Have recommended It to my neigh bors for thrush and they say it is fine. I find it the best Liniment I ever used. I keep on hand your Sure Colic Cure for myself and neigh bors, and I can certainly recom mend it for Colic." S. E. Smith, McDonough, Ga. Cured Thrush. Mr. R. W. Parish, of Bristol, Ind.,R. No. 2, writes: "I have used lots of your Liniment for horses and myself. It Is the best Liniment in the world. I cured one of my horses of thrush. Her feet were rotten; the frogs came out ; she laid down most of the time. I thought she would die, but I used the Liniment as directed and she never lies down in the daytime now." SLOAN'S LINIMENT should be in every stable and ap plied at the first sign of lameness. You don't need to rub, it penetrates. will mil U Biyaviu, curb or splint, re duce wind puffs and swollen joints, and is a sure and speedy remedy for fistula, sweeney, founder and thrush. Price, 60o. and $1.00 Sloan's book on hDrses, cattle, alieep and poultry sent freo. Address Sr. Earl S. Sloan, Boston, Mass., U.S.A. ly sticks to his post. Mr. Denton has been. in Clovorport eight years and the writer cannot remember a single knock he has ever given Cloverport.' He likes the old port and has found staunch friendships among the boys and the girlsl 00 o Dave Murray, Jr., of Evansville, Ind , was in the city Wednesday evening for a short visit to Mrs. Ferry. Mr. Murray is sporting five railroad annuals this year, which speaks fcr the success he is making of his work. o o o Miss Katherine Moorman, of Louis ville, will arrive this month to accept the position of stenographer in Mr. Randell's office at the shops. o o o Conductor Bolin has been ill severa days. o o o Malone the baggage master is mak ing a name for himself as a contributor to The Breckenridge News. o o o The new station at L,ewiport is a beauty. It is large, airy and conven ient and the citizens of that town and neighborhood are very proud of it. How to cure a cold is a question in! which mtuy are interested just now. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has won its great reputntiou and immense sale by its remarkable cure of colds. It can always be depended upon. For sale by all dealers. One. Company H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT DENTIST Hardinsburg, Kentucky OFFICE OVER KINCHELOE'S PHARMACY "1A TK have three good Jacks wo wish to dispose of. Two arc three years- old, and ono two yenrs old. Thoy are nicely bred; all jet black with white points; very short and close hair; lino sizejjtextrcniely heavy bone; largo feet; big shapely heads and ears These Jacks are fn fino condition, and ready to show. t "Wo are going to disposojof thcnijand thoy will bo sold at bargains. "Wo trust-thoy will find homes in our county. If you aro interested, don't write, but come and see us. Rospectfully, R. G. RO ERTSON & SONS, GLEN DEAN, KY. AUCTIONEER ... The right man in tho right place. If you are go ing to have an auction sale let me prove to you that Col. II. J. Gorsuch is the right man in tho right place when he cries your sale. Prices reasonable. Satis faction guaranteed or no pay. 15 year experience. Call or write me at my expense. COL. H. J. GORSUCH, Irvington, Ky. Irvington College Announcement The board of regents wish to announcp that wo are pre- : pared to furnMi board ann reoms to students for tho moderate price of three dollars per week. , The new college dormitoHes aro neat, clean and Well venti lated. These" are in charge of a competentiad7, Studont3 can enter at any time and find classess to suit their needs. r . THE Fifth Avenue HOTEL Louisville. Ky. PIKE CAMPBELL, Mngr. i RURAL TELEPHONES Mr, Farmer, aro you interested ? If so, call on the manager of the Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Company and have him explain tho special "Far- . " mors Lino" rate. fillMRFRI ANf) TFI FPHflNF ft, TFIFRR1PH nnyPAlY pr - ..-.. . mmviimi ss wwms nn s 4k (Inoorperatod.) JACKS FOR SALE! Wm. HI. MARTIN, Prest. W. J. PIGGOTT, Sec-Treas. The most centrally located and only first-class hotel In 4he city making u $2. 00 rate. Only one block from the princi pal shopping district, two blocks from the principal theatres. Street cars past the door tolall" parts of the city. Everything neat and clean. The Hardinsburg Pharmacy wm Is the Drug Store That save you money.