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The Breckenridge news: n. Wednesday, July 22, 1903. The Breckenridge news. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage, Cloverport, KY 1903 brc1903072201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: n. Wednesday, July 22, 1903. The Breckenridge news. John D. Babbage, Cloverport, KY 1903 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. 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Mrs Parrot for the past r1 i Ighealthi before death came it was thou 1t- JJ that she was getting better T 1T Hills had a letter from her to 1 its effect several days ago and this is ne feature in particular that added to l the sadness of her death Mr and Mrs Hills had been rey d ing in this city for the paRt five T TS 1ykeptr yenrstooJrrooS P Conrad the remaining three They here from Louisville trMrs Hills was about thirty y rs of age at the time of her death he i and Mr Hills were married a at 1895 Two children were born to the union The first child died in infancy The surviving child Ju aIa bright little girl of three was vi t l 11to1 Mrs Hills was a most estimalle- ii and belovel woman She was a memo ber of the Methodist church ard whether health permitted was n t active Sundayschool and mission ry worker She was very popular io xotally and endeared unto hei If L all who knew her In the hi e r I1n the church and in social cir ea 1r she lived a consistent Christian fe s add was never found absent w en duty called She will be missed by a large circle of friends+ The condolence of a host of friends T in all classes goes out to Mr Hills and his little daughter in this hour oft griefSFor headache sinkheadache a sit3 t f InyfI rJ kiqb Freak at the Shops In S H McCraiKens office at the g shops IS a plant in the way of a natu fi ral freak which has attracted the at k tention of all who have seen it In l throughlt nearly fifteen feet long In two weeks it grew twentysix inches The vine Is Tf now branching out and Is healthy- and J the natural green Mr McCraoken hall trained it up so it will soon reach Q the ceiling I 1 For a lazy liver try Chamberlains TheyVJl iTA tloo regulate the bowels and preventa bilious attacks For sale by Short IHaynesI ELIfN P iS NOS jINAvrED t f For Governor of Kentucky On First Ballot at Enthusi r astic Convention rw oil iIf f vY I Jt iHARMONY AND GOOD FEELING I TUB TICKET For GovernorMorris BBelknap of Louisville For Lieutenant GovernorJ B Vilhoit of Ashland For Treasurer John A Black of tarbourville For Auditor George W Welch of Danville For Attorney General W M Beck icr of Winchester lghtfFor Superintendent of PublicIn truction Livingston McCartney of countyFor AgricultureJeorgeFor Clerk of the Court of Appeals J countyThemate a State ticket assembled in the Auditorium Louisville lust Wodnes1 day The events of the afternoon session were the signal victory Of the Selknap forces in the election of lajor W C Owens as temporary chairman over Charles Blanford and the point gained by the Willson forces In the great ovation given former Governor W 0 Bradley who made a tirring speech in response to requests md was cheered fifteen minutes after Its close No permanent organization however was reached because of the allure of the Credentials Committee- to report and the convention adjourned morningThursdayLouisvlle was chosen the nominee of the Republican party for Governor by an overwhelming majority on the first ballot Mr Augustus E Willson the leading candidate during the canvass in opposition to Col BnlKnap did not appear at all at the Convention and JudgePrattper thing hut boon disappeared from view Gov Bradley who had failed to stampede the convention to the Will son banner by his great speech arid who might have taken the nomination from any of the three candidates if he had wanted it was as a member of the committee appointed to inform the nominee of his good fortune called on for an expression He bad no good words for the nominee and contented himself with the announcement that he had never voted anything but tile and would do so this fallThroughout the Convention harmony and good feeling prevailed Hundreds ot delegates and politicians were pre packedThenatured and it was considered by many the greatest Republican State Convention Kentucky has ever seen When Other Medicines Have Failed Take Foleys Kidney Cure It has cured when everything else has disap pointedA R Fisher Stump Sucker Hog Mr J E Keith was out near Mook recently and saw a stump sucker hog The animal belonged to Philo Butler Mr Keith said he had often seen stump sucker horses and mules but had never seen a stump sucker hog MORRIS B BELKNAP Republican Nominee For Governor I Interesting Ball Game The Hawesvllle and Cloverport col ored ball teams putup an interesting gnu e Friday afternoon on tne latter ground The score was very cloje at times and the game exciting At the beginning of the eighth inning the score stood 0 to 0 and at the end of this inning it was 12 to 12 In the first half of the ninth Hawedville run in three scores and in the last half Cloverport was gooseegged mak ing the score 15 to 12 in favor of Hswesvlllti A RBass of Morgantown hid had to get up ten or twelve times in the night and had severe backache and yFolesf Canning Machinery Arrives Two canning machines known as canningfactoryalso received plans of the boiler which is expected to arrive this week This is the tirst large shipment of machinery The rest of the machin ery maybe expected to arrive sometime the last of this month- Distressing Accident Mrs RacSel Weatherholt mother of Jesse Weatherholt of Owensboro InjuryFridayher home in the west end ot town Her foot turned under her and she fell break 1 5 her hip She was car hyDrMrs Weatherholt is seventyone severelyfromsympathyher injury will be a great strain on her vitality Cy ftyTOR rBwt theThe Kind You Haie Always Bought Slgaatu of Work on One House Begun Contractor J M Lewis has begun work on tie dwelling house to be built by the Cloverport Real Estate Improvement Company on the east side of the Hamilton lot on Main cornpletedwillbeily W V PerKins of Owensboro has secured the contract to build a residnnce for the company on the west side of the lot to be occupied by J W Pate FOlEYSffiDNEYCUREMakes Secures Lucrative Position i MrT E Connlff the section fore man at Hawesville and his family left Wednesday for St Louis where lie has secured a more lucrative posi tion with the Terminal Railway Association They go to St Louis with the wellwishes of many friends they have made at Huwesville Mr Rob ert Fraizeof Hardinsburg has taken Mr Connitts position with the Hen derson Route New Grocery Store A full lime of groceries has been up in the building on the old planning mill site in the west end of town by John OConnell The name of the firm is OConnell Co Tne location as regards its distance from other groceries iis a good one and the new company ought to do a good business To Cure A Cold In One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists orefund the money If It tails to cure E w Orves signature 194 peach box Sta Births Born July 10 to the wife of Chas Hook city a daughter Born July 15 to the wife of A N Heston Hardinsburg a son Born July 18 to ex President and Mrs Grove Cleveland a son SAYS IT WAS a ACCIDENTAL Lonnie Raymer Claims He Did I nt Intend to Shoot Nol Bowmanr- an IS NOW OUT ON 100 BOND j 21SpecinlLonnit I deane neighborhood was arrested and Drought there by Tidy Carwile the marshal of Glendeane last Friday and lodged in jail He was charged with shooting and wounding one Nolan Bowman in the right leg On the following day he was brought before the couLtv judge and upon the ad vice of his attorney Judge Milton Board he waived an examining trial and ne was held under a X100 bond to grandfuryreTeasedthat the shooting was accidental Foleys Kidney Cure purifies the blood by straining out impurities and tones up the whole system Cures kid ney and bladder troubleA R Fisher HIGH SCHOOL IIMPROVEMENTS Roof to be Remodeled and New Cu pola Built Addition to be Made Next Year A force of men began work Monday morning on the improvements to be made on the Cloverport High School building The improvements are those authorized by the School Board this spring and for which an extra tax levy was voted They will require completionJTti Nichols is overseeing the work The old roof of the school build lUg the cupola and the end walls above the second story are being torn down in order that they may be re modeled The old shingle roof which replacedbynew cupola in proportion to the size of the new roof will be built and the music room and hallway in the third story will be made into a small attic Large ventilators will be built at each end of the building and the whole tcp of the structure will be given a neat finish The proposed twostory addition will be built somtime next year Ca8TORXABeari theThe Hlays Always Bought Signature or JA H Ls Latest Attraction Hardinsburg Ky J11I21Spe- clat A W Hanks the laughing philosopher will deliver his famous lecture Sunshine and Shadow at the City Hall on next Saturday evening July 25 Those who have heard Him say he is very fine Indeed His press notices are very flattering and thoroughly known and best liked humorists in the county The Hardinsburg Lyceum which is bringing anon fine attractions here should be well patronized by the general public GREAT LIFEr COMPLETED 9 f Pope Leo XIII the Friend ff Humanity Passes Into The Eternal Sleep U w u rOURNING is UNIVERSAL t j r Pope Leo XIII passed into eternal deep at 404 oclock Monday after noon after a fight that astounded the world and won its sympathetic admi t ration With his eyes fixed 011a great crucifix and with benedicticna on his lips the venerable and beloved pontiff passed to his reward und now lies at rest JP When the news camethat the great md good man was dead it caused untversa 1 grief and all Christendom a stands with bended head All denomi nations realize the great loss to the world of this man of stainless life this great friend of humanity Learned divines of Protestant faith pay eloquent tributes to his life and the Catholics of every nation mourn for their great chieftain 4 Wnen the news was received in this city in Hardinsburg and Ih fact in every community in the world the tCatholic cnurch bells were tojledf In this city and county a l1Inthisdi- ocese no special masses for the rest of the soul of thu Pope have been held Bishop W G McCloskey ofjne dirceseis absent from Louisville and will have to return and Issue an order telling all the pastors of the churches that the Pope is dead and appointing a day for n general ser this can be done jj 4 lPierce After improvementst 31SpecialAn toffice store and railroad agen4yat Pierce otAPPROPRIATE PROGRAM 1 For Old Folks Meeting tq ba 4 Held at Bewleyvllle e JJulyt e 31SpeolalThe t r forthe Old Folks Meeting to be held O here Sunday July 20 between the x hours of 10 and 12 a m w O BlessingsFlow t Invocation MajestyOldHardawaySong Religion The Sundayschool of the olden times l JollyThe Mrs B A Hardaway r Song Jesus Lover of My Soul The Church and its Influence Fifty years ago W H Cain Sr Review of Membership L A Foote and G PPnulThe Church of Today Chas Blan ford- SongBlest be the tie that Binds Love Feast IHowI Benediction rPk Bronchitis For Twenty Years L Sound kidneys are safeguards of lifet l Make the kidneys healthy with Foleyl44 Kidney CureA R Fisherr a tt i 4 i I I I IiI11 IiIi- e 4 t Fair will reopen for business on Saturday IJ Aug 1 wIthaz complete4ftline of 4 i ti I W J4 TILFORD Cloverport Ky It f NfN t t N9 rw1NNNN NN INNIN NN 1 NNa NNN1i + S1 110NN1NN1NV11NNON IEMNNI I NN I oNN0101 11 1 11 N 1NNN 1M It M4+ 1t Ne NN ol eNN N NN N i oON NNN NC- i tj f 0 1 1 x iI fl 1 I P 1I e- rc iI iiJ dj w c t r i If L 1 1 AiIit l JJ 1 tr WI q 2 q 11- n1 r h I j 7r i I k tLA t r r t THE MECHANICS BANK OWENSBORO KY Pay interest on Time Deposit M follows 5 per cent one year 4 per cent 6 months Send us a check and in return we will lane a Time Deposit note and mail you for the amount- Stockholders are liable for all theyare worth 3rd St Opposite Court louse B POINDEXTER Cashier J L MOORMAN DENTIST Office oVer Oeltes Hardware Store Prompt attention to all kinds of Denta Work Special attention to FINE GOLD FILLINGS AND CROWN and BRIDGE WORK Price Moderate Satisfaction Guaranteed f y G BABBA- GEAtjtorneyatLaw PUBLIC 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lie saw much of the princess more of the Countess Uagnmr and made the no limlntuiice of many lords nnd ladles for whom he curl but little except when they chose to talk of their girlish ruler The atmosphere of the cantle was laden with a depression that could not be overcome by an assimilated gayety Tine princess could not hldo the trouble that had sprung up in her eyes tier laugh her gay conversation her rare composure and gentle liauteur were powerless to drive away the haunted worried gleam In those ex pressive eyes of blue Iorry had It on his tongues end u dozen times during the next duy or so after the counts narrative to question her about the condition of affairs as they appeared toherThe Countess Dngmnr when not monopolized1 by tile very progressive or aggressive Anguish unfolded to Lorry certain pages In the personal history of the jirlniTSB and he of course en couraged her confidential I humor ill though there ins nothing encouraging In It for him Down by the great fountain while the soldiers were on parade the fair but volatile countesK unfolded to Lorry n story that wrenched his heart so savagely that anger resentment help Icssltess and love oozed forth anti en v loHd him In a multitude of emotions that would not disperse She will not mind my telling you because she considers you the very best of men Mr Lorry sold the count eRR who hud learned her English Under the Princess Vetlves tutor It seems according to the very truth ful account given by the lady that the princess had It In her power to save JraiHtark from disgrace and practical destruction fhe Prince of Axphalus Volt Lorenz was deeply enamored of tier Infatuated by her marvelous beau ty and accomplishments He had per strudel his father to consider a matri monial alliance with her to be one of great value to Axphaln Theo old prince therefore some months before the arrival of the Americans In Jrau stark sent to the princess a substitute ultimatum couched lu terms so polite nail conciliatory that there could be no mistaking his sincerity Ho agreed to give UraiiDtark a new lease of life ns It were by extending the fifteen years or In other words to grant the con iiucrcd an additional ten years lu which to pay off the obligations fur posed by the treaty He furthermore offered a considerable reduction In the rate of Intercut for the next ten years lint be had a condition attached to this good and gni clous proposition the mar riage of irniirttnrks sovereign lIb nmlmssnJo set forth the advantages nf such an alliance and departed with a messago that the matter should have most serious consideration The old princes proposition was n blow to tliu princess who was plated In a trying position By sacrificing herself she could savo her country but in so doing lior life was to be plunged into Interminable darkness She did not love nor did she respect Lorenz who was WIt favorably supplied with civilized Intelligence The proposition was laid before the cabinet ami the nobility by the princess Cannot lIe Jcwlienherself who said that she would be guided by any decision they might reach The counselors to a man re tuned to sacrifice their trlrlUli rnl r ml A Bad Breath A bad breath means a bad stomach a bad digestion a bad liver Ayers Pills are liver pills They cure constipation biliousness dys pepsia sick headache jse All druegtit V int rour tnouiuclx or imrd a txiUlfal l I brown or rich black BUCKINGHAMS DYEtfteJf- t I oft 04nn e N fftlL A CO tH 1 JR DR FENNERS KIDNEY iB- ackache otKldneYCUREoSladder Dont become discouraged There is a cure for you If r eccsaarwrto lr Keener Ho has spent a Ilife time curing Just such cases asyours All consultations Free I suffered 10 years with backache and kid ney trouble Tried a great many physicians without relief Dr Fenners Kidney and Back ache Cure Is the only Remedy that ever helped me and after using only two bottles I feel en tirely cured tiara no pain or ache of any kind Miss ALICE McDONALD Omaha Neb Druggists SOc II Ask for Cook BookFuel Fur Sale By Short k Haynes me llOlJlt Tocncrousiy ratmeu tne res olution But till princess would trot ale low them to send an answer to Ax pbaln until she could see n way clear to save her people In some other manner An embassy was sent to the Prince of Dnwsbcrgeu Ills domain touched Uraustark on the south and he ruled a wild turbulent class of mountaineers and herdsmen This embassy sought to secure an indorsement of the loan from Prince Gabriel sulllclent to meet the coming crisis Gabriel himself smitten by the charms of the princess at once offered himself In marriage agreeing to advance in case she ac cepted him 20000000 gavvos at a rath er high rate of Interest for fifteen years Ills love for her was so great that he would pawn the entire principality for nn answer that would make him the happiest Ulna on earth Now the trou bled princess abhorred Gabriel Of the two Lorenz was much to be preferred Gabriel flew Into a rage upon the receipt of this rebuff and openly avowed his Intention to make her suffer His Infatuation became a mania and np to the very day on which the countess told the story he persisted in his appeals to the princess In person he bad gone to her to plead his guilt on his knees groveling at her feet He went BO far as to exclaim madly in the press ence of the alarmed but relentless ob ject of his love that he would win her or turn the whole earth Into everything unpleasant So it was that the Princess of Grau stark erstwhile Miss GuggcnslncUcr was being dragged through the must unhappy affairs that ever beset a sov ereign Within n month she was he sign away twothirds of tier domain transforming multitudes of her beloved and loving people Into subjects of tit hated Axphaln or to sell hrroelf bon amtI soul to a loathsome bidder In the guise of n suitor nod with nil this con fronting her she had come to the real Izatlon of a truth so sad and distract Ing that it was breaking her tortured heart She WitS In love but with no royal prince Of this however the countess knew nothing KO Lorry hud one greatt secret to cherish alone Has she chosen the course she will pursue asked Lorry ns the countess concluditl liar story Ills face was turned away She cannot decide We have wept together over this dreadful this horn ble thing You do not know what It menus to nil of us Mr Lorry We Ilove her and there Is not out In our land who would sacrifice her to stave this territory As for Gabriel Grau stark would kill her before she should go to him Still she cannot let herself sacrifice those northern subjects when by n single act she can save them You see the princess has not forgotten that her father brought this war upon the people and she feels It her duty to pay the penalty of his error whatever the cost Is there no other to whom she can turn no other course asked Lorry There Is none who would assist us bankrupt us we are There Is a ques tion I want to ask Mr Lorry Please look at me Do not stare at the foun tain all tile time Why have you come to Edelweiss She asked the qucs then so boldly that his startled embarrassment wins an unspoken confession He calmed himself and hesitated long before answering weighing his reply She sat close beside him her clear gray eyes reading him like a book- I came to see a Miss auggenslock er he answered at last Fur what purpose There must have been an urgent cause to bring you so far You are not an American booker I hud Intended to ask her to be my wife he said knowing that secrecy was useless and seeing a faint hope You did not find Miss Guggcnslock err No I have not found her And are you going home disappoint ed Mr Lorry because she Is not hereI leave the answer to your tender ImaginationThere n long pause May I ask when you expect to leave Graustark she asked somewhat tim idlyWhy do you wish to know he asked In turn- Becubse I know how hopeless your quest has been You have found Miss Guggenslockcr but sbo Is held behind a wall so strong nnd Impregnable that you cannot reach her with the question you came to ask You have come to that wall and now you must turn back I have asked bow soon Not until your princess bids me take up my load nnd go You see my lady I love to sit beneath the shadow of the wall you describe It will require a royal edict to compel me to abandon my position You cannot expect the princess to drive you from her country you who have done so much for her You must co Mr Lorrv without bar hi4dlt M Yes for your presence outside that wall may make the imprisonment all the more unendurable for the one your love cannot reach Do you understand- me Has the oup behind the wall Instructed you to say this to meT he asked miserably She has not I do not know her heart but I am a woman and have a womans foresight If you wish to be kind and good to her go I cannot he exclaimed his pent feelings bursting forth I cannot or You will not be so selfish and so cruel as to 1 increase the horror of the wreck that fai sure to come she said drawing back You know countess of the life sav ing crews who draw from the wrecks of ships lives that were hopelessly Ibst There Is to be a wreck here Is there to be a life saver When the night Is darkest the sea wildest when hope is gone Is not that the time when rescue Is most precious Tell me you who know all there is of this approaching disaster I cannot command you to leave Edelweiss I can only tell you that you will have something to answer for If you stay said the countess Will you help me It I show to you that I can reach the wreck und save the one who clings to It despairingly he asked smiling suddenly calm and confident Willingly for I love the one who Is going down In the sea I have spoken to you seriously though nnd I trust you will nut misunderstand me I like you and I like Mr Anguish You could stay here forever so far as I am con cerned lie thought long and intently over what she had said as he smoked Ids ci gar on the great balcony that night He saw In one moment tho vast chasm between the man and the princess In the next be laughed at the puny space Down on the promenade he could tie the figures of men nnd women stroll ing In the moonlight To his ears came tie occasional laugh of a mOb the all very gurgle of a woman The royal military band was playing In the stand near the edge of the great circle There were gayety comfort charm amid security about everything that came to his eyes and ears Where was she He had seen her In the afternoon and timid talked with her had walled with her Their conversation had been bright but of the commonplace kind She hud said nothing to indicate that she re membered the hour spoilt beside hits couch a day or so before he had ut tered none of the words that struggled to rush from his lips the questions the pleadings the vows Where was she now Not In that gay crowd below for he hind scanned every figure with the hawks eye closeted again no doubt with her ministers wearying her tired brain her brave heart Into fatigue without rest Her court still trembled with the ex citeuicat of the daring attempt of the nbductors and their swift punishment Functionaries flocked to iEdelweiss to inquire after the welfare of the prin cogs and indignation was at the high lIt pitch There were theories Innu merable as to time Identity of the arch conspirator Baron IMnsloss was at sea completely He cursed himself nnd everybody else for the hasty and HI timed execution of the hirelings It was quite evident that the buzzing wonder and Intense feeling of the peo pie hind fur the moment driven out all thought of the coming day of Judg neat und its bitter atonement for all Graustnrk Today the castle was full of the nobility drawn to Its walls by the news that had startled them beyond all expression The police were at work the military trembled with rage tbo people clamored for the ap prehension of the man who had been the Instigator of this audacity Time general belief was that some brigand chief trout the south had planned the great theft for the purpose of securing a fabulous ransom Grcnfall Lorry liad ail astonishing theory in his mind and the more lie thought It over the more thinly It was imbedded The warm blue coils from the cigar wafted away into the night carrying with them n myriad of tangled thoughts ot her of Axphaln of the abductor of himself of everything A light step on the stone floor of the shadowy hale cony attracted his attention lIe turn ed his head and saw the Princess Ye the She was walking slowly toward the balustrade not aware of his pres ence There was no covering for the dark hair no wrap about the white shoulders She wore an exquisite gown of white shimmering with the reflex tions from the moon that scaled the mountain top She stood at the balus trade her hands clasping a bouquet of red roses her chin lifted her eyes gaz ing toward the mountains crest the prettiest picture ho had ever seen The strange dizziness of lore overpowered him How long he reveled in the glory of the picture he knew not for It was as If he looked from a dream At last he saw her look down upon the roses lift them slowly and drop them over the rail They fell to the ground below Ho thought he understoodthe gift of a prince despised They were not twenty feet apart lIe advanced to her side his hat in one hand his stick tlio one that felled the Viennese trembling In tho other I did not know you were here she exclaimed in half frightened amaze ment I left my ladles Inside Ho was standing beside her looking down into the eyes And I am richer because of your Ig norance he said softly I have seen a picture that shall never leave my memory never Its beauty enthralled enraptured Then I saw the drama of the roses Ah your highness the crown Is not always a mask The roses werewere of no cerise quence she faltered 1 have beard how you stand be tween tWQ suitors and that wrtcb l treaty My heart has ached to tell you how I pity you It Is not pity I need but courage Pity will not aid me in my duty Mr Lorry It stands plainly before me this duty but I have not the courage to take It up and place it about my neck forever You do not cannot love this Lo rent he asked Love him she cried itch I for get You do not know him Yet I shall doubtless be his wife There was an eternity of despair In that low steady voice You shall not I swear you shall both Oh be Iso prince I must accept the offer that means salvation to Grim stark Why do you make it harder with torture which you think Is kind ness Listen to me Next week I am to give my answer He will be here In this castle My father brought this calamity upon Graustark I must lift It from the people What has my hap piness to do wlthlt Her sudden strength silenced hint crushed him with the real awakening of helplessness lIe stool beside her looking up at the cold monastery strangely conscious that she was gaz ing toward the same dizzy height It looks so peaceful up there she said at last Rut so cold and cheerless he odd ed drearily There was another long silence In which two hearts communed through the medium of that faraway sentinel They have not discovered a clew to the chief abductor have they he asked in an effort to return to his proper sphere Boron Dangloss believes he has a clewn meager and unsatisfactory one he admits and today sent officers to Ganlook to Investigate the notions of a strange man who was there Inst week a man who styled himself the Count of Arabazon and who clammed to be of Vi enna Sonic Austrians had been hunt hugs stags and bears in the north however nod It Is possible he Is one of The jtrctticit picture he had ever seen tntm She spoke slowly her eyes stilt heat on the home of the monks Your highness I have a theory n hold ntH r rii n nrn ei htu u w i Avenue i i HOTEL I Louisville Rj3W2 r S52 r9a 52M52 i A gyt if you WJ1l Itow me lo tell ybdwhv rat1 3I oweca Qr It Lafwilt1are tllnt Is 8 Prl o Onbiel It Ia znt i that no tote is guilty taretho r A brigands ncco cd of t ll master pl ce fitI crimbx Have you UfoughUiow If 1 bArjsd 1k She looked at him instantly hereyleyl f+ I wide with comprchehsUb the t 0 i tr solution td themystery darting intoiter I mind like a nosh 4 j You began stopping as f if afraid to voice the suspicion jj- jrbat Prince Gabriel is tho mart wboV bought your and lilted Geddoa and Ostrom to carry you itf thor place where be could own you whether you would or no said But he could never have forcemc2 1 to marry bUn and I should sooner or t IM 1 +i laterihovc exposed him she whisper ed argumentatively He could not ex pect me to be silent and submit to a marriage under such circumstance lIe knows that I would denounce lihu even at the altar You do not appreciate my estimate of that gentleman What Is to become of me she nlJmost sobbed In an anguish or tear I see wowI see plainly I It was Gabriel and he would have done as roil say j A shudder ran through her figure and she tenderly whispered In her ear l v The danger Is past He can do nohmore your highness Were I positive that he is the man aud I believe he ID e I would hunt him down this nightNHer eyes closed happily gaze her hand dropped from his arm and n sweet sense of security filled her soul lam not afraid she murmured Because I am here he asked bend ing nearer Because God can bless with the same hand that punishes she answer ed enigmatically lifting her lashes again and looking into his eyes with a love at last unmasked lie gives me a than to love und denies me happiness lIe males of me a woman but he does not unmake me n princess Through you he thwarts a villain through you he crushes the More than ever I thank you for coming Into my life You and you alone guided by tho God who loves and despises me saved me from Gabriel- I only ask he begun eagerly but she You should not ask anything for I have said I cannot pay I owe to you nil I have but cannot pay the debt I shall not again forget ho mur muredTomorrow If you like I will take you over the castle and let you sec the squalor In which I exist my throne room my chapel my banquet hall my ballroom my conservatory my sepul cher You may say It is wealth but I shall call It poverty she 88ldITomorrow If you will be so kind Perhaps I may be poorer after I have saved Graustark she said I would to God I could save you from that he said I saidIlicrlaughed gayly turning n light face to his I hear your friends laugh out there In the darkness It is delightful 1r infectiousTO BE CONTINUED J INCHETER 4 NEW RIV Lii FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS Give these shells a thorough trial and you will find them to be as nearly perfect as experience ingenuity brains and equipment can make them They are made with the Winchester patent corrugated head which has made Winchester U Leader U and II Repeater Smokeless Powder Shells so popular and satisfactory Winchester FactoryLoaded II New Rival tJ Shells are thoroughly waterproof and are loaded by exact machinery with the brands of powder shot and wadding which makes them uniform and reliable Shoot Them and Youll Shoot Well r JJJL 1 I THE I Fifth I Ky PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr 52WS2 S 3 tigrowing iImeanabe guards lorryit timidly innocent Interrupted standard i The most centrally located and only firstclass hotel In the city making at1300 rate- Onlyooe block from the principal shopping district and two blocks from Ctbeb Street cars pass the door to all partshof the cityalEverything neat and cleangglBI rr r9r jr 3rh3crs of m toNNNNpt M H GABBERT tit bl of Elizabethtown Kye3DISTRICT AGENT FORrHOME INSURANCE CO NEW YORK ba THE LARGEST COflPANY IN THE WORLDAcrall This company writes FLUE LIGHTNING and TORNADO till INSURANCE giving the most liberal contract on farm andf I3utowninsPromptJ Bp HERNDON Agent Irvington Ky iq s- 1 i e Carg rIl 4I 1NFlfifIF i 9F4FIt IFtF + f M ansM ission fiE rthi Ai let fntth In TltE GOLD KKDALl T bMOdlaalti The ficlpneo of Lit or Self9r Proertatlon 1 iCe PIVtEornlnpi tut by wall sealed la pUlaptcluire u It li I trlur for KVEKY MAJfT i a Younc MI dleAd anti Old lffnte i IlpaltliJ Old are Address tic 1 + BottoaInstituteNoMiss tbt of lest sad best In thU jC k- i country ctuhiuticd In 1Mb Author and Ip TCOnautunrlhyslctan JYard Medlcsl College clue irdl COOSuI pt Utlon br letter or In perion 9 to e 11 e00dar10 to I yk Know Thrirlf Manuall Vade Mecnm X brochure FltEE sealedneioee a emu rue = I Ihodya Iud fact and It will remain to It li ai standard ai American Gold The Peabody Medical Initttutj hu tang Imltatori tint no eqnali Botton Herald gjc IFIEtE1F IEiE1EIFtFiFIE1M CHINTZ ROYATLY Practical SurveyorA- LSO Notary Public I can survey your lands write your deeds and take the acknowledge ment at your homes this saves you trouble and i costs your patronage so licit d address me at Har IIdinsburg Ky I FARMING IN THE SOUTH The Passenger Department of the Illinois Central Railroad Company U circulars concerning fruit growing vegetable ardeninKKtork raising dairying etc In the tales of Kentucky West Tennessee Miss issippi and Louisiana Every Farmer or Ilomeseokcr who will forward Ills name and i address to lire undersigned will be mailed Creo Circulars Nos I 2 34 and 5 and others as they arc published from month to month P W HARLOW D P A Louisville Ky AM- ERICASBT Editorially Fearless Consistently Republican 1 News from all of the world Well written original storiesAnswers to querisArtlc1e8 on Health the Home New Books and on Work About the Farm and Garden J 5 The Weekly Inter Ocean Is a member of the Associated Press the onlv Western Newspaper receiving the entire telegraphic newS service of the New York Sun and specie =ble of the New York Wotld daily reports from over 2000 special correspondents throughout the country YEAR ONE DOLLAR f Subscribe for Breckenrldtfo News and The Weekly Inter Ocean ona Year Both papers for 160 t A GREAT OFFER Louisville Times and Weekly CourierJour nal Six Months For Only SI1 The LOUISVILLE TIMES and WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL are making an urprecedented campaign 4 subscription offer hoth papers SIX months for 1 to separate addresses if desired As the regular price of THE Times for six months is 3 and that of the WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL 50c this offer gives fj50 worth of news papers for a dollar bill which ought to put the two papers into every home in Kentucky R la Now at Evansville a The mission boat Megiddo whioh Is on its way to Louisville has concluded I its stay at Henderson and last weed arrived at Evansville where It will probably remain three weeks The I boat carries a band of elghtyfive 1 missionaries including a brass band 7of twenty pieces and Is the most extensive l institution of the kind that was ever put afloat The religions ser vices are held on the shore in a large tent carried on the boat f Cures Blood and bkln Diseases Itching Hut murs Eczema Scrofula Etc If yon have offensive pimples or eruptions ulcers on anv part of the body aching bones or joints falling hair mucous patches swollen glands skin itches and burns sore lips 01 gums eating festering sores sharp gnawing pains then you suffer from aonoas Mood poison or the beginning of deadly cancer Yon may be per manently cured by taking Bo tanio Blood Balm B B B made es w d pecially to cure the worst blood and skin diseases It Kills the poison iIn the blood thereby giving a healthy t blood supply to the affected parts heals every sore or ulcer even deadly cancel stops all aches and pains and reduces all vfiwelllngs Botanic Bloo iBalm cures all malignant blood trou bias such as eczema scabs and scales pimples running sores carbuncles pcrbfnla etc Especially advised for all obstinate cases that have reached the second or third stage Druggists 0 1 To prove it curessample of Blood Bulm sent free and prepaid by writ 8 ig Blood Brim Co Atlanta Ga Bwcribe troop aud free medical ad Soe sent in sealed letter tt f The Breckenridge News rr WEDNESDAY JULY 22 1903 1ANOTHER BIG AFFAIR Masons to Give Second Annual Bar becue and Picnic Twentieth of Next Month Cloverport Lodge No 183 F A plonlodate will probably he about August 20 and the event will be pulled oft in all probabilityin the Skillman woods east of town The date and place however will be decided later by tile lodge and will be announced in these columns This barbecue and picnic will be the second in a series inaugurated last year by the Masons It wll be remembered that the one held last year in the Skill man woods was use of the biggest affairs of the Kind ever known In Breckenridge county Thousands of people attended from all parts of this section of the State and there were many Attractive and amnsing features which entertained the crowds and brought money Into the coffers of tue lodgeIt fis a wellknown fact that when the local Masons start out to do a thjng they do it on a large and grand scale and there is no reason why their barbecue this year shouldnt equal If not surpass that of last year Later See ad In this issue about time and place- 1eryRemarkable Cure of Diarrhoea IAbout six years ago for the first time in my life I had a sudden and severe attack of diarrhoea Bays Mrs Alice Miller of Morgan Texas I got temporary relief but it came badI again and for six long years I have suffered more misery and agony than I can tell It was worse than death My husband spent hundreds of dollars for physicians prescriptions and treatment without avail Finally we moved to Bosque county our present home and one day I happened to see an advertisement of Chamberlain Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy with a testimonial of a man who had been cured by it The case was so sim- Ilar to my own that I concluded to try the remedy The result was wonder ful I could hardly realize that I was well again or believe it could he so after laving suffered so long but that one bottle of medicine costing but a few cents cured me For sale by Short Haynes Cannery About Completed Contractor J M Lewis with a large force of carpenters has about cow pleted the canning factory The sides and the roof are practically tiuishec and the building is in shape for the installment of the machinery which will be done in time for the packing season The warehouses will be bUIlt when needed The canning factory IIs another success of Mr Lewis along the architectural line It is a model building of its kind and like all con tracts Mr Lweis has had is highly promotersThe by the farmers of this vicinity and at Tobitis port seems in good condition and if the season continues good there is little doubt but that there will be a snftici ent yield to supply the cannery this summer No False Claims The proprietors of Foleys Honey and Tar do not advertise this assure a cure for consumption They do not claim it will CUre this dread complaint in advanced cases but do positively assert that It will cnre in the earlier stages and never falls to give comfort and relief in the worst cases Foleys Honey and Tar is without doubt the greatest throat and lung remedy Refuse substitutes A R Fisher Testing Specimens of Clay Mr Louis Lament the expert cloy worker and decorator with the Murray Roofing Tile Company has been test ing specimens of clays fcund in this vicinity in the test kiln at the Patton bricu yard He has tested quite a number of clays and has found that some of them have a nigh commercial value Tne work ot converting the old Cloverport brick yard into a tile factory is being pushed every week ai much as possible by Manager Murray Some of the changes have been completed Mrs Minerva Smith Danville Ill writes I had bronchitis for twent y years and never got relief until I used Foleys Honey and Tar which is sure cureA R Fisher First Visit In Sixteen Years Mr Jas Beavin who lives abon nineteen miles from Memphis Tenn is visiting his father F W Beavin near town Mr Beavin has a positioin as railroad agent in Tennessee and thl is his first visit back to Cloverport 1 the ir past sixteen years The Best Prescription for Malaria Chills uud Fever Is a KiUieotQrovef Tcitc lets Chill TonlCrIt Is simply Iron and Qui nine In a form No Cure No Fa1v Price Me Air Payne Buys An Interest F P Payne has bought an Interesl in the hardware stock of S P Conrad Co and the name of the firm wil now be Conrad Payne Co hardwurdhaving been a old firm of Co that did a bi business here before the fire of 10U1 The firm of which he is now a mem ber which recently purchased th mammoth stock of H A Oelze Son will conduct the largest business of th kind ever known in Breckenrdge coun ty OA81OnXABun theIto KM You Haw Always Bontf Signature 1II1Por A woman wornout who never has to lift a hand for herself who does not know tl e meaning of the word worry I How can it be possible That it is possible is proved by the experience of many a woman who because of sleeplessness nervousness backache and other wom anly ills becomes an utter physical wreckDr Pierces Favorite Prescription gives new life and new strength to weak worn out rundown women It establishes regularity dries unhealthy drains heals inflammation and ulceration and cures female weakness It makes weak women strongand sick women well I suffered for five yean with Inflammation which caused violent pain and often torture w bad at times that I could not be about to attend to my dally duties writes Mu TuHiw C Dell of Dathroad Kingston OntoUTe was simply misery to me and I did not know which way to turn for relief Had trIed doctors but found they did not help me My druggist advised me to try Dr Pkrce Favorite Prescription eulo gtzlng It In glowing terms I decided to give It a trial and brought a bottle home I mm happy to say that after the use of the first bottle I felt to much Improved I decided to take another and after that a third bottle I have good reasons to toe pleated for I am today a well woman work Is easy and the world looks bright I have per feet health thanks to your medicine Sick women are Invited to consult Dr Pierce by letter fret Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y Favorite Prescription makes weak women strong sick women well Ac cept no substitute for the medicine which works wonders for weak women Dr Pierces Pleasant Pejlets should be used with Favorite Prescription when ever a laxative is required Boatner and Schlltzbaum Again Route Agent C J Abbott of the American Express Company was iii the city yesterday for the purpose of CommonwealthsAttorney the Buatner and Schlltzbaum case which will be called at Ohio county court the first week in August There yet remains an indictment against each of the men Schlitzlmutn Is charged with embezzlement and Boat ner IS charged with receiving stolen fundsIt more than likely that the commonwealth will move for a continu ance on account of the absence of several important witnesses A num her of its witnesses will be on vaca tions during the month of August 3esterdayThursdaysger Cures Kidney and Bladder Troubles Deep Seated Cases Aching Back Mucous Discharges Etc For old obstinate deepseated Kid ney Bladder and Urinary diseases Specificback swollen legs or abdomen dis charges from the uretha neuralgia of the bladder burning sensation or diffi frequentdesireof the urine Catarrh of the bladder dlsagreeablodQcolored your kidneys and bladder are Specificdisappeardischrgesappear The burning sensation stops guaranteedBotanic gives strength power and health to the kidneys Acts directly on the uric acid and dissolves and destroys it Plea nt to the taste Especially advised for chronic cases that resist all other treatment 1 per large bottle at my store or by express Call or write A R Fisher Cloverort Ky State SundaySchool Convention The Thirtyeighth Annual Conven tion of tne Kentucky Snndayschoo Association meets at Lexington Au gust 18 10 20 An exceedingly strong and attractive program has beer ar ranged Prof E O Excel of Chi cago the great composer whose songs are sung and loved nil over the world and who Is today the most renowned leader of sacred music in the world worthsthe trip to near and Know him Mr W C Pearce of Chicago unw of the bestknown and bestloved Sunday school workers of America will be on the program at each session He comes to represent the International Work having recently been chosen an officer of that Association He is an attrac nIconsecrated Christian Mrs Mary Foster Bryner another International worker of worldwide fame will be with us It is her first visit to Kentucky and a treat Is in store for ourt workers Besides these the very finest speakers of the State will be on the program delesgate for each one hundred or fraction thereof each county to ten delegates at large all ministers being exofflcu delegates One fare plus 35 cents for the round trip has been granted by alll railroads in the State Delegates will be entertained free upon enrollment and the payment of one dollar to the Entertainment Committee Credentials must be secured from your County President or Secretary Names should be sent in not later than August 15tb to tbe chairman of the I entertainment committee Mr O E Hannah Lexington For full infor e mellon and program address E A I Fox General Secretary Room 10 Lou g isville Trust BuildingLonlavllle Ky Cholera Infantum o This has long been regarded as onE of the most dangerous and fatal dieo eases to which infants are subject Itt can be cured however when properl treated All that is necessary i to give Chamberlains Colic Choler and Diarrhoea Remedy and castor oil I as directed with each bottle and n cure is certain For sale by Short Haynes CLOVERPORT BOYS LUCK Chas H UHeUt Wins Free Trip to Worlds Fair In GUeSs ing Contest The following clipping from a Jeffersonville Ind paper will be of local interest as Jlr LaHeist Is a former Cloverport boy The Jefferflonville Athletic ClUb hud 820 people on their excursion Tuesday night and in point of excellence it surpassed anything yet given by them A swell crowd was the general verdict and a swell time was had MllltaryBand danolngThethe service was as brilliant ae scone of electric lights could more it and enjoyment was unrestrained Miss A J Hilbert of this city and Mr Charles LaHeist of New Albany were the winuers of the tickets over the B fc 0 a W road to St Louis Miss Gilbert guessed there would be 3W people on the trip and Mr LaHelst 325 Each missed the exact number by d The members of the club have cause to be satisfied with the eveiiniKs entertainment they furnished Special Summer Rates RyFor MinneapolisDuluth Lake GogebicLake Geneva Madison Marquette Lake Mills Green Lake Lake Minnetmika and other summer resorts of Wisconsin Nothern Michi gan and Minnesota Yellowstone Na tional Park Oregon Washington and Alaska Descriptive phamplets Colo rado California and Hints to Tourists giving detailed Informu tion mailed upon application to W B Knisltern P TAli Chicago ill I have practiced medicine for HO years and have consulted the leading physicians in this country in regard to a remedy for Dyspepsia but have never been able to find anything that would effect a cure until I nsed Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I have suffered yearsCouldtoast for mouths but since I used Ko dol I can eat anything sad feel that my health is better than Iit ever was in my life and I know that it will cure any case of Dyspepsia if taken as BigHillThings to Impress 1 That a man is strong when he is conscious of the rectitude of hmotives and his life and the purify of his record 2 That moral courage wins the respect of all 3 That he is most true too the Jewish faith who IB most loyal to Jesus Christ 4 That a conscience at peace through Jesus Christ is the greatest blessing 5 That one who opposes the truth will have an uncomfortable time 0 That the true man is the real Judge and the baseman the criminal even though he has a lofty position 7 That when once the soul fairly sees its need of a Savlonrit has reach ed its supreme oriels You Know What You Are Taking When you take drove Tasteless Chill Ton- Ic beeuiiM the formula U plainly printed on every bottle showing that It Is simply Iron and Quinine In u tasteless form No Cure N Pry 50c Pleasant House Party Misses Tana Hambleton and Marion Bowmer and Messrs U T Skllluiau las B Fisher E E Gregory and Dan Duncan formed a pleasant house party at the hospitable home of the Misses Wheeler Hardin Grove Ind last Wednesday evening The party went up the Ohio on Mr Skilhnans gasoline launch Margarite Wed earlyThursdayper was served by the Misses Wheeler and all enjoyed a pleasant evening No Pity Shown For years fate was after me con tinuously writes A Guledge Ver bena Ala I had a terrible ease of Piles musing 24 tumors Whoa all failed Bncklens ArniE+ Salve cured me Equally good for Burns and I all aches and pains Only 25o at Short Haynes Drug Store Painting More Residences Contractor S H McCrackens force of painters are at work on the resI- dences of John OBrien Pat Masterson pBrionhasI residence Mr McCracken has a large number of contracts ahead Short Haynes Will Buy It Back buyChamberlaln8Diarrhoea Remedy Short Haynes will refund your money If are not satisfied after using it ItIs everywhere admitted to be the most suc cessful remedy in use for bowel complaints and the only one that never fails It Is pleasantaafe and reliable Notes of the Rail S ii Pate of Owensboro has a position in the blacksmith department at the shops The painters are giving the parlor car Cambridge No 40 a thorough cleaning and fresh coatof paint No againboutThe pile driver used on the Hen derson Route has teen givenI a thor ough overhauling at the shops The samesmachinery is used The overhauling piledriverThe machinery for the new coaling station at Irvington tins been set up 3 Jim Dumps asserted II Too much meat In summer causes too much heat What shall we eat all summer long That without meat shall keep us strong And In the best of summer trim 1 f t Why I Force of course laughed II Sunny I JisIrWForc l ElThe RoadjtoStrre Cereal the strength of meat without the heat Excludes Chop sad SteJu S I Force Is a regular breakfast food in my family to the exclusion ot steaks or chops the old standard Adumoia W12- I OUR BRANDS r s SILVER CROWN Second Patent OUR BEST First Pate- ntFAMILY xxx CUSO rI GRINDING L D ADDISON ADDISON XY NsNN N fSNliN tleiltD NN First State Bank IRVINGTON KY W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP Vice President II H KRMPISR Cashier Accounts of Corporations Finns andlndividtwls solicited Interest Paid on Time Deposits Ni HtNM1Nl MtiNN ii N NNiHNN f N N Bank of Hardinsburg B F BEARD President AI II BEARD Cashier DIRECTORS RM JOLLY G W BEARD MORRIS ESKRIDGE Insured against loss by fire or burglary Interest paid on time deposits The Central Trust CoOWENSBORO KY DIRECTORS- R S HUGHES Pres LAWSONRENO VPreBJG TiIERR Sec Treas- A J BRODIB J S H KIGEL F T GUNTHER W H PURGUSON R A HAGAN C L MOREHEAD We pay Interest on Time Deposits 5 per cent 12 Months 4 per cent 6 Months Wo loan this money on real estate only There is not an instance in the United States whore a Trust Estate CompanyWe Trust Cow puny Business and the business is in the hands of experienced officers and are fully equipped in every way having the strongest Fire and Burglar proof vaults und boxes in the city The Breckinridge Bank Cloverport Ky Capital Stock 45100 Surplus 10000 Incorporated Organized lu1872 W H BOWMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier DR F L LIGHTFOOT VPres CHAS B SKILLMAN Asst Cashiet Accounts of Firms Individuals and Corporations solicited Any business entrusted to us will receiverronlPl and careful attention Storage place for packages in our our custom ers free NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS Interest paid on time deposits tT vv S- Yvvi I BREGKENRIDGE NEWS r JNO D and V Q BAR BAOE Editors cad Proprietors Issued Every Wednesday Bun Price 100 a year or i25 if paid at the end of year OABDH OF TIIANKS over five lines charged or ftt the rate of 10 rent per line OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of r eats per line Money In advance WEDNESDAY JULY 22 1003 I EIGHT PAGES Try our want ads They help others and will help you This community is in deep sympa thy with Mr Harry Hills in the death of his estimable wife which came so suddenly last bnnday morning Farmers out on the Branch are taK ing things easy since the rain They are laying in the shade listening to the growing of their corn and tobacco When the Breckenridge delegation divided their vote in the race for temporary chairman It was the sur prise of the convention It was bad treatment of an honored citizen and reading Republican and besides it was bad politics The Hon Chas Blan ford deserved better of his home peo pieThe Republicans have put out a good strong ticket with Col Morris Belknap at its head Its a business mans ticket made up of some of the best men in the state They are known for their Integrityfair minded ness broadness of character and progressive ideas in business and in polities Whether the people in Kentucky want a business mans administration at Frankfort remains to be seen The latest amusement in Kansas is the progressive peanut party which sounds harmless Only women play the game for it is too great a nervous strain for a man A dishtul of peanuts is placed on a table and four women armed with hatplns take Beats around it and at a signal begin to jab into the peanuts with the hat pins It is a foul to touch a peanut with the hands and the two sticking the most peanuts on tin hatpin win and progress to the next table Wherever Americans have free and unchecked control down goes the death rate It was reduced exten Bivelf in Porto Rico and in Cuba It is going down in the Philippines And Uncle Sam abhors filthdecayshiftleBS ness and pestilence When he takes hold anywhere be enlists the services of indefatigable doctors and sanitari ans adopts improved systems of sew erage and drainage and performs wonders I Republicans of BreoKenridge are fairly enthusiastic over tho tickettt nominated at Louisville Two thirds of them fell down on their man and came home a little disfigured but in I time this will wear off and they will rally to its support The trouole with the Republicans in this county is they are without a leader they are not organized they are fighting each other they are afraid of each other and are clamoring for position and managementUntil overcometheythe days of Owen Cunningham theII ifjUJCi t be the disturbing element t In speaking of a button factory for thistown does the avenge citi zen ever think of how many buttons are used in this great country of ours It is estimated that before retiring every night the people of this country alone unbutton over seven hundred million buttons and in the morning rebutton the same number nnless a few million have been lost in the struggle An average musselshell makes from four to eight buttons of ordinary size BO it can be readily seen what goes with the shellsI THE RIM rBRY FI WOMdV How brave Is a woman That depends on circumstances It is a womans nature to be afraid of little things She screams when a mouse run over her feet Fear clutches her heart when she is alone at night Almost every woman will say Im a terrible coward to That is only true to a very limited extent When the time for bravery corned the grandness of a womans unselfish courage Is apparent Ana when love nerves heart and hand you have a force to move the world Dr and Mrs William H Logan left their good nome in Bethany 111 at the call of duty and went to China as missionaries Mr Logan became very ill with appendicitis It wad 800 miles to the nearest loc torHe told Mrs Logan tnat his only chance for life lay in an operationand asked her to carefully listen to his instructions and perform it Can you imagine a position more tragic And her unskilled hand might slay the man she lovedI She listened to DrLogan She pray ed too then gave him an anesthetic and successfully removed his appendix After that came loving care and tender treatment until he had ralli ed sufficiently to be moved when Mrs Logan took him 800 miles by wagon and rail to a physician who complete the treatment Are women brave Mrs William H Logan has answer ed the question Florence Nightingale never did a more heroic act than was performed by the missionary woman hundreds of stiles from civilization Cincinnati Post Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J Cenney Co Toledo O- We the undersigned have known F T Chenney for the last 15 years and believet him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm DrugglstaToledorin Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter lally acting directly upon the blood systemTestimonials DruggistsHalls Eight Teachers Take Examination Hardinsbnrg Ky July 21Spe vialEight teachers took the examination here lust Friday and Saturday which was conducted by Supt Joel H Pile assisted by Miss Mary J Mat ingly and Tom J Moore Mr Leon and Oelze of Cloverport was among the number Laxative Bromo Ouulille Cures a Cold lnOneDoy 2Days- d I7t OB every ter CQ ibolt 2 c- Are Generally Well Pleased 21SpecialThe eveningThey preparingtoIt Frankfort in December next he feature of the big convention was ov Bradleys great speech which set bti convention wild for more than blrty minutes 0 a Disease takes no summer vacationIf need flesh and strength tls- eScotts Emulsion summer as in winter Send for free sample SCOTT fr BOWNE ChemUt 409415 Fearl Street New York jocmdfioot an dtnrg- iatsHARDINSBURG Mrs Sue Cox Is visiting her sister at Alexis 111 Mr and Mrs J H Pile have returned home from Estill Springs Barney Tucker of Mook was in town last Monday on legal business Miss Donald Murray of Cloverport is the guest of Miss Evelyn Beard WFHook and Henry Moorman spent several days in Louisville last week Franklin Kinoheloe spent Sunday at Union Star the great of friends Mr Emily MoAteer and Dr Jno E Kincheloe are at the Tar Springs too day Miss Elizabeth Hock of Padncah is the charming guest of Miss Nellie HookMiss Reynolds of Omaha Neb is visiting Mr and Mrs Marcus L Kin cneloe Misses Mattie and Bulah Hook are visiting relatives and friends in Louisville Miss Minnie Murray is visiting her cousin Miss Alliene Murray at Cloverport Mr and Mrs J R Gore who have been visiting relatives at Hodgenville returned home Sunday Godfrey Haswell spent last Sunday at Stephensport the guest of Mr and Mrs G W McCubblns The Rev W F Hogard preached at the morning service at the M E church South last Sunday Barrel Beard of Owensboro who has been visiting relatives here returned home last Saturday Mrs Robert Board and children of Lane City Texas are visiting Judge and Mrs Milton Board Quite a timber of Hardinsbnrg folks attended Childrens Jay exercises at the M E church at West Yeiw last Sunday Dr Tom Gardiner of Madisonville who has been visiting his mother Mrs R G Gardiner returned to his home lust Saturday The Rev W F Hogard Is conduct lag a protracted meeting at Mt Zion church near lYeetView whichl is resulting in much good Misses Margsrot and Roberta Brodie entertained last Wedneaday even ing in honor of Misses Emily MoAteer and Neta Beardof oulsviUt G T McClanahan of Cloverport and J T Featberston of Louisville officials of the Cumberland Telephone system were in town last Monday Misses Ella Smith of Cloverport and Cecil Foot of Owenfiboro passed through here Sunday en route to Ir vington where they will be the guests of friends Night Was tier Terror nightlongof Alexandria Ind and could ooD8umption spitbloodfailed three 100 bottles of Dr Kings New Discovery wholly cured me and I gained 88 pounds It is CoughsColdsall throat and Lumrl troubles Price r0c and flOO Trial bottle free Short Haynes drug store FirstClass Meats For Picnics Wo are prepared to fur nish meats for such occasions We make a feature of this business during the season and can supply every kind of meat neededdo it quick do it right and do it cheap No matter how largo or small the party may be we can furnish the meat to perfect ion Just let us know by phono or lett- erFred MayC- ity Meat Marke- tCLOVERPORT KY LOGAN COLLEGE FOR YOUNG LADIES RUSSELLVILLE KY Fall Term Opens Wednesday September 10th 1903 A boarding school for girls exclusively For Six Years of successful work A practical education obtained under the very best home and religious Influence Thorough and extensive courses In Language Literature Science Mathematics Music Art Elecutlon and Physical Culture Faculty composed of highly educated Christian women each one a specialist In her depart ment Campus largo und beautiful Building u massive brick comfortable well furnished supplied with bath room und electric lights Rates exceedingly low for the excellent anvuntagci and comforts uttered Those Interested are rwiucftttd to write for a copy of our beautiful catalogue Address the President B E ATKINS Yyrr rirtanrrrfirkrr opPIN THIS SEASON OF WEDDINGS Cutj 5i II o jjforxx be forwarded at once Mail orders my specialty = YXW B OELZE Jewelry and Music Store g x The Great Mail Order louse CLOVERPORT KY I VW44WV4W4W itJAAAStAJAA ARIIAAARA71itAA71k A Akt =tlWMWt Iit iLl R 10 to SI YJ PS iAi rt Is 1yOU Hf I f LIKE IT i A new comedy played on Kentucky soil 1by thousands of characters at the Seven Hills Joi Chautauqua Assembly each year It Is as full i IjoymentI Ii 7 Hills ChautauquaII i Owensboro Ky I AUGUST 6 TO 20i 1 Jt provides an all star bill of wondrous enter i iiII IIIj I I3Rx j i General Superintendent OWENSBORO KY x for free bookletII MWttiftwiMfcWiraAfcfettftrart okkARAaAA51A71AA1171AAilAililitit Cf r = Music at lOc perGPY i I popularmusicVirrfree market 1 will be glad to send a nice piece of music I to every one sending for catalogue of music or music instruments X State if you wish waltz or rag time piece These pieces lire good and sure to please They are FREE W Ba OELZE vjt t Jewelry and Music Store jfl I The Great Mailorder House K i l ijCloverport Kentucky hmr r r = = 3r3r r r 9a h = Position For The lady of the house When she has to APOLOGIZE for tough bread or pastry Thb woman who use- sCADICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR for her baking has no apologies to offer But generally receives con pastryYour grocer sells Cdicks Gold Dust Flour 0 H Mado where quality First Last and always is our Consideration Cc dick Milling CoGRANDVIEW IND rk I uuuAUUUUUUAUUA u t V T T T T TTT uu A TTTTTTTTTTyTT A A vu aB= 0 Second Annual Masons Barbecue 11- 20thI s AUG 1903 I 1 j l1I III IN SKILLMANS GROVEI 1 CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY = rr r TTTTTTYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT1 TTTTYYyyy TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTtt1TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYYYTYYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT TTYYYYTTTTTTYTTTTTTTTYTTTTY 3 A rbtfItWf i mm M J 4Tufls1 Pills L r r t r aiaaydry1whatever he MIll They prevent SICK HEADACHE cause thetoot to assimilate and noun ish the body give keen appetite DEVELOP FLESH and BelU muscle Elegantly sugar e coatedrTake No Substitutett The Breckenridge News l tjWEDNESDAY JULY 22 1003 pj t Cosmopolitan 6 oJ D Babbage Fresh cakes and bananas this week 7Wm Le heJt tfDr Lon Nevitt of Brandenburg was in the city Thursday t IKentncky Derby coffee with spoon 21bs for 25o1Vm Leslie ir Miss Donald Murray went to Ear i dineburg Friday to visit friends RMI88Joslf Cornish of Henderson is the guest of Mrs Chas Bohler Capt Nat Ahl of Moweqnn 111 was here last week visiting relatives Miss May Zirckel of Louisville has been the guest of Mrs lite Meyer came up from HendersonWednesday to visit friends Lightfoott t footHills Priest of Louisville was the guest of his uncle Harry Hills last yweek visitingMrsSpring IX Mrs A R Taylor of StLoulllMo- w was the guest of Mrs Mary J Miller test week Allen Pierce came down from f Louisville Wednesday to be at home two Weeks hIjMrsR N Hudson and daughter Virginia are spending several weeks VtBt Old Point Comfort VaI vJ Little For Sale notices inserted in our want and For Sale column Will surely find you u purchaser 1 L H Bosley of Chenanlt and Prof A L Dntcher of Chicago Ill I ness were in the city last week on busi Dick Whitehouses friends are glad Vii againHe Jr valescing Mr W H Boling of Patesvllle was in town Monday He reports a fine rain and a splendid corn crop in his section 4 millinerIreturn o this city in time for the fall season Jesse Weatherholt and Mrs John A y Morris Gregory came up from Owens brim Sunday to se their mother Mrs I Rachel Weatherholt 1 will be in Hardlnsburg July 24 and 25 Friday and Saturday nnd Have special inducements to offer you In photo taking Wm Mattingly iMr und Mrs Ben F Bates nee Miss Josie Thornsberry of Branden burg who were married July 0 were In the city last week visiting friends Dont let the weeds grow in front of your residence Just a little work every morning with a sharp hoe soon them Its mighty h good exercise too 9 Mrs Geo Wpatherholt and dangh ters Miesea Cleona and Stella and lit tie niece LouIsa Bell Weatherholt- have been visiting Capt and Mrs Marion Ryan of Louisville Squire John W Jarrett of Dallas Texas wntes that his son Grover 0 who has been quite ill with typhoid fover for two months Is r- et covering slowly Says wife and 1 are enjoying line health Mrs Jonas Lyons left last Saturday accompaniedby her son Hubert for Martinsvllle Ind Hubert has been suffering with rheumatism for several months and she takes him with the hope of his speedy cure Hubert is a bright cheer ful little fellow and everybody who knows him feels for him in his 1k r 1r great affliction II IBlI alwaysLesliesLesliesGervas Stites of Louisville was here Sunday Fresh Saratoga chips lOo Try them Weisenberg Noble Born To the wife of Otto Robinson Louisville July 7 a fine girl Womans Home Companion 5c SI former price IOaJ D Babbage- MlfIS Annie Hambleton went to III Henderson Monday to visit friends If you would have a tit use But terlcb patterns J D iJabbage a ent I Jas B Pace Jr and Westroot Sanders went to Louisville Wednesday v 11tbeCarl Overton visited friends InaHawesville and CanneUon last weekJ Mrs Thomas of Leitchneld is visiting her motner Mrs Silas flea tonIn P D Plank returned Wednesday from Iowa where he went to take his 1famUyMiss Inls Gregory of Louisville is the guest of Mr and Mrs Jake IMorrison Miss Emeline Lewis has been the guest of Miss Katherine Lewis at OwensboroByrne returned Wednesday from a visit of several days to Daw son Springs a House paint 75c gal See S H McCraoken the contracting painter Telephone 413 Mrs Eugene Goff returned last week from a visit to Mrs W D Watrestt of Owensboro A few Misses slippers at 50c per pair Sizes 11 12 1 and 2 Good stock Babbage Son Eugene Haynes made a short visit 1 Saturday to Short Haynes farm near Basin Springs The Bell at StRomnalds church was tolled upon receipt of the news of the death of the Pope Charlie Merritt and two children of Stephensport were visiting Jane MU- ter and family Sunday Miss Allie Witt entertained theII young folks at her home on Louisville street Monday evening Mrs Jake Morrison and son Ed were the guests of Harry Morrison I in Louisville last wee c Miss Anna Dntsohke and Mesdames Clint Lucas and Ida Nottingham of Holt were In the city last week Mrs John Smith who has ueen visit ing Mrs Eh Rim Collins for several days returned to Fordsvilie SundayI Mrs H L Stader and Mrs Chas Hall and little son David Owen visited friends in Hardinsbnrg Fri dayBert belonglug pany Proctor Keith went to West Point Saturday to and I spent Sunday Ynizabethtown with relatives i Mr and Mrs Sanford Geary and baby of Owensboro who were the guests of Mrs Chas Bohler returned home Sunday Miss Ethel Oelze went to George town Ky Wednesday to attend the Southern Baptist Convention and visit friends Bert Beavin who stands ahead of the list of painters makes house paint quotefiguresGeo Kircher the prompt and ao commodatlng young butcher with J F May made a visit to his parents In Louisville last week Clinton J Cox of Ekron was in town Monday on business He has been spending several days with his brother S DCox at Stephensport Miss Hnllie Moorman of Glen denne who has been the guest of rel atives here left for her home Fri day She was accompanied by Miss Ray Heyser who will be her guest several days IrvingtonwasGibson Sunday The latter is still confined to is home but Is able to walk about the house He thinks he will be fully recovered in two or three weeks TTYYYJ rYYYYYYYYYYT PUCk tcJ D Babbage t Try one of our lunches Wilson Bishop t Ladles Home Journal IJoJ D abbage Harpers Bazar 5cJ D Babbnge Pearsons 5cJ D Baobuge Mrs J D Gregory is spending two II reeks in Evansville with relatives Everybodys magazine for good immer reading lOaJ D Babbage Most everyone thinks Judson Combs j s a good shaver Try him and you will We keep all kinds of cold drinks Iny one and be cool Wilson Bishop i Miss Bessie Simpson of NiCholls llle Ky is the guest of Miss luth Haynes McClnres Evervbodys Munseys 1 nd Prank Leslies magazines 6c D Babbage Miss Amy E Pate leaves this wbekII weeks with speno several t Bewleyvllle Miss Cornelia Ditto of Branden nrg is the guest of Miss Addle I Louise Babbajje I Lewis Jolly and Edwin Foote of rvington were the gnests of Wallace iabbage Sunday Miss Jennie Warfield of Louisville was the guest of her sister Mrs Frank Fralzelast week Raymond Pate has resigned his position with the News and now has position with FT Heyser A few pieces of nil wool carpet tillable for rugs in yard lengths 5c while thev lastBabbage Son Bntterick patterns are the best It akes only 3 doe for us to get you one Order them from usJ D Jabbage Are you grasping the opportunity ve give you to supply yourself with 10 and 15o magazines for roJ D abbage FOLEnIlONEYANDTAR Cures Colds Prevents Pneumonia HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES National Encampcment 0 A R San Francisco August 1722 1903 For this occasion rate of f3r0 for round trip Cloverport to Sanfranclsco and return will be made Tickets to- be sold July U1st to August 111 incln ive Also on morning trains of August 14th Good retnrnng Octlfi sea Shore Excursions Atlantic City Ocean City Sea Isle City Avalon Anglese Wildwood Holly Beach Cape May b J Ocean City ild and Rehoboth Del For this occa lion rate of 1725 for round trip Cloverport to above points and return will be made July HO Aug 0 and Aug 13 Return limit 12 daysinoludlng date of sale Old Point Comfort Excursion For these excursions rate of 11550 for round trip Cloverport to Old Point comfort and return will be n ado Tickets to be sold for morning trains July 15 and Anir 18 good returning Hi days Including date of sale Free reclining car chair on train leaving Cloverport at 040 a m August Jtn for use of Seashore passengers XCUKSIONI EXCURSION I EXCURSIONI- St Louis and Return Friday July it 1903 For this excursion rate of 000 for round tripCloverport to St Louis do and return will be made Tickets will be soold for train leaving Clover prot at 1045 p n only Limited to return up to and including last train from St Louis of following Sunday ulght August 2nd Kentucky State SundaySchool Convention Lexington KyAufiiit 1820 1903 For this occasion rate of 1485 for the round trip Cloverport to Lexing ton and return will be made Tickets to be sold Aug 17th and 18th Final return limit Aug 21 Cheap rate excursions to Niagara Falls and return on August 4 fl 11 and 14 Apply at ticket office for in formation Stops the Cough and Works off the Cold Laxative Bromo Quinine Tabletsl cure a cold Inoccday No Cure Mo Par Price Z5c jrYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY T AN OLDFASHIONED BARBECUE II- T There will bo an oldfashioned barbecue ut tho 1 TAR SPRINGS SATURDAY AUG aft15 03 An oldfashionedi barbecue is somethingeverybody advertises but few see it it is adver I tised Wo propose to live up to our advertisement and give the people something good in return i ifor their money Wo have employed one of tho best cooks in the county to prepare our meats = r will be served Itt the best of order and cooked to tho Kings taste J BEEF MUTTON PIES AND CAKES VEGETABLES OF ALL KINDS lwillbe found on our tablosnU served for the low p ice bf 25 cents I Besides a splendid dinner there will bo all kinds of refrcghmcjits v A splendid band of music and a fine dancing floor for those who wish to trip the light fantastic This barbecue will ho one of the best ever given at this famous resort No expense will bo pleasantdayt The best of order will ho maintained No intoxicating drinks allowed on the grounds Tho ricandidates are all invited land will bo present Proprietorstommnmrrrrrrmrrrrr mrtvmmrrmrrrrm frrrrrrrm- J T TTTTT T wf LI1S5L rt I WantsNOTICE The merchandise account of A1 Katz TUB FAIII are pluccd In my Lauds for coi cllon Debtors to same wlP please call on U L NEWSOM WANTED TIMURR MEN l PUIrvulyW tlltJ him ut Spring July S5 Hope to lift twenty good stave makers C W loa vin Sablno Miss WARNING mormy forbid anybody from employing him or responslloigton Ky TCOOK WANTED anted cook Good wages Apply at Now office roil SALE pan CALK House Apply or write to A LullKlST Cloverpurt Ky rOB SALE Dtrr401oulsviiloorcommon polnts Address t C IIIICR Cloverport hy FOR SALE FOR HALK A Rood sound Germ mare Ap ut Cloverport Postoffice u WANTED t A f CTImt ore clean and largo 3c per Jpounil will be paid for them dolly end at this office Jno D llabbaKe FOR SALE 3RINTIXU IremcM und Cutting machines rund one lot of Rood Laundry machines Also new nod second hand One and Gasoline JiiBlnesMAHTIN GABLE 510 3rd Street Louisville Ky MONEY TO LOAN IKE Insurance 1olloles bought for dish or toured on nt low ruIns Call on or write 0INO I 11AHWELL Ji Attorney at law UurdlnshurKt Ky h you 4i- FURSALEAlotcontainingone and olle dwelling house business house large burn and other iutlmllillnts Rood well old cistern and TobinsportIndMISS ETHEL TATE Tolilnsport Ind n Berkshire and B Pt Rocks FOR SALE Large English Ilerkslilro plugs and Barred IMymoutli Hock Chickens lien Holt 00747 430 Ibs sis H yenrlllllt lit bead of herd Eggs In season Also Choice Whltl Seed Corn JOHN I1 FOSTER No Creek OhloCo Kv Electric Light Franchise- To Whom It May Concern Tho City Council of the City of Cloverport will ut the Expiration of thirty days offer for Salo to the highest and best fmlder a fran lightdantfortlrepurtosviflights tol the city of Cloverport and citizens thereof The Council reserves the right of rejecting any and all bids L T Held Mayor It L Oelze Clerk Clovorport Ky June 2411103 lNNNONNNNNNorF SETTERSiiFIVE BIRD PUPPIES TWO MONTHS OLD ii- I have i fullblooded register ed bird puppies 1 male and females I will sell at fiOO each 4iiFor other information address D H BABBAGE iCLOVERPORT KY i NNNNNNN Ni N N O PRESIDENTROOSEVELT SA YSc == The Yellowstone Park is something absolutely unique in this world as far as I know No where else in any civil izcd country is there to be found such a tract ofveritableuouderland that is mule accessible to all visitors where at the same time not only the scenery of the roil derness but the wild creatures of the park are scrupulously served The popular route to Yellowstone National Park is via the Union Pacificto Mouida Mont thence daily splendid Concord Coaches take the visitor to all points in the park VERY LOW RATES during July and August Pull Information cheerfully furnished on application t- oW H CONNOR G A S3 EAST FOURTH ST CINCINNATI OHIO SundaySchool Convention The District Sundayschool ConVen- tion for the Cloverport District will be held at Holts ChapelI the first Sun day in August beginning at 3 oclocl p m The Sundayschools is in the district are requested to elect delegates and send in their reports A full program of the meeting will be published InterV G Babbage Pres John Burn Secy GeoWolf ADVERTISE I J Gentlemen we call attention to our nice line of SHIRTS Suspenders Socks Underwear Collars Neckties HandkerchiefsIn HaberdasheryJ BRO MASONIC TEMPL- ECLOVERPORT KY w SSS PUMP NEWS 1 of of to in I a i to no C our column dllflna tole eeet e 111 Now is the time to buy pumps when you have con stant use for them Our Myers Pumps we advise you to buy that is if you want a good pump Our Myers pumps are al ways good They are made of the best material and scientifically constructed thereby insuring easy pumping and durability The latest improvements a ic n the Myers pumps Consult us before buying a pump Hose Goods and Supplies We have a full line of hose goods for garden fire and mill Factory and mill supplies in stock Every thing for threshing mach ine repairs also in stock 1 Star Roller Mills CLOVERPORT KY PICTURESS have just received lot now piituren ninny diiF oriiit subjects These are just the proper things UM decorating your homo Get the pictures without glass They arc cheap light neat laid time hest art goods for your homos keep nico lot of small picture frames that are especially neat for mat pictures Cull and inspect this line These pictures are bo found at other place fn the coon- tyw B OELZE Jewelry ekni Music Store The Great Mail order House overport Kentucky Try want for your wantsF0LmIONETAIcDTAR pe MSN cc n Mr and Mrs R E UhiKcock and their bright little buoy came down from Louisville Saturday to visit relatives near McDanlels Mr Glass cook ba8a nice position with the Louisville Railway Company Y a A r ifr r drrl i J 1 MISSOURI PACIFIC = = RAILWAYOR IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTEF- ROM St Louis and Memphis Affords tourist prospector or homeseoker best service FASTEST SCHEDULE TO ALL POINS IN Missouri Nebraska Kansas Oklahoma and OrelfonCaliforniaand New Jlexlco Arizona Pullman Sleepers Free Kollnlna chair cars descriptiveliterature II C TOWNSEND O P and T A ST Louis Mo R TO MATTIIEWS T P A- LOUISVILLE KY FRISCO SYSTEM WILL HAVE ON SALE AT St Louis and Memphis CHEAP ONEWAY and ROUND TRIP Homeseekers Rates First and Third Tuesdays of each Month TO ARKANSAS MISSOURI KAN SAS OKLAHOMA TERRITORY INDIAN TERRITORY AND TEXAS For Rules and Information address II I McQUISE W R POWE Tr Puss Agent General Agent CINCINNATI 01110 REDUCED RATES TO THE GREAT SOUTHWEST On the first and third Tuesdays of each month special houieseckers and colonist rates are effective from St Louis and Kansas City to points in Mis souri Arkansas Oklahoma Indian Ter ritory and Texas via the For roundtrip tickets the rate is one fare plus two dollars and for single trip tickets onehalf fare plus two dollars M1tN11ttttxtttleclistkSiltfAR9t71tt1t711t1t1 ICOLOIST RATES VIA THE I One half rate plus two dollars from Saint Louis Kansas City and Mem is phis to points i- nMISSOURII 2 ARKANSAS 2 I INDIAN TERRITORY 2 OKLAHOMAE 2 LOUISIANA 3 = 2thirdatI information furnished upon applica2I = xCompany j j t I j w PASSENGER TRAFFIC DEPARTMENT I n Frisco System sa I Saint 4Louis x i MMIt1t16NEri1tI11tiSltklt141tMttKNIN01t1Fruit I Farming along the Cotton Belt Is the name ofa new und finely illus theCottonwords the story of those who have gone west and achieved great success pearsgrapesi potatoes and other fruit and truck on ands that formerly sold for 3 to 110 an acre and 7 now yield 100 to 300 per acrei net in copyfreetheSoutllw IntheK W LABRAUMB G P TA f Pgf Cotton Belt St LouisMo Sour StomachNo appetite loss of strength nervousness headache constipation bad breathtgeneral debility sour rl3lngsland catarrh of the stomach are all due Kodol Indl representstheyexistthe greatest known tonic and reconstructive notIs troublesby1lningtheMr S S Ball of R reniwood W Va says I was troubled with sour stomach for twenty UrI millitorKodol Digests What You Eat BoWel only 1 trUlUePrepared by E 0 DeWITT 00 OHIOAQO + The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JULY 22 1903 GIRLS WATERY GRAVE label Suters Accidentally Drowned In the Ohio While In Bath lag Near Home twelveyearoldJdaughter of Vile Buters a tenant I on Martin Frank farm onthe Ind lana side of thebhlo river about I four miles below this city was accidentally drowned Friday afternoon while in bathing near her home She went down to the river abont S oclock to get a bucket of water Not return ing soon she was missed from her home and her little brother went down to the waters edge to look for her As he drew near ho saw her throw up her hands and sink for the last time The river was dragged and the body was found abOut sl o c look nine feet from the shore and in fifteen feet of water It is supposed that the girl got out betond tier depth The interment took place Saturday afternoon in the Tobinsport cemetery Mr Suters lived on the Lillard fatm below town about a year ago EXCURSION TO TilE SEASHORE Through Train Service Arranged for by the Hender son Route The annual low rate excursion to Atlantic City of the Henderson Route in connection with L NPenntll promisestoever given to this popular resort Arrangements have been made for free reclining chair cars to be attached leavingEvansvillemorning August Oth to run throng to Cincinnati thus avoiding any delay or transfer at Louisville At Louis ville connection will be made with L N Pennsylvania special train which leaves that point at 100 p in running through to Atlantic City without change of oar arriving at the sex shore 5100 p m August 7th This special train will consist of the finest equipment sleeperscoaches and chair cars being all of wide vestibule patternand will prove a popular train for Indiana and Kentucky pleasure seekers who intend to take in the sea shore this summer morningtrainsuntil August 18th Sleeping car reservations and tull information can be secured from any representative of the Henderson Route Fine Business Stand The Fair building owned by H A Oelzehas been painted in the front aud pnt in shape for the arrival of a large stock of general merchandise Mr W J Tilford of Curdsville Ky tie proprietor will wake his home hre nail will be ready for business widelyknownand as the Fair is yell located for a business stand he will probably build up a large trade AdJ Much to the Comfort addingtotonsorial parlors on Elm street The latest additions are a number of fans which are turned bv power from the News ollice and are quite an improve meat Air Sierett Still II I The condition of Mr Jeff Sterett is unchanged He is yet a very sick hopInginn Vigorous Old Age Pains Celery Compound makes the old eel young and cures their ills It has added ears of health and enjoyment to many a life Use this great medicine regularly and its invig rating powers will fill your declining years ReadhatrVELLS R RICHARDSON Co Centltmtn rJust a word in favor of catchhebenefitSomemalaria chills and fever and grip which con nued for a year or more meantime I lost in reight about Co pounds trying different medi resultsPainesimprovegainingI had regained So pounds of the lost weight and good health and have everInccMORSELzomusTnR DIAMOND DYESCO- LOR ANYTHING ANY COLOR I Dresses cloaks snits ribbons coils feathers I IDretI I treeDIAMOND tII ur tjililljj llnnw tjQ ScrofulaFew It may develop so slowly as to cause little U any disturbance during the whola period of childhood- It may then produce Irregularity of the stomach and bowels dyspepsia catarrh consumptionIeruption or glaruular swelling quitetreetion you can rely on Hoods Sarsaparilla The best of all medicines for all humors Toblnsport Defeats Troy The Tobinsport and Troy nines played nn exciting and firstclass game of ball on the formers grounds Sunday afternoon Both teams put up H good game and at the end of nine hardfought innings the score stood 0 to B in favor of Tobinsport MRed II Davis of this city umpired the game +Brutally Tortured- A case came to light that for per sistent and unmerciful torture has perhaps never been equaled Joe Ool obick of Colusa Calif writes For 15 years I endured insufferable pain from Rheumatism and nothing relieved me though I tried everything known I came across Electric Bitters and its the greatest medicine on earth for that trouble A few bottles of it completely relieved and cured me It Just as good for Liver and Kidney troubles and general debility OnlyI fiOc Satisfaction guaranteed by Short Haynes Druggists More 011 Wells In Perry 011 lenses have been taken on much land in this township during the past tew weeks in the name of Mr H H Esarey Mr Charles Steinsberger has done the canvassing and it is understood that the work of boring will commence in the near future Cannelton Enquirer The Foundation of Health Nourishment is the foundation o- fhealthlifestrength Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is the one great medicine that enables the stomach and diges tive organs to digest assimilate and transform all foods to the kind of blood that nourishes the nerves and feeds the tissues Kodol lays the foundation of health Nature does the rest Indigestion Dyspepsia and all disorders of the stomach and diges tive organs are cured by the use of Kodol1 Sold by Short Haynes Arrivals at Tar Springs Among the latest arrivals at Tar Springs the famous healtn resort near town are Dr and Mrs Marshall of Irvington P T Lackliu of Owens boro and Mrs Hicks and children of Louisville Tourist Sleeping Cars to Colorado Leave Chicago daily through the sum mer on the 1130 pm train Chicago Northwestern Ry Only 250 double berth Chicago to Denver Best of service Two daily trains Very low rates now in effect Illustrated book let Colorado sent to any address for a 2cent stamp N 11 Breeze 435 Vine Street Cincinnti Ohio Building Hardware Warehouse Conrad Payne Co the new hard ware firm are building a warehouse in the rear of the companys store The warehouse is a onestory frame 50x110 ft and will be covered with sheet iron It will be used as a storage room for hardware farming bugglcsItten days Brief Local News In the first well drilled by Stiles Morgan at the Murray Roofing Tile Cos plant a sufficient flow of water was not found and a well is now being bored on another part of the Companys land The appearance of the colored Meth odist church on Houston street has been greatly improved by a new coat of paintThe place in front of Julian Browns store has been filled with earth and stone removed from the road up the Baptist church hill The big bulletin boards erected for the Wallace Shows by H A Oelze were pulled down last week nethodlst Revival A protracted meeting will he held Septeitber Rov Reid of the Hawesville Method- Ist church to assist him in the revi val Cooper flcQuady Acquitted In Circuit Court at Haweaville Mon day morning Cooper McOuady was acquitted on the charge of killing Jas Sanders at a picnic near this city last year McCjnady killed Sanders in self defensa Card of Tbanks heartfeltthanksextended us during our recent be reavementMr and Mrs Roscoe Laslie Henry Farm Brings 10000 Mr John L Henry has sold his farm HerndonforMr Henrys place is an ideal country InMeadeprobably r iii4f j rJfM If r Jihl OVER 4000 For Horses at the State Fair Largest Prize List Ever Offered Any State Fair atI Lovers of horse flesh will be afforded the opportunity at Owensboro the week of September 21st to see the finest horse show ever given under toe direction of a State Fair The premium list for the Kentucky State Fair shows that 4000 will be yearTimelists of uptodate horse shows and Includes premiums for light harness horses for breeding purposes road liters carriage horses family horses combined horses puted saddle horses wale trot and canter classes high steppers and ponies Aleo for French Draft Percheron French German Coach Cleveland Bay Hackney and American Coach in the heavy divison Handsome cups will be offered for the best lady rider best lady driver gentlemens driving class and for team of high actors Kept for private use and driven by owner 100 is offered for the best roadster stallion any age 100 for aged roadster more j 1200 for roadster stallion mare or gelding 200 for combined stallion mare or gelding 1100 for geldingCatalogue by ad dressingSec ShropihlreROOUl Ky Graham Vreeland Press Manager No man or woman in the state will hesitate to speak well of Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tablets after once trying tnem They always produce a pleasant movement of the bowels improve the appetite and strengthen the digestion For sale by Short HaynesSonaamhnlhim Somnambulism What is It Did you ever walk In your sleep If so yon know Just about us much about this strange use of tho faculties and senses of the mind and the body na does the average physician Somnambulism has been a mystery and a matter of discus sion to the medical profession since the days of the ancients They knew as well as we all now know that there is such a thing as somnambulism or walk ing in the sleep They attempted to ex plain it Just na modern medical science has been endeavoring to explain it ever since But as It was then so It is now There are so many explanations that oven the physician is puzzled to decide which to accept Just About Bedtime tike a little Early Riserit will cure constipation biliousness and liver troubles DeWitts Little Early Risers are different from other pills They do not gripe and break down the mucous membranes of the stomach liver and bowels but cue by gently arousing the secretions and giving strength to those organs Sold by Short Haynes Great Presence of Mind That woman showed wonderful presence of mind when her horse ran awayIs that what you cull it She threw down the reins iiiul yelled- I know she did amid the horse ran straight down the street If she had hold on to the reins she would have doubtless steered him into the pave meat A Mechanical Catastrophe Sninrtlciu Iluur about Hnnllnka ex pprlpupo with the automatic electric waiter In NYork- SparticusNo What was it Smartlcus He picked out his order decided hed take a IJermuda onlou and dropped In his money Rut tilt confounded machine sprung a leek on him Baltimore American Miss Ida M Snyder TreMiirer of the Brooklyn East End Art Club If women would pay more attention to their hulth we would have more happy wives mothers and daughter and If they would observe results they would find that the doctors prescriptions do not perform the many cures they are given credit for In consulting with my druggist he advised McElrees Wine of Cardufand Thed fords BlackDraught and so I took It and have every reason to thank him for a new life opened up to me with restored health and It only took three months to cure mil Wine of Cardul is a regulator of the menstrual functions and is a most as tonishing tonic for women It cures scanty suppressed too frequent irreg ularand painful menstruation falling of the womb whites and flooding It is helpful when approaching woman hood during pregnancy after child frequentlythat have been barren for years All druggists have 100 bottles of Wine of Cardui WINEOfCARDUI A BUSINESSEDUCATION Mte = i man orsyorngt woiaaafironogst yotartrainingTHE BRYANT STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE N E Cor Second and Walnut Sta LOUISVILLE KY BOOK KEBOINO SHORTHAND TYPEWRITING Seven experienced teachers each One a specialist his line Write Ttoryou FREE chooi open all year Students can enter at anyllmeoolE J WRIGHT Prest Kt Dalton Marble Works MARBLE AND GRANITEr4 4 DALTON GA TI tAGENT WANTED a4 w ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD 5 fu I I aqI July 31 to August 13 Inclusive 4 Only Line running through Personally Conducted Ex cursion Sleepers Louisville to CALIFORNIA NEW MEXICO ARIZONA and TEXAS t L Special Low One Way andLtrip Rates In effect j to the Southwest on First r 9tand Tuesdays In each 1tt month I s tI BEST LINE TO HOT SPRINGS ARK la For Folders and Descriptive Matter of the Springs and Circulars descriptive of ti Lands In the South and through tickets apply to nearest railroad agent or I it address L F W HARLOW D P A Louisville KyJY vp ANEWTRAINIcConnectingi 1 C Railroads should provo a great convenience n and accommodation to tho traveling public t The Louisville Henderson SL Louis RyttRHenderson Route P Has inaugurated a new Accommodation Train betweenaCloverport Hawesville Owensboro Henderson Evansovllle and all intermediate points which should prove 2 very attractive to the traveling and general public = J I SCHEDULEQOINCI Leave Cloverport 600 a m dally Hawesville tII Of Owensborof2 Of Of Arrive Hendurson 1121to O- fto Evansville 900It to Third RETURNING Leave Evansvllle 530p mdallyAHenderson 600to Arrive Owensboro 703 Hawesville flOO imrJlaCloverport Jc Connections are Henderson each way with the L N I and C R Rs for Madisonville Earlington Morganfield Princeqton Hopkiusvllle and all intermediate pointsrLeJ I IRWINtGeneral Passenger AgenttLOUISVILLE KY I MemphislfirstFor oneway tickets Half the OneWay Rate plus 200 p j roundtrip tickets one fare 200 points In Missouri TerritoriesWrite iyour The Cotton Belt runs solid through train to Texas equipped with the ktandIf you are seeking better place to locate write tot tree copy of It 1our handsome Illustrated booklets Hornet In the Southwest andThrough Tpiai With CameraIX4 O sCHAEFER Traveling Passenger Agent Cincinnati 0 IifE W La BEAUME General Pass and Ticket Apt St Louis Mo 1V jfJh tf We are Going tokfi1 k Ofior the low Round Trip of fl C1 9 r 1t l 47 Ofrom Memphis to San Francisco 3- CALIFORNIA tk i Jil1bF It 7 For tho occasion of tho National Encampmentm G A Ry21 I GEO H LEE P A Little Rock Ark r m 0in tf Round a t It V Of to Of Of to 1130II made at I 1 I 1 i plus to a a a Yo i i rate J t 0 e + Tickets on Sale August 1st to 14thttutFinal Return Limit October 15th M + G yaw fi Stopovers allowed Furthor information on request 6 D BACON D PAJCincinnati 0- ss g r + ic Breckenridge News i WEDNESDAY JULY 22 1003 J ttI THE ANNUAL I Ka Pa Ae OUTING L Kentucky Editors Meet at Lexing Jdon Then Start 0 n a f flongi JourneyI t THROUGH CANADA AND MAINE associationw111i and Thursday July 22 and 23 OnIthe evening of July 23 the pencil II pushers will start on a tour through the Canadas and the states of Newt Hampshire Maine Michigan and II VermontThe at Lexington will beI toe thirtyfourth annual meeting of the Kentucky association and the Lexington people have prepared to r i atiWednesday evening and all are urgedI dayAsthe association was held at Louisville last January it is expected that more than the usual time will be devoted to recreation and to pleasure at the Lexington gathering Thomas G Watkins of the Courier Journal is president and Paul M Moore of the Earlington Bee is vicepresident Following the custom of past years M Watkins will be re tired and Mr Moore will succeed him It has been given out that Editor Louis Landrum of the Lancaster Re cord will be elected vice president It MrMorningstaras secretary From Lexington the association will go on in special coaches to the places named where there will be entertain ment and sight se faQ Chicago Battle CreekNiagra Falls Kingston Montreal Quebec Island Point Vermont Port land At the last named place a day will be spent as the guests of the Portland newspaper men who have arranged for drives visits to points of interest and a bath at Old Or chard Beech The itinerary includes a 200mile daylight ride on the St Lawrence nver The Montreal Press association will entertain and show the visitors all points of interest An entire day will be spent in sightseeing at Quebec another day in viewing the wonders of Muskoka lake Nand another day will be devoted to a trip through the White mountain At Battle Creek Michigan the association will be the guests of the Postum Cereal company and a ban quet at the magnificent Post Tavern will be tendered them On the return trip Sunday August 2 will be spent in Chicago i This will be one of the most extend ed trips ever taken by the Kentucky editors Treat Your Kidneys for Rheumatism it When you are suffering from rheu mutism the kidneys must be attended toat once so that they will eliminate Jl the uric acid from the blood Foleys Kidney Cure is the most effective remedy for this purpose R T Hop skins of Polar Wis says After un Successfully doctoring three years for rheumatism with the best doctors I tried Foleys Kidney Cure and it cur ed me I cannot speak too highly of this great medicine A R Fisher Judge Adair at the Convention Judge J iy dpir formerly County Judge of Hancock county but who is bow cashier of the Bank of Stephens port in Breckenridge county is a delegate to the convention He says he is devoting his time closely to his livelyInterestBelknapmanThursdays 4 Over Work Weakens Your Kidneys Uahealttiy Kidneys Sake Impure Blood All the blood In your body passes through your kidneys once every three minutes sold Its all yourblood ter out the waste Impurities In the blood they are sick out order they fall to do their work Pains achesandrheu from ex cess of uric acid In the blood due to neglected kidney unsteadyheartthoughtheyoverworking In pumping thick kidney P9lsoned blood through veins and arteries urinarytroubleskidneysbut beginning If are sick you can make no mistake doctorlng your kidneys The mild effect of Dr Kilmers JJbYfIrst the great kidney remedy stands the highest for Its cures of the most distressing cases 1 and on merits 1by dr In I s slzICa or If or of matlsm come trouble Is It Is RooLttout if you have kidney or bladder Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer jEvkCoBlnEhamton N Y 3 Dont1 Hake any mistake but remember the if name Bwamplfoot Dr Kllmeri Swamp Fltoot and the address Blnghamton N y on every bottle gggggggggggggggggggggggg FRUIT GROWING IN KENTUCKY OOOOCXXXOOOOOOOOOXXXXXX3OOOOOO Buechel Ky June 17 1093 Mr W B Ashby Cloverport Ky Dea- rSirIn no channel of industrial Improvement are greater opportunities open to the people of Kentucky I than in fruit growing Fruit growing In Kentucky has been carried on only In a crude and slipshod manner YetI it has been demonstrated that we have unsurpassed natural advantages for this industry We have the climate we have the soils we have an undul sting welldrained surface and in large sections of the State the eleva tions which are so desirable for tome kinds of fruits We have the lo cation Louisville is within forty miles of the center of population of the United States We have the sort East South and West for a market and by our great rivers and airloads we have the avenues open to is to reach the coast and export to foreign countries No other product of the soil serves so many and varied purposes Fruit is a luxury to the rich and a substantial food to the laborer If not an absolute medicine it- is at least a preventive of many diseases Fruits may be served in so many ways that it may be upon the tables of all the year round The de wand for it is contstautly increasing It is only our fault that fruitcrow ng is not the source of large revenue to the State By tbe active and united effort of the people of Missouri this in dustry has been developed until now the frnit crops bring about 120000000 per annum of the State Their natural advantages are not better than ours But they have worked while we slept 1 Will wu continue to sleep or will we awake to our opportunities At the Worlds fair next year we have an opportunity to show to the world what our State can do in the way of fruit jrowipg and that with improved and practical methods it can be made to blossom as the rose That even now Edenlike every tree that is pleasant to the sight and good for food either does or may be made to grow here Now how shall we go about this work We want fruit from every county in the State Many counties grow but little fruit yet they have great possibilities in that line Show samples of your best induce fruit growers to come to counted and lo cate Fruit growers are of necessity permanent citizens and taxpayers for they must own their homes When they transform your worn lands THE REPUBLICAN PLATFORM 7 rrcLouisville July litThe Republi cans of Kentucky in convention as sembled snake the following declara tionsFirstWe declare for the right of every qualified citizen to a free ballot and a fair count and the right of voters to honest and orderly election in every precinct in this state and secure these rights and the restoration of political and legal equality we pledge ourselves to the enactment of such laws as will restore absolute electoral freedom Second Wo denounce the odious political machine rule now dominant in Kentucky which destroys freedom fetters enterprise excludes capital handicaps Industry discourages ed ucation and enables selfperpetnaling bodies of political adventurers con trol public affairs for private benefit and encourages and protects abuse contempt and bold violation of law We appeal for an aroused public sen timent among all ranks of citizenship against the continuation of these evils Third We condemn the reign of the Democratic party hate and pros cription following the destruction untler form of lawof political liberality and equality and especially de plore the fact that in this day of ma chine domination the courts of the state are appealed to and have be come too often the theater for the dis play of activi ty and for the upholding of political wrong and outrage FourthWe denounce assassination and llawlessness whether in Servia or in Kentucky as destructive civilization and call upon the enlightenedI- nte1llJtence of the state through its legislative executive and judicial agencies to employ remedies to estab lieu order and punish crime within our borders We especially arraign the present state chief executive for so exercising the pardoning power as to subserve political and partisan purposes with the certain effect of encouraging crime by virtually rendering criminals of Democratic political faith immune from punishment Fifth We condemn the present administration in Kentucky for incrom potency and grave impropriety in conduct of public affairs for preying upon and misappropriating public moneys for laying tribute upon the legal pay of soldiers enlisted in the countrys service for the payment of unnecessary unjust exorbitant and illegal attorneys feesand we now demand such changes in the laws as will secure the state against similar wrongs in the future Sixth The present state administration has increased taxation of the people without corresponding increase in public benfeltsand we believe and declare that the rate of taxation could be reduced 45 cents and that the revenue BO produced on present property valuations will be adequate for all purposes of our t and your forests into orchards the value of the real estate is enhanced Immeasurably All that is needed are two or three willing workers- In every county and every county will be represented The work will not bergeat and the knowledge that your county is represented in the greatest show the world has ever known will repay you for all your trouble Any county can send in at least one barrel and others should contrionte several barrels The show continues for six months and these apples and pears also are wanted for old cstorage purpose so as to have a continuous dis play throughout the entire time We must have these from the crop of this year as next years crop will not mi lure in time Put only fruit ripening at the same time in th e same package We cannot keep successfully fruit that ripens eaAler than the Maiden Blush apple Peaches wont keep Select only perfect specimens as to size shape color and condition Wrap each specimen in paper sepa rately avoid bruisingpack them in barrels carefully mark thereon the name of variety the name of the grower and address If more than one variety is packed in the entne barrel place paper between the varieties and mark each as above A roll of honor will be published at the end of the show giving the name and address of all who contribute fruit and also the name of thosewho gather up these dis plays When the great wall of Jerus lem was built so perfectly in so short a time the reason given was The people had a mind to work So now if the people have a mind to work wo will astonish the world at St Louis with our fruit display What has been said above has relat ed especially to fruits gathered this year for cold storage Next vear we shall hope to have frequent consign meat of fresh fruits I It is now with you I Can I have your hearty cooperation t Will you kindly write me at once that you will pledge your coun tys contribution as asked above t Please do so at once as it is necessary for me to know just where my help must come from and how much help is coming Upon the receipt of your answer I will send you explicit in tructions in the matter YourstrulyM Chirman Horticultural Exhibit Committee I I v = ==T an to to of to government economically administered and in addition a surplus therefrom could be accumulated in four years to build and pay for a state house suitable for public uses and commensurate with the dignity and wealth of the commonwealth SeventhWe denounce the present system of management of the charita tile and penal institutions of the state as being obsolete inhuman and a re proach to our civilization We con demn the carelessness and cruelty Ilmctlced the passage of laws that will place three institutions under nonpartisan management by which our helpless wards can be and will be protected against inhumanity and negligence and their roved by the substitution of trained and capable superintendents and assistants for the brutal inexperienced and incompetent employers appointed to their places as political reward EighthWe appeal to the united good citizenship of the state to aid ns in reestablishing Kentucky a Kentucky awakened progressive and seeking the highest prosperity Her commanding situation her water ways her resources and facilities for agriaultnremannfaoturingmlnlng and commerce demand wise laws in corruptible and impartial courts and competent and fearless executive officersNinthThe Republicans now seek the cooperation and support of all good citizens irrespective of past party connections and pledge themselves in entering this campaign to retore to the state respect for lawthe enforcement of law honest and eco peoplebyTenth We congratulate the people of the United States and its new pos prosperity policies that have maintained the public honor fostered industry stimulated enterprise extended American commerce strengthened American In fluence and ennobled citizenship by giving security to labor and capital alikeand insuring to every man who works a standard of living and an expectation worthy of American civ sovereigntyWe lug Republican financial and tariff policiesEleventhWe appreciationTheodore Roosevelt has made in con byWilliamdealing wtth the new problems that he has had to solve in his handling of the Philippine question in his firm management of the Venezulan crisis i in his wise and courageous course with reference to the anthra cite coal strike in his honest effort to secure justice to Cuba in his zeal tiD4If fidneyCuresAll and Bladder Diseases Foleys Kidney Cure CureAKidney or Bladder reach of medicine If you notice any Foleys Kidney Cure at A Merchant Cured Htr HayIng Given Up Foley Co Chicag- oGentlemen1 was afflicted with Kidney and Bladder trouble for six years and had tried numerous preparations without getting any relief and had given up hope of ever being cured when FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE was recommended to me After using one bottle I could feel the effect of it and after taking six fiftycent bottles I was cured of Kidneyand Bladder trouble and have not felt so well for the past twenty years and I owe It to FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE James Smith Bentons Ferry W Va 50 and SOLD AND BY K1SHEH Druujst ICy vigorousJcmancland punishment of the corrupt and dishonest 1 in his resolute stand against the closing of Chinese ports to our trade in the success achieved by his practical efforts to enforce the law against unlawful combinations and in the encouragement hu leis given ti the laying of a cable across the Pacific which brings us lute clostr touch with the Philippines than we were with the Lonsiana territory or with California when acquired He hits won himself strong executive ns he is an ideal citizen and we heartily and are in favor of his nomination for the p ire idency in 1904 If you care to got a hustle on yourself want to have those essential call ed vim and push without a continued unnatural the organs of the body working like a newly oiled piece of machinery Ramons Treatment of Liver Pills and Tonic Pel lets supplies the means they produce no unpleasent sensations no purging griping or evil aftereffects but Impart strength and vigor from the very bednuing of the treatment 2i doses complete course211o- Bullitt Property Sold VG Babbage agent for U M Bull Ittof Lonlsvillesold last week to Win Hale of this city the old castle prop erty in the west end of town Con sideration 2000 Increase In School Fund Frankfort Ky July 15 Superin tendent Molihesney today the appointment of time school fund for the current year The per capita for the schoolchildren of the state IH 260 against 2S2 last year The total amount of tile school fund for the state iis l847lor The greatest nation in the world la the greatest consumer of coffee Lion Coffee is the standard beverage of every state and territory of the Union Its pure thati why pukuwiuorlng1 of Suffering- R A Cray JP of Oakville Ind writes Most of the time for ten years 1 was confined to my bed with some disease of the kidneys It was so severe I could not move part of the time I consulted the best medical skill available but got no relief until FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE was recommended to me lam grateful to be able to say that it entirely cured me Refuse Substitutes Two Sizes Cents 100 RECOMMENDED A U Cloverport enthusiastically exertionkeep reported Constipation I Makes Biliousness and had Complexions Then whertS your beauty Keep the system in good I condition and nil the organs healthy by taking F Iasiand Tonic Pelletf which gently assist Nature in eliml 1 minting the poison and at the same time make good blood good digestion good health and will keep j The Roses In Your Cheeps Free Sample and Booklet at all dealers Complete Treatment dv+ days tsrrzy ay ctswtCs NfW York uQTKO For Sale by Klnchiloo Bros Hurdinsliuri and A It KNlicr C overport Na 1THE TWO STATES BANK INCOIlPORATEDII IKK C ADAIR STEPHENSPORT President DR J IL LK KYII JOHN S ADAIR Cashier numerous IG W PAYNK R A SMITH WM B IIARDINiiR A SHKLLMAN R D HAMILTON L 1 J S CARRY THE IIIGIiEST RATE OF INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS Your iuuds are absolutely safe in our bauk as we carry Fire and Burglar Insurance and have the Mosler Screw Door Snfe the only Burglar Proof safe made and the only one in the county We solicit your business whether large or small You can do your banking with us by mail JOHN S ADAIR Cashier Advertise M v + i fd4r t Quarterly R PQrlfil V OF THExd TWO STATES BANK At the close of business Juae 30th 100 i RESOURCES Luitnsand discount 313rj 0 Dua from Notional links flOKSS- SptelJ 1O28 31 IGA 43 U4PurrilturoI Current OXDOILSCS lust qtiiirgr 17106- CurrOpt olphlt quarter undlnR March 31st 4tO 9v tG JvW211 01 UAIUUVIKS Oiipltlil stuck paid In t 7500 v Surplus fund 80S 37 Deposits subject lochick 45DuinamlI diipQSlt ton which In turest b paid 55TS 23 S3 105 07 30214 0 JOHNS ADAm Cashier It A HHRMMAN I ItA SMITH Directors O W PAYNE I UsCountyJohn S Adnlr Cushier of The Two Stud Hunk u Hank located and doing business countybeingIs In illI res ectH a true statement of the ion I1ltlOI1 of the said lank at the close of bust nubs on the 30th day of Juno 1903 to the of Ids knowledge and belief and further says that the business of said Hank has been transacted at the location named and not ulsuwltere and that theabore retort Is made In compliance with an olllclal notice received from the Secretary of State designating the 30Ui day of June MKB as the day on which NUeli report shall bo made Subscribed end sworn to before mo by John S Atlalr Cashier the 1st day of July 1001 WM F HOOK Cler- kfirL11 HELM DC Quarterly Report OF Ti- IBBreckinridger Bankk CLOVERPORT KY At the close of business on the 30th day of June loaf ItFSOUItCES JOHH and discountI Ita419 to Overdrafts attar sand yUP IDI9 from Na tin nit I ar Sol naB from Stair llnnUs- nnd hankers ISttl 06 817 S- IItanklntt Ihouse KIR lot 37 71 Other stuck and bond K3H 71- PMJClJ r SST9 W HKurmtnraimlt ri ItlWI ttUAIUMT18S CNlsll stock Jmhl aIUtlesb f 41100 oJI 8 rlnd 1111 flu tltlH ceect uon whichlater 6166666TtWteUe ton whtcb iHtcr i2Uepdividendsekjlrclitred tlib day 1 80- Jfll Go pay Icuwu 811 4l t IIUK4 trJ STA MOoantrI A n Sklllnmn Cashier of the Hrecken rMt flank a Uuik bested and doing bust WnhstreethttlucltyofCloverportIisI the fortifolnic report IIs In all respects a true Utetn lit of the condition of true said Hank ofJuneawl lwilefarsl further says that the business locationabuve report IU tirade In compliance with an olHclnl nutliv reielved from the SwcreUiry of JulyeCashierJTIsyI DirectorsII Llaud swnto IISklllmunC3lycommission Quarterly Statement OF THE FARMERS BANK HARDINSBURG KY At close of business June ISO 1008 KBSOUItCKS i 1317104Ilg5000MSOIIS7 ifPrIlUNg toll 7811 MAIIIMTIHS 750000IlntllajdudI tOOIM3m1668i nllmw1IIRHlc1 DtNtumuHt Is true to the bust of my knowledge anl bullet JNO III SHAW Cushier tillslatW K IIAIINRS NIP II C Handsome Laundry Wagon Cbas Hamman local agent for the Now York laundry of Louisville is running a now delivery wagon The wagon is a light easyrunning affair pmntetIIlllaundry bumnoss is securing a large and substantial patron- ageFOLEYSHONHMCAS atos thecough and heal lunga u Henderson Route Earnings The Henderson Route for nine months earned 1008435 gross an earningsduringan increse of fililJl May Resume Operations Soon 21SpecialThea been idle for a few 01n account of watorls puttingdown a deep well and hopes to n s nee opera tions at an early date PARKERSII CltiSMf sat txutlflei the halt Promote a luxuriant fmwtm Never Fll to Beitor Gray IlBir to ty Youthful Color Cun fp d esswa halt taaie aan1V Uat mnrraa t A i I I The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JULY 22 1003 d h J WEBSTER i hereiMiss Enla Kennedy is visiting near UnstonI Harry Bell of Gaston visited Dr Parks Sunday Miss Hattio Bell Stewart is visiting Miss Nannie Lyddan 11 rm fhism and family visited at Payneavllle last weeK Mils Carrie Wright Is visiting her cousin Miss Essie Kendall Quite a party will leave here Thurs day to visit Mammoth Cave Mrs L M Matheny of Louisville 1is visiting Mrs T G Jordon Emmett Frymire of Union Star visited friends here Saturday Miss Cora Lee Anderson visited Miss Nannie Lyddan last week Shomlts Dooley while at work last Saturday was overcome by heat J C Wbeelerof Louisville came down Sunday to visit his mother Miss Bess Lewis is visiting her sis ters Mrs Herndon and Mrs Parks T J Compton and family visited Mrs Mary Compton at Pierce last week Malcoiub Robertson who recentlly returnedholileThe Webster base ball juniors de feated the Raymond team last Sat urdayThe Sundayschool Picnic in Kurtz enjoyable Miss Mary Bnrr of Owensboro is spending this week with Miss Ada Bell Henderson Miss Bernice Shacklett left for her home near Ekron Sunday She has been visiting Miss Norris Kurtz Miss Anna Claycomb who went to Oklahoma several months ago to visit her sister Mrs Sam Dugun has returnedE Proctor and sister Miss Ii1a bare returned to Louisville after a pleasant visit with J M Herndon and family BRANDENBURG Dr P H Nevitt is in Louisville quite ill- Miss tin Dowden is with us for her annual vacation Miss Mattie McGhee is spending the summer months at homo Miss Bess Radley is with relatives here to spend several weeks Mr and Mrs James Hottell have returned from New Albany Mr and lira Eugene Hardesty are visiting Mrs Win Sebastian visitingherMrs Emma Hollinsbnrg was the guest last week of Mrs J A Mc GheeMrs Jennie King and little daugh ter Edith visited Miss Sallie Allen last weekMisses Florence and Mary Jobson of Parkland are guests of Miss Lena LewisMr and Mrs J H Hoskinson are visiting his relatives in La Rue rounty guestlastCloverport Mrs Arthur Jenkins of Jellioo Tenn wilt visit Mrs James Bland this week visitingInOwensboro Miss Bess Lewis is visiting her sis ters Mrs Jesse Herndon and Mrs S P Parks Mrs John Sullivan has returned to Parkland from a visit to Mrs Sim Dorleys family- A crowd will go to M ouut Hope on the gasoline launch to attend the Sunday scbOOl Convention Miss Sue Carter after a stay of six months with her sister Mrs D C PaseyhRg left for Grayson Misses Katherine and Minnie Har ris of Louisvilleare guests of Misses Lidu Powell and Hailie Coleman George Frymire went to Louisville Sunday night to accept a position at Belknaps hardware establishment Misses Rosebud Moremen and Daisy Hair Falls U I tried Ayers Hair Vigor to stop my hair from tailing One half a bottle cured mej J C Baxter Braldwood III Ayers Hair Vigor is certainly the most eco nomical preparation of its kind on the market A little outgoes a long way It doesnt take much of it to stop falling of the hair make the hair grow and restore color to gray hair 1109 a bottle All dranlat If your druggist cannot supply you tend 04 one dollar and we will eipreta you a bottle Do sure and give the name I of your nearest express office Address JC AYER CO Lowell Mau- ii t it6YIiJJ 7s Dean of Glendeane wer pleasant visitors last week of Miss Linnle Moremon who has entertained for them in her usual hospitable manner The last quarterly meeting for this conference year will be held at this place the first Sunday in August RevCrandell will preach in the morn nlgbtBUslDeSf Miss Ada Brown and Orla Mclntire sang a beautiful duet Sunday morn ing with Miss Mary Lewis and Char nightMissa pretty selection with Miss Ada and OrIn on the chorus They all have sweet full soft voices that blend sweetlyMrs Bottle Whitehead of Vine Grove secretary of the Womans Foreign Missionary Board of the Elizabethtown District made an ex cellent talk Sunday morning at the Methodist church in behalf of her nppealInglybeforea woman of most pleasing appearance and an interesting talker In the af ternoon she addressed the children The Missionary Society here is small only twelve members The cause is ILukewarm rCatarrh of the Stomach When the stomach is overloaded when food is taken into it that falls to digest it decays and inilames the mucous membrane exposing the nerves and causes the glands to secrete mucin instead of the natural juices of digestion This is called Catarrh of the Stomach For years I suffered with Catarrh of the Stomach caused by indigestion Doctors and medic clues failed to benefit me until I used Kodol Dyspepsia CureJ R Rhea Coppell Tex Sold by Short Hayf- lea IRVINGTON An ice cream supper for the benefit MissionarySocietyof R M Jolly July 20 at 700 pm In a game of ball Wednesday after noon the Juniors full nine played six gamtScoreTwo Bottles Cured Him I was troubled with kidney crow plaint for about two years writes A H Davh of Mt Sterling Ia KidneyCureR Fisher New Colorado Book The Chicago R Northwestern Ry has issued a beautifully illustrated new book on Colorado Any one interested in Clordoo can procure a copy by sending 4 cents in stamps to W B Kniskern P T M Chicago 111 Working Night And Day The busiest and mightiest little thing that ever was made is Dr Kings New Life Pills These pills change weakness into strength list lessness into energy brainfag into mental power Theyre wonderful in building up the health Only 25c per box Sold by Short R Hayn- esSTEPHENSPORT Great bargains at R A Shellmans in jewelry S H Dix of Roberts Bottom went to Louisville Sunday Jewelry at R A Shellmans at n great reduction in price Mrs J S Adair has returned to Hawesrille to spend several weeks P D Hawkins and two sonsof Union Star were in town Saturday- J BBiRgH and son of Irvlngton were visiting relatives here last week Godfrey Haswell of Hardinsburg was in town Sunday the guest of Geo McCubbins Miss Bettie Allen has returned home after several weeks stay in LouisvilleMrs U Bennett who has been ill for sometime is thought to be slowly improving Dr Lame Helm of Lexington was here last week to see L B Hulmwho has been ill but is improving Judge Jno S Adair and R A Shell man attended the Republican State Convention last week in Lonisvlllel Mrs F C Ferry and parentsMrstayMrs Hewitt Hawkins and children of Uniontown Ky are here to be with friends and relatives for two weeksMiss Zelma Lay a few evenings ago entertained some of her friends In honor of her guest Miss Jessie CareyMrs L E Barter of New Harmo ny Ind after spending several days with Mrs Jennie Brooks has returned homeCapt W H Sargent and wife of Fordsville were the guests of Mr and Mrs R A Shellman Saturday and Sunday Miss Eula Payne one of Irvlngton charming young ladies who has been visiting fnends and relatives has returned home Ferryleftmadtoin mud baths for rheumatism Mr Edgar Allen wife daughter and sister Miss Emma of Omaha Net are here for several weeks vacation They have engaged rooms at Mrs H Lays Ike Altstatt of St Louts Mo was called oy telegram last week to the bedside of hif sister Mrs Win Petit who was thought to be dan Vigorouslyi ill but is now improving BEWLEYVILLE Mrs Thos J Jolly is on the sick listJesse Pavne spent Saturday night and Sunday at home Miss Alum Orendorf spent a day with Miss Mary Payne last week Rev Hynea will bold protracted ser vices here the week following the fourth Sunday Mrs Luoy Stith has gone to Russell ville to spend the summer with Mrs D S Campbell Mr and Mrs Sam Pate are mak ing an extended stay with Mr and Mrs M P Payne Rev Felix a series or services at Rosetta Sunday to contin ue during this week Misses Minnie Stith and Alberta Drury attended the social at G A Footes Thursday night Miss Fannie Harda way has been ill of malarial fever during the past week She is now recovering There will be an ice cream supper at Guston Saturday night July 25 for the benefit of the chnrch at that place The Tula Daniel Missionary Society WesleyMeetingInformthemselves Wednesday July 15 at the close Fashiondeparted faithfulCASTORIAForI The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- S1gnaturc 71of + 0 4 N 1N i NOT i ss I1 IJ i iii i i i iiii- ii IfI f i i iii i PRICE 16 PER ti 1000 FEET iNNN10N NN NN S AND S IFOR CHILDREN i Makes teething easy Ithe bowels and stomach stops crying cures summer complaint j Mayor Yewell of Oweniboro Kr j urtt Our babywas wa linr away while teelliinr UU bowels seemed a beyond control Three phwIeUni c 9 tare him up Owens Pink Mixture saved his life I cannot say enough = It saved our baby II IIISUII III IiFLOYDS DYSPEPSIA TABLETS IsocBole by ale Druggists FREE EXAMINATIONSJ Wo will examine your eyes without charge tell you just what you need andsupply you with the best glasses that can bo had Neither age nor youth is exempt from eye troubles and defective vision If anything the matter with your eyes go to the man who has made eyes a special study Wise people rqalho that the proper fitting of glasses should never be guessed at Wo are competent to examine your eyes and supply the needful glasses Lewis Sc BallJEWELERS AND OPTICIA- NSHARDINSBURQ KY I Why Dont You Join the OKLZB library and read all the late books only lOc per week New books added each week You may read as many books as you desire at the low price of 10 cents per week Join at once W B OELZE Jewelry and Music Store THE GREAT MAIL ORDER HOUSE Cloverport Kentucky Condensed Statement of the Condition of the Bank of Hardinsburg Hardinsburg Kentucky AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS JUNE 30 1903 This statement of the condition of our Bank closes the thirteenth year of our business and to the figures in this statement we wish to invite your careful study The item in k our resources of Banking House and Lot which we have invoiced at 1800 cost 3500 and the item of Fixtures and Furniture cost more than four times what we have in voiced it Each of the other items in our resources is invoiced in the same conservative way and every dollar in these resources represents a full one hundred cents and more We invite the accounts especially of those having only a small business No matter how small your annual transactions you will find it very much safer and more convenient and more satisfactory in every way to transact your business through bank Wo make and preserve a complete record c f every transaction through our Bank and this is of especial value to the small dealer for future reference WE WILL BE GLAD TO HAVE YOU RESOURCES NOTES AND BILLs 18809331 CASH IN SAFES OTHEK BANKS 7348688 BONDS 1966522 BANKING HOUSE AND Lot 180000 OTHER REAL ESTATE 78679 FURNITURE AND FIXTURES 40000 Total 28423220 regulates theres LIABILITIES CAPITAL STOCK PAID IN 2500000 SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS 1533419 DEPOSITS 24289801 DIVIDEND No 25 DUE JULY 1 1903 at 4 PER GENT 100000 Total I l S 28423220 J Respectfully M H BEARD caShierJ r i a z fIA II II