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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rF THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS I 2 ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT II ftftVOL i XXVIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY July 29 1903 8 Pages NO2 II MERRY PARTY OF TOURISTS People From Webster Irvington and Other Points Go to Mammoth Cave DESCRIPTION OF THE TRIP Mr James Clinton Crntcher the r iw affable and popular ageat of the Hen 4oereon Route who is located at Web t ater consummated his project in getting up a cave party lust week and escorting them to the Mammoth Cave The party consisted of Messrs Thomas Lyddan J C Crutoher and Misses Norris Kurtz and Nannie Lyddan of I Webster Mr Jesse Herndon and wife and Miss Mary Wrather of Irvington i L L Bell and wife and Misa Ella Robertson of Guston i Miss Bernice Shacklett of E ron Messrs W DAshcraft Frank Webb and Misses Mabel Simmons Mary Price and Eula Dowden of Brandenburg Messrs Overton and Murray Blanford and Miss I es Anna Payne and Alberta Drurv of Bewleyville Misses Mary Elstca Har daway and Pansy Paris of St Louis and Lucile Henderson of New o Orleans who are visiting relatives near Guston and Irvington There were several who joined our party at 1t1le cave some from Georgia Tenn essee Ohio and Missouri making about thirty that went through the 1I1cave together tAlthough certain parts of the cave I are frought with danger our party traversed twentysix miles of it with out a casuality except the sprain genUetmen cave owners say there are X59 discovered miles of cavern in the Mammoth Cave The writer ha gone through both the Wyandotte cave of Indlaca and the Mammoth cave of Kentucky and as to beauty the r former has it but when it conies toI the immensity of the thing the Mam moth cave of course has got in her bluff The long route of the Mam moth is nine miles and not a single Y stalactite or stalagmite is to be seen while the Wyandotte cave has 1thousant13 of them But the short route ttof Mammoth cave has a great many k stalactites and stalagmites Of course one could write up a great many interesting things concerning rtheMammoth cave but there are so i many books pamphlets etc already h written that it is useless to bother our f good editor wIth more The old hotel 1 1too Is a curiosity within itself the y quaint old building some ofit prob ably three quarters of a century + old with an annex of log cabins i straight in a row for 500 feet each joined to the other has in front a porch the same length with solid wooden columns The hotel grounds and vicinity are filled with the 4Forost Primeval IIfor almost every imaginable variety of tree can be found there some of them seeming to measure three and four feet India meter The management keeps every thing immaculately clean and tries to please their guests in every particular Every one in our party seemed to be so well pleased that it is useless to say that a trip to the Mammoth Cave is well worth your time and money hut I would advise going in a party Mr Clint Crutcher is thinking of getting up a party for Niagara Falls and I want to say right here that if he does and taKes charge of it himself there will be neither care nor pains spared to make you enjoy yourself Each and everyone of our party herein extends his heartfelt grati tulle and appreciation to Mr Crutch er for his kindness and care while on this trip One of the Party Workinr 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 250 per box Sold by Short S Haynes DIED OF SENILITY Airs nary Scott of Lewisport Pass es wayWas Of Old Well Known Family Mrs Mary Scott died of infirmities incidental to old age at her home in Lewisport at 11 40 oclock Friday night after an illness of nearly three months Mrs Scott was past eighty years of age and belonged to one of the oldest and best families in Han cock county Her father Mike Scott came to Hancock county in 1839 She was a sister of the late George Smith one of the best known men of the county who died at his home near Lewisport several years ago She was a sister of Mr Levi Smith and Mrs Cattle Greathouse who now reside in Iewisport She leaves two sons and Jwq daughters They are Lawson Woolridge of Louisville George W Scott of Owensboro Mrs Sallie Hicks of Lewisport and Miss Mary Scottt who lived with her mother until her death The funeral was conducted from the home Sunday afternoon and the interment was in the Lewisport burying ground A RBass of Morgantown Ind had to get up ten or twelve times In the night and had severe backache and pains in the kidneys Was cured by Foleys Kidney CureA R Fisher Elect Officers and Incorporate The following officers of the Murray Roofing Tile Company have been elected Louis Mausbach Parxers bargW Va President i C A Crary Huntington W V VicePresident J Broh Huntington W Va Secretary and Treasurer A H Murray Cloverport Ky Manager LOUR LaMont Cloverport Ky Superintend entThe company has secured a charter and has been incorporated under the laws of the state of West Virginia lVLIL1l3loNGlANDTAR rekUdrajaaaar NptaeM W L HUCKEBY PASSES AWAY Former Resident of Breckenridge County Dead at Punta Gorda Fla MARRIED MISS N J S PATE Died at Shrewsbury his home on Charlotte Harbor near Punta Gor da Florida on Wednesday July SIe In the sixtyfifth year of his age William Lamb Huckeby a native of Indiana and son of the late Joshua Brannon Huckeby and Rebecca Lang Huckeby He was a resident of Breckenridge county for many years previous to his removal South having married Miss Nannie J Shrewsbury Pate of Walnut Hill near Bites Run by whom he was the father of two sons now grown A daughter by a former marriage Mrs John Allen Smart of Beaumont Texas also survives him and he leaves fifteen grandchildren Mrs Isabelle de la Hunt of Virginia Place Cannel ton is his only living sister remain- Ing at the homestead which four gen erations of the Hunkeby family have occupied Short 6 llaynes Will Buy It Deck You assume no risk when you buy Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Short S Haynes will refund your money if you are not satisfied after using it It is every where admitted to be the must sue cessful remedy In use for bowel com plaints and the only one that never falls It is pleasant safe and reliable New Goods Arriving Part of the stock for W J Tilfords new general merchandise store arrived last week and the remainder will arrive and be placed in the Fair building before next Saturday eo the house will oe ready to open for busi ness on that day as advertised in the News Mr Tilford has been in the mercantile business twenty seven years He has just closed out four general merchandise houses one at eanh of the following towns BIt City Crcrnwell Morgantown and Curdsville Will Buy Fenley Fire Clay The Auburn Ash Coal Company is making arrangements to furnish the Murray Roofing Tile Company with fire clay to be used at the latter com anys factory in connection with shale in the manufacture of roofing tile The clay is found in the Auburn Ash Coal Companys coal mines at Fenley Hancock county It underlies the coal and there are la rge deposits Switches are now being laid at Fen ley for the purpose of mining the fire clay and everything will be In readi ness to ship it over the Henderson Route to this city when the Murray Roofing Tile Cos factory begins operations HAS GONE TO HER REWARD Mrs Elisha B Gardner of Union Star Succumbs to Par tial Paralysis t WOMAN OF EXEMPLARY LIFE Mrs Elisha B Gardner who for manly lived near this city died at her home in Union Star Friday at II1 oclock in the afternoon of paralysis She had been in declining health since lust January when she received a partial paralytic stroke The inter ment took place at Irvington Satur day morning at 0 oclock The funer al services were conducted by Rev J T Lewis of the Irvington Bap tist church assisted by Rev Hines of the Methodist church at Irving tonMrs Gardner is survived oy her husband BUll the following children Mrs Sandy Hendry of West Point Ida Will Newsoui John and Jesse Gardner Two children are dead In 1842 Mrs Gardner was born About 1S05 she was married to Mr Elisha Gardner They lived on the Scott Smart place in the Bites Run neighborhood a short time then in this city Later they novel to Union Star Mrs Gardner was a member of the yearstheand vicinity and was known and be loved by many acquaintances at Union Star She led an exemplary life in every respect was the mother of a family of honorable men and women and her loss Is deeply felt in the community in which she lived aid endeared herself unto others Died of Cholera Infantum Irene age one year and ten months the bright little daughter of Mr and Mrs Fred Furrow of Holt died Friday of cholera Infantum The interment was at Merritts grave yard near Addison Mr Furrow is a son of Chus Furrow of this city Primary Department Discontinued Brandenburg Ky July 28 Spe cial W R Gray the former prin cipal will have charge of Brandon burg Normal the ensuing year with Henry Cowley as assistant There will be no primary department as formerly Kentucky Press Officers Lexington Ky July 211 =The following officers were elected by the KentucKy Press association at the busi ness meeting today Paul M Moore Etrlln ton presi dent W Louis Landrum Lancaster vice president R Mornlngstar of Bowling Green secretary and treasurer All of the officers were elected unanimously only one name being put in nomination for each office COUNTY TEACHERS INSTITUTES ne des Pedagogues in Session This WeekBreckenrldfje Insti tute Sept 28 Brandenburg Ky July 2SSpec- lalThls week the officiate of the city turned the keys over to the pedago gues of Meade county and to all others interested in the cause of education The countys Teachers Institute is in session for five days Wednesday evening the commencement for tne graduates in the common school branches will be held with Lee Asucruft salutatorian and Miss Alice Carwin valedictorian There will be a musical program by local talent Prof J C Willis has charge of tie institute The Breckenridge County Teachers Institute will be held at Hardinsburg September 23 It will be conducted by Profs Willis and 0 Icott Both Lecture and Sermon flood Hardinsburg Ky July SSpect- al Mr A W Hawks the noted humorist and lecturer of Baltimore Md delivered his well known lecture Suusnine and Shadow at the City Hall last Saturday eveningHe was greeted with II large and appreciative audience which manifested tneir enjoyment by frequent applause The lecture seemed to give general satis faction more so at least than any otner entertainment yet given the public here under the auspices of the Hardinsburg Lyceum Mr Hawks stayed here over Sun day and preached to a large Ion rtga ion at tne Baptist church in the even lag His sermon was as good as his lecture Inertcstlng Protracted Meeting An interesting protracted meeting is in progress at Rosetta It is con ducted by Rev Roberts the pastor Last Sunday was a big day there It was an all day meeting with diune- on the ground Five hundred people were in attendance The meeting will continue this WeeK Dinner on the grounds every day Creditable Performance Frenchs New Sensation gave a creditable performance at the river Thursday night to a full house The orchestra was superior to those carrie showIespecially mor- II amorous parts provoked a good deall of laughter Mr Frenchs show has won the reputation of being clean and uptodate and always draw large crowd here Receiving Shed and Truck Way Last week a large receiving shed and platform for nut and vegetables I to be packed by the Polk Packing sidlofI e I A long truck way from the east side alsothaiI y plansII y HARD FOUGHT CASE IS WON Dr J II Hart Gets l350kew Directors of Bank off Hardinsburg Elected OTHER liAR DINS BURG NEWS Hardinsburg Ky July SSpe cial The hard fought case of Lafe Green vs Dr J HHart has just been decided by Judge Weed S Cholf The decision gives Dr Hart a judgment for 1 350 Mr Green has superce ded the judgment and taken an appeal to the Court of Appeals TWO PETITIONS FILED Milton Lockard and Others Ask for election W T Norris Wants Passway Hardinsburg Ky July 28Spe- cialMlIton LockardT JAdkisson R C Henry and others filed a petition in the County Court last Monday praying fur an election upon the pro position as to whether or not spirituous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned In the city of Irvington If the order is granted the election will be held on Wednes day September 30 W T Norris of Big Spring filed a petition asking for a private uassway to the Big Spring and Leitohfleld road Jas Harned John Meador and H E Minter were pointed HS a com missioner to report upon the necessity for the pass way and to assess the dam ages ColdrLixutlvo Ilromo Quinine TiibleUtl cure a Old In owduy No Cure No Pay Prlen Me New Members Bank Directory Hardinsbnrg Ky July SSpeo ittl The Hon H M Jolly retired as a director of the Bank of Har dinsburg and the following new direc tors have been elected Col Lafayette CdVic Robertson of Glendeane and HardIwe aslfollows B F Beard G W Beard Morris Eskridge Col Lafayette AaM Kincheloe Catarrh of the Stomach When the stomach is overloaded when food is taken into it that fails to digest it decays and inflames tha 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 medi cines failed to benefit me until I used Kodol Dyspepsia CureJ R Rhea Coppell Tex Sold by Short S Hay nes k 1f r 4 NNN N N NN NNNN N N NNAN NN NN N NNNN NN NN NNNNN NN4 NNNNNNN jj I I en orI USlness 1903SaturdayI l It- j i 1 1 I MERCHANIiV i statement of the various lines and prices but can assure you that both are all right and when inspected by you will meet with your approval Weiare here for business we are here to sell goods and sell them right Come in and see us Saturday if THEFAIRI I I i W T TIL FORD Proprietor CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY I All goods sold atone priceso you can send your children and buy goods just the same as you could yourself Our prices are guaranteed lowest I S t NNONN+NNN+N NN+ ONNNONNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNO NNN s +4 +NANNNNN NNNNNINOSNNN 4 +I44+ t 1 lNN O NA- n oJ n t y C1 r HE MECHANICS BANK OWENSBORO KY Pay interest on Time Deposit ai follows 5 per cent one year 4 per cent 6 months Send us a check and in return we will tune a Time Deposit note and mail you for the amount- Stockholders are liable for all they are worthJrd Opposite Court House B H POINDEXTER Cashier J L MOORMAN DENTIST omce over Oeliea Hardware Store Prompt attention to all kinds of DenU Work Special attention to FINE GOLD FILLINGS AND WORKJV G BABBA- GEAttorneyatLawt PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR Many years experience in set tling estates All collections reas onable Cloverpsrt Kentucky 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the essential BEEF and January M fpm Meat Ky and Malt cq IDted IwithII blood tonic It digestion and prostration and VYours truly M D of Pharmacy fer Ky NNfss44NN10 6RAUST ARKv 1tll l By CEOftGF BARR MCUTCHEON Copvrlght IfOt by Herbert S Stone WtJoooMoS 1 + bNdH CHAPTER XIV OOKuu pausedTwas the next afternoon she had already shown hIm the palace of a queen the hovel of n pauperI Through the afternoon not one word other than those which might have passed between good friends escaped the lips of either lie was nil Interest she all graciousness Allode the sturdy guard swung open the doors drew the curtain and stood aside for them to pass Into the quiet hull she led him a princess in a gown of gray a courtier In tweeds Inside the doors he paused And I thought you were Miss Gug genslocker he said She laughed with the glee of u child who has charmed and delighted through surprise Am I not a feeble mite to sit on that throne and rule all that comes wlthlu Its reach She directed his attention to the throne at the opposite end of the hull From its seat I calm ly instruct gray haired statesmen weigh their wisdom nud puss upon It as If I were Demosthenes challenge the evils that may drive monarchs mad and wonder if my crown is on rtrulght Let me be ambassador from the Inlted States and kneel at tile throne tour highness I could not engage In a Jest with he crown my ancestors wore Mr Lorry It is sacred thou thoughtless Amer- Ican Come we will draw nearer that you may see the beauty of the work manship In that great old chair They stood at the base of the low velveted stage on which stood the chair with its high buck Its massive arms and legs ashlmmer In the light front the lofty windows It was of gold In laid with precious stgmesdiamonds- rubles emeralds sapphires and other wondrous Jewelsa relic of ancient GraustarkI sit In the center AIwuyn at one side or the other usually leaning my elbow on the arm You see the discussions are generally so long and dreary that I become fatigued One tlmeI am ashamed to confess ItIwent to sleep on the throne That was long ago I manage to keep awake very well of late Do you like my throneroomV And to think that It is yours It Is this room that gives me the right to be hailed with Long live the princess Not with campaign yells and Hurrah for Yetlve How does that sound Hurrah for Yetive She was laughing merrily Dont say it It sounds sacrilegious revolting For over three years since I was eighteen 1 have been supreme in that chair During the years of my reign prior to that time I sat there with my Uncle Caspar standing beside me How often I begged him to sit down with me There was so much room and he certainly must have grown tired of standing One time I cried because he frowned at me when I persisted in the presence of a great assemblage of no bles front Dawsbergcn It seems that It was a most important audience that I was granting but I thought more at- m uncles tired old legs I remember saying through my sobs of mortltlca tlou that I would have him beheaded You are to guess whether that startling threat created consternation or mirth What a whimsical little princess you must have been weeping and pout Ing and going to sleep he laughed And how sedate and wise you have become Thank you How very nice you ore I have felt all along that some one would discern my effort to be dig nlfled and sedate They say I am wise and good and gracious but that Is to be expected They said that of sover eigns as far back as the deluge Ive heard Would you really like to see me In that old chair she asked Ah you are still a woman be said amlllng at her pretty vanity Noth Ipg could Impress me more pleasantly Sbe stepped carelessly and impulsive ly upon the royal platform leaned against the arm of the throne and with the charming blush of consciousness turned to him with the quickness of a guilty conscience eager to hear his praise but fearful lest ho secretly condemned her conceit His eyes were burning with the admiration that knows no defining and his breath canto quick and sharp through parted lips He Involuntarily placed a foot upon the bottom step as if to sprint to her side You must not come up here she cried shrinking back her hands extended In llutterlng remonstrance I cannot permit that at nil I beg your pardon he cried That Is all the humble plebeian can say That I may be more completely under ConstipationD- oes your head ache Pain back of your eyes Bad taste in your mouth Its your liver 1 Ayers Pills are liver pills They cure consti pation headache dyspepsia 25c All druggists beanntulbrownBUCKINGHAMS DYE wrreers 10 eta er DoiMAMTt e R P MAIL A tfo bw NM I Jli nrl DR FENNE- RSKIDNEY and Backache KidneysBladder Also Rheumatlim Back- acheHeartDlleaaeOravel Dropiy Female Trouble CURE Dont become discouraged There II a cure for you It necessary write Dr Fenne 110 lice spent a life time curing Just such cases ILSOUrs All consultations Free A gravel lodged In my bladder After using a few bottles of Dr Fenner Kldne and Backache Cure 1 passed a gravel halt as large as a marble The medicine prevented further formation I was cured W T OAKES OrrlxlVa DrnorgliU 50c II Ask for Cook Book Fril U QT I VITUSDANCEI SurenneCure FredonlaN1 Circular Dr for Sale liy Short Hayncs this fairy spell pray cant miuui uself the robe of rank and take up the scepter Perhaps I may fall upon my faceAnd hurt your head all over again she said laughing nervously She lies itated for a moment perplexed frown crossing her brow Then she Jerked a rich robe from the back of the throne and placed it about her shoulders as only a woman can Taking up the scepter she stood before the great chair anti with a smile on her lips held it above his head saying softly Graustark welcomes the American prince He sunk to his knee before the real princess kissed the hem of her robe and arose with face pallid The chasm was now endless lu its Immensity The princess gingerly seated herself on the throne placed her elbow on the broad arm her white chin in her hand and tranquilly surveyed the voiceless Amer- Ican prince You have not said Thank you she said finally her eyes wavering beneath his steady gaze 1 am only thinking bow easy it would be to cross the gulf that lies between us With two movements of my body I can place It before you with a third I can be sitting at your side It U not so difficult after all he said hungrily eying the broad chair No man unless a prince ever sat upon this throne She said You have called me a prince Oh I Jested she cried quickly com prehending his Intention I forbid youHer command came too late for ho was beside her on the throne of Gran stark She sat perfectly rigid for a moment Intense fear lu her eyes Do you know what you have done she whispered miserably Usurped the throne he replied assuming an IRe and complacence he did not feel Truly he was guilty of un precedented presumption- You have desecrateddesecrated- Do you hear she went on paying no attention to his remark Peccavl Ah your highness I de light In my sin For once I am u pow er I speak front the throne You will not have me abdicate In the zenith of my glory lie kind most gracious one Ilesldes did you not once cry because your uncle refused to sit with you Had he been the possessor of n dangerous wound as I am mud had he found himself so weak that lie could stand no longer I nm sure he would hove done IIII I have sat down In pref erence to falling limp at your feet You do not know how belly I am wound 4 be pleaded with the subtlest dou ble meaning Why should you wound me she asked plaintively You have no right to treat the throne 1 occupy as a sub- Ject for pranks and Indignities I did not believe you could be so forgetful There was a proud and pitiful resent ment In her voice that brought him to his souses at once He hind defiled her throne In shame and humiliation he criedI am a fool an ingrate You have been too gentle with me For this despicable net of mine I cannot ask pardon and it would be beneathVou to grant it I have hurt you and I can never atoiie I forgot how sacred Is your throne Let me depart in disgrace He stood erect as if to forsake the throne he had stained but she swayed by a complete reversal of feet lug timidly pleadingly touched bis attn Stay It is my throne after all 1 shall divide it as well as the sin with you Sit down again I beg of you For a brief spell I would rule beside a man who Is fit to be asking but who li a desecrator There can be no hahn and no one shall be the wiser for this sentimental departure from royal cus tom We are children anyhow mere children With an exclamation of delight he re umed his position beside her Ills land trembled as be took up hers to carry it to his lips We are children playing with fire he murmured this grate this fool She allowed her hand to He limply in his her head sinking to the back of the chair When her hand was near his feverish lips cool and white and trusting lie checked the upward progress Slowly he raised his eyes to study her face finding that hers were closed the semblance of a smile touching her lips as if they were in a happy dream The lips The lips The lips The nadncss of love rushed Into his heart the expectant hand was forgotten his every hope and every desire measured itself against his discretion as be looked upon the tempting face Could he kiss those lips but once his life would be complete With a start she opened her eyes doubtless at the command of the masterful ones above The eyes of blue met the eyes of gray In a short sharp struggle and the blue went down in meocidar Ills lion txlumnbed elowlv 4 1lhTbll atJ drawing closer and closer OB It restrain ed and Impelled by the same emotion arrogant love eniyour eyes darling he whispered and she obeyed Then their lip- smether first kiss of hovel She trembled from bend to foot per fectly powerless beneath the spell Again he kissed a princess on her throne At this second kiss her eyes grew wide with terror and she sprang front his side standing before him like one bereft of reason iOb my God What have you done she walled He staggered to his feet dizzy with Joy Hat cried a gruff voice from the doorway and the guilty ones whirled to look upon the witness to their bliss ful crime Inside the curtains with carbine leveled at tile bead of the American stood Allode the guard his face distorted with rage The princess screamed and leaped between Lorry and the threatening carbine Allodo she cried in frantic terror He angrily cried out something in his native tongue and she breathlessly imploringly replied Lorry did not un derstand their words but he knew that she bad saved him from death at the hand of her loyal erring guard Al lode lowered his gun bowed low and turned his back upon the throne liehe would have killed you she said tremulously her face the picture of combined agony and relief She remembered the blighting kisses and then the averted disaster You what did you say to him he asked 1Ioh I will not tell youl she cried I beg of you- I I told him that he was towas to put down his gun- I know that but why be persisted Inch to save you stupid How did you explain thethe He hesitated generously I told him that I had not beenthat I bad not been Say Itl- Thnt 1 had not been offended I she gasped standing stiff and straight with eyes glued upon the obedient guardYou were noU he rapturously cried I said it only to save your life 11 she cried turning fiercely upon him I shall never forgive you never You must goyou must leave here at once Do you bear I cannot have you near me now I cannot see you again What w Allodc site cried in frantic terror have I given you the right to say of me Stop It Is as sacred as Yes yes I understand I trust you but you must got Find some excuse to give your friend and go today Go now she cried intensely first putting her bands to her temples then to her eyes Without waiting to bear his remonstrance if indeed be had the power to utter one she glided swiftly toward the curtains allowing him to follow at his will Dazed and crushed at the sudden end to everything be dragged his footsteps after At the door she spoke in low imperative tones to the motionless Allode who dropped to his knees and muttered d reverential rev spouse As Lorry passed beneath the hand that held the curtain aside be glanced at the face of the man who had been witness to their weakness He was looking straight ahead and from his expression it could nethave been detected that he knew there was a man on earth save himself In the ball she turned to him her face cold and pale I have fdithful guards about me now Allode has sold he did notsee you in the throneroom He will die before he will say otherwise she said her lips trembling with shame By your command By my request I dea not command fly men to lie Side byqlde they passel down the julet hull silent thoughtful the strain f death upon their hearts I shall obey the only command you have given then This day I leave the castle You will let me come againto see you There can be no harm No You must leave Graustark at once I she Interrupted the tones low I refuse to go I shall remain in Edelweiss near you Just so long as I feel that I zany be of service to you I cannot drive you out asI would afc thlqf she said polnteqlyd V At the top of the broad blulreasc het held but his hand and murmuredIi Goodby your hlghneflsV1 Goodby she said simply placing her band in his after a moments hesi tation Then she left him An hour later the two Americans one strangelyI subdued the other curl ous excited and impatient stood before the castle waiting for the carriage Count Halfont was with them begging them to remain as he could see no rea son for the sudden leavetaklne Lorn l11 i Y v- r M Ij J M1 Yt TJ HssuTCa mm rant racy noa trespasses long enough on the courts hospitality and that be would feel much more com fortable atHuefyotel Anguish looked narrowly fit hls frlends face but said nothing He was beginning to under standLet us walk to the gates The count j will oblige us by instructing the couch man to follow said Lorry eager to be off Allow me to Join you in the walk gentlemen said Count Caspar immediately instructing a lackey to send the carriage after them He and Lorry walked on together Anguish lingering behind having caught sight of the Countess Dagmar That charming and unconventional piece of nobility promptly followed the prime ministers example and escorted the remaining guest to the gate For down the walk Lorry turned for a last glance at the castle from which love had banished him Yetive was standing on the balcony looking not at the monastery but at the exile She remained there long after the carriage bad passed her gates bearing the Americans swiftly over the white Castle avenue and there were tears lu her eyes TO BE CONTINUED 1 2 t fJ t AtOnHalf Cat Lion Coffee has better etiangtlarid flavor than many socall ed fancy brands Bulk coffee at tbe tame price isI not to be com pared with Uon in quality la I lbatr tlPtseamed acbs Mrs J A McDonald Dead Hawesville Ky July 28Mrs JA McDonald wife of a merchant and postmaster at Petrie this connty died after a lingering illness of consumption t fOLmIlONEY 1Dmtmmn tK ccmH uad hs3a1anNa LOGAN COLLEGE FOR YOUNG LADIES i RUSSELLVILLE KY Fall Term Opens Wednesday September 10th 1903tt A boarding school for girls exclusively For Six Years of successful cork A practical education obtained under the very best home and religious Influence Thorough and extensive courses In Language Literature Science Mathematics Music Art Elocution and Physical Culture Faculty composed of highly educated Christian women each one a specialist In her depart mentCampus large and beautiful Building a massive brick comfortable well furnished supplied with bath room and electric lights hates exceedingly low for the excellent anvantagcs and comforts offered Those Interested are requekted to write for a copy of our beautiful catalogue Address the Iresldent B E ATKINS N M H GABBERT of 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9f471LAAilkAAAilAokiAA7tS1115157lllitSlAiA i1AAiYAitR kACI Advertise I- 1tNi 1A TivrYc I NOT nAu Is T KNOTT- o To be seen in 1 GREGORY COS j YELLOW PINE t WEATHERBOARDING i0 I PRICE 16 PER i 1000 FEET i1 i i+ttN O NeNNNNNt NON F CHINTZ ROYATLY Practical SurveyorA- LSO Notary Public- I can survey your lands write your deeds and take the acknowledge ment at your homesthls saves you trouble and costs your patronage so licited address me at Mar dinsburg Ky FARMING IN THE SOUTH The Passenger Department of the Illlnol Central Railroad Company Is Issuing monthly clrcularsconeernin fruit growing vegetable theMatesIsslppl and Louisiana Every farmer or Uomeseeker who will forward Ills name and address to tlto undersigned will be mailed tree Circulars Nos 1 2 34 and 5 and others as they are published from month to month P W HARLOW D P A Louisville Ky AMERICAS fB ESTEditorially Fearless Consistently Republican News from all of the World Wei written original storiesAnswers to queriesArticles on 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CINCINNATI OH- IOFOLEYSKIDNEYCOR6 Makes Kidneys and Bladder Right t 4y The BreckenrIdge News WEDNESDAY JULY 29 1903 CHRONOLOGY OF POPE LEO XIJI Born at Carplneto March 2 1810 Entered college at Rome 1834 Ma ricnlated at Gregorian university 1830 Enterea college of noble ecclesiastics 1832 Appointed domestic prelate by Uregory XVI 1887 Referendarj to court of Segnatura March 10 137 Order of priesthood conferred December 31 1837 Apostolic delegate at Benuevento 18371841Govein or of Spoleto 18411843 Papal nuncio at Brussels 18431845 Made arch bishop of Perugia 1840 Created Cardinal December 10 1833 Made cardinal camerlengo July 1877 Elected pope February 20 1878 Revived Roman Catholic hierarchy in Scotland March 4 1878 Encyclical condemning communism socialism and nihilism December 28 1878 Encyclical against heresy and socialism November C 1882 Recognized unity of Italy October 7 1883 En cyclical condemning liberalism Nov ember 0 1S85 Celebrated golden jubilee 1887 Celebrated grand jubilee 1838 Encyclical on socialism and labor May 10 1801 Celebrated episcopal jubilee February 1803 Issued appeal to England for reunion of Christendom Apnl 14 1894 Celebrated sixtieth anniversaryI of his first mass Februa ry 131808 Declared 1000 a year of universal jubilee May 111800 Held consistory and created eleven new I cardinals June 0 18CO CelebratedI 00th birthday March 2 1100 Cele brated twentyfifth anniversary of his election as pope February 20 1003 Died July 20 1003 Cures Kidney and Bladder Troubles Deep Seated Cases Aching Back Mucous Discharges Etc For old obstinate deepseated Kid ney Bladder and Urinary diseases take a bottle of Botanic Kidney Specific If you have agonizing pains in back swollen legs or abdomen die charges from the uretha neuralgia of the bladder burning sensation or difficulty in passing water also a frequent desire or even involuntary discharges of the urine Catarrh of the bladder atone Brights disease disagreeable odd of the urine scanty and hign colored your kidneys and bladder are diseased Take Botanic Kidney Specific Soon all the syptoms disappear discharges ceaseaches in the back die appear The burning sensation stops and a perfect cure is guaranteed Botanic Kidney Specific gives strength power and health to the kid neys 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 Irs Dixon Will be Acquitted Word has been received at Evans villa to the effect that Mrs Martha Dixon of Perry county Ind will be acquitted on the charge of poisoning her husband Bonaparte Dixon last spring She will attempt to prove he died of la grippe It will also be shown tnat his stomach hich was said to contain poison had been tampered with She is out on bail as previously stated in the News No False Claims The proprietors of Foleys Honey and Tar do not advertise this AS a sure cure for consumption They do not claim it will cure this dread complaint in advanced cases but do positively assert that it will cure in the earlier stages and never fails to give comfort and relief in the worst cases Foleys Honey and Tar is without doubt the greatest threat and lung remedy Refuse substitutes A R Fisher Laxative B1 mfi0Qec- uas a Cold inOne Day Grip In 2 Days I I on everyII Under New Ownership Hugh Ditto of Brandenburg Ben ClarKson of Big Spring and Vance Kintfof wensboro who were tried and acquitted at Owensboro on the charge of burning the Owensboro Pants Manufacturing Companys factory have sold their interests in the con cern to Mr Frank Brown who was prior to tne burning of the factory last spring superintendent Mr Brown has bought the entire stock of piece goods and madeup stock and began making up the goods Monday The machinery was only lightly dam ages by the fire and has been repaired The price for the stock was not given Tourist Sleeping Cars to Colorado Loave Chicago dally through the summer on the 11 30 pm train Chicago Northwestern Ry Only 350 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 M Breeze 435 Vine Street Cinclnnti Ohio Gl 2b 4 I had sorofula and erysipelas for eight een years until I heardOf Golden Medical Discovery writes Mr Hilery Koons of Queens W Va When I commenced to take this medicine I weighed one hundred and thirty pounds I have taken six bottles of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery and three vials of his Pleasant Pellets and am glad to say I feel like a new man I now weigh one hun dred and seventyfive pounds When I had used one bottle of the medicine I could feel it was helping me I realize Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery is the best medicineon earth Dr Pierces Golden Medical Dis covery purifies the blood and en tirely eradicates the poisons that breed and feed disease It cures scrofula eczema erysipelas boils pimples and other eruptions that mar and scar the skin Pure blood is essential to good health The weak rundown debilitated con dition which so many people ex perience is commonly the effect of impure blood Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery not only cleanses the blood of impurities but it in creases the activity of the blood making glands and it enriches the body with an abundant supply of pure rich blood FREE Dr Pierces Common Sense Medical Adviser is sent free on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing only Send 21 onecent stamps for the book in paper covers or 31 stamps for the clothbound volume Address Dr R V Pierce BuffAlo N V A Ministers Labors Prom an Open let r In August Century Apart from the labors that fruit in to pulpit ministration and pastoral and public service is no accounting to be made of the mental strain and the spiritual travail which are an inalienable part of the ministerial calling Nut only does the minister carry on his heart the sorrows of n great many persons who look to him for succor but there are hours when the tide of his own faith ebbs Is a ministers fight with his doubts worth anything to the world 1 Because he always seems sure of his hold on the eternal verities is it to be tnonght that he is content to pass on to others a merely traditional faith instead of one that has been wrought out In long hours of painfnl questioning and wrought at lust triumphantly into the very texture of his own life The effort which a minister makes to keep and broadeu to intensify and maKe real his own faith to adjust it to the growing light of science Is as necessary and as noble a part of his work as anything that he does Accidents at Toblnsport A fine horse belonging to Jas Weatherholt of Toblnsport Ind while on pasture one day last week became entangled in a barbed wire fence and was badly cut over the body before rescued from its danger ous position Mr Tate the only man in the neighborhood with a pair of wire clippers saved the animal It will not be able to work fur several week It is valued ut X75 Waldo Simons met with a peculiar accident Wednesday He was sitting in his barn with his arms folded and holding his horse by the bridle The whistle of n thresher in the nelgnbornood blew and the horse jumped wrenching and painfully bruising Mr Simons arms Just About Bedtime take a little Early Riser it 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 Building Gasoline Launch Master Mechanic P D Plank is building a gasoline launch at the shops which he will use as a pleasure craft It Is 12 feet long has a 4ftbean and will be propelled by a 13 horsepower engine The boat is made of heavy strong timber and will be as seaworthy as a larger craft The boat and engine are both of Mr Planks construction and pattern Foleys Kidney Cure purifies the blood by straining out impurities and tones up the whole system Cures kidney and bladder troubleA R Fisher Monuments From J E Keith Son Mr Wash Black of Lodibnrg was in the city Wednesday and bought a nice tablet from J E Keith Son Mr J B Dntechke of Webster wua here also and bought a fine monument from this firm Last week J E Keith Son erected a fine family monument for C L Beard at Hardinsbunr CaSTOnXABears the- Signature The Kind Yoa Have Mvwrs Bought of x p New Ouns f r Militia Jackson Ky July 22Adjutant General Mqrray received today a com mnnication from the War Department at Washington stating that under the thirteenth section of the Dick bill there ware at Washington 1140 KragJorgensen rifles awaiting his order These rifles are to be fur nished the men who were inspects by Major Buck the United States Inspecting Officer who lately made a tour through Kentucky There yet remains to DO inspected the Shelbyville Jynthiana Spring field Mayevflle anti Frankfort Infantry companies and the cavalry company at Pinevllle andUKrags will be furnished each enlist luau when the inspection is completed Casslus Marcellus Clay Dead Cossius Marcellus Clay the sage of Whitehall and one of the most unique characters that ever figured In the history of Kentucky passed away KyWednesdayninety third year and died of cystitis Try our want column for your wants Quarterly Statement UF THE FARMERS BANK HARDINSBURG KY At close of business June 30 1003 KKSOUKCES Loons and Discounts F 1517184 Bond 5000W Due from National Hunks 01418 377817Furnltureand tal7s6s3 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid In I 750000 Undivided Profits jll26 Deposits 24000 31 78tltl9- T Jno D Shaw Cnsliteruf the above named lank do soi tnulyswearthnt the tortltollllt statement IIs true to the best of my knowledge and teller JNO I SHAW Cashier Sworn t before me by Jno D Shaw this 1st day of July 11KB VfK UARNES NI1 B C Quarterly Report OP T- HIiBreckinridge Bank CLOVERPORT KY At the close of business on the 30th day of June 1003 KESOUKCE3 Loans nnd discounts E 119419 2I Overdrafts unsecured 209 81 Due from NationalHanks J 22387 S3 Due from Stute Hanks and bunkers 12019 90 34357 89- a12 Flanking house anlot 3734 it Other stocks and bonds 03833 70 Specie 827950 Currency d 4W5 W- Kurnlturetind llU 50 fiuurtw 2104 Stt- F 211034 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In Inrush f 43100 06 Surplus fund 6755 ttO Undivided profits 400 00 Deposits subject to check on which Inter 1 est Is not paid 07038 8J Time certificates of de posits on which Inter est IIs paid 11980123 IMItSQ 1 Unpuld dividend Spur ct declared this day 1353 po Fund to pay tuxes 818 Si I 211 04- STATK = or lrJ TUOKYisCounty of Hr ckenrldge II A It Slcillnmn Cashier of the Bracken ridge Hunk u hunk located and doing bust floss ou Wall street In the city of Cloverport In said county being duly sworn says that the foregoing report Is In all respects u true statement of the condition of the wild Hank at the close of business on the 3Cth day ol June WOO to tho test of his knowledge and ellefaml further says that the business of said Hank has been transacted at the loa Lion named and not elsewhere and that the abort report Is made In compliance with an otllclal notice received from the Secretary of State designating the 30th day of July 1003 as the day on which such report shall be madeA B SKILLMAN Cashier J T SKILLMAN I W II BOWMEH V Directors F L LIGHTKOOTl Subscribed and sworn to before me by A H Skillman Cashier the 2nd day of June 1003 CHARLES B SKILLMAN N P B 0 Iy commission expires Jan 10 lOOt Quarterly Report- OF THE TWO STATES BANK At the close of business June 30th lOOj RESOURCES Loans and discounts i 15293 01 Due from National Hanks 11003338 10928 M Specie 460 43 Currency 1423 00 1835 43 Furniture and Fixtures 1513 63 Current expenses lust quarter 17183 Current explast quarter ending March 31st 4JO i 3 S9Z 60 130514 04 LIABILIVIE3 Capital stock paid in S i500 00 Surplus fund G03 37 Deposits subject tocheck 43S4emunddeposit on which In terest ts paid 5578 S3 2210567 30214 04 JOHNS ADAIR Cashier R A I U A SMITH I Directors G W IAYNE f l58ConntyI I John S Adair Cashier of The Two States Hank a tank located and doing business In the town ot Stephensport to said county being duly sworn says the foregoing report Is In all respects a true statement of the condition of the said Hank at the close of busi ness on the 30th day of June 1903 to tho of his knowledge and belief and further says that the business of said Bank hue been transacted at the location named and not elsewhere and that the above report Is made In compliance with an official notice received from tho Secretary of State designating the 30th day of June 1903 as tho day on which such report shall b bo made Subscribed and sworn to before me by John S Adalr Cashier tho 1st day of July 1003 VMP HOOK Olerk BY L f HELM D 0 6 Is an Ideal food it for every organ the is what knoW is and at the same time does not make river fire out blood G aJim r do not Oa BO and hot up a fire and and I A dish of 6 a of cream Is the food to fit our whimIAnd us cool laughed c Force I ML The ReadjtoSerre Cereal a blood heaterI Ideal Summer Food U Force summer because contains elements nourishing of body easily digested creates we vigor a of of the IEUCT STASTON W13 Summer days close Build stew steams Force bowl just keeps Sunny Jim not hn n OUR BRANDS SILVER CROWN Second Patent OUR BEST First Pate- ntFAMILY XXX CUSTOM GRINDING L D ADDISON ADDISON XY rFitSfut Bank iiIRVINGTON KY R WIMP VicePresident H H KKMPKR Cashier Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited Interest Paid on Time Deposits L1 Bank of Hardinsburg B F BEARD President M II BEARD Cashier DIRECTORS- R M JOLLY G W BEARD MORRIS ESKRIDGE Insured against loss by fire or burglary Interest paid on time deposits The Central Trust CoOWENSBORO KY DIRECTORS 4 R S HUGHES Pres LAWSON RENO VPreBlG T HERR Sec Treas A J BRODIE J S H KIGEL F T GUNTHER W H FURGUSON R A HAGAN C L MOREHEAD We pay interest on Time Deposits 5 per cent 12 Months 4 per cent 6 Months We loan this money on renl estate only There is not an instance in tho United States where a Trust Estate CompanyWe Trust Com pany Business and tho business is in tho harms of experienced officers and are fully equipped in every way haying the strongest Fire and Burglar proof vaults and 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 receive prompt and carefulattention Storage place for packages in our fireproof vaultfurnished our customers free NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IIMPROVEMENTS Interest paid on time deposits d 4 4 OCl j r e zp r 1 SRECKENRIDGE NEWS UNO D end V G BABBAQE Editor and Proprietor t === et leaned Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year or 1125 if paid at the end of year I OARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged or at the rate of 10 cents per line OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money In advance t WEDNESDAY JULY 29 1003 EIGHT PAGES The Kentucky Press association met at Lexington last week and was royally entertained by the citizens anll local members of the Press The keys of the city were handed over by Mayor Duncan and for two days I twas a merry go round of sight seeln and entertainment Lexington iIs w a city of beautiful homes institutions f of learning and education No other city in the State is so well equippe along these lines The Eastern Asylnm the Reform School and the State Col r lege were nil visited by the member of the association in a body and shown through these Institutions The State and arearo a credit to anv certainly well conducted and managed One that has never visited these institutions has very littlo idea of what is being done for the nnfortnnat creatures who are sent there The Reform school is certainly a great Institution and a revelation to person who are not acquainted with its meth ode of caring for the boys and girls The association spent a most enjoy able afternoon as guests of the Sn perintendent and Commissioners Edi tor Walton who is one of the Commissioners was especially courteous The News wants to thank the good citizens of Lexington and especially the Press of that city for a roya good time We enjoyed the stay enjoyed meeting the members of the Association and everything connects with the trip It was ont of the best meetings we have attended in years n HARDINSBURG County Court day last Monday Mrs Judith Ball visited her daugh ter near Custer list wee Mrs M J Thomas is visiting her parents near Derby Ind Dr R T Dempsterof Glendeane was in the city lust Monday- T J Moore of MeDaniels was in town several days of last week Jas GBrodie spent last Sunday al Brandenburg the guest of friends Miss Alliena Murray of Cloverport is the guest of Mr and Mrs M H Beard The sheriff mnde several sales of land for taxes at the court house door MondayThe colored folks gave a picnic here last Saturday It was largely attendedMiss Murray has returned home from a visit to relatives at CloverportMiss Severs of Cloverport if be charming guest of Miss Judith E DeJarnette Miss Eva Cashman of Denver Col is visiting Misses Margaret and Ro berta Brodie Miss Mary J Mattingy of near MeDaniels spent several days of last week in the city Miss Georgya Robertson of Glen deane came up last Saturday to attend the Hawks lecture Sheriff F P Payne Jno A Barry and John Jennings of Cloverport were in the city last Monday Mrs Rattle Walker and son of Anaconda Mont are visiting her mother Mm Margaret May Miss Lelia McGary has returned nome from a visit to Miss Ada Hen derson and other friends at Webster Mr and Mrs P M Beard were the guests of Mr and Mrs D S Richardson at Union Star Sunday- R S Dowell and C C Martin ol Big Spring were here lust Monday on business before the County Court Mr and Mrs Frank Shellnian will move to Wehb Miss next week They will bo missed by a large circK of friends Miss Basham of Union Star wh had been the guest of Mr and Mrs Gus D Shellman returned to hei home last week- Remember the Masonic excursior from Fordsville tc Louisville and re turn 1 from all Branoh stations Sun day August 2nd 100JJ Miss Nita heard who has been the guest of her grandparents Mr and Mrs G W Beard returned to hei home in Louisville Friday Mrs Sallie Board and son Amot Board left last Friday for Denver Cot to be with her son Kenneth who is ill with typhoid fever Mrs Bottle Wnltehead of Vint Grove was the guest of Miss Tuln U Daniel last week She delivered a missionary address at the M E church South last Wednesday even ing I LOD1BURQ Lodibnrg is on a boom H H Johnson has his new store house nearly completed and will give a music party and foe cream supper Wednesday night July 20 All are invited to attend U 0 Grant wife and two children spent Saturday and Sunday visiting relatives near Sample Windfield Hendry and Myrna Cast man attended the picnic at Rhodeli last Saturday and report a tine time Victor Orendorf was the guest of Gertrude Keys Sunday Several from this neighborhood will attend the picnic at Garfield next Saturday August 10 Dott Basham and brother Nathan- Iel of Louisville are visiting Mrs Jesse Payne and other relatives Annie Parks Is spending the week at Bewleyville the guest of Misses Annie and Lenie Compton- H N Hardin spent part of las week at Addison the guest of his sister Mrs Win Gibson Mr B Johnson spent a few day visiting his son H H Johnson last week Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J Cenney Co Toledo O- We the undersigned have Known F J Chenney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financial able to carry out any obligations iiiadi by their firm West Truax Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Walding Kinnan fc Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 75o- per bottle Sold by all Druggists Halls Family Pills are the bust ATTRACTIVE PROGRAM For Hlsslonary fleeting to be Held at Garfield During Leitchfield Presbytery Aug I Irvington Ky July i8Spe salMr S B Payne chairman of the Sundayschool Committee of the jeitchfleld Presbytery makes the fol owing announcement of a Missionary ueetlng the program to be found be ow This meeting will be held in the new Presbyterian church at Gar tied Aug 1 at 70 p in during the meeting of the Presberty Program rue Origin of the Society Mrs P L Clagott The Object of the SocietyRev LM Woosley The Work of the Society Miss E Netherton and Miss Vienna Woos Ie- The Relation of the Pastor to the Work Rev R H Montield The Relation of the Session to the WorkRev Eli Harned The Best Methods to Make our Anxs Interesting Mrs Eli Harned The Best Means to be used to Arouse Interest Rev N G Cnndiff and Rev R H Montield Benefit derived from these Societies and Results to the Present Time Mrs P L Clag- ettOlZgTORIE3 lean thethe Kind You Hata Always Bought Siguture Jot Births Born to the wife of Alf Taylor of Rosetta a boy Alfred Milton Born to the wife of Jas Mitcham I girl Born to the wife of Oscar Pate near town a girl Two Bottles Cured Him I was troubled with kidney com plaint for about two years writes A H Davit of Mt Sterling Ia but two bottles of Foleys Kidney Jute effected a permanent cure A R Fisner Ferry Proving a Success Brandenburg Ky July 8Spe- cnlG H Casperkes new gasoline erry boat is bringing a number of icople to town and all of them come nostly totrrtde which helps the mer chants The expense of running the scat Is small when compared to the enetit redounding to the community For a lazy liver try Chamberlains tomach and Liver Tablets They nvigorate the liver aid the digestion regulate the bowels and prevent ulious attacks For sale by Short n5 Haynes Infant Dies Irvington Ky July 28Special The Infant child of Mr and Mrs Jharles Sill died last week The in erment took place at High Plains Many friends extend sympathy to thE icreaved parents f PIANOS ORGANS U IRVINGTON Mr and Mrs Stiles have left for their home In Louisville Ky Miss Jones of Louisville is the guest ot Miss Dolly Ciayromb Mrs James Smith was visitin her sister at Paynesville last week The Irvington nine played Hlg Spring a good game on Saturday last Miss Brandenburg leaves to day Monday for her nome at Grayhamp tonDr Marshalls family are expecte home from Tar Springs today Mot dayHenry Morton of Owensboro was here to attend church services last SundayRev John F Knue formerly of Aurora Ind visited Father Zoellei last week Miss Buoy Esterty one of Louis villes prettiest young ladles was here Thursday Mr White and sonCullnmhave left for a visit TO Mr Whites old horn In MichiganC of Union Star came up to be present at the funera of Mrs Gardner Mrs George Lyddan and Georg Dana have gone to Vine Grove to see Dr Latham Miss McAteer of Louisville is the company of Mrs Piggott and Mrs Wather for a week Mrs J T Biggs spent Saturda and Sunday with her daugnter Mrs Blame at Stephensport Miss Jennie Mibol Harris am Miss Jane Smith of Cloverport are visiting Mrs Harry White Miss Ella Munford has returned from a three weeks stay In Louis rule the guest of Miss Tydlngs Thomas Bandy who has been con tined to his room for more than two monthsis some better at this writing Miss Barr of Owensboro and Miss Ada Bell Henderson of Webster were the guests of Mrs Graves last weekMiss Nancy Pusey of Chicago arrived Saturday and is the guest af her grandmother Mrs Mary E Munford Mr and Mrs Sandy Hendry of West Point were hero to attend the funeral and burial of Mrs lien tlrys mother Little Miss Cora Schmitt and Louis McCartheny of Louisville are wits their uncle Rev Augustus Zoeller nt Mt Morino Mr and Mrs Henderanee Kate Washington and two daughters are at their uncles Mr Washington for a two weeks visit News from Mrs Jonas Lyon al Martinsville Ind reports little Hu berts improvments Hubert is a sufferer from rheumatism Miss Lois Newman of York Neb who has been the guest of her uncle Mr P P Robert has left for a visit to her grandfather at Concor diaJesse Herndon has purchased a fine farm of John L Henry and Mr Heurj will locate in Irvington We will gladly welcome such good solid fair minded people as Mr and Mrs Hen ry Miss Addie English who has beet in fating health for sometime has returned from Louisville where she went to consult Dr Vance We trust Miss Addle will oe greatly benefited by this trip Miss Eva McGlothlan has returnee from Louisville where she has beer the guest of Miss Earnestine Drury She was accompanied by Muss Mary Jacob Tyler who will be with hei for the week Miss L B McGlothlan was obligee to recall her invitation to the Bap List Young People and others for strip to Brandenburg and a sail h Mr Casperkes beautiful launch ot account of illness Another date will be named soon t The following young folks are en joying a house party this week giver lJiTIi fK iIt This is quite the season for purchasing your piano or organ Why not let me figure with you It may save you several dollars Besides I will sell you only firstclass goods Pianos and organs arc not expensive if purchased with good judgment and you will use your best judgment by visiting this store and seeing the nice pianos I haVeLet me send you a nice catalogue of pianos or organs It is a pleasure to do it Maybe you need something nice in the jewelry line or smaller music goods There is one fine place at your service that is theTI1 W Ba OELZE MUSIC AND JEWELRY STORE CLOVERPORT KY = ALWAYS RELIABLE I Golden Crown Flour J USE IT FOR HEALTHS SAKE ABSOLUTELY PUREIby Miss Garnett Lewis In honor of her cousin Miss Jennie Livers from Dallas Texas Misses Agnes Kirtley Inez Beavin Ciara Carter Eva Shindler and Messrs Clarence Kirtley Tony King Ben Shindler Henry Livers and Bernard Carter- A merry party of ten left here last Thursday morning on the fast train to see Kentuckys great wonder Mammoth Cave They were Misses Mary E Hardaway Annie Payne Pansy Paris Alberta Drnry Lncilo Herndon Mary Wrather Overton and Murray Blanford chaperoned by Mr and Mrs Jesse Herndon They report a fine time Mrs Jerry Genane and little son are visiting Mr Ganane at Lyons Hotel Rev J T Lewis Mr and Mrs Graves and Mrs Calhoun have made arrangements to attend the Chantanqna at Owensboro in August Miss Iva Mudd of Louisville is spending her vacation with the home folks at Oakland Misses Maggie and Julia Green wood were hostess to a dinner party given at Sunrise Slope last week with the following guests Mrs Floyd Roberts and children Mr and Mrs Worland Carter and children Miss Linn Miss Clara Carter and others Miss Cecil Spradlin is spending sometime at Bewleyville with Miss Payne Night Was lice Terror I would cough nearly all nightlong It writes Mrs Chas Applegate of Alexandria Ind and could hardly get any sleep I had consump tion so bad that if I walked a block I would cough frightfully and spit blood but when all other medicines failed three 100 bottles of Dr Kings New Discovery wholly cured me and I gained 58 pounds ItIt is absolutely guaranteed to cure Coughs Colds LaGrippe Bronchitis and all throat and Lung troubles Price 50o and 100 Trial bottle free Short Haynes drug store tdnktaa lat t l aJaflli No Pity Shown For years fate was after me con tinuously writes A Gnledge Ver bena Ala I had a terrible case of Piles causing 24 tumors When all failed Bucklens Arnica Salve cured me Equally good for Burns and all aches and pains Only1 25o at Short Haynes Drug Store- Hardware Deal Closed The invoicing of H A Oelze Sons stock of hardware was corn pleted last week and the goods were bought by Conrad Payne Co at the invoice price Thursday the work of removing the goods to the building occupied by Conrad Payne Co was begun As the stock carried by Conrad Payne Co is already of large size more shelves were placed in the rear of the building to accommodate the new stock The ware house in the rear of the store will be used for the storage of the heavier goods such as farming implements buggies and wagons etc CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of Strike Excellent Flow of Water In the second well sunk at the Murray Roofing Tile companys plant by Stiles Morgan an excellent flow of water was struck at a depth of 05 feet The first well which was a failure was a few feet from the ooiler room The last well is near the gas well and will furnish a sufficient supply of water for all general purposes When Other Medicines Have Failed Take Foleys Kidney Cnre It has cured when everything else has disap pointedA R Fisher t 1c II Resigns as Superintendent Hawesvllle Ky July 23 William S Givens Superintendent of tom mon Schools of this county today offered his resignation to Judge Steph ens to take effect August 10 next MrrGivens has accepted a position as I traveling State agent for the New England Mutual Life Insurance JlmIpany and will locate in Louisville Judge Stephens has not selected a successor to Mr Givens but there are a number of applicants for the vacant position Among them are M H t Estes J C Bowling John DeJarnettv t and Robert Harrison IForjingotold kind of headache use Ramons Pills They cure the system of the cause of headaches 25 doses 25c Outing In the nountalnstRoscoe Severs the popular civil i engineer who has been surveying intt the Cumberland mountains for the Chespeake Ohio railway compa ny came home last Thursday for a f weeks vacation He will return nextrThursday when he will be accompaniedsi by his brother Byrne who will spend itwo weeks with him in the moan tians They will camp in the wildestttt1 part of Kentucky and will be seven J ty iiiles from the nearest railroad Sound Kidneys are safeguards of life Make the kidneys healthy with Foleys I Kidney CurerA R Fisher Narrow Escape From Death f P losinghis ffarm near Pellville in Hancock county The horses became frightened and he was thrown to the ground He was picked up by the teeth of hefrake and carried a great distance along the ground He was considera bly bruised but otherwise waa kot iInjured tost a e- T ii r fci Mt i iii 4 t iiii TT A FACT JBOUT TUE BLUES What Is known as the Blues it seldom occasioned by actual exist lee external conditions but In the gnt majority of cases by a disorder ed LIVER t THIS IS A FACT which may be demonstra Tuttsdliis They control and regulate the LIVER They bring hope and bouyaacy to the serail They bring health and elastic ky te the body TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JULY 20 1003 Straw hats at costBabbage Son Fresh vegetables dallyBabbage bonV Babbage was in Louisville Wednesday Jamie LaHeist id recovering from an attack of typhoid fever Mack and Louis Miller and Wm White spent Sunday at Holt Fifty dozen jelly glasses at 25o per dozen Babbage Son J T Conner of Rome Ind was visiting in the city last week Al Hennen LaHeist went to Fenley Wednesday to visit Mr and Mrs E G GregoryMrs Gregory returned Wed nesday from a visit to relatives in Evansville ICbas Eleom of New Albany Ind was in the city Friday and Saturday rnbusinessTom ot Hardinsburg was in the city Wednesday greeting his many friends a C E Lightfoot went to Birk City Ky Sunday to visit his aunt Mrs Sarah Pate Mrs Price Graham went to Owens boro Friday to visit her daughter Mrs Wm Minnett Miss Pearl Fella of Addison was the guest of her sister Mrs Ed Gregory lust week Pop coco cola gingerale ice cream lemonade and all kinds of re freshmentsJ Bishop Mr and Mrs Joe MeJohnson came 0 gyp Irom Owen8uoro Thursday to spend two weeks at Tar Springs Miss Nellie Whitehouse went to Bilk City Ky Sunday to spend several days with relatives Mrs R B Piero and son Fred went to Grandview Ind Thursday to visit Rev and Mrs J E Murr Mrand Mrs Richard Skillman came down from Hardinsburg Sunday to visit their sons Abe and Wallace Mrs Grant Gregory returned last week from two weeks visit to Mr and Mrs E O Gregory at Fenley Mr and Mrs W H Bowmer were at the bedside of her brother Mr Jeff Sterret at Hawesville Thursday Miss Jennie Wartield of Lonisvillu Who has been visiting her sister Mrs Frank Frnize retarded home Friday John Bell of Elizabethtwon an ex pert stone cutter has n position in J E Keith Sons Monument Works Mr and Mrs Geo Crist Mr Fletcher Pauley and daughter Grace visited relatives in Owensboro Sun dayFranklin Kinoheloe and Ed Dillon were down from Hardinsburg Thurs day night to see Frenchs New Sensa tion Miss Birdie Smith and Mrs Jennie Lusk and children of Henderson jte the guests of Mr and Mrs J E Keith Rev Jonn F Morton returned Thursday from Pittsburg Pa where he has oeen doing evangelistic work this Bujmmer Remember the Masonic excursion from Fordsville to Louisville and return lfrom All Branch stations Sun day August 2 1003 Strength and vigor come of good food duly digested Force is readytoserve wheat and burley foodI adds np burden but sustalnsnourishes inv orntesIDr and Mrs J T Baker of Har dlnsbnrg were visiting Dan Parish ofI Tobinsport H L Mortons family I of this olty and also relatives in Han cock county last we- ekMothers EarIA WORD lt MOTHMHm RAN I WHtlt- itUKmina ut IHFAHT AND in rH8IMOUTH THAT COM BfrOHM THAT TIMR SCOTTS EMULSION ufpiif THE EXTRA TIIorM 0IMOO M MMCMr aO HfClmmAHY CON MOTHKRAHBCHILDSend for free sample SCOTT It BOWNE chemist 409415 Pearl Street alldtualWYorksac u1 00 1 J n- ti Lunchs and cold drinks J Bishop Fresh bread todayBabbage bou John ABeL Murray went to Bran denburg Saturday Proctor and Sam Keith were in Hardinsburg Friday- C W Kasey of Rosetta was n t Irvlngton Monday- A few boys twopiece suits at cost Babbage Son J A Barry und Dr A A Simons were in Hardln burg Monday Miss Ina Miller of New Albany arrived Sunday to visit relatives Miss Sue Brashear of Union Star is visiting relatives at Midway Ky Have you received one of our 42 piece dinner sets Try oneBaboage SonMiss Adelia Moorman went to Louisville last week to spend some timeMiss Hattie Noble of Leavenworth Iudis visiting her sister Mrs Irvin OBrienThe Cloverport ball team lost in a game with the Tobinsport nine SundayJno Haswell Jr and Matt P Payne of Hardinsburg were in town TuesdayMiss Severs went to Hardins burg Friday to visit Mrs Allie De JarnetteMiss Margaret Clark of Owens boro is visiting her uncle Capt J H Rowland I am enlarging my stock every week Have everything in the confectionary lIneJ Bishop Mrs Rachel Weatherholt whose hip was broken is resting as well as could be expected1 W J Tilford and family came 111 from Cnrdsville Monday to make their home here Between thirty and forty Tobins porters took In Frenchs New Sensa tion Thursday evening Rev T F Walton preached at Gaston Sunday He was accompanied by his little daughter Cecil Morrison Uregorr have painted the roof of The Fair building and of the warehouse in the rear Stephen Lucas and granddaughter Ella May Carman are visiting Mr Henry Carman on the hill Miss Annie Hambleton and C T McClanahan returned Monday from a visit to his mother at Henderson Rev W A Lusk came up from Henderson Monday to spend several days with Mr and Mrs1 E Keith The new gasoline boat Constance will make trips every hour to the big barbecue at Carters Landing Aug 8 Mrs D C Benton of Louisville who has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs O B Mattingly re turned home Saturday Remember the Masonic excursion from Fordsville to Louisville anrt re turn 1 from all Branch stations Sun day August 2nd 1003 Madison Christian of Louisville son of Dr J F Christian a resident of Cloverport In the sixties was vis- Iting in the city Monday W J Tilford has employed David May Chas Patterson Forrest Hay nes of Owensboro and Miss Nellie Whitehouse as clerks in his new store Mrs Henry Head of Rosetta is visiting her old home at Corydon Miss Bettie Taylor of Rosetta is keeping house for her whlie she is goneMrs Sallie Bennett of Stephens port and Mrs Flora Bennett of Ind iana who have been the guests of Mr and Mrs Gus Gibson returnea home Monday Remember the Masonic excursion from Fordsville to Louisville and return 1 from all Branch stations Sunday August 2nd 1003 To whom it may concern Bert Beavin has paintea my house his work is satisfactory in every respect and I reccommend him to every one who has painting to be doneWM Lynch Mattingly Ky gait and Mrs Ad English returned Thursday from an extended visit to their daughter Mrs Ella LaNeae of Franklin Tenn They were accompa nied by their granddaughter Lucille LaNeae who will visit them for some time W R Embry is agent for the Per sonal Memoirs of Pope Leo IIIby Bernard OReilly This is the only authentic work of this kind and is sanctioned by the Catholic clergy of the world Wait and see him before buying The improvements on the High School bnllalng are progressing well Contractor Lewis says the carpenters will finish their work the last of this week and A A LaHeist will put on the tin roof next week An open oc tagonal cupola will be built Mrs Louis LaMontand children Victor and Alma arrived in the city Thursday from Chicago Ill to be with Mr Louis LaMont of the Murray Roofing Tile Company Mr LaMont and his family are now at the St George Hotel but will go to house Yeeping In the near future DESTRUCTIVEFLAMES Valuable Barn Owned by Claude Holland Lewisport De stroyed by Fire CIIAPIN SAWMILL BURNED Claude Holland living near Lew isport lost a big barn by fire Sunday night entailing a loss of 1600 with no insurance Besides twenty tons of hay and farming implements two mules valued at 350 were burned to death CIIAPIN SAWMILL BURNED Destroyed by Fire Early Saturday r1orning + Lumber Partly Damaged Lucien Chapins sawmill on the Hardinsbnrg pike about four and a half miles from this city was destroyed by fire Saturday morning about five oclock All the wood work about the mill and the machinery is a total loss and the boiler and engine were damaged to some extent but it is thought they can be used again The lumber stacked near the mill caught afire but escaped with slight damage water was carried from Hites Run near by and tbe flames checKed Mr Chapin cannot account for the origin of the fire The night before when he left the mill he saw that all the fires were out and everything in order A conservative esti mate of his loss by the fire would be about 300 but the relay in filling sawing contracts occasioned by it will be felt as a loss equally as great Will Do Without Oas All citizens using natural gas in their residences from the well on the Murray Roofing Tile Cosland were notified last week that the How would be shut oil this weeK The well will be cleaned out this week and put in shape to supply fuel for the Murray Roofing Tile Cos factory which will be in operation in a few weeks The well formerly belonged to the Clover port Paving Brick and Manufacturing Company and the management was under Chas Bohler The Foundation of Health Nourishment is the foundation of healthlifestrength KOdol Dyspep sin Cure is the one great medicine that enables the stomach and digestive 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 digestive organs are cured by the use of Kodol Sold by Short Haynes Special Summer Rates Via Chicago Northwestern Ry For round trip tickets during the sum mer season to St Paul Minneapolis Duluth Ashland Waukesha Devils Lake Gogebic Lake Geneva Madison Marquette Lake Mills Green Lake Lake Minnetonka and other summer resorts of Wisconsin Nothern Michi gan and Minnesota Yellowstone Na tional Park Oregon Washington and Alaska Descriptive phamplets Colorado California and Hints to Tourists II giving detailed informa tlon mailed upon applicationto W B Kniskern P T M Chicago 111 Bronchitis For Twenty Years Mrs Minerva Smith Danville Ill writes I had bronchitis for twenty years and never got relief until I used Foleys Honey and Tar which is a sure cureA R Fisher 5000 to California and Return Chicago North Western Ry August 1 to 14 Chicago to Los Angeles and San Francisco account G A R Correspondingly low rates from other points Three train a day from Chicago to the Coast through without change Daily and personally conducted tourist car excursions Special G AR train leaves Chicago 1030 p m August lea Write for itiner ary illustrated folder and full particulars To Cure A Cold In One Day Take Laxative Uromo Quinine Tablets All druggists orefund the money If It falls to cure EY Orve signature IN on each box lirA Colored Conference Here The Louisville District Conference colored will convene in Asbury M E church Rev Fielding pastor this city on August 0 The conference will continue until August 0 OAsiTO LIA Itin SJptveGf The Kind You Have Alwap Haag- tii f I twantsSTRAYED Ctrnyecl from the farm of August Dutsclikc M1 black horse 15 hands highd or 4 years old with whlto star In forehead If you have seen him or know where ho In write lames Dutsclike Ixxllburg ICY h FOR SALE 70 head Shorthorn and lolied nurhllm cows and heifers To reduce my herd will sell any of above cattle very low They are nil first class animals 1 also have for sale 4 deep rlll youtuf Polled Durham bulls 15 months old weight 1000 IIJs price f50 I U rlen Falls of Rough ICy- NOTICE iiatzTIlE eollectlonR L NEWm1 WANTED TIMBER 31FN Xluntecl twenty good timber men Will pay untilJulymeet twenty rood stave makersC W lieu vln Siiblno Miss W A UN ING- II andIFrank Thompson colored my son hUlileft me pay him wages as I will hold them responsi unryIhompsonlnInltton COOK WANTED Vlanted cook Good wages Apply at News office FOIL SALE AAFOR SALE 1 litfi40CUHICE1OIlSALE FOnfAIEA rood Postoffice sound farm mare Ap n WANT- EIRAGSThnt are clean and large It IIIr will be paid for then dcllv erect ut this olllce Jno D HahliaKe FOR SALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting machines malhlIIIIAlsoEngines MARTIN GAHLE MB 3rd Street Louisville Ky MOSEY TO LOAN L orloaned litlawI i Berkshire and BIPP Rocks FOR SALE IIlIdUarrlllllymouth EltllsInI I JOHN 1 IOSTKU No Creek Ohio Co Kv Electric Light Franchise To Whom It May Concern The City Council of the City of Cloverport utlorforlulochise for the Erection of an Electric light FllCtrlclthtHthereof Tho Council reserves the right of rejecting any and all bids MayorRClerkCloverport i For Sale I i ++ FIVE BIRD PUPPIES SETTERS i TWO MONTHS OLD e I have 5 fullblooded register i 4femalesI i i + For tDCLOVERPORT KY HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES National Encampement 0 A R San Francisco August 1722 1903 For this occasion rate of 53 TO for round trip Cloverport to Sanfrancisco and return will be made Tickets to be sold July illst to August ll inclu sive Also on morning trains of August 14th Good returnug Octlfi Sea Shore Uxcunluni- I Atlantic City Ocean City Sea Isle City Avalon A n lest Wlhlwood Holly Beach Cape May to J Ocean City Md and Rehoboth Del For this occa sion rate of 1725 for round trip Cloverport to above points and return will be made July HO Aug 6 and Aug 13 Return limit 13 daysincluding date of sale Old Point Comfort Excursions For these excursions rate of 1550 for round trip Cloverport to Old Point comfort and return will bo u ade Tickets to be sold for morning trains July 1C and Aujr 18 good returning 15 days including date of sale Free leavingCloverportfor use of Seashore passengers EXCURSION EXCURSION I EXCURSION St Louis and Return Friday July 31 1903 For this excursion rate of 000 for round tripCloverport to St Louis Mo and return will be matte Tickets will be soold for train leaving Clover prot at 1045 p ra only Limited to return up to and including last train from St Louis of following Sunday night August 2nd Kentucky State SundaySchool Convention Lexington Ky August 1820 1903 For this occasion rate of 485 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 n 11 and 14 Apply at ticket office for in formation Remember the district Sundayschool Convention to be neld at Holt next Sunday See the program in another column j That Peerless Petticoat L SorosisofI Here todaya display of petticoat pertinence thats truly timely For what woman among yon whose wardrobe wont admit another underskirt or so Y If its the Sorosis sort certainly Of mercorixed material it has the feel and the sound of silken exciusiveness Cut from liv lug models every one and finished in a way to hold your fancy fast And the crowning glory is the price The best proof point of all that you should buy SOROSIS here today JCNOLTEBROMASONIC TEMPL- ECLOVERPORT KY of the woman who for to ollor and try sells Cadicks Gold where quality First Last and always our IND id 3 i I j lonal work I offer at privair contrint this splendidly iquippid farm ami the elll ire 0111 lit now UMil toiiMratt j 327 acres lylnjjnn and by ami suit Itivir with j In thirty minutes drive of i railway nnns in cropsI and pasture 4 anti M acres In tunher Isedteu ears for dalrIIII andl therefore Invood Mute of j antl e inlppc l nod stocked as Modern seven room cottage newly paintedI and with cellar andrich large yard and garden with cistern Mud such as belonir I In u yard two tenement houses and one cabin barns for keeping 50 to BO head of fc IUttllIII1 burrs with seven 1IU will store 1 fVUl iushers of fc grain and lower floors store+ machinery wapitis etc double silo with 150 capacity four room hug family orchard ami small fruits eljjht large R lakes or H iuls from four to six feet deep each covering from one to one ami half acres and situated exactly at right place settles the water question Mud plies the llsli Ice houses etc I will mention 10 h p endue and boiler complete two treadl now and two hue large feed and unslluire cutter and tlilrty feet of carrier binder horn hinder mowers rakes nil kind of plows harrows weetler drills llrluhlrllllw cream farm wagons surrey luiucy In w fact from a ten horse cnirlnc to a hatchet herd of Wcows and 20 heifers of the and St timberfamilies now heidcd by a son of the note l Klnc of St IainlMtrt of this hetxi lawn the work of ten years and till result is au average of more thin n 300 III of hinter year for each In the hertl1und I lb of butter for every two gallons of milk and boot butter market In N head of mules ami horses T tons of timothy clover anti oat hay 45 acres grow lag crop of corn ale All offered nun monili ut mill of that tlmu I close out publleauctlon An deu of the value of this farm and outfit Is Indicated by the IIt does which amounts to snore cash average every month Ask Hank of Ilimllnslmrc If proof Is 1Vritue for particulars terms and see for i3 KY Y YYYYYYYVY YYYYYY YYYY Y YYYY LANDS For Homeseekers and Colonies The country along the Cotton Belt Route in Southeast Missouri Arkansas Northwest aud Texas offer the greatest opportunities for Home Mild building material abundance of fneland soil that will often in a sin gle season yield enough to pay for this Land can be bought as its 250 an acre prairie land at 1 and fl per acre up bottom lan 1- ntfi and fIJ per acre up improved or cleared laud at 10 and 15 per acre up some tine propositions for tracts of to 8 000 acres at 1 to 10 per acre big money in this for a good organizer Fruit and truck lands in the famous peach and tomato belt of East Texas fl0 to f20 per acre up Write us for information about rates ex dates also literature descrip tive of this great country and let us help you find a home that will cost you no more than the rent you pay every year E W LaBeaumo G P T A Cotton Belt Route Louis Mo one comfort of lifea good shave can give you hat and no extra charge f Position For The house When she has to APOLOGIZE for tough bread or pastry The use- sCADICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR her baking hits no apologies Hut generally receives con gratulations The bread pas is always good Your grooor Dust Flour Made is Consideration Cdick Milling CoGRANDVIEW aAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALakeland jHavingvow divided llardlnsbiirK roadalld IrvliiKdm riiltlvittlon now Improved follows Improvementsihdertl bulldlngis 1 nmgnlliclentgrnnery ton talHTiiacle itnderKroiind IIlItIE 3Fllr machinery cultivators rig separator everything MaKtiltlcent dairy Tormentor Koundlni has per tow privately for remaining personalltlesat business required Dr pw Poote yourself 3IRVINGTON 4- RVIVVYnyyYVVIIVYYYVYYYV CHEAP Louisiana seekers cliniategoodwatercheap ground cheap partly colonies 2000 at cheap cursion St Enjoy Judbon Cooinba comfort lady uNNNNNtH Nti i FirstClass Meats ForPicnics PicrvicsWo o fur inish meats for such occasions We make a feature of this husincss during the season and can supply ovary kindof pleat need ddo 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 I MayC- ity Meat Marke- tCLOVERPORTI e KY i 1 TtF- i w T M ii rJ = I I MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY == 1IRON MOUNTAIN FROM ROUTE I St Louis and Memphis Affords tourist prospector or homeseeker Vest service FASTEST SCHEDULE TO ALL POINS IN Missouri Nebraska Kansas Oklahoma and Indian TerrItory Colorado Utah Oregon Texas Louisiana Old Ca1lfOrnlS1ArkansaI Pullman Sleepers rte Kollnlnjr chair cars on all trains Low rates free descriptive literature Consult Ticket Agents or address fIi H 0 TOWNSEND O P ST and Lnl Mo U TO MATTHEWS T P A- Lon1Br1L6a KY FRISCO SYSTEM WILL HAVE ON SALE AT Si Louis and Memphis CHEAP ONEWAY and ROUND TRIP Homeseekers Rates First and Third Tuesdays of each Month TO ARKANSAS NISSOURI KAN SAS OKLAHOMA TERRITORY INDIAN TERRITORY AND TEXAS For Rates und Information address H I McQUISE W R POWB Tr Pass Agent General Agent CINCINNATI 01110 REDUCED RATES TO THE GREAT SOUTHWEST On the first and third Tuesdays of eAch month special homeseckers and colonist rates are effective from St Louis and Kansas City to points in Missouri 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 dollar- skkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkll51 M I COLONIST RATES ix VIA THE x r W Onehalf rate plus two dollars from rxe Saint Louis Kansas City and Mem J phis to points in = = MISSOURIARKANSAS INDIAN TERRITORY OKLAHOMA F 51 x 51xx This rate is in effect on the first and J V third Tuesdays of each month Full se information furnished upon applica jg hoc to any passenger agent of the J f company or to tf- jj PASSENGER TRAFFIC DEPARTMENT r- re g Frisco System axe jSrxInt Louis KKKKKKKIiKKKKKttKKKKKKItKKKMrafFruit Farming along the Cotton Belt Is the name of a new and finely illus tinted booklet just published hv the Cotton Belt Route It tells in their own words the story of those who have gone west and achieved great success growing peaches sttawhen ies pears gropes tomatoes onions melons jM tutoes and other fruit and truck on lauds that formerly sold for f3 to f10 an acre and now yield 100 to JjOO per acre copyfretsl Southwest for the rent you would pay In the East or North H W LABKAUMH G P TA Cotton BeltSt LouisMo Sour StomachNo ness headache constipation had breath general debility sour risings and catarrh of the stomach are all due to Indigestion Kodol cures Indigestion This new discovery repre sents the natural Juices of digestion as they exist In a healthy stomach combined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does not only cure Indigestion and dyspepsia but this famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomach I uysIyeasKodolfor babyKodol Digests What You Eat Bottles only 5 1 100 Site holding 2K times the trial fie which eUj fer 50 cents Prepared by E C DeWITT 00 OHIOAQO e y t The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JULY 29 1003 THE FARMER There is an old saying thatuHe who causes two blades of grass to grow where one grew before ia a public benefactor If that la true what shall be said of the man who drains the pestilent swamp turning its our clods up to the air and sunshine causing them to grow with grain What shall be said of the man who removes tho stones from a rocky hillside until at last he has a hillside of growing corn Are not such men benefactors in the highest sense The farmer is often a subject for ridicule He in represented as lean and lank with a few straggling hairs on his chin pantaloons supported bone suspender and a wisp of hay in his hair This is hardly a true plo ture A typical farmer may have hands showing the signs of hard labor but he has n well ptting suit of good clothesgood boots hat and overcoat and pocketbook with some money initA farmer is usually handicapped by his isolation He is far from neighbors and has little to do with social courtesies In this way he sometimes becomes narrow and self centered But he also has advanta ges His life is a natural and nor mal one He comes in close touch with all the beauty of nature He has more beautiful scenery than that upon which his city brother gazes in the theater He listens to concerts more delightful than any ever heard in a concert hall The fanner represents the absolute necessities of lite If he works not we eat not He is timed to the order of nature not to city watches There is no way in which the hustle and bustle of the city can bring results to peas in his labor You cannot hasten a field of ripening grain nor hustle an orchard of maturing fruit Should Live In The Country Every boy or girl should live in the country till ten years of age God pity the boy who is born in a narrow street of a great city who has not had a bit of green grass on which to place his feet and who has never lain on his back in some upland pas ture and watched the white clouds drift across the blue sky and dream ed of the things he would do when once he became a man The farmer is also one of the most independent of men If he has a fairly good farm he can raise all that is necessary for the supply of his wants No combination of coal barons can freeze him out for he raises his own wood no combination of meat or food producers can starve him out as he can raise Ins own food We are all dependent upon the farmer and his work Practically all our food pro ducts come from the soil The men in cities whtfare the centers of business politics and practical affairs are the children or grandchildren of tanners and are spending the energy which their fathers stored up by a life of hard labor What society gains in fineness of temper and polish it loses in alwaysdyingspringhngfromperfectin11111Wal Jr which we can pay our debt is by givingI him the measure of respect that Is due his fruitful labors A WORD TO FARM TOILERS PAINES CELERY COMPOUND The Home Friend of the Farmer and His Family After the labors and toils of the summer time and harvesting of crops in the early autumn many of our farmers their wives daughters and sons find themselves in a condition of health demanding careful attention if suffering experiencekidneyIliver is torpid there is biliousness nausea and vomiting with loss of appetite and depression exposedtothe harvest fields now feel the twinges of terrible rheumatism others run down by worry overwork and irregular dieting are dyspepsiaTo and half dead men and women in farm homes we recommend with all honesty and confidence Compoundtherestore strength to the weak body and vigor to the muscles Paines Celery Compound tones the stomach it removes poisonous acids from the blood which cause rheumatism it feeds the weak and diseased nerves and banishes neuralgic tortures it puiifies the blood and Rives true vitality and life The use of Paines Celery Compound in autumn means the estab lishing of a perfect physical vigor to withstand the rigors of a severe win- terDIAMOND DYESfor children clothes are most serviceable They color Jackets eats capes ribbons stockings ai veil as dtesaci No other dyes equal Dia mond Dye In variety of uusi they never disappoint We have a special department of advice and dyetogSendDirection book and 4J dyed samples free DIAMOND DYES Burlington Vt r tf beeI wb Ilea mstee eke I t 1 et paYouthfl 9Qy Difficult Digestion That Is dyspepsia It makes life miserable Its sufferers eat not because they want to but simply because they mutt They know they are Irritable and fretful but they cannot be otherwise They complain of a bad taste In the mouth a tenderness at the pit of the stom ach an uneasy feeling of putty fulness headache heartburn and what not The effectual remedy proved by perma rent cures of thousands of severe cases Is Hoods Sarsaparitta Uoous fILLS are the bet cathartic WOLF CREEK Guy Trent is on the sick list Miss Wyatt Lambert Is visiting rel atives in Covington Born to the wife of Win Cunning ham Jnly 14 a ten pound girl Mr and Mrs Will Adams of Louisville Are visiting her mother Mrs Henry Allen I Mrs George Flnimery is pow in Chicago 111 for an indefinite stay with her son Hne will go from there to Palestine 111 to be with her sister Mrs G W Bishop for soiiie time Dr Joe Allen came down from Louisville Saturday night to make his homo with his parents near An dyville He In ready for practice and comes highly recommended after graduating in the Louisville Medical College Treat Your Kidneys for Rheumatism When you are suffering from rheu matism the kidneys must be attended to at once so that they will eliminate the uric acid from the blood Foleys Kidney Cure Is the most effective remedy for this purpose R T Hop kins of Polar Wis says After unsuccessfully doctoring three years for rheumatism with the best doctors I tried Foleys Kidney Cure and it cured me I cannot speak too highly of this great ulodicineA R Fisher Splendid Attractions at Lexington Elks Fair There will be a splendid line of attractions at the Lexington Elks Fair this year the dates being Ai g tat 10 to IS inclusive Besides thi sensational railroad collision in which two real live locomotives weighing 30 tons each will crash together at full spend on the afternoon of Wednesday the third day will be DeBaughs 20th Century Band of U3 musicians a Japanese village splendid live stock rings daily racing and other attrac tions The premium list is greater this year than ever before The Elks of Lexington are sparing neither pains nor money in making their big show thus year a success If you care to get a hustle on your self want to have those essential call ed vim and push without a continued unnatural exertionkeep the organs of the body working like a newly oiled piece of machinery Ramons Treatment of Liver Pills and Tonlo Pel lets supplies the means they produce no nnploasent sensations no purging griping or evil aftereffects but im part strength and vigor from the very uesinning of the treatment 2i doses complete course 20c Buy Louisville Property Bud and James Etherton have pur chased the couiuiission business of 1 I D Richardson In Louisville They have a card in this issue and solicit the business of Meade county merchants They are home boys and should be patronized by our merch ants Meade County Messenger Breckenridge Boys Success Mr W M Board of Tennessee formerly of Custer this county was in the city last Wednesday Mr Board is connected with the Brandon Train lug School for boys at Tullahoma Tenn and is also traveling for the Ward Seminary for girls at Nash rifle Tenn These two schools are among the best in the South and Mr Board has been very successful in his work in their interest The train ing school had 287 pupils last year and the seminary 400 Mr Board Is now traveling through Kentucky and securing pupils for the two schools Be was born and reared at Custer and left there about ten years ago He is a nephew of Judge Milton Board of Hardinsburg W W Starks for Representative W W Starks a very popular and excellent young man of Lewisport is being talked of for the legislature Mr Starks is a Repnbultcan of the finest stamp and his many friends both in Hawesville and Lewlspott are confident that his chance would be splendid if he should be persuaded toi enter the Held LyonsCockrell Mr Jas Lyons of Tobinsport and Miss Carrie Cockrell were married last Friday at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs Marlin Cockrell in Coffeeville Kans The Coctcrells removed to Kansas about a month ago from Tobinsport Mr and Mr Lyons will reside in Kansas for the present a ltCO lgeTUtlB HANCOCK CIRCUIT COURT Sam Jackson Gets iSOAndrew Burk Case ContinuedOther Busl ness of the Court The following were the principal cases in Circuit Court at Hawesville last week The case of Sam Jackson against the railroad was compromised Wednes day the road paying Jackson 150 and settling all costs Jackson had his arm injured sometime ago by falling from a scaffold while working on the depotThe case of Andrew Burk charged with complicity in the killing of a man named McCarver some years ago was continued His brother Mike Burk Is now serving two years on the same charge while another brother Dan Burk served a while and was pardoned by Governor Beck ham Bottle May Allen onear Patesville aged nine was adjudged of unsound mindCase of John Newton charged with cutting timber on W H Lyons landi was continued Eamund Ray aLewisport negro aged 21 was adjudged a pauper idiot and his mother will receive 75 annually from the state for his keeping- A Miss Monarch of near Lewsport watt again adjudged an idolt The unfortunate woman is about forty years old and has been repeatedly tried every four years according to law I Very Remarkable Cure of Diarrhoea About six years ago for the first time in my life I had a sudden and severe attack of diarrhoea Days Mrs Alice Miller of MorganTexas I got temporary relief but it came back again and fur 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 1 happened to see an advertisement of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy with a testimonial of a man who had beep cured by it The case was so sink ilar to my own that I concluded to try the remedy The result was wonderful I could hardly realize that I was well again or believe it could be so after having suffered so long but that one bottle of medicine costing but a few cents cured me For sale by Short Haynes Elopements to Cannelton Last Saturday afternoon Squire Robinson was in his glory He had on hand two runaway couples At 1 p m he married Manival Day to Addle Merideth both of Breckenridge coun ty Ky At 2 p in he united In mar riage Chancey Taylor of Lilly Dale to Rosa V Alvey of Derby Cannel ton Telephone Looking for Asphalt A number of prominent land owners of Meade and Breokenrldge counties met J W Adams anti A Geltmeyer of Cincinnati and C E Voormun of Racine Wis at Seelbachs hotel Louisville last week and discussed the purchase of asphalt lands in these counties The three visiting capitalists are onttle lookout for asphalt fields A report on the asph alt properties in Breckenridge and Meade counties was rnade by J F Elsom of New Albany In- dDFORp BUCKDRAUGHT FORC4 Constipation isnothing more than a clogging of the bowels and nothing less than vital stag nation or death if not relieved If every constipated sufferer allowingpoisonous system ho would soon get relief Constipation invites all kind of contagion Headaches bilious ness colds and many other ail ments disappear when constipated bowels 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Return Limit October 15th Stopovers allowed D PA rCQuestlGED 0 l J TT 1 t c reckenridge News r I t WEDNESDAY JULY 20 1003 e MRS II B GRINNELL cON BREATHiTT COUNTY When we cpnoidtr that one third of the white voters of Breathitt county are unable to read or write we won r der bReather why were not mis sionaries sent there long ago That i county has always had a deficit ii- s inl its account with the state Out of fiftyone felony cases on the docket a notIone conviction There have been some convictions since the present governor went into office but he hasI granted pardons in twentyeight cases These statistics apply to the white population so it must be a paradise for what negroes may be thereto lynchings ever are reported from Breathitt the whites are too busy settling their own grudges and enmi ties The schoolmaster is not in that county and it Is hard to civil ize people without school houses The courts have hitherto encourage lawlessness by failing to punish There are twelve counties in this state without a newspaper and without schoolhouses enoughUto say BO JlYon cannot get figs from thistles Th Democratic papers are Jlaying every thing at the Republicans door in the great GoebelTaylor contest We only wish to remind them of one glaring headlight fact Taylor was elected Governor of Kentucky by the voice of the people Who stole the office from him What caused them trouble in Frankfort What really led us to the assassination of Goebeli Not a Republican in Kentucky of any stand ingever rejoiced at Goebels death or everconnived at it Every Democrat in the state was hilarious over Tay lor being deprived of his seat and up held those who did- Brutally Tortured- A case came to light that for per sistent and unmerciful torture has perhaps never been equaled Joe Gol oblok 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 Just as good for Liver and Kidney troubles and general debility Only I JjOc Satisfaction guaranteed by Short Haynes Druggists Moves to Decatur County Mr Everett Cookrell formerly of Tobinsport but for the last four years in charge of a dairy at Jonesboro Ark left over land Tuesday from the home of his fatherJohn Cookrells near Tobinsport for his new home t near Horace Decatur county Ind He will engage in farming and in raising fine cattle His wife and child accompanied him Cannelton Tele phone The Best Prescription for Malaria Chills and Fever lea builieot drove Taite lets Chill Tonic It Is simply Iron and QuI PayPrlce60cPrlce60cJett and White In Cynthlana Lexington KyJuly 23CurtlsJetta- nd Tom White who have been In the Lexington jail for safekeeping since thoir trial at Jackson several weess ago wore taxen to Cynthiana on the 7 oclock train this morning in charge of Sheriff Leach and one deputy of Har rison county 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made a detour from his ordinary circuit and has come to Bethlehem east of the cities of Judah What does his coming portendt The dull town is aroused while the elders hasten to the gate to forestall if possible any impending judgment i A moment later the most prosperous prosd perous Judean sheik Jesse is astir in preparation for a guest who is the Thedbanquet ready The goodly savor of the roasted heifer fills the place the guests are coming the servants run hither and thither Sam sympoyeto take his place A shepherd lad on thorough Judean steppes near by tends his fathers sheep He may have seen the prophet pass or noted the tumult in the town but tie is fidelitys self Curiosity nor selfInterest lire him from his duty Shepherding sheep has been his unconscious preparation to shepherd men His task has developed the traits of courage patience and sym pathy Solitude has been favorable to devotion As a devout improvisatore he has often broken the silence under the stars with the noble strains of his psalmody accompanying the same with his harp making yonder cliff come in with the refrain The last is first He who was not bidden even to the lowest seat at the feast is called to the head of the ta ble A servant relieves David in the care of the sheep and he hurries without opportunity to make a toilet Into the august presence of the proph et The candidate to the throne is in tha bloom of youth His healthful occupation has given him a ruddy cheek while auburn looks upon a marble brow are suggestive of the golden crown he shall so soon wear But these adolescent charms of per son are not to be compared with the graces of the heart for which the Lord first makes his quest David breathes deeply the theocratlo spirit He loves God supremely His foremost purpose is to be loyal and dutiful to Jehovah and loving and helpful to his fellows In this he is a man af ter Gods heart This constitutes his singular adaptation to the theoo ratio kingahipn position sni generis in history As David entered the banquetroom Samuels holy mentor says in the pro phets heart Up I Anoint I Inn moment the beaten and fragrant oil of the tabernacle is glittering up on those golden locks Possibly no one in the company save the prophet understands the significance of the scene A royal destiny for a shepherd boy who could divine it So after this episode the feast goes on and perhaps the lad not having been sanctified for the feast goes back to the sheep But David must know the meaning of the prophets enigmatical act It slowly dawns upon his illuminated consciousness Preparation for his high calling keeps pacA with his ever increas ing knowledge of the claims and duo ties of that calling There is a progres sive occupation and enlightrnent of his Inner life by the Spirit It matters little whether this divine culture of the young king was mediate or immediate Samuel may have been his mentor as he was Sauls The Ekthlehemlte lad may have made frequent pilgrimages to Raman or like Saul he may have taken acourse in one of the divinity schools Thes4 mediate methods however are in no way inimical to the immediate influence of the Spirit of the Lord which came upon David at the time of his anointing from that day forward However that may be when the hour of coronation came the kingly office was matched by a kingly character The manifold and imperative exac tions of a position which has no pre cise parallel in history were met by a versatile character developed and in ured to meet those exactions David could both compose battle nymns for his army and in person lead to battle He could both make law and administer it He could maintain the delicate equilibrium between the recluse and man of affairs With a master hand he changed the whole face of Hebrew history Samuels anointing of David was Jhe last offi cial act the golden climax of a long useful and honorable career The Teacher Lantern Samuels grief for Saul was evi dence of his generous and humane disposition While he still lived he ASt51kdAAAAA71A 174t- Ecould not eas ily treat him as if he wer dead Though ne did not visit nun he bitterly lamented his downfall But here was a boundary beyond which this grief was improper That limit was the point at which it dis qualified him for obedience to God and service to his country in finding a successor to the fallen monarch Grief is natural it is even honorable but there is alwiya a point at which a halt must be called to it That point is where it begins to dljquahfy one for the evident dntied of life The cure of grief is here indicated Submission I have rejected him Work goHopekingDreditor of the Sundayschool Times carries his proposition A lie never justifia ble HO far as to inhibit military maneuvers in war I am not certain how he treats the incident under con sideration I should think it would be enough to wreck his wellmeant but over strained theory If the sacri fice proposed was a mere pretended affair a hollow form engaged in a perfunctory way and for the purpose of blinding Saul it would be open to criticism But Samuel could and did enter into this sacred service of sacrifice as devoutly ana earnstly as if he had had no additional purpose It was concealment not deception However the Bible does not stand or fall by the answer to the ques tion whether on this occasion Samuel made pretense of a sacrifice or not The Scripture narrative is not the portrayal of ideally perfect characters but rath er of the genesis and evolution of conscience in man What the men of one era can do conscientiously the men of later ought not to be able to do The standaras of one age can not be those of anotner Blocd will tell The king elect had an untarnished train of noble ancestors He inherited the princely integrity of Boaz and the devoted fidelty of Ruth Yet Davids aptitude for a kingship did not show in his physical appearance Samuel would not have elected him at sight As Lincoln passed through a throng a spectator said Hes a dreadful common looking man The President over hearing tho remark turned and said good na turedly It only shows how well the Lord likes common folks that he has made so many of us that way Moral qualities are more important than physical Youth is no bar in the Lords ser vice David called at seventeen Samuel at twelve Polycaip was con verted at nine Matthew Henry at eleven President Edwards at eleven Robert Hall at twelve Isaac Watts at nine Great are the gains to the indi vidual the church the world of early piety The herolife of David gives the llo the iterated accusation that the roll gious character is a spiritless and effeminate type It shows religion compatible with courage intrepidity and clear grit Yet fervent piety overtops Davids other traits The elements of his character are trans fused with faith and prater and psal modyThere are no hpman gauges to measure the inspirational force of such a life While it quicken the pulse of youthit will also prompt an imita tion of its noblest traits It is a voice crying 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have reached the second or third stage Druggists 91 To prove it cures sample of Blood Balm sent freeand prepaid by writ ing Blopd Balm Co Atlanta Gns Describe trouble and free medical ad vice sent in sealed letter AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAA AN OLDFASHIONED BARBECUE There will be an oldfashioned barbecue ut thee TAR SPRINGS SATURDAY AUG 1503 An old fashionod barbecue iis something everybody advertises but few see it after it iis adver tised We propose to live up to our advertisement find give the people something good in return j for their money We have employed one of the best cooks in the county to prepare our meats They will bo served in the best of order and cooked to tho Kings taste BEEF MUTTON PIES AND CAKES VEGETABLES OF ALL KINDS will bo found on our tables all served for the low price of 25 cents Besides a splendid dinner there will bo all kinds of refreshments A splendid band of music and a fine dancing floor for those who wish to trip the light fantastic This barbecue will be one of the best ever given at this famous resort No expense will be pleasantdayThe best of order will he maintained No intoxicating drinks allowed on the grounds The candidates are all invited und will be present W L NOEL J L ISOHE Proprietors j yyyyyyyyyyYTYyYTYyYTYyyyyyyyyyyyyyy YTyyyVYyyyyYTYTY yyyyy yymYYVI U t Condensed Statement of the Condition of the Bank of Hardinsburg i 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 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 wo 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 tho accounts especially of those having only a small business No mutter 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 We make and preserve a complete record of every transaction through our Bankand this is of especial value to the small dealer for future reference WE WILL BE GLAD TO HAVE YOU RESOURCES NOTES AND BILLS S 18809331 I CASH IN SAFES AND OTHER BANKS 734SOSS BONDS 1966522 BANKING HOUSE AND LOT 180000 OTIIEU REAL ESTATE 78670F- URNITUHE AND FlXTOHES 40000 Total S 28423220 I H New Colorado Book The Chicago Ry has Issued 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 OF Preston Fentress is on the sick list Little Guy Davidson is on the sick Lelia Waller is at home from Elders child has typhoid here every Sunday and Sunday night The Ice cream supper at this place was a success Wheat threshing about done with a very light yield Len Brown who has bten ill for sometime is no better Jeff Bucklers little girl is very low with typhoid fever Miss Amy Wilson is visiting Miss Maud Wilson tnls week Several of our young folks attended the picnic at Yeaman Saturday Miss Bessie Geary of Yeaman is visiting her aunt Mrs Mollle Fentress Little Roy Eskridge who foil from a tree and was badlyI hurt is slowly number from here attended the picnic ut Short creek and report a pleasant time nev McKinley will begin a pro tracted meeting at Lone Star the first week in August It i 4 CAPITAL STOCK PAID IN S 2500000 SumLUS AND PUOHITS 1533419 DEPOSITS 24289801 DIVIDEND No 25 DUE JULY at 4 PHK GENT 100000 Total S 28423220 Respe truIIYM BEARD caShleJJ Northwestern beautifully ChicagoIU FALLS ROUGH listMiss schoolCaleb feverPreaching improvingQuite LIABILITIES UNDIVIDED lfdflO3 NHtltl NHNN S4 I THE TWO STATES BANK INCORPORATED Capital Stock 15000 STEPHENSPORT KY IRE C ADAIR President DR J H LEE Vice President tJOlINS ADAIR Cashier DIUKCTOIW G W PAYNE R A SMITH WM B HARDIN R A SHELLMAN R D HAMILTON L P MILNER- J S CAREY TilE HIGHEST RATE OF INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITSII Your lunds are absolutely safe lu our bauk us we carry Fire and Burglar Insurance and have the Mosler Screw Door Safe 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 I JOHN S ADAIR CashierI aS 1iI ErE THE i Fifth Avenue I HOTEL I KyLw ff T t C CCtLtC Ct I ITho most centrally located and only firstclass hotel in the city maVtng a 1300 rate Only oto bock from the principal shopping district and two blocks from the principal theatres Street cars pass the door to alt parts of the city- Everything neat and clean r70a 9r1r 9r A6 1 j iT JJreckenridjre News c fr rt wi a v r WEDNESDAY JULY 29 19- 03BRANDINBURO r Miss Daisy Daene hae returned t Glendeane J H r Hoskllson will teach at Leba non again A party will leave here August 0 ftr Niagara Falls I Mrs George Clancson of Elizabeth I fawn is visiting relatives here Mrs Nelle Malin and little son Rod ley are visiting relatives here Mr and Mrs Ernest Bishop came p Sunday for a visit to his parents i Misses Annie and Ruth Willet art with Mr and Mrs Richard Willett Miss Bess Lewis returned Tuesdnt from a visit to Breckenridge county I rlaud Mrs Gough and Miss Mona Price were in Louisville las l weerMrs Arthur Jenkins and children of Tennessee are visitors of Mrs Bland I Miss lone Dowden left Monday fat a visit to Dr and Mrs J RDowden p of SebreeThe bf the Guild gave their icecream supper Tuesday night In the I Court House yard a MIs8 Lena Lewis entertained Mon- dayI night for her guests the Missei Jobson of Parkland ItTheRev T L Crandell had his missionary rally at Cedar Grove church last Sunday Mr and Mrs Osborne have lleft after a visit to Mr and Mrs Watts at their home Hill of Glory Mrs Temple Simmons has returned from Frankfort Mr Simmonsi re mained and in still gaining In health Mrs Jim Richardson and children of Louisville are spending several t weeks with her mother Mrs Neal e MoMonigle Miss Eva Heusley writes from Petoskey that the midsummer days are flying on gossamer wings of joy f and Satiety Misses Mary L Haynes and Grace Mitchell Davis Cunningham and Joe Clarke attended the Rhodelia picnic last Saturday Dowden Brown and sister Miss Audrey visited Mrs Len Mitchell at Moolqyville and attended the picnic Saturday- D M Duncan went to Lexington to meet with his fellow editors of Kentucky as tneir journey pursued to Englands domain The Rev J L Hart delivered a vary fine missionary sermon last Sabbath when a most generous col Ilection followed Tho Rev J L Hart has returned from the Blue Grass country where he assisted in a protracted meeting He is now at Qarnettaville conduct inn a series of meetings Mrs Greenwell is visiting her son T J Greenwell Mrs Greenwell is eighty years of age but is active and in full lioHsession of her mental faculties with a wouderfuly reten tive memory T B Fairleiuh and his friend Mr Tnrnerof Purls Tenn are visiting Judge C C Fairleigh and wife Tom is looking quite hIs handsome self and is doing well nt Paris in the railroad business Dr and Mrs W B Pusey of Louisville and T L PUller arrived Sunday to spend their annual vacation with Mrs Pusey and Vise Mai lieu Rout D Pusey of Indianapolis will arrive next Sunday Misses Ula Dowden Mabell Simmons and Dink Price W D Ashcraft and i Frank Webb joined a party from Breckenridge county to Mammoth Cave last Thursday returning Friday evening Both routes were taken The colored population hud a big picnic Saturday with a hUll at night Sunday was a bassetl dinner day with the Baptist persuasion and Iit is wonderful what a genteel appearance they nil made mid how well the ministers and church are supported HairSplits Visorfora hair dressing and for keeping the hair from splitting at the ends J A Gruenenfelder Grantfork III i V splitsfriendships splitting is done on your own head it loses friends for you for every hair of your head is a friend Ayers Hair Vigor in advance will prevent the splittinghasSLOG a bottle All dratfUU It your cannot supply you dourend us one flag we will express you a bottle lie sure and gIve the name of your nearest express office Address JCAYKR CO Lowell Mass i FOR llLIGIT t 1 oJ DISTILLING Bud Keizee Ed Richardson an Lon McCiiffin are Arrested LIVE IN LAWLESS COMMUNITY Geo W Gillilnnd deputy Unite States Marshal took three prisoners e Bud Keizee Ed Richardson am Lon McUutlln to Owensboro Monda titye Constantine neighborhood this county and were arrested last Saturday 01a I the charge of illicit distilling Ed L neighborthood was also on the train with Mr Gilhland as a guard and witness against the prisoners The three men had been running a small rig 01 I Rough creek near Constantine Mr Suiallwood saw them at work ant notified the government officers which led to their arrest On arriving at Owensboro the men were token before Commissionei r Limlsey and on account of the abfwic of several material witnesses for th government the cases were continued until Saturday Constantine is about the worst neighborhood in Breckenridge count Peaceful citizens cannot go to church without being disturbed by drunken men and there is a lawless element residing in the community that keeps trouble brewing all the time It seems as though Mr Smallwood has taken it upon himself to rid the community of this nuisance He was suspicious of the actions of the three prisoners and one night lay on the top of a cliff and saw them at work with their rig down on the creek Whcn Richardson heard that Mr Suinllwood maul sworn out a war rant for the arrest of himself and his coworkers ne went to Mr Small woods home and attacked him Mr Smallwood had to knock him down three times to get rid of him He fears that he will have more trouble with Richardson and his friends Cholera Infantum This has long been regarded as one of the most dangerous and fatal die eases to which infants are subject It can he cured however when properly treated All that is necessary is to give Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and castor oil as directed with each bottle and a cure is certain For sale by Short- S Haynes FOLEYSHONEYHCAR Cures Coldsi Prevents Pneumonia INTERESTING PROGRAM Of Cloverport District SundaySchool I Convention to be Held at Holt Aug 2 2 p m Devotional exercises 2 15Roll tall 280 An address Tha need of the Country Sundayschool V E Minor 8 p m Reports from officers It lljHov to interest the infant class Miss Nellie Burks 860The Model Superintendent Win Hawkins 815Ourt County WorkSS J Pig gott Pres 400 p ui Miscellaneous business Adjournment Music will be furnished bthe Holt- S S choir V G Babbage Pres John Burn Secy You Know What You Are Taking l Tonhviry iHHtlu showing that It Is simply Iron I NPryTime Baptist Sundayschool antI- church picnic will be at Oglesbys grove Thursday Members of other churches invited provided they bring baskets Henderson Louisville Excursion Sunday Aug 9 For trains leaving Cloverport 507 a ai and 040 rte of 125 for round- trip Cloverport to Louisville and re t art will he made Limited to re turn on 4a or 45 same date An InKenlotm Woman The limit of masculine humiliation has been worked In the case of a Wich ita man Ills wife makes him wear turks In the sleeves of his nightgowns trimmed with pink ribbon so that the baby wont know the difference when he walks the floor with It in the night Kansas City Journal Quaint Logic A bit of reasoning a In mode de Du silos ascribed to Rossini I dont like xplnncli and It Is very fortunate 1 ont because If I did like It I should oat It and I cant endure It f 11 TOBINSPORT tJ Mrs Conrad Simons is quite alck ate thlswrltiug Miss Belle Clark of Owensboro is visiting relatives here leftdIndiv Mr James Asians of Eureka Is hero visiting his brother Charles AdamsMiss Rosa Polk and niece Miss Kate are here from Eureka on an r extended visit James Lyon went to Coileyville i marI tied to Miss Carrie Cockrell I Mrs Alf Polk and little daughter atetier Miss Ruth Sterett of Slcillmannnd Miss Ethel Benham of Big Bend Ky vlsted Miss Mary Anderson last week Rev Joseph Duggins of Earned Ky filled his regular appointment at the Baptist church Saturday and Sunday morning IRev Bowmanof the F W Meth odist church of Millstone gave n temperance lecture at the school house Saturday night Mrs June Pout an estimable writingeRev A Powell preached an interesting and helpful sermon at the Baptist church Sunday nigqt No man or womuu 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 Hayne- sWRITERS THOUGHT CRAMP The Way the Flood of Inspired Idea Ebbs and Flown If tho fiction writer hits his delicious moments when he tastes the Joys which conic with the excitement of creative composition and these ho undoubtedly has also he knows distress lug periods of mental apathy He line been working away at ttop speed hill of gladness In that snbiV fabric which his pen weaves In tle warp anti woof of paper and ink Ills head Is packed with Inspired Ideas like a gift box from the gods Ills hopes ride high Ills ambitious scrape the cloudsThen something happens It Is not s snap u break n crash nothing so tan glble It Is Just a ceasing Abruptly unexpectedly nil his flue thoughts vanS ish No longer Is life n country of majestic white robed heights and al luring purple toned valleys All Is tint and gray and bleak Just about now If the writer only knew It Is a most excellent time to go fishing At list balfledi discouraged heart sick he sits with Ids head In his hands contemplating with foolish self pity the melancholy spectacle of himself But like drought and flood war and pestilence and nil other Ills great and small it passes And he knows not how or when it goes Days after he wakes up to hind himself pen In hand hard at work again Of Its own ac cord apparently the machine has set itself in motion Sewell Ford in The Reader Saved Anu a Ducking A colonial shrew who was threatened with the ducking stool was once saved by this plea You wish to duck Ann Wlllott to cure pert her defender declared Now if she be not cured where Is the gain In ducking her And if she be cured all the women who now keep a guard over their tongues through distaste to be likened to such a known notorious and contemptible scold as Ann will do so no longer but although it Is not like nay should become such as she yet all will scold a little more than now they do the check of her example being removed Now it is better that Ann be- Ing n single woman without family to allilct should go unpunished and un ducked but despised by all and wag her tongue as she will standing there in for the whole town than that she should be Vlonced and the tongues of other women run more free This argument seems to have pre vailed for Ann Wlllot was never ducked Youths Companion Tricky Dynamite Perhaps nothing Is more uncertain In the line of accidents thau dyna mite said a dealer in tho dangerous stuff You might drop n cartridge out of your hand and it would explode and tear your body to atoms Another cartridge taken out of the same case might be hurled from the top of a tall building and would land on the pave ment like so much harmless wax to be ground up under the wheels of heavy trucks and to bo exploded with frightful havoc by tha soft cushion tire of a bicycle Inlnfal As a general thing says a lawyer one doesnt expect to find a sense of humor In the employees of a prison Yet I know of a rather catchy reply made by n prison guard to the query of a visitor whether the existence of the guards was not n painful one Talnfull echoed tho guard I should say it was when you consider what a number of felons we have on our hand ODD GOB THE GOLDEN ITS SITE IS NOW ONLY A VAST AND GRASSY TOMB The Once Bplenilld rortaeaeno City la India a Mnvnlfloeut Wlldernevi It Maiterplece of Art the Tomb or St Fraud Xavier It was said that during the prosper ous times ot the Portuguese In ludli you could not have sects u piece ot iron In any ir rchnnt house but nil gold and silver They coined Immense quail titled ot the precious metals nnd used to make pieces ot workmanship anthem for exportation The very sol fliers enriched themselves by com merce But then at last came tune Inquisition which celebrated Its terrible and deadly rites with more fervor and vehemence nt Ion than In nay other place tell glous persecution pestilence anti wIN with the Dutch disturbances arising from an unsettled government and above all time slow but sure workings of the shortsighted policy of the Portu guest In Intermarrying and Identifying themselves with the Hindoos of the lowest caste made her fall as rapid as her rise was sudden and prodigious- In less than n century maul a half art er Da Gama hind lauded on the Indian shore the splendor of lion had departed forever The inhabitants tied before the deadly fever which soon fastened upon the devoted precincts of the city and In 171S the viceroy transferred MA headquarters front the ancient capital to Iarjlna about eight miltS distant Soon afterward the religious orders were expelled leaving their mngnltU cent convents and churches all but ut terly deserted and the Inquisition was suppressed upon the recommendation of the British government The place Is now a grass grown wilderness But still the linn and well built causeways of this olden city and Its moldering splendors are reminiscent of echoing pageants and the tramp of armies which once sounded there As we tread the ancient wharf n long broad road lined with a double row of trees and faced with stone a more sug gpstlve scene of desolation cnn hardly bo conceived Everything around teems with melancholy associations the very mstllngsof the trees and murmur of the waves sound like a dirge for the departed grandeur of a city Towering above a mass of ruins a solitary gateway flanks the entrance to the Strada Dlretta the Straight street BO called because almost nil the streets In old Con tire laid out In cur vilinear form It was through this portal surmounted by the figures of St Catherine and Vasco da Gnma that the newly appointed viceroys of Goa passed In triumphal procession to the palaceBeyond the gate a level road once a populous thoroughfare leads to the Terra dl Sabalo a large square fronting the Prlmaclal or Cathedral of St Catherine who became the patron saint of Goa when the place was cap tured by Albuquerque on the day other festival Groves of cocoanut palms and mango topes now lucuuiber the ground once covered by troops of horse The wealth the busy life and the lux ury of the old place are dead Kites and cobras infest the crumbling halls which once resounded with the banquet and the dance and naught but a few old monks and nuns keeps vigil amid its desolation today But Goa possesses one treasure of great Interest This Is the tomb of Francis Xavier the great Jesuit mis sionary to the east It Is to be found In the Church of Bon Jesus It Is a inns terpiece of art which Is lost to all but the casual visitors to old Goa Some hove ventured to suggest that no other mausoleum In India or even In Asia ex cept the Taj Mahal can equal it It Is built of rich marble of variegated col ors The lowest stage Is of red and purple jasper and Carrara alabaster adorned with statuettes and cherubs The middle stage Is of green and yellow jasper decorated with beautiful bronze plates representing incidents in the life of the saint Time highest of the throe stages is surrounded by a lovely call ing of red jasper marked with white spots the adornments being figures of angels while its middle portion is graced with columns elegantly carved whose Intervening spaces ore surmount ed by arches showing further incidents In the life of the saint The friezes of the four lateral columns arc of black stone and the plinths of yellow jasper Surmounting this last stage lies the collin overlaid with silver a gorgeous receptacle embellished with many ex quisite specimens of relief work Lumps of silver depending around corn plete the adornment of the shrine It Is a worthy relic of Cons departed glo ryThe bell of the Augustinian convent ellll rings forth Its vesper peal above this old city of ghosts and it is Impos slblo to forget the erect of the deep mournful notes as they strike upon the par Never was heard a more beautiful or more sadly musical summons than that which calls In vain from the tower of the Augustlnlans to the forsaken and solitary city It Is all summed up In the eloquent apostrophe of Sherer Con the golden exists no more Goa where the aged Da Gama closed his glorious life Goa where the Immortal Camoeus sang and suffered It is now but a vast and grassy tomb and it seems as If its thin end gloomy population of priests and friars were only spared to chant requiems for its departed soulsSt Times Gazette HAIR A BALSAM htJrIromoldM ev r Valli to natre Orwr JJUlr to It youthful QoIor- Vwatdaolmgeedeuet I Constipation Make Bilioainert and Bad Complexities fat whertl your beauty Keepthe system in good condition Iud all the organs healthy by taking F SONSIYER jILLS and Tonic Pellets which gently assist Nature in eliml oatiog the poison and at the same time make good blood good digestion good health and will keep The Ro cs In Your CheeKa V PRe Sample and Booklet at all dealers A Complete Treatment Itt as days zs cts 1I c Nwrets4Gtpe For Sale by Klncheloo nros llurdlnsburx and A It FIsherI C ov- erportwwuwJw The Best J Every Watch clock spectacle or piece of jewelry you buy of us is tho best that the amount of money you pay I for it can buy We also examine eyes and do it ag well as any one anyplace you may go Wo lit you with the best quality glasses for as Iittlo money and in a great many cases for less money than any one else Very Respectfully Lewis Sc Ball IIJEWELERS AND OPTICIANS KYt j Stephenson Dlrthplnee In a red tiled two story house on the rond between Newcastle and Ilexham England was horn George Stcphcnson the Inventor of the tlrst practical loco motive on June 0 liSt lie earned hls first regular money a shilling a wool for looking after cows and he was eighteen before he learned to rend The modeling of engines In clay was his favorite occupation as a boy and when he grew up toward manhood he had charge of engines and displayed his Inventive genius In their Improvement At last in 1813 he produced his tlrst locomotive which he called a traveling engine Lord Ravensworth was called a fool for advancing money for the con struction of a locomotive A few years however proved that Lord havens worthwas not so foolish ns people sup posrd for In 1S25 the Stockton and Dar 1I11 ton line was opened for traUic The Eleotrlcal Current The path traversed by n heavy cur rent of electricity In passing through the body Is n matter of great Importance The most dangerous Is from one hand to the other because the re sistance of tho path Is low nnd because the current passes near the heart Hence It is n good rule in handling live conductors to use but one hand An important rule to observe In rescuing a person in contact with a live wire and when It Is impossible to cut off the cur rent is to push the victim ort with one toot Even should the current pass from one foot to the other through the rescuer the resistance of the path is considerable and as the current Hoes not pass near the heart serious Injury is not likely to result Proof of a Conspiracy The following story Is told In ex planation of the reason why the teach lug of chemistry In Turkish schools was forbidden some years ago It hind been proposed that this science should be added to the curriculum but the first thing that struck time eyes of the ruler of the faithful on opening an elementary textbook of chemistry was the formula for water 112 O Hero said the sultan Is proof ot- a conspiracy to undermine my nuthor ity In the e w of my subjects II two of TlintH nothing but a sly way of intimating that Humid II Is n naught Beyond Ilrllpf Mr Hunter reading Huh This advertisement says roomy flat to let Talk about your condensed lye Mrs Hunter How do you mean Mr HunterWell It Its roomy It surely cant be a flat if its really a lint it cant be roomy and if by some miracle It should be a roomy flat it wouldnt be to IctPhlladelphla Press Worked noth Vay Joggles Are they good divorce law yersWagglesBest in the business Theyve originated overa hundred dif ferent ways of collecting alimony and as many more tot evading the payment of It Judge J A Notable Gathering ot Sunday fSchool Workers The State Sundayschool Conven tion which meets at Lexington August 1820 should not be forgotten by tne Sundayschool worKers of this county The prospects are that this will be the largest convention ever held Fully one thousand delegates are expected About ninety County Conventions have been held since May let and the whole State is aroused Excell Pearce and Bryner are names to conjure with My will it not be tine to meet and hear and know these great workers and join with from two thousand to three thousand in singing hallelujahs under 1shipI 1 just think what it means to come in vital and sympathetic touch with leadingSundayschool be a liberal education in itself No Sundayschool worker can afford to miss ik None can form any con Inllplring I him until he has attended one flecretaryLouIsv11le Special 0 A R Train via Chicago fir Northwestern Ry 4 August11ththe round tripChlcago to Los Angeles Wrrespondinglylow trains daily through to the coast fwithout change Daily and personally WrIteforand full particulars I have practiced medicine toraG years and have consulted the leading regardtohave never been able to find anything that KodolDyspepsia yearsCould milkIthatImy is better than it ever was P 1in my life and I know that it will earrcure any case of Dyspepsia if taken as BigHill a Q olden Wedding Celebration Mr and Mrs Jacob Heck of Cancnelton celebrated their golden wedding The couple is prominent In Caunftlton and highly respecetd by i t everyone Mr Heck is a laeroliait and president of the Cannelton Nutional bank u s