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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 40 0 fI if r1 T BRECKENRIDGE NEWSt L ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINTV- OL XXVIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 20 1904 8 Pages NO 27 l k t LI M i 4r r- tt A MISSING FOR EIGHT MONTHS The family of John David Doling of Lyonia Hancock county are alarm ed over his disappearance which oocnred eight months ago and are now taking steps to ascertain his whereabouts He left Lyonia for Owensboro and was to go from there to the coal mines at Fenley to seoc a position Since then his family has not heard a word from him The News authority for the above infor mation is a son of Mr Bolings who was in the city Saturday making in quiries about his father The son has been waiting patiently for hs father to return home but his continued and unaccountable absence and his failure 1to locate him have made it look like a case ofI mysterious disappearance It Is said that Baling formerly con ducted a variety theater in Owens boro and at one time resided in Tobinsport Ind Ho has been a man of means and is known to many People in Breckenridge county Resolutions of Respect Whereas It has pleased an all wise God to remove front among us our dear Sister Mrs P D Plank be it resolved That we the members of the Mis sionary ud Aid Society extend to the family our tenderest and most heart felt sympathy in their sad bereave ment to the friends relatives and community our regret at the great loss they have severally sustained and that this Missionary and Aid So ciety has lost a faithful and sincere member whoso place cannot be filled That a copy of tthese resolutions be spread upon our minutes a copy sent co the News and a copy sent to the bereaved familyMrs Nannie Ferry Mrs A R Fisher Mrs F M Smith Changes in Barber Business I Judson Cooinbed the popular bar ber left yesterday for Owensboro to reenter the barber business 1 in that city However he will continue to be the proprietor of the local tonsorial parlors in the Dr Lightfoot office bUIlding Jesse Weathorholt and Chas Ryan who have both returned to this city after being in the business in Owensboro will conduct the parlors for Mr Coombes Mr Coombes began the barber busi ness in this city in September 1003 and built up a good trade For sever al months he has had associated with him Ed Sapp of Hawesville who re signed his position Monday and re turned to Hawesvillo yesterday Mr Coombes family will not return to Owensboro until the first of February The Clarion a Little Late Last weeks Hancock Clarion says Mrs Dood Moorman well kn wn and who formerly lived about Sk ill man died a few days since in Clover port We suppose that the Clarion referss to Mrs Minerva Moorman better known to her friends and relatives as Mrs Dood Moorman who died in this city about two months ago Form Society of Equity J Jan19SpecialThos ident of the American Society of Equity organized u society at Shu mate schoolhouse in Meade county Saturday January 0 The following officers were elected Noah Hicks President W H Shumate Vice President and Hon W A Stith Secretary Fine Flock of Dominecks Mrs Lon Glasscook of MoDani els has a fine foclt of Dominecks perhaps the best in the county Tne fowls are r large and tall and average eight and nine pounds each It will be remem bored that last year Mrs Glasscopk sold a number of hens which brought her on an average of seventy cents each Lot Owners Cloverport Cemetery- A meeting of the lot holders of the Oloverport Cemetery Co wilt be held at the Breckenridgo Bank Thursday Jan 28 at 2 oclock p m for the pur pose of electing a newBoard of Direo tors All lot owners are requested to be present- A A LuHeist Secretary You Know What You Are Taking When you take Groves TastelessChnirou 10 because the formula is plainly printed on every bottle showing that It Is simply Iron and Quinine InD tasteless form No euro No pay 1rlcffSOc HARDINSBURGNEWS Hardinsbnrg Ky Jan 10Spe- olal The County Medical Society met last Wednesday afteroon at the office of Drs A MSand J E Kin cheloe Dr L B Moremen of Irvine ton read a paper on Trachoma and Dr A M Kincheloe one on Epilepsy A general discussion of these subjects followed the reading of thl papers Thu Society meets monthly and the officers desire a more general attendance of the physicians of the county Will Not Abolish District Hardinsburg Ky Jan 1USpe- clalAt a meeting ot a unmoor of citizens of the Bandy School District held at the office of Joel H Pile the county School Superintendent last Monday it was decided not to estab lish a new school district in that neighborhood as had been proposed Supervisors are in Session Hardinsbnrg Ky Jan JOSpe- clalThe County Board of Supervis ors met again at the court house today to hear the complaints of the tax payers who have been raised and puss finally upon the lists They will remain in session four days Sells Carload of Mules t Hardinsbnrg Ky Jan 10Spe- cfalVia Robertson sold a carload of mules to Mr Pcinberton of Elizabeth town last week Some Tobacco Moving Hardinaburg Ky Jnn 10Spe cIalA few loads of tobacco were delivered here Monan- yAppointment is Deserved- Dr L B Moorman of Irvington has been appointed County Health Officer and Secretary of the Pension Board Tho appointment of Dr Moreman to these two responsible Dositions is well deserved as it attests to his efficiency as a physician and is a reward for faithful and valued service to the people of the county while fulfilling the duties of his profession in a private way In Honor of Miss Orr Miss Mary Moorman entertained Friday afternoon in honor of her guest bliss Ollie Orr of Henderson Besides the hostess and guest were Misses Margaret and Elizabeth Skill man Nell Gregory Georgia White Lain Owen Ethel Oelze Eliza and Eva May Adellu Moorman and Mesdames1 R L Oelze and Etta Evans Much Ice is Coming Great masses of ice which brone loose from the gorges at Cincinnati several days ago are coming down the Ohio and river men are apprehen sive lest the weather should turn suddenly colder anti the floes of Ice should freeze together If warm weather continues through the week it is believed that the ice will be soft and mushy and do no damage Rufus Murray Dead Mr Rufus Murray brother of A H Murray of this city died and was burled in Washington D Co last week Mr Murrays homo was in Washington and he bad a position in the Treasury Department The Weather in Iowa Thos L Caley writes from Glen wood Iowa under date of Jan 10 Having nice weather out here now streets dusty thermometer 14 degrees below zero cutting ice fifteen inches thick and yet people in this good warm climate shiver and nearly freeze in a temperature of 30 above Capt Seargent III The many friends ot Capt W H Seargent will be sorry to leurn of his serious illness at his home in Fords vile He has been confined to his bed for four weeks with an attack of Brights disease His condition was somewhat improved last Monday but there is little hope of his beings well I man again Capt Seargent has been on the Branch of the Henderson Route for ten or twelve years and a more faithful efficient public servant nAver served a people Every man woman and child along tle toad is his friend Had Relatives Here John Albert Faith a wellKnown young man of Owensboro died in that city Thursday morning at 10 oclock of consumption at the residence of his parents Mr and Mrs George Faith The funeral was held at the residence and the interment was at Elmwood Friday morning Mr andMrs Jndson Coombes and 1lrnnd Mrs Wm Boffins of this city attended the funeral Mrs Coombes was a sister of Mr Faith and Mr Hoffius a half uncle 5000 for you In our Worlds Fair guessing contest See page 3 for par ticulars Over the County Robertson Broil shipped a carload of mules last Saturday to Memphis Tenn Cook Taylor of Ouster sold ten hhds of Burley in Louisville last week at a handsome profit The Hon D C Moorman came home from Frankfort last Saturday and returned Monday WHATS DOING AT FRANKFORT It is expected that by the end of this week or the middle of next week the three most important measures be fore the General Assembly will have passed both houses and have reached Governor Beckhams desk for the approval that there awaits them These three measures are the Capitol Appropriation Bill the School Book Bill and the Worlds Fair Appropriation Bill The first provides for an appropriation of sufficient money to erect a new capitol building The second provides for state uniformity and maximum prices of school books The third provides for an appropriation of 75000 for the Kentucky representa tion at St Louis A number of the three bills have already passed one or the other of the two houses Senator Gus RIchardson of this district introduced a bill last week appropriating 75000 for enlargement of the Western Asylum at Hopkins yule Representative A So Thompson of Meade introaucd a bill providing for the death penalty fur robbery and burglary one appropriating 1000 annually for additional clerical assistance to the State Treasurer and one increasing the penalty for road over seers falling to perform their duties The bills were referred to the proper committees Girls skates W B Celze 5000 For Your Thought What is it Man Tell Us 5000 enough to live easy on for 5 years for you if your thought is the only nearest correct esti mate of tho total number of paid admissions to the Worlds Fait during May There is 15000 in 500 cash prizes in our guessing contest told of in detail elsewhere in this issue and you will likely find your self owner of one if you will think a littlo and thou send in your estimate with a dollar for the News a year which entitles you to tho estimate todaytOn page 3 is tho blank for your estimato and val uable information on other prizes Renew or subscribe for tho News right now and got an estimate This is a chance you rarely come across a chance to make a small fortune THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS Cloverport Ky ADDITIONAL LOCAL Skates W B Oelze Ham fresh Oc per Ib at Browns Standard roasted coffee lOo per Ib at BrownsC Skillman was in Hardlasbnrg MondayV Babbage was in Hardins burg Thursday G W Short was in Irvington Friday on business J R Mays of Webster was in town Friday David Murray Jr was in Hardins burg Sunday R N Hudson returned Friday from a trip to Mississippi We sell oysters cheaper than anyone in townEnglish Kitchen Born Thursday to the wife of Mayor L T Reid a girl Jno P Haswelll Jr of Hardins burg was in town Wednesday- A A LaHoiat went to New Albany Saturday to be with his family Miss Adelia Moorman is visiting relatives in Hawesville this week Miss Mary Jarboe was the guest of relatives in Hawesville Saturday and Sunday 5000 for you in our Worlds Fair guessing contest See page 3 for par ticularsMrs Eugene Haynes entertained the Ladies Reading Club Thursday afternoon 5000 for you in our Worlds Fair guessing contest See page 3 for par ticulars 5000 for you in our Worlds Fair guessing contest See page 3 for par ticularsDavid Murray Jr is back with John Phelou the tobacco buyer as bookkeeper ii000 for you in our Worlds Fair guessing contest See page 8 for par ticulars Rev S 0 Christian filled his reg ular appointments at the Baptist church Sunday That funny Jim Jackson will be in the minstrel show Thursday week at Oelzes Hall Sue ad Miss Emma Young of Henderson was the guest of liar sister Mrs Con Si ppel Sunday and Monday Dr 0 L McCarty of Spottsvlllo was the guest of his son B M Mc Carty Monday and Tuesday W H Owen who bought the Con Ftance from TF Sawyer has left with the boat for Vicksburg Miss Miss Mollye Gage who has been the guest of Miss Ruth Haynes returned to Grand 7iew Ind Monday Funny Jim Jackson going to do the toodoloe act in the big minstrel show at Oelzes Hall Thursday week see ad- Hev P L King preached at the M E church South both morning and evening Sunday as ho closed the protracted meeting at Lewisporfc last weekI the largest stocK of hoots and shoes in Clovorport This menus a lot of boots and shoes All new stock and all uptodate I will save you COc on the dollar on shOes Cull and see Julian Brown Frank Cooper Now Has Charge Frank Cooper of Huwesvillo now has charge of the timber interacts of the Tar Springs land R It Williams of Evansville and J D Cooper of Hawesville the new owners of the Tar Springs are now more seriously than several months ago contemplating making many improvements at the famous summer resort in the way of buildings walks grounds roads accommodations etc As yet they cannot give any definite Information us to what they will do Cloverports gg- OLDFASHIONED to have a Show a good MINSTREL SHOW On THURSDAY night January 28 in OELZES HALL Hawosvillos troupe of 20 MEN will nmko tho fun with their comical s onga slow drags toodoloes shakotashako and other amusing features Such funny follows as JIM JACKSON CHAS PUCKETT CARL RUE and others compose the troupe A BRASS BAND and COMPLETE ORCHESTRA will produce the music A strictly professional show is played Music interspersed throughout the play FREE OPEN AIR CONCERT in tho afternoon at 5 oclock and before the performance Doors open at 7 play begins at 8 Tickets on sale at the hall during tho day Come and get full of fun that will stay with you a month or more Mail orders for tickets will be filled Further particulars may bo had of J D Babbago Jr Manager Cloverport Reserved seats 50c Semireserved 35c Nonreserved 25c Tickets on Sale at NEWS Office 20 Men in the Troupe NS vc The Show lasts 2 hoursAnd theres not a dull mfnute in tho 120 Fun from start to finish MMWMMtM MAttkItMlW Making Contracts This Week F D Whiteneck manager of the J T Polk companys local canning factory is making contracts with the farmers who will grow tomatoes and corn for the use of the factory this year The distance of the farms whereon the crops are grown from this city may be as much as fifteen miles It is the intention of the com pany to contract with farmers on both sides of the Ohio within this distance both up and down the stream as the crops can be qnlcKly delivered b boat Mr Whiteneck began making con tracts on Monday Manager WhltenecR and W M Me Kown a large stockholder in the can nery were in Tobinsport Thursday to meet the farmers of Tobins bottom to talk over the matter of raising crops for the cannery this year Contracts for the growing of peat fruits and berries will not be made until later Surprise Birthday Party Miss Kate Oglesby gave a surprise party for Martha Miller Saturday afternoon to celebrate her eleventh blrthrlay The litters following little friends were present Virgim Hudson Elizabeth Skllluian Lncilo LaNeave Eloise Nolte Snsette and Francis Sawyer Jeanette Burn Lenora and Virginia McGavock Nina Brnns Mildred Babbage and Julia Hills Eleven Acres Bring 1000 Skllltnan K y Jan 10Specinl- Mrs F C Davis of Charleston Mo formerly Miss Mable Sterret of this place has sold her farm consisting of eleven acres of choice river bottom land to J C Jarboe for the handsome price of 1000 ADDITIONAL EDITORIAL TROUBLE IX TILE Frill 1MST One of the countries beforethe public eye at present is Manchuria the northernmost province of China be cause of the trouble between Japan and Russia About some questions involving this province there seems to be some confusion in the public mind owing to varying statements made by the press One or those state moats frequently repeated is that RussiaI has failed to withdraw her troops from Manchuria as per her agreement During 1003 Russia made feints to do this but marched most of the troops back to their old quarters again During the Boxer up risings Russia had to send troops into Manchuria to protect her im mense railroad Interests and under agreements with China in 1800 an a 1808 she lass a legalI right to keep troops in Manchuria for this purpose Properly speaking Russia has kept her troops in Manchuria as a police force the necessity for which is ad mittedWhat Japan wants in Manchuria and Corea is free trade Since the war between China and Japan the island empire has been tho largest foreign market for Manchurian products and the Japanese 6f course are trying to push their manufactures where they are buying so freely The country in dispute furnishes a promising and profitable field for Japa nese progress It has an area of 370 000 square miles a population ol 8500 000 inhabitants every acre in prairie and valley teems with profitable crops and the mountains are rich with mia ernls A late dispatch from St Petersburg with regard to the RtiHsoJapanese situation in the Orient says In part Neither Russia nor Japan desires Will said the Secretary of the Japa nose legation Japan doesnt claim a protectorate over Coroa She onlyI de mands the right of free trade in Corea and Manchuria Japanese trade with Manchuria could ba established in such a manner as to give Russia equivalent advan tages for any loss of the opening of the Manchurian markets Russias interests could be further safeguarded by a RussioJnpnnese commercial treaty It Blue Island Ill Jan 14 1001 Messrs Ely BrosI have used your Cream Balm in uiy family for nine years and It has become my family doctor for colds in the head I used it freely on my children It is a Godsend to children Yours respectfully J Kimball Messrs Ely BrosI suffered greatly with catarrh and tried different reme dies without effect After using one bottle of your Cream Balm I found relief anti I cannot praise too highly such a remedy Miss Cora Willard Albany N Y r u R U Hn L + 121 ri i iii i l I 1 t f I J J oj iM I I H iI 1 f 1 75A1r r Jot I I + I Z I I It t I I I II t It 1ft III fli It II lit II I II litWWEWWW W I THE STROLLERS By FREDERIC S ISHAM Author of Under the Rose kkkCopyright 1902 by THE BOW ENHERRILL COMP- ANYtitvtts MrCrCrtrtrtrtrtrfrfrMrtrertrtet A AM MrMtA Z ili A AftA AA thSrk Mt d 11 L 1i triTTT dlAPTEIl XIV this brief hostile out Aright lu the garden below the wing Mntivllle prepared to make as effective defense as lay In his power and looked around for his aid the driver of the coach but that quaking Individual had taken ad vantage of the excitement to dlsap pearThe young girl too had availed her self of the opportunity while he was at the window and vanished Why the slippery Judos gone he exclaimed staring around the room confounded for the moment Then re covering himself he hurriedly left the chamber more apprehensive lest she sbould get out of the manor than that the tenants should get In For the moment he almost forgot the antlrenters lIe hastily traversed the upper hall but was rewarded with no sight of her lIe gazed down the stairs eagerly with no better result The front door was still closed as he had loft It- Yes shes gone he repeated What a fool I was to have trusted her to herself for a moment A new misgiving arose and he start rooWhat If she had succeeded In leaving the manor He knew and distrusted Little Thunder and his cohorts What respect would they have for her For all he had done It was neverthe less Intolerable to think she might be In possible danger from others save himself A wave of compunction swept over him After all he loved her and loving her could not bear to think of any calamity befalling her Surely Ive gone daft over the stroller he thought as his own podl tion recurred to him In all its serious ness Well whats done is done Let them come With no definite purpose of searching further he nevertheless walked me chanically down the corridor and sud donly discerned Constance In a blind passage where she had inadvertently fled At the end of this narrow ball a win dow looked almost directly out upon the circular brick dovecot now an In distinct outline and on both sides were doors one of which she was vainly endeavoring to open when he approached Unfortunately the door Is locked he said Ironically Meanwhile as this spot has no strategic advantages sup pose we change our base of defense Realizing how futile would be re sistance she aecompiinled him once more to the chamfer In the wing wJiuro he had determined to make his last defense After closing mid lock- Ing the door he lighted one of many candles on the mantel The Illckerlng glare fell upon the young actress standing hand upon her heart listening with bated breath nod Mnuvillo with ominous expres sion brooding over that chnnce which sent the liwoliolilors to the manor on that night of nights The violent crash of a heavy body nt tho front of the house and a tumult of I voices on the porvh succeeded by a din In the huh announced that the first barrier had peen overcome and I tho antlronters were In possession of I tho lower loon of the manor Mnu vJllo had started toward the door I tivheu the anticipation in thin young girls eyes hold him to the spot Innc cewlblc she was the more desired I Her reserve was fuel to his flame and at Unit moment whileI his life liming I In the balance he forgot the rebuff he I had rId and how she had nearly played upon him Words fell from his lips unpremeditated 1 eloquent voicing those desires 1 Soon they were chest to eMit which had grown in the solitude of the manor Passionately ho addressed her knowing the climax to his ditllcultlcs was at hand Once near her he could not be at peace without her he vowed nnd this outcome had been inevitable All this ho uttered impetuously nt times Incoherently but as he conclud ed she only clasped her hands help lessly solely conscious of the uproar below which spread from the main ball to the adjoining rooms They are coming they ore comingI she said and Mauvllle stonnwl chart while nnger ana resentmentI IHutI at strife within him somo on t tried the door of the chamber and finding it locked set up a shout Im i me lately the prowlers in the wings I I tho searchers in the kitchen nnd theII stragglers below congregated In the main hall Footsteps were beard ascending rapidly pausing in doubt nt the head of the stairway not knowing whether to turn to tho right or to tho leftHere they nrer called out the ma I at the door You meddlesome foal exclaimed Mauvllle lifting a revolver and discharging It in the direction of the voice Evidently the bullet passing through the panel of the door found its mark for the report was followed by a cry of pain This plaint was answered from the distance and soon a number of anti renters hastened to the spot Mauvllle in vicious humor moved toward the threshold Ono of the panels was already broken and an arm thrust Into the opening The land baron bent for ward and coolly clapped his weapon to tile member the loud dlnchargc be- Ing succeeded by a howl from the wounded leaseholder Mauvllle again raised his weapon when an cxclamn tlon from the actress caused him to turn quickly in time to see n figure spring unexpectedly into the room from the balcony Tho land baron stood in amassment eying the intruder who had appeared so suddenly from an un guarded quarter but before he could recover his self possession his hand was struck heavily nnd the revolver fell with a clatter to the floor Tile aeaallant Quickly grasped the weapon presenting It to the breast of the surprised landowner who looked not into the face of an unknown anti renter but Into the stem familiar countenance of SalntProeper You hereT stammered the land baron as he involuntarily recoiled from his own weapon The soldier contemptuously thrust the revolver Into his pocket As you see he said coldly and In a moment theyindlcating the doorwlll be hereYou think to turn me over to them exclaimed the other violently But you do not know me This Is no quar rel of yours Give me my weapon and let me fight It out with them By heaven I nm half minded to take you nt your word But you shall have one chance a slender one There Is the window It opens on the por ticoIAnd If I refuseTII They have brought a rope with them Go or hang The heir hesitated but as he pondered I the antlronters were effectually I shattering the heavy door I The serfs are here The drawers ofII water and hewers of wood have arisen Hang the land baron Hang the feu dal lord A braver man than Mauvllle mhhtJt have been cowed by that chorus but after pausing Irresolutely weighing the chances of life and death gazing Jealously upon the taco of the appre henslve girl nnd venomously at the Intruder the heir finally made a virtue j of necessity and he sprang upon thlllc balcony none too soon for a IDItlInJlater the door burst open and an in I on ruous element rushed Into thptroom Not until then did the soldier discover that he hind overlooked thpc possible unpleasantness of remaininGr In the land barons stead for thin anti routers promptly threw themselves up on him The first to grapple with himII was a herculean thick ribbed man o extraordinary stature taller than thlC soldier If not so well knita Goliath tStnmlt let mo throw Imintr And Dick the toUtman rushed at SaintProsper with fu rious attack Soon they were chest to chest each with his chin on his opI ponents right shoulder and each grnspII lug the other around the body withc Joined hands Dicks muscles grew taut like mighty whipcords his chest expanded withcpower he girded his loins for n great effort and it seemed as If he would make good his boast Held in the grasp of those arms tight as Ironr bands the soldier staggered Oncetj more the other heaved and again SainttProsper nearly fell his superior agility alone saving himII Then slowly almost Imperceptibly the soldier managed to face to thotright twisting so as to place his lertii hip against his ndversary his only chnnce a trick of wrestling unknown to his herculean but clumsy opponent Gathering all his strength In a net determined effort he stooped forward suddenly and lifted In his turn One j portentous momenta moment of doubt and suspense and the proud representative of the barn burners was hurled over the shoulder of the soldier landing with a crash on the tloorIwhere he lay dazed and Immovable Breathing hard his chest rising andjj falling with labored effort SaintPros j per fell back against the wall Tho antlrcnters quickly recovering their surprise gave him no tromII regain his strength and the 1 promised a speedy and disastrous conIj II Hnulnn for thin Rnldlnr wlmu nnddnntrh I I a white figure flashed before him con fronting the tenants with palo face and shining eyes A slender obstacle only n girlish form yet the fearlessness of her manner the eloquence of her glance for her lips were silentkept them back for the Instant I But fiercer passions were at work among them the desire for retaliation and bitter hatred of the patroon which speedily dissipated any feeling of com punction or any tendency to waver Kill him before his Indylovcl cried n piercing voice from behind Did they not murder my husband before me Kill him If you are men I IAndj pressing Irresistibly to the front the woman whose husband lIertmatronlyeflamed with uncontrollable passions Gently the soldier now partly rccov ering his strength thrust the young girl behind him as pushing to the fore ground the woman regarded him vengefully But in her eyes the hatred and bitter aversion faded slowly to be replaced by perplexity which in turn gave way to wonder while the uplift ed arm raised threateningly against firstnastonished doubting she did not speak then her lips moved mechanically That is not the land baron she cried staring at him in disappoint ment that knew no language At this unexpected announcement imprecations nnd murmurs of Incredulity were heard on all sides Woman would you shield your husbands murderer exclaimed an over zealous barn burner Shield him she retorted as if aroused from a trance No no Im not here for that But this is not the patroon His every feature is burned into my heart I tell you it is not he Yet he should be here Did I not see him driving toward the manor And she gazed wildly around For a moment following this Impassioned outburst their rough glances sought one another and the soldier quickly took advantage of this cessa tion of hostilities No I am not the land baron he In terposed Yon arent growled the disap pointed leaseholder Then who are you An nntirentcr he added IIUSII piciously I am no friend of his continued the soldier in a firm voice You hadII one purpose in seeking him I another I He carried off this lady I was follow lag him when I met you in the grove I Then how came you heroIn this roomBy 7 the way of a tree the branch of which reaches to the window The land baron was in this room a moment ago Where Is he now For answer SaintProsper pointed to the window Then you let him Were wasting time impatiently shouted the barn burner who had dis t claimed the soldiers identity to the pa troon Come with an oathdoy- ou want to lose him after nil Helcnnt be far away And this one isnt our man For a second the crowd wavered then with n vengeful shout they shot front the room disappearing as quickly ns they hind come Led by Little Thuncder who being a man of peace hadsdiscreetly remained without they had reached the gate In their headlong pur suit when they were met by a body of horsemen about to turn Into the yard ns the nntlrenters were hurrying out i At the sight of this formidable band the leaseholders Immediately scattered Taken equally by surprise the othersd little effort to Intercept them nndtsoon they had vanished over field and down dell Then the horsemen turned or rode through the avenue of trees and of drew up noisily before the portico Front their window the soldier and his companion observed the abrupt en e- ounter at the entrance of the manor and the dispersion of the leaseholders like leaves before the au gusts Constance who lendw breathlessly watched the flight of the assailants felt her doubts as the horsemen drew up before the door Are they coming buck she asked Involuntarily clasping the arm of her companionShe had been so cOurageous and self controlled throughout that long day on n sudden felt strangely weak and dependent He leaned from narrow casement to command the Is vista below striving to pierce Ute and she following his example over his shoulder Either a gust of nil hind extinguished the light In the on the mantel or the tnllow dip hnd burnt itself out for the room wns now In total darkness so that they dimly see without being seen These men nre not the ones who Just fled he replied Then who are they she half whis drawing unconsciously closer In moment of Jeopardy her taco dlsIbut n curls length Below the men were dismounting tying their horses among time trees Liken noisy band of troopers they were excitedly but their words were indistinguishable Why do you suppose they tied from them she continuedeWas it a tendril of the vine that touched his cheek gently He started his face toward the haze In the open borderlandClearly these men are not tho leaseholders They may bo seeking you She turned eagerly from the window In tho darkness their hands mot Momentary compunction made her pause I havent yet thanked you And he felt the cold nervous pressure of her hands on his You must have ridden very hard and very fart His hand closed suddenly upon one of hers Ho was not thinking of the ride but of how she had placed her self beside him In his moment of peril I ow alma Imu bald themnot lomr but a momentyet long enough 1 Theyre coming Inl Theyre down stairs she exclaimed excitedly A flickering light below suddenly threw dim moving shadows upon the ceiling of tho hall As she spoke she stepped forward and stumbled over the debris nt the door His arm was about her almost before the startled exclama tion had fallen from her lips for a mo ment her shapely young figure rested against him But quickly she extricated herself and they picked their way cautiously over the bestrewn threshold out Into tho ball At the balustrade they paused Re connoitering at the turn they were af forded full survey of the lower hall where the latest comers had taken pos session Few in numbers the gathering hnd come to a dead stop regard ing In surprise the broken door and the furniture wantonly demolished With unusual pallor of face the young girl stepped from behind the sheltering post Her hand resting doubtfully upon the balustrade sought in unconscious appeal her companions arm as they descended together the broad steps In time partial darkness the men ill discerned the figures but divined their bearing in the relation of outlines limned against the obscure backgroundWhy muttered one In surprise this is not the patroon And here if I am not mistaken is the lady Mr Barnes is so anxious about Mr Barneshe is with you It was Constance that spoke Yes but- Wherc Is he1 We left him a ways down the road andThe sound of a horses hoof bents in front of the manor breaking In on this explanation was followed by hurried footsteps upon the porch The new comer paused on the threshold when with an exclamation of Joy Constance rushed to him and In a moment was clasped in the arms of the now jubilant Barnes To be Continued Short llaynes Successful After a great denl of effort and correspondence Short Haynes the popular druggists have succeeded in getting the Dr Howard Co to make a special halfprice introductory offer on tne regular fifty centssize of their celebrated specific for the cure of constipation and dyspepsia This medicine is a receut discov ery tor the cure of nil diseases of the stomach and bowels Itnot only gives quick relief but it makes permanent cures Dr Howards speoitiohns been so remarkably successful in cluing constipation dyspepsia and all liver troubles that Short Haynes are willing to return the price paid in ever case where it dose not give re ief The oldfashioned idea of doing with mineral water cathartic pills or harsh purgatives will soon be a thing of the past The best physi are prescribing Dr Howards because it really gives the desired results and on account of the small and pleasant does that io needed So great is the demand for this spec I iflc that Short d Haynes have been able to secure onlyI a liinitd supplyII and every one who is troubled with psla constipation or liver should call upon them at once send 25 cents and get sitxy doses the best medicine ever made on this special halfprice offer with their personal guarantee to refund the mon y If it does not cure severely 1rnctlcnl Dont you sometimes wish you could rite your name on the scroll of fame Im not worrying about that an iwcred Senator Sorghum The scroll tif fame Isnt the book that the hank tashler turns to when you want a l check certified Washington Star Hold Ont Your Chest Nowadays we are told Hold out your chest and not Throw back your shoulders The shoulders will tape care of themselves if the chest held well up Maxwells Talisman The Pine Did Sllckuns house catch fire from a defective flue No an effective one He had It In sured for twice its real value Cincin nati TimesStar Dont contest a will if It Is a worn ans Lowell Citizen State of Ohio City of Toledo County FranK J Cheney makes oath tint be is tne senior partner of the firm of- F J Cheney Co doing business in the City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of One Hundred Dollars for ach and very sass of Catarrh that cannot be oared by the use of Hulls Catarrh Cure Frank J Cheney Sworn to before me and subscribed j in my presence this Oth day of Decem ber A D 1880 3 A W Gleason Notary Public 1 Heal l Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood rend mucous surfaces of tho system Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY CO Toledo 0 I Sold by Druggists 75o Halls Family Pills are tne best I c WKCJJMTIRFACTORY Its not sentimentthat makes the most successful shots shoot Winchester Factory Loaded Shells Its the results they give Its their entire reliability evenness of pattern and uniform shooting WinchesterII Leader shells loaded with smokeless powder arc the best shells on the market Winchester Repeater shells loaded with smokeless powder are cheap in price but not in quality Winchester New Rival black powder shells are the favorite black powder load on the market on account of their shooting and reloading qualties Try either of these brands and youll be well pleased They are THE SHELLS THE CHAMPIONS SHOOT reifilmlRtlo View Sentimental Wife rending from a- novelAnd clasping the beautiful girl to his heart the hero pressed his burning lips to her snowy brow Practical HusbandYes and Ill bet n dollar to a doughnut hell be down with pneumonia in the next chapter Cincinnati Enquirer Laxative Bomo Cures a CoM in One Day 3Deye c3 lyam on bor every Z Dannn Ten Doaki Charles A Dana once made a list of ten Indispensable books They were The Bible Shakespeare the Declara tion of Independence the Constitution of the United States Bancrofts His tory of the United States Irrlngs Life of Washington Franklins Autobiography Cuannlngs Essay on Napoleon Bonaparte Gibbons De cline and Fall of the Roman Empire nnd Tarbells Early Life of Lincoln Luck f Free More people fall from lack of force than from lack of education or opportunity says Success A man may be hell educated or brilliant and yet for lack of force be a complete failure In his vocation A man or woman may succeed without education but not without force without capital but not without energy Ito nether Whatever Do you ever have any trouble with the plants when your wife goes away asked the hatchet faced man sadly None whatever replied the cheer ful chap They always die within a week after she leaves and all I have to do Is to put them away until she comes bock Cincinnati Commercial Trib uneCame Out Strong at the End Chippy I was not at all up to the mark last night tried to say something agreeable but couldnt do It somehow no at last I bade them goodhy JonesAh then you did manage to ray something agreeable after all Stray Stories Mnllclnnn What made her faint asked the sympathetic old lady Madam replied the sour facrd misogynist there was a good looking young tuna standing right behind her Town nnd Country Not Moarnlnnr Mrs Suburba There goes Mrs Toughmnn Is she In mourning for her late husband Mrs Knowlt No only wearing black for him Cincinnati TimesStar Cured After Suffering 10 Years B F Hare Supt Miami Cycle Mfg Co Middletown U suffered for ten years with dyspepsia He spent hundreds of dollars for medi clUe and with doctors without receiv- Ing any permanent benefit He says One night while feeling exception ally bad was about to throw down the evening paper when I saw an item in the paper regarding the merits of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I concluded to try it and while I had no faith in it I felt better after the second dose After uSIng two bottles I am stronger and better than I nave been for years and I recommend Kodol Dyspepsia Cure to my friend and acquaintances suffering from stoinaon trouble Sold by All Drug Co Oddities About Alphabet When time Portuguese first explored Brazil they made great fun of the na tives of that country because they had In their alphabet no f r or I a people the invaders declared without fe Icy or rey without faith law or king The Mohawks ngaln have no labials and vowed it wns absurd when the missionaries tried to teach them to pro nounce p and b for who said they can speak with his mouth shut Blackwoods Magazine Too Considerate Mistress returning from holiday Why Bridget whatever has become of I the parrot Bridget Well you see mum after you left It looked a bit pining like and didnt talk much so the cook and I put it out of Its misery poor thing and I had It stuffed for my new atJudy Cynical I think Its absurd to say kissing Is dangerous gushed Miss Rosebud What possible disease could be spread by kissing Marriage madam grunted Grum I pR J hnlciioii ImpecnnloBltr Of Balzac it is stated that whenever be Was hard at work he went to roost like the fowls as he himself put It nt 7 In the evening He was called at 1 in the morning and wrote till 8 then took another hour and n half of sleep then after a light menl went to work again until 4 In the afternoon then he took a bath saw a few friends took perhaps a short walk and immediate after dinner went off to bed- I shall bo compelled he wrote to lend this niggers life for a few months without stopping in order not to be swamped by those terrible blllll that are due And yet he was always hart up for money flamed Norm- alSCHOOL Term Beg- insFebruary 23 And Closes June 10 1904 Courses of Study Teachers Course 12 00 Preparatory Course 8 00 Money payab1oin advance Pupils absent one weekon account of sickness money refunded Good board and furnished rooms at 2 and 225 per week For further particulars addres- sANDREW DRISKELL PRINCIPAL Hardinsburg Ky KKKKXKf THIS IS A- Presidential Year t AND YOU MUST KEEP POSTED The way to do this is to reed the WEEKL- YCourierJournal HENRY WATTERSON Editor TWELVE PAGES ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY 100Year a REVENUE REFORM SOCIAL REFORM MORAL REFORM The COUIHERJOUIIII1L limit Ihi test Almuie jiibliihid Send 35 emit fir a MM by mil COURIER JOURNAL COMPANY LOUISVILLE KYjBy a Special Arrangement you can i get th- eBreckenridge News and the WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL both one year for only 150T- his Is for cash subscriptions only All subscriptions under tits combination offer must otfice 4 t 1 i j i I I 1iI i 1 o i I ti 747 rrsA E p t G 1 I The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JANUARY 20 1004 Street Arab Who Illiic Newsboys and street nrabs often make admirable clerks The way they work Into commercial houses IB nston isblng A large percentage of public and prosperous business men of Amer Sea began as newsboys but probably no ope realizes how many work their way up from the gutter to wealth and influence They begin as hangers on and are recruited from the ranks of every class of street gamin Their wits have been sharpened by contact with the sordid side of life and by observa tion In the school of the street They know the value of friends So they are to be found at the door of every big house ready at any time to run nn errand always at hand to pick up an umbrella or open a door And before tho people who regularly pass In and out of the doors of the place realize It one of these little chaps they have been accustomed to see Is on the payroll Somebody has bought him a six dollar suit of clothes to put him more at case with the people and weather and he Is on the road that In a surprising number of cases leads to successNew York Press C7A STORI l BthttZ Bought electricity Among the Jnjmneae The Japanese understood electricity as an attractive force of which they were very secret The Greeks and Ro mans also knew something of the mag net as an attractive force known to modern science as an electrical attrac tion something like the loadstone of the Chinese They are supposed to be Ignorant of Its popularity though in their secret records there are mentions of sacred forces which none but God knew and must not be tampered with by man Proofs of Affection SheYou dont know what it Is to loveHeI dont eh Havent I been to every play read every popular novel In the last six months got Into debt hope lessly and cut oft ray mustache and all for your sake Boston Journal Mr Wm a Crane of California Md suffered for years from rheuma tism and lumbago He was finally advised to try Chamberlains Pain Balm which ho did and it effected a complete cure For sale by Short do Huynes Ileflex Intimidation EleanorIve refused Edgar five UrnesDorothyWell Eleanor Heres a note saying he lends me this lovely diamond ring to weAr until I accept him or or or 500 or or or or 100 or i5 50 or 100 or 10 50 28 or f5 140 445 or 13 to To In wo of of bo of St It or at It In of It a to no In of or to P to of Exoarilonlitu a in exceptionally weather of a captain naturodly to an ac a re captain In on quarter was at waiting to be Elopement 2 in I to SheOh It a Pn ma do so to see us 1 to up so Definition of I I on principle explained a defendant In Southwark I wearily In principle is Nora 01 Installment he so Mistress he he Philadelphia a understand a children are so at u JOur Great Profit Sharing Contest 15000IN 500 Prizes 1 st Prize 5000 2nd Prize 2500 3d Prize 1000 Seven Special Prizes of 50000 Each for Early Estimates Every subscriber to TILE BRECKENnIDGE NEWS nn opportunity magnificent prizes if wishes participate the Groatr or1ds hair Contest in which these givenThe of contest is the Admissions dutinn May the first month the Great Louis Worlds Without doubt the Worlds fair whichwill Louis on May 1 the largest ever held the world every man childshould bo interested in enterprise Conditions of this Great Contest Evttry subscriber the regular subscription price for it years subscription to THE BRECKEXKIDGE NEWS receive certificate which secure for prize which estimates When you in your subscription send estimates tho total paidadmissions at tho Worlds Fair during May mouth Fair Write address estimate in Subscription Blank below mail it to TIm BUECKENHIDQE NEWS The contest midnight April 30th 1904 no estimate received that allowed official of Secretary of the Worlds Fair showing paid attendance during May first Fair determine who entitled the prizes the awards will be a disinterested committee of prominent judges during first week contest will on April hair all an equal chance prizes Those who estimate or guess NOW a chance a Special Prize as good n chance to Capital of 500000 as the who guesses on the of tho contest The money to prizes is deposited tho Central Savings Detroit Michigan for no other purpose case of a or two or estimators equally correct prizes divided equally between HERE IS THE LIST OF PRIZES For the estimate or guess 15000 For tho guess 2500 For tbo third estimate guess 1000 For the fourth guess For tho fifth guess 300m0 For tho sixth guess For seventh guess 150 For tho eighth estimate guess For tho ninth guess For tho tenth estimate or guess For tho next fire estimates guesses 820 each For tho five nearest correct guesses each For tho next estimates guesses each For tho guesses each 493 amounting Valuable Information aid your estimates tho following Tho total paid admissions during May tho first tho Chicago Worlds Fair were 1OGO037 total paid admissions during May tho first tho Buffalo PanAmerican Exposition were 399430 What will tho total paid admissions during May tho first tho Louis Worlds Fair Figure guess and send tho figures your you will close tho day before tho Fair opens so that advantage Is gained by delay es timating Send figures your estimates guesses with your subscriptionsBo your name and O plainly Dont fall take advantage the Special Priies For Revenue years ago British warship visited St calm As natives the place had never seen steamer offered take them for hours cruise which was readily cepted by great many On their turn the seeing them all stand Ing rows the deck naked the cause He once Informed that they were paid The He We had best about the morning will bring my motor the next corner and couldnt you make little earlier and want off and dont like them late New Irlnclplc fought the case not because can not pay but the county court recently Yes know said Judge Addison these courts another word for temper Take the Hint that mon thot nadcnt call often Did take the hint No mum took the plonny Record To the last day she lives woman can never how can about money matters the doing well school New York Press Cash will have to share in these he to in matter this great Total Paid of St Fair open at St will be fair in and woman and this great who remits 100 will ono will him his entitle him to claim send also your of the first of tho your and and will close at and after hour will be The record tho the total the month of the will to and made by the in June As this close 30 the day before tho opens will have to win these will have to and just win the Prize one last day pay tho in Batik and can bo used In tie that are will bo them nearest correct second nearest estimate nearest correct nearest correct estlmato nearest correct estlmato nearest correct estimate tho nearest correct estimate nearest correct nearest correct estimate nearest correct nearest correct next estimates nearest correct next nearest correct estimates 1395 prizes 111500 forming furnish figures month Tho month month out guesses may mean fortune Tho contest tho result tho write figures Some Hilda the the good elope dear keep Didnt towld man worry when any name the are win more correct Secret In addition to the foregoing prizes the following Special Prizes for Early Estimates WILL BE PAID For tho nearest correct estlmato received before Jan 15 S 500 For the nearest correct estimate received on or after Jan 15 und before Feb 1bOO For tho nearest correct estimate received on or after l obl and before Feb 15 500 For tho nearest correct estimate received on or after Feb 15 and before March 1 500 For tho nearest correct estimate received on or after Marchl and before March 15 500 For the nearest correct estlmato received on or after March J5 and before April 1 500 For tho nearest correct estimate received on or after April 1 and before April 155011Tot- al 500 prizes amounting to II15000 Subscription Blank Inclosed find Stoapply on Subscription Account Name Iostofflco B ta tomMy Estimates of tho total number of paid admissions to tho Worlds Fair during the month of May are m m r Remember that the Capital Prize is 5000 and that there are Seven Special Prizes of 500 each for Early Estimates Send all orders to The Breckenridge News Cloverport Ky bedetermintdof actual service unless you purchase ware bearing a well known trademark For over bath century Spoons Forks etc tamped clYe1lpcrfare sold by leading dealers catalogueNo6 totheINTERNATIONAL SILVER CO Merldcn Coca ANTS KIDNAP THEIR FOES fluid Neighboring Village and Carry Off Many lri uuer Dr II C McCook tells of a species of kidnaping ants which make organ ized attacks on other ant villages for the purpose of capturing slaves Here Is an account of the attack At last the muster Is complete Mysteriously but effectively the signal Forwards is given and the column moves from the bill There is no regular alignment but a show of solidarity a holding of the ranks within close compass and toucha rout step In fact There Is no general there are no subordinate Ulcers but such la time sympathetic unity that they seem to move in response to one will and com mand If every warrior is a law unto himself the law so binds and animates and compels all alike that the ends of an organized cohort are served Assault battle nnd pillage follow quickly upon the sortie The objective point of the march Is not far away A hundred yards distant Is a Tuscan village The route thereto lies across the edge of a grove over a footpath along a fallen tree under whose shelter and shaded by tufts of grass is time devoted commune It Is feeble in numbers and there Is a bare show of de fense as the freebooters hurl them selves upon the hill and plunge Into the open gates The villagers lice at the first onset through unassallcd or secret passages Some run the gant let through the assailing ranks All who can carry a part of the family treasures eggs lame and pupa Like their Brobdlngnaglan brothers of the human race when disaster befalls their first care Is for their offspring The fugitives mount into nearby clumps of low wood plants whence they look down upon the devastation of their homes with what feelings For one must suppose that the midgets do feel though sometimes he would fain hope otherwiseMeanwhile the Invaders Issue from the gates bearing In their Jaws the Fuscan young and occasionally an adult They take the home trail but not in ordered ranks It Is go as you please now They are welcomed buck by their black confederates who receive the captives and take themtheir very own sisters perhapsInto the domestic quarters The soldiers hurry back to the scene of action for their work Is not yet finished Harpers Magazine A Very Close Call I stuck to my engine although every joint ached and every nerve was racked with pain writes C W Bellamy a locomotive fireman of Burlington Iowa I was weak and pale without any appetite and nil run down As I was about to give up I got a bottle of Electric Bitters anti after taking it I felt ns well ns I ever did in my life Weak sickly run down people always gain new life strength nnd vigor from their use Try them Satisfaction guaranteed by Short K Haynes Price 00 cents The Joke on Her I suppose being the wife of a humorist Is a continuous Joke said her former schoolmate Yes she sadly sighed looking at her faded Jacket and Its on me Chicago RecordHerald IMcnmirauIp It tickles a woman to death to plan It she had nn Income of 20000 n year how much good she could do with the flOO of it she could not spend for clothes New York Press For n bad taste In the mouth taken few doses of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Price 25 cents Warranted to cure For sale by Short s Haynes Tho Saracen and tho Moon Tho Saracens called the moon Ca bar the Great and the crescent still surmounts the Turkish mosques and is emblazoned on the green standard of the prophet Schlegal mentions a story that Mohammed wished to pass with his disciples as a person transfigured In a supernatural light and that the credulity of his followers saw the moon or the moons light descend up on him pierce his garments and replenish him That veneration for the moon which still forms a national or rather reli gious characteristic of the Mohammed ans may perhaps have Its foundation In the elder superstition or pagan Idolatry of the Arabs V Dalton Marble Works MARBLE AND GRANITE DALTON GA AGENT WANTED I u I I THEm Fifth Avenue I HOTEL Louisville Ky J8 PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr I u + u3eILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD I Only Line Personally Sleepers Louisville CALIFORNIA NEW AKIZOXA TEXAS Tho most centrally located and only firstclass hotel tho city mulling 1200 rate Only block from tho principal shopping district and two blocks from tho theatres Street cars pass tho door parts the city- Everything Iof neat and clean 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repre sentatives deserve creditfor its prompt passage What the people want in the Pan ama business is less talk and more digging If Joe Blackburn still per sistsIn standing in the way of progress and civilization hs ought to be shoveled out But Dave Smith will attend to his grand stand play We are glad that Boss Milt has given a good place to Charlie Miller His appointment meets with the approval of both Democrats and Repub licans Charlie has n responsible position and is fully competent to take care of it No more genial kind hearted boy ever went out from thisI county and heres hoping that he may come up to tae full measure of his duty to his state to his party end to those unfortunate ones over whom he Is sent to control Vnnt the farmers in this section want to do Is to go into gout raising Goats thrive on bushes in thickets on grass on any old land that Is turn ed out to waste Theres money In the goat Tne Angora is best for this I country Heres what its good for Mohair Is made from tho t fleece and mohair is valuabe and always i in demand No better meat than the flesh of an Angora and the kid is better than Inmb Its milk is rich er than tne cows Its leather makes fine boots and shoes gloves and book bindings Pelts go Into tine rebel and wraps Get a pair and start in They aont cost much and they are worth looking after Raise more goats and less tobacco a We are to have the boys of our neighboring town Hawrsville with us next week They are coming to maze us laugn and they tell us they can do it There are twenty of them I in allall good nice boys just out for a little innocent fun Let us all turn out and welcome them to this town Home minstrels negro mindJ Ktrels no better ehow on earth than a good home iniusfrel troupe Way back in the sixties this town had a min strel show It was a good one too Nat Raitt Dave Murray lane Web ster Bill Smart were the leading chart voters And they wore good in their line They made fun for the boys and girls and the elder onus too Happy old tithes were those It is ni pleasant to got back Into your boyhood K in days if it is oily for a glimpse President Roosevelts special message to the Senate on the Panama affair is one of tho ablest most illuminative and most conclusive state papers that aChiefj Most rcople and most papers look out for the worst things that con be 3 said of a man especially if ho be in 4I the public service and on tho other side of the question We dont believe 3evpry3 be on our side or not Its a mighty mean man or woman but what has 4 some good traits What the weekly Bays of Mr Roosevelts paper we be lieve to be true 4 The weekly1 knows a good thing when It sees it We dont Iways seei the best things about our President 4 MATTINGLY Mrs Sarah Prank has moved into her now store Miss hula Brickey has returned from a visit to friends at Tarfork Mrs C B Pate is slowly improving Jesse Tnul has moved onto a farm near Jolly Station Oscar Hendrick has bought a farm near Cloverport and moved onto it Miss Effie Pate spenl two weeks with her sister Fronie Scott at Harned Den Herr Performance Evnnsvlllc Ind 2530 270 round trip Cloverport to Evans vine and leturn Jan 27 good returning Jan 28 Up For Spud Selling Richard Nally of Glendeane was taken to Owensboro Sunday by land and was arranged pn the charge of spud selling His trial was continued until Friday and he was re manded to jail THIS REMEDYIs GIVE SatisfactionElys Giies Relief at once It cleanses soothes and heals tho diseased membrane It drlvos euros tWtIand In tin Head quicklyi 161s absorbed Heals thSensesi atdruELY HUOTlfEIW M Warren St New York HARDINSBURG Tax payers read Beards ad H C Murray was in Cloverport FridayTaylor Dowell of Irvington was 1in town Saturday Franklin Kincheloe was a visitor 1 Cloverport Sunday Dr John E Kincheloe went to Louisville Monda Proctor Keith of Cloverport was a visitor in town Sunday Frank Fratze of Cloverport was iinI town a few days last week David Murray of Cloverport spent last Sunday here visiting relatives Mrs Richard Wathen of Louisville is visiting her mother Mrs Sue Cox Miss Mattie Hook entertained a few guests at Flinch last Friday evening County Clerk Win F Hook wa in Louisville several days of last week Roland Smith of Stephensport is hero visiting his mother Mrs Amanda Smith Dr Milton Board returned home Saturday from a trip to Frankfort and LexingtonMiss Henderson of Webster is visiting h or sister Mrs Anion M Klnchnloe Mrs J D Beeler cf Kirn is visit The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There Is a disease prevailing In this euntrv most dannRrmu beC2USe So dCC new 0 live Many sudden pneumonia heart failure or apoplexy are often the resultI of kidney disease If kidney trouble is allowed to advance theI kidneypoisoned blood will attack the vital organs or the kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell Bladder troubles most always result from derangement of the kidneys and a cure is obtained quickest by a proper treatment of the kidneys If you are feeling badly you KtlmersSwampRoot remedyIt to hold urine and scaldc ing pain in passing It and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to I manytimesextraordinary effect of SwampRoot is soon It stands the highest for its won erful cures of the most distressing cases SMafip Root Is pleasant to take and sold by allJ druggists in fiftycent and onedollar mayhavethis wonderful dis- coveryand a book that byitheart tells all about it bum HnnMorSwitnpKoot sent free by nail Address Dr Kilmer CotBinghamton N Y When writing mention reading this generous offer in this paper Dont make any mistake but remember tho wlunIttevery battle her parents the Rev and Mrs J ling LenninMiss Richardson of Union Star is visiting her sister Mrs Percy M Beard Mrs David U Moorman of Glen deane is the guest of Gen and Mrs David R Murray Preston Ford has been promoted to the position of fireman with the L H Ss St L Ry Co The Rev W F Hogard tilled niu regular appointment at the M E church South Sunday Walter WIlson of Jolly Station formerly Surveyor of the county was in town Monday delivering his crop of tobaccoMessrs J A Carry and J W Pate of Cloverport were in town on a business trip last Monday The infant child of Mr and Mrs S A Pate who has been seriously 111 improvednJ C Oliver of Caster was in town last Saturday and qualified as admin istrator of the estate of Mrs Carthage E HornMr Mrs Frank Haswell and children of Arcola Ill who have been visiting his parents returned home Satrday Miss Jennie Green of Falls of Rough who has been the charming guest cf Miss Minnie Murray re turned home Sunday Chas B Skillman of Cloverport BreckenridgesBank was in town Monday and quail fled as notary public Our 1800 stemset and stemwind I watch is a genuine guaranteed American made watch Nothing on earth can equal itLewis Ball Thos J Moore of MoDaniels was in town lust Saturday He hats another week to teauh at Glendeane before takes active charge of His office heI lrITuylorSuperintendent and Assistant Superin tendent respectively of the M E church Sunday School 150 to 250 a genuine Seth Thomas weight clocK in good order Guaranteed 12 mouths Nothing better These are second nand guaranteed and U KLewis Ball Ten and twelve dollars I Why pay these price to drygoods and grocery concerns for Railroad Special and other similar watches when 5 iis all we would ask you for a Railroid Spe cial Lewis S Ba- llWEBSTER H H Norton has moved to his firm near town F M Knott has moved to his farm near Gaston Sheriff Bassett was here last Saturday on busing J R Mays went to Cloverport on business last Friday Roy Kennedy of Garfield was hereon business last Saturday- J C Kurtz is visiting friends and relatives in Hardin county George Sketo ought a farm near Lodibnrg and will move tnere shortly- C E Chapin late of the U S army arrived here lust week to ilii this brotherMiss Ada Henderson is at Hardins Imrg visiting her sister Mrs Amon Kincheloe Jas Suillman Sr accompanied by AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AA AAAA AAA AA AAAAA AA AA AAAA A 0 Are Pleased With the News E a FATKSVILLK Ky Jan 11 1904- Mu iJJ D BAHUAGK Cloverport Ky e Dear Editor Everybody around and about our town arc t = very much pleased with your paper P They consider the News as one of the best papers that hasCC ever been sent into our town And I would be perfectly lost could 1 not have the News to read every week and I will say I wish it could bo published e every clay because it contains news from all over tho State of Kentucky Iis Those whose homes arc without this paper should try itnland see for themselesHWishing you EYours MOLLIE FAWVEH E TTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTYTTTTTT TTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTVTTTYTVVT S son ed N for up and and = one more an for In order to cut down our stock we hero make some prices that will you These prices are for the only and wo make for cash None of goods goon or on Sold for cash Twelve pairs Mens No Shoes fljO 200 Fine No2 Shoes 200 Childrens Vests No3 for 10c- Bargain Skirts or No4 Mens 0c SweatersI No5 for 38c Childrens Shoes No6 for 7sc 125 BedI for 7Sc 25c Golf Gloves ISC- No8 pick out of the lot KY Will Pumphery at John Mo GavocKS last week Tom was at Hardinsburg last Saturday and bought three worK mules of Vic Robertson Our Sabbathschool is In a flourishing and invitation extended to the community to join Quite number from here will visit this w ek to show cause why tax list should not be rais Ada Henderson Miss Kurtz and Mrs H 0 Keys each entertained the flinch club on separate nights last week Miss Eva Carrigan of Gaston and Miss Alberta of South Bond Ind were pleasant visitors at Mrs P Parks Is rumored that Mr S A Adkis has bought the blacksmithing business here from J R Mays an d that he will conduct this line of buss ness here on an scale in the future Four Fast Trains Chicago To St Paul NorthWestern Limited light throughout 1000 P M and 300 A Vast luxurious equip servations apply to your nearest ticket agent or address N Mv BREHZB 435 Vine Street Cincinnati O I Is It is simply a good honest common sense food tonica combination of rich Port Wine and Pure Pepsin nothing else It is not a cureall or a medicine acute or chronic diseases It does not take the place of the doctor It does strengthen weak diges tive organs tones and builds the impaired impoverished nerves mus cles blood and promotes a perfect condition of vigorous health It is a valuable remedy for dyspepsia indiges tion and stomach troubles generally for weakened vitality and impaired strength It is a preparation of great worth for nursing mothers tired women old folks invalids and convalescents l It is highly recommended by physicians prescribed by them Two sizes 50 cts and 100 For Sale Bv A R FISHER Cloverport Ky This sale continued week Dont lose opportunity bargains astonish rood coming week them positively these account sent out approval onlyBargain Bargain 1 Bargain Twelve pairs Ladies 350 Bargain 125C Ladies19SC Underskirts50cBar- gain f Bargain I 1 BargainI Comforts BargainAllI Ladies I Your visited Lyddan condition cordial their edMiss Norris Jones extensive MinneapolisVia RyLeaveelectric schedules unequaledPor Wha- tWALTHERS PEPTONIZED PORTand longdemonstrated BABBAGES Bargain House No9 380 The pick of our 35c line 20cIIBargain No 10 I Ladies for OOc Union Suits 850 Felt Boots 198BargainI I Only a few pairs left at the price BargainII 250 Boys 3piece Suits138A bargain at the price Bargain 135c nays and Mens Caps 18c No 13 The pick of our stock at 18c arg 200 Jeans Coats No lnII for 100 Bargain The pick of bur entire stock ofI No Is Mens 250 PantsatIOO Bar No nlnIfioC Boys of Pants2ScII BABBAGE SON CLOVERPORT a a recently- It Undershirts NNN NNNNNNN N NN NN 2 i NOTICE i TAXPAYERS I have promised some to notify thorn before I was COM PELLED to have their taxes So I tako this means of tell e all persons owing taxes to got ready to settle I IIing it Now I am going to give you the remjiindor ofmustiito get readythat is collect up your money i this month be ready for you will be visited and your money must come You cant put off death when tho time comes and it is said only death and taxes are certain I am dealing fair with all I dont need your money personally but tho man I owo docs need his Now if yqur property is advertised who is to blametRespectfully ft M Beard D S BCFirst and Sixth Districts NNN1+ + + + NNN N N NN Fountain Pensvery cheap at J DBabbages 1 1 riy i 1 j1 1 Ai uIt i i Y uIa a i J e y 9 l a aJ- FF 6 l i l r kfkfk- ft k- fz kftipI II t h tiph tipr iir tipI tipv i I I i I 4 fl I 4I TiATi i J ya WsPillsAfter will derive great benefit by taking one of these pills If you have been DRINKING TOO MUCH they will promptly relieve tho nausea SICK HEADACHE restorethefeelingsJake No Substitute The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JANUARY 20 100 i Office Supplies W B Oelze r For stationery W B Oelze Navy beans 4 o per lb at Browne Chas Riddle was down from Holt f FridayI t Fresh meat shoulders at 7o per lb at Browns W B Oelze has the nicest line of stationery I Clarks thread at 4o a spool at t BrownsJas Skillmau was in Webster Friday and Saturday- S F Briedenbach was up from Hawesville Friday on business- W M MoKown of Louisville was can the city Thursday on business Miss Ohio Orr of Henderson was the guest of Miss Marv Moorman last weekJoel H Pile editor of the Demo crat was down from Haidinubnrg Friday All you can eat and all tha coffee you can drink for 25o at theEnglish Kitchen 5000 for yon in our Worlds Fair guessing contest See page 8 for parr ticulars We give a man all he wants to eat and all tho coffee he can drink for 25o English Kitchen Mr and Mrs Darnell Dowdou spent Saturday and Sunday in Cannelton the guests of lelatives When you bring yonrtobacco in drop in and get one of our good hot 25o dinners English Kitchen Ed Berry and family moved Thurs day from the upper end of town into A A LaHclst8 residence on Elm streetMr and Mrs Frank Haswell and little daughters of Arcola ill wore down from Hardinsourg Thursday to visit friend Miss Carrie Tucker has returned from a visit with Mr and Mrs Tom rBlaine of Stephensport and Mr and Mrs Leo Walls of Sample Mr and Mrs L D Dowell and sonar Shatter and Russell of Sample who were the guests of his son Leo Dowell returned home Thursday Misses Melissa and Susie OBrynn and Messrs George Peak and Bob OBryan of Mooleyville were visiting Frank Greenwood near town last weekLoss of Flesh When you cant eat break fast take Scotts Emulsion When you cant eat bread and butter take Scotts Emulsion When you have been living on a milk diet and want something a little more nourishing take Scotts EmulsionTo fat you must eat fat Scotts Emulsion is a j great fattener a grea- tl strength giver Those who have lost flesh want to increase all body tissues not only fat Scotts Emulsion increases them all bone flesh blood and nerveFor invalids for con valescents for consumptives for weak children for all who need flesh Scotts Emulsion is a rich and com fortable food and a natural tonic Scotts Emulsion for bone flesh blood and nerve We will send you a free sample- Be sure that this picture in the form of a label Is on the wrapper of every bottle of Emulsion you buy StOTT BOWNE CHEMISTS 409 Pearl St NY 50c and 1 11 all druggists WAS HONORED AND BELOVED Dr1f W Meadow who for forty five years has been a ph vslcian at Shrove Jn Ohio county just over the line from Breckenridge and who was honored and beloved by hundreds of people in both counties died at his home at Hhreve last Wednesday night after all these years spent in constant toil When in feeble health before his deatn he saidIThere is nothing the mutter with me Im just worn outBorn and reared in Ohio county he graduated from the Louisville Med ical college began his practice a mile from his boyhood home and soon be came a physician of fine reputation His practice was large ho having it is said as many as one hundred cases of typhoid fever alone in a season At one time he was Representative of Ohio county His second wife form erly Miss Mattie Herndon daughter of Travis Herndon of Shreve survives him The seventy years of this good mans life were filled with trust and sympathy and help for those about him He was simple trusting able He died a member ot the Pleasant Grove Baptist church in full fellow ship In the hearts of many he had found a warm place The funeral was held Sunday and was largely attended Louisville Tobacco Market The sales and receipts were much lar ger this week and prices generally very satisfactory in fact we believe the mar ket shotvedalittle more firmness ou both burley and dark tobacco The class of offerings tics Iwen considerably above the average at our warehouse and we made some fine averages A crop of 6 hhds of Shelby county arranged 10 52 A ClOp of 0 hhils of Woodford coun ty arranged 10 2l A crop oi 8 hhds ot Anderson coun ty arranged 970 A crop of 3 hhds of Spencer county arranged 9jA crop of 2 hhds of Henry county arranged 980 A crop of 7 hhds of Shelby county arranged fflflS All the buyers atteuded our sales and bid freely and we are very much grati tied with the support they have given us Our business has exceeded our ex pectations and we desire to thank our friends for the liberal patronage they have extended us Below we give you our quotations 1903 CROP 1IU11LKV DA UK lied Colory Itohle lExport ttTrashRCorndNdm3Comt 4Medium 4 i Good Leaf 1011M 10313 6 7 r 7 Fine Soleef us 11HI3H IS 15fc 7 fisHome Tobacco Warehouse Co BEWLEYVILLE Preston Footo gave a tine social Fri d jght Mrs Bennett is still sick but im proving 7Alr and Mrs James Witt have moved to Lonidvllle The blacKsmith shop frequently changes hands Mr Penick of Custer recently visited Murray Bin n ford Mr Bennett has sold his interest in the store to Mr Hullines Miss Annie Meyer was the guest of Miss Ina McCoy last Sunday Mrs Leah Pate who has returned from a visit to iriends is with her parents Miss Wildia Lee Robinsonof Pierce has been visiting her aunt Mrs Ella Compton The Juvenile Tuln Daniels mot Sun day morning and the Golden Links in afternoonW Sr is staying with his daughter Mrs Hattie Keltn He is quite sick Murray Blanford and Miss Bevie Cain will close their school Jan 20 with thanKs to all the good patrons and pupils Misses Maggie Blanche and Bettie Lee Jolly Bessie Foote and Ada Stith und Grover Keith visited relatives in Meade county last week Mr and Mrs Roy Payne have moved to a farm near Ekron They have many good wishes fcr their wel fare trom all their friends and we feel sure they will live happily ever after The ladies of the W F M S will spend tne day Friday Jan 2i with Mrs Rosa Blanford Beginning at two oclock p m they will hold their regular monthly meetingGolden Rod Ira lichen entertained a nnmbnr of friends at his home Saturday evening Mr Homer Cnpsingor of Edinbur g Ind and Dr L Gage of Grandview Ind were the guests of the latters aughter Miss Molls Gage at the homo of Miss Ruth Haynes Sunday I RLNewsoms COLUMN Ncw tny friends I advise you not to read the following list if you expect to hold ott to your money as the tempta tion will be very great to invest it in some of the bargains offered What is the use of always renting property when you can buy I have several pieces of property which have paid for themselves three times- I shall take pleasure in driving you around and showing you the city property RJOOONoNo 3 Lot and 2 houses Elm told 2nd 1000 VnJ Lot and limit Mrrlnulu Avenue 1000 No 5 lot and house Eustlund 800 Nofl Lot and house Oak street MO- No 7 Lot und house Fourth street 800 No 8 Lot and house Huston street 500 No D Lot and house Third and Center 500 No 10 Lot and house Hurdtns Creek 500 No 11 Lot First street 500 No 12 Lot and house Short Lino It n 400 No 13 Lot and house Oak street 30 No 14 Four pasture lots 300 No 15 Tollgate houson n 300 No 0 Lot anti house River street 300 No 17 Lot anti house River street 300 No 18 Lot and house Wall street 300 No III Lot and house Oak street i5No0 Lot and house Eastland 250 No 21 Lot and house Eastland 250 No 22 Lot and house Center street 300 Nol Lot Wall btreet 20 NoU4 Lot Wall street No 25 Lot and house Walnut street 200 Nom Lot anti house SI Hurdln 200 No 2j Lot anti house Center street 175 No 28 Lot and house Center street 175 J2NoNo 31 lot Ed Pate Fifth street 1M No 32 Lot Ed Pate corner Chestnut 75 No 33 Lot on Short Lino It It 100 No 34 tot near Sam Dean 75 No 35 Lot near Alary Dean i5 No 36 Lots 2 Center street 150 No37 Four acres Bishop Hill 50 No 38 Lot 1 acre and Section House 175 No3 Lot Oak street near Sanders ISO No 40 Lot laid house Third street 250 No 4k1 Farm tW acres and house 800 No 42 Farm 100 acres and house COO No 43 Farm 52 Iacres on Plku 300 No 44 Farm 32 acres and house on pike 200 No 45 Woodland C5 acres 75 No 4ft Woodand jO acres 300 No 47 Woodland tti acres 400 No 48 Woodland 72 acres 375 No 4t Three building lots Elm street 300 NoW One acre andstotit quarry on pike 25 No SL One at d onehalf acres of ground at Toblnsnort Ind enclosed by good wire fence and well st tIll bluegrass HHS 2 aWry residence of 7 jKirchesAlsoharp and outbuildings and cistern and well of neverfulling water Pro 1200 ORDER BY NUMBER- I also have an Austin Stono powerEclipsewill dispose ofon reasonable terms Good elevator attached und all suitable appliances for milking good roads Can crush stone as fast as two men can feed it und can be set to crush it into dust Engine power sufficient to run a saw mill Come to It L Newsom if you want Deeds Mortgages Agree ments and other writings done up literaryformpapers fore any legal tribunal lie also nets as Notary Public countyAttention out and certifying of Pension Certificates HCQUADY Tax payers rend Beards ad Mrs Judith Dejarnette of Hardins bu rg was the guest of her sister Mrs Mollie Dejarnelte a few days of list week Ben Miller Arthur Atwood and Allie Squires of New Bethel were the guests of Miss Lucy DoJnrnette Sat urday and Sunday Mrs Josie Jolly of Lewisport is visiting relatives hero =Mis3 Anna looms of near Kirk is visiting Miss Nellie Crews this week A jolly crowd attended the social given by Miss Myrtle Patterson last Thursday night Lee Pate of this place left Sunday for Sample where he will spend the rest of the winter with his sister Mrs W H Jolly Program of Irvington B Y P U Scripture rending by Ijader Mr KemperAppropriate song and prayer Christian Growth short paper Mable BIcGlothlau How to test our RepentanceMary WratherWhat is there in our town that is not in accordance with Christs willCecil Spradlin How can we help to make our town as Christ would have itVoluntary remarks by class Closing exercises hostessMiss Eva Herndon- L B McGlothlanPresident Meeting Friday evening January 22 Indigestion Causes Catarrh of the StomachFor many years it has been supposed that Catarrh of tho Stomach caused indigestion and dyspepsia but the truth Is exactly tho opposite Indigestion causes catarrh Re peated attacks of Indigestion Inflames tho mucous membranes lining the stomach and exposes the nerves of the stomach thus caus ing tho glands to secrete mucln Instead of tho juices of natural digestion This is called Catarrh of tho Stomach Kodol Dyspepsia Cure relieves all inflammation of tho mucous membranes lining the stomach protects tho nerves and cures bad breath sour risings a senso of fullness after eating Indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach troubles Kodol Digests What You Eat Make the Stomach Sweet Bottles cnly Regular size 3I001 holding 2M times the trial size which zeUs for 50 cents Prepared by E O DeWITT CO Chicago III Sold Ly all Druggists t I W til8 2 i Advertisements Inserted under tub head at one cent a word pet week p P WANTE- DWANTEDThreo men to sell fruit trees on weoklyI1hblandNOR SALK FOR SALE Farm of 43 acres Just outside limits of Cloverport Improvements one 2rcom cottage Apply to J II Howlund agent ut IluItollhelOt SALE COR SALE ncro lot nice 4 room house1 storehouse OxlU feet barn tine wa ter In yard Apply to E Miller llarned Ky WANTED TO sell 1500 2yciar lien Davis apple trees1 hIlt und little lit 5e Also 2300 3year trees dtlTerent varieties ut 4c to bo delivered at 3yellrtreesCloverport Ky HOW TO KEEL YOUIt TROUSERS NEAT SEND me wuf In coin or stamps and I will you how to keep your pants pressed without trouble or cost to you I fully ex plain how It Is done It costs you nothing to dolt Send today so you will always have your trousers looking neat Address 1 D 1 o Hox 3J Cloverport WA T I- ANTEDTrustworthy Lady or Gentle man to manage business in this county and adjoining territory for house of solid financial standing S2000 straight cash sal ary and expenses paid each Monday direct from headquarters Expense money ad vanced position permanent Address Man ager GOO Motion Hldg Chicago FOR SALE FOR SALEOh Owon Stove O T Skill Cloverport Ky FOK SALE FOR SALE Farm of 230 acres four miles BlgSpringSpring road Large twostory frame house In good repair good barn crib etc fences In good repair good cistern unfailing spring good stock water Also present erp of corn tobacco rt some stock and farming Imple ments For further Information D B Witt llewloyvllle Ky or Hubert K Woods Louisville Ky FOIL SALE Durham3cowswill soil any of above cattle very low They aro all first IIIHS unlmuli I also have for salo 4 deep rid younif Polled Durham bulls lf months old weight 1000 llw price f5o L GreollInllor Itotifth Ky MONEY TO LOAN LIFE IriMirunce Policies Imuyht for cash or unlit low rates Cull on or write toJNO IP IIASWELL In Attorney at uw Ilardlnsbiirg Ky FOR SALK PHINTIIU Presses and Coping machines lot of good Laundry machines Also now and secondhand Otis anti Gasoline EnglnesJlABTIN GAIILK 5103rd Street Louisville IC- yBerkshire and BtPr Rocks FOR SALE Largo English Berkshire Hogs nnd IJurrcd Plymouth Rock Chickens lien Bolt 00747 EggsInJOHN P FOSTER No viull Ohio CoKv Farming in the SouthT- ho 1nssong r Dopartment ot tho Illinois monthlyclrcullirsgardening stock raising dairying etc In the States of Kentucky West Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana Every Farmer or lIomeseekiT who will forward his name and address to the undersigned willI be mulled free Circulars Nos 1 to 10 Inclusive and others us they lire published from month to month ++ H + + HHH +1H1H1 + 1 FOR SALE SEED I iave Orchard TImothy and Clover Sped for sale 14 which I guarantee to he Al t J DUTSCHKE Holt Ky 1 ++++++++++++++++++++++++++ lJImlll HOW TO HAVE Small Grocery Bills Tho way Is simple trade with us thats the whulo thing Next month try It nnd see It your grocery Mil Isnt smaller 1rlciw like these for Instance Is what does It rs 9cto25cforOCfor1 5C2fur ctorOCONNELL GO ICLOVERPORT Ky Ile L II ST L t1i1fiEAST nOUND No 40 Dally Fast Train leaves Cloverport 507 AM stops at West Point only arriv es at LouIsville 715 A M No 42 Dally Stall and Express leaves Clo verport 040 A M stops lit ull WilY stations arrives Louisville 1315 1 M No 44 Dully Stall and Express leaves Clo verport 443 PM stops at all way stations ex cept Plerco Arrives Louisville 710 1111 WEST ROUND No 41 Dally fet Louis Mall and Express loaves Glover port 10YJ A SI arrives Fvans vllle 1250 PM arrives St Iouls 710 1111 stops only atllawesvllle Lowlsport Powers Owensboro Stanley heads Spottsvlllo Baskets Henderson No 43 Evansvlllo Stall and Express leaves Cloverport 735 PM Stops lit all way sta tions Arrives at Evansvlllo 1030 P M No 45 dally St Louts fust train leaves Clo I vcr port 1040 P M arrives Evunsvlllolo A SL St Tsmlu f0 A M stops fit IlfLWpavllln Owensboro and Henderson onlyI No 47 Cloverport Accommodation Dally leaves bloverport IIt600 u m Stops at al stations Arrives at Evansvlllo 000 a m KeturnlnR leaves Evansvlllo at 530 p m arrives ut Cloverport 830 p m Trains Nos 41 42 43 and 44 make connec tion lit Irvington for ordsv1l1oocryday ex cept Sunday Trains 41l 43 and 44 make connection on Sunday for 1 ordsvlllo train ThruoRh coaches on trains 41 4445 and 40 Parlor cars on trains 41 42 43 and 44 Through sleepers on trains 45 and 40 Free reclinIng chair cars between Louisville and Lt Louis on trains 45 and 4t Laying Heavier Steel In preparation for handling the great increase in travel tnnt will come to the Henderson Route when the Worlds Fair opens in April the officials are having now and heavier steel laid on the road just below Hawesville and are making other line improvements wherever needed oiNNNOONNOOOOOOOOONOONONNOONONOONOOONIf It is your duty to provide yourself with warm i Winter Clothing iprotectionii g youiI i Caps Coats Furs Ear i Muffs Gloves Overcoats i I EtcII e I iJCNOLTEi MASONIC TEMPL- ECLOVERPORT KY O oooooo osoooeoooeor- e N See you joinedt- o the army of good bakers using Gold Dust Flour Theres economy and cleanliness for every family whose bread rolls a ltd biscuit are home made Health amid strength it added lieu you ha ke with CADICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR All grocers sell Milled from choice Ion berry Red Wheat by Cdick MillingGRANDVIEW IND The Breckinridge Bank Cloverport Ky Capital Stock 45100 Surplus 7000 Incorporated Organized in 1872 W II BOWMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier DR P L LJGHTFOOT V Pres CHAS B SKIlLMAN Asst Cashier nnts of Firms Individuals and Corporations solicited Ansi business entrusted to us will receive prompt and careful attention Stonige place for packnges in our fireproof vault furnished our customers free NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS Interest paid on time deposits 0 0e = Cadicks it Co r CDfD md 10 = = = = FINE WORKFor tho finest repair work on jewelry to be hud in this section you should condo to tho W B Oclxo store I have in my employ Mr J C Englonmn tin expert in his line Mr Englcnmn has worked in some of the very best jewelry stores in this State and has served four yetis in tho city of Louisville in tho employ of ono of the largest jewelry stores there This alone is a recommendation to him and his work shows that ho deserves tho reputation that ho has made for himself Bring anything in jewelry that needs repairing and we do tho best for you that we possibly can All work done at a nominal price considering tho quality of work done Come in and let us show you a few nice watches or a ring or most anything you can think of in our line I am carrying tho largest line of Stationery in this city B OELZEyIWOI JEWELRY STORE tltlllli t C t 5- i r I f I J t f r i i I j vit 3I i t I I V A = iT TT w- fT r l rr l fYr r I 1 I titi fA r fr it1 j j j t I k rY- l The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JANUARY 20 1004 MEETING AN AUTHOR Ilolcrt Qnrra Visit to I1U Friend Captain Slnyne Reid Robert Barr the author told with glee how Captain Mayne Held who was a friend of his came to London und sent his address to Barr The latter started to call on Reld lIe did not know the street and asking a bus man If his vehicle passed such and such a street was assured that It did In due course he came upon the street In his letter Mayne Held said he had taken a corner house In this street and added that he had u delightful garden and a high wall When I got down from the bus says Mr Burr I found that the corner house had a high wall and doubtless behind It a delightful garden which answered perfectly the descrip tion which Captain Mayne Reid had given me I said to a policemen because I wanted to be sure Could you tell me where Mr Held lives And iw answered Do you mean Mr Reid the author And I replied Yes So the policeman pointed to the premises I had already selected as the residence of my friend Therefore I went through the gate without fear and rang the bell nt the residence which stood some distance back In the garden I was ad mitted and naked If Mr Reid was at home I was told that he was and was shown Into a room on tho left hand side of the passage Waiting there some time an old slippered man came In whom I did not recognize Do you wlsli to see met he asked I rose from my chair and replied I have called to see Captain Mayne Reid I beg your pardon be said very frigid ly I nm Charles Reade with wblchI be turned his back upon me and left me there alone That was the only time I had the pleasure of meeting one of Englands greatest authors Captain Mayne Reid had taken a corner houseI In a street of the same name in Malda Vale some miles from where Mr Charles Reado resided during his last days Congratulations- Mr John H Cullom Editor of the Garland Texas News has written a latter of congratulations to theTmnn ufaotureri of Chamberlains Cougn Remedy as follows Sixteen years ago when our first child was a baby he was subject to croupy spellsand we would be very uneasy about him WA Degan using Chamberlains Cough Remedy in 1887 and finding it such n reliaole remedy for colds and croup we have never been without it in the house since that time Vo hive five children and have given it to all of them witn good results One good feature of this remedy is that it is not disagreeable to taKe and our babies really like it Another is that it is not dangerous and there is no risk from giving an overdose I congratu late you upon the success of your remedy For sale by Short Haynes Honesty In Other Honesty is the best policy quot ed the hypocritical deacon and I wish I could nuke everybody realize It I reckon ye do replied the hard headed farmer Yed git the best of everybody in a horse trade then wouldat ye Philadelphia Ledger The Floorwalker One of the greatest surprises for a countryman on his first visit to a big city is to learn that the floorwalker does not own the store Danville 111 Com mercial News In Australia with the exception of the dingo or wild dog there is no beast of prey To Cure A Cold In One Day Take Laxative nromo Quinine Tablets All drulrllstH orotund the money It It fulls to cure E W OTTOS slKimturu Ison ouch box Sta The Mllclul Time JerroldAs I was saying I had 550 on Topnotch at 100 to 1 The race was six furlongs and Topnotch won Harold What was the time JerroldWhyerI heard the clock strike 2 Just as I woke upPuck To Avoid Publicity Young Author who thinks himself tal11onsI believe I should enjoy my vacation better If I could go Incognito FriendGood Idea Travel under your nom do plume New York Week ly Girls have n way of getting a lot of special scenery on when they wait on table at n church social Atchlson Globe Jin Ancient Foe To health and happiness is Scrofula as ugly as ever since timo immemorial It causes bunches in the neck dis figures tho skin inflames tho mucous membrane wastes the muscles weak ens tho bones reduces the power of resistance to disease and the capacity for recovery and develops into con sumptionA appeared on tho left side of my neck It caused great pain was lanced and became a running sore I went Into a general decline I was persuaded to try Hoods Sarsaparllla and when I had taken six bottles my neck was healed and I havo never had any trouble of the kind since MRS K T SNYDER Troy Ohio Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills will rid you of it radically nnd per manently as they have rid thousands DR FENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackache orxldneysCUREJladder Dont become discouraged There Is la cure for you It necessary write Dr 1ennc Ho 1 has spent a life time curing Just such cases as yours AH consultations Free- I suffered 10 years with backache and kid ney trouble Tried a great many physicians without relief Dr Fenners Kidney and Back ache Cure is the only Remedy that ever helped mo and after using only two bottles I feel en tirely cured Have no pain or ache of any kind Miss ALICE McDONALD Omaha Neb Druggists 60o tl Ask for Cook BokFaze Tor Smile By Short X Hnynes 1ulnc Yenta The rate of the pulse In males at dIf- ferent ages is as follows At birth t3G beats per minute at 5 years S3 bent per minute between 1015 years is beats per minute between 1520 years C05 beats per minute between 2025 years 007 beats per minute between 2530 years 71 beats per minute be tween 3000 years 70 beats per min ate In females the rate is from 1 to 45 beats faster per minute Slow walking raises the pulse from 10 to 20 beats while rapid running may raise It to 140 This rise may last from half an hour to an hour Eating raises the pulse from 8 to 2C buts without wine 131 with wine 175 In the morning the pulse Is 10 beats higher than at night When the barometer rise S Inches the pulse in creases 13 per minute If the pulse bo COO whlla lying down It will be 70 when sitting and 780 when standing CASXOBXABears tho- Signature iId of aeBEvolution of the FoltllnK lied Mrs De Flat Ilnvc you anything new in folding beds Dealer Only this madam and 1 It really is quite a success On arising In the morning you touch a spring and IIt turns into n washstand and bathtub After your bath you touch another spring and it becomes a dressing case with a French plate mirror If you breakfast In your room a slight pressure will transform It into an extension table After breakfast you press these three buttons at once and you have an upright piano Thats all 1It will do except that when you die iIt can be changed into a rosewood coffin New York Weekly She Won He was n philosopher nUll n talker She was a woman of action They stood together on the bridge nnd watched a tug that was hauling a long Zinc of barges up the river Look there my dear said he Such Is life The tug Is like the man working and tolling while the barges like the women are His wife gave him no time to finish the sentence I know she said The tug does nil the blowing and the barges bear all the burden Just One Minute One Minute Cough Cure gives relief in one minute because is kills tin microbe which tickles the mucous membrane causing tne cough and nl the tine clears the phlegm draws out the inflammation and heals and soothes the affected parts One Minute Cough Cure strengthens the lungs wards off pneumonia and is a harmless and never failing cnre in all curable cases of Coughs Colds and Croup One Minute Cough Cure is pleasant to take harmless and good alike for young and old Slod by All Drug Co THE MODEL GUEST He Known Just When AVlint and Iluvr to Ilo or Not to Do A really fine specimen of the guest who does his best has n spirit which cannot be broken by weather or weari ness He can manage to talk to anyone even If he should discover with a shock that he Is sitting next to his worst enemy lIe knows how to come into any discussion nnd how to keep out of It He does not seek his own amusement yet he never falls to show that he Is amused lie Is tolerant of every opinion nnd though he may have many convictions of his own and may state them so as to do them Justice he never tries to proselytize Ills visit Is not a mission and he never for a moment fancies himself on the hustings In a debating society a pulpit or a court of Justice Above all he has a good opinion of himself Good wine needs no bush Ho has no desire to boast but he Is certain that he will not be slighted If his hostess assigns to him a dull Job he is sure it is because she thought he could do it well and if lie feels It to be really below his powers lie takes her mistake into account not willie he is under her roof but when La next receives her kind invitation Ele Is not plagued by that craving of the oversensitive to be like their com pany nor does bo belong to that race of born dissenters who would always rather be different But alas conscience nail talent do not always go together There nre some high principled guests who are terrible bores In their solicitude to be agree tblc they never stop talking but pursue theIr garrulous ideal like a dog follow- Ing a carriage To every interruption hey give Immediate but momentary attention and run breathless onLond- on Outlook Irving Improved Now tell me what you can nboi Ichabod Crane said the teacher as ahe took up the Legend of Sleepy Hollow The little pupil described Ichabod personal appearance nnd conclude with And he carried home the palm that belonged to the parson The teacher gasped What are yc talking about she demanded Well it said so In the book nnd Ill find It for you said the pupil excltei ly nnd she turned the pages until she found n certain paragraph which she triumphantly pointed out And the teacher read It was a matter of no little vanity to him on Sundays Ito take his station In front of the churc gallery with a band of chosen singer where in his own mind he complete carried away the palm from the pnr son Umbrella and UcllRlonn Service Umbrellas have always been inn matcly associated with religious sort ices In Catholic churches They were Introduced In the church services of the Byzantine church are borne over the host In procession and form part of the pontifical regalia ns well as that of n cardinal It Is quite likely that the cardinals hat is derived from the umbrella In Italian heraldry a vermilion um brella in a field argent signifies dominion The Ilnrlelan manuscripts have nt least one drawing of an AngloSnxo gentleman whose servant shades him with a sort of umbrella having a curve handle and evidently not meant tto close The Tone of Machinery Engineers judge of the condition of their machinery by tho tono It give out while running Every engine whether stationary or locomotive has a particular tone of Its own The engineer becomes accustomed to that and any departure from It at onco excites n suspicion that all is not right The engineer may not know what 1Is the matter lIe may have no ear tor music but the change In the tone of his machine will be Instantly perceptI ble will be Instantly recognized ant will start him on an immediate invest gatlon Cddrstone LlRhtlionac Time famous Eddystonc lighthouse stands fourteen miles off the coast or Lands End and Is perhaps tho mos celebrated In the world It has often been used as nn Illustration by poets and preachers for no other llghthous Is In such n lonesome or dangcrou place and none costs so much mono amid trouble There are three keepers who live there with their families ant two of them are always on duty while the third Is on the main const cnjoylni a vacation They relieve one anothc each month so that none of the keep eta remain on duty more than two months at n time The change nni rest are said to be absolutely necessary to preserve the nerves of the keepers The lighthouse Is 135 feet high wa erected In 1SS2 at a cost of 40000 and rises from a submerged rock fhe first lighthouse was erected on this rock as long ago as 1G97 but wn washed away six years after and was not replaced for n long time The second was burned down In 1775 tin third stood froth 17G7 to 1S82 and was famous In history Wliats In a Name Everything is in the name when It comes to Witch Hazel Salve E C DeWitt Co of Chicago discoverer tome years ago how to mass a salve from Witch Hazel that is a specific for Piles For blind bleeding itching and protruding Piles eczema cats iruises and all skin diseases De Vitts Salve has no equal This hat given rise to numerous worthiest counterfeits Ask for DeWitts tin enuine Sold by All Drug Co The OGormnn Mnhon The lost of the Irish duelists OGor man Nation was indignant at the number of his colleagues In the Irish party who claimed the prefix and by way of ridiculing their pretensions to chieftain ihlp assured the house there were only three personages properly entitled to- Ittbe pope the devil and the OGor nan Mahon Time OConor Don The McDermott The ODonoghue The Me Jilllcuddy of the Reeks The OGradj tad The OSullIvnn are regarded ns entitled to the distinction as heads of old Irish families clans or septs There ore also some In Scotland notably The ifoNab whose ancestor had n boat of hIs own nt the time of the flood beIng too proud to accept the hospitality of Con It Read This Louisville Ky June 13 lOOtDr SirI3 ed 25 years from kidney anti bladder rouble and since using less than one HnUsDlFlcoverygravel 1 feel that I am almost cured tothetrulyHA TEXAS WONDER- One small bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel tares diabetes seminal emission weak and lame backs rheumatism and all regularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men ana women j regulates ladder troubles In cnildren If not- sold by your druggist it will be sent by mail on receipt of f1 One small bottle Isi two months treatment and seldom tails to perfect a cure Dr E W Jail sole manufacturer P O Box 620 St Luis Mo Send for testl tonials Sold by all druggists Office 2031 Olive street i r I rtt 94i fO f I 11 Oi Hiki II t tD- i J j U W J1o Chintz Royalty Practical SurveyorI also Notary Public I can survey your Lands write your Deeds and take the acknowledgement at your hone This saves you trouble andcost Your Patronage Solicited Address me at Hardinsburg Kyl H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law- tIARDINSBURG KY wm practice his profession In all ot the Courts of Breckenridge and adjoining coun ties Special attention given to collecting road cases and criminal practice License to practice In United States District Courts Office over Hank of llardlnsburg V G 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pnbdenpatentab Commanlca tonstrlc Oll on 1atents sent free Oldet ocuringwtents Patents taken through Nunn co receive rptdal notice without charge In the Scientific flmcrican ti A hand omolr Illustrated weekly Iarawt cir culatlon of any scientific Journal rermsl3 a SoidbralinowsdealerMUN Branch Once 86 P SU Washington D 0 4 L i I r cI cI d cI I r 1 J t 4yh ii if M I 4 4t 1 t Y l ll- I l- i l i lj I r I i 1r tii- S f if ii iic I 4- k j f k w5i w5iu t r tt + i l r s- s i ii- II 1v v A 0 r- r 1 t m i yrw Y i t k s 7f rr- k a k The Breckenridge News f WEDNESDAY JANUARY 20 1004 AS TO NICKNAMES Given Often For Absnrd Ilen onn and Generally They Stick Wonderful bow names stick to I person said the observant ninn There were two nice little women It our village who came on us om oven Ing and we offered them popcorn which the children had just brought In from the kitchen They refused but not so emphatically as to keep I4 from giving them two heapIng plate ot the corn We kept refilling the plates and they kept crunching all tin evening There was something so funny about it that 1 called them The Pop corn Ladles and the name has stuck to them so that the whole village known them by It I once knew a man who talked In cessantly In a high pitched voice and a bright girl dubbed him The ChIrper The name was quickly passed around among the young people and now the greater part of hIs friends know him by that name A dignified young woman of my acquaintance goes by the name of Whont to this day because when she was a little girl she used tc call herself Mrs Whont when she played grownup ladles and the family picked it up She simply cant shake the absurd name More than one red haired man Is known by the name of Pink and phil osophlcally accepts the title I have an acquaintance who holds a responsible position who Is known by the name ol Dotty It seems that one day a mis chievous girl discovered that ho had three prominent dimples She promptly dubbed him Dotty Dimple and now be is known to all his associates as Dotty Another man of my acquaint ance is always called Bluebeard because he has such a whlto and thin skin that if he does not shave dally his beard shows blue through it That name too csmo through a womans quick wit In a certain household a very fem lain little woman is still called The Boy because when she was a young girl she went through a serious Illness which made it necessary to cut her hair short Her younger sister said she wn the boy of the family and the dainty lady Is still called by that absurd nameAn effeminate man was once called Viola by one of the boys In the office and now we know him by nothing else Another one of the boys In the office Is always called Chesty and though he got angry at first ho has cheerfully ac cepted the new name now Our bookkeeper Is always putting In his oar when it is not at all necessary and I think now he will be known un tll the end of time as General Butts A friend of mine who Is always called Cheerful does not know whether he is called that because his friends believe be has a cheerful disposition or because they consider him a cheerful idiot But at any rate he cant shake the name Milwaukee Sentinel Cures Blood and Skin Diseases itching Humors Eczema Scrofula Etc Send no money simply write and try Botanic Blood Balm ntl our ex pense A personal trial of Blood Balms better than a thousand printed testimonials so dont nesitate to write for a freosampb If you suffer form ulcers eczema scrofula Blood Poison cancer eating sores itching skin pimples boils bone pains swellings rheumatism catarrh or any blood or skin disease we advise you to take Botanic Blood Balm B B B Especially recom mended for old obstinate deepseated cases of malignant blood or skin dis eases because Botanic Blood Balm B B B kills the poison in the blood cures where all else fails heals every sore makes the blood pure and rich gives the skin the rich glow olf health B B B the most perfect blood purifier made Thoroughly tested for 30 years Costs f1 per large bottle nt drug stores To prove it curessample of Blood Balm sent free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and free medical advice sent in sealed letter This ic an honest offer medicine spat al once prepaid Benconnneliln Dont An inquiring and aspiring person once asked Beaconsfield to tell him the secret of social success Never discuss the authorship of the Letters of Junius was the renly- Beaconsfields biographer Mr Wilfrid Meyncll adds something positive to this witty negative rule for getting on In the world A distinguished member of par liament begged the Victorian statesman to tell his young son something to remember something that would help to make him an agreeable and popular member of society- Beacoustleld hedged Model yourself after your father be said to the lad This was not altogether satisfactory and the M P insisted upon a definite rule of conduct Well my boy said Beaconsfield be amusing Never tell unkind stories Above all never tell long ones Wonderful Nerves Is displayed by many a man enduring pains of accidental Cuts Wounds Bruises Burns Scalds Sort feet or stiff joints But theres nc need for it Bucklens Arnica SalvE will kill the pain and cure the trouble Its the best Salvo on earth fo Piles too 250 at Short Haynes brag Store A Large Flub An Englishman visiting Lake Taboo asked a native if thero was any good fishing in the lake Oh yes stranger What kind of fish do you catch hereOh all kinds stranger What is the weight of the largest fish you ever caught Snot stranger we dont take weighing machines when we goes fish Ing and I am an honest man and wouldnt like to say how much that last trout I caught would weigh But I tell you stranger that when I pulled that fish out of the water the lake went down a toot Birmingham Post The nicest and pleasantest medicine I have ever used for indigestion and constipation is Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets says Melnrd M Craig of MiddleRrove N Y They wont like a charm and do not gripe or have any unpleasant effect For sale by Short Haynes The ContpoiitioM af a Rocket The ordinary skyrocket is mndr of various compositions packed In tubes rolled tightly round a cylindrical core The match by which the rocket Is ex ploded is placed in a cavity at the bot tom Tho movement of the rocket would bo Irregular if it were not for the guide stick which Is made very light so that it docs not retard the flight of the rocket when the gases come out and hit tho ground with all their might and send the rocket up into the air for all that it la worth A VeslPocket Doctor Never in the way no trouble to carry easy to take pleasant and never failing in results are DeWitts Little Early Risera A vial of these little pills in the vestpocket is a certain guarantee against headache biliousness torpid liver and all of the ills resulting from constipation They tonic and strengthen the liver Sold by All Drug Cot Hlmielf I First Citizen indignantly I am BTMS prised that young Longhead weuM lend himself to any such scheme Second CItizenLend himself 7 Why man he was boughtJudge When asked for an opinion romenv lher thin B compliment Is really wanted Atchison Globe Domestic Trouble- sIt islexceptlonal to find a family where there aro no domestic ruptures occasionally but these can De lessened by having Dr Kings New Life Pills bytheirLiver troubles They not only relieve you but cure 25o at Short Haynes Drug Store Stanley nil a Fighter A thoroughly good man was Henry M Stanley whom I first met In the Ashanti expedition No noise no dan ger ruffled his nerve and he looked as cool and self possessed as if he had been at target practice Time after- time as I turned In his direction I saw him go down to a kneeling position to steady his rifle as he piled the most daring of the enemy with a never falling aim It Is nearly thirty years ago and I can still see before me the close shut lips and determined expression of his manly face which when he looked In my direction told plainly I had near me an Englishman In plain clothes whom no danger could appall Had I felt Inclined to run away the cool firm unflinching manliness of that face would have given me fresh courage I had been previously somewhat preju diced by others against him but all such feelings were slain and buried at Amoaful Lord WolseleyB Kecollcc Nana A BoIC Uoldwp Within my time in Texas and I am not such an old man either two stagecoaches containing about twentythree passengers were stopped and all the valuables of the passengers taken by one man The robber made them all stand In a row and hand over The route was only traveled by one coach out on account of the large number of passengers an additional coach was put on that day The robber stopped the first coach and made the passengers get out When the passengers In the first coach were lined up the second coach made Its appearance lIe made them get out and then told them he didnt expect two coaches That was nerve A Jew insisted on retaining enough of his money to get his dinner The robber took all and then gave him back CO cents and the Jew got into an argument with him as to the amount Ming sufficient to get a meal That was check The robber went off with all the money of the twentythree pas sengers and yet there were many brave men in that caravan but discre I tion was the better part of valor The robber had two pistols out and ready A shot from one of the twentythree would have caused the robber to shoot and severalI would have been killed Thats the only way they looked at it Forest and Stream Life and the Sun All the energy of life is derived ulti mately from the sun A little of this comes Indirectly through lightning which in passing through the air forms ammonia and oxides of nitrogen These being carried by rain into the ground are tho constant source of nitrogen for vegetable and indirectly for animal life A much larger quantity of energy is well known to be taken direct from the sunshine by plants and used in their anabolic processes This energy is appropriated by animals In their food and whether In the vegetable or in the animal It assists in any alterna tions of the system before it Is com pletely dispersed Leg nnd Oratory In the Souvenirs de Mme Recamler there Is a pleasant description of a scene which took place during her exile at Lyons In 1813 Almost every cult vated or fashionable Individual who passed through that city was sure to be attracted to her house Talma the tragedian happened to be giving some representations in the Grand theater and was dining with Mme Recamler when the bishop of Troyes better known as the abbe of Boulogne was announced This celebrated preacher though devoted to literature and famil mar with the works of the great play wrights bad never seen a play per formedAfter dinner Talma was persuaded to recite to the intense gratification o the abbe parts from his principal roles In return Talma begged the eccloslas tic to repeat some passages of his ser mons When he had done so It Is splendid monselgncur as far as tills exclaimed Talma touching the chest of the preacher but the lower part of your body Is deplorable Clearly you have never bestowed a thought upon your legs The Best Prescription for Malaria eChills and Fever Is a boilioof Qrove T ite lem Chill Tonic It Is simply Iron and Qui nine In u landless form No Cure No Pay Price SOC Now Wniint That Meant Mrs JI wish you wouldnt snore so Mr JI have to my dear otherwise the other boarders would hear you Columbia Jester One can stop when he ascends but aot when he descends Napoleon OASTORIABears thehisKind You Have Always Bought Blgnfctnre Y4IJPof Condensed Statement Condition of Bank of Hardinsburg At close of business December 31 1903 VVo again wish to invite your careful study of tho figures in our statement and to again call your attention to the very conservative value we have placed on the items in our resources and wo wish to repeat that every dollar in these resources represents a full one hundred cents and morcer trust that a caroful study of these figures will convince you that this bank is a safe place through which to transact your business While wo are large enough to take taro of tho largest business in this section we wish to emphasize the point that we are desirous of getting the very smallest accounts RESOURCES Notes and bills 18663727 Cash in safe and other banks 5779244 Bonds 36522 Banking house and lot 180000 Other real estate 7S079 Furniture and fixtures 40000 ITotnl 25098172 I RespectfullyM H Cashier I Obeyed InMrtictloni The city editor summoned the photog rapher of hIs staff Colonel Well gans house Is burning he said and I want a picture of the tire Get out there as quick ns you can with your camera and take a view of whats left of the building from the Inside of the fence corner But said the photographer lf Thats the point I want It taken from right In the corner But I think theres I dont care whether theres a bet ter point or not You know what I want Hurry up You are losing time The photographer took his camera and departed A few hours later he came In with the proof of a picture he had taken from the desired point otIview What Is this said the city editor That Is a photograph of the ruins of Colonel Welllgnns house from the in side corner of the fence near the street- I cant Pee anything of the house I couldnt either responded the photographer I tried to tell you there was a big tree standing between that corner and tho house but you wouldnt let me- Cures Kidney and Bladder Troubles Deep Seated Cases Aching Back Mucous Discharger 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 diffi culty in passing water also a frequent desire or even involuntary discharges of the urine Catarrh of the bladder stone Brights disease disagreeabl- odo of the urine scanty and hig colored your kidneys and bladder ar diseased Take Botanic Kidney Sped fie Soon all the syptoms disappear discharges cease aches in the back dis 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 at to the taste Especially advised for chronic cases thrt rests all other treatment f1 per large bottle at my store or by express Call or write A R Fisher Cloverort Ky Delny Are Dangerous LoverAnd so your mother does not believe In long engagements I am de lightedMiss De BrokerYes mamma says ever so many girls fathers have failed during long engagements and the poor things never got married at allNew York Weekly ST LOUIS LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in 2500000 Surplus nnd undivided profits 1778859 Deposits 20719313 Dividend No 2G due Tan 1 1904 100000 Total 25098172 BEARD 1904 Fair News From Headquarters ST LOUIS THE St Louis GlobeDemocrat Is the one great newspaper which ought to find a place in every homo during the coming year It has no equal or rival in all tho West and will bo indispensable to all who desiro to keep fully informed as to the Worlds pair and tho National Campaign of 1904 SemiWeekly One Dollar a Year The WEEKLY GLGBEDBMOCRAT is issued in THE GREAT SemiWeekly Sections eight pages or more ench Tues day and Friday It is a bug SEMIWEEKLY PAPER REPUBLICAN giving all the news of all the earth TWICE EVERY WEEK anda great variety of interesting and in PAPER OFstructive reading matter for every member of the AHERICA family Almost equal to a daily at the price of a weekly ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR THE DAILY OLOBE DEMOCRAT PRICE BY MAIL POSTAGE PREPAID includln onEATOneNEWSPAPEROne WORLDOnel STneLOUIS 1904 Worlds You Must Have The Globe Democrat Write for Free Sample Copy or better still subscrip tion TODAY Address The Globe Printing Co St Louis Mo 1904 ST LOUIS 1904 iiI tDAN BROOKS CO it LIVE STOCKii COMMISSION IHERCHANTS CENTRAL STOCK YARDS LOUISVILLE KY 50000000000000000000000000000000001000000001000Fountain wnvnsw- uwrGreatJanuaryReductionSale Now Going on at S B SCHOPP Cut Rate Store Stephensport Kentucky It has always been our Ironclad Rule never to carry goods over from season to season and this rule holds especially good right now as though our business was exceedingly good this past season we find when taking our annual inventory too much heavy weight goods on hand which we dont care nor intend to carryover rIF A BIG CUT IN PRICES WILL SELL THEM We therefore have started our January Reduction Sale with the intention to make a clean sweep of all odds and ends in every department All goods of this seasons purchase are in every way up to date Now is your chance to get bargains in Dry Goods Clothing Boots and Shoes We sell all Calicoes at 4 78c per yd Hoosier Cotton 5 38c Other Goods in Proportion rBRING YOUR PRODUCE ALONG SS B SCHOPP CUt Rte Store Stephensport KentuckyII- WIII U111t nww nlfl uV u MVtAMA y rwr A rwt1ftK i c i t 7l lr t t C ch Jo h J I o 1 I J li i 0 1 r I Ir i1 L = f7IiT iJ i f tJ + 1 tt- I t- Ttii I l IP l 1 J f ttiitii- I tiirV I It I i e tt t r s i 1 t- t 1o t frf Ii r I y W f 1 The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JANUARY 20 1004 WOLF CREEK Robert Ball spent Sunday at hls home near Andy ville = Robert and HFTroutmBn were in Brandenburg Monday Miss Kettle Rileylwho hasbeen quite sick is now improving Miss Edith Cunningham spent sev oral days last week in Little Bend T Misses JennIeandZDoF1annerY were guests of Mrs W D Smith Tues day i = ZL Mlss Nellu Trent Jspenty Wednesday night with her cousin Wyatt Lam bert Miss FaurestEtherton spent Satur day Hnd Sunday with her couslnNelIe Flannery Miss Fannie Cunningham was the guest of the Misses Planner Saturday and Sunday The stork visited the home of Mr and Mrs John Johnson last week and left a little sonIMr and Mrs the guests faunday of their daughter Mrs T W O wings Mr nnd Mrs Tanlt Howard were the guests of hin mother Mrs Sylvester Howard last Thursday Mr and Mrs Joe Paris and Miss Mollie Kelly were guests of Mrs Will Perkhiser Tuesday Miss Nelle L Flannery spent sever al days last week with her cousins Misses Laura and Faurest Etherton Mr and Mrs Pete Chi sin were guests of their daughter Mrs John Taylor at the Howard Hotel Sunday Mr and Mrs Robert Smith and little son Richard dined with Mr and Mrs R M Smith of Cedar Flat SundayJ Owings H J Blackburn and H Dai ley who have been in Louis lana for several months returned home last week DERBY IND Cns WhiUhwid was in town Tues day Davis Cunningham was in town ThursdayMr W Davis returnsfl froln Jasper Thumlay Harry Cuiuingliiiui WitS over from Chennnli Sunday- H C Ilargls who has been very sick is better C M Hargis left for Cmmolton Thnrg ay morning Mrs Cody of Leopold wgs the guest of Mrs J Cody Tuesday W Hunter Carr is here from Illinois the guest of J W Traiuor Willie Mitchell of Addison Ky was the guest of Fred Fite Monday Mr and Mrs W Scott Cunningham were gueaH of relativesI here Tuesday Dr J B Bennett was called from Gnnnolton Tuesday on a professional visit II Mrs Win Ur ant is visiting her sister Mrs Lizzie Bryant at VllrnthI ergvllle Mo nv Phillips left for his home at Uniontown Monday after holding a- weeks meeting horo Mrs Jinnee MoGinty anti Mrs Charles PeoKeiipangu attended tho funeral of Mrs Joaie Burnett at Dexter Sunday SKILLMAN V A Polk was in Hawesville Mon lay Joo Uully came down from Ciover port Sunday Several from here attended church at Midway Sunday afternoon Richard Sapp of Duke neighbor hood was here ono day last week Mrs Joe Cully ot Cloverport visit od Mrs Frank Tomer a few days lust week4yers III1 Falling hair means weak hair Then strengthen your hair feed it with the only hair food Ayers Hair Vigor It checks falling hair makes the hair Hair Vigor danII grow completely cures druff And it always restores color to gray hair all the rich dark color of early life I Mr lialr was fulllnir ont 1adly and I was afraid I would lose It all Tlien I tried Ajreri Hair Vigor It quickly stopped the tailing and laaUeiny hair alii could wlh It to tie- IIEUECCA E ALLEN Elizabeth NJ 1100 abottle J C AVER CO umnrAllrirncrUt forJoell Muni Palling Hair Botanical Plants Hoid the aunt if Lift ind Dtath Recent experiments conducted by most eminent scientists prove that light is a essentiallyNatureslight or electric light but it has a de cided effect in helping nature to banish disease and restore health Other scien tific men have proved that oxygen electrifies the heart and can prolong life The people on this earth are susceptible to some laws which govern plant life A- Slant cannot be successfully grown in the A man is seldom healthYand strong who lives in the dark or in sunless rooms After all Natures ways arc found to be the best Natures remedies are always best for eradicating disease and by this we mean a medicine made of roots and herbs They are assimilated in the stomach and taken up by the blood and are therefore the most potent means which can be em ployed for the regaining of lost health Dr R V Pierce consulting physician to the Invalids Hotel and Surgical Institute at Buffalo N Y in many years of exten she practice found that he could pin his faith to an alterative extract of certain plants and roots for the cure of all blood diseases This he called Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery Containing no alcohol nor narcotics entirely vegetable this Discovery makes rich red blood and is a powerful tissuebuilder giving the tired business man or woman renewed strength and health Rapidly growing schoolgirls and boys often show impoverished blood by the plmple or boils which appear on face or neck To eradicate the poisons from the blood and feed the heart lungs and stomach on pure blood nothing is so good as Dr Pierces Golden Medical DiscoveryDont the dealer to insult your in telligence by offering his own blood remedy to you instead of this weU known preparation of Dr Pierces Ten chances to one he will substitute a cheap compound having a large percentage of alcohol in it Dr Pierces Pellets are the best for the bowels Use them with the Discovery Rev Bennett filled his regular ap pointment here Sunday delivering a most excellent sermon Tom and John Ireland have letnrn ed from an extended visit to relatives and friends in Eastern Kentucky- H H Snyder the hunter and trap per has quit his easy profession and moved to Duke to engage in farm lug for the coming season Dr W R Jones came up from Hawedville Friday night to see Mrs C P Polk who has been sick several days but is now Improvin- gIRVINOTON I Mrs Tone McCoy is on the sick list H H Kouiper wns in Louisville SundayMrs John Frank Claycoinb is in Ohio county visiting Miss Essie Biggs entertained a few friends Tuesday evening Mrs Gardiner had the young folks with her again Friday night Mrs Nan Thompsoj of Owensboro is the company of Mrs Graves Mr and Mrs Hugh Hardaway of Guston were nere shopping last week Mrs Edinonia Perrin of Sherman Texas is with the McGIothlans for aff tWillie Wiuipa studentof the Louib villa Medical college is home for a visitRev 1 Hines filled his usual appoint ment here Sunday and preached a fine I sermon Sunday morning Mrs Bell Bruico will arrive this week from St Louis to visit her un cia Col Bate Washington Mis Ermine Munford who has been quite indisposed for the past two weeks is still confined to her room Mrs Lptitia McGlothlan accom panied uy her daughter and Dr Moorman will go to HeuderEon Ky Thursday Clyde Adkisson of Arkansas was hero visiting last ween He left Sat urdu to see his home tolks who live near Owousboro The ladies of Irvington will organ ize a social club very soon This of course means they will take up some literary work also Mrs McCoy will open her millinery goods April 15 A larger line than over before She will employ a trimmer from Louiflvllle Wanted A town hall Say boys try the school building Perhaps they would let you run the rats away from it or sweep out the cobwebs Juan Chamberlains honse is near ing completion and when finished will certainly improve that portion of town In which it is situated Revs Shticklett and English passed through hero Saturday en route to their churches near Haralnsburg and spent several hours with friends McGlothlan Piggott are head quarters for all kinds ol fiflld seeds They carry the John LHenry orchard grass whioh is pronounced the very bestMrs Nora Board is expected here this week We hear Mrs Board contemplates making this her future home Mrs Board once lived among us and we gladly welcome her return Bob Bell is in the neighborhood looking out a location Mr Bell is from Lebanon where he is in busI- ness with his brother Will Bell We will be glad to have Mr and Mrs Bell with us again Mrs Robt Hendrick one of our COMMISSIONERSSALE1Breokenridge Nancy J Kronsh o Plaintiffs v8InEquity Dolly B Kronsh o Defendants By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Breokenrldge Circuit Court rendered at the October term thereof 1002 in the above cause for the sale 01 the hereinafter described real estate with interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from the day of sale 1004 until paid and costs herein I shall proceed to offer for sale at the courthouse door Iin Hardi neburg Ky to the highest bidder at Public Auction on Monday the 25 day of January 1004 at 1 oclock P M or thereabouts being County Court day upon a credit of three six and twelve months retained to secure payment of purchase money the following described proper ty to wit A certain tract or parcel of land ly ing situate and being in the Connty of Breckenridge and stite of Ken tucky on the waters of Clay Lick described as follows Beginning at one of the original corners a poplar and elm near Jaunts Skllmans spring then with his line S 16 E 74 poles to a rook then with another line 71 E 20 poles to a sas afras and hickory cornsr to dower then with a line thereof S 53 W 32 poles to a stake in H rond then S 61 W 10 poles to a small hickory blacs oak and post oak in A Shellmanfl line thence with his line N 5 W 50 poles to a rock his corner thence with another line S 864 W 84 poles to two poplars in a drain corner to lotNo4 thence with a line of lot No4 N76 roles to a dogwood and black oak nar a beech in Fulkners line tnen with said line S 61 E 16 poles tto a beech and white oak then with another line N 27 E 00 poles to a rock then with another line S 01 E 100 poles to the beginning containing 01 acres more or less Or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made For the purchase price the purchaser with approved security or securities must execute Bond bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid ana having the force and effect of n replevin bond Bidders will be prepar ed to comply promptly with these terms B Deli Moorman Commissioner most uptodate old ladies is the proud possessor of a tine Black Berk shire pig given her Dy her nepnew Seth Bolts of Glendale She iu an advocate of putting the best stock on the farm anti has purchased a blooded Duroo Jersey Hog of E Carlton Bolts also of Glendale Miss May vJlaycomb opened a dress making department Monday with Mrs McCoy Miss Clnycnuib has a thorough experience in this line of work haYing been under Madame Dougherty foi several seasons in Louisville Mrs McCoy will have ready made suits skirts shirt waists dressing sacks and other things for sale in a few days W J Piggtt was in Owensboro Ky last week attending the Millers Convention The Irvington Flouring Mill has been doing an unusually line business since early in the fall often running day and night They are now shipping car loads to the Leitoh field Mill Our Mill furnishes as fine lour as can be put in the market and much is due to the miller who thoroughly understands the making of firstclass flour FRYMIRE Mrs Paris Barr and Morton Wheel er spent Thursday afternoon with Mrs S W Bassett Miss Violet Bosiey and brother Early of Shiloh spent Sunday with Miss Gertrude Allen The card party at our new neigh borrMr Dodson swaa largely attend ed and was a pleasant affair Will Head and daughter Elizabeth 1 HEALTH keephousoDrangtit We have used it in the thobestdoctor In the house for that length of time It Is a doctor in Itself and always ready to make a person well and happy JAMKS HALL Jack onTllle Ill Because this great medicine relieves stomach pains frets the invigorales enc kidneys No DOCTOR is necessary in the homo where iskeptcountry miles from any physi healthforyearstheir only doctor Thedfords lack Dntupht cures bilious andfever1diarrhoea constipation colic ailmentbecausehver and kidneys to nearly c- onTHEDFORD3 trol the health DLAf DRAUGHT ofLodiburg attended the card party at Mr Gid Barrs Mr Barr bas re cently built himselt a handsome dwell lug house Our pleasant little milliner Miss Emma Thompson of Rhodelia has gone to Carntheravllle Mo to locate and we learn that her sister Miss Maud out dressmaker will soon fol low They will both be missed very much Saved From Terrible Death The family of Mrs M L Bobbitt of Bargerton Term saw her dying and worn powerless to save her The most skillful physician and every remedy used failed while consumption was slowly but surely taking her life In this terrible hour Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption turned despair into joy The first bottle brought immediate relief and its con tinned use completely cured her Its the most certain cure in the world for all throat and lung troubles Guaran teed Bottles 50o and 100 Trial Bottles Free at Short Haynes Drug store PATESVILLE Misses Anna nnd Sallie Bauer were in town Saturday shopping Miss Anna Lamb has just recovered from a very severe attack of scarlst feverOscar Young was in Hawesville Saturday on Iimportant business James Lamb who in teaching thA Hennen school his dismissed it for a few days Mrs Y Traverse of near Weber wa in town several days last week on businessB Arbra and sons who have been tip near Mattingly sawmilling spent Saturday and Sunday at home Scarlet fever Israglngin our town at present but tho school ana church have not yet been closed on its ac count We are sorry to give up Rev Voiles who for the past ten days has beeu employed to aid Rev Oldham in the revival which is being carried on iu the Baptist church As he has eight appointments before him to fill ho can only spend a few days with his family Though he tarried only a few days with the people of our town he preach ed some of the most arousing sermons that they will be apt to lunar for a while and some we suspect aout want to hear them for a while We can say for once that the people have heard the truth and ncthing hut the truth for Rev Voiles is a truthful man of good sound common sense CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought 7 Bears the SflUofCorrect Dress for Men If we make your suit this fall you can depend on CORRECTNESS OF STYLE EXCELLENCE OF TAILOR ING RELIABILITY OF FABRIC J H Hunsche With Casper May 6 Co Cannelton Ind A Business n uou You play hard to win suc cess both in games and bu sinessSucess in business depends on how you play the game one tho principal rules of the game is that you should have good stationery A great many business mon do not take heed to this rule however tho more successful ones do Most men are to blame bo cause they break this rule tho ono horso printer who tells you his work is tho best is to blame Send us your stationery orders and you wont deceiv edTho Breckonridgo Nows Clovorport Ky Game Rule JUDICIAL SALE In the Circuit Court of the United States for the Western District of Kentucky Owensboro Division Columbia Finance Trust Company Complainan- tS Central Clay Product Company Defendant By virtue of a decree of foreclosure and sale made and entered by the Circuit Court of the United States tor the Western District of Kentucky Owens boro division held therein on the 6th day ot January 1001 in the above en titled cause I aa Special Master ap pointed for such purpose by the said decree will sell at public auction to the highest bidder in bar and free of all- rightand equity of redemption in said defendant Central Clay Product Com pliny upon the land and premises here matter described on the lath day of February 1904 ut 12 oclock midday Standard Time the following described propertyAll singular the lands real estate buildings machinery and other things comprising the defendants complete brick plant at Cloverport Breckenridge county Kentucky said land being particularly described as follows towit That certain tract or parcel of land situated near and adjoining the limits of the City of Cloverport Breckenridge county State of Kentucky containing thirtyone aud onehalf 313 acres bounded as follows Murrayslinethe original line south fourteen and one hslf 14M degrees rast seventyfive 75 poles to a stake in the center of the pike road thence with the pike road to a stake the division between this lot and the lot laid off for Bacon and wife thence north fourteen and Onehalf UK degrees west one hundred and three 103 poles to the original line between Fishers and Murray tracts of land thence south sixtynine and one half 60J degrees west fiftynine 50 poles to the beginning being the same tract of land mentioned in the deed from Elizabeth Wilkerson and others to George C Patton Trustee and the same mentioned in the deed of W Cox Commissioner to Elizabeth Wilkerson dated October 1 180j and of record in the office of the County Clerk of Breck euridge County in Deed Book V pege 602 and the same tract of land mention d in the deed from the Patton Vitrified Brick Couipaiiy and George C Patton Trustee to George C Patton i dividually and the same tract of land mentioned in the deed from George C Patton to the Central Clay Product Company party of the first part all of said deeds being of record in the office of the Clerk of the County Court of Breckenridge county Kentucky Also all lands real estate buildings brick kilns and machinery and all buildings structures erections fixtures hubrovemeuts and additions and all rights franchises rights of way ease ments privileges interests and immu nities belonging or appertaining to the business of said defendant and all its plant machineries boilers engines wagons carts livestock tools implements materials supplies patent righ s and its other property ofevery kind and untureall of which was owned by the said defendant at the time of the execution of the mortgage by it to the complainant or thereafter owued or ac quired by it together with all and sing ular the tenements hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging and the rents issues and profits thereat and all the the estate right title interest property possession claim and demand whatsoever as well at law as in equity of the said defendant in and to the same andevery part mid parcel thereof Time foregoing property does not in c ude seventyeight cars together with the rail guard railsand extras for angle guard rails which were procured from the Atlas Car Manufacturing Company The sale of all the foregoing property shall be in one lot or parcel and as a whole and no bid for the same of a sum less than twentytwo thousand dollars will be received At the same time imp placp I will also sell at p blic auction to the highest bidder leventyeight cars together with the rails guard rails and extras tn angle guardrails procured front the Atlas Car Manufacturing Company for which no bid of a sum less than one thousand dollars will be received Each bidder shall be required to place in my hands at the time of the acceptance of his bidand as part of stid bid and as a pledge that he will make good his bid if accepted by the Court a sum equal to twentyfive percent of tLe bid so made by him said sum to be deposited either in cash or certified check or certificate of deposit payable to or endorsed to my order For the balance being seventyflve per cent of his bid each purchaser shall executed promissory note bearing interest from the day of sale with two good and approvedbypayment of the note a lien on the properly sold will be expressly retained but privilegebefore payingthe day of sale Each purchaser shall also have the option of making the deposit of twenty five per cent and the deferred payment of seventyfive per cent by surrendering to me at the time his bid is accepted bonds and overdue coupons secured by first mortgage executed by the defend ant to the complainant said bonds to be received at such value as the holder may be entitled to receive thereon in- case the entire purchase price were paid in cash excent that such bonds and coupons shall not be accepted in payment of the costs of the action the cost of advertising and making the vale the allowances to the trustee and his counsel time allowances to the receiver and his counsel and the allowance to the Special Master all of which shall be paid in cash when and as the Court may hereafter order For further particulars and for a more specific description of the personality to be sold reference is hereby made to the decree and time papers on file in the above causeRICHARD N HUDSONSpecial I 5000 for you in our Worlds Fair guessing contest Bee page 3 for particulars GEQ H CASPERKE1 Jewelry and 0Insurance Best policies for least money in Life Pire Tornado and Accident Insurance Brandenburg Ky QUARTERLY REPORT Breckinide Bank 1 At tho close of business on the 31st day of December 1003 RESOURCES Loans and discounts I 128189 24 Overdrafts unsecured ISOi f Duo from NationalBanks 14B355b Duo from State hunks f and Hankers 8565 43 23501 01 Banking house and lot37fl471 Other stocks and bonds 63809 54 Specie5013000Currency 16 730 3- Furnituround fixtures 31M 88 235300 69 i LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid In Incash i 45100 00 Surplus Fund 0939 IT Undivided profits 00 00 Deposits subject to check on which Interest Is not paid j 59270 55 Time certificates of de posits on which interest J Is paid 121890 71 181160 W Unpaid dividends No 59 3 per ct declared this day 135300 Fund to pay taxes 347 50 t SUPPLEMENTARY yT J Highest amount of Indebtedness ot any stockholder person company or firm Including in the liability of the company or firm the liability of the Individual members thereof directly or Indirectly If sucn In debtedness exceed 20 per cent of capital stock actually paid In and actual amount of surplus of the hank 00 How UlndeDtndncssstatd In above Honi 1 secured Highest amount of Indebtedness of any director or ofllcor It timount ot such Indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paidup capital stock of bank 00 How Is same secured Does amount of Indebtedness of any person company or firm In eluding In the liability of the com 11dlvlilual30 percent of paidup capital and actual surplus No 1 It so state mount of such In debtedness Amount of Jast dividend 4 135300 Wore nil expenses losses Interest and taxes deducted therefrom be fore declaring dividend and was not less than 10 per cent of riot profits of the bank for tho period covered by the dividend carried to tho surplus fund before said divi dend was declared Yes 235300 STATE Ql TUCKlssCounty of UreckenrldRo If A II Sklllman Cashier of tho Brcckon rIdge Hank a hank located and doing husl CloverportInI tho foriRoInj repot is In all respects n truo statement of tho condition of the said Hank at tim close of business on the Slst day of December 11103 to tho best of his knowledge and belief and further says that the business of said Hank has been transacted at tho loca tion named und not elsewhere and that the above report Is mudo In compliance with an otllclnl notice received from tho Secretary of State designating tho 31st day of Dec llJ03aas tho day on which such report slmll be A B SKILLMAN Cashier W H IIOWMKIt I O T SKILLMAX Directors c SKILLMAN II AI Subscribed and sworn to before mo by A n Sklllman Cashier tho 2nd day of Juno 1903 CHARLES n SKILLMAN N P B O My commission expires Jan 10 tOOl QUARTERLY REPORT OP TIlE TWO STATES BANK At the close ofBusiness on the 31st day of December 1903- RESOURCES Loomis and Discounts 2835763 Duo from National bammksE3TC9 322769 Specie i OM83 Currency 85000 147683 Furniture and Fixtures 154062 Current Fxpenses for tho Year 101870 101870 33 62740 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid Inln cash 8 7 50000 Surplus Fund 159302 Deposits subject to check on which Int Is not paId1T 45944 Time certificates of de posits on which Int Is pd 707500 2453444 f33C2740 SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of Indebtedness of any stockholder person company or firm Including In tho liability pf tho company or firm the liability of tho Individual members thereof directly or Indirectly If such Indebtedness exceeds 20 per cent of capital stock actually paid Inlandactual amount of surplus bank None Howls Indebtedness statd In above Item 1 secured By Mortgage See Section 583 Kentucky Statutes Highest amount of Indebtedness of any director or officer If amount of touch Indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent ol paid up capital stock of bank None How Is same secured X Does amount of Indebtedness of nny person company or firm In cluding In tim liability of the com pany or firm tho liability of the In exceedmoNoneUsoedness X XWerebeforeRiot less than 10 tier cent of net profits of the bank for time period covered by the dividend curried to dividend X STATE Of KENTUCKY lt County of Breckonrldgo fSS Statesflanirtime town of Btophensport Ky In said county being duly sworn says tho foregoing report Is In all respects a truo statement of ofbusinessthobcstsays that the business of said Bank has been transacted at tho location named and not madoInj receivedfromtho31stsuch report shall bo made JOHN B ADAIR Cashier JohnSJAMES CRAWFORD N L DO My commission expires January 10 1900 OEOROEW PAYNE I iDlrcctorsItASM1TIIIf 100 John Holland fountain pens llio atJ D Babbagea T 1 a y 10 j 00 1 4 4I t 41- 0f