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I Jf T fn d f1 1I t J A eAiJ JT II lJ TilE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS Iite ll h ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT III = IIVOL XXVIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 3 1904 8 Pages NO291II 11tt WORK OF THE K GRIM REAPER Slephensport Ky Feb 2Spe hasTlast Thursday in her seventysixth oryear For ten days previous to her TI death 3he was speechless unconscious M tne greater part of the time due to a g J y partial stroke of paralysis Mrs Petitt was a faithful member of the eo Christian church from girlhood She devoted much of her life to those In rosickness or distress and was ever ready so to nelp them For the past two years she had been a great sufferer but bore her illness without complaining She r severalrfrom the Christian church Friday by iRev J C Hoskinson of the Metho P co tfi dist church and the interment was in the graveyard of the former church J JJrsW H Corley Dead 1 I Patesvllle Ky Feb JSpeclal lastAweek by the death of Mrs W H Corl y who passed awav at her home Friday at 0 oclock in the I morning after an illness of a few weeks Had she lived ton days more she would have attained the age of a seventyeight years She was the mother of four daughters the grand mother of seventeen children and the r greatgrandmother of eight Mrs Corley was a member of the Baptist I 1 1churchr and a highly respected woman Besides a husband three daughters survive her They are Meaames Tabitha Lynch and Rosa Hatfield of this place and Mrs Emma Board of near Fotdsville The interment was o in the homo cemetery Death Comes at Sixteen Patesville Ky Feb 2Speolal Miss Etta Key daughter of S U I Smith of this place died at her home of a complication of diseases Tnes I 1day Jan 20 She was sixteen years old on the day before her deatn She was a memoer of the M E church and had been attending the past session of the public school Her re mains were enterred in the Bethlehem V cemetery Miss Mollie Penick Dead Big Spring KyFeb2 Special Miss Mollie Penlok the only daugh ter of Mr Henry Penick died Wed nesday morning about 7 oclock after a lingering illness of consumption She was a true Christian girl and naught could be said against her Rev Russell preached the funeral and her remains were laid to rest in the presence of a large concourse of friends r 4Mrs Rebecca Johnson Dead j Mrs Rebecca Johnson of Lewis port died Friday afternoon at 280 oclock at the home of her brother jJr J D Bates at Hawravillo Mrs 1 Johnson was ill several days l AtwelllBrandenburg Ky Feb 2Speo- ffaliorace Atwell of Milan a fow miles below here died very suddenly r f last Saturday JI Better Than Gold J I was troubled for several years I ii with chronic indlge ton and nervous a t debility writes V J Green of iiLancaster N H No remedy help ed me until I began using Eelectric i Bitters which did me more good than y all the medicine I ever used They have also kept my wife in excellent health for years She says Electric Bitters are just splendid for female troubles that they are a grand tonic 1 1and invigorator for weak run down women No other medicine caa take r lie place in the family Try them Only GOo tfatisfaotidn guaranteed by i Short fe Haynes i M Death at Union Star Union Star KyFab 2Speoull Henry Condor an old pensioner oi this place died here Friday night NOTICE A report is being circulated that I will not return to Cloveport to prac tice medicine I will say for the benefit of my friends and others that I will return about April land fit up my newly built offices with a modern uptodate equipment and practice my profesion It is my intention to make Cloverport my permanent homo Very respectfully IF L Lightfoot 2708 Dayton St St Louis Mo Q END COMES TO JAS MOORMAN Mr James A Moorman of Glen deane whose serious illness was men tioned in last weeks News died Saturday morning at 8 oclock Death was due to brain trouble which is believed to have been caused by an accident that befell Mr Moorman about five years ago While passing through a field during a storm a broken limb was hurled on his head by the wind and after that he always complained of his head hurting him j Week before last ne was taken sudden ly ill and his relatives were summoned J to his bedside Last Tuesday he j railed some but then grew worse J until the end came J J Jas A Moorman was an exemplary J type of a Christian man and J was oie of the most popular and promi J J nent men of his part of the county J As a farmer he was successful and was a man of good circumstances Among J the citizens of the county he counted J hundreds who were his friends and many of these attended his illness J I and funeral I Mr Moorman was born in 1843 J near the old home of his father Jesse J V Moorman who lived to be eighty I five and was a pioneer settler of J the county He spent all of his life at Glendeaje and helped to make it one of the most substantial communities J in the county Since boyhood he has been a member ot the Goshen Baptist church at Glendeane i Besides a wife Mr Moorman is J survived by two daugnters Mrs Lntie Slum of Saoremento Ky andJ Miss Hallie Moorman of Glendeane a son Vennie two sisters Mrs R JI O Willis and Mrs J T Owen of J this city and an only brother Dr J L Mourman also of this city Mrs J Moorman was formerly a Miss Owen and is a sister of Dr J T Owen J and Mrs F T Heyner of this city I The funeral was held from the residence I Sunday afternoon at 2 oolooK by Rev J T Lewisof Irvington and I the interment was in the Moorman J graveyard about two miles from I Gleudeane J A Cure for Eczema My baby had Eczema so bad that its head was a solid mass of scabs and its hair all came out 1 tried many s remedies but none seemed to do any permanent good until I used DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve The Eczema is cured the scabs are pone and the little ones scalp is perfectly clean and healthy and its hair ib growing beautifully again I cannot give to much praise to DeWitts Witch Hazel SalveFrank Farmer Bluff City Ky In buying Witch Hazel Salve look out for counterfeits De Witte is the original and tne only onea containing pure Witch Hazel The name E 0 DoWitt Co is on every box Sold by All Druggists The Worlds Fair Stamps The postoffice department has decided 4 upon designs for the St Louis worlds fair stamps which will bear portraits as follows One cant Rob ert R Livingston our minister to France two cent Thomas Jefferson f three cent James Monroe five cent William McKInley ten cent map of 4 4 the United States showing territory 4 purchased from France The colors will be those used for like denominations in general use 4 C1A rOBXAYou Nato Alwan Bought naY4fJP Oyster Supper a Success The oyster supper given in Oelzos I ball Friday evening for the benefit of the Baptist church was a financial success and an enjoyable occasion for all who attended During the even ing Rood music was furnished by the following Ira Bohen first guitar Lawrence Murray second guitar Walter Oelze mandolin Emmett Mattingly bass violin and Proctor Keith flute The Best Prescription fur Malaria aChllla and Fever IK a buitie of drove T ite ICM Chill Tonic It Is simply Iron and Qui rayPeleeDynamite Injures Boy Patesville Ky Feb 2Special- Ed Adkine son of Jno AdKins Sr was playing with a dynamite cap Saturday and picking in it with a sticK when it exploded tearing off the two fore fingers and thumb of his right hand besides burning his face A physician was called immediately and pronounced niB case a serious one OvrxYrKrrvr rKKKrKrr Krrvsrerrrrrrr rrrKKrrrrr rprrr- x P x All That is Coming to Us 1 x It It r From every part of the country we have comments more 5 j Itor less severe upon the present state of thn national House of Jf Representatives It is no longer a representative body say the J critics It has lost its constitutional power of originating leg J islation Statesmanship has disappeared from its proceedings J The orator finds no opportunity The individual is lost The 5 speaker and the committee on rules comprise the whole show r- ando v monopolize the rights tf Frankly there is truth in these criticisms The House of tf Representatives is not what it used to be Political evolution J has carried it far beyond oratory and personal competition in J debate It is a department of the government corporation Jr tf managed from the business oflice Hut it is strictly unfair to 5 charge the change to the men wham we send to Washington t They are of course no bettor than they should be but they j tJ lire just about what the people who elected them intended they r should become s- Int a notable address some months ago before one of tho j J universities Justice Brewer said It is useless to scold legis tf Inters or lawyers or judges or executives They will never J5 jj be any better than tho popular sentiment that is back of them tf This is absolutely true and when we consider the present j5 tf condition of the House of Representatives it is only fair to re 5f member that the Representative in Congress is only as good as- A J5 the popular sentiment that is back of hUH tf Thus we easily trace the deterioration of our Roprcsenta s experienceA i anythingxit ft tf member of Congress is elected in an atmosphere of apathy and 5 Sf very rarely do onehalf of the people take tho trouble to go out ft t to vote So it frequently happens that a Representative is sent ft ito Washington by the ballots of a small minority of those who b tf in his constituency are entitled to the franchise jt tf We have before us the official Congressional Directory of ft tf tho Fiftyeighth Congress which began an extraordinary ses jr bysft ft V v self Ho received only 22941 votes in a district that has a ft v population of 209253 His case is far above the average In ft ttho second district of Alabama with a population of 239653 ft if the total vote for the Congressman was only about 15000 and ft v in some othor districts with populations running into the hun ft v dreds of thousands the vote was as low as 12000 and in many S- It of them below 20000 0 tf In these days American constituents do not elect Representatives b v to be statesmen but to be active agents who will use ft their efforts to get as much as possible in offices and appropriations ft x for their districts And thus every two years we have ft v these gentlemen returning home for popular indorsement basing ft v their claims not on any speeches they made or any great public ft v measures they advanced but on the boasts that they got as ft v much as they could for their districts It is not fair there J fore to put all the blame on them They are no better than ft the public sentiment that is back of them ft In other words we get what we elect Saturday Evening K Post ft Q wwvww ARitCf SuitASf 1 1A71 1 A71AAS1S17 a31S1Ak aAG- ENNi NO NN isl+N it4NN WHY REJOICE Written for the News by F M S Why rejoice that spring is nigh Fleet time brings back tho wintry sky Why rejoice that the days work is done When labor begins with tomorrows sun Why rejoice dear child that vacations near When school begins with another year Rejoice to know when life is ended That happiness will como unblended Rejoice that spring will ever last And toil and strife will then have past When vacation child will ever be When time is changed to eternity AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA As to Loans EtcljI Real estate investments are as a rule the best paying property Tho net results are generally very satisfactory Of course the ideal real estate investment is tho purchase money holdings of which there can be no quibbling as to payment First mortgages on real estate if carefully placed make a good investment However the greatest taro should be taken by the man putting his money into mortgages to bo sure that his is a first mortgage He should also have some per sonal knowledge of the property on which ho contemplates placing a lien and be satisfied also that there are no prior mortgages or mechanics lions existing In this event he could not be defeated in tho collection of his claim and all accrued interest V G BABBAGE Cloverport Ky Attorney at Law AAAA AAAAAA N yS FIRST MEETING IS A SUCCESS The Breckenndge Association of Baptists held its first Fifth Sunday meeting with the Irvington Baptist church Friday Saturday and Sunday The attendance was very good con sidering the bad roads and in point of enthusiasm the meeting was a SUCCC088 J B Herncnn was made chairman of the meeting and 1 H McGbeo secretary Rev E B English led to the discussion of the first sub ject on Fridays program The Pas tOtS Duty to the Sunday sohool being followed by Elders S 0 Christian W V Harrell and J T Lewis The sec ond subject The Importance of Teaching the Bible in the Sunday school was presented by Rev Harrell In an able paper Elders Christian and Lewis also spoke on the subject The Teachers Opportunity in the Snnday echool was presrnted oy J B Hern don after which H S English Jr Andrew Crawford and M P Compton and Elders Harrell and English con tinned the discussion After the meeting adjourned the Mission Board of the Association with Andrew Crawford as Chairman and Rev E B English as secretary transacted some important business Saturday morning C M Payne presented The Opportunity of Young People in the Sundayschool and S C Dowell and Rev Watson also spoke on the subject kev Christian preached the mission Rermon Miss Ella Munford sang a beautiful solo The Bird with the flubIjcctsThe next meeting will be held at the Corinth church on the Friday before the fifth Sunday in May When You Have a Cold The first action when you have a cold houUl be to relieve the lungs This is best accomplished by the free use of Chamberlains Cough Remedy This Remedy liquefies the tough mucus and causes its expulsion from the air cells of the lungs produces a free expectoration and opens the secretions A complete cure soon fol lows This remedy will cure a severe cold in less time than any other treatment and it leaves the system in a natural and healthy condition It counteracts any tendency toward pneumonia For sale by Short K Haynes Mr and Mrs May Entertain Lewisport Ky Feb 2Special- Mr and Mrs S T May entertained Thursday evening In honor of their guests Miss Mary Dejarnett of lIar dinsburg and Mr Waller F Stinnett of Oaktown Iud Those present were Misses Mary DeJarnett Georgia Em mick Eva Hancock Elsia Ayers Stella and Ida Reynolds Pauline Lambert and Benola Morrison of Pellville Messrs Walter P Stinnett Rod Brown David Leohovitz White Earl Greathouse Clarence Emmick Tom Reynolds Lon Reynolds Frank Dowell Carl Lam bert Jake Sipes Lenard May Harry Ayers Ed Dowell Bob Stinnett and Nace Reynolds Mr and Mrs Albert Greathouse and little daughters Idell and Fouchee Mrs Oscar Reynolds Mr W Lambert and little daughter Belle and Mr Lenard Elder of Hardlnsburg Refreshments were served at 10 oclock Excellent music was furnished by Mr Sam May Walter Stinnett Bob Stin nett and Lenard May A most delight ful time was spent by all present Worlds Fair Railroad Rates C L Stone General Passenger Agent of the Louisville and Nashville railroad and Lucien J Irwin who holds the same position with the Henderson Route returned yesterday from St Louis where they have been attending the meeting of passenger men of all roads running into St Louis to discuss the passenger rates which 8inll exist during the Worlds Fair The passenger agents decided to recommend a sixtyday rate cf one and onethird fare and a tenday excursion rate of onehalf fare All the roads will probably agree to run not more than one excursion each week into St Louis Saturdays Louisville Herald New Store Houses Lee Rhodes of Rhodelia is erecting a fine store house at Rhodolla It is 80x50 feet and is two stories with basement It will be ready for use in a few days Barney Wheltm Is also rebuilding at Andyville and will have an up to date store when comple tedMeade County Messenger C c Ji SUIT CAUSES A SENSATION Hardinsturg Ky Feb 2Spac- lnlSottethingsnore than a mild sensation was created here last Friday when a suit was tiled by some of the heirs of the late James Miller against Judge Matthias Miller who was formerly the administrator of that estate In the petition eleven of the heirs sue as plaintiffs They allege that the estate is really worth be tween 75 000 and 00000 though it was generally thought to be worth only about 140000 It is also charged that Judge Miller bought out several of the heirs for less than their re spective shares were really worth and that as he was the administrator he had no legal right to purchase any share of any of the heirs in the es tate The prayer of the petition asks that the settlements of Judge Miller as administrator be surcharged and that judgment go against him for such an amount as represents the difference between the actual sum paid the heirs for their respective Interests and the amount that they were really entitled to receive The answer of Judge Miller will not be tiled until the first day of court It will probably DO a general denial of all the allegations in the petition He has employed Gen D H Murray to represent him and Mercer and Mercer are attorneys for the heirs A hard fought and inter esting legal battle is anticipated Little Eula Pate Dead Hardinsburg Ky Feb 2Spe- olalEula D Pate the infant child of Mr and Mrs S A Pate after an illness of about three weeks died on Thursday The funeral was held from the residence on the fol lowing day and the interment was In the city cemetery The Rev W F Hogard pastor of the M E Church South conducted the funeral Services His remarsk were based upon perhaps the most beautiful chapter in the I Scriptures John XIV giving com fort and solace to stricken hearts and hope and faith to the bereaved In this time of sore affliction the sympathy of the whole community is with the grief stricken pa rents in the loss of their beautiful child taken In the very morningof life To Locate in Oklahoma 1 t HardinHburg Ky Fet 2ipec- lalCharles D Payne of Harned left for Carwile Oklahoma where he will reside in the future He will engage in the mercantile business Mr Payne has long been a merchant at Rained where he has established a reputation for honesty and fair dealing which will follow him to his new home Cyrus Miller Goes West Hardinsourg Ky Feb 2Spe cialCyras Miller left last Satur day for u trip through Indian Terri tory and Okahoma He went with aparty from Davies county among them being Mr J E Monarch formerly county court clerk of this county If Mr Miller is satisfied with the country he may locate out there Will Reside in Texas Hardinsbnrg Ky Feb 2Spee- cialMr Chapman Moorman will leave this month for Texas where he expects to reside permanently He will probably locate in Collin county s Mr Moorman is a good citizen and f the News wishes for him much sue cesCircuit Court Next Monday Hardinsburg Ky Feb 2Spec- lal Next Monday circuit court convenes It will probably continue into the third week Card of Thanks- We desire to express our appreciation and thanks to our neighbors and friends for their help during the ill ness and affliction of our aunt and grandmother Mrs Lydia Davis of Epnesus who fell and broke her thigh VC f five weeks ago She bore her pain and Buffering as a Christian of seven tyono years experience but at last willingly and submissively yielded to the invitation of the good master to come higher and enter into the joy of the Lord W T Macy Annie Mac- yOrendorfllampton The wedding of Mr Victor Oren dorf of Clifton Mills to Miss May Hampton of Lodlbnrg is announced to take place at Irvington Thursday L T Ir rr- v PU + 1 ++11 I U 1 1 111 1 of MII z+ II 1 I 1 II 1 1 1 IIII t I r 11 N 1p11t 1p1 1J1 THE STROLLERS By FREDERIC S ISHAM Author of Under the Rose kKk 10 Copyright 1902 by TilE BONEN MERRILL COMPANY j WMWWwTVwwSoM WWMW MM 10I syirsYtYit tint AAjHu LLt J ++H1 11111 11111 li 11 tI rC1 CHAPTER XVI the Father of Waters ai DOW or so after their light the blue grnss country steamed the packet bearing the company of playing to New Or leans Drawing up In due course to the lovec they became a part of the Ken oral bustle and confusion hurriedly disembarked rushed about for their luggage because every one else was rushing hastily entered ctrrluKt of which there was a limited supply and were whisked off over the rough cobblestones which constituted the princi pal pavements of the city The hotel was finally reached and what a unique hostelry It was Set tlll St Charles down In St Petersburg commented a chronicler In 1840 and you would think It n palneo In Boston and ten to one you would christen It n college In London and It would remind you of an exchange It represented at that day the evolution of the American tavern the primitive Inn Instituted for passengers and way faring men the development of the pothouse to the metropolitan hotel of the rural ale room to the palatial sa loon What a change from country hos tflrles soliloquized the manager after the company were Installed In commo dious rooms Beneath the porch and reception hall extended the largo barroom where stvornl score of men were enjoying tholr liquors and lunches and the hum of conversation the clinking of glasses and the noise made by the skillful mixer of drinks were as sweet music to the manager when shortly after be strode to the bar Why Its Utopia thought Barnes Every one Is happy But even as he thus ruminated his glance fell upon an old man seated at a table whom the waiters treated with such deference the manager con cluded he must be some one of no slight Importance This gentleman was thin wrinkled and worn with a face Voltalrenn In type his hair scanty his dress elegant and his satirical smile like the lush of n dagger In the sunlight lIe was Inspecting his bouillon with rnnnlfost distrust adjusting his eyeglass and thrusting Ills head close to the plnte The look of suspicion deepened and finally a grimace of tri umph Illumined his countenance as he rapped excitedlyI on the table Wnlter waiter do you see that he almost shoutedsoup tt You M le Marquis was the hum ble response Iook at It well thuudored the old gentleman Do you find nothing ex traordinary about It Again the bouillon was examined to the amusement of the manager I am sorry M le Marquis I can de toot nothing unusual politely respond ed the waiter when he had concluded a painstaking scrutiny with all the gravity nUll seriousness attending so momentous an Investigation You are blind exclaimed the old man See there a spot of grease floating In the bouillon and there an other and another In fact here is an archipelago of Greece This wlttl clam was relieved by an Ironical smile Take It away The waiter hurried off with the of fending dish and the old man looked Immensely satisfied over the disturb ance ht hind created Well hUM iu been an Id thought the manager that the deatlny of a na lion depends 111011 the digestion of its first minister I wonder what hell do nextCourse after course that followed was rejected the guest keeping up a running comment This sauce Is not properly prepared This salad Is not well mixed I shall The worst meat Pvc ever liad 1 starve In this place These truffles spoiled in the Importation Oh bL le Marquis clasping his Lands In despalrthey wero pre viserred In melted paraffin 1c What do I care about your paraffin Never mind anything more walter I could not eat a mouthful What Is the- nW1 Very well and there Is some timber for yourself blockhead ay Ltlrrc Ir a try n iiianK you M Ie Marquis defer entlallyThe worst meall Ive ever Imdl And Ive been In Europe Asia an3 AfricaI Abominable abominable Idiot of a waiter miserable place miserable nnd this dyspepsia Thus running on with unatcbM of caiwtlc critldsni the old gendcroaB sluimbfe out the waiter holding the door open for Ithn and bowing obsequiously An amiable indlvlduair oba Ted Barnes to the waiter In he tapping nt the hotel rNo monsieur He has an clecant houae near by The tact time be was here he complimented the colt and praised the sauces He Is a little whet you call itwhim lcal5 YM slightly inclined that way But Is he here alone T- He 1In monsieur He loeea gtNtI sums In the gambling room He Ikeeps a irate at the theater for the season lie Ito the marquis a princea- gent lord I Even if he calls you liar and blockhead l Oh monsieur displaying a silver dollar with an exprealve shrug of the shoulders this Ila the what you call ltbStill 1mII quis the scene was almost a1 animated as In the bar and where the principal1 topic of conversation Boomed to bo j Horse and race that had ben run were about to be run orII Sitting moodily in a corner with legs crowed and hat upon his knee was fl1 young man whose careless glance waIdercd from time to time from his drto the passing figures As the marquis slowly hobbled along with nn olfort to appear alert tho young man MOM quickly nnd came forward with a conventional smile intercepting the old nobleman near the door My dear M le Marquis ho exclaim ed effusively It Is with pleasure I sec you recovered from your recent Indis position Recovered almost shrieked the marquis Im far from rocorwed Im worse than ever I detest con gratulations monsieur Its what a ly ing world always docs when you arc on the verge of dlwolutlon You arc ns discerning an over murmured the land baron for It was Ed ward Mauvllle1 Im not flt to bo around I only came outwlth a sardonic chuckle because the doctors said It would be fatal Surely you do not desire To show them they are Impostors YesAnd does Now Orleans continue to please you asked he other with some of that pride southerners enter tained hi throw days for their queen cityHow does the exile like the forced land of his adoption returned the no bleman Irritably My king is In exile Why should I not be also Should I stay there herd with the cattle call every skipjack citizen and evcry clod brother treat every scrub ns though she were a duchess There Is Indeed a regrettable tendency to deify common clay nowadays assented the patroon soothingly Why your citizen regards it ns condescension to notice a than of condition said the marquis violently When my king was driven away by the nibble the ocean was not too broad to separate me from n swinish civilization I will never go back I will live there no morel That is good news for us returned the land baron Your politeness almost reconciles me to staying said the old man more affably Rut I am on my way to the club What do you say to a rubber i The patroon assented I CHAPTER XYII 0 the scattering of the nntlrcnt era by the rescue party that memorable night at the manor the land baron undoubtedly owed his safety Beyond reach of per sonal violence In a neighboring town I without his own domains from which he wns practically exiled ho had sought redress In the courts only to find his hands tied with no convincing clew to the perpetrators of these outrages On the patroon lay the burden of proof and he found it more difficult than he had anticipated to establish satisfactorily any kind of a case for alibis blocked his progress at every turnAt war with his neighbors and with little taste for the monotony of a north ern winter he bethought him of his na tive city determined to leave the lo cality and at a distance wait for the turmoil to subside His brief dream of the rehabilitation of the commonwealth brought only memories stirring him to restlessness He made Inquiries about the strollers but to no purpose The theatrical band had come and gone like gypsies Saying nothing to any one except Scroggs to whom he Intrusted a odor litigation he nt length quietly departed In the regular stage until he reached a point where two strap rails proclaimed the new method of convey ance Wedged in the small compart ment of a little car directly behind a w B i smofting monster with an enormous chimney fed with cord wood he was borne over the land and another puff- Ing marvel of different construction carried him over the water Reaching the Crescent City some time before the strollers his progress expedited by a locomotive that ran full twenty miles an hour the land baron found among the latest floating population com prised of all sorts nnd conditions the Marquis dc Llgne The blood of the patroons flowed sluggishly through the land barons veins but his French ex traction danced In every fiber of his being After learning the more Impor tant and not altogether discreditable circumstances about the land barons anceetorafor If every gentleman were whipped for godlessnesi how many trlped bnrlm wtnld there betllc marquis who declined intimacy with Tom Dick and Harry and their honest butchers bakers and candlestick coal ers of forefathers permitted an ac quaintance that accorded with his TlirB governing social Intercourse This in a genuine pleasure M Ile Marquis observed the land baron suavely when the two found themselves seated In a earl room with brandy and soda before them To mt a nobleman of the old school iis Indeed welcome In titHe days when New Orleans harbors the refugees of tho world for strive as we will out sider are creeping in and corrupting our best circles Muttering something about bour geolile eplcler thenobloman partook of the liquid consolation before him which seemed to brighten his spirits If my doctor could see me now Dolts Quacks Its a good joke on them said Mau vine ironically Isnt It1 They forWd me touching stimulants Said they would be fatal Impostors Frauds They haven killed me yet- I have been north to look after cer tain properties left me by a distant relative peace to his ashes observed MauvllleMy sir I congratulate your exclaimed the nobleman enthusiastic allyThanks But 1 came near joining the ranks of the well born angels But for an accident I should now be a cherub of quality And how monsieur did you escape such a fellcltousfatc r The land barons faca clouded Through a stranger a Frenchman a silent taciturn follow more or less an adventurer I take It He called him self SaintProsper SaintProsperThe gazed at Mnuvllle with amazement and Incredulity This SaintProsper you met was n soldier Ernest SaintProsper Yes he was a soldier Served in Africa I believe You knew him Knew him He was my ward the rascal cried the other violently He was but nowingratetraitorbett- er if he were dead You speak bitterly M le Marquis said the patroon curiously Bitterly After his conduct he is no longer anything to me He is dead to me dead How did he deviate from the line of duty asked Mauvllle with In creasing Interest and an eagerness his light manner did not disguise A sin of omission or commission Eh What mumbled the old no bleman staring at his questioner and on a sudden becoming taciturn A family affair he added finally with dignity Not worth repeating But what was he doing there 1 He hind Joined n strolling band of players said the other concealing his disappointment as best he might at his companions evasive reply A SnIntProsper become an actor shouted the marquis his anger again breaking forth Has he not already ragged nn honored name in the dust A stroller A player I The marquis fairly gasped at the enormity of the offense For n moment he was speech less and then asked feebly What mused him to take such n humiliating tepr lIe Is playing the hero of n ro mance said the land baron moodily I confess be has excellent taste though The figure of n Juno eyes like stars on an August night features proud ns Diana the voice of a siren In n word picture to yourself your fairest conquest M le Marquis and you will have n worthy counterpart of this rose of the wilderness My fairest conquest piped the listener With lackluster eyes he re mained motionless like a traveler in the desert who gazes upon a mirage You have described her well The features of Diana It was nt a revival of Vanbrughs Relapse I first met her dressed after the fashion of the Countess of Ossory Who would not wor ship before the figures of Lcly lie halt closed his eyes as though gazing In fancy upon the glossy dra perles and rosy flesh of those voluptu ous court beauties The wooing begun In the wings ended In nn Ivy covered villa a retired nook solitary walks by day nightin gales nnd moonshine by night It was a pleasing romance while It lasted but joy palls on one Nature abhors sameness The heart Is like Mother Earth ever varying I wearied of this sur feit of paradise and left her A mere Incident In nn eventful life said his companion thoughtfully- Yes only an Incident repeated the marquis Only an Incident I bad almost forgotten It but your conversa tion about players and your descrip tion of the actress brought It to mind It had quite passed away it had quite passed away But the cards M Mau vllle the cards To be Continued CASXORXABean the Always BoiigH 9lgnatuoof thoaeli c PROSPERITY OF THE COUNTRY Conclusions Reached by the Secretary- of the American Bankers Association From the New York Sun To the Editor of the SunSfr According to the report of the Come troller of the Currency the banking power of the world viz the capital surplus circulation and deposits of bank is at preoent as follows United States13310000000Fsreign countries 18088000000 The rate of increase from 1800 to 1003 was- United States 158 per cent Foreign countries 00 per cent A little calculation will easily show that should this proportionate rate of increase continue for the next ten years the worlds banking power in 1014 will approximate United States2D415000000Fo- reign countries 28312000000 thus placing our country in this respect ahead of all the other nations of the world combined On the average there is now one bank to every 4410 of our population with a per capita deposit of 12000I including about 3750 in the savings banksThere is food for tnought in these figures In January 1000 returning from a voyage to Europe in a communication to your paper I stated my conviction IIthat ns a people we liveI better with more comfort and at the same time save more money than any other nation in the world A recent trip through the West Far West and Southwest has done much to confirm my views on this subject I can hardly state iny delight in finding this great country of ours so prosperous you may well believe J that the recent liquidation in Wall Street was bUt8 rich mans panic for the West is undoubtedly forging ahead in a wonderful wannertt The farmers are getting richer everyII year new industries are springing up as by magic cities are populous fairly cleaned and well governed and the people in general appeared to me as hearty happy and prosperous as they proved to be hospitable The wonderful scenery throughout Colorado California Arizona New Mex ico and other States revealed to me for the first time filled me with awe ana reverence for the magnificent works of God as well ns with enthu siasm and admiration lor the men who with indomitable will und tire less energy amid countless dangers and privations have transformed trackless plains und wastes into vast and beautiful farms ranches and gardens As for the mining industry it is evident that the mountains have ns yet been only barely scratched for their untold millions of treasure- I hope pray and believe that this sweet and dear land of ours this wonderful and prosperous land of liberty will continue on its onward march showing to all nations that the true path to progress civilization nUll hap piness lies along the lines of peace virtue work and thrift William Hanhart New York Jan 10 Escaped an Awful Fate Mr H HaggIns of MelbourneFla writesliMy doctor told me I had Consumption and nothing could be done forine I was given up to die The offer of a free trial bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consump- tIon induced me to try it Results were startling I am now on the road to recovery and owe all to Dr Rings New Discovery It surely saved my life This great cure is guaranteed for all throat and lung diseases Short iv Haynes Druggists Price OOo 8 1100 Trial Botttes free YerkesMore Convinced Washington Jan 27 National Couamitteumnn Yerkes returned from Kentucky this morning He says that as a result of his visit he is more convinced than ever of Ken tncKys stnuu for the Presidents nom- Ination When asked whom he would recommend for Pension Agent at Louisville to succeed the late Gen Collier Mr YerKes said that lie has reached no deciesion and is in uo hurry to do so Elys Liquid Cream Balm is an old friend in a new form It is prepared for the particular benefit of sufferers from nasal catarrh who are used to an atomizer in spraying the diseased membrane All the healing and soothing properties of Cream Balm are retained in the new preparation It does not dry up the secretions Price including spraying tube 75 cents At your druggists or Ely Brothers 00 Warran Street Now York will mail it Richard Nally Held Over Richard Nally of Glendeano was tried before Commissioner Lindseyat Owensboro last weekon the charge of selling liquor without a special gov ernment tax und was held over to the May term of federal court Nally was arrested at Glendeano and taken to Owensboro on January 17I n jlJ RIFLE AND PISTO- LCARTRIDGES cc Its the shots that hit that count ter Rifle and Pistol Cartridges hit that is shoot accurately and strike a good hard pen etrating blow They are loaded with great care and precision and made in calibers suitable for all kinds of game from rabbits j to grizzly bears If you want reliable ammu nition buy the timetried Winchester make FOR SALE DY ALL DEALERSI I I I The Ground flog Not A hog But A Woodchunck a Tuesday February 2 is the date accepted as ground hog day although there It some dispute about it A few facts along this line might not be amissThe ground hog is not a hog at all but a woodchunoir He is one of the rodeut or knowing animals native to Amorica He is fifteen to eighteen inches in length color varying from blackish to grizzled above and chest nutred below feet dark tail blackish sometimes with grayish rings The form is thicK and clumsy neck hardly apparent head broad and fiat legs short and thick tail short and bushy eyes small ears short feet large and naked below half rather short whiskers long and stout Its range is from Hudson By to South Carolina and westward to the neighborhood of the ROCKY Mountains It takes its name of ground hog from its greedi ness and its burrowing habits It digs deep boles in the fields on the aides of hills or under rocks in the woods in a slanting direction at first upward to keep out of the water In the bnrrow thus made with several I compartments and usually with more than one entrance the ground hog passes the winter iti a dormant I state He feeds on various plants fruits and vegetables oeing specially fond of red clover Thoy frequently make their incursions upon the fields at midday posting sentinels they are very vigilant and their sense ot hear ing is loranrkably acutre They are very cleanly and are easily tamed They have five or sIx young at a birth They fight boldly and are more than a match for a dog ot equal size Their flesh is rank but is sometimes eaten The best physIC Once tried nnd you will always use Chamoerlains Stomach and Liver Tablets says William AGirard Pease Vt These Tablets are the most prompt most pleasant and most reliable cathartic in use For sale by Short Haynes Gold Found in Elliot Gold has been found In Elliott county and much excitement prevails The ore was found in a creek bed and is said to he very rich Capitalists went to Minneapolis Minn and incorporated the Ken tu cky Diamond Mining and Development Company with n capital of 5 000000 They have begun to place machinery in the field rind will thoroughly test it Suit For Big Damages- The Kentucky Heating company filed suit last Wednesday in the Meide county circuit court at Brandenburg against the Louisville Heating compa ny for i50000 damages The suit 1is for alleged injuries done the plalnti company in the Meade county gas fields The filing of the suit was the outcome of a long fight between the two companies Stops the Cough and Works off the Cold Laxative Drama Qulnhio Tablets euro a cold In ono day No euro No pay Price 23c Jas W Miller a Creditor James D Taul a farmer living at Magan Ohio county has filed a petition in federal court asking that he be allowed to claim the benefits of the bankruptcy laws His petition states that he has liabilities amounting to 80008 and that he has prop arty only to the value of 220 His creditors are James W Miller ad ministrator Hardmsburg 21008 and the Heilinan Macnine company of Evansville OThursdays Owens bore Messenger Geo Nichols In Jail Geo Nichols of this city was tried at Owensboro last Wednesday before Justice Rodman on the charge of petit larceny for stealing a pair of trousers from W H Gist of Owens boro He pleaded guilty to the charge and was sentenced to thirty four days Imprisonment in the county jail Nichols was arrested at Hawes ville Tuesday night of last week In Court of Appeals Frankfort Ky Jan 12Greeo VH Hart BrecKenridge county cross appeal granted appellee and given ten days to file brief v =I t- u t J Winches Harned Norm- alSCHOOL Term Beg- insFebruary 23 And Closes June 10 1904 Courses of Study Teachers Course 12 00 Preparatory Course 8 00 Money payablcin 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 THIS IS A tPresidentialAND YOU MUST KEEP POSTED The way to do this is to re d time WEEKL- YCourierJournal HENRY WATT RSONt Editor TWELVE PAGES ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY S100i ya rII REVENUE REFORM ffSOCIAL REFORM MORAL REFORM The COURIER JOURRIIL lituit thijbitt Almanac published Send 35 mil for a copy by mill J COURIEUJOUKNAL COMPANY LOUISVILLE KY By a Special Arrangement you can get th- eBreckenridge News and theII WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL both one year for only 150 This is for cash subscriptions only All sub- scrIptions under this combination offer must bo sent through tho Brcckcnrldgo News of flco Clovorpojt r K- yCloverport Planing Mill GREGORY CO Prop LUMBER DOORSSASH SASHBLINDS DOOR AND WINDOW SCREENS SHINGLESLATHS LATHSLIME BRICK CEMENT ROOFING ETC 1 ill k f k The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 3 1004 rrSHILOH Hnnlins Friday night was quite a success Miss Ella n Bandy spent Tnursday the guest of Alisa Mulisse Cashuian Miss Alice Cart spent Tuesday with Miss Maugurite Curt of Union Star The social given by Mr and Mrs Geo Wheelbr Monday night was well r attendedMiss Bandy spent last Tues day at Sample the guest of hex sister Mrs E A Kissaui Misses Mamie Jolly Ella aud Bina Kroush1sVirgil ed church here Saturday night Mysterious Circumstance f One was pale and sallow and the other fresh and rosy Whence the dilferanco She who is blushing with heath uses Dr Klngss New Life Pills to maintain it By gently arousing the lazy organs they compel good digestion and head bff constipa tion Try them Only 25c at Short Haynes Drug Store vi Goebel Memorial Exercises Frankfort Ky Jan 28 Arrange ments for the Ooeoel memorM day eseroises next Wednesday were com pleted tonlgnt by joint uominitteos in charge of the work At 10 oclock Wednesday morning there will bo addresses iu the hall ot the House of Representatives by tin who desire to speak At 930 p m there will be services at the grave At night W J Bryan who will arrive at noon will deliver a memorial address at the Operahouso He will be introduced by Gv Beckh alU There will be 110 otner speakers at night CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the y S0ISignature O- fInstalling aJtt A Machinery The machinery bought from the old Southern Iron Works at Uweneboro for the Cloverport Foundry Mach two companys foundry arrived in the city over the Henderson Ronto from Uwensooro last Thursday and is now being installed in the plant COLLEGE YELLS Cornell university Cornell Corllel- llAmhprstHnh Amucrst Columbia university 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purpose case ofIt that more estimators S equally correct prizes will divined equally between them HERE IS THE OF PRIZES For tho nearest correct estimate or guess b000P For the second nearest correct estimate or guess IlOO- IIFor the third nearest correct estimate or For fourth nearest correct estimate or guess 600- IIFor tho nearest corroct estimate or For tho sixth nearost correct estimate or guess 00 For tho seventh nearost correct estimate or guess For tho eighth nearest correct estimate or guoss For trio ninth nearest correct estimate or guoss 75 For tho tenth nearest estimate or guess For tho five nearest correct estimates or guesses Fotio 100 j five nearest correct estimates or guesses t 10 each 50 For 28 correct estimates or guesses 5 each For tho nearest correct estimates or guesses 3 each laJ prizes amounting to Valuable Information aid In forming your estimates wo furnish tho following figures total admissions during Slay tho of tho Chicago Worlds wero 1050037 total paid admissions during May trio month of tho Buffalo PanAmerican Exposition wero 399430 bo tho total paid admissions Slay tho month of tho St Worlds Fair Figure It out or at It In tho figures of your guesses It a fortune to contest close day before trio Fair that no advantage Is gained delay In es timating tho tho figures of your estimates or guesses with your subscriptions carctnl to wrlto your figures P O plainly Dont to take advantage of tbo Special Prizes I yell yell Kali Rah Rah Rah Rub Ray Ray I Belolt Ob nye I of Pennsylvania IIoo rib lloornli Iloo ula lIon Tiger Sis Boom Ah Lchlgli IIoo ray any ray ray Lehigh of go Go It It It Yalo Rah rah Rub rib Rah rah rah Yule yell Id quick and Rah rah rail Rah rah rub Rub lIar yard yell Is long and Rah Rah Rah Rah Rah Rah Brown K kl kl rl1 llickl hick Three times Brey in Thurs day Friel of was In town IN 500 dash nn share in if he are of is the the of the St the St on be ever the every man s be g tho for Q to one which for w to you in also of the Bat the tho hair Write B the it to Tho bo of tho of tho the N the of the who aro 91 the the be by of the As 30 the the all an to or to and as to the of M as the one on tho of tho E The pay the is tho g can bo for In tic or two or are bo LIST guess 1000 the fifth RUGS IlOO lW 100 correct 50 next I next tho next nearest Il0 next 445 493 11500 To Tho paid first month Fair Tho first What will during first Louis guess and send may mean you The will tho opens so by result Send Bo name and taU yell Ray rah ray rub rah rah rah rah yl yl was tho the t the no on no In addition to the foregoing prizes the following Special Prizes for Early Estimates WILL BE PAID For tho nearest correct ostlnwto received before Jan 15 r 5 500 For tho no crust correct estimate received on or utter Jitn 15 uiul before Feb 1 t00 HiFor tho lien rust correct estimate recalved on or after Iebl and before Feb ilL IlOO For tho neurost correct estimate received on or after lou 15 and before March I 500 For tho nonroot 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Wear Suggestions to Farmers A writer In the Hopkinsvillo Kentuckian contributes the following snggestiona calculated to help tne far mer overcome Ithe difficulties that confrot him in the unhealthy tobacco situation1st nfighobrhood meetings 2ml Organize and call county meetings3rd Call district meetings 4th Agree first not to sell at present low prices 5th Let your tobacco bang in barns or strip and prize in good order roll away in burns or deliver to ware houses when yon can get as much advanced on Iit as you would to sell it at present prices flth Dont prepare any plant land 7th Dont plant any tobacco 8tn Hold present crop until you get three times present values there by giving yourself a rest from and your land chance to recover froui its impoverishedi condition Planters grow instead of tobacco corn cabbage potatoes onions beaus tomatoes which you can al ways sell Take n rest live easy and let tne trust sweat In your meetings petition Congress to remove tax on law leaf allowing planters to sell their tobacco to consumers and deal ers in any quantity in natural state either leaf or twist Nearly Forfeits Ills Life A runaway almost ending fatally started a horrible ulcer on the leg of J B Orner Franklin Grove III For four EMr8 it defied all doctors and nil remedies But Bucklens Arni ca Salve had no trouble to cure him Equally good for Burns Bruises Skin Eruptions and Piles 2i5c at Short L Haynes Drug store V G BABBAGE AttomeyatLawPUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR Many years experience in sot link estates A collections rcas mails I j Cloverport Kentucky I ITOIEINSTANTLY CURES HSldleha THE ONLY LIQUID REMEDY ON THE MARKET THAT IS PLEASANT TO TAKE Harmless Safe at All Times Prompt and Efficient CURES Neuralgia CURES Nervousness CURES Dlzzlnets CURES Nausea CURES Sleeplessness CURES Because it reduces Inflammation quiets the nerves nud cancels the stomach Price 25cF- or Sale By SHORT HAYNES Sole Agents la Cloverport fJOHN S1 CULLEYll BRICK CONTRACTOR LouisvilleKy Dalton Marble 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o0o0oo0aoeooooaoooe oe ooo 0+000040 n u oo eoooooooooe0o oee o o IIi Iaii- i + o- LIVE iI COMMISSION STOCK flERCHANTS I0- YY CENTRAL STOCK YARDS LOUISVILLE KY o- 2e094 o Oee eeee ONO 00400449000000000004000000 1 Q I BRECKENRIDGE NEWS UNO D and V G BABBAGE Editor and Proprietor Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year or fl25 if paid at the end of year r OVRDS OF THANKS over flvo lines chllrlted or at the rate of 10 rents per lino OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of cants per tine Money In advance Exnmlnn the label on your paper If It Is not correct uleuso notify us uuuuu When orderhiK a elmnso In tho uddro subscribers should give their old us well US the new address EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 3 1001 t11TRoIlC110NS IX AW CROPS As many farmers in Breckenrldj and adjoining counties eee that tobacco is no longer a profitable cropfffor them and are turning their attpntion to something else inquiries of course into other means of making money on the farm are being mad Tne News is of the opinion that the farmer would fare better than iat present if he would devote his time and money to raising more hog mules poultry etc for which thero is a growing demand and of which there is no overprodncti Man farmers however do not agree with this idea or fear that they would be unsuccessful in putting it into pro tics Then there is another class who realize the value of the idea and will attempt this year to adopt it but tt- a In small scale This method of course is very good Let the farmer raise more poultry mules or hogs this year than he did last and still more next year Let him continue to raise the same crops he tins been tobacco excepted but decrease his Hcreugs proportionately as he increase the size of hid herd of live stock or his Hock of chickens and turkeys And finally let him raise onlr enough wheat corn and other crops to sunpl food for his family and his stocK For the farmer who wants to qntlt raising tobacco and still keep his land in some Kind ot a crop other crops are holding out attractions lnl some farmers are going to raise thom this year in certain sections of the State Three of these crops are give belowIn section of the Stn e preparations are being made to plant the entire tobacco acreage in cotton this spring as the growers clnlm that although the cotton crop in Kentunk is a partial tailnre they will be uble to make more than they are by raisin tobaccoA crop to which the attention of the farmers is being attracted IIs broom corn Delivered at the factories it brings about 5 and G cents a pound a figure which will pay inuci better than tobacco At this price IIt is said that the returns per acre and per hand will be very much more than those from tobacco the crop is much less difficult of cultivation there is little or no chance of failure or a short crop and altogether itfur c nishes many advantages as a money crop over tobacco one of which ih that the planting season is about thi same and the marketing time from onejjto three months earlier The far mers of the county would do well tc investigate the matter and give broom corn a trial And then there are the canning crops such as tomatoes west corn und peas The J T Polk company1 cannery in this city will use these crops and others this year and buy them in Hancock Perry and Breoken ridge counties At different cities IE KeutCKy and Indiana where canning factories have been in operation foi a number of years farmers have rais ed nothing but canning crops as they snow the price is fixed and the mar ket certain when they raise them iota cannery This fact alone attests tc the profitableness of raising canning crops and should give the farmers ot this section some valuable food for thought It is believed at Washington that Senator Jo Blackburn who came to Kentucky several days ago will use his influence with the Legislature for the enactment of a disfranchisement law It is said that twelve Democrat ic members of the Kentucky delega tion in congress are unanimously in favor of disfranchising the negroea of Kentucky on lines similar to those employed in other Southern States One feature of the meeting of the National Committee of the St Louis Good Roads Congress last week was a call on President Roosevelt at the White House In a brief speech the President expressed his deep interest in the subject of good roads Bespoke as follows Mr Chairman i wish to greet you particularly and I am sore I need not say how entirely sympathetic I am with the move nient that you are championing for better means of communication The THISI IIs sure GIVE toI SatisfactionElys Gives Relief at once It cleanses soothes and heals the ells CATARRH RtUrltaway In tln llratdl qultklr It Is absorbed IItals und Protects the MomiTiuii Restores the Senses of Taste und Smell Full size 50c 1utdrucgUr4 or by mull Trip Size lOc by moil1 KlV IHIOTHEUS M Wnrren St New York road is the symbol of civilization Take our great province of Alu8kaI doubt if there is auvthing more need ed for the development of Alaska on permanent lines than the building up of a proper system of roads Rnd where it is impossible to snake wage roads trails in Alaska Throughout our country our citizens will have Ito turn their energies to improve the means of intercours ithat is tho roadsbetween community and com munity because we are a civilize people and we cannot afford to have barbaric metnods of communication EKRON Willie Woolfork and Ueorge Fry mire were in Louisville last week Miss Glrdner Shacklet spent Satur day and Sunday with Miss Nell ShackletMrs Ben Carri co and Mrs lke Uwings spent Saturday with Mrs Orly Richardson Miss Laura Lee Guedry went to Louisville Sunday for an Indefiuit visit to her sister Mrs Palmer W M Frymire will be very busy this weeK opening new spring goods Dont fail to call and see them Mrs Lizzie Mills and Mrs Tom Payne visited Mr and Mrs Basket of Long Branch Saturday night Mrs Dan Roberts anti daughter Mrs Bettie Richardson and Miss Jennie Hardin spent Friday with Mrs Jnko Shaciclet Miss Girdner Snacklet contemplate visit to her uncle Mr Sipes 1 it Indian Territory in the near fnrture and may enter college there D S Childs James G Cox aUll Park Wright leave Thursday for St Louis where they will join the Frisco excursion through Indiac Territory and Texas Mrs Barney Gilliland and Mrs Gertrude Allen of Frymire art spending sometime with Mr and Mrs W M Frymire Mrs Gilliland will also visit her sister Mrs Newt Mo Glothlan of Irvington Quite a number of friends visited Mrs Barney Gilliland and Miss Gertrude Allen at the home of Mr and Mrs W M Frymire last week Among them were Musses Olive Adklsdon Rebecca Williams and brother Vern Williams L L D Dr Stith Miss Willie Coleman and Miss Nellie Shacklet PATESVILLE IEd Gabbert has scarlet fever Miss Nina Lynch is very ill Homer Lamb who has bean very ill of scarlet fever is out again Mrs T H Harmon who has been ill for the past few weeks is out gain Mr and Mrs W H Lynch of near Haltingly spent several days last week with friends aud relatives hereProf M Coke of Roberts Station and S H Porter of Hawesville were in town Friday and Saturday on business Our school closed last Friday with Miss Agnes Gordon principal and Miss Anna Lamb assistant Both teachers were highly respected by the pupils who regret that they have not sacral months more school in this erm Misses Gordon and Lamb are both home teachers and nave been inite successful Miss Gordon has been teaching for eight years and- MIss Lamb lor five or six years Relief in One Minute One Minute Cough Cure gives relief In one minute because it kills the microbe which tickles the mucous membrane causing the cough and at the same time clears the phlegm draws out tho inflammation and heals and soothes the affected parts Oue Minute Cough Cure strengthens the lungs wards off pneumonia and is a armless and never failing cure in all curable cases of Coughs Colds and Croup One Minute Cough Cure Is leasant to take harmless and good alike for young and old Sold by All truggists WOLF CREEK Miss Mayme Trent is on the sick list Robert Ball was In Brandenburg MonlJay and Tuesday Uuy Trent and Jeff Blackburn were irking In Balls store last week Bert Edmounds of Milan spent atnrday night with Wm Etherton Alvin Proutman of Concordla was the guest of Miss Kate Etherton Sun dayMrs Trent is suffering with a broken arm caused by falling on the frozen ground Quite a crowd of the little folks enjoyed the birthday party given 1 by Bradley Chism Monday night Mr and Mrs John Taylor Mi and Mrs Henry Howard and Clarence Cnism were in Brandenburg last weekWin Etherton and G F Flanner returned from Brandenburg Wednesday where they had been serving as petit jurymen STEPHENSPORT James M Crawford returned trom Louisville Saturday Miss Bottle Allen was iin Lotiisvill last week shopping Mr and Mrs L B Helm have re turned from Lexingt on Mrs M Blaine is spending the winter in Memphis Tenn Miss Lena Payne has accepted a position as cashier in the Two State BankGeo W Lawson of Hawesville was the guest of J S Adair last weekMrs H B Robertson Is spendln the winter with her brother at Uas City Ind Mrs Jennie BrooKs after spending several weeks in Paducah has re turned home Miss Zelma Lay will take chars I of the spring school on the first Monday in March Ladies Baptist Missionary Societ will meet Wednesday after first Sun day in this month Teachers of the Baptist Sunday school will hold their meeting at R A Shellmans Friday night The many friends of Mrs R A Br shear of Gas City Ind regre to learn of her serious illness Misses Mabel Moorman and Fannie Kendall of Yelvington are visitm I Mrs M L Roberts In Roberts Bot tomAndrew Crawford and H S English Jr attended the meeting of the Sun da school mission board which JlIet in Irvington Friday Capt W H Sargent of Fordsville who was reported through the New a few weeks ago as being dangerous ly ill is slowly Improving Rev E 13 English has been ivitl his parents Mr and Mrs H S English for a few days and has re turned to the seminary at Louisville Mrs J M Buchanan her daughtui and soninlaw Mr and Mrs Rich arJsou of Unlontown attended the funeral of her mother Mrs Wm Petitt Sam H Dix is in Louisville at St Josephs Infirmary where he wet operated on last Thursday Thirty one gall stones were taken out He stood the operation well and is doing welt so far Mrs Betsey Roff was eightyfive years old Jan 27 A few friends remembered her on that day Mrs C C Lewis nee Ella Mosely of Temple Tex remembered her with a- very interesting letter as this is her marriage anniversary Mr and Mrs Lewis and family are enjoying good health and seem delighted with Texas and contemplate visiting Kan ncky during the Worlds Fair Beware of Ointments tor Catarrh that Contain Mercury- s mercy will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely de sage the whole system when entering It througn the mucous surface Such articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable ibysiolans as the damage they will lo is tenfold to thu good you can jossibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by J F Cheney Co Toledo O contains no mercury and is taken internally act InR directly upon theblood and muss surfaces of the system In buy- Ing Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you Bet the genuine Ic is taken internally rid made in Toledo Ohio by J F neney Co Testimonials free Sold by Druggists price 7Co per bottle Halls Family Pills are the best IRVINGTON Herbert Penick is on the sick list H H Kemper was In Louisville last week I George Hardin is very low of pneumoniaOrla of Louisville was in town Friday- W J Piggott made a trip to Owensboro Tuesday Dan Spradlin entered school at fowling Green Friday Judge Mercer of Hardinsbnrg was inI town one day last week R B McGlothlan was in Louisville one day last week on business Mrs R M Jolly was the guest of relatives in Louisville last week Read This S Louisville Ky June 1iTi 1001 Dr E W Hall St Louis MoDear SirII have suffered three years from kidney and bladder troubles and one half bottle of tho Texas Wonder Halls Discovery has cured me and I can cheerfully reoommed it Yours very respectfully- J N Roberts 1810 Maple st A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of the Texas Won der Halls Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes ravelII cures diabetes seminal emission weak and lame backs rheumatism and all i irregularities of tbo kidneys and blad der In both men ana women regulates i bladder troubles in cnildreu If not sold by your druggist it will be sent byI mail on receipt of 1 One small bottle is two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure Dr E W Hail sole manufacturer P 0 Box 020 St Luis Mo Send for testi monials Sold by all druggists Office I 2031 Olive street Thurman Drane of Webster was in town Saturday night on business- H S English Jr of Stephensport attended the fifth Sunday meeting Miss Ada Belle Henderson returned tome from Hardinsbnrg Wednesday Miss Dolly Claycomb was in Louisville the guest of relatives a few daysHenry Moston of Owensboro was the guest of Miss Eva Herndon Sun dayMiss Minnie McGhee of Brandenburg is the guest of Miss Nannie McGheeMiss Mattie Lee Moorman of Brandenburg Is visiting her sister Mrs L B Moorman Mrs Kate Burnett of Basin Spring spent last week with her daughter Mrs L B Moorman Miss Cora Lee and Roy Anderson of Guston were the guests of their grandparents Mr and Mrs J L Henry Wednesday Miss Alberta Druryof Bewleyville and Miss Blanche Claycomb of Basin Sptngs were the guests of Miss Annie Lee Bandy last weorf Quito a number of delegates and preachers were here Friday and Saturday attending the Fiftn Sunday Meeting of the Breckenndge Associa tion of Baptists Mrs Letitla McGlothlan rind daughter Miss Lillie left last week fo r Henderson where they will bo the guests of Mrs McGlothlans daughter Mrs Herndon for a few weeks I Laxative Bromo Ou1211ue Cures a Cold in One Day crfPhs3 Days on every- box 25c Pays S600 for a Jack Bewleyville Ky Feb 2Spe 1ialCbas H Drury bought a fine Washington county jack last week Price paid 000 HARDINSBURQ Judge Mercer was at Owensboro FridayR Peniok of Custer was in town Friday Horace Scott is visiting Mr and Mrs Charles Scott Gen A J Gross of Holt was in town last MondayII A B Skllltnan of Gloverport wastt in the city laturdlYIHenry Yeager of Cloverport was in the city Thursday Ernest Robertson of Olendeane was in town last FridayIMiss Allleno Murray is visiting relatives at Oloverport 2 John Butler of Moos was in town on a business trip last Friday Dr Wni L Milner of Union Star was In twn Friday last Robert J Ball spent Sunday at Union Star the guest of friends Homer Anderson who has neon sick for sometime is able to be nut again Tho Nov W H Calvert is con ducting a protracted meeting at Mo DanielsThA W F Hogard preached at the M E church South Sunday morning Miss Lytie Ford has returned from a visit to Mips Mary Richardson at Union Star Mrs Milton Board and cnildren left Monday for Hopkinsville where they will reside Messrs Taylor Dowell and Tom Lyddan of Irvington were here on a business trip Monday Tnos J Moore of MoDaniels has moved here and has taken rooms at the Uommoiolnl hotel Mrs Margaret May has returned home from a visit to her daughter Mrs Stum at Murray- C M Bruner of Mock was the guet of Mr and Mrs Joel H Pile several days of last weeK James Allen who has been serious ly ill with pneumonia is somewhat improved at this writing 0 V Robertson spent Sunday witn his parents Mr and Mrs R G Robertson at Glendeane Mrs Nora Boardof Cloverport was appointed guardian for her children last week by an order in the county courtA J Elder of Owensboro special Read the Best now Rio Java 35c per Z2C Amonia 7c 2 Daniel Boone ound agent for the Home Insurance Co was in town Friday to adjust loss for Herbert M Beard Mrs Chas G Reid who has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs G W Beard returned to her home in Louisville Thursday The Dunbar Handbell Ringers will be at the City Hall Friday and Sat urday evenings Feb and It is musical attraction of great ex cellence and decidedly the best that has yet appeared here Our skill and facilities tor spectacle workfitting eyes correctly and curing bad sightare the very best and are greatly appreciated by all we have treated Have your eyes tested Lewis Ball opticians- If your watch Iis giving you troub le bring it to as Lewis Ball No watch ever made that we cant put into firstclass shape Our twenty years at the bench and right here at home everyyear of the twenty is the best recommendation as well as grand indorsement We are proud of it and it has been our success Lewis Ball Cures Kidney and Bladder Troubles Deep- S ated Cases Aching Back Mucous Discharger Etc For old obstinate deepseated Kid ney Bladder and Urinary diseases take bottle of Botanic Kidney Sped fic 1f you have agonizing pains in back swollen legs or abdomen dis 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 disagreeable odo of the urine scanty and hign colored kidneys and bladder are diseased Take Botanio Kidney Specf fic Soon all the syptoms dtsapoear discharges cease aches in the back dis appear The burning sensation stops and perfect cure is guaranteed Botanio Kidney Specific gives strength power and health to the kid neys Acts directly on the uric acid and dissolves and destroys it Plea nt to the taste Especially advised for chronic cases that rests hll other treatment 1 per largo bottle at my store or by express Call or write A R Fisher Cloverort Ky Epidemic at Patesville- Patesville Ky Feb Special There have beenno fatal results of tho scarlet fever epidemic here so far Tho disease is apparently in mild form r = = rt fW i iA Fortune for your Thought I m ii iiIf it is the only nearest correct estimate of the paid 1Iadmissions to tho Worlds Fair during May 5000 m is the sum paida small fortune on page 3 how I to obtain this It is easy m r r Still Anot- herREDUCTION For the next Ten Days we will make a further reduction on all Dry Goods Shoes and Notions of 25 per cent Positively these goods we offer are bargains in every sense of word No wonder the people come to us when we cut prices almost onehalf and Coffee pound 5CperHirshes per bottle 5CforPackages Washing Gas5c0 r 0r Soap5CIf Prunes5C a 5 0 a a a your u 2 a 1 5Cfor1 P 5CforA lUC20c98cnow2 forZ5CIOCparA iOOa1 Sewing MachinesThe Daviess The best lowpriced Sewing flachine in the world Drop head stylefour drawers all attachments and guaranteed in every particular Our price 15 We are sole agents for this Machine and invite careful inspection I cabbage 8 SonI Cloverport Ky L I I m- lit t ta 7 t t 1 2 t II edrt gfih bowels weak kidneys and blade f 1iifiiVPilis have a specific effect on these organs stimulating the bowels causing them to perform their natural functions as it In youth and- IMPARTINGz VIGOR to the kidneys bladder and LIVER They arc adapted to old and young I The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY B 1001 Valentines W B Oelze j Seo my display of valentines W B OelzeNewt Berry was in Henderson r Friday New music in abundanceW B OelzeNew line of nice stationery atW- B Oelzes rM tIhave a tine lot of box paper that I am making a ruu on at 25o per box W B Oleze Judson Coombes family moved to Uwensboio last week Nicest line of valentin in the city zatW B Oelzes New bedding was placed in the cells of the town jail last week Come and examine my line of stationery W B Oelze f t A R Fisher has been confined to his home this week with sickness Joan Graham of Louisville was the guest of his pArents last week Ed Bacon came down from Louisville Friday to visit Jas B Fisher Mrs Emory Zircle of Louisville was the guest of friends here the past week Miss May Cox of Muncie mad was the guest of relatives here lust wok Misses Mannio White and Jennie Mabel Harris were in Louisville Saturday Father Edwin Drury of Knotts ville was the guest of Father Brey Friday Mesdamea Wm Mullen and Joe Friel visited relatives in Huwesville last weeK Miss Lelia McGary of Hardinsbnrg is the guest of Miss Eliza Squires this week Mr and Mrs Taylor Beard of Har friendsMD H Babbage resigned his position with the rows as foreman and went to Louisville Saturday Dr Vm Howard of Mattingly re turned Thursday from a visit to his brother Dr S B Howard at Sal em Ind- Olaude Sterrett of Charleston Mo who has been visiting relatives here returned Thursday from a visit in HancocK co- untySick BloodFeed pale girls on Scotts EmulsionWe not need to give all the reasons why Scotts Emulsion restores the strength and flesh and color of good health to those who suffer from sick blood The fact that it is the best J ipreparation of Cod Liver Oil rich in nutrition full of healthy stimulation is a suggestion as to why it does what it does Scotts Emulsion presents Cod Liver Oilat its best fullest in strength least in tasteYoung women in their II teens are permanently cured of the peculiar disease of the bloodwhich shows itself in paleness weakness and nervous ness by regular treatmentI with Scotts Emulsion- It is a true blood foodand L is naturally adapted to the cure t of the blood sickness from which so many young women suffer H We will be gladjo itnd I Sample to any sufferer Be lure that this picture la the form ol a label li on the of every bottle of Emuldoa you buy SCOTT di BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St New York MORE ITEMS FROM Z Ilardinsburg Ky Feb10nMonday we stopped with Mr A A Richardson Garfiolds progres sive merchant He is now buying and handling tobacco in partner TriplettTheyr market for burley at a fair price but tho dark tobacco market iis dull and prices low hUIljbelstorcIhousocountyMr sold to Chits Dowell fortyeight acres of land near Garfield consideration 5 per acre The land in this section cut not long bo bought at this low price tome places in this county the same grade of land would1 bring 20 per acre now At Ammons was found ourt friend J NV French known t most people as Bob snugly in stulletl in his new storehouse and dwelling He claims that he i doing a good business in the WilY of general merchandise and he expects to trade some in stock the coming season as ho has rented a farm that has an abundance o pasture land At Balltown was found Mr 11 A Walker selling goods to tho people and taking care of Uncl Sams mail Ho seems to be doin a good business Tanners in this section have yetManyprize and ship to the Louisville market Mr H C Mattingly hasI a fine crop of tho weed and lie says that no buyer has been to look at it yet What will be done with- all the tobacco still in tho hands of the farmers is a problem yet to bes solved Yet in the faro of all this plantbed burning and preparations for another crop continue brisk as over Mr Bonnie Mattingly bought of Mr Hamilton a tract of land near Balltown containing 15 acres Consideration 100 Also Williej Paul bought seven acres oil of the same tract At Stophonsport vo had the pleasure of stopping with R A Smith and his partner in tho stock business Mr E G Burt They entertainedus until a late hour withan account of their recen trip to the Crow Indian Reservation and their travel over the trail1 followed by Gen Custor and the old Seventh U S Cavalry whirl was massncreed there June 25 1876 They say the battlefield i 5 dotted over with little white stones one of which marks the spot whore each member of the doomed band fell On the crest of tho hill stands a marble shaft some twenty feet high which marks the place where Gen Custer fell Around this tiind tho marks for his brother and staff officers where they lay when found On the side of tillS monument is cut the name of etc man who fell in this last und most complete Indian massacre Among the names thus carved is one from Breckenridgo comity Dick Rol lins whoso old mother and many of his relatives still reside among us Mr Smith saw and talked with Curloy tho Crow scout who was the only survivor of Custers troop Curley said that ho advised Gen Custor never to attack the camp of the Indians andover fell upon his knees before the Longhaired Chief as Custer was called and begged him not to- go Twenty Injuns he says r to one palo face over there But the general was obstinate tho charge was made and tho sad re sult every school boy and girl iin America knows Curloy is now fortysix years old being at the time of the battle only eighteen Ho made his escape in tho thick of the battle by snatching tho blanket off a dead Sioux Indian who had been killed by a soldier and thus Clothed in the savages attire ho was enabled to out of the on emys camp to the forces of Gen Reno who was near by Mr Smith secured an eagle feather from the head dress of Curloy an has presented it to Irondequoit Tribe I 0 R1 Ho also pro sented the above named tribe wit genuine ir of Indian moccasins prizedbyThoy met also White Swan another Crow chief who was with Gen Ronoat the time of the battle of the Little Big Horn andwho was severely wounded which made him a cripple ever after These Indians now lead a life of easeand seem satisfied with their condition as pensioners off Uncle Sum Mrs John Graham returnedi Thursday to Lowlsport after attend ing the bedside of Mrs Price Urn ham for several days ULNewsoms COLUMNh N w my friends I advise you not to read the following list if you expect to hold all to your money as the tempta tion will be very great to invest it lit some of the bargains uttered What is the use of always renting property when you lan 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 roooNoNo 4 Lot and house Oglushy Avuiiuo 1000 No 5 Lot and house Kustlund 800 Notn Lot and house Oil street WO No i Lot std house Fourth street SIlO No c Lot and house Huston street 500 X00NoNo 11 Lot First street 500 400VNu U Four pasture lots 300 No 15 Iol ute liouso 300 No 10 Lot and house ItlviT street 300 No 17 Ijtiind house Hlver street 300 No 18 Inland house Wall street rO- No IIJ Lot and house Ouk street 275 No0 lot and house Kastland 250 NoJI Lot nnd house Kitstland 250 No 22 Lot a nd house Cutter street 300 2sOJNol Lot Wall street pro No 2i Lot and houso Walnut street 00 No2 Lot mad house SIHardln 200 No 27 Lot and IIOUKU Center street 175- S No 2s Lot and house Center street 17r No 2 lot and house Chestnut streot 12i No 30 Lot Fifth street jNo 31 Lot Ed 1aio Fifth street tO- No 32 Lot Ed Pate corner Chestnut 7i No 33 Lot on Short Line It K 100 No 3t Lot near Sam neon 75 No 36 Lot near Mary Dean 75 150INo 38 Lot I aero and Section House 175 No 30 Lot Oak street near Sunders I O- No 40 Lot und house Third street 250 No 41 Farm Wl acres and house O- No 42 Farm 100 acres and houso GOO No 43 Farm 52 acres on 1lko 300 No 44 Farm 32 acres and house on pike 200 75e400gNo 4iI Three bulldliifr lots Elm street 300 No50Onuncrn undstone quarry onplku 2v No 51l One Iud onehalt acres of ground at Iobtns Ind enclosed by goal Vlro thence and well set In bleu gauss nos 2story resliionco of i IorllilsAlsobarn and outbuildings and cistern and well of neverfalling water 1rc 1SOO ORDER BY NUMBER StenofEclipse Frick Engine which 1 will dispose ofon reasonable terms Good elevator attached and all suitable appliances for making good roads Can crush stone as fast as two men can feed it and can be set to crush it into dust Engine power sufficient to run a sawmill Come to 11 L Newsom if you want Deeds Mortgages Agree ments and other writings done up literaryformpapers fore any legal tribunal He also acts as Notary Public for Brcckenridgo county andtcertifying of Pension Certificates To Advertise Franchise 1At the regular meeting of the city council Monday night the city clerk 5was ordered to advertise n franchise for electric lights for the city Thursday night a culled meeting was held to consider a proposition from a company in Mississippi to light the town Leave on Western Tour Mr and Mrs Frank Fraize left Monday for a tour through the Southern and Pacific coat states Tney will be gone two months and Calihforma Mr Fraize has been a prom- Inent and successful merchant of this city for thirty years and this is the first vacation he has taken during that time Judson Coombes who recently went to Owensboro to reside sold his bar ber shop in tthe Lightfoot building last wees to Chas Hummnn HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Round trip homeseekers excursions to West and Southwest first and third Tuesdays each mouth at greatly reduced rates One way second class colonist tickets to South and Southeast first and third fuesdnys each mouth at reduced rates One way second class colonist tickets to West and Southwest first and third Tuesdays each mouth at reduced rates SourSto11lach No appetite loss of strength nervousness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour risings and catarrh ol the stomach are all duo Indigestion Kodol reprodexist In a healthy stomach combined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive nothfamous remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomach Mr S S Ball ol FUrentvood W Vs ursN I wu troubled with lOUr stomach for twenty revs atferKodol Digests What You Eat iamb trW1IzePrepared by Eo O DeWITT A 00 OHIOAOO Sold by all Druggists Mr and Mrs W H Bowmer re turnea last week from a visit of several weeks to their daughters Mrs Chas K Minary at Springfield HI and Mrs W T Sherman of Toledo Ohio L 2 = 2212LT flWrits I 7 +Advertisements Inserted under this head at out com a word per week WANTED VTANTinA firstclass Jersey cow thor 1 1 JTl l i l l WANTIIOI WANTED Throe men to soil fruit trees on weeklylIlIon SALE pOIt PAIElurm of 48 acres Just outside1 city limits of Clovorport Imnrovuments onoSn om cottiicei Apply to J III Uowlund neetit at post ofllee 0 WANTKK trcoshll1 trlCK1IlflJretttlitClolrportYllIrtrcusUloverport ICy nowTO II EEl YOLYII TKOlSKHS NEAT SEN IO mo iV In coin or stumps and I will you haw to loop your punts pressed without trouble or lOSt to you I fully ex plain how It Is donuIt costs you MoUiInc to dolt Send today so you will always have your trousers looldiiK neat Address 11 Io now 3II Cloverport I WANTED RANTED Trustworthy Lady or Gentles man to miituw business In this county and adjoining territory for house of solid financial standing 2000 sal airy and expenses paid each Monday direct from bead nrttrs Expense money ad vanced position permanent Address Manager UOi Motion IHdjr Chicago n I JACK FOR SALE FOR SALEI haven good hreedlnlt Jack for at a reasonable price My reason for offering Camiry IIIrd for sale Is that 1 have two Jacks and wish to keep only one This ad will appear but twice and If I do not sell him will farm to responsible party Come youChasFOR SALE 3o head Shorthorn and Polled Durham cows and heifers ro reduce my herd will sell any of above cattle very low They are all first class animals 1 also have for halo 4 deep red young Polled Durham bulls 15 months oldwclght10001bspriee 5o L Green Palls of Hough Ky SIDNEY TO LOX LnEln urll1l o lolleies bought for cash or on at low rates Cull on or write toJNO 1 HASWELL Jtt Attorney at aw Hardlnsburg Ky u FOft SALE PRINTINUlrlsses and Cutting machines Laundry machines Also new and secondhand Gus and Gasoline Engines MARTIN GAULE S1U 3rd Street Louisville Ky- Berkshire and B P Rocks FOR SALE HarrtllIIYlIouth EggsluI JOHN P FOSTKK No IIt Ohio CoKv u u Farming in the South Tho 1iissriif r Department of the Illinois Contra Kuilroacl Company Is Issuing monthly circulars ionciTiilns fruit growing vegetable gardening stock raising dairying etc In the States of Kentucky West Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana Every Farmer or llomeseeker who will forward his niitno and address to tho undersigned willl ho mailed free Circulars Nos 1 to 10 Inclusive and others as they ore published from month to month L It rx ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND CloorJlorl50iI es at Louisville 715 A M No 42 Dally Mall and Express loaves Clo rornort 041 A M stops at all way stations arrives Louisville 12151 M No 44 Daily Mall and Express loaves Clo vorlort 44351 stops at nil way stations ex Copt Pierce Arrives Loulsvlllo 710 P M WEST BOUND Expressleavesvlllo 1250 PM arrives St Louis 718 111 stops only ut Ilawesvllle Lowlsport rowers SpottsylllcBasketsNo 43 Evansvlllo Moll und Express leaves Cloverport 735 PM Stops at allI way sta tions Arrives at Evansvlllo 1030 P M No 45 dally St Louis fast train leaves Clo I erport1046t Il arrives Evansvlllo 120 A M 0 A S1 stops at lIawcsvll1o Owensboro and Henderson only Dullyleuvesstations Arrives at Evnnsrllle 000 a m Returning leaves Evansvlllo at 530 p m arrives at lioverpurt 830 p m Trains Nos 4142 43 and 44 make connec tion at Irvington for Fordsvlllo every day ox cept Sunday Trains 41f 43 und 44 make con auction on Sunday for Fordsvlllo train Thruogh couches on trains 41 4445 and 46 Parlor cars on trains 41 42 43 and 44 Through sleepers on trains 45 and 40 Freo reclining chair curs between Loulsvlllo and Lt Louis on trains 45 und 46 ueeeues-e Beef Steak andGravy GravyMakes strong and helps to keep you warm Dont let the fads run over you by putting some measloy breakfast food before you instead of a good beef steak plenty of gravy andIII makes bone meat you so strong that work is play Start the day right with one of my good beef steaks for breakfast and itll end right Fred May The Butcher Man Cloverport Ky Wedding at Ekron Ekron Ky Feb 2Special Miss Ella Mills and Mr Chas Belt were married last Wednesday evening at the home of the brides father Mr Wm Mills p4 4444IYI N II OI ValentinesIIThebest of all good things prettyii I novel attractive and uptodate i i IIThe choicest pickings from the products of iZ e all the leading makes including theZ i I IBooklets Dropsrlerry Mischief Novelties Ie and many clever hits brought out new 1 for this season to i i0i ii The Comics are all You could ask i 0 IITHE BEST LINE WE EVER HADii i iii i JCNOLTEBROIiillASONIC TEIUPLEii i CLOVERPORT KY 11111101110101111111000111011110111111 + e0 +4 m C dfckMilling CO GRANDVIEW IND AA AA AAAA AAA A A AAAA AA AA AAA A p 5 Your Appetite E 3j Satisfied fort 3 25 Yes sir well satisfy your appetite for 25c with the best tasting best cooked grub youll find any old place 4Good juicy beef steak with gravy good bread coffee deserts and anything you = want for 25c = When you come to town 3 come to us well give you aCfjj I good dinner and let you by our tire in a comfortable chair We are glad to have it you come Well be ready EhospitalityE catEE Home Restaurant I Cloverport K- yyrvvlvnvlnvvlnvlvvvlvv i TIS The COMFORT LINE Free Reclining Chair Cars- On The Popular- HENDERSON ROUTE Between Louisville EvansYllle St Louis The West and Southwest As we are the originators of free reclining chair car ser vice between Louisville and St Louis dont you think it would pay you in traveling to Get the Henderson Route habit Y It will us =Ask us About It=L J IRWIN 6EO L GARRETT Glln1 Pass Agt Tray Pass Agt LOUISVILLE KY Plan of Buying I Longberry Red Wheat from the farmer direct selecting the best and refus lug the rest makes Cadicks Gold Dust Flour a IIi hGrade Patent Flour in every sense of the word Your Bread Rolls and Cake will taste better made from CADICKS GOLD DIST FLOUR than from any other brand Get it from your grocer WHY Dont You Cut Out ThatCouponPage Its Worth 5000When Filled in- Correctly psKEEP POSTED AB- OUTUSStee1 = K Corporation v WiiThe White R Koranic Atlas Nap and Y Volume of Statistics should bo In the hands of every stockholder Nowhere olsu Is the sumo amount or Informutlon accessible to tho public This volume 1 shows l yullvocolorrflup the locution J iIm andfaI I moor1lcomplete legal digest of mortgages 1 1 etc corrected to October 1903 rPrice SS net to accompany each orderfW roil SAIB ONLY DV i now JONES f co i J 44 Broad St Now York HI fITho oldest News Agency of Wall street W r and Publishers of the Wall yi- f Street Journal fl M Investors Read The W WALL STREET JOURNAL 1J r r rjr3rjsryr r m GEO H CASPERKE Jewelry and- Insurance Best policies for least money in Life tIre Tornado and Accident Insurance Brandenburg Ky Misses Carrie TncKer and Lnla Cummings returned Sunday night from a pleasant visit with Miss Judith M Walls of Sample j 11u w i rr- ryeT The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 8 1001 FASHIONS BY MARIAN MARNE Silks still to the forePeau de Crepe and Silk Krash In the lead Brown prom- Ises to be a popular color WHITE GBTUPS CONTINUE IN VOGUE The fashion wears out more apparel than the innn or the woman either but fortunately for her whose gowns have been conservatively chos en and all outre efleots avoided no startlingly novel changes are im perative in her Wardrobe Skirts with the incoming of thin ner stuffs will naturally be more shirred and flounced and materials soft enough to adapt themselves to such handing will be in the lead Overlapping trounce effects are having great vogue and innltitlouncinKS of silk on the drop skirts are employed to give that qninteacence of elegance and bouffantry now so modish Brown will unquestionably prove one of the most prominent colors and white will lose nothing of its vogue and is a leader tor both elaborate and simple dresses A good friend to women of all ages and complexions and everywhere seen in entire cos tumes touches of color are often used to advantage And while our present drooping styles continue and they seem to have taKen a new lease of life there is no known material that can possibly supersede silk Everyday brings fourth from our silk looms creations more beautiful than the last in such attractive profusion and so as one with the mode that no one can make a uiistaKo in choosing silk for gowns intended for any occasion however mach the models may differ The graceful waite gown I have til net rated shows one of the tacit picturesque and charming poselbilitieBfoi milady for the cowing sexton Ou po ed cf oyster white Ptiin tie Crepe the soft Intre of which tonne Hn exquisite background for blaok velvet threaded while lace insertion with a white Breton sailor hat richly trimmed with velvet bands and one sweeping black ostrich plume it forts a toilet that would lend distinc tion to the moat distingue mold or young matron The other gown la made of that most stylish and durable fabric Silk Kraal in rich golden brown with perfectly matched si IK lace insertions running lengthwise between the plaits ot the blouse and heading the flotmoee on the skirt This frock follows the modish tnnoy for the shirt waist snit which is establishing It self with uinuh the seine firm hold as has the shirtwaist Blouses droop n trifle 1less in front and belts are not worn quite so low although the moderately stralgnt front models in corsets such as the CB a la Splrite show no signs of diminishing in general favor Marina Marno liynlrnlly Not Plnnnclnlly ShII thought you said your father vas a big contractor IIpSo he lI lie weighs 323 pounds Chelsea Gazette ML Stuffed Up Thats tho condition of many sufferers from catarrh especially in time morning Great difficulty is experienced in clear ing the head and throat No wonder catarrh causes headache impairs tho taste smell and hearing pollutes the breath deranges tho stom ach and affects the appetite To cure catarrh treatment must bo constitutionalalterative and tonic I was afflicted with catarrh I took medicines of different kInds giving each a air trial but gradually grew worse until I could hardly hear taste or smell I then concluded to try Hoods Sarsaparilla and after taking live bottles I was cured and have not hail any return of the disease since EUGENE KonnES Lebanon Kan Hoods Sarsaparilla Cures catarrh it soothes and strength ens the mucous membrane and builds up the whole system ANNUAL STATE Y M C A MEET We have received the announcement of tho forthcoming TweutySIxt Annual State Convention of the Young Mens Christian association of Kentucky to be held at Bowling Green Feb 18 19 20 and 21 The State Executive Committee hRS arranged a strong and attractive program Among those who will presen vital topics are Judge Selden F Spencer St Louis Messrs Edwar W Frost Milwaukee F S Good than H O Williams Robert Weld ensall W D Weatherford Now York City S D Gordon Cleveland Ohio Geo S Bndd State Sacretn ry Ohio W E Day Dayton Ohio S W McGill State Secretary Ten nessee Prof J C Acheson Danville President B A Jenkins Kentucky University Lexington and other prominent in religious educations and commercial circles in the State The singing will be an inspiriu feature ot the Convention an i will bled by the Covington Association Gle Club of sixteen voices The Convention will carefully ron si der under skilled leadership the all round work of the Association relig ions social educational and physical Boys work will have a prominent plan on the program There will also be special consideration of the 25000 young men in the State in swat towns and country districts and the promotion of the Association worn among them Conferences of delegate from the city student railroad ana county work departments will be neld A new and interesting feature of the Convention will be an exhibit which the State Committee has arranged showing the work that has been dun in the Kentucky Associations during the past year On the day followinf the Convention Washingtons birth duy there will be a big excursion or delegates cud friends to Mauimoti Cave Last year art delegates attended tin State Convention at Lexington which COIlenIthe O i Associations of tho State an expected this year at Bowling Green In addition men members of evangelical churches in communities when there are no Associations and inter estetl in Christian work among young men are invited to attend and par ticipate in tbe Convention aa corre ponding members A limited deli gatlon from such oonunnnitiea will be eutertaind by the citizens of Bow ling Green providing application for credential giving name and addresc of pastor or clerk of ch nrch is sent to the State Secretary by Feb 10 The various railroads in the State have granted n rate of one fare forth round trip to delegates and visit ore attending the Convention Programs of the Convention information about credentials etc may bo had at local Aserxiiations or by addressing Henry E Roaevcar State Secretary Fourth Broadway Louisville When you feel blue and that every thing goes wrong Uiko a dow of Chamberlains Stoinnoh and Liver Tablets They will oleaiue and invigorate your stumaoh regulate your bowels giveI you n relish for your food mad make you feel that in this old world is a good plan to live For male byShortU Haynes PITH AND POINT In order to be popular forget to say at good deal- Wisdom lIf always conceded to a rich man until he loses his riches Do not emphasize your own virtues by enlarging on the fallings of others A safe way to judge a tuna Is to ascertain just what friends ho doesnt make A genius is a than who refuses to be Hero In the impossibilities of other people The claims to wisdom of owls and a multitude of men rest upon their looks sad nothing more To get rid of a bore ask him to re peat his longest and favorite story twice Even ho cannot stand that Only n smaut man can conceal from a woman the fact that bo Isnt as mwrt as ho would wish her to think be is- One of the curious things about a Ulan who wants to borrow money from you today Is his eager determination to repay It tomorrow There arc three stages In the exlst once of the average tuna when he Is of particular Interest to his community rlz at his birth marriage and funeral Success Not Iltr Fault A doctor was summoned to attendI the millers little boy IIe wrote out a prescription which was promptly made up and administered In due form Th next day he called again to sea his patient and found the whole family ini tears Alas said the mother I shouldnt have thought that my poor child would bare died of the measles What exclaimed the doctor Ue md the measles and you never tol- dmoPnrls Journal F FARMER KILLS illS SKIER Afterward Beheads the Body With an Axe Says the Lord Com manded Him to Do It Prom the New York Sun Dunkirk N Y Jan 24Frank Nichols who lives in Van Buren six miles west of here was roused early this morning by a mocking at his doer He found Isaac Hall n neighbor standing in the snow clad out in a shirt and troupers II Ive killed my sister said Hal You had blOtter come over to tbe houseNichols followed the barefoot mRn through the snow to the Hall lions on the Marino farm He took one look into the woxlshed and fled to the telegraph station where be pummor ed Chief of Police West and Corone Blood from Dunkirk They reache the Hall house at 8 oclock and found Hall asleep He did not resist arrest and was handcuffed The ofllcei found the body of Miss Hannah Sail in tho woodshed covered with carpets and bedqnilts On top of tbe pile were a revolver a pocket knife a butcher knife and an axe all bloo stainedHall told the officers that he killed his sister at 1 oclock having been commanded by the Lord to kill her He nailed her from the room and as she entered the slttingroom ho tired at her but missed Then he cut her throat with the pocnet knife but wade only n slignt wound The pair taught all over the sittin room and Hull dragged his sister into the dining room and out bel throat with tho butcher knife She probably died there for the floor wa covered with blood The murdere then hauled the body to the woodshed placed the head on the chopping blocs and beat it with an axe At the end of his frenzy he beheaded the body and piled tho carpets and oedclothini upon it- The body was sent to tho Dunkirl morgue where nn autopsy was per formed this afternoon Hull is in the Fredonia jail Ho is 315 years ohI and his slider 80 They had lived on the Morian farm for five years Hal was n hardworking farmer and hand his sister were well liked by their neighbors Both came from England Hall hud never shown signs of insanity Have You Indigestion If yen have indigestion Kodol Py spepsnt Cure will cure you It hRS cured thousands It is curing peopl every day every hour You owe iit to yourself to give it a trial You will continue to suffer until you do- try it There is no other combination f digeetauts that digest and rebuild at the same time Kodol dolts lioth Kodol cures strengthens and rebuilds Sold by All Drggitss The Heart of Hyacinth Mrs H G Wills was the hostess ol the Ladies Rearing Club last Thursday afternoon and Mrs R E Moor man will entuttain the club next Thursday The club is now reading The Heart of Hyacinth To Cure A Cold In One Day Take lAxative BromoQuinine Tablets All drulets oretund the money If It tufts to curt Vv Grves signature is on Hitch lox 2Ac Letter to Bedford From Here According to tin Courier Journal out of the letters sent to Bedford and after the murder of Miss Shaef ir was from Cloverport and expressed iOpo that the guilty party be captur xl hung and disposed of It is not known what persons interest in the natter caused them to write the letter Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind discourages and lessens ambition beauty vigor and and cheerfulness soon disappear when kid neys are of or trouble has become so prevalent that It Is a child to be born with weak kid neys If child urinates often If urine scalds the flesh or if child reaches an age when It should be able to control passage It Is yet afflicted with bedwetting depend upon it cause of difficulty Is trouble and first step should be towards the treatment of these Important organs This unpleasant trouble is due to a condition of kidneys and bladder and to a habit as most people suppose Women as well as men are made miserable with and bladder trouble remedyTheSwampRoot Is soon realized 1Ls sold by druggists In fifty cent one dollar aesample bottle by mall the out order diseasedKidney not uncommon for afflicted the too the when the the the the kidney the diseased the not kidney I free also pamphlet tell Home of sta Roo- tling all about It Including many of tit thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kllme St Co Binghamton N Y be sure and nentlon this paper Dontmake an mistake but remember thl SwampItooton every bottle Do You cif c r t c 5ni + I 1 p r 1 1 t- k t tli yfeel run downtiredworn Not really sick fnott really well Dont feel that you need a doctorbut do feel that you need something z Dont know just whatso continue to dragalong C t What you need at such times is 1 I 5i Z WALTHERS PEPTONIZED PORT Ik a tonic food that strengthens and invigorates thes 11 jl whole system aids digestion and builds one right it up Nothing in it but Pure Pepsin and Good Port Wineno drugs or chemicals af 3Jjjjj Two sizes 50 cts and 100 THE WALTHER PEPTONIZED PORT CO PittsburQb Pa1II 1 FORrt SALE B1 A R FISHER Cloverport Ky iqt ssgI jjWiltU i iJif 1 Barges in Grasp of Ice Last week the Ohio was fall of floating ice and no mail could be brought over or taken to Tobinsport Hugo ice Hoes caught coal barges at Louis vale and other points swept them from their moorings and on down the river Besides the coal barges shanty boats and other wooden constructions surrounded by tho Ice passed this point Some attempts were made to land some of the barges but it was impossible to venture far out Into tho river even in a skiff oAS T 0RLEA Bears thoThe Kind You Haw Ahwas neap Signatnrei1 Coldest of the Winter Last Wednesday was the coldest day of the winter the thermometer going down to two oolow zero Thursday and Friday there was n rise In the temperature but the cold was moro penetrating Owing to tho excessive cold during tilt middle of the week Pattons pond WB in tine condition for skating and there were a number of skating parties n eaeeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAASAAee1Hve a yOU e Subscribed I or Renewed Tobacco Men Hold Meeting Guthrie Ky Jan 28A mass meeting of 300 tobacco growers of the dark sections ol Todd Logan and Christian counties and Tennessee counties was held here tday in tho interest of tho bill for the repealing of the six per cent tax on tobacco Goes to California Halo Doane of the Ohio Valley Tie Co formerly the Deane Tie Co left Kentucky last week for a pleasure trip through the West He will bo gone several weeks anti will make California the principal point of his trip Still Innocent Senator what was the nearest you over came to being bribed asked tho girl who always blurts everything right outIt was the time I voted for the postal box bill and received 7000 shares of stock in the concern that was to make the boxes whoa time bill gave It a mo nopoly of the business I should think that was a clear case against you No The measure didnt go through and the stock never amounted to any thing Chicago RecordHerald AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA t Ileaso send mo for one your tho IlrtckonrldKO News and Farm Life tJ for which I Inclose p Name Iostofilco t K V D Nor Statej I Cut oil this Cornir rod Mill Todi C 3 3YourSubscription to the EE- e P Breckervridge News If not better do so before the3 = offer to give f I FARM LIFEO- neyear free withevery yearly subscription is withdrawn Brcckenridgo News ono year 100 Farm Life ono year 60 150 Our price for both 100 Cut out and mail Coupon today New Subscriptions or Renewals rrnVYmnYVYYrrrnYVYY YynVmmrnwy- W 7 tI1 a H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDlNSBURd KY Will practice his profession IIn nil of tho- Courts of Rrockonrlupo awl adjoining coun tIes Special attention given to collecting road cases and criminal practice License to practice In United States Courts Office over Hank i f Hardlnsburi J L MOORMAN DENTISTel- Uco over Oclzcs Hardware Store Prompt attention to all kinds of Dents Work Special attention to FINE GOLD FILLINGS AND CROWN and BRIDGE WORK Prices Moderate Satisfaction Guaranteed Chintz Royalty Practical Surveyor also Notary Public I cnn St1 Vcyyour Lands write your Deeds and take tho acknowledgement at your homo This saves you troublo and cost Your Patronage Solicited Address me at Hardinsburg Ky IEXPERIENCEI 1 COPYRIGHTS TRADE DESIGNS MARKS c s 1 t t I Anyono sending a sketch and description may I qulcklr ascertain our opinion free whether an utnIcatonssent tree Oldests for ecurllllu atents rptelalScientific JUttericatu t A handsomolr Illustrated weekly Tjirgeit clr culatlon of any BClenttdo journal Terms 3 a J t oars four months L Sold by all newsdealer mUNN CO3GtDrOadway New York ti Ilranch ODlco 626 V BU Washington D C I Correct Dress for Men f If we mnko your unit this fall you can depend on CORRECTNESS OF STYLE EXCELLENCE OF TAILoR- ING I H RELIABILITY OFsFABRIC Je He Hunsche ri With Casper May do Co Cannelton Ind HLk k Ya The Breckenridge News c WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 8 nOM Womans Marked Progress During the Past Centuries r The average woman says The Youths Companion does not sound like a phrase of high compliment Yet the average woman is doubtless the most needed woman in modern civilization It In interesting and inspiring to see that she has made marked progress during the centuries She is much more capable and more lovable than three hundred years ago Her advance is somewhat dne to the work of those few leaders who make new paths and encourage more timid souls to follow them But for tl1e most part it can be traced to the steady slow improvement all along e the linean improvement traceable directly to the average woman herself She maKes better bread and better sonp than she uod to make she reads more books and better ones she has a firmer hand and a more understand ing heart with children she give more discriminatingly in charity her household small or large is better ordered her love has more purity and more fire her religion is more Christ like in its wisdom and its compassion Perhaps every average woman in the world longs to do more than the average Even that longing is her part in the general store of aspiration and works for good But it is a kind of graspingnees of which circumstan sea are pretty sure to cure her The Persians have a proverb God takes gooa care the trees do not grow into the sky Wordsworth translates that into English poetry and tells us that even a woman who is a phantom of delight must also be A creature not too bright or good For human natures daily food Challenge From Short 6 llaynes Short Eaynes are seeking the worst case of dyspepsia or constipa tion in town or vicinity to test Dr Howardss new spemfia for the cure ol those diseases So confident are they that this re markable medicine will effect a lasting cure in a short time that they offer to refund the money should it not be successful In order to secure the quickest POS ible introduction Short Haynes will sell a regular fifty cent package of this medicinn at half price 25 cents This specific of Dr Howards will cure sick headache dizzy fielingg L onstipatlon dyspepsia and all forms of malaria and liver trouble It does not simply give relief fora time it makes permanent and complete cures It will regulate the bowels tone up the whole intestinal tract give you an appetite maKe food taste good and digest well and increase vigor Joy and happiness will taKe the place of that dont care whether I live or die feeling Take advantage of Short Haynes challenge and secure a bottle of Dr Howards specific at half price with their personal guarantee to refund your money if it does not help you BrodskyHicks David Brodsky formerly a mer chant at Lewisport and wljo is Known all over Hancock county will be married tomorrow to Msa Grace Hicks a charming young lady of Lewisport Mr Brodsky is now a merchant at Franklin Ky where he located several months ago LIVERTROUBLES kl Hind ThedfordlI BlackDraught a good medicine for liter dlieaie pmtSIOhrlUi ine I tllMRB CABOLINB MARTIN P rk r8burf W Va regularly secure a package of Tnedforda BlackDraught and take a dose tonight This great family constipatedJboweU tin up the torpid liver i and causes a healthy secretion q ofbileThedfords Black Draught will cleanse the bowels of impurities sad strengthen the kidneys A torpid liver invites cold biliousness chilland fever and all manner of sick noagndcatgjim Weak kidneys result mBrighti disease which claiau at deny victims as connunptiim A centpnckaee of IWfordi Black keptin111M TMtoriM slack Dranaht for Hw said ktday com plalaU am4 lulmothlmr to excel f Tdaeblokest THEDFORDS DUCK DRAUGHT 1 1tL f The Secret of Long Life and How to Overcome Waste To Know thyself is to take advantage of lifes secrets and equip ones self with an armor which will succesofullv resist the attack of disease in the battle of life The old Ideaof fate or kismet and that a person al ways dies when his time comes is now exploded Every mechanism wheth er made by God or man has a definite amount of wear and its life cau be lengthened or shortened accord- Ing to the care that is given it If ac cident or careless ness destroys tae works of the watch or the human mechanism an end comes to ita usefulness but it has not actually worn out Mans system at times gets i rusty like the wheels of the watch and only needs a little cleaning and oiling to put it in shape for lifes battlesIAn imitation of stares method of rev storing waste f tissue and Impoverishment of the blood and nervous force is used take an alterative extractI of whenlou without the use of alco hol like Dr Pierces Golden Medical DisIvegetable Medicine coaxes the digestive functions and helps in theI assimilation of food or rather enables the organs to take from the food just the nutriment the blod requiresIwrites Tauguay6z 61 Peter Street OueIbee I had beer 111 for some time with La Grippe and did not regain my strength With in a week after usia r Dr Tierces Golden Med teal Discovery I was able t be around again and I found that my system was entirely free from any of the bad effects of La Grippe I now keep a bottle of the Oolden Medical Dis covery on hand and when I catch cold take a few doses which keeps me in perfect health AI a builder up of lost strength and vitality I do not believe your Discovery has an equal Accept no substitute forGolden MedicalI Discovery There is nothing just as good for diseases of the ItomachIDr Pierces Pleasant Pellets the best laxative for old people They cure com stlpatloa and iUoulnollI POLITICS KANSAS STYLE Backcye Bill Fisher Tells Qov Bailey How He Carried an Election From the Now York Sun Topeka Kiln Jan 24ln a polltiI cal contest in JAckson county yester day in which two Republican fac tions battled for supremacy the Ian sas way of winning victories was graphically illustrated by Bnckoye Bill Fisher who led the forces of the sucossfnl candidates Fisher weighs 400 pounds He came to Topeka to day to tell his friend Gov Bailey about the great victory This i what he said We converted more Democrats iin Holton yesterday than for the forty years previous He got almost all of them over They would walk up t I the polls like little men swear tha they would support the Republican ticket and would put in their little ballots We not only converted tha m to Republicanism but to the machine lenient of the Republican party It was a great day for Republicanism I was also busy hiring men to saw wood for me I reckon I hired a hun tired or more Paid them in advance Told them to come round Monday I have only got three cords of wood a home and it wont take long to saw it I heard of u family of threeI voters down in the country who in tended to vote for the other side I drove down to see them i had a mortgage oil their mule team i And so you are going to vote fo Walker are yowl said 1 Tney said they had promised to doI so Well you had better change your mind said I lint we have given our promslso said one Well now if you cant vote for my side you had better haul hay and not go near the polls If you do go to the polls and vote for Walker why just drive that mule team on which i bold mortgage to Holton the next day I will need it in my business Those taree voters hauled hay They did not care to lose that team I tell you we had to work all sorts of schemes to beat that man Walker but we bent him Attends Mr Finches Funeral- R N Hudson returned Wedneuday from Evergreen Ala where he wen t to attend thefuneral of his brother inlaw Mr Louis Finch who died Saturday January 23 of typhoid fever and WitS buried tho following day Mr Finch was a prominent merchant and cotton broker of his section of Alabama and had visited Mr and Mrs Hudson a number of times in past years Besides a wife one son and three daughters survive One of th duughers MIss Katie Finch is known here through a visit she made to this city several years ago Megiddo Band Goes East A dispatch from Padncah says tha the Megiddo gospel band who sold their boat recently have left Paducah for Rochester N Y to locate How long they will remain in Rochester i not Known Tney have no intention ot remaining long at one place but have not decided what kind of trans portation they will now use It Iis supposed however that they will use trains Real Estate Transfers- Mrs Jerry Murphey to E 8 Mo afee lot on Railroad sreet 40 ft front for 200 n C JUDICIAL SALEjj In the Circuit Court of the United States for the Western District of Kentucky Oweusbofo Division V Columbia Finance Trust Company Complainant- TS Central Clay Product Company Defendant By virtue of a decree of foreclosure and sale made and entered by the CirIcult Court of the United States for the Western District of Kentucky OwensI boro division held therein on the 6th day oi January 1001 in the above entitled cause I as Special Master appointed for such purpose by the said decree will sell at public auction to the highest bidder in bar and free of all right and equity of redemption in said defendant Central Clay Product ComI pony upon the laud and premises here inafter described on the 12th day ofI February Iq04 at 12 oclock midday Standard Time the following described propertyIAll and singular the lands real estate buildings machinery nnd other things comprising the defendants complete brick plant at Cloverport Breckeuridge particularly That certain tract or parcel of land situated near and adjoining the limits of the City of Cloverport Breckenridge i county State of Kentucky containing thirtyone and onehalf 31 acres bounded as follows Beginning at a stake on Murra s line time original corner thence w thI the original line south fourteen and one hell I4 6 degrees east 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 lotI and the lot laid off for Bacon and wife thence north fourteen and onehalf 14i degrees west one hundredand three 103jales to the origInal line between Fishers and Murrays tracts of land thence south sixtynine and one half 604 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 Com missioner to Elizabeth Wilkerson dated October 1 1863 and of record in the office of the County Clerk of Breck enridge County in Deed Book V page 602 and the same tract of land men tioned in the deed from the Patton Vit rified Brick Company and George C Patton Trustee to George C Patton individually 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 Connty Court of Breckenridge county Kentucky Also all lands real estate buildings allsbuildings structures erections fixtures improvements and additions and all rights franchises nghts of way easements privileges interests and immu nities belonging or appertaining to the itsoenginest wagons ments materials supplies patent rights and its other property ofevery kind and nAtureall of which was owned by the said defendant at the time of the execution of the mortgage by it to the complainant or thereafter owned or ac quired by it together with all and sing ular the tenements hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging and the rents issues and profits thereof and all the the estate right title interest property possession claim and demand equitytof the to same and every part and parcel thereof The foregoing property does not inc ude seventyeight cars together with the rails guard rails and extras for angle guardrails which were procured from CompanyThe arwhole and no bid for the same of a sum less than twentytwo thousand dollars will be received At the same time and place I will also sell at public auction to est bidder seventyeight cars together with the rails guard rails and extras f3r angle guard rails procured from 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 hand at the time of the acceptance of his bidand as part of said bid and as a pledge that he will make good his bid if accepted by the Court a sum equal to twentyfive per cent of the 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 seventyfhe per cent of his bid each purchaser shall execute A promissory note bearing interest from the day of sale with two good and solvent sureties thereon to be approved by me and as further security for the payment of the note a lien on the property sold will be expressly retained but each purchaser shall have the privilege before the maturity of said note of pay ing the same with interest thereon from the day of sale Each purchaser shall also have the option of making the deposit of twenty five per cent and tho deferred payment of seventyfive per cent bv surrendering acceptedtfirst mortgage executed by the defend toebe received at such value as the holder may be entitled to receive thereon in case the entire purchase price were paid in cash except that such bonds and coupons shall not be accepted in payment of the costs of the action the cost thetsel the allowances to the receiver and his counsel aud the allowance to the Special Master all of which shall be paid in cash when and as the Courts 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 anti the papers on file in the above causeRICHARD N HUDSON Special Master You Know What You Are Taking When you take Groves Tasteless Chill Ton ic because tho formula Is plainly printed on every bottle showing that it is simply Iron and Quinine in a tasteless form No cure No pay Trice 6Oc L THE NEWS AT THE CAPITOL Last Wednesday afternoon Uov Bock ham signed the bill passed by the leg islature appropriating 75000 for the Kentucky exhibit at the Louisiana Purchase exposition This was the first Dill passed timid season to receive the governors signature It is the bill offered by the association introduced in the House by Mr Spalding and known as the Spalding Worlds Fair Appropriation Bill carrying an appropriation of 75OOU to sup plent tnt time fund which the Exhibit association has raised by its own efforts making at least 100000 available for the purpose of properly repre seating Kentucky and her resources at the St Louis Worlds Fair Tne bill provides for the appointment of fifteen commissioners the appoint ments to be made by the Governor It is understood that Gov Beckham will place President Ford of the Ex hibit Association at the head of the State Commission W J Bryan at the invitation of the General Assembly will speak before that body today it being Goobel memorial day It was given out at Frankfort last week taut Senator Gorman nay ad dress the Kentucky legislature the latter part of tilt month United States Senator Blackburn artived at Frankfort on Sunday to look after his interest in his race for the seat now occupied by him Black burn will have opposition in Con gressman D H Smith of Elizabeth town and probably in others While Beckham in reply to Senator Cantrill recently declared himself out of the senatorial contest there is growing belief that the governor will be in the tight when the time arrive Representative Stewart of Hancock county introduced a bill into the house last week appropriating 10000 for the improvement of Blackford creek in Hancock county Senator Richardson of this district introduced a bill into the Senate last week reducing street car fare from five to three cents and providing colored compartments or Jim Crow cars Cures Rheumatism and Catarrh Medicine Sent Free Send no money simply write and try Botanic Blood Balm at our ex pense Botanic Blood Balm B B B kills or destroys the poison in the blood which causes the awful aches in back and shoulder blades shift ing pains difficulty in moving fingers toes or legs bone pains swollen muscles and joints of rheumatism or the foul breath hawking spitting droppings in throat bad hearing specks flying before the eyes all played out feeling of catarrh Botanic Blood Balm has cured hundreds of cases of 30 or 40 years standing after doctors hot springs and patent medicines hud nIl failed Most of these cured patients had taken Blood Balm as a last resort It is especially advised for chronic deep seated cas es Impossible for any one to suffer the agonies or symptoms of rheumatism or catarrh while or after taking Blood Balm It makes the blood pure and rich thereby giving a healthy blood supply Cures are permanent and not a patching up Sold at drug stores 1 per large bottle Sample of Blood Balm sent free and prepaid also special medical advice by describing your trouble and writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga A personal trial of Blood Balm is better than a thousand printed testimonials so write at once Another Way Out In one of Glasgows finely laid out cemeteries rich citizen who was no torlotis as a skeptic Lath erected u massive mausoleum on what he terms his ancestral plot One day he met a worthy elder of the kirk coming away from the vicinity of the imposing mass of masonry so ho said to him Wcel Dauvlt yovc been up sceiu that gran erection o mine Deed tilt I sir Gey strong place that isnt it It Ml tai a man a his time toe raise out o you at time day o Judgment Hoot ma mon said David yo can gio ycrself little fash aboot rlsln gin that day cornea Theyll tak the bot tom oot of ot tao let ye fa doon Spare Moments Publicity has Its Dlmiclvnntmrcii You weather prophets make a great many mistakes said the man who sneersYes answered the observer and if other people had all their mistakes published in the dally papers as we do I suspect that our record would seem pretty good Washington Star Two of Ills Strong Points The Young MllnI dont take any credit to myself for being able to spell better than other people can Spelling is a gift Miss Snappelgh You acquired your modesty I presume by diligent applica tion Chicago Tribune Worn Out Women When a woman is worn out dragged down and tired to daath after nor days work silo needs a tnl to restore her lost strength build up her general STMtemralm her nnrvos and rive her a good nights sleep The tonic properties and gentle but thorough action of JLflIERJ Tho Road to Good Health make it an Invaluable remedy for tho dollcato woman When used In connection dlseasoIf od and anxious over Depart0went centsLIquIdTHACHER MEDICINE COMPANY Chattanooga Tonn b 4 J n Jr t We will Sell at Public Sale Wednesday Feb 10 9O4 The Following Described Property Towit One Span Mules 2 Head Horses One Mule and One Horse Colt 2 years old I 1 Head of Hogs and Shoats 16 Head of Cows and Calves Farm Implements Household and Kitchen Furniture The sale will take place on B C Dieckmans farm near Hazel Dill on Falls of Sinking and Hardinsburg Road at 10 oclock Terms will be made known on date of saleRespectfully B C Dieckman J HL Person The Breckinridge Bank Cloverport Ky Capital Stock 45100 Surplus 7000 Incorporated Organized In 1872 W II BOWMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier DR F L LIGHTFOOT V Pros CIIAS B SKILLMAN Asst Cashier Accounts of Firms Individuals and Corporations solicited Any business entrusted to us will receive prompt and careful attention Storage place for packages in our fireproof vault furnished our customers free NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS Interest paid on time deposits Fountain Pens very cheap at J D Babbages ST LOUIS 1904 Worlds Fair News From Headquarters ST LOUIS 1904 t THE SI Louis GlobeDemocrat Is tho ono great newspaper which ought to find a place in every homo during tho coining year It has no equal or rival in nil tho West and will bo indispensable to all who desire to keep fully informed as to the Worlds Fair and tho National Campaign of 1901 SemiWeekly One Dollar a Year The WEEKLY GLOBEDEMOCRAT is issued in THE GREAT Semi Wcekl Sections eight pages or more each Tuesday and Friday It is a big SEMIWEEKLY PAPER REPUBLICAN giving all the news of all the earth TWICE EVERY WEEK and a great variety of interesting and in PAPER ofstructive rending matter for every member ot the family Almost equal to n daily at the price of a AFIIiRICAweekly ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR THE DAILY GLOBE =DEMOCRAT PRICE BY MAIL POSTAGE PREPAID GREATOneDaily without Sunday NEWSPAPER One year g11 6 mouths 2 3 months i I Sunday edition 48 to 76 pages OF THE WORLD One year 2 0 months 1 ST LOUIS 1904 You Must Have The Globe Democrat Write for Free Sample Copy or better still send your subscrip tion TODAY Address The Globe Printing Co St Louis Mo IIIHACIS ST LOUIS 1904 VEGETABLE SICILIAN flair Renewer IPerhaps you like your gray hair then keep It Perhaps not J then rememberHalls Hair Renewer always restores color to gray hair Stops falling hair alsou rtttarooTJfiCSrV1 1 J Vii i r IJr 1 H J 4 o- U t 4yrl I L 71i THE CONDITION OF T- HECloverportRealEstateImprovement j jOF CO AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS DECEMBER 31 1904 RESOURCES Real Estate 98988 Notes and Accounts secured 461414 Cash on hand 22782 583184 Capital Stock 374000 Accounts payable 180025 Reserve 10459 dividend unpaid declared 583184 BRECKENRIDGE incorporated August 1903 and to call attention to the above a 5 per cent divi 1NOTEThis and a surplus to half this set aside in this short space of time a investment for the stock 1 of at less cost they themselves and on easy B TT holders it enables of owning own an opportunity so would well to communicate us Let tpayments very above the are new enterprise seeking a be known can them information our line will be cheerfully furnished on application 4 Cloverport Estate and Improvement Co j2 urtluWl j The Breckenridge News I FEBRUARY 3 1001 BIG H Meyer went to Sun dayBorn to the wife of Will Thomp son Jan 25 a son I Henry Hnrdin spent last week in Elizabethtown with friends 1 isa Daisy Meador left Thursday to visit her sister Mrs T C Williams of West Point Miss Elizabeth Clarksou Elizabeth town spent a few days with Miss Zeltna Strother last week Rev Hines was a visitor in our town Monday and Tuesday We look for him every two weeks Pemberton of Elizabethtown wasI here Thursday and purchased sever al head of horses at aood prices Mrs Cnsaie Bush has returned to her home at Jrvington after a fewI weeks stay with Mr and Mrs Sam BushMrs John Meador returned last Thursday from a visit to her daugh ter Mrs T C Willia ins of West PointMiss Myrtle Moorman went to Green Saturday to her brother Raymond who is there at tending school John Hicks has a position as bookkeeper in His wife is here at present with her parents Mr and Mrs W H Doran Misses and Blanford two charming young ladies of Marion county are visiting Misses Estella and Lilly Craycroft daughters of to Squire Craycroft- J C Lucas deputy sheriff willI meet taxpayers at Big Spring andI Center View on Tuesday Feb 10 at 43ewleyviM and Mook Wednesday Feb 17 Rosetta Thursday Feb 18 Since one of our young mens friends married a short while ago andI he has been feeling a little blnehe has Ayers Doctors first prescribed Ayers Cherry Pectoral over 60 years ago They use it today more than ever They CherryPectoral rely upon it for colds coughs bronchitis consumption They will tell you how it heals inflamed lungs I had a very bad cough for three years Then I tried Ayers Cherrr Pectorall My lore lungs were soon healed and my cough dropped away Slim IBABL HYDE Guthrie Centre U 2e Me tll100 J C ATBR 00 All Lowell Mass drUl1llItafor Old Coughs Ono Ayors PIN at bodtlmo Insures a natural action next morning f i rtiS FENNERS and Backache orxldneysCUREdladder Dont become discouraged There Is a cure for you 1 It necessary write Dr Fonncr Ho lius spent a llto tlmo curing Just such cases us yours All consultations Free- I suffered a long time with what the dootora claimed was lumbago Was down in bed un able to move without great pain Two bottles of Dr Fennels Kidney and Backache Cure cempletely cured me and I have had no return of the trouble nor any signs of rheumatism FRED BRANDT flyer Muncie Ind Druggists Soc 81 Ask fur Cook Book FUSE Ior Sale By Short Haynes I determined to read law and doubtless it will not be long before we can turn out another lawyer And we sincerely hope he will have the same success au one of our boys Charlie Moorman who has risen to the position of attorney for tbe L N and I C railroad at Elizabethtown Miss Mabel Scott went to Branden burg Thursday to take the examina tion for common school branches in Meade county which was held there Friday and Saturday Z J C Lucas deputy sheriff will S meet taxpayers at Spring and Center View on Feb 10 at Bowleyville and Mook Wednesday Feb 17 Rosetta Thursday Feb 18 An Early Riser A strong healthy active constitution depends largely on the condition of the The fan ous little pills known as DeWitts Little Early Risers not only cleanse the system but they strengthen the action of the liver and rebuild the tissues support ing that organ Little Early Risers are easy to act tney never gripe andI yet they are absolutely certain to pro Idnce results that are satisfactory in all cases Sold by All Druggists UNION Miss Cora 13 McCoy is attending school in Green Miss Sarah E Richardson has re turned home Hnrdlnsburg Mrs Sarah West of is with her sister Mrs Mary Cox We have been informed that J B Severs will locate ill Owensboro in the springMiss Lta Ford of Hardinsburg was the guest of Miss Mary Richard son the past week Miss Sue A Brashear entertained at flinch Thursday evening in honor of Miss Lita Ford Miss Ida ti Gardner has returned home a visit tc friends and rel atives in West Point and Louisville R C Richardson wife and son Daniel Baxton are making an extend ed visit to Mr Richardsons old homeThe public school closed Friday with a nice treat for the children The regular spring term opens Mon day and will continue until Tune J LIABILITIES paid in Notes and Fund 5 cent this day 18700 Real KIDNEY Messrs Lonnie B Hull Philo Hall and Misses Lita and Daisy Hall were entertained at flinch by Mary Richardson Friday evening Misses Florence Biddle Ula MissII Cart Mary Cashman and Amandns Bidde George E Shellinan Grover L Severs and Don Still will attend the spring term of school here They were formerly Shiloh students COMMISSIONERS Circuit Court Nancy J Eroush c Plaintiffs 1vs1 Dolly B Kroush c 01 By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the CIrcuitjj Court rendered at the October term thereof 1103 in the above cause for the sale ot 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 shall proceed to offer for sale at the door in HardinsburgKyto the highest bidder at Public Auction on Monday the 25 day of 1004 at 1 oclock P M or thereabouts being County Court day upon a credit of three six and twelve months retained to secure of money the following described proper ty to wit A certain tract or parcel of land ly ing situate and being in the Connty of and state of Ken tucky on the waters of Clay Lick described as follows Beginning at one of the original corners a poplar and elm near James spring i then with his line 16 E 74 poles to a rock i then with another line 71 E 20 poles to a sits afras and hickory corner to dower i then with a line thereof S 63 W 32 poles to atake in It rood i then S 61 W 10 poles to a small hickory Macs oak and post oak in A Shellmanfl line i thence with his line N 6 W 50 poles to a rock his corner thence wIth another line S 863 s W 84 poles to two poplars in a drain corner to lotNo4 thence with a line of lot No4 N7Q roles to a and black oak near a beech in Falkners line i tnen with said line S 01 E 16 poles to a beech and white oats i then with another line N 27 E 60 poles to a rock then with another line S 61 E 100 poles to the beginning containing 61 acres more or less Or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money BO 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 a bond Bidders will be prepar ed to comply promptly with these terms J H Deli MoormanCommissioner Beard Co vs Frankfort Ky Jan Beard Co vs Goodman Brook enridge county reversed whole court sitting Judge Hobson dissenting Perfect Confidence Where there used to be a feeilng of uneasiness and worry in the house hold when H child showed symptoms of oroup there is now perfect con fidence This is owing to the uniform success of Cough Remedy in the treatment of dis ease Mrs M I Basford of Pooles ville Md in speaking of her experi once in the use of that remedy says I have a world of in Cough Remedy for I have used it with perfect success My child Garland is subject to severe attacks of croup and It always gives him prompt relief For sale byI Short Haynes AA 1 in t4 CIRCUIT COURT Ordinary Reference Docket Feb Term Thursday Fourtn Day February It John Slatons admrx vs R 0 11111 c Cliff Sluton vs R 0 Hlllc Rrccklnrldgo vs Smart Co Co- W F Gllllland vs L E Mal Co 0 L Beard agt vs I li Huyncs 0 L Beard agt vs Richard Harper H S Fullonlovi vs B V Crist MfR Co vs V 0 Babbago Filth Day February 12 T M Scotts admr vs Ii II St L Ry Co Sixth Day February 13 Western Union Investment Co vs E A Western Union Investment Co vs T J Mooro Ohio Farmers Fertilizer Co vs J T Mooro John L Hall vs J 0 Harris c Seventh Day February 14 Foley Co vs Compton Bros 0 L Hawkins vs Pete Sherran Bro Co V Daniels heirs vs Newton Compton Ac Frank Jarboe assignee c vs J J Pato c Comth of ICy for Ac vs S A Pate c Same vs Same Samo vs Same Same vs V B Burton c vs Samo Eighth Day February IS Blon Jollys admrx vs L H St L fly Co Mrs N J Wathon vs W E Triplet Isaac T Trabno vs W T Gregory Jr Alonzo Bennett vs T J Trlplett Ac Chas E Murphy c vs Flora Loo Osborne c Ninth Day February 16 Emily vs Ind Long Distance Tel Co The Board ot Missions c vs D R Murray The Board of Homo Missions c vs David R Fralzo vs John Mattlngly F Fralzo vs Wm Gilbert Mary E Keith TS Grand Lodge A O U W L D Addison On appeal from county court Clint Davis vs Wathen Horsloy Lou Sahll c vsJ 0 Mattlngly Wm Vest Sons vs II G Ycager F Fralzo vs Charles DoJarnotto Continental Fertilizer Co vs E B Oglesby Horace Scotts Sons vs Wm II Hook J H Glasscock vs Jno W Pool pp Dean vs J 0 and J T Jones Jonas Lyons c vs Trustees School Dist of Irvington F Fralzo vs Charles Allen c H L Morton Son vs Murray Roofing TileI Harvester Co vs A J Gross Jack Allen vs F P Payno H Dell Moorman vs Dr L B Moremen Not Heard From Since 1902 The following fromI DBDenton ot in Hancock county was published in SundaysI John H Denton last heard from in 1002 in St Louis Any informationI him would be gratefully received hy his father L STATE OF KENTUCKY qt OF Sccy and Trcas of tho ClovCl port Real Estate and Improvement Incorporated being duly sworn says the report of the condition of said at the close of business on December 31st 1903 is in all respects true to the bost of his and belief Marion Seoy and Treas Cloverport Reixl Estate and Improvement Co Subscribed and sworn to before mo by Marion Weather holt Secy and Treas Cloverport Real Estate and Improvement Co Incorporated this 28th day of January 1901 Chas B SkillmcLn N P B C My expires January 15 1908 statement showingCompany was 26th we equal Besides being good parties their homes doing could build little rent they paying Any location do with your wants we satisfy Any in WEDNESDAY SPRING Louisville Bowling visit accepted Louisville Cambreau Big Tuesday liver STAR from Louisville from per than Ford SALE Defendants Breckenridge courthouse January payment Breckonridge Skllmans dogwood replevin Goodman 29Special Chamberlains that confidence Chamberlains AfVMNA vMilAAwrN ValentinesThe found cityCome early and get pick =BABBAGE SON = t- M W Bank FWIInllvsLHStLRyCoMinnie Paris BondvsLHStLRyCoP- oyton Mooro Same Appearances Hook CoInternational communication CourierJournal concerning COUNTY Marion Wcathorholt Company foregoing Company knowledge Weatherholt Commission wish amount desirous I DR Bowliug Breckenridge purchase the the MurrayJoseph Chambers QUARTERLY REPORT OF TH- EBreckinridge Bank- At the closo of business on the 31st day of December 190- 3RESOURCES Loans and discounts S 138189 24 Overdrafts unsecured 15075 Duo from NationalBanks 5 140335b Duo from Stato Banks 01andtOthert Specie 5 900 00 Currency 10770 58 1873058 Furniture und fixtures 211486 S 23330069 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid In Incash 45100 00 Surplus Fund 003017 Undivided proft 400 00 Deposits subject to check on which Inter ost Is not paid t 59270 25 Time certificates of deposits on which Inter 00cstUnpaid dividends No 59 3 per ct declared this day 193300 Fund to pay taxes 347 58 SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of Indebtedness of any stockholder person company or flrmdncludlnglntho liability of the company or firm the liability of tho Individual members thereof directly or Indirectly If sucn Indebtedness exceeds 20 per cent of capital stock actually paid In and actual amount of surplus of the bank f 00 How Is Indented ness statd In abovo Item secured Highest amount of Indebtedness of any director or officer If amount of such indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paidup capital stock of bank 00 now Is same secured Docs amount of indebtedness of any person company or firm InIeluding in the liability of the corn firm tho liability of the In dldun members thereof exceed 30 por cent of paidup capital and actual surplus No If so state iimount ot such In debtedness Amount of last dividend 135300 Were all expenses losses Interest und taxes deducted therefrom before declaring dividend and was not loss than 10 per cent of net profits of the bank for tho period covered by the dividend carried to the surplus fund before said dividend was declared Yes 123530060 STATE or IENTUOKYlss County of Breckenrldgo 1r A B SKillman Cashier of the Brocken ridge Bank a bank located and doing bust ness on Wall street In thecity of Clovorport thatthestatement of the condition of the said Bank otDecemberand belief and further says that the business location above report Is made in compliance with an ofState11103 as the day on which such report shall bemade CashierWO T SKILLMAN Directors IISKILLMAriSubscribed nSkl11man OlIy f v QUARTERLY REPORT OF THE 11 TWO STATES BANK At the close of business on the 31st day of December 1003- RESOURCES Loans aridDiscounts 2635763 Duo from National banks 3 22769 322700 Specie 62883 Currency 85000 14788s Furniture and Fixtures 1546684 Current Fxpenscs for tho Year 101870 101870 1t- f33621H LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In In cash f 750000 Surplus Fund 150308 t Deposits subject to check ton which Int isnotpaid17 45044 r Tlmo certificates of derposits on which Int Is pd 101500- SUPPLEMENTARY 2453444 3362746 t I Highest amount of Indebtedness of any stockholder person company tlorfirmtl tho company or Orm the liability of thoreoOdirectlydebtedness exceeds 20 per cent of capital stock actually paid In1 and actual amount of surplus of the NoneHoItem 1 secured By Mortgage See Section 583 Kentucky Statutes Highest amount of Indebtedness of any director or officer it amount v- ot such Indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paid up capital stock of bank None Howls same secured X Docs amount of Indebtedness otcany person company or firm In cluding in the liability of the comCpany or firm tho liability ot the Incdividual members thereof exceed 30 per cent of paidup capital and 4 actual surplus None Usa stato amountot such Indebt I sAmount I Wero all expenses losses Interest J and taxes deducted therefrom be fore declaring dividend and was C not less than 10 per cent ot net t profits of the bank for tho period covered by the dividend carried to 1 J dividend X lCountyl ffSs 1 John S Adair Cashier of tho Two States Bank a Bank located and doing business lll the town ot Stephensport lfy In said county being duly sworn says tho forego report Is In all respects a true statoment offr the condition of tho said Bank at the close of business on the 31st day ot Doct 1903 to the best ot his knowledge and bellet and further says that tho business of said Bank has been 1 t transacted at the location named and not elsewhere and that the above report is made 11 in compliance with unofficial notice received i from the Secretary ot State designating the 31st day ot DoC 1003 as tile day on which J such report shall1 be mndetJOHN S ADAIR Subscribed and sworn to before me by John 1 S Adair the 31st day of December 10iJAMES CRAWFORD N P B 0 My 111GEOROEI i 111 WathenBarr Mr Wm L Wathen and Miae Mary A Barr of Rhodella were 1 married at Flint Island churoh jester 1 day pE 1