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TIlE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXVIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 8 1904 8 Pages NO 47 BOATNER NOT GUILTY HartfordKy June 2The jury in the case against JW Boatner on the churge of receiving embezzled funds from A B Schlitzbaum agent of the of Illinois Central Railroad Company brought in a verdict of not guilty the this afternoon Immediately sifter the virllct was announced JudgelBltkhead ordered the prisoner to be given his llbtrty Boatner immediately walued out of the court house a free man of after having been confined in tae Hartford jail for nearly two years The history of the case is rather by complicated In August 1103 Boat ner shipped a package alleged to contain 28000 from Owensboro to Fords VI lie through the American Express Company The distance was short Boatner took the same train for Fords the ville AB Schlitzbaum was agent tor the Illinoiu Central and American 4pr Express Companies at Fordsville Ho Mr claimed he was held up and robbed on of the package that night He was arrested at Falls of Rough next morning but gave Boatner about g8o in money alleged to belong to the llinois Central Railroad Company Boatner was arrested next day at Irvington Both men were lodged in jail and charges of attempt to defraud for the express company out of 38000 were made Both men were cleared lbe of these charges Schlltzbnum was later tried on the charge of embezzling funds of the railroad company and given one year in the penitentiary The last trial of Boatner was on the charge of receiving these funds Boatner now has a SUIt pending against the American Express Com pany for the recovery of the 28000 which he claims to have shipped to Fordsville Life The poets exclamation O Life I feel thee bounding in my veinsts- a joyous one Persons that can rarely 0or never make it in honesty to themselves are among the most unfor tunate They do not live but exist for to live Implies mor than to be strongtofI of duties of the day and to retire not overcome 07 themto feel life bound ing in the vein A medicine that has mad thousands of peoplemen and wo a men well and strong has accomplish ed a great work bestowing the richest blessings and that medicine is Hoods Sarsaparilla The weak rundown or debilitated from any cause should not fall to lane it It builds up the whole system changes existence into life and makes life more abound ing We are glad to day these words in its favor to the readers of our col amns Mrs Marshall Morris Dead The remains of Mrs Tenle Wither spoon Morris wife of Mr Marshall Morris who died suddenly on an L and N train near Mobile Ala early yesterday morning will arrive hereto is night and the funeral will be i1 1helll at the convenience of the family Mrs Morris had been an invalid for some years and went to San Antonia Tex for her health nearly a year Ago Showing no signs of improve ment she decided to return to Louis i ville Her husband and one daughter were with her when she died having been apprised of her serious condition 01 several days ago l jtf Ira Morris is survived by her hu- silt J5and two tonsund a daughter Mr I f vMorri + s is a wellknown civil engl j i eer and was formerly president and general manager of the Breckenridge Asphalt Company of Louisville Fridays Louisville Times I Mr Morris is interested in the j asphalt deposits at Garfield and he and Mrs Morris were wellknown j at Fells of Rough where they often or visited jty Dr C J Moffetfc is a graduate of has as muchnjlght toI tlmedlcIUband sick as any physl gives to mothers hie remedyfC ieh TEETHINA Aids Digestion t Regulates the Bowels Overcomes and Counteracts the Effects of the Sum tasyiEpidemic at Falls of Rough Falls of Rough Ky June 4 I Au epidemic of some sort has broken ont among the cattle at this place and they are dying by wholesale 4rYHelpi has ben called for from the a state agricultural bnrean OASTOaIAearsthv Signature l2D t J p tT+ 9- X1 p 1 lot liii YOUNGERBRASHEAR I The first June wedding of the year was that of Mr J S Younger of this city and Miss Sue A Brasbear Union Star The wedding took place last Wednesday morning at horns of the brides uncle 011 McGlothlan at Union Star The ceremony was performed at 780 oclock by Rev J C Hosuinaon of Stephensport Miss Mattie Milner Union Star was the bridesmaid and Geo Younger of this city the best man The bride was given away her uncle The bride wore a beautiful delft blue crepe de chaine gown A photograph of the bridal party and the guests at the wedding was taken at the McGlothlan home Breakfast was served at the home of bride at 8 oclock The bride and groom Mr and Yrs Owen Brasbear of Columbia Tenn and Geo Younger went to Louisville the morning train and returned to this city on the Thursday morning to boat Thursday afternoon they were entertained to dinner by Miss Marian Bowmer at her home Thursday evening Mr and Mrs Owen Brashear W went to Union Star to spend a week and Mr and Mrs Jas Younger left St Luis to spend a week at the Worlds Fair after which they will at home to their friends in this W cityThe following outoftown guests were present at the wedding Mr and Mrs Samuel Haycraft of H Louisville Mr and Mrs Owen Bia snear of Columbia Tenn Mrs Bettie Napper and Mrs Sam Dix of Stephensport Mrs Lew Roberts of Ammons Miss Ruth Younger of Hawesvllle and Mi and Mrs C BJ Skillman Mr and Mrs Leon Mo GavocK Mesdames Lucy Younger James T Skillman A B Skillman Misses Margaret Skillman Marian Bowmer Lncy McGavock and Messrs T Skillman and Geo Younger- of this city English Kitchen to Build Weisenberg Noble proprietors the English Kitchen have bought one of the vacant lots between the business places of Dr R L Newsom and J Fred May Jr and will Bract onestory building on that site 22x100 feet in the fall with a basement Consideration for the Jot 200 The house which this firm now occupies und which belongs to them will be torn down Ice Cream Lawn Fete The young ladies of the M E church South at McDaniels will I serve ice cream cake homemade candy and hot cracker jack on the parsonage lawn Saturday evening June 18 the proceed to be used for repairing the parsonage Everybody invited Startling Evidence Freh testimony In great quantity constantly coming in declaring Dr Kings New Discovery Consump tion Cough and Cold to be unequaled A recent expression from T J Mo Farland Bentorville Va serves as example He writesII I had Bron chitis for three years and doctored all the time without being benefited Then I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery nnd a few bottles wholly cured me Equally effective in curing all Lung and Throat troubles Consumption Pneueonla and Grip Guaranteed by Short Haynes Druggists Trial bottles free regular sizes 50c and 100- Special Train Thursday The ninth annual convention of the National Association of Traveling Freight Agents will convene in Owonsboio on Thursday mid last over Friday The majority of the railroad wen will reach Owensboro over the Henderson route in a special train from Louisville which will pass through this city between 11 and 12 oclock tomorrow morning At Irvington Thursday Irvington Ky Juno 7Special Prof E A Fox will deliver a lecture on his recent trip to Jerusalem with stereoptican views in the Presbyterian church here next Thurs day Evening everybody is invited to come and enjoy this rare treat Chamberlains Stomach andI Liver Tablets are just what you need when you have no appetite feel dull after I eating and wake up with bad taste in your mouth They will improve your appetite cleanse and Invlgor ate your stomach and give you are lish for your food For sale by Short Haynes J A Barry was in OwunsborolI Wednesday K RESULT OF THE DEMOCRATIC HELD SATURDAYCONVENTIONS I The Democrats of Breckenridge county met in mass convention at Hnrdlnsbarg last Saturday There was a fairly good attendance of rep resentative Democrats from till over the county Chairman Moore called the conven tion to order and stated the object of the meeting Gen D R Murray was elected chairman and Joel H Pile secretary On motion of Thos J Moore the chairman apoointed a committee of five to select delegates and report resolutionsThe named the following Frank Rupert John Jennings Jesse Whitworth Ruins St Clair and Judge MercerJudge Mercer could net endorse the cut and ariel resolution presented the committee and asked to be ex cusedWhile the committee was out several stirring speeches were made by Hon E Minor Gus Brown and H DriB Moorman The committee reported the follow ing list ofdelegatesDr Board F Hook Phelps Walker- D R Murray H Alexander- A J Gross D C Moorman- C M McGlothlan T J Moore L Kurtz H DeH Moorman Alternates John Jennings Gus Brown Richard AdKIsson Forrest Lyons Jell Glaaacook F Jarboe C W Moorman- P R Claycomb DrW A Walker- E P Robertson W W WbHlen The following resolution was reported and unanimously adopted This convention expresses its pleas ure ana gratification at the success of our county man Dr Milton Board and we feel that he has reflected credit on his native county an i do endorse him for reelection as a member of the Democratic State Central Committee from the Fourth Congr ssional district and we hereby direct and instruct the delegates to the state convention to uje all honorable means to have him retained as a member of said com iiiittee A notion was offered by James Miller to send the delegates nnin btnicted and that they vote as a unit on all questions Mr Coorn i spoke against the revolution and was in favor ol sending them instructed Mr Severs was also opposed to the resolution and thought the proper thing for the convention to da was to send the delegates instructed and give some sort of an expression as to the will of the majority Mr Whitworth spoke in favor of the resolution and was opposed to instructions He said he wanted the delegates to be free to use their own judgment The motion carried und the delegates were sent uninstructed The convention then adjourned The State Convention The State Democratic convention will meet In Louisville today At 10 oclock this morning the district meetings will be held in the HorseI Show building when the district delegates to the National Convention and the members of the State Con vention committees will be chosen The State convention will be called to order in the Horse Show building this afternoon at 2 oclock It is the general opinion that the four delegates from the Stateatlurge to the National Convention at St Louis July 6 to be chosen by the State convention will be Gov Book ham Senator James B McCreary Senator J U S Blackburn and prob ably Ollie M James the Cougresii man from tho First district The convention may not send an instructed delegation to St Louis though its action on this pdmt will be immaterial as the unit rule will be enforced and the present indica tions are that the delegation will be The Recorded Admissions The attendance at the Worlds Fair during tho month of May was as follows First week 137708 i second week 108471 i third week 257011 fourth week ending May 28 290000 May 80 78247 May1 ill 48400 Grand total 085427 These are the total recorded admissions An officialI report of the exact number of paid admissions during May is to be given out Raphael Smith who has beta con nected with the American Tobacco Company in this city returned to Owensboro Saturday w n for Judge Alton B Parker of New York whether instructed or not Sentiment is for Parker- In the county muss conventions held in Kentucky Saturday for the se lection of delegates to tle Democratic State convention which meets in Louisville today there was an over whelming sentiment for Parker tor President although there were not many instructions A number of coun ties iinstructed for Hearst but the increment was not very strong Many counties instructed for Gov Beck bam and Senators BlacKburn and McCreary for delegates at large Scat tering counties instructed far Con gressman Ollie M James Congress man D H Smith and others The BeckhnmMcQuown forces were in control In the imjorlty of the counties and it is understood that Gov Beckhams friends will present him for temporary chairman of the State convention and the convention expects to choose Judge Lewis McQuown of Bowling Green as chairman of the State Central and State Executive Committees Gov Beckham Gratified Frankfort Ky June 5Gov Beck ham tonlgbtupon receipt of complete information trom over Kentucky as to the result of yesterdays county conventions gave out an interview expressing his gratification at tne action taken assuring tie selection of Judge Lewis McQuown na chairman I of the State Committees and the fail ure of the opponents of tne State administration to convince the Dem ocraoy that it has a machine in ex IstAnce within the party and express ing the hope and beliet that the convention at Louisville next Wednesday will be a harmonious affair Political Notes It was Jesse Whitworths convention What he said and wantedwent Mug Severs was not in it The ma chine sat down on him hard The Hon W E Minor is in feeble health but strong enough to speak lie is an enthusiastic Hearst man Dave Murrays appeal to the great common people was amusing Dave ought to get off something new It wasnt an old time Democratic con vention Somehow or other the young Democracy cant get up the enthusiasm of their dads Thos Moore Is the Democratic Cunty Chairman and Si Pate is his competitor on the Republican side Both pretty wellmatched so tar as party manage ment is concerned Si has the advantage of age and experience Both are good men for their places Bob Jolly went home from the cow mittee meeting in fine feather Says he got hU matt and is satisfied Sherman Bull leader of the outs says he iIs satis fied and got his man Allen Kincheloe is also in high feather He named and nominated his successor John Haswell is sawing wood and saying nothing He was beaten for secretary A great mistake for he was a splendidone He knew how and sIJ always willing Bob Jolly and Sherman Ball shook hands after it was all over The war now dill be against the Democrats Henry Doorman is a rising young Democrat and a good party worker DrRodgers is not slow when it conies ti party working lIe is an enthusias tic fighting Republican and dont stand back when theres n fight on John Jennings Democratic delegate left last night for tho Convention Judge John Adair says the best poli ticians in time country are right here In Kemlucky Aud Ill bring It a little nearer home than that says lieTIeres Breckenridge couuty safely 400 Repub limn and the Democrats curry it whenever they want to Thats what I cal good politics For a Hundred Years For a hundred years or more Witch Hazel has been recognized as a su perior remedy but It remained for E U DeWitt Co of Chicago to discover how to combine the virtures ot Witch Hazel with other anti septics in the form of a salve De Witts Witch Hazel Salvo is the best salve in the world for sores outs bnrns bruises and piles The high standing of this salve has given rise to coun terfeits and tile public is advised to look for the name DaWitt on the packngo and accept no other Sold by v Iall druggists r BEAUTIFUL SERVICES Probably the largest congregation that ever assembled in St Roses Catholic church was present at the beautiful communion services Sunday morning A class of twenty three twelve girls and eleven boys received their first communion after daily instructions by Father C Brey the pastor for two weeks The clues marched from the pastors residence to the church and up the aisles to the altar The girls were dressed in white with veils ant flower wreathes and the boys in blacK with white neckties They were precedea by two of flower girls who held lighted candles at the altar while the others received the sacrament The services were at 830 and very beautiful and impress lye Father Bray was assisted in the services by W C Pierceall of May- field Ky lately of St Marys Seminary Md The age of the boys and girls ranged between ten and fifteen years They were Felix W Elder Chas W White Robt H Lewis Harvey Wilson Jas BTcGovern Mark Parrett Alfred Popham Joseph Burk Nellie Sicums Mahssa Mattingly Katie Burke Dessie Beavin Lorena Mattingly Cornelia Mattingly Dolly Burke Lucy Bunse Grace Wilson Mary Newton Oliver Lewis Beulab May Snilaberry Win Jones Wallace Lewis and Annie Gillinns Wont of All Experences Can anything be worse than to feel that every minute will be your last Such was the experience of Mrs S H Newsou Dectura Ala For three years she writes I endnredln sufferable pain from indigestion stomach and bowel trouble Death seemed inevitable when doctors and all remedies failed At length I was induced to try Electric Bitters and the result was miraculous I improv I ed at once and now Im completely recovered For Liver Kidney Stotn acb and Bowel troubles Electric Bit ten is the only medicine Only liOn Its guaranteed by Short Haynes Druggists SCHOOL REPORTII Grade summary for the month end I ing June 3 also general term report Irvington College Irvlugton KenC tuckyjj High School Honor Roll I Misses Myrtle Brown 09 Nellie Smith US Claire Jolly 08 Heba I Lewis 97 Messrs Clyde Simmons 07 Roland Smith 97 and Walter Piggott J 07 Preparatory Class Hayden Brauilette 91 Robert William Tuttle 98 Nellie Simmons U8 beulah Mudd 9SEunice Simmons 08II Eliza Piggott 98 Julia Lyons 08 Geudry Bramlette 98 Kendrick Jolly 07 Louise Lewis 07 Lamar Gardener 00 Harold Mndd 90 Alfred I Herndon 05 Lenard Galloway lU 3 Hubert Penick Dl Bessie Wratner 00 David Hetudon 01 Highest aver age 09 Myrtle Brown and Hayden Brnmlettjj Term Report General aveiage for the entire term Myrtle Brown 08 Maggie Bandy 07 Nellie Smith 97 Claire Jolly 07 Mable McGlothlan 00 Clyde Simmons 00 Robert William Tuttle 90 Nellie Dowell 05 Roland Smith Claudia Bandy 95 Reba Lewis j 05 Walter Piggott 05 Eunice Sim maims 95 Kendriuk Jolly 05 Agnes Hynes 95I Hillard Biggs 94 Ethel Dowell 94 Beulah Mudd 03 Hubert Hensel Oil Eliza Piggott 03 Geudry Brauilette 93 Louise Lewis 98 George Herudon 92 Lamar Gardener U2 Hayden Bramletto 02 Kendrick Bandy 92 Ruth Miller 01 Edith Hensel 91 Susie Bandy 91 David Herndon 91 Nellie Simmons 90 Bessie Wrather 90 Harold Mudd 00 Alfred Herudon 00 Eula Stanrleld 80 Wilbert Dowcll 89 Hubert Penictc 80 Julia Lyons 80 Lenard Galloway 88 Alline Cowley 88 Gillie Dowell 88 Junius Stith 87 Four gold medals wore awarded for excellency in spelling as follows Advanced class Nellie Smith class No 2 Kendrick Jolly class No1- was a tie Geudry Bramlette and Louise Lewis both reclving a medal David Herndon received the three yards of blue ribbon and three pounds of candy for the greatest improve ment in writing Susie Bandy came second with the two yards of red ribbon und two pounds of candy and Nellie Smith third with tho one yard of yellow ribbon and one pound of candy Mis Coleumn Mrs McGlothlan and Rev Graves were the judges Nellie Smith Walter Piggott and Roland Smith were present everyday during the term Excelsior Is our motto School cloied June 3 1904 Robert B Tuttle Prin BIG CRAP GAME RAID Marshal DeHaven assisted by two deputies W L McCrackeii and Geo Graham made a raid on two negro orap games Saturday night aoout twelve o clock Eleven negro men were arrested in an open lot near Africa whll engaged in the game and lodged in the city jail A raid was made on four others all small fry in Slick Creek but they destroyed the evidence before the officers came up and were not arrested Sunday morning two of the eleven in jail were released as only spectators the game ad were held as wit nesses in police court Monday morning Judge Wills fixed the fine for each crapshooter at 20 and costs Five gave bond two are in jail and will work cut their fines on the streets and two are yet to be tried That Throbbing Headache Would quickly leave you if you used Dr Kings New Life Pills Thousands of sufferers have proved their matchless merit for sick and Nervous Headaches They make pure blood and build up your health Only 25 cents money back if not cured Sold by Shoit Haynes Druggists Abandons the Fight Washington May 31Recent ac ticna on the part of Representative William R Hearst indicate that he tins practically abandoned the fight for the Democratic nomination for President this year This is the opinion of Mr Hearsts friends as well as his opponents Since the California Democratic Convention by a narrow margin and after a hard fight adopted resolutions instructing for Hearst there has been very little doing in the Hearst camp Al though he had a respectable following In the Ohio Convention he was un able to muster a majority and hence under the unit rule will lose the die trict delegates who are in favor of his nomination This action following a similar course pnrsued by other States in adopting the unit rule and thus obliging the Hearst delegates who have been in the minority to see their votes cast for some other candidate has evidently discouraged the New YorK Representative ana his friends There is little llKelihood that Mr Hearst will pick up more than a few scattering delegates and perhaps now and then one who is un instructed The County SS Convention At 10 oclock Thursday morning the first session of the county Sunday school convention will be held in the M E church South in this city The second session will be held in the afternoon The programme for the convention was published last weekThis evening Prof h A Fox State Secretary of Sunday schools will lecture on his recent trip to the Holy Land anti will illustrate his talk with a large number of stereoptican views It will surprise youtry it It is the medicine above all others for catarrh and is worth its weight in gold Elys Cream Balm does all that is clammed for itBW Sperry Hart ford Conn My son was nfllicted with catarrh He used Elys Cream Balm and the disagreeable catarrh all left niin JU Olmstuad Arcola 111 The Balm does not irritate or rouse sneezing Sold by druggists at CO cts or mailed by Ely Brothers O Warren S Now York Preaching on Streets Alexander Campbell PIckorell Of the Christian church who travels in a small boat and whose home Is in Ohio has been preaching on the streets in the afternoon during the past week wherever he could attract a crow- dGunboat Destroyed Tokio June 0 11 a mTlie Russian gunboat Gihak was torpedoed and destroyed at Port Arthur Satur day Located at Stephensport Dr L P Casper a graduate of the University of Louisville medical department lies located at Stephens 0port to practice his profession CASTORIAForI The Kind You Have Always Bought 4 Bears tho- Signature z ut f I IIiirTa L P nr a pig t rkrrkrkrrkrkrrkkk- r I The Evils of Overdosing The Ways in Which Health r may be found in Exercises Correct Diet Clothing and Habits Harm Done to Wo s men and Children by Meg r lect of Ordinary Health r Precautions Everyone recognizes the power of diet in preserving health Diet is much but it la not all It must be supplemented by a vantey of other things Among the most important of these is regularity of habits I once beard a man who had made much of himself physically after starting with a very poor natural equipment say that he attributed a great deal of his sound condition to the fixed periods at which he took food I find it better he said to break my fast at dinner time by a sandwich when I cannot have a full meal than to wait for an hour or two for my regular dinner The stomach is a creature of habit and if you take liberties with it you are bound to make it uncomfortable sooner or laterAnother man of similar experience said later in my hearing that there was nothing worse for one than irreg ular exercise These women who start out and walk seven miles in one afternoon and then take no more vig orous exercise for a week do them selves more harm than good he de clared The regularity more than the amount of the exercise is what works benefitIf Which leads to the necessity for ex ercise and regular exercise at tnat No one can afford to get along with out it The man or woman who wish es to preserve health must not miss it while the man or woman who de sIres to restore health must be even more assiduous The women who al low themselves to become run down must recuperate by other means than physic Prominent among these stands rational exercise It matters comparatively little what form it tak es so that it is rational and is pur sued steadily One more qualification it must possess It should be taken as much as possible out of doors or at least in the fresh air This is one o f the drawbacks to such games as pln pong excellent as they are in other respects The are played indoors and usually in a closed room Half as much time spent in the fresh air would be of twice as much value Because of the growing apprecia tion of fresh air exercise among physicians and students of hygiene every where I am glad to set the returning and increasing interest in the bi cycle as testified to by public opinion Kkkrkvrx QkrkrkkkkkkkkkrrkkkkrkkkkkkC rkMrI Health Suggestions BY CHRISTINE TERHUNE HERRICK Copyright 104 by Christine Tcrhuno Horrlok AililAitAR a tAittilit ilAitRRR AitAiti1 RRA ARiItA ARitili and the advertising columns of the daily press and of other publications Physicians tell us that rightfully used n wheel iis one of the best friends of the grown or ungrown per son who wishes to take outdoor exer else because it not only gives play to the muscles of the body but furnishes to the rider the sense of doing something and getting somewhere One of the discouraging features of exercise for exorcises sake is that it bnsyielse with some object in view When a woman sweeps she is exercising but she is also accomplishing something Whan she goes out unless she has an object for her walk she is generally bored by it We read of English women walking three miles out on the turnpike and three miles in again in the laudable pursuit of exercise and we think with a superior thrill that an American woman would find some more interesting way of winning to the same end But when we hear of stout New York women who post so many times a round the reservoir in Central Park in the endeavour to reduce their flesh we wonder ifafter allwe are so much ahead of the Britons in enterprise and invention When a woman is on a wheel it is n different thing She is taking the air and exercising her muscles But she is also getting somewhere to pay a call to do nn errand to make the acquaintance ot a bit of road which had been too remote to explore on foot A New England doctor has put him self on record by declaring among the advantages of the bicycle that it interests people and keeps them out of doors two very important factors in a healthy happy life Yet the woman makes a mist age it she takes a long run on her wheel one day and allows it to gather dust un used thereafter for a weeK or ten days If she is to derive lull advan tage from her cycling she must make it an everyday natter weather permitting Not the amount but the regularitylet me repeat It again By this 1 do no mean that the days runs mubt always be of uniform langth They may be extended or con tracted as seems advisable But the unvarying habit of riding must be kept up and the body thus preserved in condition for work or play This necessity for regular exercise Is winning attention more and more The whole problem of proper bodily developement has of late years receiv ed serious consideration both by the medical fraternity and by the laity The popularity of the various systems of physical training is a good indica tion ana many ot these schools seem to have accomplished good One of them that appeals to one peculiarly by reason of the unusual breadth and value of its stope is the American Institute of Physical Culture This is a Boston enterprise and is endorse by men whose names stand for much in their respective lines It IH rather unusual in that the ethical side is made of paramount importance Many women young and old would be materially benefited in general health rrkvrkrrrkt + rkvvkrvkr 1 Author of Cradle and Nursery First Aid it to the Young Housekeeper oi Housekeep Jng Made Easy What rto Eat In City r Tents Etc I AA7lilltiA AAililR tAA 4 t10 pose of body clearness of com I plexion and keenness of mind by a course of moderate physical training under a guidance which gives proper consideration to individual needs It is this which is furnished bv this Boston school ana by its well ar ranged correspondence system the directors are able to keep in touch with their pupils all over the country These teachers too insist upon regu larity as a fundametal part of tie physical training they direct Similar regularity is essential so far as sleep is concerned for those who wish to keep their health I do not mean by this that a fixed hour for retiring must be immutable in the case of adults although it is a pity that they cannot submit them selves to such a standard While the exigencies of life forbid this they permit a reasonable amount of rule and precept containing slumber There are few women who cannot maintain a tolerably strict regimen so far as habits of sleep are concerned The mothers ot little children mnst resign themselves to broken nights but the majority of wives and mothers and still more the younger women may have a fixed time of retiring and adhere to this with some degree of strictness It is very well to alot six hours of sleep to a man seven to a woman and eight to a fcol as the old proverb runs but the socalled fools allowance is none too much for the greater part of manKInd and womankind Besides this there ire other health considerations to be borne in mind Drees is among them A wellknown physician in an English medical journal has written recently against the evils of tight lacing and has laid to this much of womans ill temper The writer who Is a W3inauand event ually knows whereof she speaks tells ot the compressed organs the restrict ed blood vesslesthe hampered nerves aud declares it is no wonder that the average woman is irritable and impatient It is said that there never yet was woman who would confess to Inning ti htly but in confidential con clave they will sometimes own that perhaps the laces are once in a while drawn more snugly than is altogether comforl able always by accident of course Those who confess to this will SICILIAN Renewer and keeps It soft and glossy Stops falling hair and cures dandruff And It always restores color to gray hair Sold for fifty r t probably acknowledge to pains in the legs and back that hinder their activity of motion and make any brisk movement or even standing painful All this should be abandoned by the woman who would keep well She may wear a corset but it should not only be of the right cut and be put on properly but it should be worn loose enough to allow her freedom and a void all danger of discomfort Sometimes it seems as though a spe cial Providence must watch over all women in general and young women in particular that they are still alive on the face of the earth The foolish things they do the risks they inn are enoughto driva a mere man to dispair See the girls who go out insufficiently clad who pride themselves on omitting heavy flannels from their winter wardrobe who neglect overshoes affect thin soles and do a multitude of other such idiotic things These errors alone should be enough to decimate their ranKs eveu if they did not eat things that are bad for them ruin their teeth and their stomach with sweets and indulge in a host of other Insane actions Af ter they have grown old enough to learn wisdom they may try to reform but by that time they have usually laid the foundation for ill health or at least impaired their constitutions to such an extent that they are never quite wellAven if they do not enroll themselves among invalids Perhaps the 7 7 7 i h r TO J I rJiI rJiI 1111 COUNTRY MERCHANTSf I 44lll hWeare to offer special inducements for direct MAIL fort- sGROCERIESShipments made same day order received and prices guaranteed much lower than can be had territorytjt r t OUERBACKER CO 1 WHOLESALE GROCERS I N ve Louisville Ky I = ih j CASIORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Nave Always Bought Bears the r Signatureof I n- Use For Over Thirty Years CASIORIATHE HALLSMakesthe Hair VEGETABLE yearsu Vsyco7tesrnu prepared ORDERS women of the rising generation will grasp the fact that they are not made of indestructaole material and try to take care of themselves while they are whoItasK ot repairing the damages and further preventing harm This is not to be done by over dos ing but to repeat the injunctions al ready laid down by correct fooddress and habits of sleep and by regular and well directed exercise in the open air Cures Blood and Skin Diseases Itching Humors Eczema Scrofula Etc Send no money simply write and try Botanic Blood Balm at our ex pense A personal trial of Blood Balm is better than a thousand print ed testimonials so dont hesitate to write for a free sample If you suffer from eczema scrofula Blood Poison cancer eating sores itching skin pimples boils bone pains swellings rheumatism catarrh or any blood or skin disease we advise you to take Botanic Blood Balm B B B Espe- cIally recommended for old obstinate deep seated casesMof malignant blood or sKin disease because Botanic Blood BalmB B B kills the poison in the blood cures where all else fails heals every sore makes the blood pure and rich gives the skin the rich glow of health B B B the most perfectblood purifier made Thoroughly tested for thirty years Costs 1 per bottle at drug stores To prove it cnrps sample bottle Blood Balm sent free by writing Blood palm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and free medical advice sent in sealed letter This is an honest offer medi cine sent at once prepaid Obedient to Bryan DemI ocratic state convention unanimously selected W J Bryan to head the Neb rasua delegation to the national gath ering adopted a platform which reaffirms the Kansas City platform of 1000 and places before the public Bryans views ef what should be em bodied in the platform at the coming national convention Triumps of Modern Surgery Wonderful things are done for the human body by surgery Organs ere taken out and scraped and polished and put back or they may be remov ed entirely bones are spliced pipes take the place of diseased sections of veins antiseptic dressings are applied to wounds bruises burns and like in juries before inflammation sets in which causes them to heal without maturation and in one third the time required by the old treatment Cham berlains Pain Balm acts on the same principal It is an antiseptic and when applied to such injuries causes them to heal very quickly It also allays the pain and soreness Keep a bottle of PaIn Balm in your home and it will save you time and money not to mention the inconven lence and Buffering which such in juries entail For sale by Short flaynea i MijlGREGORY I LUMBER DOORS SASH BLINDS DOOR AND WINDOW SCREENS SHINGLESLATHS LATHSLIME BRICK CEMENT ROOFING ETC J L MOORMAN DENTISTOi1- 1ca over Oelzos Hardware Store Prompt attention to all kinds of Dente Work Special attention to FINE GOLD FILLINGS AND CROWN and BRIDGE WORK Prices Moderate Satisfaction Guaranteed H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at law- HARDINSBURO KY theCourtscountiesroad cases and criminal practice License to Courtsomce illrEntertainment that Is pleasure I H your Kuests docs not depend on tomII money YOU spend hut on your m knowledge of how to receive and extend hospitality Christine Torbuno lIerrlck tells you all about It Post W paidGOcentsfl1 IiE J CLODE Publisher 1565th Are NY ft Sour StomachNo ness headache constipation bad breath etthecures Indigestion This new discover repre thaTexistthe greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does not thlafamoustroublesbystrengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomach Mr lIatotoII anKodolmforIlodol Digests What You satBottles oniy trillalzePrepared by E O DaWITT A 00 OHIOAQ Sold by all Druggists Chintz Royalty Practical Surveyor also Notary Public I can survey your Lands write your Deeds nnd take the acknowledgement at your home This saves you trouble andcost Your Patronage Solicited Address me at I Hardinsburg Ky ND ti DOES YOUR HOUSE NE- EDPAINTING The only upto date painter in Cloverport is y Bert Beavin l I IIf you want your done in the latest I style and at I reasonable costcall on him I PAt the best flf- l1r I I I p 11 I t HO FOR THE ST LOUI- SEXPOSITION Tuesday June 21 11 A M By one of Taylors personally conducted tours THESE tours are the perfection of comfort and economy Every cent ofWexpense provided from the time you leave un til you return withMSix Full Days at the Fair for Only 3040 Do not lay yourself liable to the extortion of exposition prices but put yourself under the protection and guidance of responsible and experienced people The exposition is diAvided into daily stages and an experienced conductor shows you everything without loss of time The hotel is on the grounds and you lose no time waiting for street cars and when tired you can go to your room and rest withAout an extra gate fee Do not delay but send at once to J D BABBAGE Brecken ridge News Cloverport Ky for a reservation certificate t These tours are personally managed by U PROF HeKr TAYLORB Principal Louisville Training School for Boys LOUISVILLE KY 1 1 SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS 100 A year CIIILDRENS COLUMNiy i Vk Selections by Mrs PM Smith X = = = = 3r9r = owri t rThe Dead Doll By Margaret Vandeprlft In St Nicholas You neednt be trying to comfort moToI tell you my dolly is lend 1 Theres no use in saying she isntw1 a cracK liKe that in her head Its just like you said it wouldnt ht much to have my tooth out that da And then when the man most pull my head off you hadnt a word to say And 1 guess you thinK Im a baby when you say you can mend it with glueaAs if I didnt know oeUer than th I Why juHt suppose it was you You might make her look all mended but what do I ware for looks hy glues for chairs and taoles and toys and backs of books y I dolly my own little daughter I O but its the awfulest crack I It just manes me sicK to think of the sound when her poor head went whack Against that horrible brass thing that holds up the little shelf Now Nursey what makes you remind me1 I know that I did it myself I I think you must be crazyyoull g her another head I What good would forty beds do her I tell yon my dolly is dead I And to think I hadnt quite finished her elegant new spring hat nd I took a sweet ribbon of hers 1 night to tie on that horrid oat I When my mamma gave me the ribb 1 was playing out in the yard She said to memost expressly Heres- a ribbon for Hildegarde nd I vent and put it on Tabby and Hildegarde saw me do it But I said to myjelfO never mind I dont believe she knew it Bnt I Know that she knew it now n I just believe I do That her poor little heart was broken and so her head broke too asp baby Imp little babyt I wish my head had been bitlI Ive hit it over ana over and hasnt cracked albit ItByI ut since the darling is dead shellj want to be buried of course We will take my little wagon Nurse and you shall be the horse And Ill walk behind and err and well put her In this you see This dear little boxand well bury her then nnder the mapletree And papa will make me a tombstone lice the one he made for my bird And hell pat what I tell him on it ye1 every single word I shall say Hero lies Hildegarde a beautitul doll vho is dead i Shedled of a broken heurtand a dread ful crack in her head The Duel By Eugonu Field 1 The gingham dog and the calico cat Side by side on the table sat Twas halfpast 12 and what do you think Neither of them had slept a wink I And the old Dutch clock and Chinese plate Seemed to know as sure as fate There was going to he an awful spat I wasnt thereI simply state What was told to me by the Chinese plate The gingham dog went bowwow wow t And the calico cat repledmeow And the air was streaked for an hour or so With fragments of gingham and calico While the old Dutch clock in the placeIUp with its hands before its face For it always dreaded a fAmily row I Now mind Im simply telling you What the old Dutch clock declares is true The Chinese plate looKed very blue And wniledOh dear whatshall we d01 But the gingham log and the calico cat Wallowed this way and tumbled that And utilized every tooth and claw In the awfnllest way von ever saw And oh how the gingham and calico flew I Dont think that I exaggerate 1 got my news from the Chinese plate Next morning where the two had sat They found no trace of the dog or cat And eGlllP folks think unto this day That burglars stole the pair away But the truth about that cat and pupe Is that the ate each other up Now what do you really think of that The old Dutch clock it told me so And that is how 1 came to know Mv Little Man Eben E Rerford In the Independent I know a little hero whose face iis brown with tan But through it shines the spirit that makes the boy a man A spirit strong and sturdy a will toi win its way It does me good to look at him and watch him day by day He tells me that his mother to poor and sews for bread Shes such a dear good mother theI little fellow said And then his eyes shone brighter God bless the little man I And he added Cause I love h er help her all I can Ah thats the thing to do boys to prove the love you bear the mother who has kept you in caretb t Make all her burdens lighter help canrtdoesymane THIS IS A Presidential Year nilAND YOU MUST KEEP POSTED The way to do this Is to re d tits WEEKLY CourierJournal HENRY WATTERSON etEditor t TWELVE PAOESII I ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY I netaonU Year REVENUE REFORM SOCIAL REFORM MORAL REFORM puhlhhldnds cipr by COURIERJOURNAL COMPANY LOUISVILLE ATra Special Arrangement you can get the Breckenridge News and the WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL both one year for only 150 This IB for cash subscriptions only All sub mustbeotIcei NNNI Bank of 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or us K T A A V G BABBAGE AttorneyatLawPUBLIC Many years experience in settling estates All collections reas onable Cloverport Kentucky One MinuteCough Guro For Coughs Colds and Croup r BRECKENRIDGE NEWSJ- NO D end V Q BABAQE Editor and Proprietor Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year or 125 if paid at the end of year CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charge or at the rate of 10 rents per line OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of cents per line Money In advance = Examlnn the label on your paper If It sot correct please notify us When ordering a change In the add subscribers should give their old as wells a the new address EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY JUNE 8 1001 We call the attention of country merchants to the advertisement off OnerbncKer Gilmore S Co wholesal grocers Louisville appearing on another page of this paper It is aia old firm well known in this county They carry a large stock and are prt pared to do what they say they will do in their ad They sell goods lower than their competitors for the reason that they save the expense of a traveling solicitor and give it to the met chants Write them for prices an d when doing so mentiun the Brecken I ridge News The Hon JBryanis not for Parker He dont like the man and does not hesitate to express his din like He regards the Parker move meat as an abject surrender to the money power and does not conside his nomination at all as probable He has no choice he says for a can didate but ho does want a man who has opinions and who is able t state them j a Democrat who is not toot cowardly to say what he believes and why he believes it A Democrat who can be as easily suppressed asi Parker he says is not strong enough with the people to be the nomineeI The Democratic party been It party of cowardice It has never failed to declare itself and il never will The people he says will not accept as a nominee a man who sKtilks and hides bis views Miss Alice Roosevelt was over at the Worlds Fair last week the guest of honor at a number of large s vial functions She gave up her GO cents at the gate like other women She was enthusiastic and happy and a pleasant disappointment to the crowd for she is much prettier than hex numerous photographs show her Our lady readers will be interested in how she was gowned She wore a coarse meshed linen skirt and coat of Louis xv style Her skirt which was simply made with plaits was shorter than is generally worn and her black stockings were plainly visible above her lowcut tan hOes She wore ia large white hat of Italian straw un trimmed except for a voluminous Veil of white lace folded softly about It falling low over her face Her waist was of lace and a crescent shaped pin composed of large pearls gave the finishing touch to her dainty costume Her brown hair was worn low at the back of her neck and held in place by a large tortoise shell She chattered laughed bowed and smiled And shook hands with every body the most charming visitor the Fair has yet hadID R AL Smith Dead- D R M Smith ono of the best known men in the Garfield neighbor hood died Sunday of senility Mr Smith was once prominent in the affairs of the county The funeral was held Monday Rev J T Lewis ot Irvington officiating Pepole from a number of sections of the county were in attendance Hiram Shelly Injured Hiram Shelly who was born and reared in Hawesville was seriously injured last week DV being crushed in an elevator accident at Louisville Big Parker Club- A Parker club with six hundred and sixtyseven members was organized at Owonsooro Friday night Elkton Ky June 8th 1001 Dr E W Hall St Louis Dear SirI have used your Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery in my family and can cheerfully recommend it to all suffering from kidney and bladder trouble RespectfullyS A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of the Texas Won der Halls Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emission weak and lame backs rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and blad der in both men ana women regulates bladder troubles in onildren If not sold by your druggist it will be sent by mail on receipt of 1 One small bottle is two months treatment and seldom falls to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer P O Box 629 8k Luis Mo Send for testi monials Bald by all druggists Office 2931 Olive street y mrrwfFy a REMEDYCATARRH REMEDYlo C ELYS GIVERCRjMBAsOID Satlsfaotlon Elys Cream Balmo6 Relief at Once It cleanses soothesti NnieasedFEVERSIn Head quickly It Is absorbed Heal and Protects the Membrane Restores th Senses of Taste and Smell Full size bee a mailsELYHRQTHEKS MI Warren St Nuw York HARD1NSBURQ Mrs E A Witt is visiting relative in OwensDoro Judge N Mcj Mercer went to Louisville Sunday- W Sr Ball left Sunday for Mnnford ville on a business trip Quarterly court next Monday There is a large docket Mrs S A Pate spent a few days of last week in Louisville Miss Bettle Hook returned home from Louisville Saturday Hon R M Jolly of Irvington was in the city last Saturday Thomas J Moore spent Sunday at Irvington the guest of friends Miss Maggie Baker is visiting Miss Essie Biggs at Irvington John P Haswell Jr returned home from Louisville Tuesday J M Whitehead an Owenaboro architect was in town last Friday Miss Linnie Haswell has returned home from Cnurthersville Missouri Dr WalKer will bo at Custer June 18 14 15 and 10 to do dental work Samuel Henninger of West View was in town Sunday the guest of friendsMiss Katie Esuridge is visiting Mr and Mrs Jesse R Eskridge in Owensboro Mrs Chas G Read of Louisville is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs G W Beard Miss Bell McGary of Cloverport is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Jtr McGary Several persons trom here attended the funeral of D R M Smith at Garfield Monday Mr and Mrs Orrin Hardin of near Cloverport were tho guests of Mr and Mrs Joel H Pile last week Dr E P Rodgers of Askins one of the most prominent physicians of the county way in town Saturday The Rev W F Hogard attended the commencement of the Vanderbilt Training School at ElKton last wees Mr and Mrs DrS Richardson of Union Star were the guests of Mr and Mrs Percy M Beard the first of the week Mirs Lena K Stub returned home last Friday from Bowliug Green where she had heen visiting her sister Mrs Staten Quarterly meeting services will be held at the M E church South on the third Saturday and Sunday in in this month Jubal Hook who has been in Louis vile for several weeks under medical treatment returned home Saturday much improved Hon D C Moorman of Glendeane was in the city Saturday It is stated bv the knowing ones that he will be a candidate for the State Senate to succeed Hon Gus Richardson Th election IH next year SIOO Reward 5100 The readers of this paper will b pleased to learn that there is at leas- one drended disease that science ha been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure Is the only positive cure known now to the medical fraternity Ca larrah being a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation for the disease and giving the pa tient strength by building up the con stitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any cave it falls to cure Send for list of testimonials Address F J Cheney Co Toledo O Sold by all druggists 75o Take Halls Fam ily Pills for constipation PICKED UP The tent meeting at Emm is still going ou There is a good attend ance and much interest manifested W J Pigcott was called to West Point last Thursday to conduct the Masonic funeral of H M Bnrbridge a leading Mason of that town The corn crop in this section never looked better It is a little late but it is clean and thrifty and shows np wellMiss Cora Lee Anderson the beautiful daughter of Mr and Mrs Chas Anderson of Gaston was en route to Georgetown last Thursday to attend the commencement t 1 a + IrHI I 4 a pKn 7u r John K Ditto who has been in Louisville for several weeks being treated for cancer on the face i much unproved He thinks he will be entirely well in a short time He took the Xray treatment and Is well pleas ed with it Mr and Mrs A A Richardson o Garfield were in Louisville last weekJames Rebarker of Ruth bad a eye removed last weeK at Louisville He has been suffering for more than fourteen years with It and amnnta tion was the only remedy Dr Rod gers of Ackins accompanied him and assisted in the operation J Jr Anderson of OwasHO I T came in last week to visit his old home and friends near Gnston He was delighted to get back to Ken tucK V once more Willis and Preston Green of Pall of Rough attended the funeral of Mrs Marshall Morris in Louisville last Saturday Mrs Morris was an intimate friend of the Green family and highly esteemed by them Mrs Warren Macy came in from Frisco Texas last Saturday f visit her parents Mr and Mrs J W Brown Caster Mr ana Mrs D 0 Heron entertained quite a party at their Mt Pisgah home on last Sunday It was an old time gathering of friends and neighbors who were royallv entertained I by the genial host and hostess Those present were Mr and Mrs JohnI Frakes Mr and Mrs W J PIggott Irvington Mr and Mrs Zack Stith Mr and Mrs Jima Drury Hon andt Mrs Chap Blanford Bewleyville Hon and Mrs W A Stith DIcK Mr kit Porter Falls of Rough andI Mr J D Babbage Cloverport There are five good crops of wheat aggregating about 800 acres in theI Bewleyville neighborhood They belong to W J Piggott C H Drury Zack Stith Eli Wilson and Hon Chas Blan ford The yield IB estimated at 20I bushel to the acre About twothirds of last years tobacco crop has been planted This information comes from all sections and is substantially correct In most sections planters were short of plants Capt A J Gross has set out 85000 plants of Burley about the largest single crop in the county All Druggist ask the readers of this paper to test the value of Kodnl Dyspepsia cure Those persons who have used it andI who have been cured by it do not hesitate to recommend it to their friends Kodol digests what yon eat cures indigestion dyspepsia and allI stomach troubles Increases strength by enabling the stomach and diges tive organs to contribn e to the blood all of the nutriment contained in the food Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is pleasant and palatable Elect Scott and Pate 7pe1cla1man of the Republican county com mittee at a meeting of the committee hold here last Saturday Charles Scott was elected secretary of the county committee ScrofulasFoware entirely free from if It may develop so slowly as to cause hills It any disturbance during the whole period of childhood Sjjf It may then produce irregularity of tho9I catarrhfbefore manifesting Itself in much cutaneous swellingIt are quite 1tree from It and for Its complete eradication you can rely on Hoods Sarsaparilla The best of all medicines for all humors Met at West View The Hanlinsbnrg District Sunday school convention meet at West View Saturday An excellent programme recently published in the News was rendered Something Ho Didnt Knows In the war with France previous to the French revolution an English drummer not more than fifteen years of age having wandered from his camp too near the French lines was seized and brought before the French commander On being asked who he 1wuS by the general he answered A drummer in the English service This not gaining credit a drum was sent for and ho was desired to beat a con plo of marches which he accordingly did The Frenchmans suspicion being however not quite removed he desired the drummer to beat a retreat A retreat sir replied the youth I dont know what that Is The answer so pleased the French officer that he dismissed the drummer and wrote to his general commending his spirited be havior tOne Secret of CnniCKleH SIICCCHH Business rivals of Andrew Carnegie were at one time helpless to account for his ability to undersell them in whatever market they turned to They pent experts quietly to look over Lila work ami report Mr Carnegie it is said heard of their presence lie in vited them to an Inspection with him self as guide and at last offered to show them the secret of Lila success He took them into a room lined with books and reports where a dozen clerks were at work on documents and figures This room represented an ex penditure of 80000 a year It is worth that said Mr Carnegie for a business man to know at any moment all the details of his business Worlds Work The Under Pnntrr The modern term butlers pantry marks the coalescence of two ofilces formerly distinct when the butler or boteler presided over the buttery or botclerle and the punter or panther over the pantry or bread closet The duties of carver sewer and cupbearer were held to be very honorable ones and could be discharged by men of high rank and in great establishments the butler the pantler the porter and the officers of all the several household departments hall each his own contingent of grooms and yeomen Marie Antoinette Scrawl Marie Antoinettes lace shawl which she gave on the scaffold to her father confessor the Abbe de 1Orme is still in existence The abbe who emigrat ed left it at his death to the Prelate Strobach in Breslau It has since pass ed through the hands of two or three clergymen and was finally presented to the church at Neunedorf by Pastor Telnrichs DENNISONS Crepes Paperfor cool nob- bySHowday hatsOne roll makes a hat ALL COLORS Regular price 10 cents per roll Our price 8 cents per Roll 3 Rolls for 20 cents I JNO D BABBAGEI m VV j HENDERSON ROUTE FOR KENTUCKY DAY Jr Arrangements for taking probably the largest delegation that has yet attended the Louisiana Purchase Imposition are complete in all essential particulars Tne joint committee of Athe Board of Trade the Commercial Club and the Merchants and Man ufacturers Association of Louisville appointed to cooperate with the Ken tucky Worlds Fair Commission in promoting the celebration of June 15 as Kentucky day at the Worlds Fair reported to those bodies last week that a rate of f8 for the round trip had been secured from the railroads good for ten days returning This is a reduction to one fare fur the round trip and is the lowest rate that has yet been put in The usual Tuesday rate of 7 of course is in force but is not good on sleepers The same rate was made by the Henderson route the Southern and the Balti more rand Ohio Southwestern The committee decided upon the Hender son route for the special train A private car will be provided for Gov Beckhatn and his party and ate tached to this train On the sane tram will be taken the committee from the battleship Kentucky who will present the homeward oonnd colors of the battleship to the Govern VERY trrWorlds Fair Grounds St Louis Mo June IThe Kentucky building at tho Worlds Fair Grounds has such a prominent site and is so invit ing both as to exterior and iinterior that it is in great demand foi use for outsiders who wish to give business and social entertainments During the next ten days there will be three very prominent functions within the new Kentucky home On Thursday af ternoon the American Press Humor ists an organization whose membership includes Mark Twain Bob Burdette Eli Perkins and seventy five otherTfunny men of national note will hold a business session of an hour followed by an informal recep tion by the Kentucy Commission On the same evening Miss Mozelle Price the beautiful daughter of Mr Sim Price a former Kentuckian will give an informal reception to the entire West Point corps encamped on the Exposition grounds This will be one of the most delightful of the many entertainments in honor of the West Point boys the Kentucky building having been tendered to her by the Kentucky Commission for the occasionOn Tuesday the Alabama All the I Boys Girls who are their Way by Times the of the boys and from who are Bros Col lege Green Misses Hull and Cora and W D Barnes J T i rick Will Trent f t p or in the Tho of this will be and in Louis ville under care of a com mittee of the bodies j to St Louis where they will be the of the Fair have been made for a band which will take part in the in St Lonis Invi tations will be sent to towns all over the State that be sent to to join the local men in the of the day will be made for l to join the train at all the on the a route of Trade and the Club directory have made to cover the cost of music and and a con has been made for the Mer chants and Association Itlis that all who epect to go will their berth in at the office There will be no assessment for any of the ex of musio and that provided by the bodies who want to DO con on day IS give an re building the of the r will be by cards only This is to fol low the of j in and of the statue of cost in iron from the dis trict The of will be made hy The of the statue of will be by Miss of of the and t Board of Lady of tne Ken of St Louis was held i in the building when plans were laid for a big recep tion by this to the the State oil cers Court of and Press on even Ing June 16 at the build ing B the preA ident of the over the and his wife over the Board ot Lady t 1 Mr Hawes has been by tho association to the tion in the day on June 15 at Hill A REPUTATION The Geo Delker Cos in the is well cefullydesignedIt stands for the lowest at good can orisclfTheir buggies made the name not the name the buggies Write for new or call at on Elm Street Henderson Ky GEO Sold by If does thefactoryFrom Breckenridge Under caption Breckenridge County and Paying through College Teaching Country SchoolsSaturdays Louisville contained pictures following girls this county attending at Bowling Benola Messrs Spradlin Lambert Lewis Jolly Herbert PaulShrewsberry Walls AHend Gideon Squires Shellman Joe Lonnie Dowcll and Murray Blanford Kentucky building members committee received entertained commercial and escorted guests KentnCkYE Worlds Commission Arrangements splendid ceremonies asking delgations Louisville business celebration Provision delegations important points Henderson TheBoard ComI mercial appropriations badges similar tribution Manufacturers contemplated make reservations person railroad uponjindividuals penses incidentals being commercial Louisville splcuouslylpresent Kentucky KENTUCKY BUILDING POPULAR ComihlsslonTwill ception ntthe Kentucky through courtesy KentuckyS Commission Admission reception dedication Alabamas exhibition thePalace ofMines Metallurgy whichjconsists chiefly mammoth Vulcan Birmingham remarks President Francis christening colossal Vulcan Miriam Jackson Birmingham- A meeting directors Managers tucky Society Kentucky Monday society Kentucky Commission Kentucky Appeals Kentucky Association Wednesday Kentucky MrHarry Hawes presided directors meeting Managers meeting selected represent organiza Kentucky exercises Festival KNOWN reputation vehicle business knownIt prices which really vehicles catalogue factory THE DELKER C-Ot CORPORATION dealers everywhere your dealer Cherry McCoy Vessels special informal welcome soniety ftpostmaElter New Postmasters 1 J T Petty at Barretts f Frry Ohio county l Childrens Day Services The Sundayschool at McDaniels Will render their Childrens Day proms gram next Sunday at 11 oclockrEverybody invited to bring dinner aid i spend the dayV4 Mrs J D Sawyer of Charlottesville Vsis the guest of Mr and Mrs RN tHudson 11 a c AgedAgebowels weak kidneys and bladdyer and TORPID LIVER i PillsJl E organstI iisUmulaUng their natural functions a IMPARTING VIGOR LIVERThey4 l iiThe Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JUNE 8 1001 i- ilIoj Notice W B Oelzes ad J Always best meala Englleb Always best meRlsEnglish Kitchens Cadicks Mixed feedBabbage Son Get In on onr 5500000 contest t 1Seead t 11Bellt9 Ice cream alwaysEnglish- tt JKltohenjf Burbank seed potatoes 160 bu p jV Popham Bro alwaysEnglishIi Kitchen 4 Rosin Co per lb 8 lb for 10o Pop + k ham Bros W C Keenan left Sunday lor Waynoaka OKla A good ham sandwich for Co v English Kitchen I i Dr Prices Flake Celery Food Babbage Son May magazine C cents eathJ D j Babbage See ad Lemonade best ever nmde English I Kitchen Drink it i Great values in stylish summer hatsJudith Miller u CO calling cards CO centsJ D Bab bage 100 for 75 cents IK Low prices on high priced hats Y this week Jndith Miller 1 r1 Oranges bananas fruits of nil kinds English Kitchen f1i The new things in hats for sum mer wearJudith Miller x All kinds of showday drinks for show gnest English Kitchen 1000000thats the first prize in our 2500000 contest See ad S Greatest contest we have conducted this year1000000 first prize r 100 gets the News a year and a iS guess in our 2500000 contest See ad Cold pop show day and all days V English Kitchen Drink it- t Dr Walker will be at Caster Jnne 13 14 15 and 16 to do dental work Lilbon Smith went to Webster Monday 1 to spend a week with Edward Harris t x Dr Fred DeHaven of Louisville Jwas the guest of relatives here Sun pday jjf Porter Bradehaw of Hardinsburg was In the city several days the past weekMrs Mollie Hambleton came up from Henderson yesterday to visit I relativesToilet I I papor Co rollPopham Bros Heavy smoked bacon lOc lbPop- A ham Bros We always carry salt lime cement mixed feed and shlpntnff in stocK Popham Bros f Mrs J M Fitch and little son James and Alfred Popham spent yes terday In Lodibnrg Mrs Harry Morrison went to Can nelton Saturday to attend the bedside 7 of her sister Miss Veva Batt e Iff j No business of importance was transacted by the city council at its X regular maeting Monday night A PlMrs J W Porter returned last iW nsday to Owensboro after a f visit to Mr and Mrs E B Oglesby y The condition of Miss Veva Batt of Cannelton formerly of this city who has been seriously ill is ImprovI l edMr and Mrs E L Wheeler of Louisville who were the guests of J Mr and Mrs J M Fitch have re I turned home Highest cash and trade price paid for chickens eggs feathers gtn seng yellow root May apple root etc Popham Bros Mrs Geo E Chick of Mt Sterling Ky came down Saturday to attend the marriage of her niece Miss Mary Oglesby and visit her sisters Mrs Chic is a welcome visitor to this i towij1 1Iy J Disease takes no summer vacationIf need flesh and strength us- eScotts Emulsionc summer as in winter c Seed let tea impl SCOTT h BOWNE Chip- 9Ns Pearl Street New York lsr sdt est ill drr lst+ Full meals oEngllsh Kitchen Full dinner served for 25 cents a tho English Kitchen- C W Moorman Jr was in Louis ville several days last week Just received a new line of eocKa suspenders and handkerchiefsPop- ham Bros Father Brey held Corpus ChrISti ser Catholicschurch Thursday Julian Brown returned yesterday from a trip of several weeKs in the West for his health Mr and Mrs Joe Cnlley returned from a visit to their uncle Dick Witt near Irvington Mrs Maude Williams of Addison was the guest of Mrs Jas T Skill min several days last week fromnOwensboro Sunday to visit her parents Mr and Mrs Jno Graham Mr and Mrs Fraize Mattingly of Owensboro were the guests of Mr and Mrs 0 B Mattingly Sunday Mr und Mrs Thos Watkins ar rived in the city Saturday from St Joseph Mo to visit friends Miss Ruth Younger of Huwesville has been the guest of her brother flea Younger the past week Miss Clara Dyer who has been the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs J J Dyer returned Thursday to Phil potGeo Graham left Monday for Hop kinsville to accept the position ofas sistant engineer at the Western Asy lumOde Young of MorganHeld was the guest of his sister Mrs C B Skillman from Thursday until Sat urdayMiss Snllle Lightfoot of Hawes ville was the guest of her brother Dr F L Lightfoot several days last week Mrs Leon McUnvock and children were the quests of her father T D Ireland at Skillman several days last week J C Engleman who has been with the WB Oelze jewelry and music store went to Cincinnati last Wednesday to secure a position Mr and Mrs Gus Gibson nnd Mrs Larkin Gibson attended the funeral of Mrs Richard Bennett at Stephens port last Wednesday- Mr and Mrs Wm Morton of Glendeane were in the city Satur day en route to Cannelton to attend the bedside of Miss Veva Batt Mrs J A Ross and Mrs V G Babbage will leave Friday to attend the annual meeting of the Woman Foreign Missionary Society at Hops kinsvilleMiss McGarvof HardinsburgI- S night operator at the local telephone exchange in place of her sister Miss Belle McGary who will go to the Worlds Fair next week Mrs H L Stader left Monday for several months visit to her aunt Mrs Henry Richards at Helena Mont She was accompanied to Evansville by hersister Mrs Chas Hall Mr and Mrs Marion Weatherholt and little sonForrest Dryden left Mons day for a two weeks visit to relative in Kansas and a trip to the Worlds Fair at St Louis on their return Mrs Ella Gregory of Brandenburg and Miss Mary Jarboe and Edmund Wroe of this city left Saturday for Lexington to take a six weeks nor mal course at the State College To endeavor to work upon tho vulgar with flno sense is like attempting to hew blocks with a razor Pope The Garden of Eden According to the best authorities it was in Armenia that the garden of Eden spoken of in the book of Genesis was planted Most of the evidence in support of this theory is topograph ical Tho Bible says that the garden was watered by a rlvfer running through it which afterward divided into four heads The names of these are given as Plson Glbon Hlddckel and Euphrates Thero Is little diffi culty about the latter and Illddekcl Is commonly Ulentlfled with the Tigris both of which rivers rise in the moun tains of Armenia The others are lo cated by assuming them to be Aras and tho Kur streams which also rlso in tho Armenian hills In old documents Armenia Is often referred to nn the laud of tho four rivers orUtho cradle of the human race Thojjgji Armenia does not go quite back to the time of Adam the countrys history is traced to Iti first ruler Halg the great grandson of Japheth Some Queer Definition In the Bailey dictionary of 1074 the word eollbus Is defined as follows Collbus a humming bird which makes a noise like a whirlwind though it Is no bigger than a fly It feeds on dew tins an admirable beauty of feath ers and a scent as sweet as that of musk or ambergris The same authority thus describes the lorlot or oriole Lorlot a bird that being looked upon by one that has yellow jaundice cures the person and dies Itself Delplnos dictionary 1703 says of tho leopard Lleupnrd or leopard a yellow beast exceedingly swift subtle and fierce and of such a sweet savor that it allures other beasts to it by which means they are caught and de voured i q I tLI 1 Newsoms COLUMNu One Piano Harvester with self Binder In good running order Call for a ba- rgalnR iL Newsom Now my friends I advise you not to read the following list if you expect to hold on to your money as the tempta tion will be very great to invest it in some of the bargains offered- I shall take pleasure in driving you around and showing you the city propertyNo and house Oak and Main 2000 No 55Lot and house Oglcsby Avenue 1000 No and house Eusthmd WO NoO Lot and house Oak street 800 No 7 Lot and house Fourth street 800 Nov Lot and house Huston street 500 NoO Lot and house Third and Center 500 No 10 Lot and house Ilardlns Creek 500 No 11 Lot First street 500 No 12 Lot and house Short Lino II R 400 No 13 Lot und house Oak street 3M No 14 Four pasture lots 300 No 15 Tollgate house 300 Nolfl Lot and house River street 300 No IT Lotnnd house Hirer street SOO No 18 Lot and Louse Wall street SOO No 10 Lot and house Oak street 275 No20 Lotand house Kastlund 250 No 21 Lot and house Eastland 250 No2J Lot und house Center street 300 No23 Lot Wall street 220 No24 lot Wall street 220 No 23 Lot and house Walnut street 200 No 20 Lot and house SI Hardln 200 175No175NoNo30 Lot Fifth street 75 No 31 Lot Ed rare Fifth street 150 No 32 Lot Ed Pate corner Chestnut 75 No 33 Lot on Short Lino It U 100 No 34 Lot nour Sum Dean 75 No 35 Lot near Mary Dean 75 NoSO Lots 3J Center street 150 No37 Four acres BIshop HilL 250 No 39 Lot I acre and Section louse 15 Nod Lot Oak street near Sanders 150 No 40 Lot und house Third street 250 No 41 Farm 80 acres and house SOO No 42 Farm 100 acres and house COO No 43 Farm 52 acres on Pike 5100 No 44 Farm 32 acres and house on ipike 200 No45 Woodland 5 acres 275 No 41 Woodland 70 acres 300 No 47 Woodland 02 acres 400 No4S Woodland 72 acres 375 No 411 Three building lots Elm street 300 No 50 One acre and stone quarry on plku 25 ORDER BY NUMBER- I also hnvo an Austin Stone Crusher with 12hor o power Eclipse Frick Engine which I 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 und can be set to crush it into dust Engine power sufficient to run a saw mill Come to It L Nowsom if you want Deeds Mortgages Agree ments and other writings done up literaryformpapers fore any legal tribunal Ho also acts as Notary Public countyAttention out and certifying of Pension Certificates HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Round trip homeseekers excursions to West and Southwest first and third Tuesdays each month at greatly reduced rates One way second class colonist tickets to South and Southeast first and third Tuesdays each month at reduced rates Coach Excursions to the Worlds Fair will he run on each Tuesday and Thursday commencing Tuesday May 17 and continnelng tur ugh until Thursday June 30 Fare 080 limit 7 days including date of sale no hand baggage checked 125 for round trip Oloverport to Louisville and return Sunday May 15 on trains leaving Cloverport 507 a m and 040 a m good returning all trains same date General Association of Kentucky Baptists Campbellsville Ky June 13 18 1004 For this occasion rate of 503 for round trip Cloverport to Campbellsville Ky nnd return will be made on June 13 and 14 good returning June lO 1904 Following Worlds Fair tickets on daily sale Cloverport to St Louis Seas on ticket 1130 60 day ticket 955 15 day ticket f035 Bend Meiin Food In Yucntun From remote times the natives of Yucatan have been accustomed to make offerings to the souls of the departed particularly a certain plo that they call food of the soul The crust must be of yellow corn the Interior tender chicken and small pieces of pork These pies are wrapped In leaves ts jtho banana tree and baked under ground between hot stones When done they are placed on the graves or hung from trees close by Sometimes after leaving them thero for an hour or two the living take home tho pies and enjoy them saying that the souls have already drawn from them all the ethereal part of the substance Where Lntlu Is Still Spoken In tho central part of the Balkans far up in tho mountains between Bul garla Servla and Turkey thero Is a community of mountaineers among whom strangers seldom go During the ascendency of the Roman empire a Roman colony was founded here and then forgotten on account of Its remoteness For the reason that the descendants of those ancient colonists have never mixed with the people about them they retain their original characteristics even to the language In several villages the Latin that the peasants speak Is so plain that stu dents of classic authors can understand them fTrp for lunch an Engle1 ltohens- andwiob v show day 5 cents a L 2= p- U r y W ris + J JAdvertisements Inserted under this head atone cent Ia word per week u u FOR SALE pUINTINO Presses and Cutting machines muchlntliAlsoEnKlncsMAHTIN OA11LE 510 3rd Street Louisville Ky COU SALEHurrcd Plymouth Rock Eggs 1 guaranteed pure bred stock 100 per 15 Gui fill all orders promptly Send me an TCoxLOSTCOW I holeIntoJelTL II ST L TIME TABLE EAST ROUND No 46 Dally Fast Train loaves Cloverport 507 A M stops at West Point only arrives at Louisville 715 A M No 42 Dally Mull and Express leaves Clo arrives 040 A MI stops at all way stations Louisville 1215 1 M No 44 443151 and Express leaves Clo verport stops at all way stations ex cept Pierce Arrives Louisville 710 P M WEST BOUND ExpressleavesClovcrlort vlllo 1350 PM arrives St Louis 716 151 PowersOwensloroSpottsrilleBaskets leavesOIoverport stationsNo 45 dally St Louis fast train 1 leaves Clo AM1 1lawesvllleOwenboro I1allyleavest stations Arrives at Evansvllle 1 lIl1 a m Returning leaves Evunsvllle at 530 p m arrives at Cloverport 830 p m connection cept FundayTrains 411 43 and 44 make con Kordsvlllc train 46ParlorI 441Throl1 JOHN S GULLEY BRICK CONTRACTOR N Louisville Ky J1 Gasoline for Sale at News Office entrI1OIJt pin VpEtrlloquIain Is but the peculiar method of vocalization which differ Ing from the ordinary colloquial way of making articulations forward In the mouth alters the directions of these sounds by so managing the conforma tlon of the mouth and lips aa to keep back the vocalized sounds and muse their utterance to be so mulllcd anti hollow UB to appear like sounds more or less remote It may be described as the art of speaking In such a way as to cause a hearer to believe that the sound comes not from the person speaking but from a different source The sounds are formed by the same organs as the emissions of sound com monlythe larynx the palate the tongue the lips etc The art of the ventriloquist consists merely In this After drawing a long breath the performer breathes It out slowly fluid gradually dexterously modifying and diminishing the sound of the voice by the muscles of the larynx and the palate Besides this he moves his lips as little as possible and by various contrivances diverts the at tcnllon of his audience The Vital Element In Art Surely the vital question as to any creative work must be What lasting effect does It have on him who has once come under Its spell That ef feet must always take the form of a moro or less vivid and enduring IIm pression stamped upon the memory by the greatest of artists the imagination Few may be able even to recall that hour of delicious terror doubt and hope whether in tho actual theater or curled up with the folio In the cozy corner while wo really wondered breathlessly whether Juliet and Romeo would at last escape together through the tomb of the Capulets to some far land that does not sin against the rights of youth nut now what Is it all to us save a single pathetic pIc- ture of love despair and death The end Is Indeed even while we watch the passing scene always much nearer to us than tho beginning Mercutlo Purls Romeo are dying already when they utter their first defiant Jest or tender phrase Scribners May magazines iro at 5 cents now J D Babbnge See ad DR FENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackache Kidneysbladder aCheUeartDlseaseGravel Also Rheumatim Hack CUREDropsy Female Troubles Dont become discouraged There Is a cure for you If necessary write Dr Fencer Ho has spent a life time curing just such cases as yours All consultations Free 1 suffered a blongtime with what the doctors claimed was lumbago Was down in bed un able to move without great pain Two bottles of Dr Fennerfl Kidney and Backache Cure cempletely cured me and I have had no return of the trouble nor any signs of rheumatism FRED BRANDT Dyer Muncie IndtDruggists 50c 11 ASh1 fur Cook Boo1tFars For Bate fi shin A nayaea THE BIG CIRCU- SIsOoming SATURDAY JUNE 11th 1904 o IN When you come to town make U V t OurIIStore your stopping placeII ALWAYS WELCOME = J C NOLTE BRO MASONIC TEMPL- ECLOVERPORT KY a 1t M M6M IND KENTUCKY DAY AT TilE WORLDS FAIR THE BANNER DAY OF TilE EXPOSITION THE HENDERSON ROUTE OFFICIAL LINE FOR KEN TUCKIANS S Governor Becklmm tho Louis vilje Board of Trade the Com morcial Club and the Merchants and Manufacturers Associations have chosen tho popular Hender son Route as the Oflicial Line to St Louis for the great Kentucky Day Celebration I When purchasingfyour tickets ask for them over the Henderson bate the Free Reclining Chair Car Line GARRETT Little Robert JtBcifes is on the sickI list cwN SiHWfey i We regret to hear of the death of John Hager JM Tiudall and G R Miles Syenf to Brandenburg Saturday t Master Kellie and Curtis Miles are spending a few weeks with their grand parentsMrs Nancy Peak ofj Louisville Is the guest of her sisterfciMrs Chris Ritchie of near here Taylor Sipes and wife and Blant Shacklett and wife sere the guests of Thomas Thornsberry and family Friday Mrs Joe and Robert Scifres entertained several to dinner Sunday Among them were Mr and Mrs MatScifres and Mrs Lizzie Whitehead end children- of Vine Grove Betrothed nt Birth In some punts of west Africa tho girls have long engagements On tho day of their birth they are betrothed to a baby boy a trifle older than themselves and at the age of twenty they are married The girls know of no oth er way of getting a husband nnd so they are quite happy and satisfied As wives they are patterns of obedience and the marriages usually turn out a success Aggravating tile ORene Ive come to tell you sir that tho photographs you took of us the other day are not at all satisfactory Why nly husband looks like an npe Well madam you should have thought of that before you bad him takenWomans Journal r B F Arbdrnof Patesvlllc went to OWesboior1 id yff i I I For 20 Year- sCADICKS GOLD- DUST FLOUR has been used by bakers and hasnt disappointed yet With such a record of time quality and runty back of CADICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR you take no chances in buying a barrel or sack today Get it from your own grocer CdickGRANDVIEW Milling COILouisville Live Stock Market Reported by Dan Brooks ItCo Central Stock Yards Louisville June 6CaUlenrrivals were light and all sold early the gener al market being 10i5c higher all handyweight butcher stock ready ssle at the to padvance and absorbed early Hulls canners fresh cows and springers steady Few stockers and feeders on sale best grades iu active demand at current values common kinds slow at usual low prices Market for heavy shipping steers showed the full strength of the advance and all choice offerings sold early at top prices Pens cleared Prospects good CalvesChoice veals f43545Q common and heavy calves J3fl75 HogsOfferings were fairly liberal and with n strong local demand prevail ing the offerings were disposed of early nt loc advance over Saturdays price all choice hogs 165 Ibi and up 175 light shippers t50 heavy pigs 425 light pigs J325a50 roughs 4425L- ate advices front other markets being lower the advance was partly lost Prospects easy Sheep and Lambs Offerings light All choice fat sheep and prime sprug lambs really sole at quotations Pens cleared Tobinsport Wins Theuklcl nine of Tell City was defeated in a game of base ball at Tobinsport Sunday afternoon by the Tobinsport team by a score of 10 to 4 Sued by Ills Doctor j A doctor here sued mefor fl350 which I claimed was excessive for a case of cholera morbus says E White ot Coachella Cal At tho trial he praised his medical skill and medicine I nsued him if it was not Chamberlains Colic Cholera and IJfnrrhoualllemedy housed as I Ihna good reason to believe it was 1nnd he would not say under oath that it was not Nodoctor could use n bet ter remedy than this in ri case of cholera morbus it never fails Sold by Short Haynes Worlds Fair Admissions St Louis Jane 5 Recorded admis sions to the WOrlds Fair for the week ending Saturday Juno 4 aggregate e 878140 Thus far last week snowed the heaviest attendance of any at any fair Mrs T B Pell Dead Mrs T B Pell one of LewisportV most estimable women died at her home in that place Friday The ib torment was in the Lewisport ceme tery Sunday aCternoonII OAr ZOR= A o Bean thrr1M Kind Yea Haw Allays Bw Slgniture q J y NUnntK + s r 1 q 1 The Breckenridge News I= = cC WEDNESDAY June 8 1004 t PERSONAL AND 1 IMPERSONAL The apple crop is naarly a failure here while peaches will be plentiful There will be aoont onehalf HS asIwas planted last year Plants are scarce an llatA and farmers are not interestedRev I Morgan a local preach er of Weber tells o a curious exper aIsmall lump to rise on his back which gave him no end of trouble He tried in vain to get some one to lance the place hoping it would relieve him At last he persuaded Lee Miles his neighbor to work on it with his pock et Knife when to the surprise of both a large sized wolf such us gets in the backs ot poor cows was extracted It was alive and fat and as large asII his thumb He says he got well right The Cause of Manyt Sudden Deaths o j There Is a disease prevailing in thl J country most dangerous because so cecepI dis covery Many sudden I pneumonia heart failure or apoplexy are result of kidney disease If kidney trouble is al lowed to advance th- ekidneypoisoned blood attack the vital organs or the kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell a Bladder troubles most always result from a derangement of the kidneys a is obtained quickest by a proper treatment ofnkidneys If you are feeling badly you KmersSwampandbladderremedyIt to hold urine and scalding pain in passing It and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to extraordinary effect of SwampRoot is realized be SwampRoot is pleasant to take and sold all druggists in fiftycent and onedollar mayhavethis wonderful new and a book that tive byIoften the will and cure the manytImessoon wonderfulby tellS all about ii both Home of SwampRoot I CoBinghamton i reading this generous offer in this paper theNameSwampRoot iin on every bottle ty wnVr + +r er ar + T+p4+ rntM t wcmsTmGUNS These guns are a a price For and lasting are in a class by They are in 12 and 16 gauge in full or modified choke for or full for and duck They can be down without any tools To get the best results use Loaded in guns as one is for the other FREE Sendfor our 160page Illustrated ARMS CO NEW HAVEN CONN how me differ At a of the farmers att their lodge one member satd he had ready to do some certain work on a when he noticed the moon was not right for such work He I wnss right for such work Another member saia that at n certain time in theI moon be his beans Ilist year while his did not He plant ed cut shorts pole and step which came up and grew and till frost while his beans came up bore a and then up He said he this cad then the of the member agreed that there wasI heap in the A UloonII the time to ure Some it to be plowed and some not It was finally decided that If it was put un der in the dark moon it was all right M Pellville Ky OdelenCrutcher Frank Crntcher of and Miss Mary Ld len of Big Spring will married at St Martin today Rev Neihaus They are quite y ung people and have friends who extend congratulations Meade CountyMessenger The Wets filed a notice of with the County Clerk the local election held this city ou Messengert Americas Europes Greatest Performers The Great Martell The Bicyclists in all the Great Garcinetti 8 In EuropeTheThe Raschctta Europes Barrel Jumpers I Miss Effie Indisputably the Most Astonishing Equestrian- on Earth I Dockrl11I in Circles Miss Kitty Especially selected EuropeMissA RidingExcitesApplauded TAKEDOWN REPEATING SHOT at lowclass strong shooting qualities they themselves cylinder brush and field shooting choke trap shooting taken Instantly always Winchester Shells these made catalogue WINCHESTER REPEATING awayIt astonishing scientific meeting recently everything building accordingly dismissed planted neighbor beans remaining green succulent neighbors while dried could prove majority thought ought under Moseley Flaherty officiating popular many Will Contest Election contest Monday contesting option May Coun Family Very Greatest World The Family number Brothers Greatest Dutton Bareback Arenic Kruger Wildly highclass production made Factory 20Meade = 1lIow They Stand Democratic conventions were held 1In three states and one territory last Wednesday A total number of sev entysix delegates were elected in the four conventions and of this number Jndge Parker will get tiftvfonr Ueoreia bound her delegation of twentysix to the national conven flow with Parker Instructions In Michigan no instructions were given but the unit rule was adopted ana the twentysix delegates selected will favor the nomination of Parker in St Louis No instructions whatever were given tor the presidential nom ination by the Nebraska Democrats The Oklahoma convention did not in struct its delegates the above conventions were IAfter standing of the candidates was as follows For Parner 172 For Hearst 85 For OIney 32 For Wall 30 Uninstructed 802 Parkers estimated strength 4U5 Number of delegates in convention 088 Necessary for nomination 059 Number of delegates chosen 621 Driven To Desperation Living at an out ot the way place remote from civilization H family is often driven to desperation in case of accident resulting in Burns Cuts Wounds Ulcers etc Lay in a supply of fiucklens Arnica Salve Its the best on earth 25c at Short Hay Drug Store i Grand Free Street Parade 1030 AM 2 Exhibitions DailyAfternoon at 2 and at Night 8 oclock CLOVERPORT SATURDAY r- fT j t ifuJh f t x f f FOOD FOR BOYS AND GIRLS The more natural diet is more palatable invigorating and strengthening to body and mindright to the contrary with unnatural improperly prepared food which stunts the growth dwarfs the mind causes alack of will power and steadiness of nerve No doubt that fifty per cent of the failures in life can be W traced to improper diet when young 4 ff- t t1 fls PRICESWH- EAT J Jb I Ji FLAKE CELERY jfsi 1 t FOOD 1 I t Iis a natural food and is healthy for growing children Let the children try it and note after continued tuse the mental and physical vigor it imparts Palatable Nutritious Easy of Digestion and Ready fo EltI i Mytgnaturcn Ii ctry package Z t IlG eeJn I 0 Dr Price the creator of Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder and Delicious Flavoring Extractsnn Pripirf by PRICE CEREAL FOOD CO Filet Mills IATTLE CREEK MICH Main Offlns CNICAIDrt For Sale by V G BABBAGE SON CloverportKy Tft Ji oJ jy y lOc magazines for 5etsu 1 Below is a list of magazines for February March and April wo offer at 5 cents their reg ular prices are from five to twentyfive cents Good reading in every one of them They wont n stay with us long at five cents each Come quick and get the ones you want before they leave a us Add 5 cents foj1 postage if ordcd by mail at tb Munsey Everybodys Vim Outing t Criterion Collier Weekly Puck L H Journal Ladies World HcCIures Delineator T C Home aS 1 JNO D BABBAGE Cloverport Ky 7t 7t tt tt h f 1 4 Coming in all its Gorgeous Grandeur 0 SELLS DOWNS 1 UNITED SHOWS 3 Rings 2 Stages Halfmile Track Scores of Original Features 100 Phenomenal Acts 25 Clowns 20 Hurricane Races 10000 Seats 1000000 Menagerie Camels and Elephants The PontiacCapt Winstons ZouavesTrained Seals Sea LionsThe Finest Drilledaid Soldiers inthe World Polar Sea Marvels II William Rollands Royal Rushing 1 35 Horse Tandem HurdleRace Without doubt the greatest nronio horse trainer and sidesaddle expert whose genius originality grace and ad mirablo skill are the admiration of the most noted horsemen Daring 35 Horse Tandem Hurdle Race around the big hippodrome racing track in which magnificent display one thoroughbred is ridden and 3i others reined in the lead and i l driven at a breakneck speed jumping high hurdles as they I fly paesenting at once one of the most daring finished andII graceful feats equestrianism ever And 100 witnessedII r dI I CHEAP EXCURSION RATESII LI k JUNE 11thY L 6 i r 1 cF 1 The Breckenridge News J = 1904rIfd My Breath t Shortness of Breath Is One of the Com tmonest Signs of Heart Disease I physicsansDr Mlles New Heart Ctire has per manently restored to health many inIt pathlc of regular practicing physicians- It has proved Itself unique In the his tory of medicine by being so uniformly successful In curing those diseases Nearly always ono of the first signs of trouble Is shortness of breath Wheth er it comes as a result of walking or c running up stairs or of other exercises if tho heart Is unable to meet this extra demand upon Its pumping powers thcro la something wrong with It Tho very best thing you can do is to take Dr Miles New Heart Cure It will go to tho foundation of tho trou ble and make a permanent euro by strengthening and renewing tho nerves HeartCureof years 1 suffered from shortness of breath smothering spells and pains in my left side For months at a time I would bo unable to He on my left side and If I lay flat on my back would nearly DrtImprovoJ sideiJT dreadfulr1 pastF P DRAKE Mlddletown O youthoTrialriiRemedyht OurSpecialisti you what Is wrong and how tocosohtell COlAllORTOIUES fTo theEditor of theNews SirrFor so 1I many years your columns have been i open to us for our missionary corn fi l mnnications and while of late through stress of growing work we ofrtmany readers some items We have but returned from the annual meeting of our Womans Board of Foreign Mis eions held at Jacksonville Fla May 1824 Two of our bishops Wilson and Chandler Dr Lambuth Miss Sec of the parent Board Mr iNance from China and four mis sionaries at home on leave were among our many visitors Represen tatives of twentynine conference so- cIeties l together with officers of the r board managers etc made a good i company Iho first year of our organization 1878 4000 were the proceeds This twentysixth year was our grand totalan increase of 11068459 over the pre vIou year From one missionary in 1878 we have grown to sixtyeight in 1004 Our first field was China To it have been added Korea Mexico Cuba Brazil and Territory The two official organs of our Board are the Womans Missionary Advocate Prospective Mines Mr H W Hines of the firm of R WHines Co merchants at Fords vllle was in the city yesterday on one cf his ordinary business trips but he brought with him n handbag well fill ed with heavy substances This was the unusual feature of hlA journey The heavy substances were specimens of clays and mineralbearing rocks which were found on land near Fords ville Mr Hines took the samples toI Banker B H Poindexter who is known to be an authority on the sub jeot and to have paying interests in several rich minoj in the western part of the state Several of the specimens were pronounced to be valuable if found in sufficient quantities and further explorations will soon be made A part of the state geological corps wilt be in that locality next week and Mr Hines and others will lend all aid possible in trying to deter mine or hot there are rich deposits of minerals in thnt reg ion Second Advertising Car Advertising Car NOfor the ignited bells Downs Shows was here Thurs day The two performances to be given in this city on Saturday June 11 wero widely advertised in this and Hancock counties by the bill posters Long and praiseworthy notices of the Sells Downs United Showu are being published in our exchanges from a number of towns and cities in Ken tucky and Tennessee whe e the shows have exnioited during the past month Will Open On July 2 The Bank of Hawesville at Hawes yule will open its doors for the transaction of business on Saturday July 2 MISS DANIEL WRITES OF MISSIONARY WORK L SI3214887 ludiau whether with a circulation of 15UOOandLittle Worker with 0000 subscribers These are valuable monthlies and no intelligent Methodist family should be content without a copy of each They are fifty cents and twenty cents respectively per year We have four new missionaries to go from us this year three to China one to Brazil DrLamouth sails soon with the one new and three returning mis sionaries Bishop Wilson represents our worK in Brazil as in a flourishing condition We now have 13000 Christ ians m Brazil in our church against seventyfive in 1874 when organized Bishop Chandler reports a neat in crease ot 500 members In Mexico the past year J One conference society the S On leads us with 14000 this year Our Louisville Conference is seventh pos sibly sixth from the head In 18U8 it was thirteenth So you see we have reason to thank God ana take courage The next annual meeting of the Board will be held at Muscogee Indian Territory- I do not by any means more than touch upon this fine meeting Oiled with representative southern women But our friends over the country want sunlightItof germs and at the same time helps the growth of plants and animal life Doubt growsduringBright sunlight quickly destroys germs mould or other organisms That is why it is best to let the sunlight into your houses for its purifying influence At the Invalids Hotel and Surgical Insti tute Buffalo N Y Dr Pierce chief con suiting surgeon started experiment some three years ago with the Fmsen light in conjunction with the Xray in the treat ment of diseases He got excellent results adaptthisnecessitybe forhisagohewhich were natures remedies and suc ceeded in putting them up in a form that useThisDiscovery It maintains the patients nu trition by enabling him to eat retain digest and assimilate nutritious food It over ofindigestionsweats headaches etc are done away with It fortifies the body against the germs of consumption grip and malaria it builds up the tissues and puts on healthy flesh Those desiring to know something about the body in health and disease also medi cine and surgery without technicalities should read the Common Sense Medical Adviser which can be had for 31 cents in onecent stamps for the clothbound book Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y to know something of this movement and so we have dared task this much spaceThe annual meeting of our own Louisville Conference Society will be held at Hopkinsville June 1014 We are trusting for n great meeting Dr Margarit Polk of Soo Chow will be with us and Dr Seth Ward and other workers We have increased over 1000 over last year and our numerieal increase is most gratilying We trust some one in attendance upon it will give your readers a full report on return SincerelyTula C DanielCor Se Hardinsbnrg June 1 1004 An Alarm Clock for 25c It you want to get up early and feel good all day take a Little Early Riser or two at bed time These famous little pills relax the nerves give quiet rest and refreshing sleep with gentle movement of the bowels about breakfast time W H Howell Houston Tex says Early Risers are the best pill made for constipation siCk headache biliousness etc Sold by all druggists Goes to Des Moines Rev J S De Sobamps resigned as pastor of the Baptist church at Hawes rifle last week and goes this week to Des Moines Iowa where he will continue church work I Wouldnt It Make Youi Feel Good to Get a Check for 10000 FreeTake the information below go oil to the quiet sit down and ligurc on the total Popular Vote to 1 bo cast for President in the November Election send the result to us with 100 for the News a year and we will send you a certificate of your guess and if your guess is the only nearest correct one you got tho first prize 1000000 Thats a lot of money for a guess won it dont cost a cent and that is not tho only prize thoro are 409 others to be divided among tho loss fortunnto guessers Read the list guess free with every dollar paid for the News IIOlll Here is The List of Prizes For tile nearest correct estimate or guess tlO00000 For tin second nearest correct estimate or RUOSS 500000 For tin third nearest correct estimate or RUOSS 100000 For the fourth neMrost correct estlmnto or guess 50000 For the firth nearest correct ostlmnto or guess 20000 For the sixth noarost correct ostlmato or puuss 10000 For the 10 next nearest correct ostlmntos or guesses e30 each 60000 For thea next nearest correct ostlmates or guesses e 5 each fcOOOO For the 42 next nearest correct estimates or guesses SlvuchI 88000 For the 100 next nearest correct ostltnutos or guesses 10 each 100000 For the 314 next nearest correct estimates or guesses 5each 157000 493 prizes amounting to 2100000 Valuable Information ii aid In forming your estimates we furnish the following Ogurfs The TOTAL P01TLAH VOTE for President In the year 1S64 was 4034 Tf 2- 186S was 57946 0Increase of 4223 per cent 1 T2 was O400105Increase of 1201 per cent 18ill was iaIncrollsu of 3010 per cent 1880 was 0209403 Increase of 04T percent 1884 was lOOHOSJ Increase of 907 per cent Iffi was 11308Oineransu of 1330 per cent 18P2 was 120Iit51lnerooso of 5UO percent 1890 was13P3102 Increase of 1645 per cent 1900 las139Y1mJlncrollsoof 28 per cent 1904 What will It be- FlRureltoutorRuessatlt and send In your subscription It may mean a fortune to you Ho careful to write your name figures and P O plainly Dont fall to takq dvantage of tho SPECIAL PRIZES In addition to the foregoing prizes the following SPECIAL PRIZES FOR EARLY ESTIMATES will be paid Fur tilt nearest correct guess received lbefore July 1st 3 50000 Fur the nearest correct guew received on or after July 1st and before July 15th WOOO For the nearest correct guess received on or after July lith and before August 1st 50000 For the nearest correct guess received on or utter August 1st and before August 15th 50000 For the nearest correct guess rLCel nod on or after August 15th and before September 1st 50000 For the nearest correct guess received on or after September 1st and before September ilL 60000 For the nearest correct guess received on or after September 15th and before October let 50000 For the nuuretil correct guess received on or after October 1st lord before October 15th WOOC Total 500 prizes amounting to 2500000 Subscription Blank Inclosed find J to apply on subscription account tomeIostoflico iState-w r My Estimates Of tho total vote to be oust on November 8 1001 fgrthsotllteof 1rosldunt are Remember that the CAPITAL PRIZE Is 10000 and that there are EIGHT SPECIAL PRIZES of 50000 each for EARLY ESTIMATES SEND ALL ORDERS TO THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS I Cloverport Ky SECRETARYS RECORD BOOKS 15cJ D BABBAGE SAVE MONEY ON STATIONERY tl By taking advantage of our extra JI Low Prices During July No Reduction in Either QuantityJlI ABSOLUTEISend Your Order in Whether You are Out of Stationery or Not It Will Save You Dollars BRECKENRIDGE NEWSPrin- ting Department Cloverport Kentucky MVNMMM- I 1 1i I i I 1 L The Breckenridge Newsa WEDNESDAY JUNEI8 190 BIG SPRING H Meyer went to Louisville Sun dayRev Hynes of Irvington was here last Wednesday Glen Hardaway ot West Point was hero last Saturday Born to the wife of John Hicks a daughter on June 2 Mrs Bridwell of Rmeyville iis visiting her sons Sam and Emmet Armes Mrs Rachel Nichols died after a weeks illness May 20 and w8s1 burled on Monday Miss Maggie Scott of Hardinsburg came Wednesday to visit her aunt Mrs A R Morris Miss Bennett who has been in charge of the millinery department at H Meyers will leave next Fnday Miss Ola Shumate has been engagerd to teauh the school here next fall much to the rejoicing of nil the pa tronsMiss Mary Edelenone of our most charming young ladies was marrie- to Mr Frank Crutcher of Vine Grove at St Martins on June 1 Miss Olle Mae Clarkson went to Louisville Wednesday to see her sis ter Miss Lill who is at Nortons infirmary but will be able to come home soon Miss Elizabeth Clarkson of Eliza bethtown who is staying with her grand mother Mrs A W Clarkson since his death is home visiting her brother and sister Mrs OConnor Ben Clarkson went to Louisville Monday to accompany his sister Miss Lill home who has been there the past three weeks at NortonsIntir ary where she was operated on for appendicitisMisses Lilly and Ellen Craycroft entertained at a house party last week the following young people Misses Clandie Blanford and Ida Hamilton from Marion county and Messrs Will Cambron and Lorenzo Young of Washington county 1 Cures Kidney and Bladder Troubles Deep- S ated Cases Aching Back MucuusbDischarger Etc For old obstinate deepseated Kid ney Bladder and Urinary diseases take ft bottle of Botanic Kidney Speci fie If you have agonizing pains in back swollen legs or abdomen dis charges from the uretha neuralgia of the bladder burning sensation or dUn catty in passing water alsoa frequent desire or even involuntary discharges of the urine Catarrh of the bladder is stone Brights disease disagreeable odD of the urine scanty and higu colored your kidneys and bladder are Specific discharges cease aches in the back dis appear The burning sensation stops and a perfect cure is guaranteed Botanic Kidney Specific gives strength power and health to the kidrfloss Acts directly on the uric acid and dissolves and destroys it Plea nt to the taste Especially of advised for chronic cases that rests all other treatment 1 per large bottle at my store or by express Call or write A R Fisher Cloverort Ky RAYMOND Miss Myrtle Philpot is betttrtl Mailer Walter U Bashman entertain eo several friends last week Mr and Mrs Westfield Hendry visited their parents Sunday Mrs Claude Grant visited her grandmother one day last week LittleSMabel Burch is visiting her grandmother Mrs Alex Hendry- A large crowd attended the dance at bones Rhaders last Thursday nightp Rev English tilled his regular ap pointment here Saturday and 5undaJd Roaooe Avitt and Jennie Basham were the guests of C L Avitt Satur day Mine Eva Cashman spent laws week S with Miss Fannie Rhader ut Lodi reApers I is Soraetinus the hair is not tl properly nourished It suffersS for food starves Then it falls out turns prematurely gray Ayers Hair Vigor is a- Hair Vigorha- ir a food It feeds nourishes The hair stops falling grows long and heavy and all dan druff disappears l Mjr hair win cmnlne out tor rlWy JAI8rKltiuMt afraid to rciinli It Jlur dyers listvigor talllll aUld alto reatund the uadraintor- bite ROK VAIID Landing NJ rfilM n bottle J c AYKUCO Lowell Man AllIrntrlrtlfor t Poor fair- e I an SKIN HUMORS- BLOOD HUMORS Speedily Permanently an Economically Cured by Cuticura WHEN ALL ELSE FAILS Complete External an J Internal Treatment Price One Dollar In the treatment of torturing disflg tiring itching scaly crusted pimply blotchy nnd scrofulous humors of thoi skin scalp and blood with loss of hair havebeeno most obstinate of constitutional humors such as bad blood scrofula in withdswellings ulcer ous patches in tho throat and mouthI Bore eyes coppercoloured blotches as well as boll carbuncles scurvy sties ulcers and sores arising from an Impure condition of the blood yield to the Cutlcnra Treatment when all other remedies fall And greater still If possible is tho torturingdlst1gurlng children The suffering which Cutlcura Remedies havo alleviated among the young and tho comfort they have af parentshavehomes as priceless curatives for the skin and blood Infantile and birth hu j mors milk crust scalled head eczema rashes and every form of itching scaly pimply skin and scalp humors with loss of hair of infancy and childhood are speedily permanently and economically cured when all other remedies suitable for children aud even the best physicians fall iIcnuGOGlatmentboa S4t Part S Ilae dele lalxt Doton Ili Columba eve JIrIoDrer d Chem Corp Sole froprliton Of The Great Unmoor Can I Mrs G W ashman received a letter from her son Elisha who has just recovered from smallpox and he stated that O C Shrews urry and little son and daughter is Osta and Lula Harris are down itwithIRVINGTON Will Biggs of Louisville was here li Sunday to see the hoinefolus oIl Mrs llqttindlyof Louisville is hereto see her sister Mrs Redman Helen Frizzill of Cannelton Ind the guest of Mrs John Bolden We regret to hear of Jake Kendalls injnrying his hand in a cutting box of Base ball game June 11 Will say in by advance Hurrah for the Irvington nineMrs Brady und Miss Jessie are at Horse Branch their old Notre to see relativesdiFither Edwin Drury was the guestwI Mr and Mrs Rout McGlothlun j last week Rev J T Lewis went to Garfield Monday to preach the funeral of Mr Dan Smith- T F Anderson of Owasso was guest of his sister Mrs John Kendall last week I 13 Glen Hardnway of West Point was hors last week enjoying a visit among old friends Mrs Giant Lewis and Miss Lena Lewis will be tho guests or the Mc Glothlans on Juno 15 Dr Eisman veterinary surgeon of Louisville was here this week to a driving horse Miss Maggie Baker one of Har lovely yotfng women is the guest of Miss Essie Biggs Mrs Eliza Jolly and Mrs R M July are delegates to the county S convention at Cloverport Mrs Nannte Wiithen left lust Friday for H months visit to relatives- in Louisville Springtield and Bards townMr Roach of Falls of Rough now a resident of the town Ho occupies part of lire F Galloways House Slin Payne will go us a reprpsenta ive for the Presbyterian Sunday to the county convention at CloverportMr Mrs Bate Herndon were appointed as delegates to attend the Sundayschool convention at Clover port June 0 Miss Payton iKtlth who has been charming visitor here for the past week left Sunday to see her brother Forrest at Guston David Hnrdaway who has recent y joined the knights of the Grip he in enjoying his new venture groceryhousehouseMrs Lizzie Kendall of Louisville washere the past week on route to her bows after a visit to her sister Miss Addle English who is almost invalid Miss Enna Chick and Elizabeth Gregory of Louisville will arrive at Mt Pisgah Thursday for a months visit to Mr and Mrs D O HeronMr and Mrs Tom Davis left fcx their new home in the country Jast HoodIto see them go Mrs John Nevitt is expecting Dr Nevitt and his little sister who has been so ill recently to her home Thursday The physicians adri a a change and country air Mr and Mrs Arnold have th sympathy of many frienas in the loss of their little baby that died of taaeaEd Bryant night operator for the Cumberland Telephone Co left Wed nesday for Bloomfield Ky Pete Smith of Gtistoo will now serve the public at the switch board Dont forget the musical and Lawn fete on the evening of Tuna 10 Fine music with Mrs Clara Haws Lewis as director Plenty of refreshing ices will be served by the little ladies of the Sunbeam Bind Come and enjoy yourself and have a nice social evening On last Friday atternoon the closing exercises of the school as taught by Prof Tuttle was enjoyed by a few Nellie Smith Kendrick Jolly Ueudry Bramblett and Louise Lewis were awarded gold medals for special work The whole school showed decided Improvement in many ways and much credit is due Mr Tuttle for faithful and consecution management of a public school Splendid tales were made by Rev Graves and Lewis and Mrs Piggott who feel and know the great importance of the school at large Notice Irvington Lodgo A O U W willc give a strawberry and ice cream supper Saturday June 11 at Bandys Hall Everybody cordially invited totattend and have a good time By order of the committee- J W Kendall jOuRW B Gardner O A Doweil I A Strong Heart assured by perfect digestion In digestion swells tie stomach and puffs up against the heart This causes is shortness of breath palpitation of the heart and general weakness Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures indigestion re of eves the stomach takes the strain the heart and restores it to a full performance of its function naturally Kolol increases the strength by enabling the stomach and digestive organs to digest assimilate and appropriate to the blood and tissues allM the food nutriment Tones the stomach and digestive organs Sold all druggists Interment at Irvington Irvington Ky June 7Speolal The remains of John Brawn who at the asylum at Anchorage ere brought here Monday and Interred in the Catholic cemetery at Mt Meroln church BEWLEYVILLE SI1PhelpMorris nnd Hufflnes Dr Walker will be at Custer June 14 15 and 16 to do dental work The Society of Equity held its regular monthly meeting Saturday after noonii BLACK CD DRAUGHT STOCK an- dPOULTRY MEDiClf E Stock and p ultry have few troubles whicH are not bowel and iliver irregularities Black o cine Draught is a Stock bowel and and for stock It puts the conditionJJndigestion Prominent in American a perfect farmers keep their herds und flocks healthy by giving them sional dose of and food Poultry Apy stock Medicine raiser vigorousIIJJ5cent halfpound air ifof this medicine from and keep his stock in health for weeks Dealers generally keep DlackDraught Stock and Poultry Medicine If yours does not send 25 cents for a sample can to the manufacturers The Medicine 60 Chat Chattanooga Hoc HELLO GA Jan 80 1901 BlackDraught Stock and Poultry Medicine ie tho beat I ever tried Our took way looking bad when you lent me the medicine and now they are getting BO One They are looking 20 percent betterS P BROOKINCJTOlf Miss Olrt Mae Shumate one of Meade countys examiners Is at home Mr and Mrs Geo NUT at Gusto are the proud parents ot a baby boy recently arrived Last week was a tine time for setting tobacco Every plant large enough was set Prof H K Taylor will lector here Thursday evening 8 ocolok on The Little White Snake theIeguest of Mrd Sarah Clarkson attend SundayeMiss Blanche Jolly tea delegate to the Sundayschool conference at Vim- n Grove and Mrs Sarah Drurv to tin convention at Cloverport Mr and MM Z T SMth and Mr and Mrs 0 D Drurv with their company took dinner with Mr and Mrs D C Heron Sunday At the meeting of the W F M S held in Jacksonville Flit the reports showed an increase of 1008450 in collections and 2400 in membership Miss Alberta Drury has none toI JBrandenburg to accompany liar grandmother l i Mrs Moorman on an ex ttensive visit to relatives near Bards t townAs you all know the General Coni Terence at Los Angeles aimitted the women delegates The ladles of that city tendered them a reception and after the addresses ana responses they sang Mine Eyeu Have Seen the Glory Miss Annie Payne is at home look ing well and very natural in her place at Sundayschool Sunday She got a tirstclass certificate at the re cent examination at Hardinsburg a Miss Bevle Cam came in for a firstc class at Brandenburg This week will be a feast intell ectually for Meade and Breckenridge The convention at Cedar Grove Tuesday and Cloverport Thursday will bring the State Workers in o our midst several of whom are announced to lecture here at Gaston and Irvington All should lay aside j boar cares of life and avail them elve ot the benefits of these talks Golden Rod SHREVE Business is very much improved Miss Dee Armstrong of Short Creek visiting at John Armstrongs- T E Butler will have all of the machinery in Ills mill by the middle July A party of young people went from here to the Pine Knob last Sunday and report a good time Dr J W Meadors funeral will be preached at Pleasant Grove church the second bunday in this month The asons will have charge and 11I big dinner will be served ou the grounds Everybody is invited I I have been troubled for sometime with indigestion and sour stomach says Mrs Sarah W Curtis of Lee Mass and have been taking Chain terlains Stomach and Liver Tablets 1that1 take these tablets and get well For 4 by Short R Haynes Humanitys Mean Streak From the Cincinnati Post They say that no matter how big a human being becomes there is a streak of meanness in him some where and sooner or later it will show Russell Sage has lost a million dol lura at a clip and viewed the dis aster philosophically Sat he will haggle over the price of an apple and allow himself to be annoyed by tri vial things that really should not con cern him Hefty Green with her millions is credited wits moving out of a com fDrtable office because her rent was dopee aefinancial way Mrs Jack Gardner the rich lend er of society in Boston contestsl most bitterly nsuit of John Wil liams colored for 3800 She maintained that be was only entitled to lf for shoveling snow from her side walk She lost the suit An Ohio man with nearly a million dollars to his credit and with no pos sibility of even spending his income built a brick block SIX inches inside his lot line and remarked Someday somebody will want to use my wall and the price of that sixInch strip of land will surprise him II It did The moan who wanted to build adjoining was surprised that a wealthy man should descena to such a petty tries in order to make a few unnecessary dollars He refused to be bled and today two fine blocks stand side by side and between them there is a space of six inches to measure greed and smallness of mind All of which goes to prove that the possession of money seldom broadens mind but does emphasize eccentri ities The rich man may be able to purchase toleration flr his peculiarities but he cannot buy respect when hIs natural meanness is apparent Humanity may remember Sage as an able financier It will remember his miserly manner of living longer All the good acts of the man who placed bis building six inches from the lot line have not sufficed to wipe out the memory of that one speaking little contemptible business act Men are only men after all Mrs Geo Bentley came up from Hawesville Friday to visit friends CASTOaXABears theTha Kind You Haw Always Bought fllgnatan of I HOT WEATHER I 1 F NERVOUS WOMEN J till Sao H4 IJnL t vr1 a prwnt font young society woman of Memphis Tenn in a recent letter from 174 saysTo whose nervous force Is often taxed to the utmost from lack of rest and Irregular meals 1 know of nothing which Is of so much benefit as Peruna I took It a few strengthIvngmanifest in giving me new strength OreyPeruna a nerve tonic nnd vital invigorator Buy a bottlo of Poruna If you do not receive all the benefits from Poruna that you expected write to Dr Hut man Columbu O Late Tobacco Deliveries Last wok a hundred or more loads of tobacco were delivered to the local buyers The heavy rains made a good season and the greater part ot the small percent + ge of the crop remain- Ing on the farm tJS hands in this section way disposed ot f f1tJ WWM 1JiDJ 1847Rogers Bros Per SetP2e60 i J7Rogers Bros Per SetP11 e40- 18A7 r tt- I Rogers Bros Silver Plated l Knives and Forks 12 Dwt J jII Goods Per Set 9- II W Be OELZE j CLOVERPORT KY I W OONOONON NNNNONN N ONO + +NN4 0000 40N0NNNNONNNNNOON000NON04N1N4NNN4000100NNONN0NON000 40- i 7 1 i NOTICE Ifil 1iZn 1 City Clove- rportGREETING tt- YO 0 0ot I w ifYou are hereby directed to summon all the good people in so i E your bailiwick to appear at the store of 4 i 1 r 11IiII- if Saturday June H 1904 it To testify in their behalf as to whether or not the said Babbage i tSon are selling their goods cheaper than any other house in town for 4 f the cash as well as to testify whether said goods compare in quality with any on the market and you will please make due return on thatday as to how you have executed this summonsrGiven under my hand this 7th day of June A D 1904 V G BABBAGE Prop l0000100000010000N001000004els00N400N00N00e00N1 NNNN04N400 ON0NNNn4+ 4 + + 010N000NON0NN0000N0r r 1 6- s a