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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 II I I IC6IALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXVIII GLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 22 1904 8 Pages NO 49 1DeathE of Robt Woods Jr ift After an illness of several months from which he was thought to be re covering Robert E Woods Jr seven jJ years oil Idled yesterday just before 11 ILebanonrr lId left him only a short time before v to go to church teellng assured that the boy was recovering and out o danger He was taken ill with scarlet i P fever in February and complications I tlr Infirmary1iafter a few wieks there under the 1 care of his mother and the nurses f Mr Woods spent one or two days Every week with him and yesterday fA left him for a short time his CDH iiaprovementThe ville today nod the funeral will be held at U oclock tomorrow from the 4 family residence 2100 Brook street nnusuallyIfavorite with all who knew him He sessedJltt III attractive to old as well as young Mondays CourierJournal I RobtE Wood Sr was born and reared in this city and is well known there and also in the county Startling Evidence Fresh testimony in great quantity is constantly coming in declaring- Dr Kings New Discovery Consump tion Cough and Cold to be unequaled A recent expression from T J Mo Farland Bentxrville Va serves as r example He writes I had Bron V chitis for three years and doctored all rv the time without being benefited Then I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery Mnd a few bottles wholly cured me Equally effective in oaring all Lung and Throat troubles Consumption Pneumonia and Grip Guaranteed by Short Haynes Drug gists Trial bottles free regular sizes SOo and 100 0 j Keep Your Money at Home When you get a catalogue from a f big mail order house just look and jjjaee whatJhey pay for PJSducjgtoAlso i took and see how their terms of credit are in case you dont have the ready cash how much they will subscribe I toward keeping up the sidewalks of your town Just write and see what thay will give to assist the poor in your community After you have done this and received their reply go to Sour home merchants get their price deduct the cost ol t transportation of the goods you are thinning of buying I of the mall order house and see if It In h not more to your advantage to trade- tt at homeGlenns Graphic f An Alarm Clock for 25c k II you want to get up early and t feel good all day take a Little Early RIser or two at bed time These famous little pllsi relax the nerves give Qulot rest and refreshing sleep wits gentle movement of the bowels About breakfast time W H Howell Houston tex says Early Risers are the beat pill made for constipation sIcK headache biliousness etc Sold tiy all druggists Leg Broken By Log Hardinsburg Ky June 2LSpe- crai Hiram Winchel a farmer who resides near town on the Leltohfleld f breakhlstinjured member was set by Drs AM and J E Kincheloe and he is doing as well as could be expected The accident occnred in loading a sycamore Jogcc on a wagon It slipped and rolled downJJ w tne skids catching Mr Winohels leg underneath His son who was asslstI ing him escaped uD1njuredII Ifr I have been troubled for sometime with Indigestion and sour stomachs says Mrs Sarah W Curtis of Lee iiMIlSS and have been taking ChUlOjj t terlains Stomach and Liver Tablets which have hepled me very much iiOjj f thatftrouble with your stomach why not take these tablets and get well For sate by Short S Hn n sI+ Will be Sung July JIJ The cantata Bethlehem will be rendered at thr Methodist church Sunday evening July 8 by the choir and other singers of the town This cantata is more beautiful thaaDavldt King of Israel which wan sung be fore two large congregations several months ngo The singing will be uuII ler the direction of Mr A H Murray A IJlOaXAII Bears tbolhs Kind You Have Always lIGeghII Slgatuie of HARPOLEMOORMAN The marriage of Mr Joseph Van Dorn Harpole of Louisville to Miss Mary Moorman of this city will come as news of a pleasant nature to their many friend and acquaintances They will be wedded this evening at 8 01 ceremonyfperformed Baptist church at Third and St Catherine streets by Rev T T Eaton the pastor The affair will be quiet and will be solemnized in the presence of a few friends and relatives Miss Moorman is the daughter of Dr and Mrs J L Mooiman of this city She is one of Cloverports most nopular young ladies and has many friends Mr Harpole is fore man of the Big Four railroad shops in Louisville and is a rising young man in his vocation He went to Louis ville last April from this city where he had a position with the L H A St L railroad shops for about ten tears Mr and Mrs Harpolen bridal tour will include a trip to Benton Harbor Michigan They will reside in Louisville Well Worth Seeing One of the most interesting exhibits among tho many of alt kinds at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition in St Louis is that of the Winchester Repeating Arms Company of Now Haven Conn manufacturers of repeating ri fles and shotguns and all kinds of am munition The exhibit was in readi ness and was opened on the first day of the fair a fact that clearly illus Crates the enterprise and uptodate methods of the company behind it It is the aim of the Winchester Repent ing Arms Company to show at their exhibit the high development which they reached in the maKing of guns and ammunition and one needs only to see the exhibit to realize how near to perfection that development has come There can be seen the now nu tomatic repeating rifle all Kinds of shotguns the modern smokeless powdor snotgun shells and rifle cartridges in fact everything that can interest the devotees of hunting and trap and tar got shooting Dont fall to see the exhibit at the Manufacturer and Fish and Game Buildings Its well worth your while What is TEETHINAV Well tis this A tasteless powder that will Kiss From babys brow the fever glow That teethtrg always brings You know- TEETHINA oceru wes and coun teracts the effects of summer s heat aids digestion regulates the bowels Gives rosy cheeks health and happi ness to babies LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET Reported by Popham Bros Eggs 18c doz Hens So lb- CIickfns Itfc lb Turkeys 0 and 7c per lb Geese F F and F 3fiO per doz Duck F F and F Oo per Ib Pigeons Too doz Butter JJOc Jb Ginseng 4 25 lb Y root 6lo IK Iay apple doi lb Country hams lito lb Country shoulders Oo lb Featners 48clb x Woman Cures Woman Kitty Roberts a colored women of this city who has not walked for years attended church Sunday walking all the way After being bedridden with rheumatism for years she has been cured it is claimed by faith and massage through Fanny Jackson another colored woman Tho Jackson woman is causing quite a stir amog the colored population of the city by curing their pains and ills She was born and reared hAre Give Larjje IReception Mr and Mrs S P Conrad gave a reception at their nomo Friday even ing in honor of Mr and Mr Shelby Conrad win returned Wednesday from it bridal tour to St Louis whOre they visited the Worlds Fair About seventyfive guests wore pre t1nt It was the largest and most en joyable reception of the year New Turntable Installed A new turntable was installed in front of the roundhouse nt the L H K StLshops last Thursday The new structure is all steel The old turn tablrt was made of wood with the exception of the rallp The cost of the improvement was 1101 y aGO + emaa 808COS5De0 otso9tcooee mmoa3oooaoe iiSHAWS OPINION OF THE FAIRII 9 6 i 3tho0 held today The arrival of Secretary of the Treasury Shaw who reviewed the parade from thospeakcrs stand was the I ceremoniesiwore made by Dr W P Wilson cliairman of the Philippine i Exposition Board Col Clarence IP L Edwards U S AIIs chief of the Bureau of Insular A fTnilsnnd President At the conclusion of his visit to the fair Secretary Shaw tonight said l It is unnecessary for mo to say that tho Louisiana chase Exposition is tho greatest show on ol1lthor that Pmiiever produced or that will ever bo attempted Tho work has been done is more than prodigious Twelve hundred acres of timber land have been graded severed piped wired s rsI no one can see tho exhibits at tho exposition in thirty days butII father of a bright boy can afford to end him simply to study het1telI wish every high school in the United States could see ii the exposition and if every high school in the United would seo tho exposition it would bo the best investment theii purchascdthe1erritorysseeau TTTTYTTTYYYYTTY YTYTYYY YYY Y YYY YYY VY YY YYY YYY Y YYVYY YY H DeH MOORMAN INTERVIEWED 3 t 5 01I 3 g Majorgnight on tho way homo from the Nashville reunion of Confed J aMoormana the distinction of boing one of the few men not Confederate soldiers appoihted on the staff pffl division conmmndei In a speaking of tho choice of Louisville for the next reunion Maj 3 Moorman said last night There as all thetime a sentiment for Louisville strong 3 er than that for any other city and when Col Young made EEhis speech and Miss Ewell followedit with tho ong My Old 3 t Kentucky Home there was nothing else fit The convpnj3 tion wus taken oil its feet and Louisville which had been the 4- P preference before secured the unanimous expression of thee veterans Col Young commanding the Kentucky division 3 was cheered whenever he appeared und was frequently called 5 upon for speeches when the occasion way entirely informilal d- s Kentucky has reason to be proud of the reception which she 3 P received in Nashville Saturdays CourierJournal iA- AAAAAASLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAoAAAAeeeAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAA Hurt at L II St l Shops Tad Weatherholt was painfully hurt at the L H St L shops last Thursday The pony trucks of an en gine ran over the toes of one foot badly mashing them Ho will be disabled by tne injury for several weeksThos Daniel will be disabled sever al weeks frown bruised leg which was caused by a sill falling on It while he was at work at the LH St L shops last Saturday Vail Session The Fall Session opens August 30 1904 Write now for catalogue Ad dress HH Cherry President Southern Normal School ana Bowling Green Business College Bowling Green Ky High Class Vaudeville Strctlly high class vaudeville was presented by Frenchs New Sensation at the river Thursday night The shew was in the opinion of many better thin it has been for years An absence of objectionable features was noticeable IsaaalCatarrh quickly yields to treat ment by Elys Cream Balm which Is agreeably aromatic It Is received through the nostrllscleanses and lioQls time whole surface over which It diff uses Itself A remedy for Nasal Ca tarrh which is drying or exciting to the diseased membrano should not be used Cream Balm is recognized AS a specific Price So cents at druggists or by mall A c old in the head iuirned latly disappears when Cream Balm is used Ely Brothers G Warren Street Sew York Dies in St Louis Bewleyvllle Ky June 2Lpec- lal Mrs Will Paul died at her home In St Louis Monday June18 Mr Paul was ready to move to his home here and will do so soon Mrs iVlicajah Arms Dead Big Spring Ky Juno NLSee- cialMrsMieajah Arms died Thurs day She was paralyzed for severalv years y Examination Saturday Hardinsburg Ky June 21Spe cal A competitive examination tor appointment to the State College at Lexington will be held here on Saturday June 25 The appointment is for n term of four years Will Average Thirty Bushels Hardinsburg Ky June 21Speo- lal Arthur Goodman says that he is satisfied that a portion of his crop of wheat will average thirty bushels averageTo Be Completed in July Hardinsburg KyJune 21Special It is stated on the authority of the building comn Ittee of the ME church South that the new church will be completed by the middle of July Our Three Homes Prof Smith of Hawesvllle delivered H creditable lecture at the Metnodist church Sun ay night on Our Three Homes viz Earthly church and heavenly Irvington Loses to Ekron Irvington Ky June 21Speclnl The EKron baseball team played the local nine a good game SaturdayJ afternoon the score being 8 to 0 In favorer the visiting team Death Ends Illness Bewleyvllle Ky June 21Spe vial Mrs Davis daughter of Mr Quill after several weeks severe Illness died Saturday morning and was buried near Ouster Sunday You Should Attend the Southern Normal School Because it has an established repnta tiou unexcelled facilities magnificent buildings reasonable rates faculty of specialists modern methods splendid equiqments moral surroundings thor ough course large library complete organization Christian student body healthy location fixed policy Catalog and full information sent on request Mention course wanted Address H H Cherry Bowling GreenKy MOORAIAN MOREMAN Mr J Glenn Moorman will be married this evening at 8 oclock to Miss Rosebud Moreman at Glendeane The wedding will take place in the Goshen Baptist church Rev J T Lewis of Irvington olliciatlng The wedding will doubtless be largely at tended owing to the prominenco of tIe contrautiug partios Miss Moreman is the daughter of Mr Richatd Moreman of Glenaeaue who resided in this city a number of years ago She is considered one of the most beautiful young ladies in the county and has many charming personalities which have won for her a host of friends Mr Moorman is a ton of Mr and Mrs Jesse A Moorman of Glendeane and is a popular and prosperous young farmer Both the bride and the groom are well known over tne county and are of two of the best families in this section of the State A Handsome Catalog furnalFreeThe Bowling Ire jtfUBf College and Southern NormalOTn will mall free to those requesting It a handsome Catalog and Illustrated College Journal Write postal card or letter stating course desired Address H H Cherry President Bowling Green Ky Fairbanks the Choice Chicago June 20 That United States Senator Fairbanks will ue the vice presidential nominee is the belief of the Kentucky delegation at theNat tonal Republican Convention after a days conference with the loaders and delegates from other States and with the single exception of Leslie M Combs the delegation is prepared to vote for the Indiana man Chicago June 20The nomination of Senator Charls W Fairbanks for Vice President was regarded is settled tonight when New York decided to cast her se ventyeight votes for him While it has seemed a foregone conclusion for sometime that the Indiana Senator would be Mr Roosevelts rqn wing mote there have been efforts nade to bring out other candidates and start a stampede of delegates fur some other 1IIIInISend Your Boys and Girls to School Young students given personal at tention Send for Catalog and Jour mini Mention course waut d Ad dress II H Cherry Bowlin Ggreen Ky Michael Meyer a Bankrupt Owensboro Ky June 20 Michael Meyer of BrecKenridge county filed a petition in time United States Court today asking to be adjudgo l a bank rupt His liabilities amount to i23010 and his assets to 810 75 He is a merchant and the major portion of his creditors are Louisville firms His largest indebtedness is to the JM Robingun Norton Company it Doing 55628 o The Exposition Limited It is understood that a new train will bfl put on the Henderson Route and the schedule of the present traps changed on next Sunday or Monday that being the date set aside uncut a month ago to make tins change The train will be known as thoExposition LimitedItwill stop at only the larger towns on its daily run from Louis ville to St Louis New Postmaster- C A Coleman has resigned as post master at this rlac and Miss Mono Price who has been his assistant ap pointed She received her commission Monday Miss Prices friends and the patrons of the office will be glad to know that she has leceived the appointment Crosier Mclutire will be her assistant Meade County Messenger Proprietor Arrives in City Mrs Lily Fagen and Mrs Ellu Jones daughters of MrsEatelle Trn nell arrived in the city Saturday from Chicago Mrs Fageu will be the proprietor of the Tar Springs and her brother Oceola Van Arsdale will be the manager Grocery Stock Changes lands Webster Ky June 1lSpecal S N Hall has bought the grocery stock of Dailey Su Burgess at Clifton Milln and will continue the business there Illinois for Hearst The Illinois delegation last week was instructed to vote for Hearst as long as he remained before the convention At the convention held nt Springfield several fist fights took place between delegates and the wildest confusion prevailed at tlniesf Successful Commencement Hardinsburg Ky June 21Spe cill The commencement of Miss Mattye Reids private HcliODl was held at the opera house on the evening cf Friday June 17 An audience which tilled the large hall to overflowing gathered to witness the exercises The program consisted chiefly of readings drills and pnnorminea All the num hers were liberally applauded by the audience which thoroughly en joyed the whole evening At the con clusion of the program Miss Reid in an appropriate and graceful address presented a diploma to those of her pupils who had completed thQ com mon school course The pupils and lpatrons of the school are more than pleased with its conduct during the past year and are gratified at its distinct success BIG SPRING Jack Collins was in Brandenburg FridayJerome Cooper of Vine Grove was here Tuesday RS Dowell and Alex Scott were In Louisville last week Arthur Scutt of Louisville Is here visiting his aunt Mrs A R Morris Mrs AlexMontRomery has returned home after a visit to relatives in LouisvilleDr Huffines a dentist is here at the hotel and tall remain about ten days longer Litte Miss Ada Meador of Eliza bethtown is here visiting her brother John D Meador Miss Zelma Strother ret urned home Thursday from a visit to Hopldnsville and Bowling Green John Hicks returned to Louisville after a slay of ten days here with his wife and little daughter District Conference for the Elizabeth town district will be held at Vine Grove beginning June 28 The next quarterly meeting of this Circuit will be held at Howells church the fourth Sunday in this month and the Monday following Miss Jennie leer retnrnei home from school at Louisville Thursday She was accompanied by Miss Francis Strauss who will remain as her guest for two weeks Mrs Mary Herr of Anchorage and Mrs Frouie Simmons of Sheperds ville were here the guests of their sister Mrs Amanda Clarksun last week and returned to EllznbethtownN Monday to visit other relatives before returning home Some Statistics on Wheat Hy W Shernwn null The average visible supply of wheat tor the east 7 years on June 1st is 14 000000 bu The visible supply June JI 1903 was 38000000 bu Time visible supply June 1 1001 wets i30K00 So imam these figures it will be seeu that the visible supply at present is 1000 000 bu under time 7 year average or 5000000 under that of last year The average highest price for June for the last 7 years is 02 cents per bushel The highest price for June of this year is 115 The acreage for spring wheat this year is 116000 under last year and the general condition is 031 per cent as compared with 050 per cent last year in June The acreage of winter wheat is not given in this report hut supposed to be less than lust year while the condition on June 1 1904 was 777 per cent as compared with S3S per cent last year Now with these conditions considering that both acreage and con dition is considerably below that of last year and the surplus eleven million bushels short of a ten year averAge and five million short of last year and that lust years wheat sold up to 115 what should this years crop sell at Real Estate Deal Dr R L Newsom has sold a house and lot ou Center street to Mrs Anna Belle MorgRii for 130 Picnic at Tar Pork Chas Tabollng will Rive a picnic at his place near Tartork on Saturday Juno 2- 5Thos CXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXDOOOCOOO Q A Edison says g 8 CINDERELLA 3- Q Is the Greatest Animated g 8 Picture Ever Photographed X- Q It will In given by HQ The Ideal Entertainers x- H JUNE 24 8 At OELZESHALLVg 8Tlcketst W B Oelzes Store Q CXXCCXXXXXXOCXXXXXXDCOCXXDOOA i vF f 7 Z7 The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY June 2i5 1004 Wakeful Sleeplessness Is a Sign of Nerve Trou ble and Should Be LooKed To There are three different manifesta tin of nleeplessness First hardly to deep a wink all night piTitt to lie awake a long time before tilling a trey thirdI to fall asleep noon vikins up after several hours and then find it hard to sleep Again terry mean that somewhere In the near litres somewhere In the brain calls mewhere In the blood vessels that tarry bloo J to the brain something Is radically wrong and must be righted or the end may lle worse than death To right It take Dr Miles Xervlne Some other symptoms of nerve trou ble are Dizzitvss Headache Back ache Worry Frvtfulm ss Irritability Melancholy Lack of Ambition They Indicate diwaxos which may lead to Erllepsy Fits St Vltus Dance Nervous rrottrit m raialysls Insanity Xotliingr will give suli quick and last ISac relief as Ur gulfs Nervine- My husband linl 1fpn sickI for weeks eou1d nt sit up t hivo his lied made With oil the nII1i 1lp we could get Ire poatinued to KW worse lie could neither steep or e t Our baby girl was- sent away iml nil cutters barred bc catwe h ou1 nl stand a bit of talk ing I read or a cxo of nervous pros tration currd tiy lir Miles Kestorntive Nervine Wt ih Km giving It to him and In a few UIVM ho was able to be elll From that time he steadily UfeMY TrialFREEPain Pills the New Scientific Remedy for Pain Also Symptom Blank Our- peciahst will diagnose your case tell Is wrong and how to right It LABOR TORIEdELK11EARTt liD COJ Parker Gets Mississippi Jackson Miss June tItThe Dem ocratic state convention WAS onlled to order Jwre at noou today Congressman Bowers wns selected as chairman mind fink Smith of Greenville secretary A reuses of half an hour was taken utter the convention met to enable the coin iuit tea on credentials to handle several contested delegations During the recess Congressman John Sharp Williams addressed the conven Lion outlining the issues that will be before the people in the coming national campaign The convention this afternoon will instruct for ParKor and elect Cougrefaman Williams Uov Vaudaumu and Senators Money and MuLuurin delegates at lLargo to the national convention Sued by Ills Doctor A doctor here sued me for 1250 which I claimed was excessive for a case of cholera morbus says R White ot Coachells Ciil At the trial he praised his medical skill and medicine I nsued him if it was not Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy heused as I haa good reason to believe it was and he would not say under oath that it was not Nodoctor could nse n bet ter remedy than this in a case of cholera morons it never fails Sold by Short Haynes Four from Breckenridge Tbo first annual convention of the Ohio Valley Millers association con vened in Uweusboro last Wednesday Among the viaitins millers were the Jotlawiiig from Dreckeuruige county Willis Green Falls of Kongli T J Hook Hnrdmsbtug W J Piggott Jrviiigton and U F Diockman Stephenaport That Throbbing Headache Would quickly leave you if you peed Dr Kings New Life Pills Thousands of sufferers have proved their matchless merit for sick ant Nervous Headaches They make pure blood and build up your health Only 85 cents money back if not cured Sold by Shoit Haynes Druggists Gen Murray at Cannelton Hon David Mmrayof Hardinburg Ky was in the city Saturday on legal business He called on the boys nt the oou rthoiiEO and made himself BIt agreenbe He said he woultt Hue to be governor of Indiana lung enough to amid Bill Taylor Imcic to Kentucky Cannelton Telephone A Strong Heart is assured by porfect digestion In digestion swells the stomach and pulls it up against the heart This causes shortness of breath palpitation of the heart and general weakness Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures indigestion re lieves the stomach takes the strain off the heart and restores it to a full performance of its function naturally Kolol increases the strangth by en ambling the stomach and digestive organs to digest assimilate and appropriate to the blood and tissues all1 of the food nutriment Tones the stomach and digestive organs Sold by all drutrgists No Rehearing for Howard ahkfort Ky June litTheCourt of Appeals today overruled the petition for rehearing in the case of names Howard vs the Commonwealth f 4 w W e AAAAAA A AAAAAA AA 2 Crude Thoughts 1 As They Fall 4 From tim- eEdltorial4 Pen Pleasant Evening 3 Reveries I TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTY AAAAAAAAAAsAAAAAAAAHOME COLUMNVY- YVYYYYYYTYVYVYVY As we pen thus column especially inII the interest of wives and mothers us draw a picture that noble woman l I had the courage tQ witness and can look upon with pride while the bravest of men had business calling them elsewhere How can we picture to ourselves a more touching scene than the one which drew forth from our Lord these words of tender love There stood by tho Cross of Jesus His mother Mary the wife of Cleophas and Mary Magdalene and with them was St John Truly n sorrowful and loving bandthe only ones who in the hour of shame dared to show their close personal sympathy with the Crucified Only one man amongst them but there was three women there Women oftontimes surpass men in courago and they did on this oca ion St Thomas hind once stUd Lot us also go that we mnv die with Him But he did not go St Petor lint avowed that though he died with the Lord he would not deny Him but we do not find him at the toot of the cross But the three Marys are there It by the publication of the Home Circle Col umn we gain the friendship and esteem of the queens of our homes we will have no fears of boing forsuken in time of trouble- 1Vonru hoe ret to learn the purify ing timid blftssertiniluonoe she mar gain and maintain over thin intellect and affections of the human mind Though site may not teach from the portico nor thunder trout the forum in her pficret retirement she may form and send forth the sages that govern and renovate the world Though she tummy not gird herself for bloody conflict ncr sound the trumpet of war she may enwrap herself in the panolpy of heaven and send time thrill of benev olence through a thousand youthful hearts Though she stay not enter the list in legal collision nor sharpen her intellect amid the passion mind conflict of men she may teach the law of kindness and hush up the discords and conflicts of life Tho she may not be clothed as the embas sador of heaven nor minister at the altar cf God as a secret angel of mercy she may teach His will and cause to ascend the humble but most accepted sacrifice In all ages woman has been the source of all that is pure unselfish mind heroic in the spirit and life of man It wus for love that Antony lost a world It was for love that Jacob worked seven long years and for sever more What must have been his emotions when on the morn ing of the eighth year he awoke and found the homely scrawny Leah in stead of the lovely and beautiful presence of his beloved Rachel Poetry and fiction are based upon womans love and the movements of nistory are mainly due to the sentiments or ambitions she has inspired There is no aspiration which any man enter talus 110 achievement he seeks to ac complish no great an i honorable ambition he desires to gratify which is not directly related to either or both a mother or a wife From the hearthstone around which lingers the recollections of our muther from the fireside where our wife awaits us conies all the purity all the hope and all the courage with which wo tight the buttle of life The moan who is not thus inspired who labors not so much to hecure the applause of the world as the solid and more precious approval of his home accomplishes little of good for others or of honor for himself Let the young mothers at the tamily fireside endeavor to instill in the ten der minds intrusted to their care the gospel of peace anti the evil of war Better mothering would help to restore this country that is hastening away from its first honored principles Our Pilgrim mothers did not spend their time in idle decoration of themselves and their homos but helped their husbands to develop a new country timid establish hom s on the rock of solid worth It is just as important today for the wives to stand loyally by their husbands and eucourage and help them to earn unit save and rise above the hindering things that bring bankruptcy and disgrace in tneir train It lias been said that thousands of men would today be in the poor house were It not for their wives And that other thousands are there because or their wives Which horn of this dilemma would you choose Will you train yourselves Into intelligent managing capable women or will you choose those lighter accomplishments that add nothing to your stature as n woman and win no love that will last when your pilgrim here is over There is no kind of pleasure so enduring as that we find in doing our duty AAA AAAAAAAAA AA AA A A Column Dedicated to Tired Mothers as They Join the Home Circle at e I Evening Tide C- rrYYVYYYYYYYYYYV Ob JULY IFOURTH greatIthe beauties of the year the Fourth of July will soon visit us Green finds and a ripening harvest proclaim it bright sun cheer it and the hearts of freemen Did it welcome From the lisping babe in tlfe cradle to the aged warrior whose gray hairs are last sinking in the western horizon of life every voice will on that day oe turned to the accents of Liberty Washington Country The American Constitution is the pnrthase of Ameri can valor It is the rich prize that rewards the toil of eight years of war and blood The Constitution is the grunt memorial of the deeds of our ancestors On the pillar and on tne arches of that dome their names ere written and their achievements recorded While that lasts in will carry down the record to future ages Great Britian had carried the fame of her arms far and wide She had reached her arms acrosi the Eastern continent had humbled France and Spain and given laws on the banks of the Ganges A few scattered colonists did not rise up to contend withImdl a nation for mere renown They had a nobler object and in pursuit of that object they manifested a cour age constancy and union that de serves to be celebrated not only by every reader of time Home Circle Col umn but by every poet and historian while language lusts It is fitting as our nations natal day again ap proauhes that mothers should present their children with n word painting of the little ship Mayflower it was lu the cabin of this little craft that the charter was established as the rule which would govern the Ill grams upon their landing on the bleak and desolate shore of Massass ohusetM was the germ of our con- stitutIon was the seed which though cast in a ricky and forbidding snilI has grown ald flourished until Iit lhas become a tree whoe branches and shade have overspread this continent whoso fruits are culled by the eager hands of the patriotic all over the world that they may be planted in other souls and bear fiuit in other clinics Let us look forward with happy anticipation to the dawning of Fourth of July morning and teach our children to properly cbserve the day Neuralgia Pains Are something almost unbearable Panicam ph relelves Neuralgia anti Headache instantly by opening the pours stimulating the circulation and removing the congestion A free application will convince you of ItsI merits So dont suffer but keep Paracauiph in jour home You need It every day Miss Daniel an Officer The twentyfifth annual convention of the Foreign Missionary Society ofI the Louisville conference of the Moth odist EDlfic pal church South whiuhii was held in Hopkinsville last week after a very satisfactory showing ofI the aflairs ot the society from the reports of oflicfirs elected the following to serve for the ensuing term President Mrs C E Forket Morgaufield vice president Mrs W F Lloyd PERIL IN THE HANDSHA1 Not long ago Dr J N HirsCh of Chicago said The most delicate perfume upon the baud is not a sign of freedom from genus and the most refined are not free from dis ease of lungs or throat and the germs are rapl by touching the hand that has handed the handkerchief df one afflict ed with a cold catarrh or consumption The breath one inhales from the lungs of another may contain germs of disease You will not only be able to resist time germs of consumption but many thousands of casesI have been known where persons who were suffering from incipient phthisis or the early stages of consumption were absolutely cured by Dr Pierces Golden Medical Dis covery It maintains a persons nutrition by enabling hint to eat retain digest and assimilate food It overcomes the gastric irritability and symptoms of indigestion and thus the person is saved from thoseI symptoms of fever nightsweats headache etc which are so common An alterative extract like Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery mado of roots and herbs without the use of alcohol will assist the stomach in assimilating or taking up from the food such elements as are required for the blood will assist the liver in systemDoto insult your intelligence by offering you a gooobecausechances to one you will get a medicine made up largely of alcohol which will only weaken the system Discoveryiswho has ever used it and it has stood the test of thirtyeight years of approval from people all over the United States FREE Dr Pierces Common Sense Medical Adviser is sent free on receipt of onlxSendpaper covers or 31 stamps for the clothbound volume Address DtR V Pierce Buffalo N Y Dr Pierces Pellets cure biliousness A Soldier of- COO101erceArrested by Russian Police Convicted on a False Charge Sentenced to Siberia Liberated by His Sweetheart Shipwrecked on the Caspian Rearrested by the Russians In the Hands of Bandits Final Trial and But we must not spoilthe story for our readers by telling how it ended The foregoing are a few of the things which happened to the American Harvey Irons AfSoldier of Commercewhile American goods in 1 theII Empire of tie Czar D We have secured the rights for this brilliant story which aside from its absorbing interest portrays in vivid colors the peculiar methods of Russian officials To Be Printed Serially In This Paper HALLSVEGETABLE SICILIAN Is it true you want to look old P Then keep your gray hair If not then use Halls Hair Renewer and have all the dark rich color of early life restored to your hair ttRtefflrafteastf 1Aa q Bowling Green second vice president MrH W Pineion Louisville corre sponding secretary Miss Tula Daniel Hurdinsburg recording secretary Mrs M E Carter Louisville audi tor Mrs W F Barkley Louisville Mrs F M Patterson was made agent for Buds and Blossoms the society publication and also reserve delegate at large to the unnntl board meeting of the church to be held this month in Bowling Green A Modern Antique A story which Mr Davenport told of Plstruecl has Us point for collectors 1lstriiccl was an Italian und chief engraver at the mint It Is by the wily to him that England Is Indebted for the tine group of St George nut the drag on on the reverse of the sovereign Ho insisted that modern wor lu cameo could be quite as flue OH ancient work A potboiler bond of Flora which he engraved anti sold to a dealer for o was afterward sold as an antique to Richard Inyno Knight for 500 Knight took the cameo In triumph to Ilstrucel Where can you get modern work like that lie asked Ilstrncci smiled sand claimed the antique for his own Knight would not believe him Examine the roses said the artist timid you will see that they are modern flowers The point was admitted by others but never by Knight who bequeathed time gout sod the rest of hits collection to the nation Mr Daven port stilt that but for the roses an ex pert would undoubtedly pronounce Pis truiels mimeo a line antique Man chester Guardian The llalilt or Minimizing IllmciiKlcN You will find that time habit of mini mizing annoyances or dltllcultles of making the bstt of everything that comes to you oiMnagnlfying the pleas out und the agretable and reducing to the least possible importance everything that Is disagreeable or unpleasant will help you wonderfully not only In your work but also In your attainment of happiness It transforms the disagreeable Into the agreeable takes the drudgery out of distasteful tasks eases time Jolts of life wonderfully and It Is worth Infinitely more than money You will mid yourself growing to bo a larger completer man Time sunny buoyant cheerful soul manages with out losing his equilibrium to glide over dllllcultlcs timid annoyances which throw others off their balance and make them miserable nut disagreeable By time alchemy of serenity he extracts from the annoying rocksJun his path the pre cious metal which enables him to do something worth while Orison Swett Mardcn lu Success Mrs Babbage ReElected Mrs V G Babbage of this city was reelected secretary of the Owensboro district of the Womens Foreign Missionary Society of the M E church youth at the convention held at Hopkinsville last week n New Town in Hardin Tip Top is experiencing a building boom A company has purchased n tract of land near that place and isj laying it off in town lots and streets Three hundred tenement houses will be erected for homes for cement works which will shortly bE in opera tion The new place will probably contain 1500 inhabitants and will be supplied with water works and eleo trio lights I THIS IS A- Presidential YearA- ND YOU MUST KEEP POSTED The way to do this is to re d flfe WEEKLY CourierJournal I HENRY WATTERSONEditor TWELVE PAGES ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY 5100rREVENUE HKFORM SOCIAL REFOKM MORAL REFORM Thi COURIER PUblllhtd1SindI COURIERJOURNAL COMPANY II LOUISVILLE ICYII By a Special IgetI I Breckenridge News I and the WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL both one year for ttnlyII 150 I This Is for caMi subscriptions only All sub scriptions under this combination otTer must he sent through tho Breckenridge News lice OlOToruortKy otII r + 4 i Cloverport Planing Mill N t GREGORY CO Prop 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PAINTJop 11 JT i vaar IIFranf t IItiepr+ td f v The Breckenridge News =co= cccc = = c WEDNESDAY June 22 1004 KENTUCKY DAY toAT EXPOSITION Press Bureau Worlds Fat St Louie Junu 1C Kentuckys duty of glory at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition dawned and drew almost to ia close without a cloud to mar its SA realty Late in the afternoon ia heavy rain fell but it did not break into the day materially Everyone was from Kentucky and the lOOC badges which the Committee on Ar rangement provided were supple mented by 5000 others struck off in a St Louis printing shop Agnmeuted by more than three times their origi nal number the badges were noon exhausted and tne Commonwealths proud namo quivered over u host of hearts inspired by patriotism and sentiments closely akin The red let tern were conspicuous in every part of the fair grounds On the Pike they were seen seeking the daredevil at tractions but refusing to pass the most commonplace In the Palace of Liberal Arts the Administration building and most of all in the vKentucky building the crowd was marred with the symbol that stands for cordiality hospitality and good fellowship in all parts of the world Louisvilles delegation accompanied by crowds from Richmond Frankfort Lancaster Bhelbyville Cloverport a Henderson and Owensboro increased the Kentuckians already in St Louis by nearly 500 persons Tne Hender son routes special train poured ove i 800 out at the gates while the South ern and the Baltimore and Ohio Southwestern brought heavy trains y to this city Review of Troops Oov and Mrs Beckhnm Miss Hattie Bell FuquaMiss Memo Smith i President A Y Ford of the Ken t tucky Commission and Mrs Ford Judge S W Hager Mr and Mrs dl Ely H Brown Chares F Grainger t Mayor of Louisville Gen Percy itHalyt commanding the Governors itstaff and Garret Wall were received in the Administration building by the Hon David R Francis president of the Louisiana Purchase Exposi tion Accompanied by Harry B Hawes president of the St Louis Kentucky Society the party went to r the Kentucky building 1 1 1Gov Beckham and President Francis mounted the balustrades at the south entrance and reviewed a body of troops which is maintained at the Exposition The troops were the Jefferson Guards which are un h der command of lien Edmund Rice master of ceremonies the Philippine scouts u battalion of United States marines headed by the First cavalry band the Philippine constabulary the Frazier Guards of Memphis and cadets from Simpson College Iowa and from Iowa State College Gen John C Bates wno was first in com mand of the West Point maneuvers last October paid his respect to the Kentucky delegation during the cere monies ofc the Kentucky building Lieut J Sidney Haight who was at West Point contriouted much to the smoothness of the military re view The Filipinos are excellently drilled and form a part of the Uni ted States army- President Francis Welcome The Exposition hand thrilled thet crowd with Southern airs of martial l and pastoral measure as Gov Beck t ham President Francis Mr For- dtBarry B Hawes and the three flagI bearers advanced to the low platform that had been erected Mr Ford in troduced President Francis saying rst that he wished to welcome everyone i to the little spot of Kentuok y whiuh had been transplanted to Missouri and that in Mr Francis the audience would see a native son cf i the cld Commonwealth iwno could much more ably bid anniversal welcome to the new Kentucky home Mr Ford called attention to the fact that veyen the element seemed to favor Kentucky as it had rained on Missou n day and on Indiana day but to day the son shone bright in the new Kentucky home The rain later to l cheerll aiawhichi had been comfortably filled at the beginning was packed I almost to suffocation when Mr Fran i i ola arose He told ins hearers of his love for old Kentucky his native jState and followed with a statement W the manner in which Western energy had tollpsed all former efforts at producing a Worlds Fair and what pan Kentucky had played in the Louisiana Purchase and in the Expo Witten from the first until today Gov Beckhams Response In an able and long spe cn Gov Bttofcham responded to President Francis Ho said in part The people of Kentucky whose representative lam upon this happy- ecaslondirect mo to congratulate you and those associated with you upon itksrprogreea of this great exposition artl wish for It continued eucaeae- s j and prosperity Wn consider it the mpst complete and elaborate gathering of the worlds products anti of the marvelous accomplishments of the age oven before brought together It Is a magnificent and enduring monument to tbe genius and enterprise of the people of your city and State its beautyI and its splendor command the admiration of the people of every nation tit is a source of pride and pleasure to the citizens of this Re public because we here demonstrate and prove to the world what we hava long been conscious of ourselves that this is the greatest nation on earth that in business and commerce we excel all others that our advance ment In the arts and sciences has never been equaled in the worlds history and that today we can Nay truthfully and without unwarranted boastfulness that we lead other countries in civilization and in all rhosethlngs that go to make human life better safer and happier As we stand here surrounded with the miraculous achievements of your undertaking we ore profoundly Im pressed with the signal victory of American genius which this event typifies With only a hundred years behind you from the time when savages of an alien race were in the useless possession of this territory down to the present era you have bnilded faster and better than ever did people before and now you have reared In a night as it were this matchless carnival city which seems to be almost the culmination of mans attainment and triumph Countries whose civilization dates back for thousands of years cannot equal this You deserve great credit for the Innnchin of this gigantic exhibition Looking over this magnificent ex position exhibiting as it does side by side the trade the art and the home life of the people of all civilized countrieslooking over this interest ing and inspiring scene is1 not your mind so elevated as to enable you to see how wo are closely related to all mankindhow we cannot escape the privileges and tbe duties of a copart ner in the civilization of this day By modern inventions and tne coor dination of human affairs we are close to all the world a sharer in all their gains and misfortunes in their thoughts and feelings affecting them and being affected in tnru by them for better or worse What a sad inglorious waste of money this exposition must be if it does not teach us much if it does not humble our vanity while en larging our vision and swelling our hearts with a grouter respect and sym pathy for all mankind and a deeper reverence for Almighty God I We shall be blind if we do not see that a nation In this day should not spend all its efforts in gaining wealth and power and that true happiness and glory can be won for its people by other means than by the sword and gun Informal Sight Seeing The afternoon was spent in in formal sightseeing and the members of the Board of Trade the Commer cial Club and the Merchants and Manufacturers Association were prominently in evidence Again at night the new Kentucky Home was the center of all lovers of the Bluegrass State and many per sons from other parts of the country who were fortunate enough to se cure cards Elkton Ky June 8th 1001 Dr E W Hall St LOUIP Dear StrI have used your Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery in my family and can cheerfully recommend it to all suffering from kidney and bladder trouble Respectfully S L Thompson rA TEXAS WONDER One small bottlo of the Texas Wonder 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 bladder in both men ana women regulates bladder troubles in caildren If not sold by your druggist it will be sent by mall on receipt of 1 One small bottle is two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer P 0 Box 020 St Luis Mb Send for testimonials Sold by all drnggists Office 2081 Olive street The ItonncliiNtn Iconoclasts wore Image breakers The controversy respecting linage which had been introduced Into churches for popular Instruction about A D J500 was begun about A D 720 and occtt sinned much dlHtiirlmnco and loss of life In the eastern umpire Leo Isnu I ricus published two edicts for demol I ishing Images in churches In that year and enforced them with great vigor In jaG Tho controversy was carried on in the church and the schUm was the occasion of the second couiull of Xlce A D 787 The Iconoclasts were finally excommunicated at the eighth general council held Inter at Constantinople and this controversy led to the separa tion of tho Greek and Latin churches Many Images wore destroyed In Eng land and Scotland during the reforma tion and in the civil war KU11S and on each oocnslou the destroyers as sumed the name of iconoclasts Ilfllif In Rest CliiirniN It Is n curious fact that as lute as the middle of tho nineteenth century there existed Indeed there may still exist among tho good people of en all and Tyrone u bollof that rats may ho charmed away by rhymes and other magical menus One of my acquaint fillets was told by an Irishman of a case of billeting rats that Is of clearing them out of one place and lodging them In another Xo pipe wus played Indeed the method was a mystery but the rats came flocking out of mill and granary an hour before mid night and moved away in a compact mass to their newlyI appointed lode lugs It was a brilliant moonlight night and scores of people besides the narrator followed them as they trooped down the roads and through n sleeping village to their destination Sunday Magazine Fire Under Water Fire under water may be produced by placing some small pieces of phos phorus In n conical slumped tumbler and then covering them with the crystals of chlorate of potash Next 1111 time glass with water and then add n few drops of sulphuric acid the acid to bo applied directly to the phosphorus and potash crystals by means of a long tube If the experiment Is properly carried out tongues of bright red flame can be seen flashing up through the water the Intense chemical heat pto duced by the action of the sulphuric acid on tho potash and phosphorus be fug suHlcIent to inflame the latter al though entirely covered with water A Great llilrreuce At n dinner given by Governor J K Vardaman of Mississippi the subject of toasts came up A very good toast said Governor Vnrdaman nnto one that comes home forcibly to nil men in office was once proposed by the learned Ashley Stockton of Mont puller The occasion was a farewell banquet to the governor of Vermont whose term of oiiice was ex piring 4hero said Ashley Stockton nt this banquet Is the health of nil governors They como in with a great deal of op position but they go out with none at all Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets are just what you need when you have no appetite feel dull after eating and wake up with bad taste in your mouth They will improve your appetite cleanse and invigor ate your stomach and give you a ro lish for your food For sale by Short C Haynes DEVOTED WAGTAILS TtiP o lllrdn Mute For Life and Are Extremely Affectionate The wngtull fwiuently migrates from one jmrt oC the country to anoth er and soiiictliuus congregates In Hocks but lie pairs for life and the same pair always reappear sometimes when they are least expected and all time more welcome from their occasion al absence on their favorite lawn Their devotion to one mother Is ex treme as n scene I witnessed some forty years ago but which is as fresh In my memory as If I had seen It yesterday will show A wagtail hud been killed probably by a stone and was lying dead In the middle of the circular drive In front of the Down House Blandford The survivor seemed beside himself with grief Like Evo In Paradise be Uiiew not what death was or at most the reality was only gradually breaking in upon him lIe kept run ning up to the body with loud anti plaintive call notes Ho called but there was 110 response Ho caressed the body caught hold of it with his lit tle bill coaxed It to move and drew it after him for a yard or two lie even tried to rise with It In the air Then like one distraught he dashed away 1 r to the edge or tine gruvui unve mm then as quickly dashed back again to go through the sumo mournful process es Sometimes he would fly right oft In wavering uncertain flight us far as the eye could follow him ns though he could bear thought no longer but Without stopping to teat lie hurried back In stralghtcr and quicker flight unulile to tear lilniwlf away or as if lip hoped that something might have happened In his absence This long drawn tragedy this abandonment of grief I watelwd from the window throughout the afternoon till darkness came on Next morning the hotly hind drSnppwmxl and I saw the Mtirvlvor no UlOlflt Koswortb Smith in Nine teenth Century SENTENCE SERMONS Self conceit JIB self deceit Only tin weak hue tine tom worry Meditation IK the mold of character All great deed hove been horn of drQwins A moans size door not depeud on Ills situation flare never was grontttoss without gratitude IrPiuvnionce for IniriiiOM only breeds UHllevoU ntc- I A IteM hiort makes n light lioneo In a lark world Life iu toe fruit of the past and the soRl1cf tin futuro lvt out tin lump of works nail you lows tar light of faith it Iis the truths we do and not till once I11 indorse fuit save us Iropc wl1o im nhvnys trying to hr Oftje in pine succeedl In being nobody at oil hlcago Tribune Worst of All Eperences Jim anything be worse than to feel that every minute will be yonr lastI Such was the experience of Mrs S H NewBon Dectnra Ala For three years site writes I enduredin snfferabla 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 Improved at once anti now Im completely recovered For Liver Kidney Stomach and Bowel troubles Electric Bittern Is the only medicine Ooly 50 Its guaranteed by Short l Haynes ruggsts ItcniMMetiiiM AfTectiitlon Rousseau lived long on his fifth floor in Paris forgotten by the world which he affected to despise and from affec tation really shunned when an ned lent happened to him in one of his solitary walks He was met In a nar row port of the street by M do Far genii driving very fast In his carriage and in his attempt to get out of the way was pushed down by a large Dan ish dog running before tho horses M do Inrgcau immediately stopped his coach nUll hastened to assist the per son whom his dog hind thus knocked down hut when ho saw it was the author of Umlllus ho renewed his apologies and attentions The next day he sent to ask after Rouswaii Tell your master to chain up his dog was the only answer All Druggist ask the readers of this paper to test the value of Kodnl Dyspepsia cure Those persons who have used it and who have been cured by it do not hesitate to recommend it to their friends Kmlol digests what you eat cures indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach troubles Increases strength by enabling the stomach and diges tive organs to cnntribu o to the blood all of the nutriment contained In the food Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is pleasant and palatable A IllNhoiiN Comment Bishop W A Candler was once advocating a moro liberal loosing of the purse strings and told his audience that several years before he sent an article to a paper In which he said Wo pray too loud and work too lit tie TIme compositor consciously or unconsciously perpetrated little Joke for when the article appeared it read Wo bray too loud and work too little I let It go nt that said the bishop The fact Is I believe the printer was right pod I never ventured to correct him lienclltN Ilcvcrned French and German had proved too hard but Algernon took up tho study of Italian with high hopes How are you and your Italian teach er getting on asked one of Algernons friends when the study had proceeded for three months Aw aw Im Just about where I was said Algernon ambiguously but my teacher dyon know hes speaking English much better than he was when we began 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 inXsupnly of Bnoklens Arnica Salve Its the best on earth 25c at Short Hay nea Drug Store Contentment Contentment has one advantage over wealth said tho philosopher Whats the explanation t People dont try to borrow it The eye of tho master will do moro work than both his handg Franklin r ONONNOON oNONNNN NN I Bank of HardinsburgOFFICERS i B F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Chirr DIRECTORS e Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C VIe Robertson B F Beard to Dr A N Kincheloe D S Richardson o- o Insured against loss by fire or burglary o Interest paid on time deposits t 000000000 000000000000NO ON00 0 0 N 0 d The Breckinridge Bank Cloverport Ky Capital Stock 45100 Surplus 7000 Incorporated Organized in 1872 W II BOWMER Pre Mem A H SKILLMAN Cashier DR F L L1GHTFOOT VIres CHAS B SKILLMAN Asst Cashier Accounts of Finns Individuals anti Corporation solicited Any business entrusted to ns will receive prompt and careiul attention Storageplace for packages hi our fireproof vault furnished our customers Iree NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS Interest paid on time deposits WwQeGoe NOssNSNNISSS i First State Bank9 i V IIIRVINGTON KY I IIw J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VicePresiden- tJ H H KEM KR Cashier of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited IIAccounts M Interest Paid on 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Price 100 a year or 125 if paid at the end of year CARDS OK THANKS over five lines charged or at tho rate ot 10 rents per line OBITUARIES charged for at tho rate of 5 cants pur line Money In advance Exnmlnn the lutiol on your paper If It i18I not correct please notify us When orderlntr a change In tile add ubscrlbers Should give tbelr old us wells s be now address EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY JUNE 22 10011 I WORLDS FAIRNOTES Tell me all about the Fair was the initial greeting to a member of the Kentucky Press Association uponI his return home after a four days visit to the Louisiana Purchase ExpoI sition last week and before ho com menced to try to tell all he hesitated then began with the story of his experiences in taking n trip to Paris by submarine boot and returning by air ship about the reproduction of tne Galveston flood and the mystifying j spectacular illusions of Hereafter and the creation But had he told that which dominat I ed in his mind it would have certainly been about those massive creamy white buildings which make a wonder fully magnificent architectural picture and which contain thousands of displays that are interesting and educative and too the marvelous electrical display comes second as the most im nressvie attraction at the fair Those two attractions the architectural and electrical are the greatest features ofII the Worlds Fair Yon can see them from 8 a in until 1080 p m for fifty cents Towering above every thing else on the Plaza of at Louis the Festi val Hall is the eye center of the- e= osirion This great domelike structure is for musical festivals and there every morning at 11 UO oclock is given a recital on the larg est organ ever built in the world Mrs Korer the professional cook of America occupies the East and West pavilions which are on either side of Festival Hall A luncheon was giv en by MM Rorer Kentucky Day nt the East pavilion in honor of the Unvernor of Kentucky and the Ken tucky Pros Association On the following day while several members of the Press Club were lunching at the West pavilion the waiters went on a strike Mrs Korer was in a helpless position for at least I twenty minutes after which the girls shamefully resumed their duties The Fairs greatest educator is in deed the reproduction of Jerusalem With tho Press party during their visit to the place was a man who had visited tho real Holy City and ho said this reproduction is splendid The city is 700x100 feet It is sur rounded by a wall and at each principal entrance are competent dragomen or guides from Jerusalem who meet parties and take them through the city Most of the guides are a NazarenesThey are well educat ed in Biblical history and speak ling lish fairly well Some leading font ures are Church of the Holy Sepulchre built over the Place of Crucifixion The Holy Rock or Rock where Abraham went to offer ftp Isaac This is directly under the Dome within the Moequ e of Omar which is on the site of the Temple where Jesus taught The Jews Wailing Place and Tower of David There are numerous other features Iin the many streets In the church of the Holy Sepulchre Is the reproduction of Christs tomb Near there prominent divines of all denominations and from various citiesI will lecture frequently This place should be seen by every person for it is very interesting The Filipino midgets at the Phili ppine exhioit is the best show at the re servation The woman is twentyseven Inches tall and the man is two inches taller They sing and lance and are quite accomplished The Igorrotes eat every dog they can kill TheI men do the cooking while the woo men weave make baskets and have a good time This exhibit covers for ty acresThe Star state is represented by a palace in the tore of a five pointed star Unlike the situation of Cloverport and Tobinsport are those What are HumorsT- hey are vitiated or morbid fluids cours- Ing the veins and affecting the tissues They are commonly due to defective diges tion but are sometimes inherited How do they manifest themselves 1 In many forms of cutaneous eruption salt rheum or eczema pimples and bolls and In weakness languor general debility IIow are they expelled By Hoods Sarsaparilla which also builds up the system that hast suffered from tupm 1 It1a tho best medicine for all humoru f I fwv l fijI 4 c J THIS REMEDYIs GIVE SatisfactionElys G Relief at Once stwthrsland cures Catarrh sad drives sway aCId In lutliollcttcl UliWy It is aihrhd IHUIS mid Irotevts thu MfiutTmrI lies ires tUf SeiiMMof Taste and Smrll Full stir V at druKlKKir hy mall Trlii Hue Ilk lhy mull YII11OTHEUS a i Vnrren St New York of the etato buildings of Kentucky and Indiana as they are quite a die tance apart The manufacturing interests and the State departments of Indiana are well represented in the building The original illustrations of James W Rilevs bookI An Old Sweetheart of mineby Christy are found here They are drawings about fOxO incite and are handsomely framed A beautiful piece of hand work in the womans display at the Kentucky building was crocheted gown yoke miade oy Mrs McGorern cf Victoria Breckenridge countyKyIThe erection of the Tyrolean Alps was the most expensive of the amuse ment concessions on the Pike costing between SOOOUO and 100000 r It is a wood structure covered with a representation of Alpine scenery The following are the Keutncktnns who are well known in Breckenridge county that were in St Louis Ken tacky Day Mr and Mrs A Y Ford Mrs Irene Newsom Loring Col and Mrs Fowler and daughter Miss Lonia Fowler Miss Ruth Haynes Mr and Mrs Charles Minary Msses Louise and Mildred Babbage Mr and Mrs Frank Hnswell and sis ter Mrs Bacon Mrs HV Duncan Ernest Robertson J D Babbage Jr Mr and Mrs RN Hudson and daughter Virginia Miss Nellie Gregory Mr and Mrs Shelby Conrad Mrs Jennie Minor Mrs Charles Lewis Mr and Mrs Du Relle Fairleigh Mr1 and Mrs 7 D Babbage Charhs Liegh Eli Gregory Charleton and David Ditto and Mrs J D Sawyer Kentucky Day June 15 was the redletter day of the Kentucky Press Associations visit to the WotldsFalr The Press club spent nearly the entireday at the New Kentticicy Home where every Kentuckian felt that he was a host as well as a gnest and too felt he could say at all tiinesItg part mine The Governor of Kentucky and his beautiful wife with their gueata arrived there at noon After the Gov ernor had delivered an address sp eohe wore nmde oy several Ken tnoklans Among the prominent men who spoKe were Mr AY Ford He ponsiblt3Isubscription for Kentuckys part in the Worlds Fair Mr Ford must have accomplished all he set out to do for the New Kentucky Home is all any Kentuckian should desire Its sit uation is beautiful It is convenient to good restaurants car lines and to the only hotel in side the ex position grounds the Inside Inn And too this like all other Kentucky heaps is filled with genuine hospitality and with beautiful Ken tacky women to extend It A lovely woman is the Kentucky hostess Mrs Smith Besides possessing much personal charm she is a rare beauty having golden brown hair and violet blue eyes And she is suilfciently tall to wear gracefully the elegant gowns that were made especially for the social events at the Kentucky buildingWednesday afternoon Mrs McKin ueys song Green Kentucky Par tnres toWIS sung by Col Ballardof Shelbyville He is a notel tenor sing er and is tt brotherinlaw of Col and Mrs Fowler formerly of OloverportI That night a reception was given in honor of the Governor and his staff at which the members of the Kentucky Pres3 were guests Among those in the receiving flu e besides the Governor and his staff were Mrs BeckhamMr and Mrs AY Ford GovFrancis Mrs Smith Miss Clay and Miss Stanley During the reception a delicious two course luncheon was served to the quests the number being over five hundred On the following night even a more elaborate reception was given to the Kentucky Press Association by the Kentucky Club of St Louis The Henderson Route is the only route to the Worlds Fair quick and comfortable and always on time Clovorporters can baord the train hern at11 p m take one of the easy reclining chairs sleep as long as they want to and land in St Louis at 715 am Tho night ride is the best cool comfortable and free trom dust The Kentucky building is a gem so home liKe and inviting Our commissioners and onr own Arthur Ford have done their work well and- o the satisfaction of every Kentuck- Ian Its the handsomest building on the grounds RE Hughes the secretary of the Kentnckp building IS tho busiest man at the Worlds Fair He looks h Mat ww t after Kentuckians unit sees that they have the best of everything thats on top He iff kind and courteous never too busy to shake and say howdy Col Ernest Robertson was the hand somest man on the Governors staff and seemed just as much nt home as if he was on tho Branch looking after n loath of stock In the 1entucky building Ernest Hnswell of Hnrdinsburg has tho only exhibit Clay Modeling Thete are six pieces a rabbit dog eagle horn buffalo and stag They attract a good deal of attention 100 Reward SIOO The readers of this paper will be pleased to leurn that there is at least one dretded disease that science has been able to cure 111 all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positiveI cure known now to the medioal fraternity Ca tarrah being a constitutional disease requires n 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 Collars for any cave it fail to cure Send for list of testimonials Address F J Cheney Co Toledo O Sold by nil druggists 7oo Take Halls Fam ily Pills for constipation Quick DlHlintcli A bill was once stuck on tho shop window of n tradesman In the Fried richstmsRc Berlin setting forth that these promises are temporarily closed owing to the nmrrlngo of the proprietor to bo reopened in twenty minutes rite heal ItcuHon How did that prima donna come to lose her voice Well answered the impresario some people say she sang too much but my personal opinion is that she lost it arguing about salary Washington Star There are few wild beasts more to bo drenched than a talking man having nothing to sayS vtft Cowards die many times before their death Shakespeare Enter School Mention course wanted when you write for our dialogue Address H H Cherry President Southern Normal School and Bowling Green Business College BowhngGreen Ky GARTER SUPERSTITIONS Here are a few garter superstitions that still survive Gold garter buckles are lucky Iud silver ones tho reverse The girl who wears her garters below tho knee wl early loso her beauty To put on tho left garter before the right on dressing in the morning will bring bad luck all day rite marriage of n brldo who wears any but white garters on her wedding day will have an unhappy ending Tine luckiest colors for garters nro white blue nnd black The wcnrer of yellow garters will lose a friejid within n year If a garter breaks in church the wearers marriage will be happy but if the accident happens at a dance Its a sign that tho wearers sweetheart is faithless to her CaSXOAXaBern theiliaKM Von Have Always Bought SIgnature Y J1fof itAARR A OfAil A ilARitAk ilAilihA AAaArtRCffl AAiIASii1ClAAaA A AAAit tAARRAAA ti0i1AAAA4i1Si Ait tAA fillAA tililililAiliaAAitililRitilitiEf fAd 1 lAWitiaAAi1ai1111tiQitRA7ARllit7lilOAit +aRiti9ltRiaitiliiilw IRilitilAitilltAkAitiailililit Joi tc i tirr ocY 4 oi 1 B I P I C N I Clit1LQf Co JK- tt 11 f- tC T c ANDa14t- l4C1 1 o t 1- Gf T- t BARBECUE00 f1 f = t1 C t1 fl g A talYA11Jt BI- C1 Ii w1C A irFOURTH of JULY Ii Iii I h SNEAR HARDINSHURGll ttTtr rlAr Ih- z n- rr kJ rr 1 x Biggest in the County on This Day lII r ItrIi 4 ai At the beautiful grove at the intersection of S r- r w 5 the Hardinsburg and Owensboro road and the w ij Hardinsburg and Cloverport turnpike near HaritA1- 1tt i t i dinsburg 011II S LiaW ttt l 1J JYff 1 JkV is I tJ b I el Monday Julytif d t1 trti J iiTherewill be refreshments galore firstclassI g i tbSfr dancing floor and good string band SomethingIV Jt r S going on day and night J Ii Y 1 4 oioltIII i A 0 r 1W N Pate Gus D She11man 1i1 jf1 t- tt xS rerrrrOr hlmIi Iri f- IIf a q rrrrOiRrrarrrrrltrrrrrrerrrrrtrvrrrrrrrrtrtrvrrrirrrrto arritrw g gvMiss Emma Casey of Vine Grove was the guest of Mrs Luoy Younger last Wednesday War Taking my life In my hands I advanced Into the very midst of the can non until both my urine were shot off And then Sir I took my life in my teeth and pressed on exclaimed the old veteran or Invallde with glowing eyesPuck worriedhint That land said the city nephew is valued nt SOO n front foot Tlnmderntloii exclaimed tho old farmer hastily moving back on to the sidewalk An I stood on it most five minutes Do you reckon theyll charge me rent V Chicago Post An Unexpected Delay Mrs Lakeside She married In haste I Mrs La belleAnti repented tit leisure 1 Mrs Lakeside It seems so She wns fully n year in getting her divorce Smort Set One Good Heimou Hogg Well Im mighty glad I nlnt got no children Kaustlck Its just as well HofjB floats what Knustlck Yes for in these days of free education they wouldnt be able to escape sonic knowledge of grammar nnd theyd be forever correcting you Catholic Standard Ambliruons Wlfey Do you recollect that once when we had it tilt I said you were Just as mean as you could b01 Hubby Yes darling Wlfey Oh James how little did I know you then Glasgow Times Treason HoI wonder if there is another girl in the whole wide world so sweet ns my little sweetheart She Whats that IIow dare you think of another girl I shant speak to you for a week Frank Bnrtles was down from Parties last Wednesday ttCJclncc r A Chinaman can B ness transaction DulnelllfIIt not The foreign J orient have the 1 word of n Mongolian If a Chinaman nr undertakes n contract he will carry 4i out the terms of that contract though ili 1 It 1 impoverishes him There is no trick l tc 1fthis i him give that word and you can bank Ion it that he will die rathe than be rtray it The Japanese arc crafty business f men So long as they see In sight they will hold to a but if there is n chance of profitsICICJap in the majority of cases J some means to get under cover f1 the crash tonnes 1 fAs people grow older the floor keeps 4 growing farther away every time they try to stoop ovor Atchlson Globet KII 3 JABarry was in Louisville Friday v 7 i rI= oi = 7 41 NOTICE m rr- WI 11 t I TOil1IM 1 COUNTRY MERCHANTS If you did not read our ad in the NEWS last week and have not mailed us an orderi you have made a mistake as your neighbor has availed himself of the opportunity and has gotten a lot of cheap GROCERIES t UI M rtII1i OUERBACKER GILMORE CO WHOLESALE GROCERS 1 1 N Louisville Ky L r dC1FrE J 1C EfE9dfE6CQ 7 JI r t u Uaq- J r glirrK11ii utt s PiUs tThispopular remedy never falls to oJeffectually euro t Dyspepsia Constipation Sid t Headache Biliousness i Y And ALL DISEASES arising from a DigestionA11f I t and solid flesh Dose small elegant z ft swallowtxraA = The Breckenridge News 1E SkWEDNESDAYS JUNE 22 1001 q A It Harvester Oil 3oc per galPopham 1111 Bros Ii AGoldDust Flour 730 per snekPop ax tharm Bros tt11 JA t For sale Wall paper store Call on ibTF Sawyer t MrsUnn Sobnnlcof Rome Ihdwai t In the city Friday = r s Rev Benton of Louisville was in r WednesdayrBorn June 18 to the wife of C T AimMcllanahan a daughter JJIt Ed Gregory was at Falls of Rough = t and Glendeane last weeks t i2 Jag Watlington of Union Star was f businessii e HaweavillokIi It R R Williams of Evansville was o t1Dthe city Wednesday on business Grover Squires of Raymond has Itt a position with J E Keith Son MIss Josie Yeager has been visiting otI LewisportII f i Owtr A t Mrs Henry Duncan returned Satur sA iriday from a trip to the Worlds Fair tl WL McCracken spent last week asfishing and hunting on Rough creek tI Mrs Geo Travorof LimaOis the t Jtf guest of her daughter Mrs JGHarris S V Bring your produce to us It will rR buy just as much as the cash Popham rr ABrosMiss Tula Daniel of Hardinsburgrs was the guest of Mrs RB Pierce yesterdayJt 15 to the wife of OR thisIi cityI a son overIiJtotheHenderfon Ronte from Lou-isvillepto Evansville Sunday iCapt J A Clark formerly of Pates Sundayrdrlrtr visiting city Robert Holland and Matt Butcher F i Ireturned Saturday to Lewisport after a bust fit r spending n week at Tar Springs- cse can iV fcf Jess Owen came in from the South withforI wennamanIII carry Mr and Mrs Jno Van Coma of To i binsport Ind left Thursday for De thOUghI I catnr Ill where they will reside 1 ipMr and Mrs A B Jolly of Lex In bank J ington were guests of relatives at the han bep 1 Squires House Sunday and Monday ty busi y iUj Jno Graham of Louisville was the profits i guest of his parents Mr and Mrs mtractt t c Price Graham several days last week homter before j wBessie have returned from a three weeks visit to relatives at Cincinnati t nearjr keepsHardinsburg were the guests of lIe they relatives at the Squires House Fri the day Miss Ruth Younger of Hawesvillo Friday who has been the guest ol her brother Geo Younger returned home Satur tdiij jt Mry Estelle TrunellHof Chicago V i 1wasin the city the past week on busi J ness connected with her Tar Springs ffl JttA deal Joe Morrison left last Wednesday i+ potfliYfi pausing J i F has Lathe been visiting Senn of in TOb1DS Canneltou port jpanymimi guest of Mrs A C Sheldon this E Wilson attended the district meeting of the Metropolitan Llf insurance t company at Evansville tThursdaytr Col WS Thomas and Frank Lander came up from Hawesville Friday for a short visit to Mr and Mrs A B gkillman t Nelse Qdiggins was painfully hurt Saturday night by being thrown out of F Fraizes delivery wagon duri ng a runaway Hump Back SCOTTS EMULSION wont make a y hump back straight neither will It n I a short leg long but It feeds soft makeIIt and heals diseased bone and Is jh the few genuine means of recovery In rickets and bone consumption Send for free pmJle SCOTT DOWNEChemlltJ I 409415 Pearl Street New York joe and f100 all drafts C t Pure Leaf lard lOc per lbPopllnm Bros I Snow Flake flour 68c per snckPop hnm BrOs For sale Honso and lot Call ou T F Sawyer Sour pickled in bulk 2 doz for 150 Popham Bros Messrs E T Norton and J D Norton of Lodlbunf were in the city batur day on business Misses Adelia and Cathrino Moorman nttenllltheMr and Mrs B S Whltebocse Mrs Rosa Whitehouse and Miss Nell Whitehonse went to Louisville yester day to attend a picnic and commen cement at St Josephs academy today Operators Wanted Write now for our Telegraphy Cata logue Graduates secured poti ijua Address i H Cherry Bowliug Green Ky THE USE OF CHARMS Peculiar Amulet Which In Common Auioiit the Korean The people of nil nations are superstitious and a belief In charms and amulets prevails among people of every rank and grade educated or Igno rant rcllned or vicious When a maul declares I have no superstition con tinue the subject and in a few min utes he will state Willie I ant not superstitious yet I must say I always did believe etc demonstrating that he is about as superstitious as the average of mankind Charms and am ulets arc made of almost everything from a repulsive collection of human lingers human bones frogs toads snakes pieces of glass stone Iron dried blood bottles of water etc to elegant and artistic combinations of gold and precious stones For many centuries scraps of piper with quota tions from the Bible from the Koran and from the Vedas or combinations of letters or figures containing some mystic significance have been used nil over the world The abracadabra of the ancients tho letters being repeated und placed In the form of a triangle was in general use Written on a sheet of paper folded up and worn on the person it was supposed to keep off fevers and bring good luck to the wearer The Koreans have a most peculiar form of this kind of charm consisting of the figures 1 to 9 Inclusive placed In the form of a square thus iK8 The sum of the figures in each vertical horizontal or diagonal row eight rows in all is fifteen It Is supposed to be very cillcacious In promoting health happiness and prosperity and warding off evil Influences On rising In the morning these figures are writ ten on a piece of paper rolled up in a pellet and thrown away or rolled in a piece of broad and fed to the fishes whlcn is held to be tho most elllcaclous way A highly educated Korean gentle man said that this form of charm is used among all classes of people in his native land Speaking of it lie said My father an educated well Informed gentleman laughed at all superstitions yet ho would every morning write down the figures in the prescrib ed form ou u piece of paper roll It In a pellet cover It with bread and feed it to the goldfish lIe said that while he did not believe in such nonsense it always made him feel better Washington Post Getting a Good Start Miss Sophie beloved benefactress of half the poor of New Orleans sat at her desk writing when an elderly wo man who hind made tinny previous do Hands upon her was ushered in Oh Miss Sophie she said breath lessly I want to borrow a dollar please right away What do you need tho money for Srmagarde Well now you see Im going to get married nUll I need it for the license But if the man you are to marry cannot pay for the license how is lIe going to support you 1 Thats Just what I want to explain to you Miss Sophie You see tomorrow Is Thanksgiving nnd we are coming to your free dinner Then you always give us something to take home and in the evening tho Kings Daughters are going to have a basket distribution and wo shall each get one That will keep us a week easily and by that time well bo on our feet Chnnccrn Pace In n Stone In the geological branch of the British museum the visitor is shown a wonderful specimen of natural linita Ion in a small ribbon juspcrrhlss- tone the material of which is not un like that of other banded agates has upon its surface a perfect miniature portraIt of tho poet Chaucer Every detail Is startlingly correct There are the white face the pouting lips the broad low forehead and even the whites of tho slightly upturned eyes The attendants say that it is utterly impossible to convince even some of the educated visitors that it is not an artificial production lllijmcH For Timbuktu Timbuktu Is chiefly Interesting as tho subject of verses submitted for a prize offered many yours ago1Y Punch for rhynes to that curIous ntrJlc One of tho verses wasi If I were a cassowary On the plains of Timbuktu I would eat a missionary Skin and bones and hymn book too Another with a more perfect rhyme ran thus As I was hunting on the plains All on the plains of Timbuktu A buck was all I got for my pains And he was a slim buck too e u LearTh Pitch a CUrve THE CE OF BMf B L ilBWIDPUnriHEGflME BYJII I I lJll611H11i Captainl1anagerNewYorkTeamNl NewYorkTeamNl5foR191 F1Yl 1 PpIC- I IRA1ID I10 CENTS RUMARO K roXPuius nuuiKii MUMI scw raps THE GREATEST BOOK ON THE GAME EVER PUBLISHED I Tells How to Play Every Position from Pitcher to Outfielder SENT ON RECEIPT OF 14 CENTS STAMPS OR MONEY RICHARD 0Pultf FRANKLIN SQUARE NEW YORK CITY For Salo by JNO D BABBAGE Clovorporti Ky i 7ij Coal Prices fi iI ReducedIt I jjj 100 bu 950 m ft 25 bu 250 fl it JSi I r1 1Iu We handle the Auburn Ash 11Coa which is the best coal ever i i pI1 t It to he clear of slack or sulphur ff- fl f fl Will fill coal houses on monthly It- ii payments 1 h Gregory Colrlr fI orr tI THE WONDERFUL SUN Some of tile TliliiKH We wacky About tint MyMtorltiuM Star A very wonderful nnd in some re specU mysturiouH object U the sun a typIcnl stur the nearest one nud not fiu far away MB to provont us from studying It In detail and yet presenting conditions so different from those we can obtain In our laboratories that to n considerable extent it delles our ron sonings and renders our conclusions merely conjectural Certain facts however have boon os tablished beyond any possible doubt and must necessarily form the founda tion of all reasonable theories and opinionsWe for Instance that Its mean distance from the earth Is very closelyI 03000000 miles that its diameter is about SGOnoo miles or 109M times that of the earth and Its bulk about 1300 000 ns great Wo know also that its mass is about 330000 that of the earth and that con sequently gravity upon Its surface Is about 2iY times as powerful as here A man who here weighs 150 pounds would weigh more than two tons upon the sun and there a squirrel would not bo able to jump any more friskily than an elephant hero- Experiments with burning glasses make It certain that the effective tem perature of the suns surface taken as a whole doubtless the actualI tamponi turo varies widely at different points Is much above any which we can produce by nrtlllclal means Not even the electric furnace can rival It Carried to the sun and kept there for a few hours only the earth would melt and pass Into vapor The estimated temperature Is about 12000 degrees F but cannot be regarded as exact Professor Charles A Young In Harpers Weekly Tried mid Found WiiiitliiR Ive had so much bad luck said the gloomy man that I lie awake half the night thinking about my troubles The cure for that they told him Is to quit thinking of your own trou bles Think of other peoples Ill try It ho said Three months later they met him againWell how did It work they asked himDidnt do any good ho replied I Ho awake all night now thinking of other peoples troubles Chicago Tribune Vlth llnmlioldtH Notes Auctioneer This book gentlemen Is especially valuable as It contains mar ginal notes In the handwriting of Alexander von Humboldt A hundred marks are offered Going going gone It Is yours sir The autograph marginal note by the renowned scholar was ns follows This book Is not worth the paper It Is print ed ouLondon Telegraph D W Murray spent Sunday in Hawesville and Cannelton OASTOaXABears theTha Kind You Hav3 Always Bought Signature or YI G akUl4 1 r o I1 W l L tIhAdvertisements Inserted under this head at- m tent it word per week Fort SALE iaid TI G Presses anti Cutting mallllnes one lot of good Laundry machines AIM new and secouuhHnd Otis and Uiusolln KiiKlnM MAKTIN OABIE 5183rd Street Louisville Ky- FOitSALEiiarresl 11 ymuuth Rock Eggs pure stock EICIlII1 1 IltrIS dm till all order promptly Itnd me Mil order will please you Address Mrs 1 T Cox Ekrun Kv l IIST 1L TIME TABLE VJEAST UOLVD portIb0A at test Point only urrlv IISHI Louisville 715 A M- tJ2Nn Dally Mull and Express leaves CIo vLTiort 5111 A AI stops ut all way stations attic LoulHvllle 12151 M NeV1Illy MuM and Express leaves Clo vurport 443 PM stops at all way stations except ritne Arrives IxiuUvllIv 1 M V M WEST SOUND Noyi Dally bt Louts Mall and Express Itll VIS UovtrlJOrt 1008 A M1 arrives Evans vllle 1250 PMarrives St Louis 7lrt 111stops only nt HawMVllle Lewisport IOWITS Spottsvllleitskets leluesOIoverlortI statim1 No 45 dally St Louis fast train learosCta I 1 AMt1 UuwcSvllleOnsooro Dnlly100vsmRetur11ingarrives at Cloverport 6 SO p m connection cept Sunday Trains 1ItI 43 and 44 make con nection on Sunday for lords vIII 0 train 46PRrur44Thrughsiceiers andLtJOHN S CULLEY IIf- tft BRICK CONTRACTOR V r Louisville Ky kl h = 7 7 J Gasoline for sale at News Office HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Round trip homeseekers excursions to West and Southwest first and third Tuesdays eoch month at greatly reduced rates One way second class colonist tickets to South and Southeast first and third fueadnys each month at reducedrates General Association of Kentucky Baptists CiimpbeUsvIlle Ky June 13 18 lOOlj For this occasion rate of 503 for round trip Cloverport to Campbellsvllle Cy and return will be made on June IS and 14 good returning June 101904 Following Worlds Fair tickets on daily sale Cloverport to St routs Seas on ticket i j80 60 day ticket 0515 day ticket 035- Fourth of July Rates Ior forth of July rate of one fare plus 25c will be made for the round trip between Cloverport and all local points tickets to be sold on July 334l good to return to and including July fifth KENTUCKY DAY AT THE WORLDS FAIR THE BANNER DAY OF TilE EXPOSITION TilE HENDERSON ROUTE OFFICIAL LINE FOR KEN TUCKIANS Governor Bockbaiu tho Louisville Board of Trade the Cotn inertial Club and the Merchants and Manufacturers Associations have chosen the popular Ilender son Route as the OfHcial Lino to St Louis for the great Kentucky Day Celebration When purchasingyour tickets ask for them over the Henderson Route the Free Reclining Chair Car Line PARKERS HAIR BALSAM Clams end twantincl the hair Promote t Inxurltnt growth GrayUnlrI Cute ialansdk j i I 1 II f The most beautiful illustra W tions of the I j Uwill I be given byiil THE IDEAL m j ENTERTAINERS J FRIDAY NIGHT AT I OELZES HALLII M Tickets on Solo et ijW D OELZE STORE l un rfAtM M- yr I MEET ME AT NOLTES J iiii Going to The Worlds FairII If you are thinking of taking the trip we r would like to help complete your wardrobe If you are needing anything in Trunks Valises Telescopes Suit Cases y Straps for Trunks and Valises Comb and 55 4 Brush Umbrellas Canes Shirts Suspen H ders Plain and Fancy Socks and Hose H Collars Cuffs Neckwear Come Right Along Well Please You JCNOLTEBROMASONIC CLOVERPORT KY Oil INt V Mrs day to Gainesville Texas after visit of her Mr and Mrs Chas To Make A Short Cake Loaf of Bread or pan of Biscuit and have them Short and moist is to us- eCADICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR Made from LOI1 bern Red Winter Wheat purchased from the fanner direct Every kernel of which qualitiesTry and get the best shortcakes bread and biscuit from the use of Cadicks Gold Dust Flour Jet it from your Grocers Cdick Milli g CO GRANDVIEW IND 413hPC1lb4tltl Ye6Jlb t- II Bettorr Than Eyor This- YoarSwllow I I an- dMarklesi I I I FLOATING = PALACEEWII r TYr ll 1tNRfI P Y1 wot I Will be at the river I Monday Evening I JUNE 27 i present a great musical comedy act Attractive and high class programme A ELECTRIC LIGHTS I ELECTRIC FANS 1100 SEATS MONDAY JUNE 27 lGreatest Shona on the iV8rJ Walter Marlow returned yester a several weeks to parents Warfleld wholly contains And I Mrs C B Skillman and daughter Elizabeth left yesterday for Mirgan I fiold to spend the summer with her parents Mr and Mrs T B Young t r b1 a c vn d f 1 1 9 I The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY June 22 1004 APPALLING DISASTER New York June 15Ono of thi most appalling disasters in the history of New York tragic in its immensity dramrttio in its episodes and deeply pathetic in tho tender age of most of its victims tooK place todny in tin East river uat the entrance to the Long Island sound within a short dlstnnci of the New York short and within sight of thousands who were powerless to minimize the extent of the enUwtrophe By the burning to the waters edge of the Gen Slomirn a threedecke excursion steamer the largest in there waters wore thou 000 persons the majority of whom wore women fund children were burned to death or drownol hy jumping ovortxmrd or bv being thrown into the whirlpools by the lurching of tho vessel and the frantic rush of the panicstricken passengers Approximately 500 bodies have been recovered and are now oeing tagged at the morgues of Bell evne Hospital and Harlem Divers were still busy at a late hour tnRin bodies from the hold of the vessel which they say Isiilled with the bodies of human beings while scores who leaped or were thrown into the river have not been recovered Triumps of Modern Surgery Wonderful things are done for tho human body by surgery Organs ire taken out and scraped and polished and put bock or they nmy be remov ed entirely bones are spliced vi pee take the place of diseased sections of veins antiseptic dressings are applied to wounds bruise burns and like injuries before inflammation sets in which causes thom to heal without maturation and in one third the time required by tho 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 twin and soreness Keep a bottle of Pain Balm in your home and it will save you time and money not to mention the inconven ience and Buttering which such in juries entail For stile by Short Haynes The Cut Eye The cats eye stone now prized as an ornament is a very different thing from the ancient cats eye or eyestonc of India nn agate cut so RS to show the so culled eye or eyes It is supposed by some that this latter was used as money In some parts of India four cen turlos ago nut specimens found today have an interest to numismatics Miiklnur It ItirNiiniil Did you ever long for death asked the soulful dyspeptic young man of the practical young woman It way the fourth long cull he had made on her that week and she was sleepy Whose death do you mean she asked In a dry discouraging tone V Orlnlii Test Daughter I sometimes wonder if Jack really loves me Ilrotlier Well you neednt Ive been borrowing mon ey from him for the last nine months mid ho hasnt decreased his visits Brooklyn Life Sound Ioulc1 Professor of LogIeI put my hint down in this room I cannot see it anywhere There has been nobody In beside myself Therefore I am sit ting on It He was Illtllhllllll- Burnley He claims to be related to you nnd says he cnn prove It Floyd The mans a fool Iturdeythat may bo n mere coincidence Smart Set Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dis courages and lessens ambition beauty vigor dollar E by 1 son when neys are out of order or trouble for a child to born I afflicted with weak neys If child urin too If urine scalds flesh or if when child reaches an age when It should be able to control passage It Is yet afflicted with depend upon It cause of difficulty Is kidney trouble and first step should be towards treatment of these organs This trouble Is due to a diseased condition of kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose Women as well as made erable with kidney and bladder trouble and both need same great remedy The mild and Immediate effect of realized Ills sold by druggists in fifty cent and one M sizes You may have aE sample bottle mail and cheerfulness disappear the kid diseasedKidney has prevalentI be kid the ates often the the the the bedwetting the the the the important unpleasant the men are mis the the SwampRoot soon free also pamphlet tell Home of srmipnoot Ing all about It including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer If Co Binghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper Dont make any mistake but remember the name Swamp ROot Dr Kilmer Swam Root and the address Binghamton N Y on every bottle arjry DIY BONES VALLEY PLACES WHERE DEAD BODIES ARE PRESERVED BY THE CLIMATE In Chile For Imitative the Air In So Dry That it IN AluiONt ImIIIleJ- ror an t nlitirleil Hotly to Dcoou IIOHC In the Urillunry Sliiiiner Among the most curious things In this queer old world perhaps the weird est Is the valley of dry bonea wlilc continually crops up in various IUtrtsI of both hemispheres In Chile fur instance the air is so dry that it is almost Impossible for 11 body to decompose in the ordinal way Here und there in the mountain or on UK plains one way discover Ii body that has been clay for severs I years but has no more returned to dust than to life There is literally a valley of dry hones not fur from Valparaiso whor a battle was fought during the Hulmii cedn troubles Here may lJe soon today bodies of men natal horses scnttcrei among the rocks that arc like uothlnj so much as Egyptian uiuuunius shrlv died by the fierce sun and uinbalmei by the natural dry atmosphere This Is not strictly speaking a val ley of dry hones but that there Is in real one in Ceylon no one who has vis Itetl that island can doubt for a mo went It Is a peculiar fact and one which is borne out by the testimony of the English planters in Ceylon that when an elephant feels Its last hour approaching it will if permitted to do so etcapu Into the jungle to die Once the sick elephant gets away it Is never seen again Where they go to Is the problemIt absolutely certain that they must go somewhere nUll therefore na they vanish so mysteriously in the hour of death ono cannot but give redcnco to the tale which Is often brought down from the hills by the Tamil and Cingalese According to these people there is n valley of dry bones near Tnlawakele vhlch is about twentylive miles south of Kaiidy the old capital of the Is land This valley to be correct Is mid to bo a vast underground tunnel with numerous but dltllcult to HUll entrances and exits Such places are HHiimon In Ceylon but the particular cave whore the elephants go to die Ins never been discovered though numer als expeditions have sought for It In view of the fact that the ele ilmnts do disappear when they are about to die It seems probable that omo such place does exist on the Is land for it Is certain that the great inwleldy beasts do not swim across Ube gulf of Manaar The person who inds this elephant sepulcher will probably reap a fortune in ivory Another strange place exists as n real valley of dry bones In the is and of Jamaica West Indies Of course there Is a legend attached to It but here are the hard facts and ar actual description of the valley Itself It Is situated near the Cnnucunn gap In the Maroon country at the eastern xtrtinlty of the Island This region Is clothed in primeval forest nUll the fact lust rain fulls on an average twelve hours a day all the year round gives tile Jungle a luxuriant green vegeta ion not to bo found elsewhere Hut his valley though situated right in tile heart of the wet country is bare of leaf and life The limestone rock is white awl hot Hunt trees that seem to have been lighted suddenly stand up all gaunt white and detail The valley is sheltered from the wind and the first force of the ainetorms As n consequence this tnuigo ravine is silent unmolested iuti qulto dry The weird feature Is that although ogetntlon seoms to have been dense tare In former years nothing will grow now Nature has come to a com dole standstill During the hut season tho temperature of the valley Is almost unbearable and it is visited by seismic istnrbunces that cause the dead trees tad dry hot stones to rattle like dry ones hence the name the valley has equlred The legend of this valley of dry tones cnn hardly be taken without a litchi of salt but let us be nothing If tot complete Many years ago stays tho negro story teller a woman lived 011 a plantation in Cuba She was no orloiiB for her cruelty to her slaves the used to throw cayenne pepper In heir eyes and afterward stick cactus needles Into their bodies Just for sport One night the slaves revolted and turned the plantation house to the round The woman managed to es rape in an onen boat to Jamaica Ihere she sought refuge from her enemies In the heart of the jungle Here she developed a mania for col jctlng all sorts and conditions of cats When she hud procured a multitude of the feline tribe she amused herself by arturlng them The legend has it that very night the demoniacal shrieks of tho woman and the cries of the cats were to be heard even in the Maroon Hinges Hut one night a severe earth make came und swallowed up time cuts their tormentor und her home ew York Herald Forbidden Fruit A request was once trade to the au lorltlcs of one of the colleges at Cam ridge that room might be found on the spacious lawns of their garden for tho lady students of Girton college to lay lawn tennis Guessing clearly enough what would be the result of the ilmlsslon of these students of the falr- er sex among the undergraduates the master replied that It was ordered In- the statutes of the college that the gar dms must be devoted to the purposes orr floriculture and must not be used for nsbandry Spare Moments Will Meet in Louisville Nashville Tenn Jane nThe I t United Confederate Veterans today decided to hold the next reunion in Lunisville and elected the follow officers CommanderinChlef Lieut Gen Stephen D Lee of Columbus Miss Commander of the Department ot Northern Virginia Ueu C IrvIne Walker of Greenville 8 C Commander of the Department of Tennessee Gen Clement A Evans Atlanta Gn- C0111UII1111er ot the transMissifSip Deportment Gen W L On bell of Dallas Tox- Certain That lie AVonlil Win I once knew an old Irishman who would Invest his last ont in any kin of a gamble he ImppMutl up against said a Philadelphia imijjIatrHto tho Other day One Chrhmiuis eve he cant home with a ticket entitling him to tu chance on n horse and sleigh that wee to be rallied off Well be ilrivln out through Fall mount park tlf morrow like tlK bl guns Jury ho announced with Arid to his wife Oh pop wont that be find chimed in his little son You an mo cnn rid on the front seat and mom mind little Johanna cnn sit In the back Yell be loin no etch thing as sorted the old mnn Twill bo the bac seat for you my lad Yer lOonier will be on the front seat wit me I will soP whined the youngster I will so bo rldlii on tho front Tho old man assumed a stern pn rental air and took his pipe from his mouth to deliver his final decision Yell not I tell ye ho said Ill be havln no batch talk from ye 01 off the sleigh Philadelphia Press How tilt Miillft Arc Iliiltlieil Thero IsI a vast number of employee In tho postolflco department yet only about duo casts of milting the malls an discovered lu the course of a year It is so easy to open tumid resenl letters that it is a wonder there aro not thou sands of cases Their fewness speaks volumes for the honesty of the mon in the service Hero Is the method of tho expert in opening letters Place the envelope address down upon a piece of thy blotting paper Then lay apiece of wet blotting paper upon the sealed flap nail allow It to remain there under pressure of a book or somethln for a few minutes Tills moistens the mucilage and the lisp may be lifted without Injury by rolling a cedar pen ell beneath it The contents being exI traeted press the flap back with thoi dry blotting paper and nobody can possibly detect the robbery The only safeguard Is sealing wax New Yorl Press Cures Kidney and Bladder Troubles Deer Seated Cases Aching Back Mucous Discharger Etc For old obstinate deepseated Kid ney Bladder and Urinary disease take a bottle of Botanic Kidney Specific If you have agonizing pains in back swollen legs or abdomen dis charges from the nretha neuralgia of the bladder burning sensation or difli iiilty in passing water also a frequent dischargeftlsagreeabledocolored your kidneys and bladder an Specificdisoppenrdiscbl1rgos ppear The burning sensation stops guaranteedBotanio gives strength power and health to the kidneys Acts directly on the uric acid tad dissolves and destroys it Plea ut to the taste Especially advised for chronic cases that reels all other treatment ri per large bottle at my store or by express Call or write A R Fisher Cloverort Ky Vliy IllrilM Art GiiHlly rolMinrd Birds seem to hoe no discrimination vlmtevcr In regard to poisons proba Wy because they hire no sense and wallow their food without masticating It They are terrified to paralysis by the appearance of a poisonous snake unless the terror be due to dread of tho ippunninvo of the serpent rather than to nn Inherited knowledge of Its von niious power but such Intelligent birds is rooks will pick up and eat poisoned raln axial crows and ravens readily eat poisoned eggs or went Chickens will eat the poisonous seeds of labur mm and file from Its effects Whether birds such as tits and greenfinches ever do so does not seem to be known But wild birds are frequently found lying In gardens though apparently they have been In good health a few hours before and their lentil may be duo to the consumption of poisonous seeds London Spectator A Short nml Cnuvtlc Review In The Life of Dean Farrar his son Reginald Farrar has Included flatly extracts from Men I Have Knownfor example the following story of Browning which Is worth recalling John Stuart Mill happening upon a copy of Bells and Pomegran itcs sent a request to Talts Magr zlno for permission to review It The editor answered that unfortunately 1c could not Insert a review of Bells mid Pomegranates aslt had been reviewed ill tho last number Mr Browning bOIl the curiosity to see this review amid found the toUowlngfBells and Pomegranates by Robert Browning Balderdash Will You Celebrate The Fourth of July If so be sure to have a bottle of PAracamph handy You will need it for a Burn Cqt or Bruise because it heals quicker and otter than any other known remedy revents Blood Poisoning relieves pain instantly and heals without saving ugly scars 0 Y Jdi r = Mt l What Becomes of It 1l11- If a man cats two pounds daily near two pounds daily must in some way pass from his body or disease and a premature death is a speedy and inevitable result The food that is eaten must contain the ele t ments necessary to supply nutriment to the system and free from all substances that bind the bowels r fl PRICESWH- EAT x FLAKE CEL- ERYFOOD if eaten daily there will be a daily action of the bowels waste removed nutriment retained fts Natures food for man Served hot or cold Palatable Nutritious Easy of Digestion and Ready fog Eat Mytlgnature on IiYvary package fix IlG C+ Dr Price the creator of Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder and Delicious Flavoring Extracts A cook bookeontalnlnfl 78 excellent receipts for using thefood mailed free to any address FOR SALE BY LEADING GROCERSa Prepared by PRICE CEREAL FOOD COMPANY Chicago Illinois iFor Sale by V G BABBAGE SON Cloverport Ky Death For Killing a tnt A law of one of tho old Saxon kings of England decreed that the killing of a cat was punishable by death and curious us it may seem this law was lu existence until less than fifty years ago Both the old Welsh and the English laws concurred In a curious penalty for killing the kings cat the guardian of the royal barn Tho of fender was mulcted In a heap of corn sufficient to cover tho defunct animal when held up by the tip of Its tall with Its whiskers touching the floor tenonI the Ltullcn His wife must be the worst housekeeper In the world Why so Why her husband stated publicly that there wasnt a day in the year when he wasnt perfectly comfortable at home New Orleans TimesDemo crat AVelconic New CollectorNow youve been owing mo this money altogether too long This Is tho last time I shall call with the bill Ilnrduppe Indeed Well then goodbyl I had been In hopes of seeing you many more times In Court of Appeals Montgomery vs Chief Hardin motion of appellant for an order directing County Clerks of Hardin Grayson and Breckenridge counties to preserve ballots east at thin Novem ber election 1003 sustained I i i rw Uucer KlTectM of Siinxlilno Every one knows that the heat of the sun will expand Iron and steel Stevensons tubular bridge over the Mona strait Is 400 feet long The heaviest train passing over It bends It Just half an Inch yet on a July day after the sun hats been shining on It for sev oral hours It Is found to be bent an Inch and a half bolo v Its usual lion zontal line The heat of the sun acts on stone as well as metal a fact which Is proved by the Washington monument It is C55 feet high but It will be found to be about two inches higher In the evening than in the morning of a sun ny day A strange effect of sunshine was noted at Plymouth where to lay the foundations of a sea wall the work men had to descend in a diving bell Theso bells had stupidly been fitted with convex circular glasses at the top The sea was very calm and the glasses so concentrated tho rays of the sun that the clothes of one of the workmen were set on fire and that at no less than twentyfive feet below tho surface of the water CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- 131gnature JBof 17f i W R F r 1 1 IpTheIt has often been stated that the ori gin of the word tip was from the hat tials of the words to insure prompt ness I think this is an error In 1834 to fee a waiter was regarded In New York city as a brIbethat is an attempt of one guest to secure attention at thp expense of other guests This is on the authority of Phil Hone then New Yorks mayor Tip means an acci dental spilling A guest who tipped was ashamed of it So ho accidentally dropped a coin where and when S only the waiter could see It so as to prevent the exposure of a mean trick New York Times Fourth of July Celebrations often result in serious a accidents to boys Andgirls So get a bottle of Paracamph First Aid to the Injured the remedy which healsrBurns Outs and Bruises quicker than anything elee It relieves pain and heals without leaving ugly scars Every bottle guaranteed t Aguinaldo Coming Here Fothe Filipino party now visiting here j state that it is tne indention of XIAgainaldo to leave Manila next nmorithr I on a visit to the United States He will visit the St Louis exposition as b well as Washington New York t 4andyother large oltIesri W 4tI II oL vI l0 1 1 iJ y itcplrrrr rrrrrrPmtrrMrra 1 JI 1JI The Camp Near Home X Howto Make a Camp Com as fortable The Outfit for Camp Housekeeping Wo mens Camping Out Dress A Camp Occupations X Ii trlo I rlbe a fad Everywhere people learning the value of a life in oreII open air and are proving for selves what even a few weeks of roughing out of doors wilt do The complete change of habit aide the fresh air to get in its good work andit 41g not necessary for the tired toiler to + take a long costly trip in order to maKe a total variety in the habits of daily life Farmers wives have found out that there is benefit to be derived from leaving home for a few days and camping down at some place a dew miles from the farm Busy city worKers who cannot afford to take themselves and their families to dis tant rural spots have discovered that a tent or a cabin within a short ride of town near enough for the businessmen i to goibaok and forth to work on rtheir wheels la not to be despised I i S AS a means of getting the change that t every one should have in the course of Itf the year v t Perhaps men have more of the na A itlve wooa dweller in their composi tenon than women out they never seem to havetrnuch difficulty in a Idapting themselves to the lack of home conveniences and comforts dur ing a camping out period Possibly this is because they have less of the purveying to do Children too en 1joy this sort of life and are never V happier than when enduring some r 11small privation that maKes them feel fthat they are leading a truly wild ex Vistence iJf The average woman does not take j unconventionalfLis usually more a creature of habits than the man and she takes her pleas Ore 114 an orthodox fashion Yet it isI shavenTout j 1ta J come so gnthusiastfo over camping out 3e her children and husband she can i hardly fail to get real benefit from There are many ways in which itII I I J camp may be made comfortaule the seekers for health and change who cannot indulge themselves in the lux ones of those Adirondack campers I who supply their rustic dwellings with brass Iwds and porcelain tubs i Whcre AVIvca Arc Cheap In Tnrtary no father will surrender fils daughter unless he gets a goodly Quantity of butter In return aiid InI marryuntilI rupeesE for I a wife umoiig the Mlshlmls but a poor I nian has more than once succeeded InIobtaining u bride on payment of onuI pfg jAt Unyoro any desirable but imps t cunlotis suitor may purchase his wife JL on credit but will not be allowed tot i enjoy her company until ho has paid t j the utmost farthing I li t Ik lied it Favorite Flog Color f Red seems to be the most popular of ii national colors If rings may be used as I rlterlous Of the twentyfive leading I njitlonal flags nineteen have red In r naydthcrmarked with red are those of the Unit j id States England France Germany I fjAustrla Italy Spain Denmark Bel jafeuni Sweden Switzerland Turkey ij Mexlco Chile Portugal and Venezuela I t f tJlnT It llni iviicilI Aunt Maria Dont deny It Marthap isaw you Your lips and his met as r n cams Into the room Martha Yes I It puntle but It was nil an accident I I I Tetarte l to whisper something Into J I Jfcharicys ear at the same moment that I pYlie tried to whisper something Into my r anti that Is how It happened yJJelurJoy felt us bad about It as I did tI v sure I l Strongly necomiucnileclt i md engaging a pnge boyWoll I cow soon can you come Page readl y + r ly4At once mum rndyUut surely vyour present mistress wont like that r ypi Pave brightlyOh yes she wlll I mamnl Shell bo only too glad to get I fad of meLondon Punch I II J i If jou wish to be held tJn esteem you must associate only wJthtliosela wko are estlzminblcItruycre Jp vr JI t 1 Ifrt 1khl r a rrrrlrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrp rr Camping Out BV CHRISTINB TERHUNB HERRICK Copyright 1BOJ by Ohrlstttio Torliuno Herriok AAAAA yAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAA AAAAA That sort Of thing is not camping at all in the real sense of the word much as it my appeal to the lovers of the flesh puts The day has gone by vueii a camp must of necessity be a tent A tent has its advantages but it also possesses drawbacks In hot weather it is very hot even although it cools quickly at night In wet weather it is not always waterproof and is chilly Men and boys are usually satisfied with it but a woman owns to a preference for some mind of a shanty or shack when sbe goes camping Vhethor it bo under can vas or beneath a more substantial roof the main timing to maKe sure of in planning for a camp is that time beds filnll be comfortable Happily a fair bed is easily achieved A camp cottwo lengths of wood with a breadth of canvas between and and folding legs beneah makes a bed not to be despised especially when a rug or quilt or comfortable 1 is laid upon Iit Such a bed as this can be shifted from place to place but the same result may be achieved with lees bother of transportation by driving into the ground lour posts corre sponding with the four corners of the bed fastening strips from one of these to the other so as to form a hollow square and to these strips scuring stout canvas If one is within reach of evergreens in abundance cross strips of wood may bo fastened to the lengthwise drips of the bed frame and boughs ot spruce or balsam or hemlock arranged on these for a mattress The old style of making a oed of boughs on the ground left much to be desired In wet weather even with a ditch cut around the tent some dampness was sure to make itself felt Like wise crawling things found it very easy to get into the green mattress The coverings for such a ned should be darts blank ts blaniiets are warm er and lighter than comfortables and there should be enough of them Cold nights are not unknown even in Summer and if one lies awake and shivers during the dark hours there is not much good won from the camping out experiment Let no woman be deluded into believing she can be really comfortable sleeping on a rub ber pillow This may do for a toun dation but for genuine comfort she will need a pillow of feathers or downWhen a man camper wishes to wash he takes u plunge in the nearest body of water A woman must plead for a wash basin If she can afford herself the luxury of a rubber tub she is in great luck Some sort of a rude wash stand can readily be contrived for her in the corner of ner tent or of her putIcampingHer should oe small and sensible Ofcourse she will wear a short HKirtlof tome woolen stuff thin flannel tmirtwaists as being easily oone up soft stocks instead of lauu The Kiwi In New Zealand Is found the kiwi a strange bird or the ostrich family Ostriches have two toes but the ex tinct nioas had three toes so also have the oxisMng emus cassowaries and rheas or South American ostriches Time Ikiwi however dHTcrs from the other Htruthlous birds In having four toes Further tho Ikiwi cannot be said to be quite ostrlchllke for In size It Is not larger than an ordinary barnyard fowl It has a small head with n large and muscular neck awl a long slender bill with the distinguishing feature that the nostrils are placed very close to Its tip Tho legs are short but the muscles on the thighs are well developed and time feet are strong and powerful and provided with sharp claws It Is a bird devoid of any ex ternal trace of wings and there Is no trace of tall visible while It is covered with long narrow hairlike feathers and on the fore part of the head and sides of the face are struggling hairlike feelers Chicago News How He Made the tips Has any painter ever axed on canvas visions distinct timid haunting of lands he had never seen I know not Time nearest timing of the kind was a won serial erection of brown paper and apparently Ingeniously arranged shelv covereddotted here and there with bits of mlr ror glass and cardboard houses which once puzzled tile considerably In the parlor of a cottage Do tell me what that Is111t last rose to my lips That answered my hostess very slowly that Is a work of my late us band a representation of the Ilalps as close as e could Imagine It for o never was abroad I often think of that man who never was abroad and of his representation of the Alps of the hours of poetic vision of actual crea tion perhaps from sheer strength of longing which resulted In that quaint work of art As close aa he could im agine them Macmlllans Magazine dr1 rIrrrrrrovrrrrrrrpraiAuthor Nursery First Aid rto the Young House 3 keeper Housekeep rIng Made Easy What t to EatIIln City 3 Tents Etc 2 A QAxAAaAAAAAAAAAAAAIects dried collars knickers ratner than elaborate underwear stout bootspnd a soft hatItFrills of any sort are out of place in a camp unless it be one of the luxurious establishments to which I have already referred In the regular hunting camps where there are guides these take charge of the cooking and the women of the party do not have to trouble them selves with anything in the way of kitchen work But there are many comps where the women do the house work nnd there must be provision made for the cooKing and eating The best camp outfit both for the stove and the table IK of the blue and white enamel iron ware which is light and duraole and not unpleasing to look at Stone china is ugly as well as heavy nnd anything finer or more fragile is out of tho question Table linen too Is Getter dispensed with as far as possible If one cannot be happy without a tablecloth it is well to take a coloured one but a white oilcloth comes in well as a sub stitute Japanese paper napkins are better than damask Washing and ironing should be spared the campers as much as possible The women who enjoy outdoor sports are very fortunate when they go camping I do not refer only to the lucky women who love to fish and row or who can handle a gnu They may be considered supremely blest But the advantages of an outdoor fad already dwelt upon in these columns are felt especially by the woman who camps out- Therefore unless the woman who goes camping has the love of Nature very strongly developed or is deeply interested in some outdoor fad she will do well to take with her some means of amusing berselt Let it be her fancy work or her basket mak ing or her pet game There should always be books and reading aloud and with these and the needed work dragWhen ible by good loads the bicycle will help to wake the outing more de lightful Cures Wood and Skin Diseases Itching Humors Eczema Scrofula Etc Send no money simply I write and try Botanic Blood Balm at our ex pense A personal trial of Blood Balm is tatter than a thousand print ed testimonials so dont hesitate to write for a free sample If you sailor from eczema scrofula Blood 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on or utter July lith and before AugUHt 1st 60000 For the nearest correct received on or utter August 1st and before August iMh 80000 For nearest correct guess received on or utter August 15th and lafore lat 50000 For the nearest correct xueM received on or utter 1st and before 15 50000 For the nearest correct guess received on or after October 1st and before October Ifttli MOOC Tutus 300 prizes to 525 00000 Inclosed Iud 5 to apply on account Name 51a1a My at the total URte to lit OIliI ole fforraiber 8 1M4 arvi I Remember that PRIZE 10000 and that there are EIGHT SPECIAL PRIZES of 50000 each for EARLY ALL ORDERS TO THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS Cloverport Ky I I KNOWN REPUTATION Delker reputation vehicle business knownIt gracefullydesignedstands for prices which really good vehicles can stands for the stands for rTheircatalogue factory Henderson Jnew L THE GEO CORPORATION KJII Sold dealers everywhere If your dealer does not handle the Geo Delker Work write direct the factoryNew Cannelton Company Cannelton milling company organized Tuesday 20000 capital which being rushed completion projectors addition foregoing followingIII SPECIAL EARLY ESTIMATES paid received guests till SeptemlKr September September 50000Foramounting Subscription Blank subscription 1oMoiUce Estimates fortheolRoto IresMent CAPITAL ESTIMATES SEND they will ibe ready to buy the first new wheat that Is placed upon the market Cunnelton Telephone Kodol Dyspepsia Curs Digests what you eat t yr TilE COMING OF EQUITY M WM Tulbs Theres a mighty force thats working- In the soil and through the air That will break the throes of winter And spread verdure erarytfhera Now its mild and calm and ponceful As the zephyrs of the night Now the sun in grandeur cheers us And the world seems extra bright Now a sudden change is noticed And the winds grow chill and cold Angry clouds discharge their burden And the world is dune and cold Thus does nature roll and tumble Through the season of springtime With a never changing programme That no prophet may divine Yet with all this change and mix up Theres the farmer faithful at it Fighting flood or drouth or insect While tne gamblers reap the profit Theres another force thats working In the fields of thought of men That is sure to change conditions bo the world it ill say amen It is mild and calm and peaceful Has the halo of good will Sends its message out like sunlight- To a world yet cold and still Like the progress of the seasons Wondrous changes can be seen Farms and farmers seem enchanted- At the prospects now first seen The sun of Equity has risen And shines brightly oer the earth While the farmer with his measure Sells his produce names its worth He no longer asks the buyer What his goodness will allow He now determines value From the days behind the plow And he says to every buyer Yes I have it In my bin It is worth BO many dollars- It you want it Wheres your tintl Nay nay I will not pay it I will give you soandso But alas poor Mr Buyer Times have changed and you way go The world must eat and we must feed it As an ever flowing fount t- Dallyweeklymonthlyyearly Now then farmers to the front 1- UpTo Date Farming Ma 1114 j The Breckenridge New WEDNESDAY JUNE 22 10W IRVINGTON Chas Chamberlains son of Ohio is visiting him T H McGhee was in LouisVil lust week on business Tony King is oxpeotod home soonI from suhool at QuiuoyIll Joe and Hubert Piggott leave short ly fii a trip to St Louis Tom Moore of Hardlnsburg was a visitor at Mt Pisguh Sunday Childrens Day at Preabyterm church the first Sunday in July Mrs T N McGlothlan is with hlr sister Mrs G ilh laud for a visit Misses Gregory and ChioK leave to day for their home in Louisville Mrs Ehzii Jones of Louisville VIIS the guest of Mrs Frank CIR comb last weekMrs G T Marshall has returned from MartinsvilleInd very intinh improve in health Mr and Mrs John IL Wimp enter tained the visitors attbeir lovely horn Friday evening- MrsR A Tuttle has returned from Winolieater accompanied by her mother Mrs Lowry Mr and Mrs John Kendall spent i tew days in Ekrou and Brandenburg last week visiting relatives Mr and Mrs Vun Hornof Louisville are in the neighborhood visiting Messrs Sash and Charles Simmons A party of young people chaperoned by Mrs R M Jolly enjoyed a day oc the creek near Dents bridge Tuesday Mrs Eliza Webb Lewis arrived from Owensboro Saturday to te with hrr daughter Mrs Bennett for the sum mar Mr and Mrs John Henry attended church at Sandy Hill Sunday und were the guests of Wm Kendall and familyCrofton Cunningham a jopular traveling salesman of New York was hire last mk to nee Mr and Mrs Will Gardner Eugene Gilliland a recent gmduiiu from Georgetown Collegewas the guest Of his aunt Mrs TN McGlothlan part of seek1iee Wnthen entertained come Of her young friends to an informal dinner Tuesday in honor of her com nany Mies Pnusy Paris Rev11 T L vg performs the lOAr rlg o reiuony at the Mcorumn Moreraftu wedding Ht 2 Ulendeane to day Mrs Lewis and children accom parry him and they will reiunin some time visiting relatives in that neigh borhoodAiigs Ella Robertson who has recent ly returned from Georgetown College where she made voice culture a special study sHBg very sweetly on the night of June 13 titles Robertsons voice InS greatly admired and slows much lady and real love of inuiio TwiiilyFivi Centi Will give you rent Will stop your pain an itohing Panciiinph ftlMolute 1f ottres PIles whether bleeding or 1 toning WEBSTER Mrs J C iratuher is visiting ttt Welt 1olnt- 1LOKeys attended Circuit Court Ht Owensboro last week MrsH0 Rays visited at Lodlburg Saturday and SnwUvy Miss Norris Kurtz is visiting Miss Burnice Shnuklett at Kkrou Miss Addie English who hus been ill for several montbeis no better The wheat crop is hotter than it was thought itwould bo early in the season Mie3 Jessie Carey of Ulemleano will tub time next session of our public school The Mures Lyddttoe of Owensboro are visiting their cousin Miss Nun Lyddan Miss Pearl Mays returned Sunday ApersbDo short hair Of course you dont Do you like thick heavy smooth hair Of course you do Then why Uair Vigor not be pleased Ayers Hair Vigor makes beautiful heads of hair thats the whole story Sold for GO years I have need Ayerg Hair Vlear for a longtime It It Indeed a wonderful hair toiiir i ruitorlne health to the haIr and scalp and at I the Mian time preying a iplonilld drt iluii Jit J W TAttW Midlll lad 1- JUO1 a bottle j c veil Cot n nw- ant ela- eeiWeakHair dNaeitfor a I = ft I TORTURING DISFIGURING Skin Scalp and Blow Humours From Pimples to Scrofula iron Infancy to Age Speedily Cured by Cutlcura when All Else Falls The agonizing itching and burning of the skin as in eczema the frIght- ful scaling as in psoriasis the loss of kalrand crusting of the scalp as in scalled head the facial disfigurements as In acne and ringworm the awful suflqrlng of infants and anxiety of wornout parents as in milk crust tet ter and saltrbeumlll demand a rem edy of almost superhuman virtues to successfully cope with them That Cutliura Soap Ointment and Resolv ent are such stands proven beyond all doubt No statement Is made regard ing them that is not justified by the strongest evidence The purity and sweetness the power to afford Immedi ate relief the certainty of speedy and permanent cure the absolute safetyI and great economy have made tbemI the standard skin cures blood purifiers aud humour remedies of the civilized worldBathe the affected parts with hot water and Cutlcnra Soap to cleanso the surface of crusts and scales and soften the thickened cuticle Dry without hard rubbing and apply Cutl cura Ointment freely to allay ItchingII irritation and inflammation and soothe and heal and lastly take Cutlcura He solvent to cool and cleanse the blood This coirplcte local nnd constitutional treatment affords instant relief permits rest and sleep in the severest forms of eczema and other itching burning and scaly humours of tho skin scalp and blood and points to a speedy permanent and economical cure when all else falls Fold throughout the world Cutknr Ilttolrtnt We In loon 0t CbooIteI Cotd 1711 760 pre viii of 00 Ointment tec Sos Me ilepotu London S7 Charier lour tq t4tie S Rue dolii lair Boston 1IColumbus AM Iottt Chem Carp bd 1rapMcton u3tend forflow to Curs Every Uumuut from H prolonged visit to rlatives at Cloverport Mrs S P Parks and boys Wilbur and Haroldattended church at Sandy Hill last Sunday Hollls Drano visited his sister Mrs a M Davie at West View lastSitur day and Sunday Miss Mary Lewis and Will Asucntft of Brauaenlurg visited at JM Hern Sons last Sunday Thnnuan Drane one of our popular home bojvwill teach the public school at Hudson this tall Miss Ethel Board who has been at tending salient at flamed had return ed home and IH in poor hoaltn H L Kurtz our hustling stookman has shipped several carloads of sheep recently and is hustling for more Muse Anna Parks hire returned to her home at Clifton Mills after u two weeks visit to her auut Mr8tjP Parks BEWLEYV1LLE Wallace Foote who has been very SUlk is better It J Cam is harvesting anti shipping n Hue prop of onions Miss Mary Payne is visiting her aunt Mrs Clayootnbat Webster Hon D C Moorman was a guest of Mr and Mrs Thou P Hardnwny Sun dayJames Snyder attended the Confed orate reunion at Nashville Tenn last week Mraud Mrs Owen Kasey are in possession of a buoy uoy Arrived Sunday June 10- Miss Ola Smith of Irvington visited Mies Maggie Blanche Jolly a few days last week Mrs Anna Smith who has been the guest cf relatives herehas returned to Haysville Miss Hattie Hauter of Washington D C18 spending this week with her niece MrsZTSttth Miss Ina McCoy attended the exami nation for school certificates at Har dinsouvg Friday and Saturday Henry Jolly who surveyed the new road to Irvington was the guest of his brother Thoe J Jolly while here Misses Enna Chick tend Elizabeth Gregory and Mrs Mollie Kenny and others are guests of Mr and Mrs D C Heron Mr and Mrs Time PHurddivny went to West Point Saturday to visit their son W li Hardaway and attend1 the dedication of the church there un day Golden Rod HARDINSBURQ County court day next Monday Jones Butler of Mook was in town SaturdayPercy M Beard was in Louisville last week- Judge N McC Morcer went to Irvington Sunday Virgil Babbage of Cloverport was in the city Friday IH f lire algl nAW tn n Aln i I I15he 1 I 11II FRIDAY NIGHT JUNE 24 IIGiving 13 the finest ever seen in this city in Song Music Mirth Animated Pic tunes and Beautifully Illustrated Songs At == = OELZES HALLTic- kets It for Sale at W B Oelzes Store n Mrs Zeridal Brodie is visiting relatives at Chenault Ernest Robertson of UlenJeane was IIn town Saturday Miss Lain Vessells has gone toI Louisville to resideIStuart Babbhgeof Cloverport is here visiting Allen 1incheloeIMr and Mrs Paul Compton visited relatives at Garfield Sunday Dr R H McMullen of McDaniels was in the city last Friday J TMoore was the guest of Mrand Mrs D C Heron at Bewleyville Sun I I day A X Kinoheloe has returned home from a business trip through Missis sippi Miss Cora McCoy of Union Star was here lust week the guest of friends vNPa to and Gus D Shellinan will give n picnic hero on the glorious FourthGus Brown and Joel H Pile at tended court at Union Star last Wednesday DR FENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackache oCICldneysCUREJlldder Dont become discouraged There Is a ucesurywritohrteuuurylie1 cows asyuiim All eouauhutlons Free- I had severs ease of kidney rtlsoafio and rlietiniiulsm dlsclmrjtlns bloody mutter lerlouslraITlCIfdKidney and HuoUinlio Cure cured us both F M WHEELER Randolph la prmtgUtyiMc tJt iA k rrok nook Free Cure Circular Dr OlVllUO DANCElIre rredonlaNY Ior SiiK 15y Short S na- yuosI1TOH u I was troubled with stom ach trouble Thedfordu Black goodintort tnodlclne I took in a earMUS SARAH IL SniUHBLD BlIettlTille Iod- ThedfordS Black Draught quickly invigorates tho ac lion of the stomach and curos even chronic cases of indigestion If you will take n snjall dote of Timed fords Black Draustht occa Bionply you will keep your perfect THEDFORFS BlAKDRAUGHT MorajiickncM is caused by constipation than by any other disease Thedfords BlackDraught not only re lieved constipation but cures andrAll drnngtsllt sell 25cent packogoi BlackDraught cine te regulate the bowels usedMRSASneadsFerry COMSTrPATIOTJ + Misses Martha and Isabelle Gardner I ItHendrIckHenry Dell Moorman has returned home from Nashville where he attend ed the Confederate reunion An examination for teachers certifi I cates was held here last Friday and Saturday at the college building I Miss Mattye Reid who has been teaching here the lpast year returned to her home near Louisville today Misses Sallie and Mary Richardson of Union tar were the guests of their t sister Mrs Peroy M Beard last weeK = Mrs LB McCuobins and children who have been visiting Mr and Mrs Geo B MoCuibliid returned home last week For a Hundred Years For a hundred years or more Witch suIperior4 E C DeWitt S Co If Chicago toI discover how to combine the vlrtures ol Wituh Hazel with other anti septics In the form of a salve De Witts Witch Hazel Salve is the best salve in the world for sores outs burns 4 4 bruises and piles The nigh standing of 4 this salve has given rise to coun terfeits und tile public is advised to look for the name DeWitt on the = packngo and accept no other Sold by all druggists A Shrewd Trencher A preacher advocating the support of n chnrltnblo object prefaced the cir culation of the boxes with this address From the great sympathy I have witnessed In your countenances there Is only one thing I rm afraid of thnt Semite of you may feel inclined to give too much Now It Is my duty to in form you that justice should always be n prior virtue to generosity there 4 fore I wish to have It thoroughly un derstood that no person will think ofII putting anything into time box wJio can not pay his debts Time roiiilo was an overflowing col lection London TitBits AcoortlliiK to the Coilc The commanding olllcor hall surprised the young lieutenant and his daughter trying to occupy the same chair The lieutenant sprang to his feet nail sa lilted I Sir he said I hove the honor to report an engagement at close quarters In which I have been entirely lctorl OUR It now merely remains for you to give your sanction to tho terms of surrender A Wnate of Mney- Butt expostulated Jones If youd only pay mo what you owe me 1 could pay Smith what I owe hUu I know it said Robinson But Smith wouldnt pay me what bo owes mo You and I would merely impoverish ourselves to enrich Smith Town Topics OmlnutiM Is the boss going to give you the raise you asked for Weller Im afraid to say I told him I thought my poj should be com monsurate with the amount of vork I ilu and ho promptly agreed with me Ilrfladelphla Press Tho Jjoreil Uneli Other So Ethel to Rose who line just toldher ft funny story But my dearthats an awfully old Joke Itoso Is It really dear Well of course you ought to- knowNew York Telegram medic InWhat did he got 500 back pension forWhy ho was shot between the shoulder blades Yonkets Herald Webster is Defeated The Webster baseball team was defeated by the Cannelton nine on the hitters jrronndsSunaay afternoon oy a score of 14 to 12 i EiiFflninlx Oldest nnllwny Station The only railway station In England that can boast of being really old la that nt Bourne Lincolnshire which Is nn ancient Elizabethan mansion for merly In the possession of time DIgby family some members of which were Implicated In the gunpowder plot When the Great Northern and Mitt railroads came through this die a memorial was sent from the of Bourne asking that in of pulling the old landmark down might be converted into n railway for which purpose it answers now Part of the house Is as a residence by the station inns renirthenlug Life- Time difference between rising every morning at 0 and 8 In the course of forty years amounts to 29JOO hours or years 121 days and 10 hours which equal to eight hours a day for ex actly ten years So tint rising nt l will be the same as If ton years of llf a weighty consideration were added wherein ve nfaycommand eight hours every tiny for the cultivation of our minds and the dispatch of business When Cntn Were Scarce In a curious collection of ancient Welsh laws dated IW3 A D appears the following sentence from which It would appear that cats were rather scarce at that time The worth of n kitten until It shall open Its eyes is one legal penny from that time till it shall 1111 mice two legal pennies after It shell kill mice four legal pence and so shall always remain The Other Way Did I understand you to say that Skndchuse was suffering from heart trouble brought about by financial em barrassment No I said he was suffering from financial embarrassment brought about heart trouble The heiress he was- engaged to has Jilted him- Eccentric Kurgess Oh yes Charley Is all right n little eccentric though Ive noticed several times when he has borrowed a lead pencil Instead of putting It Into his pocket as any one clso would do he hands it back to the own er Boston Transcript A good book Is the precious life blood of n master spirit treasured up to n llfo liorrtnd llfo MlVton Will Talk 1Spe cial of will Union of the American of at next 2 at 8 pm to farmers Everybody to A- At 1PERUNA1 ilrs Eva fiartho 183 East fait street New City Y writes UI suffered for three with leucor Jrhea and ulceration of tho womb The doctor advocated an operation which I x dreaded very and strongly ed to go under it Now I am a changed + woman Peruna mo it took nine bottles but I felt BO much Improved I kept taking it as Idreaded an operation so I am in perfect health and not felt so for fifteeniyearsMrs Eva Bartho It is no a question as to whether Poruna can be rolled on to cure all such cases During many in which has boon pnt to test in all forma and stages of acute and chronic catarrh no one year has put this to great or test than tho past year 6 If all the women who are suffering 1 with any form of femalo weakness would to Dr Hartman Ohio and him a description of their symptoms and the peculiarities of their troubles ho will Immediately reply with complete directions for treatment freo of charge t Address Dr Hartman President at The Sanitarium Columbus Ohlc n 44441444444A +40 4 0044440 4 m 4004044 4- 0 i Closing Out Salertt- i ii ti Springand Summer i Fabrics i0 II oThis is a general Cleaning Out Sale of it iiour spring stock We have picked out af ii- o I o ilot of good things of splendid values and ifi i l o marked price way down in order i o o slake them go toifif ifi J II LINENS WASH GOODS DRESS ii ii- tii GOODS MILLINERY SHOES i All come in at reduced prices The seasoil iiIhas been against us We dont want to = iicarry anything over and in making theiprices cost is not considered ie itIts a rare opportunity to get goodi fgoods and stylish goods tell f ii about all the bargains we have in store for it i you as it would take too much space o What we want you to do is to come youri iiself and see If you havent bought the e ii wash goods you will this summer do i i ifiiiting Dress Goods and Millinery come iniilist asiithe it Country Produce Oi 1Oig 1 i Ii I IiIi i i FF- l d It Y0F1 if BIG SPRINGKENTUCKY iiy r 90440A00000 0 Oolg-oopNO I +t wwAHi + M++ y4044140000l14 w Farmers Insurance Bowleyville Ky Juno G W Dodeon irymire meet the Local Society Equity in Bow leyville their regular meet ingJuly talK about the Insurance Invited attend t + i r York N years much object cured much today have well longer tho years Peruna remedy write Columbus glvo complete Hartman I the We cant up all need but well Leave for Convention i Hardinsburg Ky Juno 21 Sp- ecinhJno V Haswell Jr and isle ter Miss LInuio left Sunday mormiif for Chicago where they will visit their brother and attend time national convention Miss Haswell wlll visit relatives in Cincinnati before return- ing1 home IiC- A