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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rot rd I 4- K 7 a Pri t t tF itrrHE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSf W J ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT e eVOL XXVIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 29 1904 8 Pages NO 50 t tt i SECOND ANNUAL BARGAIN MONTH IN SUBSCRIPTIONS Beginning today the price of subscription to the BRECKENRIDGE NEWS will be 50c a year This low rate is made to new and old subscribers alike Old subscribers who wish to take advantage of this low rate can do so by paying all arrearages to date at the rate of 10 cents a month and then add 50 cents for a year in advance This rate is only good for the month of July 1904 No guesses or premiums go with this offer It is a flat rate of 50 cents a year No trimmings II jI r j Interesting Subjects For Next Fifth Sunday Meeting The Fifth Sunday meeting of the Breckenridge Association and Breck enridge Association Board will meet J with the Steohensport Baptist church on July 2031 The following is the programme for the occasion FRIDAY 10 30 Devotional Exercises 1100 Why is love so impor tant in this world Geo F Davison 1215 Dinner 200 The Christian motive for for iv1ngB D Clapp 880 The Bible doctrine as to how l to treat our enl ernes E B j English r oS 00 Mass Meeting on associational and state mission work FirstThe destitution Second The needs of the boardfl Discussion by Rev SOChristian SATURDAY 080 Devotional Exercises 1000 Bible teaching concerning sint as it relates to the believer D F Shacklett 1100 Why advocate ocr distinctive dpotrints and how WVHarrell 12 15 Dinner 145 Board meeting J 00 Gods plan of financing His causeJ T Lewis 800 Miss Meeting on home and for r boardsfILfields yecond How shall we man the field r Discussion led by Cliff Paynen I SUNDAYIClnpp The churches are earnestly asked to f hoardrGod give us a gteat meeting S 0 Christian- J T Lewis Cliff J Payne Com Law School Send for full information Address H H Cherry Bowling Green Ky firReturns to Big Spring Mr Ben Iflarkson who was a heavy t investor in the Owensboro Pants Fac tory which does not seem to have rat prospered as was at first thought it y twould has been in the city the past uxfew days trying to get something back of his investment through the medium of the courts He returned to his home yesterday Before going Le said Yes I am going bacK to the farm and I shall stay there this time I suppose it is necessary for a voung wan to take chances and get ex perience I did it and it has cost me i i something bat I believe I shall bet more contented now j Mr Clarkson Is one of the cleverest young men who ever came to Owens boro with the honest purpose of better ing himself and also of bettering his adopted town and his many friends regret very much that his venture was not a success Saturdays Owensooro Messenger + The American Water Shows The Great American Water Shows were formerly known tc the neopie of Clovcrport as the Great American Water Circus which exhibited in this city last year giving pleasure and satisfaction to an audience of hundreds The show this yenrls much larger and better than it was last year many new and attractive f features having been added It is presented under an immense tent on = a colossal barge this manner of ex j hlbltion being a novel feature While the management dogs not claim to have the largest circus in the wort d it claims to have one of the best now before the public The Great American Water Shows are honestly conducted and honestly advertised and polite treatment an attenion are shown to all its patron by ltd em ployes Come out to the show at the I afternoon or evening performance Thursday June 30 at the river and enjoy a mordl refined performance of killed artists t r i Praise the Henderson Route the Kentucky Press Association met at the Louisville Hotel on the 13th inst and atter two interesting business sessions took sleepers at 0 p m for the Worlds Fair The crowd was oared for by the Popular Henderson Route and L N Rail ways and as usual they made the pencil pushers teel comfortable on the Official Route to the Worlds Fair Hancock Clarion The Kentucky Press Association after electing its officers and attend- Ing to the routine work in Louis vine took a special train for St LouisThe party was a hundred and fifty strong and was accompanied by Mr W L May pother the popular Cheif Clerk of the L N and Mr George Garrett accommodating Traveling Passenger Agent of the Henderson Route Our train was carried over the Henderson and L N through the courtesy of these roads which are always exceedingly liberal with newspaper men Elizabethtown News Will You Celebrate The Fourth ofTuly If so be sure to have a bottle of Paracamph handy You will need it for a Burn Cut or Bruise because it ht als quicker and better than any other known remedv Prevents Blood Poisoning relieves pain instantly and heals without leaving ugly scurs Armenian Lectures Here M K Boyajin a native of Armenia and a graduate of Vanderbilt University delivered a short talK at the Methodist church Sun day evening on the habits and cus tomes of his people and these of other Eastern races and announced a lec ture of a fiiimlar nature for Tuesday evening He lectured at Hawesville Monday and will be at Irvington to night First Visit inJl Years Irvington Ky June 2SSJeo1 1 Mr and Mrs Elijah Shane of Dos Palos Cal are here visiting Mrs John L Henry Mr Shanes sister Mr Shane has not been in Kentucky tor thirtyone years Consequently he finds a few changes in people and communities Apples and Blooms o n Tree A tree in the yard of Mrs Mary B Oelze in this city has part of its branches tall of good sized apples and the remainder are in full bloom The blooms are on the branches of this years growth making the tree more of a curiosity Two Shows Frid ay Nighty There were two shows in the city Friday night the Ideal Entertainers at Oelzes Hall and the New Era floating palace at the river The former was a higher class entertainment than tLe latter and was proportionately enjoyed Judge W P D Bush Dead Judge WPDBush who wani County Attorney of Hancock county for sever al terms and a prominent member of the oar died Sunday at his home in Louisville at the age of eightyone LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET Reported by Pnpham Bros Eggs 13o doz Hens 80 lb- ChickEns 12o lb Turkeys Oc per lb Geese F F ahl F 1350 per doz Ducks F F and F Co per Ib Pigeons 75c doz Butter 20o lb Ginseng 421 lb Y root 50o lh May apple 3c Ib Country hams 13o lb Country shoulders Oo lb Featnera 48clb Win From Tell City The colored baseball team of this city defeated the Tell Oily nine oe the latters grounds Sunday afternoon by a score of 2Lto7k C 7 NEW TRAIN IS PUT ON AND OTHER HENDERSON ROUTE CHANGES MADE A new train the Exposition Limited was put on the Henderson Route Monday morning This popular road which has been termed the Official Route for Kentuckians now has three trains going through from Louisville to St Louis and returning daily The Cloverport accommodation has been discontinued and the addi tion of the new train has caused a number of changes in the schedub of the passenger trains The most com prehensive information concerning the new schedule can be obtained by re fering to the new time table and the reading notice for tne Henderson Route in this issue The new time table went into effect at 11 55 oclock Sunday night J The Exposition Limited which is now No 41 leaves Louisville daily at 830 a m reaches Cioverport at 1033 a m and St Louis at 616 pm Returning this train now No44 will leave St Louis at 001 a m reach Cioverport at 443 a m and arrive in Louisville at 050 pm These two trains are very handsome each con sisting of a free reclining chair car a Pullman parlor car a dining car and a combination coach and baggage car The equipment is of the very finest and brand new They will stop only Wallace Gets First AppointmentJJ I MIss Coral Whittinghlll of Gleu deane wore the successful competitors in the examination for appointment to the State College which was at Hardinsburg Saturday Mr heldII bage sets the first appointment- for I a term of four years and Miss Whittinghlll the second I for three years Their general averages in the examination were very near the same There was only one other com petitor Neuralgia Pains Are something almost unbearable Paraoamph releives Neuralgia and Headache instantly by opening the pours stimulating the circulation and removing the congestion A free application will convince you of its merits So dont suffer but keep I Paracamph in sour home You need it every day- Married Last Wednesday Miss Mary Burr MO rinan of this city and Mr Jospeh Van Dorn Ear pole of Louisville were married in Louisville last Wednesday evening by Dr T T Eaton at his church as announced in last weeks News The wedding was a quiet affair only rela lives and friends being present Tendered Receptions Mr J Glenn Moorman was married last Wednesday evening to Miss Rose bud Moorman in the Baptist church at Glendeane by Rev J T Lewis of Irvington us was announced in the News lnHt wek They have been tendered a number of receptions by relatives and friends at Glendeane Alex Jones Takes Vacation For the first time in thirtyone years A W Jones of the Willard Hotel has taken a vacation He returned yester day from Mammoth Cave where he spent a week as the guest of Mr and Mrs W S Miller He has been clerk of the Willard Hotel far a number of years and has never gone out of Louis ville In the summer for vacation before Saturdays CourierJournal- Mr Jones has many friends in Breck enridge county which was formerly his home Two Games at Irvington Two games of baseball will be play ed at Irvington on Jnly 4 Irvington and Hardinsburg and Cloverport and Brandenburg will bo the opposing teams OA TO ItIABntheits Kind You Haw flame Bootfit gl1lturo YJ Iof at l West Point Cioverport Hawes vilteOvtensboro and Henderson A very good idea of the changes made in a number of the passenger trains can be obtained by the follow ing explanations- The new train going east Is num bered 44 and the companion or west going train is Mo 41 The train from Louisville to St Louis known as 43 and which formerly reached Clover port at 785 p m now comes at 725 The train known as No 40 will con tinue on the old schedule from St Louis to Louisville Train 42 which formerly came at 040 now arrives at Cloverport at 954 am No 45 the St Louis fast flyer now leaves Louisville at 000 pm arriving at Cioverport at 11 00 p m Tne regu lar westbound morning train daily mail and express formerly No 41 is now No 47 and arrives at Cloverport at S4U p m No 48 now arrives at Cloverport at 700 p m it being the old accommodation tram but now a through train It maya facilitate un derstanding for those who are not well acquainted with the road to explain that all even numbers are east bound trains and all odd numbers west bound trains =Bottle Bursts and Cuts Hand Mack Miller received a painful but knot serious injury Saturday night while opening a bottle of Cocc Cola at F T Heysers restaurant The bottle bursted and the broken glass struck his hand cutting it to the Done lIallSoldI Spe cial The church and Masonic Hall was sold at the Courthouse door Monday for 875 to T J Hook It is said he will use it for gramary In Critical Condition Hardinsbnrg Ky June 2SSpe- cialLee Bishop was called to LoUIs- ville last week by the serious Illness of his father Mr James Bishop He still remains in a critical condi tion May Begin Work in Au ustiHardinsburg Ky Jnne 28SpA- cialThe Masons have arranged to get sufficient money to erect the proposed new temple Work will probably be begun the first of August Louisville Live Stock Market Reported by tho Louisville Lire Stuck Exchange Central Stock Yards Louisville Jdne 27ClittleAr rivals for the market today were light all of which sold readily at strong values and an early clearance was made The demand for well fatted butcher stOCK rules active and current values easily maintained while the grassy kind are slow sellers at recent declines Bulls canners fresh cows and springers steady Few stockers and feed ers are on sale market for best grades Is steady trashy kinds dull with usual low prices prevailing Nothing in the line of heavy chipping steers on the market today feeling for best well fatted selections is firm other kinds dull Prospects for the remainder ol the week may be ro garded as steady CalvesChoice light veals ift to 450 others 3 to 14 HogsThere was a fair supply on sale today and market opened early prices Co higher on ail glades and at the advance all were quickly disposed of at the following values Choice corn fed hogs 105 lbs and up 445 light Yorkers 525 heavy pigs 495 light pigs 4 25 to 1150 i roughs 450 to 405 Prospects steady N Sheep and Lamba Receipta slight nnd steady prices prevailed for all choice fat sheep and prime select lambs i best fat sheep 3 50 to 3 05 top lambs 0 75 to 7 seconds 5 butch er lambs 350 to 4 Yens cleared Prospects steady y Sweeping Cabinet Changes Washington June 24A sweeping change in the cabinet of President Roosevelt was announced officially at the White House today The announce ment came in the form ofa brief typewritten statement issued by Secretary Loeb as follows The following cabinet appointments are announced William II Moody of Massachu setts attorney general Paul Morton of Illinois secretary of the navy Victor II Metcnlf of California secretary of commerce nnd labor The resignations of Secretary Cor telyou and Attorney General Knox have been accepted to take effect July 1 Dyer Family Reunion- Mr and Mrs Thos H Dyer and children Lowell Chas and Harold of Ossawatomie Kan are the guests of his parents Mr and Mrs J J Dyer This is Mr Dyers first visit to Cloy erport his old home in eleven years Mrs S J Harris and Miss Clara Dyer of Ihilpot Ky two daughters of Mr and Mrs Dyer were their guests last week Chas Dyer of St Joseph Mo another son is expected in the city soon to visit them Camp Meeting In Prog ress The camp meeting at the colored Methodist church is in progress this week services being held every evening A big crowd is expected to be present next Sunday as there are special rates on the railroads The meeting will close next Monday Interesting Reports At a call meeting of the Womans Foreign Missionary Society at the Methodist church Wednesday after noon interesting reports of the State meeting at Hopkiusville were made by the local delegates Mrs J A Rots and Mrs V G Uabbnge Attendance Increasing St Louis June 27The total attend anc at the Worlds hair for the weekending Saturday night June 20 us officially announced last night was 540485 an increase of over 05000 over the previous wee- kWEBSTER Wheat harvest is about finished Henry Eden is assistant at tho de pot Tom Lyddan went to Louisville SaturdayWe our long distance telephone tills a long felt want H O Keys attended church at Wal nut Grove last Sunday- W L Hall of West Point visited his parents here last Sunday Our farmers are realizing good money out of stock ot all kinds H H Norton went to Louisville Monday with a car load of stock John Lyddan and family visited at J L Henrys at Irvington Sunday Mrs H 0 Key and son Elbert visited at Stanley Saturday and Sun day Mrs William Cnndiff IS slightly improved from a severe attacK of ill I ness yiss Ethel Beard who has been indisposed for sometime is somewhat improvedL Lyddan has returned from Vine Grove where he has been for treatmentMrs C Crutcher and MIss Norris Kurtz are at the Latham Sanitarium at Vine Grove Abe Skillman and wife of Clover port came up Sunday and were the guests of J K Hays Mrs Thos Payne and daughter Miss Mary of Beivleyville visited Mrs Jas Witt last week BJ Mattingly and wife of Har dinsburg are visiting their danch ters Me dames Payne nnd Compton Miss Daisy Adkisson ands little niece Mattie May Belle returned John P lIaswells Opinion of The Republican Convention When a News reporter asked Jno P Haswell Jr about the national convention held at Cnicag last week he said Since it was the first National Convention I ever attended it was highly entertaining to me All the great leaders of the party were there and notwithstand ing the fact that there was no con test it was very enthusiastic The demonstration when the President was nominated lasted twentythree minutes It was a sight never to be forgotten Gov Bradleys speech sec ending the nomination of Roosevelt was strikingly eloquent and made a big hit with the great crowd It Vas one of the very finest speeches de livered during the whole convention and surpassed many of them Several of the delegates sitting next me who were from Connecticut and Tennessee said it was a splendid effort nd that Roosevelt should give him a place In his cabinet Kentucky Republicans may well be proud of their brilliant and eloquent ex Governor- A general good feeling prevailed among the delegates and the action of the convention was harmonious throughout It presages a great victory for Roosevelt and Fairbanks in November last Sunday from a visit at St Louis J V St Clair road supervisor for this district is having some much needed work done on tine public road west ot town i HARDINSBURG Robert A Smith was at Lodiburg last week Eli H Deane of Glendeane was in the city Monday John C Miller of Big Spring was here attending County Court Monday F P Payne and G W Short of Cloverport were in the city Monday Wallace Babbage of Cloverport- IS here visiting Lindsay Kinoheloe and Emmett Royalty The Ideal Entertainers were here at the City Hall Tuesday They gave a good program and nad a good crowd to hear them John P Haawoll Jr returned home from Chicago Sunday He at tended the National Convention as an alternate delegate from the State at large Horse Intelligence Dumt Animals- A Boston gentleman connected with the National Tube Works sends us the following for theOtruth of which he vouches My friend was a shipbuilder his shipyard vas some miles from his house which distance he had to cover on horseback He had a white horse that had served him long and faithfully in this capacity One day his norse fell for some cause that I do not remember and he was thrown to tne ground and severely cut on the head He was unconscious for some time and when he came to found the horse atanutng by him After a while he gathered himself up and attempted to mount the horse but every time he tried he feM back Finally the horse wjUked to the side of a large rook which stood near The gentleman crawled along to it and after hard work got on the horse and thin the horso walked slowly and carefully bom with him the rider being in a semiconscious condition The family removed him from the horse on his arrival home and put teI day when convalescing the horse be ing brought to the window were the gentleman sat showed unmistakable signs of pleasure at seeing his master once more The gentleman is still living and can corroborate this true horse story The condition of Mrs Wm B Minor of Addlsqu is improved r ryN i r 1 rA SOLDIER OFr COMMERCE Bu JOHN ROE GORDON Copyright 1KB by F R TooroUi I h CHAPTER I TUX mSAPPXARANCB OF AK AMERICA HID senior member of the firm of Townsend urdlck man i windmnlihinances of that nature was serenely contemplating In his Now York onVn tit iiirivasid ri n hues he would re delve iron the bitgo sales to he made Iy Harvey Irons their huntling energetic reprewnMtivu in Itussiu The last letter writun lh y Mr TowniwiMl to Mr Irons Will tn the iftYft that the letters suggestion that n market could be bad in Russia was u good one and ray him to use his own judgment thereafter there were no letters sent between the senior member and the agent but cablegrams mostly convey ing Large orders frequently caine from Mr Irons and other cablegrams con veying money were sent by Mr Town send Orders came from St Peters burg Moscow and other cities As time went on the increase of business gave warrant for the roseate hue of Mr Townseuds dreams While Mr Townsend was contemplating his happy future he was startled at receiving the following mea sap from Paris belled from Ruth Going back another way IRONS As Mr Townsend was somewhat half on the subject of Russia and had no information as to how Irons had gone In on his first visit it can easily be Imagined that Mr Townsend had very little Idea of what the other way of going back chosen by Mr Irons might be He cabled to Harvey Irons as fol lowsWhat do you mean Answer at once- TOWN8END lie waited In vain for nn answer + He became greatly iwrtiirbod anti conferral with his partner M mil you liurdlck he said Irons Gitrt be In trouble I can learn noth tug There is something left unex plained There always was said Mr Bur dick Irons is a man who sets ac cording to what he thuds on the spot- sW cant sit In New York and tell him what to do in Russia If he says he is expelled and IN going back he isI going back Leave him alone- I can do nothing elseI said Mr Townsend as I do not know whore ho Iis I do Ho Iis In Russia lust wait You will get big orders from Russia yot Irons against the entire police of the empire MyI confidence in him Is to unshakable I believe well Ill hot you a thousand dollars he turns up all right with Russian orders Ill not take the bet I share your confidence Well wait And so they waited e Haflc KfTondl sut crossloggod on a divan watching the passing show liana Kffendl was himself a part of the show but this did not concern him flans was morose Curses upon the Muscovite he muttered as lie drew long breaths from his chibouk nnd watched an elderly Grualan and his daughter pass by The new law is in effect and the bride for the prince not yet obtained And Mlzik time officer of time ameer will soon be here to ascertain the truth liars Effendi had not traveled nil the way from Constantinople simply to witness the fair at Tillis Haflx had made his wealth in the business of sup plying wealthy Ommuills with pretty Clrcassltu or ieorgian girls for their wives and hula income had been rudely stopped by tho now order of the czar The hated Muscovite government had interdicted the trade in women which had made Clrcawdu and Georgia in faioons here was the annual fair at Tills under full sway and all the wealth and beauty of the Caucasus were pres out Hall KITomll shook his head grunt od another curse against time Muscovite and thou placing his chibouk in the cnro of Muluy1 tho keeper of tho bar zaar wandered or rather waddled round the guy streets of tho fair Fol lowing In his wake was a tall hand sumo young ollleer whoso uniform as well as his accent proclaimed him to bo from St Petersburg Ah said this ofllcur to himself as ho suw the frown on the face of the Turk our friend Hallz seems indig nant Ho eyes every puotty woman with something like greed Ill keep my ey on him For Captain Serglus Orskoff was in ouiiinl of time department of the rierviv that hind for its object the ob jlUnitioii of the slave trade between the rautsns and Persia nncl Turkey Mn from all parts were at Tills ex Liiit ins iIn the bazaars rugs and coats of run wools from Persil silks from Cinnn costly pipes of every concclvn Me shape and size carved by hand by the men of Trebizond shoes from Mas siftiuwtu knives from England In short the products of tho world wore uproad nut that those who walked could see and perchance purchase Haflz KfTendl turned and saw then eely eyes of Captain Urskoff fixed upon him It is a great fair excellency he t- J said with hula usual Turkish salutation It Iis one that brings the World togetherGood enough but remember there Is nothing sold hero save what is exhibited for sale The Turk opened his eyes wide as It In astonishment Who could have asked more Is thoro not enough he asked gazing nt n pretty Circassiai who passed with n soldier Yes It seems enough only remember said OrskolT walking oft with scant courtesy Pips Uogs These Muscovites an unbeurableNgrowled Heinz lIe left the busy portion of the fair went to the baths returned to tho ba tuar kept by his friend Muley and re sumed his pipe The passing show seemed endless Officers In brllllan uniforms merchAnts women of every degree crowded time thoroughfares Time reverie of Haflz was Interrupted How is the day Does the sun shine full upon thee 0 Haflz Effendl asked a soft voice at his side He beheld a warrior of some peculiar race dark skinned nnd gaylyI uniformed Ab hast thou come 0 Mlzlk The day Is well The sun never fulls to shine upon the faithful replied Ilnflz 11 Is so 0 wise and mighty Hafiz And how Is my friend the great and heaven torn ameer of Bokhara asked hulls Our lord is well but he Is growing Impatient that thy mission has not yet been fulfilled It was told to mo in the sacred precincts of the palace to come to Titus seek out Haflz Effendi and ascertain if he has found what the ameer wishes Time prettiest woman in all Geor gia said Haflz with a smile For the bride of our young Prince Davoncu And thou hast been prom Isod much wealth Iluflz Effendl it Is true and I have found time young woman But the accursed Mus covlte ruler has made a new law whirls prohibits the sale of time women We must work slowly and with caution Then is the thing that Is so near the heart of my lord that his son shall have the most beautiful bride in the world an Impossibility- I did not say It was an iuipossiblll ty said Hath testily It Is danger Otis Speak in a low tone Better come to the kahve kept by my brother There we can talk lliillz led time way to a coffee house where they resumed their chat While you are in Tillis look not up on the women wild Haflz The Mus cot Ite emperor has rode this new law nnd there are soldiers to spy upon us and compel us to obey It Is absurd for these women ore happier when in time luxury their Osmanll husbands give them than with these pigs and dogs who are rude and have no wealth But why has tho czar made this law Because ho likes not the fact that nir princes have more than one wife And has he the ruler of the great est country on earth not more than one It has been said By the horn of the sacred bull But come If thou art refreshed with ny brothers coffee let us depart I would show you something Ah then you are choosing that beautiful one She IB chosen Hold thy tongue and n company me And Mlzik thinking hard upon this new law followed his guide from tho ahve CHAPTER II A BEAUTIFUL 01111 AND A MYSTERIOUS CONTRACT LACID in his bazaar a Persian I merchant sat studying the crowds that stopped and ex amined his goods when Haflz- iffendl led Mizlk tho agent of the ineer to a seat at the further end of the Persian divan and purchased tobacco and pipes taking one himself and filling the other for Mlzlk Sit where you are watching at ull times the door of the largo linen bazaar opposite said Haflz when the pipes were smoking1 satisfactorily There you will seewhat you will see Mlzlk 1 kept his eyes on the object spoken of by the Turk The linen bazaar was larger cleaner better equip ped stud gave more evidence of prosperity than any other portion of the fair within sight Bales of finest linen were displayed Near tho end of a long table could bo seen an elderly merchant In Georgian costume watching his SOy oral employees handle and sell his goods That my friend from Bokhara mid Ilaflz Is Igimtz Blartclkls tho ichest merchant in runs And will ho supply that for which I came He will Good Why do wo not go to him In stead of sitting Idly here For time excellent reason my friend that he duos not know ho is going to perform this generous act Mlzlk shook his head again lIe did trot understand this slow arid laborious nothoj Ills way the way of his pee pie0 ipuld have been to attack TitUs md take what was wanted Mlzlk hud not yet learned the power of the arm t that reaches from St Petersburg to the Caspian Suddenly lie started from his seat Curses raid Ilaflz You will be shot and you will have me shot by the Muscovite There he Is There she Is said Mlzlk breath lesslyThere he Is as I have spoken Ills eyes are not now turned this way but hold yourself with calmness Orskoff knows things when he sees them At that moment tho ollleer montlon ed who had been sauntering along the crowded street stopped to speak to u girl who had come to tIle door of the bazaar of Igimtz Blurtelkis She was a girl who would cause others than Mlzlk to stare Her complexion was lUte tho blush of u pencil Her eyes were black and shaded with long silky lashes Her hair was long and fell Inn raven flood below her waist She wore a tall bejeweled headdress that made her seem almost statuesque From her shoulders a long elegant covering of lace barely hid a gown that might have come from Paris On her feet were tiny patent leather shoes from the bazaar of the Jewish trader two doors away Upon her lingers were various rings diamonds rubles and sapphires Jeweled bracelets wore up on her wrists Her form was elegance endowed with human life Tho c1U blnatiou of the modern and tho charac teristic dress of her people made co charming a tout ensemble that all who passed the bazaar paused to gaze at thogirlWould that one content the mighty prince of Bokhara asked Haflz slylyI Would she She Is Ut for the wilt of a ruler of gods Who Is she That my friend Is the daughter of Ignatz Blartelkls tier imuio- Koura Sons of heaven Would he part with heraRather with his life Then of what avail Is all our talk Ilaflz noted the dejected look on Mlzlks face My friend thou art not experienced In the world he said I have spoken That Is to be the wIre of the sou of the ameerOur heaven born lord will load you with the jewels of the earth- I lutend that he shall It is for no small amount that I take this risk Look the other way The accursed OrskofTls turning As time handsome soldier moved away the girl smiled archly at him aud he saluted her In courtly fashion I will drink his blood muttered MizlkBe careful ins friend that he does not drink youfs said Hafiz That man knows how to light Ills sword is no stranger to the hearts of his cue smiles Come let us move along 1 do riot wish to be seen too long opposite that bazaar There will be u stir when the thing Is known Again they went to the kahve kept by the brother of Haflz Let us my friend talk over this natter said the Turk after ordering coffeeI for that said Mizlk shortly Lb do not need to ask that your mouth be kept shut said Haflz If our purpose were known It is possible that the great ruler of all the tribes of the Caucasus would send his armies to sweep your people from Bokhara Let them come we are very power full Hafiz grinned derisively Nevertheless keep your tongue sir lent Now admitting that I am capa ble of getting the girl and conveying her as far as the Caspian how shall I deliver her to your On tho Caspian there Is a vessel manned by brave men from the ameers dominion They are TaujlUs as I am The girt smiled archly nt Mm and so resemble the races Inhabiting this country that no suspicion will be aroused They are faithful to the ameerHow can the vessel bo distinguish ed Has It a name There Is no name It Is a long black vessel purchased from the Persians l Tell me the name of the captain HIlts name is KurtfUal Good Then when I flndthls vessel whose captain is Karakul I can go on board with ray chargo and proceed to Bokhara CertainlyBut not Intend to do anything of that Mad my friend That would be ItivUlng my enemy Orskoft to slay me Can Karakal be trusted to convey the clrl to Bokhara and clve her to tho iTO BE CONTINUED Lj v J ra a ya 1 JOE MULHATTEN JR WRITES ABOUT THINGS POLITICAL AND RELIGIOUS Carters Landing Ky Editor NewsWe read a heap these days about Democratic harmony Well it looks much like harmony There au the Bryan Democrats the Parker Democrats the Hill Democrats the gold bug the free silver anil several other ites but there isnt but one man in our opinion that is a Democrat worthy of the stump and thats Will iam Jennings Bryan of Lincoln Nub The Republican Democrats Gold Bugs we mean dub him Roy Orator Anarchist Socialist and the like Why nil of this Simply because he has convictions and wont stand for J Pelrpont Morgan Cleveland Co to dictate to him Then tell tu Democrats why we should swallow a- dORe like Parker They tell us Parker voted for Bryan in 1100 So did Wntterson Hill Cleveland Carlisle Co Nit l IOuI great and only Henry Watterson OhlI what a hypocrite At one time we thought Watterson one of the greatest reformers of the age Ho fought corporations trusts and the like until 1800 or there ahous Then come a bill in the Legis lature an antitrust bill doing away with such things Did Mr Wntterson support that bill Not ou your tintype But there came an editorial in tho CourierJournal from the pen of this great editor telling the people why this bill should be defeated Right there our faith in this reformer dropped eighty feet be ow zero Such men as this we are aBKeo to support for President If we are to have a Republican administration lets have it straight though we cantt agree with Roosevelt on his social equality ideas There isnt but one place under the sun we will meet the nergo on equality and thats tt church We would kneel by the side of a negro mind pray just the same as with a white man but when it comes to dining aqd rooming with him we will be got darned if we will do it Teddy can eat nd sleep with thmn out old Mull wont There is one question we can agree on with Teday and thats race sui cide We agree with him there if we are an old bachelor We love children till they get to trying their living capacity Then we disappear around the corner We want to It is much easier for a woman to confide In the average man than in the average woman She knows that the man will re spect her confidences and keep them to himself He is strong has more experience of the world and can help the woman who needs advice There is every reason why women should not trust their delicate constitutions in the hands of unskilled persons It requires a thorough medical education to appreciate and understand the womanly organism When a woman has ills and pains that she cannot bear when life seems dark for every woman the should confide her troubles to a physician of standing in the community or one who has a national reputation Cer tainly it would not be the part of wisdom to confide in an ignorant person without medical education simply because she was a woman There is every reason why she should write to some great specialist one who has made the diseases of women a ipecialty for a third of a century like Dr R V Pierce founder of the Invalids Hotel and Surgical Institute of Buffalo N Y sacredlycoufidentlal without charge So uniformly successful has Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription proven in all forms of Female Weakness Prolapsus or Falling of Womb and Leucorrbea that after curing the worst cases of these distressing and debilitating ailments Dr Pierce now feels fully warranted in offering to pay SSoo in cash for any case of these diseases which lie cannot cure Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets should be- aced with Favorite Prescription It whea ever a laxathv ie rtquired Vermont Uninstructed Burlington Vt June 22 The Democrats of the Vermont State convention declined to instruct the state delegates to the national con vention to vote for the nomination of Judge Parker for president but a motion was adopted giving expression to the opinion that Parker is the most available candidate The delegates were Instructed to not an a unit oa all questions North Dakoa Uninstructed After two hours of wrangling over an amendment Ito the report of the resolution committee to endorse the Kansas City platform the North Dakota State Democratic convention last week voted down the amendment and will send an uninutruoted dele gation to tne Sr LoniB convention p AyersPil Want your moustache or beard a beautiful brown or rich black Use t say right here if the Democrats abut nominate a Democrat that is n Dem oornt we will vote for Roosevelt and the multiplication and replenishing of the earth This thing of voting for a yellow dug just because he IS stamped a Republican or Democrat thats old fogyisui There is another thing We dont like It a man hasnt had the good luck to be born and bred in New York nod crossed the Brooklyn bridge or been initiated into Wall Street he isnt eligible to tile pr sidfncey Just to think of one state ruling the whole United States Thats to much Johnson Talk about farce hypocracy and the like Just wait till next fall and listen to the politicians tell us labor ing people how they love us Watch them rave anti shied ears over us As soon us the election is over they love us no more until election time againThere is one man in this Brecken ridge county who the farmers ought to stand by Thats Dave Moorman All the farmers got out of tho Legis lature was n 15000 appropriatIon for the State fair Would have lost that if it had not been for Dave and n few other good men There Is ont thing Mr Editor I cant agree with you on and thats your idea about teiching the Sunday school class If the church and Sun tiny school are not the places to teach Iieul fire where should it be taught Ought we to spend six days In tM reek in pursuit of tae dollar and then spend Sunday teaching our children tne art of money get ting We say not For what purr nose is our Sundayschool classes 1 if they are not to teach them the way to heaven and to avoid the road that leads to eternal punishment Too much helltire you say If there be no hellfire why have churches at all Some will tell you God is just and goodIse will not punish his children Would he bn a just God if he did not punish tin wicked and reward the just Would he be u just God Iif he rewarded the inurdeier the drunkard the fornicator the robber justthe same as the just man God has said there is n hell Will you deny it if you do teach them business methods Joe Mulhatten Jr Secure a Good Position- A commendable feature of time Bowling Green Business College Bowling Green Ky is that It not only gives its students a thorough and practical education but also se cures for them pleasant and profitable employment upon graduation Anyone contemplating taking a Commercial Course should write for catalogue and full particulars Address H H Cherry Bowling Green Ky Not Very Often You officeholders sneered tho maa who was vainly trying to bo one dont die very often do your No replied the man who was one as be snillinl benignly only once The fool and his moiioy are the hope of Wallrnt Sniionlinsiter Wont of All Experences Can anything be worse than to feel that every minute will be your last Such was the experience of Mrs S H Newsou Dectura Ala For three years she writes I enduredin Bufferablw 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 and now Im completely recovered For Liver Kidney Stomach and Bowel troubles Electric Bitter is the only medicine Only50n Its guaranteed by Short Haynes rugglsts Death List Reaches 883 New York June 22That the Slo cum had no life preservers aboard lless than nine years old was admit ted by counsel of the Knickerbocker Steamship company at the inquest today Evidence also brought out that the United States inspectors did not examine the fire hose an d standpipes and the preservers were not In good shape Today thirtysevAn bodies came to the surface making the total number recovered 888 Of these lie were identified Drhen To Desperation Living at an out ot the way place remote from civilization a family is often driven to desperation in case of accident resulting in BurnsCuts Wounds Ulcers etc Lay in a supply of Bucklen8 Arnica Salve Its the best nn earth 25c at Short Haynes Drug Store oJOL tsi T oHL x A Dears The Kind You Have Always BoUght rthed lZjL Act directly on the liver I S constipationbiliousness Sold for 60 years oCfelt i BUCKINGHAMS DYE run CM or CEVUOUT us L r BALL e OOq IUBUBJL a a tl Cloverport Planing Mill fjGREGORY CO Prop = LUMBERDOORS i = SASHL It BLINDS f DOOR AND WINDOW SCREElNSi SHINGLES j se LATHS N LIME tofBRICK i nc CEMENT ROOFING ETC P L N J L MOORMAN 1 i rOalcooverr pI biR J a If Prompt attention to all kinds6of DentaEWork Special attention to a 1 FINE GOLD FILLINGS AND fECROWN and BRIDGE WORK t Prices Moderate Satisfaction GuaranteedtI 1 H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at LawCHARD1NSBURQ KY 1 Will practice his profession In nil of the b oiuCourts of BreckenrldFo und adjoining coup ties Spiecial attention given to collecting rI road cases nnd criminal practice License to practice In United States District Courts OClco over Sank jt Hiirdlnsburif 1 j = E 1 qlHopaltality l 1 Enttrllllnwl11tthat Is tllellsuro il your guestsdocs not depend on tomll ftjj ftJ tend hospitality Christine Terhuno i Ifftflpatd1 flh TIE J CLODS Publisher 1565th Aye NT ft Sour StomachNo appetite loss of strength nervousness theadache constipation bad breath general debility sour risings and catarrh of r the stomach are all due to indigestion Kodol tcures indigestion This new discovery represents the natural Juices of digestion as they exist In a healthy stomach combined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dyspepsa Cure does not only cure Indigestion and dyspepsia but this famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes lining thestomach Mr S S Ball of Raven wood W Va uys if tI was troubled with sour stomach for twenty year il mUllforKodolDigests What You Eat Bottles only 4100 Sire holdlnr 2H tlmea the trW size which tails for 50 ant Prepared by E O DWITT Si 00 OHIOAQO Sold by mill Druggists Chintz Royalty Practical Surveyor also Notary Public Ican survey your Lands write your Deeds and take tho acknowledgement at your home This saves you trouble and cost Your Patronage Solicited Address me at Hardinsburg KYjp o K jj p DOES YOUR HOUSE NE- EDPAINTING t rI The only upto t date painter in i Cloverport is Bert Beavin If you want your i I house done in the la II IItest nable style cost andat callJ J t i r None but the be- stPAINT v I t I t Ii f a 1 t t 1 a i IIIi The Breckenriidge News WEDNESDAY June 20 1001 c LEADERS CHOSEN S J Chicago June 2JJ Withontn dis setting voice Theodore Roosevelt of New YorK and Charles W Fairbanks of Indiana were this afternoon 4t nominated for President and VIce President of the United Htutes by the rNational Republican Convention In the case of Mr Roosevelt the roll of 1 M slates was called but when the VICE presidential nominating Jeptecnes hind r been concluded the roll was dispenset with and the nomlnntion announced by acclamation Give Thanks Unto Durbin Conventiou Hall Chicago Juno 20 The members ot tho Kentucky dele ftagatlon this morning called on Uov William T Durbin of Indiana at the Auditorium Annex today their respects and as a testimonial of theirp appreciation of Uov Durbins atti tude in upholding former GovMountf ed tpdecision in refusing to honor Gov Beci hams requisition for former Gov Wm S Taylor Leslie Combs voiced the eentlment of the delegation in thanKing Joy r Durbin for his kindness to W S are jjTaylor and Charles Finley- g f x l A short speech was made Dy John to I W Lewis mentioning no names but assuring the Indinuinn of the f friendship and regard of the Ken tuckians 1 1f The delegation then paid its re spects to Senator Fairbanks thd Son if iaatorI assuring the thirty Kentuckians of his appreciation of their support I Notification on July 27 Convention Hall Chicago June 2fl 1 The formal notification of President I rtoosevelt of his nomination will be made on July 27 at Oyster Bay Speaker Cannon will be chairman of the Notification Committee The notification of Senator Falr bankb will occur a week later at Indi anapolis Former Secretary Root will he chairman of tho Vice Presidential Notification Committee r r 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 Bentorville Va serves as example He writes I had Bron chitis for three years and doctored all 4 fthe time without being benefited- Then I began taking Dr Kings New 0= Discovery nnd n fewbottles wholly cured me Equally effective in curine all Lung and Throat troubles Consumption Pneumonia and Grip Guaranteed by Short Haynes Drng v gists Trial bottles free regular sizes j COc and 100 v Kentuckians in Mississippi I Jackson Miss June 22Uovernor i tteckham of Kentucky Tand party arrived in the city this morning in a special car at 10 oclock They were met by Governor VardAman Secretary of State Joe Power Attorney Gen eral Williams and Revenue Agent j Wirt Adams who compose the Miss issippi capitol commission and were 11I I driven In carriages to the new state J i house They carefully went over the ii new building inspecting every room J t and the arrangement of every depart r k meuL Governor BecKham expressed as being well pleased with ffhlwllollif new building He thought I a splendid model Tho ladles tofj the party were also shown over weretjI I fdriven to the mansion where they were received by Governor Varda trIL man and his wife and entertained I J i a delightful dinner being served k They leave tonight for New Orleans t T All Druggist ask the readers of this paper to test livi the value of Kodol Dyspepsia cure persons who have used it and IIThose been cured by it do not to recommend it to their t friends Kodol digests what you eat cures indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach troubles Increases strength j by enabling the stomach and diges two organs to contribn e to the blood all of the nutriment contained in the food Kodol Dyspepsia Curs is pleas palatableVr FntIsist Its too bad the average man cant be satisfied with a good living and nott v be hungering for more money U t V The average man Is satisfied with n- P1 i t od living Tho only trouble Is that P1 P1g Idea of a good living grows with 15 JiTS33 KrlSJif0 f 1Fora Hundred Years For a hundred years or more Witch I Hazel has been recognized as a su perior remedy but it remained for 41 E 0 DeWitt Co of Chicago toy a discover how to combine the vlrtnres- oi Witch Hazel with other anti- septicsl in the form of a salve De 1 Witts Witch Hazel Salve is the best salvo in the world for spres outs burns bruises and piles Tho nigh standing of this salve has given rise to coun t terfeits and tne public is advised to 1 i look for the name rJeViWDn the byIj I i all druggists i f- fJ OUR GREAT PROFIT SHARING CONTEST X25000 5O0 PRIZES lstPrize 151 UUUU 2nd Prize 50003rd Prize 1000 8 Special of S500 Each for Early Subscriptions Every subscriber to The Brockenrldgo News has it chance to share In these cash prizes Tim subject nmttvr of the Interest nR Contest in which these large prizes wlltlie paid Is tile Total Popular Vote to he cast for the fllce of lrt ldent of tilt United Stntoson the Sth day of November IiOt Every man woman and child In the United stutus Should be Interested In the greatest election tho country tins over Imtl It rusts you nothing to win a prize OF THIS GREAT CONTEST Every subscriber who remits al the regular suWrliitlon price for u years suKHrlptlon to Tin1 IlreclcnnrldRe sews will be en titled to ono guess and will receive from us u Iurtlliitite These certificates will Insure to him any prizes which lills guesses title him to claim Whoa you send us your subscription also send us your guess orcstlniHtoof the total vole to be vtut on November 3th for tho ofllc6 of resident In maklug your guess consult tho figure below ahowfagtht total vote for President from Lin coIn to McKinley Write your name addrocs and ostlumto of tho vote In the Subscription Hlliuk The paper will be sent to you regularly and wo will mall to you certificates containing the figures of the guesses which you SOlidl to us This certificate will guar antoo to you any prize which your guess 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last day of the contest ACT AT ONCE It may moan n fortune to you The money with which to pay the prizes has been deposited by the Press Publishing Association In the Central Saving Hank Detroit 311110and can be used for no other pur pose In case of a tie for any Individual prize such prize will bo equally divided between thd contestants Participation In this contest Is not confined to our renders as the contest Is being advertised In a number of other publications tho subscribers to all of have an equal opportunity to share in the distribution of the prim Here is The List of Prizes For the nearest correct estimate or guess 1000000 Nor the second nearest correct estimate or guess 500000 For the third nearest correct estlmiUo or guess 100000 For tho fourth nearest corTttct estimate or guess 50QOO For the fifth nearest correct estimate or guess l1O00 For tho sixth nearest correct estimate or guess 10000 For tho 10 next nearest correct estimates or guossos 550 each 50000 For tho 20 next nearest correct estimates or guossos 525 each fcOOOO For tho 42 next nearest correct estimates or guasses 515 each 68000 For the 100 next nearest correct estimates or guesses 510 eachm 100000 For the 314 next nearest correct estimates or guesses 55 ouch 1570004 492 prizes amounting to 2100000 Valuable Information To aid In forming yonr estimates wo furnish tho following figures Tho TOTAL POPULAR VOTE for President In the your ISftl wus1le4m1S- 68 was 5T21086Increase of 4223 pur cunt lt 72 was 64G105increaseof 104 purconf 1870 was II3lncrotlse of 8010 per cent O wasw900400 Inoronso of 047 percent 1884 was 100149vIncrease of 807 per cent lf8 wnsI1IW8GO Jnerousd of 1H30 per cent 1M2 was i5059351increase of 5WJ per cent 1890 wtlsl30 102 Increase of 15I5 per cent 1000 was13039mIlncrouseof 20 per cent 1904 WhAt will It be Figure It out or guess at It and send In your subscription It may mean a fortune to you Ho careful to write your name figures and P O plainly Dont full to take advantage of the SPECIAL PRIZES Remember that PRIZE Is 10000 that there EIGHT SPECIAL PRIZES 50000 each SEND ALL Telegraphy Write now for Telegraphy Cata logue All graduates secure positions Address HH Cherry Bowling Green Ky Nerve of Tliein Mrs NewlyrlclleWell of all the Impudence Mr NewlyricheWhat Is It Hannah Mrs Nowlyrlclic Them poor first cousins of yours have gone and themselves the Identical an cestors that youve got Puck U I have heen troubled for sometime with indigestion uonr says Mrs Sarah W Curtis of Lee Mass have been taking Chum l erlaina Stomach and Liver Tablets which have hepled me very much so that I can eat many things that before I could not If have any trouble with your stomach why take these tablets and get well For sale by Short JIaynes 3UaCnlu1 ARititi minister seems to be such an altruist said Mrs Oldcastlc Is he replied her hostess I thought by tho sound hits voice that he was a bass Chicago Tribune rinylnR the Future Mother Johnny Bones did you get that awful cold while out playing Son No mother I think I caught It wishing my face yesterday morning J 4 r In addition to the prizes the SPECIAL PRIZES FOR EARLY will be paid For July1st5 50000 For the nearest correct guess received on or after 50000ForJuly15th90000For50000ForMOooJor500001orthe500001OrOctober and before October 15th 500CC Total 500 prizes amounting to S25 00000 Subscription Blank Inclosed find to Apply on subscription account Name Postofflco State My Estimates of the total vote to bo oust on tv0rabor 8 1U04 for of President urei I the CAPITAL and are of for EARLY ORDERS TO THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS Cloverport Ky The got same and stomach and now you not Our of For 1st Boys and Girls School Young Students given personal attention Send for catalogue and Journal Mention course Address HH Cherry Bowling Green Ky THE BEST ONES The best law the Golden Rule The best education self knowledge The best philosophy a contented mind The best theologya pure and benefi cent life The best warto war against ones WeaknessThe medicine cheerfulness and temperanceThe music tho laughter of an innocent child The best science extracting sunshine from a cloudy day The best telegraphy flashing a ray of sunshine into a gloomy heart Tho best bjpgrnphy the life that writes charity In the largest letters Tho best engineeringbuilding a bridge of faith over the river of death The best navigation steering clear ofI the lacerating rocks of personal con tendon Tho best mathematicsthat which doubles the most Joys and divides the most sorrows IN This is for YOU Prizes CONDITIONS men which foregoing following ESTIMATES thttoniBo ESTIMATES wanted The Shortcut Twilight The period of twilight shortens to ward the equator and lengthens to ward the poles In other words the less the thickness of the air through which the rays of the setting sun have to pass tho sooner darkness comes Frojn this It naturally follows that the roglpn of tho shortest twilight Is the ono which Is situated nearest to the equator and at the greatest elevation These two conditions are combined In the region III which stands Quito the capital of Ecuador The plateuu Is 0MU feet above the level of tho sea It Is also surrounded by mountains twen ty peaks eleven of which rise beyond tho snow line being visible from the streets of the city Added to this It is only fifteen tulles south of the equator hence it has u shorter twilight than any other spot on the equator partly because of tho elevation and partly be cause the western mountains Intercept the rays of tho setting sun and so cause darkness to follow daylight with greater rapidity than at any other spot on earth 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 invigorate yqur stomach and give you are Ish for your food For sale by Short Haynes 0 NO N NO 1 N N 0110 N N I Bank of Hardinsburg t 0 B F BEARD OFFICERSII + Morris 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I 1 COMMISSION HERCHANTS t i CENTRAL STOCK YARDS LOUISVILLE KYi KYiONO + + + 1 1 m n s Seeksoss oeaQOOOCOQOooooeoee eos till Oreat oiiwtst sml the nut lnuaI 1m ease inns1hegrowlugpopttiarityof on iIIIre tint nnd r ililrd TiifsiluyN of CMIII month g- HomosiHktrVI Uoundtrlii surd Colonist OmWuy reduced rllll diiUacmouruKe o the Frisco Systitu to add to Its already cmiplitf train iulpnjeut 0 SLEEPING CARSIileaving St Uinl HS p m commencing December o iiTOURISTTuttMlay following until furthjr notice arrive St Louis following Mondujr In Train olit720 a u connecting with all lines Diverging aan below 9 == = = =c== == c = L =SOUTH BERTH RATE NORTH R 35 p m Lv St TouIIrItico System Ar TIIIO n ra ArlIlCI a m at4 33 a m Ar Sirliif eltlJIO000 u in Ar Slonett 100to Ar 1048 p m 410 Ar IarU 500 LvlllfOan420pm pin Lv farts v00 Tex Mid- I Ar 110 a m A 00 Ar Ennis 550 Lv 050 1pm 1010 pm Lv Rmds L50 iLksPr 445 mIIv 9106d0am Ar Houston 500 m1ii I i i Nei1 0N t0 e ee s e Stylish Comfortable Tailor made clothes All the latest patterns for suits and trousers in high grade fabrics Clothes made by modern methods Fit guar anteed Moderate prices Ex pert tailors employed J H HUNSCHE Casper May tk Co Cannelton Ind V G BAPBA- GEAttomeyatLaw PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR Many years experience in sot tling estates All collections reas onableCloverport Kentucky One Minute Cough Cure For Coughs Colds and Croup t 6eH1 a 1N BRECKENR1DGE NEWS JNO O and V G BABAGE Editors and Proprietors Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price f100 a year or 125 if paid at the end of year OARDS OF THANKS over five lines chargo Or at the rate of 10 cents per line OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money In advance Examlnn the label on your paper It It 1Is not correct please notify us uH When ordering a change In the add Ubscrlbers should Rive their old as well as he now address EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY JUNE 20 1001J Roosevelt and Fairbanks How do you like them Y Henry DeHavzn Moorman is a full fledged candidate for the Democratic nomination for county judge p The hog pen has disappeared from our midst Now let Mayor Reid tackle the dog fennel Its a disease breeder anti should go atong with the hog pens Dr R L Newsom attended the Chicago convention He named the ticket before he left and came home delighted with everything he saw and heart The following excerpt from Chair man Cannons speech at the Chica go convention seems to us a pretty truo history of the policy of pro tection He says The policy of protection has baen the shibboleth of thA Republican party from that day to this Under this policy from an insignificant manu facturing country in 1800 by leaps and bounds while we still remain CatarrhIs a constitutional disease It originates In a scrofulous condition of the blood and depends on that condition It often causes headache and dlcxltiess impairs the taste smell and hearing af fects the vocal organs disturbs the stomach IP Is always radically and permanently Cured by the blood purifying alterative and tonic action of Hoods Sarsaparilla This great medicine has wrought the most wonderful cures of nil diseases depending on scrofula or the scrofulous habit HOODS IILLS are the belt cathartic p NasalFirsCATARRH gocy D In all 1U itagca 0- tElys Cream BalmrfER c1cancelOOthcsndheals the diseased membrane DOL4 Itcures catarrh and drives away a cold In the head ELprsTOs qiUcklyI Crenm Tlnlm Is placed Into the nostrils spreads over tho membrane and U absorbed Relief Is Im mediate and k cure follows It Is not drying does not produte sneezing Largo Size 60 cents atDrug gists or by mall Trial Size 10 cents ELY BKOTUEUS 60 Warren Street XevrTorlt first in agriculture among the nations of the earth we have become more than first in manufactures more than ono third of all the manufactured cro duct of the whole earth is produced by American capital by American labor which works charter hours than any people on earth and has more steady employment than any people on earth and on the average receives one and threefourth dollars compen sation where similar labor elsewhere receives but one dollar ROCK VALE Health generally good in this vicin ity at present Childrens Day at Macedonia church Sun lay was the best we have ever attended yet There were about one thousand people present and plenty of dinner for all The recitations by the children were x uptoi fate far exceeding the expectations of the officers of the schooll Rev C MCarley and U D Burch also delivered some very interesting lectures on our Sundayschool work D D Oldham has sold his farm and crop to Jesss Jake and t W Hurl and has gone to Mattoon Ill to make that his future hom- eJ E Howard lost a fine brood maro last week David Meyer has gone to Chatta noogn Tenn with the expectation of locating at that place- S T Ford went to Louisville Mon day with one car load of stock =Herbert Hall attended the Moor man wedding at Qlendeane last week H C Lake went to Louisville Monday on business Dr Rodgers of Askin had a fine cow killed by the train last week Quite a number came from Askin on the train Sunday to attend Child rens Day ar Macedonia C M McGlothlan of Union Star was here Monday visiting Mr and Mrs James S Younger atN 1N N1 N 1N0 11N3 0 1 00010010NOON01000101110NNNN 1111l110NN- 1Y Iii if- d Remarkable nn- iiii Clearance ii i I Priceso Ii 2 2- i2 Z Of new stylish and uptodate goods St Z will be offered from now on so long as the tt if goods last as I do not want to carry any it- iiZ thing over for the next season to come iiT Our stock is complete and at the pricesiT if they are offered to you will not last j aaCone and see how cheap you can dress i yourself 12 0 0Lawn sold at 5c in this sale 4c 21 22 tS Gt 2 22 H 10 74 +2 22 Dotted Swiss worth 12J to go at lie 22 Voilos loo I2o 22 o 22oApron Checks 44 and 5c 2 iiIndia Linen worth loc to go at lOc if25c lOc 2I 2Oddsand ends in India Linen at less than cost 2 Madras Shirting 7cli I2Ladies Vests that sold for loc in this sale 9c i Pliii Mens Suits sold for 675 at 400 tif it Mens Linen Suits to make them go at only 150 22 tI iiMens and Ladies Shoes and Slippers 2 Ztconsistingf of odds and ends nearly given ii i away 2 i i H MEYER I BIG SPRING KENTUCKY i 1 1 1N NNlNN N1- NNlNl1 FRYMIRE Farmers are cutting wheat and find it some better than expected Mrs Frank Barger is ill Mrs John R Barr is very feeble with rheumatismMr is giving vocal lessons to a class at Raymond J W Barr sold a fine gang of sheep to Lewis Warren of Chenault this weekEd Kroush is visiting his sister here this week He is jusl home from the Worlds Fair He claims that tlfe Fair is not as good as it should be gponsider bug expenses i Mrs L N McGlothlan spent last week with her sister here Mrs B F GillilandS and family spent Sun day with Mrs B F Gillilaud Mr Dodsons daughter of Indiana is visiting her parents here She is favorably impressed with Kentucky Miss E Gertrude Allen who is visit ingjher brothers and sister of Wyatt Mo is quite ill again with a disease of the lymphatic glands As soon as she is able she will return to her home What is TEETHINAt Well tis this A tasteless powder that will Kiss From babys brow the fever glow chat teething always brings you know- TEETHINA overcomes and counteracts the effects of summers neat aids digestion regulates the bowels lives rosy cheeks health and happi ness to babies New Postmasters Charles Cahill and Richard J Powers save been appointed postmasters at Dukes and Goering Hancock county respectively Isaac Kahn Dead Isaac Kahn of Owensboro who in the seventies was in business at Hines Mills Ohio county died in Louisville aturday morning at the age of sixty two Miss Aloorman Honored Miss Agues Lewis of Henderson entertained Monday evening with a leap year party ri her home on Powell street in honor of Miss Sue Robert Watkins of this city and Miss Margaret Moor uan of Cloverport who were her juests Sundays Owensboro Inquirer Ueo Weatherholt has been compelled to lay off work at the railroda hops on account of a badly injured Hind SIOO Reward SIOO The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh are is the only positive cure known now to the medical fraternity Ca arrah being a constitutional disease squires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter ally acting directly upon the blood nnd mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the toundation for the disease and giving the pa lent strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doings work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any cage it fails to cure Send for list of testimonials Address F J Jheney Co Toledo O Sold by all druggists 750 Take Halls Fam- Ily Pills for constipation 4kkkkkkAkkAkkkdkkylitkAkkkkk ofkkkAkkRAAAkAkkkkkkkkAAkkkl 1 kkkRkkkkkkkRkAAkkkkkkkkkil o kkkkkkp kICiCckkkkllkkk ICkkkkkkkkkkkR QJt y kARiti171eCRitkilkkkkkkitkkllitl1t7fkiRkkkkkkkkkkkkAAAk7wk It ji BIGPICNIC x71 4 f tt JKk1 i iti i J ttit- iff i 00 BARBECUE IiJJlQ i 1 rY- rc t s- d a Jlt FOURTH of JULY A itj11 NEAR HARDINSBURG ttAA t5 itI Biggest in the County on This Day II- 1i II JI tr JI i 0Atthe beautiful grove at the intersection of S JI the Hardinsburg and Owensboro road and thes tIt Hardinsburg and Cloverport turnpike near Har= ir dinsburg on i I IttJJrcc JJJ II Monday July 4 1904 L t Nt JJ rr11sThere will be refreshments gajore firstclass ig dancing floor and good string band Something Ii l f i going on day and night I S Respectfully iOr tA ii WN Pate Gus D Shellm nf- W I B PateA f I q arrlrrararsrrrrrrrrrrlrlrrrr rrrolrYrarrrrrrrrrr rrrlrYrrrerrKCtrrrrr rrrrrsrrrr r trr tp9- tyiarerrYrrrrrrrrrrYrrrrrrrrrarrrrrr rrrrrrnrrrrrrrrrr orrrrrrrrrrrFrr rrrrrrrrrtI tr PATESVILLE Miss Ada Frymire is UtIUIOVerjportJohn Parson Esq spent Friday and Saturday in Fordsville Miss Lula Kinkead visited relatives in Daviess county tnis weeK Miss Josie Bruner is at the point of death with consumption Mrs Dove Clark who has been ill for a long time is now out again Mr and Mrs Wm Powers have purchased a tine piano from Chas Gabbfrt Mrs Mint Clark spent Saturday afternoon with Mrs J M Fawver who is ill- Walter Jarboe who has oeon in Tennessee for some time is at home again Miss Rena Pnlliam visited last week her sister Mrs M Miller of Rough Creek There will be Childrens day Ser vices at the Baptist church Sunday night July 3 Mr and Mrs Jno Shaw spent Sunday with their son Jake and family of near Weber Mrs Helm Compton returned home Tuesday after a very pleasant visit with relatives at Weber Mrs T D Brown and daughter Blanche of Weber spent Tuesday with Mrs Linnie Compton Messrs Ores and Lawrence Law lace who have been in Padncah for soni time are spending a few days at homeMisses Sue and Dora Stephens and brother Oscar of Hawesville spent Sunday with their sister Mrs Wm PowersMisses Annie and Sallie Baker spent several days last week with their sister MM Mark Clark of near Whltesville Master Chas Montague who has J1 been spending a vacation with friends and relatives returned to his home at Owensboro Thursday 4 Miss Berchie Leach returned to her home in Beaver Dam Thurs day after a very pleasant visit with friends and relatives accompanied by her uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs tJ N Paxton t Quite a crowd attended the ice cream supper at Dukes Saturday 4night There were only about four buggies and fonr roadwagons and 4Pateevilleand Mrs Harmon Mr and Mrs M a Compton and little son Mervin Misses Nina Lynch Anna Lamb Emma Clark Mollie and Nellie Faw J ver Tnla Lamb Ola Clark Di Milner and George Lamb All halt j an enjoyable time if they were packed up like sardines 7 r h rPI t = 9FY t= a 7 7 r Jj I NOTICEiliiY r TOiffIIi COUNTRY MERCHANTS m 1 r c If you did not read our ad in the NEWS last week and have not mailed us an order you have made a mistake as your neighbor t- I has availed himself of the F I + opportunity and has gotten a lot of cheap GROCERIES ill Ft i11 IP ir fJ OUERBACKER GILMORE CO f r WHOLESALE GROCERS m NN Louisville Kyn7 E 4C c tL c= w3rr2 i79s r r Gcr3titC Ctr3r E1r79f t- l k1 I r r AN OLD ADAGE SAYS 11 A light purse Is a heavy curse f Sickness makes a light purse The LIVER Is the seat of nine tenths of all dis- easeMs Pills go to the root of the whole mat ter thoroughly quickly safely and restore the actloQ of the LIVER to normal condition I r Give tone to the system and solid flesh to the body Take No Substitute I NewstffWEDNESDAY JUNE 29 1001 Bat ter on ice Pophnm Bros Gasoline to sellJ D Babbage 1Lilbon Smith went to Owensboro Friday RUT L Budrette was in Owensboro MondayFor House and lot Call on L tire T F Sawyer Gus Reidel of Holt was in town MondayCrepe paper 8 cents a rollJ- D Babbage j Rev J L Reid ot Livermore was in the city Monday Stuart and Virgil Babbage were in Hardinsbnrg Tuesday If yon want your groceries deliver I ed promptly call 272 i Lime salt cement mixed teed shipstnff Popham Bros Masons fruit jars 50 and G5 cents per doz Popham Bros Great fiction number = of CenturyJ now readyJ D Babbage MMiss Alice Board cue down from Holt Friday to visit relatives Georgia McOaryepetit several IIMss her home in Hardinsburg last Ed Morrison has returned from RocKport where he was tbe guest of friendsMrs Shelby Conrad was the guest of Dr and Mrs German at Louisville ThursdayMiss Grahamof Louisville is HarryrJesse Keys went to Dry Valley near Lodibnrg on a hunting trip last Thursday M Miss Bessie Mitchell of Holt spent Sunday and Monday with Miss Florence Lewis- J E Keith received a badly mashed linger last Wednesday by catching it stonevMrs W II Bowmer was the guest of 4 her daughter Mrs Juo Burk at Louis v ille part of last week k Mr and Mrs B S Whitehouse and Miss Nellie Whitehouse returned Thurs day from West Louisville 4Mrs Chas Warfield went to Glen deane Monday for a two weeks visit MoormanaMrs E G Berry and children return 1 ed Sunday from a visit of several weeks V to relatives at Franklin Ky b Misses Graoe Foote and Beatrice Cottrell of Owensboro were the guests of Mrs V G Babbage Sunday Have just started our delivery wagon Shall be pleased to call for your order every morning Popham Bros Carriganaand Miss K Caney came up from Owensboro Thursday for a visit to T- ar4SpringsSi Mr and Mrs David Swareng at tended the funeral of their grand daughter Mary Parr at Stephens port last week If you want your engine repaired or anything In boiler and engine supplies go to the Cloverport Foundry Machine Co x Mr and Mrs Thomas Dyer and their two handsome little boys of Kansas are the guests ot his father Mr J J Dyer A Dr R L NewEOtn was the only representative Cloverport had at the Republican National Convention ins 1 Chicago last week 9 Big pile of 10 cent magazines to goat 5 cents Munsey MiCIures Every bodys and good ones like that Get one at 5 centsJ D Babbage M Hump Back C SCOTTS EMULSION wont make a back straight neither will It Zhump leg long but It feeds soft mAkeI I diseased bone and Is V the few genuine means of recovery In rickets and bone consumption Send for free sample SCbTT DOWNE Chem U 409415 Feul Street New York Soc ud Stoo ill drugltt- 1 C w Gas Gibson was in rLoai8yill I Monday Get the July magazines at J D Babbages ixir For sale Wall paper store Catlon Ti F Sawyer Carbon paper for the ladles 10 cents sheet J D Babbage Munsey magazine for July now readyJ D BItage Great lot of 10 cent magazines to- go at 5 uentsJ D Babbage S W Squires is in Louisville un der treatment and is doing nicely A 25 drop head sewing machir tor 15 cash next SaturdayBabbage SonGo the Cloverport Foundry S Machine Co for threshing machint repairsDo need harness leather or anything in the harness line Call on Babbago Son Sirs S W Squires and daughter Miss Eliza spent several days in Louisville last weeK July Everybodys magazine full if good summer reading stuff Now readyJ D Babbage Mr and Mrs H A Oelze and little granddaughter Mary Owen were in jouisville last week Mr and Mrs W R Embry were the nests of Mr and Mrs Jno Carson at Owensboro Sunday Vivian Pierce was up Sunday from ipottsville where he Is night operator for the Henderson Route Just received a nice line of ladies line shoes for summer wear Call and see them Popnaui Bros If it is a pump you want go to the Cloverport Foundry Machine Co They have them in stock Mr and Mrs W H Williams of awesville were the guests of Mr and Mrs T F Sawyer Sunday Miss Katherine 1ierpont hits returned to her home at Cecilia after a ileasnnt visit to relatives at Wen leaneMr and Mrs Anderson Friel of near Hnwesville were the guests of Mr and Mrs Louis Sahlie from Sun aay until Tuesday Mrs H L Roth and children and Miss Nanie Witt of Ludlow Ky arrived in the city Saturday to visit Mr and Mrs S H McCracken Mrs Joe Cooper and Mrs Louis owers of Hawesville and Mrs Hawes oif Owensboro spent last Wednesday at he KinTuck lie Tar Springs If your mowing machine or binders broken and neeas repairing take It- to The Cloverport Foundry and Inchin Co andthey will make it as good as new Mr and Mrs Marion Weatherholt and little son Forrest Dryden returned Monday from a visit to relatives in Kansas and a trip to the St Louis airShirley Benhaui of Big Bend was here Sunday the guest of Mr nnd Irs- JA Barry while eu route to St Louis to spend several days at the Worlds Fair Robt Stone of FranKfort has been at the bedside the past weeK of his trotherinlaw Ira DeHaven whose Condition is improved after several reeks serious illness Miss Nellie Leichhardt of Goddard ran accompanied Mr and Mrs larion Weatherholt on their return rom Kansas and will spend several weeks here visiting relatives Mr and Mrs Geo F Davison ar ived in the city last week from Ashland Ky to spend their vacation with Rev and Mis SO Christen Mr Davison is a son of Mrs Chris lonetSwallow Mirlfles floating palace gave a creditable performance at the iver Monday night Some of the features eSpecially the great train cboery were much enjoyed by an audience of nearly a thousand people Jas E Hanowell of Cincinnati bas been in the city this week in Interest of the Endowment Rank nights of Pythias ot the Supreme I Lodge for which he is the special or anizer and manager in Ohio Kentucky und Indiana Mr and Mrs Jas S Younger gave a- six oclock dinner Thursday evening in onor of Miss Lucile Sterett of Hawes v ille to the following Misses Lucile terctt and Marian Bowmer and Messrs Byrne Severs and Geo You- ngercTORxBear thethe Kind You nave Always Bought SIgnature tor t lt2 IIMPROVED TRAIN SERVICE I Offered by the Henderson Route be tween Louisville and St Louis Commencing last Sunday Tune 20 Kentuckys popular line the Hen erson Route inaugurated a safe and Fast Day service between Louisville and St Louis in each direction and rill improve the time and equipment enerally of all trains between these points Three dally trains will be operated Iin each direction on the following safe schedules between Louisville and St Louis Leave Louisville 830 a m U0J p m and 700 a m Arrive St Louis 010 p m 720 a m and 010 p m The equipment is brand new just from the shops of tne most modern vestibule pattern and is as tine as on any train operating In or out of KentucKy The S80 am train through with out change of cars will be composed of Pullman Observation Parlor Cars Free Reclining Chair Cars Dining Cars and high back seat passenger coachesThe 00 p ui train through without change of cars will consist of Pull man Sleeping Cars Free Reclining I Chair Cars and high back seat passen ger coachesII The 700 a m train will have Par for Cars Dining Cars and high I back seat passenger coaches The dinnig Cars on lay trains will serve meals a la carte you pay only for what you get All trains will leave from and Ar rive in the Seventh Street Union Depot Louisville arriving at and de J parting from the new magnificent Union Station at St LouisIIn purchasing your tiCKets to St I Louis or to points west ask the agent for tickets via Louisville and thoI Senders 3n RouteII He will have them in stoop andI will be glad to ticket you that way You will be satisfied in every re spect with accommodation and safe tram service that is offered by thl1II ine wnich has been termed the 1 3filuial Route for Kentuckians EnfrlnmlN Oldest Ilnllvrny Station Tho only rallwaiy station in England hat can boast of being really old Ila lint nt Bourne Lincolnshire which Is in ancient Elizabethan mansion for nerly In tho possession of tho Dlgby family somo members of which were implicated In the gunpowder pint When the Great Northern and Mid and railroads came through this dis net a memorial was sent from the nlmbltants of Bourne asking that in itcnd of pulling tho old landmark down Jt might be converted into a railway station for which purpose it answers idmlrnbly now Tart of tho house Is used as n residence by the station maser lenJthenlnJ Life The difference between rising every morning at 0 nnd S in the course of forty years amounts to 29200 hours or 3 years 121 days and 10 hours which ire equal to eight hours n day for exactly ten years So that rising nt 0 vlll be the same as If ten years of llf a weighty consideration were added wherein wo may command eight hours Dyers day for tho cultivation of our minds and tho dispatch of business When CntM Were Scarce In a curious collection of ancient Welsh laws dated JM3 A D appears tine following sentence from which It ivould appear that cats were rather scarce at that time The worth of a kItten until It shall open Its eyes Is one egal penny from that time till it shall dll mice two legal pennies after it shall kill mice four legal ponce anti sot shall always remain The Other Way Did I understand you to say that ikndchase was suffering from heart trouble brought about by financial em jarrassment 1 No I said he was suffering from financial embarrassment brought about jy heart trouble The heiress ho was ncazed to has jilted him Misses Adelia and Katherina Moor man returned Friday from Louisville where they attended the marriage of heir sister = = = L = =r 1I JOHN S CULLEY J BRICK CONTRACTOR Sir J i Louisville Kyfn N4Z + WaLtvtsI h hAdvertisements Inserted under this bead atone sent u word per week FOR SALE pRINTING Presses and Cutting machines lot of good Laundry machines Also new mid secondhand GUS und Gasoline FJtiKlnusMAUTIN OA1ILE 51U 3rd Street Louisville Ky L IIST L TIME TABLE EAST HOUND No 48 Dally Fust Train leaves Cloverport iO7 A at West Point only urrlvIs at Louisville 715 A JL I No 42 Rally Mull and Express leaves Clo i rer ort fl5 A M1 stols atall way stations rrfvo8Loulsvllol2JRl M Train No 44 Exposition Limited dally ar lve CloviTiK rt 413 p moo lioulsrlllu ii5o p- II Stops at West Iolnt onlyII IIr11rIvesi II m tops at all stations WEST HOUND No 47 Dully St touts Midi and Express eavosdloverort DISAi arrive Evan Illo 1350 PM arrives St Louis 016 13II tops at nil stations No 43 Evansvlllo Mall and Express leaves lloverport 785 PM Stops at an why sta lons Arrives at Evansvlllo 1030 P O- No 45 dully St Louis fast train heaves Clo erport 1100 11 arrives Evansvlllel35l A It St louls20 A M stops at Hawesvllle I hvonsboro and Hcndurson onlyITrain No 41 Exposition Limped dally wives Cloverport 1033 u m Evansville 100- L I m St Louts 011 11 ra stops at Huwes Ille Owinsboro and Hendurson only Train No 43 Mall and Express dully ar Ivts Cloverport 725 p m Evansvllle 1030II i m Stops at all stations Train No 45 St Louts KaSt Line dally atIns Cloverport 11 011 p moo Evansvllle 135 I 1 IiawesllleFordsville Branch EAST HOUND I Train No 2 Dally except Sunday leaves I oriNvIllo4 Oa m arrives Irvlngton 815 i 1 m Train No4 Dally except Sunday leaves ordsvllle340 p m arrives Irvlnitton d00- pll1lrilin No II Sunday only KonlsvllleAHX a m Irvington 833 p m WEST HOUND Train No3 Dally except Sunday leaves rvlngton 1100 it m arrives Fordsville 305 pllI1rliln No5 Dally leaves Irvlnnton fcIO JI- m arrives Fordsvlfle 1100 p m HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Round trip home seekers excursions to West and Southwest first and third Tuesdays eochmouth at greatlyreduced ates One way second class colonist tickets to South and Southeast first and third Tuesdays each month at reduced rates Following Worlds Fair tickets on daily sale Cloverport to St Louts Season ticket 1130 60 day ticket fOX 15 ay ticket 985- Fourth of July Rates For forth of July rate of one fare plus loc will be made for the round trip be ween Cloverport and all local points rickets to be sold on July 3jlI good to return to and including July fifth L H and St L Ry Co Special acct dedication of Methodist hurch Glendeane July 3 1004 For this occasion rate of 190 for ouud trip Cloverport to Glendeane and return be will made Sunday Excursion Rates 125 Cloverport to Louisville and eturn on morning trains of July 10 goodreturning on 43 or 40 same date t r I Coal Price- sReduced IJ i 100 bu 950 fl I C I 25 bu 250 ft1 20 bu 200 8 fmI ffJhh- r IiI- it 1 fWe handle the Auburn Ash P 1 II JjjIii- jj loaded by hand and we guarantee A C it to be clear of slack or sulphafifi 1 Will fill coal houses on monthly P j jj- II 1 I paymentsGregory Cof fI r 11 = =v o 77 OCOCOCOCXDOCOOCOCXSCJCIOOOOOOOoooooocococxococococ I s NOTICEDI lIII I 81 Our Machine Shop and Foundry is now in firstclass shape We are prepared I to do all kinds of new and re pair work with accuracy and in the least possible time thereby saving W W Wti e and expense to our patrons We guarantee all our work to be trial class job- Cloverport in very respect Give firstii Foundry and Machine Co Cloverport Ky COCOCOCOOCOCXXX3XXDCKXXDCOOO MEET MEAT NOLTES Getting Ready for the Glorious I FOURTH Picnics everywhere that day Youll be taking one of them in Will proba bly need something for the occasion Iflats Shoes Shirts Suspenders Necktie Collars Cuffs Oxfords Umbrellas Canes LET US FILL THE BILL J C NOLTE 6v BRO MASONIC TEMPL- ECLOVERPORT KY WLWI T Hnn As a Customerthe who sells you GOLD DUST the first time He gains your confidence so does the flour Quality does itCaicks Gold Dust Flour hu n continuous record of over 20 years for never safe for you to try and for the grocer to recommend I Milled cleanly from choice winter wheat by Ca dick Millirvg Co GRANDVIEW IND N4 MMMMNNVNMI1IVM tAM I1M Whoa gWhoaJaro1 GREAT I AMERICAN WATER SHOWS WILL AT CLOVERPORTThursday Two Per fore mances cesDal Dally CADICKS FLOURf- or disappointin- gIts THE EXHIBIT Two Per for mana cesDai Daily This Mammoth Show will be presented Iin an Immense Tent on a COLOSSAL BARGE See the funny clowns and the funny clown band the beautiful herd of performing Shetland Ponies and many other interesting and attractive features A SHOW THAT IS CLEAN AND MORAL THROUGHOUT Grand Free Street Parade at 12 oclock Exhibitions begin at 2 p m and 8 p m Doors open an hour earlier u dnH- uun- u ADMISSION ONLY 25 cents Children under eight yearS 15 cents THE NEWS 50 CENTS A YEAR UNTIL AUGUST I WYIr Yv The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY June 29 1001 Will be Dedicated Sunday The Methodist church at Glendenne will be dedicated next Sunday by Dr J J Tiger or Nashville Tenn Rev E M Uiboans is the praetor That Throbbing Headache Would quickly leave yon if you used Dr Kings New Life Pills Thousands of sufferers have proved their matchless merit for sick and Nervous Headaches They make pure blood and build up your health Only 25 cents money book if not oared S11 by Shoi t tfc Haynei Druggists Looked For as a Letter Plttburg PH June 31 1904 Mr J D Babbnge Dear SirWill yea iileiise change the nildr M of the dear News a m Box No 91 Station A Iittsbnrst Box No 83Soottdsle Pa The NYw is a letter tram home anti HB ausiuusly looked for as n letter Bnunaae ia n little dull here now on aoeount of the dullnw in iron Yours trulyC B Bates Cures Kidney and Bladder Troubles Deep Slated Cases Aching Back Mucous Difclrarger Etc For old obstinate deepseated Kid nay Blander and Urinary diseases take K bottle of Botanic Kidney Sped fic If you have agonizing pains in buck swollen leg or abdomen die charges from the uretha neuralgia of the bladder burning sensation or dim unity in ping water also a frequent dartre or even involuntary diwhargee of the urine Catarrh of the bladder dlMgraeableOcolored your kidneys and bladder are diseased Take Botanic Kidney Speci disappeardiaoharges appear The burning senwitiou stops guaranteedBotanicI gives Strength power and health to the kid nays Acts directly on the uric acid and dissolves and s it Plea ut to the taste Especially advised for chronic oases that resis all other treatment 1 per large bottle at iny store or by express Gill or write A R FIsherCloverort Ky DM nt Suit Doo D to Jeweler I brought bncl this engagement ring that I bought yesterday Jeweler Didnt it suit Doo DYes It was all right but I didnt Elllt Elkton Ky June 8th 1001 Dr E W Hall St Louts Dear SlrI have used your Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery in my tamil and can cheerfully recommend it tall suffering from kidneyand bladder trouble Respectfully S L Thompson A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of the Texas Won tier 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 blvd der in both men ana women regulates bladder troubles in onildren If not sold by your druggist it will be sent by mull on receipt of 1 One small bottleI is two munths treatment and sepia fails to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer P 0 Bo 020 St Luis Mo Send for tests monials Sold by all druggists Office 2081 Olive street Miss Moorman Assigned Miss Mary Moorman of Owensboro formerly of this city who recently returned from Richmond Va where she WItS examine as to her fitness for missionary work by the mission board has received the appointment sought and also an assignment Se will bo sent to a mission station about 7UO Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Dont Know It How To Find Out Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let It stand twentyfour bom a sediment or set U tllng Indicates a- nT condl lion of the kid neys If It stains your linen it iIs evidence of kid ney trouble too frequent desire to J pass It or pain in the back is also bladderareoutotorderWhat to Do There IIs comfort In the kriowledge SwariijRooteverywishthebackpartofInabilitytopassing It or bad effects following use of liquor unpleasantnecesslly oftenduringduring the night The mild and the extra realize effect of SwampRoot Is soon It stands wonderfulcasesIfthebestsizesYouwonderful discovery tA7 nda book that tells ngymore aboutitbothsenta- bsolutely t t free by mallMAddress Dr Kilmer nori of swunpnoct Wheiwrltlngmention Dont make any mistake but remember tbo name Swamp ltoot Dr Kllmers Swamp Root and the address Binghamton N Yon every bottle miles interior from Hong Kong in China She will leave the latter part of August in company with Mrs and Rev Dr Bryan Mis Moorman has already commenced to make prepara tions for her long journey Fourth of July Celebrations often result inserions accidents to boys cudgirls So get a bottle of Paracampb First Aid to the Injured the remedy which heals Burns Cuts and Bruises quicker han anything olro It relieves pain and heals without leaving ugly scars Every bottle guaranteed Didnt Komi WiiMliIliK The Mao on uncivilised tribe on the Island of Tessa are not at nil fond of bathing Indeed they share the CM nose idea that it is only dirty people who need continual washing They doA not regard themselves as dirty and therefore dispense with the uncleanly habitYou white people must bo very dirty said an Mao to a traveler M the latter was preparing to take a plunge into a limpid river as you tell me you bathe In the river every day And what about yourself was the question In turn Oh replied he with an air of con tempt I am very clean and hero nov or needed washing Prepare to Teach We offer a special course of study for teachers Send for catalogue Mention course of Study wanted Address H H Cherry Bowling Green Kv President Southern formalI School trRoilSayyou Bob Why man have you lost your senses tolldope at least not my sense of touch Yule Record urea Blood and Skin Diseases Itching Humors Eczema Scrofula Etc Send no moneysimply write and try Botanic Blood Balm at our ox pease A personal trial of Blood Balm is batter than a thousand printed testimonials so dont hesitate to write for n free sample If you sutler from eczema scrofula Blood PoisonIs oanoer eating sores itching skin pimples boils bone pains swellings rheumatism catarrh or any blood or skin disease we advise you to take Botanic Blood Balm B B B Espe cially recommended for old obstinate deep seated cases of malignant blood or sKin disease because Botanic Blood BilmB B B kills the poison in failsupure amlrich gives the skin the rich glow of health B B B the most perfect bloodpnriner made Thorou 1ly tested for thirty years Costs 1 per bottle at drng stores To prove it cures sample bottle Blood Balm sent free by writmc Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and free medical advice sent in sealed letter This is an honest offer medi cine sent at once prepaid Some jiteopir have an lien that they comfort the 441cted when they groan lover them Dont drive a hours tJirnuzu a tunas soul tumIIA doctor here sued me for 12 CO forxa case oC cholera mochas says R White ot CoaohellB Cnl At the trial he praised his medical skillI and medicine I asKed him if it was not Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dianhoefl Remedy he used as I haa good reason to believe it was and he would not say under oath that it was not Nodoctor could use a heft ter remedy than this in a case of cholera morbns it never fails Sold by Short S Haynes FRENCH MIDDLE CLASSES They ire riiNxlim Ilich on n Thou and DollmM n Year A French lady widow of an otllcer once sold to me says the writer that she always traveled first clues because she was rich afterward explaining Unit her Income was exactly 200 u year But she was rich because most likely she never spent moru than liO and the explanation I dare say ap plies to the medical men in the coun try Thoy are rich in all probability on three or four hundred a year rich Just because they make much more than they spend In order to compre head French life and character we must bear one fact In mind Appear inoEngland outside show is not sacrificed to tics CJrundy is no twentieth con tury Baal On the other hand good re pute Is sedulously nursed personal dignity rand family honor are hedged round with respect We must not take the so called real istic novelists standard to be the true one Frenchmen I should say as n rule spend n third less upon dress than Englishmen It docs not follow that the individual is held in slight esteem personality discounted These provin cial and country doctors do not outwardly resemble their spick and span English colleagues nor do they affect what Is called style in their equipage IIn most cases tile conveyance is a blcy clernnd manner of living How can they upon an Income derived from one and eight penny fees But many are doubtless rich in the logical accepta j lion of the wordthat is they live con siderably below tbelr income and save J money Chambers Journal ao 0 p Kentucky elevations Work Chicago June 22The Kentucky di tio 11 held a meeting in the Palmer House tine morning and tie cided to vote for Fairbanks for View President Though the matter was informally discussed yesterday and the reeling for the Indiana Senator plainly shown the resolution in striating the delegates to vote for him as a unit was not carried without opposition Gov Bradley ottered the resolution and the Hon Leslie Combs at first opposed Gov Bradley apparently won over Mr Combs by another speech rand the latter lted for tne resolution One declaration for Senator S B Elkins of West Virginia and one for Congressman Hilt were wade The latter came from the Hon E Wiltaou of LouisvilleIGov Bradley and Commissioner Yerkes have been inseparable today Locked arm in arm they have been strolling together in the Palmer House Texas for Parker- SartlntortioTexJuneJ 22fhe state Deuiociajic convention finished its business today The delegation was elected instructed to vote for Parker aunt to vote as a unit on all questions The platform adopted was short enibra sing merely an enunciation of Demo static fundamental principles There was vigorou lId successfulopposition to a minority report proposing a plank declaring against au asset currency and the control of money by national banks On recommendation the platform was made to contain the words We are opposed to mint currency und the con ol of the volume of money by the power A motion that the del iegates be instructed to place Senator Bailey in nomination for vice president was ruled out of order A TANTALIZING FISH The War of the Salmon Are Ileyonil KlmlliiK Out Who knows the way of the eagle in the air or of the salmon In the seaV Of all Halt the moat tantalizing lie bus been the life study of thousands of men Yet how little any one really knows about him and how conlllctlux the testimony an to what Is known If you want to get the lien that there is no such thing as abstract truth you can form that opinion quickly by sit ting in front of the fireplace in n fish ling club some evening when the most experienced members are present anti feel like talking There is scarcely any proposition connected with the life hhistory of this flab upon which any two men of forty or fifty yours experi once in salmon haling will agree The bloKmphy of the fish Is filled with puz zling blanks You catch a glimpse of him In his Infancy Ho mysteriously disappears returns during adolescence and then is gone again until on his third appearance the infant has grown to be fully mature Who would think the childish smolt of u few ounces that slips quietly down river IIn the early spring could come back the same SU1lli war in tile pride of youth as n three or four pound grilse And the next time he goes upon what meat doth he fl ellII that ho jumps to maturity and ten pounds weight What ports does he visit while ho Is oft on his deep sea flies Where does he keep the chartJJ by which after his far away wander gs he unerringly returns to his birthplace And why do many grits como to some rivers and comparatively few or none to others In Mlramlchi I waters there are In August ten grllseJJ to every full grown salmon In theeToUIqiic theta are scarcely any glIujj at nllIrlOIlJ The Trout of the No plslgult by Frederic Irlond In Scrib norti A man of Integrity will never listen to any reason against conscience Horne J I Your Heart When Your Heart Fails io Pump Your l Blood TroublebResults Have you heart trouble You have If you find It hard to breathe after walking up stairs exercising etc If you havo pain in your left side In chest back or shoulder If you surfer bluelipsIf you havo fainting spells breast rang palpitation redness of tho face discomfort In sleeping eThowhole train of troubles Is Dr Miles New Heart Cure Dr Miles New Heart Cure Is tho t jwhosej obsthwnate nervous heart disease has mado his name preeminent In the medical and scientific world rTheknowftfirstbottlewill give you back your money ctimessobadnightnndthobedThreoObC 1 awayISo I- lgot II pamphlet about Dr Mlles wourdtryrecovered and have had better healthsince then than before for several years I can heartily recommend them for heart PastorDaplll1t FREE TrialPackage AntlPalnrlPIIOurSpeclatlstyou wbnt is wronKLand low tocnsoh itn a COtADORATOIUEfiJ Y w w h R r KENTUCKY EDITORS PAY COMPLI lENTS TO THE HENDERSON ROUTE Courteous Passenger Agent After a busy day at Louisville on the 13th of June a partial report of which appeared in the last issue of The Bee the Kentucky Press Associa tionparty left at 0 oclock at nightex nctly on time for St Louis over the Henderson Route in charge of the ever courteous and capable pas senger agent Mr Geo L Garrett The newspaper wen and ladies made metal note again of the unfailing courtesy of the Louisville Nash ville and Louisville Henderson 3t Louis railroad Mr GeoL Garrett for the Henderson Route had charge of the tram going Mr W L Mapother of the L S N accompani d the party and spent twodars at the Fair Nothing was left undone that theso gentlemen could do for the convenience of the press people Earl ington Bee Puts You There While Asleep We left Louisville at nine Monday night on a special train of Pullman Sileepers over the Henderson Route which puts you into the Worlds Fair city while you sleep We arrived at light oclock and were met at the lepot by representatives of the In and Type foundry and taken to th e Jefferson for breakfast followed- y a visit to the type foundry where the entire plant was inspected La Rue County Herald Triumps of Modern Surgery Wonderful things are done for the human body by surgery Organs retaken out and scraped and polished and put back or they may be remove d entirely bones are spliced nipes ake the place of diseased sections of reins antiseptic dressings are applied o wounds bruises burns and like in uries before inflammation sets In hich causes them to heal without saturation and in one third the time equired by the old treatment Cham oriulns Pain Balm acts on the same principal It i fnn antiseptic earl when applied to such injuries auses themto heal very quickly It also allays the pain and soreness Keep a bottle of Pain Balm in your home and it wilt savp you time and money not to mention the Inconvenience and suffering which such In uriep entail For sale by Short K Haynes Not Too Blind Passerby I thought you were blind- MendicantWell sir times is so hard and competition so great that even blind man has to keep his eyes open lowadays Jf he wants to do any bust lefia at al Tireless In His Efforts After the business session at Loula ville the party two hundred strong left forSt Louis over the Louisville Henderson St Louis railroad which extended special courtesies to the editors General Passenger Agent Garrett was on the train and was tireless in his efforts to see that every body was comfortable and happy Hypkinsvilltj New Era No Kinder Officials A special train over the Louisville Henderson and St Louis Route was tendered by the railroad officials and accepted by the members of the Press Association The roads are always kind to the Press boya especially when it comes time for them to take their annnal outings There are no better roads with kinder officials than are the Louisville Henderson and St Louis and the Louisville and Nashville The kindness is appreciated by all the editors and their families Glenns GraphicMadionville ExcelledI ses sion the editoral party about 200 In number took sleeping cars for St Louis to be present on Kentucky Dad at the Worlds Fair The trip to the Worlds Fair City was mdtle over the L H St LThe Henderson Routeand the L N railroads For comfort in travel these roads can not be excelled by any line in the land Hartford Hernia Killing His First Man Youths Companion The killing of a brotherman even in battle id a painful thing to re memberA soldier of the late war thus vividly Inscribes his first experience liMy first wan I saw but twenty secondsbut I ball remem her him for ever I was standing by my gun when a Confederate infantry soldier rushed up- I whipped nut my revolver and took him through the breast He tossed up his arms gave me the strangest look in the world and fell forward upon his face He had blue eyes brown curling hairadark mustache and a hand some face I thought the instant I fired thatI I should have loved that man if I had known him I tell you this war isIterrible business One Obstacle Only Scholar Professor your mnemonic ystem is wonderful and I am wire that any one after mastering tho rules can learn to remember any thing But I am handicapped by ono itScholarITown and Country 0 V The Feminine Language From The London Outlook We You may talk to a woman for RDmlserlhour or more and understand everyL andv word she yayo Neat bread moneyset Uu motor cars drains the ace of r hree trumpsthere is really no space at 1 d dCuban my disposal to give a list of thewith al words that are common to both lannnd pt guages In fact most of the Iff1from df concrete things of life may be left out of the question It is when we pnssWeht beyona tho concrete that the realotPoerl misunderstanding arises laKe ti couple1jo P of very common words used equRllyperltv by both sexes A man wit say that In the SoandSoisa nice girl 1 shoulded jnsurJ know what he meant A woman will tn tc reply that the girl Is pretty agreeablei never I and all teat sort of thing but that r W organizes she Is not quite nice The two 4effect ve are using tho same word to expressmldj have different ideas and they will never wad tbose agree as to whether that girl is nicearty they or otherwise until they can talk thAI t Dy our yvesamewere Again in the feminine dictionary QI1feotJve hgntfonllaIand a horrid bore and I cAn un fptsorvJng ltellsThe pose clever and good looking but 1111Ai 2 thmian cn sure jhes horridshe has dioppedAmerican into her foreign language 1 can onlyccomtItshl be sure that she does not mean whatofi eonnecflr f moan when I speak of a horrid oceans by B girlandIt is du We have past Strong lean ytthe arid IB assured by perfect digestion In within the a igestion swells the stomach and pulls We have tit up against the Heart This causes 1 pnttt in the Shortness of breath palpitation of the f We have J heart imd general weakness Kodol Prbvement at Dyspepsia Cure ogres indigestion re We have pi lieves the stomach takes the straining ot the na off the heart and restores it to a fall protectlon of t0 performance of its function naturallystsKolol increases the strength by enOuradnninl abling the stomach and dlgcst1vartJnents ot organs to digest assimilate and ap IIt ttoah honest iI proprinte to the blood and tissues all y er wrong d of the food nutriment Tones thethe Repul st6mach and digestive orgnnsBolc1bas not heslh by all druggistsingoffen regard to party Laws enacts Eccentric tJBurgessolJanforcright n little eccentric though Ive lt henoticedpIi rowed a lend pencil Instead of putting the un- It into his pocket as any ono else IIblfalnlt eno would do he hands It back to the own of cs er Boston Transcript ib iidontJI ailo Publicity iau1 CASTOR I Agreatcorporatio remedli For Infants and Children JI cdlsorhtJlnatiOIf Tin Kind You leave been passed I Hays Always Bought greee Bears the nj SJfoL Z t ll1hIS record 81gMtartof yZffl1 f AA iIC i oIa 7 7 W a- Y ifft REPUBLICAN PLATFORM The platform which was adopted by the general committee on resolutions as it came from the subcommittee with practically no discussion at the iI National Republican convention in Chicago last week was adopted u t ttnanimously It is as follows IiFifty years ago the Republican par ty came into exigence dedicated among other purposes to tho great taste of arresting the extension of human slavery In 1800 it elected its G first President During twentyfour of tim fortyfour years which have elapsed sinee the election bf Lincoln i the Republican party has held com J plete control of tne government For i eighteen more of the fortyfour years I it has held partial control through fthepossession of one or two branches 11fthe government while the Demo antic party during the same period has had complete control for onlly a I few years This long tenure of pow 1 er by the Republican party is not due 1 to chance It is a demonstration that 1the Republican party has commanded f the confidence of the American peo ple for nearly two generations to u M degree never equaled in our history rand has displayed a high capacity for Tule and government which has been i made even wore conspicuous by the incapacity and infirmity of purpose bar its opponents ffshownt Gold Standard Established iii 1We firmly established the gold stand 4 rd which was then menaced with de j struction Confidence returned to busi ness and with confidence an unex Y Yampled prosperity c For deficient revenues supplemented by improvident issues of bonds we gave the country an lincome which produced a large surplus and which enabled us only four years after the Spanish war had closed to remove ov er 100000000 of annual war taxes tr reduce the public debt and lower the interest charges of the govern x ts wont The public credit which had been t o lowered that in time of pence aI Democratic administration made large loans at extravagant rates of interest in order to jay current expenditures K l rose nnder the Republican administration lo its highest point and enabled 2 as to borrow at 2 per cent even in = e i time of war Ir War with Spain a r 4 We refused to palter longer with the f S miseries of Cubn We fought a qUIck a M 4and victorious war with Spain We Y set Cuba free governed the island for is fthree years and then gave it to the of Ji Cuban people with order restored at 11wIth ample revenues wIth eduoation- be nnd pubho health established free n Si from debt and connected iill t Insular Possessions tat We have organized the government mss of Puerto Rico and its people now galenjoyf peace freedom order and prosI pIe verity uy In the Philippines we have suppress hat ed insurrection established order and old jgiven to life and property a security willnever fnown there before We have ible 1 organized civil government made it that effective and strong in administration two f fatid have conferred upon the people resBtt tol those islands the laigest civil lio erty they over enjoyed nicer ViBy our possession of the Philippines k the kw were enabled to taKe prompt and lleffective action in th relief of the nary i legationn at Pekin and a decisive part rid in preventing the partition and the drelpreserving of the integrity of China i un riIlSthmlan Canal oman The possession ol a route for any antI j isthmian canal so long the dream of It Im I American statesmanship is now an topped iUnaccomplished fact The great work a only lIloft connecting the Pacific and Atlantic whatoceansi by a canal is at last begun hurridand it is due to the Republican partyy y i We have passed laws which will bring 4jithe arid lands of the United States ri- iin i within the area ot cultivation In fyjfrtt We have reorganized the army and ld puts f jh hunt it in the highest stateof effloienoy causes 1 ifj We have passed laws for the i m e of the r Improvement and support of the militia KodQt f We have pushed forward the build Ion refng of the nay the defense and the I strain protection of our honor and our inter a fulststnrally Our administration of the great de by enpartments of the government has digestive been honest and efficient and where and apjIfD ever wrong doing has beendiscover sues aU f d the Republican administration one3 the has not hesitated to robe the evil ns Holeand bring offenders to justice without I a regard to party or political tie Laws enacted by the Republican iJ party which the Democratic party al15 Mailed to enforce and which were iny le ugh rye tended fOr the protection of the public e has boraJidnlt the unjust discrimination or of putting the IllegAl encroachment of vast IIg one else gregations of capital have been fear o the own I Ilesely enforced by a Republican Pres of t ident and new laws ensuring reason tAlle publicity us to the operations oj great corporations and providing ad I Ailitional remedies for the prevention in freight rates dxen B I leave been passed by a Republican Con I J gressJthis record of achievement dur tr 4 L Ing the past eight years may be read the pledges which the Republican party has fnlltilled We prcpose to con tinUO these policies and we declare our constant adherence to the following principles Real Protection Protection which guards and devel ops our industries is a cardinal policy of the Republican party The IUPBS ure of protection should always at least equal the diltorence in the cost of production at home and aboard We insist upon the niamtennnce of the principles of protection and therelore rates of duty should uc readjusted only when conditions have so changed that the public in terest demands their alteration but this work cannot safely be committed to any other hnnda than those of the Republican party To entrust it to the Democratic party is to invite dis aster The Democratic Tariff Whether as in 1802 the Democratic party declared the protective tariff unconstitutional or whether it demands tariff reform or tariff revision Its real object is always the destruc tion of the protective system However specious the name the purpose IS ever the same A Democratic trim has always be m followed by business adversity i a Republican tariff by business prosperityNo to Falter To a Republican Congress and aRe publican President this great quest ion can be safely intrusted When the only free trade country among the great nations agitates a return to pro tection the chief protective ouatry should not falter in maintaining it We have extended widely our for eign marKets and we believe in time adoption of all practicable methods for their further extension including commercial reciprocity wherever re ciprocal arrangements eau be affected consistent with the principles of Drotection and without injury to American agriculture American labor or any American Industry We believe it to helhe duty of the Republican party to uphold the gold standard mini the Integrity and vafuo of our national currency The maintenance of the gold standard estab fished by the Republican party can not safely be committed tu the Democratic party whiuli resisted its adoo tinn and has never given any proof since that time of belief in it or fidelity to it- Ship Subsidy Favored While every other Industry has proppered under the fostering aid ot Republican legislation American shipping engaged in foreign trade in competition with the low cost of construction low wages and heavy sub sidles of foreign governments has not for years received ftorn the government of the United States adequate encouragement of any kind We there fore favor legislation which will en courage and build up the American merchant marine and we cordially approve tae legislation of the last Congress which create 1 the Merchant MarIne Commission to investigate and report upon this subject Powerful Navy A navy powerful nnough to defend the United States against any attack tc uphold the Monroe doctrine and watch over our commerce is essential to the safety and welfire of the American people To maintain such a navy is the Used policy of the Republican party We cordially approve the attitude of President Roosevelt and Congress in regard to the exclusion of Chinese labor and promise a continuance of the Republican policy in that direction Civil Service Law The civil service law was placed on the statute books by the Republican party which has always sustained it and we renew our former declarations that it shall be thoroughly and honestly enforced We are always mindful ot the ountrya debt to the soldiers and sailors of the United States and we believe in making ample provision for them anti in the liberal administration or the pension laws We favor the peaceful settlement of international differences by arbitration We commend the vigorous efforts made by the administration to protect American citizen in foreign lands and pledge ourselves to insist upon the just and equal protection ofall our citizens abroad It is the unquestioned duty of the government to pro care for alf our citizens without distinction the rights of travel nnd sojourn Iin friendly countries and we declare ourselves iufavor of all pro per efforts tending to that end As Regards China Our great interests and our growing commerce in the Orient render tne condition of China of high Importance to the United States We or Bally commend the policy pursued iu that direction by the administru iOns of President McKinley and President Roosevelt Franchise Laws We favor such Congressional notIon 11 s shall determine whether by special discriminations the elective franchie in any State has been unconstitution ally limited timid if such m the case we demand that Republicans in Con gress and in the electoral colleges shall be proportionately reduced as directed by the Constitution of the United States Trust Question- Combinations of cmpllal and of labor aro thin results of the economic move ment of the ago but neither must be permitted to infringe upon tine rIghts and intereste of tne people buoh combinations when lawfully iotuied for lawful purposes re alive entitled to the protection of the laws but both ore subject to the laws and neither can be permitted to break them Tribute to McKinley The great statesman and patriotic American William MoKiuley who was reelected by tug Republican partvlto the Presidency four years ago was assassinated just nt the threshold of lime second term The entire nation mourned his untimely death and dit that justice to his great qualities of mind and character which history will confirm and repeat Rosevclt flan of the Hour The American people were for tunate in his successor to whom they turne with a trust nnd confidence which have been fully justified President Roosevelt brought to the great responsibility thus forced up on him a clear head a brava heart on earnest lpatriotism and high ideals of public duty and public service True to the principles ot the Republi can party and to the policies which that party had declared he has also shown himself ready for every emer gency and has met new anti vital questions with ability and with suc cess Time confidence of the people in his justice inspired by his public career enables mm to render personally an inestimable service to the country by bunging about a settlement of the coal strike which tbreateuea such disastrous remits nt the opening of the winter in 11102 Complete Supremacy The Republican party entered upon Its present period of complete su premacy in 1817 We have every right to congratulate ourselves upon the work since then accomplished for it has added luster even to the traditions of the party which carried the party through the storms of the civil war We then found the party after four years of Democratic rule In evil plight oppressed with misfortune and doubtful of the future Pnblic credit had been lowered the revenues were declining the debt was growing and the administrations attitude toward Spain was feeble and mortifying The standard of values were threatened and uncertain labor was unemployed ousiness was sunk in time depression winch had succeeded the panic of 1803 hope was waint and confidence was gone We met IIheso unhappy conditions vigorously effectively mid at once Wo replaced a Democratic tariff law based on free trade principles and garnished with sectional protection by a consistent protective tariff and industry freed from oppression awl stimulated by the encouragement of wise laws has expanded to a degree never before known has conquered new markets and has crest = d a new volume of exports which has sur pased imagination Under the DIngley tariff labor has been fully employed Wiges have risen and all industries have revived and prospered Foreign Policy Our foreign policy under his administration has not only been able vigorous and dignified but in the highest degree successful The com plicated questions which arose in Venezuela were settled in such a way by President Roosevelt that the Mon roe doctrine was signally vindicated and the cause of pence and arbitration greatly advanced The Panama Canal HIR prompt and vigorous action in Panama which we commend in the highest lertLs not only secured to us fOfelgnIcomplications which might have been of a very serious character Ho has continued the policy of President MoKlnley in the Orient and our position iu China signalized by our recent commercial treaty with that Empire has never bep BO nigh He secured the tribunal by which the vexed and perilous question of Alassau boundary was finally settled Whenever crimes against humanity have been perpetrated which have shocked our people his protest has been made and onr good offices have beQn tendered but always wi th do regard to international obligations Under his guidance we find ourselves at peace with all the world and never were we more respected or our wishes iS I more regarded by foreign nations Domestic Relations Preeminently successful In regard to our foreign relations he lies been squally fortunate in dealing with domestic questions The country has known that the public credit and the national currency were absolutely aduunise tration In the Hnforceuient of the laws he has Shown nt only courage but the wisdom which understands that to permit laws to be violated or disregarded opens the door to an I arohy while the just enforcement of the law is the soundest conssrnUimn He has held firn Ily to the fundamental American doctrine that all then must obey the law that there must be no distinction between rich and poor between strong and weak I but that justice and equal protection I linger the law must be secured to every citizen without regard to race creed or condition Ills administration throughout tins been vigorous and honorable high minded and patriotic We commend it without reservation to the judgment or tie American peolJleII Five Lion Coffee 2cent stamp entitle you In y free premiums m one The 3cent covers our 6 is You as many estl mates as desired TwoTGreat Schools The Southern Normal School and Business College re two of the greatest schools of their in the South During the year closed than boarding students matriculated and the general manager of the institution is now that the enrollment next year will be much larger than ever before The institutions are laftfguiticeutly and the work is thoroughlyI organized Specialists are in charge of the various department and the lu titution IB high olHss and Normal Scholl operates the schools of Elocution and 0 ratory Pedagogy Preparatory Scientific Scientific and OHBSIO courses Thu expenses for attending the schools are low The ness college too tine t work of tiny in the South in peonring tive positions for Iits worthy gradu ates Address H H Cherry Green Ky Catalogue and Journal tree LEodcl Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you cat I m iaIL i lA e Can Dut Ft WontDo you think vc cannot make bug gies out of paint varnish grade stuffand call it high grade We can but we wont The Ceo Delker Cos name stands for gooch n every does Heads from Lion and to to to you recorded Bowling Green kind just more 1200 certain equipped thorough Mimic Bowling and and low Prize of be awarded to one who Is on both our Worlds Fair Presi Contests We also offer S500000 Special each Lion Graduates from young mea from Brecken ridge county will graduate from Kentucky School of Madiulne at Louisville ou owning July 0 They are W Caiii C Tucker and Austin B Pophim Sir Cain IB a eon of Mr s Cain of Biwltiyville i Mr n son of Mrs Chas Tucker uf Mookaud Mr Pophaoi ic H on tf Mr Mrs M P t tnlR city Time oouiuiem nu nt rcix will be at eight a ck ok the Ma Houic Temple the tttv Recovered Speech aJ Hearing lIP hires 1coinmencf d using your Cream Bnlm about yens ago for My voice was Houuwhat and tny hearing was My hearing has been fully restored tend has quite clear I am n teacher in our town Lt j Brown Granger p The Balm not irritate or cause aneeiing by druggists at Bouts or mailed by Ely Brothers 00 run St New York I IworK and good material in part where you taJ see it and where you can f is proht in this kindof work more to maker user IIf its new and we make it the buggy makes the name not name the buggy Co- A CORPORATION 120 128 Elm Henderson Kentucky Tto ti tAlI r arqo1 IaIY V Sold by dealers If your dealer not handle the Geo Delker Work write direct to the sut YSStCf1 r to of In to a 1 Cash to Zion Coffee users In our Great Worlds Fair We Have t 2139 get checks 2139 more will get them in the cut Packages addition the regular vote stamp WA acknowledgment that your estimate can send The Law very busi dose lucra Grand First 500000 will the nearest correct and dential Vote Cash Prizes to Grocers I I Clerks Particulars ID case of Coffee Breckenridge Three the Saturday TUOB Jnr and Mrs J Tivker is i and Jfophaiu lit ex fluid nt Ely two catarrh thick dull my speech become does Sold War There less but satisfaction both and uptodate Remember the The Geo Delker to Strrtt tlIIdIf a W everywhere factory rarrSytalf = s- w GASH GIVEN AWAY Users LION COFFLEAddition the RegulaJ Free Premiums How Woutd1 Yog Like Cheek like This Awarded 20f000s00 people Contest Presidential Vote Contest a What will be the total popular vote cast for President votes for all can- didatesk combined at the election November 8 1904 In 1900 election 3959653 people voted for President For nearest correct esti mates received in Woolson Spice Com beforeNovemberprize for the nearest correct estimate second prize to the next nearest etc etc as follows 1 First Prize II II S25OOOO 1 Second Prize 1000002 Prizes S5OOOO each 1000006 Prizes 20000 10000010 Prizes 10000II 100000 20 Prizes 6000II 100000GO Prizes 2000II 100000260Prlzes 1000II 25OOOO 1800 Prizes 600II OOOOOO 2130 PRIZES TOTAL 2000000 I How WOUld Your Name Look on une OT I nasa Checks Everybody uses coffee If you will use ZrOV COFFEE long enough to get acquainted with It you will be suited and convinced there is no other such value for the money Then you will take no other and thats why we advertise And we are using our advertising money so that both of usyou as well as wewl1l get a benefit Hence for your Lion Jlcaila WE GIVE BOTH FREE PREMIUMS AND CASH PRIZES Complete Detailed Particulars In Every Package of i LION COFFEEWOOLSON SPICE CO CONTEST DEPT TOLEDO OHIO A The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JUNE SO 10W BIG SPRING lien ClarksonJwas In Owensbdro last Thursday Born to the wife of J W Hick June 4 a daughter H Meyer wentjto Louisville last wek Jo aispoae of his wool Mr and Mrs Tom Durbin visited relatives at Vine Grove last week and attended conference Glen Stith of Louisville was the guest of his aunt Mrs Harned trom Wednesday until Friday Mr ana MM Will Tabor trom Illinoisi are visiting his parents Mr amj Mrs J W Tabor The Young Ladies Idle Hour Club will give an ice cream upper the fourth Saturday night in July Mr and Mrs Chas Molntire of Springfield Ky are here visiting their father R C Oraycroft Mr and Mrs F Pell of Louis villa are here visiting their grand daughter Mrs John D Meador The infant child ol Mr and Mrs Hugh Yates died of brain fever last Tuesday andwas burled here Wed nesdayMrs John Meador visited her daughter Mrs Tom Williams at West Point and on returning at tended conference at Vine Grove Master Henry Neighner is here visiting his cousin Master Jack Williams who is here spending the summer with Ills sister Mrs John D Mendor Mr and Mrs AR Morris Mr and Mrs HenrvPenlck Mr and Mrs Tay lor Norris Mrs Julia Clarkson Mrs Jess Clarkson Mrs Strother Misses Olla Clarkson Zelma Strother Bettie OlarKson Ladle ClarKson Ethel W lliams Mrs Jake Williams and Dr Strother attended conference at Vine Grove last week An Alarm Clock for 25c It you want to get up early and feel good all day take a Little Early Riser or two at bed time These fa mous little piUs relax the nerves give quiet rest and refreshing sleep vita gentle movement of the bowels about breakfast time W H Howell Houston Tex says II Early Risers are the best pill made for constipation sick headache biliousness etc Sold by all druggists nvsTic An infant of C W Cart died last weekWheat harvesting will be in this weekWill Hallof Webster visited in this neighborhood Sunday Byon Beanchainp will lavel for C Louisville tnis week Miss Lena Adkisson visited the Misses Harrison last week C L Pate is still on the sick list but is gradually improving Miss Myrtle Beauchamp visited j relations at Sample Saturday t Mrs Cart and mother are to leave for West Virginia soon to visit Mrs i W Dowell tt Henry Gibson and son Clvde are both very low with measles Clyde 1l haying bronchial pneumonia nho ii Mrs H W Bane is on the sick list but her motherinlaw is im proving from her severe accident of sometime ipout Miss Nora Harrison has returned from Earned Normal school and is the prospecting teacher for Popular Grove School the coming term Rev Hnrrell flied his regular np J pointment at Walnut Grove church last Sunday Quite a large crowd went out to hear him Our only social event of importance was the moonlight party given by D P Miller last Friday night There was a large crowd good music good order and nice refreshments and all enjoyed n pleasant tine Dudley Ayers a What are your friends saying about you That your gray hair makes you look old And yet you are not forty I Postpone this looking old Hair Vigor Use Ayers Hair Vigor and restore to your gray hair all the deep dark rich color of early life Then be satisfied Aytri hair Vigor restored the natural oolar to mn caeatljr pleased ItliallyouclaltnforIt MnslJ VUUKOAH Mecballlcnnto N y 5100 a bottle J O ATBR CO 0 All drn IforJ7 Ixiwflll Wa C Dark Hair f v p c BABY QUIRKS QUICK CURE Of Torturing Eczema by Cuticura When All Else Had Utterly Failed U My baby Owen Herbert Quirk was afflicted from tho age of six weeks with a loathsome running eczema almost covering his face I took him to Drs and of Victoria Road Aldershot and he was treated by them for three months but got much worse and was a sickening sight to look at I saw an advertisement of the Cuticura Remedies and got the Soap Ointment and Resolvent II We noticed an Improvement at r once and within a r fortnight the rune ning had ceased and the scales were t ji 5 nearly all dried off is and In a month his J v face was perfectly fs yr clear not a spot C left I have end f iclosed photograph of him when ho was thirteen months old He Is now two years and four months and has never had the slightest return of It I am very grateful for the benefits de rived from your remedies and shall feel it a pleasure to make their value known For corroboration of this statement you may refer any one to Mrs Williams 45 Michaels Road Alder shot or Mr Gunstane 40 Victoria Road Aldershot to whom we recom mended tho remedies for a skin humour which they also cured You are at liberty to do what you like with this statement as I should like all to know of the value of Cuticura WILLIAM HERBERT QUIRK No1 West End Cottages Ruywood Road N Southampton Bold throughout the world Catlcnr lUtolrrat SOc tin term of ChoeolMI Coated Pills 2c per vial of eo- OlntmentSOc boa rse Depoui Londonr Charter hour 8q1rl S Rue de la Pal Dorton ISr Columhn Ave Potter Drat fc Chem Corp Bolt Proprietor BUrS nd for How la Curt Cciem TARFORKB- orn to the wife of L H Tanl a boyT H Bates was in Cloverport Thursday Thos M Bates of Victoria was lere Sunday Mrs Jane Keenan visited her laughter Mrs L q Taul last week Frank Ruppert and family and Miss Nand Ryan were in Cloverport Sat irlay ehopninc J B Bates and wifa and D Bates of Jolly attended Ithe lecture at Tarfork Sunday Glad to hear of the improvement in the road from Tarfork to Clover tort So much for taxation O W Hendrickson says he hopes to be able to resume work on Cave ijcing church nere in July Mrs Thos H Bates has returned rom a few weeks visit to relatives it Oweasboro and Whitesville Mrs Hawkins and eon Forrest of tear Whitesville visited her daugh er Mrs C L Guff lust week A white hawK is trying to play mvoc on the poultry in this corn nunity It has been observed several lines recently C B Bates has a lucrative position is assistant superintendent of the Prudential Ins Co and is located in PittBburg Pa He writes that he will stop to see the pec pie of good old Breckenridge his native home while en rou e to the St Louis Fair this summer BEWLEYVILLE Edwin Jolly tOOl dinner at Dewey Hights Sunday Miss Hattie Hauser left Saturday for her home in Washington Mr and Mrs T H Hardaway of Euston were guests of Miss Blanche oily Sunday Mrs Wilt Gardner of Irvington was the guest of Mrs Will Jolly all dry last Thursday Miss Florence Caine of Norton In irmsrycuine down Thursday to spend fortnight at nome Dr and Mrs P W IToote and Mr md Mrs W C Jolla bare bought their girls net pianos Mrs D C Johnson of Garfield visited her daughter Mrs Hugh ardaway several days last week Charlie Druy was badly kicked by a horse Monday of last week The wound is very painful but doing well Misses Minnlft Stith and Fannie ardaway are at Glendeane the guests of Misses Nell and Louise toorman Rev Geo Morris preached in the Methodist church Sunday at 11 oclock a m for Rev Hynes who is away attending District Conference and reacners Institute G W Dodsou of Frymire will meet the Local Union of the Aineii an Society of Equity in Bewjey ville at their next regular meeting Jely 2 at 3 p m to talk about the irmers insurance Everybody in ited to attend II w u lT i The Sundayschool teachers will hold their monthly meeting with the Superintendent Thos J Jolly Thursday June 80 Visitors invited to attend Uncle Joel Jordan was ninety years old Sunday June 20 The Injury sus tained a couple of years ego keeps him in bed but his health is very good for one of his age He has many friends who often visit him and cheer him in his confinement All his children and grandchildren except Mrs Beanchampa family and several other relatives spent Sunday with him and made an enjoyable day The excellent dinner was partly con tributed by the families represented In the afternoon Rev George Morris came and preached a good feeling sermon which touched the hearts of nil present We hope Uncle Joel may celebrate many more birthdays Golden Rod IRVINGTON Miss Bottle McGhee is home from Louisville for thA summer Lonnie Dowell has returned from the Bowling Green school The Sunbeam Band report a fine time on the creek Saturday Miss Switzer of Louisville is the company of Mrs D 0 HeronIMr and Mrs John Stuart of Web ster attended uhuroh here Sunday Miss Mary Jaob Tyler will be the guest of Miss Eva McGlothlan July 1 Clarence McGlothlan will be at home July 11 for a two weeks vaca tionRev Hynes and wife attended district conference at Vine Grove last week Miss Cecil Spntdlin and DanielI Spradlin will return from St Louis this week Alfred Herndou who has been quite a sufferer for several weeks is some what improved Mr and Mrs R B Tuttle entertained the Baptist Young People Friday evening Miss Minnie Stith was the company of Willa Drury last Saturday while en route to Glendeane Mr and Mrs A B Coleman were in Vine Grove the past week attending conference Mrs Arthur Williams and little Ethel of Owensboro are guests at Summer seat for a while Martyr K Boyajin a native Armenian will deliver a lecture in the Baptist church Wednesday night Fred Neely helper at the railroad tlepit is away at Hardinsburg working in Mr Whitworths place for a short while DR FENNERS KIDNEY iB- ackache oCXidneysCUREJladder Dont become discouraged Thero is a cure for you If necessary write Dr Tenner Ho has spout n Hfo time curing just such cases us yours Allconsuiuulona Free- I suffered from kidney and bladder trouble until life was not worth living I began using Dr Fenners Kidney and Dackacke Cure and in a short time I noticed a great improvement The soreness loft my back and I was soon permanently cured Yours truly HOWARD MITCHELL Kansas City Mo Druggists GOc 91 Ask for Cook Book FHEE For Fuk By phort Haynes FEMALEWEAKNESS 642 12 Congress St Oot171902IuperlortoIlufforedt troughmhavebltndlugheadacheswell up and I would feel so weak I teltdlsconrgged otOarduifelt a chajigti for the better within a treatmentItheagonlolblcameregular ofOardnllswtehthatgood qualities hr a Irs4srtw Treasurer Portland Economic League Periodical headaches tell of female weakness Wine of Cardut cures permanently nineteen out of irregularmenses any female weakness If you are havefailed IntheofCardulthatheadaches ofCardui todayWiNEOT GIRDVI t Mrs J M Mndd and son Watkins left last week for an indefinite stay among relatives in Louisville and ElizabethtownMiss Drury arrived from Louisville Saturday and will be with her slater Mrs R B McGlotblan1 for the summer vacation Mr and Mrs Charles Chamberlain entertained quite a number of guests Friday evening in honor of their son Fred Chamberlain of Cleveland Ohio Cump Henderson was a welcome visitor at one of our Sundayschools Sabbath morning We are always glad to see him and his presence lends life and enthusiasm to any Sundayecho l He paid this school a very high compliment saying it was one of the test organized schools in his district Miss Pansy Paris leaves Saturday for her home in St Louts She will be accompanied by Miss Mary Wrather and Willie Wimp At Henderson her party will oe joined by Misses Anna May and Wilda Herndon and later on Miss Nancy Pusey of Chicago will join this honse party to take in the sights at the Fai- rSTEPHENSPORT James Crawford who has been quite ill Is some better Miss Murray Barkley is visiting her father Geo Barkley Stanley Conner was the guest of bis parents Saturday night We are sorry to learn of the illness of our friend Miss Cora McCoy 4 Beautiful Seven i Hills Ghaataupq t On Owensboro Ky BIGGER BRIGHTER BETT- ERMatchless Programme Aug 4 to 19 1904 n n Firstclass feed stable Re duced rates on all railroadsII Write to W G Gen Supt For handsome illustrated book that tells you all about it Abso Intely FREE tlill + Miss Myra Hanks of Louisville was in town Saturday evening Rev Smith of Ha wesvi lie preached at the Christian church Sunday Miss Pauline Moorman spent sev eral days last week in HawEsville Allen Stiles of Grandvlew spent Su nday at home with his family Miss Mary Belle Basham is the gnpst of her aunt Mrs R A Shell manMiss Kitie Crawford of Memphis TennIA at the bedside of her fatherJohn Crawford of Green yule Miss was called home to the bedside of his father Rev Hoskinson tilled his appointment at the M E church Sunday eveningHelm Vaughn of Lexington Is the guest his randparents Mr and Mrs L B Helm Quite a crowd of Union Star folks attended the ice cream supper Satur day evening Mrs Will Lennon and children are the guts of her parents Mr and Mrs R A Smith Mrs Roland Wellington and little daughter were the guests of Mrs Tas Payne Sunday Miss Lottie Matheny of Cloverport is the guest of Misses Belle and Corine Conn on Green Hill The ice cream supper giveu by the Baptist church on Saturday evening was quite a success Mr and Mrs Henry Flocks daugh ter Mary and husband are visiting them from Washington ind The ladies of the M E church will give an ice cream supper on Saturday evening July 2 Everybody cordially Invited EKRON Miss Dolly Guedry spent last week with friends in Brandenburg- Mr and Mrs WM Frymire visited in Brandenburg Sunday afternoon Miss Nora Saunders went to Sam ple to spend some time with friends Mrs Mary Pusey of Montana is visiting her mother Mrs Tom Rob ertsA party ot young folks spent Satur NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY In the District Court of the United States for the Western District of Kentucky Owensboro Kentucky In tho matter of MICHAEL MEYER In Bankruptcy UANKllUlT I To tho creditors of Michael Moyer of Kockvule In tlio county of Drecklnrldgo and Uistrlet aforesaid bankrupt Notice Is hereby given that on tho 23rd day of June A D tOOt the said Michael Meyer was duly adjudicated bankruPt und that tho first meetlm of creditors will bo held ut the ll1wolllco of J A Dean in Owcnsboro Ky on the Oth day of July A D19W nt 1 p m at which time tho said creditors may attend prove their claims appoint trustee examine the Bankrupt and transact such otlit r business us mayproperly come before said meutlntf J ANDEAN Juno 25 1P01 Itcferoo In Bankruptcy I xl GREAT SLAUGHTER H SALE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 1 I Boys 2 piece 200 Suits 150 Hens Light Weight Pants 100 Mens Negligee75c Shirts 50 Ladies Ready Made 5 Skirts 350 Ladies Summer Vests lOc 2 for 15c Ladies Lace Trimmed Pants 25c Ladies Fancy 15c Hose lOc Extra Size Bath Towels 10c Ladies Oxford 150 Slippers 100 Mens Fancy Wash Shirts 50c We carry a full line of groceries and will give bottom prices on Meat Flour Sugar and Lard I Babbag Son Cloverport I t ro Au tri IHNERVOUSII Miss CellaHarrington 303 Second ave nuo Detroit Mich writes Weakness has filled many months of my life with suffering Through care lessness I caugh a severe cvid two years ago which settled in catarrh and serious ly Interfered with tho regular functions of tho body and mado me nervous and Irritable I hogan taking Peruna and found In it a faithful helper as it enriched my blood and Invigorated the whole system I have no pains now and am always well Female weakness is generally dependent upon catarrh of the pelvic organs r Peruna cures catarrh wherever located Address Dr llarlman President of Tho Hurtmau Sanitarium Columbus Or for free literature day very pleasantly at the Sulphur WellsMrs Alt Palmer spent last week I with her Mr and Mm A E 1 Guedyii The infant child of Mr and Mrs Will Robertson iA thought to be im provingMiss Margaret Green is spending 1 some time with Mrs S J Brown and Miss Minnie WuolMk Forrest GilHland and son and daughter are visiting Mr and Mrs Lon Neafus this weektt The organization of a Baptist church will taKe place here Wednes day Services all day with diqner on the grounds Jiinmie Shacklett and sister Miss Pearl attended church Sunday atiHill Grove and took dinner with Mrs Dick Dowell TweutyFlve Cents Will give you rest Will stop your pain ani itching Paracamph absolute ly cures Piles whether bleeding or itching New Paper In Hancock I The Democrat is the name of anew paper at Lewisporfc with W Lr Truitt Son as publishers Tho first Issue has not vet been received but t the name is all right and It is said the 5 publishers are also The Lewisport beinwinhabfted + than average intelligence and correct in their political beliefs This will mince the third paper for Hancock a cotrnty Saturdays Owensboro Mesaaenger k t GREAT tt MoonLight PicnicAT LOUIS SAHLKLVS Near Hardina Mill Friday Night July 22 n yf Refreshments I IMJsicJFloor 5 i h n- k SYp i