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Digital page images are linked to the text file. s h G 4 i C I I y- l t r + THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWStf- ss ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXVIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 6 1904 8 Pages NO Si THE PRIZE WINNERS The Press Publishing Association of Detroit Mich which conducted the Treat ProHt Snaring Contest for a number of papers of the country of which the News wan one has announced the prize winners The total number of paid admissions to the St Louis Worlds FaIr during Mayas shown oy the official certificate of the secretary was 542028 The first prize 5000 was divided between J P Huff Belleville Ill and Frank Schempf Jackson Mich estimate of each 543023 Other prizes were divided ns follows Sec ond 3500 A L Dean Taunton Maes 543027 third 1000 T JU Fleahner Norwood Ohio 542030 fourth GOO AO DiCKurson Grinnell la 543035 fifth 300 A B Hale I Zanesville O 542045 sixth 200 half to Louis Sheckbaugh Tipton Ind 13010 half to Thos F Norris De trait 542040 Seventh 150 half to Jno M McKinney Chicago 542047 half to F 0 Mouieyer Erie Pa 543009 eighth 100 I Hoggatt Winchester Ind 542048 ninth 75 Jno J Hutchinson Cincinnati 542 4fl jtenth 50 L Custer Darlington lad I 542050 Seven special prizes of 500 each were awarded for early of estimates J B Huff and Frank G firstIfprize was divided received the fourth and fifth special prizes re jpectlvely The guess of the former fi42028 was received Feb 25 and 4 the latter 642028 on March 1- 0fTheref were also five prizes of 2- 0Ali five of 10 each twenty lght of Ito each and 445 prizes of St each The only person in BreoKen t ridge county who received a prize w8 Mrs A H Murray of this city She received the 110th prize of S3 h kit estimate being 543317 T Night Was Her Terror 1I would cough nearly alt night lbug writes Mrs Chas Applegate of Alexandria Indnd could hardly get any sleep I had con mnptlon so ball that if I walked a block I would cough frightfully and Iflt blood but when all other med tefct failed three 100 bottlesof Kings New Discovery wEoiiy red me and I gained 58 pounds ti Absolutely guaranteed to cure Roughs Colds La Grippe Bronchitis TroublestrIceat Short Haynes drag store v Given Splendid Rendition The beautiful cantata Bethel Jiwn was given a splendid rendition itthe Methodist church Sunday even lag by the choir under the direoion Sf A H Murray before a large aud SMic I I Pile e choir was ably accompanied rMisa Lillian Collie of El1 Paso fcxas on thA cornet and Miss Ida bite on the organ Tight Shoes ake soft corns hard corns and nions hurt Paracamph will relieve jito pain instantly lraw out the in tmamUon and make the feet cow H sbie There is nothing jnst as jw be sure you get Paracamph New Residence Work was begun last week on a ipatory residence on the corner of pond and High streets for JCNolte bought the lot from Miss Sue f lotion The Cloverport Real Estate ii Improvement company Is building I i residence for Mr NolteJ M is1 is the contractor telllt What will make your baby well I TEETHINA cures them off all pain jcnd glveiJ thewrosy cheeks again S TEETHINA Overcomes and teraots the effects of the Sum a Heat Aids Digestion Reg N the iBowels and makes Teeth day Costs 35 cents at Druggists i PT Miss Josie Bruner Dead- ii jeavillpKyti July 5Special I JoeleBriiner the seventeen year daughter of St Bruner clad of jp omption Sunday morning after kfjkMM of several months Hr re t H were interred in the Bethle pwhetery fb r Rain Interfered I Ci ifetdinBbnrgKyJuly 5 Special S pidnic given here on the Fourth rgely attended but the rain jn j aft abon Interfered much with tajforment of the day d Ojfc JVX O OE 1Uv mv Vii HIM llmiM QltnM y IM ftlffUm TO flfl V 0MBK I A R Pk hi-p LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET Reported by Popham Bros Eggs 13c doz Hens 80 lb- Chlckpns ISo lb Turkeys Co per lb Geese F F and F 350 per doz DqoksX FJlJindJJs lj perlt v Pigeons 75c dor Butter liOc lb Ginseng 4 33 lb Y root 50c lh May apple 3yo lb Country hams 13o lb Country shoulders Oo lb Feathers 48clb Left flip Dislocated HardinsburgKy July 5Special- A serious accident happened to Will iam Beard on Friday afternoon which dislocated his left hip He was driving 4 beef to his slaughter house when t suddenly ran and the rope becoming entangled about his foot Mr Beard was thrown heavily to the ground and dragged some distance The DrsKinch eloe attended hun and he is now so far recovered that he is able to sit up Good Bathin- gs often followed by severe Sunburn aracatnph draws out the fire of Sup Jurnprevents blistering relieves tha train Instantly and heals quickly without an ugly scar Dont fall to carry H bottle of Paracamph with you on your vacation Want Route Extended Hardinsburg Kyt July ieSpecial The citizens of Chenault and neigh- borbood have petitioned the postoffice department to extend the star mall onto which now runs from Stephens part to Lahant to Onenanlt Mail now reaches that point by boats which are very irregular especially In the winter The delays cause much in Convenience and the chances arc that the extension will be granted Catarrh and Hay Fever Liquid Cream Balm ia becoming quit as popular in many localities is Elys Cream Balm solid It IS prepared for use in atomizers and is highly prized by those who have jeen accustomed to call upon nhyfiii nans for such a treatment Many phy iicians are using and prescribing it All the medioial properties of the celebrated Cream Balm are contained in the Liquid form which is 75 eta including a spraying tube All druggists or by mail ElyBrothers JO Warren St new York Manufacturing Medicine Big SpriJgjyJaly 5Special losers Ham and Edgar Mooruinn eons of JR Moorman who are resid tag at Govin Mo and are engaged In the manufacture of Moormans hog holera medicine arrived home hnrsday to epend two weeks This is their first visit flack In four years r BAPTIST CHURCH ORGANIZED AT EKRON FIRST IN THE HISTORY OF THE TOWN A council composed of tne following met at Etron last Wednesday forth purpose of organizing a Baptist clinrclt l NNsalasUeprge Neafaa Salem church Rev S H Tabu Rev J T Williams Rev R S Dowell Rev Jake BnngerRevSP Saunders Buck Grove church Richard Willett Noah Hicks Hill Grove church Rev J J Willett and Rev J M Hickerson Brandenburg church The following visiting ministers also weru present Rev W H Brnner Brandenburg Rev W H Setzer Stephensburg and Rev J G How LouisvilleDr was called to the chair and Rev Tabb was elected ctorkDr Bow preached a sermon and dinner1Theoclock with the song All Hail the Power which was followed with prayer by Rev Brnner Letters for ad mission to the new church were pre vented by the lollowing Mr hnd Mrs B B Shacklett Mr and Mrs B W Shaijklett Mr and Mrs Thos Payne Mr and Mrs Z T Cox Mrs Fannie Frymire Miss Cora Dowell Frank Wright Mrs Bettie Richardson Mra Mattie Shacklett Miss Maude Payne Miss I Lee Payne Mrs Belle ShacklettThe received the letters and proceeded to the organization of the church The clerk readthe covenant which is published below Rev Willett moved that the covenant was sound and suitable and that it bu adopted which was done The articles of faith were read by the clerk and pronounced sound and scriptural by Rev Brnuer who moved their adoption How Firma Foundation ye Saint of the Lord was sung while the members of other churches present extended the right hand of fellow ship to the members of tne new church Rev J J Willett delivered the charge to the church Rev Tabb fol lowing with prayer The counuil hav ing accompllsed Its work now adjourned B 11 Shacklett suggested that the church be called the Ekron Baptist church and Z T Cox suggested that It be called the Shacklett Memorial Baptist church Mr Shaokletts sug gestion met with the approval of the members and the new church will be known as the Ekron Baptist church The election of a pastor and officers was the next order of business The vote was taken by secret ballot and resulted In the election of Rev Dan Shacklett aa pastor ZT Cox as clerk and B B Shadklett Thbe J Payne and B W Shaoklett deacOns The a 4 meeting adjourned then to meet on the fourth Saturday in July t The meeting was helU in the mill gpnforct D S qiUaj and all those present were1Interested Iinvite proceedings An excellent dinner was served on toe grounds Mr Cox donated the ground for the new church building and 100 toward Iits construction Other members were liberal in their donations Ekron is fifteen years old and this is the brat chnfoh that has been organized there CHURCH COVENANT Thanking God for the light we have received and for the revelation of Jesus which we enjoy and hoping that GoJ for Chrlsl H sake has pat J ned our sins anJ having been bap tized on a profession of faith in Christ Jesus into the name of the Father Son and Holy Ghost we do this dav before God and the world with deep joy and great solemnity enter into covenant with one another as one body in Christ We therefore covenant and agree that by tho aid of the Holy Spirit we will walk together in love and Christian fellowship We promise to labor for the advancement and final triumph of the church to sustain her worship bv attending tile hOuse of God and suppoiting the ministry to guard her ordinances enforce her discipline and defend her doctrine We also pledge ourselves to walk circumspectly In the world to be hon est just and faithful in our business relations and as God way give us help we promise to live righteous and holy lives We further promise to watch over eaca other in brotherly love to visit the sick to pray for each other and the world to aid the poor and needy and to perform such other kind offices as may to well pleasing in the tight of God ARTICLES OF FAITH 1 We believe in the Holy Bible written by men divinely Inspires and full of unmixed truth n perfect rule of faith and practice 2 We believe in one Jed Father Son and Holy Ghost 3 We believe that man once holy fell by voluntary transgression from that happy state and is now utterly void ot holiness toWe believe that sinners are sav ed by grace alnne 5 We believe that men are justified by tnlth In the Lora Jesus Christ- O We believe that salvation is free to all who will accept the gospel 7 We believe that except that a man be renewed by the Holy Spirit tie is not qualified or prepared for the Kingdom of Christ on earth or to enjoy his glory hereafter 8 We believe that repentance to ward God and faith in the Lord Jesus Christ are the duties of every one who hears the gospel 0 We believe that election is the eternal purpose ol God by which he graoloaslYregeneratee sanctifies and saves sinners 10 We believe that sanctification begunln regeneration and ever progreesionia the process by which wears made to partake of Gods f r 11 holiiness 11 We believe in the preservation the saints that they are kept by the power of God through faith unto sal vatlou 12 We believe that Gods law is the only the ternal and unchange able rule of his church and moral government 18 We believe that a church of baptizelbehevorslOwship of the Goapnl observing the ordiances and obeying the laws of pustnrsare14 We believe that Christian Jan tlsm is the immersion of a believer in water by a properly qualified ad ministrator into the name of the Father Son and Holy Ghost 15 We believe that only such as have been properlv baptised and re calved into fellowship of a regularly organized Baptist Church should par take of tLe Lords supper dayChristianly observedand sacredly devoted to reo ligious services 17 We relieve that civil government is of divine appointment and that the governors of states and nations should be obeyed when the laws they seen to enforce are not in conflict with the Gospel 18 We believe in the future reanrrcction of the dead 19 We belelve in the final judg ment and that in that day the righteous and wicked will br sep arated forever 20 We believe that the righteous will be made happy forever in hearen and the witked miserable forever In hell Educational Notes The largest body of boarding stu dents that assembled at any one point in the South last year was at Bowl ing Green Ky attending the Cherry Bros schools Another very handsome and modern building has just been completed The Southern Normal School and Bowling Green Business Colllege are enjoying great prosperity The Cherry Brothers schools BUS talk all the Literary and Commercial courses and in addition Law Music Elocution and Oratory Telegraphy Stenography Typewriting and Rail roading Special arrangements nave been wade to give young students per sonal attention and to make their stay perfeotly afe wnlie away from hi le Parents desiring to send their sons and daughters away to school should write H H Cherry President Southern Normal School and Bowling Green Business College Bowling Green Ky The fall session begins August 80th 1004 Classes in all departments will be organized at this time Be sure to mention course wanted when you write g Aadress H H Cherry President Southern Normal School and Bonling Green Business College Bowling Green K Mr and Mrs W H Bowmer and daughter Miss Marian left Monday for a trip to the WorJd B Fan c j J + DEDICATED SUNDAY The handsome newMEcburchSouth at Glendeaue was dedicated Sunday by Dr J J Tigert of Nashville in the presence of people from all parts of thR county The dedicatory ser vices were interesting and spiritually and intellectually enjoyed by the good crowd present wnlch was served with a basket dinner by the hospita ble people of Gleudeane Arrange ments which were made for special train service over the branch made it very convenient for all those who attended from neighboring towns The GlendeaiieMethudlst church is a credit to the town Though tho mem bership was at first small the good work was pushed forward and they now have a neat uptodate church Enough money was raised at the dedi cation Sunday to pay off the small debt remaining on the building Cures Kidney and Bladder Troubles Deep Seated Cases Aching Back Mucous Discharger Etc For old obstinate deepseated Kid ney Bladder and Urinary diseases take a bottle of Botanic Kidney Specific if you have agonizing pains in backswollen legs or abdomen dis charges from the uretha neuralgia of the bladder burning sensation or dUll culty In passing water also a frequent desire or even involuntary discharges of the urine Catarrh of the bladder stone Brights disease disagreeable odo of the urine scanty aud hign colored your kidneys and bladder are Specific disappeardischarges appear The burning sensation stops guaranteedBotanic gives strength power and health to the kidneys Acts directly on the uric acid and dissolves and destroys it Plea nt to the taste Especially advised for chronic cases that rests all other treatment 1 per large bottle at my store or by express Call or write A R Fisher Cloverort Ky Death of Jas Bishop- HardinsburgKyJuly 5 Special home1ma long and painful illness His re mains wero brought to tnis place for interment The funeral services were conducted from ths 31E church South the Rev W V Harrel of the Baptist church officiating Mr Bishop was for many years A merchant at this place but about fourteen years ago he moved to Louisville where he resided until his death He leaves a wife and three children to mourn his loss Lee lUsh op of this place Mrs Ballenback of Birmingham Ala and Leslie Bishop of Indianapolis Ind Mr Bishop WUB a lifelong member of the M Eohurch South and a con sistent Christian He had many friends in this and adjoining counties who tender sincere sympathy to the stricken family All Druggists ass the renders of this paper who aie suffering with indigestion or dyspep sia to call on them at once and get a bottle of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure If you Knew the value of this remedy as we know it you would not suffer another day Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is a thorough digestant and tissue building tonic as well It is endorsed personaly by hundreds of people whom it has cured of indigestion dyspepsia palpitation of the heart and soinach troubles generally Kod ol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat It is pleasant palatable and strengthening Eskridge Family Reunion Hardinsburg Ky July 5Speclal The children and grandchildren of the late Judge Elijah R Esb ridge held a reunion liars tho first of this week It was the first time they hila all met together at one time In thirty years Besides Airs John P Haswell Roscoe Eskridge and Morris Eskridge who reside hero there were present Mr and Mrs J G Eskridge Mr and Mrs Al fred Eskridge and Henry MoH Eskridge of Louisville Mr and Dins Melville Eskridgo and children of Owensboro Miss Bessie Eskridge of Harned anti Lyrnan G GrossT and Jonn J Williams of Hartford Willing to Sell Out Hardlnsburg KyJnly 5Special Frank Fraize of Cloverport was In town last week on a business trip He is one of the principal stockholders in the Hardinsburg and Cloverport Turn pike Co and says that the company is willing to sell out to the county at a reasonable price CrA TOacABear rtetheKind You Haw Aims BOUKltt Kgaatoe 1d l j 1 i SOLDIERi OF IIjt I COMMERCE Btj JOHN ROE GORDON Copyright IKS by P It Toombs a lI Indood yos Very woll Leave the matter In my hands I will go after the tiling is done to Bokhara to obtain iny rewardLI with you as my guldo and to swear that I deserve It But how will you got the girl and how will ycu get to the Caspian I havo not yet determined that most important matter I will visit you tomorrow or If you wish I will be pleased to see you hero I may haveI a plan then Very well said Mlzllv with a crest fallen air I can be trusted I will see you tomorrow And Ha Liz Effendi waddled out of the kahvc CHAPTER III THE BOAT ON TilE KUH of the wharfs on the A river near Titlis a pc rrono shaped vessel lay It wasn substantial enough vessel for the purposes for which It was usedto convey me chandise from one port on the Caspian or its rivers to another It had just brought a cargo of goods to the bazaars at the fair It lied a high curved prgw with n strange looking carving ns a figurehead It was broad amid ships and at the stern a high deck cot ered the cabin accommodations I was manned by dusky tailors and the captain was Hassan a Turk from Con biuntinopleHassan Was a man well along ii years and had taken to the Caspian wa tt r trade as tthe best means of making sufMrifiit wealth with which to settle down in his home at Stamboul and en joy himself T nfortunntely for Daman the trade had nut proved as profitable ns ho expecudl because the HuMlan i iVcrninont ld given rights and priv ileges concessions they called thorn to a German company to run a line ofr btfatulioats fruiii port to port Hassansi field or sea of activity was therefore limited to ths nccasiuiiB when the fair at Titus or u sudden rush of goods to Astrakhan mi le the usual boats unable to accommodate the Increase of trade A caravan from Treblzond hadI brought to one of the Caspian ports al tNt amount of goods for tho fair andI Hassan hud succeetled insetting some of the ovcrll v for his vessel Havingt tellvt red th c goods to the Persian fluMUin Jewish and Turkish mer CUD t s to wliom they were assigned lie lay at the v hurf trying to pick up aI return cargo The night of the day on which Hafiz Ififleiuli und Mizik from Bokhara hadI iMt Hassan strolled on the upper deckk at the stern of his vessel smoking a cigarette Ho was disconsolate andI Wax seriously contemplating len vlot the river and getting hack to the Cas plan fur his chances of obtaining a cargo for any Caspian port seemedI light Suddenly n figure clad in a long black coat bent and bearded like the usuali trading Tew at the fair stole from behind the shadow of n ware house on the wharf and cnmo cautious Ily toward the vessel 1 Insemi bracing lilnMelf and pulling from the folds of his giirments a dagger advanced to the Jde of the deck What do you desire stranger ho naked loudly In the name of Allah hold your tongue camo a reply in low tones It is 1 By that voice I should say It was Unite Effendi said Hassan hopefully for he knew that if Hallz Effendl had business that necessitated a disguise it would Putt well- I am Hatlz said the old slave trad or as he walked upon the deck Are we alone Sufflclontly alone to talk The men are asleep Let us sit down and talk I have cone with an offorthat no man who Is not tt fool will refuse Hassan last thou a wife Thou knowest well I tare two Are they well cared for I am poor and should have but one I was once better supplied with wraith As I thought my friend Allah bet prniped that you have so good n friend us I to think of you at a time when your purse could again bo filled How would you like to earn a thousand gold plecos of 25 plasters each by taking a certain Pperson down the Kur to the CaspianBy prophets beard A thou sand piece of gold Hast thou como to mflko me rich It Is that Jf what I ask Is done AI thousand pieces of 125 plasters in gold In the name of Allan what cargo hast thou found A woman one who will be a prin cess Harkon Hassan In Tlflls thereI is a certain young woman beautiful as a goddess Like a marble statue is she Puro white Is her skin and like velvet One caress from her Ups would turn you from the Koran She is desired in holy marriage by a certain prince And she desires that I convey her to Ills palace Nay she desires nothing She does not even know Why docs not the prince ask her to accompany him to his palace For two reasons Hassan One is that theprlnco In not here and wouldI not set ills foot upon the dominions of I use natea Muscovite Tno other is Taft were he to do so the father of this young woman would spurn him for the Muscovite does not regard his fa tier as a king Thou speakest either of the khan of Khiva or his enemy tho amccr orI Bokhara It Is of Bokhara I speak That Is sufficient No good Mus covlte would consent to that But tide young woman is not a Mus covite She Is a Georgian Holnl That is different A Gcor plan would sell his wife This man will not I have In the past tried to obtain from him the con sent to the marriage of his daughter with n wealthy Osmanli He will not consentgHe hates us Perhaps It is not that alone but she loves a Muscovite the hated Ors koff that captain of the Muscovites who has watched us and prevented themrtogether this wary dayll Is he rich I know not I did not come to talk of him But let us get to our business Did you not sell to Ignatz Biartelkls a certain portion of your cargo Allah Mohammed Is it the daugh- t ter of Biartelkls of whom you speak The same The prince of Bokhara desires her for his wife and of my own knowledge she Is promised to be then wife of Captain Orskoff But we can secure the girl for tho prince and a thousand pieces of gold will full rays lorlously into your pocket Oh thou great and wily dealer in fair women tell mo how I can obtain this rich reward Is It not possible that somewhere in this vessel are goods that have been overlooked and that Biartelkls would burp Ybu mean that I am to say that such is the case Exactly You know that his daugh ter always accompanies him to pur chase goods I know Well what then Go to tho bazaar The bands are still playing There is still life in the fair for it Is not yet mldiflght Tell Biartelkls that you have discovered soma of the finest linen hidden In the bottom of the weasel cued that you must start from kern before morning as an Important business demands you at Astrakhan By the heard I know not what I plan you have but a thousand plecos of gold are not picked up in a year What will you do in the meantimewAwait you here Very well I will go ofHassan put aside his ordinary gar monts and replaced them with his best which he always wore to thus bazaars Ho bade Haflx adieu and walked away Ignatz Biartelkls was about to close his bazaar when the well known figure of Hassan walked in My friend said Hassan 1 have como in a great hurry to seo you It could have been nothing but the great admiration 1 have for you and your lovely daughter that would bring me here at ties hour But as 1 was nijout to sail fur the Caspian I dlHcoverci in the bottom of my vessel bales of the finest linen better even than I brought an you lust from the looms of that far- tcountry In the north that makes the finest linen It was not like the list assigned to you but was placed on J board for me to soil to nay one who would purchase I do not wish to tarry till the morning for I have n cargo J1K awaiting me at Astrakhan 1 ready got my vessel In CaspianIIsail and the men are having good sleep until we reach tho I thought of you as you have been my friend You have made many purchases Will you not come and look at the linen that I may at once set sail But it is night said BInrtelkis In the morning I will see it Nay I cannot wait I havo Just time to reach Astrakhan to take this cargo which will be a rich one I must call my daughter It Is her delight to accompany mo and cJamlno goods and make purchases He called Koura Hassan gulped down an exclamation as he saw her beauty What Is it father This good Hassan who brought us some of our best goods is about to be start for the Caspian and has dlscov Bred in his vessel some of the finest linen he brought to sell lie asks that the we go look at it If we dQ not someone else will get It It is late and the wharfs ore dangerous What do you say As for the lateness of the hour It must not Interfere with a good pur chase Hassan can walk the wharfs the and with him we should be safe Yell spoken said HassanwThey were soon ready to start The streets of the fair were almost desert Its heblarein The coffee inhousmerchant accompanied Hassan to thoJJ wharf and on board his reeeol He ledIUJ them to the cabin and offered wine Biartelkis sat in the cabin and his godaughterover the mcrcbanfBsh oldcr saw the ttiyite of Hafiz Effteadl Ho obernd a signal Permit me to depart and bring the linen said he and walked out It Is strange father Koura was saying that 1 see no evidence the Hassan has made preparations to start No sail is raised Ho told me the men were taking a good sleep before starting I believe A scarf was thrown around Iioura mouth and her eyes were blinded twit folds of silk She heard a groan from her father as Hafiz Effcufll rushed up on him and burled a dagger In his heartQuick Fasten the girl Bring me ropes he whispered to Hassan whoI was horrified at the terrible act lIe realized that he was now In the power of Hafiz Effendl for themurder had been done on his boot and he had lured the merchant to his doom He silently obeyed and the girl was bound and placed upon a divan Then with loft fingers they wound cloths arena tthe body of the merchant weighted 1 with stones and hurled it Into the river Now said Haflz Effendi In his blandest tones listen and obey the re mainder of my commands It Is horrible said Hassan I slid not thlnk Harken fool If you arc found with this girl on your boat you will be shot If Blartolkls is altered as he surely will be who visited his bazaar to sell him linen that did not exist It will be to your advantage to go and- o at once I am In a trap said Hassan des perately and must obey IIKeep the girl where she will not be discovered Sail as rapidly as possible to the Caspian and search for a vessel of the Persian type which will be sail Ing without any direction or lying at anchor Her masters name is lml1I kal When you have found him your terr She heard a oroaii from her Jathcr duty is done Deliver the girl into his hands nail return tome for your re ardIs it to bo a thousand pieces of gold 25 plasters Yos Go for in the morning they will search for Blartclkls I will go I must arrange for this girl If she Is to be the wife of a prince she must be well treated Lock her in the room and feed her well If she screams you must bind up her mouth I understand You repeat Haflz Ef fcndl it Is to be 25000 plasters in goldYes In the name of Allah yes Go lIe crept away In the shadows and hour later the long curved prow of Hassans vessel divided the waters of he Kur and with gathering speed the peculiar craft slipped silently from TINe CHAPTER IV HAHVEY IRONS HAS AN EXlEnIE C- EiN the wharf facing the Kur at the town of Salaln at the rivers mouth a tall good i looking young man paced rapidly tC and fro Confounded liars he growled shaking his land at a disappearing steamboat They told me I would have tour hours here and I havent been away three Now Id like to know how I am going to get to Astrakhan I dont want to stay Ju this beastly place a week Excellency has something vexed you salted n man in the dress of a peasant Yes replied the young man In the language used by the other 111 urn an American raid took passage on that German bout for Astrakhan left As trabad on that boat thinking it would the quickest to reach the Volga When she touched here tile captain told mo I could take four hours to see town Ive been only three and they here gone Ill be stud mere n week The peasant shrugged his shoulders- It amused him to see this intense emotion over a delay of a mere week But there will be other boats and inn of Borbous is a good one Hang the inn of Borbous I dont ant to stay here Ill punch that feUgwa head if I get to Astrakhan in time When does the next boat stop It is difficult to tell Ono may come a week or it may be twoveeks Pleasant that muttered the Amer lean Fancy putting in two weeks this squalor Excellency you would have time to to Tlflls to the fair although there but a fair days more of it Wantr Tlflta It to the fair at NUn n novgoroa l want to get at Ive got some Important business there Then you are not a rich gentleman traveling for pleasure yout But theres no use in iny being a savage and Ill tell you My business Is sell LIng American pumps windmills chain pumps all kinds Ive put a lot In NowhL want to go to NIJul Novgorod and ex I hibit there The stuff is all on that boat Oft why did I leave It And not a chance to make u sale in th blamed town either The boats arc beginning to comedown the Kur from Tints and ono may be going to Nljnl Novgorod If there is one it will take me 1 ifII have to shoot my way on board name Isnt Harvey Irons for nothing Ill show them Ive got an Iron chc Harveylzed at that wittm Ho waiting for my sons who went to the fair with goods to sell Do they own a boat Yes but it Is not much of a boat could not go to Astrakhan Mr Irons walked up and down t rude wharf smoking furiously His thoughts were Interrupted by the peas antA Turkish boat is coming down ex cell ene I da not know where it Is going But these boats go anywhere Shall I call them Yes Thats a good sized boat must get to Astrakhan But It is dlfilcult to talk at that dll tance If we take one of these little boats and go to meet them it will be betterGood Ill get on board and make them take me to Astrakhan Come onI Ill pay you for your work Irons and tho wan got Into a boot and it shot out Into the stream How is It that a Turkish Moat plies on this sea asked Harvey There are a few only excellenc- but the Osmaijlls are everywhere Ti trade here Is as good as oa the Black seaQueer that the czar permits the Turks to compete with his own people and Inut not supposed to sell wind millsThe little father Is liberal All may sail upon the sea but they must not commit crimes You mean the slave trade I hn reheard it was abolished Yes his majesty would not permit I GearIe wealthy Hall that fellow Ayoo shouted the peasant Stop I H What do you want came a voice from the vessel- Whither are you bound To Astrakhan lumping Jehoshaplmt What luck I shouted Irons Get me oa boar 1 quickA passenger for Astrakhan shout ed the peasant tugging away at tho paddles i We cannot take passongers Youve got one anyway answered Irons who could make himself undo stood In many eastern languages We have no passenger on the boatIt came the reply No but you will have one soon said Irons The little boat was almost directly f the path of the sailing vessel Irons pulled his wallet from his pocket and chose some pieces of gold Pull In front of her make her run us downWe be killed No we wont be killed Do ns IFS lIe placed the gold on tho bottom of the boat The peasant sent the bounder tit tho very bows of the sailing vesi sel There was a shout of Allah on board and Irons giving tho little boat a kick that sent it out of the way grasped the rugged outlines of the fig urehead and swung himself on board Who are you What do you want demanded the captain- I am Harvey Irons nn American who is going to Astrakhan on your ship I want to ascend the Volga to NlJnl Novgorod Whats your name may I ask I always pay well for services especially when I comp themI am Hassan 01 am going to Astra badYou said you were going to As trakhanIt a mistake excellency I meant to say theother Why not o to Astrakhan Alas a valuable cargo awaits me at Astrabad How vnhuablet To the value of a thousand pieces of gold Well you take me to Astrakhan an Ill give you GOO plasters In gold It wont take you long You wont lose that much on your cargo The accursed Giaour muttere- Iinssan to himself Harvey coolly watched the crew Many tribes and tongues that bordered on the Caspian were represented and some were from distant countries There were about twenty of them mean and disreputable looking lot I am going to Astrakhan he said to himself even if I take possesslo- of the old tub against the law Tli Russian government would not object Thcrelsnt n real Russian on board You must leave the vessel sold Hassan So 1 wUlat Astrakhan answered Harvey Now look here Hassan friend Its no use I must get to trakhan because Ive got a lot of valu able stuff there that I must overtake No use growling youve got to go to Astrakhan or put me on board of a boat that is going there And will you pay me for that Of course Hassan looked at his metft then n 1I TO U CONTINUED 41 DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL Of Interest To Kentuckians The Democratic National Conven tlonto be nela in tit Louis Mo July 0 will beyond n doubt bring together the largest and west repro sentativo gathering of Democrats from all sections of the Gaited Stat isthat has ever assembled in the history of the party and the pupa of al Democratic Statesthnt good old Com mon wealth of Ientucky will us repIIt this convention theLo Missouri Democrats m the shape of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition insures us the largest gathering and getting together of Democrats that the good old party tins known This Itis conceded Governor Beckham National Combo mitteeman Woodson and all the riel egates at largo hare selected tho Henderson Route as their official route to the convention thus favoring a state railroad that geographically speaking serves the entire state That the trip may be made pleas comfortablIbeyond n doubt especially for Kent tacky Delegates and their friends who will attend the Convention arrange ments have been made for special accommodations from Louisville via the Henderson koala on all of their trains of July 2nd to 6th inclusive and special rate of one for plus SB cents has been made for the round- trip with final return limit of fifteen laysThis trainTcI liSt Louis Nlgnt Limited leaves Louisville 000 p m dally arrives St Louis 720 n m through without change of cars Consist of train Pnll man shapers Free Reclining Chair Cars and High Back Seat Passenger Conches Trains solidly vectlbuled lSt Louis Daylight Limited leaves Louisvilje 880n m dally arrives St Louis 010 p m through without change of cars Consist of train Pullman Observation Parlor Cars Free itecltnng Chair Cars Dining Cars meals a li carte andL High Back Seat Passenger Conches vestibuled throughout Tits safe and convenient schedule will put you into St Louis not to early but sufficiently eary and in yondheadquarters and also affords an op portunity to rest np several honrsI before opening of the Convention noon of July sixth or to visit variousI stale headquarters and renew no quaintauces with your Democratic brethren and get your bearings in tneI 1I specinltbeen ar theyI Kentucky delegates and their friends- n but the various Democratic clubs and all Democrats It in therefore ox petted that every Democrat will maKeI an earnest and personal effort to at fend this the Banner Convention In the history of Democracy and to in flueuce their friends to the same end thus Insuring a solid front for Kea tucy Delegates and Democrats from eastern and central Kentucky should join balance of party at Louisville Tickets will be sold through from all Kentucky points at reduced rates Ask your nearest ticket agent for rates and bs BUDO your ticket reads over the Henderson Route between Louisville aud St Louis cld T9 There is no dls ti puling the fact that mans heart is often reaped through the stomach Happy the ho ewIfe who can please her husbands appetite with well cooked food for the table Many a man is grouchy ugly nervous suffering front dis tress after eating heart palpitation and all through the overworked stomach Dr Pierces Golden Medicall Discovery thedup proper elements from the food helps the liver into activity thereby throwing out the polspns in the Mood and vitalizing the indcorpusclestheelhninatedthethe person feels invigorated and stronger in consequence As a tissue builder it is far preferable to cod liver oil or any alco givestheelementsaa persons retaindigest andnsymptoms indigestion Because of the- o good effects front using Dr Pierces Golden thebuildingmptomsetc disappear eI believe that It is generally conceded that fromA1tions resulting from overwork or neglecting a StredKingstontial Knights Federation League of Kingston putewgavemeacid In the system due to improper digestion drivesheadachesad tones up the general system X consider it- t a ledid If Cloverport Planing Mill j GREGORY COProi LUMBERDOORS SASH BLINDS DOOR AND WINDOW SCREENS SHINGLEScIiLATHSLIME 1BRICKCEMENT ROOFING ETC J L MOORMAN DENTISTOffice over Oolzos Hardware Store Io j Prompt attention to all kinds of Deal Work Special attention to v FINE GOLD FILLINGS ANDIt t CROWN and BRIDGEWORK f Prices Moderate Satisfaction Guaranteed L t1 H DeH MOORMANrtAttorney at Law HARD1NSBURQ KY J JrOourtsof ttiesroad cases and criminal practice License to practice In United States District CourtshOnce over Bank of Hardlnsbnrg itW1 At Small Expense J 0 ft Entertainment that is pleasure to u to ft your guests docs not depend on the J VVq l ftknowledJoL y TcrhunqIlerrlck It j e jlt paid 50 cents ffl E J CLODE Publisher 156Sth Aye 111 fti Z t Iq fi SourcStomach jNo appetite loss of strength nervou ness headache constipation bad breath i general debility sour risings and catarrh f the stomach are all due to Indigestion KodolI cures Indigestion This new discovery repra tents 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 0only cure indigestion and dyspepsia but this troublesby t strengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomach MrS S Ball of Ravenswood W Vs lJsl Sf JI was troubled with sour stomach for twenty roarsKodol cured ma and we are now using It In mill yPfor baby Kodol Digests What You Ut u o JiBottles only 100 Size holdlnt 2H times the trM jf sits which sells for SO cents Prepared by E ODeWITT A CO OHIOAN Sold by all Druggists J Chintz Royaltyqj t Practical Surveyor t also Notary Public J r I can survey your Laudsv write your Deeds and take the acknowledgement at your homo This saves you trouble and cost K l Your Patronage Solicited 1 1 1 JAddress me at i jj- Hardinsburg Ky + 1 tt- Y 1 J E4ET3r 3 y i IX Coal Prices it II Reducedni fai 100 bu 950 4 25 bu 250 t J 20 bu 200- v 9 bu 100 1A We handle the Auburn Ash at j Coal which is the best coal ever r 11 put i on our market Our coal isf t E gnarauteeit jlt i r n M Will fill coal houses on monthlytA payments Ii 1i Gregory Co it r j r 7 I t J1tGive One Performance v t The American Water T tr Circusformerly tho American Water jwi gave a performance at thq river hItheir large barge on Thursday even II I ing Tbere was no performance AM the afternoon Several hundred I people saw the evening performance j J 1 which was very good for the sue pfil the show Trained dogs and pent 1 were theI main features M- IThe show was at Stepbenspoff 11ed I nesaav and went from this city lifitl J Hawesvllle Fridayrr 1 P Distillery ClosedDownf 1 Ofaaptn Holbngs dI8tU1erYiJJ k the Hardinaburg and Lloverperla Tt I turnpike has closed down for tosummer utter being m optieseas c eeyetal weeks V 1ft A 22 Laliber JartrictgeSuIf you want to uso aa Caliber Rim Fire Cartridges that shoot t strongly and accurately buy the timetried Winchester mak- elJ having the trademark II H on the head They cost but a 1 few cents more a box than the cheap unreliable kind and lJ they are dollars better Winchester 22 Caliber Cartridges are furnished loaded with either black or smokeless powder the GreaseU a tFOR SALE BY EEAUSRS JSVEmrtVrHEIlE lf 8 + 1 The Breckenridge News = = = ti WEDNESDAY July O 1004 i KENTUCKY AT i It WORLDS FAIR Blue Grass Traditions Splendidly Upheld and Reputation of W State Enhanced LILY T Ir Uedrlck- lt ttri Itq0u auk a Kontncklan what lS ftbe principal exhbit of his state at r ptie Worlds Fair he probably will woint in the general direction of the i0LdmInistrati9n building and say f President Francis President k Francis is a Kentucky product but as Missouri and the nation at large plaim some proprietary interest lD kirn Kentucky has seen fit to make other representations exclusively her own c Tne qualities and resoucers of the H tate are comprehensively and elo qnently attested to In these ex r N hibits and citizens of Kentucky may 1tiwell be proud of the showing made in tevery department to which the state t Y vhas contributed for it is represented 191in nearly every major department of tho Exposition In art history commerce and in natural resources i i Kentucky stands well forward j A state of noble traditions and Igreatfwf f tit to subordinate these in some de t Jreo to matters of more present f iEfcJjaoment deeming it advisable tow hovv the world nut so much what if ibentncky has done as what it is i f doing and can do Without any 1i abandonment of those sodas features have made ner famous for open 1 hospitality Kentucky yet 1iWhIOh that sne stands second to no 1 in her commerqial oppor nor the rewards she has to ttotk Joffer to Individual effort rightly ap J jpUed Accepting the keynote 01 the iillords Fair which is sounded as- Ian exhibition of processes the state in harmony with the idea Cjl- laSg01i and shows the full range of her pow ars In the Palace of Agriculture m Kentuckys displays include an S exhibition of hemp culture and man evolutionaryHfe IJS growth to its manufacture into jry tfajshed products which bring roseate dreams to the consumer of the hi philosophic weed And of course I I there are illustrations what can be dose with rye and corn without which a Kentucky display would be incom pleteKentucky p display of clay in the Palace of Mines and Metallurgy Is in itself a wonderworld To him who j hue imagined that clay was used simply to mane churns and jugs this ji exhibit is a revelation It is a liberal r CL education In ceramics and 111 the a jitilitarian uss of humble material iice Dnilding tireproofing and in art WIpottery The rock quarries in oper i tion and the display of cannel coal in the same building further attest if thejricuetf that lie beneath the surface r the once Dark and bloody nR nRof groundJL Kentuokian visiting the Fair Ifi should not fail to take cognizance AJF of these things not to hear witness to what his state is doing in the Ifa1 of education and art In the 2 Palace of Education is shown the de yelopment of the public school sys itm of Louisville through a period yttf H 115 years and no less interesting ilpSh the proreRo that has been made in MV the manual and literary education of tafJWi he bUnd as exenpllbed In the work of the pupils of the Kentucky Jjoiiopl for the Blind v Teatifving to the artistry of the I fcttteanl showing that its worth 1 htit won recognition from the masters J 4ire several pieces of statuary by I Kentucky sculptors which are Uncor L pOrated in the decorations of the main building of the Fair Notable among these is a beautiful VlotOry fMiss Enid Yandell of Lounvllle crowning the dome of the Cascade tTrtt tiraut building i In they Palace of Fine Arts Ken taoicy IB also wen represented but n perhaps the states best display of this s iat1r8 is in the Kentucky Btate Build leg where it abowa a complete and i intereeting art gallery Ofits own Sere are numerous fine canvases by Hewitt Greene Miss Thumb and other artists besides striKing uoul- ptwal decorations and single pieces 0f statuary AJiC The building liThe New Kentucky iI rS 1 r f 4- o c meis tIn caatral failure of the states exhibit at the Fair It is a magnificent structure covering an area of 188 by SO feet Broad grn veiled paths through the lawns of native 1 bluegrass lead to the en trances of which there are four Wide porches with symmetrical colonnades and sculptural ornaments bespeak silently but eloquently the proverbial hospTtality of the state and seem to bid the passerby to pause and rest here The wayfarer who heeds this invitation and enters tho building as at once made to feel at- homnthe spirit of the place is fit tingly symbolized by the state button which bears a picture of the building with the legend The Kentucky Home Its part mineI Here pleasant hqurs may be spent under the guidance of the genial Secretary Mr R E Hughes or of the fair hostess Mrs Smith In viewing the social artlHtic and sentimental sides of Kentucky life and manners In the richly furnished rooms of the first floor are displayed oilpor traits of Kentuckys famous charac ters n well as other specimens ot native art Pendant from the baloony of the second floor and almost sweep ing tho carpet of the first hangs a colossal and beautiful ling ot silk which possesses historlo charm It is tho home coming Hag of the bat tleship Kentucky when that vessel was Homeward Zoned from the Asi atic station under the command of Capt William Jfallory Derry himself a Kentuckian Upon the arrival of tho Kentucky in home waters her officers and crew sent the flag as a present to Governor Beckhum Its beautiful folds show little effect of wear from its 13000mile journey across seas Elegant parlors reception fourth fifth 20000 next estimates 493 amounting To Tho cent cent 1330 cent 1545 be Subscription Be l0advantage rooms galleries of historical relics and specimens of native flora make the the well worth inspection But the Kentucky Home not of It is the of continuous of visitors receptions Kentucky en tertains lavishly It one of the two the distinction of receiving delegates the International Parliament has entertained many visiting bodies inducting the American Humorists With Kentucky generosity the of commission have tendered the of home entertainment several states territories have residences of on grounds sections have taken advantage of offer of state papers Kentucky and periodicals is kept I ly hand delectation of her visiting daughters who rest within the precincts of the New Kentucky Home and feel that in are in a en vlronment All in Kentucky has wrought at the Fair worthily of herl and her children douotless do their part in coming to view has prepared in their OUR GREAT PROFIT SHARING CONTEST 111 is 1st 1 of for Every subscriber to The News has a chance to share In these cash prizes The subject matter of tho luteretit QK Contost in which those large prizes wll be paid Is the Total Popular Voto to ho cast for the of President of the United 3tutos the 8th day ot November 1001 Every man woman and child In the Status should bo Interested In tho greatest election tho country has ever It costs you nothing to win a prize OF THIS Every subscriber who remits too regular subscription price for a years sub rlpt1on to Itreckonrldge News will bo en titled to ono guess will receive from us a 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prominent judges Just as soon as tho olllclal figures can bo ascertained When the prizes are awarded every who holds a certificate In tho receive a printed list ot the winners in addition to tho largo general prizes there arc Eight Spucltil Prizes of 500 each for curly subscriptions All have an equal to win magnificent prizes Those who estimate or guess NOW Lave a chance to win a special prize and just as good a to win the Capital of 1000000 as tho ono who sends In his e guess on tho last of the ACT AM ONCE It may mean a fortune to The monoy with which to pay tho prizes hitS been deposited by the Press Publishing Association in the Central Savings tank Mich and can used for IH other pur pose In case of a tie for any Individual prize such prize will be equally divided between the Participation fn this Is not confined to our renders as the is berg advertised In a number of other publication the subscribers to all of which have an equal opportunity to shuro In the distribution of the 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in set tling estates All collections roan onable jt 1 Cloverport Kentucky OneMinute Cough Cure For Coughs Colds and Croup 4atswr A 1 8RECKENRIDGE NEWSJ- NO D end V Q BABAQE Editors and Proprietor Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price f100 a year o titS if paid at the end of year OARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged Of at the rate of 10 cents per line OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of cants per line Money In advance Examine the label on your paper If it I not correct please notltv us When ordering a change in the add Ubscrlbers should give their old as well as the new address EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY JULY ift 1004 Mr Parker is still silent Muzzle or kill the sheep kIllIri dogs Gov Beckham is boss of the BlU- EGrass delegation Dog fennel is still doing its deadly worn in this town Wheat is all right at 00 cents but f1 would be better Swallow ana Carroll is the Prohibition national ticket Roasting ears of our own raising on July 1 Who can beat It No wheat sold in this section Farmers are standing pat on the price They want 100 Our banks are all in good shape with good deposits Increased earn ings and plenty of money to let If the Democrats put up the right sort of a man on an uptodate platform there will be some show for them If the St Louis convention should name Cleveland what a lot oftlroW some of our Democratic friends will have to eat- Tammany iis at the Convention 1000 strong It took six special trains and 88000 in railroad fares to transport the delegation Hardiusbnrg is a patriotic old town Flags and bunting were seen flying from nearly every residence and business house on the Fourth Dont worry and fume about the heat it will only make you hotter Wear fresh cdbi clean linen keep in a gooa humor and take things easy for a while thisis our bargain month Subscription only 50 cents a year for new subscribers Dont let this oppor1 unity slip by you It is only good for one month We congratulate the euterprisiug proprietors ot the Hardiusbnrg barbe cue We understand they came II whole and a little bit ahead notwithstanding the downpour The Masons of Hardin burg an nounce a big barbecue at that place for Aug 20 In connection there will be an interesting event the laying of the corner stone of their new hall Mr John Sharpe Williams is the biggest man at the St Louis conven tion He is plated for both temporary and permanent chairman and talked of for the second plane on the ticket Farmers are not falling over each other to sell their wheat at 00 cents They want a dollar and if they stand together they will get it The present crop is estimated to be over 14000000 bushels short of last year The great Democratic hosts ot this the greatest nation on earth are moving heaven and earth at St Louis today As to who the nominee will be no man can tell It looks like Cleveland and It ought to be Clere land if they want a man to Keep in sight of Roosevelt in the great race for the White House Have you cast up your account fQr the that half of the year Take an inventory of your business and house hold goods Banks do this and it is Just as important for individuals You can then keep in touch with your earnings and expenditures and see how you are coming on in the world An inventory is very essential especially in case of tire General Debility Day In sand out there Is that feeling of weakness that makes a burden of itself a Food does not strengthen Sleep docs not refresh It Is hard to do hard to bear what should be easy vitality Is on the ebb and the whole system suffers For this condition tako Hoods Sarsaparilla It vitalizes the blood gives vigor and tone to all the organs and functions and Is positively unequalled for all rundown or debilitated conditions iloou8 HZU cure constipation Z1 teats REMEDYCATARRH IB sure tofLYSGIVE lflSatlefaotlon Elys Cream Balmar G Relief at Once igPPandeased membrane It FEVEtaros5 in the heal quickly It Is absorbed Heals thSensese t malleFor the third time Mr Urey Wood son of Owensboro has been elected National CommitteemAn from Ken tacky A signal victory over Mr Beckham and his machine We con gratulate Mr Woodson Thera were fully two thousand people in Hardinsbnrg on the Fourth ofPwagons and buggies men and women on horseback and afoot making a I grand rush for shelter from the rain It was equal to the Pike at the Worlds Fair To bring into cordial union all who now agree is the highest duty of every Democrat to confine official utterance to living real issues now pending is the dictate of statesman ship and patriotism He is an enemy to the country a marlplot and traitor to his party who now stirs up strife divides Democrats and prevents united actionsCol W C P Breckenridge in Lexington Herald Will they do It Mrs A A LaHeist of New Albany was the guest of relatives here and at Fenley from Saturday until Tuesday Miss Rachel Stith of Hill Trove Ky and Miss Ruth Fontiine of Van Buren Ark were in theoity Thurs day and Friday the guests of Mr and Mrs Jeff Miller while en route home HARDINSBURG Miss Ella Teaff nas returned home from Irvlngton Arthur Scott of Louisville is here visiting relatives CLBe rdwas in Louisville last week on a business trip Jno P Haswell Jr went to Owens boro today on legal business Win S Beard of LouisvIlle I visiting his parentsMrand Mrs G W Beard Mr and Mrs Orrin Hardin are the guests of Mr and Mrs Joel HPile Miss Cooper of Louisville is tha charming gueat of Miss Mattie Hook Cliff Howurdof MoDanlels pas just returned from a visit to the Worlds FairSamuel Smith of ForlsviJJa was the guest of Fred Brite the first of the weekJeff Dillon of Evansville is here spending his vacation with his pa rentsJames G Brodie of Owensboro is here visiting His mother and other re lativesMiss Kathleen Walker of Bnwley vllle is visiting Dr and Mrs W A Walter Miss Lillie Moredock of Louisville is visiting Mr and Mrs Alfred HestonThe Red Men have advertised a picnic to be given here on the next FourthThomas W Bowmerof Louisville is here visiting his mother Mrs R H Bowmer Miss Clara Hestou is visiting the Rev and Mrs George Cundiff at Vine Grove Misses Margaret and Evelyn Beard are visiting Mr and MrsAS Edelen at Bnrgm Mrs Marion J Thomas and child ren are visiting her parents near Derby Ind 0 Mr and Mrs Chas D Hook of Cloverportare the guests of his father Jubal Hoax Misses Margaret Baker and Alhe Witt attended the dedication at Glen deane Sunday Misses Lillie and Maggie Scott of Louisville are visiting Mr and Mrs Charles Scott Jnbal HOOK is rapidly regaining his health He says he feels about as strong as ever Mrs Eliza A Witt has returned home from Owensboro after a visit to relatives there Miss Louise Beeler of Kirkis visit ing her randparents the Rev and Mrs J H Lennin Miss Ruth Miller of Irvmgton is visiting Mr and MrsGus D Shellman and other relatives Mrs F L Lightfoot of Cloverport and MissJeunie WarBeldof Louisville are visitors in town Mr and MrsEd GBeard 01 LouisI yule are visiting bis parents Mr and Mrs Wm Beard Chapman Moorman has returned home from Texas where he has been the past few months George Royalty and family of Hud I QUARTERLY REPORT OF THE i BANK OF CLOVERPORT- At the close of business on the 30th day of June 1904- RESOURCES Loans and Discounts 3922182 Overdrafts secured 25P65 Overdrafts unsecured 11241 Due from National Ranks I170414 Due from State Hanks andBankers Due from Trust Com 744NkI Other Deal Estate Mortgages IT S Bonds Other Stocks and lionds Specie 308174 Currency 272tiOO 670774 Exchange for Clearings Other Items curried as Cash Furniture and Fixtures 100000 Fund to pay Taxes Current Expenses Lust Quarter 3231- Expenses First Quarter 1WH 34342 00664 J49C7HO LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid In in cash S 1000000 Surplus Fund W28 Undivided Profits 121834 Due Depositors as fol OWS viz- Deposits subject tochcck 17378Depositson which Int Is paid lme certificates of deposits fpnwhlch Interests paid 017200 Savings Deposits on which Int Is paid Certified Checks 23W578 Duo National Hanks Due State flanks and Hankers Due Trust Companies Cashiers Checks out standing 450000UnpaidunpaidCapital SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount Of Indebtedness of any stockholder person com habully theliabilityIndirectlyIt paidinof db rJJ 1580000Howabove Item 1 secured By Mort gage on Real Estate In the City of Cloverport Ky of a greater cash otherIncumbrances See Section 583 Kentucky Statutes Highest amount of indebtedness of any director or olliccrlf amount captalNone See Section 5K5 Kentucky Statutes Howls same sernredXDoes amount of Indebtedness of any person company or arm In cluding in the liability ot the company or firm the liability of the Individual members thereof exceed 30 per cent of paid up cap tal and NoIfdobtodness h Amountof last dividend Were all expenses losses Inter cst and taxes deducted therefrom before declaring dividend and was not less than 10 per rent of net profits of the bunk for the period covered by the dividend carried to divflendX 54967240 STATE OF KENTUCKY I IssCounty of Hrecklnridgof otCloerportCloverportICyI the foregoing report Is In all respects a true statement of the condition of the said Hank ofitnte111Wbelief and further says that the business of J said bunk has been transacted at the location named and not elsewhere and that the Mliove report 1Is made In compliance with an I ofState1 1 I as till day on which oUch report shall bo made MARION WEATHERHOLT Cashier byHarlotofJulyCMyA A SIMONS DirectorsJOIIN son were the guests of Mr and Mrst Chintz Royalty Monday Ludwell AdKieson formerly of Stephensport but now of Eddyville is spending a few days in town Thermon Smith of Louisville was i here the first of the week visiting his mother Mrs Amanda Smith Mrs Nannie J Wathen of Irving ton andMiss Emily McAteer of Louisville were visitors in town Mondiy Dr Harold J Beard a rising young physician of Livermoreia here visiting J his parentsMrand Mrs Taylor Beard jj Dr Charles Gardiner of Grand Tow er Ill arrived Sunday lo visit his mother MrsRG Gardiner and other relatives f JfromJ summer with his parents the Rev and MrsW F Hogard John ORielly has bought the resi S dente of Dr Milton Board and Col David R Murray has moved into the residence vacated by Mr Reily I Miss Katie Eekrldge came home to t be present at the EsKridge reunion b j She will return to Owensboro this s week to resume her studies in music e Mr and Mrs Carlton Richardson li of Louisville Misses Sallie and Mary f Richardson of Union Star are the guests of Mr and MM Percy MBeards Mrs DA OoxMisses Nadine Bran ham Margaret Joyceof Evansville and Miss Ella Collins of Cannelton are the guests of Mr and Mrs Patrick Dillon this week r James H Gardiner is preparing to enlarge his store house and make other changes which will maka his o business house more convenient b When completed his store will be one h of the largest in town Among those who attended the ded c ication at Glendeane Sunday were B Mrs G W Beard Miss Tidy Mercer Miss Lelia McGary Mrand MrsOV Robertson Charles Edmunds Judge Mercer and Henry Moorman v Condensed Statement Condition of 1 Bank of Hardinsburg t Hardinsburg Ky I At close of business June 30 1904 RESOURCES LIABILITIES Notes and BiI s19J3690 Capital Stock Paid in 2500000 Cash in safe and other Banks6571963 Surplus and Undivided Profits2015846B- onds Jn 306522 Depositsi wM = JL 22075008 Bankingllouso and Lot 180000 Dividend No 27 duo July 1 1904100000 Other Real Estate 1 78679 Total 26690854f Furniture and Fixtures M 40000 4 Total 26690854 Our claim to your patronage rests on our strengthour largo resource ample surplus and reserve and on the character standing and qua1ifiationsof our directors No matter how large your busi ness we are prepared to furnish you all the banking Sccomnaodations you need No matter how small your business we will be glad to have you Respectfully I f M H BEARD Cashier 0 QUARTERLY REPORT OF THE TWO STATES BANK At the close of business on the 30th da of June 1004- RESOURCES Loans and Discounts 3027782 Overdrafts secured Overdrafts unsecured Duo from National banksfO5084l Due from State Hanks and Bankers 200000 850941J Due trom Trust Companies Nankin House and Lot Other Real Estate Mortgages UA Bonds Other Stocks and Monde 104250 Specie D74 22 CummcyVVi 255500 3K022 Exchange for Clearings Other Items carried as Cash Furniture and Fixtures 15511 Fund to pay Taxes Current Expenses last Quarter Ourrunt Expenses last 6 Months 45466 454fi S5S2C373 LIABILITIES Capital stock llnln cash 51500000 Surplus Fund f 16948 Undivided Profits 111001 Duo Depositors as follows vie Deposits subject to chuck Ion which int Is not wid251513- hepositssubjeetto chok on which interest is paid 10S8240 1Demand certiflcutos of deposit I on wjilch Iinterest is IlaldJ rime certiiicatos of do Iposits on which Int Is pd thaving Deposits fun winch Interest Is paid Certified Chicks 3508423 Duo National Hank IDue Statu Hanks and IRankers CompaniesCusblers standing Rills rediscounted Unpaid Dividends unpaidcapltul SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of indebtedness of toy stockholder person company or firm Including In the liability of the company or firm tUe liability of thereatIIrectlydebtedness exceeds So per cent of capital stock actually paid InJ and tctual amount ot surplus of the Dank None How Indebtedness statd in above tem 1 secured Seo Section 5S3 Kentucky Statutes Highest amount of Indebtedness of any director or otllcer It amount uf such Indebtedness exceeds 10 per coat of paid up capital stock of bank None ceSectlon5S3 Kentucky Statutes slow is same secured Does amount of Indebtedness of my person company or firm In cluding In the liability of the com pany or firm the liability of the in llvldual members thereof exceed 10 per cent of paldmp capital and ictual surplus No If so State amount ot such Indebt dness mount of last dlvldemLuIVero all expenses losses Interest ind taxes deducted therefrom bo ore declaring dividend and was lot less than 10 per cent of net iroflts of the bank for tho period by the dividend carried to dlvllendSee Section 590 Kentucky Statutes 85220373 STATE OF KENTUCKY County of Breckenrldgc f ss StateSlunkhe town ot Stephensport In said ounty being duly sworn says the foregoing eport is In all respects a true statement of ho condition of the said Hank at the close of justness on the 80th day of June loot to the est ot his knowledge and belief and further ays that the business of said Hank has been notlsowberon compliance with an official notice received rom the Secretary of State designating the Oth day of June 1004 as the day on which uch report shall be made JOHN S ADAIR Cashier JohnAdairWM F HOOK Clerk By L BJ HELMD O lDlrectorsJ 1 I New Mussel Shell Company Chas W Bonier Co Is the name f a new local company which has een organized for the purpose of andling nigger heads and pig tilest certain marketable varieties if mussel shells which are found in reat quantities in the bed of the Olio at this pointo J D Sawyer of Charlottesville Va arrived in the city Monday to lait Mr and Mrs R N Hudson SundaySchool Picnic An enjoyable picnic was given by the Sundayschools of the Methodist Baptist and Presbyterian churches at lastyWednesday No Pity Shown For years fate was after me con 1 tinuously writes F A Gulledge Verbena Ala I had a terrible case of Piles causing 4 tumors When all l failed Bncklenn Arnica Salve oared me Equally good for Burns and all aches and pains Only 5c at Short Haynes Drug Store I Teachers are Chosen The following teachers have been selected by the trustees to teach the next session of the public school of this cityProtKing of Indiana principal 1 hnd Edmund WroeMlaes Jennie Patterson and Mary Jarboe of this city assistants in the order named Dogs Kill Many Sheep Dogs killed a large number of sheep near Irvington on Tuesday night June 28 Clint Dowell lost twentythree out of twentyseven D Jordan six out of eight Al e Gross eight sad Thos Payne ssveu Mr Dowell had sold eleven of his sheep for 44 Mrs Ed Brashear of Louisville and Mrs Katherine Mason of near Cannelton were the guests of Mrs Leon McGavocu Thursday OS Lanit went to Stephensport and Rome Thursday on a business trip the his in his of ad his who want to for say 5 Cents + In last weeks News All Calicoe 80 should have read II Cahooe advertisement giving tb clearance prices of H of Big Spring Ky To Sunday Rev T 0 preach at the next Sunday and with a t3 maKing this one of big for one or more in each of of County Frank J Cheney mares oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney Co business In the of County and aforesaid and that said firm will J the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL LARS for each and evrer case of t that be cured tiyfa tne use of Halls Catarrh I J OHENBY Sworn to before me and in my presence this Oth day of A D 1880 AW i Seal Notary tt Halls Catarrh Cure is in j ana acts dlreotlyuaJ the j blood and of the for testimonials tree F J CO O Sold by all 7Cc Family Pills for con onAdvertisin ITpllr j RvCharlesAustin BJ1tesI J IIIlettingn 1 J irs in the part of New On t RoWjFulton and Ann are = 5 reds of these men with push carts Theybsell everything from slioeblaok ing to books The are displayed on the cart and thousands of passersby see not one in a hundred buys but somebody does each day you will see some new thing on the carts the makes a mis take Ho gets something that nobody wants 11fit has any value or else he puts the price too high If his I or do sell ho marks the down a notch or two If the thing will not at lOc he marks itftt5co and then 3c and lc and he soils it by advertising Ho his where will see them and about them advertising A great many pass looking hLtut a certain portlpn Stop and Itis same way with newspaper advertising A business man represents goods advortisomdnt in the Thousands pass tho but those who want will stop and buyEdItors note Breckenridgb county increase their should write to the News advertising rates It iis safe to that n and Should Have Been All 5ointhe remarkable Meyer Preach Here Kerof Hodgenvlllo wills Presbyterian church morning evening view appointments Sundays month State Ohio City Toledo Lucas doing City Toledo State Pay cannot v Curef Ir FRANK y subscribed GLBASON Public taken 4 ternally mucous surfaces system Send CHENEY Toledo Druggists Take Halls stipation i I J lower York Park Streets hund l1conceivable goods them Maybe because Sometimes fakir utility goods price sell finally places goods people learn thats him without purchaso paper readers goods merchants business largo Catarrh iecember profitable business would follow tho adsThere af hun wwf U Copyright N ymelt with push olatrEtfr- a ClutrlesRttstirzjte8jte8 TT r i a- fk sa rrr + Tolls Pills FOR TORPID LIVER- A torpid liver deranges the whole system and produces SICK HEADACHEDyspepsia Costiveness Rheu roatism Sallow Skin and Piles There 1Is no better remedy for these common diseases then DR TUTT S proveTake The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JULY 0 100 i The latest magazines at JDBab bages Uptodate milk shake Englis1 KitchenFor House and lot Call on- T F Sawyer Mens 1 pants GO cents This week onlyBabbage Son Austin Popham was down from Louisville Monday and Tuesday- A 25 drop head sewing machine for 16 cash Babbage yon The Misses Hayes of West V few are the guests of MraChasWendelken Albert Oram left Saturday for St Louis to visit his daughter Mrs Jas TaulMr and Mrs Win Hoffina went to Evansville Saturday to spend several daysMiss Rosie Peters of Pittsbnrg was the guest of Mrs Jno Weisenberg last 4 week Miss Mary Wirgmau was the guest of Miss Nell Gregory Sunday and MondayMessrs H 0 Murray and W S Ball of Hardmsburg were in the city Thursday Mrs Lucy Gregory went to Fenlev Sunday to visit Mr and Mrs Emmett Gregory T T Miss Reba Taylor of Owensboro is the guest of Miss Sallie Williams at Addison yA WLMcCraoken went to Garnetts vllle Friday to spend several days at t his old home Mrs Fannie Llshen was the guest of Mrs F M Eades at Owensboro last Wednesday 1 J M Tebow formerly of this city i MondayiI r bruSlness I1 Wood Weatherholt of Tobin port trwas in LouIsville several days lastX S leek on business r Miss Mildred Fontaineof Louisville is the guest of her grandmother Mrs Hardin at Holt Miss Constance Williams of Hawes Villa 1ms been visiting Misses Francis and Susie Sawyer Mr aud Mrs Louts Ashworth went to Mount Vernon lad Saturday to spend several days Mrs Nannie Grant of Lodiburg has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Jesse Keys Mrs Elizabeth I Heist went to New Albany yesterday to visit Mr and Mrs A A LaHeist George Wendelken was the guest of his brother Jno Wendelken at Evans ville Sunday and Monday Miss Bessie Lamb went to Rome e Ind Friday to visit her grand l mother Mrs Marilla Lamb Miss Olivia Fallon went to West t Clifty Graysoq county Thursday to spend two weeks with trlends J J Cloar of Owensboro was in the city Thursday advertising the 1 Seven Hills Cnautauqua of that city Mrs T D Ireland came up fom tSlullman Thursday for a short Visit to her daughter Mrs Leon McGavook Mrs Harry Stum and daughter of A Sacremonto Ky were the guestsn x of relatives here several days the past weerf Misses Mabel and Lillian Collie ot El Paso Texas arrived in the city last Wednesday evening to spend several weeks with their slater Mrs P t L King Prof and Mrs G L Crumeof Buf falo Ky formerly of this city have been here this week visiting friends while en route home from tne Worlds Fair No man Interested in Breckenridge county can afford not to take advan Cage of the offer the publisher of this paper is making the News one year for 50 cents The offer Is good for July only Send your order In nowd + We like best to call SCOTTS EMULSION a food because it stands so em phatically for perfect nutrition r And yet in the matter of restor ing appetite of giving new strength to the tissues especially to the nerves its action is that of a medicine uotpleSCOTT IMa 4094 IS Pearl Street New York Iec aad ftoo l alldruKMW t For sale Wall paper store Call on- T F SawyerTCharles Hambleton is at home from Pennsylvania- Mr and Mrs Thos Wroe spent Sunday in Owensboro All of our 10 cent lawns now re duced to 0 cents Babbage Son Jess Owen after being home sev eial weeks left Monday for the South Morris Eades of OwensUoro WitS the guest of friends here Sunday and MondayMiss Sterett returned Monday to Hawesvilleafter a visit to Miss Marian Bowmer V G Babbage and sons Stewart Virgil and Eldred made the trip to Louisville on the Morning Star Friday Mm O D Hambleton and daugh ter Mrs J L Hawkins and granddaughter Maggie Pate spent Monday in EvansvilleMr OE Keith and child ren came over from Elizabethtowi Friday to visit his parents Mr and Mrs J E Keith Miss Minnie Williamson and Ed Bagsby of Henderson were the guests of Mr and Mrs Newt Berry Sunday and Monday Mrs Annie Whelan and sen Harry Whelan came up from Cannel ton Thursday to spend several days with Mr and Mrs A 0 Sheldon Mrand Mrs Thos Allen of Louis ville came in from St Louis Satur day to visit Mr and Mrs 0 C Whitehead at TobinsportInd Mrs M F Popham and little son Alfred and Miss Mabel Beavin left yesterday for Red Moon Okla to visit Mr aud Mrs Frank Beavin Mr and Mrs Marion Weatherholt and son Forrest Dryden of this city Prof and Mrs G L Crume of Buffalo Ky J P Keith of this city and Miss Nell Leichh rdt of Goddard Kan formed a picnic party to Tar Springs Monda- yRAYMOND Miss Iva Squires is at home from Cloverport for a visit Hunts Mercer of MoDaniels is visiting Jones Mercer Elisha Cashman of Phoenix Ind Is visiting his parents Richard Mattingly and wife of Kirk visited at John Mattinlys last week Miss Katie Mattingly of Owens boro visited Miss MinnIe Mattingl last weeiCIRev E B English will begin ia protracted meeting here the first Sun day in August Miss Dee Basham and Henry Cash man were in Brandenburg shopping last Wednesday Roscoo Hendry of Cincinnati Mrs Tom Beard and children of Kirk and Miss Lee Thornsberry of Brandon burg are at the home of Mrs Alex Hendry Brutally Tortured A case cams to light that for per sistent and unmerciful torture has perhaps never been equaled Joe Gootl bick of Colnsa Calif writes For 15 years I endured insufferable pain from Rheumatism and nothfne re lieved me though I tried everything known I came across Electric Bit ters and its the greatest medicine on earth for that trouble A few bottles of it completely relieved and cured me Test as good for Liver and Kidney troubles and general debility Only COc Satisfaction guaranteed by Short Faynes Druggis- tsLODIBURG Born to the wife of G D Payne a girl June 30 Miss PARr Argnbright visited her parents n few days lust week Miss Georgia Rush of Cilfton Is visiting her cousin Mrs BallieBAvitt Rev E B English tilled his regu lar appointment at Raymond last Sunday Miss Elizabeth Bandy attended church at Raymond Sunday and was accompanied oy Miss Nanoy Gibson Riah Brute Miss Pearl Argabright GDrnelious Bandy and MisH Mary Argabright attended the picnic at Hardinsburg Monday Mrs 0 C Grant who has been visiting ber parents at Cloverport re turned home Saturday accompanied by her sister Miss Bessie Keys Parker in the Lead St Louis July liIt is about all over but the shouting and while the balloting for the President will not take place until Thursday night or Friday Parker is as good as nomi nated and as told in these dispatches Sunday night the ticket is most likely to be Parser and Turner The table kept by the correspondent shows tnat Parker has already 720 votes or over fifty votes more than the necessary twothirds to effect u nomination The only opposition to him is the Hearst vote of probably 160 and the veto of three or four states which will be hot for favorite sons Therefore the nomi nation of Parker will be effected upon the first Dflllot I QUARTERLY REPORT OF TUB FIRST STATE BANK- At the close of business on the 30th day June 1004- RESOURCES Loans and discounts 12045912 Overdrafts secured Overdrafts unsecured3tuD-uo from National Hunks 876203 Duo from State Banks and Hankers 465000 1341208 Duo from Trust Companies Ranking House and Lot 400000 Other Real Estate Mortgages US Honcls Other Stocks and ponds Specie 134939 Currency 155000 289935 Exchange for Clearings Other Horns carried as Cash 159 Furniture and Fixtures 43357 Fund to pay Tues Current expenses lust quarter 5112900 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In I1500000 Undivided Profits 70000 055 Duo Depositors as follows viz Deposits subject tocheck palW2110328Deposits on which Interest Is paid Demand certificates of deposit on which in terest Is paid Time certificates of deposits on which Interest Is paid 1419417 3529745 Savings Deposits on paidCertified Duo National Banks i rlIankersDue TrustCompanlescCashiers Checks out standing 3 Hills rediscounted oo fi Unpaid dividends j unpald1CaSUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of Indebtedness ofjany stockholder person company or firm Including In the liability of the company or firm tho liabili tv of the Individual members there ofldlrectly or Indirectly If such- Indebtedness exceeds 20 per cent of capital stock actually paid in and actual amount of surplus of tho bang None How Is Indebtedness stated Inabovo Item 1 secured See Section 683 Kentucky Statutes Highest amount of Indebtl dnessof any director or ofllcer if amount of such Indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paid up capital stock of bank None SecSectlon 583 Kentucky Statutes How Is same secured Does amount of Indebtedness of any persn or firm Including In the liability of the corn pany or firm the liability of exceeddividual members thereof 30 percent of paid up capital and actual surplus No If so state amount of such Indebt edness Amount of last dividend Were all expenses losses Interest and taxes deducted therefrom be fore declaring dividend and was not less than 10 per cent of the nettprofits uf the bank for the parlod by the dividend carried to the sur plus fund before saidI dividend was declared S45000 See Section SSflKentuckyStatutes v 55112300 KENTUCKY t ssCounty StatqflankcountylIulnIs III all respects a true statement of the con dition of the sad Hank at the close of busi ness on the 80th day ot Juno 180J to tho of Ills num ledge and bellef and further says that the business of said Hank has been transacted at the locution named und not elsewhere and that the above report Is made In compliance with an official notlco received from the State designating the 30th duy of TuneNoel as the duy on which such report shall be made H II KEMlER Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before mo by H II Kumpur Cushier tho 1st day of July 1C04 1v1J IIGOOTT I DirectorsItI Rices Show Thursday- Prof Frank H Rices Latest Sensa tion or Grent Southern Marine Shows will give n performance at the river Thursday evening July 7 This is Prof Rices fifteenth successful tour with his show The show is high class and up to sate and never dis appoints or misrepresents A good show at popular prices is what you getE F Nolte wont to Louisville Sunday to spend several days HEALTHI keephouseDraught We have used it la the family for over two years with the belt of results I have not had a doctor In tho house for that length of time It is a doctor in Itself and always ready to make a person well and happy JAMES HALL Jack sonvlne IlL Because this great medicine relieves stomach pains frees the constipated bowels and invigorates the torpid liver and weak ened kidneys No DOCTORi- s necessary in the home where iskepti country miles from any physician have been kept m health forbears with this mediojne as ThedfordsBlackDraught andfevu1diarrasa constipation colic ailmentbecause bowelslivertrol the health THEDFORDS BLACK DRAUGHT t + j I 1 Wants+ fAdvertisements Inserted under this head atone cent a word per week FOR n SALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting machines and one lot of good Laundry machines Also new and secondhand Oas and Gasoline Engines MARTIN GABLE 5163rd Street Louisville Ky FOR SALECOW FOR SALE Fresh milk cow good milker CloverportI L II ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No46 Dally Fast Train leaves Cloverporl 507 AM stops at West Point only arriv es at Louisville 715 A 31 No 42 Dully Mull and Express leaves Clo verportO5l A M stops at all way stations arrives Louisville 1235 P M dulllnrrhesClorportm Stops at West Point only Train No4B Mall and Express dully ar rives Cloverport 700 p m Louisville 045 p m Stops at all stations WEST BOUND Expressleavesvlllo 1250 PM arrives St Louis 010 1111 stops at all stations Train No 41 Exposition Limited dally arrives Cloverport 1033 a m Evansville 100 p m St Louis 010 p m stops at Hawcs vllle Owensboro and Henderson only Train No 43 Shut and Express dally ar rives Cloverport 7 5 p m Evansvlllo 1030- p m Stops at all stations No 45 dully St Louis fast train leaves CIa verport 11 001l M arrives Evansvlllo 1351 A M St Louis 1 20 A bt stops at llawesvllle Owensboro and Henderson only Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND Train No 2 Daily except Sunday leaves Fordsville 420 a m arrives Irvington 815 a mTrain No4 Dally except Sunday leaves Fordsvllle 940 p m arrives Irvlngton 600 pm Train No 6 Sunday only Fords vlllo 000 a m Irvington 833 p m WEST ROUND Train No 3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irvlngton 1100 am arrives Fordsville 305 pmTrain No leaves Irvington 810 p m arrives Fordsvllle 1100 p m HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Round trip homeseekers excursions to West and Southwest first and third Tuesdays each month at greatly reduced rates One way second class colonist tickets to South and Southeast first and third Tuesdays each month at reduced rates Following Worlds Fair tickets on daily sale Cloverport to St Touis Seas on ticket 1130 60 day ticket 1955 IG day ticket 035 Reduced rates to Democratic National Convention St Lous Sunday Excursion Rates 125 Cloverport to Louisville and return on morning trains of July 10 good returning ou 43 or 45 same date QUARTERLY REPORT- OF TI- IKBreckinridge Bank- At tho closo of business on the 90th day ot Juno 100- 1RESOURCES Loans and discounts I 127823 82 Jvertlruttti unsecured Sflfl 64 Duo from NationalHanks 5 3SWOSb Duo from State Ranksi and Honours 18406 W 38TF8 G5 tanking house and lot 8W4 71 Other stocks and bonds 60962 IU Speclo C405 EO Currency 8205 00 12 010 Ell lurnlturo und fixtures 21M f6 215801 48 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid In In cash 451000 Surplus Fund 7iS3 r8 Jnillvlded profits 400 00 Deposits subject to check on which Inter tst Is not paid f 07001 68 Time certificates of de posits on which Intor est IIs pall 1J231 01 19121884 Unpaid dividends No CO 3 per ct declared this day 133 00 Fund to pay taxes 040 7 SUPPLEMENTARY highest amount of Indebtedness of any stockholder person eonipnuy or tlrm Including In tho liability of the llrm the Iitildliy of the individual members therolJ directly or Indirectly If such Indebtedness exceeds SO per cent of apltal stock actually paid In and actual amount of surplus of tho lInk I 00 How is indebtedness statd In above Item I secured Highest amount of Indebtedness of my director or ofllcer Jf amount of such Indebtedness exceeds 10 percent of paidup capital stock of Dunk 00 llovr Is same secured Does amount of Indebtedness of any person company or firm In cluding In the liability of the company or firm the liability of the In dividual members thereof exceed 30 per cent of paidup capital and actual surplus No indebtednessAmount of last dividend 3 per ct 135300 Were till expenses losses Interest and taxes deducted therefrom be fore declaring dividend and was not less than 10 per cent ot net profits of the bank for the period covered by the dividend curried to tine surplus fund before said dividend was declared Yes f 245864 48 STATE OF lEXTUCKYlss County of Hreckonrldec If A li Sklllman Cushlur of tho Brecken ridge Bank u bank located and doing busl Cloverport1Inthe foregoing report Is In all respects u true statement ot tho condition of the said Hank at the close of business on the 30th day of Juno 1004 to the best of his knowledge and belief and further says that tho business- of said Hank has been transacted at the loca tion named and nut elsewhere and that the above report Is mado in compliance with an illtclal notice received from the Secretary of State designating tho UOth day ofJuno ico4 us the day on which such report Khali bo matteA n SKILLMAN Cashier W II now 1 En I A It KISIIRR Directors- F L LIQHTPOOT Subscribed and sworn to before mo by A n iklllmun Cashier the 5th day of July 1004 CHARLES n SKILLMAN N P B O My commission expires Jan 15 1908 Mrs Ella La Neave of Franklin Tenu is the quest other mother Mrs English MEET ME AT NOLTES IIT MAKES THE HOUSEKEEPER NAPPY To have her goods delivered promptly and cheerfully YES MAAM IM COMING COM up Noltes Store Phone 5 Ring 2 factoryOrder CdickaMilling CoGRANDVIEW IND ss assssssss- I e II NOTICEI IIi- 8i8 i8Ii I to all kinds of new repair i work with accuracy in dKI guarantee all our to firstiiclass in Giveevery respect us trial aII jobi IiI I i KyII uesssssssessus slr OO sssssossssssassssseso or or r IJ JOHN S CIILLEY mmBRICKjj CONTRACTOR ft- to Louisville Ky I Few Railroads Building Railway building in the United States during the first six of 1004 shows off in comparison the corresponding periods of 1902 and 1003 Increased operating expenses and decreased traffic resulting in small net earnings together with the contin ued stringency iu the money market supply the explanation for the in construction Operating were materially increased luring the first quarter by the severity of the win ter and spring found und many of the railroads borrowing money for present necessitiesond constrained to retrench both in current expenses and in their projects for the immediate future plans for improvement and extensions proposed by some of the great systems consequently were sus pendedand are still held in From official reports receeived by the Railway Age it appears that 1987 miles of track was during the first six months of the year on Ivt lines in thirtythree states and territories In the first six months of last year 2221 miles of track were laid while for the entire year of 1003 it amounted to 5796 miles IlII You Wish For better bread rolls biscuit and pastry for your table JUST REMEMBER THAT CADICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR- will give them to you Tis saidlithe proof of the pudding is in the same with CADICKS GOLDDUST FLOUR it proves satis a trial sack from your grocer today u pared do and i- I and the work be i i i I months a falling with decline expenses ment Many railroad abeyance completed eating If you want anything painted right tells BertBeavin i and save money I CAN DO IT Bids gladly furnished on work of any kind My many years of experi ence and study of paint enables me to do the best work CLOVERPORT KY I Is my Address Mrand Mrs J E Keith left yester day lor a visit to the Worlds Fair ham The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY July 0 1004 i i This And That In And About Texas t Dear News In looking through old letters and papers in milady s desk the other day I chanced upon a letter pennel lor the News just one year after toy arrival in Texas and if not imposing upon your good nature and valuable space I will insert it here for the perusal of many old friends who repeatedly have asked me to write Yon may wonder why I delayed so long My answer is My othor self my husband is converted to Texas manners and customs more than I therefore he said bust to omit some expressions but a woman sometimes has her way so here it Is Today marks the twelvemonth period of our sojourn in the Lone Star state Friends ask How is Texas by this time Having ex perienced the changes four seasons bring we can better judge of Texas as a state and of its climate pro ducts and people than we could before and in the language of an eastern resident of this place we say It Is the hottest and the coldest the dryest and the wetest the richest and the poorest place on earth Coffers are either full or empty If full all is oright and happyap parently there is no thought of the morrow if empty their tale of woe is not unlike the sound that issues from the same source in other lands hardtimes We are told that Texans are an ungrateful peopleif houses and barns are not full to overflowing they are mourning the diflclency in crops when Kentuckians would think the Lord had sent torth a bountiful harvest and would be facing themselves about to see where they might lend their neighbors from their full storehouses and expect no returnsThis clunatel is hard on northern and eastern folks especially it they migrate in the springtime as we did though the spring and autumn weather surely is not surpassed any where This is such a bright sun shiny landthat I verilv believe people have brighter natures and that life looks fairer than it does to those who live where smiles and tears are mixed vet I have longed full many a time for one of those ex- qUIsite balmy summer days in old Kentucky when the sun was hid behind n cloud the livelong day It would be a relief from the extreme brightness I fool sure we have not seen six cloudy days in the twelve months Kentuckyt Is there a land so fair or a people ao proud that they do not bow to and acknowledge her to rank superior among her sister states for beautiful women tine steeds and and her never failing hospitality But henceforth I shall regard Texas as u formidable rival in the latter surely not in the second for buckln ponies are a spec laity and tine horses all of which are imported are a rarity Fair women like fine horses are scarce for freckles abound everywhere and a pink anda whitecomplexion so common at home is unseen here in its natural state but when it conies to healthy robust womanhood their name Islegion There are more fat and more lean people here extremes I mean than I have seen elsewhere There is variety in every phase of life There OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood In your body passes through your kidneys once every three minutes SHK The kidneys are 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your money baqk Never sold In bulk I am thnnkful for tho good Dr Miles AntiPain Pills have and aro doing me Ever since the war I have hall spells of severe throbbing head ache caused by catarrh until six years ago I began taking AntiPain Pills tho only remedy that ever gave mo relief Since then I have not had one hard attack because I take n Pill and it overcomes tho dlffeultyGEOSA- IYNDERS Greensburg Jnd Write to us for Free Trial FREE Package of Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills the New Scientific Remedy for Pain Also Symptom Blank Our Specialist will diagnose your case tell you what Is wrong and how to right It LBORATORIFSELKILEIDIITtINDO are all kinds cf people all kinds of appearing people and people from everywhereAn at home with my neighbors revealed the fact that a dozen states are represented One tall sylphliKe woman says Well Im a Texan another stout and stately sayslIly home was among palmetto grovesthe sweetest spot on earth a third Im from the moun- taIns of Tennessee and another I came from the ricefields of Louisiana then a rather timid woman spoKe I left my old Kentucky home eer girlhoods blush had tinted my cheeks but well do I remember the old home the trickling waters from the hillside spring and even now In fancy I see and smell the orchard pink and white with bloomall a fragrant mass before my eyes Ive never seen it since- I cannot refrain from saying tnat everyone respects and honors Kentuckians They are spoken of and acted toward as the grandest specimens of manhood and womanhood on earth Oftentimes when walking or driving with friends I remark Who is he or she They look like Kontuokians I invariably get a smile for an answer Our good housekeeping is greatly admired yetone would scarcely think appreciated for women in general simply live an outdoor life re maining so little indoors that very necessary duties scarcely receive need ed attention They say It isesseni tial to our very existonce but we think there are other essentials also All things considered we like Texas very well but tind here as else where those of the feminize per suasion whp persist in watering their buttermilk Ella Mosely Lewis Temple Texas June 27 1004 Death To Chiggers Every one Knows who gues camping that Chiggers are annoying and pain ful Paracamph not only relieves the chigger bite but Kills the chigger Apply it freely rub In well It will give immediate relief so take a bottle along with you New Jersey Man lias Not Slumbered For Ten Years I Trenton N J June28 Albert B Herpin the sleepless wonder of Tren ton is still awake and according to his own statement he expects to stay awake the rest of his life Physicians who up to the present timehave re frained from making public their opinions of this strange case now come forward and vouch for the truth of the story that Herpin is the sleepless marvel of the century Dr C H Waters of Trenton says Herpin has taken enough drugs in the hopeof obtaining sleep to sill an ordinary luau many times over He says there is not another case like this The man is never ill never drowsy eats heartily and weighs 180 poundsI treated Albert E Herpi LI for over ten years says Dr William 13 Van Duyn of Trenton and his case stands alone At his request I have said nothing about him till now but from my own observation nis case stands alone in medical his tory Physicians have doubted that he has not slept for ten years and tests have been made to see if he really lid stay awake One of these sleep tests was made recently in Philadelphia in the office of Dr J il V Pollock Ho gives the following account of his experience with Herpin WhenHerpiu first came to me for treatment I did not credit ins story about remAining awake all night To satisfy myself I proposed a week for a test One doctor watched hun by day and myself at night Nothing resulted from this test His pulse kept normal Ho lost nothing in weight T and was never nervous I wanted to give his case to the pub lie atthotlme but he would not con sent He nas withdrawn his ob jeotlons now hence this statement As a general proposition the doctors say that fourteen days of sleeplessness usnallyresults In insanity Herpini mental faculties are equally normal as his physical organs and senses The case recalls the statement accredited to Thomas A Edison some years ago that sleep is a bad habit handed down from the ages in which candles or artificial Illumina tion of any kind were unknown Ac cording to Edisons theory men will gradually accustom themselves to fewer hours of sleep and perhaps In the later stages of evolution live the whole of their allotted time in wake fulnessPARKER IS THE MAN St Louis June 30John Sharpe Williams of Mississippi Democratic leather in the house of representatives selected tor temporary chairman of the national convention to meet in St Louis next week says Judge Parker is the strongest man the Democrats can nominate for president This because he is not an extremist because no Democrat will have to eat crow to accept him and be cause ne is a healthy man phj slcally and mentally with consistent Democratic record behind him Mr Williams came to St Louis to participate in State University rally day at the fair and get on the ground early for the convention He expects to stay until the convention adjournsParker the One Man Mississippi and the South are strong for ParKer IIsaid Mr Wil liams I am a Parser man I be lieve ho is not only the most avail able man but he is preeminently the man upon whom all can agree Judge Parker is a strong man healthy in both body and mind big and strong physically and has a uig brain with broad views Furthermore he has a consistent Democratic record behind him Despite the fact that there is a real fight on for lust place on the ticket some talk abontthe vice presidential nomination is heard Senator Car mack cf Tennessee Jonh Sharpe Williams of Mississippi and former Congressman Benjamin F Snively of Indiana have been mentioned According to the friends of Mr Bryan the 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ilammntlqna quickly relieved and cured by the use pf Para oampb a safe reliable Guaranteed claimed for it or refunded s l Miss CARRIE of Mount writes Dr R V asfollows I was back in my old home when your letter came 1 will try and explain regarding the good I received from your medicines For over one year 1 from what my physician pronounced womb trouble Had with doctors in the East and also in the West but only temporary relief The next of sickness I found no better and in that way it kept going on time to time until I became I resolved to write you for advice I purchased two of Dr Favorite Prescription two vials of his and by only that small quantity I have found wonderful relief I say to all who are suffering from troubles similar to mine that it is unnecessary to be sick when one can use Dr remedies I TO Is told In Dr Sense It is For a copy send 21 oncccnt to cover Dr R V N Y i In India there arc four cat meat yet they are It is going to say cent of meat never reach comes i Is food 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or wo might say the natdral fluid refined by contact with the human lifeprin ciple soul spirit mind or whatever term we choose to adopt for it As our sensations constitute the pleasures of life it can be readily seen that the higher we turn on this sensuous delignt the more electricity is brought into play and as we knots that excess Always reacts for pain or depres sion it is logical to believe that n superabundance of electricity must have been expended Nature of course will supply the loss but suppose we make the same experiment again before we have fully recovered from the first debauchery Will there not be a greater de ficiency Now there are other energies that robusaf this vital essence overwork excitement anger worry Ag Y r a- f a gravations trials etc all debilita ting to the nervous system the channel or medium through whicht nature has to supply us If that I medium is out of order how can she do it Health which is happiness there fore depends upon the care we take of ourselves If we do our duty at thmaaend of the line nature will do the rest Arthur F Milton in Medical Talk Plies Upon Top of Piles j i Piles upon top of piles of people have the Piles and DeWitts Witch Hazel ti Salve cures them There are ma ytdifferent kinds of Piles but if yore get the genuine and original Wltcu Hazel Salve made by E O PeWitfc Co of Onicago a cure is certain H A Tisdaleof Snminertont S 0 Rays I had piles 20 years Rod DeWitts Salvo cured me after every thing else failed Sold by nil druggists Gii A Thought for the WeekiDonjjf thiotc because your first advertisement meets with no seesaw = that you should drop It Keep roc r self continually before the public lAnd soon the public will begin feK patronize you provided you giye them what you advertise JIc i- p yL4 R 1 rIt 1 I THE NS ONE YEAR 50 CENTS t Everybody should take I Advantage of This rare Opportunity OFFER HOLDS GOOD UNTIL AUG 1 1904 I for Just 50 cents Less IIyACopy than one cent A Year of Happiness GET THE NEWS FOR YOUR WIFE AND FAMILY nl sr rrrrraarrlrrrrr e tThe Bicycle and Automo bile Face The Oolf Squint The Golf Walk t The Doleful and Depressed t s s Expression of Most Women The Effort to Overcome L aThis= a Duty How to see i a About It K AiRASiitAilAifit AkAA1RA AAi t tTheoutdoor lueno less thau the in- doorp life is bound to leave Its mark on a womans faco and bearing By this I dont refer only to the elfeotof wind and sun on the com 1 generaltalthi mpatibn to which one most devotes r oneself will in time alter the expres slou of the countenance Recognizing 7 thisit behooves the woman who takes op tiny outdoor sport to avoid the mares connected with piich a eport It ia not long since the papers were tall of what was known as the bi cycle face There was no necessity for describing it We all knew it as soon asWe saw it An eager an i =fops look a straining forward look sometimes nu expression almost of ter jor it did not make a pleasant 1m ipression upon any one who saw ItIi The bjcycle face was not the property l 0 k of women alone Men had it too butI H jh jl oddly enough it was seldom seen on f Children They bless their hearts I 1f4 were too busy enjoying their wheels r to have anv powers to waste on wor Tying about anything j+ That tho bicycle face was not a j nocessary accompaniment of wheel jut was proved by the fact that it was J JjL not universal More than that Itjj N wwa usually to be seen upon the un aconstomed and timid rider This I t wkB perhaps natural but when tho K transient expression was permitted to oome permaneut it was either the- xeliu1t of carelessness cr of n lack of iapprecifciion of the effect even alas t wing wood may have on the features I If the mood is repeated frequently I iit enough I Perhans it is a matte of course tin+t when a timid person learns rr TKJ ride a wheel the lack of self con 1tjience should for time being show in Thefacobut this lack of self confidence t = iM inot an abiding thing Onfor- V I innately However the look sometimes 1 Jie One cat see that in other than A outdoor pursuits Facial tricks are 1 Miljr acquired and even when recog I l aixdd are hard to shake off They O J rrvrrrrQrrrrerr rtJrrrrrrt+rYrarr n rrrrrr- rrHabits and FacesIi UY CHRISTINE TERHUNE HERRICK Copyright toot by Christine Terhuno Herrick dA dAiCiCO RARA iC fillARA ifQ tA RAril iQitilCf AA AAilfil A are worse when their owner tails to know they are in existence 1 was amused one evening to ob serve the expressions of the faces of several preoona who were sitting a bout a room engaged in various pur suits At ono side of the room an elderly man was writing All the while the pen moved his lips moved alsonot repeating the words he was writing but twitching back and forth in a measured tashion as if the thoughts of the brain had their count erpart in the movements of the lips Another member of the family rend a book in which she was deeply interested and the play of the authors fanny was indicated by the motions of the readers eye brows When there was omellnug a little unusual or amusing the brows went up almost into the hair when there was pathos or matter for indignation the brows were drawn together It was no wonder that the forehead wan a maze of creases longitudinal and vertical Next to the reader sat her sister orochetingJjpand out went the needle and evd time the hook drew the wool through a loop the lips were pursed up While the mother of the girls who sat sewing snapped her eyes energetically with every stitch she set Perhaps this may seem an exaggeration but let any one who questions the possibilityrof such u set of ex pressions in one honsenola tike the lainsto give a little study to the facial tricks of those about her Possibly the group I instanced may have had es pecially mobile countenances but there are plenty of others When we see this sort of thing provoked by ordinary indoor avocations is it any wonder that a more exciting pursuit leaves its mark on the facet While bicycling was one of the first sports to receive thu honour of nay Ing an expression named after it other sports have followed in its wake I do not refer now to the ex pressions gained by athletes The look of the football or the baseball player may like other occupations have a whole range of expressions of its own And there are other outdoor ways of life that leave their warka nark that is not objectionable We ill know the gaze of the sailor or of the man accustomed to Hooking off over wIde spaces of prairie There is nothing unpleasant about these It is when the bicycle face means a set look of anxiety or of peevishness when the fixing with the eye of the Dole to which the ball mutt be driven means the golf squint when the long stride across the links has produced the touching ungraceful gait wick has been dubbed the golf walk that it be omes necessary to give the subject of these idiosyncasia some serious consideration There can be no good thing without he defects ot its qualities Our care oust be not to let the defects out weigh the qualities or to permit a really admirable thing to do us harm ill well as good lITake bicycling for Instance r L a The price of subscription to the Breckenridge News from now until Aug 1 1904 will be 50 cents a year This low rate is made to old and new subscribers alike Old subscribers who wish to take advantage of it may do so by paying all arrearages to date at the rate of 10 cents a month and then add 50 cents for each year in advance No guesses or premiums go with this offer By paying five years in advance 250 would be saved There is money in this offer for you Ask Your Friends to Subscribe and Help Us on to the 3000 Mark Send in the Names of Friends I rrrrrrrrrsrt rrerrr A Author of Cradle and tb ttokeeper Housekeep t ing Made Easy What to EatIIln City I Tents Etc ttJ AAifflilA7i111 Iililttif it1AO The wheel may have seemed to los its popularity for a brief timebnt Itt had come back to staynt as someone says as a fall but as a homely custom The day has probably gone by when people go bicycle madul tnongh when one sees the wheels of the present day one can pardon an occasional attack of mania but the time has arrived when the bicycle is a matter of course not only forgetting about the country on errands and the like but also as a factor in de veloping a higher physical standard Anything that will make stronger hearts that will stimulate torpid organs and clear the brain is bound to have the support of thinking people everywhere A horse or an auto mobile may take one about and awak en a love of outdoors but a horse or an automobile is not within the reaoh pf persons of moderate moans Therefore the wheel possesses advantages for the every day man and wo men that can be offered by no other beans of locomotion bo good a thing as this should not sink into condemnation because those who use it are too weak or too careless to conquer the few drawbacks connected with it There is uo reason why a b6yce should be the cause of a bowed v hnnchPd up back or of an unpleasant countenance if its riders will pay as much attention to their attitudes and their expres son alt they do to the costumes tney wear when riding The case is the same with golfUtbe royal game II More and more it grows In popularity Tne businedn man finds in it an outdoor sport which gives him exercise and amusement at the same time and the girl who plays golf has become a recognized feature In our social outdoor life The game js worthy of all commendation nod is doing the work of n life saving station for men who could never before be coaxed from their offices during the daylight hours Bnt Is It to leave an unsIgHtly maw upon those who partake of its benefits Shall that which is admirable on the golt course be transported to the street and the drawing ruom Shall the half closed eye which scans the space fato be covered in tho next drive oe fixed upon ones visnvis at the din menapromenade to church with long slouching steps dropped shoulders and swinging arms The poise that is acquired by shouldering the bog of golf clubs or by posing oneself for the drive is out of place except on the linksYet if one must choose between these and the dispirited droop of mouth and shoulders that are found among the women who live the stay athome life and know nothing of the joys of free exercise in the good open air let us for the love of mercy have anything that the bicycles orthe automobiles or golf or tennis can give us The one at least is a sign of a healthful mode of life however much we may deprecate the form it takbs But why should one have eitherAlready I have tried to indicate in these papers that one need not sao rifice a complexion in order to win proficiency in outdoor sports The small amount of care that is given to time skin will keep it in tolerable order and the attention that IS he stowed npon the expression will not bo thrown away Oniy recently have our thatefresh air and systematic exercise will do for their health and looks There are still too many of them who neg lect all these things and are content to lose attractiveness and youth and strength sooner tnan take the pains to go out of doors It would make mutters infinitelv worse if those who have been converted to the gospel of exercise and oxygen should do their case harm oy displaying expressions and habits which prejudice the stay athomes against the pursuits to wmch they should be won The pill that will will fill the hill Without a gripe To nleanse the liver without a quiver Take one at night DeWitts Little Early Risers are small easy to takeeasy and gentle in effect yet they are so certain in results that io one who nses them is disappointed For quick rehef from biliousness sick headache torpid liver jaundice dizziness nnd til troubles arising from an inactive sluggish liver Eary Risers are un equaled Sold by all druggists The Lemon UH 3IeillcIno The value of lemons in the treatment of both rheumatism and consumption Is now known to be very great The treat ment is to begin with one or two n day and gradually Increase the number In one case of rheumatism twentyfive lemons a day were the dose for u time As n preventive of illness however a bait a lemon a day is all that should be taken that Is If taken every day year In and year out A half a lemon In a cup of hot water taken an hour be fore breakfast without any sugar will annihilate the darkest of dark brown tastes In ones mouth If you make n practice of eating more butter and sug ar than is good for you take lemon and hot water every morning Maxwells Talisman CATOBXB M time You Have Always Bflttgta llpature aof tgjlt J t r Send the News to Your Folks away r From Home as a Gift 1I The More Subscribers We Have the r Better Paper We Can Make Will You Help Make the News Great f I 1 I A KNOWN REPUTATION Time Geo Delker Cos reputation in the vehicle business is well knownIt gracefullydesignedIt stands for the 1 kwest prices at which really good vehicles can be sold It stands for the newest and latest styles It stands for reputationTheIrnew catalogue or call at factory on Elm Street Henderson Ky THE GEO DELKER CO IIA CORPORATION I N l Sold by dealers everywhere If your dealer does not handle the Geo Delker Work write direct to the factory WW A W W 9 + VEGETABLE SICILIAN RenewerWhy soonbestops falling hair and makes hair growPil JU loo nA Shrewd rrouolnr A preacher advocating the support of a charitable object prefaced the circulation of the boxes with this address From the great sympathy I have witnessed In your countenances there is only one thing I am afraid of that some of you mny feel inclined to give too much Now it Is my duty to In form you that Justice should always be n prior virtue to generosity there fore I wish to have It thoroughly understood Jhnt no person will think of putting anything Into tho box who can not pay his debts The result was an overflowing col lection London TitBits- According to the Code The commanding officer had surprised the young lieutenant nod his daughter trying to occupy the same chair Time lieutenant sprang to his feet and sa lilted Sir ho said I have the honor to report nn engagement at close quarters In which I have been entirely vlctorl OUStIt now merely remains for you to give your sanction to the tenus of sur render A Wnnlc ot Money But expostulated Jones If yoad only pay me what you OWO mo I could pay Smith what 1 owe him I know It said Robinson But Smith wouldnt pay me what be owes je You and I would merely impoverish ourselves to enrich Smith town Toolca t Wed in Kentucky Building St Louis June 9The New Ken tuoky Home has added another to its list of honors and has become a place for Kentucky marriages Today at 5 oclock 7 Richard Willard of Brandenburg and Miss Susie Boyd of Salem were united in marriage at the popular state building Weak Hearts are caused by indigestion I you eat a httle too much or If you are subject to attacKs of indigestion the stomach pandsewel1e and puffs up against the heart This crowds the heart nod shortens the breath Rapid heart beats and heart disease is the final result Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat takes tho strain off the heart cures indigestion dyspepsia sour stomach and contri butes nourishment strength and health to every organ of the body Sold by all druggists Composer of Dixie Dead v Y Mount Vernon Ohio June 29 Dan Emmett an old timeHminstrel famous as the composer of Dixie died here today aged elghtysiY years His last public appearance was four years ago when he tonrad the country with a minstrel companyt I 1 r Ayetll p pYoucan depend on Ayers Vigor to restore color to your gray hair every time Follow directions and it never fails to do this work It stops HairVigor fallingofthehairalso Theres great satisfaction in knowing you are not going to be disap pointed Isnt that so I faded until It win about white It 11fThair bottle ot Arcri Hair Vigor to rvitore It to lIa former dark rich color Your Hair Vigor certainly doer what you claim fo- rItA M IIOOOAX HocklngLitm ti C PIQO a bottle f c ATER CO aftfo- rFading mmmuimntmlim Hair The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JULY 0 1901I IRVINGTON Mrs Hensel has returned from West PointOmar Kemperof Gratz Kyls here for a visit- Bornto the wife of Manley Roach it girl June 25 lion Bland and family of Branden I burg pent Monday nere HB Kemper spent from Saturday untftlTuesday in Louisville Loo lshoft and family went to Mitohel Ind to spend Monday Miss Ellen Munford is the guest of Mrs PAUI Dempster at GlendeaneII Miss Emily MoAteer of Louisville is with Mrs Piggott for an indefinite stayCrayton Claycomb has taken a po sition with the Cumberland Telephone If CompanyMiss Miller left last week for 11 Hardinsburg her old home to visit relqaItbes t Mr and Mrs Frank Gregory of Louisville will bo visitors at Mt Pisgait soon Rev Cleaton of Louisville was a caller at the Baptist parsonage Satur day evening William Ditto and wife of Brandon 11 burg spent Sunday with the family ot F H McGheu Mrs John Bolin and mother Mrs Perry left lust weeK for a lengthy visit to Fordaville CM McGlotnlaD now of West Point was here several times last week on business and pleasure Mrs J M Tydings and grandson Theodore Robin of ulsvlllearo here seeing their many relatives Mrs Kickolns NeUierton and little daughter of Stephensport are with her fathers family for a visit Mica Lula Scott and sister Mrs Beard and little Francis were among many pleasant visitors last week Mrs J K Bramlette and child ren left last week to make an annual visit to her old home in Moade county Mrs Sam Shone nee Gilmore and children of Dennison Texasare with her uncle John LHenryfor an extend ed visitMrs Mack Avitt and two children of Guliport Miss arrived Saturday night on fast train and will spend the summer with her lather F H McGheeThe E church here is being renovated inside and out anti will look very neat indeed with its new coat of paint and new carpet Rev Roach a recent graduate of Georgetown college is here the guest of his brother The RevRoach leaves in September to go as a missionary to South China The Rev Lewis is sent by the Miss Ion Board to hold a meeting at Forks of Rough His regular appointment here will be tilled by Rev J S Dun lap a seminary student Misses Mary Jacob Tyler Eva and Mabel McGlothlan and Mrs Heron Messrs Clarence McGlothlan Jim Biggs W J Pggott Robt Jordan attended the dedication of the M E 3unrch Sonth at Glendeane Sunday BIG SPRING Mrs John D Meadoi returned home from Louisville Saturday Mrs Clay Rawlingsof Kansas City Mo is here visiting relatives Miss Francis Strauss returned to her home at Louisville Sunday Mrs Charlie Stith visited relatives- at Guston Saturday and Sunday Rev Russel attended the preachers institute at Beaver Dam last week Simon Loeb and wife of Louisville are the company of her sister Mrj H Meyer = I Grand = Masonic Event ATuu HARDINSBURG AUGUST 20 1904 On that da- teBreckenridge Lodge No 67 F i A M Will lay the corner stone of their new Tem ple which will shortly be erected The officers of the Grand Lodge are expect ed to be present and officiate and it is believed that it will be one of the greatest occasions for Hardinsburg in many years Full particulars will be given the public shortly tat = i r DOLLAR HUMOR CURE FromPimplesto From Infancy to Age To those who have suffered long and hopelessly from Humors of the Blood Skin and Scalp and who have lost faith in doctors medicines and all things human CUTICURA Soap Ointment and PiUs appeal with a force hardly to be realized Every hope every expectation awakened by them has been more than fulfilled More great cures are daily made by them than by all other Skin Remedies combined a single set costing but one dollar being often sufficient to cure the most distressing cases of tortur ing disfiguring humors eczemas rashes itcnings and inflammations of the skin and scalp with loss of hair when all else fails Sold throughout the world Cutleurt SoP 25c0lnt mtnt JSOc KcKlTcnt Me In form of Chocolateioated CIhounur u Are Potter Drug ft Chem corpLSola Prop Of Send for All About Scalp Mrs Strother and daughter Miss Zelma are visiting relatives at HodgenvilleMisses and Vertie Moor man entertained the Idle Hour Club at dinner Thursday X Mr and Mrs Sam Jacobs of San Francisco Cal will rrive to be the company of her niece Mrs H MeyerDr OConnor wife and boysof EUzabethtown were here Friday the guests of her grandmother Mrs Amanda damson Dr Strother was called to Howe Valley Wednesday in consultation with Dr Pertte to see Mrs Elsy Williams who has been ill Miss Edna Dowell left Friday for Cecilia to visit the Misses Mossbog ger and will visit the Misses Dowell at Vine Grove before returning Mr James Moorman came down from West Point last Monday and re mained over until Tuesday with his parents Mr and Mrs Achilles Moor manMiss Maggie Scott and urother Arthur who have been visiting their aunt Mrs A R Norris left for Enrdlnsburg Sunday to visit their brotherMr and Mrs F Pelt who were here visiting their granddaughter Mrs John D Meador were called back to Louisville last Thursday on account of toe Illness of Mrs Meadore sister and Mrs Meador accompanied them DERBY IND Mrs Emma Badger woo has been ill is some better Mr and Mrs Scott Hargis were in Canueltpn last week Will Martin and son Guy were in Cauneltou last Monday Mr and Mrs Henry Black went to Cannelton Thursday Emery Hargis of Louisville visited relatives in town last week John McGuity came home last week from New Middletown Ind l Brownsville Tenn May 31 tOOl Dr E W Hall Dear SIrI have need your Great Discovery for kidney and bladder troubles and nave been very greatly benefited by It and I can fully recommend It to any one sneering in the same manner Respectfully Giles Rives Postmaster oj A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of the Texas Won der Halls Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emission weak and lame backs rheumatism and all Irregularities of the kidneys and blad der in both men ana women regulates bladder troubles in oaildren If not sold by your druggist it will be sent by mail on receipt of 1 One uiall bottle Is two months treatmentand seldom tails to perfect a acre Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer P 0 Box 029 St Luis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggists Office 3031 Olive street JI I Misses Katie Roberts and Jessie Warren of Chenault were in town Fri day Miss Minnie Higdon of Chenault spent last week with Miss Goldia Har per who is ill Misses Lucile and Ada Cunningham and Dr Ewett Fr mire of Chenault were in town Friday Sam Carr who has been the guest of friends nnd relatives here has return ed to his home in Elizabethtown Ky Ivan Martin returned to his work in Evansville after a plesant stay of two weeks here with relatives and friueds Mr and Mrs John Lynn Yeagle and daughters Ruth and Jean return ed to their home in Chicago Thursday Miss Babe Davis visited Mrs Clara Gover at Will Riddles last week Mr aud Mrs Gover are here on a visit from Tennessee Mrs Edith Stuart of Dexter and son Carl spent Friday night and Sat urday with Mrs Henry Black She was then accompanied home by Miss Calla Black who visited at Dexter for sever aldaysMrs Anna Carr and daughters Louella and Juanita who came over to attend the wedding of their son Oscar to Miss Ivy Mitchell went to Caunelton last week on a visit From there they will go home to Elizabeth town Ky S uowdr- opTOBINSPORT Mrs JD Stith is on the sick list Charley Hawkins Is nursing0 a very badankle MrsJacob Leouschwho has been suf fering with dropsy is some better Miss Mabel England is visiting friends and relatives at Cannelton Ind Miss zeoiili Hyde is visiting her sist er Mrs John Rickets at German Ind Miss Annie Mary Payne who has been in Louisville for sometime re turned home Sunday to be at the bed side of her grandfather Henry Miller who is very low with cancer of the faceMrs George Winchell who has been to Louisville undergoing an operation for Vistula has returned home thinking she was much improved but she has become worse again and iis very low I Dewdr- opPATESVILLE John Arbra was in Dukes Sunday N StarkP Jr was In Cloverport SundayIra of Dcantield was the guest of Phs Tula Lamb Sunday + q BeautifulSeven c- Hills Chautauqua m OwensbproJKy BIGGER BRIGHTER BETTER Matchless- Programme Aug 4 to 19 1904 tableReFirstclass feed IIWriteII that tells you all about it lately FREE AbfoII i illd MR GEO A N UGNESetI SAYSAS I DID AT 20 r t Peruna is the Medicine for the Poor Man 5 MassAvetipcruna has done me more good than anything 1 have ever taken I am fortyflveIyears old now and feel as good as 1 did at 20 I was very thin and run down but 1timesGeo A Hughes A Congressman Uses Pcruna In ills Family lion Thos J Henderson Member of Congress from Illinois and Lieutenant in tho Union Army for eight years writes from the Lemon building Washington D 0 as follows Peruna has been used In my fami ly with the very best results and 1 take pleasure In recommending your valuable remedy to my friends as a tonlcandan effective cure torcatarrh Thos J Henderson Catarrh assumes different phases in different seasons of the year In tho early summer systemic catarrh is most prevalent That tired all worn out feel W J Fawver has gone to Luxona Ark where he will reside Dr W L Lawlace moved his family to Horse Branch Thursday Clint Reid left Sunday for Tell City where he will engage in worn Miss Eula Clark of Shorts Station is visiting her grandparents Mr and Mrs S Baker The Childrens Day services which were held in the Baptist church last Sunday were very largely attended Miss Bertha Bowlds of Cloverport who has been spending a week with lJrsN Starks returned home Sun dayMiss Dora Stephen of Hawesville who OAS been spending several days with her sister Mrs Powers returned home Sunday Mr and Mrs F K Gordon and little daughter Pauline ofOwens boro attended the Childrens Day ser vices here Sunday Preaches at Lucile Memorial Dr Donald McDonald of Louisville preached at the Lucile Memorial Pres byt rian church Sunday morning and evening Mrs Mary J Dowell of Big Spring was in the city Thursday en ruute to Craig Mo to visit her son Robt DowelCASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- t3lgriatnrof 0C Many Suffer With Catarrh and Dont Know It The Phase of Catarrh Most Prevalent in Summer Is a Run Down Worn Out Con dition Known as Systemic Catarrh a ing in nine cases out of ton is due to a catarrhal condition of the mucous membranes Peruna cleanses the muCouS membranes and cures tho catarrh wherever located There arc no remedies for catarrh juit ftutcsf j If you do not derive prompt and Batten factory results from tho uo of Peruna t write at onto to Dr Hartman giving A full statement of your case and ho will be pleased to give you his valuable advice gratis Address Dr Hartman President of Tho Hartman Sanitarium Columbus Ohiol Difficulty at Picnic r- At the big barbecue at Hordinsburg MondayForrestBlaineof Stephensport u and Dick Dooley ci near Hardias burg became involved in a clifficalt Dooley was struck on the head with a club hy Blaine and Dooley cut sever bed gashes in lllaines back withah knife The condition of neither is serviJ bus GR- EATLight h I 00 t PicnicAT Near Hardins Mill Friday Night July 22 ir RefreshmentsMusic Dancing Floor Choice Milling Wheat wantedr I We are today paying 90cts per buste1 de livered on track Louisville for No 2 Soft Red t Winter Wheat and aim at all times to pay the top market price 1 J COMMUNICATE WITH US BEFORE SELLING 1 Ballard Ballard Co lJ ff- t ti r July 6 1904 Louisville jyvt 1 0 ctJ 4 tt c Y R