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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tid4PPMA r ray ear t- Ii ffiM f THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOE XXVIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 13 1904 8 Pages NO 52 y Stealing His Ginseng I Unknown parties have been steal ing ginseng from W S AsUby pro prletor of the Highland Nursery sever al miles below this city Mr Ashby is very anxious to apprehend the culprits and has cautionsd local ginseng dealers to be on the looKout for t hem Mr Ashby has been endeavoring to get a start with ginseng on his farm so that he may raise it on a large scale but his efforts have been meeting with bad lucK the precious root being stolen out of the Held upon several occasions A Sustaining Delt pThese are the enervating + das when nssomebody has said men drop by the sunstroke as if the Day of Fire iwd dawned They are fraught with daner- to people whose systems are poorly sus tained and this loads us to say in the interest of the less robust of our readers that the full effect of Hoods Sarsaparilla is such as to suggest the pro priety of calling this medicine some thing besides a blood purlfiec and to- nicaRY a sustaining deft It makes it much easier to bear the heat assures refreshing sleep and will without any doubt avert much sickness at this time of year p Cloverport is a Healthy Town It few deaths is an index to the health of a place Cloverport IB certainly one of the healthiest towns in the country and this fact alone should cause more people to louate within its limits The small number of deaths here daring the first half of 1004 for a town of nearly 2000 inhabitants seems almost remarkable tQ nQt a lew persons who have noted the fact dad discussed it During some months there lidsSnot been a single death and sometimes for five and six weeks this is the case as durIng this summer A School With PrestigeI The Southern Normal School needs jno introduction to the public It I lies been in oonstant and successful operation for the last twentyeight years and has won an enviable rep station for thorough and practical irwork It operates the School of Law Music Elocution Oratory Pedagogy Preparatory County Certificate State Certificate Junior Scientific Senior n Scientific and Classic Courses Anyone contemplating taking any of these courses should write for handeomo Catalogue and Illustrated Journal Mention course wanted Address H H Cherry President Bowling Green Ry 9Enlists In Regular Army J Beavin of this city enlisted in the regular army last week at the Qwensboro recruiting station He will be sent to Columbus BarracKS 0 Buy Two Thirds Interest On Thursday morning Short Haynes the druggists bou ht a two thuds interest in Oelze Company Roar mill in this city Married in Oklahoma William A Buren formerly of Breckenrldge county w as married to Miss Margaret Hyenck of Oklahoma City OKla Monday morning ntJ oclock The wedding took place in Oklahoma City at St Josephs Catho licchurchMr who for the past three years has made his home in Oklaho ma was recently appointed a substitute railway clerk in the eleventh division Miss Hyenck has been casbI ier at Pieisols shoe store in Oklano ma City for the past year Worlds Fair Attendance bt Louis July 10The statement given out by the Worlds Fair man agement tonight regarding the numI oer of admissions to the Exposition during the past weeK shhws the role lowing record Monday July 4 172 140 Tuesday July 5 77809 Wed nesdav July 0 8d852 Thursday July 7 83058 Filday July 8 74185 Saturday July 03051 Total 093308 Recapitulation April one day 187 793 May twentysix days 1001 891 Jane twentysix days 3124880 July eight days 770200 Total to July 10 409320 Rushville Ind Messrs Ely Bros I have been a great sufferer trom catarrh Hud hay fever and tried many thingsbut found no permanent relief until I found it in Elys Cream Balm about eight years ago and we have been fast friends ever since Rev KMBiontley Messrs Ely BrosFind enclosed 60 cents for which please send me yonr Cream Balm I find your remedy the quickest and most permanent cure for cold in the head catarrh etc Yours truly Dell M Potter Gen Mgr Arizonia Gold Mining Co TuttleGoes to Utopia Irvington Ky July 12Specln1 Prof R B Tuttle has been elected principal of Utopia College at Glen Irvingtonregrets is a fine instructor and a Christian gentleman and Glendeane is to he congratulated on securing his ser vices While at Irvington Mr Tnttle made many friends who wish him success in all vocations of life Doing Good Business Mr and Mrs Jamea L Nichols of Shreveport La have been the guests of his parents Mr and Mrs Robert Nichlos the past week Mr Nichols went to Shreveport from Cloverport about four years ago He is doing a very good business in the butcher trade in his adopted town Educate Your Children We take boys and girls under our personAl supervision Write for in formation Address H fl Cnerry President Southern Normal School and Bowling Green Business College Bowling Green Ky i i ei rt 1 I Last was the opening day of the national I 10000 people be ing seated in the great at St Louis when the was called to order The feature of the day was the address of tho Hon John Sharp cha irman of the With sharp sarcasm he assailed the official record of the party and told how the party intends to carryout in its marked the of the was given a number of hearty cheers The mention of name evoked a noisy I the efforts of officials to control the were J the day being one of wild disorder j The had in the j hall With 2000 or 8000 of their root ers and hooters and to I sotte Bryan a great ovation I when he entered the hall but it was I also plain to many that the ovation was he having received only the cheers of the hooters who had been to sale as much hl as possible for Bryan to the Punter and was Parker the lion Clark who was elected over Halley of Texas in his speech the time and again with his wetly digs at and the day the was busy Gov for spent the hours Fri day for the report of the on which had been at work for hours on the A was ap by Clark to call on the and learn from them when their report would be to the conven tion Just before the noon hour the that the would until 8 oclock p m to prepare its report but that the Action of the wonld be unanimous and a which he wonld bring the party a The con vention then took a recess until 8 at 8 oclock Friday even ing the held an session The was read and soon after the of the session but the were not made until 089 oclock when Judge Alton B Parker oP was for on the first ballot Parker votes on the first ballot Idaho her six votes giving him 004 votes and West added three votes giving him the 007 votes or Champ Clark moved that the nomina tion be made Amid the wildest the was made and the conven tion until 2 oclock One of the of the session was the master I fun address of Bryan who was I to by the vast With mote than any man who the pAt the last session of the for on tho fist ballot Davis is a railroad banker coal and United States Senator Early Parker sent a to the that he the gold as fixed and es tl would act in with his views if elected The mes caused a at the After a long debate the to Parker that his views were not with his of the and this answer was In a The of the of and a revision of the tariff of trusts an uanal in the of71i Favors expense the Wants of Favors laws giving andl VA Favors the of arid lands by of United States Senators by vote for and New Mexico Favors withI of the army Favors the ship honest of Hie civil service laws Send Your Boys and Girls to School Young given at tention Send tor andI Jtjrnal course wanted H H Cherry Green Ky THE NS ONE YEAR CENTS Everybody take Advantage of This rare Opportunity of to the now 1 be 50 a low is to old and new Old to of it do so by all to at the of 10 a and add 50 for in No or go By five in be is in for you Short Dead Willis Short a nepnew of G W Short of this city died at the home of his parents Mr and Mrs W G Short ut DurAnt I T on last of fever Ho was 1 nineteen years of age and the eldest son of Mr and Mrs W G Short a who resided in this city about fifteen years ago before they went to Union town Ky from whence they moved to Durant No Pity Shown For years fate waR after me con writes F A Verbena Ala I had n terrible case of Piles causing 4 tumors When all failed Arnica Salve cured me good for Burns and all aches and pains Only Cc at Short Haynes Drug Loss St July 10 Lieut Gen in a to the staff the report ofI the of Kai Chon 1 He says that the Russian loss did J not exceed 150 killed or J The General adds that the are on the Yin Kow I Night And Day The busiest and little thing that ever was made is Dr Kings Now Life Pills These pills change weakness into lint lessness it no energy into J mental power in up the health Only liocI per box Sold by Short With Rev Ker Rev T C Ker of at the Lucile Pres church and as was in the News last week The of the church were much witn Rev Kers sermons and will en deavor about the middle of this week to make for him to preach for them two in each month and to locate here Cut this out and take it to A R Fisher R A drug store and get a free and Liver Tablets the best pbydc They cleanse and the stomach the and the bowels size 25c per at Ky Jnly Frey aged sixteen of Frey who came here a short time ago from was drown ed here today She was in the river with her brother aged eight when she got her depth The body was CA SBears Kind You have Annals Bougtt 1l of of The Tar tract of land will be the center so to speak of the timber business in this county this summer A number of have been there this year and are being made by numiier of firms to do much sawing there the latter part of the summer A large of will be hauled to this point for giving to local Tne Gray Tie Co of alone owns 25000 worth of stand ing tiinoer near the Tar which they will convert into lumber as soon as A new concern Known as the Four Metals Co is being for the purpose of at Ill Messrs R N Hudson of this city L S Powers of of and Marion D Hoke of the State of South Dakota are at toe head of the company which is capital ized at 200000 The com pany is now down a shaft ard the are believed to be very by Messrs Hudson and Powers to Ky Jnly Our baseball team played a losing game with the Guston nine last Sat urday The nine is for a fine game here at an early date II A Liberal Offer The will give a free of and Liver Tablets to any one a reliable from of the stomach or This is a new and a good one A R Fisher and R A New Jesse of is now a new at- Tar place of the one that was badly several weeks ao by the of the boiler The new outfit was taken to the Tar Friday by Bros Eggs 18c doz Hens 8c 13o lb Co per lb Geese F F and F 13156 per dozt Ducks F F and F Ou per Ib 75c doz Butter 20c to 7 425 lb Y root lOc Ih May apple 3Mc Ib hams 18c Ib 9c lb 48clb 0 s 1 II II OFFER UOLDS GOOD UNTII AUG1904Lf 52 Issues for Just 50 cents Less L than one cent r A Copy A Year of Happiness PARKER AND DAVIS ARE CHOSEN AS STANDARD BEARERS BY DEMOCRATS Wednesday Democratic convention coliseum meeting Williams temporary Democratic National Convention Republican Democrat Jeffersonian precepts administrationThe passing Bryanism although Nebraskan Clevelands demonstratIun Thursday galleries hopeless BryanHearst combination succeeded packing convention according received manufactured BryanHearst instructed Tammany resigned programme Thursday everything Thursday Champ permanent chairman convulsed convention Republicans Republicanism During Kentucky delegation booming Beckbam vicepresidentThe morning waiting Committee Resolutions platform committee pointed Chairman Resolutions Committee submitted conventions emissaries announced Resolutions Committee require committee platformsubmitted declared rflorlouu vietory oclockBeginning convention allnight platform adopted opening nominations Saturday morning NefYork nominated president re4olved01 changed Virginia twothirds necessary unanimous enthusiasm nomination unanimous adjourned Saturday afternoon greatest futures listened audience attention spoke tiling convention convention nightHenrynominated vicepresident president operator former Saturday morning telegram convention stating regarded standard irrevocably blisnedand accordance sage general commotion con7eutlon convention replied inconsistent acceptance nomination overwhelmmglv Nutshell platform Democrats Denounces executive usurpation legislative judicial functions Opposes expansion Advocates Demands suppression Favors interoceunic reductions government investigation executive departments capital labortheir justdgntstreclamation irrigationFavors popular Demands statehood Arizona reciprocity especially CanadaFavors reduction generous pensions Denounces subsidy Demands enforcement students personal Catalogue Mention Address Bowling 50 j should adoptedPlatform The price subscription Breckenridge News from until Aug 1904 will cents year This rate made subscribers alike subscribers who wish take 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comet I paswnger he had no objections to making a little more ready money Out upon the Caspian shot the vessel and llnrvry watched the lazy methods of the miilos Five good men could have handled the bout in a stonn It took all twenty of them to do it In calm wnur- Hussai thought to earn the toner by placing Harvey on another boat He stood in the bow and scanned the horizon Hut all that day he saw none and began to Iowt uneasy It seems hn expects a host to over take him thought Harvey Hassan had boon looking ahead for a boat Now he cast his eyes astern lIe was looking for the Russian gunboat lie knewI would follow if it were tuspected that Kourn had been taken away In his vessel All night they sailed but saw nothing In the morn lug a cry broko from Hassan Just ahead lay a long low hull with sails that seemed capable if properly han died of producing great speed Astern could be seen the block smoke that came from an approaching steamer Hassan is surprised excited and nfndd said Harvey to himself I wonder if Ive got myself mixed up in ft smuggling game That looks like a Russian jiunlnxU comIng The crew were evidently as excited M HasMii and watched with anxious ojrts the gnnlmnt What vessel Is thatr shouted Has nil to Hi lhunt ahead as they soared boh OtlHT This is the Ilwat of our heavenly lord the ameer of Bokhara came the Mwrlltuaans vessel was schooner rig Jell The other was a sort of sloop having a single mast with lateen salt The sloop rounded to and Ilnseau touted I have some news for you Como close The Muscovites are comingI Let us be shrewd said the man on- the black boat Let not the Miuco 1te tee ill together What have you H Te you soon Mlzik Yes It Is that for which MIz4k went to Tillls Hurry If the Muscovites catch ine I shut be shot And what of me asked the other Ierakall Is not yet weary of this life H The lateen sail was drawn to the wind and tilt black boat shot away Curls upon those cowards What shall I dor walled Hwssan Then turning in fury upon Harvey he bawl Mi out This IB because of you miserable dog of a Giaour If they do not seize too I will kill you Allah Allah boI twalKHlJ Allah Ill Allah Mohammed Itesoul Ullah Strikes me yond bettor be saying Ood lie merciful to me a sinner said Harvey Youve been up to something mean Ill bet a dollar You have gut the most evil face 1 ever saw on a man 1 wonder if it is smug glint There was no use trying to get away The slow old tub was no match for the gunboat The hull was growing larger every minute Soon a puff of woke was wen on the gunboats deck a boom was heard and a shot bounded three times on top of the water and sank a few feet from Hassans bout Hy love Theyll sink this hulk with me in IU exclaimed Harvey Dont wonder that Hnssan Is afraid Tho entire crow stood with folded t arms Their anxious eyes rested on Hassans face and their expressions worn but reflections of his own Has san gave a command and the boat swung round and waited A small bout from tho gunboat was soon up close and two otllcors cause aboard You beast exclaimed one What do you mean by sneaking away In the nlghtr Hold on my friend said Harvey for the olflcer had looked at him while speaking I dont sneak I dont know what you want but you are seri ously interfering In my business I have engaged this man to take me to Astrakhan s Astrakhan But why did you leave JTillis In the nlghtr s TlrUsV I havent boon to Tiflls This boat left Thus In tho night threefour nights ago With that I have nothing to do I joined the boat at Snlaln anti bargain ed with this man who seems to bo in command to take me to Astrakhan or put me aboard a boat that was going there Is that true Osmanll asked the ofllcer It is true 0 great representative of the greatest ruler on earth except the padlshab Then tell me why you left Tillls in tho iilgbt 0 great one I will toll you what happened It is a strange tale that I can scarcely believe myself Perhaps it is not known to thee 0 great one that I brought a cargo of goods to Tiflis which I sold to the bazaars 1 had been waiting for a cargo to take to Astrakhan for there awaits me there a valuable cargo for Astrabad I discovered some of the finest linen and an t vv y 1 wished to sail early in itie uivnimi e went to the bazaar of Ignatz Uiartclkl and told him what I had found lIe and his lovely daughter at once ro turned with me to the boat I placed some wino before them and wont to get some of tho linen I was seized and knocked down and some cloth was stuffed in my mouth I heard the merchant speaking and also tho girl scream but I was bound securely and could not go to the relief of this young lady I did not know what her father was doing but I could hear him speak Ing loudly and alai hly In the morn- Ing two strangers came to mo and said they had taken command of my boat They did not permit me to go far from them and through me they gave orders to the menTe sailed from nuts and at tv small place Just before we reached Salalii those men left the boat But they ordered me to take the girl to Astrakhan They also said that at Snlaln a Giaour would get on board and that he would go to Astrakhan also but I believed that something was wrong and refused to take him At Sain In this man did come out from the wharf and came on board at the risk of his life and Insisted upon being cur rled to Astrakhan lIe asked if I hind the young lady and I told him no I was about to put them on board that bout when I saw your smoke and be lieved It was wisest to wait and tell you the truth Is thnt true Could you under stand the olllcer asked of Harvey That part concerning mo is all truo except tint I asked for no young lady I have heard of no young lady since I came on tho boat Where is this young lady asked the otlicer I will bring hor to you said Has san He went Into tho cabin and soon re turned with Kourn who gave n scream of delight when sho saw tho Russian ofllcer Oh my father What have they done to him T Thnt is to bo learned Ho was at tricked by two man who remained on the boat until it nearly reached the Caspian What do you know about this strange matter So little So llttlo We went to see some linen Did you wo Hassan struck I saw nothing I was blindfolded What did your father say Nothing I did not hear him speak There seems to bo some truth in this story Do you swear you tell the truth OBmanlir I swear by Allah And you my friend Who are you- I am an American If I had known thoro was a young lady hero In trou ble I would have assisted her Looks like a game of kidnap to me Never mind what It looks like to you Explain your presence I am going to Astrakhan I want to get to the big fair at Novgorod to exhibit some windmills And you did not go to the big fair at ThisNo just came from Astrabnd lIowT On board a Gorman steamer I think you are a liar At any rate you are arrested In tho name of the czar On what charge o you dare arrest an American citizen 7 On the charge of abducting one of his majestys subjects This matter will be settled at Tillls Follow mo Heres luck exclaimed Harvey Ive got to go to Tlllls a prisoner and 10000 worth of windmills waiting at Astrakhan CHAPTER V TirE OOVEUNOU OF A rHISQVAXD THE GIRL UAIIVEY IKONS LOVES OLONEL JURNIEPP the governor of the prison at Tillls sat in his olllce which was tLI a portion of the apartments allotted to himself and family open letter lay beside him on a AnII A perplexed look was on his face Ho was a cold tuna usually Imperturba ble but something in the letter had disturbed him May the devil take that American he said as he picked up the letter again We think he is In Paris or New York and now he turns up with his con founded windmills In Astrnbad What is worse lie is going to the big fair at Stint Novgorod By the gods he is enough to turn the entire ster et poUce upside down Undoubtedlyl he Intends to meet Alma at the fair as ho did last yetr But thanks to her fathers wisdom I have her safe here where she will hear no more of that fellows tine words Ho touched a bell and an orderly came to him Has a letter beenvwtltten or sent from my family apartments today None your excellency Has any been received c None your excellency You must be doubly watchful I have trusted you thus far I will trust you further You understand the clj cumstances do you not I think I understand your excellency There was a bad wicked man one of those Americans who care for nobodyThere was Indeednot only was t it IiI rJ- t IS but M AS you are aware he and my niece Mlle Alma met each other In I St Petersburg whore the fellow was selling some miserable American in vcntloii to pump water with windmills Perhaps the machines were good enough for he sold a lot of them But these two fools must fall In love when my brother General Jurnleff had already planned upon haying u prince for a soninlaw But the young people outwitted him and met at the big fair at Nijni Novgorod last year After that we sent the American out of Russia telling him If ho ever returned wo would look upon him as having forfeited the right to his coun trys protection and send him to Sibe ria or have him shot That kept him out excellency Not a bL of It I have Just received a letter from my brother who has heard from one of our secret agents at Paris that the American is now at Astrabad In Persia selling his wares and has Bald ho was going to the big fair at Nljnl Novgorod which soon be ginsHe is a uragebe Is a fool excel honey You might have finished your sen tence lie is a courageous fool But thank heaven I have tho young lady safe here in Titus If tie expects to meet her at Novgorod he will be dis appointed I must send word at onto to Nljnl Novgorod and Astrakhan It may bo possible to intercept him on the way The orderly bowed and was dismissed A few minutes lateral higher of fleer entered It was Captalndrskoflt I salute you colonel I am glad to see you captain You appear to be happy Has anything new been discovered concerning the missing BInrtelkIs and his daughter I am glad to say we have recovered Koura Wcjiavo captured the two who were taking her away They will be brought here and locked up to await trialThen Blartelkls was not really try- Ing to sell his daughter We cannot make head or tall uf It Koura knows little but believes In her fathers innocence Surely lie did not need the money Moreover ilio cannot be found Is that rascally Turk Haflz Effendi lu the city Yes I have placed him under ar restIf It was a slave selling affair Ilaflz had a finger in it He is a shrpwd rascal But who was it you Captured and where Lieutenant Thokt with the stationed near the Kur ran gunboatII They will kilt her between them Turkish craft and boarded it The cap tains name is IlJtssan He was un doubtedly trying to get the poor girl on board a strange craft a black hull I tillIng she belongs to the ameer of Bo kharaSo you found the girl on board the TurkYes and also an American who I am sure had a hand in the affair What his motive was whether he was trying to get Koura off to marry her or was acting as an agent for the ameer I dont know But he was arrested and brought here You will see soonWhat name did he give He gave the name I believe Irons Said he was going to Nljnl Novgorod to sell pumps and windmills Colonel Jurnioff nearly fell off his chair lIe stared at Orskoff till that officer thought the governor of the pris on was daft Do you know him Did the lieu tenant do wrong Do I know him Now wo have him in our hands we win finish him Do I know himTe have watched him for a year but ho Is like a rat So he was stealing BInrtelkIs and his daughter- I dont say he was stealing Blartel Ids We can find no trace of him 4CaJl that orderly Tho orderly came in again and so lutodAlexander that man of whom we spoke Is under arrest He was not content with following one of the most beautiful of Russian girls but it was he who abducted the daughter of Blar telkls Has site been found asked the orderly forgetting his manners in his intense interest Yes thank God But her father is yet missing We shall know more after we have heard them all You under stand your duties I charge you to be shrewd and faithful Go The orderly Alexander Borge walk ed through tho corridors of the prison with lagging steps An officer passed himMy captain I am not well bo wild i DC renevea ror an nour Imay captain nodded and walked on into the olllce Alexander hurried to another portion of the prison where there were rooms luxuriously fitted up He knocked cautiously at one giving a certain signal A young Russian girl opened the door- Alexander I You not on duty What has happened- I got relieved for an hour to tell you something for Mlle Alma Quick I In here She ushered him into a small stor age closet and listened breathlessly The colonel charged me again with my duties he said lIe had received a letter from his brother that the young American whom we could not trace was in Astrnbad Persia He was to- go from there to Nljni Novgorod to meet Mlle Alma as last year Later I learned that he is under arrest for tak ing away Koura Blartelkls It Is impossible He has not been in Titus I know but that is the charge He was on the boat that took her away Would you toll Mile Alma Yes certainly I must tell her ev erything I believe this Is a false charge got up to put the American in prisonPerhaps But I must be off I will watch I will return if anything is newIn another suit of apartments a love ly young girl with pale face and long- Ing eyes sat listlessly looking from a window The girl whom Borge had Just loft entered Mario what Is the excitement in the streets asks Mlle Alma Some thing unusual even for fair time has happened One girl one of the few friends I have made I have always met her when making purchases at her fathers bazaar Is already missing I hope the Turks have not found a way to outwit the law Koura Blartelkls is found mademoi selle Then that must be the cause of the excitement Oh when will this cruel exile come to an end Marie suppose Alexander should be sent away where you could never see him- I should cry mademoiselle Cry Tears alone will not unite lovers If they would I could shed rivers It must be grand to live where love is not a thing for prison walls But you are not a prisoner made moiselle Am I not I have the privilege of driving out in my uncles carriage But am I not watched constantly Is not my uncle forever giving orders that no letters shall be allowed to reach me Could I send a letter even It I knew wherehewas With a burst of sorrow Marie fell at the feet of her mistress Oh mademoiselle I have such bad news for your I would not tell but I know you wish to hear all He Is hereHere You mean M Irons here in TWlsIYes mademoiselle rfnd will soon bo in this very prison Almas lingers clutched at her bosom and she half rose from her chair but swaying fell back Will you Imye water mademoi selleNo I want news Howwhere did they take him Is it true Did Alex under tell you Yes It seems he was on the same boat They say he was taking away Koura Blartelkls I do not believe It No I know he loves me It was not M Irons Perhaps not mademoiselle But we shall soon know Yes but my heart will break with apprehension It they have taken him after warning him to keep out of Rus sin they will charge him with nay thing to punish him You must help Lao Marie Good brave faithful girl And Alexander too What would I do without you both O God help him Preserve him from their vengeance and crueltyI She broke down under the strain and slipped to the floor Resting her arms on her chair and burying her face In them she burst into spasmodic sobs They will kill her between them muttered the maid lTO BE CONTINUED J Cures Kidney and Bladder Troubles Deep- S= ated Cases Aching Back Mucous Discharger Etc For old obstinate deepseated Kid ney Bladder and Urinary diseases take a bottle of Botanic Kidney Specific If you have agonizing pains in back swollen legs or abdomen dis charges from the uretha neuralgia of the bladder burning sensation or dim culty in passing water also a 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proper understanding of her womanlysys tern antlwell being Every woman young or old should know herself and her phys ical make up A good way to arrive at this knowledge is to get a good doctor book such for instance as the Peoples Common Sense Medical Adviser by U V Pierce M D which can readily be pro cured bq sending twentyone cents in one cent stamps for paperbound volume or thirtyone cents for clothbound copy ad dressing Dr R V Pierce at lluflalo NY The change from maidenhood to woman hood is one that involves the whole body The strain at this time upon the blood forming structures may be too great Dis orders of the functions peculiarly feminine are nearly always dependent upon de fective nutrition In all such cases Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription is just the vegetable tonic for the female system- I cannot express mv thanks for the benefit 1 have received from fir Pierces medicines writes Mrs Julius Wehrly of Cambridge Dor Prescriptloneffected I Jeel like thanking you for the kind and fatherly letters which you wrote Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription was the first exclusively womans tonic on the market It has sold more largely in the past third of a century than any other druggistthat has not had the test of so many years successDr Pleasant Pellets should be used with Favorite Prescription when ever a laxative is required About the Size of It Th man who handles the local department of a newspaper learns after due experience not to expect very many thanks for a column of pleasant things but he knows as surely af come the seasons that a single line in which there is unintentional mis tithes vill cause some one to be heard Also that when he has made pleasant mention nOD times of some person place or thing but on the 1000th time fails to do eo he must not expect to be forgiven The omissions may have been from ac cident inadvettince or even an en tire lack of knowledge it matters not This simple fact remains that he will be judged on that He may say good things about some business man for weeks but let him make some inistaku and the good things said are forgotten and that mans business Is denied him All Druggists asK the readers of this paper who ate suffering with indigestion or dyslep sill to call en them at once and get a bottle of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure If you Knew the value of this remedy ns we know it you would not suffer another day Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is a thorough digestaut and tissue building tOniC as well It is endorsed personaijv by hundreds of people whom it has cured of indigestion dyspepsia palpitation of the heart and s omach troubles generally Kod ol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat It in pleasant palatable and strengtheningMeade Lounty- v Messenger The local option elections were call ed in the Court House and Ashoraft precincts by Judge Hagan Tuesday The election in Ashcratt will be held on Wednesday September 7 and on Thursday September f5 in Court House The petition of the wets for a vote in that part of Branden burg in Aahcraft precinct was with drawn by the wets to The Kentucky and Indiana Bank at West Point has been reorganized and the directors navo selected the following officers President J H Yanoej Vine President E H Shel man Cashier C Si WcQlothlan President Vancey has been engaged in the tobacco business in Louisville Vice President Shelman is a banker and merchant at Irvington Cashier McUlothl n has for a long time been a Huccessful merchant at Union Star itaywhere III have a new candidate for admission to the English language said the Literary Man as he yesterday left the Franklin Inn t with a friend and turned into Thirtetnth street I A new wordasked the friend The Literary Man nodded What is IU ManYYherelJunywheleY J Yes Lord Avebury is the coiner and I think he has supplied the proverbial longfult want We have nowhere somewhere anywhere elsewhere and everywhere Why then not rnunywhere But thats just it Wee had all the other compounds of where pur language seems to have n special weakness for themand if there was- a special want fort wed have had it long agog Where would you use itIVneretO innnywhere The iew9paperac2nlciTuae it constantly in their headiinea wsdays = Japanese Cloverport PlaningMill GREGORY Jr CO prop LUMBER DOORS SASH w 1 BLINDS e DOOR AND WINDOW SCREENS SHINGLES LATHS G LIME BRICK CEMENT ROOFING ETC J L MOORMAN DENTISTOffice over Oelzes Hardware Store Prompt attention to all kinds of Denta I Work Sftcial attention to FINE GOLD FILLINGS AN- DGRON and BRIDGEWORK Prices Moifyraie Satisfaction GuaraBUid H Deli MOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDINSBUR0 KY will practice his profession In all of tli Courts ot rec and adjoining cou ties Special attention given to collectln road cases and criminal practlcu License to practice In United States District Courts Office over Jlauk jf Hardlnsburg or or ft Hopsittxlity- M At Small Expense ft Entertainment that is pleasure to ayour guests docs not depend on the I N ownN f 1ostftrpaid E J CLODE Publisher 1565lh Aye NY r 1 1 kfY Sour StomachNo ness headache constipation bad broth fthecures Indigestion This new discovery repr seats the natural Juices of digestion as they exist In a healthy stomach combined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dyspepsa CurOdoes not thwfamouspUrlfylngsweetenIDan4Ienglhenlng the stomach eiytfII rKodol cured ma and wo are now using It In mll V for babyt1 Kodol Digests What You Eat 1Bottles only tlmesthstsWsize if Prepared by E 0 DWITT CO OHrOAfM Sold by all Druggists Chintz Royalty Practical Surveyor + also Notary Public I can survey your Landa t writo your Deeds and take the acknowledgement at your home i This races you trouble and cost Your Patronage Solicited L 3 Address me at J Hardinsburg Kyl Ior Coal Prices fiw Reduced 100 bu 950 j 25 bu 250 i tllmfgljt Coalwhich is the best coal ever 1 isf1 i loaded by hand and We guaranteer sull1humA payments I Gregory Co r tS Landings MSnVWherPlle jl phia Press The NegroPopu a1iOnjiCnf A special from Washington says The Census Bureau today issued tJf if Munt bulletin uu the negro populati of tho United States which IipjftVj a total of 8840780 The report JrT i dicates that between 11 and 1Qief cent of the negro population IMU f theenumeititoi V The center of the negro pop uhitldo Is in Dekalb county Ala abdatftrojr miles front the western boundwjr 9t g Ueorgia having moved then Jtfcboj Dinwjddie county Va 8ratpi I Mllee northwat since 17W jsj 0 tIj n A buyb 1 wI t Breckenridge News J WEDNESDAY July 18 1004 To Old Point Comfort And The Seashore Aug 13th A Tour of Education The personally conducted Excursions t to Old Point Comfort In charge of Mr W A Wilgus S P A will be run Saturday August la via Hender 1lion Route and C 0 Railways from Cloverport On regular train connecting with the Seashore Special leaving Louis vllle from Union Depot foot of Seventh street at GO0 p m The round trip to Old Point Comfort Is + only 15 CO and the tickets are good until August 28 This Is tna most popular outing offered the traveling pnbli6 Grand and beautiful scenery invigorating mountain air surf bat gt ocean voyage palatial hotel entertainment and a visit to the Capital S4top over privileges allowed returnCiA 14 Delightful side trips afplowT rates Every attention and courtesy will be extended to ladles traveling alone Choice rontns returning between Richmond and Clifton Forge will be civen For further particulars anTI sleeping car space address W A Wlgns S P A Hopkinsville Ky or call on agent of Henderson Route Railway Piles Upon Top of Piles Piles upon top of piles of people have the Piles and DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cures them There are many different kinds of PlIes but If you ieget tho genuine and original Wltcn 11 Hazel Salve made by E C DeWitt Ob of Cnlcago a euro is certain H A Tisdafleof Snmmerton S C- laysI I had piles 20 years and DeWltts Salve cured me after every thing else failed IISold by all drug gists UpToDateParagraphs Cbbperation is in the air t Dollar wheat is in the air Twelve cent cotton is in the air Seven cent cattle is In the air And this is the year when farmers will come to the front Farmers to the front Thats where they belong Get off the earth I The farmers can enforce this command if they will fjfl Remember a good way tobe at the Speculator is to stack your wheat TjK We will say again that a granary on the farm is better than au elevator pn the other mans lot Until the farms are built up infertility the average yields ot our crops cannot be increased Until good pricks prevail year after year theertllltrcannot be restored Crop Report for June The crop report of the State Agri culture Department for the month of June has been sent out i It is as follows The early part of the month of June was generally dry giving a good opportunity to cultivate the growing crops Good showers began about the 25th While they were partial they continued until nearly j all parts of the State were reached and benefited In tome localities they were severe and washed hill land t badly doing some damage by drowning crops in low places There are however still some sections that com plain of drouth The wheat harvest is over through out the State and thrashing has be gun The acreage is short and the crop is reported generally thin but i the head tilled well and the grain is i exceptionally good There is some Llittle damage by mold caused by 1 frequent showers while in shock js The oat crop is below the standard having headed too low on account of the dry weather In June Rye is fairly good just a little below the 1k average j The corn crop Is a little late but V t has been well worked and gives promise of a full crop Since hemp has gotten out of the I V llwaY of the out worm it is doing fairly welL Barley is reported below an average Wtr raverage of tobacco especially i lIn the western or dark district is Jl considerably reduced Much of the J planting all over the State was done Ct I IP late that it will require an ex st peptionitlly good season to insurer Jf maturity in time to make n good e t quality M Meadows pastures and clever are f reported in fair condition The acre I rage in stOCk peas is less than an iaTer8ge on account of high prices qf fled There will bo a full potato prop both in acreage and Live stock of nil kinds in jn good condition The continueII peaoh crops are reported half of a full crop Apples J6all off the trees oefore they jna inrfc Other fruits including grapes are in good condition and proaliae 4 1 fair crop is TV Garnishee Law Changed Of interest to merchants is the new garnishee bill which was passed by the last Legislature and which be came only this month a law without the Jovernors signature The bill appeals the provision of Section 1701 Kentucky Statutes which with reference to exemptions from attachment reads Provided That the exemp tion of fifty dollars jhall not apply to debts contracted for food fuel medicine raiment or house rent for the family II Under the old law the wages of a person earning less than 50 a month were not subject to attachment unless for food raiment fuel etc Now the exemption for debts of that character is the same as the exemption of any other debts Under the present law unless a person earns more than 50 a month his wag es cannot be attached fr any debt Mothers hearken I while I tell What will make your baby well TEETHINA cures them of all pain And gives them rosy cheeks again Yes TEETHINA Overcomes and Counteracts the effects of the Sum mers Heat Aids Digestion Reg ulates the Bowels and makes Teeth ing Easy Costs 25 cents at Druggists kAkAAAAAAAiiAAkAA11AkitA1tirA OkAAS1Ak AAAAAAkAAAAAAAAAAit O I j NICER TO BE A COUNTRY i1 S DOCTOR THAN AN EDITOR x s The editor of the Hartford Herald has made a thorough j inspection of the duties and occupations of life and has comer to the conclusion that the country editor has drawn the jynall jt5 est prize He says r K Of all the laborers of the land who live by the efforts of t rJ their brain perhaps the country editor has the hardest lot Ji J The banker tho bookkeeper the lawyer the preacher the s- pJ doctor and others who must think out a livelihood have their rJ seasons of recreation and surcease from active labor But the J I newspaper man knows no rest from the time ho awakes until J sleep claims him again Ho is expected not only to hunt and Jf I find all the news but to be able to write up anything from a Jf r dog fight to u leader in the political situationfrom a baby Jf J5 birth to a high social function Upon a big city paper every Jf r writer has his part but the country editor must do it all He Jf r knows no rest during waking hours and even when in the arms J 5 of Morpheus he is often tortured by the nightmare of some r irate subscriber sitting astride of him and demanding to know tr at the point of a gun why a certain occurrence was or was not t r mentioned Oh it is lovely to be a country editor t1 0 WWAM AkAitifitilAAitLkililAiitititilkitRitk AA A AgilAif 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also send us your guess or estimate of tho total voto to be cast on Novem ber 6th for the olHfie of President In making your guess consult the figures below showing tho total voto for President from Lin coIn to McIClnloy Write your name address und estimate of the voto In the Subscription Blank The paper will be sent to you regularly and we will mall to you certificates containing the figures of the guesses which you send to us This certificate will guarantee to you any prize which your guess entitles you to Keep the certificate until tho prizes lire Larded so that you can com pure your figures with the official figures at the close of the contest The contest will close at mHnlght November 7 1601 und no estimate received after that hour will be allowed The official figures of the government showing tho total voto cast for tho ofllco of President will determine who aro entitled to tho prizes and the awards will bo made by a disinterested committee of prominent judges Just ns soon as the official figures can bo ascertained When tho prizes are awarded every subscriber who holds a certificate In the contest will receive a printed list of the winners in addition to the largo general prizes there aro Eight Special Prizes ot S500 each for early subscriptions All have au equal chance to win these magnificent prizes Those who estimate or Guess NOW hflVe tn chance towin a special prlzo und just as good a chance to win the Capital Prize of 1000000 as the one who sends In his guess on the last day of the contest ACT At ONCE It may mean a fortune toyou The money with which to pay the prizes lies been deposited by the Press Publishing Association In tho Central Savings Hank Detroit Mich and can be used for no other pur pose In case of it tie for any Individual prize such prize will bo equally divided between the contestants Participation In this contest Is not confined to our renders as the contest Is being advertised In u number of other publications the subscriber to all of which have un equal opportunity to share In the distribution of the prizes Here is The List of Prizes I For tho nearest correct estimate or guess 1000000 For the second nearest correct estimate or guess 500000 For the third nearest correct estimate or guess 100000 For the fourth nearest correct estimate or guess 50000 For tho fifth nearest correct estimate or guess SCO 00 For the sixth nearest correct estimate or guess 10000 For tho 10 next nearest correct estimates or guossos f50 each 50000 For tho y next nearest correct estimates or guesses i25 eachl i 10000 For the 43 next nearest correct estimates or guesses f15 each OOO For the 100 next nearest correct estimates or guesses 810 each P ri 100000 For the 314 next nearest correct estimates or guesses 85 each 157000 493 prizes amounting to 2100000 Valuable Information To aid In forming yonr estimates we furnish the following figuresThe TOTAL POPULAR VOTE for President In the year 1S04 wl18re4 liJ 1SCS wa555724C0Increase of 4223 per cent Ib72 was 6fJIC Increase Of 1394 per cent 1S7C was8412133lncrease of 3010 per cent 1880 was9200400Inereuso of 947 percent 1884 was IOOHOiLIncroase of 007 per cent 1888 waslJIko860 Increase of 1330 per cent IKI2 was J2NIJ351llcrcase of 510 per pent 1890 was13j per cent 1000 was139391 3increuse of 20 per cent 1904 WhAtwJUUbe 4 Figure It out or guess at It and send In your subscription It may mean a fortune to you Bo careful to write your name figures and P O plainly Dont fall to take advantage ot tho SPECIAL PRIZES CASH for You Prize reJncrastHf5J5 In addition to the foregoing prizes the following SPECIAL PRIZES FOR EARLY ESTIMATES will be paid For the nearest correct guess received before July 1st 50000 For the nearest correct guess received on or after 50000ForJuly15th50000For50000For50000For50000For50000lafterOctoberI 5000C Total 500 prizes amounting to S25 00000 w Subscription Blank Inclosed find S to apply gn subscription account Xurao 1ostofflco Staton My Estimates of the total 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with all lines Diverging S Schedule und rates per double berth as below Z M 5011TH BERTH RATE NORTH mii8x0 p m Lv St LoUIS Frisco System Ar 720 a 417a m Ar e1dIOO Ar iStOl Aro 600 Ii m Ar Strlni 100 Ar 1040 tun- L410 pm Ar Paris 100 1110 n 420 pm Lv Parts 200x Tox511ilAri 11160 a 907 pm Ar Ennis 260 1 1 liV tl n 1010 pm Lv Ennis 26011 fi v T Ar I II45 a 111II610 u In Ar Houston 3W Dv J10 p Returning Tourist Sloeper leaves HOUSTON First and Third Saturdays 910 p For reservation address In person or by letter nearest local representative DIiiIsco System or district representative as follows K M WISIIART T P A St Louis J STLART TAYLOR TII A t3 00000e N e e StylishComfortable ComfortableTailor clothes All latest patterns for suits aril trousers in high grade fabrics Clothes niado By modern methods Fit guaranteed Moderato prices Ex port tailors employe- dJ H HUNSCHE Casper May Co Cannelton Ind vCo centrally door s3r3r V G BABBAGE AttorneyatLawPUBLIC A Many years experience in sots thug estates All collections reajr anubleftr Cloverport Kentucky One MinuteCough Cure i For Coughs Colds and Croup BRECKENRIDGE NEWS t UNO D end V G BABAQE Editor and Proprietors Issued Every Wednesday 1 Sober crpPrice f100 a year or 125 if paid at the end of year CARDS OF THANKS over fivo lines charged or at the rate of 10 cents per line OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 seats per line Money In advance Exnmlnn tho label on your paper If It I1 Is nqt correct please notlfv us When ordering a change In the add I weUaIEIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY JULY 13 10- 01ANNOUNCEMENTSi FOR COUNTY JUDGEi are authorized to announce Hcnr WE Moorman as a candidate for f County Judge of Hrcckenrldgo county subject to the action of the Democratic party Parkers appendix is all right Mr Parkers telegram was ta grand stand play to catch votes What did Bryan do in 1000 And Y what did Parker do in 1004 Dictate Oh notI It is nothing to be brave and courageous when youve got a Hill be hind you Mr Parker has spoken and what he said was a plenty to wakE up every Democrat in the lund The Henderson Route Flyer is doing a handsome business No finer train goes out of Louisville We pity the stumps over this good land What a time theyll have from now until the first of November And there stands Joe Blackburn and Bryan and James and Woodson on gold platform They got there by the bombshell route We press toward the mark for th- eprizetbe offices Give us any old plans even if burnt with Repub licanism we will stand on it to get tne offices Its Parser and Davis and Roose velt and Fairbanks About the only difference between the two tickets is the Republicans are in and trying h hard to stay there The Democrats are out and trying to tide in on the G 0 P platform Its amusing to see how some four fellow Democrats get trow their old ways and how they have abused men for seeing and doing years ago just what they are compelled to do at this late date Anything done in the name of Democracy is all right though The farmers are getting down to common sense in their business Organization frequent conferences and knowing when they are right will accomplish the desired results The onyers of wheat have their studying caps on They are up against a hard proposition We take pleasure in announcing Henry Moormans candidacy for County Judge subject to the action of the Democratic party No finer young man lives in tne county and none more capable of filling the office of County Judge We commend the young mans pluck and energy to the consideration of his fellow Democrats The Democrats are just now getting to where some of us found ourselves four years ago Its a little hard to give up our ideals of forty years ago but you gradually get over them and fall into line Some men have to have a bombshell thrown into their ranks before they see a thing It is feStteV to get there by the bombshell route than not at all IfsTado Parker pad spoKen IwetttylouV hours earlier be would never have been the nominee of the St Louis convention This is as true as gospel and no Democrat can deny it Bryab still dominates the Democratic party just HS much so as he did in 180U andlUOO Bryan defeated the gold plank and would have defeated Parker had his views been known 1 priceIwill be withdrawn Aug 1 Everyone who wants to save money should Hot now ii iI ScrofulaJ Few aje entirely free from H- It may develop so slowly as to cause little U any disturbance during the whole period of childhood- It may then produce irregularity of the Stomach and bowels dyspepsia catarrh and marked tendency to consumption before manifesting Itself in much cutaneous eruption or glanaular swelling- It is best to be sure that you are quite free from it and for Its complete eradlca tfon you can rely on 1 Hoods Sarsaparilla The best of all medicines for all humors t NasalFMeA M CATARRH sPRRQ tp In all Its stages NGI Elys Cream Balm sDFNERpi cleanses eoothcs and heals the diseased membrane h0 It cures catarrh and drives gRO away a cold In the head tees quicklyCream Balm Ii placed Into the nostrils spread over the membrane and It absorbed Relief Ii Immediate and k cure follows It is not drying doe not produce sneezing Large Size 60 cents atDrug glttt or by mall Trial Size 10 cents ELY BROTHERS MWarren Street New York HARD1NSBURG John Alexander of Buras was in town Friday- Hrsve you taKen advantage of the News bargain month offer 1 Miss Georgia Robertson of Glen deanels visiting C V Robertson and sr Ife Miss Beulah Hook is one ot a hour party at Judge Woolfolks in Mead countyOrder to day the Breckenridg News at the special price of SO cents per year In July only tne 50 cent offer holds good The News sent to any ad drear for that sum W S Ball Charles Scott Henrj Moorman and Amos Board went to Hockvale Monday Miss Luoy B May has returnee home from a visit to her sister Mrs Stum at Murray Col D R Murray and Jno P Haswell Jr were in Irvmgton Tuesday on legal business The Breckenridge News bargain month is nearly halfover Have you taken advantage of it Mrs Hettie Smith is seriously ill with heart trouble She was attacked on ner way to churcn Sunday morn- Ing Mrs Mary Ford and daughter Miss Lytle left Saturday for Glas gow where th ySVll1 be the guests ofrelativesMrs and Misses Nellie Urahan and Margaret Joyce who have oeen the charming guests of Mr and Mrs Patrick Dillon returned to their home in Evansville Monday Brutally Tortured- A case came to light that for per- sIstent and unmerciful torture has perhaps never been equaled Joe Gootl bick of Colusa Calif writes For 15 years I endured insufferable pain from Rheumatism and nothing relieved 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 Just as good for Liver and Kidney troubles and general debility Only SOc Satisfaction guaranteed by Short sL Faynes Druggis- tsPATESVILLE Dr lIilner was in Hawesville Wed nesday Roy Sapp of Dukes was in town SaturdayMrs Fritz of Hawesville visit ed Aunt Mollie Simonton last week A Jarboe and sons Claude and Carl spent several days in Owensboro last weekMrs Sam Jewels and little son of Owensboro are visiting her sister Mrs Allen Jarboe Misses Anna and Sallie Baker and niece Miss Eula Clark spent several lays last week visiting relatives in Daviess county Mr and Mrs James Baker and daughters Misses Mary and Martha Washington of Floral spent Saturdayand Sunday with Mr and Mrs S J Baker Several fiom here went to Tar Springs Sunday They were Mr and Mrs Ed Gabbert Mr and Mrs NStarksJrMr and Mrs Harmon Mr and Mrs Dave Clark Mrs Hatfield Misses Shelby Jiatfield Ola anti Emma Clark Night Was Her Terror I would cough nearly all night long writes Mrs Chas Applegate of Alexandria Ind and could hardly get any sleep I had acon qnlplloh 80 bail that if I WalKed a block I would dough frightfully and spit blood but when nil other med icines failed three 100 bottles of Dr Kings New Discovery wholly cured me and t gained 58 pounds Its absolutely guaranteed to cure Coughs Colds La Grippe Bronchitis the all Throat and Lung Troubles Price 50o nnd100 Trial bottles free at Short K Haynes drug store FRVMIRE Mr Thrasher is in Tell City this week on business Claude Campbell who has been visit his parents here returned to Louisville SundayMiss Gale Kaughmau of Louisville is visiting her friend Mrs H L Bruner of this place Henry Treuwalt and Mr Howe of Indiana have been in this community looking at land JW Barr was called hurriedly to the jedaide of his father at Wapello Iowa who la thought to be dying Mrs B F Gilliland Miss Ida Wheeler and Mollie and Homer Barr called at the home of Mrs J W Barr Sunday evening QUARTERLY REPORT OF TI- LEBreckinridge Bank At the close of business on the SOth day of June 1104 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 8 137d25 6 Overdrafts unsecured 2tiU6I Duo from Nlitlonal Hanks 25349SS Due from Stuto Hunks und Hunkers 13x3007 39790 55 flanking house and lot 372471 Other stocks and bonds 6065204 Specie 0403 fa Currency 6205 00 12 CIO M- Furnltureund fixtures 2li 4 SO 245N54 4E8 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid In In cash i 45100 OC Surplus Fund 7i230 Undivided profits 400 OC Deposits subject to check on which Inter est Is not paid 8 07004 63 Time certificates of de posits on which Inter est Is paid 124234 01 101238 64 Unpaid dividends Xo 60 3 per ct declared this day 13330- Fund to payj taxes 649 7e SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of Indebtedness of any stockholder person company or tlrmdncludlnglntho liability of the company or firm the of the Individual members JlabllltyIdirectly or indirectly If I debtedness exceeds yo per capital stock actually paid In nnd actual amount of surplus of the bank 00 How Is Indentedllessstntd In above Item 1 secured Highest amount of Indebtedness of any director or ofllcer If amount of such indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paidup capital stock of hank 00 How Is sumo secured Does amount of Indebtedness of any person company or firm including In the liability of the company or arm the liability of the In dividual members thereof exceed 30 per cent of paidup capital and actual surplus No- If so state amount of such In debtedness Amount ot lust dividend 3porct 135300 Were ill expenses losses Interest Mud taxes deducted therefrom be fore declaring dividend and was not less than 10 pur cent of net profits of the bank for the period covered by the dividend carried to the surplus fund before said dividend was declared Yes S 24584 48 I STATE or KENTUCKY Vss County of Hruckonrldgc I A H Sklllmun Cushier of trIO Breckcn rldgo Hank a bank located and doing business on WallI street in thou city of Cloverport to said county being duly sworn says that the foregoing report Is In all respects a true statement of the condition of the said Hank it the close of business on the 30th day of Juno 1001 to the host of Ills knowledge of and belief and further says that the business said Hank hits been transacted at the loca ton named and not elsewhere and that tho dove report Is made in compliance with an fllclal notice received from the Secretary of Hate designating the 30th day of June l1J1as the day on which such report shall ho nude A B SKILLMAN Cashier I 1A1 Directors Subscribed and sworn to before me by A n Iklllman Cashier the 5th day of July 1904 j CHARLES H SKILLMAN N P B C My commission expires Jan 15 1903 Miss Gertrude Allen has returned rom a visit to Missouri She enjoyed the Worlds Fair several days and says it is both pleasant and instructive to he here f BEWLEYVILLE Wallace Foote is still SICK Fletcher Blaniord is home for the summEr Will Paul and children have returned from St Louis Miss Florence Caine left last week to continue in Norton Infirmary Mr and Mrs George Morris have welcomed the sixth boy to their home Mrs W G Nunnelly of Parkland rave a handsome dinner to guests Monday last Miss Blanche Jolly has been ViSi- ting her friends Misses Nunnelly and Clayton of Parkland Misses Minnie and Ada Stith have returned from visits to friends at Slendeane and Louisville Evan and Nell Louise Ditto of Parkland are visiting their grand parents Mr and Mrs John Cox W Thos Caine has returned home having finished the four years course it the Kentucky School of Medicine This scribe is home from a trip to Loni sville Had a fine time seeing friends and enjoying their hospitali ty Mnrlbut Caine is home from Louis ville having gone to attend the Com nencdp ent of the Kentucky School of Medicine Mr and Mrs Thos Ditto of Park land gave an Old Maids tea Sunday July 10 at their lovely home lhe ladies were charming and the event highly enjoyable Brownsville Tenp May 31 1001 Dr E W Hall Dear SlrI have feed your Great Discovery for kid eyjnnd bladder troubles and have been very greatly benefited by it and I can fully recommend It to any one iQftering HJn the same manner Respectfully Giles Rives Postmaster A TEXAS WONlJERt One small bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel ares diabetes seminal emission weak and lame backs rheumatism and all regularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men ana women regulates ladder troubles in calldren If nojJJ- sold by your druggist it will be sent by mall on receipt of f1 One small bottles two months treatment and seldom ails to perfect aoureDt E W fall sole manufacturer P O Box 620 St Luis Mo Send for testi monials Sold by all druggists Office 2081 Olive street c f J Js Condensed Statement Condition of Bank of Hardinsburgis i iJ Hardinsburg Ky At close of business June 30 1904 RESOURCES Notes und BillsS19453090Ca- sh in safe and other Banks 6571963 Bonds 366522 Bankingllouso and LoL 180000 Other Rent E tnto7S 79 Furniture and Fixtures 40000 Total 26090854 I W claim to your rests on our largo resources inple and reserve and on the and of our directors No matter how largo your busi you need No matter lion small ness we to furnish you all tho banking your wo will bo glad to have you t i JM 1i 1 II M HI THE FAIR AS I SEEN BY A WOMAN A woman who signs her name Geneva Lane tells about the Worlds Fair in the St Louis Globe Democrat as follows Its a pity that everybody cant go out to the Fair on Sunday when there is nobody there Through tit Wek the place Is replete with absorb lug attractions all of them enhances or modified or detracted from by theI element of humanity which on Sun day is almost entirely absent and the place is just itselt a great quiet clean beautiful oityYoLl go in at the main gate through the one little turnstile open and there ie not a living thing in sight except a flock of sparrows wrangling over a refuse can and a sce tm roller enjoying a spin without having to stop and pick out of the gumbo a lot of mashedI sightseers Gone are the sellers ofr guide books and smoked glasses andI the automobiles and intramural cars are in their distant stables But the place is not entirely desert ed for over in I the different streets and plazas are men with big carpet sweepers and wheel dust cans and others with pick and shovel who are mending or making the roadways These work with that elaborate slow ness and consideration fcr the health that those with a steady job usually affect and stop often to look at the scenery and talk things over with each other Khakiwearing guards saunter idly about xnocKing stones with their canes or making an effort to sit down in all the thousands of chairs barred to them on week days when they can only sit down on peonle The gondolas and launches are moored at their wharves or tied up under the bridges and but a solitary skims off the that Isfor he has a seine of wire and skims off the floating leaves and trash The thousands of flags are absent from the buildings that look trim and se date but the Fair colors still float from the lagoon bridges About the flower beds ana borders the florists are busy tending the millions of bloom ing plants that make so brave a show and yon can stop and watch them without Setting run down by a roller chair You climb the hill besides the dry Cascades and past the statue of Napoleon Bonaparte seated in a gouty foot pose in an armchair and who seems to be dozing barehoaded in the sun over his Sunday paper But over amoug the trees maybe there comes the wild clamor ot ham mers from what must be a knockers congress and yon amble slowly on to see about it Over there you find the undismayed catloving lumber men singed but with eight lives left rushing to completion another build ing to replace their burned clubhouse Fifty carpenters are at work upon the rootand how they work l Lumber is passed from hand to hand and spiked down in a jiffy and down the shaky ladders the helpers onlv to catch up a bundle of shingles and their breath and then tear back again Everybody must surely be paid by the job and to have the promise of a season pass besides and yon wonder if such earnest haste could not also have been bought in the building of all past the monster bird cage you go and stop and see the expert weaver birds building some strange iCLa LIABILITIES Capital Stock Paid in S 2500000 Surplus and Profits 2015846 Deposits yl22076008 rr Dividend No 27 due July 1 10lfi1OOO00 F Total S266908y5it h 7jj r t 1 I y patronage strengthour surplu lour character standing qualifications are prepared accommodations business tf Respectfully BEARD Cashier WORLDS lagoonsliterally tearjpansint FairDown Undivided nests and to wonder how a fish can tell which way he is headed down the sinuous throat of the pink flamingo who is taking a Sunday nap with one leg out ot commission and his head pillowed cozily along his spine You envy the pelican awhile who is born with such a convenient pocket and yon spend a few minutes singling out the great black foreign looking bird who makes such u foolish little whistle just liKe that of the ex haust of an air brake Then after watching the graceful bowing and twisting of a dancing crane who aiily flirts a leaf above his head you go on up among the state buildings the private residence part of the Fair site Porters are washing steps and dusting door mats pretty lace curtains blow in and out of the windows through which come the + sounds of piano and harp and yon wish the states would stay with you and not take their houses and gc home when winter comes State of phlo City of Toledo Lucas County Frank J Cheney mares oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney Co doing business in the City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL LARS for each and evref case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by tne use of Halls Catarrh Cure FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this Cthday of December AD 1880 A W GLEASON Seal Notary Public Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally ana acts directly on theI blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY do CO Toledo O Sold by all Druggists 7Gc 1Take Halls Family Pills for constipation Music Pupils Give Recital- At the home of Mr and Mrs J Dv Babbage last Fnday evening the music pupils of Miss Mannie WhiteI gave a recital which was much enjoyed by the parents and friend of the pupils who were present TheI following programme was parried out Trio Eloise Nolte Marie Pine Martha Miller ConijplatfQnt Mendelssohn Marga I ret Burn Polka Ballet Bachm an Eva Plank Minnec Alozatt From Symphony inI EtMargaret atd Edith Burn Slumber Swebtly Lichner Marie Pine Song of the Mill Boscovitz Eloise NClU- eWaltzVan Weber Mildred Bab bage- Intermezzo from Cavalleria Rnsticana Mascagni Era and Edith Plank Hungarian RhapsodyLiszt Manuie White Prof King Accepts Prof King of Van Buren Indwho was selected by the trustees as princi pal of the public school for the ensuing i year did not accept the position until- several days ago The rest of the fac ulty whose names were given last week accepted their positions at earlier dates Prof King is said to be an excellent educator and comes yell recommend edtWill1 Nichols of Hawesville was thee i I guest of Miss Mary SIppel Sundayllft OJk nt T OnXAW YMWAh II B JIItherC y f FARMERS 10 HOLD FOR DOLLAR WHEAT At Meeting Held at Irvington They Agree to be Independent of Millers Irvingtnn Ky July 12SlIeoI8l- An enthusiastic meeting of farmers of Monde and Breckenridge counties in the neighborhood of Irvington was held here July C to consider what disposition they would make of their present crop of wheat that they might obtain the most remunerative price for it The meeting was called to order oy A D Ashcraft the chairman The first matter takeR under consideration was the ironclad contract that a farmer has to sign before getting sacks of any milling company of the county which IT brought forth speeches of Indlgxia jtion from many members present The next question considered was the best mode of holding the wheat which was freely discussed Some advocated building an elevator at Irvington but the prevailing opinion was to hold wheat at home in sacks by those who had no granaries whereupon 0500 sacks were im mediately ordered Then after a discussion a motion was made anal every farmer present agreed to take not less than 100 per bushel for his wheat during the month of July The meeting then adjonrnea to meet j again Friday July 20 to further con sider the matter for the month of August All farmers are cordially invitedoA D Ashcraft Chairman F fl Mc hee Secretary Organize at Irvington Bewleyville Ky July 12Spe- cialThos J Jolly deputy presi dent of the American Society of Equity organized a local union at Irvington on July 5 with twelve membersThe are S C Dowell president R S Bandy vicepresident i John Akers seoretarY4 tTheS K McGavock Paris Fackler I B Glpson Abe Dwell Abel Gil lenwater A D Ashoraft deb Dowell and L E Munford Death To Chiggers Every one Knows who goes camping that Chiggers are annoying and painful Paracamph not onlyrelI8vr the chigger bite but sills the chigger Apply it freely rub in well It ViU give immediate relief so take iS bottle along with you I Sireet Improvements Some mqch needed work Is beg done on the streets in the way oC ditching sewerage etc The 6tt1 cuts the weeds up to the pavem Hi curb and expects alt property ewnerr to remove them from their raMftt iota itiss Addle English Dead Irvington ICy July 12 Spef cifflMiss Addie EnglishdiT here this morning at 5 oclock oifT consumption The funeral wif tiiifeTdat the homo place tomor row fporning at 9otcIockjfr JtR vc Graves officiating hey 0 Chadwicit of LouUrUliy who has bteriheJdlnga protreebi gnerrmeetingof Mr and Mr William MoCrokt S I tt IIH1 p iiU VtlSRwsy c T r w YrT I 14UST ONEWORD that word Is rIttII It refers to Dr Tutts Liver Pills and MEANS HEALTH constipatedTroubled IndigestionSick Vlrtlgo Billons Insomnia othershYOU Need TPillsTaket The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JULY 13 1001 Ida creamr English Kitchen Halt at f105 per bbl at Tilfprds Fresh cakes and fruitsEnglish Kitchent Mens straw hats at cost at THI fords 4 EJ Berry was in Paynesville Wednesday iff For saleHouse and lot Call on TSawyerMiss Fella was down from Addison Saturday J M Lewis was in Webster Monday tn a business trip Dr Fred DeHaven was down from SundayF1F i was in Louis ville last Wednesday J C Jarboe went to Louisville Sun day with a carload of stock Mrs Harry Morrison who has been critically ill is improved Owen May and Mr Donehoo of i Louisville were here Sunday Mr and Mrs J E Keith returned I Saturday from a trip to at Louis 7 td Mr and Mrs Chas Hall went to uisv1l1eSatnrday to spend several days r Mr and Mrs Geo Mullen of i Marshal Texas are the guests of relatives Miss Cecil Footo came up from r Owensboro Thursday to visit Mrs V G Babbage Mr and Mrs Ed Yeakel and children of Brandenburg were in A the city Saturday 4 Miss Jennie Warfield of Lonisvlllfl oMrs been the guest ot her sister Frank Fraize Mr and Mrs John Morton went to 4 Garfield Thursday to visit her parents a 7Mr and Mrs Hhelby Triplett ysJnoI OConnel Co are solo agents in BrecKenridge county for the At kinson Sanitary ChicKen Reservoir Mrs Sam Bnmpus Mrs M Hazel and children of OwensbDro are at KainTuckEeV Tar Springs Miss Effie Swaggot of Owensboro who has been the guest of Misses Mary and Lillian Sippelreturned home Mon day Mrs A T Blaine of Lhxora Ark was in the city Tuesday en route to Patesville to visit her mother Mrs J M Fawver Mrs Mory J Miller Mrs Enola Rafferty and Douglas Rafferty are 4s spending the week In New Aloany with relatives R T Polk who was operated on Sunday morning at Louisville for appendicitis is doing fairly well and is expected to recover Mr and Mrs J D Sawyer of Cmirlottesvllle Va who have been the guests of Mr and Mrs K N Hudson returned home Friday Mr and Mrs C P Babbage und i+ = V son Henry ot Owensboro were the t guests of relatives here Sunday Mrs Babbage and son are spending the week Minees Christine and Stella Neubauer were up from Owensboro Saturday- to attend the funeral of John Harris Neubauer the young son of their brother Jno Nenbaner Mr and Mrs J E Cruse and child ren Mr and Mrs Frank Queen Mrs Belle Stowers and Miss Same Spradlin are to come up from Owensboro today ws to spend a week at KainTuckEe Tar cSprings MJKainTuokEe Tar Springs ares noy open for the season under now management Nicely furnished rooms V and firstclass boarding Rates 700 s P sad upper week Rates for children 1Add L Fagon Prop Cloverport Ky 1SUPPORTSCOTTS bridle to carry the weakened and starved system along until It can fled Him support hi ordinary toed Send for free sue SCOTT BOVNEOrj 4JSIS Pearl Street NewYork Soc and tuoa all dregcUti r 4- II 4- t J r u Milk shake English Kitchen Lunch at all hours English Kitchen Cloth top shoes at cost at Tilfords Wave Roff was up from Owensboio Sunday Ladies trimmed hats at cost at Tilforda f- Mrsfr T Heyser was in Louisville last week For sale Wall paper store Call on T F Sawyer The nicest line of qneensware in town at Tilfords Mason fruit cans at 45 GO and G5 cents per doz at Tilfords I Born Saturday July 0 to the wife of Weaver Tatum a girl Miss Hambletun of Henderson is the guest of Miss Margaret Moorman Meat and lard by the CO lbs and npcheaper tnan anyone at Tilfords Ulysses Whalin of Prentis Ky is the guest of his father Inlaw W T Tilford Miss Georgia White went to Clark Station Ky Thursday to visit Mrs N K Blankenbaker Mrs Matilda Tyler of Louisville was the guest of Mrs A B Skilltnan several days last week All readers of this paper should take advantage of the special price of subscription which is now being made 50 cents per year This sp cial price holds good during this month only It J good with old and new subscriptions alike This month the price of the Breck enrluge News is 50 cents a year onehalf the regular price Old sub soribers may take advantage of this low rate by paying up all arrearages Subscriptions will be taken for as many yearsJn advance as desired HJvery year for which you pay means 50 cents saved i Additional liardinsburg Thomas J Moore spent last Sunday in Louisville John B Bates of McQuadY was In the city Monday Coleman E Haswell spent Sunday here witn his family Samuel Henninger of West View was a visitor in town Sunday Horace Scott is home from Cincin nati to spend his summer vacation Miss Maggie Baker is visiting Dr and Mrs Milton Board at Hopkins ville Mi Clara Hestcn has returned home from a visit to friends at Vine Grove Misfl Mary Belle Bas iam of Union Star is visiting Mr and Mrs Gus D ShellmanMiss Murray has returned home from a visit lov relatives at Cloverport Wave Lewis of Fostona Ohio is here visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Clint Lewis P J Dillon after a ten days visit to his parents has returned to his home at Howell Ind Miss Ruth Miller has returned to her home at Irvington after a weeks visit to relatives here George W AlcCubbins of Stephens port was the guest of Mr and Mrs Wm G Haswell Friday Wm G Beard who accidentally Injured his left hip last week is able to be up town on crutches Dr and Mrs McGnire of West Point N Y after a visit to relatives at Rootcvale returned home MondayI Miss Elllti Collins of Cannelton Ind who has been the guest of Mr and Mrs Patrick Dillon returned home FridayEKRON Miss Nellie Childs spent last weeK With relatives in Gnston Mrs Tom Roberts visited relatives in Elizabethtown last week Miss Benlah Hook of Hardinsbnrg is visiting Miss Minnie Woolfolk Bealle Grinelle of Brandenburg spent Sunday with Geo Frymire and wifeGoldsmith Frymire ot Louisville spent Sunday with his uncle W MI Frjmir Orley Woolfolk spent Sunday wIthI his parents Mr and Mrs J T Woolfolk Andrew Carrioo cf Washington city Is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Ben Carrico MrsJake Cox and daughter Lncile of Henderson are the guests of Mr and Mrs L G Cox Mrs James Skillman and son of Cloverport visited their aunt Mrs Dan Roberts last week Monroe Cox and Miss Agnew of Cloverport were the guests of MrI and Mrs Dan Williams Sunday Mrs Dutch Richardson and daugh ter Mrs Sykes visited Mrs Tony Miles of Buck Grove last Thursday Mr and Mrs James Coleman of Hill Grove and Mr and Mrs Dan Shaoklett spent Sunday with Lt G Cox and family Mr and Mrs Jeff Shumate and Mr and Mrs Henry Shnmate of Hill Grove were here shopping last Tues day and dined with 1tisA M Simpeon pt I QUARTERLY REPORT OF THE TWO STATES BANK At the close of business on the 30th day of June 1004- ItESOURCES Loans and Discounts SA277 2 Overdrafts secured Overdrafts unsecured Duo from National bunksQ6 50841 Duo from State Hunks and Hunkers 200000 850S41 Due from Trust Com panics Banking House and Lot Other Real Estate Mortgages US Ilonds Other Stocks and Bonds 194250j Specie 07422 Currency 255500 352922 iClearingsOther usCashFurniture and Fixtures 155112 Fund to Current Expenses lust Quarter Current Expenses last 6 Months 45406 I54r- of2G3i3 LIABILITIES fI5oooooSurplusUndivided Profits 111001 Due Depositors us follows viz Deposits subject to checkj paldf25151t3Deposits 3240Demandposit on which Interest Is jpaid Time certificates of deposits on which Int Is pd Saving Deposits on whichj Interestls paid Certified Checks 350S423j Duo National Banks Due State Banks and Bankers CompanlesCashiers J standing jmils rediscounted Unpaid Dividends unpaidCapital SUllLEJIENTAUV Highest amount of Indebtedness of any stockholder person cdrnpany or firm Including In the liability of jthe company or tlrm the liability of thertOfdlrlctlydebtedness exceeds vO per cent of capital stock actually paid In and jactual amount of surplus of the j NoneHowItem 1 secured See i Section 583 Kentucky Statutes Highesti amount of Indebtedness of any director or officer If amount of such Indehtedncssoxcecds per cent of paid up capital stock of hank None Fell Section 5S3 Kentucky Statutes securedDoes Includ pany or firm tho liability of the In dividual members thereof exceed 30 percent of paidup capital and NoIfedness Amount of lust dividend Vcro all expenses losses Interest before not less than 10 per cent of not profits of the bunk for the period covered by the dividend carried to dividend See Section 596 Kentucky Statutes 15220373STATEi County of Breckenridge ffBS StatesDanlethe town of Stephensport Ky In said county being duly sworn says tie foregoing report is In all respects a true statement of ofbusinessthebestbeentransacted mndeInreceivedfromthe30thsuch report shall be made JOHN S ADAm Cashier JohnSWM P HOOK Clerk By L B HELM D C R A SHELLMAN 1I WM B HARDIN Directors J II LEE 1 Formally Announces Hardinsburg Kv July 12tpec- ial Henry DeHaven Moorman has form lIly announced his candidacy for the office of connty judge subject to the action of the Democratic party Mr Moorman has been a practicing lawyer for four years and has held the offices of Master Commissioner of the Breckenridge Circuit Court and city attorney of Haidinsonrg He filled both these offices satisfactorily and with credit to himself Mr Moorman is the secretary of the Democratic County Committee having held this position a number of years He starts out in the race with the support of strong men in the party and will prove to bea hard man to defeat for the nomination and should he reoiove it will make a strong fight before the people Should he be elected he would make a good judge in whom the people of the connty would taro just pride Preparing for Big Crowd Hardinsbnrg Ky July 12Spe- oialThe Masons will lay the cor ner stone of the new Masonic temple on Saturday August 20 with all the imposing ceremonies attendant upon such an occasion Officers of the Grand Lodge of Kentucky will be present and officiate The committee is pre paring to entertain an immense crowd and the occasion will be one long to be remembered in the history of Hardinsbnrg Rates from all points will be given by the railroads I Fiddlers Contest a Feature Hardinsburg Ky July 12l3peC- lal A picnio for the benefit of St Romnalds church will be given here on Saturday July 80 An old fiddlers content will be one of the features of the day A largo crowd is expected to be in attendance Scratch Causes Blood Poison O C Woolfolk of Brandenburg was in the city Saturday and Sunday to have his land dressed by local physi cians The member was badly swollen a small knife scratch having caused blood poison to setup t + r 1 WantsAdvertis- ements 1 Inserted under this head atIono cent a word per week m h FOR SALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting machInes lot of good Laundry machines Also now and secondhand Gas and Gasoline Engines MARTIN GAHLE 510 3rd Street Louisville Ky LOSTA COW LOSTA white cow with some brown spots DouglttsFOR SALECOW FOR SALE Kresh milk cow good milker j CloverportKy L II ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND NoI6 Dally Fast Train leaves Cloverport 507 AM stops at West Point only arriv es at Louisville 715 A M No 42 Dally Mail and Express leaves Clo verport954 A M stops at all way stations arrives Louisville 1335 P M Train No 44 Exposition Limited dally ar rives Cloverport 443 p m Louisville 650 p m Stops at West lolnt only Train No4S Mall and arrives at Cloverport 700 p mot Louisville 945 pm Stops at all stations WEST BOUND No 47 Daily St Louis Mall und Express leaves Cloverport 043 AM arrives Evansville 150 I I arrives St Louis 6la 131 stops at nil stations Train No 41 Exposition Limited dally arrives Cloverport 1033 a m Evansville JOO pim St Louis 610 p m stops at Hawcs vllle Owensboro and Henderson only Train No 43 Mall and Express dully ar rives Cloverport 7 S5 p m Evansvllle 1030 pm Stops at all stations No 45 dully St Louis fast train leaves Clo verport 11 00 P M arrives Evunsvlllol35 A lIIbt Louis i 20 A 51 stops at Ilawesvllle Owensboro and Henderson only Fordsville Branch tEAST HOUND c rain No S Dally except Sway leaves Eor lsvllle4 0a m arrives H15 agaiffiraln No 4 Dally except Sunday loaves rlsvllle3tO P m arrives Irvington 000 v 1 ain No 0 Sunday only 4rdsvlllo600 a m Irvington 833 p m ii T WEST BOUND rrraill No 3 Dally except Sunday leaves IrvlnRton 11 00 a m arrives Fordsville 305 gain No 5 Dally leaves Irvington sio p mji arrives Kordsvllle 1100 p m H IIENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Round trip homeseekers excursions tg vest and Southwest first and third Tuesdays each mouth at greatlyreduced 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 Louis SeasI on ticket Jiii0 60 day ticket 055 15 day ticket D35tt Reduced rates to Democratic National Convention St Lows Sunday Excursion Rates 125 Cloverport to Louisville and return on morning trains of July 10 good returning on 43 or 45 same date Special occasion N Y Chautauqua excursion July 29 1904 On account of the Chautauqua N Y excursion rule of 1675 for the round trip Cloverport to Chautauqua andre turn will be made good returning not later than Aug 30 Old Point Comfort Excursions On July 14 and August 1H rate of W 1550 for the round trip Cloverport to Old Point Comfort and return will be made good returning 15 days from date of sale For excursion of Aug 13 spe cial train on C O will leave Louis ville at 5 p m- Summer Tourist Rates To Colorado Utah and Black Hills District Tickets to be sold any up turning to and Oct including 31 Sept 30 good dayIII = I m MBS CECELIA STOW Orator Entre None Club 176 Warren Avenue CHICAGO ILL Oct 22 1902 For nearly four years I suffered from ovarian troubles The doc tor insisted on an operation as the- only way to get well T however operationMywell as I for home with a sick woman is a disconsolate place at best A friendly druggist advised him to get a bottle of Wine of Cardui for me to try and he did BO began to improve inafewdapsandfmy recovery was very rapid Within eighteen weeks I was another being t I Mrs Stowe1 letter shows every byfemalehowcomrletelyWine ness and brings health and happi ness again Do not go on suffer ing Go to your druggist today and secure a 100 bottle of Wine of CarduicWIN ClR1 i MEET ME AT NOLTES 1d Now For Camping Schools are closed and its HO FOR AN OUTING Now For the Practical View of it You must have a good camp stovetheres no pleasure without good eatables well cooked This camp stove can be used as a lamp a great combination which youll appreciate Youll want plates pans cups knives forks and spoons that you dont mind losing You want a ham mocka swing for the childrengames- ball outfits In fact you want to visit our store to learn all that you do need and its here and the price is right JCNOLTEBROMASONIC CLOVERPORT KY Ra a CADICKS FLOUR- will GOLDDUST factoryOrder CdickaMilling CoGRANDVIEW IND ooooooooooooooo ooooo NOTICEI Our machine Shop and Foundry is now firstclass shape We are pre pared to do kinds of new re IleastI 1 1time and expense to patrons We guarantee all work to be first class in every respect Give a trial job Cloverport Foundry Machine Coi ICloverportKy JOHN S CULLEY 1 I mBRICK CONTRACTOR m j Lpuisvllle Ky tj r Water Queen Shows Here Capt E A Prices Water Queen his new floating palace gave a performance at the river Friday night which was well attended Capt has the reputation of having one of the best shows on the river and on none of his annual tours does he disappoint the people of this cityIAre You Sore 1 Sore Feet Sore MuEclek Sore joints Rheumatism Swellings and all in- lammations are quickly relieved and cured by the free use of Para camph a safe reliable home remedy Guaranteed to do what is claimed for it or money refunded ChildDead John Harris Neobanerthe oneyear old son of Mr and Mrs Jno Neu bauer died Friday night about I oclock of flux after an illness of only roar days The funeral was held Saturday afternoon the services being bv Rev P L King Mrs Lucy Hunter and Mrs Adelia Hunter of Glendcane have visit ing Dr and Irs J T Owen You Wish For better bread rolls biscuit an l pastry for your table JUST REMEMBER THAT GOLD DUST give them to you Tis said the proof of the pudding is m the eating same with CADICKS FLOUR it proves satis a trial sock from your grocer today e in all and our our us and i I Price i been GUARANTEE SATISFACTION WriteMe Bids r On Painting I CAN SAVE YOU MONEY Bert Beavin Cloverport Ky C W S Payne of Rained was here Tuesday looking for a locationii The Breckenridge News1 WEDNESDAY July 13 1004 k 3OOOOCXXXX5OOOOCXDOOOOOOOOOO 8 Keep an 8i Accounti The American armer i OXXDOOOOOOOOCXXXXXXXXXXXXX f It is impossible to conduct u farm on business principles without keeping- an account Many farmers run the farms in a loose manner not knowing c what they are making or the work that is profitable or unprofitable This is especially true in regard to sales ofof produce from week to week and the buying of the small necessary articles The farmer as well as the merchant should keep an accurate account of every cent paid out and every cent paid in Looking carefully after the Incoming and outgoing cents in a practical manner will greatly assist iinI keeping the mortgage off the farm We are told not to run in debt either for wares sold or money borrowed be content to want things that are not ab solutely necessary rather than run u the score Many of us fully that he who goeth a borrowing goet a sorrowing and yet sometimes iit seems that we cannot avoid going into debt When this is true we should keep an account of everything our selves creditors have better mem ories than debtors and all are liabletom to make mistakes so let us be known as the farmer who always keeps an account Some farmers do the some work and raise the same crops every year and wonder why they are not a success financially By keeping an accurate account they will find that their expense of doing this work has been fgreater than the income aud they could see wherein some change could he made that would yield n profit The grocers the merchants the doctors andall other bills creep up much faster than we think unless we are keeping an account If no account iis It kept we are not inclined to think of the bills until we are reminded it is payday and creditors are great observers of set lays and times but if wt are keeping our accounts we are daily reminded off expenditures and if we are spending more than we can afford we can iin some manner contrive to call a halt Any common note book can be used and the income and expenses should be noted immediately No merchant vould trust to memory and jot down items of such importance once a week Tate each item and ascertain at th close of each day your financial stand- Ing Look at the condition of things in a lair and square manner and make 1 a great effort to meet each bill when I due and remember that the paying of it debts is next to the grace of God the best u yofromd A vanity ia IUPallthTheTJ1U04H H Cherry President Souther- Normal theSchool and Bowling Ure m Business College Bowling Green Ky sir feet Wolf Creek Couple Wed Dr J1 Weaver of the Chestnutestreet Baptist church placed the cap stone on the happiness of Janice D iWilliams and Miss Susan Owens off Wolf Creek Ky who came to the Lou 0 isville Hotel yesterday to be married The certnony took place in the pres eonce of J N Pratt and J E Smith + friends of the couple who were pres o spendfew turn to their home in Wolf Creek Fri iays Courier Jcurual f The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There Is a disease prevailing In this country most dan erous because so decep i i tlyC Many sudde- deaths r1I are caused b y itheart disease neumonia heartt II IIfailure or the apoplexy resultx f of kidney disease 1 If1 kidney trouble is al f I kidneypoisoned lowed to advance the o blood will attack the = thekldntaway cell by cell wasteiiBladder troubles most always result from a derangement of the kidneys and a cure is 2 ofUkidneys It you are feeling badly you mersSwampRoot andbladder 2Ingunpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many 2 times during the night The mild and the extraordinary effect of SwampRoot is realized It stands the highest for its sooniiderful cures of the most distressing soldby ta mayhave i V grtTS N this wonderful new dls tiiii Ifii covery and a book that tells all about It both nome of s ampHoot CoBinghamtonreading this generous offer in this paper Dont mako nny mistake but remember tho Swamvltooton every bottlo It1 wwBlame No One But Yourself if You Dont Get Well When Sick All we can do Is glue advice Of course thats easy Dut our advice is really worth a HtUo moro to you than most peoples for we otter to glvo you the first bottle of o urthe youitWe could not afford to do this unle sbeour medicine was good Such an cite on the wrong kind of medicine woul put a merchant prince in the poor house Dr Miles Nervine however as yearsI experience have proved Is n mad cine that cures the sick J Those whom it cannot benefitlessII than one In ten thousandwe prefer to forefundj All wo ask of you is to try Dr Miles Restorative Nervine for your complaintS If you suffer from j exhaustion dizziness headache mus lacularj memory weak stomach poor blood bilious troubles epilepsy St Vltus Dance etc wo will guarantee to beneHuyou or refund your money You are the doctor yenrbecame ted aevera Ii hlomonths treatment with Nervine nndtperfecthealthMR aDeputyFREEWrite us and wo will mall Free Trial Package ofn tlScientificdiagnoseryou and how to right ft Absolutely wrongrl COIL= rOLD MULLSI PLEAj of FOR THE WOMEN W1 isijr IS to Carters Landing Ky Sir Editor Gnu you tell us why is that wngeenrning women don t receive the same wages as men when they put in the some time and do the some worK Do saleswomen get the pane wages as men clerks No they dontenelWhenfarmer moat have extra help pays from 150 to 105 per day Of It coarse he must 111kitchenflGO per dart No but 100 per in week now mind you She washes scrubs sweats over the stove from of bede8 and does a thousand other things but receives the insignificant sum of me 100 Why this discrimination Is witlooks that way We read ot an Incident that ha paned last week up in s city official died The ofiicial hadbl1j lady assistant She was hone stfife qualified tu fill tne place ant dead mans successor was elected was one good man among theonj itical runyoung lady for the office Well1 the other bosses jumped to their 1 and gave this good man to under stand that it would never do She as a woman and dad BO political iinfluence and that 3000 a year was too much for a woman to get for a years worn Now what do you think of that Just peoanse she was a woman and honest 3000 was too much OhiI how charitablfl we male mortals be Why is it that women are not allow ed the right of sufferage Just because men know darned well HS soon as women get the ballot in their hands their dram shops will go to bow wows Carrie Nation would elected president The first pro countrydY saloons would be smashed from hells half acre to Harper Ferry Isnt it possible that women would vote as intelligently as men Yes more so r a woman would make up her mind who she would vote for and go straight to the poles and not go to the first saloon till up on bug juice and kil m quick marsh to the poles ana vote as some political hoes dictates At this juncture anold wag boos p and says Look here Mull what are goo giving eat Yon are a darned shoulddeyes at the girls Well as to our beg an old bachelor we dont deny for a moment but if we were Morman with forty five wives it wouldnt change our minds in this We honestly believe that if were more women in responsible positions Hondoraswould not be over with defalcators and absconders a vacation Men will sit up nights preaching shoat the extravagances of women givehfI bust skull whiskey After he has drained it to the dregs all he has left swelled a head and an empty jug show for the fun Hubby will spend 5200 tor chewing tobacco to chew up and spit out If ltear wify asks for btfy cents tc buy a calico dress he will kick a hole through the atmosphere that a box cat could pass through Too Late Then Lee Turner editor of the Fulton Lender recently received a tine chick which he supposing it to te a dtsarlmHeinating and ute for dinner The following morn he received this letter Dear Editor Yesterday I sent you a cnioken = order to settle n dispute which has arisen here It dies with a new kind disease My wife thinks it had cholera while I think it had blind staggers Please examine it and Jet know what you think the trouble 1Goad Bathing Sunburnsprevents blistering relieves pain instantly and heals quickly itwithout an ugly scar Dont fall to carry n bottle of Paracamph witn you your vacation 1New Brick Pavement weeklaingOfPophamwnrehouseonHigh + + + + + LEARN TO COOK i 001111010 11111111011001110111N11111111011NN0 According to lies Lawrence Hodgkinson of the Chicago Progressive1 Health Club A husbandwill cat anything his wife wants him to if he loves her anaadmiring audience of women Maybe Mr Lawrence lIod ulnaIttough e steak and murmui sweetheart and ducky the while If so ho deserves a halo Zbecausebeing in love he views the girl through rosecolored glasses lIe e marriedye i istZ right that they should But there comes a day of reckoning for the girl who never learned anything about housework and Tnoin Homo toTileiersi 2remarksdiscoorithatequipment or else shipwreck will follow iSo she earns to cook as quickly as she can and ho helps sometimes by donning an apron and moro often by simply ilines iThei T beTwomen This much advice can safely bo given to the girls who are dispositiontooNO WOMAN WAS EVER LOVED LESS BECAUSE iSHE WAS A GOOD HOUSEKEEPER Cincinnati Post j ONIONNN NNNiN1MN NN i 1 f j Ji 1r i1 TiTL AI rP k Will be cheerfully paid in lawful money of the United States by the undersigned proprietors of signaturesofevery among thousands which they are constantly publishing attesting the superior curative properties of their testimonials r THE EASONThere is no medicine equal to Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery for the t purifying of the blood It carries off the poisons which contaminate the life fluid It increases the lc bodybuildingbloodpromotes appetite feeds vigorThere it is absolutely free from to aopium cocaine and all other narcotics tarnnfC n1CnnISIC A DV MJnlrA I A ccnrl ATlnM D4ft IJ l I of headacheheartburn PierresGoldenthe confidence of those seeking relief It is certainly a most a J 2 u u bycarelessis to this until it is too late and then you ask J do to get well I have your by far the fewdoseswell Ky I have been the use 1Rose 1 withbiliousnesstive and up the Had used but they did not r I soon that this in my up the of This the and I myyeep i Medical have reason in the to feel thepast J Is the l 21 in one in t or 31 Dr N Y IaaI i i Cash iren 1lftiAway to Users of LION COFFEE theLionHeadsweI t our customers In Addition to the Regular Free Premiums PtJ the same LionHeads will you to estimates in our 5060000 will l I make some of our rich men and You can send in as as There will be I TWO GREAT CONTESTS I TotalVote i t ranking giveGrandI a vo 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but entitle Grand Prize Contests which patrons women many estimates desired contests your nnnntnltln Inlnn hinh the reg free Second Prizes 600II sold 1 I Printed blanks to vote on found in every Lion Coffee Pack age The 2 cent stamp covers the expense of our acknowledgment to you that your estimate is recorded PRESIDENTIAL VOTE CONTEST I JforJ 1a19ODeiectlon13959G53peoplevotedforPresideat rect estimates received in Woolson Spice Cos office Toledo 0on or before Nov S 1904 we will give first prize for the nearest cBr rect estimate second prize to tho next nearest etc etc as follows 1 First Prize S2600OO1 SeoondPrlze 100000 lOOOOOO10 Prizes 10000II 100000 100000t50260 Prizes 1000II 26000O1800 Prizes 600to II 900000 2139 PRIZES TOTAL S20OOOOO i 4279PRIZES14279Dlstrlbutad r t 1000tt maklnll grandtefaltft 1 COMPLETE DETAILED PARTICULARS IN EVERY PACKAGE OF LION COFFEE WOOLSON SPICE CO CONTEST DEPT TOLEDO OHIO 51Breckenridge News one Year50c iirtil Angus1ir9 C t V fc Tv f r tJ f Ti i AAAAAAAAAJAAA t r 11CrUde ant the Thoughts Evening Pen Fall VYYYYYYYYYTYYY IJV AhAWI ui HOME CIRCLE COLUMN YYYYYYYYYY YYYYYYYYYY r I Children look in those eyes listen to that dear voice notice the feeling of even a single touch that is be stowed upon you by that gentle hand make much of it while you have the most precious of all gifts odi loving mother Head the un fathomable love of those ees the + anxiety in that tpne and look how r ever slight your pain In after lite you way have friends but never t Agnin will you have tho inexpressible love and gentleness lavished upon f you which none but a mother be tows TUS i There has ever been a spirit of con tempt in the manner in which the H home man IIIs regarded by some of his acquaintances and tbreseems to foe an underlying vein of sarcasm in the COmmEnts of sumo ns they refer in withering scorn to those of their fellow men who are perhaps in every way their morall and intellectual superiors The home maaM is the good man thehouest man the manly spendsf110mewith t work is done the more is it to his A Credit and eternal happiness The gay fellow who spends his time away from homo as much as possible with A coterie rfpf equally gay associates lives the life of the butterfly which is I devoid of benefit to himself or any body else and which when it has been lived has made no one any better leisuret I i 1 little ones or if he is unmarried with sensibletman the tuna for whom life holds r something broader and better than the shams and socalled pleasures of a butterfly existence f Sf2 Compare a taste for dress with a taste for knowledge virtue nnd piety Dress up an ignorant woman in the height of fashion Itput on plumes find flowers and diamonds and gew gaws paint her face and girt np her waist and nothing can equal hers this side of a painted feathered say I fi ge nor is theca anything more unpleasant to behold Yet just such young women we meet everv day placesilWhy is it so It is because too many women are regarded as a doll to be dressed n plaything to be petted How the soul of womanhood is dwarfed I and shrivelled by such trifles and i kept away from the great and useful ctfielda of active thought by the gtw u gaws that hang from their bonnet The richest dress Is always worn on 1tt the soul Tho adornments that wilt lj mot perish and that all men must I A adm ire shine frcm the heart through this life We do not cirticise the well dressed person man or woman We can but feel that God is a lover of dress Hu has placed robes of beauty nnd glory upon all his works Every a hewer Is dressed in richness every held blushes beneath a mantle of beauty every star Is veiled in bright ness every bird is clothed in the I habiliment of the most exquisite taste 1 The cattle upon a thousand hills are 1 dressed by the nand divine but to love a dress is qUite different to being a Enslave to fashion i The home influence liu either a blessing or a curse either for good or for jril It can not be neutral In 1 either ease it is mighty commerc 4 ing witn our birth going with ns f 5 through life clinging to us in death Teaching into the eternal world The specific influences of nusband and wife of parent and child of brother i AAA AAAAAAA AAAAA A Column Dedicated to Tired Mothers as They Join the Home Circle at Evening Tide- YYYYYYYYYYYYYY and sister of teacher and puoil united and harmoniously blended constitute the home influence It is great silent irresistible and permanent Like the calm deep stream it moves on in silent but overwhelming power It strikes its roots deep into the human heart and spreads its branches wide over our whole being Like the lily that braves the tempest and the Alpine flower that leans ita cheek on the bosom of eternals snows it is extended amid the wildest storms of life and breathes a softening spell in our bosom even when a hearties world is freezing up the fountains of sympathy and love Home impress ions are like the deep borings into flinty rock To erase them we must remove every strata of our being Even the infidel lives under the holy influence of a pious mothers impress ions John Randolph could never shake off the restraining influence of a little prayer his mother taught him when a child It preserved him from the clutches of a vowed In fidelity The home influence gives the first tone to our desires and fur nishes ingredients that will either sweeten or embitter the whole cup of life SSIt is a fine thing for any woman who has missed marrying a man with a bad or indifferent character We know there are women who say they do not mead men being a little wild that when they settle down they make the best husbands The devil never spread a blacker lie among intelligent people an l the wonder is in spite of the poor brokenhearted theIsensible woman will believe it for a minute We do not believe in any woman marrying a man in a Mission ary spirit hoping to reform him If his regard for his sweetheart does not lead bun to reform consideration for his wife will not do it It a man has lived a fast life until he is twentyfive or thirty years or age nothing but the grace of God will make a decent husband out of hint and life In the home with a man of this kind will in time fade away Ithe delicate tints of womanhood from the sweetest character Maid choosing husband remem ber this You take his nature with his name Ask tpowbut his religion Is For yon will soon be of the same The pill that will will till the bill Without njjripe To cleanse 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 re units that LO one who uses them is disappointed For quick relief from biliousness sick headache torpid liver jaundice dizziness and ill troubles arising from an inactive sluggish liver Eary Risers are un equaled Soldhy all druggists A Speculation No Longer Advertising has become a fixture It no longer is considered an expel Jment or a donation but an invest ment It employs the best talent it receives high salaries for its servicesg- arspoor and fraudulent goods being pushed ouckwards by this mighty force and the commercial world is entering upon a buster more protlta ble era Only those publishers who have a bona fide circulation and quote honest rates giving dollar for dollar can hops to survive r t7i IVe can ut iII i WeibiiID-oyou think we cannot make bug pies out of paint and varnish and low t grade stuff and call it high grade We standsfi Believed That Day df iv Silver Dollar Is Gone Washington July 5A statement attributed to toe director of the mint George T Roberts to the effect that there will never be another sliver dollar coined in this country has caused unusual interest in the financial world and the Interviews tit out from Portland Ore is given prominence in financial journ ale The director of the mint is in Alaska but inquiry among ins asso cratest here shows that they are rather skeptical as to his having made such a sweeping statement Ono of the officials said It is undeniably a fact that the sup ply of silver bullion that was purchas ed under the Sherman law is exhausted and there is no present prospect of any more new silver dollars being turned out by the government Indeed this possibility would seem to depend only on the election of n 1C to 1 Congress Altogether the bullion purchase under the Sherman law amounted to 1C8COO000 ounces or 200000000 Of this all has been used up except 10000000 ounces t f bullion which his being held for subsidiary coin In this connection the belief is ex pressed in financial circles that the day of silver bullion is gone At the present rats at which the old coins are being called Intbe original supply ot silvercart wheelsis expectedi to be rapidly diminished and a silver dollar will become a rarity in fact it has already reached that point in business transactions in the east Whether Congress will see tit to renew the supply before all fiilver dollars disappear is of course a matter of which the mint officials are unable ti speair Weak Hearts are caused by indigestion I you eat a little too much or if you are subject to attacKs of indigestion the stomach expands swells and puffs u against the heart This crowds the heart and shortens the breath Rapid heart beats and heart disease is theI final result Kodoi Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat takes the strain off the heart cures indigestion contrI1bateshealth to every organ of the body Sold by all druggists t Value of States Property The total value of property in the Stat of Kentucky as equalized for taxation by the State Board of Equalization which completed Us labors a few days since is 630744 205 This is an increase over last year of 14804240 ia assessed value the valuation of 1008 having been placed at 021039105 Of the in crease made over last year the sum of 188155499 was a natural increase in the counties and the sum of g5 048741 was increased by action of the State Board of Equalization Th raise by the State Board was on th farm land and personality in thirty six counties and on the town lot in twelve counties The assessment as made in the other counties of the State was either accepted on first consideration by the Boars or after hearing delegations from the counties Report Was Not True A report was circulated Lere last weeK that the Great American Water Shows which exhibited here recently had failed and had gone out of bust ness This was a mistake as the shows are at Evansvllle reorganizing and making improvements Col lawman the owner and man ager was in the city Friday tosee Capt Price of the Price floating palace and to purchase one t of His caliopes for use on his water shows Iri iworkI and good material in every part where you cansee it and where you cant 1 here IS less profit In this kind of work but more satisfaction toboth maker and user If its new and uprtodatewe make it Remember the buggy makes the name not the name the buggy The Geo Delker Co1l U CORPORATION + 120 to 12g Elm Stretlt Henderson Kentucky I I t Sold by dealers everywhere If your dealer does I 1 not handle the Geq Delker Work write direct to the 1 factorylr1 Lf f1 f r 1 Io to ot Tf I- j 4- I =i J 1 J t f0 I HOW AGRICULTURE ISTO BE ROBBED Farmers Wages To Be Reduced 1000000000 By Speculators Etc In 1904 If the speculators food trusts packers and other people who have been making prices for farm products carry put their designs farmers will receive for then 1004 crops more than a thousand million dollars less than they will receive if the prices can ue maintained on the present baslssuys the lust issue of UpToDate Farming oillclnl organ Of the Ameri can Society of Equity Shall this thing comp to puss Farmers work longer hours at harder labor for less pay than any other class of people in the coutftry yet the people who have ben pricing the crops are detremlned to cut donw the price of their products through which they get ther wages True the farmers will have a living even when prices are low But how about the merchants and inannfactur ers and all the people dependent upon diem The farmers must sell a apro lit if they will have any money to spend Big crops at low prices have been tne curse of our country and when they come again we will hove panics and hard times Therefore everybody should work for good prices for farmers crops and prosperity will tcontinue askedFarmersjrtbout it You see the impending repregentatives in business no institutions no news papers that are fighting your battles Except one institution The American newpsaperpUpToDate Farming You are nu merous enough important enough toI take care of yonr own interest You can change the fatal trend of pricesI downward and keep them at the equitable mark if you will learn to control marketing Tnis is what you must learn You wont need to strike from the work of producing hut yo must strick against your vicious sys tem of marketingof dumping your crops without any regard to the dr mind You must market a years supply over a year to meet a years demand You must Keep your crops ont of the public elevators ware houses and stock yards where others manipulate them but let them come off of the farm when the buyers willI seek them at your price All thepe things can be done quickly In many cases it tins been accomplished al ready Tight Shoes Make soft corns hard corns nnd relieve ise flammation and make the feet com assI good so bo sure you get Parncauiph Changes in Monument Lexington Ky July OSlgno Moretti the Italian sculptor who Is engaged in making the GoebelI statue to be placed on top of the Goebel monument in the Frankfort cemeter has made many changes iin the appearance of the figure during the past few days and it lIs now be lieved the model will meet with approval of the Goebel I when they convene here to inspect ii within the next few days The commissioners have viewed the work on two different occasions and each time Arthur Goebel and other mom bers of the commission found fault with figure and offered suggestions I which in their opinion would im prove the looks of the statue All the suggestions offered by the corn o mission have been carried out by toet sculptor and the figure as it now stands is a perfect likeness of the dead stateSnll1ITelegraphy Send for special catalogue of the National School of Telegraphy Ever worthy graduate secures a position Address H H Cherry Bowling Green Ky Had Alanagerie of Nor Own A story is told of a Cherokee woman who has married six times and never got out of the animal line When she was a girl she was known as Miss Mollie Panther She married an Indian named Coon and when this gentleman was transferred to the happy hunting grounds she became Ira Fox The Fox did not last always and when he entered the last chose the widow married a mild placid man named Mulewho never had any kick coming until he harnessed np to draw his load across the Grand DivideAfler a period of mourning the widow entered the realms of matrimonial olisa and became Mrs Wolf lead when his scalp went to the Great Father along with his corporeal remains she became the wife of a t l- A QC 4 f IH ASTORIA ti For Infants and he Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the 1- signature of r 1 In- Use For Over Thirty Years ASTORIA CENTAUR SOMAMY YORK CITY fliti AitilAitititittqAi1AilAilititCfnn nnnnnnnnn nnn nn nV q JAPAN IN VICTORY AND DEFEAT- s t Japan has shown that she possesses all the qualities t- I sthat together form the sum of national greatness she lira exhibited them in such marked degree that sho has won the t r worlds admiration the admiration even of hor political op t ponents She has displayed tho qualities of courage pa t 5 triotism farseeing intelligence the Japanese are n military t landuft they have shown themselves masters of their craft Now n t tination so richly endowed as this is no more to be destroyed t x by defeat if defeat comes by preponderating force than ft land can bo rendered sterile because a growing crop has been J ft laid low under the merciless attack of hail rain and scorch x- ft ing sun It iis within1 the range of possibilities that Japans J may meet with reverses that in the course of her triumphal t K progress there tray come a time when she can make no fur A ft ther headway and the result may he a stalemate Even soft a if the worst befalls and sho must sue for peace her defeat i AsFrancoYft There is only one phase of the character of the Japanese isex they can bo as resolute in defeat as they have shown them tIft aneso naval and military commanders have boon models of t ft modest brevity Facts have boon stated in the most concise t ft terms and deeds of rare heroism have been recorded in Inn t S gouge so terse that it almost seemed as if Japan alone of all J J the world were unimpressed by the devotion and courage of J her defenders Vo know however that the Japanese are v wanting in neither imagination nor fooling but their emo tIY their selfcontrol The history of the world has shown that jt the Asiatic has never been able to stand up under severe punishment Defeat destroys his morale and with the fa a fleethopelessness t Jj onto more revolve the wheel in his direction But the Tap t J arose are the paradox of Asia of all Asiatics they are the t j least Asiatic I have always been impressed by the fact J 5 that the accident of geography has huda tremendous in v iluenco upon the Japanese character and that it is because v they are an island people that they fire today disproving file v 5 tho worlds preconceived theories For the Japanese are in v- j all Asiai the one island people and the profound mystery of tof the sea iif never more profoundly revealed than in the un v t conscious effect it has on the character rnd moral fibre of a tpeoplef whose very blood runs more quickly because tho salt r tof the sea is in their veins and their faces have been washed ft t by the spume of olcunA Maurice Low in the JulySep ft tem 1 IN x1 Olum sII- WJMWWVMo rrrrrrrrrrrirrirpratrrrryrrrerrvrrrrnYrrorYe AversPillsat bedtime Sugarcoated mild certain They cure constipation Loyal Mii Eaman named Tigerand when Mr Tiger changed his stripes for a pretty white robe in the treat Beyond she selected another husband by the name of Rao bit Rich Man Works as Menial Cnarles U Stillman son of a mul timillionaire banker of New York and himselt worth 000000 working as a baggagesmasher for the South ern Pacific railway in this city He wears overalls and works an hard as employeSanFranclRco CblcaJoObronlole I h r co t Children THE NEW Tree Found at Great Depth The trunk of a large tree has been encountered at a depth of 1000 feet by the oil drillers at Crockett Texas Large pieces of perfectly preserved bark and wood of clear gram have been brought to the surface The wood is of very hard texture and the tree is estimated to have been bet tween two and three feet in diameter Law v TaKe a course in our Law Schooll Sand for full information Address H H Cherry Bowling Green Ky tyt4a 14 1117 Ayers Bald Scalp shiny and thin Then its probably too late You neglected dandruff If you had only taken our ad vice you would have cured f Hair Vigor the dandruff saved your hair and added much to ireIf not entirely bald now is your d opportunity Improve it If I have reed Ayers Hair Vigor for orer 40 year I am now 91 yearaoldand luire a heavy y growth or rich brown hair due I think en- C rely to Ayer Jlalr VIor Dine III A KIlITU Belleville HI s VIM a bottle j c AYES ro- 10W0II Jr Alldrulldfor veils Good Hair The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JULY 18 10CM DERBY IND or Mrs Marion Fite is on the sick listI Mrs Mary Peokinpxugh is ill at her home Roy Sheldon of Cannelton was ina town Thursday Born to Mr and Mrs Elias Bryant Tuesday a boy Miss Elsa Anson visited Miss Susie McGintylast week Joe Davis failed to get license to sell liquor in our town Miss Edith Groves and Ed Hughes were in town Tuesday Clyde Saunuers returned from a VI- SIt to Canuelton Tuesday last Mrs Ellsworth Badger who has been ill at her nome is improving Sidney Cummings called on Miss Nel le Lee GIllIliiiid at Chenault Sunday Mifs Myrtle Mitchell visited Miss Babe Anderson at Dexter last week Mis Clink Brodieof Chenanlt visit ed Mrs Matt Davis above town last week Miss Anna Hetnuilngway returned to her home at Magnet Saturday after an extended visit to the Misses Fite 1 tMisses Lnclle Ada and Bessie Gun ningham and Mtara Landers fcaufei over on the botlli Thnt8dajrr from Chenanlt 4fI WOLF REEK Ed Kelley is at iiqm ntUlulI 1 Mrs Minnie Chi Idofs and daughter Ethel of Louisville spent thevFourth here Mrs Robert Smith and sisW 1 Estella Owings went to iftutaville Tuesday Mr and Mrs Madison Lestef pf Louisville are visiting her pare Mr and Mrs William Etherton Miss Sue Owings and Jas Williams were married in Louisville Thursday evening at the Louisville Hotel Mr and Mrs Bud Hardin of Schooner Point Ind were guests ol Mr and Mrs W D Smith last week Mrs Carrie Purdy and grand daughter Marie Uibbs spent several days witb friends at this place re turning home Friday IRVINGTON Clint Adkisson il off for a vacation Harry Downs of Louisville was a visitor here tSunday Mrs D W Henry Is home from a trip to Meade county Miss Annie Lee Bandy Is in Stephensport with her sister Clarence McGlothlan went to Owensboro on business Saturday Miss Eula Stlth of Louisville is with her sister Mrs W E Brown M D Drake and Mrs Oassie Bush spent the Fourth in Louisville Clarence Penick and family spent several days in Louisville last week Miss Josie Weaver of Louisville ie with Mr and Mrs Bate Washington Miss Willa Urury entertained a few friends to a 0 oclock dinner Thurs day Miss Mary Henry is home from a pleasant visit to her sister at Bewley yule Wallace Claycomb Flute Uaycomb and S R Bandy were In Louisville last week on business D C Heron and Clarence Mc Glothlan went to Cannelton to see a fine game of baseball Mrs H K Bramlett and children are home again from a pleasant visit to relatives in Indiana Morgan Richardson and SOD of Brandenburg were here visiting Dr Moremau part of the week 7Grand-t t 1 Masonic Event AT 1 HARDINSBURG R J AUGUST zo1 1904 f On that da- teBreckervridgew Lodge- No 67 C F lL A M r Will lay the corner stone of their new Terne 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 1 i many years Full particulars will be given the public shortly tf 1 i f1 a I tClL9r r3T L6 3r 9r rtii 1 tci l BABYS DELIGHT And Mothers5 CoMfort ruticureAYZOAD the great Skin Cure Not only are they the purest sweetest and most effective for preserving purifying and beautifying the Skin Scalp Hairand Hands of infants and children but they afford instant relief and refreshing sleep for skintortured babies and rest for tited torturingdisflgurIng scalphumorswith loss of hair and are sure to succeed when all else fails Sold throughout the world Cutlcuri sap SScOlit meat 50 HciolrtBt SOc In form of Chocolate Cotira 1111 Zeper will of CO Urpotii london V Charter heUte IIItI aHuedeUltUi notion 137 Columbus Are Hotter Drug k Chem Sole lrop ISend for All About Baby1klo Scalp ud lltlr Mrs G T Marshall and little Ruth Marshall left last week for an in definite visit to White Mills J S Dnnlap of Lonisvillepreached twice at the Baptist church Sunday m the place of toe regular pastor Frank Claycomb the energetic in surance man will work in the terri I tory of Forks of Rough this week Mrs Dave Cnlley of Louisville and Mrs Jai Wittot Owensboro are with Mr and Mrs Henry Ashcruft for a visit Mrs Blythe left for Cloverpoit Fri day after a two weeks visit to her sen Thomas BIythe the lively livery manLittle Alfred Herndon who has been confined to a sick bed for wore than a month is still a very sick childWe regret to learn of the illness of Mrs Laura Davis of Louisville who is now at the home of her sister Mrs Henry Davis Our scientific base ball pitcher Roy Wimp went to Cannelton the Fourth to leud good service to the base ball team there Mrs R B Tuttles mother Mrs Mattie Lowery of Winchester Ky returned home Sunday after a fonr weeks visit at this place Quite a number of our young peq pie composed a lively dinner party at the hospitable home of Col and Mrs Bate Washington Monday Miss Vista Lyons has enjoyed the past week with her friend Miss Blanche Neafns near Ekron who returned with her Sunday for an In definite visit The bame Old Story J A Kelly relates an experience similar to that which has happened in almost every neighborhood in the United States and has been told and retold by thousands of others He says Last summer I had an attack of dysentery and purchased a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy which I used according to directions and with entirely satisfactory results The trouble was controlled much quicker than former attacks when I used other remedies Mr Kelly is a well known citizen of Henderson N C tor sale by A R Fisher Cloverport and R A Shellman Stephensport Druggists Has 300Acre Farm W E Baker of Sulphur Springs Ohio county was in town Monday I and gave us a call Vr Baker u the son of Mr Sam Baker of Pate vll1e bat has lived in Ohio county for the past eight years where he is doing nicely on a 800 aore farm Hancock Clarion CASTORIAJI For Infants and Children- Thi Kind You Nays Always BNiM Bears the nSignature + pk I r 4I 1 ia1 i 1 i1 w It IT i 101 t1 t J ti J aielai 1 The baby of Mr an41irst i I I i fl3tevl p JQmuQ1RQSundaySundayOn cltJiiIswhich grows In atbi it1nn jn J1Iiwoods IitlngtheI waR calltd lijq aTuday on account of her ruolllerIeg I1dtiiibIittosit Cainpbellitegive a Sundayschool picnic on the fifth Saturday of thi month They will have an excursion to Henderson and spend the day at one of fender son I sparks Summer complaint is usually prev about among children this season A well developed case in the writers family was cured last week by the use of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea itemedyone of the best patent medicines manufactured and Is always kept on hand at the home of ye scribe This is not in tended as a free pull for the company who do not advertise with us but to benefit little sufferers who may sot be within easy access of a physician No family should be without a bottle of this medicine in the housees pecially in summer time LansinR Iowa Journal For sale by A R Fisher Uomporl and It A Shell man Stephensport Bananas to Sell by Weight New York July aWithin a short period the United Fruit Company will establish throughout the entire scope Of their distribution in this country says the Journal of Com merce tne system of selling bananas by weight instead of by the bunch This will involve the sale of millions of dollars worth of fruits and will place the entire method of auction ing on a different basis This Barbecue Pays Well Nearly onA thousand people attended the barbecue given by WmAldridgu on Jeffreys cliff July 4 It is reported td have been n very pleasant occasion Mr Aldridge made IS138 clear of expenses Hancock Clarion 251b sack good flour 55c 31bs good lard25ca pkgs Arbuckles coffee 25c 2 pks Lyon coffee 25c 2 pkgs XXXX coffee 25c I G hays Ivory soap 25o G bars Fels Naptha soap 25c 21bs loose coffee 25o 3 cans salmon 25c 3 cans grated pineapple 25c 2 cans chip beef 25c G cans devil ham 25c 3 cans mustard sardines 25o G bags table salt 25o 3 pkgs Jolly Con 25c tJ 3 Btf 7 iijJ ttI 4v q3QiFe1aBEP 7 t kettle Rliift iitd- tonct 1 knoWwhatt vottldliafcIIfibntr SodAs ho poke be put this dir ikforgotiilthe w Anvil forgetting all stewmr andsti8 0 wasjjttbe dishes jad tf 9 its She v made o bads aid O f QrI saS 1Pettrdriestapor piid a tpdutnp twerp c jthdjtviilk 8fp i it uiIbt the Iavo of a tl 1jiif d r JJ jdssho sung khe im- gpn4iligtl r rfor the ordor itcarrc1yt pail- lventtwIiIstling an liiealouriuyfnild hw tldhenrd the whistte iha one n aqIel ing It tfiousht GQIBa rad wholoves work aUidiihppy and contented And because she Sang her heat was mellowed and as She swept about the back door the cool air kissed her on each cheek and she thought of a poor olcl woman she knew and a little packet went over to that home with a quarter for a ate or twor of wood So beqause he kissed her and praised her the song came ftntT i the influence went out and out Piss 1 4 on the praiSe It A word and you may make a rift In the clouds a mile and you mtfy create a new resolve a grasp ol the hand and you way repossess R- foulrfvvAlen Must Work History shows and observation con pQopielong run idleness conduces to moroson ess Moreoverman was made to works Perhaps that is one reason why Adam and Eve went wrong in the beautiful Garden of Eden because they did not have enough td do and whtn by divine Hat they were driven out and compelled to begin a life of toll this apparent curse was to prove ultimately a blessing to tnem and to their long line of descendants Men differ in their capacity to sing paint and orate but the one tie that binds humanity together is its ability to work And when one ceases to work he ceases to grow He begins to de generate Fall Session The Fall Session begins Auirupt 80 1004 Write fQr catalogue Address H H Cherry President Southern Normal School and Bowling Green I Business College Bowling Green Ky j BABBAGE SON Cash Prices 3 jars jelly 25e 1 set dinner plates 30c 1 set cups and saucers 30o 1 set table glasses 1Oo- G I 5 pkgs Pearline 25c 2 cans table peaches 25c 1 gallon sorghum 30e 3 Ibs prunes 25c 3 cans Vienna sausage 25o 40ft wire clothes lino10c 3 doz clothes pins 5c Mens 1 overalls 75c Ladies 1 Half Shoe GOo 3 large towels 25c 7 bars Lenox soap t 250- Call for Trading Stamps Bring your Produce to BABBAGE SON iroiI t lN ys t 11ti aflaflcyt t f mP 1 l = W7 iY n =y of i MKS KATE TAYLORtrt Mrs Kate Taylor a graduateda Ilperlcnceletter tier position In society aM professional standing combine Is give special prominence is bier utterances wwIH1CAGO ILL 427 Monroe Btreet C As far as I have observed Perua la the finest tonlo any man or vomnJcan use who Is weak front the after effects of any serious illnessMM Peruna seems to restore vHatfty Increase bodily vigor and renew health 5 and strength la a wonderfully short tlmcAfRS KATE TAYLOR Address The Peruna Medlclno 01Columbus OlilOjlf you desire free liter turo on catarrh r Morgans Men to Meet 1 The survivors of the Confederate band known M Morgans men will bold another reunion at Park Hilt Ky near Carlisle August 17 next This was decided upon by a meeting held at Lexington by some of the 1 test known men connected with the I famous Raiders mong whom were Gen Basil Duke Green Kellar and Howard Taylor ot Carlilae Geo Tay lor of Nichotanville and Cap Steve Sharp Hoptinaville Kentuckian Z Att J T Conner was down from Rome = 1 I Ind last week y I l t GREAT Mo ODJ = I I l r 1 1 PicnicAT Near Hardins Mill Friday HiEiit July 22 t I RefreshmentsMusic Ddncing FloorL Choice Milling Wheat wanted II1 We are today paying 90cts per bushel de f livered on track Louisville for No 2 Soft Red j Winter Wheat and aim at all times to day the c ll- F a top market price r f J COMMUNICATE WITH US BEFORE SELLING II I JJBr I k J July 1I9Q4 A j 6 1 i Louisville Iy t r 1 j to r jtJliii f ftj Ii IJI V t1 I k L11