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Digital page images are linked to the text file. p b V o I r I 1 4 I J r 1 j I V it i 1 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSn 1 l tJ ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TOPRINT i 3card Hn rEADI iVOL XXIXt CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 27 1904 8 Pages STKO OURBA GAIN = lrs ts der Are Over L LIFES SPARK OUT i FOR IRA DeHAVEfll js if hrBrighti s Disease Causes His Death After Lingering Illness J Of Many Weeks iIfF f Y t LONG A PENITENTIARY GUARDI Ira DeHaven died last Vednesday afternoon at 5 oclock at the brome of his mother Mrs Mary rio i ven this oity He had been in poor heal since tile first of May About Ju 3 his condition became critical an otpWhilBit iP9Jiaeaae Mr DeHavona home was all fSvillo + bptlftr icfcame ill here while on a visit Mr DeUaven was born in this city In 1808 In the early part ot his life he engaged extensively in the v tanbark and timber business with his tather the late Judge John R DeHaven He then was employed by a number of mercantile firms of this city In 1604 he secured a posi- tIon as guard at the State peniten nary at Frankfort He afterwards was given a like position at the Eddyvllle penitentiary which he held at the time of his death He alwa 3 j took an active interest in politico and bad many friends among the political leaders of the County and State In February 1002 the deceased was married to Miss Talmage D J Stone of Frankfort To this union was born one son Singularly the child was born on Wednesday Mr l leHaven was born on v Wednesday Jdttied on Wednesday Mra DeH Haen will remain in tile city severalI weens and then return to her oldI home at Frankfort Besides hlswlfo mother and childi i Mr DeHrtven is survived by four Brothers Fred of Louisville Carl of Terre Haute Ind Orfilo and Wick life of this city and one sisterV Miss Mamie DeHaven The fuqeral was held from theI family residence Thursday afterno at 4 oclock Revs P L King andoO Cnristlan officiating and the Interment was in the oar cemetery BUGBEE pHardinsburg Ky June 2P 1004 i Mrs Elias Bngbee daughter of Mr and Mrs W B Taul died at Wa nosa Okla June 13 She was nod to idr Bugbee of Iowa at mat l cga pkllhoma April 1800 Juallt lived an exemplary Christian life frJleaven many friends and relatives with a thusband and three girls to mourn tier loss The little ones w l never realize the loss ot a mother Blest be the tie that binds The kindred hearts BO dear And with the cord we thus enr twineds+ We lnose our friends so near Cousin IN CIRCUIT COURT y Clark Owen of Breckenridge county was fined f50 His stock license gave him no right to operate in Hancock Judgment was rendered In favor of the Two States Bank at Stephens port against R W Shoemaker for 22G with 0 per cent interest from May IS Hancocfc Clarion IS NOW BETTER MI s Ethel Johnson and brother Murray of East Thlrd street have refnrned to their home after a weeks stay in Breckearidge county where ides were ratted to the bedside of k their cousin Miss Myrtle Williamson who WHB dangeronsly ill but is betfI fUrr8atidyBt OwMMfeoro Isquirer r eEntertained Informally r tJ11IM Elizabeth aid Margaret Skillnaan entertained iaformally the i younger set Friday eTeaiBg IM honor of their I = nests Misses Ruth and La olio Graham and Mary and Eli- NIYat za = ot lnulevle = ANDREW BURK IS FREE MAN AGAIN 1 Acquitted Of Complicity in MuKferr ofilP McCarverNear JSra 1 Victoria in 1900 IPINCHECOE FIGHTERS PINCHED In the circuit court at Hawesrille Friday Andrew Burk wes acquitted assistingb Victorsda n nnd Mike Bark uncles of Andrew were sentenced to time penitentiary on the same charge Abcnc one year fitter A FVsilintt Dan was sentenced to five years imprisonment but was pardoned by Gov Beckham after he had served about six months The term of Mike Burk who later was given a sentence of two years Is now nearly finished AndreVr Burk had fought the charge against him for nearly four years The verdict in his case was not unexpected The killing of MoCarver is familiar to many of our readers as it attracted much attention at the time both Breckenridge and Hancock as have the trials of the three Burks The night the crime was committed the Bark boys were very much undi the influence of liquor and we returning from this city to the home at Victoria McCarver kept a store near Victoria and when they reached this place they made some diaturbance McCarver told them tp keep quiet and the shooting then began it iiisaid A witness of tho affray who fled for safety said he e8 Andrew Burk standing over McCar ver with a knife raised in his handI The body bore out this part of theI story as there was a knife wound in it sufficient JO cause death Andrew Bark testifying for himself i said that he had no knife hav- Ing l loaned hit weapon to Mike on the road to the place nJake Richards was sentenced to ne year in the penitentiary by the Hancock circuit court last SVsdaeeaa for having shot Miles Fuqua Sco Smith Otis Smith and Richards also were each fined 25 and sentenced to serve twenty days in jail for breaking moatyremorto section of Hancock county Piles Upon Top of Piles Piles upon top of piles of people have the Piles and DeWitts Witch Hazel tanyIIyon get the genuine and original Wltcn Hazel Salve made by E C DeWitt QeitaloHays I had piles 20 years and DeWitts Salve cared me after every thingelse failed1 Sold by all druggists CLEARED 93180 ON MOON LIGHT PICNIC That giving moon light picnics isa a paying business wheri properly managed and advertised is evidenced by Louis Sahlles success in this particular line of trade Friday night last Mr Hahlie attributes his success to the advertising which ho placed In the News for several weeks and other metnoda employed by men who have the tact of maKing such ventures successful With H lengthy grin on his face Mr Sallie stated I in the News office Saturday that he cleared3180 sad would have hadI torithrl3ateologI dred staple were with him OA IV X seam Be ugh 4lisat eltbct9 DEATH COMES TO MRS IL C SMITH Widqwjbf the Late John C Smith + 4 Dies of Heart Disease at Home in Hardinsbtirgs LED DEVOTED CHRISTIAN LIFE J r Hardinsourg Ky July 2tLSpe ciall Mrs Hettie 0 Smith age sixtyseven years widow of the late John C Smith died at her home 1 in this place Tuesday night July 10 She had been sick ahout ten days with heart disease and her death was not unexpected The funeral took place the following day from St Rom alds church the Rev Father Wm L Gabe officiating at the ser vices She was laid to rest in cemetery adjoining the choral basic her husband Mrs Smith leaves four children T L James Mrs D a McGill and Miss Emma beside other near relatives Mrs Smith lived a devoted Christian life sad she was noted for hnr faithfulness and piety She will be much missed in this community ShoesBMake soft corns hard corns a bunions hurt Paracnmph will relieve iier conitt j good so be sure you get ParacampE V POSTOFFICE REPORT Postmaster J H Rowland has mac x tile port of the lidsinees lions by the local office for tha fiscal year endl June asstwover ea of the preceding year The total receipts of the office from July 1 1003 to June 80 1004 were 246044 This was divided as follow Postage stamps stamped en velopes wrappers and postal cards f2232 04 jbOx rent 17500 postage on second nlase matter 53 This is an increase of approximately fifteen percent over the receipts of the preceding year which here 2160 number of money orders lean ttdaring the year were 3651 an these amounted to 10001 BO TI amount paid out on orders drawn the focal office was 403050 This beleaves a surplus of 1184 to tbe credit of the local office which is sent to the depository at Louisville USEFUL BOOKLET The Henderson Route has bgted a nneful little booklet entitled Win is Inside and What is Outside the Worlds Fair and How to See It The booklet is gotten out in ne form and is attrao lively bound a printed and contains much imports information for visitors to the gre exposition The booklet tells How TO Go by the Henderson Rente How to Get Out to the Fair Grounds 17ponbe Arrival at St Louis How to G etn hlngsitteresting facts abut the exposition j list of features alone The Pike a plan fat touring the exposition I large urns of the Worlds Fair wi- ndexi to every bu tiding map of St Louis Whatjtb See in tit Louis an- a fine pictuet of Festival Hall a j the CscadesJJ GIVE LAWN FETE 1 An enjoyable lawn fete was given at the home of Misses Margaret a nd J Edith Burn Thursday evening by the Clover Blossoms the juvenile missionary society of the M 1Ei ohurcn South About 900 was clea edjj I GISTSHORES J Patesville Ky Jnly 26Speolal Will Gist of this place and Miss Kate Shores of Victoria were mar nod Sunday at tbe home of the rideI OPENING SESSION f VERY PROMISING W Chin InstitutAe Mill Probably be Best Everk Mw Held iii County v f i rij ABOUr 100 TEACHERS PRESENT 1 itf 94Spady Teachers Institute met in session ati tbVjtconrthonae Monday morning witjufcnpt Joel H Pile presiding thejlforganization was perfected by tbe lection of MillS Jessie Cary ot Glenijeane as secretory The In aVngiw la Prof Charles Evans of Mar on who is one of the best In thei StHtp I About one hundred teachers perhapler worc1and this session of the In etitjjfte promises to oe the best held iin recent years WILL OPERATE SOON Manager FDWhtteneckof the local1 branch of the J T Polk company of Greenwood Ind stated to a represen tative of the News Thursday that tomatoedabopt of August He imid that the tomatoes being raised here loathe cannery are in very good con ditlonand are expected to ripen in large quantities in about three weeks Mr Whiteneck arrived in the Thursday with D HDancnq who sat s bad a position with the company UrN wOod bat will have charge Ot wpitate down from Greenwood to ma some arrangement for the operation of the cannery and to spend several days in the city Six tomato peennq machines were shipped here last week to be installed at once in the cannery Even wit the use of these machines a large number of women will have to be e ployed as it requires six or eight women to operate each machine edBUTTON FACTORY todr Sowee opinooAn that an institution of this character would pay here The mussel tehellJ which are being gathered out of th riven here every summer and throng- the fall season amount to many tons and theta is no reason why they should not be utilized here Making profltabstl hero as anywhere else and the thin we need is the factory to do the work Daniadmadeut so y at Leavenworth Ind operated by home capital A public meeting willI called to consider this matter in short time KNOCKED UNCONSCIOUS An empty tool box fell from a scaffold Friday afternoon and struck tnflldtlAawoundt He was knocked down by the blow and Tde box weighed fifteen or twenty pounds dnd fell about fifteen feet His fellow workmen believe be wpuW have been seriously hurt if a oar of tqe box had jstrqck his heacoident occurred at the L St Louis sboJstl It oJJ GREATLY FOEDMrs John Lillard was bpfafea on at Louisville Saturday iaorH Hg aIf t gallstone five stones being removed She stood the operation well and la now greatly improved However el will not be able to return to this city for several weeds She wasJto companied to Louisville Saturday morning by Mr LlUard COL BRECKENRIDGE WILL BE PRESENT Far Famed Kentucky Orator To Attend Big Masonic Event 4Vt 1heCauntySeatI- IISLETTER j TO SHERMAN BALL Hardinsburg Ky Jolly 90Spa ofahCol W 0 P Breokenridge the farfamed KentucKy orator will bo present at the Dig Masonic picnic to be given here Saturday Ant 20 The following is his leter to W S Ball the Masterof the Lodge W S Ball Esq Hardinsburg Ky Dear Sir On my return on Mou day after an absence of some days I find yours of July 15 inviting me laysIng of the corner atone of the new Masonic Temple of Breckenridge lodge I accept the invitation sad it will give me pleasure to be present I recall with gratification my former visit to Hardinsburg nearly twenty five years ago Very truly yours Win 0 P Breokenrldge Lexington Ky Jnly SO 1001 Sorelsyore Feet Sore Mtfecles Sore joints Rheumatism Swellings and all inflammations are quickly relieved and cured by the free use of Para camph a safe reliable home remedy Guaranteed to do whRt Is claimed for Iit or money refunded I New Section Added A pew section has been added to the switchboard of the local CumberlandI azahanRkee new section will accommodate fitly ltines in addition to the lOO lines that have been iu use The enlargement of the switchboard has been made necessary by n large increase in the number of subscribers all the old lines now be Iing in use MASHEDmGhas Hook has been suffering th past week with three badly mashed fingers which hA injured by catch- Ing l in some machinery at the local flour mill He woe compelled to quit work and Philip McGary came down from Hardinsburg to tyke his position i as miller while be IB recovering from the injury DEALShEdwin Forbes of Fordsville to Jno Welsenbergj of this ity one llot on Elm street between Fifth and 10Ulangd Rough to Remns Pate two lots on Elm street between Fifth and Sixth Consideration 225 STRIKE CAUSES TIEUP A general strike over the entire country of all union work ChicagoMonjavtied up the countrys meat packing IIndustry meaning a loss of hundreds of thousands of dollars dally to strikers packers and Consumers CHURCH DILATED Ekron Kv July 26t3peclal The Hill Grove church was a hcatedI last Sunday Rev B F Hags preached the dedicatory sermon to nu immense crowd A splendid dinner was served on the ground T afternoon service was conducted b lieu Judson Hickenson RECEPTIOTHURSDAYMrand 1 give a reception next Thursday even Duganor of Louisville and Miss Ruth Younger of Haweaville WEDDINGipeQlal4Frankerson were narried Thursday even- Ing at the home of the brides sister Mrs Lon Neafus R 4OOFINGISI REORGANIZU i- tMr J Stogy n irs Who Sided With ISi if LaMont are Bought Out by Other Parties RESUME OPERATIONS AT ONCE r The Murray Roofing Tile compaq ny which owns a large plant just east of this city has been reorganI- zed The name of the company remains unchanged but new parties have bought the interests of several i of the old stockholders nnd the officers are new with only one or two ex captions As reorganized E1 H Moore ot Parkersburg W Vu IB presidentBoone of Parsers burg treasurer O A Crary of Huntington W Va vicepresidenf C K Murray Huntington secretary and A H Murray of this city manager Lewis Mansbach of Park ersbnrg was formerly the president of the company J Broh of Hunting ton treasurer 0 A Crary secretary j A H Murray manager and Lewis a LaMontJ of St Louis superh ent The old Murray Roofing tendJJ company was organized aoont a ago The company bought the Cloverport Brick Manufacturing companys plant and converted it Into a roofing tile plant It was in operation several weeks but oppoai JisJi Lewis LaMoriti tlie old manager and superintendent respectively is now pending in the Breckenridge circuit court All the stockholders who sided with LaMont have sold their interests and the plant will be put in operation this week by the new owners BIGGEReThe Masons of this city are making preparations for their third annual barbecue which they intend shall be bigger and letter than ever The barbecue this year will be given oq Thursday August 11 The first And second barbecues drew thousands of people to this city from all sections of this and adjoining counties and proved the biggest attraction iin the county each year Every facility for hand ling astill greater crowd will be pro vlded this year- Theittracttons at the barbecue will include tree concerts by the Commer efal Club band of Cannelton f 8 shows field sports A babsgpBlow races etc which will keep tUecrowds interested all day SKIDS FALL ON LEG D W Murray bookkeeper for the local branch of the Gall ber Limited tobacco company was pain sally hurt Friday afternoon in front of the companys factory He was standing near a wagon which was being loaded with hogsheads when the heavy skullS blipped from itbe wagon and strucK him on the back of the left leg just above the heel The member is badly bruised and it is thought by his physiciani that a small bone was broken It the skids had struck his leg further from the foot it woula have been spectatoryburg Saturday morning by his fathert Gen D R Murray WED IN LOUISVILLE v t Ekron Ky July 20 Specials Mr Boyd Haynes and Mien Salllo Allen of Groyoland were married fa 3 LoUIsvIlle last Sunday OA gt Tdl r Beue theThe Kind You Hare Always Baug- htBIgntII Dr h t i811kJ1Ei I JI J JrI l r J n 1 You Then Bald Pr no It SOLDIER OFyou hac OMMERGE iiiBjJOHN ROE GORDON the danc Copyright lore by F It Toombs and adr 1HUt Opportalnri07 What aisunguisn generalatlroilcl lace mademoiselle It Is J1once knew the Inspector gen 1 prisons for Perm He was a i looking man In his uniform should like to see It said Alma h a smile I suppose I will have tho opportunity soon I have a book with all the unit ins of JfNoIt will servo to pass away a fer r ser jfMarieed book It Is Alexanders mademoiselle He hopes for promotion and Is study ing the fine uniform he will wear Alexander Is noble and faithful I hope he will win his promotion and not disgrace himself by assisting me He would die for you mademol seller Alma turned the pages of the book Many of the brilliant uniforms she saw pictured were familiar to her The uniform prescribed for the Inspector general of prisons was a gor geous affair all gold lace shiny boots a cap and a medal that hung from the golden sash She closed the book and sank back In the chair with her eyes closed Instead of returning the book Alma rose from her chair and placed It in a drawer- I like to look at thorn Marie she said I will keep the book awhile The approach of the governors ball in honor of the new inspector general of prisons roused great Interest A governors bull was always a grand affair but this one coming nt the close of the fair with so many notables from all parts of the east in Thus was cer tain to surpass in splendor any of Its predecessors The bazaars brought out their best goods and displayed them to the best advantage Women of nil nations began feverish shopping and preparing Olflcers of the garrison Persian grandees Chlncm princes Turkish pashas vied with one another in their efforts to do credit to this great occasion Alma seemed imbued with the same spirit of rivalry One day a she and Murlo were going out Jurnle stopped Marie Marie he said what has brought the grout change oven your mistress p Heretofore she has been morose and sad now she is smiling and cheerful What has caused it She acts like one who know that her lover had come to see her Marie started Did he know that Al ma was aware of the presence of Irons In the prison It is not that I think Colonel Jur nieff but that perhaps one Is coming Do you meanyou cannot mean the princeIt may be though Mlle Alma says little to me Is he not a great officer lie has a high and honorable post tlollolIe is Inspector general of prisons Ah That enlightens me your ex cellency I know what she wanted It for now Wanted what for The ooltho pictures of uniforms I saw her studying the uniform of the inspector general of prisons She seem ed pleased after that Jurnieff turned away What was there In the generals let ter to produce this change he asked himself it Is remarkable I can now write to him that he is in a fair way to have his dearest wish gratified I ought to be promoted myself if that comes off- What did my uncle ask you Ma rle Inquired Alma as the carriage was being driven off He had noticed that you wero gay and smiling of late He asked me the cause I said I believed It was because the prince was coming I told him yqu hud studied the uniforms o athe inspector general of prisons an had seemed pleased- I must be cautious Arriving at one of the largest ba zaars Alma left Marie in the carriage and proceeded to do her shopping alone Sine was attired becomingly her gown Betting off her form to advantage Among the things she purchased was along cloak reaching almost to the ground having a hood for covering the head in winter Permit me Indy to carry your pur chases to your carriage said the mer chant You may but not yet I shall ne some more things I am going to cafe for lunch and shall wear my new Hood and cloak These Persians and Turks start at one so When I return I shall make more purchases I will await your return with im patience lady and your goods will re main in my charge Not even Marie noticed the figure that came from the bazaar drosky was standing near and Alma stepped into it Take me to the hay wharfs she saId The Ivoshtshlk stared but the mone that was put into his hand was man lmos the regular charge and he did not hesitate The bay wharfs on the Kur were in themselves part of the show Boats ofI an descriptions crowned against o another for the supplyI of hay ueede- during the fair for the horses and ca- hls m was very great The shouts of Cir cassians Georgians and Turks and Per sians were deafening Ahua sat In her drosky and looked about at the busy scene These hay boats were mostly from the towns along the upper Kur and the Volga They wero of nil kinds sizes aifd d engrees of safety Those from the Volga were the largest for they needed sta blllty to travel on the Caspian Near one of these with an Astrakhan owner and crew she halted No subjects of the czar hate th Muscovite rule more than the Astra khans It wns only after n prolonged war that Astrakhan was subdued nn I her fealty has never been more iha sArc not from the lower valley of tCthe Volga nominal Every little while some new mollah rises to lpreach a holy war and a now crusade against the Muscovite begins The Astrakhan seated upon the pro of Us boat was tall dark and esque lIe was smoking a pipe regardless of the proximity of severalI tons of hay belonging to himself dAswhite finger beckoning him lIe sauntered to where Alma sat She got down from her seat and spoke in whispers tAreof the VolgaeI am sweet lady I have come fro Astrakhan with hay to sell Is it soldaAlas not yet The fair is breaking up and there Is less demand for hay Will you soil It nt a good price an deliver it whore I commandmIf the price be sufficient sweet lady I will carry it to Moscow What is the for AhayThis load will bring me 300 rubleu If you wJII take a passenger keep your tongue still und deliver the hay where I bid you I will give you 2000 rublesIt is a fortune sweet lady Where shall I deliver the hay At the port of Astrnbnd Persia I agree But the passengercIs a man Remain at this spot ant11ithe is ready Under the cower of my hay be wl be safe Sweet lady you may ref upon me I am Charka of the town of Ashkar Ask for mo when you want me I am at your feet whichaI am growing reckless she musedI Two weeks ago I shivered if I had to look my uncle In the face I dared not go a step beyond the limits set Bu nowI The blood of the Jurnicffs arousedArriving at the bazaar she made a other purchase walked to the wpkepta was back In her apartmentssAs Colonel Jurnieff passed her doorI he stopped a look of astonishment oehisfaceWhat u actaIy my brother has not managed this nftn well Why the girl Is already lisp as well as conquered Really n y brothers influence must get me promoted I am too great a diplomat t be governor of a prison I should be I D St Petersburg 1oAve CHAPTER VIII THE OOVEnNOtt8 BALL iHE bon of the governor successyncyw palace was ablaze with 11gb Carriages dashed to the entrance deposited their occupants and dash away again Officers on foot wit their cloaks covering their uniforms v yw- I di IJWalkedstreetloI Innt ballroom with princes and pashas The gay world of the Caucasus was made gayer by the addition of the swnrms from the orient Bands blared their military music Gowns that cautn from Paris swept the ballroom floor us the stately dames who wore then walked with Persians and Turks of high degree Laughter conversation introductions nnd presentations made a perfectly harmonious bedlam But there was one at the ball who listened to the words of welcome he received while his eyes noted the rip pearance of one he sought Will she never come he asked tlmtLlshe will brnvo her uncles wrath rather than meet me Colonel Jurnieff nnd Mlle Alma he heard some one say He turned to look lIe stood spellbound lIe had not imagined although he know her well that such II being could exist as enter ed the door at that moment By the side of the grim faced colonel walked vision from some other land it seem 1cd Never had anything like it been seen at n governors ball in Tiflls AI mas costume was a combination of Paris and the Caucasus the daintiest lace and the costliest silks Pearls littleefeet were clad in dainty shoes of white rounddThenwhite tan she carried seemed to waft a mystic thrall upon all she passed Her voice was silvery in its music She was the gayest of them all Can it be that that lovely creature has at last consented to be my wife said the prince tp himself Prince Dclluikoff you know my niece Alma Jurnieff The prince bowed low Alma extend ed her hand graciously I know the prince very well she said but since I have been enjoying my visit at Tiflls he has been quite a stranger I did notl did not kn6w I congratulate you prince upon youfr appointment My father wrote about it- What woman is this asked the colonel ns he moved away leaving her with Dellnikoff She is n riddle I cannot solve her But she loves him I cur see love in her very eyeshShe placed her hand on the princes arm and they jollied the throng Turk ish pashas saw her und blinked their eyes as they thought of their own fail ed beauties In tl elr harems Persian princes sought presentation Chinese mandarins almost forgot their names when she spoke to them She hind come to conquer nnd she conquered She was the queen of the ball and Dellnikoff was the envied of princes Mile Alma will load the grand mnrch with the guest of honor said the gov ernor The band struck up The Czar and princes and generals foil In behind her DcllnlkolTs heart beat with pride as he felt tine warm and living hand of perw fume that came from her fan laical blaserthe gay one from St Petersburg was like a boy oPt his first party In the ance that followed as he felt his arm nround her waist a thrill of pleasure drove the blood quicker through his heart After the dance he led her to he conservatory You have changed he said as his growmmore beautiful you grow more gra cious A year ago you spurned me lmost Almost she answered with a co todhis head Are you so weak that al ost drives you from a womans side But your father he stammered antmerican He sent you here so he t me to keep you from that fellow Alma put her fan before hcl face and laughed d singularly rollicking laughSent me away to keep me fr6m a man I have seen but n few times a man engaged in selling American wind mills and pumps Oh prince do you think that Tiflls with all its strength ould keep me from the man I loved I knew where he was to be found breathIlItylooked up into his face with a fas cinating smile Is it possible tell meyou know possibleIthat you have not thought ill of me A roguish look came into her eyes and she covered them quickly with her tan lIe tore away the fan saidt lieisreturn to the ballroom Another time cantalkn balle room With reluctance he relinquished ther to the governor urWhat a wonderful success I she aid as they swept past the prince whofflSffaevouring her again with his yes yousaid the governor It was IyVf who made it the success it is govern1ror aPYbloodywatchD brother was n tool in ordering mo to keep her confined Instead I should have given balls and putties for her My course is plain now that the prince has her won All I need do Is to take the credit and win promotion Alma danced with her uncle During herbecharmsAm mytHp took her back to the prince who cachehTO us COIJTISOEP J 111J HOW TO WIN A HUSBAND isnotpositionorIs o positionherheartsystem is equal to the strain of marriage chancestowomanhoodCupid no place in a girls heart iiC fdowncanthinkandblacksymp toms Go to the source of the trouble and correct the irregularity Stop the drains on the womanly system and the other bedoneOfitclarion the proprietors of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription that they offer 500 ofleucorrftlaorfallingand reasonable trial of their means of cure ofulcerationsufferedDelphiaWheatonnis Club Arlington Hotel Santa Barbara Calif IbeganmostofFavorite Prescription makes weak Acceptnowonders for weak women meetdesirable Opinion About School Funds On a request from Superintendent of Public Instruction Fuqua Attorney General Hays nasrendered an officiali opinion construing subsections 5 aE0 of Section 4870 Khntacky Statutes in which he holds that the common school system Is entitled to C8UO of the whole State tax and that thoI common school fund Is entitled to ave its proportion of tbe funds derived from tie insurance department set aside to this department I endingJune I placed to the credit of the school fund 05000 this being its proportionateI part of the f215 000 turned into the Treasury from this source He esti mates that between 110000 and 115000 will be due this fund fro money turned into the Treasury J June 1003 He further holds that the school I fund is entitled to the proportionatee thTreasuryIntorceto about 500000 Heretofore the funds from the inII surance department nave been covered into the Treasury and noneij of them devoted to the school Good Bathing- Is I often followed by severe Sunburn Paracatnph draws out the fire of Sun burn prevents blistering relieves I the pain instantly and heals quickly e without an ugly scar Dont fall to i carry abottle of Paracamph with you I on roar vacation I1 I IIA RIGHtEOUS PARDON Nany Mny a young Kentucky woman was recently sentenced to ten years in the penitentiary for killing her husbands paramour The crime was committed wh n she was suffer ing from a form of mania incident to pregnancy A pardon was at Once ask ed for ber every jurorevery officer of the court and all of the best citizens of her county joining in the request In granting the pardon acting Gover nor Thorne sOld There is a certain sentiment in Kentucky called unwritten law which has prevailed in many cases under my observation as a practicing lawyer when men bare been acquitt ed by judges and juries in similar cases to this which were met with up phases But In this case when a poor rail little woman committed this crime a jury gave her ten years and tends her and her babies to the peni tentiary In such a case the jury should nave acquitted her Instead of convicting her and throwing the re sponsibility upon the Executive As it is I might under certain conditions allow this woman to go to the prison to suffer for the grave crime she has committed But to send these tables to the penitentiary or separate thaw from their mother and incarcerate her for ten yearsI havent the heart to do She is pardoned with the injunction silo and sin no more Equality before tbe law is what the Kentucky Equal RIghts Associa tion is trying to obtain for women The application to this poor womans case of that unwritten law which has shielded so many men is an act that entitles Governor Tnorne v to the respect And gratitude of every lover of fair play Lida Calvert Obenohain Snpt Pres WrnKy R A The Same Old Story J A Kelly relates nn 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 n bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy which I used ac cording to directions and with en tirely aatistactory results The trouble was controlled much quicker than former attacks when I used wellmknown citizen of Henderson N C Ijor sale by A R Fisher Cloverport 1and R A Shellmnn Stepbensport Druggists Damon and Pythias Arthur Keownof Cabot in the rn mote part of Hancock county is twentytypo years old and only tour feet high He surprised the couit this morn ing in oftertng to go to jail place of its friend Willi Warner InII was fined for disturbing a meeting this winter Keown was in earnest and was disappointed when told that the plan was impossible His reason was that his friend had a lam irHaweavllle PJalndeltler S lJhC li C+fC S cNEAE i JOHN S CULLEY18- 1CK I CMWCTQR i jft Louisville Ky Cloverport PlaningMill GREGORY CO Prop LUMBERDOORS SASHBLINDS DOOR AND WINDOW SCREENS SHINGLESLATHS LIMB I BRICK CEMENT ROOFING ETC J L MOORMAN DENTIST 11 Office over Oolzos Hardware Store Prompt attention to all kinds of OutyWork Special attention to FINE GOLD FILLINGS AND CROWN and BRIDGE WORKIPrim Mriirali Sitisfaciliiluriiliii H DeH MOORMAN J s Attorney at Law- HARDINSBURO KY Will practice his profession IID jitl of tfa Courts of Brockenrl o and adJo tog co ties Special attention Rive u 1 ng- fJtasfJIran4 pr1tnIDlI r ttce License to practice in Unit dStates lstrlct Courts Office over Bank yf Uardlnsburg l t Hopsitlity f At Small xponsei Entertainmentthat is pleasure i li your Iuestsdoes not depend on tom f ownfft- y Herrick tells you all about it lost jft t1Ej SouraStomachNo appetite loss of strength nerwut ness headache constipation bad brMth general debility sour risings and catarrh eI the stomach are all due to Indigestion Kodri cures indigestion This new discovery repre cents the natural Juices of digestion as thfjr exist in a healthy stomach combined itthe greatest known tonic and reconstructive iproperties Kodol Dyspepsa Cure does Ml only cure indigestion and dyspepsia but this troubbymembranUahllthe14 1 sysnIylinforKo4ol Digests What Yel tatotaes only 5100 Size holdlnt 71 Haul lbs Mri she which seas for 50 etets rrf are4 byK O DWITT as 00 OMIOAtNnSold hY ail tlrucalLau mn 1 II- Iff ACT NOW t 4- t Our Second Annual Bargain Month is nearly half over oJJ C J ave YOU Taken Advantage of It po i Tell Your Friends That 50 Cents Gets the NEWS a Whole Year t l r Regular Price is 100 50 Cents Offfft Renew Your Subscription Now Savei 150 Cents on Every Year Paid For You Cannot Afford to Miss this Offer It Will Not be Made Again Soon If Your Neighbors Borrow Your Paper Tell Them About This Offer r I I 1 Lr V t The Breckenridge News rL + WEDNESDAY July 27 1004 Found in the Soil The following brief facts are boiled down from an article by Prof 0 U Hopkins of tho Illinois College of Agriculture on Fertility of the Soil Different types of soil produce 1 different crop yields under the same conditions Soils aide by side lint cultivated differently for a term of years pi odnce very different yields The same soil differs at different times according to its cultivation and I mother treatment and lack of treat mentOne soil ill produce twenty bushels of corn another forty bushels i an other eighty bushels One soil is worth 20 an aore another 100 per acre another 200 per aore largely because of their difference in fertility or productive capacity Soil can be run down Soil can DO improved The fertility of the soil can be 1 maintained It Is worth money to know soils and be able to improve them The study of soils is vitally con nected with proht and prosperity in farming the greatest industry in IllinoisNeither live stock nor clover or both together will maintain the fertility of the soil The only way Preserve good physical conditions and then put back upon the land all of the fertility wklo1 is taken off tVhllettiiere are ten essentials of plant food VfeBbven of them are usually supple 4p abugllalff0bii nitrogen phosphorous and potassium are rather limited in most soils So the study of fertility is practically reduced to the study of these three All Druggists ass the readers of this paper who ate suffering with indigestion or dyspep sia to call on them at once and get a bottle of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure If you snow the value of this remedy aswe know It you would not suffer another day Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is a thorough digestant and tissue building tOniC as well It is endorsed personaly by hundreds of people whom it has cured of indigestion dyspepsia palpitation of the heart and stomach troubles generally Kod ol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat It is pleasant palatable and rengthenlng Decide What You Will Do An engineer who starts to build abridge and then keeps on finding better places to put up his piers and wondering whether he has selected the best location or not will never get the bridge across the river He must decide then go ahead and build the bridge no matter what obstacle he may strike So it is with the builder of character HEI must decide finally what he will do and then make for his goal refusing to look back or be moved from his courseI Tens of thousands of young people with good health good education and goodI ability tire standing on trip end of a bridge at lifes crossing They hope they are on the right way They tbinkI they are doing the right thing and yetI they do not dare to burn the bridge they have just crossed They want aI havetf made a mistake They cannot bearI the thought of cutting off all possibility of turning back They lack the power to decide conclusively what course they will takeO S Mardeu in the August Success FINE FLUOR SPAR Mr William Smart of Cloverport was ie the city yesterday with a fine specimen of tiuor spur which he leftI with experts for examination and lestI ing It is a variety found 111 BrEOkI enrldge county and Mr Smart is en thusiastic about Its possible worthI It Is white flourlte It is in mass save quantities rather than in formations that have octahedral cleavage It Is thought to have very superior qualities for fluxing purposes Fri days Ontmsboro Messenger Brownsville Tenn May 81 1001 Dr E W Hall Dear BirI have need your Great Discovery for kid ney and bladder troubles and nave been very greatly benefited by it and I can fully recommend It to my one suffering in the same manner Respectfully Giles Rives Postmaster A TEXAS WONDER t One small bottle of the Texas Wander Halls Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel curse diabetes seminal emission weak and lime backs rheumatism and all I regularities of the kidneys and bladder I in botH men ana women 5 regulates bladder troubles In onildren flt not old by your druggist it will be sent by mail on receipt of f1 One small bottle is two months treatment al seldom falls to perfect a cure Dr Eo W Hall vote manufacturer JJrp Box Q99 fit Lab Mo Send for teetf menial iynld by all draggiste OMeei 1OUtreet lI I II MrtkkMrttttitt AilRkitkkA kkA tkkkk l kAAAAkkkk g If fif x i i sirfirrrKrrrXrrrrrP Pitfirrr rgrrPYrrPrrrPP rrrrrrrrr rr By the time this letter is before you I will have Bulled for Europe in search of Information regarding Dame Fashions latest and best as represent ed in Paris and London anti will keep sharp lookcut for any new ideas for sea garb or tourist costumes for Milady traveller- It is an acknowledged fact that the American woman is the best dressed woman in the world and especially happy is she in her selec tion of her gown for ocean travel but unfortunately until recently to the many women who have felt the a + Y lIoall of the sea and wtfft could not avail themselves of the health giving but purse depleting transatlantic voc age information regarding what to wear at sea Heemed the cup ot Tanta lusBut to day thanks to the excellent travelling facilities that have been established to carry ner from New York to Nova Scotia that charming land of Longfellows Evangehne the woman who is tired from her social or other busy life may at compara tively sma 1 outlay either in purse orItime can step into the delightfully coil Munson line office at the top of the great Beaver street skyscraper secure the bit of paper that permits her to embark on the perfectly equipped steamship Prince Arthur and not think again of the beauties of the trip until she arrives a new women at the Acadian country A stunning costume worn by one of New YornH most popular women wno tired of the restless surge of Newport life embarked on tbf charming trip was composed of richI golden brown raw silk The skirt which daintly escaped the ground by two inches was cut In live gores but possessed the distinguishing feature of oeing inwardly box plaited from tin top one of thrgf tourinch tucksI alternated with spaces of the sameI widthAnother outing costume which i illustrated for you is of natural colored light weight silk of medium weight shirred at the top around the hips and back witn which is wor a shirred and bloused coat ending InI a pointed silk girdle The gown is handsomely trimmed in bands of Persian embroidery a row of which adorns the bottom of the skirtIParticularly necessary with theI girdle is a well out corset Graceful and stylish a woman is sure to appear J in a properly modelled corset and asII good models of the boat makers such as the UB a la Spirite come in prices to suit every purse there is no excuse for a woman presenting a dowdy figure and thus soiling thu appearance of her gown Neatness and tngness which gives woman the appearance of being wellgroomed is within the means of all and happily our clever Ameri can women give ns little to complain of on that score Marian Marne Weak Hearts are caused by indigestion I you eat a little too much or if you are subject to attacKs of indigestion the I stomach expandsswells and puffs up 1 against the heart This crowds the j heart and shortens the breath Rapid I heart beats and heart disease is the I final result Rodoi Dyspepsia Cure 1 digests what you eat takes the strain off the heart cures indigestion dyspepsia e0art stomach and contri butes nourishment strength and 1 bodySold t OFFICERS ELECTED J Louisville Ky July lThe Re publican state committee met today and elected Thomas Walfierof Lexing ton secretary of the state central andI camoaign committees and hisII salary was fixed at 3OOOR P Ernst I was elected chairman of the campaign committee The other members I are 0 Z Mengel E W ongSam J Roberts John 0 Wood The committee decided the two contests in the Eleventh district in favor of PrII Hunter Mr Ernst is also chairman of the state central committee John W Yerkes delivered an address in 1 which he predicted Republican suoJcess in Kentucky this fallII I NS NN NN N l Sam Jones And Humanity Yes Sam Jones was a successful leanfNot in matters of finance Ho had some monoyenoughb to feed him clothe keep his business going anda share for good worksbut he was not rich in the latterday moaning of the word Nor was ho powerful as we speak of money kings Gov ernorSjSenators and Presidents being powerful Ho was May or of a thriving city that is all that can bo said for omcialp power 4- Ho was successful because of the great heart that throbbed Tin I his breast Ho had a tender feeling for tho plain people 4 and ho tried to live as ho preached- Why Y that man boliti that everybody should have a V 1 J ff chance Ho believed that in the homes of the most lowly 4 there should be some sunshine and laughter and happinessb and that those things could beat be secured by mixing into the I affairs of ovoryday life whether they had to do with the home 4 or workshop these ordsI T Therefore all things whatsoever yo would 4 that men should do to you dyo oven so the same Some of tho big men of business called him a crank They said he would destroy trade j that tho linos between those who workand those who employ must be sharply drawn that ho was a destroyer of discipline But ho had the courage to take his ideas into his own factory and demonstrate that they would work ont that is was possible to be kind and sympathe tic in business and still show a profit at the end of the ycarII When Sam Jones walked the streets the men who were at work in the sower trench smiled at him They liked his hearty Good morning boys they enjoyed the clash of his strong hand Somehow they realized that his heart was in it bpd the children by the thousand know him for a frienda Thoyfolt that ho was their Mr Jones They carried flowers to him You cant fool children They can tell human golddsurely Perhaps Toledo was no better governed than the aver age city But the common people the majority felt that they had a voice in the government and a Mayor who understood them So they loved him Truly a good man has gone to his r wardrhe monu ment that ho builded in human hearts should last for the ages Editorial jn The Cincinnati Post NN 1ONi Nf i Perplexity of the Arid Vote We have passed declared the Re publicans in Chicago laws which will bring the arid lands of the United Stat es within the area of cultivation We congratulate declaed the Dem ocrats at St Louis our Western fellow citizens upon the passage of the New lands irregation act for the irregation hud reclamation of arid lands of the West We call attention to this greats Democratic measure broad and com prehensive as it is working automat cally throughout all time without fur ther action of Congress until the recla mation of aU the reclaimable land in the arid West is established as an evidence of the policy of domestic development contemplated by the Democratic party should it be placed m power It will be seen from this that both par andswithout apparant reference to the other have adopted such comprehensive meas uresior the irrigation of arid lands worknautomatically through all time Here on one point at least are the two parties in exact accord as to the necessity for and the attainment of gov ernment aided irrigation but on the question as to which party is entitled to the credit for this comprehensive legislation automatically beneficent and solving the problem perpetual motion they areas far apart as the poles Should the grateful arid vote go to ROOSEVELT or PARKER New York Sun No Pity Shown For years fate was after mo continuously writes F A Gulledge Verbena Ala I had a terrible case of Piles causing 4 tumors When all failed Bncklenr Arnica Salve cared me Equally good for Burns and all aches and pains Only Go at Short Haynes Drug Store GIRL ACTS LIKE SNAKE Crazed by the bite of a venomous snake Sallio Ciistee a young girl liv ing near the Royal coal mines attempted to end her life by jumping into a pond Sunday afternoon says the yaaisopvillo Hustler The timely intervention of a man who happened to be near the place saved hill from deathThe girl was bitten by the snake late Friday afternoon Since that time sire has suffered convulsion ufter convulsion and it is not improbable that the poison sent coursing through her v ins will vet cause her death During Friday night the girl suffer ed convulsion after convulsion When suffering from the convulsions the girl seemed to tnink that she was a snake and bit and snapped at those who gathered around her bed She would also protrude her tongue and snap it hack into her mouth as a repltle does when made angryI- VorkingNight And Day The busiest and mightiest little thing that ever was made is Dr Kings Now Life Pills These pills change weakness into strength hot lessness it no energy brainfag into mental power Theyre wonderful in building up the health Only SQO per box Sold by Short H aynes WHAT ARE WE TO DO What lire we to dot Disease germs are in the water wine whiskey beer order milk and whatever we drink rom thirst or pleasure They are in moats fruits vegetables sugar honey molasses and whatever we eat from hunger or delight Ho say den fists Our fathers and pothers knew nothing of these germ destroyers of health happiness and life so they ate drunk and made merry to a good old age But we know and fear to eat drink or sleep for they are in the afr we breathe in the sunlight that warms our blood and in the darkness that chills our body Some people know too mach or moss beleive they do some people know to little or think they do Such is man possibly woman also a mass of pretenticns or low- Bishop Joseph 8 Keys Southern ME Church writes We gave Dr MoQetts 1EETHINA Teething Powders to our little grandchild with the happiest results The effects were almost magical and certainly more satisfactory than from anything we ever used TEETHINA Teething Powder Counteracts and Overcomes the Effects of the Sum mers Heat PECULIAR CASE Twenty years ago while at worn in his field Mr Isaac Catlett of the Tanner neighborhood was bitten by a large spider and ever since then he has had annual periods of intense suffering from wounds inflicted by the diminutive but poisonous animal The happened at noon on the 27th day of June and every year since then at thee every hour on the same of the month and year Mr Catlett effectslandthing that has any effect to quiet the pain is whisky and every year just before the time for the return of the flfflictioH Mr Catlett anticipating- the result Is forced to resort to take whiskey to counteract the effects of the poilJouLaRue County Idecakl 1NN111N011NNNN1IN N11N NlNN1NN f Bank of Hardinsburg OFFICERSr 17 J- I 1B F BKARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Casbierr 3 IIMorris Eskridge G W Beard DIRECTORS Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F BeardMJ = Dr A M Kincheloe D S Richardson t I I ADInterestStr + + ++ + 1N11111N11NN1NI der Over The Breckinridge BaiAre Cloverport Ky ONElucorporated W W II BOWMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier 10 DR F L LIGHTFOOT VPres CHAS B SKILLMAN Asst Cashier Accounts of Firms Individuals and Corporations solicited Any business entrusted to us will receive prompt and careful attention Storage place for packages in our fireproof vault fnrnished our customers t free NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS Interest paid on time deposits 1 First State Bank 1 IIRVINGTON KY W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VicePresident- H H KEMPER Cashier Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solioitedtt Interest Paid on Time Deposits Vv eeNtetNeeeteeNtNNNet etMttttHefeeeNNeNNCte i THE if m xI Fifth Avenue J HOTEL KyVlUgrl Only Ex i- to NEW 1010 1 pIp one block fromII and blocks from iStreet pass the door to I of the ij Everything neat clean J7 1MeessNeeeN ILLINOIS CENTRAL f I fast trains DAILY Louisvillel to MEMPHIS ind NEW ORLEANS Direct to HOT SPRINGS ARK New liraclass llneChloeo to PAULMINNBAPOLIS Iand the NORTHWEST Beit of service Free reclining chair cars Pullman Sleepers Dlnlnlr service a la Carte k Lino running through Personally Conducted cursion Sleepers Louisville CALIFORNIA MEXICO ARIZONA and TEXAS in If200 rate district fro and n Special Low Ono Way and Round trip Rates in to on First and Third In each month For Folders and B of addressF Lands In W IBESTI ttetee0Nee6eteetNtNSe eeeeeeNetNete4Nateeleefir011- 41001014f100000NN00010N 4 N001N000NNON101114 g iiDAN BROOKS CO I i i LIVE STOCK i HERCHANTS i CENTRAL STOCK YARDS LOUISVILLE 4 + + 4 + ++ 4 + + ++ T- eNteeeeNeeeeteGeeNeteeeeeettteeteettteNtiNteNeO Tho growing popularity of the Great southwest and tho continual Incense In 1 travel to that section especially on the first and third of ouch I Uomcseekers houndtrtp and Colonist reduced rates datea IIherlllo System TOURIST to add to Its already SLEEPING complete train equipment CARS monthii latest pattern In No 5 leaving 8t Louis 935 m commencing December 1 1003 and ouch first and third Tuesday following until further notice 1 iiof KeturnlnK Tourist Sleeper will arrive St following Monday In scheduled to arrive Union Station 720 a m connocUnx with all lines IUverglngfand rates per double as below SOUTH 833 p m 433 I m 600 am 410p m 420 p m 007 pm pm 610 a m the the all line ST effect the tho TraIn Louis berth BERTH RATE Lv St Lousw brlsco alItcroArAr SiirlngUeld b100 Ar Ar Monott 100 Ar Ar Purls 200 Lv Lv Iarl 200 Tex MidAr-Ar KnnU 250 Lv Lv Ennis 250 HT Ar Ar Houston 500 Dv 720 am 12O m 1040 m 660 m 545 Tourist SIr opcr leaves HOUSTON First and Third Saturdays 010 pm For reservation address In person or by letter nearest local representative of I Isco System or district representative as follows K M WISIIART T P A St Louis J STUART TI A nnsvillefe NNN StylishComfortable ComfortableTailor clothes All the latest patterns for 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fwcalVEDNESDAY JULY 37 tOOt 0 11d II4 e oncct ANNOUNCEMENTS1 rir FOR COUNTY JUDGE VlE are authorized to announce Henry- Dollavonlloormm as a candidate for t y- i County Judge of BrrekoiirldKO county subJJ ject to the action of the Democratic party Its our time to holler and we J are going to do it I i Coin Harvey poor old soul wonder if he will get on to the bandwagon a i We suppose that Kentucky will go anywhere from 25000 to 50000 Demott crat io this fall Isnt it reassuring to see all the good Democrats coming our wa But they are fighting us all the same The Star Mills of this city have y iI bought between 0000 and 7000 bushel s of wheat at 00 cents delivered at their mill There is hope for the soft sweetp voice at central A New York tele phone girl has just married a millionJ aire Dr Mary Walter has no love ford the Democratic ticket They gave her the cold shoulder at the St Lottos convention We never fire backwards Our firm line is always in front We have n Ii time to fool with dead men and deadI issues t When it comes totelling a good1 story there are few men who can head off our genial friend Ridgley Cayce We print his latest in another column Its pretty tough on the Democrats to give up nil they have been fighting for for the past eight years but it is to be noped that it will be the waking of them i I Judge Parker take a dip in theal Hudson every morning Roosevelt takes his in Oyster Bay rwetake ours in a bowl one foot iii in i one out the oldfashioned waybl V J aoceptanoeJ the later and Mr Parker will tell the voters how he stands on other ques tions than gold and then comes the 0mbattletnThat Is a fieldof tobacco i ionthe line of the Henderson Route above thohejust Mystic It attracts 7 7attention of all passersby Suppose it rewet t had more of these folds What I Ianadvertisement it would be for this county We sell apaperfor0 cents not a 50 cent paper for a dollar And wede F dont mean this as a slur ut our His a neighbor either for he publishes the best paper Hardinsburg ever had like i i And it is Democratic to the back I i bone Mr James ti Carey of Rome IndI l talr as good as your 1001 I will bo more foot than pleased I consider it the best he a county paper in circulation in this A 4 part of the country J to There is a fine crop all over Brock enridge county The tobacco crop is the short in acreage but fine in quality la- The hay crop is fine too with a large Of acreage The farmers seem to be and In the swim this vearand have things are going their waYeathMr W H Bowmer returned taldoynorthern cities He looked butheleaStpleased with results Ho is just aIlittle bit chucBled over the way the how Democrats got back onto his plat anformall vHWhatThey are vitiated or morbid fluids cours Ing the veins and affecting the tissues They are commonly due to defective dlges rj tion but are sometimes Inherited them Y How do they manifest themselves 1 was In many forms of cutaneous eruption f bollsfByY Hoods Sarsaparilla We t1 which also builds np the system that has will suffered from them It is the best medicine for alt monXr rv f + Nasal CATARRH In all its stagesL corR Iii Elys Cream Balm r1R demises soothes and heals the diseased mqtnbrane o It cures catarrh and drives64eOrevap cold In the head E r h quickly Cream Balm Is placed Into the nostrlleepread- ed over the membrane and li absorbed Belief li 1Im dryingdoetnot produce sneezing large gists or by mall Trial Size 10 cents ELY BROTHERS 66 Warren Street New York The youngsters of this ton arc certainly having the time of theiU lives And what a host of them s pretty and so jolly We mean the girls ot course It does an old mans soul good to loon in on them The best thing we heard at the In stitute Monduy wasAmenca8ung b the choir II the teachers all ove the country would instill the spiri of that song thoroughly into the mindsand souls of their pupils there would be no trouble in keeping n interest in their studies We con gratulate Proto Evans on his patriotism and love of country Our farmers are more interested in making dollar wheat than in making presidents And we are sure that dollar wheat will do ns fellows in the trenches more good than making votes for either party The big parties can take sore ot themselves and it takeycare of himself and hes doing it Col Attilla Cox was down last week looking over his property along the route He was well pleased with everything and especially the corn crop Says he never saw a finer pros for crops in general The Colonel is so well pleased with Clover and its surroundings that he is talking of buying a summer residence hare No man in the country would have a more hearty welcomes this town than the colonel i Col W C P Breckeuridge is billed for in this counly at Har gdinabnrg on Ang 20 It is the coca sion of the laying of the corner atone of the Masonic building at that place Thousands of people in this old county will be glad to hear the voice of the silvertongued orator once again and take him by the hand With all his faults we love him still Happy Hollowbeautiful valley in Hancock county running from near Dukes in the east end to Hawesville It is about eight miles long and from two to three miles wide Fine bottom land and especially atThe crop is Rood this pear with about the usual acreage Mr J D Brashear says some of the finest tobacco he somas from this valley We met RorBCnndiff on train Monday returning from the oamp meeting at Yelvington Brother Cnndift says they had a wonderful down there this year that were between 150 and 200 conversions and a good attendance- all the week Last Sunday he said preached to over 3000 people and was a glonbus day for everyoody Grounds were much improved this year there being 10 or 20 tents on the place to accommodate the visitors titWe are glad our young friend Joel with ns so kindly last weeK comments were good aud to the point They fit in so nicely just they were made to order Its = mighty hard to get around the truth thats what the News prints all the time Joels getting on to our platform at least his party is and We it for granted that Joel will get even if he dont like it The Is whether he likes it or not has to get there to hold his job It takes amen partisan politician say mean things about his neighbor Ho does it to catch votes from Ignorant As we are not politic ns we do not indulge in that kind journalism We dont know how if we did we dont have to We not responsible to any power on for what we say We are free God from many and all en ngling alliances It has taken UH forty years to get to this paint t it Is a happy climax to us at st The Hon B F Beard when asked he liked the Democratic platform ticket replied Ohthe tickets right and the platforms tetter back to the Democratic just where Ive stood for eight years There is so little difference between the two platforms that there Is scarcely any choice between Mr Beard thought that there very little chance for the Demo theykeepsupportedMcKInley presume from what he Said he vote for Mr yearUstandhim atw + 4j i Get ready for the big Masons barl onIber what an enjoyable time you find last year and the same good time Is promised this year It is the soot nl event of the year The great hand shaking and friendmeeting time Everybody in this town is mteresteo in the success of the Masons barbe cue And you know what that means a good time for everybody Get ready and come and orlng your neighbors It Is people you want to see when you go to a barbecue Yon wiU11 Will K Brown and wife were passengers on the train last week to Louisville Will Brown is the son inlaw of the Hon Gus Richardson theyt hasra St130 acres of ala fine corn as ever grew out of the ground Sold 250 worth feedptag a tine bunch of hors He says the mistake of his life was when accepted a position at heI He says he didnt know how wel- off 1 he was on the farm until he left it and ran up against the ways o 9 the politicians and officeholders H says it will ruin any young man who tries it that he is satisfied to spendI the balance of his days on the farmI and let politics alone State of Ohio City of Toledo Lucas County Frank J Cheney manes 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 evrey case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by tne use of Halls Catarrh Cure FRANK J OHENEY Sworn to beforA we and subscribed in my presence this Oth day of December AD 1880 AW GLEASON Seal Notary Public Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally ana sots directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY CO Toledo O Sold by all Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for constipation LARGE TOMATO IIII III1II1II- and Mrs Chas Furrow living in theWest in her cozy little home certainly knows how to grow tomatoes or she could not liars sent one to the office from her garden weighing two pounds The tomato is round and fully ripe all- round Mrs Furrow would like to know who can beat it- ACCEPTS CALL Rev T C Kerr of Hodgenville j has accepted the call of the Lucilesu suMemorialM will preach here the first and third Sundays in sang month He will fill his first appointment here on Sunday August 7 BOATING PARTY has Lunch was served to a party ofTI friends from Cloverport at the Bark the homesteadj near Addison Sunday a theafternoon in honor of the Misses Jnrret and the Misses Graham guests at the Burk homestead and Mrs A B Skillman of this city respectively The party went up and returned ou Orville Skillmaus yacht Margarite Try Wealth of 222 South Peoria Scr1002Eight the that I was compelled to lie or sit way down nearly all the time My said stomach was so weak and upset that I could keep nothing on itrand I vomited frequently could not urinate without great pain and I coughed so much that my throat and lungs were raw I andsore The doctors pronounced it Brights disease and others said it was consumption HOItthey called it and I had no de I sire to live A sister visited xao sbIlaIbought a bottle I believe that it saved my life I believe many women could save much suffer oningbled erq9uJ ed Dont you want freedom fromNI pain Take Wino ofCardul and make one supreme effort to be well You do not need to be a weak helpless sufferer You so- cfl have a womans health and d a womans work in life Why nOt secure a bottle of Wine of CU1iui from your druggist to sow finyWINECUIDUI from r J t 1 n i r 7 r Condensed Statement Condition of Bank of Hardinsburg Hardinsburg Kyttit I j I it At close of businessi June 30 1P04k I t REStjUllCES Notes and Bills Slpij58090 Cash in safe arid other Banks 657i963 Bonds w 8C65S2M v u 4 BankingHouso and Lot i1lSOQoo Othor Real EstatQ rYy 7S67Q Furniture and Fixtures r Sii Ooo Total 26q PPi5 c Undivided ProfitsJ 22075008 26690854 i iOur claim to your patrpnagQ rusts on our large surplus reserve 1and on the character Standing and of ourtdirectors No matter how largo your busi 9tress wo ate prepared to furnish you till the banking need No matter how small your wo will be glad to have you RespectfullytM H BEARD L i All We WritIsATrial 0- s I 1 COL COXS PARTY Col Attilla Cox president of the Henderson Route had a distinguished party with him on his special train which was here Friday afternoon Col Cox were the following gentlemen Florian Cox his brother and president of the Star Fire In rance Company his son Leonard Cox who is a civil engineer in the navy and W N flex a son of Florian Cox and president of the Louisville Public Warehouse Company This is the first trip Col Cox made to this town lor sometime party were well pleased with road and the shops They made visit to the foundry and enjoyed fine well of tar water that cQmes from a hundred feet below i THE i Esopus N Y July 20Judge Parker 1 met his mate this afternoon To say that he and the grand 1 young octogenarian from Weft Virginia were delighted to be acquainted may be encroaching on the verbal prerogatives j Sagamore Hill But it is quite true 1 Not only did the candidates chat and pose for photographs but they settled a j question that has been agitating Demo breasts for days When Jndge Parker came out on the veranda late in afternoon to escort Henry Gassa Davis to the railroad station he to the newspaper men We agreed today that the notifica shall be jn our respective Carrie In flardin- I Elizabethtown Ky July 22Mrs Carrie Nation the saloon smaoher I badly smashed herself here to nlrfbt She was assaulted by saloonkeeper named J R Neighbors while in his saloon door denon no g saloons and saloon keepers He need chair and struck her two blows one on the head and the other the shoulder The blow on the head freely She was taken to her boarding house and physicians werel summoned They examined and the wnnnds and stated that Mrs was not seriously hurt Strange Crow Tale What are known as corn crows are bad about BkiHman that they devour young pigs so we are informed A few days since two of them attacked sow a litter of young pi KB on the LiHard farm The made for the bird and tore it shreds when another hopped down a fence to pe destroyed the seals way Hancock Clarion The Newt em yr 60cests lJtti r-xf t L y i 1 LIABILITIES v e Capital StorkFail iin 111 7 25 00000 1 Surplus and 2015846 It Deposits t i Dividend No 27 dine July 1 1904100004 1 Total I 2- I I II I i strongthjour rcsourcesamplo and qualifications accommodations you business I Cashier 1 01 With I i states i a a dress a with JJ Wo want your printing i Abin1frd ril JWhy dont we say all of your orders No use I The way we fill the first order will lead you to send the second one without our ask ing Now some fellow for whom we have nov r or printed a thing will say Thats a lie But on the other hand the man who has been our customer for years will say the a bovo statement is wholly true All wo want is a trial nrdoiJJ IIITHE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS Cloverport IL NOTIFICATIONS running reliably WA WW4W4WR7R33AA AkA AAA AalilA RA A AkililAifS- tri Many are Gainful Workers J It it iiA special report of the Census Bureau on occupations v a s shows that in Continental United States tho total number of ts persons engaged in gainful occupations in 1000 was= 29073233 j which was onohaif of the population ton years of age andover J t= andnearly twofifths of the entire population v The total number comprises 22489425 men 4838680 wo men and 1750178 children of whom 1264411 were boys and SJ 485767 girls Those of foreign birth aggregated 5851399 or v onefifth of the total number of gainful workers and the statis 8 increasedj tion of tho county Those of foreign parentage aggregate 11 r 166361 or over 38 per cent almost equally divided between tt Y immigrants and children of immigrants Manufacturing trade v x and transportation and the professions show an increasing v number of workers of each sex while the agricultural class rep x resents a diminishing proportion j The character of the pursuits of tho breadwinners of Ken ttucky divided into five general classifications is Shown Juv the v following table L r Occupations Males Females K All 646909 105622 v Agriculture 390226 17 959 S Professions 18934 7508 j Ie Domestic 7364S 4 s Trades 77051 53586iIt Manufacturing 87055 19728 K I IrKrrrrrrrrrrr rrrKrlsrrKorrrrrrisrrrr r r krr rrrra NOTICE OF SALE In tile District Court of the United States for the Western District of Kentucky Owensborp Division In the Matter of j BankruptcyBANKRVP abQveCourt publie der on a credit of three months at the Storehouse formerly occupied bv said Meyerat Rockvale Breckenridge Coun August2ndThe entire stock of Merchandise of sajd Bankrupt consisting of dry goods shoes hats clothing notions c and which was appraised at the sum of 118078 The purchaser will be required to execute a good and sufficient bondwith two good sureties bearing interest from date at the rqte of 0 per cent per annum payable to the Truateeor If he so cashSaid to the approval of the Court should said stock ofitsppraisedW S BALL TRDSTEU SPEED OF L H ST L Ridgeley Cayce was entertaining a group at Seelbachs last night with comparisons of the speed of different railroads IIj You hear a lot ol fake stories In I this line he said bnt I heard a conversation recently that will bear repeating Three drnmmers were i telling how fast they 10nHH said that on the B L W the train Went so fast that the telegraph poles looked like teeth IB a comb Another said that on the N H and X Y the poles alongside the track resembled one solid long tonce so sapid was the transit U Well said the third Sown ta the L H St L the furtntri grow a field pf corn and H field of peas io L you know looking out of the Mr window the action is no swift that you think you lire gazing on a huge layout of faoti Mondays Lonievlhe Hera a i roaRxrlfeet h 1M RNg w Nige ii- Y wtrlw 1tJ dAHAPPY HOME Is one where health abounds J With impure blood there cannot be good health i With a disordered LIVER there cannot be good blood j Ms Pills I revivify the torpid LIVER and restore I Its natural action t A healthy LIVER means pure- blood if Pure blood means health Health means happiness Take ao Substitute All Druggists I lrThei Breckenridge JULY 27 New- sAWEDNESDAY 1001 L 1 Born July 25 to the wife of Ben CarIt a son- Rousseautter1 R Williams was in Owens Jboro SundayiFor sale Wall paper store Call on i J j TF Sawyer Vivian Pierce was up from Spotts vllle Sunday 1Percy Carson of Louisville was in j the city Thursday 1i R A Smith was down from Stephensnort Fridaprrl litfy Miss Ruth Haynes has returned from a trip to the St Louis fair Mrs Joe Culley was shopping in Lou iis SaturdayJY Wednesu hAn business trIp Mr and A1t U Y6UU 1 spending this week at Union Star Harry Newsoni returned Friday from a visit to friends at Yelvington Miss Jennie Green of Falls ot Rough 3 was the guest of Mrs G W Short Sun day rMrs Chas D Hook and daughters are visiting Mrs J Haynes at Union i Star I Joseph Stewart of Stephensportwao in the city Friday and Saturday onI f business 1 Mies Edna Jarboe has been visiting Her grandmother Mrs Geo Jarboe tatSkillman Chas Berry arrived in the city r Friday from Chicago where he bas hid a position Frank Hutchinson business manager of the Henderson Journal was in the city Monday Mrs Thomas Roberts of Ekrori was the guest of Mr and Mrs J E Keith last week Mrs R L Newsom and grandson Harry Newsom are spending this week at Sherman Texas Mr and Mrs P J Herrmau of Tell City were the guests of Mr and Mrs Chas D Hook Sunday Mr and Mrs Thos Daniel and child ren spent several days in Hnwesville last week with relatives Mrs Curt Ryan and daughter Miss Verna returned Wednesday trom a visit to the Worlds Fair Mrs Frank English was in Louis ville Sunday at the bedide of her mother Mrs John Lilard Robert Allen has returned from a visit to bis parents Mr and Mrs Mart Allen at Elizabethtown Miss Olivia Fallen will return this weeks from a visit of several week at Wet Clifty aria LeitchUeld Miss Marian Hambleton who has been the guest of relatives returned to her home Monday at Henderson Miss Rose Barry ot Birds Point Mo was the guest of her brother A J A Barry several days last week Mr Barretof Louisville came down to the Burk homestead near Addison Sunday to be with his family a few days Miss Ruth Younger came up from Hawesville Monday to visit Mr and Mrs James Younger and her brother George Younger Mr and Mrs E B Bar bee and ohildrepof Mattingly went to i sI Rome Indt Monday to visit Louis It Fox and family ii iiMiss Mildred White who has been r the guest of her cousin Miss Jennie i Mabel Harris left Wednesday for her home at Lima Ohio Miss Ella Robertson was the guest iWl of Miss Ethel Oelze Friday and Sat 1 1a10 V 411urday while en route from Indian Territory to her home at Glendeane I Disease takes no summtr IvacationI need flesh and c I tlrenjjth us- eScotts Emulsion summer as in winter Iledllortsrewrle tCOTT a JOWJCE a4t40 411 Purl Stnt aIN1If Yet joe Mti imt s pw r Wall papefj Babbage Son For saleHouse and lot Call on T F Sawyer W B Mann of Addison was in the city Saturday on business Dan Duncan came home from Greenwood Ind last week Harvey Harris went to Evansville Saturday to spend several days Miss Belle McQary of Hardins was visiting in tne city last week Miss Mildred Fontaine of Holt has been visiting Mrs Jas T Skillman Miss Mamie Balee of Owensboro is the guest of Mrs Fannie Lisbon Jno Butt of Owens r 7made a short visit to relatives here last week Wall paper Babbage Son Morris and Edward Lollisof Owens boro were the guests of Ed Morrison Sunday Z Miss Linnle Tate of Owensboro is the guest of her sister Mrs Marion WeatherholtVirgil of Louisville was the guest of Frank White Wednesday and Thursday Donala Matheney and Homer Morri son went to Lowisport last Wednesday to spend a week Mist Monnie Elder returned Sunday to Owensboro after n visiti to the Misses Popnam Misses Edith and Eva Plank were the guests of relatives at Owen boro part of lastweek MrsJames England of Tobins port- eturned Wednesday from a visit to the Worlds Fair Mrs W L Burton of Colton Cal has been visiting Mrs Lucy Gregory several days the past week Miss Carrie Graham of Louisville who has been visiting relatives nere jjfrrnpo fxnnday to her home Miss Grace Dugan is expected down from Louisville today to visit Mr and Mrs James Younger Wall paperBabbage s Son Messrs Robert and Edward Stone of Frankfort attended the funeral of their brother in law Ira DeHaven ThursdayMrs N DeHuy left Thursday for her home at Evanston HI after u visit of several weeks to her sister Miss Judith Miller Miss Rose Barry of Birds Point Mo and Mrs J A Barry went to Crncelins Fridayto visit the formers sister Mrs J P Benham Miss IdJl Weatherholt of Los Angeles CaL has been visiting her cousins Misses Stella and Clecna Wea therholt several days the past week Judge Mercer Thomas Moore Will Hook Gus Brown Henry Moorman Hal Murray and Chris A hi of Har dlnsbnrg where here last Thursday to attend the funeral of Ira DeHaven Misses Mabel and Lillian Collie of El Paso Texas who have been visiting their sister Mrs P L King ar the guests of Mr and Mrs Mel ville Eskrlage at Owensboro this week Mrs C F RoDerts of Chicago was the guest of Mr and Mrs J E Keith last week Mrs Roberts has been visiting in Meade county her old home and will visit the Worlds Fair at St Louis en route to Chicago Misses Mary and Eliza Barret of Louisville came down Friday from Addison where they have been VISit ing relatives to spend several days with Misses Ruth and Lnoile Graham of Louisville who are the guests or Misses Elizabeth and Margaret Skillnian LostBill Book Lost last Saturday on the road to the picnic at Hardins schoolhouse or on the grounds a large morocco bound bill book containing notes and bills and other val uable papers The tinder will please return or send to Jno D Babbage Cloverport Ky The midsummer fiction numbers of McClures have always been a great joy This year they are better than ev er McClures for August 1004 out this week It is a wonder Famous writ ers Brightest and best short stories Beautiful pictures iu colors Special cover in three color sOn sale at Jno D BabbagesQUSTON Mr and Mrs W K Brown were iin Louisville shopping Tuesday Miss Viola Lewis and brother Platte are visitors at R J Pattersons Miss Rosa Lou Ditto of Hardinsburg and Miss Salley Bishop Robertson of Glendeane were the guests of Miss Ella Robertson last week Miss Cora Lee Anderson assisted by several Webster young ladies and our talented girls gave a parlour theatre Friday evening Quite a little talent present was Miss Rome Massey of Shelbyville Misses Eva and Kate McG kee of Brandenburg Miss Helon Pollock of Louisville Miss BartihUof Owensboro F Crow and Joe Riyburnof Louisville composed a house party at Miss Cor pastItwoXrtS t- ijj c UARfBW REPORT 1 OF THE TWO STATES BANK At the close of business on the 30th day of June 100- 4IiBSouitCgs oorn8OverdrlltHo unsecured i Notional liinksS8 50341 State tanks and ors 20COCO 850841 CompaniesHanking EstaNMortlllIlti1t Other Stocks and Honda 1D4S5I Speclo + OT42i Currency 265500 352023 Exchange for Cl wirings Other items carried as Cash Furniture and Fixtures 155113 Fund to pay Taxes Current Expenses last Quarter Current Expensesj i Tl sC0 Mouths 45U6 45400 JBS2tS373 LIABILITIES flSOSurplusUndivided Profits 111001 Due Depositors follows viz i Deposits subject to check on which Int Is not paid 2515183 Deposits subject to chekton tfhlch Interest Is paid 1063240 Demand certificates of do posit ion which Interest Is paldl Time certificates of deposits on which Int Is pd Saving Deposits on which Interest Is paid v V Certified Checks m 3508423 Duo National Hanks Duo State Junks and Hankers Duo Trust Companies Cashiers Chicks Out standing Rills rediscounted Unpaid Dividends unpuldCapital SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of indebtedness of any stockholder person or firm Including In the liability of the firm tho liability of tho Individual members thereof directly or If such Indebtedness exceeds 20 per cent of capital stock actually paid InJ and actual amount of surplus of tho bank None How Is indobtednessstatd In above Item 1 secured See Section 883 Kentucky Statutos Highest amount of Indebtedness of any director or olllccr If amount of such Indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paid up capital stock of bank None PuoSectlonSSSKontucky Statutes Row Is same secured Does amount of Indebtedness of any person company or firm In cluding In the liability of the com puny or firm tho liability of the In dividual members thereof oxccud 30 per cent of paidup capital and actual surplus No Usa state amountot such Indebt edness Amount of last dividend Were all expenses lassos Interest and taxes deducted therefrom before declaring dividend and was not loss than 10 per cent of nut profits of the bunk tor tho period covered by tho dividend carried to tho surplus fund boforo said divi dend was declaredMSeo Section 500 Kentucky Statutes illt9TBSTATEi County of llrockonrldgo f SiJ JohnS Adair Cashier of tho Two States bUBln06s1nthocounty being duly sworn says the foregoing report Is In all respects a truo statement of the condition of the said Hank at the closo of business on the 30th day of June 1004 to tho best of his knowledge and belief and further says that the business of said Hank has been transacted at the location named and not madQInfrom the Secretary of State doslgnatlngthc SOthduyof Juno lOOt as the day on which such report shall be made JOHN S ADJR Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before mo by John- S Adair the 30th day of Juno 1001 WM F HOOK Olort- Ry L B HELM D C R A SIIELlMAN 1Vsr II IIAKDIN VDIroctors J II LEE i Chintz Royalty Practical Surveyor also Notary Public I can survey your Lands write your Deeds and take the acknowledgemont your homo This eaves you trouble and cost Your Patronage Solicited Address me at Hardinsburg Ky I 7 lji I 6 IPricesI 1 100 bu 950 Ti V 25 bu 250 I 20 bu 200 f 1 9 bu 100 Im jfljjj r1I put on our market Our coal Is L loaded by hand and we guarantee 11 It to be clear of slack or sulphur I i Will fill coal house on monthly A paymentsilI r Gregory Go J P1SO CURE FOR CURES I IERE All ELSE FAILS Beet Couch Syrup Tastes Coed Use in time Sold by druggists CONSUMPTIOM Miss Belle McGary is baqK at thE telephone exchange at her position oP bay her sister Miss Georgia MoU ry whU shehas bM taKiag her TKCktioa l a t 1 Wants 1 Advertisements Inserted under this head atI one cent a word per week FOIL SALE PRINTING Presser and Cutting machines one lot of good Laundry machines Ol11ollneEnllnesLouisville Ky FOR SALECOW- milk cow good milker1 good stock Mrs Mary J Miller Cloverport 1y FOR SALEBULL- FORSALEA registered Hereford Hull 4 tothovlngton ICy VOn SALE OR EXCHANG E FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE Kentucky Drill with see1l1ttulhmentHifor one horse farm wagon Ad dross Wra H Mann Addison Icy- STRAYEDSTEEII aOHb1oothwas last hoard of at Lost Run about the iOth ILnyonefurnishingH T Carlton Rosetta Kye HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Round trip home seekers excursions to West and Southwest first and third Tuesdays each mouth at greatly reduced rates One way second class colonist tickets to South and Southeast first and third Tuesdays each month at reduced rates I Following Worlds Fair tickets on daily sale Cloverport to St Louis Season ticket n80 60 day ticket 955 15 day ticket 035 Special occasion N Y Chautauqua excursion July 20 1904 On nccount of the Chautauqua N Y excursion rate 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 1J rate of 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 pm Summer Tourist Rates To Colorado Utah and Black Hills District Tickets to be sold any day up to and including Sept 30 good returning Oct 31 Davless County Colored Fair Owensboro KY Aug 1720 145 round trip Cloverport to Owens boro and return on Aug 17 to 20 fl elusive good to return Aug 20 TrIState Fair Evansvllle Aug 19 1904 For this occasion rate of 205 for round trip Cloverport to Evansville andreturn will be made on Aug 1 to Aug 6 inclusive good to return Aug 6 Niagara Falls Excursions Cloverport to Niagara Falls andre turn Aug 2 Aug 11 Aug 17 and Aug 25 1270 for round trip good to return 12 days from date of sale Grand Army of Republic Boston ltnssAug1520C- loverport to Boston and return 22 00 2475243l46 according to route selected Tickets sold on Aug 121314 good to return leaving Boston not earl ier than Aug id nor later than Aug 20 except that extension will be given to not later than Sept SO on payment of 50 cents Excursions toAtlantic City Cloverport to Atlantic City andre turn Aug 4 Aug 11 and Aug 18 good to return 12 days from date of sale 17 25 Biennial Encampment K of P Louis vllle Ky Aug 1629 For this Encampment rate of 24 i i for round tripCJoverport to Louisville and return will be made on Aug 1314 15 16 good returning not later than Aug31 Seven Hills Chautauqua Owensboro Aug 4181904 Cloverport to Owensboro and return as follows Aug 318 inclusive 185 good to return Aug 19 Aug 58U18 145 good to return day following date of sale LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET Reported oy Popham Bros Eggs 18o doz liens 80 lb- Chickens 12c Ib j Turkeys 60 per Ib Geese F F and F350 per doz Ducks F F nnd F Co per Ib Pigeons 75o doz Batter LOo lbiGinseng 1425 450 v Y root 55o lh May apple 84c lb Country hams 18o lb Country shoulders Oo lb Featnera 48c lb GREAT ATTENDANCE I SL Louis July 24The statement for the attendance tho past week is sued today by the department of ad ehoResI a total of 518150 T j I fl 9 MEET ME AT NOLTES I of Are You Getting Ready For pf 3 illTHIRD e ANNUALrder Over Masons ratsArel l df Barbecue NONE THURSDAY AUGUST 11 H 44 Tips year it will be bigger and better than ever Come and bring your friends with you In the meantime if you are needing anything to complete your outfit let us supply you 4 J C NOLTE BRO MASONIC TEMPL- ECLOVERPORT KY j a V Q i e 0 me I do all this our the a year GO IJ I i To Chances On some but not on the 1Bread1 young aud old most be from FLOUR which the glutenous phos of Winter Wheat You take no when you buy CADICKS DUST from your grocer Cdick Milling Co GRAND VIEW IND e eeeeeeeeeeoeseeeeeea cocogoococooococooooocooco eeseeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeseie Jii NOTICEI T r J I Our l1 Shop and Foundry is in firstclass shape are pre IInov to do all kinds of new and re with accuracy in thett Iileast possible thereby saving 1mtime and expense to our patrons We i all to be first class in every respect us a iitrial job I 1 VLJ I Cloverport Foundry and Co I 28 II C1OVerpartIiI a1eeeeeeeeeaeeeeeee eeeeeee- eoeeeoeeeeeeeeeeseaeeeoe THE RIGHT MAN AND THE RIGHT PRICE Will save money on best material and give you honest before you have your will house carriage and- furniturepajnting J Wm MATTINGLY Cloverport Ky Dont forget is bargain month News whole for cents VJFTake things made CADICKS GOLD DUST contains phates Longberry Red properly milled chances GOLD FLOUR chine II We pair work and time guarantee our work Give Machine work See painting done L II ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 46 Dally Fast Train leaves Cloverport 507 AM stops at WIt Point only arriv es at LoutsTllc715A No 42 Daily Mall and Express leaves Clo ToruortOAl A M stops at all way stations arrives Louisville 1885 P M j Train No 44 Exposition Limit ar rlv Olovrllort 443 p m Louis p m Stops at Wont Point only Train No48 Man und Express r rives atCloverport 700 p m Loulsvf 45rp m Stops ut nil stations WEST BOUND a No 47 Dallybt Louis Mall and E u r ss loft ves Olovonwrt l43A M arrives Ft irg Tllle 130 PM arrives St Louts cilii 11stops at all stations No 41 Limited diyarrivesClovorport 1053 um RvansvCK j oo p mSt Lout OilG p m stops at llawcs I rllle Oweusboro and Iloudorson only Train No 43 Mai and Exprocs daily ar rlvos Cloverport 7 S5 p m Kvansvlllu Ji jo p m Stops at all stations No45 dally St Louis fast train leaves Oo velport 1100 PM arrives Evansville 135 A- lit St Louis f 20 A M stops at JIuwesvll1e Owensboro and Henderson only i Fordsville Branch EASTBOUND Train No 2 Dally except Sunday leaves Fordsvlllu 40 a m arrives Irvington 805 am leavesFordsvllle340 t pm Main No 0 Sunday only FordsvllloO00 a m Irvington 8s33 p m WESTBOUND Train NoS Dally except Sunday leaves Irvlngton 1100 a m arrives Fords vine 303 pm Train No loaves Irvington 410 p m arrives Uordwvific 1100 ta MeBHTfl Thomas and Edmund Wroe and Misses Mary Jarboeti find Maggie Wroe went to Harduliiburg lYVMonday to attend thtoaohersjnstl tote iCr rnasr y + y4r ii++ aY1tri4 i rk wMr rwrwwlrwwf wr ie Breckenridge News 3DNESDAY July 27 1004 7DONT BUTT IN It1en yon see n fellowman f ijetlv playing his own hand Ung the very best he can k J Dont butt In save troubles of their own tllibly more than you have fii annotVi lat them alone f OpptDout butt in iJit do them any good couldftUrt do it if you would a 1t1 ft Dont butt in AI ilia fall ottt every day awaylli Yway from you Dont butt In i li your friends go on a lark Spend the day at Lakeside Park And stay out till after dark Dont butt in When your friends a fishing go Any say the fish weighed so and so It wont be the truth jou know Dont butt in If the conversation dont suit you Wait until the speakers through You may learn something new Dont butt in On your journey here below a Through this world of joy and woe Youll be tempted whereer you go But dont butt in Blue GBard A Liberal Offer The undersigned will give a fret sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets to any one wanting a reliable remedy from disorders of the stomach biliousness or constipation This is a new remedy and a good one A R Fisher Cloverport and R A Shellman Stephenspoit Druggist- sPHYSICAL COMPARISON To the Editor of the SunSir The candidates for the Presidencey are making it more difficult each day forth voters to choose between them On Saturday morning at Oyster Bay President and Mrs Roosevelt went horseback riding In the afternoon at Esopns Judge and airs Parker did likewise How can there be issues in such a campaign If the President should rope a steer at Oyster Bay what would happen at Esopns S New York July 17 Headache Can be Cured with Dr Miles Anti I Pain Pills It your nerves are subject to disturbances such as Headaches Neuralgia Backache Rheumatism Menstrual Pains Sleeplessness etc their Jarring and jangling can bo quickly ended with a Dr Miles AntiFain Pill Dr Miles AntiPain Pills are pleas ant little pink tablets which do not act on tho bowels nor do they have any disagreeable weakening or habitform ing effect on the system They are the result of the latest scien tific knowledge on the subject of Pain and bring relief safely and quickly to the greatest sufferer You should always keep a box of Dr Miles AntiPain Pills In the house since you never know when pain may attack you and It Is wrong to suffer when your suffering can be so quickly relievedI Dr Miles AntiPain pills contain ho opium chloral cocaine morphine or similar drugs and are sold by druggists under a guarantee to relieve you or pay your money back By relieving Pain Dr Miles Antl Pain Pills shorten suffering and length en life 25 cents Never sold In bulk 1 have used Dr Miles AntiPain Pill when troubled with headache and find that one pill Infallibly effects relief In a very short time I also use Dr Miles Nerve and Liver Pills when necessary I am considerably afflicted with neuralgia of the head and find these pills of much benefit to me They are all that is claimed for them OKORGE COLGATE 219 Oakland fit San Antonio Tex TrialFREEFain Pills the New Scientific Remedy for Pain Also Symptom Blank Our Specialist will diagnose your case tell you what is wrongL1md how to right It Free DR MItES MEDICAL CO LABORATORIES ELK HART JNTV GREAT EGG DEMAND The man who could get i corner on the egg market jnst in little old Manhattan Island alone said a pro lane dealer could shut up shop at the end of the year and have a good time the rest of his life It takes more than 30000000 dozens of eggs a year to keep the island in omelet eggnogs and other things that cant be made without eggs They cost on an average 35 cents a dozen forem That figures up to tho ueat Ram of 7800000 all in hard cash Those ggs come from all over the country tf New York State New JerseyPenn lylvania and Massachusetts should urn over to the Manhattan Island market every egg their hens lay they would no more than supply the do nand so we hare to go out West down South and even to Canada toI jet enoughNew York Sun Southern Corn Crop In six of our Southern States Virginia North Carolina South Carolina Georgia Alabama and Mississippi there Is a total area of approximately lfi000000 acres planted in corn Tae yield from his area for 1003 was 225000000 bushels Iowa with 8200000 acres in corn produced 22UOOOOOO bushels and Illinois with about the same acreaee as Iowa produced 204000000 Iowa and Kansas together with about the same acreage as the six States ot the South produced about 400000000 bushels Fourteen States comprising New England New York New Jersey Pennsylvania Ohio Indi and Minne ana Michigan Wisconsin sota with an acreage of 14000000 or 1000000 less than tie six Southern States produced 481000000 bushels This taken acre for acre pratically doubles the Southern crop One of two conclusions seems nn avoidubK Either the South is wasting a vast amount of energy In getting only some 8 or 9 an acre In return for its labor in fruitful soil or it is wasting energy and losing results by careless and unintelligent metnods in cultivating a fairly fruitful soil The South as a section boasts with abundant warrant of its rich fertility its endless possibilities In agriculture Illinois Kansas and Iowa may have better corn lands but the figures which we quote aweepng as they do the whole north ern belt make it impossible to ac count for the Southern shortage in yield pre acre on the score of inferior soil or adverse climatic conditions- If the average yield per acre in the South were brought up to the stand ard of other sections the South would be the richer by about 150000000 a yearNew York Sun Knocked Down Carrie Nation Clarkaville Tenn July 20Carrie Nation who is attending the annual fair now in progress at Unthrio Ky bus been up to her old tricks Yesterday afternoon in the crand stand on the fair grounds she walked up to n young man named John Will iams from Trenton Ky and slapped a cigarette from his mouth He warned her not to repeat the act but she did not heed the warning again knocslng the cigarette from Williams mouth whereupon he is said to have mocked her down Mrs Nation was not hurt only many woman with blood liver many cases good fairy good health pure blood and liver Most with some organs liver this nature starve body they from and great work upon and liver These that mans body This makes them vig orous and fills blood with that builds solid and flesh and nervespa Will paid money States they cannot show below and also every teat they their and thus and their r Main Street Here only among many L rHfflettLat hearttroubledDEAR SmA almost minute made mind write Pierce which bottlesreceived prompt reply neither heart trouble would advise either trouble write Pierce letter wish Very yours LOIS PISRCB Buffalo Bluff Norris Mont The and I rcos more than 1000 sont FREE pay ONLY Sond for the look nmmei for tho N1- i n n o AcIloL I I THIR ANNUAL Masons Barbecue-4ti- i Cloverport Ky-h E iMLZEIIII rJ ThURSDAY AUG 11 1904 BIGGER THAN EVER BETTER THAN BEFORE i llTheWell Known Commercial Club Band of Cannelton Will Make f Music All The Timei b iBarrels of that Great Fun Makeri ff1 H CONFETTIA AlerrySoRound Side Shows Sports a Baby I Show Something of Interest Going S ConstantlyLc j i If a Good Fairy t Would bring health to mesays a man or 1 afflicted stomach troubles dilOrderst c or complaint In Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery is the which brings backka strong stomach an actives diseases begin trouble of the digestive or of the Troubles of 1 the because prevent it receiving its if proper supply of nourishment Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery gives a man an appetite a good digestion Its is the stomach Ji intestines are the organs nourish a medicine strong healthy It the the nour ishment new healthy muscle 3000 Forfeit I III be cheerfully in lawful of the United by the undersigned proprietors of Dr Pierresii f Golden Medical Discovery if therr original signature of the individual volunteering the + testimonial published of t monial among the thousands which are conFstantly publishing attesting the superior curative properties of several medicines k proving the genuineness reliability of all the multitude of testimonials volunteered by grateful f people in behalf Worlds Dlspeasary Medical Association Proprietors 663 BUFFALO N Yf I is the experience of one thought at1tlie I M3 htJuSle and r = I was with dyspepsiayear ago R V I did and tI to to Drwas expecting to die at any up my a advising me to take his Golden Medical Discovery I took six and can dyspepsia now I all who are suffering from rJ truthfully say that I have nor to to Dr at once this wherever Thanking you for your kindness I am j youYou have my permission to publish HOOPER ii- To gratefully MRS Dr R V N Y Red PO Discovery is purely vegetable contains no alcohol or narcotics FREE Dr pl Common Senso Medical Adviser containing largo pagos Is on receipt ot stomps to oxponso of mailing 21 onecant stamps In covers on 31 stamps clothbound volume Addfosss DP R V PIERCE Buffalo The News 50c per year until August 1 4 UffNUu II A U I u I111A 14 t ti 1 It I I 4 JIf 1 d UJ 10 l w Field largei I FIELD SPORTS II t Running Races Sack Races Potato Races Write CHAS B SKILLMAN for Particulars Ij IjI tt-I 1 Handsome Prizes in the Baby Show Barbecued Meats Cooked by Old Time Folks BURGOO A Rates L H 6 ST L RY Special rates from all points on main line and branch between Fordsville and Hawesville inclusive to Cloverport of one fare for the round j trip excepting that when one fare is more than 100 a special rate of 100 for the round trip will be r authorized r y- I rff 0 The BrecktnrJdgeiNew si V = F WEDNESDAY July 27 1004 = P m TilE PANAMA SITUATION I yf yfCltppInq sent in by1 J I ltL NcwsOBl mDr j iv i V In 1000 the project of an Isthmian y canal stood Wbere it was left by th rf Clayton Bulwer treaty of 1850 F- tIt half a century it bad halted with jJ Groat Britain resting upon a jot right of control and the great under taking of De Lesseps struggling against the doom of failure imposed by extravagance and corruption 0 the 18th of November 1001 the HayPanncefote treaty with Great Britain relieved the enterprise of the right et British controll and left that right exclusively in the Unite States Then followed swiftly th negotiations and protocols with Nicaragua the Isthmian Canal act of i June 28 1902 the just agreement with the French canal company to pay them the value of the work the had done the negotiation and rati fication of the treaty with Columbia the rejection of that treaty oy Col umbia in violation of our rights and the worlds right to the passage of the Isthmus the seizure by Panama of the opportunity to renew tier oft repeated effort to throw off the hatefulI and oppressive yoke of Columbia f fand resume the independence which bad been hers and of which she had been deprived by fraud and force the success ot the revolution Iur recognition of the new republic jfollQwed bv recognition from sub stantiallysall the civilized powers of the world the treaty with Panamai recognizing and coafirntifg4itfr1gh tf to construct the canal the ratification yiof the treaty by the Senate i confirm atory legislation by Congress the payment of the 50000000 to th French company And to Panama appointment of the Capw In accordance with lag and its or ganization to begin KCT work The action of the United States at ever step has been in accordance with the law of nations consistent with the prlnclpl of justice and honor in discharge if the trust t build the canal we long since asaame d by denying the right of every other power to build it dictated by high and unselfish purpose for the com mon benefit of all mankind That act was wise considerate prompt Vigorous and effective and now the greatest of constructive nations stands ready and competent to begin I arrd tcT accomplish the great enterprise i which shbn realize the dreams of peat ages bind together our Atlantic and Pacific coasts and open a new Jhifthway for that commerce of the Orient whose course has controlled tearise and fall of civilizations Success in that enterprise greatly concerns the credit and honor of the American people and it is for them to say whether the building of th canal shall be in charge of the men who made its building possible or o the weanlings rhoae incredulous objections would have postponed ff- x it for another generation JESOPJJS BACKWARD yilager Yee Esopus sounds quiteEIitt1 classic We invented it ourselves I though It is thu word suppose spelt backwardVisItorHow clever But Is there not one P missing Villager Oh no We are purposely fcudjjg that letter for election day I when we will use it to make our die J tinguished resident President i Women as Well as MenI Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Sidney trouble preys upon the mind dis courages and lessens ambition beauty vigor I Iand cheerfulness soon 1 1 disappear when the kid neys are out of order ordiseasedKidney trouble has become so prevalentt I that it is not J for a child to be bo- j rnon j C Afflicted with weak kld = neys If the child urin- atesj too often If the r uric s scalds the flesh or If when the child ruches an age when It should be able to control the passage It is yet afflicted with b iwettlng depend Upon It the cause of- tt the difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first stept should be towards the treatment of Ii l I unpleasmtI habitIas Women as well as men are made miserable with kidney and bladder trouble remedyTNofwainpIby druggists In fifty scent and one dollar sties You may have a iINI ample bottle by mall free also pamphlet tell ROM ot orwapRoot tar all about It including roany of the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kllnwr ldei CoJ31nghamton N Y be sure and nwUon this paper Dont make any mistake but remember tha SwamHooton every bottlo XENTt1C iNS REUNITE Kentuckians in the neighborhood Kennard Neb with the names of some many of our readers are faint iar held a reunion Sunday July 17 They met at tha beantisul country VorhiesVenjoyable time was had Those pres eut were William Lamb and wife James Kyau and family John Bur gess and family George McCoy and- e family AT Allen and family Char Irle8 Cunningham and family i Mrs Mary Dawson of Herman Mrs Mat Ittie DeWitt of Coffman MD Newel and family Jesse Ryan and fami ly A A Wilkins and family Henry tashman and family J W Lamb and- n wife George Menuing and family i Laiirance Utterback and family Ueq rge Christensen and family Will Menkmg and family i George Robert Bin and family Jim Peterson and wife Taylor Moadora and family- e Mm JE Claycomb and family i Mrs Mattio Pate and family i Thomas Hall Mrs Orpha Dows and Mrs Mary Watkins of MoKinney Texas John Blaco and family Chris Nelson and family L E Vorhies and family Char ylea Lamb Sam Hall Miss Una Nis sen Brutally Tortured A case came to light that for per sistent and unmerciful torture hue perhaps never been equaledJ O Gootl bick of Colnsa Calif writes For 15 years I endured insufferable painll from Rheumatism and nothing re lieved me though I tried everything a known I came across Electric Hit ters and its the greatest medicine on earth for that trouble A few bottles of it completely relieved and cured me Just as good lor Liver and Kidney troubles and general debility Only BOo Satisfaction guaranteed by tJhoffHaynes Druggists WHY WOMENS WAGES ARE LOW IRather an amusing reason is given youngn i lower than young mens when the same work is accomplished in quite 03 good a manner Seldom she says does a girl work with any idea of permanency and often the brighter and more capable she is the thatdwants in a wife Indeed it is a fact 1says the philosopher that many employers have found it useless to train goes loosing capable girls in any special lines for just when tbeyII are fitted for the required duties and the accompanying higher salary offtt they go MissDoughten Is in a posi tion to disuses the subject as she is social secretary in one of the largest publishing houses in America Social Service ARREST 1T50 REWARD A bottle of Eczine will be sent free a to every reader of this paper who is suffering with any kind of skin disease or eruptions any form of Eczema Blind or Bleeding Piles Scrofula Ith Tet eter Barber Itch Ringworm Boils Blood Poisou Fevet Sores or any other- f Germ disease or sores of any name ortnature g0 reward will be paid for any case of Eczema that is not promptly cured with Eczine Ecziue will heal any sore or cure the worst skin and make look like velvet Heretofore there has been no specific discovered that would cure Eczema and kindred dis eases until Eczine was discovered ROIl now thousands are cured daily Never mind what you have tried forget the failures made by other remedies and send for free sample of Eczine which always gives relief and permanent cure Write today to BOYD CHEMICAL CO 731 RandMcNally Bldg Chicago Ill The publisher of this paper knows of the reliability of Eczine and of the Boyd Chemical Co COUNTYS BLACK SPOT Kentuckys 1004 Local Option Map is published on the fourth page of the last issue of the Baptist Agus All optIonrcounties and the blank counties are whiskey counties There are only five black counties Todd Meude Jeffer Campbell and Kenton But these are not entirely so for the white spots in them are local option towns or precincts All of the white counties are local option though the black spots in some of them show limited places where whiskey can be soldJ Hudbonville is the only black spot InJ Breckenridge county according to the map The map was compiled by Dr G W Young superintendent of the Ken tacky AntiSaloon League It shows that there are now sixtythree count Ilea without saloons twentynine with saloons at but one place in the county pointsIpoints but every county Tn I the state has more or leea dry territory THE AVERAGE OF 1904 The Government report says the I acreage ot tobacco is lees than that of last year by about 231 000 acres or 238 per cent The average condition on July was 858 against 851 one year ago 1- i F g i OCEAEWSPAPERT- he completly nuccessful result df SIg Marconis attempt to keep the passengers on the Cunard liner Car panla supplied with a daily news bull etin during the voyage to New York represents by no means the latest of the recent triumphs of wireless telegraphy On no single day does there seen to have been a failure in the supply of news communications with the American stations having actually been establlbhedj before that with the English stations ceased It may there fore be taken for granted that the midAtlantic daily newspaper hue come to stay and the practical val ue between the Old and the New World cannot be overestimated In time no doubt a similar boon will be at the service of seafarers bound even upon the longest voyages and it will then be necessary for those who desire to obtain complete rest and change by escaping oeyond the reach of newspapers to seek what they re quire elsewhere than in the pathless tracks of the ocean Londoh World FIRST DOLLAR WHEAT Last Wednesday thePanther Milling company at Panther Daviess wanly bought a fine and large crop of wheat from Turner Burns at a dollar a bushel The same day the price was glad ly met by the West Louisville mills in Daviess county which received 2 000 bushels of fine wheat This was the first wheat sold this year in Dav less county and in this section of Kentucky na far as knownat a dollar bushel No Hard Times This Year In any election few conditions bear as sharply upon the outcome as those pertaining to the field of industry Prosperity in the United States today continues in full swing There are cut thin surface depressions but no reason why these minor ebbs should become serious Every summer has its slackening of worn andevery presidential election is a check on industry Unless the situation develops rapidly there is no probability tor this summer of anything approaching hard times Colliers Weekly The pill that will will fill the bill Without a gripe To cleanse the liver without a quiver Take one at night DeWitts Little Early Risers are small easy to take easy and gentle in effect yet they are so certain In results j that 10 one who uses them is disappointed For quick relief from biliousness sick headache torpid 1111troublesJ I sluggish liver Eary Risers Sara un equaled Sold by all druggists VALUABLE PEARL The most extraordinary pearlor rather cluster of pearlsknown alii the Southern Cross is owned by a syndicate of Australians who value it- t i00000 So far as is known it occupies an iibaolutely unlqne post flea It consists of nine pearls naturally grown together in so regular a manner S3 as tJ form a perfect Latin cross The pearl was discovered by a pearl fisher at Roebonrne West Aus The first owner regarded 1tI with so much superstition that beI buried it but it was discove ed Injj 1874 and five years later was pooled on exhibition in Australia j WILL SPEAK TODAY I Oyster Bay LrJuly 21 President Roosevelt has completed the speech he will deliver on the 27mst on tno occasion of his notification of the ac- tIOn of the Chicago convention It about 3000 words in length IsII finishing touches were put on paper today the president himself theII vising it carefully before permitting it to be placed in the hands of the printers Summer complaint is usually prevalent among children thisseason well developed case in the AII family was cared last week by use of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy one of the best patent medicines manufactured and Is always kept on hand at the home of ye scribe This Is not Intended as a free puff for thecompany who do not advertise with us but to benefit little sufferers Who may not be within easy dccess of a physician I No family should be without a bottle of this medicine in the house es pecially in summer time Lansing Iowa Journal For sale byA R Uoverport and It A Shell Stephensport Meeting With Success Mrs Z T Cor and Mrs W M Fry mire of Ekron were in town Monday soliciting subscriptions for the new flautist church at that place They were very successful in raising a nice sum Work on the building will be commenced soont Meadc County Mes senger Gets 250 The lawsuit of Mrs John W Lawson agafsnt Courtland Haynes for 5000 for selling her husband whiskey over her written protest was compromised Mon day Mrs Lawson receiving 250 accord ing to the records of the courtHawes ville Plaindealer f S lYe ean ut- WelibniDo you think we cannot make bug gies out of paint and varnish and low grade stuff and call it high grade We cart but we won t TIC GCO Delker Co I Areworkyou C There is less profit in this kind ers k b fut If it name Elm no Sold by dealers If your dealer does not handle the Geo Delker write direct to the factoryOjOOOoo 1 J to of 1 LION COFFEE i In tto w Would You i tI a fy Cash to Lion Coffee users In our Great Worlds Fair Contest Have ODD 2139 people get 2139 more wilt get them n tho ti Five Lion Heads cut from Lion Coffee Packages and a a cent Atamp entitle you in addition to the free premiums to m one vote The acent stamp COy ers our acknowledgment to you jj hat your estimate is recorded You can send as many estlImates as desired one and 2BO alto Cub each Lion uses you will get will and will take And that get In of the the the old for the Of area way our their the dress our man his and room for peo pie men women im and and will the ever the the J Ivor mort user its new uptodatewe the makes not the buggyvThe Geo Delker Coel Sereri20to 128 Henderson Kentuckyeverywhere Work GASH GIVEN AWAY Users Addition the Regular Free Premiums how Like Cheek thce ThiS i v jf W IWlr1l11i 20 00 checks Presidential Vote Contest regular I will be total vote cast for for all combined at the 1904 l In voted ilj for For esti mates Com beforeNovemberfor the the next etc etc Grand Prizt of 500000 1 1 First Prize Prize 100000 2 Prizes S6OOOO each 100000 will be to the who isI nearest 6 Prizes 20000 100000 1O Prizes 100000 correct on both our FairI Presi 2O Prizes 100000 Prizes 100000 dential Prizes 2BOOOO 1800 Prizes 600IfWe offer 500000 Special Prizes to Grocers TOTAL2139 PRIZES Clerks in case of Coffee How Would Your Name Look One These Checks Everybody coffee use LION COFFEE long to acquainted with It be there other such value for the money Thenrou thats why we advertise both wewl11 a benefit for your Lion HeadsWe are usingour advertising money so WE GIVE BOTH FREE PREMIUMS CASH PRIZES Complete Detailed Particulars Every Package LION COFFEE V WOOLSON SPICE CO CONTEST TOLEDO 14 THE BODY BEAUTIFUL- A brilliant writer said to me other day that world seems to be reverting to love of physical prowess and admiration body beautiful course we long from this yet Fancy hollow chested pigeon toed women with square hips aud hour glass waists dressed as Greeks used to Fanoy average with protuberant skinny arms posing as a GreeK hero Sad as this thought iethere is encouragement Our both and are proving in size figure carriage to improve Whether intelligence and mentis developement will reach as high an average us as it did a Athenians is quite Ur Richard Cole Newton in Medical Record CASTORIAFer Till KM Yn Hari Always Bsgkt Bears tUot r 4 f rC y sates action tobol maker and and make Remember OWErbuggy the the name CA What the popular President votes candidates election m November 8 1000 election 13059653 people 3 President nearest correct l received in Woolson Spice prize nearest correct estimate second prize to nearest as follows First Second S250OOO awarded 10000IfWorlds 6OOO- GO 2000IfVote Contests 1000If 900000 2000000Particulars on of If enough you suited convinced Is no no otherand of usyou Hence AND C DEPT OHIO Grecian business paunch continue general among mong another question THE OLDEST CITY Chicago July 20UdNunKI the ancient Adab perhaps the oldest city in the world Has been discovered by the University of Chicagos excavat ing expedition In Babylonia This city for many years has been the ob ject of search by Orientalists It is mqntloned in the code of Hammurabi an early King of Babylonia which document was translated recently by Prof Robert F Harper director of the expedition He has just received the news here from Prof EJ Banks field director 01 the expeditltlon who since leaving this country last winter from Bismia in Babylonia has an nounced many important discoveries The uncovering of ancient Adab ia one of the most important archaeolog ical chievements of recent years Dr Banks Informed Prof Harper that he had found bricks bearing the syllables tTdNunKi at the lowest level of the ruins He Is certain that these bricks identify the city of Adab With a force of 120 men he excavated the ruins of BigraiaI and found the re mains of four temples built one above the oher which he named accord ing to the kills why built them The g QX11 Ltc a TiT I 6L l C dates became earlier until finally the h bricks identifying UdNunKi were found Among the other articles which Dr Banks found are marble statues onyx and sandstone lamps and many bronze objects Night Was lien Terror I would cough nearly all nightlong If writes Mrs Chas Applegate of Alexandria Ind and could hardly get any sleeo I had con sumption so bad that if I walked a block I would cough frightfully and apt blood but when all other med icines failed three f100 bottles of Dr Kings New Discovery wholly cured me and I gained C8 pounds Its absolutely guaranteed to cure Coughs Colds La Grippe Bronchitis and all Throat and Lung Troubles V Price 60o and100 Trial bottles freq at Short Haynes drug store Two From Breckenridge At the recent Republican convention held at Georgetown Williamson county Texas two former Breckehridge county citizens C V Compton andH- H Haynes were nominated for county Tt attorney and public weigher respective i ply i- j t1 CV fv A The Breckenridge News i WEDNESDAYIJULY 27 10H IRVINQTON dont forget the picnic Saturday v I py Wimp went to Cloverport Sun ue 4 Yi leer Herndon of Louisville is r e j r tn Katie Smith returned to Gus tainday tlgblBlgga was in Louisville on and Monday not fireman went to Harned last businessOpp u AZ Mary Wrather has returned + fairRroaI x U jlnt Atkinson is at homo from ia Itlllo Poplar Bluff Ark Jiss Mabel McGlothlan has gone to Brandenburg for a visit Herbert Barnes of Hill Grove was a visitor In town last week Russell Hall of Union Star is visiting Mr and Mrs Sam Bassett Willie Biggs has returned to Louis ville after a pleasant visit home Dorsey Parr of Texas is a visitor at Mr and Mrs Will Gardners Con Bland is home on his vacation accompanied by his wife and son Mrs Dick Bandy and Miss Maggie 1 Bandy went to Stephensport Sunday Rev J T Lewis filled his regular appointment here Saturday and Sun dayMrs II Letitia McGlothlan is spend ing a week with friends near Doe Run Mrs Shonse and children of Den nison Texas left for her home last weed Miss Anna Tydings of Louisville now of SU Louis is an expected visit or hero Milton Brown and his little neice Jennie went to Paradise last Friday on a vittit Mrs J T Lewis and children are at home after a months visit at GlendeanoDr Helmof Lexington spent the past week here with his sister Mrs Washington Dont fail to see the ball game between Brandenburg and Irvington Saturday July 30 Misses Ada and Willa Drnry have returned from a weeks visit to Big Spring and Bewleyville Miss Lnla Nunnely of Louisville passed through hero en route to see friends in Bowleyville Mr and Mrs John T Berry of Nashville Tenn announce the arrival u of a fine boy at their home Rev Lewis was called to Stephense I port lost Tuesday to assist in the funeral of Mr James Crawford Mr and Mrs Harry Major of Louisville and LaRue Barkley of Lexington are visitors at Washington Place I 1Misst Iptturned accompanied by her cousin i Elred Smith I Messrs Newsom Gardner Robert HUlIardT1 Grove church Sunday W L Chamberlain and wife H H xRomper W J Plggott and Mrs Nannie Wuthen attendea the Shrlners convention in Louisville last wetk Death To Chiggers I Every one Knows who goes camping t that Chiggers are annoying and pain ful Paracampb not only relieves the chigger cite hut rills the chigger Apply it freely rub in well It will give immediate relief so take a bottle along with you EKRON Rev Kimble dined with Z T Cox last Friday l J A Barry of Cloverport came C up Sunday night Mrs1 Tom Roberts and Mrs Hurry Pnsey went to Cloverport Saturday JL1 l Apers Falling hair means weak hair Then strengthen your hair feed it with the only hair food Ayers Hair Vigor It checks falling hair makes the hair t t Hair Vigor grow completely cures dan druff And it always restores color to gray hair all the rich f dark color of early life MT hair trii falling ont tadtr ind I wee tI afraid I would loge It all Then I tried Ayers Hair VlRor 1tgatchiytopPed the falling and niade mr It to be RSDECC Eo ALLEN EllzabetbNJ SIM a bottle J O ATKR CO Lowell bins Alldrllfllfor Falling Heir e t L t ftrt HAIR GROWTH Promoted by Shampoos of 1ltiCUf4 H SOAP 4And light dressings of CUTICURA the great Skin Cure and sweetest ofemollientsThis at once stops fall ing hair removes crusts scales and dandruff destroys hair parasites soothes irritated surfaces stimulates the hair follicles loosens the scalp skin supplies the roots withenergy and nourishment and makes the hair grow upon a sweet wholesome healthy scalp when all else fails 014II1ellrail rfe ixr real of 00 TJfpeti I London houN Sq iTtni 5 lIue de 1la l4li I Boston 1J7 Columbui A ft Potter IJrulk hem Carl dcropr TSo4 for All About the SILlo J E Keith of Cloverport was here last week the guest of W MFrymire Miss Davie Galloway or Big Spring is the guest of Miss Sallie WilliamsMrs Owings went to Wolf Creek last Wednesday to spend some time with relatives Mr and Mrs Will Roberts gave a social Saturday night which was en joyed by all present Mr and Mrs Pahmea of Louis ville spent Sunday with Mr andI Mrs Blank Shacklett There will be preaching here next Sunday at 11 oclock by our regular pastor Rev Dan Shacklett S J Brown is at ncme from Louisville and is having his property greatly improved by T J Payne Dan Brooks Jr and wife of Louisville were the guests of Mr and Mrs Emmett Jordon last week Mrs Dan Roberts and little grand son John Hamilton Sbacklett spent Sunday with Mrs Dutch Richardson Mrs Martin McGlothlan and daughter of Irvington are the guests of Mr and Mrs Wash pole man Miss Llllie McGlothlan 01 Irving ton and Miss Olive Adkisson spent Friday evening with Mrs W W FrymiroMiss Cox who has been a- very pleasant visitor at the home o Mr and Mrs Z T Cox returne- home Wednesday Mrs Bud SuacKlett and children of Hill Grove and Mr and Mrs Jack C Williams were the guests of Dr S H Stith last Monday Miss Nellie Carrico spent several days at St Marys last week She went that far with ner brother Andrew who has returned to Wash- Ington Miss Lila Owings returned home Sunday from a visit to the Misses Dowell at Vine Grove She was accompanied home by Miss Hettie Dowell LAHANT Claude Hardesty has gone to Louis ville W M Bevin is the happy father of twinsHenry Masterson was visiting his parents Saturday and Sunday Miss Melissie Rose is at home atter an extended visit at Owensboro- J C Meserve and wife are visiting relatives at Chambers this week Sundayschool every Sunday a Roberts schoolhouse at 3 oclock Miss Gertrude Shellman has re turned home from a visit to Hardine burg Miss Mary Ford will teach our school this fall at Roberts school houseMIss Maggie Stallman in visiting her sister Mrs Edward Tobin at Jt Louis Mo Logah Hickerson and his nephew c rFI iI 1- N 44 1 Clarence Hlckefsorf of near New Bethel spent Sunday here John Tillman and wife and Miss Christine Warren are visiting their granambther Mrs James Warren near here All who use Atomizers m treating nasal catarrh will get the best result from Elys Liquid Balm Price in cluding spraying tube 75 ots Sold by druggists or mailed by Ely Bros 00 Warren St N Y NAw Orleans Sept 1 1000 Messrs Ely BrosI sold two bottles of your Liquid Balm to a CUH tomer Wm Lamberton 1416 Delach also St New Orleans he hitS used the two bottles giving him wonder ful and most satisfactory results Geo W McDuff Pharmaci- stPATESVILLE Miss Brown of Oweneboro is visit ing Miss Ada Frymire Misses Anna and Sallie Baker spent Sunday at the home of Dr Frymire With this ween the News bargain month ends Get orders in by Sat urday T W Harmon and MInton Clark attended the barbecue at Hawesville SaturdayThis the last week of the News bargain month Get your order in before it is too late Mrs Kate Merithew and neice Miss Little Pockonpaugb of Rockport are visiting relatives here The News at the special price of 50 cents per year for July and July is about over Send your order in nowW S Ball of Hardinsburg who spoke here in the interest of the American Society of liqnity on Sat urday afternoon was pleased with the crowd of men who heard him but was more pleased to see a num ber of ladles present Among those who were at Tar Springs Sunday were Dr J T Owen Cloverport Dr Howard and daughter Mr and Mrs W H Lynch and sons and Eddie Heron Balltown Mrs Merithew and Miss Lillie Pecken paugh Rockport Mr and Mrs J W Lynch and daughters Misses Nina Anna Helen Clyde and son Vernon Misses Mollie and Nellie Fawver Clifton Corley Oscar Young T W Harmon Marvin and Tarvin Baker of Patesville and Mrs A T Blaine of Luxora ArK Cut this out and take it to A R Fisher loverportor R A Shellman Stepbensport drug store and get a de sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets the best physic They cleanse and invigorate the stomach improve the appetite and regulate the bowels Regular size 25c per box BEWLEYVILLE Thomas J Triplett is building a fine house Lewis Cain has been ill of fever for two weeks Mrs Nannie Hodges has been VISi- tIng her daughter Mrs K D Cgln Miss Lula Nnnnelley spent last I week the guest of Miss Blanch Jolly Miss Mayme Stith of Louisville is spending a fortnight at Fair Lawn Thomas J Jolly vas considerably hurt by a fall from a mowing machine Friday afternoon Edwin Jolly Is making an extended visited to his grandparents Mr and Mrs Thomas Jolly childrenfdaysdwith her parents recently Rev Hynes will hold protracted services here soon He speaks of get ting Rev Crandell to assist Miss Alberta Drury who has been away all summer was home Sunday and left for the Institute Monday Missel Ada and Willa Drury visit ed Mr and Mrs Z T Stith and Mr and Mrs C H Drury last week Miss and Mr Lewis of Hill Grove and MIss Lon Taylorof Garnettsville visited the family of Dr Walker Frl dayDogs visited Charlies Drurya flock of sheep Friday night The fact was discovered in time to prevents rlous injury This is the third raid of the kind Phelps Walker Misses Ina McCoy and Annie Payne are at Hardinsbnrg and Misses Bevie Cain Wivie Stith Nannie Hicks Fannie Williams and Ola ShntuHte are at Brandenburg at tending the institute this week The W FM S held their regular meeting in the church Friday after noon Mrs CharlesDrury was made dele Valleytwere two visitors with us who seemed to appreciate our word and we wish to state that we are always glad to have visitors Golden Rod GARRETT Cheas Ritchie IB sick Mrs C 1 Sipes was the guest of her son Chess Tuesday Wo regret to hear of the death of 1 QUARTER 1 trOF TH- EBreckinridge Bank At the close of business on the 30th day ot June 1110- 41IESOUI10ES Loans and discounts 127623 82 Overdrafts unsecured 26864 Due from National Banks 253W8i Due from State Banks 5and1 flanking house and lot 3724 71 Other stocks and bonds 60653 W Specie 0405 M Currency Q205 00 12 610 80 Furnitureandfixtures S1IU86 245861 48 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid In Incush 45100 00 Surplus Fund 7123 03 Undivided profits 400 0o Deposits subject to check on vrhfch Inter est Is not paid S 670M 63 Time certificates of do W10111Inter 121234 01 191238 64 Unpaid dividends No 60 3 per ct declared this day 1353 00 Fund to pay taxes 649 78 SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of Indebtedness of any stockholder person company or Brmlncludln ln the liability of the company or firm the liability of the Individual members thereof directly or Indirectly If such In debtedness exceeds 1M per cent of capital stock actually paid In and actual amount of surplus of the blink m f 00 How islndentednessstatd In abOve Item 1 secured Highest amount of Indebtedness of any director or officer It amount of such Indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paidup capital stock of bank 00 How Is same secured Does amount of Indebtedness of any person company or firm including In the liability or the com pany or firm the liability of the In dividual members thereof exceed 30 per cent of paidup capital and actual surplus No If so state mount of such In debtedness Amount of last dividend 3 per ct 1353 Wore all expenses losses Interest and taxes deducted therefrom before declaring dividend and was netIcovered by the dividend carried to the surplus fund before said dlvl dend was declared Yes S 245S64 49I EXTUOKYlS8STATE or County of Breckonrldgo If A B Sklllman Cushier of the Breckcn rldgo hank a hank located and doing buslI CloverpqrtInI the foregoing reports In all respects a true statement of the condition of the said flank at the close ot business on the 30th day ot Juno 1001 to the host of his knowledge and belief jand further says that the business of said Hunk has been transacted at the location named and not elsewhere and that theIabove report Is made in compliance with anIolllclal notice received from the Secretary ofII Stato designating the 30th day ofJune mB 1904 aas the day on which such report shall bo A B 8ICILT5IAN Cushier W H BOWMEU I A R PI8HKR J Directors FL LIQIITfOOTl Subscribed and sworn to before me by A B Skillman Cashier the 5th day of July 1904 CHARLES B SKILLMAN N P B O My commission expires Jan 15 1008 Haden Hagers baby at Brandenburg J M Ritchie and family of Vin Grove are the guests of his parents this week Next Saturday is the day of the big picnic at Garrett and a grand time is expected Several from hero attended the plc ale at Riueyville last baturday and all report a good time- J J Scifres and family spent Sat urday and Sunday in Hardin the guests of his sister Mrs Whitehead Mrs A A Peak who has been the guest of Mrs Mary Ritchie tor sometime has returned tc her home ini Louisville Mm A R Miles who hay beo visiting her uncle W W Miles o this place returned to her home i t1by Louisville ThursdayIMYSTIC Mrs J M Basham Is on the sick itstJJ The school at Poplar Grove will start Aug l Miss Maggie Cashman visited at Ray nonrl last week B H Beauchamp was in Hardinsbur one day last week I Burrell Macy and Effie Roberts visited at Rllodelia last week J Miss Murnle Basham is visitinvj friends near Hardinsburg Miss Nora Harrison is attending the teachers institute at Hardinsburg this week Mr and Mrs Ell Robbins and Miss Lena Adkisson attended the picnic at Inzel Dell last Saturday Mr and Mrs B H Beauchamp en tertained their young friends with a music social last Saturday night All hada very pleasant time HARDINSBURQ e County court day last Monday Gen D R Murray was in Irving ton last Friday Thomas J Moore was a visitor at Qlendonne Sunday The News one year 60 cents Sat urday ends this offer Franklin Kincheloe Was a visitor at Union Star Sunday Dr J 0 Bush will be in Hardlns burg August 8 foi six days Porter Bradshaw and family have moved to Tell City Ind Percy M Beard was in Louisville last week on a business trip Saturday ends the News bargain month Mail your order today Dr John E Kincheloe spent sever al days of last week in Louisville Luther Marr and Gilbert Pile of Ouster were in tne city last Monday Dr J 0 Bush will M in Hardins burg August 8 for six days Miss Jane Wardeld of Louisville was the guest of Miss Llllie Scott last weekPhelps Walker of Bewleyville is visiting Dr and Mrs W A Walker this week Miss Mary Richardson of Union Star is the guest of her sister Mrs Percy M Beard W G Bandy and D 0 Heron of Irvington were here last Monday at tending county court Miss Emily MoAteer of Louisville Is toe charming guest of Mr and- o Mrs Herbert M Beard Mrs Mary Ford and daughter Miss Lytie have returned from a 1MIsses1 W y Ball was in Hancock county last weed organizing local unions of the American Society of Equity Mm Percy M Beard and children were the guests of D S Richardson and family at Union Star last week The Rev Everett S English of Stephensport preached two excellent sermons at the Baptist church Sunday B F Beard and Marvin D Board and family have returned home from a visit to Mr and Mrs A S Edelen of Burgin Dr J C Bush will be in Hardins burg August 8 for six days In the county court last Monday W G Bandy was appointed admin istrator of the estate of Mariah Goodman deceased The Childrens Rome Missionary Society of the M E church gave an ice cream supper at the mart house Monday night The Ladtas Aid Society of the M E church w111 give an ice cream supper in the hall of the courthouse Thursday evening Drs Seth Parks of Webster L B Moreman of Irvl1 ton and J B Frymirt of Union Star were in the city Wednesday thetNews bargain mqnth Save money renewing your subscription at the special rate60 cents per year Misses Maggie JohusonHen nery and Beinard Johnson of Louis vile were the guests of Mr and Mrs John Hoben the first of the week The Rev PC Duvall of Blizabeth town Presiding Elder of the M E Mrgand Mrs Jesse Whitworth Friday Misses Margaret and Roberta Brodie left yesterday for Evansville Ind where they will attend the golden wedding of Mr And Mrs James Henry PELVIC CATARRH CUREDIGeneral Health Greatly l by Peruna Mrs E Von Stlonau 832 fifth street Milwaukee Win writesfrtI have been sufferer for years with female trouble causing backacho and i at times terrible lioad PERFECT I aches I had a Iso HEALTH I complications from REGAINED I Indigestion and heart trouble BO that I often had toll down I took alit bottles of Feruna I was then in perfect health was regular had no more headaches intact my health is now all that I could wlshMrs E Von Stlenau CaredljKidney Trouble Mrs M J Danlcy Treasurer of the k Rebecca Lodge I 00 F writes from 124 First Street N Minneapolis MinnV I was afflicted for several ears with WhJyo which became quite ser- Iousb andcVuscu Tttodbnsldorablo anxiety I spent hundreds at dollars trying to be cured but nothing gave me any aItonly ten bottles to effect a permanent cureMrs M J Danlcy Address Tho Pprnna Medicine Co Columbus Oli lo for treo book on catarrh written lItv Pr R P Hartman THE MISSION CARRIAGE A strange looking vehicle something similar to a delivery wagon and drawn by a large Norman norse came into town Thursday afternoon from Haweaville where it stopped for sever al days The occupants of the wagon are James Miller of Brockville On tariotand George Hockmson of Iowa They call the vehicle the Mis q sion Carriage ana travel about in it from town to town preaching a relig j ion of which they are followers and selling books containing monli a bont their faith The religion is called Tne New and Latter House of Israel The books of which there tire three volumes bear the title of Ex tracts From the Flying Roll tobeln a series of sermons compiled for the Gentile churches of all sects and denominations addressed to the Lost Tribes of Israel as stated on the tit le page The author is JIB J Jezrell The exact tenets of the religion are not easily understood unless a thorough study he given the tracts concerning It which are sold by Messrs Miller and Hockinson Messrs Miller and Hooklnaon preach on the streets in the towns where they stop and make a housoto house canvas selling their books They stopped here for several days while en route to Louisville 1 BUYS LAHEIST FARM 1 Julian H Brown has bought thjv LiHelst farm of forty seyen afiaa half acres lying between Clover creek and South Elm street from Mrs L T Reid The consideration was f1 500 i up your liver Cure I AverkPllWakeconstipation biliousness Get Sold rid I for 60 years SSffiT DYEabeantlfnlbrown Choice Milling WhenI wanted We are today paying 90cts per bushel de t livered on track Louisville for No2 Soft Red f4 Winter Wheat and aim at all times to pay the ifrtopmarletf v v COMMUNICATE WITH US BEFORE SELLING i J 4 Ballard Ballard Co i ii J v t July 26 1904 v Louisville Kyk i 9Ijr t d + i rf p V il V tJa- s 4C H t tJr t1It iti I 1 1It iN toyJi t j1njJ 1 Pht i cT Ii i1 S ti I = I l M r