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J matF4rs r I kIiIa i F a hfW r L Iyjv i ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT I VOLXXIX I CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 3 1904 8 Pages NO 3 ONE OF OLDEST RESIDENTS DEAD lifes End Comes to William WittI i TllreeAfi ter Brief Illness WAS iBAPTIST FOR 65 YEARS Willfpm Witt died Friday afternoon t15 oclock of pneumonia at hit a home in this olty Isle illness was brief extending baos only to the preceding Sunday Death came a the age of eightythree Mr Witt was a native of Clay r county West Virginia Years ngoho vcatneto Oloverport and engaged in the tailoring business which was his twloie married His first Wife WAS Miss Mary Ford ot Fordsville To this union was horn one child Mies Munie Witt of Lodlow Ky who srnvives Mr Witts second wife was Miss Alice Moorman of Hardinsburg who sur vives Of the children born to this umpn the following are living Mrs IL LBbthV and Mrs VF Woymeyer of Cincinnati Mrs SH McCracRen of this city and JasWltt of Owens Jporo Mr Witt leaves a sister Mrt 4HJza Oullby of Lonisville and a brother E R Wit of Rosetta For flintyfive years Mr Witt was n e member of the Baptist church In 18iU bennitedw1th the Baptist church of this elfHe lived ft lif true to his fAith ferid was a man lik by everybody who Know him I The fdneral Vas oDducted from the I Bdptist cbnroL SAtti day afternhoon Iiev S O ChrtstfAlgclating the internient being3ii tb city cemetery The ollou + inRQp it own relatvles I attended the funeral Mr and Mr SuBoardCincinnati Miss Manie Witt Ludlow dasghterMissRosettaSunburn and all summer inflammations are in stantly relieved by the use of Para oamph It soothes it cools it cares drawing out through the pores aUI Paraeamphealsa 25o bottle ATTACKS MAGISTRATE- Pete Nation while under the in fluence ot liquor began aonsihg Squire Jno Jennings on Elm street shoat noon Friday Nation seemed be looking tor a tight and wa angry at Squire Jennings because h e fortmisdemeanor Squire Jennings tol d Nation he would have to arrest him if he did not stop his abuse Nation then advanced on Mr Jennings wit an open knife When attacked Jennings defended himself with a can he had in his hand Nation got the cane away from Squire Jennings and began to have everything his way Sheriff Frank Payne and severalI other men attempted to overcome Na tion but he kept them away and started to leave town Sheriff Payne at first unarmed then procured a pinto1 and arrowed Nation His bond wa fixed at 100 which was given Sat urday morning No one was hurt in the lively scrimmage that preceded his arrest Nation lives several miles south of this city He had just returnedI Friday morning from Capneiton confettiemerrygo round side shows baby 4 1show etc at big Masons harbecne at Cloverport August 1- 1CrELigTORa1l j Heart thethe Kind You Have AlnvsTS Boutfn Jgnature 114 + 1or be the Parade FARMERS DICTATE TO WHEAT BUYERS Have Another Meeting At Irving ton and Refuse to Accept 92 and 95 Cents ri WILL RECEIVE BIDS AUGUST 5 Irvington Ky Aug 1 1104 agreementt agree not to take less than iflUO during July A committee was ap warhthee Nlhinecompany These bids were rejente- and a meeting called for August G when bids will be received by this cordiallyIinvites Between 2UOOO and 23000 bushels of No 2 wheat are for sale Dr P W Foote W Cain Jr and F H McGehee were appointed II com fers tilizer agents and get their best prices agentsareprices- F H McGehee Secretary SUPPER CLEARS 4850 DiEt Spring Ky Aug 2Spe clubThe ice creaw supper given by thtt Young Ladies Idle Hour Club for the benefit ot the Methodist church cleared f8 00 Mrs A A Norris returned Sunday to Louisville after a visit to Mrs R Moorman GRAND MASONIC Picnic and BarbecueTemple Uardinsburg Ky Sat August 201904L 3 Col W C PHas accepted Invitation and will address the great This is Iiopportunity a life time to hear this ceIebratedSilver Tongued Come and extend him a grand welcome and hear theoration your life GRAND MASTER D THOMAS t Will conduct the ceremonies countyhasSIX THOUSAND PEOPLE No expense nor will spared to make 0 this one the greatest most enjoyable and pleasant days year A Good Brass Band will Furnish for the Occasion the Blaurvford Will the Marshal ofewouldd BRECKINRIDGE GREAT SACHEMSr AT HARDINSBURG vi t Prominent Red Men of Entertained by Irondequoit Tribe No 38 IORM i r OTiIER ITEMS FROM TilE BURG l Hardtnsbnrg Aug = H H Denhardt Great Sachem of the State of Kentucky accom panied by Robert Page of Louisville Representative to the Great Council o tne United States anti Major Rebout of Paducah Great Senior Sag rPervatloue38 L 0 H M last Thursday even Ingdhe visiting brethren were wet by a flnminltfafcj trom the lodge and es sorted to the ball from which after the Introduction ot the tribe the members and visitors adjourned to the Hotel where an exceptional good dinner was served Afterilm1 ner speeches were made by the Grand officers and W K Barcee J H Lennon H DeH Gorman and Chintz Royalty 3f tbe local lodge Unusual interest is being taken in Redmnnship not only in the local1 lodge but in the entire United States All ofttbe beauties of fraternalism nr mhrnced in the L R M and theemnitr fentnre Ick benefit make tie order very t able to me of limited moans aw local lodg e is one of the banner viedI es of the restrvatlonthe ViSItI of the enterprising yonngffHcera has inspired an even greater interest and the future of No 38 grows brighte- each year From All On the railroads not 100 from any your nearest NET RECEIPTS 400 Hardlnsbnrg Ky Aug 2tlpec- iglJThe picnic here last Saturday was a great success Probably 2500 people were in attendance It is understood that the net receipts wer than 400 4 PROFITABLE MEETING Haidinsbnrg Aug 2Speo- ffalTne BrecKenridge County Teachers Institute last week was one of the most profitable und interesting meetings of educators in the history of tbe county A account of the meeting cannot be given as the secretarys report was mislaid THE FIRST SERVICES Hardinsburg Aug 2Speo- la1 Services will be held for the Methodistfchurch Sunday The pastor the W F Hogard occupy tne pulpit It not yet been decided when the church he dedicated FIRM DISSOLVED Hardinsburg Ky Aug 2Sve0- 1a1 The firm of Scott Shell Gusihenman Mr Shelltuan th business at the old stand He hRS been engaged iu business since hilIterm as jailer expired and by Ins fair methods energy and hustling qualities has attracted many custom ers and built up a good tradHe iis lilted by the public generally and hit business doubtless constantly increase U Foote Paracamph takes all the soreness out of corns and relieves instantly sore tired aching feetstltuulntes the circulation makes the feet nealthy and Try Masonic bnrbeouo August 11 I AMIDST p SHOWER OF LEAD 1eTwo Thieves Throw Plunder Over board As Shantyboats Are by Officers FIRE SHOTS AT ONE A About 400 worth of soldering was faotorylastEBOglesoy8 barn Judge J H Wills and Marshal O DeHaven trucked the thieved to the river bank and having reasons to believe that they had es caped down the on shantyboatq with their plunder they went to Hawesville Thursday night to look for them On the down they passed a small boatnear Rock Island At Hawesville they secured warrants trom Judge Bates and returned to ROOk Island accompanied by Sheriff Kellyecounty Marshal Mason of Hawesville Two shantyooats lashed together were tied up on the Indiana shore The officers got the owner of the farm at that point to make the boats move midstream Half of thu phrty Bannon Brown and DeHaveu gave chase in a skiff As they neared the boats two men on them threw over board a sackful of something which was suppjsed to ba the stolen plunder of the men Warren Baker escaped in a skiff although fifteen shuts LateBartleyevidence of tbe robbery could be found on the shantyboats Cincinnati was given by the men as their home L y r c t AivaAVl tJVdAW I EVENTI v III j r r Laying of Corner Stone of New by Grand Lodge Officials in the grove at depot I I t u an throng an of Orator1 of OWEN pains be of of the Music I of Grand Kentucky Ky 2Spe- mal Ky Abl Kentucky ESCAPED beautiful PRIZES TO BE GIVEN AWAY B F Beard will give away a 100 rubbertire runabout See it in their window John P Haswoll Son will give a 510 leather tree saddle to the winner of the mule race Scott Shellman will give a U pair of shoes to the winner of the 75yard foot T J Hook will give a barrel ofSnow Drift flour to the man who hauls the greatest num ber of people to the picnic on one wagon Guthrie will give a box of fine cigars in dry land crab Vio Robertson will give a 200 pound greased hog to the who first catches and holds sameJoe Tcaff will give a fine pair of 350 Peters Diamond shoes to the lady who presents the best cake Kincholoe Bros will give away a box of fine cigars to the best rifle shot Lewis Ball will give a silver cup to the prettiest baby in the baby show J IT Gardner WIll give u fine in the throwing contest 11A Daring Baloon Ascension of More Than Five Thousand Feet I ILI Hon Chas Half Rates Points and to exceed point Inquire of ticket agent more Ky held Here full Ky next Rev will has will IS will conduct well will well convincedr Boarded FIFTEEN river way and into One Co race Ed race man hat To Masonic Lodges- A BEAUTIFUL SILK BANNER will be presented to the Masonic Lodge having the greatest number of members in the Grand Parade Home Lodge excepted 1 i j r iit t1 Let Everybody Come For Particulars Inquire of Committeefi- F lJfjr d r i C- Jofd Wt di M gum antcc4ocTI rote ices ExCloverporl ellUtylfH to jdifecty a ott r 11C W pert tailors b uplo fel I3ki1 eolw jjII lrP Off I w- rI I k COM1ERCE BU JOHN ROE GORDON Copyright lore by F It Toombs a r The next watts is mine ne sac But if you tire tired I would prefer to sit in the conservatory 1 Would you glancing at him arch ly I wonder It I could guess why Could you guess why If iny man ner does not toll you why shall I permit my tongue to toll Because I lov you I loved you before Alma bu never as I do tonight I thought you hated me I thought you loved that American Got mo some wine prince Li He fetched tho wine himself dEor tho first time from my hand You never accepted anything from me beforeThen enjoy the honor she answer ed laughing I may exact more before the night is over Anything I swear lU Tonight you are welcome to my life to my honor to my allegiance to the czar Only love me He bent and kissed her She drank 9 the wine and patted his arm r Prince you are a gay cavalier One l could scarcely know you in St Peters I wornIono learns that you are a bold and wicked man Dont dare kiss me again I will the very next time I get a chanceShe exhausted at times and often touched her eyes with her gloved hand Her eyes were at times reckless ly gay at others thoughtful and in tense These moods passed quickly as if by superhuman effort When thei prince stepped away for Ices she moaned almost aloud God holp mo to keep it up God help me to succeed It is tho only wayWhen he returned she greeted him with smiles as she accepted the Ices The next Is another waltz she said I love waltzing and you aro such a splendid partner Thank you I love to waltzwith you I lovo you and everything you do Wait wait till you know me bet ter CHAPTER IX A CAPKICIOUS WOMAN 4 it too early to otter con WISgratulations colonel ask ed the governor of Tlflls of a CoIonelJiirnloff as lie watch ed Prince Dellnikoff and Alma swin past I dont know This night Is a revela tion to mo All this year I have been obeying the commands of the general my brother to keep tile girl under some restraint and a careful watch My orderly Is In love with her maid and through him I learn everything She has made no attempt to escape nor to send or receive letters rho gen himrlove with an objectionable man and that IIP sent her to me till she consent id to wed the prince Now she bios t some out as a veritable coquette or else c alie is dt MNnttcly In love with Dollnl koff How do you relll Kerr To mo ihe seems like a bird let loose from a disagreeable cagere plied the governor Certain it is that aha is the moat fascinating young wo IIMII this ballroom has over seen DeJI nlfcoff IK to be envied But the change Is so sudden How dd you ncconut for it7 Perhaps there Is really no change Young women of the advanced typo in Russia are not what our mothers were Then womoii wero oven deliberate and always the BRIIIC But now Purls has wine to St Petersburg I think your niece hUll a touch of tho Parisian spirit tonight It Is possible that the girl never hud any real opposition to Dollnikoff lIe Is rich handsome and no worse morally than any of our young priiicos Almost any young girl r1WQUld Jump at the chance to marry him I think tho girl has boon mis understood Perhaps said Jurnloff It would be a big feather In my hat If they j Should become betrothed while DolJ nlkoff is herot The generalI is a mighty power in succeedrwhere he failed he would no doubt ro ward you by promotion A garrisoned capitall would be the least he could give me with tho chev runs of a general j I True Now let us conspire in a lov- Ing attempt to make these two young i people happy You were young once I Jurnleff the same with me With the young deliberation chills enthusiasml I BringI Tonight What does your excel I honey mean Cnn you not see that the girl Is t warming toward the prince As for Dollnlkoff Ilie is intoxicated with her I beauty Why not make their betrothal the toast of the supper If that could bo done my promotions would be assured Such an event would Ii cap the mutter r Then do It Strike while the iron isI hot 1 Jurnioff spout many minutes think publictI niece and pejjnjjkoff at the governors l i- II s II Lu supper the girl would ndt nave rouse to redeem the pledge lIe saw Alma standing alone for a moment and went to her My dear niece he said in his bland est manner you are charming tonight How have you changed BO suddenly charmingLness that gives one the power to charmYou have captivated everybody from the governor down I thought you hinted the prince Did r ever tell you 80 No but your father wrote me to that effect And BO you kept me under surveil lance Inot exactly that Alma but I perhaps misunderstood you and your fathers directions If I have done anything to make you unhappy during your visit I trust you will pardon me and believe it was done with an eye single to your welfare You have been very kind I pre sume it was the manner of my behav lor that made you think I was unhap py but to tell the truth 1 was an gryAngry At something I did You and my father I got so weary of the stupid story that I was in love with that American that I continued to act as It I were There comes the prince Is he not noble Iin that splen did uniform Had my father not been so cruel well there Is no use rehearsing that iBut there is The governor is infat untcd vlth you lie has a pot scheme for the supper tonight He has watch ed you and DellnikofT lIe says you are the handsomest couple in nil Rus sin Well we are sold Alma with a toss of her hood Bhtfon Ill wager you a thousand rubles you are In love with Doll nlkoff I will not bet on so trivial a mat tor Trivial Then here is another Ill wager you 2000 rubles you dare not let the governor announce your bo trotlml to the prince at the supper My betrothal Do you want me to throw myself at a man Ho has not askedme to bo Ills wife Ho has asked your father and it is your fathers dourest wish But I am not a commodity I am agwoman likes to ho something besides the salable goods In a bazaar willnnot be for an hour As he turned to leave her he signaled to Dcllnlkoff that he wanted to speak privately with him After a dance Dcllnikoft joined Jurnlcff in time smok- Ing roomMy prlnoo said Jurnloff with effusiveness I am pleased to congrat ulate you After your promotion to i win hnpplneen also Have you gamed t your ambition You are giving me riddles What do you inennV 1 was under tile Impression that you were in love with my niece I adore hot Who could do other u IseSThe governor is much Interested in I your little affair as I am myself To tell you the truth my nleco is very en prlclous TomorroWfShe may be un wjthyouInfatuation The governor as you know likes a llttlesonsatlon of a pleas ing kind He would like the pleasure and privilege of announcing your be- trothalI at the supper With all my heart He may an nounce it a thousand times The question rests with the little lady Go ask her I wager a hundred ru- bIes you will not find her unwilling Jurnlcff turned on his heel and walked away and Dellnikoff with a rant beating heart and feverish pulse sought AlmaThis waltz she asked as NoI could not waltz I must speak with you Come to tho conservatory lIe led her to a quiet nook shaded with palms Alma he said breathlessly taking her hands I love you You know I love you I have longed for you this past year believing that you hated me and now to lied you do not I am over oyed rue governor wishes to an nonage our betrothal Will you con sent Oh my darling one let us make you make this ball the most memo on rablo ono Tlflls ever had Will you con or sent She toyed with her fan I like you prince I have boon kept nn prison for a your and now to find myself with this freedom I feel liken bird let loose I feel like making up for all tho long days I have spent Hooding over things I could not conBtrol And now the time has come I cannot resist I want a good lark- omething real scandalous You 10al wild things sometimes Q Perhaps But Is our betrothal at a governors ball not lurk enough Oh that Is tamel What ngfilondld uniform you have prince Alexis May not cull you Alexis It is so much shorter than Dellnikoff Coil fubIi1xthlnirony bye me CJ I I t 1 0 I love trout You Know I love you to have Como great ending to the night I feeloh I am halt wild I lupposc Let the governor announce our betrothal and you shall do anything have anything you wish Anything I am so stricken with your uniform that I would like to have one like it Can I not be on yours a Oh AlmalI That would be ridicu lousI know it That is why the Idea at tracts me I want to do something ridiculous something unconventional while I have this lovely hour of free dom You are always free You do not understandWhat you want to do Wear your uniform and Inspect the prisonYou Inspect prisons Why you live In ono I I know I live in the main building but I have novar yet looked Into n cell I have hoard stories of all sorts of cruelty and yet those who have been in tho dungeons say there is no cruelty I want to see for myself Well I will take you with me when I go Time colonel would not consent He forbids us to enter time prison portions of the place I want to go tonight and I want to Ue you you Alexis I want to be the inspector general of prisons for an hour He looked at her in bewilderment Hor eyes wero brilliant A flush came to her cheek and went again leaving it white Her bosom rose and fell She let it rest against the breast of the princeSuch an absurd impossibility to ask he said You would be missed No I would not Speak to the colo nel Tell him you and I aro Agoing somewhere anywhere to talk and ar range matters for the betrothal lIe will tell the governor and we can go unmolested I have set my heart on- t Alexis You say you lows me and that I can do anything I am willful and must have my way But how can you gOt my uniform Are you not a guest of the governor You have other uniforms Go put one on bring this with you and wear great cloak that cowers you We will to the prison and In my own room can put on your uniform Then you shall bo my staff officer and we will go and Inspect the prison- It would cost me my sword if it was discovered But you cannot be serious you a refined Russian girl to don the uniform of an otllccr and go masquerading In a prison I But cant you see It Is the oddity the capriciousness the very wlldness and wickedness that appeal to me Had you been caged a year you would fight a duel for the mere exhilaration Well If you must have your way you must I will go and tell Colonel Jurnleff that we arc going to seek a quiet spot to talk and that you have almost glen your consent to the an nouncement of our betrothal Tell him I have since you will do I ask And he kissed her raptur ously God help me through she murmured after Alexis had gone It is my life or his I am willing to lose mine for him iTO DZ CONTINUED lJ IN HONOR OF VISITOR Mr and Mrs Marion Weatherholt entertained a largo number of guests last Wednesday evening at their home Elm street In honor of their visit Miss Nell Leiohhardt of Uoddard Kan Puts an End to it All A grievous wail of times comes as a result of unbearable pain from overtaxed organs Dizziness Backache Liver complaint and Constipation ut thanks to Dr Kings New Life pills they put an end to it all They gentle but thorough Try them ply 25o Guaranteed by Short Haynes Drug Stor- eNEGRO GIRL DEAD Letitia tne yonng daughter ot John Board colored died last Wed ThuraVWiiyc I I orI tt t4 k- ii 4 pooh rapei white Place In feettlo the yellow peel and with it place one tablespoonful of salt and enougn xvnter to cover Boll ten minutes and pour oIL lInt over fresh water boll up and turn olE again Continue changing the water until the peel hat boiled tender To drain off and put over fresh water three or four times is usually sufficient Remove tender peel and chop very tine With one cup of sugar and onehalf cup of water to each cup of orange peel boll the chopped peel stirring constantly un til mixture has boiled nearly dry then put on plates and set in warm oven to dry on It need not be per fectly dry when placed in jars The preserves give a fine flavor to puddings cakes cereals and rnlncmeats ARREST IT50 REWARD A bottle of Eczlne will be sent free 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 ter Barber Itch Ringworm Boils Blood Poison Fevei Sores or any other Germ disease or sores of any name or nat reI50 reward will be paid for any caseI of Eczema that is not promptly curedI with Eczine Eczine will heal nnyI sore or cure the worst skin and make it look like velvet Heretofore there has Ibeen no specific discovered that would cure Eczema and kindred dis eases until Eczine was discovered RndI now thousands are cured daily Never mindwhat you have tried forget theI failures made by other remedies amiI send for free sample of Eczine which always gives relief and permanent cure Write today to BOYD CHEMICAL CO 731 RandMcNally Bldg Chicago 111 The publisher of this paper knows of the reliability of Eczine and of tbeI Bovd Chemical Co THIS FROM TRISLER- To DpToDate Farming In response to the official call Trisler local met July 10 to consider the plan of the speculators to rob the farmers by a wholesale reduction ofI price and after due consideration we pledged ourselves to stand by any price the National Union may consider equitable notwithstanding the fact that tobacco is the only crop we raise for the market yet we favor fair prices for all tillers of the soil I beseech each and every farmer to- wage up and all stand together and it wont be lout until the gamblers and speculators will be sitting on theII Stygian shores reading their diabolical I acts by the red glares of hl1 Wfll I Pierce Sec I Ohio Co Ky j I The Death Penalty A little thing sometimes results in death Thus a mere scratch insigni ficant cnts or puny bolls have paid the death penalty It is wise to have lincklens Arnica Salve ever handy Its the best Salve on earth and will prevent fatality when Burns Sores Ulcers and Piles threaten Only rue at Short Haynes Drug Store GIVE RECEPTION Mr and Mrs James S Younger gave a reception at their home to 4 Houston street last Thursday night in honor of their guests Miss Grace Dugan of Louisville and Miss Ruth Younger of Hawe ville Miss Ethel yterett of Hawesnlle was one of the outoftbwn Inests at the recetlon I The American Farmer the Best iqthe World The American farmer is the greatest man in the world today because his master ofbthe soilhe is gaining in intelligence quite as rapidly as his products are increasing In capitalinenormous yet such figures sink into insiglnificance when compared to the money l brain and brawn invested in agricultural Industries For instance the farmers of Minnesota and Dakota have received 300 yearTheforth for him from his Experience in the past He knows if certain seeds are planted and properly cared for that Nature will take care of the rest In the same i destinyProvidingonly needs a little effort on your own part to keep healthy and strongrid your body of the poisons that are apt to accumulate and your system is ready to ward off the attackof the germs of disease Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery makes rich red a bloodby increasing the number of red blood corpuscles There js no alcohol in this great tonic to shrivel up the red blood corpuscles As an alterative extract made only of herbs and roota it goes about its work in natures way It stimulates the liver into proper action and feeds the wornout nerves stomachand heart on a pure blood Used for over a third of a century it has sold more largely than any other blood medicine in the United States More bottles of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery are sold today than everbefore that is a true test of its medicinal value after thirtyeight years of deserved popularity- Dr Pierces Medical Adviser sent on onlySendncoverstear Address Dr HV Pierce BuflaloNY iAZ fi Yk-I p t 21 J fftIIhii i IlAll- F r i f tJRIFLE AND PISTC- MLCARTRIDGES4 R cc Its the shots that hit that count Winchesjter Rifle and Pistol Cartridges hit that is + t i shoot accurately and strike a good hard pen f 1 etrating blow They are loaded with great care and precision and made in calibers suitable tor all kinds of game from rabbits to grizzly bears If you want reliable ammunition f buy the timetried Winchester make R lIIl FOR SALE DY ALL DEALERS 1 t II t f A VEGETABLE SICILI k Ltv NjjHa rRenewsRenews the hair makes it new again restores the freshness Just alwaysrestoresLoncllneig What is loneliness You may find It anywhere perhaps most forcefully when you are among thousands of oth er people There may come a feeling of being apart of a solitary state while you walk about and Jostle a teeming population You may bo gen uinely lonely among people whom you know quite well and it Is not to be supposed that this means any lack of feeling on the part of any one for there come times when the thoughts cf one cannot place themselves in harmony with those of others The lowest creature as well as the highest In all the world may feel himself out of gear with others and especially is this true of the average everyday sort of people who often experience a sort of aching void of companionship It hap pens Just occasionally that way It is onlyI an affected person who always complains that nobody under stands him This man or woman may Join with the great majority in so far that some of his actions are miscon strued Who is there that hits not had that experience with all its bitterness But as a matter of fact it is compara tively seldom that we are not pretty well understood by our close associ ates Charlotte K C Observer The Original LuiiBtinKC According to the Bible one language was spoken by all races until the con fusion of tongues Following Biblical tradition this language must have been Hebrew assumed also to have been the language of Adam and Eve An other theory had it that Hebrew Am bic and Chaldce were dialects of tho original tongue The Persians claim that there were three primitive lan ganges Arabic the tongue used by Satan In addressing Eve Persian tho language spoken by Adam and Eve and Turkish the speech used by the archangel when he drove them out of paradise This would leave Persian as the tongue of primitive humanity In olden days many ingenuous attempts were made to settle the question by excluding children from all human In tercourse and observing the result in the means of communication growing up between them Science has no an swer to give Now York Mall The Cntn CleiuillncHM The most fastidious mammals in mrf ers of the toilet arc td be found among the members of the cat family ns all must have noticed in domestic tabbies The rough tongue makes an excellent brush while the sharp claws are on occasion employed by wiry of combs all these Invaluable aids to eleanllness and smartness possessing the further advantage of always being at hand when required- A healthy cat Is not only clean but finical not to say vain about her or his personal appearance and moral degeneration in pussy is accompanied by neglect of personal grooming That the dog Is as dirty as a boy must rev luctantly bo confessed He was the first animal to be domesticated and long association with man has perhaps had to do with his carelessness in the matter Crown of nn Irish King One of the most highly prized relics in the British museum that great storehouse of wonders and curiosities oth natural and artificial is the crown formerly used by the Irish kings in the coronation exercises which made them monarchs of tho Emerald Isle Strictly speaking there were two of these Irish crowns the one in question being that used by the MacMurrougs a fam ily who were anciently kings of Loin ster This regal relic all that remains of the old Irish monarchy is a plain gold band rising to a kind of peak or point in front It dates back to tho middle of the tenth century An Exquisite Bible The most beautiful volume in the Congressional library at Washington Is Bible which was translated on parchment byn monk in the sixteenth Century The general lettering is in the German text each letter is perfect and there Is not a scratch or blot from ltd tto lid Each chapter begins with large illuminated letter in which Is drawn the figure of a saint some inci dent In whose life the chapter tells The book Is in a perfect state of preservation MEETS AUGUST 31 The Breckenridge Association of- aptists will meet at Uoshen Baptist church near Glendeane August 81 t 1 w T Coal wA PricestReduced 100 bu 950ii i 2S bu 250 I20 bu 200 9 bu 100 11 We handle the Auburn Ash Coat tvhlch is the best coal ever isIi Kit tobe clear of slack or sulphur 1 Will fill coal houses on monthy ji II paymentsGregory CO I V i tJs i JOHN BRICK S CONTRACTORt CULLEY I X r II- t J M Louisville Ky- CloverportPlaningMi1l X J GREGORY CO Prop LUMBERDOORS DOORSSASH BLINDS DOOR AND WINDOW SCREENS SHINGLESLATHS LATHSLIME 14CEMENT a J L MOORMAI t DENTISTOff- iceover Oelzea Hardware Store Prompt attention to all kinds of Dent Work Special attention to FINE GOLD FILLINGS AND CROWN and BRIDGE WORK Prices Moderate Satisfaction Guaranltri H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDlNS8URO KY theCourtslies Special attention given to collecting road cases and License toJlpractice in United StateshIardinsbue Office over Bank OourtsJa t n Hopsitfxlity W f At Small Expense ft t EntertaInmentthat Is pleasure to ill l your Itucstsdocs not depend on toe i ownknowledge i tend hospitality Christine Terhune i Posti1J E J CLODE Publisher 15B5th Aye NT Sour StomachNo i ness headache constipation bad br tth general debility sour risings and catarrh st- thestomach are aU due to Indigestion K0441l cures Indigestion This new discovery theyexistI the greatest known tonic and reconstructivel properties Kodol Dyspepsa Cure does ml thtlfamouaa4strengthening the stomach 1 I cItKodol I I by C O owlrrRhilt OHIO W11841 1 Sold by aUD ItJtlsllIt 1 f J i 4 0 J 5 1 The Breckenridge News ==cc WEDNESDAY AUgust a 1004 TO BANISH FRECKLES I For freckles buttermilk la ono of the best old fas11ioDed remedies so IB lemon juice but this IP Inclined to have n tightening effect upon the skin 1 A good frecklo lotion is made from It the following Sixty grains of borax i i 240 gr lnsJf potassium chlorate one dram of two drams of glycer ine rose water enough to maKe three ounces Dissolve as much as possible ofthe two salts and niter Apply Rev oral Times day with n little soft r sponge This will remove light sum It Iti21err freckles but for the alltheyenr r round Kind a decided bleach is necess ary The stronger lotions cannot be manufactured at home You can buy a good proprietary article thai will remove f discolorations without flaying alivep bleaches In the long run c are the vegetable bleaches And one of i the best of these Is the encumber bleach made by extracting the clear pure juice from two ripe encumbers To this add a teaspoonful of borax apply to the skin clear as n lotion and let it remain on Wash off with soap and water Be sure to rinse off nil the soap And do not go out for at least an hour after using This is extremely nice for any skin that is freckled or yellow or discolored blotched or pimpled or rough IAvoid all drying Inhalants and use that which cleanses and heals the membrane Elys Cream Balm is such a remedy and cures Catarrh easily and pleasantly Cold In the head vanishes qniOkly Price flO cents at druggists or by mail Catarrh anuses difficulty in speaking and to a great extent loss of hearing By the ue of Elys Cream Balm dropping of the mucus has ceased voice and hear ing have greatly improved J W Davidson AUfat Law Monmouth Ill MILLS SHUT DOWN Cahnelton Ind July 28The Indiana cotton mills in this city which have been running only there days In the weea shut down entirely yesterday afternoon and the local managers say the tune of resuming operation is indefinite The shutdown throws about 350 people out of employment mostly women I and girls The cause given tor the sus pension is the low price of the finish ed product and the high price of raw cotton The mill has on hand about 1200 bales of sheeting which they desire to dispose of before beginning work again For sometime they have SISeftchv figures POPULAR percent subscription plainly been borrowing money with their hands mill if the are if not way take several to sell their sheeting HIGH lack of knohvetlge throughout country of is euphemisticnll- called high and the method- pursued by its leader stock manipu lation is source of misery who hazard hard etrne money in speculation this reason Mr Henry Clewss article on Speculation in the August of highly educational character and great has done the country service in in so simple the causes results of th e of speculation among tit American people Good Dont let Mosquitoes at Apply Fnracamph to your before It prevent the mosquitoes biting jouIf happen to bite yo it will pain preven swelling RisersLittlefamous littlo pills I OUR GREAT PROFIT SHARING CONTEST i IN 8 of subscriber to Tho has a chance to share In these cash The subject matter of be IntorMt ng Contest in which those large prizes will be 1s the Total Popular Vote to be cast for the office of Irenlclont of4he States on the 8th day of November 190J Every man woman and child In ihe United Steles should be Interested In the greatest election the country bus over hud It costs you nothing to win H price s I OF THIS t subscriber who remits 1 tiio regular price for to The Views will be en titled to one and receive fronrus These certificate will to him any prizes which tits guesses will en title him to claim When you send us your also send us your Rues oreetlmatoof the total vote to be cut on November 8th for the office of President In your guess commit tho below showing the total vote for resident from Lin I to McKinley Write your name address and estimate of time vote In the lilank The paper will be sent to you regularly and we will mall to you certificates containing the figures of the guesses which you send to us This certificate will par antee to you any prize which guess entitle you to Keep the certificate the are awarded BO you Gall com paro your figures with the ofllclal ures at jhme close of the contest The contert will close at midnight Novenfber 7 1001 and HO estimate received after that will be allowed The figures of the government showing the total vow cast for toile office I of President determine who are entitled to the prizes and the awards will made by a disinterested committee of prominent Judgo Just ns soon as the oOlolul figures can be ascertained When the prizes are awarded every who holds certificate in the contest will printed list of the winners in addition to the large general prizes there are Right Special Prizes ot 500 each for early All have an equal chance to win these magnificent Those who or guess chance to win a special and Just as good chance to win the Capital Prize 1000000 us the ono who sends in his guess on the last day of the contest ACT AJ ONCE mean fortune to you The money with which to pay the prltaa has been deposited by time Press Publishing Association In tho Central Savings Hank lIcit and can be used for no other pur pose Tn case of n tie for any Individual prize such prize will bo equally divided between the contestants in this contest is not confined to our us the contest is bring in a of other the subscribers to all of which have an to share in the distribution of the prizes For the nearest correct estimate or guess 10 00000 For second nearest correct or guess 500000 For tho third nearest correct estimate or guess 100000 For tho fourth nearest correct estimate or guess 50000 For tho fifth nearest estimate or guess 20000 For tho sixth nearest correct estimate or guess 10000 For tho 10 next nearest correct estimates or guossos S50 each i 60000 For tho SO next nearest correct estimates or guossos i S3 oachw MJOOO For the 43 next nearest correct estimates or guosses M 03000 For the 100 next nearest correct estimates or guesses 810 each 100000 For tho Sllnoxt nearest correct estimates or guesses 55 each 15TOOO 493 prizes amounting to 2100000g a To aid in forming yonr estimates we furnish the following Y Time TOTAL VOTE for President In the year t 1604 m f 1B68 of 4223 per cent Jb72 of 1204 per cent J676 of 3010 per cent 16SO was Increase of 047 i 1884 was 10014985 Increase of 907 per cent 1 Llggg Increase 1330 per cent- S 8JS was J2J of 51HJ per cent 1896 Of 1545 per cent 1000 was 28 percent I9O4 WhAt writ It II and send In your yout figures and PO ran to take advantage of the LSPECIAL which pay The may resume in two week sales good it weeks out The the what finance in the chief to those their Per Wall Streets Wild 10001004 is a the real financier n manner and recent fever Sleep keep you awake night face and hands retiring will they should trelieve the and Tho 25000 5O0 PRIZES is for You 1stPrize 10000 2nd Prize 3rd Prize 1000 Special Prizes 500 Each for Early Subscriptions Every Breckenrldgo News prizes paid United CONDITIONS GREAT CONTEST Every subscription a years subscription lireckenrldffe guess will iwurtlficnto liuure subscription making figures coln Subscription your until prizes that fl hour otllclul will be subscriber a receive subscrIptions prizes estimate NOW have a prize a Itmay a Detroit 1Participation readers advertised number publications equal opportunity a Here is of Prizes tho estlmato correct I Valuable Information WI15M40 wM5 12J6S6lncrlaso wM6G6t65lncreaso 9200400 Wlsl1iM860 of 51Increaso 15039053Increaseofbe- bigurottoutorguessatlt jlff1Jon PRIZES to FINANCE Cosmopolitan explaining CASH This 5000 of The List wns8I2133Jncreaso wnsISre3lCChtncrease In addition to the foregoing prizes the following SPECIAL PRIZES FOR EARLY ESTIMATES will be paid For July1st 50000 For the nearest correct guess received on or after 60000ForJuly15th50000For60000For50000For50000For50000ForaftorOctober 5000C Total 500 prizes amounting to 25 00000 Subscription Blank Inclosed finds to apply on subscription account Name Postofflco State My Estimates of tho total vote tojbe cast on November 8 1904 for tho office of President are f k oo m 7 j Rmeasb r that the CAPITAL PRIZE Is 10000 sad that there are EIOHT SPECIAL PRIZES N 500W- each for EARLY ESTIMATES SEND ALL ORDERS TO THE jTRECKENRID6Ec QNE S tt- IIIpp lZ J- Irir W TO TREAT HYSTERIA Hysteria is n disorder ot the nervous system It occurs chief in girls between 11 and 25 years of age be cause at that period the constitution la often in a somewhat unsettled condition phyY instancesstraced to digestive trouoles Causes referable to the mode of life in which girls are brought up and to lhelr general habits aid materially in its production such as want of useful employment indolent and luxurious habits overpettmg and spoiling sub jection to the petty worries of fashion partiesn odoursenever comes on luring sleep There is first sighing sobbing laughing and moaning If the patient IB sympathized with foolishly and fussed over she will then go on taking and gesticulating wildly struggling violently and throw herself feeltthroat to suffocate hArShe may appear to lose Consciousness but if you touch her eyes balls she will open her eyes quickly enough She will never fall so as to injure herself as people do in epileptic fltsIDo not fuss Let every one except t one sensible person leave the room This person snorild kindly but firmly t speek to the undent and avdise her to control herself tine should if neces sary sprinkle cold water over her face anti hold strung smelling suits to her nose The threat of fetching a jug of colt water to throw over her has been known to effect n cure It should never be more than a threat Eye ten an I girls often need ood liver oil and iron nourishing food A Sweet Breath is a never failing sign of a healthy sloraaoh When the breath is bad the stomach is out 01 order There is no remedy in the world equal to Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for curing in digestion dyspepsia and all stomach disorders Mrs Mary S Chick of i White Plains Ky writes 1 have i been a dyspeptic for years tried aUii Kinds of remedies but continued to grow worse By the use of Kodol I be ganto improve at once and after takeII Ina a few bottles urn tally restored in i weight health and strength and can i eat whatever I like Kodol digests i what you eat and makes the stomach sweet 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Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year or 1125 if paid at the end of year CARDS OP THANKS OTBr Jive lines charged or at the rate of 10 cent per line OBITUARIES charged for at the rato of S Copts pot line Money In advance ExamInn the label on your paper n It fe not correct please notify UI ordering a change In the addWhen ubscrlbers 81loud give tlteirold as wen as khe now address EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY AUGUST 8 10- 01ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR COUNTY JUDGE nutborlwd to announce Henry YR Are Dellaven Moorman as a candidate tor pct tothedacibnlof theDettcparty Rough Ruler suits are the latest in Nebraska and Colorado Georgia is having the peach time other life The crop was never RO good A man caut afford topraise his wifes cake with wheat at a dollar a bushel ExSheiiff Henry Livers of Meade county has just married a wife thlrtyfiva years younger than him self One of Cloverports charming 400 says she wouldnt marry a man for his riches but she mIght refuse if he wasnt rich mwingThere is no summer roaort than Cloverport The breezes wafted from the Southland are just as cool and refreshing as the lake breezes The oldfashioned seapple the apple of our eye and youth is a thing of the post They used to ripen about this time of the year were a fine cooking and eating apple The attendant at the Worlds Fair last week was 561742 It was the banner week since the opening Total for the month 2848557 total attend ance since opening 5057577 Senator Pylsrllocaire can didate for vice president has the j chance of his life to die poor Tom Taggart ahd Uroy WoOdaOu can ren der valuable assistance to the old manThe New York Herald which is a Parker paper has made a canvas of Wan street regarding preferences for President and found 8U2 members for Rooievelt 12tt for Parker and 5 unde cided The apple crop iadscounty is reported Pe a full half crop Ex Mayor Barry has canvassed the county pretty thoroughly and this is his es timate of the crop Other apple men and farmers in that section make the same report Nebraskas crop placed at 85000000 bushels Oklahoma and Indian Territory placed al 17000000 to 18000000 bushels against 27 500 001 bushels in 1008 Kansas crop 05 000000 bushels J J Hill the great railroad king says the crop of tho entire country will oe 100000000 less than In 1003 Mr Parker rutforrdJ Bryan in 1800 and 1000 although he believed in the gold standard Hu strong partis an proclivities led lam to do this Now the question that s troubling us is is a man who votes contrary to his convictions on the most vital ques tion in national affairs to be regarded us a safe man for President We print Mr Roosevelts speech accepting the nomination on another page of this paper It is a fine speech Solid conservative and a plain statement of facts It is free from abuse gives his own views of his own political duties and responsibilities and rings out with the truA American spirit We advise all voters whether Democrats or Republicans to rend it Yon may say what you please about Marse Henry Wattersons democracy but he is a Democrat after our own heart He stood for his convictions when Itcost him something to do it when it not only tried mens souls but their pocketbooks If Mr Walter son had stood and voted in7 1800 as CatarrhIs a constitutional disease It originates In a scrofulous condition ot the blood and depends on that condition- It often causes headache and dizziness impairs tho taste smell and hearing af fects tho vocal organs disturbs tho stomach- It Is always radically and permanently cured by the blood purlfying alterative and tonlo action of Hoods Sarsaparilla J1oMJtu ITHIS REMEDY IB euro to GIV- ESatisfaction Elys Cream Balm G Relief at Once It cleanses soothes and heals the dis eased membrane It cured Catarrh sad drtves awav a Coal III In the Mead quickly It Is iibsorlivd Heals and Protects tin Membrane Restores the SeufesKf Taste and Smell Full size We at drugrIsreor by mall Trial Size lOc by mall ELYlWOTnEIlS M Wurreu St New York Rags Wanted Two cents per pound paid in cash for largo clean rages suitable for cleaning machin- oyBreckenridge Newstease did Mr Parker there is no telling what would have happened to the country Hes a better Democrat to day than Parker The Honorable Thomas Tagtjart the chairman of the Democratic National Committee like other distinguished politicians begun life in a very hum Die sphere his Advancement having been due to the talent native to him anti the qualities of energy and courage He is said to be tin excellent political manager and his fight for ParKer and Davis will be vigorous all along the line Democrats are very hopeful that ho will oe able to swing Indiana back inlo the Democratic column Uncle Joe Cannon was asked what he thought of Tom Taggart as chairman He said Tom Taggart is a good fellow per eon all and is a great politician But there are other good politicians on the Republican side out in Indiana I am sure there are quite six of them and Tom is not more than a half doz en himself When it comes to talking about great politicians in Indiana there are other pebbled on the beach besides Tom and they are not all on goingtois going to be a lively campaign but Tom Taggarts election will maKe no difference in the Republican pros n cts in that State Our young friend Hunter Harda wayof Harllon Mont rn renewing his subscription to the News say Weather warm 100 in the shade dry Haying is progressing rapidly All that is for sale has been disposed of at 0 a ton in stacK The sheep won should be happy on account of their wool soles 15 12 to 25 cents per pound He says he wishs he coild buy as per the grocery price list in the News Twentyfive cents will not buy a dozen eggs spring chickens are worth ilfty cents water melons sell a five cents a pound Kindest wishes to the News and tell Golden Rod to write often We are sure Golden Rod will comply with this request of Hunters He is one our home boys and like all good boys in the far west takes his home paper to get the home news Lfrey Woodson has outdistanced all the politicians in Kentucky We are told that he was the whole thing at St Louis and had more influence than the entire machine downing Gov Beokham and Mayor Grainger on every turn Ureys hair is not in the way when it comes to playing politics He was Bryans right hand man in both of his campaigns now he is just as close to ParKer It is said that Urey will make his headquarters in New York during the campaign and draw 5000 for his services as secre tary And as Bryan says 1111 Par ker should happen to be elected he will get a place in his cabinet Twenty years ago Urey ran a country weekly down at Greenville Ky later on came to Owenbsoro got in with Tip Brandsford on the Messenger and has been climbing ever since He is a successful newspaper man as well as a politician and it all came from his courage energy and hard work Our old friend Sidney J Brack from away down in Texas in renewing his subscription to the News says Why aont yon get back into the Democratic ranKs where you belong You wont feel so lonesome after November Parker is all right and the platform Is all right The shades of the departed hosts will haunt and goblins will get you If you dont waton out Bless your soul sonny we have never been off the Democratic platform It is yon fellows that have been off straying away after strange gods but you are getting back The hosts of the money power have taken you body and soul We hope yon will enjoy them trouble with you fellows one foot on the TtiY the otkef the Xh go ahead and vote the Democratic ticket and be happy To tie it in the same dear old letter from home writes Mrs W L Huckeby of Cleveland Fla who has been a reader of the News for more than n quarter of a century Such kind words make us feel good and the goblins of politics and the shades of departed hosts haunt us no longer Tlie good women ot this great country of ours help us over many rough places And this from another good woman which brings to mind pleasant school day memories of the long ago Mr J D Babbage Cloverport Ky Dear JohQI enclose you fifty tents for an extension of my subscription to the News I had thought there would be no interest in the reading of the Breckenridgt New8 as I had Deen away from dear old Cloverport for so many years but I find many items of interest yet Wishing you great success 1 am ever your old friend Mollie U Feland Stanford Ky July 80 1004 Harry Sommers strikes the Keynote of the situation in the fcllowing The rejection by McClureu Magazine of Mr McQuowns article in defense of the Commonwealth In the Caleb Powers case has reopened the discussion of the assassination of Goebel Tim matter has already beeq discussed by the newspapers We dont believe in trying cases except in the courthouses and news papers do wrong when they undertake to form public opinion either for or against a man who is tried for his life The press is suuh a power ful agency in this country that it can hang an innocent man or acquit a guilty one by molding public opinion Today in Ken noky the people think Caleb Powers innocent or guilty ac cording to which paper they read and not according to the evidepce at the trial With such a power over public thought we deplore the general policy of the press to try every Important case in advance ot the jury and in this way Influence if not fix in ad vance the flailing The Kansas Cjty Times has the following to say about wheat The milling and shipping demand for the new winter wheat was large enougn again yesterday to demon I strate that for the present at least It their is no need of foreign demand to take care of the offering no snr plns available for export now Whatever may be the later develope meats The persistent strength of the cash market with carlots selling tit liberal premiums above the futures is pressing speculators with the Idea that they have been too hasty in assuming that some export business would be necessary to sustain prices as soon as the new crop movement should get under way In two daya about700 cars of wheat have been received here and urgent present necessities have been sufficient to take it all No one is buying wheat except for immediate ne jds This fact maRefl the strength of the cash market all the more significant and the active demand for new wheat is producing a radical change in specu lative sentiment It is increasing the confidence in high prices for wheat throughout the year with possibilities of a sensational advance should adverse conditions develop in the Northwest or if the foreigners should finally become even moderate buyers of American wheat There is nothing wrong in farmers organizing It is a step for their own good and protection All other classes of business men organize and have their stated meetings have their officers and transact business in their own interests The farmers are the bone and sinew ot this great country on their prosperity depends the prosperity of the whole nation This is a fact recognized by all It is said that there is no use for farmers to organize that they wont stick to gether This is partially true but it is pot more so than in other callings The trouble has been with the farmer that he has never realized the im portance or caught on to the idea of an organized force of action or how important it is to all pull together for the accomplishment ot one certain end We are glad to say that they are now getting their eyes open and finding out their strength and learning something trom past experiences Their work in this county has stim ulated them greatly and has been of much benefit The action of the farm ers at Irvington is a point in view and shows conclusively what can be done when they gAt their heads and hearts together and stand firm The News is the farmers friend always has been Is now and ever shall be It Is not a fad or a new departure with ns Our sympathies go out to the farmer we have mixed up with him enough in the past twenty years to Know some of his trials and tribu lations We dont know that we can be of any assistance to him or t- hatjjjjjjtjjjjcjjj He may not succeed at first the powers may down him for n time but if he is faithful to himself and to his own it is only a matter of time until he gets there It is to be hope tintqWoodson will sena good big slice of his cam palgnXrnnd over to the newspaper boys in Kentucky and not pile the whole thing on to his Messenger Uncle Henry Davis rill not marry not until he serves out his time as VicePresident at least Says he hasnt money enough Wants to serve out his time then time up some big business enterprise to earn money enough to marry on Dinnerneversuch dinner as way served at the Irvington bar becue Tho best meats cakei pies pickles and salads and all in abund ance Old faehioned home cooKing Pies in stacks plain crossedbarred cheesed and kivered Pound fruit and jelly oake It was a dinner fit for Roopevelt and Parker The New York Sun says The difference between the candidates is that Theodore Roosevelt has the courage to ao what he knows to be evil whereas Alton B Parker is alas only too likely to be afraid to do what he knows to be right This is a terrible criticism by a great newspaper on two great men aspiring for the greatest office in the gift ot the people What is the com mon ordinary man to do The man with a conscience love of country void of prejudice and seeking to vote for the man that will give thA conn try the best service Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury HB mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when entering through the mucus surfaces Soon art icles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable physi cians as the damage they will do Is tenfold to the good you can possibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney JB Co Toledo 0 contains no mercury and is taken internally acting directly up on the blood and mucus surfaces of the system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be auto you get the genuine It Is taken internally and made in Toledo Ohio by F J Cheney tlv Co Testi menials free Sold by DruggistsPrice 75c per bottle Take Halls Famllv Pills for con stipation PICKED PThe Hon D n Moorman is not talking politics He says he is too busy taking care of his crop which is the best he has had in years Fine prospect for tobacco in our neighborhood Corn never looked better Just finished prizing up my purchase of 400000 pounds of tobacco for Ameri can Tobacco Co It was as fine a lot of tobacco as ever wont out of our section too C Vic Robertson was in Louisville last week on a business trip Via says his livery business is showing up fine this month It amounts to over 700 in cash and July is considered a dull month too He says people will drive when you furnish them good horses and fine turnouts with rnboer tiresWe hear it whispered around that Dick Owen is being strongly urged by his friends in Hancock to make the race for the State Senate We see no reason why Dick shouldnt have a walkover for the nomination if he wants it His friends in old Brecken ridge would stand by him to the man and with Hancock he would give the Red Fox the race of his life Cliff Haddock WAS up attending the barbecue at Irvington Saturday wearing a big Panama hat a gift from his son over at Manila When nsked about things down at Clifton he said with a broad smile that the old town was on a boom That thev lead two stores blacksmith shop the old mill doing a good business a good crop of corn and tobacco and plenty of money in the hands of all the farmers We have bought and prized at our place 150000 pounds of tobacco something we havent done in years Uncle Nick Helt Is 77 years old stout and vigorous and can do as much vnttf now he says as some of these youngsters Says he asnt taken a nose of medicine in 40 years and to this he lays his good health and long years Bert Cunningham from Chenanlt wasat the barbecue taking in all the good things as usual He says he expects to take a tripto Europe this year if he sells his apples at 160 a barrel Ive got the finest crop I ever had 2000 barrels or more IIIn1800 he sold apples at 40 and GO cents a barrel and 10 cents for stillhouse apples No such prices In these good old Republican times Roosevelts sure to be elected and Ill bet mv apple crop on it if you can find me atkII i 1 K 1 r tt I j j d Be voted for McKinley ia both of hill races but I cant go Roosevelt No such a man as McKinley and Im afraid of him and 1 am a Democrat now that toe party has got bacK In to line and on to first principles Im with them The Hon Gus Richardson was at Irvlrigton Saturday delivering his wheat He had a pocket full of money and was feeling good all over He said I was 1B000 In debt a few years ago and now I dont owe any man h cent I cant pay Yes Im a can didate for the Senate Did you over meet me that I wasnt a candidate I enjoy the sport and Ill make it hot for the man that tackles me Im for Parker and the gold standard I stand for anything that my party stands for Im a Democrat ani Ill bet any amount that a man wants that Parker carries Now York Gus looked fine In his Prince Albert coat and clean shaven face And he was in fine shape tor kissing all the babies on the grounds O A J3 T O3tI dBeare the You Hare Always Bougt Clgnature of t2EKRON Masonic barbecue August 11 Clyde Shumate spent Sunday in West Point Third annual Masons barbecue Cloverport August 11 Jim Richardson and family are visiting his sister Mts Blant Shack lettThe Misses Grey of Louisville are visiting their aunt Mrs Mace SimpsonProctor Dowell and Miss Maude Payne attended the Garret picnic last Saturday Cheap rates on Henderson Route to big Masons barbecue at Cloverport August 11 Ben Carrico and wife attended church here Sundayf and dined with Mrs W M Frymire Mr Bryant and wife of Weldon were the guests of Mr and Mrs Graham Jolly Sunday Miss Myrtle Norton and Miss Rose Oraycroft were visiting in Branden burg a part of lust week Miss Mabel Rhodes of Garrett is spending this week with her grand mother Mrs Way Miller V M Frymire and wife attended the entertainment in the Baptist church at Brandenbnrg last Tuesday night Mrs Alf Palmer returned to her home in Louisville Sunday She was accompanied by her mother Mrs Ed Guedry Mrs Adelia Craycroft is expecting her daughters Mrs Jones and Mrs MoGheeof Kansas to visit her in the near future Mrs Tom Payne and daughter Ilee were the guests of Mr and Mrs Walter Hunter last Thursday and Friday The public school opened here Mon day with a full attendance The teachers are Frank Kennedy and Miss Nellie Childs Fine music field sports confetti merrygoround side shows baby show etcat big Masons barbecue at Cloverport August 11 QUARTERLY REPORT- OF TILE TWO STATES BANK- At the close of business on the 30th day of June 1004- RESOURCES Loans and Discounts SO 27763 Qvrdrufts secured Overdrafts unsecured nuofrom lutlonalbalksf6 50341 Duo from State Hanks and Bankers m 200000 850341 Duo from Trust Companies Banking House and Lot Other Pniil Estate Mortgages US Bonds Other Stocks and Bonds 104250 29CurnncyJlEXlhanl1oj IfogFurniture and Fixtures 155112 Fund to pay Taxes Current Expenses last iQuarter Current Expenses last 6 Months 45460 45Hj6 5220373 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid Inln cash 11500000 Surplus Fund 16940 UndivIded Profits 111001 Duo Depositors ns follows vizi 1 Deposits subject to check on which Int Is not paid 525 15163 Deposits subject to clio k ton which Interest is paid 1083340 Demand certificates of Ue posit ion which Interest Is patdlaTlino certificatesi of de posits on which Int Svipg Deposits on which Interest Is paid Certified Checks 3508123 Duo National Flanks I Duo State Hanks and Hankers Duo Trust Companies standing Cashiers Checks Outaa Bills rediscounted Unpaid Dividends t unpaidCapitol j 4 V SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of Indebtedness otIany stockholder person company or linn Including In tho liability of tho company or Urm tho liability of thereatdirectlydebtedness exceeds 20 per cent of capital stock actually paid In arid actual amount of surplus of tune bank None- llowisltdebtednossstatdhnabove Item 1 secured Seo Section 583 Kentucky Statutes IlIghest amount of Indebtedness of any director or officer If amount of such Indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paid up capital stock of NoneSeohow Is same secured Doos amount of Indebtedness of company or firm Including In the liability of tho company or firm the llahlllty ot the In- dlJilulII members thereof exceed 30 per cent of paidup capital and flctual surplus No If so state amount of such Indebt edness Amount of lust dividend Wore nil expenses losses Interest and taxes deducted tliorofrom be fore declaring dividend and was not less than 10 per cent of net profits of the bank for tho period covered by the dividend carried to Uio urplusfund before said divi dend was declared See Section 5 90 Kentucky Statutes 1STATE1 I Irreekonrldgefs5f StateRankthe town of Stophensport In said county helm duly sworn says the foregoing report Is In all respects a true statement of the condition of the said Bank at tho close of business on the 30th day of June 1901 to the best of his knowledge and toilet and further says that the business of said hank has been transacted at the location named and not elsewhere and that the above report Is made In compliance with au omclnl notlco received from tho Secretary of State designating the 30th day of Juno 1904 os the lay on wichsuch report shall be made JOAN S ADJR Cashier JohnSWM F HOOK Clerk By L B HELM D Q R A SIIELTMAV DirectorsTI r PjSO CUREFOR I CURES WHERE All ELSE FAILS Best Cough Syrup Tastes Good Use la time Sold by druggists CONSUMPTION TEAktiitAStAliAitA +tAS1AStA751AAAAaAi1Cl7RAAZfAAl1AAA71AAAAAAA AAASIAit i WHAT TOM TAGGART SAYS I i iIam entering this fightTwith a full realization of its dif ficulties and its responsibilitiesaI have studied the situation carefully and I am cant Jr winced that we can elect Judge Parker 1 expect and know t I shall receive the support of nIl the members of the Nation l- al Committee and of II united and harmonious Democracy fI shall begin work immediately The headquarters will I x be in New York There will be branch headquarters inrChicago but just how extensive those will be has not yet been determined Under the resolution offered by Senator iBailey and adopted by the committee I am empowered to appoint such other committees aside from the Finance and Executive Committees as I deem proper I shall i r probably divide the fighting ground in the West into two 011three or several parcels and appoint a committee for r division This will givotbat committee a definite job eachIx work and I look for results I It will bo several days before I appoint the Committee I shall consult with the candidates and with all r the leaders with a view to getting the strongest possible men x to servo and shall expect the committees to do a power of work I k This will be a hard campaign It is no childs play tolidefent President Roosevelt but lnm confident it can bo done and I am also confident that practically every crat in the country will stand shoulder to shoulder DemoI iIn the struggle I theIIIam going after it We will have a full number of speakers tfnnd will start a vigorous uptodate honest forceful came I paign immediately tfIftho Eastern Democrats will do what they say f1 x can and carry their States I will get the West and J Parker will bo QUIT next Presidnt1lIoS TAGOART wUt tr w l V vvv rV Ei Titfi Pills rrpdaysfwhatever he wishes They prevc SICK HEADACHE- cause the food to assimilate and nllIr ish the body give keen appetite DEVELOP FLESH and solid muscle Elegantly sugar coated Take No Substitute The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY AUGUST 3 HJOi Masonic barbecue August 11 r Wall pnper Bijbbngo Son ll Snow Flake flonr 05 ota Popham Bros 1 Jelly glasses 2G cts doz Babbage rHon Gold Dust flour otsPophnmJBros Jelly glasses 25 cts doz Popham Broa Y t D S Duncan was in Lonlsvllle Sunday + For Bale Wall paper store Call on- Ti F Sawyer Pure ether vinegar 25 eta gallon Popham Broa saleiHouse and lot Call o 4ForSawyer of Rome Ind was Iin thecity Saturday Enameled preserving kettles 25 to 50 cts Popham Bros Joseph Porter was in Derby Ind Thursday cud Friday Third annual Masons barblea- Cloverport August 11 New waist sots hatpins stick andI emblem goodsW B Oelze Mr and Mrs E M Barnes have been visiting relatives at Paradise Bottom Samuel Taulof Mattingly left Thurs day for a weeks visit at the St Louis fairMrs 0 B Skillman will go to Owensboro today to visit Mrs S S Walking Mrs William Witt hia gone to Owensboro to reside with her so Jas O Witt I Mrs Eliza Web of Louisville waea paofrt I Mrs Ira DeHaven and little sou left Thursday for her old home at Frankfort to reside Miss Grace Dugan came down fro m Louisville Wednesday to visit Mr and i Mrs Jas S Younger N Mrs R L Newsom and grandson Harry Newsom have returned from a visit toSherman Texas Willis Lewis and Misses Ella and Dessie Popham attended the Catholic picnic at Irvington Saturday Mrs Chas D Hook and daughters returned Thursday from A visit Mrs J Haynes at Union Star Mrs Sirena Jarrett returned Wednesday to her home at Stephensport after a visit to her sister Mrs Rousseau WilliamsMiss Warfield of Louisville who has been the guest of her sister Mrs Frank Fraize returned home Thursday Mrs M Bernhardt and daughter Miss Mollie of Louisville are guests K at the Fisher Homestead on the Hard turnpikewmusic sports confetti merrygoronndside shows baby show etaat big Masons barbecue at Cloverir port August 11 Mrs C B Skillman and daughter Elizabeth have returned front an extended visit to relatives at Morgan field and Evansville Miss Ethel Sterett came up fro Haweavllle Thursday to visit Miss Adelia Moorman who was her gee atby the fore part of last week Mr and Mrs Chas Mattingly an son Wallace were In the city Friday en route to their horn e at Uniontowti i after a visit to his brother Joseph Mat tingly at Kirk v The Misses Graham guests of Iii and Mrs A B Skillman were enter tamed Saturday evening at a six oclock dinner given in their honor by Mr and Mrs R O Willis Miss Rosie Peters of Pittsbur who has been upending several WOOKS with Mrs Jno Weisenberg of this city and Mrs Jake Hanks at Holt i left Sunday for her home I Mothers Ear WHINNURINa THATTIMf9COTT9 tCHULmiON muMHJmm THe MXTKA grntmsrH AND NOWMfHMMNT mo HKmmmUHY FOK MOTHIJCHILwmpleSCOTT 409 t5 YorkSocMS Owen Keys of Webster was in ti oily Sunday Cant I make you a price on a OezeIi barbecue Cloverport August 11 fHenry Moorman of Hardinsburg was in the city Sunday c F D Whiteneck came down from Greenwood lad Sunday Wave Roll was up from Owensboro Sunday the guest of friends Ed Bacon of Louisville was the guest of Jas B Fisher part of last weekCheap rates on Henderson Route I to big Masons baroecne at Cfoverporl August 11IMr and Mrs A M Heston Hardtnubnrg have been visiting ref a tives here thif week Cheap rates on Henderson Route big Masons barbecue at Cloverport i August 11 Mrs R N Hudson nnd Miss Nell Gregory were the guests ot friends at Anchorage part of last week Mr and Mrs F T Sawyer went to Hawesville Wednesday to visit her father Robt Lamarat Utlility Cheap rates on Henderson Route to big Masons barbecue at Cloverport i August 11- Misses Rutn and Lnoile Graham of Louisville who have bean visiting their aunt Mrs A B Sxilltcan willj leave Thursday to spend two weed at the ChnntntHjua at Owensboro annd sister Mrs Adams Mr and Mm R L Oelze aud Misses Adolta and Kath atlas Moorman composed a party thut left yesterday for the St Louis fair Mr Henry Harper and wife of Hnnlinsburp were here Honda evisiting relatives Mr Harper soy ntheages of Burley and three acres of fitomatoesnear Cloverport nnd go into the truck business and raise tomato and corn for the canning factory Mr Harper is a good farmer and Wj e would like to have him near us Jesse Marlowe of Putqsville reo turned from the mountains of Kentucky Monday with his family He line been there nearly three month- and it has rained every day dnrln g the time He says there is plenty of thnu roads are so bad It is impossible to do I I any hauling He will return in about month but hid wife will remain at PateBvillo He 1 la working for the Cincinnati Cooperage company ADDITIONAL EKRON Miss Virgie Richardson is visiting friends in Irvington Rev Ben Shacklett and sister Miss Pearl spent several days last week in Stepensbnrg the guests of their brotner Dr Warren Shacklett Rev Judson Hiokerson filled Rev Dan Shackletts appointment here Sunday morning and night Rev Hickerson is a very promising young minister and preached a splendid sermon both times to a full house tpMRS HOLDER DEAD Mrs Isabel Holder died Thursda evening at her home near Skillmau senility hastened by an attack of flux Mrs Holder was eightyone years of age She leaves two sons Israel of this city Jas Holder pf near Skilltnan and one daughter The funeral was held Friday Mr and Mrs Jas Holder are quit ill of flux WAS A SUCCESS Irvington Ky Aug 2 Special The picnic given near here last Satur day tier the benefit of the Guardian Angel Catholic church was a great success Masonic barbecue August 11 A little forethought may save you no end of trouble Anyone who makes it a rule to keep Chamberlains Colic Remedym at hand knows this to be a fact For sale Short Haynes SatnrtrdThogreater part of the desert of Sahara Is from 0000 to 8000 feet above tho level of the ocean The desert 118i not rainless but showers cover it with grass tOlea few weeks in the year large flocks and herds being mainly dro presslona In which water can be co- lleted and stored It was at ono time bpJcved that the whole of tho desert was below the sea level Instead of only itgA Fnl e Teat For Steel Blade Many people Imagine that by blowing their breath on the blade of a knito they can tell whether tho blade is ate elwas or pot metal Now ii persons breath will adhere to a pot metal blade and fade away the same as on steel but nine out of ten men dont know this and that is the reason why so many people carrY Inferior pocketknives President In the Bible The title president occurs In th Bible It pleased Darius to set over the kingdom 120 princes which should be over the whole kingdom and over these three presidents of whom Dan- Iel was first that tho princes mightt give accounts unto them anJ the king Ihould have no damage Daniel yl1 leiJI L BURCH DEAD Yesterday afternoon shortly before 3 oclock one of Breckenridge county a oldest citizens died at the home of his son here in this city i Mr Joseph Leslie Burch departed this life at the residence of JLBuch on Fifth street of complicaton of diseases He was bora In WllBOnI county Ky in October 1810 and for utout forty years has been a residence of Breckenridge county About three weeks ago he was brought to Henderson in the hope that a change might be beneficial to his health but the hope was vain nn yesterday ho oleopI Fourteen qhlldren blessed the unto ti ofof Mr Burch And his wife of whom six survive They are Messrs JI oltyoArk andI Christopher Burch and Mrs Annie Beaven of 13reckenridg county Mr Burghs descendants number more than two hundred and extend to the fifth generatipn many of who he had never seen The funeral sere vines will be held at the Holy Name thatch tomorrow morning at 2 oclock Rev EJ Lynch will conduct the service The Interment will b3 at St Louis cemetery Wednesdays Henderson Journal nI find nothing better for liver de thesj n Chamberlain s Stomach and Liver Ta- bletsL F Andrews Dos Moines Ia For sale by Short Haynes CHAS RIEDEL TALKS ABOUT HIS CROPS dMrHolt Saturday accompanied by ht sube My crops are all in good canal tion I have fortytwo acres of very lurgeieldcrop om 10es0ofbushels to the acre anti prospects of an excellent late crop My corn is look jing fine and will yield well I think Mr Uiedel also says he has no time isaI j his first trip to Cloverport for quite a togw yet the kind of farmer in which the News believes Fine music Held sports confetti I I baIpshowOloverport August 11 TO HAVE OWN PAPER On last Saturday the Farmers Un iion took in Fords ville anti held splendid meeting They report eve I I000 members of the county with their organization constantly growing At this meeting they decided to launch a farmers journal to be print t ed at Fordvsille at present but later I on they figure on having a plant of 1 their own But at present they 1 have the Independent to get out that r jpaper MrJH Thomas will be their- softer It will be issued monthly at first but later on they will change to printfopendent Third annual Masons barbecue Cloverport August 11 MISS VEVA BATT DEAD Miss Veva Batt teed eighteen tieof consumption of the bowels after a liiiRerlug illness Her romaine will be brought to this city thisImorning for interment The funeral will be conducted from the Baptist church tiffs afternoon Miss Batt wa ia daughter of Mrs Statira Batt o Y Cannelton who formerly resided i this city She is survived by her mother four brothers and one sister Mrs Harry Morrison of this city Finn manic field sports confetti merrj goround side shows baby show etc at big Masons barbecue at Cloverport August 11 NOT FROM CLOVERPORT Fridays Louisville Herald contained an account of the marriage of Barry Ellington and Miss Eunice Brown at Jelfersonvllle last Wednesday at midnight The Herald stated that Mr Ellington and Miss Brown were a prominent young society couple of Cloverport This part of the write up about the midnight wedding Iva erronrous as Mr Ellington is an en of giuoer on the Illinois Central railroad and Miss Browns home IS at owens boro Dr Frymiro who accompanied them is a resident of rata part of tne state but not of Cloverport as wa stated in the Herald Mr Ellington in Cloverport the day before his wedding but has never resided here MEETING AT TARFORK Tarfork Ky Aug2 Specml A protracted meeting will begin at the Tarfork Christian church August 7 Revs Tllford and Youngof Lexington meetingjThird annual Masons barbecue I Cloverport August 11 t DR HARVEY TO PREACH Dr WP Harvey of Louisville will chat the Baptist church id this 1ethmorning and evening scr bt j mWantSj i i I hAdvertisements Inserted under this hcud n ono cent a word per week = =FOR SALB pIUNTINO Presses und Cutting machine mKchlnesAlsoI StreetLoulsvlilely FOR SALKHDLL Fon ALEA repretered IIeretord null 4 tutheIIvlnJton dFOnSALE OU BXCIIANQE 01 SAW on KXCHANOBICentncky jl Disc Drill with seed attachment for oiu Ama Ky FOR SALEHOUSE AND LOTS CORSALEThe Dennett Property House Amnbr Infortnatlo rwrite or call on Sirs S A Ben iictt Stephensport Ky STRAYEDSTEER CTRAYED Onc three year old red steer a lIn of June onoturnlshlngII T Carlton Rosetta Ky HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Round trip home seekers excursions West and Southwest first and third Tuesdays each mouth at greatly reduced rates tickttstoTuesdays each month at reduced rates Following Worlds Fair tickets on sale Cloverport to St Touts Seas on ticket Su80 60 day ticket 055 15 aday ticket 085 Old Point Comfort Excursions On July 14 and August IS rate of- 1ti50for the round trip Cloverport to Old Point Comfort and return will be ade good returning 15 days from date sale For excursion of Aug 13 special train on C O will leave Louisville at 5 p ni r Summer Tourist Rates To Colorado Utah and Black1 Hills District Tickets to be sold any day up to and including Sept 30 good returning Oct 31 Davless County Colored Fairr Owensboro KY Aug 1720 145 round trip Cloverport to Owens boro and return on Aug 17 to 20 Ini clusive good to return Aug 20 TrlState Fair Evansvllle Aug 1p 1904 For this occasion rate of 205 for Evansvillea torAug 6 inclusive good to return Aug 6 Niagara Falls Excursions Cloverport to Niagara Falls and return Aug 2 Aug 11 Aug 17 and Aug 25 1270 for rouud trip good to return 12 days from date of sale rMassAugl520 Boston Cloverport to Boston and return 23 00 2L7S24l4o according to route selected Tickets sold on Aug 1213U 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 00 on payment of 50 cents Excursions to Atlantic City Cloverport to Atlantic City andre Aug 4 Aug II and Aug 18 good to return 12 days from date of sale 17 25i Encampment K of P Louis ville Ky Aug 1629 245Y1314niG 16 good returning not later than Aug 81 Masons Barbecue and Picnic Clover port Aug 1 II For the Masorjsfc Barbecue at Clover port Aug 11 rate of 100 to Clover port and return will be made except that rate of oue firstclass fare for the round trip minimum of 25 cents when such rate is less than 100 will be made Seven Hills Chautauqua Owensboro Aug ll8l904 Cloverport to Owensboro and return- as follows Aug 318 inclusive x 185 good to return Aug 19 Aug 58nlS datessale LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET Reported by Popham Bros sEggs 129 dozIHens 80 lb- Chlokrns 12o lb Turkeys Oo per lb Geese F F ant F 350 per doz Duoks F F and F Co per Ib 4 Pigeons 75o doz Bfttter aOo lb Ginseng 425 450 Y root Mo IhIMay apple 834o lb Country hams 13o lb Country shoulders Oo lb Feathers 48c lb JflxQratea on Henderson Route to Itn plra tlbarbecue loverport r NNJWrt rJWJi u ME AT NOLTES ANDt BETTER THAN EVER IThis Years Masons Barbecue NEXT WEEK AUGI 111 1 I Are You Ready Dont delay if in need of a Straw Hat Shoes Suspenders Socks Handkerchiefs Pants Collars Cuffs or Neckwear IIShirts Ladies Let us Supply You With Fanst Shoes Oxfords Hosiery Parasols bigodayOF COURSE YOURE jOlNQ TAKE THE FAMILY ALONG BROd r- w MASONIC TEMPLE 4 CLOVERPORT KY J1i l Chances 365 year CADICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR gluteaoui You take you CADICKS Cdick Milling CoGRANDVIEW I- NDNOTICEHI 9CHCOOOCXDOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO O80 9 a II- II Machine Shop Foundry isIIi IiOur in firstclass shape to kinds of re accuracy in Iileast possible time thereby savingIWItime expense to guatantee to first Ieclass every respect Give ae i ii IU Cloverport Foundry and Machine Cloverportt msemtr- s jwrPLATES AND FILMS Developed and Finished for the trade High Quality Mall Orders Specialized rL- D W B Oelze Ii LD love port Ky 1 Chintz Royalty Practical Surveyor Notary Public I can survey your Lands write Deeds the acknowledgement at your This you trouble Patronage Solicited me a- tHardinsburg Kyto Wallacd JjWce WAS down from Lot f To Take j On some things but not on tin bread you eat days in the Bread to nourish the system of the young and old be made from L which contains the phos phates of Lon gberry Red properly milled no chances when bu GOLD DUST FL T R from your grocer i aeaa eeiBi and I We are pre I do all new and i pair work with and the r j and our all our work be in usIe job i II Co i It tfl Work I J also your and take home saves and cost Your Hdross r must Winter Wheat L IIc ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 48 Dally Fast Train loaves Cloverport 507 A Loulsvlllo7ISA Point only arriv es at M No 42 hotly Matt and Express leaves Clo verport 854 A M stops at all way stations arrives Louisville 1285 P 111 wMTrain No 41 Exposition Limited daily ar pmTrain No48 Mall and Express dully ar rives at Cloverport 700 p m IouUvlllo 945 rp ni Stops at all stations WEST BOUND 1tfroesieavesdioverport U V vllle 1250 PM arrives St Louis 010 PMstops at all stations V Train No 41 Exposition Limped daily Y arrives Clovorport 1033 a ni Kvunsvllle JOO 4 pm St Louis at Hawes vllle Owensboro anriIlondorson only Train No 43 Mall and Express dftHy ar rives Clovorport 7 85 p m Evnnsvllli 1030 p m Stops at all stations No 45 dally St Louis lost traliT leaves Clo vorport 1100 PM arrives Evansvllle 135 A Unwesv1llirOwonsooro Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND Train No 2 Dally except Sunday leaves 815amTrain leavesFordsvlllop mIraln onlyFords 833 p nWEST BOUND leavesIrvlngtonl100 305pm810pmMrs A T Blaine of Luxora Are who has been the guest of relatives at Potevsille and here left for hertheals Sqn y 1 fS The Breckenridge News i WEDNESDAY August 8 1004 ASE SETS THE t i PRICE ON WHEAT V I foIS Publishes Bulletin Urging Farm ers to Hold 1904 Crop for St20 Per Bushel Outfit lIMPORTANT ASE NEWS t e In the August 1 issue of UpToDate Farming the official organ of the appearI National Union of the American So i ciety of Equity Indianapolis Ind July96100 TO THE WHEAT GROWERS 0 AMERIOA This Society estimates the 1004 win ter wheat crop in the United States at three hundred sixtyfire million bush els and the spring wheat at two handed ten million bushels making a total of 576 MILLION BUSHELS This Society also recommends a min- I I imum price for the 1001 crop of wheat of 120 PER BUSHEL on basis o Chicago market for No 2 winter wheat Whwit growers everywhere are urged to keep this price in mind ask it and hold for it The winter crop iisI a very short one besides there is HU enormous quantity of low grade wheat the reealt of the hard winter we season and rust There is scarcely a section of the winter wheat belt where the crop has not suffered to cause 1alight yield or the grain has bee damaged or both The spring I estimate may be changed depending on the weather until it is finally sav 1 ea Tne estimate on winter wheat fisI based on extensive investigation a reports from about twelve farmers JAKveritt President MWTnbbe Acting Secretary Argument for 5120 Wheat This oountry has not grown a cropI of wheat in many years that was nut I Worth 9100 a bushel Therefore if the largos t crop 1 isI worth 100 H bushel a smaller crop isI ea1 certainly worth more than 100 The largest ClOp of wheat this count try ever produced was in 101 748 q 000000 bushels This at 100 per bu abel is 74S000000 The prewnt crop we estimate At o76ooo000 bushels It costs farmers nearly as much to produce tote M the J I bumper crop of 100 hence to bring as much money it would need tt sell at 130 per bushel By this showing the price set190Ie very conserva I ItheA raise of 20 cents per bushel on t wheat affects each ocnsniner 100 H year or an average family of five i Noo year This ia for the family f 48 cents A month less than 10 ants II- iii weufe ft little over one sat A day UpToDftteFftrw lug I I IlIayBulletin hay bulletin ia t UpToitteNational Union of The American So piety of Equity IndifluftpoHs Ind 1904 To The Hay Growers of America This Soolety recommends a mini Elmum price for No 1 Timothy hay of 1004 crop on basis of Chicago market of 1200 PER TON Hay growers everywhere are urged to keep this price in mind ask it and hold for it There are many places in the country where the full Chicago price can be obtained on account of I a the local demand Also mAny places where a higher can be obtained in a retail way Tho minimum price is in a wholesale way and carload lots at ChicagoJ A Eventt President MWTubbs Acting Secretary i Praises Irvington Farmers I UpToDateIf toier News from Irvington which I atri hhold for dollalr wheat and which was published in the News on July 13 As d an introduction to the clipping Up a ti ToDate saysIThe following dispatch which wee clip from the Breckenridge KyNews IB 4irectlv in line with the work of the J JL8ofEand the advice of the Nation f1 al Union Such action on the part of the farmers shows that they are in J k truth business men and such meets I ings and conventions held by all theI f great agricultural Interests throughout i nationallyl J l 88 urged in nnotherpait of this pa 1 jwBjnsfc win and give tho farmers J t standing IB the business world they J l r 00a sJ1 tHi This irre LroedlcInc Nerve Fag If You Waste Your Nerve Energy After Awhile You Will Suffer For It You win waste nerve force by excess overwork worry anxiety etc You can weaken yourself by not eating 1proper food or securing sufficient teat to renew the nerve energy you use up The proper treatment In addition to good phosphatlc tod such as wholo meal bread prepared cereals etc Is Dr Miles Restorative Nervine This Is as truly a brain and nerve food ae any food you could eat and besides furnishes strength and tone of Its own which goes to the weakened nerve system and sets It to rights Dr Mlles Restorative Nervlne Is a re freshing revitalizing tonic food modldno for the brain and nerve It reconstructs nrorn out nerve tissue and fills your languid brain with new life and vigor 8Dr allies Nervine has made so many marvelous cures of people so sick tho doctors thought they Vere Incurable that It Is today the standard medicine In many thousands of American homes The first bottle Is guaranteed to help mangyIintense mental strain Incident to Fthe banking business has caused mo to suffer with nervousness and Insom nia It gives me pleasure to say that I have used Dr Miles Nervine with very satisfactory results In the treatment of these affections I am now on ellJInPotIetNI nenlfIn L DALBY Aest Cashier State Dank Texarcana Ark FREEWrite to us for Free Trial of Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills the New Scientific Remedy for Pain Also Symptom Blank Our Specialist will diagnose your case tell what IsI wrong and how to right It fFree DR MILES MEDICAL CO LABORATORIES ELKHART ECD A MISTAKEN IDEA Love is not blind though again and again warytplain men Such debonair lads such sedate little lasses v ILoe is not blind but wears rotecolored glassestEach seas in his dearest how can love be blind poMibyIfinda the lads and 0 woe for the lasses The day that Love loses those rosecol ored glnsws Catherine Young Glen in the August Century Nothing on the Market Equal to ChnmI berlains Colic Cholera and Dlnrr hoe Remedy This foot id well Known to druggists everywhere and nine out of ten will give their customers this preparation when the beet li asked for Mr One Witmer a prominent druggist of Joj1 sin Mo in a circular to his tusto iueresny8 There is nothing on the market in the wayof patent medicine which equals Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for bowel complaints We sell and recom mend this preparation For sale by Short A HAneeIGO TO LOUISVILLE- The J following people of this city returned J Thursday morning from a round trip to Louisville oa the Morning Star Mrand Mrs RLOelce and little daughter Mary Owen Mrs Ella LaNeave and daughter Lucile Mrs F L Light foot apd little daughter Jane Mrs JL Moorman and son Frank Mesdames Mary B Oelie and Annie English and Misses Ethel Oelse Josie RAitt Annn JArboe Mande Polk and Mottle Willis DeWitt Is the Name When youvgo to buy Witch Hazel Salve look for the name DeWitt on I every box The pure unadulterated I Witch Hazel is use in making ie Witts Witch Hazel Salve which is the best salve in tne world for cuts burns bruises boils eczema and piles The popularity of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve due to its many cures has caused numerous worth less counterfeits to be placed on the marKet The genuine bears the name of E C DeWitt Co Chicago Sold by all druggists EXCELLENT NUMBER- The Twentieth Century Home is retaining the typographical excellence and artistic makeup that won such uni versal praise for the initial number six months ago Its popularity proves it to be a giant among the womans magazin es The August number is excellent in every detail and is beautifully illustrated End of Bitter Fight Two physicians had a long and stuboorn tight with an abcess on my right lung writes J F Hughes of Du PontGJa ana gave me up Ev erybody thought my time had come As a last resort I tried Dr Kings Discovery for Consumption The benefit I received was strking and I was on myfeet in a few daysNow Ive entirely regained my health It conquers all Coughs Colds and Throat and Lung troubles Guaranteed by Short Haynes TAGGART AND WOODSON New York July 20 Thomas Tag gart of Indiana was unanimously elect ted chairman aid Uiey Voodsont f Kentucky Secretaryfie National Democratic ta meeting rritl Democratic tform ranw An Anecdote of Rlcltnrd Straus An amusing story is told of Richard Strauss early experience as a conduct or In Germany Strauss favorite Wag ner oporu was Tristan und Isolde tho score of which ho know intimate Ily but with the other Wagner works he was not so familiar although ho had already gained n considerable rep utntion Iti Germany as a star con ductor On a certain occasion ho was called on unexpectedly to direct a per formance of Die Meisterslnger which he did with much apparent self pus session Another eminent conductor who was in the audience noticed that in a certain passage in tho third act the bass tuba to which was allotted a- very Important phrase did not umko any effect with It at all After tli performance the visiting conductor wondprlng if tho orchestral player had been at fault mentioned the circum I stance to Strauss The future comp s- er of the Symphonla Domoatica look cd embarrassed Why he said to tell you the truthI was so absorbed in bringing out tho broader effects that I didnt not tice that tuba part Harpers Weekly Lout Historic Treasure Every year sees wiped out the remains which have lasted for thousands of years past Now In our own day the antiquities of South Africa and of Central and South America have been destroyed as rapidly as they can be found Elsewhere engineers of every nation use up buildings as quarries or wreck them for the sake of temporary profit Speculators native and Euro pean tear to pieces every tomb they cnn find In the east and sell the few showy proceeds that have thus lost their meaning and history And the casual discoveries that are made perish in a ghastly manner The Saxon re galln of Harold the treasures of Thomas a Rockets shrine the burial of Alfred tIlt burial of Theodoric and the summer palace of Peking have within modern memory all gono the same way as time wonders that have pOlished in the French sack of Rome or the Greek sack of Persia Flinders potries Archaeology Sick Headache For several years my wife was troubled with what physicians called jick headache of a very severe char acter She doctored with several emi nent physicians und at a great ex rouse only to grow worse until she was unable to do any kind of work About a year ago she began taking Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and today weighs moe than she ever did before and is real well says err Ueo E Wright of New London New York For sale by Short Haynes No Interruption Likely Tired Housekeeper There The house Is as neat as a new pin at last I am going to take a nap Try dot to dls nrb me with your play my pets Lit Brother What shall I do If any oIflt calls 1 Little Stater No need to bot ur about that No one ever calls wheil things are clean TIle Only Thing lie IaelN Almost very man honestly believes that If uruiddltloii to his own ability he could fci ye the brass of his rival no earthly Bullion would be too high for him to vtoach Chicago Record Ueralil lrtl She finery Them AH AgentMadam colild I sell you this book of fairy tales Mrs Mnehwed No Ive been married for times and fairy tales are a chestnut with me Now Yorker A Would Never Do Husband If you arc not going to use that gown why dont you give It to tho cook WlfoOI not Its out of style BrooklynLifeAt of good manners there are always three things self sacrifice self control self resp- ectBLACK DRAUGHTSTOCK POULTRY MEDICINEStock troubles which are not boweland liver irregularities BlackI Draught Stock and Poultry Medi cine is a bowel and liver remedy for stock It puts the organs of digestion in a perfect condition Prominent American breeders and farmers keep their herds and flocks healthy by giving them an occa sional dose of BlackDraught Stock and Poultry Medicine in their food Any tock raiser may buy a 25cent halfpound airtight can of this medicine from his dealer and keep his stock in vigorous health for weeks Dealers gener ally keep Black Draught Stock and Poultry Medicine If yours does not send 25 cents for a sample can to the manufacturers The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chat tanooga Tenn RoonsLLB OA Jan SO lees BlMkDraught Stock and Poultry Medicine the beet Ierertrled Our took jrax looting bad when you tout me the medicine and MOW tbej are getting to tae They are MoktaffM p roeat better I PUOOZINGTOS- Ii i an e othe n e imn 1v It oii16 pug legiilniisie lin William ncdmondi Annvor William Redmond M P once rtrose to spank In the house of commons act cording to tho Boston Record and there came a question hurled at him from the Right sido of the house Will you vote for this hill if it conies up Mr Redmond looked from one side of tho house to the otherttnd slowly answered I will Inuncdlately the right side of the house burst into a storm of applause But Mr Redmond continued as soon as ho could bo heard not Then the storm carne from the loft aide and as soon as It subsided for u ftnoment he completed what ho started JL tansivar that question t silence reigned on both sides Jeffrey Tattered Dook The famous reviewer Jeffrey treated with disdain the bookbinders delicate art Books were merely meant to be read he contended and he was quite satisfied so long as the words wore visible Lord Coekburn laments the fact that Jeffreys library was for a lover of books and for one who had picked up a few most wretched and so III cared for that the want even or- G few volumes never disturbed him Carlyle in his Reminiscences de scribes tile study of his brilliant coun tryman as a roomy not overheat apartment on the ground floor with a big baize covered table loaded with book rows fluid paper bundles On one or perhaps two of the tables were bookshelves likewise well filled but with books in tuttory 111 bound or unbound condition The horse The reins may guide the horse the bit may inspire him by Its careful ma nipulation nnd the whip may urge hum forward to greater ambition but the human voice Is fur more potent than all these agencies Its assuring tones will more quickly dispel his fright Its sharp clear electric commands will more thoroughly arouse his ambition and Its gentle kindly praises will more completely encourage the Intelligent road horse than the united force of the bit and reins and the lash No animal In domestic use more readily responds to the power of kindness than the road horse The Sign SS The letters ss are to bo found at the beginning of acknowledgments and other legal documents but not one In a dozen can tell you what tint cabalistic ss Is for The abbrevia tlon Is n contraction of the Latin word scilicet which Is also n contraction having originally been written ns sclre Ilcnte neither of which you will note has more than one c The word entire or In Its abbreviated state is equivalent to time old English to wit still widely used time deslg qf both being simply to call particular attention to what follows lellloeru tic Belgium Belgium Is probablyl time most demo cratic of nil time monarchical states The kins of tho Belgians not dnly does not wear a crown but has not oven got a crown to weir No coronation ceremony is known to the constitution the sovereign inaugurating ills reign simply by taking an oath to govern ac cording to the laws Moreover time births of his children If he has any must be registered In exactly the sane phraseology and In the same set of books us time births of his humblest subjects Simpcctcd FriicturcH When u tincture Is suspected do not move time ipatient unless absolutely necessary until a good surgeon can be secured Meanwhile keep the injured part perfectly motionless and as com fortable as possible by propping up with pillows or pads made of rolls of cloth Make cold applications to keep down the swelling whore there is local API Trial Order r 9- F CASTORIA ii For Infants and Children The Kind You NavakAlways Bought a J 4single I t In Usey c For Over + Thirty Yearsi CASTORITae r J MAIL TRAINS CHANGED The mail which formerly arrived hereA at 043 a m on westbound jtrain No 47 now comes at 103 on No 41 the westbound Exposition Limited train The mail has also been changed from eastbound train No 48 which arrives at Cloverport at 700 pm to No 44the Exposition Limited train going east These changes are for all stations on t time Henderson Route and are the only ones made They went into effect last Wednesday Bishop Joseph S Keys Southern M E Church writes We Rave Dr T IPowdersn Iwere almost magical and certainly d more satisfactory than from anything Jt we ever used TEBTHINA p Teething Powder Counteracta and Overcomes the Effects of the Sum p mers HeatUo For Invalids Infants and the Aged tA physician writes II I gave to a lady long suffering with a stomach trouble who found it difficult to obtain a food that digested well DR PRICES 4r WHEAT FLAKE OELERYtt FOOD 10J J J Iii IiiJ and it proved acceptable to her stomach digested readily and assisted in bridging over a crisisi iin her w historyII I recommend it to invalids infants and aged and to all persons as pure healthy cereal food 10 4 Palatable ur Nutritious Easy of Digestion and Ready to Eat i Myalgnatureon 2Att t e very package 2G te J1 JDr Price the creator of Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder and Delicious Flavoring Extracts e Prepared by PRICE CEREAL FOOD CO hid HiHj IATTLE CREEK MICH Main Offliis GKtCAlO For Sale by V G BABBAGE SON Cloverport Ky All W- eWant Is Wo want your printing A trial orderthats all Why dont we say all of your orders No useii The way we fill the first order will leadI iifyou to send the second one without our I ing Now some fellow for whom we have nay er printed a thing will say Thats a lie But on the other hand the man whp has been our customer for years will say the a bove statement is wholly true All we want Is a trial order x- r lToaleTbo Into an rAtic National Committee tee Wl fnf Ir j HIS NOMINATION I Jn Acceptance Speech President I Roosevelt Strongly Indorses the Platform LAUDS THE ADMINISTRATION j Oyster Bay L I July 27Theo dore Roosevelt today formally openel the political campaign of 1U04 at his t beautiful country home Sagamore Bill Standing on a spot made dear to him by the associations of a liie time surrounded by his family and xelatlvoannd friends and in the pres ence of an assemblage of men distin guished in all walks of life he form BTfp rEceived and accepted the nomi nation of the Republican party for President of the United States Jn accepting the nomination for t President when officially notified President Roosevelt said Mr Speaker and Gentlemen of the Notification Committee I am deeply sensible of the high honor conferred apon me by the representatives of the Republican party assembled in con ventiin and I accept the nomination for the presidency with the solemn i realization of the obligations I assume I heartily approve the deola ration of principles which the Repno Hcan National Convention has adopt ed and at acme future day I shall communicate to you Mr Chairman more at length and in detail a formalj written acceptance of the nomination Three years ag ol became President ecause of the death of my lamented prtaeqessor I then stated that it was pptIiJose to curry out his piinciples policies for the nonor and the bestIfrmyiibility I have kept the promise is niade If next Novemoer my inirymen confirm at the polls the tibh of the convention you repre rtl ItIpall under Providence con tSftt work with an eye single to ha welfare of alt our people A party is of worth only so fur as it prQmotea the national interest and- over1 official high or low can serve bill party best by rendering to the people the best service of which he scapable Effective government comes only as the result of loyal co operation of many different persons The memuers of a legislative major ity the officers in the various de i partments of the Administration and the legislative and executive branches W ya towards each other must work together with subordination of self to the common end of successful governr ment We who have been entrusted the with power as public servants during past seven years of adminisfra I Lion and legislation now come before I the people content to be judged by our record of achievement In the years that have gone by we have made the deed square with the t j inIpqwerout the great lines of public policy which the Republican party has ale ready laid down a public policy to which we are giving and shall give- a united and therefore nn efficient support Refers to Opponents In all of these we are wore fortnn Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Dont Know it now To Find Out 11111 a bottle or common glass with your water and let it stand twentyfour house a sediment or set tling indicates an unhealthy condi tion of the kid neys if It stains your linen It is evidence of kidney trouble too frequent desire to pass It or pain In the back fIs alson convincing proof that the kidneys and blad der are out of orderWhat r to Do There I ii comfort in the knowledge so I SvampRoot7 Wish In curing rheumatism palnilInvthe E partEci td hold water and scalding pain In passing ltor bad effects following Use of liquor t Wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often luring the day and to get up many times I during the night The mild and the extra ordlntry effect of SwampRoot is soon iirealized It stands the highest for Its wonderful l cures of the most distressing cases If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists In SOc andl sizes You may have a sample bottle of this Ill Wonderful discovery IvTV3 Ifnda book that tell r more about It both sent 1 m K i absolutely free by mall Address Dr Kilmer do nor of swunpnoot h Cot Binghamton N Y Whw writing men tion reading this generous offer in this paper j 1 Dont make any mistake but remember the name Swamp Root Dr Kllmers Swamp 1 Root und the address Binghamton N Y fonevery bottln 1 I f w false tv Very principle which I in the last eight years they have laid down as vital and to leave undisturb ed those very acts of the administra tion because of which they ask tbat the administration itself be driven from power Seemingly their present attitude as to their past record is that some of them were mistaken andl others insincere We make our ap peal in a wholly different spirit Wef are not constrained to keep silent on any vital question we are divided on no vital question our policy is cone tinuous and is the same for all sectoins and localltise There is nothing experi mental about the government we ask the people to continue in power for our pertormance in the past our pro ved governmental efficiency is a guarantee as to our promises for thetfuture Our opponents either openlytt or secretly according to their soy peopletosideration of the fact that they intend to treat their past promises as null and void We know our own minds and we have kept of the same mind for a sufficient length of time to give to our policy coherence and sanityI In such a fundamental matter as theI enforcement of the law we do notI have to depend upon ones promises i bnt merely au that our record be taken as an earnest of what we shall continue to doeIn dealing with thef great organizations known as trusts we do not have to explain why the laws were not enforced but to point out that they have actually beenII enforced and that legislation has bAenII enacted to increase the effectiveness of their enforcement We do not have to propose toturn the rascals out for we have shown in very deed that I whenever by diligent investigation a- I publoofficial can be founa who hasII betrayed his trust he will be punished J to tne fall extent of the law without regard to whether he WitS appointed under a Republican or a Democratic administration This is the efficient I way to turn the rascals out and to I keep thaw out and It has tne merit of sincerity Moreover the betrayals I of trust in the last seven years have been insignificant in number when I compared with the etxent of the public I service Never has the administration of the government been on a I cleaner and higher level never has I the public work of the nation been I done nore honestly and efficiently I As to flonetary StandardII Assuredly it IB unwise to change tne policies which have worked so well Prosperity has come at home The national honor and interest have been upheld abroad We have placed the finances of the nation On a sound gold basis We have done this with the aid of many who were formerly our opponents but who would neither openly support nor silently acquiesce the in heresy of unsound finance and we have done it against the convinced and violent opposition of the mass of our present opponents who still refuse to recant the unsound opinions which for the moment they thinK it inex pedleut to assert We know what we mean when we speak of an hones and able currency We mean the slime thing from year to year We do not have to avoid a detinlte and conclusive committal on the most important issue which has recently been before the people and which may at any time in the near future be before the m a gain Upon the principles which un derlie this issue the convictions of half of our number do not clash with those of the other half So long as the Republican party is in power the gold standard is settled not as a matter of temporary political expediency not because of shifting conditions in the production of gold in certain mining centers but in accordance with what we regard as the fundamental princi ples of national morality and wisdom Under the financial legislation which we have enacted there Is now ample circulation for every business need and every dollar of this circa lation is worth a dollar in gold We have reduced the interest bearing debt and in still larger measure the interest on that debt All of the war taxes Imposed during the Spanish War have been removed with a view to relieve the people and to prevent the accumulation of an unnecessary surplus The result is that hardly ever tefore have the expend tares and income of the Government so closely corresponded In the past year the excess of income over the wuIlionsI account of the fifty millions expended II out of the accumulated surplus for the i purchase of the isthmian canal It HIii an extraordinary proof of the sound financial condition of the nltltln that I instead of following the usual course in such matters and throwing the burden upon posterity by an issue of bonds we were able to make the pay ment outright and yet after it to have in the Treasury a ernplus of one hundred millions Moreover we were able to pay these fifty millions I r We y IU e a tariff JaW under which during tho past few years the country has attained a height of ma terial wellbeing never before reached Wages are higher than ever before That whenever the need rises there should be readjustment of the tariff schedules is undoubted but sucjh changes can with safety be made only those whose devotion to the principle of a protective tariff is beyond question for otherwise tne changes would amount not io readjustment but to reappeal Tbe readjustment when made must maintain and not destroy the protective principle To the farmer the merchant the manufacturer this is vital but perhaps- no otber man is so much interested as the wageworker in the maintenance of our present economic sys toth as regards the fin aces and the tariff The standard ot living of wage workers is higher that that of any otbre country and it cannot so remain unless we have a protective tariff which shall always keep as a minimum a rate of duty sri ficent to cover the difference between the labor cost hore and abroad Those who like our opponents denounce protection a robbery thereby explicitly com mit themselves to the proposition thatII If they were to revise the tariff noII heed would be paid to the necessity I of meeting this difference between the standards of living for wage workers I here and in other countries and therejj fore on this point their antagonism to our position is fundamental HarE again we ass that their prom ises and ours be judged by what has been done in the immediate past We ask that sober and sensible men compare the workings of the present tariff law and the conditions which obtain under it with the workings of theII preceding tariff law of 1894 and the conditions which that tariff of 1804 helped to bring about- Reciprocity Desirable We believe in reciprocity with for eign nations on the terms outlined in President McKiuleys last speech whloh urged the extension of onr for sign markets by reciprocal agreements wheneverthey could be made without injury to American industry and labor It is a singular fact that the only great reciprocity treaty recently adoptedthat with Cubawas finally opposed almost alone by the represent atives of the very party which now states that it favora reciprocity Ana here again we ask that the worth of our words be jjudged by comparing their deeds with ours On this Unban reciprocity treaty there were at the outest grave differences of opinion among ourselves and the notable thing in the negotiation and ratifica tion of the treaty and in the legisla tion which carried it into effect was the highly practical manner in which without sacrifice of principle these differences ot opinion were reconciled Tnere was no rupture of n great party but an excellent practical out come the result of the harmonious co operation of two successive Presidents and two successive congresses This is an Illustration of the governing ca pacity which entitles us to the confi dence of time people not only in our purposes but in our practical ability to achieve those purposes Judging by the history of tbe last twelve years down to this vary month id there justification for believing under similar circumstances ana with simil ar initial differences of opinion our opponents would have achieved any practical result jVe have already shown in actual fact that our policy is to do fair nnd equal justice to all men paying no heed to whether a man is rich or poor paying no heed to bins face his creed or his birthplace Industrial System We recognize the organization of capital and the organization of labor as natural outcomes of our in dustrial system Each kind of organ ization is to be favored so long as it Ayers Dont try cheap cough medi cines Get the best Ayers Cherry Pectoral What a record it has sixty years of Cherry Pectoralcures Ask your doctor if he doesnt use it for coughs colds bronchitis and all throat and lung troubles I have found that Ayer Cherry Pectoral Ji the belt medicine I can preicrlbo for bron chilli InfluenzA cough and hard coidP M LODBMAH MD Ithaca NY 2SCOC 5109 J a AVER CO All Ixiwull h- lauBronchitis drunlltlfor Correct any tendency to constipation with small deslia1Ayers Pills For no man is abovfe it and no man below it The humblest individual Is to have his rights safeguarded as scrupulously as those of the strongest organization for each is to receive justice no more and no less Tbe problems with which we have to deal in our modern industrial and social life are manifold but tbe spirit in wnloh it is necessary to approach their solution is simply the spirit of honesty of courage and of common senseIn inaugurating the great work of irrigation in the West the Admmi str tlon has been enabled by Con gress to take one of the longest strides ever taken under our Government to ward utilizing our vast national do main for the settler the actual homo makerEver since tnis continent was diS- covered the need of an isthmian canal to connect the Pacific and the Atlan tic has been recognized and ever since the birth of our nation such a canal has been planned At last the dream has become a reality The isthmian cnnal is now being built by the Government of the United States We conducted the negotiation for its construction with the nicest and most scrupulous honor and in a spirit of the largest generosity toward those through whose territory it was ro run Every sinister effort which could be advised by the spirit of faction or the spirit of selfinterest was made in order to decent the treaty with Panama and thereby prevent the consummation of this work The construction of the canal is now an assured fact but most certainly it is unwise to intrust the carrying out of so momentous a policy to those wno have endeavored to defeat the whole undertaking Our Foreign Policy Our foreign policy has been so con ducted that while not one of our just claims has been sacrificed our relations with all foreign nations aret now of the most peaceful kino there is not n cloud on the horizon The last cause of irritation between us and any other nation was removed by the settlement of the Alaskan boundaryII In the Caribbean Sea we have made good our promises of independence to Cuba and have proved our as sertion that onr mission in the island was one of justice and not of selfag grandizement and thereby no lessjj than by our action in Venezuela and Panama we have shown that the Monroe doctrine is a living reality designed for the hurt of no nation oat fcr the protection ot civilization on the Western continent auditor the peace of the world Our iteady growth in power has gone hand in hand with a strengthening disposition to use this with strict regard for the rights of others and for the cause of international justice and good will We earnestly desire friendship with all the nations of the New and Old Worlds and we endeavor to place our relations with them upon a basis of reciprocal advantage instead of hostility We hold that the prosper itv of each nation is an aid and net a hindrahce to the prosperityof other nations We seek international amity for the same reasons that make us believe in peace within our own borders and we seek thlspeace not because we are afraid or unready but because we think that pence is right as well as advantageous American interests in the Pacific have rapidly grown American en terprise has laid a cable across this the greatest of oceans We have proved in effective fashion that we wish the Chinese Empire well and desire its integrity and independence Treatment of Filipinos Oar foothold in the Philippines greatly strengthens our position in the competition for the trade of the East but we are governing the Philippines in the Interest of the Philippine people themselves We have already given thema large share in their government and onr purpose is to increase this share ns rapidlyI as they give increasing evidence of increasing fitnesa for the task The great majority of officials of the island whether elective or appointive are already native Fili pinos We are now providing for a legislative assembly This is the first step to be taken in the future and it would beleinmentlyl unwise to declare what our next step will be until this first step has been taken and the results are manifest To have gone taster thanwehave already gone in giving the islanders a con stuntly increasing measure of self government wonldj havo been disas terous At the present moment to give political Independence to tne islands would resnltjin the Immediate loss of civil rights personal liberty and public order as regards the mass of the Filipinos for the ma jority of the islanders have been given those great boons by us and only keep them because we vigilantly sategnard and guarantee them To J t A KNOWN REPUTATION The Geo Delker Cos reputation in the vehicle business is well knownIt gracefullydesignedIt stands for the lowest prices at which really good vehicles can be sold It stands for the newest and latest styles It stands for itself The Geo Delker vehicles have made their own reputation Their buggies made the name not the hame the buggies Write for new catalogue or call at factory on Elm Street Henderson Ky THE GEO DELKER CO IA CORPORATION Sold by dealers everywhere If your dealer does not handle the Geo Delker Work write direct to the factorywIthdraw our government from the as islands at this time would mean to the average native the loss ot his barely won civil freedom We have established in the islands a Govern ment by Americans assisted by Fill pinos We are steadily striving to transform this into self government by the Filipinos Assisted by Ameri cansThe principles which we uphold should appeal to our countrymen in all portions of our country Above all I they should give us strength with tpe men and women who are the spiritual heirs of those who upheld the hands of Abraham Lincoln for we are striving to do our worK in the spirit with winch Linclon approached his During the seven years that have just passed there ia no duty domestic or foreign which we have snirked no uecessarv task which we have not performed with reasonable efficiency We have never pleaded impotence We have never sought refuge in criticism and complaint instead of action We face the future with our past and our present as guarantors of our promises a and we are content to stand or to fall1 by the record which we have made and are making OBITUARY James Crawford was born in the parish of Dairy county of Aersmre Scotland June 22 1SUO HIs father moved to Canada and settled at Scar boro Province of Ontario in the year 1840 At the age of twentythree Brother Crawford came to Louisville Ky and one year later he moved to Stepnensnort Ky to engage in the tobacco business in partnersnip with Charles E Contv in which business he spent the remainder of his life In this business he Became acquainted with ninny tobacco men and formed a great circle of friends In 1857 nA was married to Miss Sal lie Moreland the only daughter of Josiah Moreland of Breckeuridge countyKy His wife lived only a year after their marriage In the year 1870 he was married to Miss Ann Belle Bain daughter of the Rev Jam es Bain DD of bcarboro county o York Ontario Canada To them were born four children three of whom with the mother survive him He also has two sisters living in Can ada and one brother Andrew who lives in Stepheusport Ky One notable fact about the Crawfor- family is that the Crawford brothers have died in rotation and all have died at about the same age AbOut thirty years ago Brothe- Crawford united with the Presbyter tan church under the pastorate o Rev Miller After his church dissolved at Stephens port he united with the Methodist cnurnh in which h reiuainea a consistent member till on the morning of July 18 IDOl when God called him to the Church Tri umphant However I deem it just to say that in belief he remained Presbyterian till death called hi home Having a desire to live in th church also to give his family churc privileges and influence he chose that cuuron with which he could best agree in doctrine and practice Brother Crawford has occupied a prominent place in our church and has been a very useful member His work in our Sundayschool will long be remembered by those who cam under his instruction and influemw I Know of no man in my cir ul who is as well informed in the Bible r he was He was far above time ordinary man a man of great infor ination without ostentation Possessed with a spirit of gentleness and kind news and being modest in his preten tious he was most appreciated by those who knew him best To really know the man was to admire him He stood on a plain above narrow views and little deeds As his pastor my relations with him have bean both pleasant and profitable to me While often felt my Inability to instruct him yet he nas always been very kind and courteous to me and often given me encouragement in my work He was not only useful to the church but as a citizen of the highest type he has been helpful to a great many pepole He has been a man of wealth and has helped some people to his own material disadvantage He was very careful in the training and instruction of his children and con sequently he leaves a model family respected by all During the last month of his life he suffered intensely yet he maintained spirit of gentleness and patience From the first of his illness he seemed to be conscious that the end was ap preaching accordingly he told hia wife that he hoped tne Lord would not let him suffer long On the day before hedied he prayed andtalked a great deal and gave the asurance that he was mortified for the conflict with the last enemy On the day following nls depth assisted by the pastor of ihe Baptist church we cone ducted hid funeral in the presence of a great congregation of friends and laid his body to rest in the town cemetery to await the resurrection of the just Rev JCHoaklnaon A Warning to flotheri Too much care cannot be used with small children during the hot weath er of the summer months to guard against bowel troubles As a rule it is only necessary tb give the child a dose of castor oil to correct any dis anyasubstitute but give the oldfashioned freshfas rancid oil nauseates and has a tendency to gripe If this does not check the bowels give Chamberlain Colic Cholera end Diarrhoea Remedy and then a dose of castor oil a nd the disease may be checked in Its avoideddThe castor oil and this remedy should be procured at once and kept ready for instant use as soon as the first apr pears This is the most successful reliedfupon with implicit confidence even in cases of cholera infantum For HayneseWINDS UP BUSINESS- J D Brashear local manager and buyer for the American Tobacco court companysa Mrmhiaeretaruhto this city until October CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought thetSlgJUturo EG I r t M t 7W r r STEPHEftSPORT Masonio barbecue August 11 t WJ Schopp spent Sunday in Louie ville Third annual Masons barbecue Uloverport August 11 C C Smith of Irvington was In town Sunday with friends Amos M Woods of Garfield was tthe guest bf Mils Ida Jarrett Sunday The public school opened Monday with Miss Eula Hensley as teacher MIls Adale Dowellof West Virgin is with her aunt Mrs G W Payne Cheap rates on Henderson Route to big Masons barbecue at Cloverpor Aucnst 11 Rev J T Lewis and family of Irvington are spending this week herewith friends Miss Lena Hensley of Hardinsbur who has been visiting her aunt Mrs R S Skillman has returned home4 Miss Luella Claycomb of Owens boro who has been visiting relative here returned to her nome Sunday Miss Llllie Scott of Louisville attended the imnstera meeting and was the guest of her auntMrs JHPayn Miss Zelma Lay left Saturday ifor Gas City Ind where she will spend several weeks with her brother H D LayFine music Held sports confetti merrygo round side shows baby show etc at trig Masons barber at Olovarport August 11 W G Haswell wife and little daughter of Hardinsburg visited their parents Mr and Mrs Geo Mo Uubbins the first of this week Chas Giwhuian formerly of Union Star who has been visiting relatives passed through our town Sunday en route to his home in Colorado Mrs RW Vftaghnn and her unol Dr Lane Helm of Lexington and Mrs Bate Waehlntgon of Imngtoi were the gdeets of Mr and Mrs LI Helm last week The ministers meeting held Fridttj Saturday and Sunday was largely attended Everybody seemed to enjoy I the able sermons and discussions de livered by the various brother There was plenty ot dinner on the I ground for everybody Thonka are extended to the ladles for their kind neee in preparing same A Perfect Painless Pill is the utie that will oleanss the af tern set the liver to notion remove tbe hale ulenr the complexion cure heal I ache and leave good taste in the l month The famous little pills for I doing snob work pleasantly and effectually are DeWitts Early RisersI Bob Moore of Lafayette Ind says I L 10 All other pills I have used grit and sicken while DeWitts Little Early Risers are simply perfect Sol 1 by all dru jgists I IRVINGTON Masonic barbecue August 11 e Mrs Roachs condition is improved Newsom Gardner left last werk for i the Worlds Fair Rev Graves has gone to Owensbon to visit his father Third annual Masons barbecue Glbverport August 11 Mrs Brady is expecting her father real soon to visit her Dr Moromau went lu Lonisvilh last week on business Mr and Mrs Brady and daughter left Tuesday for Louisville Mrs Recer of Stith ton was a visitor r at Mrs Colemans Sunday Mr and Mrs Charlie Redman and children are visiting in Guston Miss Iva Mudd of Louisville is atI home for a two weeks vacation Ferd McGebee and wife and Leon Smith Fpent Sunday in Stepnensport Miss Mnmie Aduisson of Lodi burg in visiting Mrs Sam Bassett Mrs Foreman of Hardinsbarg has been visiting her mother Mrs Thomas Miss Lela Junes of Louisville is yleitiun her cousin Mrs FranK Clay combMisses Bettle and Nannie McGehee returned from the Worlds Fair lust Wednesday f r George Casperke and wife of Brandenburg are visitors at Mr and Mrs John brakesI I Cheap rates on Henderson Route to big Masons barbecue at Clover port August 11 Charlie Stltb of Loulsvile formerly of Bewleyville Is visiting his danjh terMrs WE Brown Mrs Dan Wuils and children of Mitohel Ind are here for a two weeks visit among relatives Mrs J T Marshall was called to Vi Hardlnsbnrg very suddenly on ac count of the death of her niece i Mr and Mrs J T LewIs aud thil dren left Friday for tilephensport to attend the Fifth Sunday Meeting Bert Cunningham of Ohenault and I i rc- luwuvaa lrprtfeUlLuispay- t 11 nrlstWn nn give the farmers arlsiandlng in the business world they ezgdCklute h J jif1t1i UTIcuRA Do for Baby L EVERYTHING that is duns ing purifying and beautifying for the Skin Scalp Hair and Hands of Infants and Children CUTICURA Soap assisted by CUTICURA Ointment the great Skin Cure will surely do No person need go forth into the world tortured and disfigured by inherited humors of the Skir Scalp and Blood if CUTICUR REMEDIES have been used in childhood Skid throughout the world CMtatti Soap 13c Oi- lnnt iM RH4halIOc t In form of Choeoltell led Nil tile per rllof eelI Oepoto London tl Cbs 1 hone Sq i Fart S Rue d U palEI BoMon 1ST Columb AYe roltrr Drug a Chem Corp sole Props allllttuMIQ Fnllun wider of Alton Indhlve returned home after k few day visit here Mils Corn Lee Andersonof Gusto end her vimtor Miss Massey of Shelbyville are visiting Mr and Mri J L Henry Let everyone remember the prayer meeting next Thursday night at the Presbyterian church Mr Bate Hern- don is the leader Fine music Held sports confetti merrygoround side shows baby show etcat big Masons oarbeone at Cloverport August 11 Mitts Eva Herndcn wno has been visiting her sister Mrs J T Berry f Nashville Tenn for the past five months returned home last week nrTy dingsI his danghterAnni- of Louisville are just en route from the Worlds Fair They stopped off Here to remain a few days with relatives and friends Suicide Prevented The startling announcement that a preventive of suicide had been discovered will interest many A ruu dow system or despondency invalrabl precede suicide and something has been found that will prevent that con dition wnich makes suicide likely At the Bret thought of self destruction take Electriu Bitters It being a great tonic and nervine will strengthen the nerves and build up the system Its also a great Stomach Liver and Kidney regulator Only COo Satisfactioi guaranteed by Short Haynes Druggists BIG SPRING Masonic barbecue August 11 HMeyer went to Louisville Sunday Rev Russell is conducting a protracted meeting at Howe Valley Third annual Masons barbecue jloverport August 11 Miss Sophronia Clarkson of Eliza ethtown is here visiting relatives Miss Jennie Clarkson was called back to Jackson Tenu last Friday Miss Nell Stitu is visiting MIss lertha Brown and other friends at EkronMr Kinnardof Louisville was the guest of Miss Anna Kennedy last on day Dr Huifhines and Gabe Meador of Uizabethtown were down to the supper Cheap rates on Henderson Route tc big Masons barbecue at Cloverport August 11 Nan of Louisville is spending IIJim days with his parents Mr and Mrs JW Nail Mr and Mrs Hugh Buckler visited ber sister Mrs Mattinglyut Garrett aturday and Sunday Jim Moorman has sold his interest ini the drugstore at West Point and returned home Tuesday Mrs Ware and boys of Hopkins ville who have been visiting Mrs Stroth er have returned homo Messrs Sim Hagan Hayes Willet t aciflifrnisbar woodson t f entuckySFeretary1e National emocratic Committee at its meeting rougt the most the Ee n an fM I fip l nf r VT T At the closo of Judo 1 1nthe 30th day of T RESOURCES Loans and discounts 127025 82 Overdrafts unsecured SCO 64 Duo from National Hanks 8 S53498j Due from State Hanks and Hankers 18498 67 33780 R3 Banking house told lot 3784 71 Other stocks and bonds 00052 04 SpecIem 0405 SO Currency 0205 00 1201080 Furnlturoand fixtures 3 im 68 245604 43 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid In In cash t 45g2 00 Surplus Fund 7Ii OS Undivided profits 400 00 Deposits subject to chock on which Inter ost Is not paid 07004 68 Time certificates of do posits on which Inter a ost Is paid 1S4234 01 101233 eOf Unpaid dividends No CO 3 par ot declared this 1353 C day r Fund to pay taxes 649 ii SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of Indebtedness of stockholder company Qrt1rmlncludlnjtlnthollablJltY ofthe company or linn the liability of tune Individual members thereof directly or indirectly If such In llebtOOncss oxceedsu por punt Of capital stock actually paid in and actual amount of surplus or this bank 00 How lslndontednossstatd In above Item I secured Highest amount of Indebtedness of any director or ofllcor It amount of such Indebtedness exceeds 10 per cunt ot pnldup capital stock of bank 00 How Is same secured Does amount of Indebtedness of any person company or firm In eluding In the liability ot the comjj texceedv30 per cent of paidup capital and actual surplus No It so state mount of such In debtedness Amount of last dividend 3 per ot 135300 Were all expenses losses interest und tuxes deducted therefrom bo fore declaring dividend und WS- not less than 10 per cent of not profits of the hank for the period covered by the dividend carried to the surplus fund before said divi dend was declared Yes 945894 43 STAT II Or K SS County of JlreckenrldJrerI A H Sklllman Cashier of the HrecUen ridge Hank a bank located and doing busl rtiIIII the foregoing retort Ii In all respects a true statement of the condition of the said lank at the close of business on the 80th day of June 1901 to the best of his knowledge and belief and further says that the business of sold Hank has been transacted at the IOCH tfon named and not elsewhere and that the above report IKI made in compliance with an official notice received from the Secretary ofjj Stats designating the 30th day of June lPC as the day on which such report shllll be- made A H SKILIiMAN Cashier iAF L LIGHTFOOTl Subscribed and sworn to before me by A II Sklllman Cashier the 5th day of July 1804 CHARLES B SICILLMAN N P H C My commission expires Jan IK 1908 Clay MoGtiee and Ed Watts were the guects of Raymond Moorman last Sat urday and Sunday Miss Anna Kennedy of Louisville wno has been visiting her cousin Miss Zelma Strother returned borne Tuesday Fine music tield sports confetti merrygoronndside shows baby show etc at big Masons barbecue at Cloy erport August 11 Mr and Mrs T C Williams of West Point were here with her parents Mr and Mrs John H Madden lat Saturday an Sunday Dr John Kmcheloe ot Hardies burg was here last Satuaday in consultation with Dr atrother to see A R Norris who is quite ill Misses Minnie Fleming Woolfolk and Virgie Richardson of Ekron WAre here to the supper sad were the guests of Miss Olla Mae Clarkson Miss Lena Nevitt and sister of Louisville and the Misses Barring ton of Garrett were the guests of Mrs Jas Harned the night of the upper Owen Scott has returned to his a opted home Shawnee Okla He was kccompanlel as far as St Louis by his sister Miss Lula who will return i1 about ten days Guy Meador and wife of Elizabeth own bad Will Helby and wife of Ridge Springs were the guests bf John D Meador and wife last Saturday and Sunday Mrs H Meyer has returned from Louisville where she was called on count of the Illness of her father he brought a little nephew and a niece home with her- SummerA Cold A summer cold is not onlv annoying but if not relieved pneumonia will be the probable result by Fall One mute Cough Cure clears the phlegm draws out the inflammation heals soothes and strengthens the lungs and bronchial tubes One Minute Cough Oure is an ideal remedy for children Ttt is pleasant to the taste and perfectly harmless A certain cure for croup cough and cold Sold by all rnggists TARFORK Crops goodcorn excellent Masonic barbecue August 11 Health of commnnltr splendid Third annual Masons barbecue August 11 Mrs Jule Jackson of Tar Creek v1sited friends at Tarlork recently Miss Beulah Rice has returned from a visit to her brother Sam at Askins Miss Doris Tabeling made a visit to her brother Tom at Ruth this weelc geTI1ngao fl hey are looking 30 per cent better B P DAOOILIDIGTOMs r a otb 1 ce oars r eng legitimate lips 4 fL 15 lIfiaLat yf1tistlle bfi a ju made a visit to her daughter Mrs H Bates Cave Spring church is still incom plete We are in favor of a new car penter Perhaps the one employed may say Volo non valeo Fine mietc field sports confetti merrygoround side shows baby 8hosatc at bUt Masons barbecue at Gloverport August 11 Mies Josio Ryan began school at Ryans sohoolhouse Monday She has the distinction of holding a firstclass certificate and merits much praise I Sam Rice of Askinas Rupermten dent of the road working is out with full force and it is to he hoped he will put the road between here and Jolly In good condition Mothers Protect your children from the pain ot Mosqui to and Chigger bites Apply Para camph freely It relieves the pain draws out the fever and the inflam mation and prevents swelling If ap plied at night it prevents the mosqui toes biting HARD1NSBURG Masonic barbecue August 11 Ed Hook of Mattingly was in town Monday- W H Ball went to Louisville Friday on business Henry and Walter Moorman spent Sunday at Gloverport Third annual Masons barbecue Uloverport August 11 Miss Annie Jones is visiting Judge and Mrs Milton Board Mrs William McGill of JJpring Lick is here visiting relatives Arthur Scott half accepted n position as clerk in Gus Shellmaus store Deputy Sheriff Sam Bossett of Irvinston was in town last Monday Col E L Robevtpon of GlendeaUe J t r son PMIiIIuuIp Lieut David Murray Cloverport is visiting his father Gen David R Murray Cheap rates on Henderson Route to big Masons barbecue at Cloverport August 11 Abe Bruner and Thomas Gregory were in the city Monday on a business trip Miss Nnnnie Board of GarBeld was the guest of Miss Ava Lee Board last week Godfrey Ball of Louisville who has been visiting his mother returned home Monday Mrs V G Babbage of Cloverport was the guest of Miss Tula C Daniel last Thursday Attorney V G Babbage of OloverI port was hero a few days of last week on legal business Miss Emily McAteer of Louisville wns visiting at Mr and Mrs Taylor Beards last week Roland Smith of Stephensport was a visitor at Mr and Mrs W B Lennins Saturday Miss Annie Payne of Bewioyville is herA visiting her brother Jesse C Payne and family Miss Mary Adkisson of Webster was the guest of Mr and Mrs Joel H Pile during the Institute W V Bowmer of Louisville ito spending hIS vacation here with his mother Mrs R H Bowmer Miss Lottie Compton of Garfield was the guest of Mr and Mrs Paul Compton several days last week Gross Williams after a visit of sev oral weeks to relatives here returned to nis home in Hartford Saturday James H Gardner has begun the improvements on his storehouse Hook and Beard are the contractors Arthur Mattingly of Indianapolis and Jack Mattingly of Rome Ind are the guests of Mr and Mrs Robert Mattingly vile In tow several days Inst week 3 0010os +NOAe 1 000A00000000o0000000Q OOOOO O+Oo00- Aeoo0o000000000000000000000000ooos00oooo0eo0oo0000000 ii abbage Son ii ii 0 Iidi f and Saturday I r ii r i SpecIal SeJe S2 ifi + O 1++ + OONONO iiMens 150 Wool Hats ut 750ii i Mens 50c Straw Hats at 25c Mens 4ply Linen Collars 5c Mens 75c Percale Shirts at Ladies 25c Waist Sets 500II Ladies 1 C B Corsets All Calicoes iLight per yard iAll lOc Dress Ginghams per yard8c1 Bottle 50o Perfume 25c Mens 50c Suspenders 35c Childrens 25c Hose 15cGOc Ladies 100 Low Shoes Ladies 3200 Low Shoes 100 Boys 250 two piece Suits 125 Ladies 500 Mohair Dress Skirts 350 Childrens 25e Summer Caps 15c Snow Flake Flour per barrel 500 Cups and Saucers per set 3Uc Dinner Plates per set 300II 100100010 Table Tumblers per set NtN r HON MC BUTLER 3 ExUnited States Senator From South Carolina i S Senator M 0 Butler from EXU Carolina was Senator from that stato for two terms In a recent letter from Washington D C ho says Y lean recommend Pcrun for dys pepsia and stomach trouble 1 have been using your medicine for M short period and I feel very much relieved It Is Indeed a wonderful medicine besides t a good tonic M C Butler y Pcruna is not simply a remedy for a dyspepsia Poruna is n catarrh remedy Peruna cures dyspepsia because It It generally dependent upon catarrh of stomach If you do not derive prompt and thlIIfactory results from tho use of I write at once to Dr Hartman full statement of your case and he will l o pleased to give you his valuable a vice gratis A i Address Dr Ilnrthian Prcsldolit of t Tbe nurtman Sanitarium Columbus t0 Misses Nellie Moorman and May Dempster of Glendeane were then guests of Gen and Mrs D R Murray last week Estill E Sutton of Louisville came down Saturday to spend a few days with his family who are visiting Dr and Mrs J U Sutton Fine music field spirts confetti merrygoround side shows baby show etc nf big Masons barbecue ff- at Cloverport August 11 Mr and Mrs W G Haswell and daughter Mies Georgia Ma spent Sunday in Stephensport the guests fit of Mr and Mrs Geo W j Charles Cnsnraan ot was nere last week MolJubbnrfrfand frIend This is his si in four years He SAYS lwrrovements E flund3 11jj Masonic barbecue August J tt GIVE HOUSE PARTY e The following neople came up J from Owensboro Saturday afternoon Ion Dr Hugh KimblyB launch theISweetheart Misses Mary Lee Clark Mary Uilmour and Martha BnlanaaDr and Mrs Klmoly and Messr Will Overstreet Eugene Eglehart and Jas R Sklllman They were met at Lewisport by Misses Elizabeth and Margaret Skillman und 0 T Sk ill man who returned with them to this tits and entertained them to a house party Sunday at the home ot Mr and Mrs A B tirtillman The Owensboro party way entertained at dinner Sun day by Mr and Mrs Chas B Skill man the following other guests being present Misses Elizabeth Jarboe Lula Owen Elizabeth and Margaret 1 Skillman and O T Skillmant oaaTO XAgear theThe KM You Have Always BongH 3Igutue YIJPof 1 i Choice Milling Wheat WanleU I It We are today paying 90cts per bushel de livered on track Louisville for No2 Soft Red Winter Wheat and aim at all times to pay the l top market priceC- OMMUNICATE I WITH US BEFORE SELLING Ballard Ballard Co i AUG 2 1904 Louisville Kv J t 4 I S St THE BRE iEN IDLE NEWS Clover 4- ttl tit a ceireno a The O g Ctlt1vlCtbrStt i- w