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F u n i I it- r i 1 J j NEWSymi IIil1n s TJ CRUISER NOVIK SUNK Japanese Win Another Naval Victory and Without the Loss of A Single Man BOAT ONE OF PORT ARTHUR FLEET General Stoessels Report of the Recent Re pulse of the Enemy at Port ArthurDevel opements in the Eastern War SEVERE NAVAL ENGAGEMENTS ARE FREQUENT Tokyo Aug 22After a severe en gagement With the protected cruisers Chltose and Tsushima the greyhounds of the Japanese navy the fleet Rus sian cruiser Novlk has been vdn qulshed The fight occurred Sunday Afterward the Novik in a sinking con KprsakovakrThe details of the fight are not s known Jiere but it is evident that the Chltoso and Tsushima caught up with the Novik Saturday and that a run ning fight ensued The contest was i + resumed and terminated early Sun day morning Captain Sukelchlro Takahashi who is in command of the Ghitose reported the engagement in a brief telegram vrhlch reached the navy department here He says he first attacked the Russian cruiser Sat urday afternoon and that on Sunday morning he inflicted heavy damage upon her The Novik nearly sank but she was beached at Korsakovsk 11Temporary repairs rendered the Russian cruiser seaworthy and she continued to fight The Japanese suf fered no casualties The Imperial prince Yorlglto of the house of HlgoahlFusimi is second In command on board the Chltose Captain Sento commanded the Tsus Lima The fate of the crew of the Novik Is not known but it Is thought they abandoned their vessel and landed at Korsakovsk It is generally thought bore that the Chltose and Tusushima steamed in close to the Novlk and completed tho destruction Japanese Attacks Repulsed- St Petersburg Aug 22Emperor Nicholas has received the following message from Lieutenant General Stoessel commanding the military forces at Port Arthur dated Aug 16 The Japanese made a two days at r tack on our position on the Uglovia mountains near Louisa bay All their attacks were repulsed The Uglovia arelIn our hands The enemys losses were very great The following offi cers particularly distinguished them selves General Kondr tko Colonel Irmann Lieutenant Colonel Yolchlno and Captain Andrelff This morning y armyyour advanced post with a letter signed by General Nogi and Admiral Togo demanding the surrender of the fortress The proposal was of course r rejected I have the happiness to report l that the troops are in excellent i icondition and that they fight hero i1callY I Chinas Reply Unsatisfactory I f St Petersburg Aug 1 The Chi nese officials replied to Russias rep 1 resentations regarding tho Ryeshltel I nl but her reply la couched in general I terms professing friendship and the i desire to preserve the strictest neutral Ity It expresses disapproval of Ad mlral Sahs inability tp protect the Jlyeshitelni and represents that ho took all the precautions possible but could not prevent the night attack Tho reply also says ohe of the Jap anese destroyers was overhauled as F r he was leaving the harbor and that a protest was action In vjflw of which theJapanese captain proiuygd to return but did not do so The reply does not say the Ryeshltel His restitution was demanded Admiral Jessen Reports k St Petersburg Aug 19Emperor Nicholas has received a dispatch from i Viceroy Alexleff dated at Vladivostok Aug 17 saying t cruisers Rbs oftieala and Gromobol Vladivostok squadron returned to Vladivostok Aug 16 and communicating the report made by Rear Admiral Jessen com mimdar of the cnimdron The cruiser w r Rurik was lost in the engagement with Admiral Kamlmuras fleet on Aug 14 and the warships Gromobol and Rossla badly battered the former sustaining 11 breaches in her side Both cruisers had 135 men killed and 307 wounded Havoc Wrought by Jap Shells London Aug 18 According to the correspondent of the Dally Telegraph- at Chefoo refugees arriving there bring news ora serious condition of affairs at Port Arthur They say that Japanese shells have Ignited lighters In the docks which contained supplies- of coal resulting in a terrific confla gratlon Many of the buildings have been demolished and the hospitals are crowded Refused to Surrender Tokyo Aug l8It is reported that the Port Arthur garrison has refused to surrender and is disinclined to send out noncombatants Water Too Cold Dover Eng Aug 22S W Greas ley the third man to enter the water In the attempt to swim the straits of Dover this year gave up the trial afte an hour and a half owing to the extreme low temperature of the water Minister Bryan Returning London Aug 22 The Umbrla which will sail from Liverpool fo New York will take among her passengers Charles Page Bryan United States minister to Portugal i Suit of George Rice Trenton N J Aug 20 George Rice of Marietta 0 commenced suitIi In the United States circuit court for i 3000000 damages against the Standard 011 company for the alleged rain Ing of his oil business by the defend ant company Rice charges that the Standard 011 company compelled rail roads to charge his customers ex orbltant freight rates that the company opened grocery stores to breakdown i his competition and in other ways succeeded In taking away from him 4000 customers an oil refining j plant worth 750000 and a business worth 50000 a year This suit is brought under the Interstate com merce act of 1890 I TornadoI and de struction mark the path of a tornado I that swept down upon north St LoulllC and vicinity Two persons were killed II and more than 50 Injured while property was damaged to the extent o Jj 100000 The heaviest loss suffered- by 1 a single concern was the destruc tion accomplished at the Nledrlnghaus rolling mill The plant covers two squares In extent The big smokesta- cws Jj blown down and half the plant 1 was demolished entailing an estlmat ed damage of 25000 Six employes were Injured In this plant Held on Murder Charge Chllllcothe 0 Aug 20Mrs Ma caret Glndelsperger of Hanging Rock 0 was bound over to the grand jurf In the sum of 4000 by Squire John Drown of Paint township for first degree murder She is charged with killing her husband in 1895 Mrs Gin delsporger declined to take the stand I and no defense wan offered Bond was furnished A son of the murdered manjj filed the affidavit on which Mrs GinII delsperger was arrested Missing Boy Foundtt New York Aug 19 Antonio Ma nlno the 10yearold Brooklyn boy who was thought to have been kid 1 raped by members of the Italian Black Hand society was found In C lurabla street three blocks from his I home He was found by his uncle I Salvatore Mannlno The boy said he was taken from his home by two menc who lived in a large house He was wall treated y FUNERALS OF THE VICTIMS ARE HELD Remains of Riedel and Lishen Brought to This City for Interment Last Week PROPERTY LOSS ABOUT 50000 The funeral of Walter E Riedel of this olty who lost his life in the wreck on the Henderson Route at Spottsrille on Monday August 3 an account of whcih was given in the News last week was conducted from the Presbyterian church lust Wednes day afternoon The service at the church was conducted by Rev S O Cnristian The interment was at the city cemetery where the Brother hood of Locomotive Firemen took charge of the remains The funeral was attended by many people from this city Holt Louisville and other pointsThe body of Wallace Lishen was not recovered from the wreck until last Friday morning The remains were taken to Henderson and prepared for burial They were brought to this city on the afternoon train und taken directly to the city cemetery where the interment took place in the presence ol a large concourse of people including the K of P and A O U W lodges of which he was a member A short service was held by each of the lodges and by Rev S 0 Christian The inquests over the death of Riedel and Lishen sari of the unknown man und woman whose bodies were b and in the wreck threw little more Hgnt on the cause of the wreck than what was given in the News last week The veidict of the coroners jury was that Riedell came to his death bv the fall into Ureen river and that Lichens death was caused by drowning and burning His body was found under a hay press lying next to the engine Edgar Simmons and Estill Nation who live near Cloverport were among escapedrdeath They were returning from Tennessee where they had been at work and ran to the rear of the trai parrt of it was going to plunge into Ureen river All ol the wreckage has been re covered from Ureen river except engine No 10 which pulled the illfat ed train The actual property loss isi estimated at between 40000 and SCO 000 RESOLUTIONSOF RESPECT Whereas the Supreme Ruler of to unIverse has seen fit to remove our midst Brother Wallace Lisbon a member of Brecken ridge Lodge No 01 Knights of fythias let it be Resolved that this lodge has lost a faithful and worthy member the community a highly respected citizen Second that we extend to hl mother ahd brother our sincere sym pathy in their sad bereavement Third that our charter be draped in mourning for a period of thirty days and a copy of these resolutions be sent to the sorrowing family a copy to the Official Pythian World fo d spreedupon AM true Py thlun friendship Is u bond divine Ordained our natures to refine toyskResponsive a TO Much like the blooming of a rose That with pure fragrance overflows Also let us dedicate this shrine As holding somewhat the dlvlno A fit memorial of a friend Who tolled pure friendship to extend bindrI lived to love and serve mankind t A C Sheldon Committee JM Fifch Chas May Sr i A Sweet Breath is a never falling sign of a healthy stomach When the breath is bathe d stomach is out ol order There is no remedy in the world equal to KodolDyspepaia Cure for curing in digestion dvspepala and all stomach ont Wnlte Plalna Ky writes Ill have been a dyspeptic for years tried all tao grow worse By the use of Kodol I be ganto improve at once and after tak ine a few bottles am tally restored iin weight health and strength and can eat whatever I like Kodol digests what yoB eat and makes the stomach sweet Sold by all druggists NEWS OP INTEREST TO THE FARMERS Dr P W Foote Contributes WriteUp of Farmers Meetings Held at Irvington BENEFITS FROM ORGANIZATION The News has received the follow ing communication from Dr PVFoute of Irvington which will be of interest to the farmers among our readers IIA condensed report of two meet ings held by the farmers of this see Lion on August 5 and 13 for the pur pose of deciding if possible what brand of commercial fertilizer would pay best on our soil and what com pany or agent would make us the lowest price mny be ol Interest to your readers The house was called to order by Chairman Ashcraft to hear the report of the committee composed of F H ATcUehea Wm H Cain Jr and P W Foote About sixty farmers were present and many agents for the different brands of goods each ready to stand up avid tell that his was the lFSt The above committee after exam ing the certified chemical analysis of in the various brands registered in the State and obtaining the lowest bids from their representative agents re ported that all the concerns were turn fug out some high grade goods and at a moderate price but that none is making II higher grade of goods than the Armour Co and none that will sell quite as cheaply as the Armour Co through their agents the Irving tun Milling Co of Irvington The committee therefore advised fartneis to ask the Irvington Milling Co for prices on their Armour goods Before the adjournment of this meeting another committee composed of S C Dowell E H Shellman and T B Henderson was appointed to continue this fertiizor research and to solicit bids based on the nitrogen phosphoric acld and potash contents of the goods and to recommend the goods that ecnres the most plant allnthe firms bid each offering a little Jess than aver before but the Armour Co through the Irvington milling people were again successful and their goods recommended a second time whereupon the town partook of their good cheer a basket of luc Ions peaches Farmers it will pay you to ride many miles to attend these meetings for they are educational and brin haveusenhIs skull like other people do The workers thinkers and readers at tend terse meetings The men who are laboring for better prices for farm products are the men you meet here The men whose respect for theySwant to educate their orightest boy for the farm and the others for professions and clerkships are the men you meet hero This place could and should have a farmers club 200 strong and it montd ization should be effected and main twined Your wheat corn tobacco wool fruhs stock etc could be sold to much better advantage while your fertilizers machinery wagons buggies seeds etc could be bought much cheater Small annual dues of say 100 would provide ampl e tundra to pay our secretary to do th extensive correspondence this cln should impose provide stationery ana postage and pay for an occasIonal- ad in such journals as wool bring buyers for the things our cla had to sell For instance a five line ad in the Drovers Journal costing f1riO would bring a buyer for a l the cattle or mules of a certain ag or class in this whole section of conn try Likewise 00000 bushels of l could be sold to better advantage than this singe crop sell when and where yon please method can ever hope to be With this organization would come letters from Armour Swift and the various fertilizer concerns acldr sed to the president of the Irvington Farmers Club saying Goods in 100 ton lots 200 or 300 per ton f1less r I Big CrowdHad Fun And Paid For It Third Annual Masons Barbe cue in Skillmans Grove Was Big Success A Financially and Otherwise r Over 2000 People Attended 1 It was a crowd with plenty of money and it knew how to spend it too It was a welldressednnorderly and a fun mnking and fun en joying crowd that attended the third annual Ma sons barbecue in tIns city lostThurs day People were here from all points in Breckenridge and from Hancock Meade Perry and other neighboring counties Many touts just for the pleasure of the outing that a day spent at A big barbecue is sure to furnish Jut there were others and many of them too who came to greet old friends and acquaintances making it truly a name coming day for former residents of Cloverport hud Breokenndge county There wore about 2000 ott of town people on the grounds and in town during the day While the crowd was not an large as that at the second annual Masons barbecue it was a better crowd when it came to spending inoney and having a good time The barbecue was given in the beautiful Skillman grove just east of the city Here the big crowd in holiday attire found plenty of shade plenty to eat and drins and occa sionally a cooling northwest breeze And there was something to keep them amused most of the time Con fetti was truly the great fun maker These are briefly some of the ben efits to come to you through a farmers club that will never come from a single handed effort Various subjects could ne assigned at our meetings for discussion at the next meeting and in this way the interest kept up and knowledge disseminated It is strange to me indeed that you need any more reasons given why you should not at once organize a farmers club You snonld pour into Irvington trom ever direction get into the club and govt u work to buy cheaper and sell higher I mean this for you as well as for th otner fellow Who will lake the lead In this move Who will write a littl on this subject Who will join I organg shouldebe dropped t CARD OF THANKS Lodibnrg Ky Aug 8 1904 We de sire to express our sincere thanks to our neighbors and friends for their sympathy and kindness to us during the sickness and death of our mohter Mrs Martha A Keys We feel grateful fore very rind word nnd act that has been given us in thisonr sore affliction Father and Children To accommodate those who are par tial to the use of atomizers in applying liquid into the nasal passages for catarrbal tronolec the proprietors prepare Elys Liquid Cream Balm Price including the spraying tube iis 75 cents Druggists or by mail Tne liquid embodies the medicinal proper ties of the solid preparation Cream Balm is quickly aosotbed by the mem sacrae bb6 Warren St NY IN THE COURTS shantybwas police tsar t Saturday on the charge of petty lar jurylwas given t2G eand ton days by Squire Jno Jennings weept Bartley and Ole were taken to Har dinaburg Saturday afternoon and lodged in the county jail 1 A little forethought may sand you- no end of trouble Anyone who makes it a tale to Keep Chamberlains Cellc Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy at hand knows this to be a fact For sale by Short Haynes I Mr and Mrs L A Meyer hay moved to Louisville L but the merrygo round was the great feature the drawing card for the crowds When the crowds were not seeing the various attractions arrang ed for the occasion they were gather ed around the baud stand where they enjoyed a number of concerts which were given by the Commercial club band of Cannelton The biggest crowd was at the grounds in the afternoon when all the attractions were shown and the outoftown people had finished their barbecue dinner cooked in the old fae wayA runabout which wa s rattled off went to Dr W LMiIner of Union Star who drew the lucky number In the baoy show the prize a silver mug was won by the little daughter of Mr and Mrs Chas Hauiman of this city Everything contributed to the suc cess of the barbecue Although the days was hot and dusty in town and on the highways it was pleasant at the bnroectie grounds Very good order was kept by Marshal DeHaven and a number of deputies during the day A few slight disturbances which oc cured were not in the main crowd and of course did not lessen the en joyment of th e day 1 GAVE BALL THURSDAY h A number of the young men of the West End gave a ball at Uelzes hall Thursday night The ball was enjoyed by the local young people and a nom er from Hawesvllle Cannelton Glen deane Irvlngton Tobinsport Branden burg and other points who remained over from the Masons barbecue DeWItt Is the Name Hazeluevery box The pure unadulterated lieeWitts Witch Hazel Salve which foreeczemasand piles The popularity of DeWitta Witch Hazel Salve due to its many cures has caused numerous worth less counterfeits to be placed on the marKet The genuine bears the nme of E U DeWitt Co Chicago Sold by all druggists OWEN ANNOUNCES Dick Owen of Hancock ccanty has announced his candidacy for State Senator from this district cow posed of Meade Hancock and Brecken ridge counties in the Hancock Clar ion the Meade County Messenger and Breckenridge countys two capers FOR SCHOOL LIBARY Bewleyville Ky Aug 10SpedtlalThe ice cream supper conducted by Prof Phelps Walker was a succors A neat sum was secured which will be need in purchasing a school U orary Nothing on the Market Equal to Cham berlalns Colic Cholera and Dlarr hoe Remedy This fact is well known to druggists everywhere and nine out of ten will give their customers this preparation when the best la asked for Mr Obe Witmer a prominent druggist of Jbp 1m Mo in a circular to his casts merssaya There is nothing on the market In the way of patent medicine which equals Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for bowel complaints We sell and recom mend this preparation For sale by Short Haynes CASTORIAForI Thl Kind You Have Always BugM eS4- V J rII J T J y In I 4 pC A SOLDIER OF i COMMERCEr rII By JOHN ROE GORDONr I Copyright 1002 by F R Toombs c on CHAPTER XII thek THE SEARCH Fan TILE UOITriESTIIE HAYBOAT STARTSmjHARKA of Ashkar pretended i to waken from a deep slum her as four soldiers led by n subordinate officer came rushIIIng JHoJ l thshoutedr Masters I am here said Charkat rubbing his eyes and blinking in the IIIlightnl- What lies blAnAssisted111 he escaped from the prison at Titus of with cllonreWeilNo you 1lgstAm I then the piCursesWhy am I awakened with those shouts I am a peaceful man from Ash j kar trying to sell my hay Oh tour hay shouted ono of the soldiers with a laugh With the busi ness of finding n prisoner of state on our minds wo must think of your hay As he spoke ho thrust his bayonet deep Into till hay By the gods exclaimed another that is an ideal This man Is from Astrakhan and would no doubt assist the Auuriciin to escape Shut y ur mouth fool said the of fleer TlHW is no American It was a Russinik who escaped Pardon I forgot But the Astra khans do not love the czar how niucli you love the czar re plied Clmrka It Is fear not loyalty that nuiUrs you curse me and stab my hay Bj heaven we will stab you What did you some to Tolls for To sell my hay It has been purchased ibut not yet paid for Insolmt pig And do you think we vault liny from you ItII11 lor beasts of a higher class 1 keep my iny said Charka calmly- A YI rllIo V of curses answered him and a bnjonct pricked his leg have the hay said the olDcer Thfy may be hiding in it Burn the bay laughed a soldier that willi settle it Burn it if you dare I have some L thing in my pocket r 1 A pistol which yaw would use on the soldiers of the ciwr rxo n passport to safety signed by the governor At U rot burn his Lay shouted the ottit r a1 out of the soldiers made a el light Iy twisting a wisp of the hay into ilie iiMine of the lantern We are ufuT prisoners We do not wish to run of againstj tilt passport TJI siMiiTs were crawling over tho hay ji aiming their bayonets deep Into it The olllrer was slashing it with his saber Logs ot Muscovites When I get my money 1 will nut stay In this place What is tluitV demanded the officer turning on Clmrku You call us dogs we who are your musters lou should tell the uiollnh that He would beI ploused Are you U follower of the mollah T Who else It Is so written Char ka of Ashkar was never false to the faith Thou leave Tills The governors passport will save you from harm but in the name of the czar I command lug you to depart at once There will then be no chance of your doing mfschlef We know the fugitives ore not with you now But if they catne you would give them shelter I say truly I would do so If they came Loosen your boat from its moorings and take yourself to the Caspian But my hay Is already sold It is robbing no ono There is plen ty of hay und you say the payment ty has not been made Go or I will for 4get the passport With assumed reluctance Charka went to the door of his box into which 1 two soldiers had gone to investigate e and came out with two sleepy Astra khans Behold the loving acts of the czar 1 1our master said Charka to his men We have sold our hay but before payment is made we are commanded to to go to tho Caspian It will destroy the hay There will I L be no profit from the fair said one h M Profits You want profits from a fair and yet follow the mollah againstf the czar returned one of the soldiers Charka made a sign The men at once began releasing the boat amid t j the shouts and cries of soldiers and dls turned boatmen all along the river Hundreds of soldiers flocked along the wharfs Invaded boats routing out f men and women that they might In t Ij spent the most secret places I II Charka grumbling and with muc make believe anger slowly got under way The soldiers laughed as the hay lT boat began slowly to descend the stream The boat was a most crude fnanlr Its only means of propulsion 1was a great lateen sail useless on this h quiet night So the men resorted t 0tlong poles and tho big boat craw1edj along the bank The search throucbout Tifil wont I r l uencrnis ana coionuis amity 01 them Informed for the first time that abductor of Yours Blartelkls was n American Joined in the hunt Ofll ccrs In the brilliant uniforms they hind worn at the ball rushed with those in working garb and searched bazaars coffee houses and churches There was n square foot of ground in Tlills was not searched nor a building at was not mitered Mystified balled and enraged Jur nleff raved and cursed as he paced the rison corridor But while he raved soldiers searched Charka and his continued slowly down the river daylight Charka had mode twenty and tied up at the rotting wharf n small town Leaving his men in he went ashore to buy food He turned with a sufficient supply for the and time boat went on A little launch containing soldiers came up behind him Who are your demanded the ofll ccr Why do you leave Tiflis with aloud of hay The markets are there There are no markets for me said Charka with a sad wall Many days I took the precaution to bring nth purse hero 1 spent on the journey Many nights I lay nnd thought of my profits I fast when I reached Tiflis there came a merchant who owned five cams He purchased the hay and prom ised to come and talus it away and pay me for it But alas time soldiers t the czar came In tho night and II drove me away I nm Chnrka of Ash I kar They said that because 1 follow the mollah I am not fit to sell hay to canals Enjoy yourself fanatic Go askthe mollah to buy your hay lie has ninny I camelsAye I and men and guns muttered Charka ns the launch sped on Have you Been two escaped prison ersZ came bad n voice I have seen many men No one In formed me he was an escaped prisoner One was a woman I Then let a woman hunt It is the only way A curse for his insolence cone float 1 buck The munch continued down the river In the little box of a house Cbarku prepared a meal Before he or his men partook of anything he called to the refugeesIt safe lie said The launch Is out of sight and we arc passing swamp lands where there are no villages or farms We shall meet no one Come 1 from under and eat It may be some time before you reach n place of safe I I Harvey was the first to appear and then the shining boots of Alma came wriggling from under the hay They I looked into each others eyes and laugh d It was so good to bo tree They went into the little house und ate the meal Chnrka had IJrepuredcc Charka you have done well said I Alma I tool the precaution to bring my purse In It you will find enough 1 pity outor your hay I Charka took the purse and opened ItII The shining gold brought a gleam toJJ his eyes Let them ask again he said You have kept your word with Charka No Muscovite dog shall take you from tblsII boat while I am alive Good Charkal said Alma It Is so j good to find a faithful trlendICHAPTER XIII THE STORM ON THE CASPIAN days and two nights they Two thus traveling con hstnntly Two of the men did the poling whIle the third j man slept At times under too cover of favoring darkness Harvey would emerge from his hiding place and pursuIngIRussians Irons assisted with the boat give ono of the hardworking Astra a rest On the third day they saw a boat overhauling them HZa auio traoa wall under vurw Hit that boat has passed us said Harvey null uu uu muse it out to oe unar Uar It was n long low vessel without masts with high bow and stern It was propelled by tour rowers two on each side and a fifth man sat In the stern with n paddle to steer We have nothing to tear from that said Charka That Is a Turkish en ylk Some rich merchant perhaps from Constantinople has brought his plensII ure boat all the way to the fair Think of carrying a boat across landI That may be so or not said Har vey A boat might be built at Tlflis after the Turkish model It Is suferI for us to be out of sight The long boat come on rapidly and Harvey and Alma again crawled under the hay Charka grumbled enviously as he saw time four rowers bending to their task Time Turkish cnylls seemed more anxious to avoid time uayboat than Charka was to avoid the cayik It steered to tho opposite side of the riv er the efforts of the rowers were doubled and nt a burst of speed It went byAt night they were within sight of the village of Salaln Though It was a dark night Charka who had the lives of his passengers In mind forbade them coming from under the hay Time steamboat of the Muscovites has not yet returned up the river he said It Is lying nt Salaln to wntchI time boats that go out upon tho Cas plan This was too much for the inquisitiveness of Harvey He crawled to the edge of the hay to observe what was going Oa- Charka he said that Turkish boat Is up to something I notice the Russian is going to Intercept It Theres business of some kind going on Get nearer that we may hear the conver sationAs they came opposite the lights of time town they sow the Russian boat shoot out from the land and In the ra dius of the strong electric light l n her bow sow tho cayik evidently trying to escapeThey are after the Turk We are In for it too walled Charka Keep a cool head Clmrka said Harvey Remember a precious life de pends upon your shrewdness- I know Stop where you are cause n voice from the Russian We will Inspect you Knowing the uselensness of refusing Charka made his way toward the launch which had now steamed up alongside time cayik It is true most excellent sirs a Turkish voice from the cayik was say Ing I am an Osimuill It Is also true that I am Hail Effendl who once acted as merchant In those goods the men of Georgia and Circassla had to sell I stole nothing but when a fa timer wished to place his beautiful daughter in tho house of a wealthy prince I carried on the negotiations But that is all done Even the other day a girl was stolen but It was an American not an Osmanll who stole herYes and we want that American now growled the olilccr In command What have you in those sucks Nothing excellent sir but some of the goods I took to the fair and which dhl not sell I shall return to Astra bad and thence to Constantinople by way of the caravan Go on said the officer and the cayik shot away Now you said the officer to Char ka Hello It is that slow old hay boat Well my friend where are you going I too my master am going to As trnbnd said Charka Does every one who goes to the fair at Titus go from timers to Astrabad Not rail excellent captain but at Aftrabad there are many caravans gathering and I can sell my hay The camels need it To ascend the Volga to the big fair at Nijnl Novgorod would take too long Go on There will be a fine min gling of races at Astrabad No finer than at Tltlls said Charka as the hayboat slowly drew away The scum of the earth and the cream were at Tlllis The launch turned back to the wharf where it had been lying Charka felt that he was safe and as there was a slight breeze he raised his sail He had but one thing more to fear he reasoned and that was a Russian gunboat Boatloads of hay were not In fretiient on the Caspian and he felt assured that it would not be difficult to hoodwink the captain of the gunboat Under sail the boat made better progress and was soon out on the Caspian where in the inky darkness nothing could be seen The slight wind that had promised so well soon died away and the boat now in deep water where the poles were useless was almost helpless Its big lateen sails flapped against the rude masts and the men grumbled This was not getting to Astrubad and they hud had enough of watching over the lives of a Muscovite woman and a mon from what they con sidered another World The bout got into u current that carried it out far ther and farther and Harvey feelin secure in the darkness called to Alma to come out from her biding place They sat together In the little deck house waiting for the breeze that must surely come sooner or later By this time they are well in pur suit said Alma with ashudder It la death to be taken n w- It would have been death at any time my darling We must bo cheer ful Jjjvlsb we had a cayik instead of this old hayboat The cayik is faster dear M Irons but would it be as safe 1 fear that a storm is coming In that little boat I would be afraid j- JXlt Id taKe ray cnaocea in gnat as MKM as In this old sulk and there would be the additional advantago of getting somewhere before the storm came Ah M Irons it is a long way across the Caspian I urn aware of that Alma Ive been long enough trying to make the trip Even now I am a good many days from my windmills- I fear you will never see them again dear M Irons Not see my windmills again Why Ill sell them at the big fair at Nijnl Novgorod Surest thing In the world my darling Well take our wedding trip out of my commissions But dont call me M Irons Call me Harvey That Is my name as yours Is Alma But we do notIt Is not like Rus sian girls You are a Russian girl no longer dear As soon us we get to n place where there Is an American missionary who cart perform the ceremony or an American consulate you will be my American wife and the Russian guns can thunder all they please Hello Whats up now Suddenly the delayed wind had come In squalls It whistled through the ropes and one snapped Charka could bo heard outside cursing and bawling out orders to his men lIar vey went to the door and tried to see in the darkness The boat began to move rapidly through the water and careened to one side A flash of light ring showed him the three men hard at work trying to control the sails The storm you feared has come lit tle girl but do not be afraid Ill go outside and sue what I can do to help Can I be of use ho asked raising his voice to a shout Use Yes you cnn be of use bawl ed Charka Help me timid my men Clmrkas voice showed his agitation Ills omen were working like beavers to unite the rope that had parted Harvey assisted and soon the sail was bellying out before the steadily growing windNow cried Clmrka exultingly as the old boat gathered speed Now the Turks cayik would not be so fast But his jubilation came too soon A sudden gust of wind tore the rope he was holding froth his hand and one that had been fastened to a pin at the side of the boat snapped with n report llie that of a pistol It cracked two or three times In time air and then wound itself around Charkns neck A smoth ered curse came from him as he struggled with the rope As Harvey stepped forward to assist him the sail gave an extra pull and Charka was dragged over the side of the boat into the sea A cry came from him as he sank and his men muttered their prayers as they stood shivering realizing the uselessness of trying to aid him Dont stand there like Idiots shout ed Harvey Youve got n small boat Get it into the water and save Char hat cannot be done cried one He Is already loft far behind Get out time bout and I will go with you to rescue him No not you You are the one who brought this upon us Many times have we sailed upon time Caspian but never before did this timing happen to us It serves us right for taking an unbeliever and a Muscovite woman on the boat That was our curse Nonsense Gut out the boat The two consulted n moment speaking so low that Harvey eould not hear We will go to rescue Charka said the one who hud done time talking But you cannot go You would bring us another curse Harvey went into the cabin to get a lantern With the aid of this he watch ed the two men get the small bout otTo look well for him lIe was a good nun sold Harvey He was cane the answer as the tiont moved off We shall not return tit will oat remnln on a boat with a Arc you rending our serial story l Do you remember the little things that rave us so much pleasure when we were young With what zest did we sit down to the table after our play was over and eat the mush add milk our mother put before us But as we get older it takes more to give us pleasure Mush and milk no longer tastes good to us and our digestion may be impaired Thrbest advice we can give to such a person is to tone up the stomach with Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery It is natures most valuable and healthgiving agentmade without the use ofalcohol It thegof natures vitality as in the fields and woods This remedy has a history which speaks well for it because it was given to the public byDr R V Pierce rounder of the and Surgical Institute at Buffalo N Y nearly bydl11Jifi1JtsSome medicines tonics or compoundslen Joy A large sate for a few pear from the public attention but Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery baa andfseveral generations ina family and its in creased sales year by year coating from the recommendations of those who have tried approveEverystomach that we know of contains alcohol but Dr Pierce guarantees that no alcohol to contained la aw Medical Discovery J r 1 Muec vlt woman and an unbeliever We do not wish to kill so we leave Harvey stood aghast Alone be could not handle the sails He shouted to them to come back but they paid no attention to him Ue returned to Alma The fools have left usl Charka was thrown overboard by a broken rope and 1 told them to go in the small boat to rescue them They took the boat preferring that In the storm to remain lug on this boat with us They say my darling wo have brought a curse upon them Time wind howled The boat shivered as it was driven along at increasing speed The timbers surely would not hold together long 9 My darling t What a terrible experi I ence for you said Harvey taking her in his arms It Is impossible to con trol the boat The only thing I can do is to try to cut away the sails Dear Harvey I will help you But they had nothing save tho sword of the Inspector general of prisons with which to work With this they hacked at a few ropes they could reach but the sails were held by ropes that Und wound themselves around the masts One mast broke and fell to the deck It was beyond tHe power of both to move It Time speed of time boat seemed to be none the less for the loss of that mast The rain now came down in torrents Time boat rot ked and rolled and the waves swept completely over It We cannot remain here said liar vey We must climb up on the hay They soon had a perch in the hay which they kept by clinging to the cords that bound It to keep Jt in place Ono of Harveys arms was around the girl They rushed along hour after hour each moment fearing that the boat would sink or turn over Suddenly there was a loud crash The re maining mast broke and went plung ing into the sea The boat lurched frightfully and it now seemed impos sible for it tp live in the foaming wa tern much longer Darling one cried Alma My dearest sweetheart Kiss me Tell me once again that you love me and with your strong arm around me I nm con tent to die He kissed her passionately- It is hard my beautiful darling to die when liberty is almost ours I But I see no hope The boat Is filled and must surely sink If this be Gods will let us not cry out against it Kiss me again God grant that this may not be our last farewell CHAPTER XIV TUB LOVERS ARE SEPARATED cessation of the storm JIitEJ the old hayboat still but the two lovers on of tho hay were In a precarious condition Time wind and rain hind chilled Alma and she snuggled close to Harvey for warmth My darling he said as be hugged leer close This is Indeed a terrible experience for you RnthOr would 1 havfc remained in the prison at Tiffs than subject you to such peritlV Dear one they would have killed you and that would have killed me Is it not better for us to die together if we must die Yes It Is better but since time old hulk and its load of hay have survived the worst of the storm we may yet run across a bout that will pick us up Let us hope so They spoke little as they huddled to gether on tune hay Each was strain ing to hear the faintest sound that might como from over the water HarkI said Harvey Dearest did you not hear something- I fancied I hopedI heard a shout Can it be that Russian boats are out after us so soon mud in that storm The Russians would not be shouting I fancy it Is some one in distress Perhaps the Turks In that cayik are shouting for help With clasped hands they waited through the dark hours of the early morning Dawn began streaking the east Harvey strained his eyes to pierce the scarcely perceptible light Not more than 200 feet from them was a long low hull that seemed at rest The hum of voices could be heard as the wind and rolling current carried them nearer Wo are saved cried Alma and she wept on his breast Ho there shouted Harvey at the top of his voice Whoever you are help usl- What 1 is the voice that speaks out of the darkness came a shout In the name of Allah tell usl Then above the other voice there rose cries of Allah I Allah III Allah Mob ma Mohammed Rcsoul Ullah Mohammedans and most likely Turks said Harvey Yet that does not sound like a Turkish voice But any port In a storm As the dawn increased and the old hay barge floated nearer the other boat Harvey could distinguish dark forms lined up along the deck rail He seemed to recognize that long low block hull A rope was thrown to him and he caught It after several at tempts Those on board the vessel drew the hayboat toward it Who ore you came a voice In a Jargon that Harvey happily under stood Wo are castaways on a wreck he answered trying to produce a comb nation of tongues that these men could understand He had been long enough in the east to know that when one crossed a frontier ho did not at once leave time language of one country behind him and find a totally distinct tongue of another in use The people who trade across a 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treated his enemies in a coarse way Any man who had offended him Whistler would rap sharply ever the shoulders with his cane and taen by the time the sufferer had recovered the master would be In toe next room explaining to every one how be had Just felled his enemy Once he caught a mnn with whom he was for the moment enraged washing his face With out a moments hesitation Whistler dashed the unfortunate head straight into the basin of water and while the toe was endeavoring to clear the soap from his eyes to see the cause of this sudden Immersion Whistler was In the smoking room setting the men there Inn roar with the account of his adven tures When I first met Whistler ho was in the act of searching for a man who had dared to criticise his Venetian etchings If you want to see some fun Menpes he said come with me Fortunately the man had been warned and was nowhere to be found The Fable of the Four Men- I got off a street car this morning said a doctor to me and being In no hurry I began moralizing on the ac tions and probable character of three men who had alighted Just ahead of me The first one was even then halfway down the block and was going on with such rapid strides that he had already put a couple of hundred yards between himself and the next man There thought I goes a hustler a man whos bound to succeed in life The second man was walking rather slower and Impressed me as one who would do fairly well perhaps In this world lint the last fellow was Just dawdling along In the most shiftless sort of way I very quicklyI set him down for a loafer Just thon another Idea carne home to me All three were ahead of met Hubert McBoan Johnston In Success A Strange Accident Some tlmo ago a man fell dead In a crowded street of San Francisco The hospital surgeons were astonished to find that ho had died of what to be a bullet wound In hid nplearedI hundred people who witnessed the ac cident were ready to testify that no firearm had been discharged at the time An examination exposed a small pebble in the mans brain For a long time the case was a mystery until an ingenious detective solved it with nn explanation which he proved by experi ment The wheels of a heavy dray had Jammed the pebble against the steel rails of the car track and then din charged It up Into the air with such terrific force that it crashed Into the brain of the passerby as if it had been a bullet Ihnkeipcnre ns an Actor About the year 1590 one of the Lon don companies received an addition in the person of a young man who was not only a skillful and useful actor but who also possessed the accomplishment of being able to adapt older plays to the taste of the times and even proved to have the gift of writing tol erably good plays himself though older and Jealous colleagues might hint at their not being altogether original This young man whose capacities be came of no slight use to the company and the theater was named William Shakespeare From A History of Theatrical Art A Cheerful Llnr One time the late ameer of Afganls tan asked the English diplomatic agent at his court to give a description amid a circle of Afghan boys of the largest gun in England The Englishman de scribed the 100 ton gun and when he had finished the ameer observed to his admiring subjects I have seen a gun the cartridge of which was as largo as the gun which has Just been described to you It would never do for an ameer to be astonished much less to confess himself beaten Had No IIimlneHN to Know Elderly Aunt Gwendolen you shock me when you talk of a wedding being pulled off You ought to be ashamed to use prize fighting slang in speaking of so solemn a thing as a wedding Young Niece You misunderstood me Aunt Hepzlbah I said the wedding had been put ofT But how did you happen to know that pulled off Is prize fight Ing slang Chicago Tribune lie Couldnt Tell The editor of an English paper recently received a fine chicken which he supposing It to be a token of appre- cIation from a 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BreckenrldRe and Meade subject to the t r action ot the Democratic party FOR REPRESENTATIVE o are authorized to nnnoxmco Selby ft + WMcCracken as a candidate for Representative from BreckenrldRe county subject Itc tho action of the Democratic party h 1 All our correspondents are requested l 1tosend in their communications for I tho issue of August 31 A fffteen hors power engine has been installed IIn the News office to take the place of the old one and the News will be issued on time hereafter As a balky gas engine has made it impossible to b run our typesetting machine during the past two weeks much personal and news matter of local and county interest has to be omitted in the issues of August 10 17 and 24 which are being gotten out this week Dick Owens announcement for tne state senate appears in our an nouncement column No words of OUts can add anything to Dicks J Nearljtevery man woman and child in Breck enrulge county knows him He is ti- theI manner born and needs no intro duction He is a trao blue Democrat and a fighting one He comes from one of the best families in the county and is known for his good sterling qualities honest worth and true man hood He is deserving and should and we believe will have the hearty endorsement of every Democrat in Breckenridge county Heres looking at you Dick and if you dont down the Red Fox and run him into his hole we will always thiuk you ought r torWe announce in this column the candidacy of S H McCracken fox the office of Representative of Brecken ridge county Mr McCracken is a home man selfmade progressive aspiring He is a shop man and master painter at the railroad shops He entered the shops several years ago as an under painter and by close attention to his business has reached his present position as t Hisfsomely painted coaches yon see on the Jr Henderson Route is tbe work of his hands and brain He is a man of progressive ideas He stands for II good schools good roads home and p state development He is not a I kicker against railroads hnd corpora tions He has worked for corpora l tions long enough to find out that they are not soulless and that if you treat them fair and right like they t were people you can get along with them Mr McCrucken ia a Democrat but not a fool Democrat He be- Haves in Democratic principles when the man behind them carries them out He stands for the man and and his convictions rather than for party He is not one of these yel low dog Democrats He has not al ways taken his medicine straight But he claims to be as good a Demo as the best and from our point- Y we think be is Mr Me j jcratJ is a member of the school and city council and so tar as we know has discharged his duties faithfully and well We think nnd believe he will make il a fairly good representative not the best as he says himself but he will endeavor to give the people the best in his shop according to ability and p experience Mr McCracken has a fair start for the nomination He has the endorsement of the machine at Hardinsbnrg and his Democratic trlends at home and a good Rep- abltScrofula itjas to cause little if any disturbance during the whole period of childhood bi It may then produce Irregularity of the Stomach and bowels dyspepsia catarrh and marked tendency to consumption before manifesting itself in much cutaneous eruption or glandular swelling It Is best to be sure that you are quite free from it and for Its complete eradica tion you can rely on Hoods Sarsaparilla The best of all medicines for all humors Y j t t THIS R nn 9IB sure to Y lIVE- Satlsfaotlon aIvet I It cleanses soothes and heals the dis eased membrane 11 FEYcures t In the Head quickly It is absorbed lies8 and Protects the Membrane Restores tbie Senses ot Taste and Smell Full size Me a drujrcists or by mall Trial Size lOc by mall ELY BKOTHfins MWarren Street N Y can in the Bewleyville district where he lived for a time bas offered him his buggy and his services tc cauval- the i district HARDINSBURG L S Braxton a respected coloredI man died Monday night of Iwalking typhoidJLucy Dunn of Glendeane was adjudged a lunatic Saturday and tak en to Lakeland asylum The colored conference last week was largely attended by visiting min- Isters and religIous workers among the colored people Judge Miller married Perry Chan cellor of HancocK county and Miss Nole Chancellor of BrftckenrldRe county in the county clerks office Monday EKRON- T J Payne and Z T Cox wentC to Louisville Monday to purchase material for the new church here Chas Payne and wife of Louisville her here visiting his brother and sister T J Payne and Mrs fcd Bun gerMrs Lon leafua visited her sister Mrs Gilliland neat Cloverport lastC week t Mrs J F Woolfolk and daughter- Miss Minnie spent several days last week visiting friends in Cloverport- Ed Burch of Louisville and his mother Mrs Burch of Pnynesvillfl were guesta of Dr Burch and wife Saturday night and Sunday Lee Harrington and wife of Arkan sas are visiting his sister Mrs Ollie Board Mr and Mrs 0 C Richardson of Gnston spent Sunday with Mrs Blant ahacklett Miss Virgie Richadson is visiting friends in Cloverport Mrs Tom Roberts returned Sunlay fom an extended visit to her daught er Mrs Pusey in Chicago Neam Dowell and family are at home They report having a delightful trip and visit to the Worlds Fair nud other parts of Missouri Will Dowell and two nephews Mr Bowres of Grnyon county spent sev eral days last week here the guests ofr Mr and Mrs Bob Dowell Mrs Mary Payne of Louisville came down Sunday night to spend a few days with friends and relatives Mr and Mrs Z T Cox spent FrI- day with Mr and Mrs Tom Payne Mr and Mrs Mace Simpson and the Misses Gray spent Sunday and Monday at Gnrnettsville Mr John Lancaster of Arizona is visiting his parents W H Frymire went to Louisville uesday MYSTIC An infant child of JM Basham of this place is quite sick Miss Kittie Millerof near Lodibnrg is very sick Roll Miller went to Illinois last week The school at Poplar Grove opened August 1 with twentysix pupils Lee Beauobnmp gave a dance last week which way well attended Mr and Mrs Eli Robbins and Miss Lena Adkisson attended the iceI cream supper at Sample Saturday nightMrs Ben Beauchamp and daughter Miss Myrtle visited Mrs Lee Shan itt Lodibnrg Sunday Misses Gertrude and Annie May Keys went to Raymond Sunday to visit Mrs John Mercer and Mrs Julius Dutschke Miss Narrate Payne of near Lodi burg is visiting her aunt Mrs BettieI Norton of near Hardinsbnrg Herbert Baysinger was the guest of Miss Ethel Bnshum of Lodibnrg SundayMiss Hattie Cashman has returned frm Fnyettsville W Va Carl Payno and sister Miss Nannie visited their sister Mrs Frank Hull of Raymond Sunday Miss Lillian Adkins of Sample visited her sister Mrs Lee Beauch amp several days last week Forest Beanohamp made a trip to Dnviesa county on business one day lust week Mrs Jno Bark and children of imsville were the gnsete of Mr and Mrs WH Bowmer last week BUNCHED PARAGRAPHS Relating to Affairs in This and Adjoining States Federal Officer Shot by Moon shinerSerious Political Dissensions sLexington Ky Aug 18 Deputy Internal Revenue Collector J L McCoy was seriously injured by being shot by moonshiners at the head of- the Licking river After a weeks search he and two other men found a still in a ravine and as McCoy was attempting to demolish It with an ax he received two loads from a shotgun one hitting him on tbe head the other In the back A charge was made on the ambuscade and the moonshiners retreated before a volley of revolver shots General Strike Anticipated Knoxville Tenn Aug 22Presi dent T J Smith of district 19 United Mine Workers of America left for In dianapolls to attend a meeting of the national executive board on Tuesday Firmly believing that no compromise will bo reached in this district and that a general strike will occur on Sept 1 President Smith will ask for a weekly allowance of 25000 for the district during the progress of a strike There are 8000 union miners in the district and they believe they can take 4000 nonunion men out with them If this is true the allowance means that each family will receive about 2 per week Hunter Awarded Certificate Middlesboro Ky Aug 18TLe Eleventh Republican congressional committee met here and gave a certifi cate of nomination to W Godfrey Hun ter but instead of settling the dull culty between him and the Edwards faction it looks that the action will bo hilt the beginning of a memorable fight Only 11 of the 19 members of the committee were present and they declared Dr Hunters majority to be 119 Judge Faulkner of the Laurel cir cult court had issued an injunction prohibiting the committee from meet ring here to make the cQunt but the in junction was disregarded Lack of Mounts Louisville Ky Aug 18Social and amusement events predominated dun ing the third day of the biennial en campment of the Knights of Pythias The principal event of the day was to have been the annual review and inspection of the Uniform rank by General Carnahan and staff but owing to tbe poor quality of horses offered by the contractors and the trouble in see curing mounts even for the officers of the day the parade review was aban doned Much disappointment was shown both by the public and the knights at this turn of affairs Miners Strike Madisonville Ky Aug 20 Two hundred coal miners went out on u strike at the United States coal mines at Sturgis Ky It is said more may follow The company is making ef forts to Install nonunion labor All the coal mines at Sturgis have been strict Ily union The United States mine closed down on account of the strike Referred to Judge Gray Wheeling W Va Aug 22T L Lewis national vice president of the United Mine Workers ot America received a telegram from the concilia tion board at New York that there will be no strike in the anthracite coal region All questions have been referred to Judge Gray and his inter pretation will be final Killed by Folding Bed Lexington Ky Aug 22Mrs Lydia Portwood 50 was entrapped in a folding bed In which she was sleeping with her daughter The frame of the bed struck her at the base of the brain causing an entire paralyses of the body She was taken to the hos pital where she died The daughter was uninjured Republican Split Hinton W Va Aug 22The Re publican congressional convention held here split and resulted in the nomination of both J H Gaines pre sent congressman from this district and William Seymour Edwards both of Kanawha county The fight has been on for many months Bishop Joseph S Keys Southern M E Church writes We gave Dr MOffetts 1EETHINA Teething Powders to our little grandchild with the happiest results The effects were almost magical and certainly more satisfactory than from anything we ever used TEETHINA Teething Powder Counteracts and Overcomes the Effects of the Summers Heat Fatal Collision Chicago Aug 18In a collision oe tween an express train on the Chicago Great Western railroad and a train of three trolley cars f6ur people were killed another fatally hurt and 23 severely injured Merchant Suicides Columbus 0 Aug 18Frank Daw sona young business man committed suicide at his home by shooting The motive for the deed is not known r1 i t s io OKAND ARM- Y4isieiW of heFtess Iteet 1etua kprmpiieat BoBtoa Aug 18 Detweea 1900 Md 1400 delegate were present whea Ule annual convention of the Grand Army was called to order in Symphonic hall The feature of the proceedings was the reading of a letter from President Roosevelt expressing regret at his in ability to attend the encampment In his letter the president referred to the acquisition of the Philippines and declared that it Is only under the Amer- Ican flag that the people of the Islands can preserve the public order the individual freedom and the national well being John C Black delivered the annual address of the commander it chief and the reports of the adjutant general and quartermaster general were circulated The business transacted was principally of a routine nature Grand Army Men Overcome Boston Aug 17If anything were needed to prove that the Grand Army of the Republic is still in fact a mighty hostit was to be found when with half a million civilians looking on 26000 survivors of the Union forces of the civil war assembled herefrom all sections of the United States marched through the streets of Boston Five and onehalf hours were required for the parade to pass a given point and It was a severe strain on the old sol dlers More than three score of them dropped from the ranks from exhaus tion and heat prostration and were cTed for at the field and civic hot pitals The death of one soldier marred an otherwise happy event Commander Blackmara Staff Boston Aug 19General Wllmon W Blackmar of this city was elected commanderinchief of the Grand Army of the Republic by acclamation at the closing session of the national encampment and Denver Colo was selected as tho place for the encamp went of 1905 Blackmar has made tho following appointments Adjutant general John E Oilman Massachu setts quartermaster general Charles Burrows New Jersey assistant quar termaster general and custodian of the records J Henry Holcomb Penn sylvania assistant adjutant general E B Stollings Massachusetts Worlds Record Smashed Chicago Aug 18Tho worlds rec ord for army target shooting was ac cording to army officers twice broker by members of the team which will leave Fort Sheridan to take part In the competition at Fort Riley Kan Aug 22 The high scores were made by Sergeant Lunsford Second infan try 848 and Captain F L Graham Porto Rican regiment 845 Robbers Made Rich Haul San Bernardino Gal Aug 18 News reached here from The Needles of the robbery of a saloon and escape of the robbers with several thousand dollars worth of valuables The rob bers broke into the safe in tho saloon taking 900 in cash 500 worth of Jew elry and 4000 worth of negotiable bonds and securities Aged 116 Green Bay WIs Aug 18 Grandma Blackman who claimed she was 116 years old was burled in Mills Center this county 31AUKKT REPORTS Grain and Stock Prices For August 20 CLEVELANDCattle Choice fat dry fed steers 1200 lbs and up J4 765 25 good to choice grass steers 1000 to 1200 lbs U 3E4 60 good to choice grata steers 900 to 1000 Ibs 3 6004 00 choice heifers IS 7504 25 choice fat bulls 3 O- CC3 25 choice fat cows 3 00 choice to fancy milk cows and springers UO 000 45 00 Sheep and LambsGood to choice lambs J5 255 30 fair to good 14 600 6 26 culls and commons 3 604 25 good to choice mixed sheep 3 253 50 rain to good J2 5l3 25 culls to com mon 1 5002 50 good to choice year lings U Oo4 50 good to choice twos 3 003 40 Calves Best J5 7506 00 HogsYorkers 5 80 mediums and heavy J5 60 pigs 5 80 stags and roughs S3 604 6- 0CHICAGOCattle Good to prime steers J5 006 UO poor to medium U 00 34 90 stockers and feeders U 254 10 cows SI 254 00 heifers 32 OOI 75 tanners SI 2602 40 bulls J2 004 00 western steers J3 6004 75 Sheep and Lambs Good to choice wethers I 600 100 fair to cholco mixed i2 7503 60 western sheep J2 7504 00 native lambs U 006 00 western lambs S3 7505 75 Calve2 5006 00 Hogs Mixed and butchers 5 2005 50 good to cholco heavy 5 3005 45 rough heavy J4 900 5 25 light 5 2605 60 Wheat No 2 red SI 101 12 OatsNo 2 3233c EAST BUFFALO Cattle Good to choice export steers U 8505 60 ship ping steers 4 6004 85 butcher cattle 44 5006 00 fair to good U 0004 50 heifers S3 0004 50 fat cows 2 7503 75 bulls S2 7503 75 good to choice milkers and springers SS2 0050 00 Sheop and LambsGood to choice yearlings S4 60 6i 00 fair to good U 004 50 good to choice wethers j 2504 60 mixed Si 00 04 25 ewes S3 5003 75 spring lambs S4 5006 35 Calves Best 6 006 25 Hogs Heavies S5 75 mediums 5 750 5i 80 Yorkers S5 8005 90 pigs Ii 900 6i 00 roughs SI 7604 90 stags S4 000 4 25 PITTSBURG Cattle Choice 5 750 6 00 prime S5 405 65 good S 000 5 30 tidy butchers S4 604 75 fair U 00 04 40 heifers S3 7504 50 cows bulls and stags S2 003 75 fresh cows S20 00 040 00 Sheep and LambsPrime weth ers S4 154 30 good mixed S3 8004 101 fair mixed S3 253 76 clipped lambs S3 005 00 spring lambs S3 5006 00 Calves Veals 15 007 00 HogsPrime heavy S5 C505 70 mediums 5 7505 80 heavy Yorkers 6 8006 85 light Yorkers and pigs 5 SII1l 6 90 NEW YORKCattle Steers S4 000 5 80 culls 2 4003 00 cows SI 6003 70 Sheep and L mbs Sheep S2 6003 75 yearlings J4 60 lambs 5 0006 71 Calves ATeals S4 007 00 Hogs Penn sylvania and state U 1006 30 Wheat No 3 red SI llVic Corn No 2 60c Oats Mixed 3S39aCI- NCINNATIWheat No2 red SI 01 01 02 Corn No 2 mixed 660 OatsNo 2 mixed SSHc RyeNo2 73c ard6 40 Bulk Meats 7 76 Bacon u 00 Hogs5 455 60 Cattle S4 40- eli 15 Bheep SI 0003 60 Lambs 00 6 0- 0BOSTONWool Ohio and Pennsyl vania XX and above U83110x 209 Sle No 1 33034c No2 33S4o unwashed delaine 2327o TOLEDOWheat SI 12U corn 5c eats Sic rye leo clovers IT it 4 a NewstBQQret 1rr MONDAY Body of John SUjdor wealthy wIll ower found In creek aear Co hoc ton 0- Serious forest flresragiag near Seattle Wash Kalispel Moat and Portland Ore Seven lives lost in the flood that wept through the town of Globe Ariz and vicinity Fire destroyed the Hotel Cambridge Lima O George Burlage a traveling salesman perished Express train on the Pennsylvania road ditched by landslide at Harrisburg Pa Four trainmen badly Injured Factory of the Lynchburg Box com pany a warehouse occupied by the Kyle Tobacco company two retail gro cery stores and a frame residence burned at Lynchburg Va Loss 40000 SATURDAY W T Marshall appointed postmas ter at Pleasant Hill O Peoples National bank at Swanton Vt closed by order of the comptroller of the currency Edward T Mayle 59 killed by train while trackwalking In the Big Four yards at Columbus O During a quarrel over dice In a Cin cinnati saloon John Parka fatally stabbed Isaac Adams Both minors Failures this week numbered 226 In the United States against 238 last year and 24 in Canada compared with 8 a year ago August Andersona farmer of Starko county Ind died In a Chicago hospital from the bite of a mosquito BJood poison followed- C E Finch 30 Lima 0 arrested at Bellefontaine 0 on a charge of em bezzlement preferred by his employer Harry N film of Lima Henry Warner shot and clubbed near Hopkinsville Ky by Gip Griffin a tenant in a dispute about farm matters died of his wouds Griffin escaped FRIDAY Minister Squier at Havana cables the state department that Carlos Oritz was appointed Cuban secretary of state and Justice Sato Brown a negro shot and killed Allen Heathlngton a prominent young white farmer and sawmill owner of Catton county S C and escaped John Redmond the Irish leader and Patrick OBrien and Captain Donelal Nationalist members of parliament sailed for New York on the Teutonic At Pleasantview Amherst county Va 25 persons attending the meeting of the Piedmont Baptist association poisoned several fatally by eating ice creamEngineer Patrick Mitchell killed and four brakemen injured in acollis Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury us 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 DO used except on prescriptions from reputable physi cians as the damage they will do is tenfold to the Rood you can possibly derive from themHalls Catarrh Care manufactured by F J Ohenev ds 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 suro you get the genuine It is taken internally and made in Toledo Ohio by F J Cheuey Co Test monials free Sold by Druggists Price 75 per bottle Take Halls Family Pills for constipation Bert Richardson ot Hardin county was the guest of friends here Monday MIss Grace Dugan returned Monday to Louisville after a visit to Mrs J S Younger School books and school supplies at J D Babbages Lrtf ala ln rww r wter train at Ellzabethtown Ind OB the Lawrenceburg branch of the Big Four railroad THURSDAY Colonel PrentlsB Ingraham 60 ot Chicago said to be the author of more yr than 1000 novels died at Beauvolr MissDobbins Maybrler who murdered r John W Thompson Jailer at Mount Olivet Ky brought to Maysvllle Ky for safe keeping Forest fires in the Cascade moun tains east of Lebanon Ore reported sectionFire at Qulfport Miss started in the Younghusband building and re sulted in a property loss of 7G000 Six business buildings were destroyed Joseph Francis 17 who was shot 1 while taking a dummy package supposed t rto contain 1600 of blood money 4 from Jacob Feldiner near Holly i Springs la made a completo confes i sion that he devised the blackmailing plot WEDNESDAY George E Lounsberry who was govii error of Connecticut in 1899 and 1900 died at his home Farmlngvllle Conn s Fire destroyed the sales stables owned by J J Nichols and the Merton Brothers laundry at Taunton Mass Total loss 60000 + Carnegie Steel company served notices on all the clerks in the South 4 Sharon Pa office that after Sept 1 their services would not be required One person was killed and seven were injured by the overturning of a car on the Camden and Trenton trolley f line at Hatchs Corner near Delairv N J Four columns of German troops at 1 tacked the Hereros near Hamakari German Southwest Africa the nightrof Aug 11 The fighting continued all day Aug 12 The natives were defeat ed with heavy losses TUESDAY Suspension announced at New York of Hahlo Brothers stock brokers Cloakmakers numbering 2000 went ra on strike at Cleveland for Increase in wages recognition of the union and hf closed shops Strike of papermakers broken in the Fox river valley WIs the old em ployes returning to work under the J terms of the mill owners Governor Wright of the Philippines Issued an executive order directing the concentration of the Inhabitants ol Banos Cathalogan and Gandara river v districts of the island of Samar Miss Clara Bourland 16 daughter t of Hon W E Bourland of Dixon Ky ii killed by lightning while talking overta telephone during a heavy thunder storm 9 f DEADqlH I r home near Union Star The interment was at Sample by the side of his wife who died several years ago IN OPERATION The local cannery of the J T Polk packing company began operations t last week Tomatoes only are being canned i BEWLEYVILLE WINS r Bewleyville Ky Ana 10Speo- ial Bewleyville defeated Garrett here Saturday ntternoon in a game of fttf baseball by a score of 10 to 5 k FREEDOM MEETING 2 LL- I The big annual meeting at Freedom 1 church began Sunday to continue several weeps The crowd was about as large as usual many sections of Breckenridge county being represented GUS W ANNOUNCES f Gus WRichnrdsonof MeadA tounty 4Yannounced himself a candidate for reelection for State Senator in this the Tenth Senato rial district subject to the notion of the Democratic par ty in last weeks Meade County Mess enger IORI I e a sale at the farm of WR Smiths on the Cloverport and Long Lick road SEPT 3 04 Y 2 Horses 4 Cattle 12 Hogs Farming Implements and Household and Kitchen Furniture J TERNS OF SALE Sums of 500 and under r cash in hand over 500 on six months time withrbond security i JEPATE Cloverport L 1 a WsPillsAfter wIN derive mat benefit by taking oee et these pills UOIi have been DRINKING TOO MUCH tbey will promptly rcHevt in MUM SICK HEADACHEsi and nervousness which teHews restore feelingso Take No Substitute The Breckenridge News i AUGUST 17 100 ttWEDNESDAY J For sale Wan paper store Call on 1 T F Sawyer For saleHouse and lot Call on T F Sawyer r Walter Smart has returned from a i trip to the bt Louis fair I Robt Polk returned Sunday from Norton infirmary at Louisville Hisses Mary dnd Irene Jarboe were at the St Louis fair last week Roscoe Mayhall of Louisville was the guest of Mollie Fallon last week Miss Donald Murray returned Fri day from a visit to friends at Brand enburg Mrs Jno Lillard returned Satur day from Norton Infirmary at Louis villeCarl Lisbon left Monday for La Harpe Ill whera he will spend sevr al weeksJ of Louisville was the i guest of his brothre Ed Gregory AThursday Chas Varfield has gone to rMrs to visit her sister Mrs David Stancliffe Misses Eva and Eliza May went I to Louisville Saturday for a two weeks visit i Miss Emma Lon Moorman ot Glendeane is the guest of Miss Kath- erineI Moorman j Mrs 0 T McClftnahan went to v Henderson Saturday to visit Mrs R T McClanahan Mrana Mrs Eugene Reynolds of Marshal Tex have been visiting relatives In the city JO R Murray came down from Huntington W Va Sunday to visit hit father A H Murray Mrs H R White and children of Louisville were the guests of Mrs J G Harris last week Louis Lishen was here last week from Illinois to attend the funeral nlJ pfhis nephew Wallace Lishen r Mrs Courtney Babbage and children Courtney and Elizabeth of Louis 1 1ville ure visiting relatives- J G Harris and children Jennie Mabel Edward and Russel left Sunday for a trip to the St Louis fairIWill Mullen of Shawnee Okla has been visiting relatives in this A city Roy Heyser came in from Char lottesville SC Monday to take a two weeks vacation at home Mrs Lizzie Burnett after an ex tended visit to relatives left Saturday for St Louie Mrs Salhe Goff after an extended visit to relatives left Saturday for Philpot Mr and Mrs Robert Lewis and children returned Monday from a visit to T C Lewis at Hardinsbnrg Mr and Mrs Joseph Harpole of Louisville were the guests of Dr ThursdayCMiss Annie Murphy and Mrs Up ton of Chicago have been v iaiting s friends and relatives in the city i 1Mrs Wm Watts and daughters I Misses Carrie and Ethel of DeLand PJa were the guests of Mr and Mrs N F T Heyser part of last week b Prof J P King principal of the I public school for the ensuing year is in the city from Van Buren Ind Misses Mabel and Lillian Collie of El Paso Tex who have been visit ij I ing their sister Mrs PL King went to Louisville Saturday to visit relatives I I Mrs J F WoolfolK ana daughter Minnie F and Miss Virgie Richard son of Sulphur Springs left Sunday for home after a visit to Mrs V j Hardin at Holt Miss Ouida Shepherdson of Central I K America Is visiting Miss Mildred 1 Fontaine of Louisville who is spen d ing the summer with her aunt Mrs JT SKillman t o We like best to call SCOTTS EMULSION a food because it stands so em phatically for perfect nutrition = And yet in the matter of restor l ring appetite of giving new 1 strength to the tissues especially o to the nerves its action is that medicineII free umple soda lit BOWNE Chctabts 409413 Pearl Street New York 5cudfioo t ill dnfxbt IRVlNtiTON I Kev HjHa aad family iireatOwensborp attending the ChantaHqua Little Mary Heron is in Leitcbfield visiting relatives Miss May geyser ql Leitchfield is the guest ol Mips Reba Lewis v- Mied MauiAdkiseoii spent1 wart of the week in town tMegnestoffriende and relatives Ify Mr Bnroti of Lodlsville tags at Oakland SundayV Mias Emily MoAteerleft last week for her home iin Louisville I Miss Mattie Jones of Ohio county has returned hoine after a pleasant visit to her cousin Mrs frank Clayl comb Mrst Li Parrott Mrs A R Flowers and Mrs W R Philip of Sumter N C are the guests of Mr and Mrs Geo Lyddan Mrs Jarrett is building in the new addition a very neat little house Tally Haynes pf Brandenburg is with little Carrie D Francs for a short stay Mr ana Mrs Pigqott entertained a number of triends Tuesday evening Mr and Mrs J M Mndd entertained a few friends to a six oclock dinner Monday in honor ot MiMtes GregoryProf Tuttle and family move to Glendeane this week school oeginning there Aug 22 Our school building will be very much improved by the worn that is being done now painting fencing etcWill Robbin and daughter Rosa Lee came up from Owensboro to see Mrs McCoy Mrs Clare Novitt is n charming visitor at her uncles John Nevitts Margarite Dorsey is with Mr+ Red man for a visit Our Knights of Pythias will attend the grand reunion at Louisville this weekMiss Essie Biggs is home from n boat trip to Evansville Miss Nannie McGehee is at Long Branch with relatives Dr LB Moremaq and Earl Ben nett joined by Albert and Joe More man of Brandenburg went to West Point last week on a fisiiing trip The Rev Rutledge was a very pleasant visitor at the McGlotblans last weak enroute to the Cbantanqntt at Owensboro Mrs Manly Reach and sister left for their home in Grayson county Satur dayVMrs Mack Avitt and Miss Kittle McGehee were in Louisville last weeK shopping Misses B Ada Drury Willa Drury Eva and Mabel McGlothlan have re turned from Owensboro The Kid baseball team spent Saturday in Hardinsbnrg playing a losing game The Irvlngton nine played a good game in Gaston Saturday Miss Blanche Neafus and brother were the company of Miss Nellie Dowell a few days of the pat week Sugar Freight Rate Cut Chicago Aug 22A sugar rate war was declared by the Chicago Milwau kee and St Paul road which an nounces reductions In tariffs from Chicago west and northwest amount Ing to 15 and 22 cents The reduced rates are effective Immediately The war started because some of the southwestern lines are said to have refused to abide by tho adjustment made several months ago when the rate from New Orleans to1 Missouri river points was made 37 cents A combination through Memphis of 32 cents from Now Orleans to Kansas City was discovered not adjusted Slleslan Forest Burned Berlin Aug 1SA spark from a locomotive falling on dry leaves set a forest on fire in western Silesla de stroylng a timber district of nearly 190 square miles belonging chiefly to Duke Ernest Gunther of Schleswig Holstein brother of tho empress and to Count Von DohnaKotzenau The village of Neuverwerk on the dukes estate was burned In 10 minutes The forest was well stocked with deer which mostly perished Large detach ments of troops from the garrisons prevented the fire spreading further Czar Abolishes the Lash St Petersburg Aug 170ne of the acts of grace signalizing the birth of an heir to the throne will be the total abolition of corporal punishment throughout Russia An ukase to this effect is expected to be issued soon It Is reported apparently on good au thority that Emperor William of Ger many has asked for the privilege of acting as one of the godfathers of the heir The christening will take placo Aug 25 Negro Lynched Mobile Ala Aug lSRufus Les seur a negro was shot to death outside the calaboose of Thomaston Ma rengo county He had been loafing around the place several days and had committed two robberies The second time he entered the home of Mrs J P Hollls she was awakened and the negro was frightened away Ho dropped his hat which led to his arrest Governor Cunningham has ordered an InvasLUrallon of tba Ivnnhlna u rQUARTERLY REPORT OF THE Breckinfidge Bank At the close of business on the 30th day of June x90- 4RESOURCES Loans and discounts t 1Z7C2S 82 Overdrafts unsecured 806 M Due from National Banker I 25349Sfc Due from State Banks 38769 55 67Banking 37Z4 71 Other stocks and bonds 00052 04 Speclel 6405 80 Currency 6206 00 13 610 86 Furniture and fixtures S1P4 86 8 245804 48 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid In Incash I 45100 00 TSurplus 712308 00DeposItscheck on which Inter 63Timeposits on which Inter est Is paid 124234 01 101238 64 Unpaid dividends No sos per ct declared this day 135300 Fund to pay taxes 649 TO SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of Indebtedness of any stockholder person company or flrmdncludlngln liability of he company or firm the liability of the Individual members thereof directly or Indirectly If such In debtedness exceeds 20 per cent of capital stock actually paid In and actual amount of surplus of the Lank E 00 How Isln entednessstatd In above Item 1 secured Highest amount of Indebtedness of any director or officer If amount of such i dobtednessexceedslp per cent of paidup capital stock of bank 00 How Is same secured Does amount pf Indebtedness of any person company or firm In cluding In the liability of the com pany Or firm the liability of the In dividual members thereof exceed 30 per cent of paidup capital and actual surplus No If so state amount of such Indebtedness Amount of last dividend 3 per ct 135300 Were all expenses losses Interest and taxes deducted therefrom be fore declaring dividend and was not less than 10 per cent of net profits of thebanlt for the period covered by the dividend carried to tho surplus fund before said divi dend was declared Yes E 245 661 43 STAT OF lEXTUCKYlss County of Breckenridge f A B Skillman Cashier of the Brccken rldJto Bank a bank located and doing busl ClovorportInthe 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 Juno 1001 to tho best of his knowledge and liollef and further says that the business of said Bank has been transacted at the loca tion named anti not elsewhere and that the above report is made in compliance with an ofllclal notice received from the Secretary of State designating the 30th day ofJune1004 as tho day on which such report shal be made A B SKILLMAN Cashier 1A1 Directors Subscribed and sworn to before me by A B Sklllman Cushier the 5th day of July 1904 CHARLES B SKILLMAN N P B C My commission expires Jan 15 1008 LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE PACKET COt Fast Mail and Passenger Line between Louisville and Evats vile- Steamers Morning Star Tell City- Tarascona Leave Louisville daily except Sun day 4 p m Leave Evansville daily except Sun day and Monday 0 PInl Monday lO mThrough freight rates and passenger ticktts to Cincinnati Freight ship ments delivered quicker than by railSplendid accommodations for stock General Office 154150i58 4th st Louisville Ky C V WILLIAMS 6 F and p A GEOH WILSON Supt PISOS CURE FOR CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS rest Cough Syrup Tastes Good Use In time Sold by druggists CONSUMPTION h Minister of War a Captive Buenos Ayres Aug 20Tho Para guayan Insurgents have seized another steamer which had on board the min ister of war and a small escort The minister and his companions were made prisoners Tho vessel was tow ing four lighters loaded with 100 bul locks for the garrison These wero confiscated Four Score Treacherously Slain Algiers Aug 20 Efghtythreo horsemen sent by the Moorish pre tender BuHamara to Chief Amada of the Bent Buzzagora tribe to ask his daughter in marriage were treacher ously murdered by the chief Idaho Democrats Lewiston IdaAug 17Tho Dubois Heitfeld forces regained control of the Idaho Democratic convention routing the Mormon forces after a fierce fight Former Senator Heltfold was nomi nated fur governor We reduce life to the pettiness of our daily living we should exalt our living to the grandeur of lifePbilllps Brooks u J fti 4IlN t WantS Advertisements Inserted under this head at one cent a word per week U FOR SAL- Es pRINTING Presses and Cutting machines lot of good Laundry machines OasollneEnldnesJlIARTIN StreetLouisville FOR SALEBULL FOR SALFA registered Hereford null 4 tothevlngton Ky FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR PALE OR EXCHANOEKentucky onehorsei AddressFOR SALE HOUSE AND LOTS FOR SALE The Bennett Property House ASmIthfurtherInformationnett Stepbensport Ky- STRAYEDSTEER steeriasmoothwas last hear of at Lost Run about the loth onefurnishingII T Carlton Rosetta Ky WANTEDLADIES AND GENTLEMEN proposItion ope for particulars Western Specialty Co Box 498 Kansas City Mo FARM FOR SALE My farm In Breckenridge county Ky live south of Irvlngton four miles west Ky on Uo Lletch field roadcontaining 718 acres 450 acres In high state of cultivation Fine running water Good willdivideBewleyvllle liy- IIENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Round trip bome seekers excursions to West and Southwest first and third Tuesdays each month at greatly reduced rates One way second class colonist tickets to South and Southeast first and third Tuesdays each month at reduced rates Following Worlds Fair tickets on daily sale Cloverport to St Louis Seas on ticket 1100 60 day ticket 955 15 day ticket 935 Old Point Comfort Excursions On July 14 and August 1f rate of 1550 for the round trip Cloverport to Old Point Comfort 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of sale 17- z5i Biennial Encampment K of P Louis ville Ky Aug 1629 For this Encampment rate of 245 for round trip Cloverport to Louisville and return will be made on Aug l3i4 15 16 good returning not later than Aug 81 Masons Barbecue and Picnic Clover port Aug 1 II her the Masons Barbecue at Clover port Aug 11 rate of 100 to Clover port and return will be made except that rate of one firstclass fare for the round trip minimum of 25 cents when such rate is less than 100 will be made Seven Hills Chautauqun Owensboro Aug 4181904 Cloverport to Oweosboro and retur as follows Aug 318 Inclusive 1SiW good to return Aug 19 Aug 5 8II18 145 good to return day following date of sale LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET Reported by Popham Bros Eggs 12o doz Hens 80 lb- Chickens 12o lb Turkeys Go per lb Geese F F and F 3 SO per doz Ducks F F and F Go per Ib Pigeons Too doz Butter 200 lb Ginseng 425 450 Y root 55o In May apple 8o lb Country hams I8o Ib Country shoulders Oo Ib Featners 48c Ib I IMEET ME AT NOLTES I Our Fall Goods i ARE NOW ARRIVING DAILY t t tComeyou the latest and most stylish patterns in all lines of mens furnishings and ladies ap parel for the coming season rrFi Buy Early and Get The+ Best For The Price r J C NOLTE 6v BRO 9 MASONIC TEMPL- ECLOVERPORT i KY a J usingryou you dont Ask CADICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR their Ca dick Milling Co GRANDVIEW OOOOOOOOOCODOOCXDOOOOQQQQQQQCXDCOCOCKXXXXXDCOCOOOOCXDCOO NOTICE Machine Shop Foundry is now in firstclass shape We are prejpared to do all kinds of and retaccuracy in the least possible time thereby saving1m time and expense to patrons We lguarantee all work to be first class in every respect Give us a trial Cloverport Foundry and Machine Co I Cloverport F at coooooooooooooooooococooco vtwmwssreelosa 11 IPLATES FILMS Developed and Finished for tho trade High Quality Work Mail Orders Specialized a W L Be Oelze S 1 L Cloverport KyJ Chintz Royalty Practical Surveyor also Notary Public I can survey your Lands your Deeds and take the acknowledgement at your home This saves you trouble and cost Your Patrona djalfcited J AddressD Hardinsburg = y Thus Bonier left Monday for B trip to the Bt Louis fair wa Way to tell Whether CADICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR is better than the flour you v are Give it a Fair Trial a jj If its better want it if not e your grocer or neighbor about i Well abide by decision so will you IND Our and j new pair work with and our our job I Ky 3 t0 AND write L II ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND Cloverport5o7es at Louisville 715 A M No 42 Dally Mail and Express loaves Clo verport 054 A 11 stop at nil way stations arrives Louisville 1235 I1 11J 1 Train No 44 Exposition Limited dully ar rives Cloverport 443 p m Louisville 80 p m Stops at West Point only t Train No 48 ar rives at Cloverport 700 p m Louisville 945 p m Stops at all stations WEST BOUND Expressleavesvlllo 1250 PM arrives St Louis Oiltl P M stops at nil stations Trnln No 41 Exposition Limited dally arrives Cloverport 1033 am Evansvlllo 100 p m St Louis at Hawos vllle Owensboro andHenderson only Train No 43 Mall and Express dally ar rives Cloverport 725 p m Evansville 1030 p m Stops at all stations No45 dully St Louis fast train leaves Clo verport 11 0fl 111 arrives EvunsylHol35 A M St Louis f20 A M stops at llawesvlllo Owensboro and Henderson only Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND Train No 2 Dally except Sunday leaves Fordsvllle 40 a m arrives Irvlnlton 815- a m Trait No4 Dally except Sunday leaves Fordsvlllo340 p m arrives Irvlngton 600 p mTrain No 6 Sunday only FordsvllloOsOO a m Irvlnpton 833 p m I WEST BOUND Train No 3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irvington 1100 a m arrives ForUsvlllo 305 pm Train No 5 Dally leaves Irvlngton 810 p m arrives Fordsvlflo 1100 p m 1 C W Hamman attended the funeral directors convention J in Louisville IRSt week 1 o I Cie BreckfLnridte News WEDNESDAY August 17 1904 I o yy lillbleltWasChriatianideavor theloadershouldtt MM and give the reason The last one to speak was a lad who MM with a little hesitation that he morersurprise and curiosity was t Manifest In all the listeners as he Went on to give his reason You see I always resolve every new 1 year that I will begin and read the Bible through but I never get very far and of course I always have to make a j hew beginning Stony ClUe In Jaffa and Jerusalem as In Malta everything is of stone Even the very 1 cisterns or tanks on the housetops are Of stone Dut In those stony cities the tone does not stop with the street lev elfThe dwellers descend and burrow Into the earth beneath In many of the Jerusalem and Bethlehem build 1lngs there are basements subbasements I crypts subcrypts and dungeons One may descend several stories Into the bowels of the earth amid the damp ness and slime where ooze trickles on i the stone steps Argonaut Had tier Own Iniprrnnionn Your husband says he established his hotel by honest toll remarked the woman who hears all that is said in thevillageYes the tired looking I woman but he didnt say whose toll I did he Washington Star r No Fear BorroughsIm afraid Ive got heart trouble LendersOh you neednt be afraid that youll ever die suddenlyI Borroughs Think not LendersNo youll pay the debt of nature slowly just as you pay all your other debts Philadelphia Ledger One Messing Well Its either muddy or dusty all the time growled the pessimist But pointed out the optimist what a blessing It Is that It is nover both muddy and dusty at olceDe troit Free Press t Her IIuiic I shall be married to Dick next i week J I thought you said youd be the last person to marry him t- t Well I hope I shall bel Love Ilewurded- Madge What makes you think that handsome music teacher Is mercenary Marjorie He charges Dollys father 2 an hour for making love to herTown Sick Headache For several years my wife wa- f rtroubled with what physicians calle- tt Blck headache of a very severe char acter She doctored with several emi nent physicians and at a great ex pense only to grow worse until she was unable to do a1 v kind of work About a year ago she began taking Chamberlains Stomach and Liver I Tablets and today weighs more than she ever did before and is real well Bays yr Oeo E Wright of New London New York For sale by Short Haynes JAPANESE SHOPKEEPERSt i The Japanese siio keOjienj use the abacus or soroban so universally that the stranger quickly comes to a rea liz ing sense of the absence of all mental calculation In the empire In lieu of adultRup given a problem In mathematics and rattle Its beads about as though he Were amusing himself The principle of the little instrument Is this Each of the five beads in the broad lower division of the board represents one unit and each solitary bead In the nar row upper division represents the units Each vertical column is thus worth ten units Each vertical column I11represents units ton times greater than column Immediately to the right of It exactly as In our own sys tem of notation by means of the Ara bic numerals Any sum In arithmetic can be dune on the soroban even to the extraction of square and cubic roots Ayers This falling of your hair Stop it or you will soon be bald Give your hair some s Ayers Hair Vigor The fall t ing will stop the hair will tFHairVigor t grow and the scalp will be clean and healthy Why be satisfied with poor hair when you can make it rich i 1 triedArerthe falling Sew balr came In real thick and SMTnSaratogati plot A bottle j c Avan co A All drnlnoUfor Lowell Mass f Thick Hairi d Sufferingwill Disease but Will WeaKen Your Nerves Folks who think it Is better to bear pain than soothe itare wrong Oldfashioned doctors used to say it waa better because they had nothing with which to ease pain but dangerous heartparalyzing drugs But now that a sate remedy has been found Dr Miles AntiPain Pills it Is wrong to suffer for nothing can be gained but weakened nerves A safe rulo to remember is When in pain take an AntiPain PilL This will soothe your quivering nerves Dr Miles AntiPain Pills relieve pain by restoring tho natural secretions in which they differ from opium and sIm- Ilar narcotic drugs which relieve pain by checking tho action of the glands They are sure and harmless and are the latest medical treatment for the cure of Headache Neuralgia Backache Rheumatism Dizziness Toothache Stomachache Menstrual Monthly Pains Also nerve Irritations like Sea sickness CarSickness Sleeplessness Indigestion etc Pleasant to tako quick In results- I havo used Dr Mlles AntiPain Pills for sick nervous headache and have received the best results I hear tily recommend their curative proper ties for they are successful REV + RAY A WATROS D D Iowa City la Sold by druggists at 25c Money back If first box does not help Never sold In bulk FREEWrIte to us for Freo Antiof Dr Miles PaIn Pills the New Scientific Remedy for Pain Also Symptom Blank Our Specialist will diagnose your case tell you what Is wrong and how to right It COIABORATORIES Friendly Gray Wolves I have never had nay dilllculty In making friends with the gray wolves I happened to be sketching says J M Gleoson In St Nicholas Immediately on my appearance no matter what they wero doing they came at once to the bars to be scratched and talked to mill when their coats were changing and their skits sensitive they would stand there any length of time while I pulled away tho loose tufts of hair their every action expressing a some what sullen friendliness But with the coyotes It was different They never make friends with or lose their fear of man Generally speaking they resemble tho prairie wolf but are much smaller and of a browner color Their fur Is also longer and the tall more bushy They vary considerably in col or changing with the seasons In win ter their coat Is lighter In summer darker and with more brown Black coyotes while not common are some times seen but these are only freaks of nature ARREST ITS50 R EWARD- A bottle of Eozine will be sent free issdiseasedor eruptions any form of Eczema Blind or Bleeding Piles Scrofula Ith Tet ter Barber Itch Ringworm Boils Blood Poison Perez Sores or any other Germ disease or sores of any name or nature X50 reward will be paid for any case of Eczema that is not promptly cured with Eczine Eczine will heal any sore or cure the worst skin and make it look like velvet Heretofore there has been no specific discovered that would cure Eczema and kindred dis eases pistil Eczine was discovered and now thousands are cured daily Never mind what you have tried forget the failures made by other remedies and send for free sample of Eczine which always gives relief and permanent cure Write todayton- OYD CHEMICAL CO 931 RandMcNally Bldg Chicago 111 The publisher of this paper knows of the reliability of Eczine and of the Boyd Chemical Con fiirRivltiB Clilnnmnit The following remarkable story appears In Mr Whighams Manchuria and Korea A Cossack in a fit of drunkenness had shot a Chinaman and It was necessary to bring several of the men to the bedside of the dying victim for purpose of Identification of the culprit The Chinaman however refused absolutely to single out the guilty man sayingNhy should he be killed since I must die In any case Then they explained to him that the man would only be severely punished to which the Chlnumnii responded that since he forgave the culprit there was no reason why he should suffer Then the theory of the punishment was ad duced as an argument the Cossack must be punished In order that he might not repeat the offense But said the Chinaman he will never do It again when he knows that I forgive him and there the matter ended A Blush Scientifically Defined Not long since we were asked to give a scientific definition of the word blush Wo have mado an effort from an anatomical and physiological point of view to give the definition A blURh Is a temporary erythema and calorific effulgence of the physiognomy aetologlzed by one perceptiveness of the scnsorium when in a predicament of uncquillbrlllty from a sense of shame anger or other cause vcntuat ing In a paresis of the vasomotor filaments of the facial capillaries whereby being divested of their elasticity they ore suffused with a radiance effeminat ing from an intimidated praecordla Southern Medicine There Is a German proverb which says that Take It Easy and Live Long are brothers u ib Vegetable Reek Hallaerd- The vegetable rock builders are found in the ooze which covers the marine plants drawn up front the bottom of the sea As shown by the microscope they are seen to consist of zigzag links or boxes attached at their corners These vegetable forms BO minute as to be invisible to the human eye have the power of secreting the elements of flint or silica from the water In which they live They are very curiously marked and there are many va rieties of them It will be seen that in their structure the lines of beauty have not been forgotten The city of Ber lin was built on an Immense bed of the remains of these minute vegetable forms and the unstable foundations of the houses is due to this fact They are so small that one of them is but the seventymillionth part of a grain They Increase by subdivision one be- Ing capable of increasing to n million by this process in twentyfour hours Their method of building is simply by living and then dying and leaving their flinty skeletons to form tho solid rock They block up rivers give the green tinge to the Arctic ocean form a white stone which has been found in masses COO miles long and 800 feet thick and the clouds of dust which are blown from the desert are made up of them Mount Htwenzorl in equatorial AI rica Is about 20000 feet high has twenty miles of glaciers and is nearly always cloud covered When an employer goes away the employees get busy watching each oth er to see that there is no loaflng Atch ison Globe He who has health line hope and he who lids hope has everything Ara blan Proverb A Had Foot is one covered with corns Paracamph takes all the soreness out of corns and relieves instantly sore bred netting feetsthunlatea thecircnlation makes the feet Healthy and well Try it today and be convinced Ills Progress Mrs Snlffen Did Unit Lumtuni girl over succeed In reforming her husband Mr SnllTcn Not completely although I hear that sho has reached that point where ho can resist everything but temptation Colliers Weekly It Is not our wrong actions which It I requires courage to confess so much as those that are ridiculous and foolish Rousseau Mothers Protect yonr children from the pain ot Mosqui to and Chigger bites Apply Para camph freely It relieves the I pain draws out the fever and the inflam mation and prevents sweliing If lap plied at night it prevents the inosqui toes biting rnruvya Snored Spot The Cbirknu Scherlf or hall of the Holy Garment Is the most sacred place In Turkey for it shelters the mantle of the prophet Mohammed hisI staff his saber his standard and among other relics two hairs from his InclosedInOrder and falsehood cannot subsist together Corlyle Sunburn Heat and all summer tnflammatioim are in stantly relieved by the use oCPara camph It soothes It cools it cures drawing out thtough the pores all fever and inflammation Paracamp- heals without leaving ugly scars Try a 2J5o bottle The Mennliiw of Menu The use of the word mess for dining room is a remnant of a custom quite common in AngloNorman times Mess from the French mets meat or a dish of food and the Latin mensa a table was the meat prepared In common compare the collegiate word commons for four persons sitting at a separate table Guests nt dinners and other ceremonial occasions were divid ed for general convenience Into such groupsFrom this the word came to bo used as equivalent to four in other matters Shakespeare speaks of Henrys four sons as a mess Where are your mess of sons and In Loves Labors Lost we find I confess that you three tools lacked me to make up the mess From the fact that soldiers and sail ors arc always catered for in compa nies according to rank the survival of tho word among them Is quite natural The same practice is still maintained in the London inns of court Yhe Dear New Cook What does your husband like for his breakfast uiaam Mrs wehaventI find nothing better for liver de rangement and constipation than Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Ta- bletsL F Andrews Des MOines la For sale by Short Haynes Clilnene Royal Ten The tea used In the immediate household of the ruler of China is treated with the utmost care It is raised Inn garden surrounded by a wall so that neither man nor beast can get any where near the plants At tho time of the harvest those collecting these leaves must abstain from eating flab that their breath may not spoil the aroma of the tea they must bathe three times a day and in addition must wear gloves while picking the tea for the Chinese court f I A GOOD FOOD COME TO STAY I IOne of the good things we have been looking for 0 PRICES I WHEAT FLAKE CELERY y tr FOOD i i It is a toothsome delicacyalways gives satisfaction It is conducive to good digestion better nutrition because highly nourishing Does not produce a tendency to constipation wrongs of the digestive track or stomach disturbances like most of the breakfast foods Its purity and hygienic condition observed in its manufacture makes it a perfect food product containing in proper proportion all the elements that go to buildup a healthy body Served hot or cold Palatibli Nutritious Easy of Digestion and RtidffolEit Mytlgnaturm on J 12 Iu rt1 rypackagZG r Dr Price the creator of Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder and Delicious Flavoring Extracts A eook book containing 78 excellent receipts for using the food stalled frsi ta any address FOR SALE BY LEADING GROSERS Prepared by PRICE CEREAL FOOD COMPANY Chicago Illinois For Sale by V G BABBAGE SON Cloverport Ky JustaMoment Please 4 Why notlet The Royal Tailors ofChi cago make your fall suit or overcoat When delivery is made there willalso be delivered direct guaranty covering the quality of goods the style and fit ofthe garments andthe workmanship And thatguaranty is worth one hun dred cents on the dollar to you It means that you are to be satisfiedwith the garments when you get them satisfied thatthey were made expressly foryou to your own measureand it means that they will wear well give you good service and hold their shape as rightlytailored gar ments should The cost of Royal tailoring is so low that you might almostLiL think price was the first consideration But it isnt Value is first Valuegiving is at the basis ofThe Royal Tailors success h The best for the money alwaysthat is the Royal idea t Customers of The Royal Tailors are Invited to guess how many people will attend tie Worlds Fair at St Louis They offer prizes consisting of ten Automobiles to be given to the s ten persona making the closest guesses The cot of these Automobiles Is S137OO There are also eight cash prizes of 91OO each making the total value of the prizes S145OO For every dollar you pay on an order for Royal tailoring you can make one guess on a 15 suit you can make fifteen guesses and on ro J2O suit you can make twenty guesses and oo onaguess for every dollar The Royal Tailors carry a milliondollar stock ofwoolens something sure to please everybody suits and overcoats for men and boysladies mantailored skirts andcoatsall made strictly to measure at an actual proven cash saying of fully twentyfive per cent But the thing to do is to see the goods and get the pricesII You can do that by calling on k FFRAIZE hBritish Dnronctclcn The first baronets were created by James I and any one might obtain tho hereditary title by the payment of 500 Since then I have rarely heard of any baronet being created for his personal merit Baronetcies are main ly conferred for party services Any one in the house of commons who is prepared to vote invariably as his party whips tell him can receive a baron etcy if he Is sufficiently persistent in pushing his claim and docs not al low himself to be put off with a knight hood In some cases he has to con tribute to the party funds but if he bustles about and shows his teeth oc casionally this is not always necessary London Truth ExclunlvcnciH Exclusiveness is a brand of nothing used by nobody who is anyUody to protect somebody from the dangers of nothing Youll find It everywhere more in Boston than in New YorkI more in New York than right here in Hayfield but Hayfield isnt rid of It Exclusives are people who dont know enough to go at large Exclusive sod ety is a rickety leaky lopsided asso elation of idiots fools tailors dum mies langulders and hangers on so substantialless that you have to feed a couple of dozen of em into a hopper to grind out a dwarf Hayficld Mower CliiiicMe Music The notes of Qhlnese music read like the written characters from right to left and tho intervals of tho scale are different from those of the scale adopt ed by the nations of the west The music is not very harmonious and sounds meaningless and jangling to western ears but it has a pretty music al cadence that makes It attractive and interesting in spite of its frequent discords The Wall of the Victim You cant get something for noth- Ing said tho man who affects prov erbs No answered tho easy man I cant but the people with whom I do business seem to manage it every now and then Exchange J lI f Do Bird Enjoy Their Own Singing It may well be doubted if birds are musical connoisseurs or have anything like human appreciation of their own or of each others songs My rgason for thinking so is this I have heard c bobolink with a defective instrument so that Its song was broken and in articulate in parts and yet it sang with as much apparent joy and abandon a any of Its fellows I have also hear a hermit thrush with a similar defect or impediment and yet it too appear ed to sing entirely to its own satisfac tion It would bo very interesting to know If these poor singers found mates as readily as their more gifted brothers If they did the Darwinian theo of sexual selection in such according to which the finer songster would carry off the female would fallI to the ground Yet It is certain that 1 it is during tho mating and breeding sea son that these song combats occur and the favor of tho female would seem to be the matter in dispute Whether or not it be expressive of actual jealousy or rivalry we have no other words to apply to it John Bur roughs in Harpers Magazine Queer Phenomena of Failing Bottle I am unable to say who first noticed tho peculiar caprices of a stone or other heavy body dropped from the top of a high tower but it la nevertheless a curious fact that such objects Invari ably fall slightly to the east of the per pendicular line Persons fit inquiring turn of mind who ask why this is as it is may find an answer in the following All falling bodies partake of the earths eastward motion to a greater or lesser extent Therefore during the time oc cupied by a stone in falling from the top of a high tower or other eminence the earths rotary motion has carried it an appreciable distance to the east The initial Impetus of the stone has carried it to the eastward also there fore it strikes the earth to the east of the perpendicular Varying in degree according to tho height from which it has fallen Exchange OA TORxAlieu the 11wKtodYou Wale Always Bought- as guttae 111 r 11 L- 17r Oa TOBXABean the You flare Ilwaps BsuBi4 Blgnttore ct d1141 Chlltlliih Curiosity i Little Florence aged six had been spending the afternoon with a neighbor ands td t some mourning gowns made Florence had been very good and asked no questions but when she returned homo her inquisitiveness asserted itself Her p mother explained as clearly as she could and for a few moments Florence sat in deep silence Then ryAre all her gowns going to be black mother Yes dear And is she going to wear black nightgowns s No dear Well doesnt she feel just as bath in tho night as she does in the day Brooklyn Life Snored Ladybird i Among the insects that can be claim ed as friends of the market grower probably none are more useful than the ladybirds It is said that in mediaeval times this insect was sacred to the virgin henco Its popular name Although in these prosaic times wo may says the Fruitgrower have got over the superstition regarding the In sects sacredness so far as the virgin Is concerned for tho good they do they should be sacred to every market grow er Perhaps the most beautiful of all ladybird I octodecImpunctata Ivy PolionlaflT thedrugsIn t case of poisoning from poison Ivy or sumac Unless one does something as = soon as the telltale itching begins When the pustules break open there bearHsboullboahvayskeptIn every five minutes till the trouble Iii iI 0 4W + r f- qO1Irrctl ttthe Breckenridge New WEDNESDAY August 17 1904 COWBOYS t AS FIREMEN The Way They Battle With Flames On the Prairies Horses AndI Men Plunge Through Fire THEY HAVE NERVE AND PLUCK The flreinen of time plains work wfth a system each moan knowing T what Is expected of him and bravely executing it like firemen of the city Cowboys are the fire fighters of the plains and burning grass is the ma terial consumed We will take for Illustration the treat Espuela or spur ranch In the er Panhandle country of northwest as and go back a number of years en destructive fires were more fre ant than they are now Hundreds of boys were employed on that ranch- Ingr in camps widely separated C- Ong the unsettled counties of Dick- S Crosby Garza and Kent great and very destructive prairie tbs often occurred and systematic inns were adopted to light successful the devouring element which not Iy involved a great loss of grass but stock also One of the most success III plans was the following It was un IjJMtood among the men at the various camps that when smoke was discov1 1erect ascending from the prairie each r and every cowboy must saddle his horse and gallop away toward the fire straight out in a line from his camp t Tills had to be done at night also the tIre then being detected by its light l and the boys would come from every direction striking the line of Ore at many different points almost at the name time If the tire had spread much the men from the different camps would sometimes be many miles from each other those frown the same station going in a squad together If it was at night the scene would be one of wild and weird grandeur the great line of fire the galloping horses as the cowboys approached It some from camps on opposite sides their forms and those of their horses stand Ing in relief In the bright glare of the burning grass Herds of bellowing frightened stampeding cattle made the scene more terrible and exciting as they ran before the pursuing crn6kllng roaring flames Above the dfiMQuld be heard loud shouts of com tnand from leaders of the assembling v menThe men were not standing still on their horses The fire was traveling and they were going with it until ready to begin their attack Cattle must be sacrificed to sure cattle As soon as an animal fell four cowboys Dismounted and sharp knives and hatchets were at work and In less f time than it takes to tell the slain animal k was cut In twain The halves were spilt so as to lay flat upon the ground and to each hoof the end of a rope was fastened the other end being around the pommel of cowboys sad idle They dashed away to the line of fire dragging the severed parts aft er them When the cowboys reached this two men would cross plunge through the blaze Tom tried It but his horse wheeled and turners away from the blaze snorting loudly and in terror Give me your end of the rope Torn one of the other men said I can go over Black Duncan will face Jtjt And with a great plunge he clear firerOne two alsO crossed tj1 ritbnnt a moments halt and with t The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There is a disease prevailing in this country most dangerous because so decep book live Many sudden deaths are caused disease heart failure or apoplexy are often the result of kidney disease If kidney trouble is al lowed to advance blood will attack the vital organs or the I kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell 1IIadd troubles most always result from- a derangement of the kidneys and a cure Is obtained quickest by a proper treatment of the kidneys If you are feeling badly you 1 can make no mistake by taking Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver and P bladder remedy i It corrects inability to hold urine and scald ing pain In passing It and overcomes that i pleasant necessity of being tto ooften during the day and to get up many If times during the night The mild and the extraordinary effect of SwampRoot Is It stands the hIghest for Its won ierful cures of the moet cases soldby Ii irhVwonderfuT Youmaysave new lisIteovery and a that tells all about ft hotk b- yitheart pneumonia th- ekidneypoisoned compelled soon- Yullzed distressing sent free by hall Address Dr Kilmer tt Co mentionreadingt Dostmake ay aUttake but remember the name Swamp Root Dr Kllmers Swam pRoots and the address Binghamton N Y oa 6THJT bottle C t scorcnua taceb they wneeieu taetr horsed and ran parallel with the fire dragging the bloody half of the beef over It smothering tho Ore out as fast as their horses could run and drag the weight One man was then on one side of the fire and the other on the opposite each with his rope to the foot of a beef straddling the blaze and beating out the greater part of It They wore slick duck Jackets and leggings upon which the fire cquld not easily take bold It was hot work however They could get only tho length of their ropes from the Ore The two men with the other half of the beef were going In the opposite direction taking the other end of the line of fire Suppose the fire was traveling south and the line extending east and west two dragged east and two west fast receding from each other and every moment widening the black streak which marked the trail of the smothered flames While these four men were getting ready to do this work other cowboys were sitting on their horses near by their faces lit up by the burning grass and cheering their companions who were crossing the fire line to fight the main battle Those however who were Idle had their work to do Each held a rolled slicker in his right hand and when the breach was made In the fire line they divided their forces and followed tho boys who were sweeping the flames In order to extinguish effectually any which might be left Before the plan described was put in practice wagons loaded with water and tow sacks were run to a fire and the boys had to dismount and fight tho flames with wet sacks They were supplied with these by men galloping back and forth between the wagons and fire fighters The dry hot sacks were carried back as fast as wet ones were furnished The other plan was the best being more rapid and elflclont Horses would get crippled and men burned at times especially when the wind was high those on the windward side being most exposed Some have been known to 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with an instrument called a tangle In great quantities dud pile them up ashore where tho sun soon kills them But that as you may Imagine is not an operation calculated to make the neighborhood of the place very fragrant for the star has a fear ful odor after he dies Now this planter of whom I am speaking had a plan to avoid all this lie told one of his men off with an ax and as toe as tho boats brought in a load of starfish the as was plied and the pieces were then dumped over board He rubbed hlsw bands over his good idea but he wasnt so pleased a month or so afterward when the starfish begun tq devour his oysters again and Investigation with tho dredge and tan gle showed that there were more of tliem than ever on his beds About this time an expert from the fish commission came snooping around for curiosities and ho heard of course about the stars He began to laugh All tha6yqu succeeded In doing said lie to tho oyster planter when you chopped up the starfish was to Sa crease them Dont you know that starfish oan bo cut Into as many as six pieces and still not only survive but form a new starfish from almost every rwo Now Ynrk Proaa A Wanting to flotheri Too much care cannot be used with small children during the hot weath- erof the summer months to guard against bowel troubles As a ruin It is only necessary to give the child a dose of castor oil to correct any dIs- order of the bowels Do not use any substitute but give the oldfashioned oastor oil and see that it is fresh as rancid oil nauseates and has u tendency to gripe If this does not check the bowels give Chamberlains Colic Cholera ind Diarrhoea Remedy anti then a dose of castor oil and the disease may be checked In Its Incljiienoy and oil danger avoided The castor oil and this remedy should be procured at once Iud kept ready for instant use as soon as the first indication of any bowel trouble ap pears This is the most successful treatment known and may be relied upon with implicit confidence even In cases of cholera infantum For BalA by Short K Haynes From the Chinese Here Is n fatuous passage from the writings of a Chinese philosopher More than twenty centuries ago It pained the author the sobriquet of lluttcrfly Chung The philosopher tells of a dream Once upon a time I Chung Tzu dreamed I was a butterfly fluttering hither and thither to all In tents and purposes a butterfly I was conscious only of following my fancy as a butterfly and was unconscious of my Individuality as n man Suddenly I awakened and there I lay myself again Now I do not know whether I was then a man dreaming I was n butterfly or whether I am now a butterfly dreaming I am a man Sleep Good Dont let Mosquitoes keep you awake at night Apply Farucamph to your face and hands before retiring It1 will prevent the mosquitoes biting you If they should happen to bite you it will relieve the pain and prevent swelling Old VnnIilnnton CnMom According to ancient and established usage United States senators send out small envelopes containing their cards at the beginning of every session and the dainty little missives nre distrIb- uted through the senate postolllce This custom dates back beyond the memory of nay living senator and even beyond the bounds of ofllclal record National Magazine A Perfect Painless Pill is the one that will cleanse the ss temset the liver to action remove the tulle clear the complexion cure headache and leave good taste in the mouth The famous little pills for doing such work pleasantly and effectually are DeWitts Early Risers Bob Moore of Lafay tte Ind says It All Other pills I have need grips and sicken while DeWitts Little Knriy Risers are simply perfect Sold by all dru jgists Snlted Them Hotter First Youth That was a great tragedy wasnt It Did you take your par eats tq see tSecond YouthOh no they arc too old for that sort of thing They went to n farce comedy Life Settling flown Mary Ann was a solid and healthy native of Prince Edward Island At the age of twenty she had entered the kitchen of a Boston family and there she had reigned for fifteen years Every year slur txis left In charge of the city house for the three summer months while the family were at the mountains and during the rest of the yens she directed the domestic affairs of the household in a firm and tranquil wayWhen the family returned In the fif teenth autumn of Mary Anns reign she announced her inteutlon to marry within a month Ive been knocking about the world for this last fifteen years said Mary Ann and its time I settled down If ever I mean to do it It doesnt seem to me as if you bad knocked about much said her mis tress with mild resentment but Im glad you are to have a horn of your own What la the young mans busi ness Hes the traveling agent for a new stove lifter and a gas burner sold Ma ry Ann proudly and hes going to take mo with him wherever he goes Xtutua Companion An Outrage When Major General Sir John McNeil V C was badly wounded at Essaman in the Ashnntl war he emerged from the bush exclaiming in angry and indignant tones as If some one had deeply insulted him An infernal scoundrel out there has shot no through the arm A Trace Time counsel for the plaintiff hud been bullying the witness for an hour when ho finally asked Is It true that there are traces of Insanity in your family Very likely answered the witness My grandfather who woe studying for the ministry gave it up to become a lawyer Do Their Own Sweet Will Visitor I sco you have water bugs In tho house What do you do for them I3oateae0oodaees me I dont have to do anything for them They are per fectly competent to do for themselves They own the whole house and ertrj thing in It Boston Transcript A subscription tothe News Is a dol lar well investal1 A i t L OCoanell Wonderful Or ory Daniel OConnell the Irish orator poke in Covent Garden London many years ago and John Coleman an old English actor pictured him as follows The audience hung spellbound on the words of the great orator His reso nant and magnificent voice flavored with Its ri j Hibernian accent held both soul mind sense captive As for me my Celtic blood took fire my heart throbbed with passionate Indignation or melted Into tears as he dwelt upon the wrongs of my beloved country Never miruly was such n born orator Stern mon cried one moment and laughed tin next Strange to say they never laughed In the wrong place though once at least ho afforded them a unique opportunity As he approach ed the end of his oration carried away by his theme he took his wig off a brown Juziy put It In his hat anti plopped his beautiful bald brow with a great naming crimson bandanna Time action appeared so natural nod appro pIlate that no one seemed to think It absurd or even Incongruous I In imi it Knr u Deformity Whllt the emirs of animals said a naturalist are erect mind comely the human ear Is crumpled crushed and flattened It is mans Intelligence that is responsible for this deformity of his ear Mans brain you see tins made his head top heavy An animals neck alone furnishes enough support In sleep but mans neck Is too weak to sustain Its brain weighed skull which In consequence must be laid with the ear underneath upon n pillow Man I have no doubt had an erect smooth shapely oar In the beginning but his head with Its developing brain out grew his necks power to support It Thence camp the headrest or pillow with Its consequent crushing and crumpling of the ear and thence came the ear of today a deformity which being universal Is not deemed a de formity nt all j A Sliver Mbrnry There Is In tho royal library of Ko nlgsberg n silver library consisting of a collection of twenty books mostly theological bound In pure silver nnrlI having a rich symbolical ornnmenta tion partly In gold The library has been In possession of this treasure since 1011 These books were made by order of Albert the first duke of Prus slim In tin latter half of the sl teenthI century It Is supposed that they were made at Nuremberg where Albert wnRI stationed for three years Through the efforts of Ostandor and afterward Lu ther Duke Albert became a friend of the reformation Copies of the silver library are made accessible to students by taking hcllographlc copies of the same A Painter Retort Shortly after Franz Lcnbach had painted the portrait of Emperor WIl lielm I a privy councilor called on him to express the empgrors satisfaction There was only one criticism to make would the professor be so kind as to paint more distinctly the buttons on the uniform which were only indicated vaguely Lenbnch looked at him a moment over his glasses and said II Look here Mr Councilor I paint heads not buttons Ich mnl nur koepfe nberkelne knoepfe Toll his majesty thatl Time emperor when this answer was brought to him laughed heartily Traveling Vlmle The whales that swim about the Is lands which lie oft the coast of Norway and Finland In March and April travel Immense distances In May they turn up at the Azores or even at the Bermu dns and sometimes pay a visit to thuI Antilles They swim not for In June they are back off Norway Some of these whales have been known to bring back evidences of where they have been for harpoons of the peculiar kind used off the coast of South America have been found stuck In them The first time that little Addle heard an echo she said Mamma listen at Ihe shadow of the noiseLittle Chronicle find Jniit Refused slim v He looks awfully blue Whats the matter with him Heart trouble replied the girl some what consciously Chicago Post Webster and Jenny Lind Tlx following quaint story of Daniel Webster and Jenny Lind Is told In Washington the Capital City It chanced that on the day of Jenny Llnds appearance several members of tho cabinet and senate were the guests at dinner of the Russian minister and the concert was half over when Webster and the other members of the party entered the haM When the ap plause with which they were received had subsided the second part of the concert was opened by the gifted Swede with Hall Columbia Deeply moved by the patriotic air Webster at tho close of the first verse rose and added his rich sonorous voice to the chorus His wife who sat be hind him pulled at his coat tall to make him stop singing but at the close of each verse the volunteer basso joined in and none could tell whether Lind Webster or the audience was most delighted As the last notes of the song died away Webster hat in band made a profound bow to the singer Jenny Lind blushing at the honor courtesled whllo the audience applauded to the echo Webster not to be outdone in politeness bowed again Again Llnd courtesled tho house applauded and this was repeated nine times 50 NEAT STYLISH VIS ITING CARDS FOR JUST 60 CENTS AT THIS OFFICE 0 4 7 L T U LY r A KNOWN REPUTATIONT- he Geo Delker Cos reputation in the vehicle business is well knownsItgracefullydesignedIt stands for the lowest prices at which really good vehicles can be sold It stands for the newest and latest styles It stands for 4 reputationTheir w new catalogue or call at factory on Elm Street Henderson Ky THE GEO DELKER CO A CORPORATION 11- not Sold by dealers dealer does handle the Geo Delker Workwrite direct to the factory rIK 1 M r Buy your schoolIsupplies at Jno D Babbages New and Second= hand Bookstore 1 n w 10u att 1 IHALISI lVEGETABLE SICILI- ANHairRenewer Makes the hair grow long and heavy and keeps it soft and glossy Stops falling hair and cures dandruff And it always restores color to gray hair Sold for fifty years miaptt u- tmmPrinting a 1 w That enchances its Users repute tion is the kind we do r a I 1 i I j j 1 THE NEWS j 50 calling card350c The News IDUID Shes the most Insulting woman I ever met I never liked her myself Just thinkI The last time she visit ed ua she didnt wipe her feet when she came in but she did wipe them when she went out lib Latchkey First Matron I am told that you al low your husband to carry a latchkey Second Matron Yea but it doea not fit tho door I Jelt let him carry It to humor him He likes to show It to his friends and make them think that be 1U Independent i4 t + ASoldierIneoneti tent Oh Georgel exclaimed the young w wife It was nearly midnight before you got home last night Well well exclaimed tho husband t You women are so Inconsistent Bs fore we were married you didnt car6II how late I got homeSloux Fall I Press An Improvement Mrs Winks So you have taken aM other companion for better or worse eM Mrs Second Trip Ono for bt ter my dear He cant possibly b9 worse than tho other one was r- r tL C 0 e F IrI NewsArAUGUST 17 10W I IwZDNuSDAY OLD TIME COOKERY t Curious Receipts That Were In 4 4t Use in the Fifteenth Century a t c am roiurno toe Mooie hose vtr Cookry ffor n Irynce Uoussolde or cny r other Estntoly Houssjqjdo written i about the year 1407 Contains many rare and curious recipes in use in those I days not only for ordinary dishes but those to be oaten on fast anti fish days It is curious In reading this cookery book to find that there are the same birds beasts and fishes the same j courses and sometimes the same names to dishes as In a modern one but al- thoughij the names are often the same the ingredients and the preparation f are very different For instance their f blanche mange was composed of I lamprey or other fish and their cus tards small contained fresh pork winced ti Ii Here is one recipe from the book To make mon amy take and boll cows cream and when it Is boiled set It aside and let It cool Then take cow curds and press out the whey then bruise them in a mortar and east them in the togetherii t buttsetting down put in yolks of eggs well t beaten and do away the strain and let tho potage be standing then arrange 1 It In dishes and plant therein flowers of violets and serve It i Some of the recipes In this quaint old i t book were Intended specially for a I i lordes table For Instance a pike was to be served whole to a lorde t but cut in pieces for the commonalte Cabbages were to be thickened with f grated bread for ordinary people but tl lordelI were either gold or silver for great oc casions and wooden trenchers and pInt ters for ordinary use It was not till t thattplates began to bo generally used Instead of wood tIj i t TCXttJames Riley told n story ats1 boyhoodrHe was sot at hoeing potatoes but did not prove to be especially Iindustrious E When taken to task for his lock of ap plication he only replied Waal the good book says Do all things in mod eration Well it came on dinnertime J at last says the humorist and the old codger did his share nobly In I fact he ate enough to kill two or three ordinary mon Some one gently hinted that the text didnt seem to apply He I opened n worn little Bible and Impel turbably pointed to a passage It read doIIIt with all thy might Dow and Arrow Drill In China In 1890 a year after the war with Japan so disastrous for China a high Chinese oillcial who had never seen n shot tired penned a memorial to the throne to prove that Chinas defeats wore due solely to her having exchanged the methods of warfare ti taught by the sages for newfangled European ideas and European weapons iiI The memorial was published with com I mendation from the throne and I my self saw Chinese recruits practicing t f outside the walls of Pelting with bows y and arrows Valentine Chlrol In Na k tional Review j jThet Dead Sea t serIj percentagej1 1nbout 20 per cent The principal solid ingredients are the chlorides of sodl f um magnesium and calcium The deepest part of the Dead seas bed lies 2600 feet below the level of the Medi terranean Its depth there Is 1310 feet It i Oddly enough It has a cloud system of Its own for one may frequently see cloud banks lying over the Dead sea which are GOO or 700 feet below the level of the ocean t lie Win n Stayer She desperately Dont you believe I they will worry over your absence if t you fail to return home until such a lato Jour He carelessly Theres no body to worry except the landlady and I make a point to keep her worrying by always owing her a mouths board Cleveland Plain Dealer + t tlieRetired Papa remarked the congressmans daughter looking at the clock What Is It Lou naked papa who bad lingered In the drawing room with the young people It is 0 oclock At this time George i and I usually go into committee Then papa retired riemlnff Him p Mrs Gay Yes I know my husband cant afford all these things but Im buying them to please him l Mrs Schoppeu To please him r t Mrs GayYes theres nothing that pleases him more than a chance to tell his people what a martyr he IsPhlla delphla Press OAJWOX1XA BoutrSfgutue of- ll 1 t iAS JAitliJ 4 5 DISfIGOflING HUMORS Of the Skin and Scalp Speedily Cured by Baths w- ithUTIURA Soap to cleanse the skin ofcrusts and scales and soften the thick ened cuticle gentle applications of CUTICURA Ointment to instantly allay itching irritation and inflammation and soothe and heal and mild doses of CUTICURA Pills to cool and cleanse the blood A single Set costing but One Dollar is often sufficient to cure Sold throughout the world Cutlcur Sop He Oint ment tine Hwolvtnt lie In form of Chocolate boated lilts Sic per rlil of 60 llepoti London 21 Charter hove I larll S flue delle 1atx I notion 1ST Columbus Arr Potter Drug k Chem Corp Sole Props orSend for The meat Uumor Cure SENTENCE SERMON There is no short cut to happiness Virtue Is not a matter of vocabulary Nothing succeeds where tho soul falls A little silence may save a lot of sor rowWith God lIfo and love are synony mousA sharp man always cuts his own fingers Repentance cannot tear up the roots of the past No moan reaches the stage of triumph but by the steps of trial The man who takes life as n dose nl ways finds It a bitter one A man makes no particular progress by patting himself on the hack Virtue may be Its own reward but It Is not its own advertising agent Some men expect to acquire all their goon habits lu their second childhood Chicago Tribune Origin of the Salvation Army The Salvation Army had its origin in the town of Whitby In the rough coal mining district of Yorkshire where General Booth at that time Rev Wil liam Booth was doing humble mission work England was then In arms expecting to jump Into the RussoTurklsh war It occurred to Booth that he might attract a crowd by Issuing a dec laration of war himself so he prepared one forthwith sprinkled it plentifully with halleluiahs and posted 2000 copies of it about town The device tickled the British senAo of humor there was a redhph rousing meeting to quote Geneol Booth the penitent fell down In heaps and the Salvation Army sprang into life full grown Where the Crowd Went An old actor was illustrating the danger of giving advice and he told of a theatrical manager who adopted the line Go where the crowds go as a sort of trademark and used It on all his literature and posters The scheme worked pretty well said the actor until the theatrical man struck a town at the same time a circus was there Then the suggestion Go where the crowds go proved a boomerang for the crowds were going to the circus and the theatrical man went broke Is tile boss going tu B 19 W IV wo raise you asked for WellorIm afraid to say I told him I thought my pay should be commensurate with the amount of work I do and he promptly agreed with me Philadelphia Press The Glowworm Light The luminous organ of the glow worm Is n rounded area on tho ab domen under which is a fatty sub stance that gives out a phosphorescent light as the result of slow chemical change We may regard this as a love light which attracts the active winged males during the hours of darkness for glowworms are of nocturnal habits The eyes of the male are unusually large and well developed no doubt In order to help him In the search for his shining but more slug glsh mate In some other species such as tho fireflies of south Europe it is the males which give out light and the reason for this is not clear Pos slbly it promotes rivalry In courtship and it has also been suggested that It may serve as a means of amusement WILLS IN ENGLAND I I Interesting Old Documents That Are on File In the Quaint Somerset House II t 14 ui louJU liiutllg Oil onoII side UIL 1iiiiiotis thoroughfare knownII us the Strand and on the other looking on the Thanes will bo found Somerset House once a private palace but nowI devoted to various departments of the Inland revenue of Great Britain Perhaps tho most Interesting govern ment department In Somerset House Is that devoted to the filing of wills and as might bo supposed tho collection IsI immense varied and extraordinary ranging from the will of Shakespeare himself containing practically the only known autograph Of the world renown ed poet right down to mere curiosities In wills such as those carved on the lid of a desk or contained within secretI cabinets or escritoires Here for 23 cents one may inspect the will of any British person There are wills leaving Immense sums to cats and dogs wills written In human blood But the most interesting one has quite a romantic history- It Is the will of a British offlclal who died In Cairo of the plague BeforeI his death he took care to prepare his will upon parchment procured from UleI skin of a freshly killed goat but as heI handled this skit himself It wosI thought later on that the will mightI have the power of transmitting the dreadful plague from which Its writer died Accordingly after having been passed from hand to hand with some what disastrous results In tho way of plague and death the will was put into a bottle of spirits Arrived at Somerset House the will was read to the next of kin and deposited among the ar chives of the department Kansas City Independent Way to Avoid Annoyance I understand he said that we are reported to be engaged I believe some one has taken the liberty of starting such a rumor she repliedWell dont you think it would be easier to make the rumor true than to go to the trouble and annoyance of denying it he suggested Perhaps you are right she admitted Such denials are always ineffec tive In addition to being more or IPSS distressing Chicago Post c I Heady For Something El The New Boy What do you do In your Sunday school The Rev Dr SaintlyWe study tho Bible The New BoyBut Ive been through that Brooklyn LHe Pity Is the virtue of the law and 111 lit lint tT routs tile It cruelly kl II rt An UiiKrntcfnl Tcnctcr Little Boy They wont ever get me to give another 10 cents toward a present of a book for the teacher Mother What went wrong Little Boy We got the prlnelpnl to select one for her anti he picked out one that was Jus crowded full of information and shes been teuchln it to us ever sln eITwo Cow A Kansas man has a cow who chewed off a roosters tall and the next day when he milked her she gave a gallon anti a half of the finest kind of cocktail We hind n cow ourselves once who swallowed an almanac and gave creamed dates Kennebec Mo Journal Her Girlhood Way You must not expect me to give up my girlhoods ways all at once said the happy bride Oh I wont ho replied I hope youll keep right on taking an allow ance from your father just as if noth ing had happened Superior Wis Telegram Her Revenue First WomanWhat did your husband bring homo from his visit to the city Second WomanTwo silver spoons for the children and I was so mad at his extravagance that I went straight down to the store and bought me a new dressCleveland Leader The BInu er Breath The old fable of the siren has IItp duplicate in one of the most deadly of modern weapons The whistle of a bullet ought to be a deadly sound it Is surprising to be told that It Is a beautiful one Mr IL F Prevost Bat tersby says In his South African notes called In the Web of a War The Mausers most melodious period is from 800 to 18000 yards Over that distance Its notq is the most exquisitely lovely of single sounds The silky breath of the Mauser is a phrase that adequately describes it But there is something more about Iti than Its beauty something strange and baleful It goes by like the singing of a wondering soul that can find rest on ly by bringing death to another It Is a sighing so indescribably tender and sad and sweet that every sound of bur man lips seems without charm beside It After lying for a time under that silky breath ono has oven to resist a desire to lift his bend and take the next puff of It in his lace v Every man should profit by his own mistakes but most of us would prefer to profit by the mistakes cr others Philadelphia Record t jI iLw 11 rHz r yC Killing a King Cefera Tales of tiger shooting la India ere common enough but ono docs not hear much about king cobra hunting A Mcrvyn Smith tells how accompanied by two natives he went to a spot whore a pal of king cobras were known to be On arrival at the place ho was made to get under a basket i the meshes of which were too small for n king cobra to put his head through While he was beneath this basket one of the snakes came out and was shot with arrows by natives The other cobra then appeared and endeav ored to overturn the coop Describing tho Incident tho writer says The ter ror of that moment I cannot express What if It should overturn the basket The strength of thirteen feet of musclel must be enormous and if used In the right direction would soon overcouir my pull at the cord What would then happen Certain death for me I felt sure Again the whiz of an arrow and I saw a gaping wound along the neck of the fierce brute as It quitted Its hold to look for this new foe Fixing my knee on the cord I now placed the muzzle of my gun Just through ono of the square openings in the basket and aiming at the hood fired both barrels in rapid succession and had the satis faction of seeing the horrid brute fling up the leaves and dust in its death throes Wo Influence Above In Dr John Halls time it was the custom in his church to use the old fashioned simple hymns and the sing ing was congregational On one occasion William M Evarts discovered E Delafleld Smith then corporation counsel of New York city singing with all his heart and whispered to his friend Why there Is Smith singing I want to be nn angel 1 knew he want ed to be district attorney but I didnt knqw he wanted to be nn angel The remark was repeated to Mr Smith and quick as a flash came the retortNo I hove never mentioned the mat ter to Evans knowing that he had no influence In that direction Iondlnw Satnii Down Lightning knocked the church steeple down some one said to Brother Dickey Yes Satans eyes always flush fire when he sees a church she pie gwlne up And heres a colored brother killed another at n camp meet ing Yes Satan goes tor mectln long wid de res er dcm en sometimes shouts de loudes And a preacher was drowned In the river last week Oh yes Satans in de water too Ho bleege ter go dar ter cool off So you blame everything on Satan do you Bless God was the reply Aint dat whnt hes ferAtlanta Constitution America by u Storm Hint Swept Min neapolls nod St IHtil I St Paul Aug 22Death to 12 persons injuries to scores and destruction to property both private and public estimated in round numbers at 1000000 rode on a screeching gale which tore down tho valley of tho Mississippi from a point somewhere near the confluence of the Minnesota and Mississippi rivers near Fort Snelling At about that point the fury of the elements seemingly divid ed and with a roar descended on the Twin Cities and their environs The storm did great damage at St Louis park a manufacturing suburb situated about six miles from Minne apolis The loss here is estimated at 60000 Three persons were killed and 25 Injurled The dead Albert Odhe aged 32 six year old son ot FrankI Hedges and an unknown girl aged 10 A courier from Waconl says that place was visited by a tornado which devastated the country for miles about and from the meager reports obtain able so far four persons were killed and several injured The Minneapolis t St Louis depot was demolished but several persons who had taken refuge escaped Injury Killed Four Glencoe Minn Aug 22A tornado struck the townships of Rich Valley and Bergen killing four persons Mary ODonnell aged 13 daughter of Pat rick ODonnell and the sevenyearold son of Anthony ODonnel and Freder- Ick Gross and his mother and destroy ing thousands of acres of grain and many barns houses and sheds Th storm extended over many counties The greatest damage in this section was a washout of 10 miles long and mile wide PERUNA SAVED MY LIFE 11l IWrites Mrs W McRoberts UII Do All My Housework and Take Care of My Baby and I Feel So Good A YOUNG MOTHERS LETTER Dr1HartmanfollowingDelano Miss Dr S B Hartman Columbus Ohio Dear Sirfeel perfectly well of catarrh I did as you directed mo to and took Peruna and Manalin Tho third of March I gave birth to a ten pound baby girl and wo are both well and happy I am very thankful to you and Peruniv saved my life I recommend it to everyone and cant praise It enough 1 send you my own and my babys picture She is so sweat and good sho is a Poruna baby I have such good health now I do all my housework and tako caro of my baby and tool so good Thoro aro throe or four of my neighbors using Peruna now slnco it did me so much good They woro I Just run down and they think it is fine it Is so good to give strength Mrs W Mcnoberts Worst Storm In Years Ky Aug ITThis vicinity was visited by the worst storm In the wind hall and growing crops of corn and to and outhouses were razed No fatalities have tnal reported L M anrPTlTH Arco MRS writes I urn thirty years old and novel had any children but alnco beginning your medfolnd1tgavo birth to 10pound baby girl 1 am dtrongor thrin I have been since I was quite young God bless you and your rocdlclno forever MRS L M GRIFFITH If your do not derive prompt and 4 satisfactory results from tho use of Poruna wri to at once to Dr Hartman gIvIng a full statement of your caso 1plcnsedbOo 11 Address Dr Hartman President of t I Tho Hartman Sanitarium Columbus t tJ === NOTICE l TO TAXPAYERS I will be at Rockvale Wed Aug 31 Gleudeane Thurs Sept 15 McDaniel Thurs Sept 8 to collect your taxes rleet me and settle your accounts RespectivelyF S B Cl By H M BEARD D S Maysvllle neighborhoodelightning damaged tobacco fencingar OhioI Big Lumber Deal Marinette Wis Aug l8The C M Belts company of Buffalo N Y closed company i Its entire seasons cut of lumber t amounting to over 15000000 feet The consideration was about 350000 It U one of the largest deals thin vas Choice Milling Wheat wanieflt ea1 We are today paying SLOT cts per bushel de livered on track Louisville for No2 Soft Red Winter Wheat and aim at all times to pay the 4 top market priceC- OMMUNICATE JI fWITH US BEFORE SELLING Ballard Ballard Co AUG 23 1904 s Louisville Ky w r +ti+ LS 1