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THE BRECKENRIDGE NE-WSkALLii THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXIX I CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 31 1905 8 Pages NO 46 1 I JAPS WIN BIG BATTLE I t 1 Ninetefn Russian Ships are Sunk or Captured and Admiral Drowned LAST SLAV FLEET IS ANNIHILATED I Peace at any Cost Sure to be Sought by Russia Europe IsStirred by Greatest of Naval Victories Since Trafalgar LONDON MAY 29ON SUNDAY ADMIRAL ROJEST VENSKYS FLEET WAS SWEPT FROM EXISTENCE INi THE STORM OF JAPANESE FIRE AND TODAY EUROPE ROCKS FROM THE SHOCK OF THE GREATEST SEA FIGHT SINCE TRAFALGAR LASjTD I ASIATIC EMPIRE OF THE CZAR WENT DOWN IN COM MON RUIN THE WHITE TERROR OF RUSSIA IS ATI ANEND AND THE YELLOW TERROR OF JAPAN STANDS PANOPLIED AND VICTORIOUS IN THE PATH OF HISTORYTWO BATTLE SHIPS ONE COAST DEFENDER FIVE CRUISERS TWO SPECIAL SERVICE SHIPS AND THREE DESTROYERS SUNK AND TWO BATTLE SHIPS TWO COAST DEFENDERS ONE SPECIAL SERVICE SHIP AND ONE DESTROYER CAPTURED IS THE TOLL OF BATTLEMOREOVER THERE ARE 2000 RUSSIAN PRISON ERS IN JAPANES HANDS AND PROBABLY 5000 CORPSES EITHER DRIFTING IN THE KOREAN STRAITS OR LOCKED IN IRON HULKS AT THE BOTTOM OF THE SEA ALL THIS WITH PRACTICALLY Y NO JAPANESE LOSS I IN LQNDON THERE IS CELEBRATION IN ST PETERSBURG THERE IS SOMETHING LIKE BLIND k l TERqR IN THE OTHER CAPITALS OF EUROPE THERE ISOPEN EYED CONSTEF NATION AND ALARM RUSSIAN ADMIRAL DROWNED WASHINGTON MAY 30 321 A MTHE POST THIS MORNING SAYS THE NAVY DEPARTMENT HAS RECEIVED AN OF FICIAL TELEGRAM FROM TOKIO SAYING THAT THE BATTLESHIP KNIAZ SOUVAROFF VICEADMIRAL ROJESTVENSKYS FLAGSHIP WENT DOWN IN ACT ION AND VICEADMIRAL ROJESTVENSKY WAS LOST PEACE AT ANY PRICE THE CRY ST PETERSBURG MAY 30AFTER WAITING VAINLY ALL DAY AND THE EVENING FOR DIRECT NEWS FROM THE SCATTERED REMNANTS OF 1 ROJESTVENSKYS DESTROYED AND BATTERED FLEET THE RUSSIAN ADMIRALTY AT MIDNIGHT NO LONGER ATTEMPTED TO HOLD OUT AGAINST I1HE OVERWHELMING EVIDENCE POURING IN FROM tttI DIRECTIONS THE EMPEROR WAS COMPLETELY PROSTRATEDI BY THE NEWS AND BROKE DOWN AND WEPT THE j EFF CT OF THE DISASTER WILL BE A TE RIBLE BLOW TO THE GOVERNMENT THE FUTILITY OF TRYING TO STAGGER ON ON LAND IS EVERY WHERE RECOGNIZED AND THE CRY FOR PEACE AT ANY PRICE IS SURE TO BE RAISED THIS TIME IT IS BELIEVED THE GOVERNMENT CANNOT RESIST SUCH A CRY INDEED THE RADICAL LIBERALS ARE OPENLY REJOICING IN THIS HOUR OF THEIR COUNTRYS HUMILIATION THEY DE CLARE THE DISASTER MEANS PEACE AND CON STITUTION i GREENHART CASE REVERSED y t l Dr Hart Given Judgment For 1050 By the Court Of Appeals j llardinsburg Ky May 30 SpecialTho GreenHart case has been reversed by the Court off Appeals giving Hart a judgment for 1050Co1 Lafo Green institu ted the suit claiming that Dr J H Hart owed him 3750 dyer II some partnership transactions Dr Hart filed answer and asked a judgment against Green for 5000 In the Circuit Court Hart S obtained a judgment for 2000 From this judgment both parties appealed with the result as above stated Col Green was repre 1 sented by Murray Murray and James S Wortham and DrU Hart by Mercer Mercer and J Allen Deane Injured While Playing Ball Hardinsburg Ky May 30 SpecialEd Dillon while play ing base ball at Kirk Saturday accidentally broke his left leg be tween the knee and ankle Dra John E Kincheloo set the injured member and he was brought home in the evening He will 1 probably be able to resume his duties as deputy county court clerk within a month Send in your Subscription now o 0 0 iWliJ USEFUL CITIZEN IS CLAIMED BY DEATH Chas Tinius Successful Farmer And WellKnown German Dies Of the Infirmities of Old Age Charles Tinius Sr one of the countys most successful farmers and usefulcitizens died last Thursday morning at 230 oclock at his home about five miles east of this city Death was due principally to the infirmities of oldage His health had been fail ing for several years About fifteen months ago ho lot his eyesight but he believed until death tha tit would be restored Mr Tinius way born in Berlin Germany on June 271S34 He came to America in 1S51 and locnt ed at Cannclton where he worked at his trade of cabinet maker In 1859 he came to this county and settled on the farm where ho died For nearly half a century he en gaged in farming and viniculture his vineyards being the largest in the county His life was one of industry and honesty and the business which he built up was the result of his own efforts In January 1860 sir Tinius was married at Holt to Miss Caroline Bereck who survives Of the six children born to the union five are living They are Mrs Geo Unserof OwensborOjMrs Amanda Basham William of Seattle Wash and James and Charles Jr Mrs Amelia Dickwife of Daniel Dick the other child died in 1890 Mr Tinius is survived also by a half sister Mrs Mary Tinius of Evansville JnjJjine 1873 Mr Tinius unit ed with the Baptist churchat Holt Mr Tinius was a subscriber this paper for thirty years Ho always paid his subscription in advance on the first of January in each year By the death of Mr Tinuis this county lost one of its old est German citizens Ulrich Farber and B Bohler of this cityI being those remaining The news of his death was received with re gret by old freinds here at Can nelton Tell City and other points The funeral was held Friday afternoon at 1 oclock from the family residence Rev J T Lewis of Irvington officiating The interment was at the family graveyard at Mt Joseph Among those from a distance who attended were air and Mrs Geo Unser of Owensboro and Mrs Mary Tin ius of Evansville NOTICE j All persons owing the estate ot J E Buckby aro requested to call and set tIts with ineAll persons having claims j against the estate present the same properly proved Olive Back by Adtux I Death of J L Rush Webster Ky May 30Spec ialvJ L Hush a Union veteran = died at his homo at Clifton Mills last Friday Mr Rush suffered a paralytic stroke over three years as a result of which ho had been confined to his bed over since Ho leaves a wife and eight children Work of a Negro Burglar Patesville Ky stay 30Spec- ialAn unknown negro entered to the home of S J Baker last Wednesday while the family was and stole a hat anda pair of shoes Ho then passed through town and entered the house of John Lynch taking away with of him a few small articles It is re ported that ho stole a coat from a how suit of clothes1 from tI Icdence of J W Bradshaw before mhea FARMERS RECEIVE BIDS ON TWINE Wheat Growers Have Significant Meeting Att IrvingtonCowley Simmons Get Contract Some Statistics About Wheat Crop THIRD STRONG COOPERATIVE 4 MOVEMENT i Farmers of the Irvington Bewleyville Webster and GustonI neighborhoods met at Irvington last Saturday for the puiposo ofre ceiving bids on 3000 pounds of Minder twine to be furnished them under one contract Six bids were made and Cowley Simmons secured the contract Thusmeeting was full of significance as it wasi another evidence of the fa a hat farmers are indeed coming to the front that they are coopeimtng for their mutul benefit and that they are having more to say than ever before what thej shall pay for the manufactured articles they are compelled to use in carrying on the in dustry of agriculture find at the same time not being antagonistic to any other industry or business The bids which were made on 3000 pounds of binder twine werei as follows tficGlothlan PigottStandarclor Sisal twine480 fcetjtopound 1025 per hundred pounds Plymouth Cordage Company505 feet to pound 1040 Oowley SimmonsSisal twine S994 best McCormick 1018 C II Mills Sisal twine 1012 The Irvington Milling Company put in a bid of 1050 per hundred pounds on 1200 or 1500 pounds and Jolly Gardner Co made a bid of 1950 per hundred pounds on 1000 pounds Geo Lyddan Taylor Dowell and C H Drury composed the committee that secured bids Some interesting statistics concerning the acreage and yieldof wheat crops of farmers at the meeting are found in the accompanying tableDr P W Foote made a talk at the meeting on the organization of farmers which expressed the sentiments of those present and was appreciated by them When it comes to cooperation in a business manner the farmers in the Irvington Bewleyvillo and surrounding neighborhoods have nosuperiors in any section of the county or state this having been shown by a number of things they have already done that have resulted in mutual benefit While the farmers in the tobacco growing district of the county have been striving for better prices for their product I the wheat growers in the sections named have been trying to get an equitable price for their products It will be remembered j that last year they held their wheat for one dollar per bushel andl their big wool pool this month is still fresh in the public mind The meeting at Irvington last Saturday for the purpose already explained adds another movement of hearty cooperation on business prin ciples to the list of the farmers of that part of the county centNameS C Dowell 40 40 25 Cutup Henderson 46 60 25 Geo Dowell 60 70 30 Dr P W Foote 30i GO 60 Lee Stith 25 30 25 John Akera 70 GO A B Dowell Bro l2i 26 C H Drury v r 40 50 P F Fackler Vjo 30 10 B Washington Q 40 25 Ed Shellman Mf 16 Geo Lyddrn 120 90 10 W R Bandy 50 50 T Bandy 20 25 10 L Speako JO 60 II wayg3 20 10 S J Cain 4 30 30 10 R A Claycomb Qp 30 25 J E Munford g 60 60 Zack StithtZ ft 74 10 M D Board Is 25 50 Clint Dowell 12 13i 25 Taylor Dowell 80 58 increase in yield of 1905 over 1904 Yield good Yield about same as preceding year where hlnnkISIGNIFICANT RESOLUTION Adopted Here By Conference Asking For Evangelistic Preachers Perhaps the most Important act of tho Owensboro district conference JI E church South which met here last week and one which deserves special mentlen by Itself was the adoption of a resolution Instructing delegates to tho annual conference to ask the general conference to empower bishops appoint preachers having special evangelistic gifts to do work of this character The resolution was adopted by a vote that was practically unanimous Tho resolution was original with tho conference at Its session hero and was proposed and urged for adoption as such At present the Methodists have no evangelistic preachers otthelr own for this Kind work In this section and It Is thought that they are seriously needed If the resolution Is adopted by the general It may prove to be the most im work of any of district conference making the conference hero otherwise a successful one In every detail doubly and a meeting of which to be proud Y Other Lodges Are Invited Hardinsburg Ky May 30 j Special Breckonridgo Lodge ISTO 67 F and AM will meet in regular communication in their new hall Monday evening Juno 5 next when the Master Masons degree will be conferred on two can l didates Light refreshments will be served after the work Breth ren of sister lodges are cordially invited Miss Hart a Graduate Saturdays Louisville Times contained a picture of tho ten 1 graduates of Potter College at i Bowling GreenMiss Lillian Hart of Big Spring being onto of the number HEALTHis Most Important RoyalBaking experienceEvery cake raising has been exhaus tively studied in this country and abroadThe result is a perfect prod uct in Royal Baking Powder There is no substitute for iit The purity and efficiency of Royal Baking Powder have been commended by the highest authorities of the world These facts mean two impor tant things to all housekeepers First that Royal Baking Powder Is healthful and makes wholesome food Second that Royal Bak- Ing Powder makes food good to ta- steROYAL POWDER ABSOLUTELYPURE INTERESTING EXERCISES Appreciated by a Large Audience at High School Commencement An audience that filled every seat In the auditorium and Sunday school room heard the commencement exercises of the Cloverport High School at the Methodist church last Monday evening The exercises were interesting and were appreciated by the audience which was representative and one which showed that there was much interest in the commencement The commencement was the first held here in seven years The graduates were the following young ladies Misses Mary Elizabeth Lamb Lula Margarette SeversDonald Graham Murray Addie Louise Babbage Margaret Bennett Burn Iva Lorena WineThe exercises opened wills the invocation which was delivered by Rev Ben nett of Hawesville in the absence of Rev King Miss Maunie White rend ered a piano solo Ballade by Chopin C W Moorman Jr sang Message of the Violets from The Prince of Pilsen and then came the chief fea ture of the exercises the address to the graduates by Dr R J Aley of Bloom ington Ind professor of mathematics in the University of Indiana Dr Aleys subject wasliThe Call of the Twentieth Century and he handled it in a way which elicited many favor able comments Dr Aleys add ess was followed by a solo by Mr L T Reid who sang Dost Know by De Koven Prof J P King principal of the school presented the diplomas to Superintondent sent to take part in the exercises be cause of the illness of a relative Eight young ladies pupils of the high school presented the flowers to the graduates andacted as ushers The graduates Dr Aley Rev Bennett and Prof King occupied feats on the ros trumThe exercises closed with a song by the young ladies who act cdas ushers and the benediction by Rev Bennett A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES Itching Blind Bleeding or Protruding lAZOOINTMENT matterofyourruggist IIedlcweTo Attend Brothers Bedside Hardinsburg Ky May 3- 0SpecinhJoelIi Pile loft Mon day for Redlands Cal to be with his brother Victor Pile who is ill of typhoid fever at that place A telegram received before Mr Pile left stated that his brother was some better 1r tf F The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY May 31 1005 Pen Picture of Jesus Now York Iriss The following is the only re liable pen picture of Christ as seen in actual life and is an exquisite piece of word lpainting It is taken from a MSnow in pos session of Lord Kelly and in his library It was copied from an original letter of Publius Lenttilus at Rome It being the usual cus tom of Roman Governors to advise the Senate and the people of such material things as happened in their provinces in the days of Tiberius Caesar Publius Lentu lus Procurator ofludea wrote the letter to the Senate There appeared in these our days a man of great virtue named Jesus Christ who is yet living amongst us and of the Gentiles iiy accepted as a prophet of truth He raises the lead und cures a 1 manner of diseases Amon of statute somewhat tall and comely uch as the beholder may both love and fear His hair of the color of a chestnut l full ripe plain to his ears whence downward it is more orient andcurling and waving about his shoulders IIn the midst of his head is a scam a partition in the hair lifter the manner of Naxar ites His forehead plain and very delicate his face without a spot or wrinkle beautiful with a loveL ly red His nose and mouths formed that nothing can be repI rohended His heard in color like his huilnot very long but forked IHis look innocent and mature His eyes gray clear and quick and luminous In reproving he is terrible his eyes piercing as witha twoedged sword the greedy the selfish and the opf pressor but look with tendcrest pity on the weak the erring and the sinful Courteous and fail spoken Pleasant in conversation mixed with gravity It cannot be remembered that any have seen him laugh but many have see him weep In proportion of body most excellenta man for his singular beauty surpassing the children of mOil Paracaniph Removes 1ituplea Blotches an Black Heads Heals Cuts Burns Bruises and Swellings If you do no t say it Is the best remedy you ever used we will refund your woneyI Shows at lIawesvilleI The Van Ambcrg shows theI circus which will be at Hardins burg on June i will show also atII I illejj llnwlI A Picnic Party Should always carry along a bottle ot Iarnuampli In case of a bruise or at sprain it relieveH the pain instantly j and cures quickly Also the best reo 1 inedy for Sun burns and preventsi Mosquitoes and Chiggers from biting you L I Wine of CarduiI Cured HereP213 South Prior Strwt ATLANTA UA March 21 m03JI sufFinvll for four months withLextra 11ItJ nervousness and lassitude t I lualal sinking feeling in my stnmahwhich no medicine seemed appetiteIity In three weeks I lost fourteen pouiulti of flush and felt that iI must myhealth T myfriendscertainly very pleased with tho results Within three days my J appetite returned and my stomach troubled mo no more I could digest my food without difficulty graduallydiminished her functions without difficulty and I am onco more a happy and well woman OLIVE JOSEPH Trou Agents FrU r NIght Club Secure a Dollar Bottle of Wine of Cardui TodayI Interesting And Profitable Was Conference Last Week Pastors And Lay Delegates From Seven teen Charges in District Have Four Days Meeting HereProminent Missionary Workers PresentList of Those in Attendance And by Whom They Were Entertained CALHOUN IS SELECTED AS PLACE OF NEXT MEETING One of the most successful con fercnces in the history of the Owensboro district Methodist Episcopal church South was held at the Methodist church in this city last week The attendance IIand interest of ministers and lay delegates and of citizens was un usually good and the meeting was no doubt of great benefit to the visitors as well as the home peo pie Some very interesting and profitable talks were made by the delegates both ministerial and lay and a number of excellent sermons were preached those at the even ing services being heard by espec Tally large audiences Allmatters pertaining to the various depart ments of church work were care fully looked rinto valuable ideas were exchanged and the delegates were filled with new zeal to do better work on returning to their homes Reports of delegates pastors and committees showed an encouraging increase in the work being done in some sections One of the most pleasing features of the conference was the hospitable welcome and entertainment ai corded the visitors The conference as stated in the News last week began on Monday night with preaching by Rev T JJ Randolph of Owensboro The second day was devoted to then Sundayschool conference and the third to the Epworth League con ference Thursday and Friday were the days occupied by the district con ference proper Of the eighteen charges in the representedexwere represented by the pastor in charge Besides the pastors and delegates there were visitors from other conferences missionary workers and agents of church litI erature and institutions who lent their helpful presence to the goodI workIA list of pastors delegates and others in attendance at the con c ference and the citizens by whom they were entertained is ghcnI as complete as could be obtained helowII Mr and Mrs A B Skillman Rev F M Tho nas OwenshoroII Mrand MrsCB Skillman RevHM Currie Owensboro Rev Geo E Fosk ett Morganfiel- dMraud i Mrs A R Fisher Rev Silas Newton Owensboro E S Boswell Louisville Mr and Mrs W H BowmerMrs L Basham Mrs H A Moore Owensboro Dr W R Lambuth Nashville Prof Atkins RussehiJeJMr and Mrs J A Barry Rev E DsBoggess Bearer Dam RevJ II Walk LewisportMr I J C NolteRev WtGordon Woodlawn Mr and Mrs f D Babbage Rev A Bennett Yehin ton Judge J P Oweuaboro Mrs J T Skillman Rev W T Miller Hartford Isaac Spillman I Owens borepMr and Mrs V G BabbageRer- A D Leitchfield Pembroke S W Bennett Livermore Mr and Mrs H A Oelze Rev J Rushing Ovveusboro Rev R II Roe Calhoun Dr and Mrs F M Smith Rev T Randolph Owensboro air and Mrs H L Stader Jas Griffin Owcnsboro hand Mrs C W Moorman SrRev W C Moorman Pleasant Ridge Flemming Douthjj itt Yelvington Mr and Mrs Gco W Short Rev T Frank Baker Sulphur t Rev L TMyers Beaver am Mr and Mrs Jno Burn Rev B F Lawhern Rome M H New ton Oweusboro Mr and Mrs J J DycrHCI J B Galloway Fordsville S J Baker Patesville Mr and Mrs J T Daniel B Driver J It Pile Owensboro Mr and Mrs Shelby Conrad Rev A E Barrett Hawesville Mrs V E JacksonC R Barr Rome W W Rowson South Carrolton Dr and Mrs R L NewsomI Rev J L Reid Livermore Rev J F DeWitt Lewisport Mr and Mrs Sawyer Mr and Mrs Jesse Emmick Lewisport Mrs D II Severs Miss Nannie B Gaines Hiushima Japans Mr and Sirs J D Gregory Rev P C Duvall presiding elder Elizabetbtown district Elizabethtown Mr and Mrs Win Hoffius W P Stephens Livermore In the outline of the work done by the conference as given iin these columns a large part of th proceedings is ommited as it is not considered as being of general interest SundaySchool Conference The Sundayschool conference the twentysecond in the history of the dis trict met at 815 Tuesday morning J II Walker was elected secretary and- Re J TRushing the presiding elder was conceded to be president of the Sun dayschool conference The reports of the pastors and superintendents were in brief as follows Lewisport Two Sunday schools one evergreen lg1 pupils eighty church members Owensboro CircuitFour schools 228 pupils eightyone church memberstwo evergreen more prosperous than ever btforeFordsvilleThree schools I os pupils ninetyfive church members two ever green schools reported best school in district at Narrows Patesville S J Baker superintend ent reported school as having done good work- Hartford CircuitTwo schools both evergreen 247 pupils thirty per cent church members Pleasant Ridge CircuitTwo schools evergreen 100 pupils twentyfive of whom are church members Owensboro Main street school 200 pupils average attendance ninety Calhoun CircuitThree schools 213 pupils two everJr een- CloerportOne school 125 pupils Yelvington CircuitOut of 180 pupils iu schools 112 church membe rs V G Babbage made a report of the Cloverport Sundayschool and made some pointed su ggestious on the Sun dayschool library Rev Silas Newton reported a Sunday school at Breckenridge with eighty pupils with an average attendance of sixtyRev W T Miller spoke on his topic Adult Attendance laying stress on point that to keep the children in the Sundayschool the parents should bring the children and not send them A general discussion followed after which Rev P L King addressed the conference on the sublect assigned him Quality of Teaching He took the osition that the teachers should have mental and spiritual qualifications and that the superintendent should have the power of a ppoi nting them After a general discussion of this topic a recessI was taken When the conference came together again Rev Silas Newton preached anI able sermon Afternoon Session The topic How to Keep an Evergreen Sundayschool was discussed by J H Walker J B Galloway in discussing the subject assigned him Sundayschool Missionary Society produced law facts and figures to show that unquestionably all Sunday schools should be organized into a missionary society At this point reports of two circuits were made as follows Rome Circuit Three schools none ereisrtea eventyfive pupils three Jwartbs chink members Seipfettr Scrias CircuitSeves- elscals 375 perils 5CK church mem hers A D Leitcbaeld secretary and treasurer of the Lwvmlle conference Sundayschool board made an earnestl appeal for the importance of the Sun day school- E S Boswell agent of the Methodistl Orphans Hone addies ed the confer ence on the work done by this ins tu tion after which a collection of 16 for the Orphans Home was taken Miss Nannie B Gaines a missionary from Hiuihima Japan addressed the conference telling of the great work being done there and of the urgent need of f uuds to carry it on A free will offering of 604 for this work was taken Evening Session The report of pastors was resumed as follows Owensboro Main StreetOne school pupilsWoodlawnOne school eighty pupilssixty averagetwentyfive church membersLivermoreThree Methodist schools union r peeRev P C Duvall presidiug elder of the E15za ethtown districtpreached the sermon at the evening session his subject being The goodness we should manifest to our fellowmen E pworth League Conference The Epworth League conference me Wednesday morning Rev J TRush ing was made chairman and W P Gordon was elected secretary Rev Currie of Owensboro reported that he had one active Senior League with a charter lu the Junior which has dissolved into the Junior Missionary Society Rev Gordon reported that WoodI lawn had three leagues in goodwork ing order Rev Walker of LewlI ort reported that bis league had been resurrected after ten or fifteen years of slumber and that it is now doing goodwork Rev Randolph reported that he had organized several leagues but because of lack of leadership they had not done goodwork Rev Galloway of Fordsville report ed no league and thinks it not practi cable to organizeIRev Baker of Sulphur Springs cirIcuit reported no leagues but thinks he can organize two or more Rev Miller reported a number ofI good leagues W C Moorman reported conditions to be such that no league can be organ ized on Pleasant Ridge circuit R H Roe reported good league at RumseyIRevReid of Livermore reported veryJJ good league I No prospect for league in Rome cirI cuitRev King reported a good league for Cloverport He believes it to be a great help to him in securing his con ference collections I How to Interest Our Young Men inII League Work was ably discussed by R H Roe Rev Foskett addressed the conference on the subject Rev King said he was not in favor of separating the boys and girls in the I league and spoke of the young people in his league working together harmon ions At this juncture Rev Silas Newton addressed the conference on League J LiteratureRev presented the subjectII Are There Defects in the League Organization and M H Newton of Owensboro the subject Reading CourseDr 1 II Whistner addressed the 1 conference on the subject of Church Extension and Rev Foskett of the Board of Missions gave a splendid address on missions 1 Afternoon Session Rev Boggess reported three Senior Leagues on the Beaver Dam circuitRev Thomas gave a report of two leagues at Settle Chapel Oweusboro and Rev Randolph stated there were from thirty to thirtyfive members in his league After a number of talks on mission ary literature and the circulating library a committee to plan a missionary cam paign in the Oweusboro district was I 1 on suggestion appointed The committee announced by the chairman wa as follows F M Thomas R H Roe M H Miller An interesting report of the Womans Home Missionary Society tor the dis trict was read by the conference sec retary Mrs L L Basham of Owens born addressed the conference on th W II Dh S Mrs V G Babbage presented the cause of the Womans Foreign Mission ary Society A number of other talks on different phases of the missionery work were followed by an earnest and helpful sr mon by Rev W T Miller At the evening session Rev preached an excellent sermon which was heard by a large congregation District Conference The district conference props- conrenedthursday morning nt 815 Rev J T Rushing was RevnB M Currie was elected secre tary The roll was called early during the morning session The list of pastors and delegates who were present was substantially the same as that that has been given where the homes at which they were entertained was mentioned Committees were then appointed to report at the afternoon session FridayAfter report from pastors He J L Ried was called speaking on the subject assigned How to Lay the Foundation for a Reviv al Rev A J Bennett then spoke on What is a Good Revivals t Rev W P Gordon on How Should the Pastor Follow up the Work of the Revival t and Juuge Little on The Pastor and Modern Misssions At 11 oclock Dr W H Lambuthof Nashville general secretary of the Board of Missions of the Methodist Episcopal church South de livered an excellent address on the subject of Prayer and its Re lations to Missions Afternoon Session The afternoon session was oc pastorstand other routine business anda number of able addresses TheI speakers and their topics were asJJ follows Rev Randolph The Pastor and the Collections HeJj E It Bennett When Where i and How Should the Missionary J Campaign be Conducted Rev E D Boggess How May we Reach I Each Member in Taking the Collections Rev J F Baker How to Secure the Best Attendance at 1 the Prayer Meeting Rev B F Lawhern What Constitutes Pas toral Visitation Evening SessiontThe features of the evening ses sion and among the most importjj ant and interesting of the confer ence were the address on missions by Dr Lambuth and the starting of a Joiner fund Dr Lam buths address was one of the most entertaining and instructive lectures ever heard in this city on the subject of missions He told especially of the work that is be ing done in Brazil by RevE Joiner and his wife who wore sent from j this district and made a plea for funds to help them in their workr At the close of his address 177t was pledged by pastors personally and for their churches and by othII ers present to start a Joiner fund I Dr Lambuth knows more perhaps t about missions than any t other man in America Ho was born in China is the son of thb man who founded the work of the Methodist church in China isII general secretary of the board of missions of the Methodist church 1 and has traveled all over thot world doing missionary work The people of this city may congrat ulato themselves on having the pleasure of this mans presence Second Day District Conference The district conference proper reconvened Friday morning at S15RevRushing continued as chairman and Rev Currie as sec rota ryII S YoBennct of Livermore x was elected lay delegate to the annual conference and S J Baker of Patesville and W WTRawson of Central City alter nates U Calhoun was nominated ands elected the place for holding the next district conference Judge L P Little offered a re solution of thanks which was adopted The resolution was as follows eResolved by this conference that the thanks of its members both lay and clerical bo tendered to the people of Cloverport for their hospitality to us during this conference The reports of the committees on missions temperance spirituals state of church and other depart ments which were appointed Thursday were read and adopted HeC Moorman spoke on the subject assigned Our Church LiteratureDr 1 Atkins president of Logan Female College presented the claims of the school under his care I Afternoon Session The afternoon session was de voted mainly to reports of pastors the renewing of licenses and other routine business Evening Session At the evening session Rev W P Gordon of Owcnsboro preached the closing sermon of the con ference District Superintendent Bruner of tho Kentucky Childrens Home Society made a short talk con cerning the work and needs of the institution Presiding Elder Rushing made some very pleasant remarks about the hospitable manner in which the visiting brethern had been en tertainedand then the conference adjourned READ TillS Brownsville Tenn May 31 1001 Dr E W Hall Dear SirI have used your Great Discovery for kidney and bladder troubles and Dave been very greatly benefited by it and I can fully recommend it to any one suffer ing in the same manner Respectfully Giles Rives Postmaster A TEXAS WONDER One small bottleot the Texas Won 1 der Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emissions weaK and lame backs rheu matism and all Irregularities of the Kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troab atin children If not sold by your druggist it will be sent by mall on receipt of f1 One small bottle is two months treatment and seldom falls to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer P 0 Box 629 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggists K C H S Doing Great Work Rev L W Bruner district superintendent of the Kentucky Childrens Homo Society was in the city last week on his fourth annual visit hero in the interest of the Society He reports that the Society is placing moro destitute children in homes and that more money is being contributed for its support than ever before in its history His collections in March and April he says wore larger than those of any other two mojitlis 4since ho has been district superin tendent The 15000 np ropri ated by the Legislatuao zor the of the Society has helped it wonderfully he says Chamberlains Cough Remedy the Very IBest iI fCoughthe best cough medicine I nave ever it rchantj r will care a cough or cold in less time than any other treatment It should iII always be kept in the house ready for ii instant use for acold can be oared i PtroatedHaynesAA flf Public School Picnic 7 The public school picnic was hold at Oglesbys woods last Frl 4 day instead of Thursday it boing I I postponed day on account of the I r- rain The picnic marked theIclosing of school for tho 19019 1 4 05 est set sessionII I greatly improve the efficiency of those 1 you nave by judicious use of Cham + berlains Stomach and Liver Tabletsif hey are pleasant to take and agree able in eflect For sale by Short Haynes J J1 1 r Y The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY May 31 1005 ActL GUS D SIIELLMAN Mr Shcllman was elected on countScommittee of the Republican party His call for a county Y mass convention at Ilardinsburg Monday June 3 for the pur pose of selecting delegates to the jtr senatorial district convention of I forfv State Senator will be nominated was his first official act of importance The district convention also was called by Mr Shellman as I I district chairman of the Tenth senatorial1 Strictly Genuine Most of the patent medicine testi monials ate probably genuine The fol lowing notice recently appeared in the Atchison Kan Globe Joe Tack a well known engineer running on tbe Missouri Pacific between Wichitat and Kiowu lately appeared in a bi one with a picture and when he was in this office today we asked him about it He says ho had terrific g pains in his stomach and thought t he had a cancer His druggist recom mended Kodol and he says it cured t him He recommended it to others wh were also cured1 Kodol Dyspepsia Vii Cure digests what you eat and cure- alli stomach troubles Just as surely + befbrought back to its originally pure condition and life sweetened by this lasting and truly the greatest Jdigtstant known Sold by all Drug gists To Perfect School System Frankfort Ky May IAmeeting of the leading educators of Kentucky presided over by State Superintendent Euqua and in which Governor Beckham Pres ident Patterson of Kentucky state college President Jenkins of Kentucky university and DrBlay ney of Central university part ticipated is determined to effect a permanent state and county or ganization to labor to perfect the common school system of Keno tucky This organization will be effected at the meeting at Mammoth cave on June 22 next Many changes in and amendments to the present school laws of Kentucky f will he urged at the coming ses Steb of the general assembly Saved By Dynamite- S uetimes a flaming city is saved by dynamiting a space that the tire Ai cant cross Sometimes a cough hangs on so long you feel ae if note i ing but dynamite would cure it Z tj T Gray of Calhoun Ga writes t My wife had a very aggravated cough which kept her awake nights I herIi ery for Consumption Coughs and Colds which eased her cough gave 1 her sleep and finally cured her j Strictly scientific cure for bronchitis y yand La Grippe At Short S Haynes + drug store price COc and 100 guar t anteed Trial bottle free h Vote to Reunite Amid a storm of applause I without debate or a dissenting voice the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church last rotI ed to reunite with the Cumberland 1 Presbyterian body which with drew from the original denomina tion February 4 1810 thereby inI effect bringing together the two largest branches of the Presbyterian faith ray StewartBridwell Thos Stewart and Hattie Brid well colored were married at Iiawcsville1hursday f WON FROM DISASTER SUCCESS AT TIMES FLOWS SEEM ING ILL LtfcK lion the llnlcii Iotroteiim Deposit I Were Dlncitvereil A Dying Seal IJ1 clUHeil Cniic XoineM Gold Secret The UrlKlii of Tinted Iniier The Baku petroleum deposits which have yielded millions of pounds worth of flue oil are situated In Russian Caucasus Years ago a number of cattle were placed on several tracts of land wellI covered with herbage The animals however refused to feed at first but later In their hunger they ute up th I WOIOII I The cause of their death puzzled the I owner fur some time In tho long run he discovered with the assistance of anI Englishman that below the meadows were rich oil springs which caused the grass to be poisoned with parailln The loss of his cattle brought a fortune A summer or two back a sea wall on tho Suffolk coast was blown down dur ing a strong gale and when the tide rose ninny acres of low 1 lying land were flooded by the sea The farmers who rented the land were in despair and in order to save their crops they started draining the water off Two days later the water sodden meadows were a sight wonderful to be bold They were one thick carpet of 1flue mackerel A big school of the lush hud swept in through the breach in the embankment and been currIed to the fields by the incoming sea The furthers hired scores of carts to collect the mackerel and within twen tyfour hours the fish had been packed into boxes and were en route to Bil lingsgate where they were sold for over GOO Starving ill clad and bootless Robert Hyains a homeless Jew wandered to the top of a lonely hill on the Yorkshire moors There was a strong gale blow ing from the east and to protect him self from the cold blast he entered a big shed of wood and gorse on the sum mit which was used to store fodder for the sheep whichgopened to eastward be was aston Isbed to find inside ovor sixty wild ducks half stunned but quacking vie lently lie slammed the door to and started catching the birds and wring- Ing their necks The shed lay right in the flight lines 0of the myriads of wild ducks that come to Britain from the north and flying themshad entered the door of the shed which had been left open by the shepherds and stunned themselves on the rear wall Hynms sold the lucky haul for a sum exceeding ES and with this he was able to clothe himself respectably and thus find employment- On tho bench which fringes the precl pices below Cape Nome there Is now n prosperous city peopled by 40000 mln ers but at brie time and not so very long ago the spot was uninhabited The discovery of the gold In the dis trict and Its ultimate prosperity was entirely due to a seal Two American hunters had wounded the strange creature and It led them a pretty dance across the ice and Into an unknown bay where the seal was killed after badly wounding one of the huntersIn death struggles the seal flung up the ground and the hunters to their agreeable surprise found themselves on a golden strand the richest oneln the world The death of n mule brought great wealth to Frederick Butler a Klan dlker who took part in the memorable rush to the gold fields of Yukon He left his mule standing one day on a plot of land far away from the claims and another miner who had a grudge against his fellow digger shot the animal in the neck with his re volverThe mule fell and in Its agony kick ed up the ground with its hoofs When Its owner returned he found several pebbles of strange weight and shape lying around tho dead animal He cleansed the supposed pebbles and they proved to be nuggets of virgin gold The dying mule had struck one of the richest veins In Klondike A similar case of gold being discov ered by an animal occurred in Scotland In 18GS A dog badly wounded by a shot from a gamekeepers gun scratched up some gold on ground which was afterward known as the TJunrobin gold mines near Golsple Over 20000 worth of the precious metal was washed out of the mine by the owner of the fortune bringing dog The Patorl silver mines In Spain were also discovered by a wounded dog and it Is said that the famous dia mond mines at KImberley were first revealed to n wide awake Boer by a sow which he had shot Gold to the value of some hundreds of pounds was dug out of a portion of the ground belonging to a Mr Ireton of western Cumberland A fowl chased by a boy threw up a nugget of gold with its claws as it fled from its rur tuer Subsequently It transpired that where the bird had been was a dried up stream and contained gold dust and small nuggets In largo quantities Ramsgate harbor was once flooded with a mighty shoal of mullet and when the dock gates were opened to allow a ship to pass into the inner basin the fish followed and the basin became thick with them When the tide went down the author ities had the dock sluices opened and the water drained off Over twenty cart loads of mullet of two pounds weight and upward were taken away rrom time floor of the basin and their sale brought to the coffers of the Rams gate council nearly iOO A piece of blue dropped by accident Into a vat of pulp WitS responsible for the production of blue tinted paper and to this slight disaster the foun dation of a great Industry la to be traced Time wife of William East a poor pa per maker dropped n blue bag into out of her husbands pulp vats and as a result the pulp assumed a blue tint East considered the paper to be a grave pecuniary loss but when he sent it up to London It found a ready user ket Indeed it became so popular that East was asked to supply more lie did and eventually made a great for papereA chemist of Nuremberg was pour ing out some aquafortis from a bottle whet a few drops fell upon a pair of gold rimmed spectacles which he had recently purchased Thats a catastrophe he called this wife Ive upset some aquafortis on my new specs has It spoilt them t was time reply Well said the chemist the glass Is corroded where the fluid touched It Thou an idea struck him and getting a piece of window glass he endeavored to etch thereon lie succeeded after many failures By drawing designs on the glass with varnish and applying aquafortis ho made Wen appear us on a gray background For many years ho Ikept his secret close and made a small fortune out of his designed glass Pearsons London Weekly THE PRICE OF TORTURE Eighteenth Century Puiilnhnient and the Cost Thereof Among the monuments of supersti tion which exist to this day the travel er sees the witch towers the torture chambers and the collections of Instru ments of torture In various towns on the continent notably at Nuremberg Ratlsbon Munich and The Hague But perhaps nothing brings the system more vividly before us than the executioners tariffs still preserved Four of these may be seen In the library of Cor nell university and among them espe d ally that Issued by the archbishop elector of Cologne In 1757 On four printed folio pages It enumerates in fiftylive paragraphs every sort of hid eons cruelty which an executioner could commit upon a prisoner with the sum allowed him for each and for the instruments therein required Typical examples from thIs tariff are the fol lowing t Thalers Ulb 1 For tearing asunder with four horses 5 20 2 For quartering 4 5 For beheading and burning 5 K 7 For strangling and burning 4 8 For heaping the pile of wood and kindling 12 9 For burning alive 4 11 For breaking a man allvo on the wheel 4 13 For setting up tho wheel with the body twisted In It 2 52 19 For cutting off a hand or sundry fingers and for behead Ingaltogether 3 26 20 For burning with n hot Iron 1 2ti 22 For beheading and placing the head upon n rUm 3 20 24 For beheading twlitlng tho body In tho wheel and plac ing tho head upon a pike altogether 5 28 For tearing a criminal before his execution with redhot pinchers each tearing of the flesh 26- SI For nailing a tongue or hand to tho gallows 1 20 42 For tho first grade of torture 1 20 44 For the second grade of tor ture Including setting the limbs afterward with salvo for same 2 20 and so on through fiftyfive items and specifications Andrew D White In Atlantic A IlniiKliiK nrlilee When the Denver and Rio Grande prepared to build through the Rockies engineers said the canyon of the Ar kansas could never be penetrated its entire length There was one spot in this awe inspiring chasm where there was not room for a roadbed on either side of the stream The walls of the canyon came down to the swift current of the Arkansas without foothold for a man on either side But an engineer suggested a hanging bridge suspended between the walls of the canyon The bridge was built with supports im bedded in the solid rock and across it the heavy transcontinental trains flit dally with nothing but the slender Ironwork between the river and the top of the canyon 2GOO feet above Great iron braces which look almost eplderllke in the vastness of the can yon have been thrown across the gorge being anchored securely In the sheer sides Huge cables depend from these braces holding a long iron bridge which extends not across but parallel with the course of the river New York Tribune The City of IH You might exhaust yourself looking in atlas and gazetteer for the city of Is because it is purely legendary Here is a brief statement of the legend The magnificent city of Is was situ ated on the coast of Brittany where now is the bay of Douarnenez It was built below the level of the sea and surrounded by massive walls Hero In the fifth century was the court of the pious King Gradlon and of his wicked daughter Daunt who had a pleasant habit of throwing her suitors into a well when their society became tiresome One of her favorites asked her to obtain for him the silver key which fastened the sluice gates in the city wall Dahut accordingly stole the key from her fathers neck while he slept the lover unlocked the gates and the sea rushed In and overwhelmed thecc city and its Inhabitants Including tho princess Only the king escaped TbeJJ Breton peasants say that the spirits of the drowned still haunt the spot and the bells of the submerged city are often heard ringing at low tide ia IIp pp ppppppppppppppppppppp fc S= If its Something t= UptoDate You Areiv t Wanting in Millinery Goods i 1 It will pay you to call and t inspect my stock The styles tare not only the very latest but the prices arc the prices 3 t that please I also carry a q J line line of I I Ladies Skirts j tryline of goods this sear son is the nicest 1 ever had J s and I am now ready for eits r J tomors J- I Mrs P McCoy ri V tr IrvingtonI Ky- ArAitititdtitititittitAAAA itA tlitilrf- GTHE SOUTHWEST- A GRAND COUNTRY FOR HOME SEEKERS AND INVESTORS EXCURSION RATES TWICE A MONTH Arkansas Louisiana and Texas offer the greatest inducements for persons de siring to own their own homes Cheap land producing almost any thing that can be grown anywhere mild climate good schools good water healthful surroundings and a growing advantagesUnexcelled and vegetables for early markets Land that can be bought for 5 to Slo per acre can be made to yield 100 to 200 per acre in orchard and truck farm First and third Tuesdays of each month we will soil homeseekers tickets from Memphis and Cairo at one fare tripApril low 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CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per lino- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Mono in advance Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct please notify us When ordering a change in the address subscribers should givee their old as well as the new address EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY MAY 31 1905 THOUGHTS WK can afford to differ on party lines on the money question and on other questions but there ought to be no question about ia mans honesty who occupies a great public oice President Roose ventIIf a farmer says he is going to cut his crop twentyfive percent he should do It Do what you say youll do It pays California has a law punishing by fine or imprisonment any one who listens in on a telephone line Pretty good law But how about catching em The farmers organizations in Breckenridge county are standing by their guns pooling their tobacco and reducing the crop They were a little slow to move In this work but they moved And now that they are in it they are standing by it Its the only way to succeed Stand by your organization and your work Prof King and board of school trustees certainly deserve the thanks of all lovers of good schools and education for the splendid entertainment given in this town Monday night Prof Aleys splendid address was the right thing and in the right place It gave this community an uplift along educational lines it has never had before It was good for the old as well as for the young Baron Alphonte Rothschild who died in ParisFrance last Sunday laid down the following rules as to habit and conduct and advised every young man who was ambitious and desired to be a success in business to follow them They areas followsShun liquor Dare to go forward Never be discouraged Be polite to everybody Employ your time well Never tell business lies Pay your debts promptly Be prompt in everything Bear all troubles patiently- Do not reckon upon chances Make no useless acquaintances Bg brave in the struggle of life Maintain your integrity as a sacred thing Hever appear to be something more than you are Take time to consider then decide positively Carefully examine into every detail of your business LOVEUS of nature and the animal world are going to find no ar ticle in the Juno magazines so much to their liking and profit as John Burroughs essay in the Cosmopolitan A Beavers Reason Mr Burroughs explains most clearly and fully the dillcronco between ani mal and human intelligence which is n matter on which everybody would like to be informed von HO ir MUCH BUT nowQ Wall Street Journal We shall resist the temptation to outer into the discussion of the much discussed question of tainted money We do not propose to express an opinion as to whether this church or that college should accept the philanthropy of John D Rockefeller or not We are in clined to think that there is more or less humbug in much of the out cry against tainted money But the raising of the question should have a wholesome effect It is a good thing to have the attention of the country directed to the ethical side of wealth to the methods employed in acquiring it nnd to the effect of these methods upon the wellbeing of the people It is a good thing to have a point of conscience raised as to the right of a man to give away money which he has wrongfully obtainedand to the right of an individual or institution to receive stolen or fraud ulent wealth For in answering the question whether our churches or institutions of learning shall become fences the receivers of stolen goods brings vividly to the minds and consciences of the people the fact that the only wealth worth having is that wealth which is the product of honest industry And when men who have acquired great wealth by dishonest practices and selfish methods find that they cannot even give away their money and that their riches bear the stamp of public odium there will be less eagerness to get rich quick by ways that do not square with sound principle- In this country we are accustomed to ask not what a man is but what he does not who were his ancestors but what he has himself achieved Let us cay this a little further and get into the habit of itinquiring not how much a man is worth but how he has acquired his money Then there will be a more wholesome public opinion on the subject of wealth BISHOP WOODCOcKSSUCOESS From the Louisville Herald When Bishop Woodcock cline to Kentucky it was predicted that he would be a power for good in this State a pillar for his churcha joy to all the people His initial sermon discovered n man of pro found spirituality broad humanity highest culture and unerring knowledge of human wants Every appearance of the Bishop since that time has justified early predictions first impressions and friendly expectations He is a great churchman and a veritable leader of men whether they happen to be of his church or not He has been making a tour of the diocese outside the city of Louisville meetingsI with hearty receptions everywhere Churches ofall denominations are thrown open to him People of every faith and of no church affiliation crowd to hear him The Breckenridge News says of the Bishops recent visit to Cloverport Bishop Charles E Woodcock Episcopal Bishopof Kentucky preached at the M E church South Friday morning assisted by Archdeacon M M Benton of Louisville Ihp fine sermon delivered by this scholarly divine was enjoyed by an audience composed partly of a largo per cent of the Episcopalians of the citya number of whom took communion 4 How gratifying to have a gifted church leader going about doing allgoodmen have the essentials of Christian life Bishop Woodcock is de termined to spare no effort to spread his own belief and ritual but will clash with no other system There is enough room for his work in this state Its success will injure no other denominational work The weak inert church is everywhere a stumbling block to religiousi progress The vital churchorganization imparts vigor to all such combined efforts for human betterment Bishop Woodcook is an accession to Kentuckys highclass citizenship which this State most cordially prizes Tobinsport Loses Ponies Win In a game of baseball at Troy Sunday the club of that plac won over the Tobinsport nine ll- a by score of 12 to 11 The Anchors of Evansville and the Ponies of Cannel ton played at Cannelton Sunday the game resulting in a score of 5 too in favor of Cannelton Death of Hiram Phelps Hardinsburg Ky + May 30 SpecialJ H Lennon Mrs John D Beeler and Miss Louise Beeler went to Louisville Friday to attend the funeral of Hiran Phelps who died suddenly of heart disease Mr Phelps sever al years ago married Miss Nettie Lennonof this place who surviv es with one child- Improrptn Surgery In one of the most fashionable restaurants In Paris a mans life was saved through the skill and quickness of one of the guests It appears that a man with three friends was dining at one of the small tables when a piece of meat lodged In his throat and he found It Impossible to get rid of It Ills friends In alarm slapped him on the back but the unfortunate man became black In the face and foil to the floor A surgeon from the German hospital who happened to be dining In tho cafe pushed his way through the crowd lIe saw at once that the man was dying and that If prompt meas urns were not taken he would quickly succumb lie ordered one of the wait ors to bring him a small funnel such as is used In boltllugwlno and then without a moments hesitation took out a sharp knife cut the mans throat removed the piece of meat andthe waiter having returned quickly In sorted the funnel in the opening The man was then hastily conveyed to the hospital where a silver tube was In sorted in the place of the funnel and a fow hours later he was pronounced out of danger The VlNilorn of SrroRKliiN The wisdom of Scrogglns millionaire exstnge driver from John Url Lloyds novel1 Scrogglns Et dont make no difference Mrl Mayor how rich and Ignrant a man Is of he only lies sense nough ter keep on worklu nfter glttiu rich But ef he tries ter quit work an cnjy himself by looklu at things with his eyes an thlukiu with his no count brain an stulllu his one stomach like et war a hogshead he nil a fool Ive got my wind agin and Im golu back ter the gulchBut my good man you are old Your place Is filled by some other man Perhaps you cannot get It back Pardner said Scroggins there aint no question bout my gittln that place Mr Mayor I owns the line When I picks up them ribbons thar wont be no agent to say Put em down Scroggins The EiieiiiieH of Success Bright cheerful hopeful thoughts and a strong belief in ones own ability to accomplish the thing undertaken are friends that will insure success The ambitious person should learn as early in life as possible to pick out the friends and enemies of success and in many cases it will be found that the greatest enemy resides within himself Morbid thoughts for example are Infinitely greater hindrances to success than opposition from outside and no health no beauty no harmony no real success can exist In the atmosphere of abnormal melancholy or morbid Ideas Overcome the enemies to success with in yourself and you will haws done much toward reaching the goal of your ambition London Answers PeculiarTo ItselfIn what it is and what it does con taining the best bloodpurifying alterative and tonic substances and effecting the most radical and per manent cures of all humors and all eruptions relieving weak tired languid feelings and building up the whole systemis true only of Hoods Sarsaparilla- No other medicine acts like it no other medicine has done so much real substantial good no other medicine has restored health and strength at so little cost I WM troubled with scrofula and came near losing my eyesight For four months I could not see to do anything After taking two bottles of Hood Sarsaparilla I could seo to walk and when I had taken eight bottles I could see as well as ever Sums A HUBS roar Withers N 0 Hoods Sarsaparilla promises to sure and keeps the promise M THIS REMEDYle GIV- ESatisfaction Elys Cream Balm GJ Relief at Once It cleanses soothes and heals the diseased membrane It cures Catarrh laid drives away a Cold In In tho mend lulckly It Is absorbed neal and Protects tho Membrane Restores thSenses of Taste and Smell Full size Soc nt druggists or by mall Trial Size lOc by mall ELY i1itOTll1 Its Wl Warren Street NY Shoulder Blade Broken Hardinsburg Ky May 30 SpecialMrs T L Smith sustained a severe fall Thursday breaking one of her shoulder blades and suffering other injur ies Dr A M Kincheloe attend ed her and she is recovering as well as could be expected Decoration Day Services Hardinsburg Ky Tiny 30 Special Decoration Day servi ces will be held at Fairview church today Several persons from this place will attend Services at Tarfork Decoration Day services Were heldat Tarfork Sunday people attending from ninny sections A 1ccullnr Anlninl Regarding some of the peculiar char acteristics of that strange link between birds and beasts the duck billed platy pus of Australia a writer says It makes Its home like an otter In a bank tunneling up from the entrance underwater some thirty or forty feet which Its powerful forearm muscles make nothing of to a place where It can find a dry and well drained bur row Its food consists chlelly of In sects crayfish or yabbess which It bolts hard shell and all It will stay from ten to fourteen minutes at a time under water searching the mud and stones for these delicacies w1tl its duckllke bill It makes a most fas cinating little pet becoming very tame and squeaking with delight when fed Its antics are a constant source of pleasure though If care Is not taken It will overeat Itself seeming to have In captivity difficulty In digesting the hard crayfish shells Its coat Is like the moles of an unusually silken and glossy texture The JnlleHt Kays June 21 Is the longest day of the year the day when the sun reaches Its northern limit the tropic of Cancer At points on the line of the arctic cir cle there Is the wonder of the midnight sun and many tourists go long distances to witness the sight It Is slpgu lar how accurately the semlbarbarous nations were able to observe and reck onOn Salisbury plain In England may be seen a cromlech erected by the druids It is a circle of huge stones which once formed a temple but tho most Interesting part of the structure Is the sacrificial stone which is a broad flat slab so placed that the rays of the rising sun strike full upon It only on the 21st of June The old guide who shows the place to visitors tells the story that a young girl once said to him I suppose you have seen It hun dreds of times havent you Wouldnt He Reconciled Two of the most eminent lawyers at the Philadelphia bar were Benjamin Harris Brewster and his half brother Frederick Carroll Brewster Both had held the office of attorney general for the state and the first had been attorney general of the United States They md not been on friendly terms for many years It Is said that on one occasion a mutual friend tried to bring them together and finally Frederick C consented to bury the hatchet and sent Benjamin H a card containing his tame with these words written underneath At home on Monday evening May 1 By the same messenger Ben gamin H sent a card In return which read Benjamin H Brewster also at home Monday evening May 1 This ended negotiations Unimportant Man Many a man goes away from home for a week and Imagines that ho is missed by the whole community and when he comes home he finds that there snt a person In town that knew he tad been away So work the honeybees creatures hat by a rule in nature teach the act of order to a peopled kingdom Shake peare Visiting Mrs Hardin Mr and airs Albert C Wolf find little daughter Marie of Louisville Mrs Ben Clarkson and laughter Miss Lillie of Big Spring Mrs Will McMillen of Shawnee Okln and Mrs J F Woolfolk nnd Mrs 0 B Richard son of Ekron are at Holt this week visiting Mrs Virgil Hardin Mrs Richardson Mrs Wool folk and Mrs Clarkson nre sisters of Mrs Hardin and Mrs McMillen and Miss Clarkson are nieces Prof Maple to Teach Again Prof W B Maple of Jeffer son county the former principal of the public school here who re cently sold his interest in the Shelby Sentinel at Shelbyville has been elected principal of the public school at Newcastle one of the best in the State of which he will take charge September 1 Will be Married June 7 A wedding of interest nt the Catholic church will be that of Frank Ilinsoy and Miss Addio Friel of Victoria next Wednesday Mr Ilinsoy is a son of Mr and Mrs William Hinsey nnd Miss Friel is n daughter of Mrs Joseph Frield Father C Brey will officate Recitals at Hardinsburg- Hnrdiniburg Ky May 30 Specinl Next Monday evening June 5 local talent assisted by Miss Pauline Moorman of Hills boro Texas will give a recital at the opera house for the benefit of the Baptist church Mrs Thomas H Withers music class will give a recital at the opera house on Friday evening June 2 A fine program will be rendered i The music pupils of Miss Katie I4 I Eskridge gavje a recital Monday evening at her home on Third street I J Rev J T Lewis Preaches Here Rev J T Lewis of Irvington preached at the Baptist church Sunday morning and evening Rev Lewis agobof the Baptist church atas pastor Irvington but his resignation 1Srr not been accepted The BaptIstsI here have done nothing as yet to j j succeedward r Rev S 0 Christian i j I r 7 f 1 lI tf Popham j i l 1 I 1i1 I LjAlfI 1 f Coal Oil 2 gallons for 1 1 L 25 CENTS 1 I if j jr tc f 9 1 Snow Flake Flour per sack f 1 65 CENTS 1 1 f Potatoes 60 pounds for I 55 CENTSI1 Navy Beans per pound Il I 412 CENTS Raisins 2 pounds for ijI- I 15 CENTS Y1 t1 dozenl W 1 90 CENTS iijI 1 1Meal per bushel I 1 j 70 CENTSIi i 1 ffMeal per peck ti ii- r 1 18 CENTSr p jj- M 1 Open from 5 a m to 730 pm i1 Try us with a grocery order m J MYou 1 are sure to be pleasedii tIIr I POPHAMI BROS 1 1 I AAy 100I ToOWENSBOROand E PROMHBRANDENBURG IRVINGTON WEST POINT CLOVERPORT WEEK END EXCURSION SATURDAY JUNE 10 05 VIAI d t f Special Train Leavesjj t West Point 600 a m f Brandenburg 633 a m 1 Irvington 655 a mJJ Cloverport 746 a f Returning leaves Owensboro at 700 p m r lJJ Plenty of Coaches No Crowding rf For full information ask the Agent t r Toa Cure a Cold in One DayCtines Grip BlI I o Days I Take Laxative Bromo g1lin ne Tablets A PH on every Seven Million boxes sold In past 12 months This Signature C fi r box2Sc I IAN OLD ADACEft SAYSA I purse Is a heavy curse tJtSickness makes a light purse The LIVER Is the seat of nine htenthsof all dis- easeMs1I Pills go to the root of the whole mat ter thoroughly quickly safely I hIe LIVER to Give tone to the system and solid flesh to the body i Take No Substitute The Ereckenridge News rig WEDNESDAY May 31 1005 DelineatorNews office yam Fresh fruits English Kitchen yFor bargains callat OConnell Cos It irfji storefi Lime 60 cents per barrel at Julian kf Browns kfAllkinds of fruits at English i F 9 Kitchen10 t Dr S B Adkisson of Webster was here Tuesday Bran 05 cents per 100 pounds at Julian Browns Black Cat full of stories full of ginger 5cNews office Mixed feed 100 per 100 pounds at b Julian Browns Irish potatoes 60 cents a bushel OConnell Co Cold drinks and ices at English Kitchen Best in town Miss Ruth Haynes has been visiting friends in Owensboro Call at OConnell Cos store and t see their 5 and 10 cent counter L t Mrs Albert Adams and Miss Bell Mc li Gary spent Thursday in Owensboro fJD Babbage Jr is at home from i school at Beechmont for his vacation Miss Ethel Baunon of Hawesville was the gueat of friends here last week Mrs R L Newsom and grandson Harry Newsom were in Louisville Fri dayIMiss Jennie Warfield of Louisville has been visiting her sister Mrs Frank FraizeMrs Emmett Gregory and children of Feuley have been visiting Mrs Lucy 1Gregory 1 It will pay you to take advantage of the bargains in millinery to be found at I Miss Judith Millers 1 Norman Hensley returned Saturday to Hardinsburg after a weeks stay hereII the guest of friends Call at Miss Judith Millers millinery stand on Wall street and see the choice bargains she has to offer Ladies if you want to know just what j to wear in the way of hats and where to j find it go to Miss Judith Millers Wm L Tabeliug of Wichita Kan was in the city last week and at Tarfork i where he is visiting his brothers f Edward Gregory and son Casper 1 left yesterday for Glendeane to paper the Baptist church at that place MrsOrville Patterson and sonFrank j of Hawesville were the guests of Mr J and Mrs A R Fisher several days J last week Clarence Keith and little souLonuie came over from Elizabethtown Satur r day to visit his parents lr and Mrs J Keith 1 Mr and Mrs Will Watkins of St Jo sebh Mo are the guests of his sisters Mfc E B Oglesby and Mrs R E 1 Moorman Young Plants Every farmer knows that some plants grow better than Otothers Soil may be the same 1 and seed may seem the same but some plants are weakand i others strong And thats the way with children They are like young plants Same food same home same care but some grow big I andstrong while others stay smalland weak Scotts Emulsion offers an rrt easyway out of the difficulty Child weakness often means c starvation not because of lack of food but because the food does not feed Scotts Emulsion really feeds rind gives the child growing strength 4Whatever the cause of weakness I J and failure to growIl Scotts Emulsion seems to find it and set the matter right J iPearlStNewYorli soc end i li D W Murray of West Point spent Sunday here- Sllipstuff 110 per 100 pound at Julian Browns Chairs tables and other furniture re paired at Cloverport Planing Mill German Millett 135 per bushel at Julian Browns Bring your produce to OConnell Co and get best market price Mrs Jennie Mogau of Holt visited Mrs Edward Gregory last week CaptJH Rowland was at Hawesville and Canueltou Monday on a business trip Miss Mary Wirgman of Louisville was the guest of Miss Nell Gregory SundayMiss Alliene Murray came over from Glendeane Saturday for a visit to re latives Mrs R T McClanahan of Hender so has been visiting her son C T McClanahanMrs Agnew and child of Pon lotoc Miss are the guests ot Mr and Mrs Gard Agnew Miss Cornelia Ditto of Brandenburg has been visiting her cousin MissI Louise Babbage Mrs Alfred Heston and children of Hardinsburg are the guests of her mother Mrs Elizabeth Sawyer Get Everybodys magazine at News office and learn about the greatest crime in United States banking history John Agnew of Poulotoc Miss v ill arrive next month for n visit to hisI parents Mr and Mrs Gard AgnewI Mrs Mary E Sheldon and grandson Sheldon Lee of Cannelton are spend ing the week with Mrs A C Sheldon Mr and Mrs George Chick of Mt Sterling are visiting her sisters Mrs E D Oglesby and Mrs R E Mooreman Mrs TJ MSnary of Louisville and Mesdames Jas Stevens antI Wm Minor of Holtare the guests of Mrs W H Bowmer Mrs F L Lightfoot and little daughter Jane were in Hardinsburg jlast weekthe guests of her sister Mrs H M Beard Misses Cleona and Stella Weather holt and Messrs Lafe Behen ani Norman Hensley made a short trip to Louisville last week Mr and Mrs D M Duncan and J children of Brandenburg were here j several days last week the guests of I Mr and Mrs H V Duncan Mrs Ella LaNeave left Saturday for 1 Franklin Tenn where she willspend ttwo months She WitS accompanied by her brother Edward English who will return in a few foaysii Miss Josephiue Matthews of Dexter Mo has been the guest of Mr and I Mrs J A Barry while en route to Creceltus to visit her grandparents Mr 4 and Mrs J P Benham I A Ij fi j Creeping Death BlocxTpoiEon creeps up towards the heart causing death J E Stearns Belle Flame Minn writes that a friend dreadtully injured his hand which swelled np like blood poisoning BucKlens Arnica Salve drew out the poison healed the wound and saved his lIfbBe8t in the world for bnrns ana sores 25o at Short I Haynes drug storejj 4 LOCAL BRIEFSem f I The guests invited from hero to the allday house party given jf last week by the Misses Wheeler at Hardin Grove Ind were MISS- es 1 Marion BowmerMannio White Ruth Haynes Louise Babbage and Jane Hambleton The party was given in honor of Miss Stock slayerof Washington D C daughter of Congressman Stock slayer of Indiana ate J It Hammond of Birming ham Ala has a position as draughtsman at the office of R N Hudson roadmaster of theJ1 Henderson Route V i A young child of Mr and MrsII Richard Perkins died Monday night after an illness of several weeks The funeral was held yesterday t Mr and Mrs J P King gave a reception lust evening at their home to the young lady pupils of Prof Kings room in the public school and their escorts v Harry Weatherholt resigned his position with F T He ser last week and went to the Hen derson Route shops Monday to learn the machinist trade Raymond Pate now has the position he had with Mr Heyser fli i tlj = DR R P KEENE rI J1 Representing I TAYLOR KEENE TAYLOR m M 1 1I 1 I DENTISTS fiH1t fi 1l onelii- I I rUI willybe Here May 29 and June 4 itf fj Lawn Fete June 8 The members of the Epworth League will give n lawn fete in the yard of Mr and Mrs V IT Bowmer Thursday evening June- S for the benefit of the League Refreshments usually to be had at fan ailair of this kind will be served It was at first the intention of the League to give their lawn fete on the vacant lot of the St George Hotel but grading has been done on the property and it can not now be used for this purposed It will be the first lawn fete given 1 here for sometime and will no doubt draw a large crowd Preaches at Settle Memorial Rev P L King preached at Settle Memorial Methodist church at Owensboro Sunday morning and evening his pulpit here being filled by Presiding Elder J T Rushing who held quartely meeting Rev King supplied for the 1pastor Rev Frank M Thomas who delivered the address at a commencement at a schoolat Smith Grove Rev King left londay for a visit of several days to his father at Smith Grove He will return in time to preach at the Methodist churchnext Sunday Can Get Louisville Conference Presiding Elder J T Rushing who preached at the Methodist church Sunday morning and evening i stated at the evening service that if Cloverport wanted the annual or Louisville conference that she should get it for the ask ing Ho said also that he had 1 heardall the visiting ministers who were hero last week make the statement that they had never jknown of a place whet those in attendance at the district confer ence had ever been more hospitably or pleasantly entertained than they were here For Sunday School Delegates Arrangements have been made with the Henderson Route for the early morning train to stop at Irvington on the morning of June 7i for delegates to the State Sun day school convention which meets at Somerset June 7 This train makes connection with a spe cial train that leaves Louisville at 10 oclock m Fair from Lou isville round trip 550 Any delegates on the Branch wishing to catch this train can do so if they will go the evening be fore to Irvington where they will bo entertained free of charge Severalster and Irvington First Visit in Seventeen Years Mrs Henry Weatherholt of Cannelton Indwas visiting her old home and relatives last week Mrs Weatherholt was a daughter of Coleman Blake and has been away from Cloverport seventeen years but she says every spot of her girlhood days is as dear to her as it ever was Mrs Weatherholt is the mother of six children all living and all married She has only one child at home with her No 23 On Accommodation Engine No 23 made her initial trip last Wednesday as the engine- of the Cloverport accomodation This locomotive is small but powerful and a handsome piece of me chanism She was recently thor oughly overhauled at the shops Red Men Decorate Graves Hardinsburg Ky May 30 SpecialThe local tribe of Red Men in accordance with their yearly custom decorated the graves of their deceasedmembers Sunday A largo number attend ed the services AJ IttLPoI I m oii = =1tli Wantscl i + +i Advertisements Inserted under this head at one cent a word per week u FOIl SALFWAGON 1 twuhutsuport Ky FOIl SALEMULE handshllthlrvingturKyIon SALEHOUSE YflrsoldProltorHobertsFOIl SALE FcowSALE4t Food work horse and mluh1 W lUrr Fryinlre Ky n WASTED WANTED To sell snide or rent my prop 1ParksIIIonII SALEFOR olrKy on Henekfork 300 arts well timbered and watered Good dwellliiK and ItollshllpeI partiulorsi Fool IIENTSTOIIE ROOM IaIsonllI JIurdlnsbur I FOR SALE iI PRINTING Presses and Cutting machines lot of Food Laundry machines GasolinEnginesMARTIS StreetLouisvillEFOR SALETUITION CERTIFICATE pOIl SALETuition Certificate Bryant LouisvilleForenrldpe News Cloverport Ky centivpay monthly Attend I CRflf flfl college start In business own a home etc Address Worlds De sire Bureau Chllllcothe Misso- uriMATTINGLY Mrs Marion Jackson of Tarfork Is quite sickThere has been much tobacco set In this vicinity since the recent rains Walter Taul of Beech Fork was the guest of Miss Ida Walls last Sunday George Taut of Hardlnsburp was the iruest of Mss Muttlo Iato lust Sunday Uev G Richards filled his appointments at IIsjrah church lust Saturday and Sunday ClArk Owen of McQundy sold a nice lock Of sheep to W T Halltday of tho TAr Springs Mrs M1 W Moormen of Vanzant Is visit log her parents Mr and Mrs C D Hamble ton Burton Orum of St Louis Mo Is horn on u visit to his father A It Orum and other relatives Wm Brickey of Vnnzant visited life parents Mr and Mrs T R Brlckey atthls place last Friday Mr and Mrs Joe Allen of Clovorport and Miss Mamie Hawkins attended the decoration services at Tarfork lust Sunday Mr and Mrs Too Bishop and sister Miss Flornece EskridRe ot tho Tnr Springs neighborhood attended tho decoration ut Tarfork last Sunday Mr and Mrs Ernest Pate of Cloverport attended church at Tarfork last Sunday aud wore the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs C D Hainbleton Mr and Mrs Wm Ilrlckey aud sister Mrs Modal Wright of McQuady attended church at Tarfork last Sunday Hud were the guests of Mr and Mrs T X Urlckey MrsMaryluestsff31r j Miss Settle fate ofClover Creek and thedrI the guests of Mr and Mrs M E Hainbleton I 5 AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAYour E 5 Repaired C E 3 and Guaranteed = = 14 c 33It p we dont dons we say we will we will return your money We have firstclass and guar watchesj = spectacles silverware etc aty 1 1Prices1 33Elsewhere Wo live here and everybody knows us If our word Is not I Food dont believe whut we = say Our big sales and Im mense amount of repairs speakCwhat people believe = 3 = = 3I EjE 2 YOUR JEWELERS i 3 HARDINSBURQ KENTU- CKYnyyyynyyynyyynyyynn t m M W A Walker i DENTIST It Satisfaction guaranteed M Patronize your homo dentist W- f I f1 k Storek A li r PARKERS BALSAMClttatfl wLtNItf I CuretalltgbOcandt1Aeat PEETME AT NOLTES The Sudden Change In the weather makes it hot for all We are prepared to supply you with I Cool Wearing Apparel Readymade and otherwise such as hats underwear hosiery belts collars ties white shoes and many other things too numerous to mention J C Nolte Bro Cloverport Ky H 4 dick Milling COIGRANDVIEW IND L II ST L TIME EAST BOUND TABLEjIj Coverport50jes at Louisville 715 A M No 42 Dally Mull ana express leaves Clo verport 952 A M stops at all way stations arrives Louisville 1235 p m Train Xo 44 Dally fast mall leaves Clo verport44Sp m stops ttt all way stationst atLouisvilleaccommodationi WEST ROUND Bccommodatlonleavesvllln 800 am uprtlosleKes atlIaSpottsvllle lender on and Evansville arrlvti St Louis 790 p m Train Xo 43 shell and Express dally arrives Cloverport 7i p m Evansvllle 1030 I p m Stops at all stations I No 45 dally St Louis fast train leaves CIa vcrport 1106 P II arrives Evansvlllol A M St Louis 740 A lL stops nt Hawesvlllo Owensboro and Henderson only Chair cars on trains 41 and 44 between Louisville and Evansvllle Through sleeping cars and reclining chair cars on trains 45 and 40 between Louisville and St Louis Fordsville Branch EAST IJOUXD leavesFordsrilleamTrain No 4 Dally except Sunday leaves Fordsville 320 p m arrives Irvington 520 m Train Xo 6 Sunday only FordsvllleO30 a m Irvington 903 u m WEST BOUND Train Xo 3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irvlngton 650 am arrives Fordsvlllu 245 pmTrain Xo 5 Dally leaves Irvington 650 p m arrives Fordsvtfle 825 D m ROUTE NOTES One way second class colonist tickets to South and Southeast first and third Tuesdays each month at reduced rates Homeseekers Excursions to all points to which homeseekers rates apply One way colonists rates to California and the Northwest March 1 to May 15 and Sept 15 to Oct 31 IgOS Confederate Veterans Reunion Louisville Ky June 1416 1905 For this occasion rate of 220 for the round tripCloverport to Lomsv lie and return will oe made on June 12 to incluslvealBO for morning trains ot June 10 good returning to leave Louisville Jnne 10 Spring Rates Louisville Ky May 1905 For the above occasion rate of fJ 05 Cloverport to jjonisville and return will be made on May 0 and 10 good returning Mar 20 Also tickets will be sold on May 10 to 27 inclusive with final return limit three days after date of sale State Meeting G A R Louisville Ky May 2324 For this occasion rate of 245 will bo made on May 21 22 and 28 Clover port to Louisville aud return good returning May 25 n Insurethe quality of your bread and pas try by providing the cook with that su perlative fitll- rCADICKSGOLD DUST FLOUR It tests no more than other brands Its use will become a habit once you have tested its merits Cadicks Gold Dust Flour is good for every purpose for which flour is needed Once used always used Cs HENDERSON RAYMOND Sunday school iis progressing nicely at this place Mrs G WCashman is at Union Star visiting friends The sale at Mr Sqnirots Satur day was largely attended Miss Georgia Hardin spout th past week with friends roar Clif ton Mills MISS DPC Uashauiof Clovorport visited at Leon Cashmans several days last week Mrs Coouies and daughter Claudie visited at Mr Hardin Bassets Sunday Lonnio Hall Byron and Ernest Cart of Union Star attended tho sale here Saturday Lecn Rush a well known citizen of Clifton MillsI died Friday after n lingering illness of about three years He leaves a wife eight children four sisters andn host of friends to mourn his loss Subscribe for the NEWS = rDUTSCHKErI r ijj c Feedc fT Stable STEPIIENSPORT KENTUCKY andBuggies spring wagons horses always ready for the traveling public i m 11i SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TOi1 1IIrIrDRUMMERS Sj tI v J Dr A P VINE will LathamII ELIZABETH TO WN KY I JULY about 1ST 1905 Ju Groves Tasteless Chill Tonichas stood the test 25 years Average Annual Sales over One and a Half Million bottles Does this record of merit appeal to you No Cure No Pay 50c Enclosed with every bottle Is a Tea Cent packge of Groves Black Root Liver PillS a l M r J I 6 r The Breckenridge News fi t WEDNESDAY May 31 1005 ft jt WorktMiss Nannie B Gaines the missionary from HiushimaJapan who addressed the conference hor last week telling of the work 1 1dono in that country has accom plished as much perhaps as any r woman missionary in the foreign field The success of the largest Christian school for girls in Japan is largely due to her efforts This school now hits 400 pupils and its infUuiKi iI feltl in u wideI district Whrn Mis Gaines took charge it was u very small school Bilious Bill was getting bloated And his tongue was innonly routed Patent tonic wouldnt cure him Ooujpauies wonld not insure him All Ins friends were badly trighten- ed But their spirit soon were lightened EARLY RISER pills relieved him The famous Little Pills EARLY RISERS cure Constipation Sick Headache Biliousness etc by their effect on the liver Tney never gripo or sicken but iirpnrt enly rising energy GOOtl for children or adults Sold by All Druggists The Old Time Inrlor The days of the parlor are fast going There was once a time when every family no matter how poor hud Its parlor And generally the parlor was a most useless place but it was the pride of the housewife The Observant i Citizen remembers some time ago when the lady of the house Insisted that he should see her parlor Her husband smiled good naturedly and they both led the way to a big trout room whldlJJ was locked The door was unlocked and the parlor got Its first fresh air in ft mouths The little family had eXlleulJJ ed much money on thc parlor Everything WAS new but the stuffed birds under glass cases The design of the carpet was wonderful in that it consist ed of bright red roses One felt like stepping Into a bed of Dames A hOIseC shoe sofa very erect was the principal article of furniture while at the win dow were the stlffest lace curtains you ever saw The room had n musty smell duo to long confined air It wasII luxury Imprisoned on a small scale and the finest example of the old time useless parlor Manchester Union c Slmveil While He Slept 5Ii My first day In India said the toursIi lit I was surprised when I awoke In the morning to feel bow smooth my face was a By Jove I said bow slowly my I beard grew yesterday I hardly needII to shave today I It IIs however n matter of religion I with me to shave every morning and so I bade the native servant a man provided by my host to fetch my J shaving things The native smllodIa1a Hut you are Already shrived sirr he said Already shaved r said I Yes Kir he answered I shaved you while you slept That is the cus I toni here I found thnt ho was right I found that in India these wonderful native servants shave their masters in ho1Ievery morning without waling themII All through my stay in India I WIII shaved like that It was almost enough to keep me In that hot and torrid coun I try foroverLoulsville CourierJour nah tit A ItottomlrMN Pit There is a bottomless pit In the moun talus of Ilualalal back of Kallua Ini the Hawaiian Islands It Is about four feet in diameter Time pit Is peculiar front the fact that it sucks in the air with remarkable force Pieces of pa t1perplaced over the mouth do not lout gently down but are suddenly drawn In and disappear with startling rapid 1 t ty The air rushing Into the pit eau be 1 ontj the edge Strange SOIl11 are also Every night the inhabitants of r the locality distinctly hear a noise shim liar to the blowing of a deep steamship whistle The noise Is heard for about five seconds and then subsides for a space of about ten minutes and then resumes for another five seconds i AiIilremieN In Iernlnn tJ The addresses In Persian upon let f ters which go through the postolllce at j Calcutta are often quaint and puzzling rT An Indian paper recently translated one as follows If the Almighty pleases Let this envelope having art thefif neighborhood of Calootolah at the t counting house of Sirajodeen and Ilah dad merchants he offered to and read by the happy light of ray eyes of vir tuous manners and belover of the heart v Meean Shaikh luayut Ally may his life be long Written on the tenth of the blessed Itumzan Saturday in the year 12GG of the Hegira of our Prophet and dispatched at Bearing Preaches at Colored Church Rev Ei Boggess of Beaver Dam preachedat Asbury Methodist church last Wednesday evening Rev Boggess attended the conference and was appointed to preach for tho colored people by Presiding Elder J T Rushing on the request of Rev P L i King 1 r Rev W IL Pope pastor of Asbury M E church was introduced to tho conference Thursday Concerning Rencllnpr Of course reading may become a more Indulgence and dissipation n habit to be corrected also it Is very evident that many great resolute natures have byemuch reading of a few books and much pondering much rending of men of opinions of events rather than of tho printed page Men like Cromwell and Lincoln and others who have changed time course of modern history have been so nurtured Wo could even point to a very great and effective modern scien tific geulus who witH an apparent aver sion to scientific literature gets his learning not so much front boolcs as from experiments mIll front the area ty question system Intelligently up plied to friendly expertsCentury- Tnltunt Volunteer During one of the frequent revolu tions In Haiti the commander of government forces at Port au theII made a requisition on the at Capo Ilaltlen for men to aid in put ting down the uprislug After u somewhat rough experience of two or three days the authorities got together the required number of men and loaded them aboard ship Then the following message was sent Commander Government Forces Port an Prince SIrI send you per steamer Saglnnw to day 100 volunteers Please return the ropes with which they are bound COMMANDER AT PORT HAITIEN Xo CliiuiiimKiie Bur 1rlNuncm At tho breaking out of the Crimean war Eliza Rachel the celebrated French tragedienne vnsn St Peters burg Just before leaving the Russian capital some of tho officials of the city gave a banquet in her honor At the cud of the feast one of the Russian of ficers a nobleman of high rank said to Rachel in a bantering sort of way We will not bid you goodby but merely au revolr for we will soon bo in Paris to drink your health lu spar hung champagne Monsieur replied Rachel France is not rich enough to treat all her prig ohms of war to champagne Diplomatic Of course the earrings are quito pretty she said with just a tinge of disappointment but the stones are very small But my dear replied Mr Phoxy if they were any larger theyd be nil out of proportion to time size of your oars Philadelphia Press The lliiliyN Wny Friend I suppose the baby Is fond of you Papa Fond of me Why he sleeps all day when Im not at home and stays up all night Just to enjoy my ocietyTown and Country The Sumo Line Snow even In the tropics never melts but remains continuously all time year round above the height of 10000 feet In colder clines the snow line is muchI lower than this There will be mistakes in divinity while urea preachy and error in govern ment while men Rovern Carloton Terrific Race With Death Death was fast approcnjng writes Ralph F Fernandez of Tampa FlaIdescribing his fearful race with death Ias a result of liver trouble and heart disease which nad robbed me ot sleep and of all interest in life I had tried I runny different doctors and several medicines but got no benefit until Iii began to use Klectrlo Bitters oIwonderful was their effect that in three days I felt line a new man and today I am cured of nil my troubles Guaranteed at Short Haynes drugstore price 50c Will Reside at Springfield III Hurry llamman has gone to Springfield Ill to accept a posii tion as boiler maker with theI Vabash railroad Mrs llamman has peen visiting relatives atff Backache1 The Blues Both Symptoms of Organic Derangement in WomenThousands of Sufferers Find Relief How often do we hear women say It seems as though my back would break or Dont speak to me I am all out of sorts These significant remarks prove that the system requires attention Backache and tho blues are direct symptoms of an inward trouble which will sooner or later declare itself It may be caused by diseased kidneys or some uterine derangement Nature requires assistance and at once and Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Com pound instantly asserts its curative powers in all those peculiar ailments of women It has been tho standby of intelligent American women for twenty years and time ablest specialists agree that it is the most universally success ful remedy for womans Ills known to medicineThe letters from Mrs Holmes and Mrs Cotrely arc among the many thousands which Mrs Pink ham has received this year from those whom she has relieved convincingMrsDakota writes Dear Mrs Plnkbam I harp suff red everything with backache and womb trouble I let the trouble run on until my system was in such a condition that I was unablo to be about and then it was I Vegetablemuch suffering I would have saved I should have taken it months soonerfor a few strongMyI suffer no pain at my menstrual periods whereas before I took Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound I suffered intense pain Mrs Emma Cotrely 109 East 12th Street New York City writes Ask Mrs AdviccA Woman Understands Union Star and will join him later at Springfield gin Huniman has been employed here by the lIen derson Route as boiler maker Farmers to Hold Wheat Owcnsboro Ivy May 2j1- T Vesttielcl county organizer of the A Sof E spoke on Tuesday night nt Jiaceo to a crowd that filled the school house On Mon day night he spoke at Haywood chapel He will be at Yclvington tonight undat Thruston on Thurs day night The chief matter of interest in this part of the county just now is the wheat and it is being planned for the farmers to act in concert so that the very hest price may be obtained Several of the growers have already provided themselves with sacks and this they claim is the first step to independence in the matter of getting a good price A Long Walk Is often followed by Sore lired Ach ing Burning Feet Paracamph re- lIevesI Sore Feet quicker than any other known remedy It draws out the fev and inflammation It cools it soothes it cures A To BeProsperous You Must Look Prosperous By wearing the guaranteed dressy fanman Garmenyou will not only look prosperous but you will get prosperous You cant economize or save money in a better way than by buying these serviceable and fashionable clothes at the low prices we are quoting on themtThis seasons popular shades are Browns Silver Greys Lord Lovats and Continental Blues We show all styles and sizes in these colors In our CAMPUS TOGS swagger clothes for Young Men we have checks stripes and fancy mixtures of allpatterns To those who appreciate good clothes we extend- a cordial to visit our store andexamine the many offerings of our Clothing Department I 1Oto25 F FRAIZE Cloverport Ky I Dear Sirs Pinkbam feel It my duty to tell all suffering women of the relief have found in Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound When I com menced taking tho Compound I suffered everything with backaches headaches men completelyowe it all to you When women are troubled with irreg ular suppressed or painful menstruation weakness leucorrhcca displace ment or ulceration of tho womb tha tf bearing down feeling inflammation o the ovaries backache bloating o Indigestion set with such symptoms as dizziness faintness lassitude excitability irrita bility nervousness sleeplessness mel ancholy all gone and want to be leftalone feelings blues and hopeless ness they should remember there is one tried and true remedy Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound at onto re moves such troubles No other medicine in the world has received such widespread and unqual fled endorsement No other medicineI has such a record of cures of femaleI troubles Refuse to buy any substitute FREE ADVICE TO WOMEN Remember every woman is cordially invited to write to Mrs Pinkham i there is anything about her symptoms she does not understand Mrs Pink hams address is Lynn Mass he advice is free and cheerfully given to every ailing woman who asks for it Her advice and medicine have restored to health more than one hundred thou sand women Pinkhams Best a Womans Ills I 1 i r t plaids invitation I I Lie Has Been Nailed UpToDate Farming At this late lily it excites a smile to hear any one say farm ors cannot accomplish their pur posesso many things they hav accomplished gives it the lietStudy wheat iprices in 1903 and 1D04 cotton prices for the same years and also for 1905 But forI organization cotton prices wouldI have gone flat in 1905 Study the tobacco prices this year andI last and corn prices of the present yearwellmaintained through the AnchI all this under preliminary organi zation Now think of the power = in 190G of the organization per fected and permanent of the great nationalconvention or annual meeting of prices made in fact I by farmers themselves of enthusiastic ratification meetings allover the country of participation andl approval by the honorable busi ness men of the nation and thenI say if you dare Farmers cant do it HAS STOOD rile TEST 25 YEARS The old orljtlnal GROVES Tasteless ChillI Tonic YouVnow what you are taklnc It IsI ion and quinine in u tasteless form ocurecno nay 50e jin A to the for t lWINA1MIAiN iMVVMN iMVMNM riAMAr IiI IGOMcGLOTHLAN TO PIGGOTT I FOR YOUR GOODS AND QUIT GOING TO SEARS ROEBUCK WE WILL MAKE THE PRICE ALL RIGHTI McGLOTHLAN PIGGOTT Irvington Ky Infanlum Any Age osts 2Sc at Druggists or mail 25c to C J MOFFI3TT M D St Louis Mo Mother Hesitate no longer but savo tho life of Your child as thousands havo done by giving those powders TEETHINA Is easily given and quickly counteracts and over- Comes tho of tho summers heat upon teethIng 1 P1r C MITCHEL- LDENTIST OFFICE OVER THE FAIR Satisfaction assured Profession al Prices LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE PACKET GO tCOnPORATCDf Fast Mail nnd Passenger Line Evansrville Steamers Tarascon Tell CityI Leave Louisville Monday Wednes day Friday and Saturday 4 p m Leave Evansville Monday 10 a m Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 6 p m freight rates and passengcl shipements delivered quicker than by rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville l7 5 Clovorport to Evansville 175 Cloverport to Owensboro 75 Splendid accommodations for I General Office 15415CI58 4th st Louisville Ky C V WILLIAMS G F and P A IGEO WILSON Supt SUMMER1 EXCURSIONS =VIA = =ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R to lCalifornia and Colorado and to the ILewis nnd Clark Cealinnial Exposition PORTLAND OREGON at special reduced rates Homeseekors round trip and one way on the first and third Tuesdays each month to points in Mississippi and Louisiana Homeseekers round trip on the first and third Tuesdays to points in Indian Territory Oklahoma Ar kansas Texas Etc HOT SPRINGS ARK Dally Sleeping Car without change Louis vlllo to not Springs with connections at c Louisville from Illinois Central Weekly Excursions totCALIFORNIA Excursion cars through to Los Angees and San Francisco via New Orleans Every Tuesday from Cincinnati and Louisville Via Omaha and the Scenic Route every Wednes day from Chicago ItI Full Pertlcjlars concerning all of the above can be had ot Home Agents or by addressingF HARLOW D P A Louisville Noble Outcast at CYAlARoom Clover Dramatic Club of the 0 UW lodge has decided present the melodrama H A = Noble Outcast at the room of Cloverport Young Mens Asso ciation The play will be pro tomorrow evening It is the benefit of the A O U W lodge 1 4 Cures Cholera Diarrhoea Dysentery and thelBowel Troubles of Children of Aids Digestion Regulates the Bowels Strength ens the Child and MAKES TEETHING EASY Only health and effects children Through stock Cincinnati duced V G BA88AGEJIto AttorneyatLawPUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR Many years experience in set thng estates All collections reasonable f Cloverport Kentucky Chintz RoyaltyII Practical Surveyor v also Notary Public I can survey your Lands write your Deeds and take the acknowledgement at your home This saves you trouble andcost Your Patronage Solicited Address me at Hardinsburg KyS- 6 H DeH MOOr J Jpf tJtfARDlNS jWillr j Courts of BreckenrlUpe and adjoining W ties Special attention given to collecting road cases and criminal practice Llccnstito CourtsOffice r Cloverport Planing1 MillI GREGORY CO Prop LUMBERDOORS DOORSSASH SASHBLINDS DOOR AND WINDOW SCREENS SHINGLESLATHS LATHSLIME BRICK CEMENT ROOFING ETC StylishComfortable ComfortableTailor clothes All the latest patterns for Lsuits and trousers in bigbjrfigrade fabrics Clothes male oj modern methods Fit guar anteed Moderato prices Ex pert tailors employed J H HUNSCHE Casper May h Co Cannelton ladff r Sour I Stomach I + No appetite loss of strength nerves brutgeneral sflheIndigestioneKosturesrepre cents the natural juices of digestion u therexist in a healthy stomach combined wltk he greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dyspepsia Cure dos Ml Ihlsfamous a by cleansing purifying sweetening sett strengthening the mucous membranes llnlw the stomach Mr S S Ball el Rerses wood W Va MTil1 A 1 was troublod with 7IUItodolsetforKodol Digests What Yet tab letilesoah i100 sire holdlnt 3K tUusUeM cutCrpar64OHIOAM Sold by all eDruRglsts Ask for the 1905 Kodol Almanac and 200 Year Calendar Case is Reversed Frankfort Ky slay 25Tbe caso of Green vs Hart which was appealed from the Breckenridge todaybyi+ 4 The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY May 31 1903 Carpenters Strokes to Drive a Nnll How many hammer strokes docs a carpenter use In driving a nail Perhaps not one carpenter In a thousand or one layman In ten times that number can tell or ever think of It Tho truth of the matter is this The carpenter takes seven strokes in driv ing a hall Into ordinary wood and twelve regular strokes anti two finish ing taps In driving nulls Into hard wood These figures are furnished by a man who works at night and sleepsor tries to sleepby day and whose bedroom window opens out upon a flat building In course of erection lIe figured the average number of hummer strokes for nine mornings and having learned them moved to a hotel until the new building is completed- He discovered that the carpenter drives an average of three nails a min ute In soft wood mad a fraction under three in hard wood At this rate ho would drive 1440 nails a day Jn soft wood if he keeps up the gait steadily and 1282 In hard wood He would give 10080 hammer strokes In soft wood and 20100 In hard wood Chicago Trib une Popnlnr Nnme Abrnnil Numerous as are the members of the Smith family they do not occupy as prominent a place In European dlrec tortes as they do in those of England or at home though they take up much room In the Berlin directory 5000 Schmidts being registered They have to give room however to the Schultzes and Mullers In Brussels the Jnnsen family is the most numerously repre sented while the greater space In the Paris directory is given over to the Martinets Morelll and Vitelli are the names most numerous in Naples and here the Smiths sink into significance but like the word hello the name of Smith is heard around the world and Is repre sented in practically every directory published more than may be said of any other surname whatever its na tionality England Round Tree The heart of England is a sturdy member that throbs responsive to every call of duty That indeed Is not common to England but is a heritage of every land where the love of country Is deep In the breast of man But the real heart of EnglandIts exact geo graphical centerIs altogether another proposition So far from being occu pied by patriotic sentiment a tree ex actly fills the space It is called Round Tree and is both a picturesque and dis tinguished growth Cold stone might mark the spot but this living monu ment which greens as the snow melts Is much more fitting This ancient oak typifies the national strength and the associations attached to It thickly as leaves in midsummer make It a thing of affection and veneration Paine Dice The following passage explains the various methods of cheating at dice In the Elizabethan era so well that I transcribe it In full for the benefit of commentators on old plays etc says a correspondent of London Notes anti Queries What false disc use they as dlse stopped up with quicksilver and heares dlse of vauntage flattes gourdes to chop and chaunge whan they lyste to lette the trew disc fall under the table and so take up the false and If they be true dlse what shyfte will they make to set ye one of them with slydlng with cogging with foystlng with coytlnge as they call ItAsChams Toxophilus 1545 Didnt Have to Pay Rent This is said to be how William Wal dorf Astor gave the order for the fine offices built for the Pall Mall Gazette Mr Astor was signing checks onp Fewcoploand thegerm is a fact If the germ could bo magnifiedto equal to Its terrors r It would appearmore rible than any fire IbreathingI Germs cant bo They are in the drinkThe breathe germ tho can avoidedjj per when the condition of the system gives It free scope to establish itself and develop When there Is a deficiency of vital force languor restlessness a sal low cheek a hollow eye when the appetite is poor and the sleep is broken It Is time to guard against the germ You can fortify tho body against i all germs by the uso of Dr Plercos Golen MedIcal DIscovery It Increases l the vital power cleanses tho system of clogging 1m purl les enrIches the blood puts the stomach and organs of digestion and nutrition In working condition so that tho germ finds no weak or tainted spot In which to breed Goldon 1lfJdlcal- DlscovolY contains no alcohol whisky or other Intoxicant Your Golden Medical Discovery Is a sick mans friend writes Goo N Turner EsQ Ex innnclal Secretary International Brotherhood of Teamsters 2208 California Street Denver Colo For tho past seven i years my health gradually tailed I lost my appetite became nervous and debllltnted very despondent and unable to liercesmedicine helped mo until I tried Dr Golden Medical Discovery It put new life Into my veins and Increased vitality until I could once more enjoy life and attend to my business Eight bottles affected a complete cure and gladly do I recommend It Dr Pierces Pellets only one or two a day will regulate and cleanse and Invig orate a foul bad Stomach torpid Liver eN sluggish Bowels I er r My Breath Shortness of Breath Is One of the Com monest Signs of Heart Disease Notwithstanding what many physlo lans say heart disease can be cured Dr Miles New Heart Cure has per manently restored to health many thousands who had found no relict In the medicines allopathic or homoeo pathic of regular practicing physicians- It has proved itself unique in the his tory of medicine by being so uniformly successful in curing those diseases Nearly always one of the first signs of trouble la shortness of breath Wheth er It comes as a result of walking or running up stairs or of other exercises If tho heart Is unable to meet this extra demand upon Its pumping powersthere- Is something wrong with It The very best thing you can do Is to take Dr Miles New Heart Cure It will go to the foundation of the trou ble and make a permanent cure by strengthening and renewing the nerves 1 know that Dr Miles New Heart Cure Is a great remedy For n number of years 1 suffered from shortness of breath smothering spells and pains In my left side For months at a time I would be unable to lie on my left sldo and If I lay flat on my back would nearly smother A friend advised using Dr Miles New Heart Cure which 1 did with good results I began to Improve at oncejand after taking several bottles of Cure the pains In my side and other symptoms vanished I nm now entirely well All those dreadful smothering spells nro a thing of th- epastF P DRAKE MIddletown O youtheFREEWrite to us for Free Trial of Dr Miles Anti Pain Pllli the New Scientific Remedy for Pain Also Symptom Blank Our Specialist will dlagnoco your case tell you what Is wrong nnd how to right It Free DR MILES MEDICAL CO LABORATORIES JSIKHABT UU morning and was informed flint one or them was for ottlce rent He laid down his pen and remarked Well I must pay taxes and other expenses but I need not pay rent If It pays an other mutt to erect a building and rent It to me then it will pay me Now turning to his right hand man make aVrangcments for new offices I dont want to hear anything more about It for a year And so the offices were built Nosy It AVnn Pronounced Who was It who declared that a Ger man In despair at the difficulties of English pronunciation said that we write caoutchouc and read It gutta percha lIe was not driven to such desperation as one of his countrymen who gave up the study of the language on being told that the Mikado was pronounced a decided successChl cago News inn Course Farmer Corurack Mnndy I got a letter from our boy snyln he was get tin ready to take a preparatory ses slon Mnndy A three months course I presume Farmer Cornrack No I think not He said somethln about a nine hole course twice around New York Times tier Advice Yes Laura he said his heart was in my keeping Take my advice dear and tell him you are not running a storage warehouse for damaged goodsCleveland- Plain Dealer Hnril to Get The DoctorQueer saying that about truth lying at the bottom of a well The Lawyer You wouldnt think so if you knew the amount of pumping we lawyers sometimes have to do to get at It More Tlmn KnRuprort Id like to see your mistress Is she ngaged Why sir shes married been marl for twenty years LlRhUnrr London In 1715 The question of tho lighting of Lon Ion was settled In simple fashion In 1L715 Tho common council repealed annulled and made void all the former acts concerning the lighting of London as a preliminary measure find hen proceeded to enact that all housekeepers whoso house door or gateway fronts or lies next to any street lane or public passage or place of the said city shall in every dark nightthat lIs very night between the second night ifter each full moon and the seventh night after each full moonset or hang out one or more lights with sufficient otton wicks that shall continuo to burn from 0 oclock at night till 11 oclock f the same night on penalty of a shilling Good Horse Good Rider Judging from the following story which Arthur J Smythe tells In his lography of William Terrlss it is evident that the practice of betting on horse races was among the great dls Ikes of tho popular actor When any one asked him what horse jo was going to back he would say Im going to back a little filly Ive often backed before Ive never won anything on it yet strange to say Ive lever lost a penny Oh whatever horso Is that might have been the inquiry- A little filly called Common Sense Idden by Tommy Let It Alone was tho invariable answerLondon Telegraph o New Tin Shop Openedc C H Wade opened a tin shop 11 the basement of the masonic Temple last week He is occupying the rear room rich wits formerly used by JC Jolte Bro a L POLKA DOT CANS ONfGALLONOFEAC y RAwMOLSEl vH4H 7HE ESTPANr LMIImportantj4 l IaMINd Nwr 100 tt4 0ofa iui in Tw r u r M by IM oo raw IftaiIJIf IwU1 Tfcl Ikt rrr i i t tW W4 filifl a Ik pMf p4tl JOoo When we tell you paint you buy the United oil separately We know from out experience hit pam without Irish linseed oil ii not going to latt very long Ol course it may look well in the bezinmnz bui mthe endhal- Were here in buineti to sup and when we recommend Kinloch Punt we certainly muse be positive of itt staling qualities too We cm give you tome real information on painting When you are ready to buy come and see ui about dndocb HOUSE PAINT We will supply you at the nmc time with frnh pure linseed oil R S BANDY Irvington Ky KI fLOC PAINT COMPANY AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA A e 3 The Diadem Roller Mills E j Ono of the Leading Mills in the State 14Every Sack of Flour Meal or Feed Guaranteed or Money Refunded Ci We deliver at all points along the railroad and river We want j- j the merchants orders All orders given prompt attention Lowest cash prices and biggest discounts 4 3 Machinery and Oils E Plows double shovels cultivators of all kinds in fact every kind a machine that can be used on a farm We also carry in stock all IIof us ot machine and engine oils at the very lowest prices Call and 3 Our Line of Vehiclescc E a Top buggies and runabouts 32 and up Buggy harness 57 and up Fertilizers- We 1 j have fertilizer at 18 per ton and up The very best tobacco jfertiliztr at 28 Call and see us and let us figure with you Respectfully EE- B2 C DIECKMANS SONS Merchant Millers and Grain Dealers 33STEPHENSPORT KY tTTT VTT YTYYV YTTTTYYT YY YT YY YY YYYYYY YY YYYYY YY YY YYYYYY L I MAY PLANS BRI- NGSximmer Tans Remember that Vacations are Rock Island Specialties Theres Hot Springs Ark on our linea health and pleasure resort high up in the foothills of the Ozark Mountains Cool and delightful theres Colorado the goal of thousands of summer visitors theres California and Washington and Oregonthe LEWIS AND CLARK EXPOSITION At Portland Dont forget that a visit to the Fair may in clude a trip over the entire Pacific Coast Let us help you plan your Outing this year Illustrated Booklets free To Join Carnival Company Three large wagons transport ing the property and personnelof the Zarlington Vaudcrville show company as was indicated by words to that effect on the sides of the wagons passed through town Wednesday en route to Har dinsburg The proprietor said they were on their way to Louisville where they would join the Melrose Carnival company and return here in about a month giving performances along the route Sick headache results from a dis ordered stomach and is quickly cured by Cnambertains Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by Short Haynes TriplettHall Miss Frances Hall daughter of Mr and Mrs Aaron Hall of near town and Thomas Triplett son of Mr and Mrs Shelby Triplett of Garfield were married Wednesday at the Alit Hotel Hardins burg by Rev J F Morton the brotherinlaw of the groom Rev and Mrs Morton accompanied the bride and groom to Garfield Mr and Mrs Triplett will reside at Garfield Time Tried and Merit Pr oven One Minute Coagh Cure is right on time when it comes to caring Coughs Croap Whooping Cough etc It is per fectly harmless pleasant to take and is the childr favorite Cough Syrup i- rc 5 fi Y ti Very Low Vacation Rates ALL SUMMER GEOII LEEGPA II I McGUIRE DPA little Rock Ark Cincinnati 0 Early Crop Reports lItTpToDiUe Farming The A Sof E does not be lieve in them Such reports can not atlect the final yields and are at best pure guesses on the final yields They serve to unsettle business andnre in the interest of speculators and not in the interest of farmers The pries for the 1904 crops were fixed by farmers or should have been They should bring the fair prices and would if pre liminary crop reporting and boards of trade for speculative purpose were done away with It will be time to decide the value of the 1905 crops when they are made When the proper time comes the A Sof E will ask for crop reports and then issue its bulletins of yields and price Cleared for Action When the body is cleared for action by Dr Kings New Life Pills you can tell it by the bloom of health on the oheeKs the brightness of the oyes the firmness of the Hesh and muscles the buoyancy of the mind Try them At Short Haynes drug store 25 cents Sprague Has Big Tow The towboat Sprague passed down last Wednesday afternoon with fortysix boats and five barges She added ten boats to her tow at Cairo TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tab lets All druggists refund It It tills to cure E W Groves signature Is on box 25c i J Weve Hired Uncle SamAs our agent to SHOW and SELL our goods and an investment through him with us is better than a Govern meat nand This is a specialofTering of mens 10Suits at + They are black Thibet for dress wear and fancy Cassimeres and Worsteds in light medium and dark a patterns for business wear They 44c are GUARANTEED AWyWOOI and made In thoroughly styles What ask you to do is to write and ask for samples and measure bianlis saying you saw THIS ad in Tilts paper Ours is the largest and oldest house In our line in the South We OWN our building and have done on the SAME SPOT for over 1ORTY YEARS We sell CLOTHING HATS and FCRXISH INGS for men and boys SHOES for every E Style books for all lines free un request Lets us hear from you LEVYSThird and U JNN N N N N N N N N t Bankof Hardinsburg 2OFFICTRSJ B F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier J DIRECTORS Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beard Dr A M Kincheloe D S Richardson jt Insured against loss by fire or burglary Interest paid on time deposits NN N ONH NN N NNNNN NNN NNN The Breckinridge Bank Cloverport Ky Cap tat Stock 45100 Surplus 7000 Incorporated Organ zed a 1872 W H BOWMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier DR F L LIGHTFOOT VPres CHAS B SKILLMAN Asst Cashier Accounts of Firms Individuals and Corporations solicited Any business entrusted to us will receive prompt and careful attention Storage place for packages in our fireproot vault furnishedour customers free NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS Interest paid on time deposits 1 oesFirst State Bank IRVINGTON KY IVlctPresidentIof Corporations i Interest Paid on Time Deposi- tsNNNNlaaNlOMl tlftltNfNH NNNHI + THE I Fifth Avenue I HOTELI I Louisville Ky 00PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr U Spring andI uptodate we business andEMark- etLOUISVILLE IAccount The most centrally located and only I firstclass hotel In the city making a IrOO rate Only one block from the slopping district and two prlnclpaliithe principal theatres Street cars pass the door to of the city- Everything neat andtclean I u NNNmuN-i ssN gNNm N N 1More1 Writing in The Raleigh Post of yesterday Mr J C Caddell foresees the time when trains running between Greensboro and Charlotte will dash through a continuous city and says that the next ninetynineyear lease of the North Carolina Railroad by the Southern will call for four tracks instead of one So indeed it will and this reminds us the agreeable statement in the Washington ofIIcorrespondence of The Post of yesterday that a force of hands will tomorrow begin grading on the track between doubleiiHigh Point It is a continuing der how the Southern Railway wonIto handle so many trains passenger and freight on a single track between Greensboro and Charlotte with so few accidents and a contin uing cause of congratulation the alert and clearheaded train dispatchers The Southern is a great system the most effective developer of the South and it has not undertaken its doubletracking policy too early Think of tho volume of its traffic fifty even twentyfive years from now Charlotte Observer TO OBTAIN THE BEST RESULTS USE THE Southern Railway rS H HARDWiCKW H TAYLOE IassouKLT Tratllc Slanaper General Passenger Agent Washington D C NN q 4 f V t It lt vfC c 0 N r I t I I f The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY May 31 100- 5HARDINSBURG Born to the wife of Leslie Walker May 27 a boy E B Oglesby of Clov9rport was in the city Monday DrSidnoy Hall of Constantino was in the ctty Monday Joel H Pile spent several days of last week in Louisville Mr and Mrs Morris H Beard went to Louisville yesterday Jack Walker was the guest of relatives at Fordsville last week Dr W A Walker visited his I weekIRoscoe Severs of Richmond Ya was in town last week visiting friends t Mrs Margaret May has returned 0home from a visit to relatives at West Point Col E L Robertson of Glen deane spent Sunday here the l guest of friends Stanleyri Ky is visiting his mother sirs a Lucretia Hensley I Dr Evan Royalty returned to Louisville Wednesday after a I weeks visit to his parents Attorneys Gus Brown IT C Murray and H Dell Moorman were in Louisville last week Mrs G W Beardattended the f district conference of the M E church South at Cloverport last weekThe Rev Frank M Thomas of Owensboro was here last week visiting his aunt Mrs R GGard inerThe Rev Everett ofai Stephensport filled his regular l appointment at the Baptist church Sunday i Beulah and Willie Ahl of Haw esville are visiting their grand parents Judge and Mrs William AhlMrs Blanche Read returned home Friday from a weeks visit to Miss Amanda Deane at Glen deane George Chick of Mt Sterling was in the city Monday visiting old friends und renewing acquaint anceshipsMiss ith Ellen DeJarnette who has been attending Belmont College at Nashville Tenn returned home Friday Dennie Sheeran will nextrmonth the erection of a fine resi dence on the lot he recently Ipurchased of S A Pate The Rev Bruner of Louis vine representing the Kentucky Childrens lHome Society was in town several days of last week Miss Margaret Baker has been appointed by the Sunday school of the M Eo church South dele gate to the State Sunday School Convention to be held at Somerset next month PATESVILLE Millard Compton iis ill I t tTW Harmon was at home SundayY1 YTurin linker was in Hawes ville Saturday T T Parson and daughter r 9II I I yersYou can hardly find a home CherryPectoral it does for children bre- aksCherry Pectoralup a cold in a single night wards off bronchitis prevents i pneumonia Physicians ad i vise parents to keep hon hand t The beAt cough medicine money can bur 11I Ayer Cherry Pectoral For the cough of children nothing could tmmllilT be better JACOB SllVLL Saratoga Ind- 25cMcfllOO J C ATTSU CO All drulflllllsfor Lowell Mail Throat Lungs M Ayers Pills greatly aid tho Cherry Pectoral In breaking up a cold s AN AWFUL SKIN DISEASE Sores Covered Neck and Cheeks Itched Day and Night Noth ing Did Me Any Good Was Growing Worse CURED BY CUTICURA AT COST OF 450 Miss Nellie Vander Wiele of Lakeside N Y writing under date of April 18 1904 saysII I do wish you would publish this letter in the news papers so that others suffering as I have may see it and be helped I suf fered for many months with an awful skin disease sores covering my ears neck and cheeks Scabs would form and they would swell and itch day and night Then they would break open and blood and matter run out I had tried many different remedies but none of them did me any good I was growing worse when I tried the Cuticura Remedies The first application helped me and when I had used two cakes of Cuticura Soap three boxes of Cuticura Ointment and three bottles of Cuticura Resolvent I was completely cured- TORTURING DISfiGURING Humours Eczemas Itchings and Chafings Cured by Cuticura The agonizing itching and burning of the skin as in eczema i the fright ful scaling as in psoriasis i the loss of hair and crusting of the scalp as in scalled head i the facial disfigure ment as in pimples and ringworm the awful suffering of infants and anxiety of wornout parents as in milk crust tetter and salt rheum all demand remedy of almost super human virtues to successfully cope with them That Cuticura Soap Ointment and Pills are such stands proven beyond all doubt by the testi mony of the civilizedworld Cutlctif Soap Ointment and Pill re sold throughout the wont Potter Drug k Chem Corp Sole 1roprletor noaton IU Seudf r110wtoCur L1nllumourt Murill returned from Owensboro Friday Rev Noah Gabbert of Evans ville Ind delivered some excellent sermons at this place Friday night Saturday night Sunday and Sunday night Pearl Bruner the elevenyear old son of James Bruner died on Tuesday of last week at the home of his MrsbAmos Corley with whom he was I living His father was called from Owensboro but death came before he reached the bedside of his son The funeral services were held last Wednesday at Bethlehem church Rev Cicero Corley officiating and the interment was at Bethlehem cemetery Hot Weather Piles Persons afflicted with Piles should boI careful at this season of the year Hot weather and bad driuaing water con tribute to the conditions which make piles more painful and dangerous DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve stops the pan draws out the soreness and cans Got the genuine bearing tho name of E C DeWitt x C- oWEBSTER M T Robertson went to Glen deane last Saturday Mrs YoG Claycomb is having her dwelling repainted Mrs Ralph is visiting relatives at Hardinsburg and Rockvale IT L Kurtz shipped out two car loads of stock last week Perry Roberts of near Sample was here on business last Satur dayJ E Payne and wife went to Brandenburg last Saturday shop pingII withIPointJess Bohler of Cloverport was the guest of Miss Loma Kennedy Sunday The prospect for a wheat crop in this section is rather above an average II C Stewart who is working at Kings homeoSundayThurman Drone is at home from Harned where he has been attend ing school Mrs N B Robertson who has been ill for some time is consider ably improved Quite a number of our farmers attended tho farmers meeting at Irvington last Saturday 0 Don Lyddan and sister Miss Nan visited Miss Cora Leo Andor son at Guston last Sunday J C Crutcher was in West Point last week having some im provoments made on his property Good Adtice Is to tell your neighbors to use Para camph for Cold in the Head or Uhest It relieves Colds Catarrh and Sore Throat quicker than any other known remedy because it opens the pores in duces perspiration and removes con gestion It drives away tnat stopped up feeling and draws out all fever and inflammation Try It It wont take a minute and it will relieve you in less time German 1alaye Stvntlm Of nil housewives in Europe probably the German is the hardest worked and of nil European mothers the German practices most completely the art of swathing and padding her baby and of putting it on the shelf The German baby is swaddled in a long narrow pillow which is made to meet com pletely round him being tucked up over his feet and turned under his sol emn chin Three bands of gay blue ribbons are then passed round the whole bundle and tied In large florid bows about where his chest his waist and his ankles may be supposed to be In this guise he can be deposited as an ornament either on the sumptuous best bed or on the kitchen dresser or on the drawing room table How fond the Germans are of this presentment of baby may be guessed from the fact that it figures largely in their picture books among their dolls and even In the bakers shops at Easter time made of dough and covered with sugar to be devoured by greedily live babies Strand Magazine The Uncomfortable Collar I dont know what Is the matter with these collars said Smartboy to the salesman They seemed all right when I bought them yesterday But I had to use a button hook to connect them with my collar button this morn Ing They fit as though they were In tended for my little brother There are two ways to put on a col lar replied the salesman and you seem to have chosen the wrong way I noticed It when you were here yester day but It was not up to me to tell you Ive been jumped on for volun teering that Information more than once Most men think it does not make any difference whether you button the right side or the left of n collar first It makes all the difference in the world in the comfort and set of the collor no matter what shape It is Undo that collar you are wearing but ton the right side first and youll be glad youre allveItNew York Press Frnnk EnRllnli Serrnntn The English servants whether they prove bettor when engaged are certain ly franker than American servants in declaring their weaknesses in adver tising for employment Tho columns of a London paper disclose their amia ble candidness In the first advertise ment the applicant confesses to drink n temptation but not an inebriate the next pleads as her recommendation that she Is faithful but plain of speech a third requires a place where manual work is light but does not say of what Intellectual work she Is capable while n fourth is described as n dishonest girl of seventeen Should the mistress be too hypercritical to en gage any of the above attractive serv ants she has still another opportunity perhaps she will be willing to train for domestic service a rough coster girl desirous of redeeming character The IoNtmnrk Great Britain It Is said can without fear of contradiction claim the honor of having originated the postmark The first one which was used In London as long ago as HmO was a very simple af fair consisting of a small circle divided Into two parts In the top portion were two letters Indicating the month while In the lower half the day of the month was shown No endeavor was made to denote the year and It Is only by the dates of the letters on which the mark is Impressed that it is possible to fix the date of Its use Alfred Heston of Hardinsburg was here Sunday A Good Suggestion MrC B Wainwright of Lemon City Fla has written the manufacturers that much butter results are obtained from the use of Chamberlains Colio Cholera ana Dinrrnoea Remedy In cases of pains in the stomach colic and cholera morbus bf taking it in water as hot as can be drank That when taken in this way tho effect is double in rapidity It seems to get at the right spot instantly II For sale by Short ez Haynes BIG SPRING Mrs Julia Olarkson went to Louisville Friday for a couple of days John IT Meador returned to Louisville Tuesday to enjoy the races Mrs Achilles Moorman and daughter Miss Myrtle were In Louisville last Thursday Mrs Julia Clarkson and daughter Miss Llll risltcdher brother Mr Orllo Richard son near Ekron last Wednesday Messrs Louis Helburn ond T A Roberts of Louisville agents for the Equitable Life Insurance Society were hero several days this last week Mrs Laura Caldwell and sister Mrs Lewis left for the formers home at Stlth ton Saturday Mrs Lewis having gotten able to be moved 1 Henry Ilardln who has been hero visiting his parents left Saturday for a business trip to the house he Is traveling for at Mer Idan Connecticut IRVINGTON Ott Mercer of Raymond was in town last week Born to the wife of Tom Thomas May 26 w boy Dr L B Moremen was in Louisville last week Preston Ford of Hardinsburg was in town last week Henry Head of Rosetta was hero last Wednesday Born to the wife of Lawrence Speaks May 24 a girl Dave Bishofl of South Louis ville was down Sunday Rev Mayhopper of Louisville preached here last Sunday Rev J T Lewis preached two sermons at Cloverport Sunday- J IT Avitt of Lodiburg spent Thursday the guest of Rovv ITy nes Miss Mary Smith iis visiting her aunt Mrs Haddockat Clifton MillsThos Blythe went to Clover port Sunday to visit his wife and baby Rev Er Graves has return ed from a two weeks visit in Cal ifornia Mrs Ed Adkisson and baby are at homo after a visit to her mother at Sebree Miss Laura Brown of Paradise came Sunday to visit her brother W E Brown Will Foreman of Hardinsburg came Sunday to see his sister Irs Jim Thomas Mr and Mrs John Arms of Evansville were the guests of Mr and Mrs Smith I Mrs Thos Blythe and baby are visiting her mother Mrs Hook at Cloverport Hubert Piggott came Saturday to remain at home during the summer vacation Misses Iva and Rachel Mudd of Louisville came down Friday to remain a few days Miss Clara Carter of Clover port has gone home after a visit to Miss Rena Roberts William S Hopper left for Loveland Ohio Sunday to take a position in a bank Miss Mattie Smith was at Basin Springs last week visiting her sis ter Mrs Henninger Miss Ermine Munford who has been away visiting friends for sometime has returned Capt Proctor of Louisville was down last week to be with friends for several days Mrs Ford McGeheo was in Ste phensport Sunday visiting her sis ter Mrs Richard Skillman Mr and ours Robins of Skill man spent Sunday the guests of Mr and Mrs Elie Robins Hubert Barnes of Cynthiana spent several days of last week the guest of relatives here Bob Jolly went to Louisville sonMor1Is who is at Norton Infirmary- Mr and Mrs G T Marshall have returned home after a two weeks trip through the west Mrs Sam Bishoff and sister Miss Cassio Anderson of Clover dort are visiting friends and relatives here Sam Henninger and daughter Mary of West View are visitors of Miss Blanche Claycomb at B a sinSpringsMrs and daughter Jessie were in Louisville for several days last week visiting Mr and Mrs Tony McCoy Will Wimp and Miss Pauline Foreman of Stephensport spent Sunday the guests of Mr and Mrs JohnYimp Mrs Lon Mor man of Bran denburg came Friday to be the guest of her son Dr L B More man for several days Mrs Edmonia Perrin left Sat urday to join her son at Hawes ville where they expect to re main during the summer Mr and Mrs Bate Washington spent Sunday in Stephonsport the guests of Mr and Mrs Brown Helm Miss Mablo McGlothlan loft Tuesday for Hawesvillo where she expects to visit her cousin Mrs Perrin for several weeks Mrs Nannio Wathen Miss Edith Marshall and Harry Kempor composed a house party last week at Miss J nnie Greens at Falls of RoughW J Piggott wife andson Joe were in Louisville last week attending the commencement exercises of the Beechmont Male High Schoolof which their son Hubert is a graduate Chas Chamberlain was royally entertained Wednesday evening to a stag dinner by his wife in honor of his birthday Those present were W J Piggott Dr L B Moremen J L Henry Harry Keuiper D C Heron i John Wimp and Bob Jolly- fICQUADYe Mr and 3lrsD Wilson went to Fordsville Saturday Several from here attended the dedication at Tarfork Sunday Clark Owen spent several days in Louisville last week on business Luther Wilson has moved into his new house on his farm near townMiss Mary J Mattingly was here last week in interest of school workMISS May Lyal of Leitchfield is visiting Misses Jessie and Myrtle Bland Mr nnd Mrs Will Newby visited Mr and Mrs M L Crews SundayMrs Brickey and Mrs Frank were in Hardinsburg one day last week shopping Mr and Mrs James McClure of Grayson county visited Dr I L Lynch Sunday Little Miss Jessie Lyons is visit ing her aunt Mrs Herbert Beard near Hardinsburg Mrs Pheba Skillman returned home last Saturday after spending several weeks with relatives near Hardinsburg RESTORED TO HEALTH THANKS TO PERUNA Friends Were Alarmed Advised Change of Climate Miss Mildred Keller 718 13th street N W Washington DO writes I can safely recommend Poruna for catarrh I had It ton years and it would respond to no kind of treatment or If Ik did it was only temporary and on the slightest provocation the trouble would come back I wax In such a state that my friends were alarmed about me and t was advised to leave this climate Then I tried Peruna and to my great Joy found It helped me from the first dose I took and a few bottles cured meIt built up my constitution I regained my appetite and I fool that I- am perfectly well and strongMildred Keller Wo have on fllo many thousand testi monials like the above We can give cur readers only a slight glimpse of tho vast array of unsolicited endorsements Dr Hartman Is receiving John P Kennedy and wife of Harned spent Saturday and Sun day with M L Crews Walker Brown who has been at work with the carpenter crew on the Henderson Route mashed his hand last weekand is nt home Messrs Dennio Mattingly and Bud Hook of Hardinsburg were the guests of Misses Montro Pur cell and Myldred Potts Sunday w v TimePassesQuick And your opportunity for the great bar f F gains now offered AT OUR t CLOSING OUT SALE l1May have gone forever There is always a andrthat time is now and moreover it is limited Good opportunities such as we now offer never last long therefore dont delay dont wait if you want first class1 I Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Furnishings Hats Hard ware Groceries Etc At prices never heard of here before A change in our business is the cause of this SLAUGHTER SALE and values are not considered h We must sell and- CASH OR PRODUCE ONLY WillI buy these bargains Nothing will bo t charged in this sale To a party wishing to go in nIwellestablished business wo offer tho entire stock f 7 p and fixtures at a bargain Our stock is still corn J1 plete in sizes and open for inspection in our four department store rooms oJ c W Jtt SCHOPP x- r4 STEPHENSPORT KYf a y- A t S V