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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rt THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT r VOL XXIXCLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 28 1905 8 Pages NO50 t IT SEEMS IT IS A FINALITY I That Railroad Wilt be Built From Aladlsonvllle Says Hustler It seems all but an assured fact that the construction of the railroad from I Madisonville to Cloverport is a finality I says the Madisouyille Hustler I At a meeting of the Commercial Club c 4 held Monday night President Hole men who has been the active promoter I of the proposed railroad at this endof the line informed the public that practically all the right of way had been secured from Madisonville to Green river but that some gaps between I Madisonville and Pond River and right I of way and terminal facilities in the II city of Madisonviile which would involve I some considerable expense were yet to be secured and offered to the I company proposing to construct the road in a tangible way He reported that a meeting was to be held to determ t ins finally what should be done on or about the 27th of June and that he d hoped to be able to guarantee the right t of way to Pond River and terminals in j Madisonville at that time J It was agreed that a committee be appointed for the purpose of trying to 4get 100 business men and citizens of J1 Madisonville to agree to pay 100 each J for the purpose of guaranteeing the I right ot way and terminals but the entire I amount not to be used unless I necessary This was deemed the best plan of procedure in order to enable Mr Holeman to offer the railroad peo pIe the guarantee they asked and to I take no chances on the road going somewhere else This paper was circulated Tuesday and Wednesday and was liberallyI signed and there is no doubt thut the necessary amount will be guaranteed I Huge TaskII It was a huge task to undertake theII cure of such a bad case of kidney diI V CheroV My kidneys were so gone I could not sit on a chair without a cushion and suffered from dreadful backache headache and depression In Electric Bitters howeverI found a cure and by them was restored to perfect J to health I recommend this great tonicJJ medicine to all with weak kidnesII liver or stomach Guaranteed by ShtrtII Haynes druggists price 50cII Childrens Day Exercises The Childrens Day exercises at theJ Presbyterian church Sunday morning were attended and thoroughly enjoyedJJ by an andienco that filled the church The exercises began at 10 80 oclockI The church was attractively decorated r with flowers The program which was well rendered was as follows I Organ Voluntary Mis Lillian Sippel t PrayerConrad Sippel Hong The Lords PrayerISong Onward Christian Soldiers RecitationBeulah WrightII Recitation The Wondrous City- RecitationLena May t Recitation May Lambtt SongMay The Church Keep 1 RecitationHoly BibleII RecitationRosa Sippel I Recitation Lousii Whlteh adjj Recitation J P Ditzenbach i Song Children in The TempleII DialogueCharles Satterfield and Wil bur ChapinII Recitation May D Chapin Recitation A Little Child Shall Lead Them I Recitation Rebeckah Cissell SimonaJ SongThere is a Happy Land Recitation Selma Sippel RecitationJane Lightoot Recitation Byron Whitehead Collection Recitation Rachel JacksonISong Mrs L T Reid Recitation Charles SatterfieldJJ I Recitation olden LampsII r Song All Hail The Power of Jesus Name Childrens Tain Rev T C Kerr SongAround The Throne t AllDay Meeting There will be an allday meeting at r Nortons Valley church Tuesday July Ei 4 4 Dinner on the grounds Everybody invited iCatarrh I I Is a constitutional disease It originates In a scrofulous condition otI the blood and depends on that conditionI It often causes headache and dizziness Impairs the taste smell and hearing affects the vocal organs disturbs the stomach It Is always radically and permanently cured by tho bloodpurifying alterative and tonic action ot Hoods Sarsaparilla This great medicine has wrought the most V wonderful cures of all diseases depending onscrofula or the scrofulous habit hoops IILLS are the belt cathartic I COWHEEL HAS A FLOOD Rain Monday Heaviest Ever Water Covers Block After Block For one hour the heaviest rata ever known in Cowheel fell Monday evening covering streets gardens and yards in some places to a depth of several feet in that part of town Pedestrlanism was a very difficult and dangerous taste after the rain the streets and sidewalks running with water which deposited a thick seai ment of yellow treacherous mud Yesterday morning the yards in block after block south of Railroad street and several north made a very nn presentaole appearance the lawns having been covered by mud and discolored by muddv water The main damage was to gardens many of which were completely submerged The thunderstorm that accompanied the rain was very violent but there was little wind The streams of water that ran through the streets must have averaged at least a foot in depth though mud clinging yesterday morning to Itrees and fences indicated that it was Itwo feet and more in some of the lower places Their size was greatly increased by the water which swept down the scnoolbonse hill Large stones and logs one known to be over a foot in diameter were caught in the flood and carried for one or more blocks and ditches were washed in the streets The water stood so high in several yards that it entered the residences of Thos Brown anti Bud Carter and the blacksmith shop of Thos Bohler the last to a depth of eight or ten inches Many residents of the flooded part of tcwn were attending the perfbrm ance at Swallow aX Markles floating palace during the rain and were in state of great anxiety as to the condition they would find things when they would return home If in a kind ot bilious mood Yon wish an aid to aigest food No other pill is half so good As DeWitts Little Risers The Famous Little Pills EARLY RISERS care Constipation Sick Headache Biliousness otc They never gripe or sicken but impart early rising energy Good for either child ren or adults Bob Moore LaFayette Ind says No use talking DeWitts Little Early Risers do their work All other pills I have used gripe and make me sick DeWitts Little Early Risers brought the long sought relief They are perfect Sold by All Drug gists Interesting Baseball Game One of the snappiest and roost inter eating games of baseball ever seen on the Tobinsoort grounds was played Sunday afternoon between tne Ponies rf Cannelton and the 1 Punuin Rollers Itof Tobinsport the score resulting in 5 to 2 in favor ot the former team The Tobinsport team put up a fine game but seemed to be outclassed by CanneltOu About COO people it is estimated were in attendanceTwo of the game were the strong work of Canneltons deaf and dumb battery and the remarkable playing of Floyd Whitehead The sign work of Gatton and Keys the mates was as effective and interesting as tneir playing Whitehead ontbatted many of the other players though it was his first game and ne was the youngest of Tobinsports team Cannelton made one score in the second inning two in the fourthand two in the fifth Tobinsport one in the ninth and one in the sixth Two base hits were the best ones made Keys and Esarey getting them Tobinsports lineup was as follows Sanders c Collins p Polk SB Hawkins lb Whitehead 2b Esarey 8b England rf POWAll cf White head If Canneltons line ap Gatton o Keys p1 Irvin lb Huber 2b deebaok 3b Whelan rf Zimmer mancf Wittmer ss Cummings If Cannelton and Tobinsport will play two games at Cannolton July 4 Washout Delays Train Hardinsburg Ky June 27Spe- cialThe train due here Tat 048 oclock did not rrnve today until about 1 oclock The delay was due to a washout below Rockvale which was caused by the heavy rain Monday night Heavy Rains in County Monday A heavy rain fell over the county Monday doing some damage jto crops In Hancock county considerable damage was done to houses and barns it is reported FARMERS MEET AT 1RVINGTONI TO 11 SET PRICE ON WHEAT WILL ASK ONE DOLLS il2 AND PERHAPS MORE Farmers of Irvington and vicinity nad a meeting Saturday for the pur pose of coming to a decision on the price at which they will dispose of their 1905 wheat cropA price was not set at this meeting but Ithe secretary W H Cain Mr was instructed to write to J A Everitt national pres I ident of the American Society of Equity and get his advice upon the matter and report at a meeting of the Bowleyviile local union A S of E next Saturday when arrangements are to be made for an oldfashioned farmers picnic under the auspices of the A Sof E sometime this summer The general sentiment of the meet ing was that no one should sell a busbel of wheat for less than one dollar and many of those present said they would not take as low as one dollar Speeches were made by Dr P W FooteW H Cain Albert Ash craft and others The words of the speakers and the meeting itself showed a most progressive spirit on the part of the farmers and a determi nation to get and give a square danl Following is an account of the meeting furnished the News by the secre tary Irvington Ky dune 25 At a called meeting of the farmers of Irvington and the surrounding community Saturday in connection with the Society of Equity and for the purpose of taking some action as to the disposal of the present oop of wheat Samuel Dowell was chosen president and W H rain Jr secre tary After organization calls for Dr P W Foote brought that gentleman to his feet and ho proceeded to address the meeting He said he did not wish to confine himself to tho wheat crop but would talk on some of the princi pIes and possibilities for farmers of the American Society of Equity He said the farmer is the only man who wonted day after day atd yet some other man set the price He said he as a physician set his price on his worm and all other trades professions and occupations did like wise He strongly urged the farmers to get organized and in shape to Shack le ti Scott Hardiqsbnrg Ky June 27Spe- cialThe marriage of Miss Lillie Scott to the Rev D F Shacklett of Meade county occurred at the resi dence of Mr and Mrs Ed U Beard No 002 Third street Louisville at 330 oclock last Wednesday after noon The Rev Dr W W Hamilton pastor of the McFerran Memorial church said IImpressively the beau tiful ceremony which united their lives Only a few of the relatives and immediate friends of tno contracting parties were present at the wedding They left Louisville on the afternoon train for lEuron where they will reside The bride is the elder daughter of the late Major Horace Scott and formerly lived here where she enjoy ed the friendship of all The Rev Shacklett is a prominent minister of the Baptist denomination who has acquired an enviable reputation as a preacher and pastor Quality vs Quantity Hurd muscles and strong body do not depend on the quantity of food you eat i but on its perfect digestion and proper assimilation When you take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure your system gets all the noarishmeut out of all the food you eat It digests what you eat regardless of the condition of the stomach and con veys the nutrient properties to the blood and tissues This builds up and strengthens the entire system over comes and cures IudigestiouDyspepsia Belching Sour Stomach etc Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for what is sometimes called Americas national disease Dyspepsiais destined to eventually work a wonderful and lasting benefit to sufferers from this distressing and mind harassing condition Sold by All Drug gists St Romualds Commencement Hardinsburg Ky Juno 27Spev- ial The commencement of St Rnmualds Academy was held at the opera house Wednesday evening The house was crowded to the doors The program was good and was well rendered Mr Morris Eskridge delivered a vervy appropriate address at the conclusion of the program and them Father Gabe delivered the prizes to the pupils put theIr own price on what they produce and hold until they get it The wheat is now in the farmers hands and they need not let it go until they get their price After saying many other god things he finished by urging farmers to organize On request of Mr Ashcratt W H Cain addressee the meeting in regard to tile Society and told how its teach ings had saved so many thousands ot dollars to southern planters by in ducing them to hold their cotton After discussion as to what price should be sot upon wheat Squire C H Drury moved that the farmers wait until President Everstt of the A S of E could be heard from be fore fixing any price and accordingly the secretary was ordered to fiorres pond with him and report at meeting to be held with Bewleyville union next Saturday to which meeting all farmers are cordially and earnestly invited as plans are to bo formulated and arrangements made for a genuine oldfashioned farmers picnic some time in the near future Albert Ash craft then addressed the meeting say ing new wheat it now selling at many points tor more than 100 that the mills are all now empty and urged the farmers to hold for a better price than Is now being offered The general sentiment ot the meet ing was that no one should sell a bushel of wheat for less than one dol lar and many said they would not take 100 today that no wheat should be deposited in any mill until price axed was obtained and that farmers purchase their own sacks and prepare to keep wheat at home and sell only as the market would take it at the farm rs price All farmers of KentucKy and America are invited to adopt some plan Put an eqituable price on your wheat aid hold until you get Iit It is bound to comeOn or E Munford saorfs were ordered and E H Shelman was chosen agent to buy same Many others took part in discussions and best of all eight new members were added to our society- W H Cain Jr Sec y Creditable Performance Hardinsburg Ky June 27 SpecialSweet Lavender was presented by a Cloverport com pany at the city hall Thursday evening It was a very creditable performance and many members of the cast displayed considerable histrionic talent Tho audience was very appreciative N No List of Winners at 1 presetDetroit Mich June John D Babbage Dear SiCWe are in receipt of yours of the 2ndanti in reply will say the reason tor delay is that we have been unable through litigation to send out a list of the winners or pay the prizes in the Treasury Contest The awards In the contest were determined shortly after the contest closed and as soon as the litigation is over which we hope will be very soon we will send you full particularsYours very truly Press Publishing Assn E M Cathro Secy READ TillS 1901Thiswith kidney and bladder disease for three years and found nothing to relieve me until I tried the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery which has given me positive relief and I think a permanent cure Jas M Hipkins A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle ot the Texas Won der Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emis sions weak and lame backs rheu matism and all Irregularities of the Kidneys and bladder In both men and women regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by you r druggist it will be sent by mall o 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 020 St Louts Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggists ARE TO HAVE A CONVENTION Republicans Meet July 24 to Nomi nate Men For County Offices Hardinsburg Ky June 2Spec- ial The Republican County Com mittee with all members present except four met here Monday nursuant to adjournment After a full discus sion it was decided to call a delegate convention to bo held here on Mon day July 24 for the purpose of nomi nating a tick et for the county offices The precinct conventions will be held at the various voting places on Saturday July 22 to select the delegates to tho county convention The basis of representation will bn one delegate for every twentyfive votes or major fraction thereof east for Hoosevelt at the last general election The party was never In better shape never more harmonious and the ticket named will be a winning one Make Good at Lewisport Clover Dramatic Olubof Clover Lodge No 42 A 0 U W made good with their play A Noble Outcast at Lewisport Saturday night The play was well received by a very good house and was a financial success It was given for the benefit of Clover Lodge Those who took part in the play were Misses Grace Agnew Carrie Tucker and Josie Berry and Mensrs Jno Neubauer Edmund Wroe Wm Wilson and Geo Wendelken The play was successfully presented here for the first time on June 1 No furth er engagements have been made by the club Will Locate at Pine Bluff Byrne Severs will leave Thursday for Pino Bluff ArK where he will accept a position with D S Mills Company druggists He has resigned his position with H O Harley manufacturing pharmacist at Louisville for the positron at Pineiuf which is a more lucrative f He has been here liom Loam 1 j several days visiting his pareuts utlr and Mrs D H Severs Mr Severs has the well wishes of many friends here for success in nis new position Will Conduct Tent Meeting A Baptist tent meeting which will be conductedby Rev J T Lewis of Irvington will begin at Tuckers schoolhouse on the Cloverport and Stephensport road on Sunday July 2 This meeting tit as provided for at the last Fifth Sunday ministers meeting of the lireckenridge Associa tion of Baptists Performance Pleases Audience The performance givon here Monday evening on Swallow and Markles floating palace was by far the bet river show of the season and pleased the audience The orchestra was excep tionally good and tho chorus sonic fourteen in number was tho rcshow The audience was large despite the inclement weather Supper Was Complete Success The supper given by the Ladies Aid of Ekron Baptist church on last Saturday afternoon and night was a complete success Net proceeds 5076 They desire to extend thanks for the kind assistance given by frinds and highly appreciate the presence of a number of ministers of the gospel lias Good Position David Meyer was at home last week to visit his father and mother Mr and Mrs Mitch Meyer at Owensboro He has a good position with the Thacher Medicine Co of Chatta nooga His territory IB in North Carolina Hundreds of Farmers Are Going To Hardinsburg July 4 to attend W N Pate ORiloy Hook Cos barbecue and hear the address of lIon II B Sherman national organizer of tho Ameri can Society of Equity ModificationnIn the case of Green vs Hart appealed from the Breckenridge circuit court to the court of appeals and re versed recently by the higher court the appellant has petitioned for modi fication IT MAYBE TilE BEST EVER Breclcenridge County Teachers In stitute is Now in Session Hardinsburg Ky Juno 27Spe- cialThe Breckeuridge county teachers institute convened here Monday morningI at the court house An organization was effected with Joel H Pile us chairman and Miss Lena Mattingly as secretary An even hundred teachers were enrolled the best attendance ever had on the first day of an institute Then Prof Charles A Evans made a splendid Intro ductory address outlining the worn of tho week He conducted tho institute lust year and made a splendid impres sion on teachers and layman alike The session this week gives every promise of being the best ever heard No Fireworks on July f Fireworks will not bo allowed here July 1 The explosion of reworks within the city limits is prohibited at all times in City Ordinance No 83 in the new bookof ordinances The ordinance reads as follows- It shall be unlawful for any person or persons to explode or set fire to any firecrackers firo wheel skyrocket ronmncaudle or any fireworks of any kind or character on or in any street alley or other public place within the corporate limits of the City of Cloverport or at any other place within the corporate limits of said city Any person violating the provisions of this ordi nance or any part thereof shall be lined not less than one nor more than ten dollars for each offense OAsXonJA I Bthct You ZBought Bad Wreck at Vine Grove Louisville Ky June 20Tbree parsons were killed and fifteen injured in a rearend collision of a freight and a passenger train on the Illinois Central a quarter or a mile north of Vine Grove at 338 oclocn this afternoon Edmund Wroe attended the State Educational Associations annual meeting at Mammoth Cave last week CAPTI GRAHAMS GRATITUDE Suffered from Sores on Face and BackDoctors Took His Money But Did No GoodSkin Now Looks Clear as a Babys ANOTHER CURE BY CUTICURA REMEDIES Captain W S Graham 1321 Eoff St Wheeling WVu writing June 14 04 says 1 am so grateful want to thank God that n friend recommended Cuticura Soap and Ointment to me I suffered for a long time with sores on mv face and back Some doctors said I had blood poison and others that I had barbers itch None of them did me any good but they all took my money My friends tell me myskin now looks as clear as a babys and I tell them all that Cuticura Soap and Ointment did it STILL ANOTHER CURE Neck Covered With Sores Hair Fell Out Wild With Itching Mr H J Spalding of 104 W 104th St New York City says For two years my neck was covered with sores the disease spreading to my hair which fell out leaving an unsightly bald spot and the soreness inflam mation and merciless itching made me wild After a few applications of Cuticura the torment subsided the sores disappeared and my hair grew thick and healthy as ever AND STILL ANOTHER For over thirty years I suffered from painful ulcers and an eruption from my knees to my feet and could find neither doctors nor medicines to help me until I took Cuticura which cured me in six months signed M C Moss Gainesville Tex Cotlcnrt Sop Ointment end PUhare laid throughout the world rater Drug h Chem Corp Boiton Sole Prop MSend for How to Curt Ercry Humour b a rv Kyl xA r J t The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY June 2s 100- 5LANCASTERIIARDIN r Wedding at Owensboro Wednesday Was a Pretty Home Affair With Beautiful Decorations An exceptionally pretty home welding was that of Miss Mary Louise Lan aster aud Mr Cuua Thomas Hardin which was solemnized at 2 oclocU onI Wednesday afternoon at the home of the bride 17J4 West Main street Theii Rev E S Fitzgerald performed the I ermony in the presence of only a few of the intimate friends of the t tamales The house was y decorated with cut Mowers and palms the color scheme being green an white The wedding march was played by Miss Mary Wright Messrs R L Vldon and P U Lancaster were the urcoinsinen The bride is the daugh ter of Mr pad Mrs K M Lancaster she is a gifted musician and very popular Mr Hardin is the sou of Mr mind Mrs W H Hardin He stands high in social and business circles b ing connected with the Howard Printing t oompnny The young couple left on the afternoon train for Cincinnatit Kiagra Falls and Canada where the will spend several weeks on tho t ur Owensboro Messenger The groom is a nephew of Mrs F W BaEhainol this city and ot Gco W dolly of Owensboro Secretary Wilson in Error At a meeting of tho Dark Tobacco Growers Association at Clarksville Toun last week General Salesman C P Warfield stated that the association had shipped to the foreign marke t 1600 samples of that many hogshead of tobacco and that hA had recessed notice that the tcbacco was satisfactory and would be purchased at the farmers prices Reports from the county showed that only about fO per cent ot last years crop had been planted A sen sation was created by a report sent on by Secretary of Agriculture Wilson which stated that in the Clarksrill- ana Hopkinsville district the tobacco acreage had been increased 20 per cent The report was denounced as an error A committee was appointed to inform Mr Wilson of the true condition of Rfftlra here and farther to roqnett the Mine ol the author of the statement A Dud Scarce Some day you will get a bad scare when you feel a pain in your bowel and fear appendicitis Safety lies itii Dr Kings Ne N Life Pills a lure curt for all bowel aud stcmach diseases such at headache billionsnevs costive ness etc Guaranteed at Short Haynes drug store only 250 Try them Choose Goebel Statue Model The Goebel Monument CoiumiiKiou at a meeting at Frankfort last week accepted a mode for the Uoebel statu from plaster caste submitted by Scalp tor C B NieauuH ot ew York city The tlCaf t r was unable to be present because of IIllness ana Mrs Bitbaas displayed the three models which he Had executed to the coin mission The design selected is a lite size Hxure landing with the left nand resting uu a table aud the right arm extendl iilim t flull Ilength The pulp tor will 1ot1J at nre making the bronze ttt i j Miss Agnes Westley 616 Wells 5treetIMarlnettew15II I 810 Wells street- MAnINETTF I Wis Sort 2o 1903 I was all run down from nmousIness and overwork and Lad my position and take a rest I found that I was not gaining mI- strenRth and health as fast as I could wish and as your Wino of Cardui was recommended as suchI good medicine for ttu illof aIi sox I bought a bottle and using it I was satisfied with the firstbottlefound I was restored to good health andstrength and able to taka up my work with renewed vigor I- excellentfor l and am pleased to endorse it AGNES WESTLEY Bo7Korth Ulicoctln Hollaed Society Secure a SlOO bottle of Wine of ofThedfords WINE OF CARDUI v r Lydia E Pinkhams w0Vegetable Compound is a positive euro for all those painful entirelydplaints all Ovarian troubles Inilain nation and Ulceration Falling an Displacements of tho Womb and consequent Spinal Weakness and is pecu lady adapted to tho Grange of Lift Every time it will cure Backache It has cured more cases of Leucor infalliblerhcca than any other remedy the worl a in such cases It dissolves and expels Tumors from the Uterus in an early stage of development That Bearingdown Feeling- y causing pain weight and headache ii- lr instantly relieved and permanently cured by its use Under all circum stances it acts in harmony with the female system It correc- tsIrregularity Suppressed or Painful Menstruation I Weakness of the Stomach Indigestion I Bloating Flooding Nervous Prostra tion Headache General Debility Also Dizziness Faintness Extreme Lassitude dontcare andl want to be10ftalonetI feeling excit sleeplessnessblues and backache These areI sure Indications of Female Weakness some derangement of the Uterus For Kidney Complaints Vegetable You can write Mrs Pinkham about yourself in strictest confidence 11teWheat Owners Hold For SIOO Meade County Messenger Wheat harvest WAS in full blast iin this county last week and the thrash ers will soon be Hoard It is yet earl to give a reliable estimate of the crop but from reports it seems that it willI be about an average one The Equit- policy of holding for 100 wheat nan begun and it is said already buyers have been in the county offering eighty five cents a bushel It is said that they wre unable to buy any at this price Wherever there is mi Equity society we are informed they will hold for 100 or not sell The formers o Davitss county where the Society iis very strong have decided to hold their wheat also for 100 a bushel A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES Itching mind nieedlns or Protruding Pries DrucfTlots refund money It PA7O OINTMENT full to cure uny nritter-tjf how lour standing In it ti cltufno Irst youreI l uwlS will tx forwarded puatimtd by Purls Medi cine Co Pt Louis Mo C apt Rowland Improving Property One ot the neatest li ttle homes in the West End is going to be that of Mr And Mrs J H Rowland when all 1the improvements now underway have been completed A quaint porch has been added to the north side and H- cozy little bay window on the south side just where the dining room is A bath room with all the modern equipment is being completed on the second ticor and much interior work on the house has been done in the way of hardwood floors Jim and Joe or 40 Years Ago You dont know Jim A jolly gooa fellow Most always out St Lonis drummer on the Texas route You should know him Jim was my partner Oh long long ago I Way back in old Kentucky dont you know- I bank on Jim la business No Just boys partners on our daddys old place My little brother with his chubby face Teeth white as snow And cheeks as red as rosos A freck led skin Spread over his face from tis brow to his chinA head like tow What town you say 1 bhephordsville near the flats and Trontmans mill On the Salt River bank House on a hill todaylgrass farm was mighty poor But the rope wall kept the wolf from the door = iratty fair hay Vary hard work No Plenty of niggers in 54 Daddy owned niggers and wo frolick ed more Than wo would work You see twas easy times tor Jim and me From the year 54 till 08 But we didnt shirk Lived just for fun Lifo was like a sweet dream for Jim and Joe In those days so long ago Life just begun But the tide soon turned for ns light hearted lads Stirring times came at that old farm of dads Frolic was done Followed the flag One summers morn odr the clovor and corn We caught the shrill of John Morgans horn How could we lag We rode Brown Bess and Her black sister Sue- Thoroughbreds by Vandal out of True Blue bragaJoined in the fray Jim and I rode out in gray and thats why Jims on the road while I sit and sigh prayathe hours Lulled by the breezes and sniffing the flowersThe livelong days How is that sot Twas at Green River tne war naarly through A hot little fight with boys in blue An awtul blow Well I dont know what happened that night- Something struck me and well put out my light And Im Blind Joe Stay long Oh no neverEworK Jim mikes up for both He slaves like a Turk Exactly so And when he comes in he sits close to me We smoke and we talk None happy as we Jim stands by Joe Chas P Curd Ph D in Mobile RegisterSprained Ankle Stiff Neck Lame Shoulder These are three common ailments for which Chamberlains Pain Balm is es applieya save you timenioney jug when troubled with any one of these HaynesyEARTHQUAKES IN ENGLAND They Tfnve Ilvcii Soled From th Time of hit HIIIIIIIIIH Earthquakes of varying severity have been folt in England from the times of the Homans down to the twou Iugfearthquakes is said to have over thrown a Roman temple to Apollo iin London Another happened In 1100 when In the language of an old his orlan strange It was for the strong trembling of the earth but more strange for the doleful and hideous roaring which It yielded forth Thir ttythree years later several shocks wore felt during one of which It Is asserted llnmes issued from rents In the earth and burned much tlmbir I III the Easter week of 115 another earth tremor put In an appearance and seems to have been more demonstra tive than Its predecessors for a writer says that Its like had not been heard of in England since tho beginning of the world for stones that lay couched fast In the earth were removed and the great church of Lincoln rent from the top downward Panic followed the earthquake of April 0 15SO a tiny remarkable for Its heat Nothing untoward took place until 0 oclock at night when a vie lent trembling of the earth made Itself felt in London lasting about the tenth of a second and was accompanied by loud rumblings in the bowels of theIearth Close upon Its heels came an other shock which set the great clock bell at Westminster clanging and many other churches gave out violent peals The public took fright and rushed Into the streets while playgoers hastily loft their seats with the result that many of them wore trampled to death A writer on the subject says The scenic was terrible The clanging of the bells the subterranean noises and the noise of falling houses the shrinks and lam entations of the people mingled with the cries of those who thought the last day hind come was enough to fill the stoutest hearts with fear The shock was also experienced lii various parts of tho country The impression took shape that this earthquake had occur red because heaven had lost patience with the people a belief which led Queen Elizabeth to institute a form of prayer for household use In order to remove the bane supposed to be hov eying over Great Britain In January and the early part of February 1750 the heat was Intense so much so that the superstitious went about declaring that something out of the ordinary would surely soon hap pen Their forecasts came true for on Feb S London experienced slight earth quake shocks but more severe shocks were felt exactly a month later These latter are said to have been the worst disturbances In modern times in Eng land The shocks wore preceded by lightning then a roaring sound was heard houses reeled and many fell and some little damage was done to ancient buildings These vibrations took place In the night and many people were thrown from their beds I MRS K PLOCK REMARKABLE OLD LADY One of the most remarkable old ladi KatherinetPlock She was born on the 7th of December 1822 at FranKfort on tho Main Germany She was married in the city of Lincoln England in 1344 and came to this country fifty years agoBefore marriage her name was Katherine Laerier Liter She learned knitting as a trade in school in Germany In the last twenty five years sho lifts knitted 114 oed spreads four of silk the rest of tidy cotton 109 mens jacketse150 prs gloves mostly silk 7 ladies hoods 15 shawls 12 breakfast shawls 108 pre socks 4 silK stockings 12 mens suspenders I Teachers Meet at Mammoth Cave Mammoth Cave Ky June 21The annual meeting of the Kentucky Edu catlonal association was begun here I this morning with the largest attend G ladies slipper 3 mens drawers 3 undershirts C infants Sluts 0 mens caps besides countless numbers of Tidies pillow shams and hundreds of yds of lace She has also spun eightyfive lbs of wool just as it was cut off the sheeps back drawing it out like spinning flax her wheel being a very tiny concern brought over from the old country Now at the age of eightythreeshe can walk five or even ten miles In a day if necessary sit down at night and knit a sock before retiring She is a devout Christian and says she is ready at any time to lay down her Knitting and answer to the last roll call here She lives most of her time with her two sons Philip and Henry Plock near Stephensport Ky A Friend orgaUlzationFully sent M 0 Winfrey of Middlesboro followedI at A S E MAN TO A high worker in the of who is with the to bacco in state an t Naming nn Orchid The new orchid which recently won the Royal Agricultural societys order of merit for Lord Is named the Brassocattleyadigbyano scrode rae says the London News No wonder Its feelings must be even more poignant were those of the of whom it has been sung Thero once was an Who lived when tho was alt porous But he fainted With shame When ho first heard his name And he died several ages before us Another Tunnel For Switzerland The next great tunnel to be dug In will probably bo through the It will connect Bern and Thun with the Valals A plan has already been submitted to the govern ment ninnUct roller Pausing before n desk lu the big insurance ofllce the Hibernian visitor said to the clerk 01 want toj tek out a powlcrILife tire or marine drawled the dapper clerk with infinite sarcasm All three Oim thlnklu retorted the applicant Oim goln1 for a stoker In th nayPuclc Permanent Idenld To live in the presence of great truths and eternal laws to be led by ideals that Is what keeps it man patient when the world ignores him and calm and unspoiled when the world praises him Balzac A Surprise In Store Sweet InnocencePapa says that you cant afford to marry Guileful YouthOh how absurd Why it onlyc costs a few dollars Sweet Innocence Is that so How foolish papa Isl Ill tell him Little Ilrnlni BIggsTo think that a man sliouU jut an enemy in his mouth to steal away his brains Grlggs Yes and think what a hunt it must be for tho enemy sometimes thy bent and io thine own has reached the shore Hindoo reverb O j9u ST O RX AB- eirs theThe Kind You Nara Always Bought Signature Aiflof I BIGGEST DAY in the year Ion BreckevaiJge county people will be Barbecue day Hardinsbtirg July 4 More fun more pleasure more real oldtime enjoyment will be had on that day than any oth er day in the year Why f Because more money is being spent more preparations are being mademore amusements are being arranged for than have ever been before It will be great 1 ar ecue u y iL OF SPEAK American Society Equity acquainted situation the andcounty will deliver address Tankervlllo tankervhic than prehistoric pachyderm Ichthyosaurus earth Switzerland Wlldstrabel uncertainly permanent Help DANCING FLOORMUSIC A large and splendid dancing floor will be on the grounds and a tine string band has been engaged to make music especially for the dancers TELL CITY BRASSi BAND 16PIECES16 r The best band that will come to the county this year At great expense we have secured this splendid corps of musicians to make music throughout the entire day A concert free will be given in Cloverport on the afternoon before the picnic by this band I 50 YARD DASHiii First Prize= 2 Second= l Third50findJJ We have a fast trash and competent judges Anybody can enter Boys train up win one of the prizes This and tho sack race will be made two of the most interesting and 1 exciting events of the d- ayBARBECUE DINNER 25 CENTS 1 PROPRIETORS k John ORiley Hardinsburg Huse Alexander Mook Jubal Hook Hardinsburg W N Pate Mattingly 1 to rya I r + The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY June 28 1003 t1 Minister Bowen Disgraced Secretary Loomis Acquitted Washington June 20The dismissal of Herbert W Bowen for some years United States minister to Venezuela and the exoneration of Assistant Sec retary of State Francis R Loomis of the allegations brought against him by Mr Bowen are the outcome of the BowenLoomis controversy which has attracted wide attention for many months past This disposition of thA case is made by President Roosevelt in a letter nddresed to Secretary Taft made puolio tonight approving Mr Tafts report on his findings and con I i elusions in the case fs The president scathingly arraigns Minister Bowen declaring that his conduct is especially reprehensible that Mr Bowen asked one of his wit nesses to enter the employ of a certain company for the purpose in plain words of stealing documents which he hoped might incriminate Mr uoomis and that Mr Bowen has evidently for many months indeed for the last two yearsdevoted his time to hunting up scandal and gossip un til it became a momonania and creased him to show complete disloyalty to the country he represented The president says he had hoped tc promote Mr Bowon as during much of his service ho had done good work but that hislusefulnees in the depart ment is now at an end The president says he would direct thakSIr Bowens resignation be re- questedr but for the fact that he would consider a resignation an admis sion of misconduct and his dismissal is ordered The president states that it appears Mr Bowen while minister secured the publication of attacks on Mr Loomis and furnished to the press documents pending before the state department for approval and that his explanation is inexcusable ana shows his entire unfitness for the service Even if Mr Loomis had been guilty i ays the president Mr Bowens con duct would be unpardonable Tne later quoted certain correspondence and testimony The report of Seore tary Taft on the case on which the presidents action is based is a voluminous document reviewing the evidence taken Dying of Famine is in its torments like dying ol consumption The progress of consump ifon from the beginning to the very end is a long torture both to victim and friends When I had consumption in its first stage writes Win Myers of Cearfo s Md after Vying different medicines and a good doctor in vain I at last took Dr Kings New Discovery which quickly and perfectly cured me Prompt relief anal sure cure for coughs colds sore throat bronchitis etc Positively prevents pneumonia Guaranteed at Short Haynesdrug store price 30c and 100 a bottle Trial bottle free Roosevelt Peacemaker The Commoner Blessed are the peacemakers and all Americans should rejoice that it was an American president woo pro posed peace to Russia and Japan It is sad to thInK that anv international dispute can reach a point where blood shed is demanded by either side but it is gratifying tint reason has at last been restored its temporary dethrone ment was followed by an awful sacri ficePresident Roosevelt deserves credit for seizing upon an early moment to tender the good offices of the nation and it is fortunate that our countrys attitude toward both of the belliger ents is so friendly as to make it pro per for us to take the initiative It is to be hoped that the negotiations will be conducted in such a spirit of fairness as to make the peace a per manent one In the meantime the people of Russia are likely to find the time ripe for securing of governmental reforms and if the czars embarrass ment results in the granting of con stitutional gcvernment the nation will gain rather than lose by Japans victory whatever the terms agreed upon by the peace commissioners Eleven Persons Killed on Lake Shore Flyer Mentor 0 June 21Running at therate of fifty or sixty miles an hour the Twentieth Century Limited on the Lake Shore railroad dashed into an open switch at the passenger statIon here shortly before 10 oclock tonight Eleven persons were killed and eight injured The combination baggege and smoking buffet oar and the coach behind it caught fire and were destroy edThe train was east bound leaving Cleveland about 0 oclock and as it does not stop here it was running at great speed The engineer diet not notice the open switch until the train struck It The engine left the rails and plowed into the ground tearing t 4yYlrlJ YrP dV 4 up the track for yards The two coaches following it jammed into it with great force ana worn crushed the fire from the engines setting them ablaze Fortunately most of the oc cupants of these two coaches were rescued before the tire reached them Among the killed is the engineer the other deal being the passengers who were in the smoking car The fireman was so badly hurt that he will die and among tne injured is a Mr Wellman of Cleveland and Attorney Bennett of New York Cuban Diarrhoea- U S soldiers who served in Cuba during the Spanish war know what this disease is and that ordinaJy remedies have little mote effect than so much water Cuban diarrhoea is almost as severe and dangerous a a mild attack ofcholera There is one remedy how everthat can always be depended upon as will be seen by the following certifi cate from MrsMinnie Jacobs of Huston Texas I hereby certify that Chamber lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy cured my husband of a severe attack of Cuban diarrhoea which he brought home from Cuba We had several doctors but they did him no good One bottle of this remedy cured him as our neighbors will testify I thank God for so valuable a medicine For sale by Short tto Haynes Eli Walker Fined S5 And Costs Judge Wills rared back in his justcie chair Friday morning and halloed out Bring him in Marshal DeHaven turned the latch and tne big iron door fiys open and Eli Walker charged with disturbing tne peace of Africa walks out and takes a seat The witnesses were called np and sworn in Each of them was particularly innocent of having done anything but Judge Wills coaxed them on a little and a whole volume of stuff came forth One of the star witnesses said Now sir Judge I netier seen nothen tall Is laying there on the ground oy the church heard a nigger say Hes dead and jistfcreatI heard a brick hit some thing but now Rir Judge I aint seen nothing tall Dont ax me no more things All the witnesses were heard and Judge Wills said 5 and costs for disturbing peace It seems that Eh wasnt doing anything but having a fight with his wite which was the out come of a heated religious discussion VNo Secret About it It is no secret that for Cuts Burns Ulcers Fever Sores Sore Eyes Boils etc nothing is so effective as Buck lens Arnica Salve It didnt take long to cure a bud sore I had and it is all O K for sore eyes writes D L Gregory of Hope Tex 2ic at Shortt Haynea Irug store- Gedlogical Field Work During the summer of 1005 members of the geologic topographic and hydrograpnio corns of the United States Geological Survey will be at work in 44 States and 5 Territories Mr 0 W Hayes will have general supervision of field and office work of the division of geology and paleontol ogy but the investigations in paleon tology and stratigraphy will be specially supervised by Mr T W Stanton those In petrology by Mr Whitman Cross those of metalliferous ore depos its by Mr S F Emmons those in physiographic and glacial geology bi Mr G K Gilbert those of pre Cani Dram and metamorphic by Mr U R Van Rise The work to be done in Kentucky is as follows Detailed areal and econcmio surveys will be made in the Kenova quadran gle by Messrs G H Ashley and W CPhalen under the supervision ofMc M R Campbell Investigation of paleobotany and stratigraphy will be made in this same area by Mr David White The geology underground waters and mineral resources of the Mississippi embayment in Kentucky will be investigated by Messrs EvRell and Crider The Louisville Prospect Riverview Georgetown and Morganfield quadrangles will be mapped under the sup ervision of Mr 0 E Cooke assisted bv Messrs J S B Daing rfield and Ii S Smith in cooperation with the State of Kentucky- Hydroeconomic investigations will be conducted by Mr S J Lewis and streams will be measured by Messrs Hanna and Clapp Few Empty Dwelling Houses K L Neweom rents something lire thirty houses in town and has but two of them unoccupied The James Goff property in the West End in charge of Frank Fraize is not occu pied but with the exception of these three nearly every residence in town is taken H A Oelze wants renters for two ot his business houses but all others are occupied Card of Thanks To our friends of Irvington for their kind deeds and words during the hours of anxiety incident upon the sickness and death of our oaby boy we return our heartfelt thanks r Mr and Mrs Thomas Blythe I Tobacco Season Closed Friday The American Tobacco Company closed their season here Friday and will receive no more tobacco until next fall All the crops bought by this company have been delivered with the exception of a few small ones J D Brashear tha manager went to Louisville Saturday to spend the summer with his family This is the closo of his twelfth year here as buyer R O Willis who is Mr Bra shears chief assistant has gone to Jefferson county to accent a position as timekeeper for the Henderson Route at the extension from West Point to Louisville Phelon iM Cnapin will probably re ceive tooacco at the Pace factory for a week or more yet Mart ied at Seattle Wash News has been received here of the marriage of Miss Leona Hawkins formerly of near this city to C R Denend of Seattle Wash at the residence of Mr and Mrs VA Tin iias formerly of this county at Seattle A friend of the contracting parties sends the News the following account of the wedding At the residence of W A TInius 411 Twentyninth avenue North C H Denend and Miss Leona Hawkins were united in marriage at 3 oclock Juno 14 in the presence of relatives RevT P Revello performed a beauti ful and impressive ceremony Leona Hank ns was one of Breckenridge countys iris and left her native home last Oitoler in company with her brother and and his family to make Seattle their home C R Denend has been a resident of Seatlte about ten years His former home was In Kansas Mr Deneid is a very ex emplary Christian gentleman and has had a positionwith thelSeattle Electric Co for quite a number of years Ohio River to be surveyed Captain Barry Burgess in charge of the Louisville office of United States engineers had beeu appointed recording and disbursing officer of the board of United States en ineers which will waKe the survey of the Ohio river preparatory to a ninefoot stage and 5000 has been placed to his credit bv the war department a sum sufficient for the purpose of surveying the Ohio from the mouth of the Big Miami river to Cairo Miss Babba e Gives House Party Miss A Louise Babbage gave a house party to Miss Louise Keisker Messrs John Hull Midland Barnwell and Clinton Quin all of Louisville from Friday until Sunday Miss Margaret Moorman entertained them at luncheon on Saturday and Miss Ray Heyser entertained them informally on the same day Mr Orvillo Skill man had them with him on his yacht Mnigarette on Sunday afternoon 11I Aint Going to no Pincheco A sawmill man from the Pinches neighborhood was In town Friday trying to hire sumo negroes to iro this region and work for his company The sawmill man offered them good wages and plenty to eat with n place to sleep out it seems that Pincheco has a deadly charm tor a Clover port negro The fellow was very desirous- of securing the service of George Bates and offered him the most liberal termsbut George said Now man I aint going to no Pincheco Em people wont let no nigger stay dare George says that he is happy All the time without wort and that nothing worries himILongest Day of Year Last Wednesday was the longest day of the year the sun having reaches its summer solstice It rose about 420 oclock and set about 709 oclock The shortening of Thursday and Friday was slight but day after day It will be more and more notice able until December 21 the winter solstice when the day is shortest The SeventeenYear Locust Mr R K Creager of near Smiths Mill who is good authority on the history of the seventeenyear locusts informs The Mirror that these pes tiferous insects will not make their advent this year although the ento mologists have predicted them ror 1905 He gives the locust years here tofora as follows 1810 1838 18551872 and 1880 and consequently tney will not appear anti 1900 His experience is that tno locustsare gradually degenerating and that the number next year will be small and the injury which they will do will hardly be per ceptible Elizabethtown I1rrJri M V Monarchs Mind Unsound- An ailidavit was filed in the courts at Owensboro last week to the pflVct that M V Monaroji the widely Known whiskey man is of unsound mind I Henry Wattersons Letters from EuropeWill Be A Leading Feature of Th- eCourierJournal During 1905ITHERE WILL BE MANY OTHER ATTRACTIVE DEPARTMENTS ALL GOING TO MAKE A COM PLETE NEWSPAPER Mail Rates Daily CourierJournal 1 year 6 Dally and Sunday 1 year8Weekly I year I COURIERJOURNAL COMPANY LOUISVILLE KY By a Special Arrangement you can get the- BRECKENRIDGE NEWS and the WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL both one year for only 150 This is for cash subscriptions only All subscriptions under this combination offer must be sent through the BRECKENRIDGE NEWS OFFICE Cloverport Ky n THE 203 CENTURY I HAIR TONIC OF IS THE THEMIRACLEIIII This wonderful preparation is not a DYE but Is a hair and scalp 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GEOII lEE G P A Ili I McGUIRE D P A little Ark Cincinnati 0- V u srr FROM HKIU Ill ia I TWINThe Meteor through to Fort Worth leaves St Louis 250 pt daily TRAINSTht Texas Limited through to Dallas Houston Galveston and San Antonia ToleavesSt Louis 821 p m daily Cars TEXAS Fred Harvey Meals For furt her intommtion write 1 ell rer AjriMit Frisco III Svtem Sr Louis Mo x ASHEVILL2 N Ca Center of the Beautiful Land ofthe Sky- A superb elevated plateau the lowest point of which U two thousand feet above the level of the sea situated in the most favorable por tion of the temperate zone I The official records of the climate of Western North Carolina which arc unimpeachable evidence give the fol lowing averages Spring 5349 degrees F Summer 7072 degrees F Autumn 534S degrees F Winter 3SS7 degrees F With n mean for the whole year of 6415 degrees F and a relative humidity of but Co per cent A Natural Paradise where all human ills find quicd relsef Reached only by theSouthern RailwayF- or Land of the Sky bookletSum- mer Resort folder etc Send twocent stamp to C H HUNGERFORDDist LOUISVILLE KY GEO B ALLEN Asst Pass Agt ST LOUIS MO V G BABBAGE AttorneyatLawPUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR Many years experience m set- tlIng estates All collections onable Kentucky Subscribe for the NEWS dose one one pill bedtime Sugarcoated mild They constipation LaAelladili DYE 1Itint BMGCUTS KISIIDI a c nrJX Kmtoch panting ocnwatnCOMPANY Stone Francisco California that Rock Observation rs11C1alti 1 Government mean Gen reas Cloverport OW SETTLERS RATES TO POINTS IN THE WEST AND SOUTHWEST ViaCotton Belt Route On first and third Tuesdays ot ench month round trip tickets will be old to points in Arkan sas Lonsisiaim Texas and other Western territory at rate of one fare plus 2 Stopovers allowed on the going trip 21 days in which to return Cotton Belt Route trains leaye Memphis morning and evening i making connection with all lines and carry sleepers chair cars and parlor cafe cars Write in for literature describing the country for maps time table and information about rates etc LO5CHAEFERTPAC- otton Belt Route Cincinnati 0 TELEPHONESAND SWITCHBOARDSALSO Large Stock of Elec trio Light Street Railway and Tele phone Supplies Con stantly on hand SEND FOR CATALOGUE JAS CLARK Jr CO 313 W Main St LOUISVILLE KY 4I 7 I J iJ r THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D and V G BABBAGE Editors and Proprietors T Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year or 125 if paid at the end of year CARDS OF THANKS over five lines char ofr10 cents per lino OBITUARIEScharged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money in advance Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct please notify us When orderinga e- tt their old as well as the new addr- essEIGHT f PAGES WEDNESDAY JUNE 28 1905 THOUGHTS- I wish to see in the average American citizen the development r of the two sets of qualities which we can roughly indicate as sweet i ness andstrengththe qualities on the one hand which will make the man able to hold his own and those which on the other hand make him jealous of the rights of others just as much as for his own rights Theodore Roosevelt IF you want to feell twenty years younger and get in touch with youth just give a house party NEXT Tuesday is the Fourth of JulyBut it is needless for us to remind you of that fact Nobe Pate has already done that His barbecue at Hardinsburg on that day will be the greatest on earth I I Nobe believes in advertising and we see where he is right t tDu J W GAKOINEKI of Madisonvillei is visiting his mother at Hardinsburg this week Dr Gardiner says the people of his town andcommunity are very enthusiastic over the prospect for a railroad from their town to Cloverport He says they think it is a surego and that work will saysr1 is back of it L IT is understood that the Republican committee at their meeting Monday indorsed or recommended the following men for the various county offices For representative Hon John P Haswell Jr for county judge Morris Eskridge for county court clerk Hon H M i Jolly for sheriff Sherman Bull for county attorney Allen H KinchII sloe for jailor W J Mall for superintendent public schools Andrew I Driskell In this list there is onlone candidatebMr Hall of Rockvale If the convention ratitifies the action of the I committee then it is up to the men as to whether they willaccept 1 The thebvoters among the rank and file of the Republican party in the county have any good reasons why this ticket suggested by the committee should not be named let them speak out now or forever hold their peace If there are any other men in the county more competent better qualified or in anyway better suited for any of the offices ittt is your duty as a good citizen and a Republican to speak out The Democrats have named their ticket You know the men you know what character of men they are and you know whether as Republi cans you can vote for them The Republican party in this county holds the balance of power It is with them as to who will serve us the next four years If men are nominated satisfactory to the whole party they can be elected Any Republican who has a suggestion to I make on the action of the committee should speak out now We dont suppose any of the men named by the committee are running after the nomination They know there is a hard fight ahead They know what kindof a fight they have to make and they are not breaking their necks to get into it They would like to know wo presume before they go in whether they will have the united support of their t party and it is due them that they should Our columns are open forJ any Stwcstionst= t THE HOME 1JD THE SCIIOOLtTUB SCHOOL should be an extension of the home The same spirit should control both Both should be conducted with an eye v single to the permanent wellbeing of the children committed to their 1 caro and that is of course almost solely a matter of character in itst broadest sense Character comprehends very broadly body mind and spirit The old narrow convention view of the subject no long er prevails It need hardly be said that the problem is essentially the same too whether the school he public private or parochial and remains the same through primary and secondary education j the t student succeeding tl0 the parent in the latter stages of training with himself na his clmige i The nnllonal Dally Review is strongly of the opinion that the home should earnestly and constantly uphold the school The parents i should loyally support the school authorities directors superintendents J principals and teachers The child at home should hear nothing but praise of the teacher His administration should not be criticis ed but should be praised for whatever good points it may possess ii The excellence of the school and the value of its opportunities can t not be spoken of too often The home in which tho school and theII teacher are always popular is very fortunate indeed Enthusiasm for and about the school helps both the school and the home Not less than once each term the parents one or better both should visit the school and get in touch with its work The visit should be made quietly and unobtrusively so as to be a help and not a hindrance to the teachers work and the pupils progress The teacher should be given a word of appreciation and encouragement Out of school hours there should be frank and friendly conferences abetweenparent and teacher This brings the home and the school into h vital and friendly relations lpermanKn eat interests of t your children and in no direction can you accomplish more for them or with less effect than by cooperating with their teachers Daily Review Chicago Dollar Wheat in Hancock HawosvilleKy June 24The farmers of this county holda M great meeting in Hawcsville to dayn of a price on mattera1 discussed It waa agreed to hold for 1 a bushel and to put none of the new crop in the mills A great dealof tobacco has been pooled here this week ninny =of the farmers going into the pool RCIIIIFIfYCATARRH1 IVI I Is sure to GIV- ESatisfaction Elys Cream Balm GMV Relief at Once It cleanses soothes and heals the dts east YoU1 cures Catarrh and HAY FEVERdrives away a Cold In In the Head quickly It Is absorbed Heals and Protects the Membrane Restores the Senses of Taste and Smell Full size 50c ut drueplsts or by mails Trial Size lOc by mall ELY BROTHERS II Warren Street NY ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR WF are authorized to announce W1ilnil ofRockrale for the ofllce of Jailer of Breckenrldge county subject to the action of the Republican party who had previously held out for various reasons MATTINGLY Rom June 21 to the wife of Thos Garrett a boy Charles Franklin Walter Taul of Beechfork was the guest of Miss Ida Walls last Sunday Miss Mayme Hawkins of Cloverport was visiting here several days last weekGeorge Taul of Hardinsburg visited his parents Mr aid Mrs W B Taul last Sunday Rev G Richards filled his appoint ments at Pisgah church last Saturday and Sunday Rev Jackson of Cloverport will preach here next Sunday July 2 at 4 oclock in the evening Rev George Jones of Pellville preached here last Saturday night and was the guest of Mr and Mrs James PerkinsW Pate passed through town one day last week en route to Tell City where he has engaged the noted Tell City band to make music for his big picnic at Hardinsburg July 4 Poland in Revolt Lodz Russian Poland Jnne i6 The Governor General has proclaimed a state of siege at Lodz The victims ot last weeks outbreak total over 1200 Thus far the bodies of 343 Jewa and 218 Christians have been buried The wounded number over 700- Some eemblance ot order has been restored and the workmen are grad ually returning to the factories FOUND Odd Notice in Prominent Southern Paper of Interest to Cloverport Residents One of the best known newspapers in the South is the Guide of Dunn N C Its publisher J P Pitman sends us the clipping with request to pub lishFoundby the editor of the Guide bottle of Hyoniei the wonderful treatment that cures catarrhwithout stomach dosing We can speak in highest praise of its remarkable power to cure and relieve catarrh of the head aud throat This mention is made not as an advertisement but in the interest of those who suffer the torture of that terrible disease ca tarrh In sending the clipping Mr Pitman wrote the following letter- I enclose a little piece from my paperissued tQday You will see from his that I desire to push the selling of Hyoniei as far as possible I am using it in my own fami1and find that it gives the desired relief so that I take pleasure in spreading far and near the knowledge of this sure relief for ca tarrh II- Short Haynes in preparation for the catarrhal troubles of this season of the year have ordered a large stock of Hyomei and sell it under guarantee to refund the money if it does not relieve The complete outfit costs but 1 and extra bottles can be obtained for 50 cents Ask them to show you the strong guarantee under which they sell it This remarkable remedy medicates the air you breathe soothing and healing the mucous membrane of the air passages and making a complete cure of the worst case of catarr- hHARDINSBURG Born to the wife of C V Robertson June 21 a girl John D Pullen of Hudson was in town Monday on a busi ness trip- Estill E Sutton of Louisville is spending this week here with his family Col E L Robertsonof Glen deane was in town Sunday visit ing friends Clint Butler of Constantine was in tho city Monday on a business trip sirs V G Babbago returned yesterday to Cloverport after a visit to Miss Tula Daniel Miss Mary Boll Basham of Union Star is tho guest of Mr and firs Gus Shellman Mrs S A Pate and children of West Point are visiting her mother Mrs Margaret May Mrs Annie Bishop of Louis ville is visiting Mr and Mrs Lee Bishop and other relatives Tho Eskridgo family will hold their annual reunion on July 4 with Mr and Mrs John P HaswellAjers Do you like your thin rough short hair Of course you dont Do you like thick heavy smooth hair Of course you do Then why Hair Vigor not be pleased Ayers Hair Vigor makes beautiful heads of hair thats the whole story Sold for 60 years longtimerestoring health to the hair and scalp and at the lame time proving a splendid dreitlne- Dlt J W TATCM Madlll Imf T 5100 a bottle j o AVER co AJMrnBBlm forlowlI faji Weak Hair Tho Rev Everett English filled his regular appointments at the Baptist church Sunday Mr and Mrs Jesse R Esk ridge of Owensboro arc the guests of Mr and Mrs Morris EskridgeThomas W Bowmoi of Louis vile was in town Sunday visit ing his mother Mrs R H Bowmer Mrs Lula M DeMont neo Ashcraft of Louisville has been spending a few days with Mrs Eliza Witt Mrs A II Ballenbach of Indianapolis Incl returned home Monday after a visit to Mr and Mrs Leo Bishop State Bank of Ky Owensboro Ky Wants time deposits and will pay interest on same Board of directors is com posed of eleven of the saf est and most influential men in the county Write for Particulars Thomas J Moore spent SundaYjj at Glendeano the guest of I friendsMisses Allione Murray and J I Emma Lou Morrman of Glon tI deano were the guests of Mr ln- nd Mrs Norris H Beard last week rCASt S1iII- I i I FOR EVERY DAY mII- M mttm tt 116 12 pounds Best Granulated rISugarI 1 m i Pickled Pork per pound I 8 12 CENTS f i K- NewiB Potatoes per peck W f t 20 CENTS i fl rrT 50 pounds Gold Dust or Blue mbon135 Flour Ribmm j Pure Country Sorghum per gallon ft 1t 40 CENTS Im v r Late Seed Potatoes per bushel i 50 CENTS r Per bag of 2 12 bushel i 120 j1 mmTry m imSoapim M CENTSBROS i I GrocersIj Cloverport Kentucky m Yf Red Mens Pow= wow I July 419O5KY l lI I At Fraternal Parka Depot 00 i Remember that the proceeds of this powwow will go to help se ycu- re the Red Mens Widows and Orphans Home for Hardinsff burg Come and help us in the good cause I r There will be a grand parade at eight oclock Wait and see the I Indians in war paint and full costume DINNER 25cHp H Merry I r 0ulP I I Round iH We have secured a merrygoround for the occasion so come and spend a pleasant day with us You may win a prize The Hardin burg Military Band Will Furnish Music H H PowwowCom1AW1AI To Cure a Cold in One Day In Cures Two Crip Days Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets A f vA on every 25cSeven I i tcs+ + j 1 A HAPPYt iht HOMEIs f where health abounds cannotlWith a disordered LIVER there cannot be good blood Tutts Pills revivify the torpid LIVER and restore its natural action i punie blood 1 Pure blood means health Health means happiness Take no Substitute All Druggists oi y r The Breckenridge News 1f V WEDNESDAY June 28 1005 Hp Mw M M MMt 1tCt Nohe Pates big barbecue July 4 4 Hardlnebnrg better than ever ll t Chas Wittiner of Cannelton was I hero last Wednesday Every attraction at the big barbecue k at Hardinsbnrg July 4 2 Mrs H C Pate and son Raymond f Pate visited at Ekron Sunday Every attraction at Nobe Pates barbecue July 4 Hardinsbnrg Mr and Mrs N G Barbee ofI Union Star were in town Saturday Miss Mannie White left Sunday for v a visit to relatives In Memphis Tenn Alftod and Ed Miller left last Wed nesday for Hnthinson Kansas toe xresicfe All surrounding towns invited to attend WIttmers celebration at Can ineltonJuly4i the big celebration atI Wittmers Garden on the Fourth ofI July at Cannelton i Miss Madison Bell arrived from I H Louisville Thursday for a visit to i Miss Marian Bowmer I Mr and Mrs D W Fairlelgh of 5 Louisville were the guests of Mrs J D Babbage Sunday Mrs Margaret B Conway came i down from Louisville Wednesday for a visit to the Fisher Homestead Jesse Belle and Chas OConnell came down from Louisville yesterday to visit their nnnle Jno OConnell Mrs 0 T McClanahan and little I daughter went to Hardin Grove Ind j Wednesday to visit the Misses Wheel er Mrs Clyde Morrison returned Sat nrday to LoniHville after a three weeks visit to Mr and Mrs J Mor rison Mrs J Wood and daughter Miss j Etola and Mr and Mrs C G Natjz of Owensboro have been at the TarC SpringsMiss Rosie Peters of Pittsburg i who visited MrsJno Wei sen berg last summer is visiting Mrs Jacob Hanks at HoltcMrs Chas B Skillman and little daughter Elizabeth are visiting her J parents Mr and Mrs Thos YoungII at Morganfleld I r James L Patterson left last Wednesday for his home at Alton Kan after a visit of several months here to t friends and relatives 1 Mr and Mrs Joseph Corney ot Louisville were the guests of her I parents Mr and Mrs R H McUav i ock near town Sunday Miss Huey Ballman of near town attended the annual meeting of the v State Educational Association ut tMammoth Lave last week V Morris and Franklin Klnuheloe Arthur Beard and Jas Walker of Hardinsbnrg were the guests of Poindexter Galloway Sunday Mesdames Wm Hoffins and Tillman I Panley went to fcvansvllie last Wed j nesday to Attend the wooden wedding Cotthe formers sister Mrs Ed Mc v Ginnls Mr and Mrs A G Wright and daughter Beulah of Lyonia and Rev T U Keer of Hodgenville were the guests of Mr and Mrs A N Simons Sunday Mrs Jesse Weatherholt and child ren Eva and Morris and Mrs Chas I spentIparents Mr Sites Harrington L Mrs Mollie Hambleton and grand daughter Miss Jeffle Htmbleton of Henderson who were the guests of I relatives here left Wednesday for a visit to Mrs J D Bates at Ha ves ville M I Hump Back C SCOTTS EMULSION wont make a back straight neither will It IIhump leg diseased long but bone It feeds and soft Is makeIIthe few genuine means of recovery Incrickets and Send bone consumptionm SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409415 Pearl Street New York Soc and Ezoo aU druggists p CHENAULT John Allen Besley is on the sick list tJno Warren who has been on the sick list is improving Lawrence Hickerson attendedI the moonlight picnic at Union Star Saturday Otto Kaufman and Ernes- Stallman passed through town Sunday enrouto to Derby Miss Lucile Cunningham who has been visiting in Louisville returned home last week Miss Nellie Lee Gilliland who has been visiting friends and relatives at Wolf Creek returned home Sunday Miss Normal Butcher of Rock port is in our town giving music lessons Miss Normal has al largo class and is liked by allII who know her J F Jarlioo went to Hardins burg Monday on business Master Gerald Jarboe whoI has been attending school at Hardinsburg returned home las Thursday A Cabbage Snake Story Patesviile Ky June 27Spe clapThe cabbage snake has proved not to be a fake as one was found by the family of J M Fawver last Sunday while eating dinnerThe cabbage had been thoroughly picked over leaf by leaf and washed but no snake was found until after being cooked and eaten by some of the family The snake was wound in a knot and when stretched out was about two or tnree inches in length and about the size ol thread No 40 and color of the cooked cab bage The health of the family has not been affected by eating tne cabbage CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the7JSignature of C E NLOCAL BRIEFS A praise service will be conducted at the Methodist church on Sunday evening July 2 by the Epworth League in the absence of the pastor Rev P L King who is spending his vacation nt Smith Grove Prof J P King will leai the service Specia music will be one of the features There will be noIpreaching service at either of the two Protestant churches and the public- is cordially invited to attend A copy of the charter and ordinances of the city of Cloverport recently pub lished in book form by the job depart ment of the News has been placed for the use of the public in every business house in town + Geo N Harris road supervisor of this district cays that new flooring will be put in the iron bridge over Clover creek just as soon as lumber for the purpose can be secured The flooring is in very bad condition Last week Thos Satterfielfls horse came very near breaking its leg by stepping on a rotten plank A few more weeks and the flooring will be in a very dangerous j condition if not repaired D W Murray who has a position with the Henderson Route ou the extension has been here part of the past week He has had an attack of malarial fever 1 R 0 Willis will go soon to Valley Station to take charge of one of the grading crews on the extension of the Henderson Route from West Point to Louisville He will remain until the i first season of the 1905 tobaco crop i when he will return here to resume his position of chief assistant to J D Brashear local agent of the American Tobacco company 1 Rev j T Lewis of Irvington who has accepted the call of the Baptist church of this city for the second and fourth Sundays in each month will move here next week with his family 1 ilMrsson Kan and daughter Mrs Lola West of Pueblo Col were here Ilast week visiting their cousins Mrs H Pate and sirs J U Weatherholt r They are now visiting relatives in Meade and Jefferson counties It is t their first visit to Kentucky in twen 1 r tyfour years I The K P lodge did not have its regular meeting Monday night be of the presence of too many embers at Swallow Marklos floating palace = Some graveling and work on the t 8 J ri I IR R Representing KEENE P KillTAYLOR I I 1111 rf DENTISTS I i OWENSBORO II IOF 1 I V Wlll bo In Dr Llgldfoots otaco one 1 1 11week out of each month prepared to YI hth r Will be Here July 10 1016 r 7run sewers where badly needed has been done on Wall street Among those who went from hero to Hardinsbnrg Thursday to see Sweet Lavender presented that evnning by local talent were the following Misses Madison Bell of Louisville Marlon Bowmer Cleona Weatherholt Eliza May Lula Severs Mrs J P King Messrs Chas Moor man Roy Heyser Proutor Keith and Allen Pierce Those presenting tho play were Mrs J S Younger Mis ses Ray Heyser Katherine Moorman and Eva Plank Prof J P King and Messrs Lawrence Murray W StYounger Ira and Lute Behen Misses Eva and Eliza May rendered some excellent vocal and instrumental numbers between and during thb acts at Lewisport Saturday evening during the performance ofIA Noble Out cast by local talent Others who ably assisted in the play were Mrs Jno Neubauer and Messis JM Gregory and Wm Perkins The condition of Edward McAfee supervisor of bridges of the Henderson Route has been steadily improving since both ot his legs were broken at Gaston severalI weeks ago The performance given here Satur day evening oy Frenchs New Sensation the pioneer of river shows was mediocre to say the best of it and far below the standard maintained during the life of its founder the late Capt French Many very unfavorable comments about the performance have been heard The audience was a large one but it was disappointed Among the floating palaces which are yet to show here this summer are Prices Rices Eisenbartb Hen derson and Swallow Marklo No 2 Jno Burn and V G Bahbage were at Dukes Sunday afternoon and made addresses at a Sundayschool rally at the Presbyterian church Her Richey of Duke also made an ad dress There was a full house good mnsio and a good service ti This is an exceptionally good CotIl25 cents nowI5CQ I Ameri I the original ticket Blues Grays r Redsl I IC Lawns Reduced in price 25 per cent 15c Lawns 12 l2c A C big line going at DC r teStrti25c Plates with gold edges and I i iShirts terns delightful for98ehot weather at I The nine year old son ot Bnckby very painfully hurt Sun day afternoon by jumping trom fence onto a locust thorn which sunk deeply into his foot and made a bad ti LrI Ii Wants I + 7Advertisements Inserted under this head atone cent a word per week u u FOU SALETHAI AND HARNESS 1 trUIIUICIdltlon Apply to J H Rowland at postohVv j FOR RENTSTORE ROOM FOR ItENTOno Pogo store room In Mu andIi particulars apply to Compton Hiinllns erg IIfv i FOR SALE I I PRINTING Presses and Cutting machines j lot of good Laundry UusoilncEnlncsIAnTILouisville Ky t FOR SALETtITIOX CERTIFICATE i j pOR SALETultlon Certlficatelii Bryant it rufsvilleForenrldKO News Cloverport Iy j Eon SALEFARM pOR SALEMy farm of 120 acres on Clover Johnsonfarmland An Ideal dairy farm Will sell on easy AdelftssJHENDERSON ROUTE NOTES One way class colonist tickets to South and Southeast first and third Tuesdays each month at reduced rates Homeseekers Excursions to all points to which bomeseekers rates apply One way colonists rates to California and the Northwest March Ito May 15 and Sept 15 to Oct 11 1905 National Educational Association Asbury Park N J July 37 I For the above occasion rate of 52505 for the round trip Cloverport to Asbury park and return will be made on July 123 limited to return July 10th Tickets may be extended to return not late than Aug 31 on payment of 50 cents Through sleeper on train 44 Aug 20 Fourth of July Rates One fare plus 25 cents for round trip on July 12845 good to return July between all local points Niagara Falls ExcursionsJuly 27 Aug 3 Aug 17 Aug 24 On above dates rate of 1270 for round trip Cloverport to Niagara Falls ana return cood to return days from date of sale will be made Archdeacon M M Benton of the Episcopal church of Kentucky came down from Louisville Saturday and preached at the Methodist church Sunday morning and evening The marine band with Swallow Markles floating palace the best on the river it is generally conceded here gave a concert on the street Monday morning which was greatly appreciated by a crowd which gather ed The band marched to the r k Jill No tell the JI Alfred wound machines second twelve depot These Pants are going at just e A few of mens Linen e A large of ribbon in ser e Sets Our 42piece Dinner of dinner plates breakfast plates cups saucers ry bowls individual butters dishes meat dish our terms on these Dinner Sets MEET ME AT NOLTES NOTHING PLEASES THE SO THAT COSTS SO AS A NICE LINE OF NECK VAER STOCKS TURNOVE- RSI ARE DISPLAYING THIS SOME BEAUTIES VERY NEW AND EM FANS RIBBONS HANDKERCHIEFS SHIRTWAISTS IF YOU ARE THINKING OF TAKING A TRIP THIS SUMMER WE HAVE TRUNKS VALISES BAGS TELESCOPES J C Nolte Bro Cloverport Ky GRANDVIEW IND Send your Subscription to The and plared Auld Lang Syneas east bound train No 42 pulled out ot the depot with several employee of the bout aboard The employes here for W Va where they will join Swallow Markles second floating palace which it is said is much larger and tiner than here Monday and will be here in August jI- i THURSDAY SATURDAY ii- k i SPECIAL SALE DAYSI Jil- lj IliJill j+1 jjl l time to be wasted when money is to be saved These items will you exactly where bargains are I I i flattings i ICalicoes rand flowerdecorsIOC youtI a 5 Mens Pants 50greatLinen Collars odd lots Col 5uesRibbon lot 30c 20ferentDinner Set consists 6 6 6 and 6 ber 6 2 vegetable 1 1 25ineSee LADIES MUCH LITTLE AND 1 II WEEK LACES BROIDERED LACES BELTS C aCoNEWS left Parkersburg the one I FRIDAY iIli Boys Knee Pants NA regular 50c value but we will close the lot atADC = Hens Furnishings Ask for bargains in this depart ment Socks Mens Fancy Stripes I light and medium colorings all 1sizes1 this week lue r Underwear I Mens Balbrigan Underwear all sizes Regular 50c val 9ff e- I ues now at I Ties TiesIJWe have a large variety of for summer wear 35c and 1 50c valuesto close at 25 e r r Mens Negligee Shirts itr BrandIIThe Celebrated Monarch quality and finish is guaranteedr regular 125 value OSrreduced toI11 1 Bibbage S Son 11 roverport Ky 1 X91 rr r tith was Who has once used CADICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR is satisfied to use that and no otherIt is the flour that is demanded by good cooks and good livers Get the habit of using CADICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR It is a good habit sure to give the best satisfaction to all of your house hold in lII ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 46 Dally Fast Train leaves Cloverport 507 A ut West Point only arrlves at Louisville 715 A M No 42 Dully Malian fcspress leaves Clo arrives P5J A MI stops ut all way stations Louisville 1235 p m Train No 44 Dally fast mall leaves Clu verport 44S p m stops at all way stations atLouisvilleaeeommodatlon WEST HOUND ovcrportaccommodattonleaves vlllnPOOaml expressleavesOwonsboroStanltansvlllearrly rDTrllin ar rives Cloverport 731 p m Evansvlllo 1030 p rue Stops at all stations No 45 dally St Louis fast train loaves Clo ASLlJawonllloOWensooro butweenLoulsvllll un4UFordsille Branch FAST BOUND louvesFordsvl1lcl30aa inTrain leavesFordsvllkp m Train No fl Sunday only Fordsvllle 30 a m Irvington 905 n m WEST ItOlND loavesIrvingtonp mTrain pruI MtJlOlf4hau I Dr A P LathamMAS Hnlll EIJ ELIZABETHTOWN and established TOIIThe Latham Medical Where Chronic Diseases SlItlS1ty I CHARGES MODERATE It1- JLlf lTllM oft oft11 ir W A Walker IIf- ij DENTIST 6- V Satisfaction guaranteed Jj flf lfPatronize your homo dentist ffR H I j11HARDINSBURUjj r PISOS CURE FO CURESWHERE ALL ELSE FAILS GoodUse CONSUMPTION Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic MillionbottlesEnclosed with every bottle Is a Ten Cent package of Groves Black Root Liver Pills J The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY June 28 1005 = BELATED FRENCHMAN Strikes Cloverport Without Mone And With Little Knowledge of English Language LOST ON WAY FROM FLORIDA Westbound passenger train number 41 rolled into the station Wednesday morning at 1082 and unloaded tIt paesengersand putted on ltd on way bt Louis There was nothing parts c ularly strange about the train It was all right But if you had heen at tli station the blank harassed expression on the face of one of the unloaded passengers would have at once attract ed your attention This particular passenger was n Frenchman from ParIs He stepped up to ft bystander Hiand9 auditor was dnzed and moved plitel- as ne could to the rear The Frenchman approached another gentleman addressing him with a checked blow of broken hnclishThis gentleman caught n word or two and directed him down the streflt The gentleman from gaY Paris walked on a few blocks but feel ing a little perplexed stopped at Mr W H Bowmers residence As near as he conld the Frenchman related his troubles in English Mr Bowmer seeing that the gentleman knew more about the French language than th English called a Frenoh speaking lad to whom the Frenchman told his sto Nine months ago he came to FJerida to do some frescoing and paint ing for a contractor Having completed his work in Florida the con tractor started him to Rock Haven whicn seems to be a palatial home about nine miles from Dixson Ky The painter got to Louisville after going through a series of continuous mistakes Here he asked the ticketj agent for a ticket to Rock Haven- S received one to Rock Haven in county At the first glimpse at this place he discovered ne had made an other mistake and paid the conductor about the last cent he had to take him to a place where French was spoken The conductor brought the gentleman to Cldverport where he found a goodI shepherd This good shepherd gave the belated Frenchman his dinner bought a ticket and forwarded him on to his destination The Sahe that Penetrates DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve penetrate the pores of the skin and by itiaatisep le nibifocient aiul healiug influence iit subdues inflammation and cures Boil Cots Eczema Tetter Ring Worm aud all skin diseases A specific for blind bleeding itching and protruding Pile The original and genuine Witch Hazel1 Salve iis made ry E C DeWitt Co and sold by All Druggists TwentySix Room Cottage attt Tar Springs Lust year Cloverporters had drenm- of a grand hotel which was to be con structed at the Tar Springs tint this was only a dream now a real summer oottage is being built The side walls have already gone up sad the build ing will be ready for occupancy in few weeks Mr Hnllidiiy the manager hope to restore this once famon place to the rank it held back in the Sirs No Shows on Sunday at Tell City Tell City is setting a pace for South ern Indiana towns tor morality 1l ands principle River shows always to make Tell City on Sunday night t get a crowd Now the city refuses tto license or permit any thing of the kind Lot us not be baukward in the proper observance of the Lords hay Grand view Monitor Butch Sawyers Ingenuity Cap Butch Sawyer began to think about building boats to sail in the prattling brooks when he ran about the streets ol Cloverport in knee pants The first cratts he onilt floppedlfroui one side to the other and often sunk for want of proper con struction Thiq of course displeased Uapt Butch and he began to study tnelcause and remedied ItOtten times his school teacher bad difficulty in persuading him to stop thinning ot boats and turn his mental faculties to the study of arithmetic But Uapt Butch thought about boats When his little kneepants got too small for him he let the tucks out and walked down the streets the next day a man in trousers supported by his first suspenders At this time he turn ed his mental ability to the study of the wall paper business and has since been connected with it Up until a few years ago his boat building instinct had rested quietly but five years ago it sprang up and he built for himself a pleasure launch A ooatman from another port cameI along and noticed the completeness of this craft and offered CaptII Butch an enormous price which the cap tain accepted Since then he has 1 built quite a number of boats mainly with his own handsand sold them alike profits Now he owns the largest boat that trails from this port and I building a large coal barge for menta recreation WeddingyElizabethtown Kv June 33Mr Henry Hardin andl Miss Maggie Bell were married tonight at 9 oclock at the residence of ner mother Mrs W F Bell by the Rev M M Benton of Louisville Mr Hardms home was originally at Big bprlng toMuch Tobacco Received Many loads of tobacco weroSn tne city yesterday The hoods at thee Equity houses were kept busy r6oeiv ing the weed the greater portion o the day The best market for the last few weeks at the auction house was that of yesterday The grade of tobftCflO ofered for sale was a variety for which a fair price was paid considor- F ing the condition and quality Fn days Owensboro Messenger New European Nation Washington June 23 Formal an nouncement ot the creation ot the new nation of Norway reached the State Department today in a leport from the American Consul General at Christ lania Norway Catholic Church Plastered eJohn Overby of Hawesville hasI plasteringythe new Catholic church at Long Lick this county Trust Those Who Have Tried I suffered from catarrh of the worst kind and never hoped for cure but Elys Cream Balm seems to do even that Oscar Ostroo 45 Warren Ave Chicago 111 I suffered from catarrh it got s bad I could not work I used Elys Cream Balm and am entirely wellIA C Clarke 841 Snwrnut Ave Bus ton Mass The Balm does not irritate or cause sneezing Sold by druggists at 5U cts or mailed by Ely Brothers 50 Warren St New YOlk Tbart Wnn No Anwrror Some years oho a question was un tder discussion in parliament as to the need of having county court judges In Wales who could speak the Welsh lau gunge Some of the English members contended that there was not the slight est necessity for It An English speak lug Judge would In all cases do exactly Ift8 well as n untlve they said IIjj Abrnhnm n Welsh member hearing this at once sprang to his feet Very well said be let us consider I the matter Here we are In the county courthouse at Yiiysyiiiaeugwyn Im 1 the plaintiff The attorney general Is the county court Judge lie In theJJ coarse of the case asks me It I am prepared to swear that the boots delivered I to the defendant for the price of which i I sue were rights find lefts or both I tlefts ns the defendant alleges I That Is n delicate question which I EnglishSmyself answer except In my notice tongue Therefore I say j Crmmer daubwcch nr gwastad clawdd lluest twleh pentire pistyll bwlch dwy hafodtal lech ovoid YSlljtIt ty housenheld Its breath and a cloud of embar rassment stolo over the face of the disturbed but very attentive attorney gentt ernl what does the honorable and learned gentleman say to that The honorable and learned gentleman t had no further objection to make 1 UfVollliiK lliirinl CiiMtoniN 1Of luclul1lngIdogsoCandler the au thor of The Unveiling of Lnssa writes When a Tibetan dies he Ils Ileft three days In his chamber and a silt Is mode In his skull to let his soul pass out Then he Is rolled Into a ballf wrapped In a sack or silk If he Is rich packet Into a Jar or basket and car nod along to the music of couch shells to the ceremonial stone Here a lama takes tine corpse out of Its vessel andswrappings and lays It face downward j on is large Hat slab and the pensioners II dogs and vultures prowl or hop round waiting for their dole They are quite tame The lamas stand a little way apart and see that strict etiquette Is observed during the entertainment The carver begins at the ankle nad cuts upward throwing little strips of I1esh to the guests Tine bones he throws to a second attendant who pounds them up with a heavy stouefjA noctnri nilemmn Among the papers of R H Stoddard that Ilipley Hitchcock BaHolmesTthe poetphysician Is said to have re ceived This letter was written many practitionerIt shows the low level to which In the early part of the last century It was MThefollowsgDear dock I have a paehunt whose physicol nines shoze that the wlnplpe IBl droppedIntoand I fear his stumlck toobe Is gone 1 efeckhisenshul lie la an active member of the M E church and God aoe I dont want too loose hhn wot shall I dot l Why Spend Your Moneys FOR SEWING MACHINES YOU HAVE NEVER SEEN WHEN YOU CAN INSPECT AND TRY THE BEST MACHINE MADE IN YOUR OWN TOWN i SOLD OR RENTED AT MAIN STREET Cloverport Ky Engine Fourteen Jumps Track Westbound passenger train on the Henderson Route due bgre at 1032 m was held at the shops three hour and twenty minutes Wednesday on account of engine No 14 of the wor train jumping the track at Lillards station just below the rock quarry The wrecking crew at the shops was hurried to the scene but tne engine w off the track in such a peculiar mann that it was very difficult to get or the rail again First Load of New Wheat Centsai The first load of new wheat to b e offered on the local market w brought to town yesterday by Ben TIchenor of the Pleasant Valley neighborhood It was of good quality and was sold to the Bransford mills for eightyfive cents a bushel Mr Tichenor produced 1S8 bushels on seven acres ot ground Threshing has begun in several sec tions of tho county and will be in full1 blast in II few da sThursd Uwensboro Messenger Slim Trees Bring SIO Each Even very slim trees nowadays bring as much as 10 each Wm Ashby proprietor of Highland Nursery below town sold twentyone ordinary trees off his place several slays ago and re ceived a check amounting to J1U for them while another wan in this neighborhood came to town with a check amounting a neat sum that he had received for a lot of trees sold a t30 each ICU per acre was recently paid in Daviees county for the timber upon a certain tract of land Crops in Tobinsport All Right Mr Carey Whitebead a progressive farmer and dealer was over from Tobinsport Ind Thursday and speak ing of that place said All ot our cops are in and looking fine Recent rains sun winds have done no damage except blowing down a few trees One thing lOut us Tobinsporters 1 is that we have no idle tracts of laud Every tilllable strip has been planted tuls year and we are all hoping for a big harvest from all the crops Sad Bereavement Central Methodist Dear Brother Batson Three of m daughters Halhe aged twentyfour Mattie fifteen and Fanny thirteen were drowned while bathing in the Ohio river at Booths Landing Ky about sixty wiles below Louisville on Wednesday afternoon June 14 Blessed De God we sorrow not as others who have no hope for w know that they have joined their mother and baoy sister who have gone on oefore Kindly is the lesson given Then dry the falling tear They came to raise our hearts t heaven Then go to call us there They were consistent Christiana I never knew either of them to do a willful wrong act Ve ask the prayers or Gods people sustaining grace Your brother in Christ GALT W BOOTH Leavenworth mud Jane 10 1005 The above note from Bro G W should appeal to all our readers lose three loving promising daa gnters all in one briet afternoon Is indeed a severe trial of ones faith in Gods mercy and sootiness out Bro Booth relies upon His promises still and blesses Him seen in his sorrow ay the Lord give him sustaining THE EDITOR What Pension Report Shows Major AT Wood Pension Examiner tor Kentucky is matting out his annual report for the year The report will show that twenty five widows still receive pensions for q V e the war of 1S12 There are no survivors in that war and the widows thaL Indian wars three survivors an twenty widows receive pensions Mexkt can war in Kentucky who receive pensions and 407 widows The Civil war has the largest list sunareceivepensions For service in the SpanishAmer ican war 028 receive pensions and 211 widows About 11000000 is dIs- trIbuted annually through the Lout ville office in pensions =To Run ice Car on Main Lines A L Font manager of the ice plant here says that the company will pat an ice car on the road the first of next wetk The car will be attached to the local freight known as No 01 and make the way stations on the main linesup plying them direct from the car A car doing a similar business was run over the road last year out of Owensboro LOsI RIS Thin Animal In the Slowest Marine Mammal In Kvlnleiice Scientists say that the slowest mov- Ing mammal in existence Is the slow paced loris an nnluial more or less closely allied to the monkeys Its tech nical name Is nyctlclbus tcmllyrndus the lust part of which might be trans lated lazy footed One of them when timed took exactly thirtytwo minutes antI three seconds In moving across a space of four foot toward a roach that ThetanimalI belonged to an Asiatic genu3 that extends from lava nUll Sumatra and Borneo and quite possibly some of the Philippine Islands through parts of Hindustan When Its progress was timed It advanced within ten of twelve Inches of Its quarry rested up on Its hands drew Its hind feet grad ually forward until almost under Itsii breast very slowly and cautiously raised itself upright Into a standing position balancing awkwardly with uplifted arms and then threw Itself bodilynot upon the Insect which was 1off like an arrow from n Tartars boy but upon the spot the roach had occu I pied halt a second before In this species the different parts of the hands antI feet are so divided as to form two lobes resembling In shape and In function those of the chameleon I The animal creeps very slowly toward supy or with one foot bringing forward an other just as does the chameleon The round protruding eyes and the slow mechanical movements remind one of the lizard while the Insect feeding hab- Its of both are Identical except that the chameleon limits by day and the pose sesses a second auxiliary tongue which can have no other purpose than to aid the creature In catching flies Just as the development of such a member assists the Insect catching lizard A very curious formation consisting 0of an arrangement of the blood vessels called by recent physiologists the wonderful network rete mirabllc be longs to all species of slow lorls The limbs Instead of being supplied with arteries and with veins are furnished with two series of blood vessels 1lying closely parallel to each other One series Is of hairlike tenuity and the other somewhat larger joined to the first by short tubular projections This rete gives great muscular power In ex ecuting very deliberate gradual al most Imperceptible motion continued for a long time I In After Yrnrn Women are certainly changeable creatures said the weary looking mnnWhats I the explanation asked the friend of the family During our honeymoon answered the weary party my wife declared she could not live a day without me Well 1 queried the family friend Only last week continued tbra other she tried to get me to Insur my life for 10000 In her favor Chicago Newsp IMM MVIMNAMMMM I GO JO McGLOTHLAN PIGGOTT 1 I FOR ROAD WAGONS AND BUGGIES I I SINGLE AND DOUBLE HARNESS i S WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FORii o INDEX AND GREEN SEAL PAINTSs 1 McGLOTHLAN PIGGOTT Irvington Ky U DRMOFFETTS rttEETHING1 1 POWDER Only 25c at or 25c to CJ M Dl St Louis Mo Mother Hesitate no longer but savo tho health and llfcotyour as thousands giving Is easily given and quickly and over t tho effects of tho summers teething children LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE PACKET dIxC0ilr0adTED Fast Mail and Passenger Line between Louisville and Evans 1 arasconeTell City Leave Louisville Monday Wednes day Friday and Saturday 4 p m Leave Evansville Monday 10 a m Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 6 p U1 Through freight rates and passenger to Cincinnati Freight shipments delivered quicker than by rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED to Louisville 15 to Evansville ljS Cloverport to Owensboro 75 Splendid for stock Office 154150I5S 4th st Louisville Kv C V G F and P A GEOH WILSON SUMMER EXCURSIONS VIA ILLINOISI CENTRAL R R to and to the Lewis nnd Clark Centennial Exposition PORTLAND special reduced rates round trip and one way colonist on the and third Tuesdays in each month to in Mississippi and round trip on the first and third Tuesdays to points in Indian Texas Etc Cheap Excursion to Hot Springs Ark via Memphis Central Weekly Excursions to Excursion cars to Los and San Francisco via New Orleans Every Tuesday from Cincinnati and Louisville Via Omaha and the Scenic Route every Wednes day from Full Particulars concerning all of the above can be had ot Home Agents or by addressingF HARLOW D P A Louisville Chintz Royalty Surveyorff Publics I can survey Lands M write Deeds and take the for acknowledgement at home saves you trouble and cost IIIAddress mb at 1 1 Hardinsburg Ky H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDINSBURU KY Will his profession In all ot the counties l road cases and Llcenseto ractice In United States District Courts Office fiver Bank of Hardinsburg a 1L Cures Cholra Infantum4 1 Diarrhoea Dysentery and thefBowel Troubles of Children of Jtny Jtga Aids Digestion Regulates the Bowels Strength f ens the Child and i TEETHING EASYIIG w posts Druggists mail MOFFETT child have done by these powders tTEETHINA counteracts comes heat upon CO vine- Steamers tickets Cloverport Clovorport accommodations General WILLIAMS Supt California Colorado- and OREGON- at Homeseekors first points Louisiana Homeseekers Territory Oklahoma Arkansas Rates Illinois CALIFORNIA through Angees Chicago Practical also Notary your your your This practice criminal practice MAKES AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I 3 jYourE = eRepaired = 4 5 and Guaranteed e- J = = = tI= = It we dont do as we say wo will c dIy = we will return your money e- We have firstclass and guar t eclocksspectacles silverware etc at Y- II 3 i Prices You Cannot Duplicate m mII = ElsewhereII = tWe live here and everybody tknows us It our word Is not good dont believe what we emanseIwhat speakepeople believe EII = e I 3 TI C t LEWIS SON t j eHARDINSBURO YYYYTTTTYYTYY7VYTYYVTY i Cloverport1 PlaningMiIli 1 f fII GREGORY CO Prop I LUMBERDOORS 1 DOORSSASH l 1 t SASHBLINDS DOOR AND WINDOW SCREENS I SHINGLESLATHS LATHSLIME ri BRICK 11 CEMENT ROOFING ETC Stylishii Comfortable J Tailor made clothesII All the latest patterns for suits und trousers in high racle fabrics Clothes made d I by modern methods Fit gunrIanteed Moderate prices E= pert tailors employed J H HUNSCHE Casper May S Co Cauneltou Ind t Sourt P StomachNonose headache constipation bad broils I general debility sour risings and catarrh rithe stomach are all due to Indigestion Kolol cures Indigestion This new discovery reen lents the natural Juices of digestion M thty exist in a healthy stomach combined wltltIthe greatest known tonic and reconstructive 1 properties Kodol Dyspepsia Cure dos Ml 1II only cure Indigestion and dyspepsia but thto famous remedy cures all itomach troubles cleansing purifying sweetening aluA ndytheMr S S Ball of RiTnrweoJ W Vo 111sty hlaatyKdI la mrtv baby Kodol LMsMti What Y u ltBe- ttloieaJr r 1100 Sill holding 3K thuottoMUo whlcb Mill for 80 eosta trrrara by C O DoWITT at N tMtst Sold by allJaDrugglsts ru Ask for the 1905 Kodol Almanac and 200 Year Calendar I If I C to Use Union Station The Illinois Central Railroad Com tpianprovided it can enter on reasonable terms The Henderson Route and L7 Nare in the movement and a union fstation for Owensboro may at lost bi certainty 6r w I i r The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY June 28 1005 WILSONS LETTER Requesting Farmers to Attend Speak ing of lion H B Sherman July 4 McQuady Ky June 20 ilUGThe- Hon H B Sherman national organiz er of the A S of E has promised to address the cooperating farmers of Breckenridge county July 4 1UQ5 at the picnic grounds of W N Pate ORiley Hook Co on tho pike near Hardinsbnrg Mr Sherman is a man not only ri pe in years but also ripe in thought He is a fluent practical and forceful speaker H 3 goes after the trusts like butting a bull off the bridge and he generally knocks him off He IH one of those enthusiastic energetic wholesouled honestcooper atlve farmers who Iis willing to spend and be spent in the noblest of calling a that of lifting the profession of farm ing from the wreck rUIn and spoil ation wrought by remorseless trusts upon a solid and businessline founda tion Brother farmers Mr Pate has kind ly consented to erect in his grove a speakers stand Mr Sherman has consented to come and speak Now will every fRIllier consent to come out on this memorable day and hear the pure gospel on a pure day I know of no better way in which farmers can celebrate the independence of their country than in coming together to consider ways and means by which to keep their country free and independ ent The precious heritage is slowly surely slipping from the laboring masses and some day the awful real ties of the situation will dawn upon you and you will from the great depth of your heart cry for J A Everitt to nome and deliver from the serfdom and peasantry of Europe Remember this is Independence Day and let us celebrate it not only for what has been but for what it may yet bring forth Nowgentlemen let me call your at tention to another matter The first Saturday in July is our regular county meetingI each organization in the county to ue sure and send a delegate and also be sure to have those to bacco acreage blanks tilled and sent by the delegate Also remember that the County Union has asked each local to collect from each of its members twentylive cents and send it to Silas Miller at Hardinsburg to be used to further the work of organizing tho county and making it solid for the A S of E Yours truly G S Willeon President County Union The Chlldrens Favorite For Coughs Croup Whooping Cough etc One Minute Cough Cure is the childrens favorite This is because it contains no opiate is perfectly harm lesq tastes good and cures Sold b- All Druggists 1 Loses Seven Acres of Corn Backwater flooded seven acres of corn for MrHenry Beavm and the en tire planting will have to be done t again Mr Beavin is a progressive farmer and the News regrets to hear of his los- sBAD BAD i BAD ri Bad blood comes from bad digestion bad stomach bad liver bad kidneys at tended with bad fou breath coated tongue bad taste bad headaches bad appetite and kindred symptoms Bad as these all are and serious as are the dis eases to whichi they lead Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery comes to the relief and cure of all these by regulating and Invigorating STOMACH LIVEH BOWELS and KIDNEYS and putting all these organs In good order Golden Medical Discovery contains DO alcohol opium or other harmful drugs neither does It contain sugar or syrup which are Injurious to some stom achs Without any of these it retains Its pleasant taste and marvelous healing qualities In the most trying climate Dont let a selllsh medicine seller cheat you out of your health by giving you a substitute nos only looking out for a larger profit not for your good Shun him Honest unselfish dealers recommend the Golden Medical Discovery That your remedies aro not for the few but for the manu Is evident for I personally know of many scores of persons In this city who have been restored to health and strength by your medicines thus writes TTnnrr Tnndahnft Esq Alderman In 17th ard llullalo N f ot 1201 Jefferson Street tl1 know that Dr Ilercos Golden Medical Discovery is most valuable in cases ot do rangement of tho liver having taken tho medicine some two years ago when I had a bad attack of liver trouble and I never used a medicine before that did mo so much good I have known Dr Pierce for twenty six years and do not wonder at his success for he Is a physician and man of sterling qualities Is possessed ot extraordinary skill and he has In his Sanitarium a corps of Spe cialists who aro chosen because of their unusual knowledge and professional skill If suffering from any obstinate linger getfreeHe has the counsel and assistance of a large staff of export specialists Tho Peoples Common Sense Medical Adviser by R V Pierce M D Chief Consult- Ing Physician to the Inva lids Hotel and Surgical Institute Buffalo NT Y Paperbound FREE on re stampsforbound for 31 cents Address the Author as above MANNERS OF MEXICO J 4 NICE DISTINCTION IN BECKONING WITH THE HAND Etiquette of Greeting nnd rnrtlnjj llctvrecn Friend The Cuntom In Street Mectiiiga Tho Utile of tho Cigarette Odd FuniTul Customs To an American there are some Peculiar phases In the manners of Mexi co When beckoning to a person the Mexican extends his laud palm down and gives It a downward and inward sweep Instead of holding the palm upward and giving It nn upward wind in ward sweep as Americans do Mexi cans employ the American motion In beckoning to dogs To Indicate the height of an animal Mexicans extend the hand with the palm downward as Americans Indi cate the height of any person or thing the height of a thing by holding out the palm vertically and the height of a per son by extending the list with the In dex linger pointing upward To beckon to a person ns one would to a dog or to Indicate a persons height us one would that of an animal or thing might give offenseWhen Mexicans and particularly the women wish to greet one another from such a distance that speech Is Imprac ticable as across the street they hold the right hand even with the eyes and wiggle the fingers The hnndshake In Mexico Is n great Institution When one stops to chat or talk a little business with a person on tho street no matter how many times one may have met him the same day they shake hands at the meeting and likewise nt the parting In the mean time Inquiring about and telling healths To say Howdy In Mexico Is a matter of two or three minutes at the very best When one drops Into a mans office on business likewise these pleasant little formalities must bo scrupulously observed else one would be set down as nn III mannered boor When presented to a woman do not hesitate to extend the land for the regulation shake It Is the only thing todoWhen one meets n friend whom one has not seen for some time It is the proper thing to embrace him This consists in falling upon his neck throwing the right arm about him and patting him lovingly just above the small of the back Women Indulge In this custom with their own sex Mexican pedestrians turn out for each other on either side but seem to have a preference for the left In meet Ing women however one must always give them the inside of the walk This rule also holds good when one meets superiors always granting that an American will acknowledge any man to be his superior One may frequently see these courteous Mexican men al most quarreling to make the other fel low take the Inside track Vase senor they implore each other It Is customary for men to raise their hats upon passing each other In the streets The currying of canes is very general In Mexico When ac quaintances of opposite sex meet as upon the street the man is expected to bow first This as may readily be seen is Important if one has any ac quaintances among Mexican women Pass one without bowing nnd she may not know oue next time Ones only hope lies in the possibility that she knows enough about American cus toms to condone the offense on the score of your ignorance of the cus toms of the country To call a servant hold up a street car or that sort of thing clap the hands Adios Is employed us a passing greeting as well as an adieu In pass Ing n friend with no Intention of halt ing one roar say Adios which covers the greeting as well ns the parting This form of greeting Is much more commonly used than Good morning Good evening etc The Mexicans are Inveterate smok ers but they never chew tobacco That practice Is monopolized by the superior Americanos Moreover the Mexican Is seldom offensive with his smoking The practice Is permissible nearly everywherein hotel or other dining rooms after or even at meals In railroad coaches in street cars In places of amusement etc Clerks in dry goods stores may frequently be seer taking a few whiffs at a cigarette and policemen on their beats smoke whenever they can get a cigarette But no matter how sensitive one may be to tile fumes of tobacco one is not likely to suffer from the Mexicans style of smoking lIe will light his cigarette lu rare Instances a cigar take a few deliberate puffs and quit He never smokes In that feverish fash Ion or raises the dense smudge that Is the delight of the average American smoker who sedms bent upon getting the full worth of his big cigar Most Mexican women of the commoner classes love their cigarettes and may be seen puffing complacently In their homes on the streets In the street cars or as they tend their little street corner stands Even these people do not create much of a smudge This universal smoking habit reveals Itself to the uninitiated gringo sometimes In the most amazing manner It Is calculated to jar the sensi bilities of tho raw American to see some reputable looking woman of the fair fat and forty type In a railroad coach or In some other equally public place calmly light a cigarette and smoke contentedly for a few moments No one seems to mind that sort of thing or even notice It nnd one soon comes to take It as a matter of course It Is no uncommon thing to see a boy of three or four years smoking cigarettes Large quantities of cigars are consumed there but the cigarette Is the national smoke Mexicans are not given much to pipe smoking The priests are reputed to be habitual auuff i takers and are not Infrequently seen In the streets smoking cigarettes In short the smoking habit is not there considered disreputable In any degree- It Is customary for men to lift their hats as a funeral procession passes through the street and the custom IIs generally observed among all classes Many men chiefly of the peon class raise their hats when they pass ia church or meet a priest Mexican women never go to UK church or to the grave when their relatives are burled They remain at home nUll mourn In case tho dead man was n person of substance large numbers of carriages accompany the body to tho grave but they are never occupied flue friends of the dead tuna either walk to the cemetery or go In street cars The bodies of the poor are conveyed to the cemetery on the shoulders of four peons the friends following on foot The collins which are usually cheap affairs painted In gaudy colors are ns a general thing only rented for the occasion After the bodies are taken from them am deposited In the grave the coflins are returned to tho dealer Before one has been In a Mexican city long one will be likely some tiny while passing through tho streets to see nearly everybodymen women and children suddenly bare their heads and drop to their knees no mat ter whether they are on the sidewalk or In the middle of the street One Is likely to be considerably mystified as to the meaning of this sudden move ment until somebody Is good enough to explain that a carriage has just passed that contained a priest who carrying with him the sacred wafer was on his way to administer extreme unction to sonic person who is In ex tremls The popular demonstration Is for the host not In behalf of the dying man New York Tribune BINDING OF BOOKS The Transition From Primitive to Modern Method It was only when writing was made upon separate pieces or sheets of a pliable and perishable material that binding proper was Invented to hold the pieces or sheets together Hud give strength to them and protection and beautyBut here we must distinguish The pliable written sheet may be either rolled or folded each giving rise to a form of binding peculiar to Itself The rolled sheet Is bound by fastening each sheet to the other sideways and rolling the whole from end to end the last sheet serving as a cover to all the rest This form of binding Is no doubt the more ancient of the two and It was for n long time In generalI use It was used for example by the Egyptians It was probably Invented by them and It was used by tho Greeks and by the Romans anti great libraries of rolls existed for some time after the Chris tian era and many industries wore en gaged In contributing to the perfection of the binding It tins however boon superseded for many centuries by the folded form of literature the Invention of which Is attributed to Eumencs king of Iorgamus from whom too comes our parchment or skin prepared for writing on In the third century before Christ nut If the form has disappeared the terminology of the roll has survived and the word volume originally a thing that Is rolled or wound upI1 e a rollIs now applied indiscriminately to Its substitute the book of folded sheets The folded sheet or section ns It Ie called Is bound by supply sowing or otherwise fastening tune parts of the sluvt to one another at tho back crease or fold and n number of sections are bound by fastening each of thorn to some common support at the buck so that when all are sowed or otherwise fastened they may yet be free to open and to shut at pleasure at the front or fore edge The Invention of the folded sheet thus gave rise to the Invention of mod ern binding which In Its essence Is the union at the back of the folded sheets which together constitute the folded book or us I may say despite the Intent contradiction the folded vol ume Fortnightly Review A Meilltcrrnnenii Phenomenon Mirages arc common In many parts of tho world such phenomena being familiar to travelers In tho tropics ns well as In tho arctic regions nnd on deserts Just the same as upon tho wa ters of lakes seas and oceans The most peculiar of the whole list of at mospheric Illusions Is that species of mirage called the Fata morgana which Is peculiar to that portion of the Medi terranean sea which lies off the coast of Calabria between Italy and Sicily Exhibitions of the Fata morgana are the most fantastic spectacles Imaginable If a city Is presented to view some of the buildings are seen stand Ing In their natural positions while those adjoining may bo standing at every conceivable angle or are com pletely Inverted Tho morgana has been known since before the time of Christ and has always been viewed with awe by superstitious people The liner Pipe The so called brier pipe Is not made of brier nt all but from the root Of a particular kind of heather called In French bruyere which grows on the hillsides of the Tuscan Alps In north Italy nnd on the mountains of Corsica English tradesmen finding tho correct word bruyere somewhat difficult for the British tongue to pronounce reduced It to brier and In this way the corruption crept In and was established by popular usage Originally Swiss peasants made snuffboxes of this wood nUll when snuff taking became unfashionable the peasants turned their attention to making pipes from the root and found a ready market for themLondon Chronicle r MARCH OF THE MATCH FROM THE TWO INCH PINE PLANK TO THE FINISHED PRODUCT The Wiiy the Ilnw Mntcrlnl In Hnu dloil by Machinery Thnl Allow Jin Unit Until the Perfect Mntcli Drops Into Its Allotted Hoc It is an Interesting fact that one of the most useful Indued one of the most necessary articles In the world Is so cheap that no man hesitates to ask even n stranger for It or dreams of paying him except by the conventional Thank you That matches have come to occupy this position Is due largely to American Inventive skill The llrst friction matches were made and dipped hy hand They sold for about 3 a gross Today all matches are made and most of them are dipped by machinery and one can buy from fifty to seventyLive for n cent Be tween those two extremes stretches a long line of complicated and Interest Ing machines Inventors began Tory early to giveI their attention to devices for tnakinz the sticks or splints cheaply One plan after another was tried until all rtimljy gave way to the ribbon method The machine for this process is n sort of lathe In which Is placed a cylinder of pine wood the length of seven matches As this cylinder previously soaked in hot water or steamed to make it soft and tough Is turned slowly the circum ference encounters a blade which pares off a continuous shaving the whole length of the cylinder and the thick ness of a single match Tills shaving as it peels away from the log again comes in contact with cutters which divide it into seven strips each as wide as a match Is Ilung When the ribbons have been cut into manageable lengtli say seven or eigh- tfeetand freed from knots and crook ed grained portions a large number of themfrom 120 to 140 are placed in a machine like an ordinary paper cutter The mass is ted forward automatically the width of a match at a time and the descending cutter slices through the mass making from 10 to 140 splints at a stroke The splints are now dried and sift ed In partitioned sieves the motion of which lays the matches parallel and prepares theta for their places In frames where they are dipped by hand Some of these machines will turn out from 13000000 to 17000000 splints n day Rapid and cheap as this method is it has beet superseded in America by another system In which the hand work Is reduced to n mini mum The raw material In this case Is two Inch white pine plank This IIs first sawed into blocks tho length of a match and thoroughly dried The blocks are clumped to the lCd of a machine and cutters groove out a set of splints from the surface not however taking the whole surface and converting It Into splints at one Im pact but cutting the matches out one fourth of an Inch apart The splints thus separacd are seized In iron clamp plates which form an endless chain Those carry tho splints across n steam heated drum which wHIms them nearly to the temperature of the melted parallln Into which they ore next dipped The heat prevents the parallln from chilling mind insures a proper saturation From tho tlrst order to march these companies of wooden soldiers have no permission to halt They move on con tinuously and evenly from the parailln bath to time rollers which carry the heading mixture phosphorus chlo rate of potash and other substances and ns the companies pass by these rollers place a red or blue cap on the head of each individual The line of march continues on through a room swept by a blast of cold dry air which hardens the newly deposited chemicals until the matches can be safely han tiled Still the companies march until just before they reach the starting point again the Individual units receive their foal order to fall out from an auto matic and uncompromising punch which deposits them side by side in n box placed providentially In just the right place and at just the right time by another endless belt The cutters meanwhile have been eating away the ridges which were left between the places from which the first set of splints was cut and so It goes until the whole block has been converted into slim little red or blue capped fellows each one snappish antI full of lire Edward Williston Frentz In Youths COlnpnnlonI A Royal Interview In his Tracks of a Rolling Stone Henry F Coke describes an Interview he had as a boy with King William IV of England and Queen Adelaide In the early part of the lust century lie describes the two thrones and says William IV sat on one Queen Ade laide on the other I cannot say wheth er we were marched past In turn or how I came there But I remember the look of tho king In his navalI uni form his white kerseymere breeches pink silk stockings and buckled slices He took me between his knees and asked Well what are you going to be my little manIA sailor said I with brazen simplicity Going to avenge the death of Nelson eh Fond of sugar plums Yes said L Upon this the king fetched from the depths of his waistcoat pocket a ca pacious gold bog and opened It with a tap as though he were going to offer me a pinch of snuff Theres for you said he I helped myself unnerved by the situation and with my small fist clutching the bonbons was passed on to Queen Adelaide She gave me a kiss and I scuttled back to my motb er sl da v = = Weve Hired Uncle An our agent SHOW and SELL our gpods end inveitircnt through him with IKttrr than wentment Konl This ecial ottering of men Spring U Suits at 10 andIJ They are black Thibets for dress wear and fancy tassimeres and Vi Worsted light medium and dark Theylkmade in thoroughly tiptodate styles What we ask you do write and ask for samples and measure liiinkM saying you saw Tills ad in THIS Ours the largest and oldest house our line in the South We OWN our huilding and have done business on the SAME blOt for over FORTY YEARS We sell CLOTHING HATS and 1TRNTSH for men and sHOEs lot We PAY EXPRESS worth and send all goods STBJECT TO APPROVAL hooks for all lines free refi est Ivi hear from you LEVYSThird N N NN N I Bankof HardinsburgOFFICERS J B F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier J DIRECTORS Morris Eskridge G V Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F BeardiJ Dr A M Kincheloe D S Richardson o + iiInsured against loss by fire or burglary eeInterest paid on time depositsI The Breckinridge Bank Cloverport Ky Captal Stock 45100 Surplus 7000 Incorporated Organ zed n 1872 V H BCAVMER 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 fireproof vault furnishetVour customers Iree NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS Interest paid on time deposits w eus GeeS I= First State Bank IRVINGTON KY W1 PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP Vice President H H KEMPER Cashier i Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited Interest Paid on Time Deposits eaae3ea- + 11s roTHEii Fifth Avenue HOTEL Louisville Ky PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr iI L = 7oio7 Samto ail us iis a iis a W s r 1 in to is to paper is in INGS boys every on A Style on us LOUISVILLE i I u I = r The must centrally located and only flrtelnss hotel In the city making a 1200 rate Only one block from the principal shopping district and twolblncks from the principal theatres Street cars pass the door to all parts t tof the city- Everything S neat andiclean J I I5oeMore Double Track I Writing in The Raleigh Post of yesterday Mr J C Caddell the time when trains running between Greensboro and CharlotteI 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 of the agreeable statement in the Washington correspondence of The Post of yesterday Sbeginder IItrackto handle so many trains passenger and freight on a single track between Greensboro and Charlotte with so few accidents and a contin uing catyse of congratulation to the alert and clearheaded train dispatchers The Southern is a great system the most Itsdoubletrackingtraffic fifty even twentyfive years from now Charlotte Observer TO OBTAIN THE BEST RESULTS USE THE Southern Railway S H WHTAYLOEPassenger Agent Washington D C m + 4- lA r 1f La rr 4h y i LbllJkIVau sJLLUZwa14 M+ rI aJlL1s1 THE BEST FRIENDSPERUNA ARE I MOTHERS AD CHILDREN1I When Sickness Comes to tile Little Ones It Is the Mother Who Chiefs Suffers Sho suiTors even more than tho chili Iwhohappens to bo sick Hor sympathy is deopor than that of any other monitor of tho family The mothers look forward with dread to the torrid heat of summer thinking of their children and tho many llabllltlo to disease that aro bofore thorn Spring and summer aro suro to bring alIments especially among tho little folksIt not take a mother vory long to discover that Poruna is the best friend she has in times of illness among tho childrenThe may come and go with tholr different theories and constan change of remedies The doctor of years ago gave entirely different remedies than he does today Each year finds somo change in his prescriptions and In the drugs ho relics upon A Multitude of Mothers Have discovered that Peruna is the I standby and that in all the ailments of spring and summer to which the children are subjected Poruna is the I remedy that will most quickly relieve Whether it is spring fever or stomach I derangement whether it is indigestion or bowel disease a catarrhal congestion of the mucous surfaces is the cause I Peruna quickly relieves this condition of the mucous membranes Its opera tion is prompt tho children do not dis like to take the medicine it has no deleterious effects in any part of tho body It simple removes tho cause of the disagreeable symptoms and restores the healthPeruna not a physic Peruna Is not a nervine nor a narcotic Peruna does not produce any drug habit however long it may bo taken Poruna Is not a stimulant Poruna Is a specific remedy for all catarrhal ailments of winter and sum t mer acute or ohronlc The mothers all over the United States are the best friends that Peruna hasI The Mothers Hold Peru na in High Esteem Not only because it has cured them of their various ailments but because it always rescues the children from the throes and grasp of catarrhal diseases Wo have in our files bushels of testi monials from mothers whose children have boon cured hy Peruna HoweverI the large majority of mothers who use Poruna we never hear from But wo do hear from a great number of mothers who are so overjoyed at some special good they have received from Peruna that they cannot restrain their enthusiasm They are anxious to share these benefit with other mothers I The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY June 28 1905 IRVINGTON to Born to the wife of Chits Pike a boy June 21 Embry Vrather of Chicago is expected home this week Grandmother liyncs is with her daughter in Meadc county Head an account of the farmers meetings in another part of this issue Miss Ellen Waslungton Herndon goo to Henderson Friday after a two weeks stay Dr Will 11 imp of tephens I portspent Sunday with his moth or and father here Mrs n C Heron hits been on a the sick list for several days but is somewhat improved Mrs McClintock left Sunday for her homo after a visit to her mother and father Mr and Mrs i Cornwall 4 i Logan Helm of Lexington and William Major of Louisville are f spendingl their vacation at Wash t f ingtoni Place 1 f Miss Eva Hcrndon accompanied V t by her cousin Miss Marie Louise Paris of Louisville arrived Sun day night to spend the summer Mrs Bailey Waller and son Herndon left Tuesday for their j homo at Iloplcinsvillc after a pleasant visit to realitives andI friends t Why dont you paint your house Remember yju can buy a the best mixed paints white leadI and oilnt low prices at Jolly Gardner Co Owensbororepre- sonting the Baptist Minis i l ters Aid Society of the State of a Bapa II II JCempcr hast leased the 4 4cottagethat will be vacated by tho Rev Lewis and family July 5 andI k 4J U The Benefit Which the Children of the United States Have Received From Peruna Can Never Be Put Into Words The chronic ailments It has prevented the suffering It has mitigated will never be fully recorded But at least this much can be said that the coming generation owes a great debt to Peruna for it is in the tender years of youth that slight ailments aro liable to develop Into lasting disease thus blasting tho whole career of the IndividualThe who are bringing up their children today to believe in Peruna are doing a great work for humanity These children brought up to believe in Peruna from the start will when they become heads of families them selves use Peruna with unquestioning faithPeruna Protects the Entire Household As soon as the value of Peruna Is appreciated by every household both as a preventive and cure tens of thousands of lives will be saved aoi hundreds of thousands of chronic Havering cases of catarrh will be prevented will be at home to his many friends after July 15 A housewarming is in order To reduce our stock and make room we will make it very much your interest if you will give us- a call Our stock of hardware N furniture shoes clothing dry 1 goods etc is complete and we can suit you in quality and prices Jolly Gardner Cos A letter from Mr and Mrs Redman at Denver Col an nounce a mot delightful visit to that city and others of interest in the West They will continue their sightseeing some time yet Buggies sprint wagons and harness Come and see For next ten days we will greatly re duce the pIco on Ames buggies It will pay you to give us call if you think of buying He member the prices tivillonly last ten days Jolly Gardner Co A very large and appreciative audience came to bid Rev J T Lewis farewell and hear his words of wisdom to the church he was leaving and has served faith fully for the past six or seven years All rightminded thinking people realize the good work ho has done and wish him Godspeed in the new Held The choir at the Baptist church did itself proud at tho Sunday morning services rendering each song with unusual sweetness and the solo sung by Miss Ellen Mun ford Sunday night was beautiful indeed We shall look forward to special music for tho Sunday night services such as solos quartettes etc given by tho younger members of the church HAS STOOD filE TEST 25 YEARS The old original MOVES Tasteless I Chill Tonic what you are taklnf It Is ion and quinine In a tasteless form No euro no pay We R M Jolly Gets PoMoffice ExState Senator R M Jolly has been appointed postmaster at Irving- ton Senator Jolly is the successor of his wife Mrs Lydia A Jolly who resigned Mrs ThrceaRookc mAshland Ave Chicago IIi Treasurer Ladles of the Maccabees writestt In our home Peruna is the only medicine wo have Grandmother mother father and child all have used Poruna It is our great remedy for catarrh of thontomach andhead colds and female complaints of which it has cured me Wo find it of great value when my husband becomes worn out or catches cold A couple of doses cure him Ifthe baby has colic oranystomach disorders a dose or two cures her I 1 consider Peruna finer than any doctors medicine that 1 have ever tried and I know that as long as we have It In the house we will all be able to keep In good health Thresa Rooke 6 No Doctor Required- Mr Edward Otto 927 Do Soto street St Paul Minn writes- I cannot say enough for Poruna It has done great work in my family especially for my oldest boy Wo had doctored with three or four different doctors and they did not seem to do him goodWe up hopes of cure and so did they but we pulled him through on Peruna 4 We had several doctors and they said they could do no more for him so we tried Peruna as a last resort and that did the work Since then we keep It In the house all the time and no doctor Is required Edward Otto To the Farmers of Breckenridge and Hancock Counties Come farmers all of you and i your familieslets have a day off on July 4 and go the big oldfash ioned barbecue to be given by W Pate and others near the up per toll gate on the pike in a beautiful picnic grove II B Sherman will bo there without a doubt and wants to meet the farmers of the two counties lie is a most impres sive and powerful speaker Will tell you things of interest to every farmer Yours truly H II McGa ock Chamberlians Stomach and Liver Tablets Better than a Doctors Prescription- Mr J W Turner of Trubart Va says that Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets have done him more good than anything he could get from the doctor If any physician in this country was able to compound a medicine that would produce such gratifying results in- cases of stomach troubles biliousness or constipation his whole time would be used in preparing this one medicine For sale by Short Hay ne- sShrewsburyJackson Mattingly KyJune 27Special Uabe Shrewsbury and Miss iaxie JacKson worn married Sunday at the home of the brides parents Mr end Mrs Jute Jackson on Tarfork Rev Chas Goff officiating The bride wore a lovely gown of white Paris innll and lace Immediately after the ceremony the happy pair left for the home of the grooms parents Mr and Mrs Henry Shrewsbury near McQuady where supper was served to a large number of friends and relative- sCorneyhlcGavock Miss Marie McGavock daughter of Mr and Mrs Robt McGavock of near town while visitng her sister in Evansville was married to Joseph M Corney of Cincinnati last Friday Rev Father McBarron officiating They were married at high noon and took the 2 oclock train for Louisville where they will reside Mr Corney formerly had a position at the Hender son Route shops here C4SXORXABern theThe Kind You Have Always Bought Signature of t Peruna Contains No Narcotics One reason why Peruna has found per manent use in so many homes is that It contains no narcotic of any kind Po runa is perfectly harmless It can bused any length of time without acquiring a drug habit Peruna docs not pro duce temporary results It is permanent in its effect It has no bad effect upon the system and gradually eliminates catarrh by re moving the causo of catarrh There ore a multitude of homes where Peruna has been used off and on for twenty years Such a thing could not bo possible iff Peruna contained any drugs of a narcotic nature Osteopath For llardinsburg- Hardinsburg I t Ky June 27tSpecialDr E F Bay an osteopathic physician of Gray son county will locate here next week and practice his profession His office will be located in the Masonic building For sick headache take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and a quick cure is certain For sale by Short Haynes GARRETT M 11Tof A decorated tho grave of Byron Dowell Sunday Mrs Jas Foushee spent Friday with Mrs Joe Hilf and Mrs Fred FousheeMuch damage was done to crops by the heavy rain that fell here June 19- Wm Hilf and family spent Sunday with Aldrich Shacklett and wife I m I Best Market 1 Price for 1 Butter and Eggs m m I 1 1II am going down to OCon nell Cos with my eggs 1 I and butter and get the f t Andt fli 1II ylIm 5c and IOc COUNTER fl I 1 the place to get bar 11 11Thats gains Come and go I 1 I M down it is the last storeII I going west and the fiat 1 A I I A- If I store coming east I K m 11- ffm I COI 1 Si Cloverport Ky 1 I I A rI II Jr = I a nm Mr G H Farmer New Martlnsvillo W Va writes Our little son Harry is well and healthy now and we think If we do as you directed us ho will keep his health and grow strong We know that our little sons Ilk was saved byyour wonderful medicine Peruoa and w6 shall always praise Peruna and use It In our family when neededShould o we have any more catarrhal trouble in our family we shall always write to you for treatment G H Farmer Mr Howard Andrew Sterner Muddy Creek Pa writes I have Peruna In my houso all the time and wont bo without it It is good for children when they take a cold or croup It cured my baby boy of croup- I have introduced Poruna into six families since I received your lat letter and four have seen relief alraAdy Howard Andrew Sterner Miss Dora Funk is spending this week with her aunt Mrs C H Lane at Garnettsville Miss Lizzie Harrington return ed from Louisville Monday after- a weeks visit with Miss Fanny NevittAlbert Leslie of Missouri T B Thornsbury of Brandenburg and Mrs John Funk were guests of Francis Ritchio Sunday Friends here of Rev D F Shacklett were surprised to hear Peruna Should Be Kept In Every Household Where There Are Little Children Peruna should bo kept in tho hone all tho time Dont wait until tho child Is sick then send to a drug store But have Poruna on hand accept no sub tltuto Children are especially liable to acata catarrh Indeed most of tho affections of childhood ore catarrh All forms of sore throat quinsy crcui9 hoarseness laryngitis etc are but dif ferent phases of catarrh Mrs Amelia Sailer Menasha Wit writes I have used Peruna for a number of years It cured me of chronio catarrh which I suffered with from infancy When my three children were borntthey all had catarrh but I have givenrthem Peruna and find it very effective in ridding them of this horrible trouble I find that it is also good to give them 1 as a tonic and a preventative of colds andcolicIn I consider It a household blessing I would not know how to i raise my children without It I am i pleased to give It my recommendation 1 Amelia Sailer Address Dr S B Hartman President of The Hartman Sanitarium Golan bus Ohio All correspondence held lixictly acts Qdcntlal his marriage to Miss Lillio I Iof in Louisville Wednesday Misses Delia Craycroft Anna I Mae Cosby Vallie and Ida Ham ilton and Messrs Wade Williams and T C Hamilton of Flaherty and Miss Josie Peak of Woodland and Martin Craycroft of i withh Miss Lena Ritchieii TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tab lets All druggists refund the money It It fobsto cure E W Groves signature is on box S5c I truYInruvlru11jwtAJwLI ICE ICE ICE Y i THe Cloverjjort Water Lighti and Ice Company are now making ice It is good solid and cold made from s distilled spring water and is the purest and best ice on the market We solicit your trade Special rates on carload lots Write or phone us for price A Le FORT MgrpCloverport Water Light and Ice Co Cloverport Ky n Southern Normal School Bowling 9 e11ocrt Green Business College and BOWLING GREEN KY National School of Telegraphy Sustains Teachers Scientific Classic Law Commercial and Special Courses of Study Catalogues and Journals FreeORADUATES SECURB POSITIONS MENTION COURBC WANTCD WHEN YOU WRITE Address H H CHERRY President Bowling Green KyLL- U n