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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f I f r 1 rI 7- THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS1rr 1Iii8 QUARTERLY REPORT t OF TIlE trBank of Cloverport- i At the closo of business on tho 30th day of Juno 190- 5RESOURCES Loans and discounts 3935603 i jOrerdrafts secured 13023 7 rfDvcrdrafts unsecured 80 35 Due from National Banks 1345 20 Duo from State flanks and Hankers 00 Duo from Trust Com 134520DanklnOther Real Estate 00 Mortgages 00 U S Bonds 00 Other Stocks and Bonds 0o Specie 2811 91 10201 01 739000Exchange 00 Other Items carried as Cash 0o 1000 00 FixturesFund 00 Current Expenses Last 87ExpensesIng March 31st 517 56 879 4 Give description loca howlongexcept banking house and lot If any owned longer han five years 90 53999 17 LIABILITIES Chpltal Stock paid In In x0009urppusUndivided Profits 153500 UO loposltors as fol lows vi- zDepositsI subject to check on which Int Is not paid 18330 07 Its subject toghee on which Int Is paid 00 Demand certificates of whichInt 00 f Time certificates of de posits on which Int Is paid 10053 10 Savings deposits on which Int is paid 00 00Due 20433 1 7 00Duer pnnlesAd 00 tCoDue 00 00 Cashiers Checks out y oaUnpaidrediscounted 00 r 00OapltalSUPPLEMENTARY nighest amount of Indebtedness of any stockholder person com pany or firm lnc u lnK In the liability ot the company or firm tho liability of the Individual Indirectly ceeds 20 per cent af capital stock actually paid In and actual amount of surplus of the 00Howabove Item 1 secured By mort L gee on real estate In Breckln rkX county Ky worth double the amount of the oan above all other Incumbranco StatutesHighestany director or officer if amount of such Indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paid up capital stock of bank00StatutesHowDoes amount of Indebtedness of any person company or firm Including in the llablllly of tho com pmy or firm the liability of the Individual members thereof ex capitalNOIfedness 00 Amount ofllast dlvldond00W- ere all expenses losses Interest and taxes deducted therefrom before declaring dividend and was not less than 10 per cent of net t profits of the Dunk for the period covered by the dividend carried to the surplus fund before said dividend was declared 00 7 7See Section 596 Kentucky Statutes fi2WJ 1 7toSTATE KENTUCKY I DOCountyMarlon Weatherholt Cashier of Bank of Oloverport a flank located and doing business on Wall street In the City of Cloverport saythestatement of the condition of the said DankIat the close of business on the 30th day of1 andtl said hank has been transacted aw the i 9 gamed and not elsewhere and that the lope report Is made In compliance with an b dclal notice received from the Secretary of State designating the 30th day of Juno 1905 as the which such report shall be made MARION WEATnERHOfcT Cashier t byIlarionJune 1905 Ohms B Sklllman N P B C My commission expires January 15 1908 F P PAYNE 1 A A SIMON V Directors t J MATTINGLY i To Connect at Mitchells In reply toa letter in regard to the veracity of the clipping from the CourierJournal on pane two fifth col umn this lesae tho News his receiv t ed the following from the Hartford i Republican w We have interviewed parties con nected with the above railroad proposl tionand as best as we can inform out selves tho above clipping is substan tially correct They tell us that tit was at first intended that the road should run via of Fordsville to Clover port but they met with such poor en oouragement from tne people at Fords ville that it has been practically de cided to connect at Mitcnells Station No time has been fixed for beginning work ti Mitchells Station is the first statlo- east of Fordsvllle on the Iivington branch ot the Henderson Route Democrat Has a Breakdown The Breckenridge Democrat has hadI a breakdown of its press and only a small sheet was gotton out tnis week Editor Pile telephoned us that the i issue next week will be the regular size and on time Send In your Su scription now t r a MOST SUCCESSFUL COUNTY EVER HAD Was the Last Teachers Institute at Hardinsburff and Instructor Prof Evans Was Best Too Hardinshnrg Ky July 4Spe- oiahThe Breckcnridge county teachers ipatitnte held here lastweoK with Prot Charles Evans oi Marion ale instructor was the most success tai ever conducted here The attendance was good the teachers took an aotivo port and Supt Pile took a great interest in the work of the In- stItute ProC Evans delivered several most scholarly and instructive address es attracting many auditors bes ides 3the teacners The general opinion was that he was the best instructor ever heard here I On Wednesday evening Prof Col- lIns the new principal of the Harding burg school gave a reading to a large audience at the court bouse and made a very favorable impression Miss Louise Beeler sang several selections during the evening which were freely applaudedThe exercises of those pupils who had been examined for diplomas for completing the common school studies were held at the opera house on Thursday evening Those receiving diplomas were Miss Ida Kennedy Earned Edison Gibson Holt Miss Blanche Payne Harned Miss Ida Dutschue Holt Preston Parsons MuDaniels Miss Maggie Bandy Irvington sad Vivian Has well Four of the above naine1 de livered orators or recited Vivian Haswell was awarded a gold medal lor first excellence in reciting and Miss Ida Dntschke received a book as a prize for the second best HCBarnes of Caster in a neat address presented the prizes and Prof Evans delivered the diplomas The music for the oc casion was rendered under the direc tion of Mrs Blanche Read Prof H K Taylor of Louisville on Friday afternoon delivered a most excellent address on the Moral Influence of the Teacher The following resolutions were unan imously adopted Resolved That we the teachers of Breckenridge county in institute as I sembled offer the following resolu tions First That we thank Prof Evans our instructor for his earnest and energetic efforts in making this the most successful institute ever held in the county and that we regret the departure trom our state of such an able educator and Christian gentleman as found in our Instructo whose in fluence has been felt in on1 county Second That we extend our thanks our worthy superintendent for the interest and effort taken in the com mon school graduation and that we hereby pledge ourselves to no operate with him in making tills a greater success tne ensuing year whoigraduation exercises and also those whose services have aided us in hav ling a successful and profitable meeting Fourth Tnat we thank Prof Taylor for his excellent address and that we heartily recommend that onr teacher emulate the high ideals that nave been set before us in the excellent address just delivered Fifth That we will use our in fluence at all times to aid in the fight that is being bravely made in our State for normal training schools bet ter salary longer term Sixth That we heartily endorse the action of the fifteen teachers who expressed themselves in favor of an ex position and that we hope many more who have not pledged themselves will take part in this work Edmund Wroe 1 Mary Kennedy Committee Andrew DrisKell J To be Married This Afternoon Big Spring July 4SpecialTo morrow afternoon Mr Hennie Moor man and Miss MabAll Stith daughter of Mr T J Stith of Stlths Valley will be married by Rev Kimble leavenimmediately after the ceremony for Gorin Mo where Mr Moorman and his brother Mr Edgar Moorman are engaged in farming and the manufacture of the celebrated Moormans HogCnolera Medicine Death Near llardin Springs Death due to consumption came to Miss Nannie Quiggins of near Hardin Springs last Wednesday THE FOURTH CELEBRATED IN BRECKENRIDGE COUNTY WITH TWO BIG BARBECUES Between 3000 and 4000 people at a conservative estimate attended the barbecues given at Hardmeonrg yes terday by the Hardinsburg tribe ot Red Men und Messrs W N Pate of Mattingly H Alexander of Mookand- J Hook Jr and Jno OReilly of Uardiusbnrg The Red Mens barbe use had the largest crowd about 2500 being on the grounds The morning trains brought in several hundred people and unloaded them at the Red Mens picnic grounds thus swelling the large crowd already there About every section of the county was represented at the two barbecues and many came from Ohio and other counties Both affairs were financial successes and afforded enjoyment for the largo crowds present Unusually good order was in evidence every where The day was ideally pleasant Though dark clouds gathered during the day there was a strong cool breeze and no rain Besides the various contests each barbecue had special features to hold the crowds At the barbecue given near tne toll gate by Messrs Pate Alexandei Hook and OReilly the farmers picnic the principal teat ure was an address on the plans and methods of handling the present crops by Hon H B Sherman na tional oragnizer of the American Societv of Equity the man who is said to know more about the principles and workings of this organiza tion than any other man in America A brass band from Tell City furnished music st this barbecue and a dancing floor and string bond were among the attractions A merrygoround was one of the best attractions at the Red Mens barbecue and one that coined much money A parade in the mcring was one of the features Good music was furnished by the Hardinsbnrg military band The proceeds of the barbecue or powwow the fourth given by Iron dequait Tribe No 3 Improved Order n I Dies of Measles in Jail Mondays Louisville Post stated that William Lampton a farmer of Con stantine this county died Sunday night in the Jefferson county jail where he had been confined on a charge of violating the internal rev endleavesDeath was due to a complication of diseases following an attack of meas les Larnptou was incarcerated in the Jefferson county jail on the morning of July 1 Later in the day it was found that be had measles The remains were shipped to Constantinb for burial the Post says KILLS GERMS OF CATARRII Hyomel Ooes to the Root of the Dis ease and makes Astonishing Cures Catarrh cannot be cured by the use of pills liquid medicines and so called system tonics Under such treatment the germs or the disease will still live in the air passages and increase and multiply Hyomei is the only scientific and thorough way to cure catarrh Killing the germs in the air passageslt enters the blood with the oxygen destroys the microbes in the blood and effect ually drives from the system all traces of catarrhal poison Thousands of testimonals have been given as to the astonishing cures made by this remedy Mrs Le Rondu700 Western Avenue Cleveland Ohio writes I believe Hyomei saved my life I am better now than I have been in thirty years Many doctors both in England and France treated me for catarrh but I was not cured until I used Hyomei Probably the strongest evidence that can be offered as to the powers of Hyomei to cure catarrh is the fact that SLcrt Haynes will agree to re fund the money if yon say Hyomei has not cured you The complete Hyomei outfit costs but 100 consisting ot an inhaler dropper and sufficient Hyomei to last several weeks x This will effect a cure in ordinary cases but for chronic and deepseated cases of catarrh longer use may be necessary and then extra nettles of Hyomei can be otained for 500 of Red Men will go to tne Re Mens Widows and Orphans Home which will be built Jat Hardinsbnrg many are inclined to believe The Prize Winners There were no prizes awarded in some of the contests advertised as no one participated in them The following is a list of prize winners Red Mens PowWow Largest family presentincluding grandchildren and great grandchild renDivided between Stephen Lu cas Custer and T J Whitfield Har dinaburg thirtythree each ten dollars in gold given by Bank of Harainsbnrg Prettiest young ladyMiss Lucy DeJarnette pair kid gloves J W Teat Best CakeMiss Ella Ahl iron bed B F Beard Co Prettiest baby one year old and under Mrs Lam McCoy StephensportIIgold ring 1 C Lewis Second prettiestMrs Tom Tabel ing Ruth dozen caoinet photographs J J Cody- Between ages of one and threeMrsI Bessie Elliott Big Snnnj ring J W Guthrie Best rifle shotJas Smith pair of HamiltonBrown shoes Gus D Shell manDecisions in other contests have not been made yetFarmers Picnic Prettiest babyMrs Frank Hoot Hardinsburg gold ling T C Lewis cv Son Most stylish young ladyMiss Mur tie Furrow daughter Mr and Mrs Jas F Furrow Mattingly latest style midsummer hat given by pro prietorsBest Mrs Orville Frank Har dinsburs iron bed B F Beard te CoThese were the only decisions made public yesterday atternoon at the farmers picnic = = == =To Pool Wheat in Daviess The wheat crop of Uaviess county will bo pooled This action was de ceded upon at a meeting of the heat committee of the American Society of Equity held in this city on Saturday An encruious barn for the reception of wheat will be erectfd or made ready in each of the eighty magisterial dls tricts of thecounty Three men will be in charge of each or the graneries The slogan ot the wheat growing farm ers will be One Dollar a Bushel It is thought that tae barns will be in readiness by the middle of next ween for the reception of the grain The local mills are paying ninety cents a oushel for wheat and the farmers in the Equity union are sure they will receive f1 a busnel if they will only hold the grain for a while Sundays Owensboro Messenger New Poor House Residence Hardinsburg Ky July 4Spec- ial The l iscal Court mot here in called session last Friday to consider the question of erecting a new resi deuce for the poorhouse Keeper All the members were present and County Judge Miller presided It was decided to build the house at a cost of not ex seeding 1000 and G W Beard and Wm Beauchamp were appointed as commissioners to erect the building Prepares to Erect Union Depot Louisville Ky Jnly 4 Thirtyfive buildings were sold by the Louisville Hen i rson and St Louis Railway Company the Henderson RoutH at public auction yesterday to clear the block at Thirteenth and Main streets preparatory to erecting ajphion station The buildings whicjf were sold yesterday must be raze by October 1 Wheat Not Damaged Much Though the rainfall during the past few weeks has been the heaviest known at this time of the year since 1875 it is said the wheat crop in the county has been only slightly damaged Rain and wind storms have been very frequent and destructive in a number of sections Henry Tucker Dead Henry Tucker a young man of Cen ter View died of flux last week He leaves a widow R URGE FAMERS TO HOLD FOR DOLLAR County Union Believes In Getting Equity Price For WheatPlans At Bewleyvllle For Big Picnic Hardinsonrg Ky Jnly 4Spec- ial =1he regular quarterly meeting of the county union of the American Society of Equity was held here Satur day A resolution was unanimously adopted urging the farmers to hold their wheat at 100 per bushel Other business of H routine nature was transacted and the meeting ad journed subject to the call of the chairman The Bewlayville Meeting Chas H Drury secretary of the Bewleyvllle union of the A S of E sends the News the following account of the meeting held there last Saturday The Bewleyvllle union ot the A S of E met in their hall on Saturday July 1 with all the officers and ma jority of members present Tne meeting being declared open on motion the president appointed a committee to arrange program for farmers picnic to to held July US at BewJeyville on the farm of W T Piggott On motion the president appointed the following committees as managers to see that the program was arranged by the committee is carried out Mrs Chas H Drury Miss Blanche Jolly Z T Stith H I Snyder and Roy Cain Roy Cain was made a committee to solicit sUbscriptions to songs of Equity and fourteen books was order ed =The wheat situation came up for discussion and after several good talks by the president and others and after Thos J Jolly had referred to the fact that Louisville is not the only wheat market in the United States that is offering less than one dollar per bushel for wheat it was resolved that not a bushel of wheat belonging to members of this local union should be sold for lets than one dollarA very enthusiastic meriting was held in which many of the good ladies of the neighborhood participated by lending their presence and otherwise Quite a number of visiting brethren from other local unions were present which added much to the interest already manifested DEATH OF DR I I L LYNCH End Comes For Prominent Physician At His Home At McQuady Dr 1 L Lynch one of the countys most prominent and popular physi cians died on Tuesday of last week at his home at McQuady Death was due to consumption of which he had been ill for some time He returned last April from Las Vegas New Mex ico where he spent several months in un unsuccessful effort to regain his healthDr Lynch was born in 1SC9 near Leitcntield He graduated from the Kentucky School of Medicine in Lou isville in 18Jn and located at Horse Branch Ohio county In 1000 he moved to McQuady where he contin ued the practice of his profession He was married in 1SOG to Miss Mary McCabe of Leltchtield His wife father and three brothers survive hIm Dr Lynch stood high in Masonic circles He was Master Mason at one time of Rosiro Lodge Ohio county took the Royal Archr a ln the Hardinsbnrg lodge to Wu runs r feted his membership in 1000 and was Master of the Ulendeane lodge for one term He united with the Corinth Baptist church in 1003 and was shortly afterwards elected super- Intendent of the Sunday school As a physician a citizen a Cnris tian and a man Dr Lynch faithfully discharged his duties and he was beloved by a wide acquaintance His funeral last Wednesday which was conducted by the Masons IB said to have been the largest ever held at McQuady Miss Sallie Moorman Dead Miss Sallie Moorman age seventeen died at tilendeane Sunday ot typhoid fever and pneumonia She was a daughter of Mr and Mrs Thomas Moorman Canneltoh Wins Both Games Cannelton deteated Tobinsport in two close interesting games of base ball at Cannelton yesterday the scores being 4 to 3 and 2 to 1 QUARTERLY REPORT OF Ti- lEBreckinridge Bank Cloverport Ky At the close of ofJuneRESOURCES Loans and discounts J 127412 54 00Overdrafts29Duo3131096Due 793385Due lOtherl 00Iortgllles 00OtherMSpecie584250Currency 13330 99 00OtherasCash 00 86Fund00CurrentQuarter location howlongestate except banking house and lot If any thanfive 00 73LIABILITIESCapitol Stock paid In 00SJlrJllulI00VuofollowsDeposits subject to check on which Inter 61Depositschuck on which Inter 00DemandDeposits on which 00Tlrnuposits ton which Intur IISavlnc00Certified 261ueCODueandHankers M 00Cashiers 00nns00UnptddNo 83 at 1 per cent de 00Taxesdueand00Cllpltnl 00ISUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of Indebtedness ofany SllHkhohlerIIIrson com pany the lint thelIuhllltLen thereof directly or Indirect Ily If such Indebtedness exceeds20 per cent of capital stock actu ally paid In and actual amount 00Howabove Item I secured StatutesHighestany director or olllcer If amount of such Indebtedness exceeds 10 percent of paid up capital stock of bunk 00 StatutesHowhoes mount of Indebtedness of InlIulilli ofthtexceed 30 per cent of paid up NoIfedness Amount of lust dividend Wero nil expanses losses interest and taxes deducted therefrom be foro declaring dividend and was not loss than 10 pur cent of net porlollIoeredto the surplus fund Duforu said YesSeeStatutesSZ4ItX 75 STATE orJVEXTICKY I ISCounty of Brecklnrldgu f A B Sklllman Cashlerof the Drecklnrldl6 onWallcounty being duly sworn says tho foregoingIs ofthetothlhankInnsund not elsewhere and that tine above re port Is made In compliance with an official notice received from the Secretary of State thedry AnJulyIr0o 0M1903 ERA I DirectorsFI A B SKILLMAN Cashier Frenchman Stranded in This City Possibly an Imposter Louis Riviere the French decorator who got stranded here on Wednesday June 21 and concerning whom there was a write np in thA News last week has not been heard from here since be left though he promised to write some persons here who gave him assistance on arriving at Rock Haven a private residence near Dixon Ky where he was to do work lasting three months Ho stated while here that he had left 400 pounds of baggage at Hook Haven on the Henderson Route to which place he had been directed through mistake bv a ticket agent he said A letter to John Shelton the agent of the Henderson Route at Rock Haven last week by a party interested in the Frenchman brought the following answer This man you are hunting has never been here This would indicate that the story told here by tne Frenchman had some false parts to it though everything he said and did while here seemed so genuine and pathetic that a number of sympathetic people helped him und did not think for a moment he was an imposter CATOHXABmi t5e BigBtor of aeBI 11 Pi 7r 4 The Breckenridge News 1 == c c === =WEDNESDAY July 5 1005 PLEASANT PICTURE and Pleasant Visit Here Recalled Bj Miss dallies in Letter to Mrs DH SevcrS ifc WELLKNOWN J1ISSIO ARYii Mrs D H Srvm has reroivta ia letter from Mist N aonir B Waine be wellknown imi HBionary from Ken noky to Japai who attended thE weBi oro district tonier nce at the dethoii t hard here in May am lellveted H moat entertainingt addresi in miMiuns st m of the session MIR taints was oiitfittiined during beer toy by Mrs Stvtia and she reCllIII rely pleaututly her visit hprn etter KM mailed from Honolulu ISII w follows Jute 0 1005 Denr Mra Severs Until now sine I If you every moment ot time has If n full but at last the long railroad urney is over and I am two days out la tiie ocean This big ehip with Its t My passengers and crewnow eeeini t leal world while the friends and hi Ieu ones left behind seem another vsvrd Already I wonder it I am the tain person who had those plensant vi its in the homes now swoet memor- e It seems that I am in another w ild the one so familiar to me these IB iajr years past The quiet efficient 2nesa servants on tho steamer the T le awake smiling Japanese the it may passengers in steerage all Asia + 1 take me back to life of the Orient tt1i before I reach my destination Oe pleasant visit to Cloverport will onw oe remembered The pretty homes He egant church and the cordial peo tIE ill make a pleasant picture My journey on the land was without any think special There were crowds on heir way to Portland while on part of the journey we had a womens i convention that filledl three cars and vertowed overywhero so it wus hard to Iflt anything to eat either in the liner or at the eating stations The West is a wonderful country with I wonderful future and in many places magnificent scenery But the deserts are tiresome California found San Francisco is beautiful ftdI you nave olteu heard but the grand ear and wonderful beauty of the I dowers has to be seen to be realized The railroad now crosses the Salt Late thus cutting off many miles of denert and giving a most dolighttul ride across its blue waters This steamer is one of tbe largest on the Pacific and by far the best I have traveled on Unless quite rough veryI little motion is felt but we had enough out the first night to make almost every one seasick We are now quite timed to the motion and swells so life is not the burden it was someI boon ago All kinds of people to bo seen on a voyage HKO this One can bat wonder why some people travel to tome it means to only kill time and spend money Please remember me to all the friends I met but especially to lrs1 Skilloinn and Mrs Ferry Hope you and your daughter keep well With love and best wishes to both iI Nannie B Gainti HAS STOOD THE TEST 25 YEARS i bejlcl original GUOVES Tall ChiI onlc You tiiow wliiit you uri ildrit It iS ureauy A 1 lo IHE latIST- MHICINJt Foe WOMEN If you are nervous and tired out continually you could have no clearer warning of the approach of serious female trouble Do not wait until you suffer un bearable pain before von seek treatIment You need Ujno of tardui now just as much as if tlin trouble were more developed and the tor turing pains of disordered menII struation bearing down leucorrhoea backache and headIache were driving you to failing relief that Wine of Cardui has brought hundreds of thousandsIII of women and wilt bring Wins of Cardui will drive out all trace of weakness and banish nervous spells headache and back symnptemsfrom gcrocs troubles that will be hard to check Secure a 100 bottle of Iflourdealer I money to the Ladies Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Cot dlhattanooga Tenn and the meaicine wilt bo sent y- ouWlWEPi CARDUIr r IN STRICT CONFIDENCE Women Obtain Mrs Pinkhams Advice and Help She liar Guided Thousands to Health How Lydia El Vegetable Com pound Cured SIr Fred Seydcl It is a- satisfaction groat for ti i thatican iiiiothcrtelliuirher the most private and confidential details about her illness and know that her letter will be seen by n wo man onlyI a woman full of sympathy for her u 1rsick sisters and me above all a woman who has had more experience in treating female ills than any living person Over one hundred thousand cases of female diseases come before Mrs Pink go ham every year some personally others by mall and this has been going on for twenty years day after day Surely women are wise in seeking advice from a woman of such experi ence especially when it is absolutely free Mrs Pinkham never violates the con fidence of women and every testimo I nial letter published is done so with the written consent or request of the writer in order that other sick women a may be benefited as they have been Mrs Fred Seydel of 412 North 54th Street West Philadelphia Pa writes Dear Mrs Pinkham- aOverayearagoIwrote n letter nskinR advice nsI had female ills and could not carry a child to maturity I received your kind letter of instructions and followed your advice I am not only a well woman in con sequence but have a beautiful baby clrl I wish every suffering woman in the land would write you for advice as you have done so of much for me Just as surely as Mrs Seydel was cured will Lydia E Pinkhatna Vegetable Compound cure every woman suffering from any form of female ills No other medicine in all the world of has such a record of cures of female troubles as has Lydia E Pinkhaufs Vegetable Compound Therefore no of prudent woman will accept any substi tute which druggist may offer itIf you are sick write Mrs Pinkham Lynn Mass for special advice It is at free and always helpful Why The Sprague Was Built IThe present rise is causing a general rush of the towboats to Lonisulle after tows of coal The Sprague which is the largest tow boat in the river passa ed np yesterday evening about 0toclock with flttyone pieces This one of the largest tows of empties 1141fII ever passed the local port and Sprague was making excellent time It was tormerly the case that when a lot of coal was taken down the river the barges were sold at tbe destination and new ones built for the next trip but as tirnher grew scarcer and consequently higher lu price it was found more profitable to tow the empty barges back and it was for this par ticuear purpose that the Sprague was built She is a monster so large that she hiss never been able to get to Pitte burg but once and usually only runs to Louisville she is built entirely of steel decKs and all and is perfect ly equipped oven having her own icemaking plant Thursdays Owens bore Messenger IF01 sick headache take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and a quick cure is certain For sale ov Short K Haynes Opposition to Cox Owensboro Ky June 21At tho II annual meeting of the Board of Direc tors of the Kentucky Baptist Ministers Aid Society held here today a differ encv whicii Has existed for years came to an issue There has been an element of iiitptists who nave thought for eomo tluif that the affairs of the society were not being managed as they should and the opposition has crys tullized against George N Cox who has oeen corresponding t cratury and practically in control ot the affairs of the society since Iits organization seventeen yeais ago The issue came todayI over the election of a corres ponding secretary for tthe ensuing year Tne matter was finally deferred to an adjourned meeting to be neld within n mouth The Diamond Cure The latest utiwg from Pariie that they have discovered a diamond cure for consumptIOn If you fear consump ton or pneumonia it will however be best for you to take that great remedy mentioned bv W T McGee coughII 1 ery for Consumption Coughs andI Colds which gave instant relief andt effected a permanent cure Unequall ed quick cure for Throat and Lung Troubles At Short Haynos drugstore price 50c and lAguaranteed Trial bottle free Jas Ray Is Released James Ray a local negro who was given a sentence in jail at Owens boro in May for retailing whisky without a license was released last Thursday morning Nine other Thursdayr e AMONG THE INDIANS In Old Mexico Chas H Wright lakes Baths in Hot Mud Springs Which He Describes HE IS CURED OF RHEUflATISM San Diego Cal June 28 1005 Editor Dreckeuridge News If you will spare we space in your paper I will try and relate to my friends of your vicinity a twp I have just taken I have traveled over part of tills state to and watt of Mexico but never have I to taken H trip equal to this one I went from hero to Calexioo a town on the ot line between California and Mexico and there I mdt a friend of mine Mr RoySaunders who accompanied to my destination From thero wo went to what is known as the mud volcano springs taking With1 us a Mexican guide for it is not safe to without a guide The springs are about forty miles from tho line of Mexico and we didnt get an early Dr start as we had to go by wagon We R had to camp overnight on a river 5Ve could hear the coyotes howl all night long and hear the rattlesnakes rattle around us Next morning we moved on We reached the springs at 0 m Our guide stayed only one night and then returned to Calexico Then we wore alone and never saw any one tor two weeks except some Kucapaw Indians They would come and fish in the river and sometimes I would fish with them I had rheuma tism and could not go out hunting with Mr Saunders Thee was plecty ducks and quails Iud ome deers Tho springs are just round holes in thA earth where hot mud and water boils up Some of them are so hot thatr you cant hold your hand in them and others are just right to bathe in Some them spout nut and go fifteen feet high and the sound is like the report a cannon When they shoot that way no one can sleep for they keep up occasionally twentyfour home a time The pool that I bathed in was warm and and twelve different kinds of water in it We stayed there two weeks and then returned to Cal ifornia When we reached there I was able to walk onco more I went from thereto the springs in Arizona known as Agua Caliente I remained there seven weeks and I was able to go toc dance before I left I tnen returned San Diego tbe place of sunshine towers and now I can say I 110fI and happy I beg to remain as ever yours Chas H Wright 2100 Robinson Ave San Diego Cal Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets I Better than a Doctors Prescription Mr J W Turner of Truhart Va says that Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets have done him more good than anything he coula get frcm time doctor If any physician in this country was able to compound a med cane that would produce such gratify ing results in cases cf stomach troubles biliousness or constipation his whole tine would bo used in preparing this one medicine For sale by Short K Haynea 1 ThomasSterett Wedding I Mr Siuiuis Thomas and Miss Ethel I Sterett of Hawesville both of whom ire known here were married last Wednesday evening at Hawesville The wedding took place at 815 oclock i it the home of the brides mother Mrs Ella Sterett Rov Bennett officiating It was a very pretty home wedding the house being beautifully decorated for the occasion There were six bridesmaids After the ceremony Mr and Mrs Thomas left for a bridal trip of several weeks in the West Those who attended the wedding from here were MIss Edna Jarboe andII Messrs O T Skillman Goo Younger and Byrne Severs the young men maKing the trip In Mr Skilliaans jaaolmo launch One Dollar Saved Represents Ten Dollars Earned The average man does not save to exceed ton per cent of his earnings He must spend nine dollars in living jxpenses for every dollar saved ThatI icing the case he can not be too care ful about unnecessary ex enses Very often n few cents properly invested like guying seeds for his garden will save everal dollars outlay later on It is the ame in buying Chamberlains Colic Jholera and Diarrhoea Remedy It cots but a tow cents and a bottle of t in the house often saves a doctors nil of several dollars For sale by Haynest Rain Came at Opportune Time The ram in this county last week vas worth thousands of dollars to our farmers The cropi were at a stage when the prevailing drought was beginning to be felt and if it had continued for a week or ten days oar crops would have been badly damag ed The rain came at an opportune iwo and as there is promise of more lour farmers are in a particularly iappy frame of mind Meade County Messenger Send in your Subscription now COMPANY IS INCORPORATED TO BUILD A NEW RAILROAD SURVEYORS EN ROUTE HERE Tho Hartford Republican in ita Issue ot Friday June J10 says Tho proposition to build a railroad trom Madisonvillo thrcugb Ohio county Fordsville or Cloverport has begun take material shape Articles incor porating the company tinder the name the MacliEonville Hartford and Jiastoru Railway Co have been tilea in the County Clerks office for record and to the Secretary ot State The articles ot incorporation wore executed at H meeting of tho incorpora tors hold at the office of Mr R E L Simmeruian Wednesday afternoon Messrs J W Ford H H Holeman Rowan Holbrook George R Lynn W P Ross John T Moore aad E L Simmerman being the Incor- porators This organization by no means guarantees that the road will be built but it is a good step in that direction There is yet a good deal of the right of way that must be procured and considerable amount of the required 25 000 is yet nniubscribed People over whose land the road is proposed to be run should consider the benefits the conveniences and tbe splendid oppor tunities for developing the unlimited resources of the county that the construction of the railroad will afford It is still for the people toaay whether the road will be built They hold the balance of power as it were in of way and donations Time only will disclosa their manner ot disposing of that power As a business proposition however there seems to be no plausible reason why the rightsofway should not be freely given- Surveyors Begin Work on the Madisonville End of the Line In its issue of Friday June 30 the Madisonville Hustler says The railroad between Maduonville and Cloverport is assured Wednesday afternoon a corps of civil engineers under P C Grizzard ot Nashville to this city for the purpose of locating tbe line The arrival of those men casts aside doubts as to the construction of the road A line mrst be fret run across the county to locate the best route and after that is done the cost of grading can be figured- It is estimated that it will take five weens to run the line from this Franks Assignments Hon E T Franks collector of In ternal revenue for the second collec I tion district 9f Kentucky gave out the assignments of the gaugera and i storekeepergangers on Thursday The assignments became effective on July 1 Not mure than half of the regular force of government officers are assigned this time This is on account of practically nil of the distilleries closing down for the season The force ot near ly one hundred Is now out down to fortyfiveThe of interest in this county are as follows George Gray No 35H T Hessig Pad u cab M J Heist general S and G OwensboroD No 49 L D Addison Addison Buy it Now Now is the time to buy Chamber lains Ccho Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy It is certain to be neededt sooner or later and when that time comes you will need it badlyyou will need it quickly Buy it now I may save life For sale by Short Haynes Associated Press Censorship Seven hundred newspapers repre senting every conceivable view of every public queatiousit in judgment ulon the Associated Press dispatches A representative of each or these papers has a vote In the election of the management Every editor is jeal ously watching every line of the re port It must be obvious that any serious departure from an honest and impartial service would arouse a storm of indignation which would overwhelm any administration From Melville E Stones The Associated Press in the July Century 23 city to Cloverport When this Iis done the chief engineer will report the cost and the bonds will be issued The rigbt of way tins practically been secured in HopKins county but In a few places the owners have not agreed to give the right of way It ia thought they will readily grant a I little of their property in considera tion of an increase of their land which is bound to follow when the road is builtFrom this county the snryeyors will j run a line to Point Pleasant anti from there by the way of Sacramento or Bremen Both towns will be touched n by the survey and the one offering the best Inducements will get the road 1 This road will traverse one of the richest mineral sections of the state which has been heretofore undeveloped It will place Madisonville and other towns along the line right at the door of Louisville by connecting with the Henderson Route at Clover port and also tbe Ohio river Very few people realize the business this road would do in a very short while In the next ten years the government of is going to need millions uponl millions tons of coal in tlia construc tion of the Panama canal With an outlet to the Ohio river the coal lands along this route will be opened and the coal can be placed at the canal 1 zone as cheap or cheaper than froinI any other section of the United States of Will Connect With hHenderson Route Over Branch A Report t A dispatch from Hartford to Fridays Courier Journal read as follows Articles were today tilea in tho of office of the County Court Clerk incorporating the Madisouville Hartford end Eastern Railroad Company The incorporators are H H Holeman Georgo R Lynn and W P Ross er Madisonville J W Ford Rowan Holbrook John T Moore and K E Lee Siuimertnan Hartford The principal place cf business of the cor of poration will ho Hartford and J W 1 Ford will DC its president The object of the corporation is to Construct a standardguage railroad from Madison ville through Hopkins Muhlenberg McLean and Oho counties via Hart ford to Mitchells Station on the Irv- ington branch of the Louisville Hen derson and St Louis railroad II It Remarkable Airship Flight Toledo OJune 30Navigating the air at the height of a mile Roy Kna benshne uade the tirst perfect tight with his airship this morning He- went at 0 oclock and demonstrat 0Ied that he had the ship under perfect control at all tunes His entire flight was over 15 miles and at no time Is was tne ship unmanageable The airship bailed over the city I made a landing on the Spitzer Building as easy fa it it was stppng from a trolley wire and remained there for G minutes Knabenshue and his ship at times were lost in the clouds The airship was brought gently to ward the earth ana then would asc end again Knabenshue manipulated the ship with perfect ease and as it gradually grew in the spectators sight it was evident that he would make his landing In spite of the strong wind against him The pills that act as a tonic and not as a drastic purge are DeWitts Little Early Risers They cure Headache Constipation Biliousness etc Mrly Risers aro small easy to take and easy to Hcta safe pill Mack Hamilton hotel clerk at Valley City NDsaja Two bottles of these Famous Little Pills cured me of chronic constipa tionGood for either children or adults W H Howell Hduston Tex says For years I have used Little Early Riser Pills in my family No better pill can be used for constipation sick headache etc than these famous pills Scores ot testimonials prove their worth Sold by All Druggists I I In Employ of Frenchs Show Allen Cummings a stepson of Jacob Miner has a position with Frenchs New Sensation which sbowjj ed here on June 24 He is a veteran ofII the Boer war and has been with somoI of the countrys large circuses i euro cure new blood strengthens the nerves tones up the digestion- If you want the BOON HEALTH LIQUOPEPSO Get a bottle today will do you more good than any medicine you can buy For by nil leading druggists you find your drug store will be sent you by express prepaid upon receipt the regular price per bottle 0 bottles for 500 Address 20TH BROWNSVILLE TENNESSEE oY BIG STATE FAIR Kentucky Wile This Year Have Host i Creditable Exhibition Officers Elected and Work Begun The Kentucky State Fair bo held nt Lexington September 18 next will bo tho biggest andi IlSouthgating 25000 will be ottered l thus insuring the highest class ofrexhibitions oMivo stock of every description Officers have been elected and preliminary details arranged and the mamagement is now devoting itself to the tic 7lubltlOnKentucky has held two pre ious State fairs one at Louis ville in 1902 and one at Owens boro in 1903 Time first was scarcely success tho second an utter failure This year however lo catedat Lexington the center of the agricultural and live stock interests of the State tho fair is al most certain to prove winner It will be managed by Board of i Control composed of five directors the Kentucky Live Stock Breeders Association and three representatives of the Lexington Chamber of Commerce Thistt board met last week to tilnkoprer liminary arrangements Frank G Hogan of Anchorage president tho Kentucky Live Stock Breeders Association and one of the foremost breeders of Short i hornd cattle in the South was k chosen as president George A Bain the most famous auctioneer trotting horses in tho world was elected secretary J Wailer Rodes cushier of the Phoenix National Bank was made treasur and The Kentucky Farmer and Breeder published at Lexing ton was named an official organ the fair Offices have already 1 been opened at Lexington and nothing will bo left undone front this time forward to wake the fair the greatest possible success Smooth Article When yon find it necessary to use salve use DeWitts Witch Hazel SSmr Is the purest and best for Sores Burns Roils EczemaBliad Bleeding Itching or Protruding Piles Get the genuine DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Sold by All Druggists Vincennes Doing Good Business The poultry steamer Vincennes between Louisvillen and Rock port by M Norris Sc Co large wholesale poultry hcuso hf Now York doing very good business at all way stations along the Ohio Tho boat s makes a round trip between Louisville i and Rockport once week buying poultry going both ways and acingLouisville as its shipping point by railThe Vincennes was put in the Louis ville and Evansville trade at first but itwas found that her capacity wastt overtaxed in making all the towns between these cities and she now goes down the river only to Rpokport READ TIllS Louisville Ky Oct 1 1009tDr EW Hall St Louis MoDear SirI suffered four years with kidney and rheumatic trouble At times conld not raise my arms up md pains in my ankles were so severe could hard ly walk Your Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery has cured me and recommendingIt i Yours truly JOHN SNYDER 1815 16tb St A TEXAS WONDER One small bottleot the Texas Won der Haps Great Discovery cures alliI i kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emis sions weaK and lame backs rheu matism and nil irregularities of the tcidneys and bladder in bpth men and women 5 regulates bladdej trouble G in children If not sold by your druggist it will be sent by mall on receipt of g1 One small bottle is tsp months treatment and seldom failsii to perfect cure Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer P 0 Box 029 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggists LIQUO PEPSO THE MARVELOUS TONIC DELICIOUS AND NUTRITIOUS A positive guaranteed for Indigestion Constipation Inactive Liver Dyspepsia Biliousness Loss of Appetite and a complete cure for all Stomach and Bowel troubles It tho greatest medicine known modern times the best because effects a complete It males y Stomach to perfect i Itof use sale If fall to It nt It of 100 or THE CENTURY CHEMICAL COMPANY yh iy AI to a a a J r i A l J a a n I I a Is to It Is It THE 20TH CENTURY LIVER PILL laanuptodatopill They make n clear head and a sound liver It is the only pill that will give you satisfaction and perfect relief it will not gripe not make you sick but reaches the Uvcr Just right They are the best you can take and tho best your money can buy One trial will convince you Price 25 cents per box of 30 pills Sent postpaid upon receipt of the price Get a box Ifyoirdrug I gist can not supply you send to us at once 11- r 1s I 9 r T r r I j jI 4 T M The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY July 5 1003 Owensboro Tobacco Convention TJpTo Date Farming This convention will be composed of the leading tobacco men in each tobac co district in tha United States Eac one of the 139 counties producing more than one million pounds should have a representative in attendance This iis to be the most important meeting of tobacco men ever held and promises much for the wren who plant tobaccoI The little city of Owensboro will ex tend a royal welcome and the tobacco producing business is to be put on a sure and solid foundation- At this cdvention the following facts will be ascertained and made public The amount of each class and grade of ountters the amount in the hands of the farmers the prices paid by the con sumers the cost of manufacturing ahd handling tobacco the profits secured by each class ot dealers and handlers the amount required for consumption during the succeeding year With these facts before them it will not be difficult for the representatives of the tobacco growers to say what each class and grade is worth After this is done the delegates will turn their attention to ways and means of grading storing anti holding tobacco and will provide for all emergencies Steps will be taken to finish the work of organization at once Delegates to this convention should be chosen and qualified not later than August 15th These delegates should be chosen in time to make complete reports of the conditions in their county the amount of tobacco produced its grade quality etc- Indigestion Cured There is no case of Indigestion Dyspep sla or Stomacn Trouble that will not yield to the digestive and strengthen- Ing influence of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure This remedy takes the strain off the stomach by digesting what you eat and allowing it to rest until it grows strong again Kodol Dyspepsia Jure affords quick and permanent relief from Indigestion and all stomach troubles builds up the system and so purifies that disease can not attack and gain a foothold as when in a weakened condition The constantly increasing use of Koaol Dyspepsia Cure by phy sicians of hospital and general practice of itself tells how true most wonderful modern discovery has poven to be the greatest digestant for the alleviation of a suffering humanity Its many cures of both children and adults grows large dnpby day Sold by All Druggists Railroad Outlook The outlook for a railroad from Point Pleasant to Fordsville or Cloverport is still very good but there is yet work for everyone who is in favor of the roadto do says the Hartford Repu lican A good portion of the right of way has been procured but much is yet to be ob tained The proposition submitted by the company to Ohio county people is un alterable They propose to build the road a standard gauge steam railroad if we people in Ohio county will furnish the road bed and donate 25f00 There is no alteration in the proposition If we fail on our part the opportunity of a lifetime to hav a railroad through the interior of Ohio county will be lost In other words it is up to Ohio county peo pIe If we want a railroad bad enough to put forth the proper efforts we can get it otherwise it is lost Come what shall we do If built our county will blossom like a rose First And Last Pastorate- Rev J F Winchell of Tobinsport under date of June 26 writes to the Western Recorder as follows Last Sunday at Hites Run church a young man of much promise was received for baptism and in the evening was baptized also his mother sister anduncle The cause at this old church is looking up again Some much needed repairs have r cently been done adding greatly to the comfort and convenience ot the people We thank God and take courage This church is very dear to her pastor as his first and last pastorate 1 was first called there as supply in 1870 preached for five years and have had two short pastor ates since the present one is in the second year It will close with the calender year There is a good prospect then for the church to move up to halftime service May the Lord lead is the desire of pastor Half Crop in Hancock Mr Andrew Jackson a very sue cessful tobacco raiser of Chambers in Hancock county wall in the city yes terday with his crop which he sold He says the Hancock crop will beI shorter than over before and will not average more than half a cropHe saysI the dry weather out the crop down but that the growers are thoroughly disgusted with their experience in raising tobacco for little pay and thatI they are determined to quit prodnciLg Ume9fwtn8boro i t Hancock Oil Company Assigns There was filed for record in the Han cock county clerks office a deed ofr assignment from the Indiana and Kentucky Oil couipanyorgauized under the laws of the Territory of Arizona to the Louisville Trust company This company has a well across the river on the Floyd Mason farm about hour miles above Cannel ton and has thousands of acres under lease m Han cock county just above the city there was erected recently a derrick with all necessary machinery for boring bu actual work never began + The deed of assignment does not hip t at financial troubles of any kind bu merely asserts that the assignment iis made for the best interests of the cOm- pany It also states that the general equipment of the company is to be sold and after the payment of any just claims the money is to be prorated among the stockholders The work in hand here has been un der the promotion of L S Powers Co Judge Wampler being actively en gagedHancock Clarion Dent Her Double I Knew no one for four weeks when I was sick witn typhoid anal kid ney trouble to writes Mrs Annie Hunt er of PittdburgPa and wnen I got better although I had one of tho best doctors I could get I was bent double and had to rest my hands on my knees when I walked From this terrible afiiction I was rescued by Elect 10 Bitters which restored my health and strength and now I can walk as straight as ever They are simply wonderful Guaranteed to cure stom ach liver and kidney disorders at Short Haynes drug store price OOc To Decide on Barbecue Date Chas B bkillrnan says the Masons will decide on the date of their fourth annual barbecue at the next regular meeting Friday evening July 7 The barbecue will be given the litter part of August The annual barbecnea given by the Masons Save been the biggest successes in point of attendance and financial results of the kind in the county They will put forth every effort to make the barbecue this year eclipse those in the past three years Three Good and Just Reasons There Are three reasons why mothers prefer One Minute Cough Cure First It is absolutely harmless Second It tastes goodchIldren love it Third It pores Coughs Croup and Wnooping Cough when other remedies full Sold by All Druggists Rev Newsoms Great Success The scores of friends here of Rev J T Newsom of Murfreesboro Tenu the evangelist wno conducted the big revival at the Methodist church in February and March will be glad to learn that he is continu ing most successfully in his great worn of saving souls He recently closed a meeting at Paducah with 100 conversions and he is now holding one at Guthrie at which the con gregations have been so large that the church has been found too small to hold them and the opera house isI now being used To Give Big Barbecue in 1906 On July 4 1006 a big barbecue and picnic will be giv en at Hardinsburg by W N fate ot Mattingly and John ORiley and Jabal Hook of Hardmsburg It will be given on the turnpike near Haidinsbnrg at the same place where tne big barbecne was given yesterday by W N Pate Huse Alexander John ORiley andI Jubal Hook Mr Alexander being theI only member of this popular picnic firmI who will not be interested in the bar becue next year DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable I Almost everybody who reads the newsII papers Is sine to know of the wonderful by SwampRoot kidney remedy the medl of the nine century after research by the emi kidney and blad specIalist and wonderfully promptly curing lame back kidney uric acid troujI bles and BrIghts which is the worst j form of kdney Kilmers Is not recommended for Thecures you have kid ney liver or will be found just the remedy you IItt has been I in so many ways in work in private practice among too poor to pur chase relief and so successful in case that a arrangement ha been made by of this who have not may have a sample sent mail also a book telling more and how to find out if you have bladder trouble When writing this generous offer in this paper send your address Dr Kilmer Co I hamton N Y made Dr liver great dis years of Is Dr if it tested every pacr it bottle about regular fifty cent and Home of iilpRoot dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists Dont make any mistake but remember tho SwampHooton everp bottle A I + 5 a Rf I KENTUCKY Kentucky U Kentucky I love your bluegrass ways Your girls or matchless beauty And your glorious sunny days Where your flowers are ever blooming And bourbon juices flow Reminding me of childhood And the sweets of long ago Kentucky 1 0 Kentucky Wherever I may stray I hold in grand devotion graytAnd though the world rebuses me seatIn contemplating thee Kentucky 0 Kentucky I No other land or clime Can banish thy remembrance And the lovelit golden time That I passed amid thy bowers With glorious girls and boys In concentrated pleasure And illimitable joys Kentucky I O Kentucky I In the parlor street or fair You shine among the millions Ana are always getting there HeroIC is your manner To truth love and art A commonwealth of clory With a royal hand and heart Kentucky 0 Kentucky When I draw my latest breath I only crave the pleasure- To go to thee in death And if no other heaven Shall shine for me Ill be content forever- If uiv dust be mixed with thee John A Joyce in the Cattlotsburg Daily Press A Surprise Party A pleasant surprise party may be given to your stomach and liver by taking a medicine which will relieve their pain and discomfort viz Ir Kings New Life Pills They are a most wonderful remedy affording sure relief and cure for headstone dizziness and constipation25o at Short fir Haynes drug sore Meets at Louisville Next The International Sunday School convention will meet in Louisville in IgOS This was decided by a big vote at the convention at Toronto Canada tact week The Kentucky city was given an ovation The Rev Dr Hemphill and the Rev Horrace G Ogden presented the claims of the city by the Ohio falls to the delegates and My Old Kentucky Home was sung After that it was all over and there was nothing else to it but Louisville The greatest enthusiasm was manifest ed by the delegates when the selection was announced An Utterance of Deep Feeling We take this means or expressing our ileen gratitude to the many friends who so earnestly and tenderly helped us care tot our loved one during his long and fatal illness We wish to especially tender our thanks to those two faIth- ful servants Drs R T Dempster and J E Kincheloe who used their unquestionable skill to prolong his pre dons lite His devoted wife and loving sister Mary Lynch Katie McCabe To Set Date For Tent Meetings At the next Fifth Sunday ministers meeting of the Breckenridge Associa tion of Baptists the last of July dates will be set for tent meetings at Nortons Valley and Roberts Bottom to be con ducted by Rev E B English this summer These tent meetings were provided for at the last Fifth Sunday meeting of the Breckenridge Associa tion of Baptists Barge Launched TFSawyer launched a barge last week which he built from lumber composing the hull of a large coal barge which was caught here in the ice last winter and which he bought from the Consoli dated Coal S Coke company The barge was built on the river bank just below H L Morton St Sons saw mill J E Keith Has Hand Mashed While J E Keith and son Proctor Keith were at Rome Ind Friday erecting a monument the former bad his right hand very badly mashed by its being caught under a stone He re turned home Friday evening and had it dressed by Dr Simons The member swelled to almost twice its natural size and the injury was very painful He will not be able to use it much for some time asTORIaBun thetheKind You Have Always Bought Signature YIof Sanfords Fine In full assortments t Library nnd photo pa JNO D BABBAG1 Subscribe for School Building Improvements When the 10051000 session of the pnbhtj school convenes not September the interior of the building will make a much more attractive appeajpce than it has in the past Some improve ments are now being made and others soon will be The improvements in clude the ropapenug of all tbc rooms tbe enlarging of the blackboards and the installation of new single desks in the rooms occupied by the pupils of the primary intermediate and advanc ed departments The change from double to single desks in these rooms is an improvement in a number ot respects The principals room is ItlI ready equipped with single deskRI Forced to Starve B F Leek of Concord Ky says For 20 years I suffered agonies with palnfU1sometimes vainly trying everything else I cured i it with Buoklens Armca Save Its j great for burns cuts and wounds j At Short Haynes drug store Only 2lic More Rural Routes in OhioII Rural free delivery routes established nearly every month in one or more of the counties adjoining countyitselfpetitioned for only one Rural routes ordered established September 1 are Hartford Ohio county Route No 1 population 514 houses 121 Narrows Ohio county Route No2 population 518 houses 111 Boat and Show Both Bum No better description nan be given to Proto Frank H Rices floating theRIt tre whicn showed here last Thursday night than to say it was bum j which it was and everybody who at tended it said so Tne boat was no better than tne performance It is one of the small river shows and nas made Cloverport only twice It will not bo missed if it does not come again Prices Water Queen Friday Prices Water Queen a new mammoth floating theatre will be at the river next Friday night present ing a highclass vaudeville show This is one of the pioneer river shows and one whose coming is looked forward to here with much pleasure Every tning new but the name is the case with Prices show this year Will be Largely Attended The dedication of St Anthonys Catholic church at Long Lick on July 12 will no doubt be largely attended The church is a frame building but larger than the usual country house of worshipHenry HenryWattersons WattersonsLetters Europe Will Be A Leading Feature of Th- eCourier Journal During 1905 THERE WILL BE MANY OTHER ATTRACTIVE DEPARTMENTS ALL GOING TO MAKE A COM PLETE NEWSPAPER Mall Rate Dally CourierJournal 1 year 6 Dally and Sunday 1 year8V- eekly 1 year1COURI- ERJOURNAL COMPANY LOUISVILLE KY By a Special Arrangement you can get the- 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LOSCHAEFERTPAC- otton Cilt Route Cincinnati 0 I TELEPHONESAND SWITCHBOARDSALSO Stock of Elec 11Laroe Light Street Railway and Tele phone Supplies Con stantly on hand SEND FOR CATALOGUE JAS CLARK Jr CO 313 W Main St LOUISVILLE KYtt of 1 aa THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS I JNO D and V G BABBAGEII Editors and Proprietorsc Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year or 125 if paid at the end of year l CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per line- OBITUARIES charged 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 of When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as the new addr- essEIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY JULY 5 1905 THOUGHTS I fully indorse Dr Johnsons sentiment that anything which teaches us the value of our own powers which shows us it is possible to do what we had hitherto thought impossible is of the utmost value President Schurman of Cornell Printers like other peopleenjoy an outing once a year This explains why the News is one day lateIThe crowd at Hardinsburg Tuesday was estimated at 4000 to 5000 people and be it said to its credit and to the credit of the com munity it was sober and orderly It was a glorious Fourth Ideal weather conditions prevailed and evorbody took advantage of it for an outing The crowdat I Hardinsburg was simply an overflow Both picnics had about all j they could do c WIMT THE JfATIOJf XEEDS The Breckenridge News calls especial attention to the following sentences taken from President Roosevelts speech at Harvard If in the public mind the career of the scholar is regarded ascc of insignificant value when compared with that of a glorified pawn brokerandsome of the most conspicuous of our financial magnates J come fairly within the latter categorythen it will with difficulty be made attractive to the most vigorous and gifted of our American young men In business at the present day nothing could be more healthy than an immense reduction in the money value of the exceptionalI prizes to be won but in scholarship what is needed is the reverse So far as the alumni have weight I hope to see that weight feltII in a serious and sustained effort against the growing tendency to luxury and in favor of all that makes for democratic conditions J This nation never stood in greater need than now of having among its leaders men of lofty ideals which they try to live up to andC not merely to talk of 1 It is far more important that they men of vast fortunes should conduct their business affairs decently than that they shouldspend the surplus of their fortunes in philanthropy Every man of great wealth who runs his business with cynicalI contempt for those prohibitions of the law which by hired cunning he can escape or evade is a menace to our community and the community is not to be excused if it does not develop spirit which actual ly frowns on and discountenances him A great lawyer who employs his talents and his learning in the highly remunerative task of enabling a very wealthy client to over ride or circumvent the law is doing all that in him lies to encourage the growth in this country of a spirit of dumb anger against all laws c andof disbelief in their efficacy Mr Roosevelt speaks to the point He is a man that never speaks but what it means something Whether it is spoken to Harard graduates or to the undergraduates or to the common people there is a lesson for all of us What we want in this countryin this county of Breckenridge is a higher standard of citizenship in business in morals in politics in religion in every walk of life And these words of Mr Roosevelt burn with that spirit Let us get in touch with what he says live it and act in our own lives Make your word good Make it good with your meat manyour grocer and your home paper Paying promptly is the life of bnsic ness and this applies to newspapers as well as to your meat man your grocer or your bank The newspaper man cant run without money j any more than any other business man He has to collect what is due him just like other people If you owe your newspaper dont get mad if the editor wants his money and sends in his bill with request to remit You dont know how it is with him Perhaps he hasnt is much capitalas you think he has and he needs money to pay hisI hands and his paper bill Labor dont wait nether do the paper men They both shut down on him if he fails to pay promptly And this is why the paper man like other men sends out his bills Its just a matter of business So dont get mad Why bless your dear souls if we were to get mad every time a man sent in his bill we would be in the asylum right now Our banks are all right All of them are in good condition Some have more money than the others and thats allright too They all cant have the same Some are older some are more enterprising and make greater efforts for business and some have the knack of getting itjust like some merchants But the main thing withour banks is they are all prosperous and are making a little better show ing every year Their business is growing and this speaks well for the community Banks arttan index to the business of the county If the people are prosperous it shows in the bank statements In the six banks whose statements appear in this issue there is on deposit 54555001 and it all belongs to the people of Breckenridge county We remember the time when we had only one bank and when the deposits run up tol 10000000 we thought that was a big lot of money for Brcckenridgo county Now it is more than five times as muclmnd yet some of us are not happy we want more The Bank Hardinsburg is one of the eleven banks in Kentucky whose surplus and undivided profits equal the capital stock In the light of the fact that there are four hundred and twenty ba nks in the State and that several score of these are in larger towns and cities than Hardinsburg this is a remarkable showing and a most excellent in dication of the largeI and profitable business being done by this well i 1 tt J = u NasalFlY3SAM BAIM CATARRH rgRR In alllti stages coteNEllp Elys Cream Balm elanseeeootheeandhealethe eoite away a cold In the head quicklyCream Balm laI placed Into the noetrileipreadi over the membrane and li absorbed Relief liIm mediate and k cure follow It Is not dryingdoe not produce sneering Large Size 60 ants at Drug gusts or by mall Trial Size 10 cent ELY bROTHERS M Warren Street New Yo- rkANNOUNCEMENTS FOR JAILER WE are authorized to announce W THall Rockvalo for the office of Jailer of BreckenrldRe county subject to the action the Republican party- QUARTERLY REPORT 1 OF TH- EFarmers Bank Hardinsburg Ky At the close of business on the 30th day of June 100- 5RESOURCES Loans and discounts I 34169 39 Overdrafts secured 197 Overdrafts unsecured U Hue from Nationalhunks 1650528 from State Banks and Bankers 891 75 Due from Trust Com panies 00 7307 03 Banking House and lot 00 Other Real Estate 00 Mortgages 513824 U S Bonds 0- 0OtherStocksandnonds 500000 Specie 673 24 Cnrrency 2068 00 2741 24 Exchange for clearings 370 00 Other Items carried as Cash 2Z 45 Furniture and Fixtures b75 00 Fund to pay Taxes Current Expenses Last 422 14 Giivvedescription location value and how long owned all real estate except banking house and lot If any owned longerthan live years None foe 315 10 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid In In cash 115000 00 Surplus Fund 175 00 Undivided Profits C2 32 Due Depositors as fol lows vlzl- Deposits subject to check on which Int Is not paid 117646 48 Deposits subject to check on which Int Is paid 00 Demand certificates of deposits on which Int Ispald 00 Time certificates of de posits on which Int Is paid 23431 96 Savings deposits on which Int Is paid 00 Certified Checks 00 41078 44 Due National Banks 00 Due State Banks and Bankers 00 Due Trust Companies 00 00 Cashiers Checks outstanding 00 Bills rediscounted 00 Unpaid dividends 00 Taxes due and unpaid 00 Capital Stock not paid 00 SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of Indebtedness of any stockholder person com pany or firm Including In the li ability of the company or firm the liability of the Individual members thereof directly or In directly If such Indebtedness ex ceeds 20 per cent of capital stock actually paid In and actual amount of surplus of the bank 00 How Is Indebtedness In above Item 1 secured See Section 53 Kentucky Statutes Highest amount of Indebtedness of any director or olllcer It amount of such Indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paid up capital stock of bank 00 See Section 5S3 Kentucky Statutes How Is same secured Does amount of Indebtednesof any lncludPug pany or firm the liability of the Individual members thereof ex ceed 30 per cent of paid up capital and actual surplus 00 If so state amount of such Indebt edness Amount of last dividend 3 percent June 30 1P05 45000 Were all expenses losses Interest and taxes deducted therefrom be fore declaring dividend and was not less than 10 per cent of net profits of the bank for the period covered by the dividend carried to the surplus fund before said dividend was declaredYes 50 00 See Section 51HJ Kentucky Statutes j fitO 315 76 KENTUCKY SHCountyi Tno DShaw Cashier of The farmers Bank a Dank located and doing business in the town of Hardinsburg In said county being duly sworn says the foregoing report Is in all respects a true strtement of the condition of the said bank at the close of busi ness on the 30th day of June 1905 to the best of his knowledge and belief and further says that the business of said bank has been trans acted at the location named and not else where and that the above report Is made In compliance with an official notice received from the Secretary of State designating the SOth day of June 1903 as the day on which such report shall be made Subscribed and sworn to before me by Jno D Shaw the First day of July 1905 W K Barnes N P B C My commission expires January 1908 J W TEAFF J W GUTHRIE Directors A R KINCHELOEJNO W Cashier Worn will commence on a onion depot in a very few days This was the statement of Mr A M MuUraok en general manager of the L H and tit L Railroad company whb spent several days in the city last week and who returned to Louisville yesterday He with other officials was matting preparations for the right of way for the Illinois and the L and N roads The station will be constructed at a cost between J30000 and 35100 Sunday a Owens MessengerGeneral Debility Day in and out there is that feeling of weakness that makes a burden of itself Food does not strengthen Sleep does not refresh It is hard to do hard to bear what should be easy Is the ebb and the whole system Hoods For this Sarsaparillaii IS vitalizes tho blood gives vigor and tone to all the organs and functions and Is positively unequalled for all rundown or lebllltated conditions UOODS Nuts cure conitlpatiou 2J eau I r l Ar i Condensed Statement of Condition of Bank of Hardinsburgt Hardinsburg Ky At the Close of Business June 30 1905I RESOURCES Notes and Bills 20275441 Overdrafts 122593 Cash in Safe and other Banks5067500 Stocks and Bonds 366522 Banking House and Lot180000Ot- her RealI Estate 38679 Furniture and Fixtures400 00 ttTotnL 26110735 There is no too small to use our bank to are anxious for the small accounts and accounts of ladies children It is a for the child to have a bank account and form habits pay interest on time I QUARTERLY REPORT OF THE First State Bank At the close of business on the 30th day ofI June 190- 5RESOURCES Loans and discounts t 40397 45 Overdrafts secured 741 d3 Overdrafts unsecured 318 4 Due from National hunks f 6095 32 Due from State Banks and Bankers 00 Due from Trust qom panics 00 609532 Banking House and lot 4000 00 Other Real Estate 00 Mortgages 00 U S Bands 00 Other Stocks and Bands 00 Specie 693 22 Currency 2100 00 5093 2Z Exchange for Clearings 00 Other Items curried as Cash 474 OC Furniture and Fixtures 1000 00 Fund to pay Taxes Of Current Expenses Last Quarter 32 02 32OS Give description lo a tlon value and how long owned all real estate except banking house and lot If any owned longer than five years f 56052 OL LIABILITIES Capltat Stock paid In In cash 15000 00 Surplus Fund 12001t7i 00 Undivided Profits 33 Duo Depositors as fol lows vi- zDeposits subject to chock on which Int Is not paid 18272 05 Deposits subject to check on which Int Is paid 00 Demand certificates of deposits on which Int Is paid 00 Time certificates of de- posIts on which Int Is paid 1759520 Saving Deposits on which fat Is paid 00 Certified Checks 1350 35880 i5 Due National Hanks 00 Due State Banks and Bankers 00 Due Trust Companies 00 Of Cashiers Checks outstanding Of Hills rediscounted 3000 00 Unpaid dividends Taxes due and unpaid 00 Capital Stock not paid Highest amount of Indebtedness of any stockholder person com pany or firm including Inthe li blllty of the company or firm the liability of the Individual mem bers thereof directly or Indirect ly If such Indebtedness exceeds 20 per cent of capital stocK act ually paid In and actual amount of surplus of the bank 00 How Is Indebtedness stated Inabove Item 1 secured 00 See Sec 583 Kentucuy Statutes Hlghtest amount of Indebtedness of any director or officer If amount of such Indebtedness exceeds 10 percent of paid up capital stock of BanK 00 See Sec 583 KentucKy Statutes How Is same secured 00 Does of Indebtedness of company or drm including In the liability of the company or firm the liability of the Individual members thereof exceed 30 per cent of paid up capital and actual surplus 00 If so state amount of such Indebt edness 00 Amount of last dividend 00 Were all expenses losses Interest and taxes deducted therefrom before declaring dividend and was not less than 10 per cent of net profits of the banK for the period covered by the dividend carried to the surplus fund be fore said dividend was declared Yes See Sec 590 Kentucky Statutes t 56052 08 STATE or KENTUCKY I County of llrecKenrldge Iss W J Piggott President of The First State DanK a DanK located and doing business In the town ot Irvington Ky In said county being duly sworn says the foregoing report Is In all respects a true statement of the con- ditiOn of the said banK at the close of busi ness on the 30th day of JunelK5to the bestof his knowledge and belief and further says that the business of said Hank has been tran sacted at the location named and not elsewhere and that the above report Is made In compliance with nn olUclal notice received from tho Secretary of State designating the 30th day of June 1903 as the day on which such report shall bo made Subscribed and sworn to before me by W J Plggott the 3rd day of July 1M3 H H Kemper N P My commission expires Jan 18 1908 W J PIpgott President Jno R Wimp Director D C Heron RiM Jolly I i t r LIABILITIESi Capital Stock v 2500000 rProfitsDeposits 21097572ii Dividend No 29 due July 1 1905 f fat 4 per cent 100000 r 10735JJ Total1 261 business advantage We and splendid education methodical business We depositspp IM 0- 0SUPPLEMENTARY amount known institution as well as of its absolute integrity and stability Twentynine dividends of 1000 each have been paid in the fifteen years of its existence and the stock is now worth more than twice its original price A glance at the condensed statement of the conditioi i of the bank in this issue at the close of business June 30 will showI the scale on which it is doing business We congratulate Mr Beard the efficient cashier on its excellent showing and great prosperity t Ylclom Miss Million ofuncertnln age The only thing that worries me is tho wed ding tour It will be perfectly horrible to have people know Miss Rosebud viciously Ob dont worry Theyll think youre his mother To Hide It HewIttWhat are you growing a beard for JewlttWell I dont mind telling you that I am wearing a neck tie my wife gave me Harsh counsels have no effect They are the hammers which are always repulsed by the nnvll Helvetlus I Gets Position at Asylum Big Spring Ky July 4Speolal Henry Bush left Thursday for Hopkinsville where he goes as an at tendant at the State asylum for the in sane in that city Card of ThanksItWe wish to extend our thanks to the many friends and relatives for their kindness shown us during the last sickness and death of our darling little precious baby girl Roberta Catherine Robert and Kate Weatherford Sanfords Fine Inks 6 MucilageI- n full assortments of handy size bottles 1 Library and photo pastes to boot JNO D BABB AGE School books etc Subscribe for the NEWS VLPICE ICE ICE The Cloverport Water Light and Ice Company are now making ice It is good solid and cold made from 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 I for price f 1J ALie FORT Mgr r4a4a Cloverport Water Light and Ice Co KyLvwNLMJflW1rLn41uufuLrthJitIn ooi BowlingGreen IliSustainsIli J r To Cure a Cold in One Day Q4 eo GrIp III1fa Two Days Take Laxative 8romo Quinine T lets A N Oft lIVerY Seven MDIoB boxes sold In past 12 elontkt This signaturertvlI Itox35C i I ii I OJ 11c J 1 Jr t IH n n Jr Pillswi- ll save the dyspeptic from many days of misery and enable him to ea whatever he wishes They proven t fi SICK UEADACUEIcause the food to assimilate and nour 4Ishthe body give keen appetite DEVELOP FLESH and solid muscle Elegantly sugar coated Take No Substitute The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY July 5 19W D J3 Duncan was up from Owens boro Sunday Lunches served at all hours at the English Kitchen W C Pierceall of Mayfield is via Iting Father 0 Brey Miss Mamie Graham has returnsI from a visit at Ekron Milk shake cold as ice can make it at the English Kitchen WllhBowmer was here from Louts villa part of the past week All kinds of soft drinks right off the ice at the English Kitchen Try our 15 cent lunch It is good and big English Kitchen Tracy Axton of Owensboro wasI here part of last week visiting friends Willis Lewis cf Bedford Ind busI been here this week visiting relatives Miss Loraine Morris arrived Thursday for a visit to Miss Margaret Moor manFather Edwin Drury of Knottsville was the guest of Father U Brey las weer Mrs A A LaHeist of New Albany has been here this week visiting rela tivesMr and Mrs Walter Graham hav been here from Owensboro visiting re latives Mrs Thomas Watkins has arrived from St Joseph Mb for an extended visit to relatives H 0 Harper of Petit Station Daviess county has moved here with his family A Miss Eliza Squires of Hardinsbnrg has been visiting her sister Mrs Larain Gibson Miss Annie Jarboe has returned from a visit of several weeks to rela tives at Ssillman Mrs Martha Jane Stephens of Col umbus City Ind is the guest of her son J 0 Stephens Mr and Mrs Wm Gnan came up from Owensboro Saturday to spend a R week at the Tar Springs Mrs R N Hudson and daughter Virginia leave tomorrow for a months stay at Virginia Beach Va Mrs C A Crary and children have arrived from Huntington W Va for an extended visit to her parents Mr and Mrs A H Murray Mrs J G Harris and daughter Miss Jennie Mabel will go to Brain ard Minn this month to visit her sister Mrs J W Johnstone i Mr and Mrs Thomas Daniel were at Blackford church Hancock county last Wednesday attending the ordina tion of their nephew H D Rice John Agnew of Ponlotoc Miss arrived Sunday for a visit to his pa r- rents Mr and Mrs Gardner Agnew His wife and child have been here several weeKS Walter Foreline colored cleans and presses clothes and cleans ladles sKirts Have him call if you want anyII work in this line done He does good work He will call on you at your residence J every Monday and Wednesday NOTICE TO CREDITORS Breckenridge Circuit CourtIMarian Goodmans o plaintiffs vs act No 2842 Thomas luncan o Defendants All persons having claims against the estate of Mariah Goodman deceas ted are hereby notified to present their claims properly proven before me on 1 or before the first Monday of October 1905 Lee Walls C BU OI 1 LOCAL BRIEFS r i C Milt Matheney went to BowellE 4 Ind Friday to inspect trains several weeks for the Henderson Route Jack Pnmphrey of near hereii was overcome by the heat FrIdaytt We like best to callhSCOTTS EMULSION a food because it stands so em phatically for perfect nutrition I And yet in the matter of restor I newIi Chemistf09o4IS York Sac udloo all drucgfeu t morning while in town He was at tended by Dr Lightfoot and was taken to the home of his sister Mrs 0 DeHaven It was the second time he has been affected seriously by the heat His condition was much improv ted Saturday I Piss Eatherine Moorman who ha been indisposed several days has re covered rMrsJ HHowland gave a G oclock dinner Thursday evening in honor of Miss Louise Eeisker of Louisville Miss Louise Babbages guest Rev Sebree of Lonisvilleh as been supplying for Rev Ballon pastor of the colored Baptist church who Isi taking his vacation Lilhon Smith left Sunday morning for Cincinnati to attend the Cincin nati School of Art tor three months byIHurry Newsom Both young menI navo decided talent and a course in this wellKnown school will prepare them to take up drawing and paint ing as a profession The Union Bible Club will meet next Tuesday afternoon with Mrs J T Daniel Rev T C Kerr of Hodgenville preached at the Presbyterian church dunday morning and evening There was no preaching service at theI Methodist or Baptist churches Rev King is still onhis vacation at Smith Grove and will not preach at the Methodist church until Sunday July calledtfrom Irvington will preach at the Baptist church next Sunday Numerous complaints are being dangereons condition of the flooring of th iron bridge over Clover creeK thee being one hole near the center five inches wide and two and a half feet long and several others which a person with a smalll foot could step throughThe Womans Foreign Missionary Society and the Clover Blossoms th juvenile missionary sooietymet at the Methodist church Monday afternoon to hear the report of the delegates of toe recent State meeting at Bowling Green Mies Grace Plank represented the Womans Foreign Missionary Society and Miss Margaret Burn the Clover Blossoms Prof H K Taylor of Louisville was here Friday in the interest of his training school at Beechmont He went from here to Hardinsbnrg to ad dress the county teachers institute in session there last week from Monday until Saturday The praise service conducted by the Epworth League at the Methodist chnrcn Sunday evening had some very good features that were appreciated hy those in attendance A duet sung by Miss Eva May and Dr A A Simons and a number of anthens and hymns which bad been specially prepared for the service by the choir were very well received Prof J P King con ducted the service delivering a very appropriate prayer and reading an in teresting and wellprepared paper on Independence Day the League topic for last Sunday A new roof has been put on Tar creek bridge near town and new sills put in position attong other re pairs but the foundations have not been straightened as they should be it is said This bridge has long need ed repairing and the work recently none on it is greatly appreciated by the citizens of this part of the county Warfield Collins is at home this week from nut on the branch of the Henderson Route He has a position with the bridge crew between Irving ton and Fordsville The moonlight picnic given Friday night at the home of Wm N Johnson near here on the pike was barely- a financial success just a small sum being realized by the undertaking The unusually rainy weather of the past few weeds lice had a dampening effect on picnic Wilbur Hamman will leave this morning tor New York where he will take a course in cutting in a tailor ing school He first thought of going to Chicago but finally decided on New York Ho was formerly in the tailor ing business at Little Rock Ark and as been here two weeks visiting relatives Rev J T Lewis of Irvington who succeeds Rev S 0 Christian as pastor of the Baptist church will move here next Thursday with his family Masonic Barbecue August 5 TheMasonio lodge at Hardinsbnn Is making preparations for the big barbecue it will give on August 6 iJ DR R P KEENE mmTAYLOR Representing KEENE TAYLOR S V I DENTISTS y l I OWENSBORO 8OF n Will be In Dr Lllthtfoots office I week out ot cacti prepared toriwalt on aU wlsblnmonthb Class Den f tlstry J ItWIIIf I MATTINGLY Miss Callie Walls is quite sick Miss Lola Brickey has returned from McQnady Miss Billa Howard has return home from Toronto Canada Rev Jones of Cloverport tilled his appointment here last Sunday Mrs W B Tanl and Miss May Perkins went to Oloverport last Friday T N BncKey went to Evansville last Sunday to visit his daughter Mrs O W Sanders I E Bickey who has been visiting his sons James and Willie Bickey at Vanzant has retunea home Miss Clara Mattingly daughter of Mr and Mrs Fn nk Mattingly fis ill with litlte chance of recovery Mr and Mrs C B Pate of Clover port came out last Friday to visit their daughter Mrs Alfred Hawkins Robbie Mattingly of Evansville came up last Saturday to visit his parents Mr and Mrs RC Matting- ly During one ot the recent rain storms Mrs Letitia Brickey of Clover creek had a tint cow srrucK by lightning Iand killed A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES I Itching Blind Bleeding or Protruding Piles Druggists round money It PAZO OINTMENT tails to euro any case no mntter ot how long standing In 6 to 14 Jays irs youedruggist hasnt It send 50c In stamps and 1 ItI will be forwarded postpaid by Paris Medi MotMan Here Monday Didnt Know His Name or How lie Came Here Lawrence F Clark of Jellico Tenn was a man who was here owename the tname of his home own or now he got to Cloverport Mr Clark came here on the early evening trai i from Louisville Sunday and stopped at the St George Hotel He left Monday afternoon for London Ky t visit his wire who is there the goes ot her relatives He had a high fever when he came and when he left and was a very sick man Betore he left he found out his name and his ad dress which mental aberration ha d caused him to forget Monday morning Dr Simons was called to the St George to see Mr Clark He found he lead a very high fever When questioned Mr Clark could tell nothing whatever about himself not even his own name He was under the care of Dr Simon during the day and was at his ofc and A R Fishers drugstore part of the time He improved later in the clay It was ut the drugstore wher- he found out his name while readin a letter from his wife he bad placed in a magazine The happiness that this discovery gave him was amusing though pathetic to the bystanders Finally he onrne to himself better andI said that he was from Jellico and en route to London He didnt remember where he bought a ticnet to come to Cloverport Marsha DeHaven telegraphed to a number of towns but could learn nothing about him Dr Simons is of the opinion that the man was on the verge of an attack of typhoid fever and that this caused his mental aberration The Fourth of duly was very quiet here A large number of people from here attended picnics at Cannelton J Hardinabnrg and Hawesville About all the city council the at its regular meeting Monday night in the way ot new business was to order repairs on streets badly washed by the heavy rain of June 20 AyersWhat are your friends saying tt- about you That your graydhair makes you look oldnAnd yet you are not forty Postpone this looking old Hair Vigor S Use Ayers Hair Vigor and restore to your gray hair all the deep dark rich color of early life then be satisfied II Ayeri Hair Vigor restored the natural color tom gray hair and 1 am greatly pleated Itli all you claim for It Milo Eo J YANDEOAH Uecbanlcirllle X y Alldo saltsfor J Ixiwoll cA II- aDark Hair r W WantsAdvertisements Inserted under this bead at one cent a word per week = u u u u FOR SALETHAI AND HARNESS CON SALE A tourseated Columbus trapI condltlonFOR RENTSTOKE ROOM FOR RENTOne lUKe store room In Ma Temple One location For rates and IInrdlnsburFOR SALE PRI TING Presses and Cutting machines machinesAlsoOasolineEnginesMIARTIN Louisville ICy FOR SALETUITION CERTIFICATE FOR SALETuItion Certificate In Bryant LoulsvllleedenrlURe News Cloverport ICy EOR SALEFARM FOIL SIIIy farm ot 107 acres on Clover JohnsontarmgrasslandeasygJ 1L Blythe Cloverport Ky HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES One way second class colonist tickets to South and Southeast first and third Tuesdays each month at reduced rates Homeseekers Excursions to all points to which homeseekers rates apply One way colonists rates to California and the Northwest March 1 to May 15 and Sept 15 to Oct 31 1905 Niagara Falls Excursions July 27 Aug 3 Aug 17 Aug 24 On abovo dates rate of 11370 for round trip Cloverport to Niagara Falls Rna return eood to return twelve days from date of sale will be made QUARTERLY REPORT OF THE Two States Bank At the close of business on tho 30th day of June 1005 RESOURCES 71rOverdrafts unsecured Due from National 20Due s 00Due01XI6IlanklnlOther teal Estate Mortgages U S Bonds Other Stocks and Bonds 00n 6321 00 Exchange for Clearings Other Items carried as 18nCash I Current Expenses Last Quarter Current Expenses Last 50018att1on value and how long owned all teal bankinghouse owned longer than Qve years f 691100 21 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid In In cash f 15000 00 Surplus Fund 317 If8 Undivided frosts 1083 se Due Depositors as fol lows viz- Deposits subject to check on which hit Is not paid f 23459 07 Deposits subject to check on which Int Is paid Demand certificates of deposits on which Int paido cahs of de posits on which Int Is paid 10500 00 44959 C7 Savings Deposits on paidCertilled hunksgand Hankers CompaniesCashiers standing kills rediscounted Unpaid dividends Taxes due and unpaid Capital Stock not paid SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of Indebtedness of any stockholder company or firm Including In the 11j ability of the company or firm the llaolllty of the Individual members thereof directly or In directly If such Indebtedness exceeds 20 perrent of capital stock actually paid In and actual amount ot surplus of the bunk None How Is Indebtedness stated in above Item 1 secured See Sec 5S3 Kentucky Statutes Highest amount of Indebtedness of any director or otllcer If amount of such Indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paid up capital stock of bank None See Sec 5i3 Kentucky Statutes How Is soma secured Does amount of Indebtedness of any person company or firm In cluding in the liability of tho company or firm the liability of the Individual members thereof exceed 30 per cent of paid up NoItedncfes Amount of last dividend S600 00 Were all expenses losses Interest and taxes deducted therefrom before declaring dividend and was not less than 10 per cent otInet profits of the bank for the period covered by the dividend carried to the surplus fund be YesSeet 01600 21 TATE OF KENTUCKY 1 cqCountyf StatesBankcountybelnlIn all respects a true statement of the con ition of the said Hank at the close of busi ess on the 30th day of June 1903 to the best saysthattransacted at tine location named and not elsewhere and that the abovo report Is made In compliance with an olllclul notice received from the Secretary of State designating the 30th of June 1905 as tho day on which such report shall be mode Subscribed and sworn to before me by John Adair the 3rd day of July 1005 W P HOOK ClerK HrocKcnrldgo Co Court By n S SKILLMANI DC G W PAYNE I It A SHELLMAN J Directors It A I SMITHJOHN S ADAIR Cashier I MEET ME AT NOLTES After the Fourth youll want to be com fortable just the same The really hot weather has only just begun so youll want cool apparel Straw Hats Serge Coats Negligee Shirts Belts Lace or Lisle Hosiery Low Cut Shoes Sun or Rain Um brellas Fans Neckwear Collars Yours for comfort J C Nolte Bro Cloverport Ky to Ky Wants time and will pay on same Board of is com posed of eleven of the saf est and most men in the county for Mrs MIss Lelia have gone to Webb Miss to VIsit Mr and Mrs Frank Shell of is Mr and Mrs Beard Mrs of is Mr and Mrs M H Beard Mies Lillie of is Mr and Mrs Altred Hes Jane Brooks of is the guest of Mr and Mrs W B Lennin I the Sam of Texas is near Hart lns burg This is his first visit in eight and Mrs J T F Owen of were their ter Mrs Owen at Lewis port last week of Fine the fine horse to Gen D R by the Fourth and used by him the war died last Ky July An game of ball was here by and the scorn was 0 to 7 in favor of By day The is not serious Dr was Who has once used GOLD DUST is to use that and no is the flour that is by i good cooks and good livers Get the habit of using CADICKS It is a good habit sure to give the best to all of your house hold C dick MillitYg CofGRANDVIEW IND Send in your Subscription The NEWS State Bank of Ky Owensboro deposits interest directors influential Write Particulars Additional Hardinsburg Rebecca McUaryand daughter manMiss Emily McAteer Louisville visiting Taylor Nannie Wathen Irvington visiting Moredock Louisville visiting tonMrs Stephensport Over County Payne McKinney visiting relatives yearsMr Glendeane visiting daugh Richard Death Horse Major presented Murray Kentucky regiment through SpanishAmerican ween Patesville Wins Game Patcsville 4Speoial interesting played Saturday afternoon Patesville Pellville Patesville Wounded Reaper waswount1tllinjury Kinoheloe summoned CADICKS FLOUR satisfied otherIt demanded GOLD DUST FLOUR satisfaction L II ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 48 Dally Fast Train leaves Cloverport arrIves leavesCloverstationsarrlvesLoulsvUlt1235 CllVrportatLoulsvUleTrain accommodationWEST BOUND Coverportaccommodattonleaves EvansvilleTrain No 41 exoressleavesitrHawesvilleEvansv1ll1 mTrain arrives1030pleavesClover AMUawesv11leOwensboro betweenLouisvillecars find reclining chair cars on trains 45 and46 between Louisville and St Louis Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND leavesFordsvlllo430a s40aamTrain No4 Dally except Sunday leaves S0pTrain No 6 Sunday only Fordsvllle 030 a m Irvington 903 a m WEST BOUND leavesIrvingtonpmTrain No pmJY n Dr A P LathamII AS REMOVED ELIZABETHTOWN and established TOIIThe Latham Medical Where Chronic Diseases by harmless ratlonni and suits hydrotherapy fyinj methods Including Horau I1 sage Solar Therapy asITlbratlon and Dietetics t JtWf I W A WalkerDENTIST VT Satisfaction guaranteedAl Patronize your home dentist M A J jrlt1ARDINSBURU i U J PISOS CURE CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS Best Coueh Syrup Tastes Good Use n time bold by druggists ii CONSUMPTIQISj Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic MillionbottlesEnclosed with every kettle fe a Tm Cwt pack ge of Groves Blade Root Uv r NU 1- S 4 aI The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY July 5 IOOC Condition of States Business Frankfort KyJune IIOlSpec1I1 J At the olose of business today the end of the fiscal year there was m deposit in State depositories to the credit of the Commonwealth the sun of 43734310 This amount is shown on the balance sheets of the Anditoi aria Treasurer as checked up by the Btate Inspector and Examiner Millions For Higher Education New York June 30At a meeting Of the General Education Board tickI today in ths city a gift of 10000OUt was announced trove john D hock feller The fund is to be an endowmenttt for higher education in the UnitedI States Leaves For Pine Bluff Byrne Severs left Friday morning for PIne Bluff Ark to accept a position with DS Mills companydruggists He was formerly with H O Hurley the Louisville manufacturing pharm acist One Saloon to be Eradicated If the sale of spiritous vinousi o malt liquors is voted against at HudI son on August 26 the date set for local option election the last saloon will be eradicated from the county Tarascons Boiler Burned The steamer Tarascou was disabled on account ot a burntout boiler last week and did not leave Louisville on Thursday the John W Thomas making the trip in her stead Aiilnml Fur Fur Is u threadlike fiber which grow- out of the pores of the skins of animals It grows 4n length from the root alitli not from the top as with vegetable productions The lower portion merely lengthens out anti the top projects forward consequently If once cut It willI always remain blunt It Is tubular andI filled with oil which gives to the liber Its color In addition to the oil it con talus mineral matter among which arn sulphur and iron A close exnnihmtio- of the fiber will to a certain exteui- show the section of the country the an imal inhabits The short and crisp with an oval or angular cross section indicates tropical growth the long andi soft with circular cross section a northern climate The fibers from dif ferent parts of the same animal have a different structure and value thatt which is taken from the back of a landI animal being the finest while the reverse Is true of the animal which confines Itself mostly to water the belly being much finer thin the back Simplicity of Jumuy Lind Jenny Llnd must have been the mo tsimple unpretending prima donna that- ever t lived When she fint cave to England she was bound to sing only at the Itoyal Italian Oira House andI when commanded to slug at tun queens concert she was obliged to re fuse Very sorry to be comi elled t notify this she ordered her earringI and drove straight to Buckingham pal ace She handed her curd to an ofll jjjal who not unnaturally declined to take it A higher authority happenedI to pass and took it upon himself t present It As soon as her mnjest- saw it she said Admit her by allI means Jenny Lind appeared andl said simply that she was so very sorry to be unable to slug at her majestyI concert that she thought it better t I call herself and explain The queenI was charmed with her natural manner gave her u cordial reception and promised to be her frleudLonde- Globe I A Vlclon Letter Writer The famous Dr Andrew Bell had wife who after exhausting all her in genuity in making him miserable finally left him She then began writing him long letters filled with personal abuse and when she found he did not take the trouble to open them took toI abusing him on the envelope One sli addressed To that supreme of rogues who looks the hangdog that he Is Dr such a doctor Andrew Bell Another was thus pleasingly Inscribed T that ape of apes and knave of knaves Dr Andrew Bell who is recorded to have once paid a debt but a small one you may be sure It was that he select ed for this wonderful experiment In tact It was fourpence hapenny lInt it been on the other side of sixpence he must have died before lie oould achieve so dreadful a sacrifice Lou d6n Tatler A Clever Cabby The king of the Belgians once left b1 umbrella in u hansom when driving in Brussels This was returned to his majesty a few hours afterward by Hie proud cabby who was offered for his honesty by King Leopold the sum of 100 francs The astute john however begged a great favor ofthe king Could he have the umbrella Instead of the money The favor was granted and before many days had passed the cabman had put up the umbrella for sale and It was knocked down to some royal enthusiast for 3100 francs When King Leopold heard of this he ex- claImed Well Ive heard of an um brella being put up to keep off show ers of rain but this seems to have been put up to bring down showers of sold r Ls EITORII3lIMn thethe Kind You Have Always Blgncturo of Y ugliII r I otl1Joj 1i f1 + L I Political Frlciiilnlilp A few months before he died He ratio Seymour said to one of his friends Dwight Lawrence of New York Dwight I feel that I am near the end of my career and I want to tell you something I have had a great- J deal to do with politics and with poll ticiaus In my time and as I Io6k buck IIoyer the past 1 can clearly see that the best friendships of my life have been formed In polities It Is III polities that 11Illlwe met the manliest men the most generosity These friendships have been enduring too Many of them have continued throughout life I believe politics brings out the best there is lu man It teaches the narrow man to be broad the selfish one to be generous This Is true because friendships are es acItivity one must have friends or he cant get on and If he wants friend ships he must deserve them I would not advise any young tuna to stay out of politics because of the danger of be ing demoralized If he Is the right kind of man it will do him good The KitiiKitroo nt liny When pursued the kangaroo If possl ble directs hIs flight toward the river If he reaches it he letters and thanks to his great height Is able to go on toot to n depth where the dogs are I obliged to swim There he plants himself on his two hind legs and his tall and tip to his shoulders In tho water RIthrhis fore paws he seizes by the head 1the first dog that approaches him and 1as he is more solidly balanced than his isailunts he holds the dogs nose tinder water as long as he can Unless a second dos speedllly comes to the res cue the first oue is sure to be drowned 1It a companion arrives and by his attacks on the kangaroo manages to set the captive free the halt drowned brute Is glad to regain the shore as quickly as possible In tills way u strong and courageous male kangaroo will hold his own against twenty or frights cuing others and the hunter is obligedt- o to Intervene with a bullet CoBleat City In the World There is nothing cozy about New York It is not a city where a straw get can readily make a nest and feel at home It does not welcome the for eigner with a smile and a polite Sow make yourself happy and comforta nble It says tacitly Well now that totstay but dont get in the way and bother people Paris on the other baud Is the coziest city in the world It welcomes the newcomer in a thou sand ways It otters him the finest ed ucation In the world for nothing Be fore him for miles lit the charm and wonder and mystery of those fasclnat flog streets euctf with its own char acter some an tall of history as an egg li of meat New York World A Ch cV That Playd Pomum Here U u chicken that played posS lum A corr pomlnt writes The roomtOwn enleke ta 1U moutk The chick en made no rMUtano a4 wu quit Botlonlffle aal who I wade the cat drop It MM cfclekn la1 apparently dead I ctlal the cat from trio room warecrprlml to MO H slowly open lU ales rlM Hs had and look cautiously round As soon aa It felt eon of the ilHappeflranc of Its weID1 It got r tied raJa oft as fast u It could ADproprlaflayOur language is a strange thing When the Methodist board of missions appropriates hundreds of thousands of dollars for work among the heathen peoo pie When congress appropriates a good sum for river and harbor im provements we all agree that it Lq clerknappropriates a few hundred dollars of his employers money be IB sent to tho penitentiary The first sorts of appro thenlast sort is altogether inappropriate Savannah News ICsRetort Currans friend was tickled by the orators retort apropos of the jury sys hiseattachment to it and said With trial by Jury I have lived and by the bless ing of God with trial by jury I will dieoOb said Curran in amazement then youve made up your mind to be hanged Dick A Blended When a Scotch schoolmaster entered the temple of learning one morning he read on the blackboard Our teacher is a donkeyThe exjxfcted there would be a cyclone but the philosophic pedagogue contented himself with adding the schoolsas usual fo Genius Wanted Really I think your son is a gen lus Oh dont say that We have been hoping all along that he may grow up to be a good sensible man and finally succeed his father in business Chi ago Hecordllerald Not the Only One Tosklns I dont object so much to prefernher to kiss me before and not after Wllklns I know but dont you sup pose the dog has his preference too Boston Transcript heIfS T 1 f JJ thJtooII VISIT THE SINGER STOREr Before Buying Sewing Machines by Mail Prices are Good Terms are Better Machines the Best You are assured of proper Instruction Supplies and Accessories Get a Singer Guarantee MAIN STREET Cloverport Ky Mlaniil the Mark Mr McDougall Wits u Scotsman and f him a good story Is told lie was it large pompous man intolerably self conceited and arrogant In fact his conduct toward his neighbors was so offensive that the good people success fully requested their minister to preach n sermon directed at their vain neigh borThe day came The little kirk was packed though a few tender hearted OUCH stayed at home not wishing to witness their neighbors humiliation The sermon began and Mr McDou gall disposed himself to listen The mans Infirmity was sketched with bold severe strokes lIe smiled with lofty superiority As the denunciation grew more scathing his smile deepened with a touch of complacent pity At the conclusion of the service he swag gered down the aisle One of the eld ers joined him Weel what did ye think of the ser mon the latter ventured to ask lOA great effort sir was tit answer but personal The ineonlster aimed his shots too directly Poor MticTav Ish I felt sorry for him but the mans conceit Is enormous sir Kindness of nn Ontrlch During an exceptionally heavy trop teal rain In Durban two ducks of the common half bred native and Bombay variety got washed In the flood down the Umgenl river which flows through the town gardens The ducks both got eutausltd In the barbed wire and wire netting which crosses from bank to bank One managed by much flapping of wings to extricate Itself the other seemed however to be on the point of drowning when a large os trich stalked out of the bush and wad ed Into the river lifted It bodily out of the water and carried It ashore by one wingThe duck was not badly hurt but Its rescuer was severely torn on Its thigh muscles by the barbed wire The Inci dent is all the more remarkable as the ostrich with rare exceptions buries Its head In the sand during a storm and will starve to death sooner than move Durban Spectator Contented In Spain There Is one charming feature of SpaIna fine capacity to imagine yourself the center of the earth for the time being and yet not be offensive You meet a man on a donkey in tho in terior and get to talking with him and soon you learn that he has the finest donkey of the province and so far from envying any man he it is who is satis fled that he Is exciting the admiration If not the envy of file neighbors If I met that same sort of outfit In the mountains of Colorado or Nevada the cavalier would be sure to bold his bur ro In contempt and would talk of the fine horse he meant to have when his mine had been developed We Amer icans preach contentment but we de spise the people who are contented The true Spaniard Is thoroughly con tented National Magazine Do Sot Sleep on the Left Side There Is little doubt that an immense number of persons habitually sleep on the left side and those who do so can never it Is said be strictly healthy It is the most prolific cause of nightmare and also of the unpleasant taste in the mouth on arising in the morning All food enters and leaves the stomach on the right side and hence sleeping on the left side soon after eating Involves n sort of pumpkig operation which is anything but conducive to sound repose The action of the heart Is also seriously Interfered with and the lungs unduly compressed hence It Is best to cultivate the habit of always sleeping fUl the right side arts Cur P Street Cleaning A remarkable motor car that looks somewhat like a huge mowing and reaping machine and which in fact is a reaper wis recently completed at a Hartford factory says the Boston Journal It Is a street sweeper and gleaner and if it does what is claimed for It should be of much Interest to city officials TM machine will it is said travel a city street at four miles an bour and as it moves first sprinkles the pavement and then by means of ro tary brushes removes nIl dirt and de brls and empties it into a large tank that is a part of the machine A fea ture claimed to have been worked out is that it win pick up solid objects such as bricks and at the same time brush up the finest dust b 4- l to JfK ttl i A Lonrr Nose In a village in Maryland an old Ilea con in shaving himself on Sunday prior to church time nude a slight cut with the razor on the extreme end of his nose Quickly calling to his wife says the Philadelphia Ledger he asked her if she had any court plaster in the houseYou will find some in my sd wIng basket she said The deacon soon had the cut covered At church in assisting with the collection he noticed every one smile as he passed the plate and some of the younger people laughed outright Very much annoyed be asked one of his as sistants it there was anything wrong with his appearance Well I should say there was an swered the assistant What is that upon your nose Court plaster No said his friend it is the label from a spool of cotton It says War ranted LOO yardsn They Never Have Time Here and there and everywhere are to be found the man and the woman who never have time If you are one of those who never have time change your ways Try this Make up each day a schedule of what you shall do at each hour and do not budge from the schedule It will surprise you to find how readily you can dispose of a task within a certain time if you convince yourself that you have to It Is the feeling that you must that will force you to do It Let each Item on the schedule be regarded as an inviolate engagement with your self and do not let the business of one Item cut into the time set for the next These definite engagements with yourself will enable you to have time for work reading writing calling church going and recreation Do not stop to think it over You will forget about It if you delay Try the plan at once Louisville Courier Journal Iimhelln Color Isabella color has been described as n dingy whitish yellow The origin of the term Is certainly an odd one If either of the generally given explana tions Is correct According to one sto ry Isabella daughter of Philip II and wife of the Archduke Albert vowed not to change her linen till Ostend was taken Most unfortunately for the royal lady the siege lasted for three years net supposed color of the archduchess linen at the end of this trying ordeal is said to have become the fashion The other explanation Is n similar one but the story Is made to relate to Queen Isabella of Spain and the siege of Gra nada When we consider the length of time penitential hair shirts were worn In the middle ages the legend Is not so wildly Improbable as would at first ap pear London TitBits Dr John Drowns Toast The celebrated Englishman Dr John Brown who founded the Brunonlan system of medicine was In addition to being an exceedingly clever physician a somewhat witty personage For many years he paid his attentions to a certain lady without meeting with the success he desired during which time he was accustomed to propose her health in company when called on for a toast Being observed one day to omit the usual tribute a gentleman present reminded him that he had forgotten to toast his charmer Why Indeed said the doctor I find it all in vain Since I have toast ed her so many years and still cannot make her Brown I am resolved to toast her no longer Single nnd Double This said the man who was show ing the stranger around the city as ho pointed to n broad stretch of beach belongs to old BIgspud Its all made land Thats his house back thero on theleftIs on made land too asked thestrangerNo on married land Ho got It with his wlfcChlcago 1W une M Iroo iatloB Nervous Old Lady on sovonth floor of hotel Do you know what precautions the proprietor of tho hotel has taken against tiN PorterYes mum ho has the place Insured for twice what Its worth A mans find4nt1re can l1M accurate ly gauged rrom the dtitance hIs cliil dren run to meet kin tip he o ma home i- r 1 I 1l n 1iI1 r11 W tc iC 1 IIGO TO PIGGOTT FOR ROAD WAGONS AND BUGGIES SINGLE AND DOUBLE HARNESS 1adM WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR INDEX AND GREEN SEAL PAINTS 1 1 McGLOTH LAN PIGGOTT Irvington Kyii iTlfA TEETH I NcfPOWDERS tots 25c Druggists or mail 25c to C M St lonls Mo Mother Hcsltatc no longer but save tho health and life ot your child as havo done by giving TEETHINA easily given and quickly counteracts and over tho effects tho summers heatupon childrenI1 j LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE PACKET CO- UNConronVTED Fast Mail nnd Passenger Line between Louisville and Evans ville- Steamers Tarascon Tell City Leave Louisville Monday Wednes day Friday and Saturday 4 p m Leave Evansville Monday 10 a m Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 6 p m Through freight rates and tickets to Cincinnati Freight shipments delivered quicker than by rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville 175 Clovorport to Evansville 175 Cloverport to Owensboro 75 Splendid accommodations for stock General Office 154150iSS 4th st Louisville Ky C 6 F and P A 6EOH WILSON Supt SUMMER EXCURSIONS VIA ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R to California and Colorado- and to the Lewis nnd Clark Centennial Exposition PORTLAND OREGON- at special reduced rates Homeseekors round trip and one way colonist on the first and third Tuesdays in each month to points in Mississippi and Louisiana Homeseekers round trip on the first and third Tuesdays to points in Indian Territory Oklahoma Ar kansas Texas Etc Cheap Excursion Rates to Hot Springs Ark via Memphis Central Weekly Excursions toI CALIFORNIA Excursion cars through to Los Angees and Francisco via New Orleans Every Tuesday from Cincinnati and Louisville Via Omaha and the Scenic Route every Wednes day from Chicago Full Particulars concerning all of the above can be had ot Homo Agents or addressing F W HARLOW D P A Louisville Chintz Royalty Practical Surveyor also Public I can survey your Lands write your Deeds and take the acknowledgement at your home This saves you trouble and cost IIAddress me at II- i Hardinsburg Ky H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDINSBURO KY theOourtsties Special given to collecting road cases and criminal practice Llcenaeto practice In United States District Courts Office fiver Bank ol liardlnsburir I 4 Cures Cholera Infantum Diarrhoea Dysentery and the y 1IIny h Regulates the BowdsStrengtht si ens the Child and MAKES o TEETHING EASY Only at J MUFfTT V thousands these powders Is James of teething passenger V WILLIAMS Illinois San by Notary attention zvfLl AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAYour 3 Repaired I and Guaranteed 3 1 we If wo dont do as wo say wo will will return your money We have firstclass and guar I a anteed goods in watches clocks chains charms rings spectacles silverware etc atItIPrices You Cannot Duplicate r 33Elsewhere t live here and everybody t us If our word is not I IIWe dont believe what we Our big sales and Im people amount believe of repairs speak J f 33T C LEWIS SON YOUR JEWELERS HARD1NSBURQ KENTUCKY yyyy Cloverport Planin Mill GREGORY 6 CO PropH ZDOORSZ DOORSSASH SASHBLINDS 2 DOOR AND WINDOW SCREENS SHINGLESLATHS LATHSLIME aCEMENT e vjj Stylish Comfortable t Tailor made clothes All the latest patterns for- suits I and trousers in highrrade fabrics Clothes made by modern methods Fit guar anteed Moderate prices Ex gpert tailors employed ti tJ H HUNSCHE Casper May tt Co Cannelton Ind 1 1 1 rI Sour StomachNo iJ ness headache constipation bad breath j jigeneral debility lour risings and catarrh If 1 the stomach are all due to indigestion Ktfel 1II cures indigestion This new discovery nir cents tho natural juices of digestion u taty exist In a healthy stomach combined wfM ithe greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does Ml 1 J only cure indigestion and dyspepsia but W h famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening ao0 strengthening the mucous membranlIl11Jithe stomach Mr S S Sail i tlt 111lorKodol Dints What You sat 1 Jttlw only 31001 Sli hoUlflt 3U t1asnuWli- sit J which Milt for 10 outtProart by K O OWITT A 09 HIOAM I E Sold by alii Druggists r Ask for the 1905 Kodol Almanac rand 200 Year Calendar J Farmer Gets Dollar For Wheat S T Burns reported last night that rr- lie has sold some of his new wheat at e dollar a bushel the price fixed by the AmerIcan Society of Equity Mr Burns did not state the quantity of wheat sold or the purchaserTliurs- days Owensboro Messenger I a pr dL f r jI t t M Jlry A f v1 P Jie Breckenridge News f 1tJWEDNESDAYI July 5 1005 1 f Operating Car on Main Line The Cloverport Water Light do Ice company is operating an ice car on the main lino of the Henderson Route VVt he car attached to a freight train making trips between West Point and t LovHeport Tnetdajs and Fridays The car wag first sent out from tho corn j panys ico factory here last Friday Eugene Golf has charge of the car F Agencies have been estnulisneti for the company by Ed Gregory at West wPoint a ml Lewieport and every town these of con n between points any sequence ns well as at Mnceo and Wnitinnn west of Lowisport Tho com pays agEnts at Brandenburg and olntst11willjVuller stations on the Hendersonsl lf ha ute will be supplied altogether dir weekherf isport and Hawesville and West Point though at the ends of the ice v cars ronte are the largest consntu I ers of the local companys ice v It is thought that the ice tactory will be doing a large business in a Al few weeKS and will be taxed to its t capacity to supply the demand f A L Fort the manager of the fac toy says his company will probably build Its own ice houses at Hardms- bLgI on the branch and the larger towns on the main line of the Hender son Route next year In reply to i nqnnes we have plead are1 in nnnounplng th t ElysHqaid Cream Balm is lit ethe solid prepara r iqdof that admirable remedy in that i4 it cleanses and heals membranes affect ed by nasal catarrh TThorre IS no dry ing or sneezing The Liquid Cream I 1 Balms adapted to use by patients who have trouble in inhaling through tho nose and prefer spraying The price including spraying tube is 71f cents i Sold by druggists or mailed by Ely Brothers CO Warren StrpetNew YOrK ft Death Claims John Hay l v Newbury N H July 1Secretary morningtr for some time t In the death of Mr Hay the nation loses one of its greatest diplomats John Hay was born in Salem Ind I S October 1833 In 1801 he went to Washington as one of President Lin alsoxas aldedecamp Heserve t under Generals Hunter and Giluiore with the rank of major and adjutant general B e vgaa tmbsonaentlv in the United States diplomatic sarvica and w as stationed at various times at Paris Vienna and Madrid In 1898 Hay was made secretary of l state Ho was reappointed PS secretary of state by President Roosevelt and was serving in this capacity at the time of his death r Mr Hay was a literary man of considerable repute His principal 1 1I1terar reputation rests on a book of I poems called II Pike County Ballads i 1 and a life of Abraham Lincoln He wrote also a book of travel and other x 1 J Jworks Tabb For Blackburn Ij I signedII 1 I of the Edzabethtown News W tl ttIssueTabb the Democratic nominee fcr- Sl from this district says he in support Blackburn for Uni 7171Senutr Senator Mr Tabb has been by both sides J f rVttF DONT BE HYPNOTISED t Hoodwinked hoodooed or overpersuaded 1Into accepting a substitute for Doctor i Pierces Favorite Prescription with its record of nearly 40 years embracing ofIdrugri fit wAguarantee oflioooI Is offered thatj Favorlto Prescription contains no alco- holI opium or other harmful drug Keeps In any climate powerfulhyL r to tho whole system and to the womb i and Its appendages in particular For overworked wornout rundown de 4 e bilitated teachers milliners dressmak ers seamstresseS shopsir s house keepers nursing mothers and feeble women generally Dr Plercos Favorite boonibelngmequaled I andrestorative tonics 1 tt Its an Insult to your intelligence for a youIIfamed medicine You Know what you want Its his business to meet that want When ho urges some substitute hos thinking of tho larger profit hell makonot of your welfare I SSfl ODD VEN AWAY in copies of m l The Peoples Common Sense 1HedlcalAdvlser a book that sold to the ex iloftent of 500000 copies a few ago at 1150 per copy Last year we gave away 1 r Invaluable give away 50000 worth of Will you share In this I I If so send only 21 stamps to cover cost IfIfthem only for bookin- t a r covers or3l stamps I Address Dr i l Pierce Buffalo N Y fierceHoslonal advice without charge S littleSl e tk easiest to take and the easiest srlDtntr UStemUdlett DrRr been much Imitated but never equaled rellatDlaI1 f St I 1f TALE OF ASHIPWRECK nonmntlc Story of the Loss of tin Steamer Ainvrloiiii The story of the shipwreck of tit steamer American which rat between England and South Africa rends like a chapter from Frank Stockton hen day broke on the morning of April 2lJl 1SSO the steamer was close to the equator and about 100 or lr0 mile from the Liberlan const Suddenly in the first morning watch between t anil lI1 oclock there was a fearful crnsli In the engine room followed by a eon cusslon against the Mills side vlii h for an Instant suggested that she ht 1 struck on a rook Half dressed IUH sengers hurried on deck and eag Fly inquired what had happened but were met in the coolest possible manner by Captain Wait and Mr Ilepwortli sec ond otlicer who assured them that It was merelyl a breakdown of some part of the machinery The passengers returned to their cabins The propeller shaft had broken In the stern tube tied hind burst open the side of the ship There was no hope of saving the steamerIt the boats Captain Wait remarked but she will float fol a few hours yet so we will get the pus sengers Into the saloon and have break fast served This was promptly done and Captain Walt took his usual place In his usual cheerful manner while Mr Ilepworth and the crew busied themselves In getting the ships boats ready After breakfast Captain Walt mentioned In manner so cool as to be almost casual that the accident had damaged to ships side a good doa and that therefore It was better to be prepared for any emergency The pas sengers when they were ready took their places In the boats Quickly but methodically and without the least hur ry the eight boats which were provi stoned and manned were filled and when every other person had been safely passed over the aids Captain Walt left his ship and joined his crew and passengers Very shortly after about noon tho American was seen to sink Captain Walt divided his little flotilla into two sections Of the first he him self took charge and Mr Ilepworth be came responsible for the other The part of the sea where the American went down was of course In the Im mediate track of numbers of sailing ships and steamers but as It was also very close to the Liberian coast it was decided to make for the latter During the first night at sea the little flotilla became separated On the following day Captain Walt and two of his boats were picked up by a brig which took them to Grand Bassa and thence to Sierra Leone where they were trans ferred to n steamer called the Senegal then on her way to England Curiously enough the Senegal on her voyage home was stranded on an Is land of the Grand Canaries to that some of the Americans passengers hind n second unpleasant experience befora getting back to England In the menu time Mr Ilepworths boat and two oth ers made for the Liberian coast which they reached on the third day In con sequence of the surf however they found It Impossible to laud so they headed out to sea again and two days later were picked up by a steamer called the Congo and taken to Tenerife and thence to Madeira and from there to England This left only the gig and the dingey to be accounted for The former was heard of In a few weeks but when nearly twelve months had gone by and the eighth and smallest boat of them all still remained missing the worst was feared But In a year almost to a day from the date of the catastro phe came the news that tIle dingo too had been picked up within n few days of the accident by a sailing ship on her way to Australia Thus It was many months before the Intelligence could be conveyed to Englandgo News Compound Rhyming Words In the south of England they have a- very expressive phrase for one Indlffer ently wellfroblymoblyand to be In mubblefubble signifies low splr its In Leeds when a person Is overpowered with astonishment he Is said to bo much struck a phrase forcible but scarcely polite Iluckmuck Is an expression of like character mean Ing foul miry and In Devonshire a bedraggled besmirched person Is said to be inuckson up to the huckson In Gloucestershire a wavering unsta bleorworthless man Is called a meckle keckle fellow and It Is worthy of re mark that In Derbyshire poor ore is called kecklemeckle An awkward simpleton Is called hauveygauvey In the neighborhood of Leeds In War wickshire they style such a one as hobgoblin or else It Is from hob a lout and bog a lump Gobbln shire Is the abodethat never was writ In the travelers chartof un couth folk They say of a slovenly loafer In south Cueshlre Gobblnshlre Gobblnshlre of Qobblnshlre green Tho ronkest owd beggor as ever was seen London Standard Ash Plnnllns at Rugby In the latter half of the eighteenth century ash planting was a mode of punishing in vogue at Rugby school for certain breaches of school discipline A boy who broke any cherished tradi tionas for Instance a mutinous fag who personally assaulted a sixth form boywas taken In hand by the prae postersthat Is the boys of the sixth form and subjected to a soifnd thrash- Ing with ash plants Three ash saplings were used and the first two were broken on the person of the delinquent the chastisement being ordered and meted out by the boys themselves Sometimes the culprit was sent to gather tho saplings himself but whether as an added Indignity or a mercltul concession Is not clear London Star 5 r k 4t w Special Pin For Insect Collector Much care said a taxidermist has to be taken in selecting the long line pins used In fastening the sped mens In insect collections For cheap collections of butterflies nut bugs we use the ordinary brass pits mostly but every one of these must be carefully examined before Impaling the insect to see that it is well tinned for were the tit coating imperfect or the slight est Haw evident it would be In nine ClUtCH out of ten liable to oxidize in the body of the insert and thus dostmy It te also use black varnished plus but they are almost as hind for the glazed coatingi syon cracks leaving time metal oxposedII111tl consequently j it Iis nut very lung 1 before oxidization sets In Even the more expensive kind the nickel plated pins tire not much better The latest thing we have now are solid silver pins and bronze plus suit there Is being used as an experiment n nickel and aluminium alloy which possesses decided advan tapes over nil the other kinds used SIIie Lore eo The classic Greek nose has been ns garded as the Ideal shape though there are Roman Caucasian Mongolian and Ethiopian noses each indicating a Peculiar type of mental trait Generally speaking thick and flat noses denote material Instincts anti turned up noses vanity Wide nostrils are a sign of strength while small nostrils Indicate weakness Napoleons knowledge of human nature made him select gener als with large noses for this betokens Intelligence Just as the eagle nose shows a firm strong will Possibly no nose speaks louder for itself than the alcoholic nose and It Is as much to be feared as the pointed nose and chin which In conjunction proclaims general wickedness Certainly the most Inter esting nose Is the cogitative for It ex pands with thought which comes ac cording to rhlnology or the science of nose rending from reflection In stances of these noses from Homer to Wesley and Shakespeare can be quoted how Island Get Forests When traveling among time Islands of the Pacific or Atlantic one often won ders how It Is that lands so far away coveredother naturalists have solved the dUll culty for us Thus we learn from Darwin that he took front time foot of a woodcock a cake of dry earth In which was a seed of tho toadrush He planted the seed and it germinated and flowered Professor Newton sent him the leg of a partridge which had been wounded and unable to fly Attachedl to It was a clod of earth weighing six and one half ounces He broke up tho clod and placed In under the bell glass No fewer than eightytwo plants sprang from It It Is the more Interesting to know that tho clot of earth containing this treasury was kept three years before planting House Beautiful In or Will le- One of those grammarian fiends meta man tho other day and asked him which was correct Tomorrow Is Sunday or Tomorrow will be Sunday The man told him the following story Years ago the Rending Hallroad com pany Issued an order requiring Its brakemen nn soon as n train started from any station to call out the none of the next stopping place For awhile the trainmen Instructed doubtless by sonic grammarian of the road would do this by saying Next station will be Allentown Reading etc An editor took them to task for it pointing out the absurdity of using the future tense In speaking of that which always Is In the same place After that the brakemen dropped will be and cried Next station Allentown Read lag etc Too Much Mont Physicians Insist that after reaching the age of forty the majority of men and worsen eat much more meat than Is good for them This Is hard upou those who are accustomed to eating too much of that staple article of diet and are fond of It but It Is said that a little self denial will prove that the effort is worth a trial Do not stop It all at once that would be bad for the general health but gradually reduce tho amount taking care to substitute in Its place a good menu which will produce the necessary amount of sus tenance When Ten Was Medicine Before tea became cheap enough to be considered a drink It was largely used as a medicine A familiar adver tisement In the London Tatler used to proclaim a famous chymlcnl quintes sence of Bohcn tea and cocoanuts to gether wherein the volatile salt oil and spirit of both formed the high est restorative that either food or phys ic affords rt Clothes An artist gave his latest painting to a porter to carry to an exhibition Be careful be careful said he the picture Is scarcely dry Oh never mind exclaimed the por ter Its of no consequence my clothes are old I A Cautious Youth A very small boy was trying to lend a big St Bernard up the road What are you going to do with the dog m little man 1 Inquired a passerby IIm going to see where where he wants to go first was the breathless reply Flying the Kite HudsonDo you think they will be able to get along on 10000 a year BudsonThey ought to With that much money they should manage to run In debt for another ten thousand Torn Watsons Magazine 7r ChnrlcN Mathews and Sir TattcmRll Charles Mathews the fatuous Eng lish actor once Indulged disastrously in his well known taste for mimicry The ridicule on this occasion was att the expense of Mr Tattersall during a sale of blood stock conducted by that well known auctioneer The first lot gentlemen said Mr Tnttersall In a bay Lilly by Smolcn sko etc The first lot gentlemen echoed Mr Mnlhews iii tin tune tune of voice i i a bay lilly by Sniolciisko The nuctiinHM looked gome what an noyed say the writer of 1Knyii Cuaietllans of the Past but hi tIIl Well wliit shall wo begin vlti V Well whatt shall we begin with re i pli d the Idlll Still endeavoring to conceal his Brat tion Mr Tattersall Inquiringly calledi OlltI1 I One hundred1 guineas oohowl 11i thcwsIyou still bringing down the hammer with a bang The fllly IB yours i An odd tlailstnnc scene In and the nlocrlltllI mons between Disraeli and his great opponent Gladstone Is recorded In the diary of Sir M E Grant Duff who re lutes the story as he heard It Gladstone was oratlonlng away as to Disraelis proceedings and said This sirthis has been the course of the right honorable gentleman nnd his satellites lie appeared then quite to lose the thread of what he hiul been saying lie looked at some papers and then seemed to appeal to Goschen but for a time ho was quite lost Disraeli looked over a great paper he lad In his hand and said very quiet ly You got to satellites as IIf he were speaking to a child who was saying his lesson At last Gladstone appeared to recover himself and said Oh 1 am very much obliged to the right honorable gentleman Wo will leave the satellites and go on to some thing else A Coming Revolt Sonic tiny there Is going to be a ter rible revolt In this country against the boiled shirt We are not going to wear boards on our bosoms surmounted by picket fences when the laundryman feels cross and cuts a saw edge on our collars American manhood Is going to rise In Its night some day and carefully drop the starch shirt over Into the next lot where the tin cans are Today we havent the nerve to do It We are under the domination of social and commercial propriety to such an extent that we do not dare to arise and proclaim our freedom In the name of liberty of persou and freedom of conscience Some day we will wear soft shirts and flowing collars and the man who wears a starched board on his bosom and a sheet Iron ring around hli neck will be known for the conceited nnd artificial ass that he really Is Minneapolis TollrnalIRegularity of Hnhltn Very few persons understand the val nnlllsleplngfor only harm can result from retiring one night at 10 and unother at 12 oclock unless the rising hour varies too Eight hours of sleep one night and six the next Is not the way In which to woo and keep health and If a similar habit of taking nourishment Is encour aged there Is little hope of reaching old age In a creditable condition If ever your Ire tempted to prove or this prove these statements try going to bed at 0 oclock every night for three months rising at u anti eating at 0 12 and nt G again with never a break In the routine The result will surprise you Minneapolis Tribune A Cnrrlnuc In an IJnster Egg The Easter week Is the chief occasion for Russian family and friendly reun ion and rejoicing What Christinas boxes are to us or les etrennes to the French on Now Years day Easter r gifts are to the Russians Egg shaped 1I presents of every imaginable size and value are the order of the day Some times these Easter gifts assume very substantial proportions We once saw at St Petersburg an Easter egg of gi gantic dimensions containing nothing smaller than a brougham destined forI n charming and no doubt delighted re cipient London Saturday Review Safe Deposit Vaults Did you ever rent a safe In a vault Well sir they are In great variety the annual charge being from 5 to 700 The former Is about an Inch and a quarter deep five Inches wide and eighteen incites long It might hold half a dozen bonds Time latter Is about four feet high three feet wide and two feet deep It might hold many millions Jf securities Both are fitted with key or combination locks as are all those of Intermediate prices New York Press The Value of a Dollar There are three ways to learn th value of a dollar The first isto spen It and seo what you get fqj It The second Is to earn It and sw what you give for It The third is tJ save It and yearn for all tho thingsIt might buy If you were weak enough to spend It Troy Kan Chief locationyPa began Bol y may I ask one more questloutf Unit replWfl pa without looking up from his boo- kWellsald BobbyflU they bad clocks Ali the moon would they bo lu natics fLlfe SCo are never so ridiculous because 02 the qualities we have as because of those we affect to have Rochefou cauld tt l WINCHESTER NUBLACK BLACK POWDER SHELLS The Nublack is a grand good shell good in construction good because it is primed with a quick and sure primer and good because carefully and accurately loaded with the best brands of powder and shot It is a favorite among hunters and other users of black powder shells on account of its uniform shooting evenness of pattern and strength to withstand reloading A trial will prove its excellence ALL DEALERS SELL THEM ooe ooooeooooooooo oo oaooooooooo oosovooooe II Bank of HardinsburgOFFICERS i J B F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier J DIRECTORS i + Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beard J Dr A M Kincheloe D S Richardson Insured against loss by fire or burglary It Interest paid on time deposits l N sThe Breckinridge Bank Cloverport KyI Ca ptal Stock 45100 Surplus 7000 Incorporated Organ zed 81872 XV H BCAVMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier DR F L LIGHTFOOT VPres CHAS B SKILLMAN Asst Cashier Accounts of Firms Individuals end Corporations solicited Any business entrusted to us will receive picmpt and careful attention Storage place for packages in our fireprooi vault furninhed our customers tree NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS Interest paid on time deposits ussBcsestl tlss 9sss ssilss sujstli First State Bank IRVINGTON KY W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R UlMP lc Pre- sidentIn H KEMPHR Cashier Z Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited Interest Paid on Time Deposits tl aIsNle + fj THEfj1 m Fifth Avenue 1 HOTELI Louisville Ky W I PIKE CAMPBELL Mgrr t = = + 4 r Torte most cuntrally located and only firstclass hotel in tile city making a lUll rate Only one block from the principal shopping district and twolblocks from i the principal theatres i Street cars pass the door to all parts ot the city JJEvorytlllnp float and clean H fteaoee 8ese steole taostlTseGesw a sr s e 1 1More Double Track i = 81the81 ninetynineyear lease of the North Carolina says Railroad = by the Southern will call for four tracks instead of S one So indeed it will and this reminds us of icorrespondencei 1 i iHighi to handle so many trains passenger and freight on a single track between Greensboro and Charlotte with so few accidents and a continuing cause of congratulation to thealert and clearheaded train dispatchers The Southern is a great system the most effective developer of the South ard it has not undertaken its doubletracking policy too early Think of the volume of its traffic fifty even twentyfive years from nowCharlotte Observer TO OBTAIN THE BEST RESULTS USE THE Railwaydh nu S H W H TAYLOEHARDWICKIusseiuiT Minn JIT jnnral Passenger Agent Washington D C eeee E04444444 04044M444M49M44940004C4 MGG6 u +++ + ++ +++ p + + + f DAN BROOKS CO i i iLIVE STOCK I COMMISSION MERCHANTS CENTRAL STOCK YARDS LOUISVILLE KYe 5111 N 11 111 1111 N110NN1 1NN IN1 A J- fti4 r I 1 ttThe Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY July 5 1005 j STEPHENSPORT G W Payne is improving R A Shellman bas been appointedI to handle school books for this year Mrs Harrison Dowell who has been ill for sometime is slowly improving Miss Ambie Williams of Cloverport spent Sunday with Miss Esther Payne Mr and Mrs Irvin Pnynoof Harn ed wero the guests of Mr and Mrs G W Payne Sunday Dr W H Wimp wont to Iivington Saturday evening to see his parents Mr and Mrs J R Wimp LB McCubDins of Tell City lad spent Sunday with his parents Mr and Mrs leo McCnbbins Miss Lizzie Smith of Lannelton spent Sunday with her uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs Thomas Smith R H Bennett has accepted a posi tion as traveling salesman for the Caunelton Flouring Mills at Cannel tonMr and Mrs RA Brasbnar and nephew Webster Robertson of Gas i City Ind are visitine Mrs Bettie NapperMrs Martha Elmore who has been with her sister Mrs Harrison Dowell has returned to hor home in Shreveport La- Pastor HIr J T Lewis filled his regular appointment here Sunday and one member was added to the church by baptismMiss Sallie Buchanan who has been visiting her aunt Mrs Pine Conn returned last week to her norne in UniontownMaster Willie Vaughan of Lexington is here to spend the sum mer with his grandparents Mr and I MrsL B Helm Andrew Crawford Mrs M L Roberts and Misses Katie Crawford and Pauline Moorman who attended the international Sundayschool convention and visited relatives in Toronto Canada will return home next week except Miss Katie WhO will remain with relatives until the last of August TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE able All drugFlst9 refund It It tans to euro E W Groves signature Is on box 25c BIG SPRING Ben Clarkson was in Louisville last weelC with a load of lambs Miss Zelnm Strotner returned home from Elizabethtown last Monday CUTICURA Soap Ointment and Pills the Worlds Greatest Skin Cures PRICE THE SET 11- CDmp EveryHumour to Scrofula The agonizing itching and burning of the skin as in eczema the frightful scaling as in psoriasis the loss of hair and crusting of the scalp as in scalled head the facial disfigurement as in pimples and ringworm the awful suffering of infants and the anxiety of wornout parents as in milk crust tetter and salt rheum all demand a remedy of almost super human virtues to successfully cope with them That Cuticura Soap Oint provenbeyond justified purity and sweetness the power to afford immediate relief the certainty of speedy and permanent cure the absolute safety and great economy have made them the standard skin cures and humour remedies of the civilized worldThe grandest testimonial that can be offered the Cuticura remedies is their worldwide sale due to the per sonal recommendations of those who have used them From a small begin ningin the simplest form against prejudice and opposition against monied hosts countless rivals and trade indifference Cuticura remedies have become the greatest curatives of their time and in fact of all time for nowhere in the history of medicine is to be found another approaching them in popularity and sale In every clime and with every people they have met with the same reception The confines of the earth are the only limits to their growth They have conquered the world Sold throughout the world Cutlcnra RttolTent SOc yin form of Chocolite Cotttd IllIIt tic pet till of 60 Ointment Soc Soap Jic lirpori London 27 Charter bouHSqi rsrl3 Hue dr U Patx lioilon 137 Colum bur tee Cutter IIrug re Chem Corp Sult Ptoprittou- uTSend fr00 A DINk about Cuticura Mies Forrie Hardin of Holt arrived Saturday to visit her aunt Mrs Julia Clarkson Mrs Jess Clarksnn and daughterMiss Lady returned from a visit in Louisville last Monday W D Ashcraft of Brandenburg was here Thursday and purchased a horse from Miss Myrtle Moorman Mr Bennett has gone to his home in Corydon Ind to join his wife who IH visiting her parents Miss Ollie Mae Clarkson left Satur r I day for a two weeks visit to a school mate at Mil wan Ren Wis Mr and Mrs Will MoMillen of I ShawneeOkla are here visiting Mrs Julia ClarKson and other relatives Misses Leah and Ada Meador went to West Point Friday to visit the formers sister Mrs T C Williams Miss Jennie Meyer and her visitor Miss Reel spent last week visiting friends at Mays Grovo and Vertrees Messrs Jim and Raymond Moorman attended a lawn fete at John K Dittos at Brandenburg Thursday eveningDr was at Vine Grove the day of the passenger week and assisted the other physicians in caring for the injured Dr Mooiman Hardaway who hasI b en filling a two weoku engagement here doing dental work left Saturday LouisvilleMr Will Hungarland an children of Louisville arrived Satur day to visit her parents Mr and Mrs Jess Clarkson Miss Jennie Clarkson came down from Louisville Saturday to spend sometime with her parents Mr and Mrs Jess Clarkson Mr Hall of Dallas Texwho has been here representing an accident and health insurance company of Chi cago left Saturday MessrjHonnie and Edgar Moorman of Gonn Mo came in during the re union to visit their parents Mr and Mrs T R Moorman Rev Clay Moorman of Pleasant Ridge circuit Ohio county spent this last week here visiting his parentsMr and Mrs T R Moorman Mr and Mrs Harvey Jenkins ot Glendale who have been hers visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Harry Mill er returned home Sunday Mrs Adah Meador and daughter Adah arrived last weok from Eliza bethtnwn to spend the summer herewith I her son John D Meador at the hotelMrs Beverly Johnson and her daagh ter Miss Ella Monks Jonnsonot Louis ville arrived Saturday to spend the summer as boarders at Mrs Jess ClarksonsDaniel was called to Louis ville Friday on account ot his brother inlaw Price Luawder being killed while helping in a wrecking crew onI the Southern railroa at WaddyKy CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of I I Or I the H James G Brodie is here visiting friends Jesse Whit worth spent Sunday at Cloverport Ernest Haswell is visiting Gross Williams at Hartford Will Robertson of Ulendeane was in tho city Saturday Virgil Bright ot Lewisport is hero visiting friends Miss Willa Ahl has been engaged to teach the Sample school W R Johnson ot Hudson was in town Friday on a business trip Miss Sallie Wltners of Kirk is visiting Miss Nannie Kincheloe S A Pate of West Point was in town the first of the week doughd ter Mrs A S Ede en at Bnrgin Godfrey Ball of Louisville is visit lug his mother Mrs Judith Ball The Johnson corner is for sale It is a very valuable piece of property I R S Skillman of was here last week visiting relatives Jesse Payne of West Point CAme down Tuesday to spend the Fourth L B McCnbbins of Tell City was here the first oi the week visiting relatives Miss Ava Lee Board is visiting Gen and Mrs D R Murray this week Mrs Jesse of West Point is visiting her mother Mrs Mary C Huston Miss Alberta Drury of Bewleyville was in town last week visiting Ruth Miller of Irvington is the guest of Mr and Mrs Gus D Mrs Horace Allen ot Louisville are the guests ot Mr and Mrs M H Beard Miss Nell Moorman of Glendeane was the guest of Mr and Mrs Joel H Pile last week Mr and Mrs Estill E Sutton re turned to Louisville lust weeK after a visit to their parents John OReillys wheat crop threshed out twentytwo onshels to the acre Who can beat that The Rev and Mrs G L King re turned home Saturday from a visit to relatives at Mr and Mrs Ben Hook of Leaven worh Ind are visiting Mr and Mrs T J Hook and other relatives Mrs Mary Lynch has been appointed r administrator of the estate of her late bautaml Dr I L Lynch Mrs Roscoe Eskridge left today for Birmingham AK where she will visit her daughter Mrs Thomas Rich ardson Dr Harold J Beard of Livermore came home Tuesday to spend the Fourth with his parents Mr and Mrs Taylor Beard James Durham and family have moved to town and are occupying the house recently vacated by Wm Moorman Hardaway of Bewley yule was here Tuesday to register with the county ccnrt clerk as a den Minnie Murray who has been visiting Mr and Mrs George Wolf in Louisville for several weeks returned home Saturday Mrs Charles Adams has returned to Cloverport after a visit of several weeks to Mr and Mrs Charles M an t Mrs Hillary Mattinglly of Terre Haute are visiting Mr and Mrs Charles H Haltingly and other W Gardiner of Madison villle who hat been visiting his moth er Mrs R G Gardiner returned home Thursday Graham hskridge will return to Oklahoma City today after a months visit to his parents Mr and Mrs Morris Eskridge Misses Sallie and Mary Richardson of Union Star and guest Miss Clara Schrieber of Ironton 0 were visit ing Mr and Mrs Percy M Beard several days last week A reunion of the Eskridge family was held here yesterday at the resi dence of Mr and Mrs John P Has well Those present were James Eskridge Alfred Eskridge Henry Eskridge of Louisville Mr and Mrs Melville Eskridge Owensboro Gross Williams Hartford and Mrs John P Haswell Roscoe Eskridge and Mor ris Eskridge of this Miss Sarah Campbell is quite sick Miss Fannie Hardaway has return ed from her visit to Fiankfcrt Mr and Mrs Thomas Anderson have a girl baby at their house Mrs Winn has been visiting Mrs Alonzo Bennett for several days OVArton Blanford has gone to Yellow Springs Ohio to spend the Fourth Miss Ada Stith has returned from avisit to Mrs blrna Morton of Louis Nannie Hodges 1ib making a protracted visit to her daughter Mrs Rufus Cain pm MISS GENCVIVC MAY CATARRH OF BY PEBUNH Miss Gonevlve May 1817 S MeridtasM St Indianapolis Ind Member Second High School Alumni Asan writes Pcruaa Is the finest regulator ot aa disordered stomach Ihave ever found It certainly deserves highpraise for It Is skillfully prepared I was In a terrible condition from a neglected case of catarrh ot tho stomach My food had long ceased to ho ofn1good and only distressed me after ttnating I was nauseated had and headaches and felt run down com t pletely But in two weeks after I took Feruna I was a changed person A fow bottles of the medicine made a great change and In three months my stom ach was cleared of catarrh and my on tiro system In a better condition t Genovlve May Write Dr Hartman President of The F Hartman Sanitarium Columbus Ohio for free medical advice All corros pondence held strictly confidential i Mrs Jolly and Mrs Piggott and children attended our last missionary lua McCoy Alberta Drnry and Bevie Cam attended the insti tute at Hardinsbnrg c Miss Annie Payne went from the institute to the Falls to visit Misses Zilpah and Willie Chambliss Gilbert Kasej Miss Ina McCoy and Mr nnd Mrs H J Snyder went to Vine Grove Wednesday June 21 4QT medical treatment from Dr Latham IThe Breckeriridge a Addition i i I THEaI City of Cloverport For the first time in its history will be thrown open to the and for sale in lots for homes by r j CLOVERPORT REAL ESTATE IMPROVEMENT CO V 25 lots will be offered for saleis a splendid to get in on the floor and build your own home This is an ideal and one that will treble in value IIHere within a few years I DONTWORRY About Cloverports Future About Your Business About Your Position the Coming Nov Election ICome happy crowd ARDINSBURG Stephensport Payne ShellmanMr Campbellsville BrownDr tistMiss relativesDr plac- eBEWLEYVILLE villeMrs STOMACH CURED hoartbarns meetingMisses TO public offered THE AND opportunity ground location join Think of your loved ones at home your family Plan for them buildfor themthen youll be healthy wealthy and wise The future of Cloverport is brighter than ever We have every reason to believe that the via Fordsville will make k CLOVERPORT TERMINAL These lots are so situated that they command an elegant view of the L H St L Railroad and a beautiful one of the Ohio river Dont miss this golden opportunity of doing yourself good Youll rejoice you went and regret you stayed away Iiir out and friendsMiss HestonMr z railroad tI 1 ITS I Refreshments on the grounds I g1 s 4 Clovepor1 Real Est 1e Improvemen1Co The date of Sale in August win be announced Next Week 11- Nif 1- Y I rt A f dOr 1f2trr 4 + + 2n 1jtji a mi mdiS ta lIill n j Ltn 1jA1 r rrt L