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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSf 14cALLTHE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT 1 Ij VOL XXIXi CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 12 1905 8 Pages NO 52 1 LETTER FROM t H L BELLS The Preckenridge News Cloverport Ky Friend JJabbage Having been a readersbar paper utmost ever since its existence and fully realizing the a Importance and value of a county pa jer like ycprs I want to herein con granulate you upon its success More th all other issues combined do I 1 ebfke hands witL you upon the stand you have taken for temperance For if hero is a burning issue before the it people today It Is the whlskyquestion countyJr5people only have one saloon left and J that will probably be voted out In the V near future And here is hoping she will ego Some people feel like it is actually pulling their eye teeth to venyiink of voting against a saloon bqVIf fJger you once get them to see ofIi wise they are sorry that they havn t heen over there Ic ago It also saves you the tronbj jflkl annoy qucf of being pulled Rfculed at ben the liquor quQb Jwoe8 come p for they know t r going to stan p tror what 18- jJ tJmwcur pduticia in the habit of railing outf I JTst the meat trust the steel tru pstandard oil r trust Yeek as a mouse whiskytrtLa on the I thinkthough it js mostly throngh habit to get votes for when it comes to country people cursing the beef trust lots of them dont at beef once a week but J I am sorry to say that they dont come in contact with whisky that little But if they do get hold on a little beef once in a while it has never been handled by Swift or II Armour Now friend Babbage Inotice you i are working to aid the farmer in holding np prices for which the farm l et should appreciate and thank you 1 Bat more depends upon the individual effort on the farmers part than any thing else Organization is good and t all rigat as far as it goes bat yon have got to get a basis to work upon and that basis iis to have a little surplus money to back you up for if you do 1 1hot have it the other fellow already 3f Rrrittvand he therefore takes ad vantage of that fact and goes after yoa Of course the rule of supply and demand ultimately sets the price on everythng but organization and f self eHort will aid the farmer in get ting the hrst best price instead ot letting the speculator get the balk of the profits Wow dont understand me to be i a speculatorabat tile speculator who stands ready to gobble up the first profit on a com modity while the person who is really i f entitled to it is helpless ought to be frozen oat of business The specu t la psarnRppJes stood ready last fall o taKe in theafcplfl crop at 50c 60c r per barrel but the IHJHJTS shooK as pretty and nice Ben DaViaapples as 1 5adedthemc li speCJIobesand ft use them out as he saw proper and not to pay anA cant on them until he took them out and the price set was very reasonable which he himself acknowledged even told him to send his own man from the city to my orchard and pack the fruit to suit himself and that his mans board would not cost him one cent and he said No I dont want to do that for I will take my chances here in the cityI said yoa will not take any chances at my apples here in i the city and I went home thoroughly convinced that there wa a move on foot in the apple line a well a in t thetIt all the farmers weald make a few moves like that the fellow woald icon come to the producer to hay and we wouldnt have so many gluttedmar kets Fast living is one great menace to the farmers prosperity You see an ad greatBalland Shooting the Chutem the city Is very llow railroad rates to get you ithere and back You patronize these things every season and you are rob ping your farm ot its life money Yours traly HL Bell Guston Ky k Editor Rafferty Indisposed Associate editor Hovious H Rafter ty of the News staff is unable to push t the4pencil this week on account of aicknees Mr Rafferty has been with the News three years and has made good at every instant J A S Of if Meets in Owensboro E Owensboro Ky July 7One o the largest meetings yet held by the A S of E is in sessi w today All parts of the county ar j well represented and many features of the equity work are being discussed The wheat and the tobacco questions were fully considered showing chiefly that the tobacco crop was greatly reducedI and that nil wheat would be held for a least 1 a bushel It was announced by President Dunn that the warehouses were very busy and wuld not close until there wasI no more tobacco to receive He alsoI stated that the men m charge of theI warehouses were very satisfactory in their places and deserved the thanksI of all He said the tobacco situation was improving daily and that the to bacco now in tin warehouses was as good as old wheat and all know how good that is ItHe also stated that the advice of the warehouse owners was being taKen tOR great extent That advice he said was against rushing the touacco on the market at this time BEWLEYVILLEI jia Stith is building a porch for faCain Fletcher Ulaford is at home for an indefinite stay W Our Sunday services have been rain ed outfor two Sundays Mr and Mrs C H Drury visited Mrs Kate Bennett Sunday Miss Ina McCoy is visiting Miss Nannie Hicks in Stitha Valley t Mrs Hetttie McCans is spending the summer with Mrs Alonzo Bennett Miss Ola Mae Shumate began a school near Elizabethtown July 3 Dr A Moorman Hardaway will be here July 1314 and 15 to practice den tistryMiss Annie Payne has returned home from a visit to the Falls o HoughHarrison Cross colored of Louis ville formerly of this place died at his home July 5 Piercb Fardaway and Miss Blanche Jolly visited Mr and Mrs WA Stith Saturday night Miss Mannie Stltb of Louisville is spending a fortnight with Mr and Mrs lbas Blantord Will Snyder was bitten by a snake Monday morning He wits treated im mediately and is doing nicely Mr and Mrs W G Hardaway of West Point were guests of Mr and MrsThos P HardawAY Sunday Mrs J M Walker and daughter Kathleen spent several days last week in Hardrnsborg the guests ot Dr W A Walker There is nothing in the line of farm ing in our country liner than J T Stiths wheat Held unless it be a corn field near by in which this scribe has interestHon T Sherman spoke here Fri day afternoon and everybody expressed themselves as well pleased Mr Sherman is field worker tor the A S of E and is an honor to a worthy uause The Farmers will hold their picnic in uncle Joel Jordans woods near the miry pond east of town instead of on Mr Piggotts lawn as afore stated The Committee on program are en deavoring to make it worth while to comeThe marriage of Mr H C Moor man and Miss Mabel Stith was witnessed by a large crowd ot friends and relatives It was an event long to be remembered There were many nico presents Miss Mabel was oue of our best girls and deserves the sincere regrets expressed that she is no longer to be with us Rev Buck Morgan and wife of Missouri who isi i in Kentucky visiting relatives recently visited Mr and Mrs T P Hardaway Mrs Rilla Foushee and sister were with them also Buck has many friends hers who remember old school days and who rejoice tnat he was one of those who went to the Sunday School Convention at Jerusalem a year ago Golden Rod ScrofulaFew It maw develop so slowly as to cause little if Kny disturbance during the whole period o childhood It may then produce irregularity ot the stomach and bowels dyspepsia catarrh consumptionbeforemanltestlng swellingIt are quite free from it and for its complete eradica tion you can rely on Hoods Sarsaparilla The best of all medicines for all humors oJ c- E LEWISfASSUMED CHARGE of CloverDortx Baptist Church Last Sunday Morning With a Neat Sermon CONGREGATION WELL PLEASED With an unassuming dignity that marks the man who knows and with the grave responsibility of taking upon himself the pastorate of the local Bap tist church the Rev j T Lewis formally begun his charge Sunday morning with a neat sermon Regardless of the rainy morning the audience was large Beautiful music was rendered by the choir followed by Rev Lewis sermon After reading a text from Exolus Rev Lewis said in part lam impressed with the grave reo sponsibility that falls upon me in as suming charge of this church While I feel that the responsibility is great I feel that the Lord will help me carry it For six months I have been in an un settled state but 1 have had but one prayer and that was Thy will be done When I accepted the call here that was still my prayer and ev er shall be I have come among you practical ly as a stranger While 1 know some few among you I feel that I have come among a new Christian people Not a perfect Christian people nay not that but an imperfect loving kind big hearted people I have come among you to be as one of you I have CTue logo into your homes with the pure gopel I do not come to preach to the particular taste of any set or party but to preach the gospel as I un derstand it When that day comes when I must preach to please a set or party I shall quit the pulpit and gc to youfI care not what your creed is I love you Methodist Presbyterian Catholic and Baptist And I pray that we may all work together for the advancement of Gods kingdom- I have relatives here and I love them but if I shall neglect any of you it will be them Never was a pastors prospects bright er for a successful pastorate than that of Rev Lewis at this place He preach ed at the Irvington Baptist church for six years and three months and leaves a host of friends there only to be renew ed in Cloverport CURE FOR HAY FEVER Short Haynes Say Hyomel Will Give RellefSold Under Guarantee The season for hay fever in almost at hand and many people feel that they will be obliged to go away in order to avoid the sneezing watery eyes and other annoying symptoms of tbiH disagreeable sumrrer disease Short Haynes wish us to an nounce that when Hyomei is used as a preventive or a cure there will no hav fever Tney advise daily beI ment with Hyomel for two or three weeks before the usual time for the annual appearance of hay tever If this is done the Attack wUl be pre vented However if the oreventive treatment is not started soon enough and the disease makes its appearance use Hyomel six or seven times daily and relief will be given at once There is no stomach dosing when Hyomei iu used Breathed through the neat pocket inhaler that comes with every outfit its medicated air reaches the minutest air cells killing all germs and soothing and healing the irritated mucous mowhrwo The complete Hyomei outfit costs but 31 extra bottles 60 cents It is the only treatment for hay fever sold by Short Haynes under a guarantee to refund the money if it does not give satisfaction Republican Convention Called By virtue of the action of the Conn ty Committee of Breckenridge County Kentucky taken at a regular meeting thereof held at Hardinsbnrg Ken tucky on Monday June 20tn 1005 I Gus D Shellman Chairman ot said Committee do hereby call a Delegate Convention of the Rpubli can patty of said County to be held at HardlnsburK Kentucky ou Mon day July 24th 1005 at 1 oclock p m at the Court House for the pur pose of nominating candidates for the various officers to be voted for at the November election 1105 The County Committeemen forthe various precincts tor BreoKenridge County are hereby authorized and t1 directed to call precinct conventions to be held at the various voting places on Saturday July 22 at 1 oclock p m for the purpose of selecting the delegates to the County Convention The ccmmitteemen will give ten days notice hereof by post ing up written or printed notices of said precinct meetings at the respective voting places The following shows the number of delegates each precinct is entitled to select to represent the several pre emote at the County Convention Precinct No Delegates Hardingburg 1 5 Hardinsburg 2 0 Hardinsbnrg 3 G Hardinsburg 4 4 Cloverport 1 a Cloverport 2 3 Cloverport 3 0 Balltown 5 Stephensport 6 Union Star 4rMoolevville 2 Webster 5 Irvington 3 Bewleyvllle o Big Spring 1 Ouster 5 Hudson 5 Mook 4 McDanlels 4 Glendeane RocKvae 7 All known Republicans and those who will support the nominees of the party ore urged to attend the precinct conventions and all the delegates selected are especially requested to be present at the County Convention so that there may be a full and free expression of the will of the party Given under mv hand as Chairman of the County Committee of the Re publican party for Brecsenridge County Kentucky this the 8th day of July 1105 G D Shellman Chrm Jno P Haswell Jr Secy SHOOTING AFFRAY AT HUDSONVILLE On Friday last at Hadsonville Robert Day shot Lee Happy Hudson with a hot gun without warning The load struck him in the knees in flicting painful wounds but not how ever dangerous ones That evening late Peter Bennett fatheriulaw of Hudson came to town and swore out a warrant against Day for malii clone shooting at and wounding anorh er before Judge Miller The next morn ing deputy sheriff Arthur Beard and Christian Ahl left for Hndsonville to arrest Day but failed to find him and be is still at large The difficulty arose over a partnership account it is said which Day claimed to have paid but tor which he could produce no receipt The two men had previously been in business together and the difference about the account originated on Thursday It is alleged that on the next day Day shot Hudson without saying a word to him A reward of fifty dollars has been offered for Days urpstII F P PAYNE t President b t M WEATHERHOLTCashier 2000000 BANK CLOSED BY US Washington July 0 Postmaster Central Cortelyou tonight announced the issuance of a fraud order against the Peoples United States Bank of St Louts Mo its officers and agents and E IT Lewis a publisher effective July 0 The action bars the company from toe use of the mails after an investigation by the postal authorities as to the details of the ouslnesa of the institution The Postmaster General in his announcement tonight says It is understood that the funds of the bans which have not been borrow ed oy Mr Lewis and his enterprises amounting to about twothirds of the total amount remitted are deposited in banks and will be available toward reirnburaenent of the stockholders who number upward of 65000 It IsI the intention of the officers of the Postoffice Department to cooperate with the Secretary of State of Missouri in every proper way for the interests of the investors and depositors The announcement of Mr Cortelyou says that although in early articles in his magaizno Mr Leafs rep resented that he would sutscrioe to the capital stock a dollar for every dollar subscribed by all others so that he would own halt of the capital stock and the later he represented that he had pledged his entire for tune every dollar be had and his publishing business in his banking enterprise and that his subscriptions would exceed a million dollars the 30 Loans and 39356 and Fixtures 1000 secured and unsecured 219 60 Expenses Six Months includ 879 and Due Banks 11547 11 52999 inspectors found Mr Lewis bad not cooperated to the extent of a single dollar of his own money though the Dank had in operation seven monthsand had a paidup capital stock ot two trillion dollars NOTICE TO CREDITORS Breckenridge Circuit Court Mariah Uoodmans c plaintiffs- vs act No 2S4S Thomas Duncan Rc Defendant All persons having claims against the estate of Mariah Goodman decease ed are hereby notified to present their claims properly proven before me on or before the first Monday of October 1905 Lee Walls C B C C HalfDay at Shops Saturdays The forces at the shops are employed only halfday on Saturdays now This plan was in effect last year on occount of a lack of caused heavy traffic to the St Louis Fair which required the use of the rolling stock time will be resumed in the fall Will Monday Dempsters new ness house at Irvington will be com pleted this week He will move his goods in and open for business Mr Dempster will put in a 750 Fountain and of the handsomest drug stores in the county Mrs Sarah Frans and little grand daughter Velera Frank to Owensboro Tuesday to visit her son W FrankQQQQQQOQOOOOOOOOO n QQQQQQOQOOOOOOOOOr iI Lumber Lumber 11Xk t WE HAVE ON OUR YARDS AND t CAN FURNISH ON SHORT ORDER ALL KINDS ROUGH yii- t LUMBER LARGE OR SMALL t t LOTS AT REASONABLES PRICES x i+ x- Qt 0- tt ftif f When you buy a lot in the beautiful Breckenridge ad h1 g dition to the City of Cloverport at sale in August t you will want framing material to build you a home t Dont fail1 to call and see us whenI town Prices it furnished on application Special prices on large orders Y- Ax x- f ir t f I xiSEATONi WEATHERHOLT ixx Dealers in Lumber and Cross Ties = o CLOVERPORT KY t II II xxxxxxOrrrrrr rrrrrrrrrrrnrrr rr a t R Ai1 lAAAAitAitRAiA acakerrfirrrrr rrrrrrrrrrrrrrr N j BANK OF CLOVER PORT Cloverport YI r tESTABLISHED 1903 c MATTINGLYb Lumber CONDENSED STATEMENT JUNE 1905 a Ct t Resources t Discounts 03 Furniture 00 t Overdrafts t Last Timet 43 t Cash from 1 l that ale been on work bv all Full Open Dr Paul E busi up Monday Soda have one went L OF IN ti the in 1 t I 1 l II iIDirectors t PayneJ X M Weatherholt rJrLxx r x Liabilities i Capital Stock 20000 00 Deposits 26439 17 tDue National Banks 4325 00 a Surplus and Undivided Ptbfi6sy 2235 00 52999 17 4 x t Following our statements from time to time shows that we have made a steady increase from jjfS t organization We are prepared to handle large accounts and none are too small for our very best JJ- V attention Dont bo backward in opening a bank account for the reason you only have a few dol t lars but remember the small ones grow into larger ones by continually adding to themTO solicit S the business of all and thank those who have so liberally patronized us in the past Highest rate of j Y interest paid on time deposits Insured against loss by fire and burglary i I IC MARION WEATHERHOLT Cashier I UlAW oUlRltrkkkkkktStSKKKrtetkkkkkkkstkMeAWALA WAIIUAWe i y fr r The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY July 12 10W MANY DISEASES ARE PREVALENT IN PANAMA ACCORDING TO KENTUCKIAN So Much Yellow Fever That Ten Graves Arc Kept Ready For IEmergencies 4 fewf York July 5George G Mot lock of Louisville Ky superintendentt of a lock at Cluistobal who was among the passengers on the steamer Advance which arrived today from Panama said Things are very bad at the isthmus The deseases prevalent are mensels Lack measels smallpox yellow fever e hagres fever and malaria and there as one case of bubonic pleague The lead train runs from Colon to Monkey Hill cemetery a mile and a half southI f Colon always once and sometimes many as fourteen times a day an I ii sometimes has ns many as fou conies aboard In fact there is so much yellow fever about that they keep ten graves always ready for cases o r tier enoy The working clerical force on the sbtms is about 00 per cent short ne district superintendent I know halo n irk for seventeen clerks and has so ai ordy live The government teemsI o bt delaying the paying off of the men lortvone of my mates were wuttig for their money in order to itch this steamer but only six got f in time to sail Miss A A Robinson of New York who has been a hospital nurse on th isthmus also returned on the Advance M9B Robinson said she had been about a year on the isthmus and was very glad to be back again The supply of nurses she said i Beginning to fall offnnd by fall the hospital at Panama will beveiy shorthanded None of those who are leaving now will return to Panama and many others will leave as soon as possible The pay considering the conditions that prevail is not sufficient Thesick ness there is Increasing The pills that act as a tonic and nott as a drastic purge are DeWitts Littl Early Risers They cure Headache Constipation BiliooHness etc iarly Risers aro small easy to taKe and easy to sota safe pill Mack Hamilton hotel clerk at Valley City NDsajs Two bottles of these Famous Littlu iills cured mo of chronic constipa tionUood for olthor children or adolts W H Bbwell Houston 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 Stores ot testimonials prove their worth Sold by All DruggistsI Paul Jones Has a New Biographer Pul Jones for a man long dead is very much in the public eye just now but of nil that is being written about him nothing is more interesting and striking than his biography by Alfred Henry Lewis of which the fait instalment ap pears in the August Cosmopolitan This account of the great admiralwill lie one of the most important magazine contributions of the present year Paul Jones has a new biographer Mr l Fred Henry Lewis has taken him for a brine The new life will be published I TOMB i Ro1JBJJ I THE body gets its life from 1 food pn rrly digested Healthy digestion means pumIblood for the body but stomach troubles arise from carelessness in eating and stomach diSrdcnIupset tho entire system erly masticated food sours on the stomach causing distressing niseaWhenthe stomach becomes weakened and worn out and dyspepsia j claims the victi- mThcdfords I cures stomach dyspepsia and BlackDrnughtII matter and gives the stomach i now life The stomach is quickly I invigorated and the natural stimulation results in a goodIappetite with tho power to thor oughlydigest food I You can build up your with this mild and stomachIremedy Try Thedfords I I YouDraught today can PCklae from your dealer for 250 1f he docs not keep it send the money to The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn and a package will be mailad y- ouTHEDFORDS BMCKDMUGHT L Tr Four acfseFor Sick Women To Consider X Lydia E Pinfihams Vegetable Compound las an Unequalled Record of Cures Mrs Pinktiams Advice Is ConfuLsn tial Free and always Helpful FIHST That almost every operation in our hospitals performed upon women becomes necessary through neglect of suIh symptoms as backache irregular and painful menstruation leucorrhcea displacements of the uterus pain in the side burning sensation in the stom ach bearingdown pains nervousness dizziness and sleeplessness SECOND The medicine that holds the record for the largest number of absolute cures of female ills is Lydia- E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound It regulates strengthens and cures diseases of the female organism as nothing else can For thirty years it has been helping women to be strong curing backache nervousness kidney troubles all uter ine and ovarian Inflammation weak ness and displacements regulating menstruation perfectly and overcom itselfdinvaluable in preparing for childbirth- r and the change of life THIRD The great volume of Moss licited and grateful testimonials on file r fat the Pinkham Laboratory at Lynn Mass many of which are from time to time published by permission give ab solute evidence of the value of Lydia a Pinkhams Vegetable Compound and Mrs Pinkhams advice FOURTH Every ailing woman in the United States is asked to accept tho following invitation It is free will bring you health and may save your life Mrs Pinkhams Standing Invitation Womensufferingfromanytform of female weakness are invited to promptly communicate with Mrs Pinks ham at Lynn Mass All letters are answeredeby women only Fromsymptoms given your trouble may be located and tho quickest and surest way of recovery advised Out of the vast volume of ex perience in treating female ills Mrs Pinkham probably has the very knowl sedge that will help your case Surely any woman rich or poor is very foolish if she does not take advantage of this generous offer of assistance seriallyand the first instalment appears in the August Cosmopolitan Those who kuo v Mr Lewis vigorous pen look for a spirited account ld with unflagging interest- t EIGHT THOUSAND Delegates Are Attending Christian Endeavor Convention Baltimore July 0 At the formal opening ot the twentyset ond interna tional Christian Endeavor convention eight thousand delegates were pes ent and nearlyall oi the sixteen thousand seats were occupied Among the speeches of welcome were address ed by Rev Oliver Huckel and W O Atwood of Baltimore A Snooth Ankle When you find it necessary to use salve use DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve IIt Is the purest and best for sores Burns Roils Eczema Blind Bleeding Itching or Protruding Piles Get the genuine DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Sold by All Druggists Museum Proposed Plans are in progress by George B Eastin Camp United Confederate Vet eras John A Brnadus Camp Sons of Confederate Veterans and the local chapters of the Daughters of the Con federacy organizations which shrill also serve as a museum and repository of relics of the war between the States Cipt John II Leathers who was chairman of the Executive1 Committee in charge of the reunion recently held in Louisville is prominent iu the moves uient and it is probable that the men who composed the Executive commit tee will make the arrangements The need of a meeting place has been felt for some time and the museum feature it U thought will add materially to the interest in the projectLouisville Tines Friday The Diamond Cure The latest news from Paris is that they have discovered a diamond cure for consuuiptionlt you tear consumption or pneumonia it will however be best for you to take that great remedy mentioned by W T McUee coaghIuntil I took Dr Kings New Discov ery for Consumption Coughs ana Colds which gave instant relief and elfected a permanent cure Lnequall ed quick cure for Throat and Lung drugITual bottle free Believed Wheat Will Reach Dollar Wheat is selling on the local market for ninety cents a bushel and it is be lieved that the price will reach 100 in a few days The deliveries are not very heavy much of the crop being held for the expected rise in price Owensboro Messenger CASTORA Bnn Bought of thcClZS i 5 Y y Y Will to Pay For Ills Contempt The following anecdote is told of1 Gen Oilman Marston a once fatuousI New Hampshlro lawyer GenMarston WitS attending court a Dover when a young attorney made n motion that was denied by trw Court Tho young man remonstrated against what ho thought was the wrong ruling of the Judge So vehemently did lie remonstrate that he was fined 10 for contempt of court An older attorney took the matter up and he was lined n similar sum Still another whoI thought he stood a little better wit the Judge endeavored to straighten the matter out but he too enriched the coffers of the State by paying a ten spot for contempt lon Marston was then seen to rise in his seat and advanced to the clerk desk Taking his long pocketboolt from his pocket ho took out two ten dolla bills and laid them on tho desk What Is that for said the Court I want you to distinctly under stand said the General tint I have just twice as much contempt for this court as any man here and I am paying for ItBoston Herald A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES ProtrudingllIesOINTMENT falls to cure nny cast no nrutor- nf how long standing In II to 11 clays Irst implication gives ease and rust Soc If your druLBlstl liusnt It send SOcIn stumps and it will he forwarded postpaid by Purls Medl clue Co St Louts Mo North Carolina to Build Church With Tobacco Tags Shelby correspondence Kulfljrh sews and Observer J P Withrow a well known mer chant of Hollis and Ellenboro proposes to build a church at Holhs with tobac co tags Every tobacco chewer can contribute his part to this cause Ins stead of throwing away the tags just drop them Into your pocKet and for ward them to JPD Withrow Hollis N CUr Withrow bought and sold 1000 worth of tobacco tags last year which act will give a very clear idea of how easy it will be to collect enough tags to build a church Indigestion Cured There is no case of Indigestion Dyspep sia 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 Cure affords quick and permanent relief from Indigestion and all stomach troubles builds up the system and so pn titles that disease can not attack and gain a footbold 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 this most wonderful modern discovery has proven to be the Greatest digestant for the alleviation of a suffering humanity Its many cures o both children and adults grows larg er day by day Sold by All Druggists To Old Point Comfort And The Seashore AuZ 112 The Greatest Summer Trip Tne personally conducted Excursion to Old Point Confort in charge of Mr W A Wilgus S PA will run Saturday Aug 12th via Henderson Route and C x O Railway from CloverportOn train connecting with the Seashore Special leaving Louisville from Union Deput foot of Seventh street The round trip rate is only t15 CO and the tickets are good nntil Ancust liOth This is the most popular outing offered the traveling public Grandest of scenery invigorating mountain air surfbathing ocean voyage superior hotel entertainment and a visit to the Capital Stopover privileges allowed returning Delightful side trips at low rates Every attention extended to ladies traveling alone Choice cf routes re turning bo ween Richmond and Olitton Forge will be given For futhor par ticulars and sleeping car space address W A Wilgufl S P A Hopkinsvillo Kyor call on Agent Henderson Route Three Good and Just Reasons There are throe reasons why mothers prefer One Minute Cough Cure First It is absolutely harmless Second It tastes good children lure it Third It mares Coughs Croup and Wnooping Cough when other remedies fall Sold by All Druggists Great Old Town Baltimore Md July 4 1005 Mr J D Babbage Cloverport Ky Breckenridgo NewsDear Sir Enclosed find 200 to renew my subscription for the News Send to same old ads dress J C Wheeler 2025 Duncan St Louisville Ky as it will be forward ed to me at what ever point I may be atI have been here now eight weeks asSuperlntendent of erecting elevators for the American Machine Co of Louisville Ky May get away in ten days or two weeks then again may be here two months longer and your M J paper Is like a letter from old Breck enridgo cotfjjty This Is a great old 1town for hostltallty and sociability Can not be excelled by any I am very especit ally as they have saloons on Sunday I hope to meet some of myoId Kentucky friends at the Christian Endeavor Convention that meets bore this week The city is now fining np with them and it will be a grand affair With best wishes tor your paper Respoctfu1l7I Bnltih more Md When Sleep is Needed Pertect health demands not only a fixed amount of sleep but the obser perfectssleep ror man can be obtained only at rhythmicalrsuccession of light and darkness There is point to the old proverb An hours sleep before midnight is worth two after Those who are in the habit of turning night into day realize this to their cost The hour before midnight that is worth two after is from 11 to 12 And inasmuch as the human system is more below par at 3 a m than at any other period in the twentyfour hours sleep should cover at least two hours of each side of this time When life is at stake in the crisis of acute dis ease purses are Instructed to begin special stimulation at midnight and to continue it until 5 in the morning in the hope that flagging energies may be sustained through tnis period ot supreme depression Good Housekeep ing American IceCream Habit When I was in New York the ex traordinary amount of ice cream de voured by Americans was proved to me by the large area devoted In the department stoics to the sale of this popular refreshment I guess we Americans have castiron fixings said one of them when I expressed my astonishment at the way in which even elderly men and women took ire cream at social festivals Certainly the icecream habit must havesoine thing to do with the indigestion from which so many suffer in the summer At all the parties one attends in America ice cerarn is an inevitable item to the menu and it is consumed in quantities which would delight a London caterer who charges by the quart London News 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 Ur Kings New Life Pills They are a most wonderful remedy affording sure relief and cnre for headache dizziness and constipation 25c at Short Haynes drug sure Texas Tornado Fort Wortn Tex July GTbe latest reports from Montague county which was partially swept by a torna do yesterday afternoon give the num ber or dead as thirtyfive The tornado started four miles west of Nocona and moved in H southeasterly direction through a thickly settled farming communityThe traversal was about fifteen miles The only town directly in tho path of the storm was Monta gue in which the Methodist church was destroyed The Catholic and Christian churches and the court house were damaged No one was killed or Injured in Montague Heavy ram and rail accompanied the storm Good for Stomach Trouble aud Constipation Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets have dons me a great deal of good says C Towns of Rat Por tage Ontario Canada Being a mild physic the after effects are not unpleasantand I can recommend them to all who suffer from stomach disor der For sale by Short Haynee Accidental Death of Kentuckian Vickbsurg Miss July 6li P Evans of Cleveland Ohio who has been engaged in pushing a wueelbar row on a journey of 10000 miles in an effort to win a large wager was ac cidentally shot and Killed in the coun try near here Evans lived several hours after the accident occurred and made pstate ment saying that his revolver was thrown from the wheelbarrow on ac count of the roughness of the high way The weapon exploded Evans re ceiving the shot in the abdomen Evans it is said had nearly completed his long journey having started from Cleveland in May 1004 He was a native of Kentucky Crops In Glendeane Neighborhood Crops in the Glendeane neighbor hood are splendid corn is climbing and a large yield is expected Thrash ers are doing their work but are hin dered greatly by the rain Tobacco makes a fine showing on R G Rob ertsons place When you want ft pleasant laxative that is easy to take and certain to act use Chamberlains Stomach and Liver tablets For sale by Short HaynesI L 4- 1e JS The Kind Yon Have Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has borne tIle signature of 4 and has been made under his per j 4 V sonfrtsupervislon since its infancy cMUM1 Allow no one to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA IlII Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pares Boric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroysNnrcotiottand allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates tho Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep Tho Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend4- GENUINE CASTORIAALWAYS S1 Bears the Signature of re s r 4 The Kind You Have Always Bought J In Use For Over 30 Years s a THE CENTAUR COMPANY 77 MURRAY STREET NEW YORK CITY SUPERVISORS LETTER Overseers Must do Their Prescribed Duties As County Supervisor of roads in and for Breckenridge countrrq desire thnt each overseer on my roads be familiar with the duties that the law imposes on fin overseer There is much complaint coming from all parts of tho county on account of the condition of the pub lic roads occassioned by the recent washing rains I propose to do my duty and I propose that each assistant supervisor overseer and hand on the roads shall do exactly what the law requires For fail tires I will see that the penalties prescribed by law are enforced 1ii have addressed letter or notice like the following to each overseer in the county through my assistants If you do not get a notice advise my assistant or myself Official Notice To Road Overseers Hardinsburg Ky July 11905 Mr James Allen Overseer County Road My Dear Sir As the Supervisor of roads in and for Breckinridge County Ky I am under heavy bond to secure the faithtul performance of mv official duties In addition to this the law plainly says that for any failure on my part to properly perform the duties of said office I snail be liable to a heavy fine for each offense The law further provides that you under your appointment as overseer are hound to assist the supervisor in your district or precinct in looking after and keeping in good condition the county roads especially your own road you are to promptly report any obstruction to travel to work your road at least 4 days in a year and more if necessary and 4 days means what it says and it is yourv plain duty to report any hand warned by you to work who fails to report on the roadwith the required tools and do good work You will report such conduct on the part of your hands to the County Judge For any failure on your part to comply with the law you are subject to a fine of from 5 to 10 for each offense Every hand who falls or refusts to work the road when warned by you is subject to a fine Ipropose to have a better road system in the county I ask your assistance and coop eration in the matter and we will have every hand overseer and assistant supervisor to do his full and complete duty If it is necessary to have hands or overseers fined to accomplish my purpose that I will do Each shall do exactly what the law requires I re c muiend the working ot roads as soon as possible Call out your hands while the supervisor is on your road and he can assist you in getting good results 1 require a written report from each overseer in the county by September 15 = stating the condition of his road and whether or not it has been worked and the names of all men warned and who failed to appear or do good work fas required by Jaw Asking your assistance in this matter and suggesting a strict and prompt compliance with the directions herein given I remain Very respectfully S T Smith S R B CrI jlI11 I II I This wonderful preparation it not a DYE but is a hair and scalp food and is guaranteed to produce re suits after all socalled hair restorers have failed It is strictly a scientific preparation It will gradually restore gray hair to original color softness and youth fill beauty It contains neither oil nor grease and will not gum the hair Frees the head from and prevents dandruff Makes the hair grow profusely even on bald heads Cutes any disease of the scalp It Is perfectly harmless in every way It IIs an elegant dressing for the hair SOc and 100 bottles at druggists or large size prepaid by express on receipt of 8100 p Take no substitute Itis the BEST your money can buy 6 THE 2UT CENTURY CHEMICAL BROWNSVILLE TENNaCOI Sanfords Fine Inks S Mucilage In full assortments of handy size bottles Library and photo pastes to boot JNO D BABBAGE School books etc Subscribe for T5he NEWS t fM I I I r yAt The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY July 12 1005 r Kentucky Fair Dates Lancastei July 188 days Crab Orchard July 19a days Hustonville July 2G3 days Uadisonvillc August 16 days Danville August 28 days t Eminence August 23 days Harrodsbarg August g4 days Winchester August Q3 days Fern Creek August 164 days Shepherdsville August 154 days Lawrenceburg August 154 days Vanueburg August 1G4 days I juthrie August 178days I Columbia August 224 days Shelby ville August 224 days Springfield August m4 days Pembroke August 2aa days Nicholasville August 293 days Mardstown August aOdays orence August 804 days lizab thtown September Ti3 days jionticello September 54 days Glasgow September 134 days The Kentucky State Fair Lexington September lt6 days Henderson September 26U days Falmouth September 274 days Owensboro October 1U5 days TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE nnoo QUININE Tab lets All druggists refund the money If It- tdls to cure E W Groves signature Is or box 5- cShelbyville to Try Swiss Colony Shelby ville KyJuly 7The ques tion of satisfactory labor here has become a matter of paramount inn oortance and it is expected that ar rangerngfltswfll be made immediately jfTJEfwlll result in the housekeepen being no longer dependent on the colored people for help In Laurel county there ia now a Swiss colony and those who compose it are said to be favorably dis posed to a change of location Two of ShelbyvilleB most prominent citizens have determined to present to the colony the opportunities tor good homes that are here for white help and if possible induce all or a part of these people to come to Shelby ville They left this morning for London for that purpose and have instructions from at least fifteen housekeepers to arrange for cools and honsegirls for them and are assured tbat all that will come can be pro vided witn good homes A Sustaining Dell These are the enervating days when as somebody has said men drop by the sunstroke as if the Day ot Fire had dawn t They are fraught with tJsngeVfo people wbose systems are poorly sustained and this leads us to say in the interest of the less ro bust of our readers that the full effect of Hoods Sarsaoarilla is such as to suggest the propriety of calling this medicine something besides a blood purifier and toniosay a sustaining diet It mazes it much easier to bear the heat assures refreshing sleep and will without any doubt avert much sickness at this time of year 1677 Injured on Fourth ofJuly Chicago July 5Returns from all sections of the United States covering Fourth of July fatalities accidents and fires show that 40 are dead and 1677 more or less seriously injured on account of the celebration Figures a year ago showed the fatalities to be 008 dead and 1045 injured Cas nalities this year show the following causes Runaway 40 powder burns 154 fireworks 1064 toy pistols 58 arms all kinds 170 cannons ire fire losses 228750 Of the deaths reported three were from lockjaw which developed from advance celebration ot Independence Day Many more deaths are expected to ensue from this cause within the next tew weeks The advice of phy sicians tor immediate cleansing and cauterizing of wounds containing gunpowaer mixed with dirt was observed Inh undreds of cases with the probable result that there will be no serious effects Tho giant cracker and the toy can son were responsible for many ser ious injuries and the gun that wasnt loaded was another fruitful source of mls hiefThe torpedo cane was the most popular instrument of amusement for children and while there were a considerable number of casnalities credited to it the local police say it proved one of the saftest articles in the celebration Avoid all drying inhalants and use that which cleanses and heals the membrane Elys Cream Balm Is sucha remedy and cures Catarrh easily and pleasantly Cold in the head vanishes quickly Price 50 cents at druggists or by mail Catarrh causes difficulty in speak ing and toagreat extent loss of hearing By tho use of Elys Cream Balm dropping of mucus has ceasea voice and hearing have greatly in provedJ W Davidson Atty at Law Monmodtb Ill Nichols Buys Two Bloodhounds X Tlichoi8 of this city deputy Umited Stttw aari11a1kat parchucd f Jr 1 a pair of fine bloodhounds from an I upper county which will arrive in this city Monday The dogs are of a tine strain and carry with them a pedigre of excellent standing They are young but are both well broke and Mr Nichols Isays he will have use for them im mediately Ho says that they are among the very finest that can tie prJ cured in tIns country and with proper conditions can defy the escape of anyone who is being pursued t y this pair of animals The two brutes cost Mr Nichols a large sum of money Owensb ro Messenger A Horses Neigh Kills a Child Elizabethtown Ky July 7Virgil Carrott njjed three years was fright ened to deatn wiulo playing in front or his parents homo near this city A passing horso gave a shrill neigh a few feet from the child pUll tho latter was seen to fall When picked up the little thing wits found to have expired almost instantly The strange manner of the childs death has produced a decided sensa tion here- Powers i Case Trans tered to U S Court Judge A M Cochran ot the United States Court for the Eastern District of Kennedy yesterday handed down a decision holding that the Caleb Pow ers case was transferred to the United States Court oy his petition for removal He orafred the writ of habeas corpus to issue to transfer the custo dy of the prisoners person to the Fed eral authorities The attorneys for the State will take an appeal to the Uni ted States Supreme Court An order was issued that pending the appeal the prisoner should be kept in jail in NewportIt said at Frankfort last night that the case would be called in the Circuit Court at Georgetown Monday br Judge Stout and further that the State officers would probably refuse to comply with a demand from the United States Marsn l for the cusody of Powers Elihu Root Accepts Office Oyster Bay July 7offiolal an nouncement was made here to aay that Eliha Root has been appointed secre tary ot state Tno announcement was made today on the authority of President Koose velt in the following statement siren out by Secretary Loeb Elihn Root nas accepted the tender by the president otthe secretaryship of state He will take the oath of office in a couple of weeks but it will nec essarily be some little time before he closes np his business affairs He will not go to Washington permanently c until some time in September Do Not Want 1150 a Day Lexington Ky July 7Negroes- are reported to have entered into a combination here and agreed not to work in narvest fields for f1 GO a day the price offered by farmers Whaat is going to waste for lack of labor to harvest it Three nergo men known to have refused offers of work in har vest fields were arrested for vagrancy and sentenced to the workhouse FarI mem are taxing steps to procure Swedish help Dlnebenril I Who was the original Bluebeard asks a writer In the London Chronicle He continues We owe the familiar Bluebeard of the pantomime to Charles Perrault the Frenchman who publish ed in 169007 his Immortal stories of Bluebeard The Sleeping Beauty Little Red Riding Hood and Cinder ella But It Is very uncertain who If anybody was Perraults model for Bluebeard Some have supposed that it was our Henry VIII others that the tale Is a lampoon Upon the castle lords of knight errantry days In general Perhaps the favorite candidate has been Giles de Rals marshal of France who was hanged and burned In 1440 for an awful series of crimes During fourteen years he was believed to have kidnaped about 150 children tortured them sacrificed them to the devil burned their bodies and burled their bones In his castle grounds But the resemblance between his tale and Blue beards Is too slight to bo convincing An Unmarried Widow It would appear that the standard of happiness of at least one African widow in Manhattan bad reached high water mark Judging by this advertise ment published a few days ago Widow colored age 34 with high school training vocalist excellent cook desiresI a husband same age or younger awful extremely fair clean sober moral and never been married Address WIDOW The following personal printed In a metropolitan newspaper the other day deserves a class by itself A European gentleman wlshe to meet an American who Is the typical daughter of all that Is most admirable In our age one rifted with the bold frankness of un derstanding the enthusiasm of expectan cy the merry cheerfulness oT superiority the psychical and physical alertness of those of tomorrow the worldly hInde- pendence of this optimist must be dupU cated view matrimonyFESTINA LENTS New York Press Kaive For Bride The custom of giving knifes to brides was formerly a common pray Lice when it was fashionable for wo men to wear knlvea sheathed and BUS v4 itorltp Lr pcUII J willing Ii y 1 PEN PICTURES OF MISSIONARY rIr r IrWOMENIr I r m 4 = During the late annual session of the Louisville Conference W F M S held in Bowling Green Ky Rev W F Loyd pastor of the church in which the meeting was held made some very striking pen pictures of the olllcers of tho Conference Society which wo tqk3 pleasure in giving the women of our town and county know ing as we do the interest they have in this great work tjiat IB being donG by these women The Doctor has modestly left out the picture of his own lovely wife whose saintly face and character to gether wih the many sterling qualities sne possesses so well tit her for the important office she holds that of first Vice President ol the Conference Mrs M K Carter is the business woman of the Conference medium height rather heavy set black eyes that nash blank hair dark complex ion rather nervous manner always on the alert deeply consecrated and quite liberal accustomed all her life to the surroundings of wealth but never departing from Christian sim plicity in dress and bearing this is the woman who is the treasurer for the Conference society It One of the most usefull women of the body is Mrs S G Shelley She is secretary tor the Columbia district Low in stature full figure fair skin dark hair gray eyes soft but strong voice a ready writerdeeply religious her whole heart in the work face that expresses the consecration of her life Mrs Shelley makes a favorable im pression on all whom she meets She has traveled that heavy district in the buggy with her Husband who is the presiding elder and has organized a W F M Society in almost every church YY The hostess of Miss Tula Daniel do dares that she is the Bishop of this gathering Miss Daniel is the member of the Womans Board trom the Louisville Conference and this makes her advice and counsel a necessity and being a woman of very high order of mind she is consulted by all the women Rather stout fair com plexion dark hair flashing black eyes quick nervous manner clear soft voice but with carrying power easy to weep under religious emotion powerful in prayer protoundly relig ions widely read and h writer of many gifts this is Miss Daniel who tor seven years bus held the office ot corrtsponding secretary It Miss Kate McDaniel the secretary of the body is low in stature rather heavy fair safe dark hair anJ blue eyes with a quick nervous manner and pleasant bearing tnat mazes her very approachable She has a fine voice that can be heard all over the house and is quick with her pee She has been secretary tor ninny years offered an opportunity or presenting something novel or ornamental In the cutlery line and frequent reference to such presents occurs In the plays of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries In the Witch of Edmonton 1048 for instance the bride is described UH wearing tIle new pair of Sheffield knives fitted to one sheath A list of trinkets usually worn by ladles about limo includes girdles knives purses and pin cases In Dekkers Match Me In London 1031 the bride says to her Jealous husband See at my girdle hang my wedding knives With these dispatch me- Intllgnat Ion Law Notes relates that Albert E Pillsbury former attorney general of Massachusetts on visiting the birth place of Horace Greeley in Amherst N II noticed that there was no pla card about the place to Inform the public of Its historical Interest Ac cordingly ho himself tacked 6n the house a card which read This is the birthplace of Horace Greeley While ho was engaged at this task a passing native paused to read the card and turning to Mr Pillsbury he remarked with some acidity The gall of some of you fellers that hev made money In the city is fairly slcknin1 What do you suppose folks here care whether you was born on this farm or some other farm Thems my sentiments Mr Greeley and dont you forglt Itl Carried It With Him A short time ago a burial took place at sea from one of his majestys cruis ers As there were no leads with the stores large pieces of coal were attach ed to the body in their place AH the crew were summoned on the quarte deck for the burial Just as the body was being lowered Pat burst out laugh Ing Next morning the chaplain sent for Pat and asked for an explanation of his laughter at such a very solemn time Sure now replied Pat Olve heerd o many a wan goln below but Olve nlver seen wan take Is coal with nn afore London Tater and knows all the details of the office She is a woman of strong mInd and in her home county ot Christian she is the superintendent of education Indeed one rain but be struck with the high grade of intelligence mani fested by all these missionary women Mrs Geo E Foskett is of medium height slender built and not heavy She has moderately dark hair fair skin and gray oyes Her gnza iis straighforward and while her eye is mild you feol like she iis looking right down into your soul But is is a kindly look the look of sympathy and not censure just as though if she should see anything in you that was wrong she would be sorry and at once help you to remove it Her voice is clear and strong and has rather more uarrvlnt power than most womens voices When she is aroused her voice is impressive and her manner com manding She is modest in bearing and being as she says a Quaker she does not like to act until the Spir it moves her Then she carries con viction One of the notable features of the missionary meeting now in session is the number of preachers wives in attendance There are at least eight or ten Mrs Geo E FosKett Mrs W F Lloyd Mrs T H Morrli Mrs P G Thogmorton Mrs A L Mell Mrs J W Love Mrs C H Prstheo Mrs S G Shelley and perhaps others are present This speaks volumes as to the fact that the wives of the preachers are cooperating with their husbands in the work Not only are the wives helping but their daughters also There are present two daughers of Rev B F Orr two of Rev T V Joiner and one of Rev M M Hunter These we noted and there may be others A pleasant feature of the occasion is the fact that all the preachers wives will dIne tomorrow with Mrs WF Lloyd Mrs Josephine Campbell the Kor ean missionary is in appearance about fifty years of age She is the granddaughter of Martin Ruter the first Methodist preacher who received the degiee of Doctor of Divinity ana who was the first missionary to Texas in the days when it was a part of the Republic of Mexico Her father also was a preacher and her nusband likewise Alter her husbands death she offered for the mission field and was sent to China Later she was transfer red to Korea She is rather large with chestnut brown hair blue oyes light complexion retiring manner and with a voice as soft and gentle as a May zephyr But she is heroic and knows how to endure the hardships of missionary service Sunday night she told how she was forced to sup erintend the building of a twostory brick house in Korea Extremely Low Rates ANNOUNCED VIA SOUTHERN RAILWAY Extremely low rates are announced via the Southern Railway from Louis ville for the following special occasions S 2925 Denver Colorado Springs and Pueblo Col and retain August 11 12 and 11 account Fraternal Order of Eagles S 2300 Denver Colorado Springs nn1 Pueblo Col and return August 20 to Sept 2 insclusive account National Encampment Grand Army of the Republic- S 1585 Athens Ga and return July I Sand 15 account Athens Summer School S 665 Chattanooga Tenn andreturn Sept 10 17 and 18 account Regimental Reunion Annver sary Battle of Chickamauga S 6150 Portland Ore anrt return daily up to and including Sept 30 ac count Lewisand Clark Centennial Exposition 7250 Portland Ore and return going or rtturning via San Francisco and Los Angeles frequent dates during July August and Sept account Lewis 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the cool breezes and beautifulsunsets The Cloverport Real Estate and Land Company will otfer these lots at public auction on August 10 Here is a golden opportunity to get a site for a home if you havnt one and want one Rumembpr these are the only lots in this town available for homes The date of the sale is August 10 Secretary Taft in his recent speech at New Haven on the ad ministration of the criminal law says Harpers Weekly struck a blow at an existing legal condition which has already arou ed much discussion Mr Taft pointed out the absurdity of permitting a de fendant to take the witness stand but not compelling him to do so DistrictAttorney Jerome in commenting upon the speech of Secretary Taft said How absurd it is to have a defendant sit by during his trial and speculate on the peoples case and then if he finds it weakstay off the witness stand but if he feels that he can beat it by taking the stand go on in his own defence 1 Cant this community trust its own judges to give any man a fair trial How much better it would be to f How the prosecution to call him if he didnt want to take the stand Mr Jerome said also in support of Mr Tafts con tention that experience had shown that a convicted man with means who is ready to use all his resources in the fight has it in his power to make it exceedingly slow and highly expensive for a prosecuting official to bring him to punishment It is to be hoped that these opinions will carry sufficent weight at least to modify the absurd con ditions noted in the provisions of our criminal law THE RETVRtf OF MR ROOT We congratulate Mr Roosevelt most heartily upon the illustrious success of the persuasion that has won back to his Administration and to the service of the people the statesman whose ability and force of character were appraised in these remarkable terms by tho President about eighteen months ago Jn John Hay I have a great Secretary of State In Philander Knox I have a great Attorney General In other Cabinet posts I have great men Elihu Root could take any of these places and fill it as well as the man who is row there And in addition he is what probably none of these gentlemen could be a great Secretary of War llihu Hoot is the ablest man 1 have known in our Government service I will go further He is the greatest man that has appeared in the public life of any countryin any position on either side of the ocean Jn my timeii We likewise congratulate the people of the United States upon the circumstance that the post made vacant by John Hays death the place of principal adviser to the President is to be filled by ft man triIbuteI to law Elihu Root avowed this ft year anda half agog Upon his retirement from an office where he had been exercising as he reminded his friends of the New York bar the most arbitrary power known to our Government Mr Root then said to the lawyersIThe dearest hope I have in thinking of the future men the Filipinos over whom I have exercised the tremendous power I have spoken of is that they too may learn that the law is superior to men that they may learn that upon law is basedordered liberty and happi ness and growth What American will not rejoice that the next Secretary of State is to be one who will carry into the Cabinet the profoundreverence for law which is indicated by the foregoing words the inveterate habit of regarding every public question from the point of view which holds the law always superior to the maneven to the man inI the highest of executive offices 1 We also congratulate Mr Root for he is returning to that field of activity ambition and usefulness wherein he properly belongs ItI is a poor compliment to him to join in the talk about the great sacrifice of personal inclination and pecuniary advantages that be isI making The rewards of life are not all marked with the dollar mark He is sacrificing smaller things for greater New York Sun j u ADDITIONAL LOCAL v Mr and Mrs P J Herman of Tell City and Miss Sarah Elizabeth Haynes of Irvine Ky spent Sunday with t Mrs Chas Hook Miss Louise Weatherholt accom panied her aunt Mrs Marion Ryan to Louisville on steamer Tell City Sun day for a weeks visit Mrs Lou West and Mrs Annie Shaoklet of Sterling Kan who have been the guests of Mr and Mrs H U Pate have returned home Mr and Mrs James Hill and son James Miss Ollle MonatKins and Miss Cecil Tolbert spent Sunday at Mr and Mrs Ridely Berrys riverside home A three hundred pound cake of ice in which a beautiful bunch of flowers was frozen was on exhibition in front of A R Fishers drug store Satur r F t day This is one of A L Forts effects and it did him proud Joe Morrison returned Saturday from Greenwood Ind where he has been in the service of the Polk can nery He is here making rea dy for the operation of the local cannery which will begin about July 17 Mrs J R Burton and daughter Miss Georgia of Cape Uinardeau Mo who have been visiting her fath er Mr John Beauchamoof Sample left for home Thursday Her father accompanied her to Louisville Mootman Willis who has been in the government service in the Philip pines for the last three years will ar rive home the latter part of Septem ber After arriving at San Francisco on his return he will probably make a tour cf the West as he crosses the continent I REMEDY CATARRHI I I IB sure to GIV- ESatisfaction Elys Cream Balm Grel Relief at Once It cleanses soothes and heals the dis i I eased membrane Itv r EVEfR In the Read quteid Heals and Protects the Membrane Restores the Senses of Taste and Smell Full size 50c at druggists or by mall Trial Size lOt by wail ELY BROTHERS M Warren Street NY- ANNOUNCEMENTS I FOR JAILER I JUaUYBreckenriage county subject to the of the Republican party atlonII OJ 7 f M SHOP NOTES I Joe Allen is on the SICK list Fletcher Pauley is on the sick list John Ridge of Louisville boiler maker has a place at the shops Wm Dorst has charge of a crew of nine men at work on the Extension Six more boarding cars have been eqniped for the crews at work on the ExtensionBaggage car No 5 goes out Satur day after having been in the shops for light repairs and painting- A parlor car will go into the paint shop today for light repairs varnish ing and general cleaning Kidely Berry toreman of car repair department has been sic several days but is getting along nicely to date Ice from the shops is furnished the accommodation train and the branch line This was formerly supplied from Evansville and Louisville- A scenery oar 64 feet long on outside and 62 feet in the clear has been built at the shops The time required was two months This is the only car of its kind on the road George Gregory has resigned his place at the shops as boiler maker and taken up like work in the L N shops at Louisville lie will move his family to the city within a tew weeks Large Lumber Business Seaton dv Weathernolt of this town are creating much activity in the lumber business throughout the coun ty Nearly 300 000 feet of wagon stock was shipped to Owensbcro from herein the last few days by this thm They have several sawmills in operation in the timoer sections of the county Wheat Sprouting in The Shock Mr Lew Waggoner was in town Monday and said that so much rain had fallen in the lutes Run neighbor hood that the wheat was sprouting in the shock He said that no thrashers had been out his way yet Send in your Subscription now Resolutions of Respect Whereas it nas pleased the Supreme Ruler of the Universe to call from our midst our beloved brother Dr Isaao I Louis Lynch on the twentyseventh day of June nineteen hundred and five to a higher and a better life therefore be it- Resolved Chat through his death Glendeane llodge No 747 F A M has lost a true and loyal brother One who had at all times and under all circumstances stood for the welfare of his lodge and his brotner Masons Second That the members of this Lodge extend to the widow and fami ly of our brother their hearttelt sym pathy and though the gloom of sadness is gathered about them would bid tnem reflect on the life of a lov ing husband and true Mason in all that the word implies Third That the members wear the usual oadge of mourning for thirty daysFourth J Th at a copy of these reso lutions be placed on the records of this lodge one be sent to the widow and relatives that a page of our record be set aside to his memory and these resolut ions Tnat a copy be sent to the Masonic Home Journal j tor publication and that a copy be sentII to the Breckenridge News and the Democrat with a request that it be published j MoormanR1 y Committee Arthur E Smith J of I W A Walker I- Sj j Sj jjJjjjj J Ijhj Patronize your home dentist 1fi- jl Office over Klnchelocs Drug Store w X HARDINSBURCI KYtttp 1 CURE FAILSii CURES WHERE ALL ELSE Best Couth Sjnip Tastes Good UM tD time Sold by drutrlsts CONSUMPTI Condensed Statement of Condition ofii Bankof HardlnsburgitHardinsburg Ky t At the Close of Business June 30 1905 tI t 1 RESOURCES Notes and BillsdM 20275441 jjOverdrafts MM 122593 Cash in Safe anti other Banks 5067500 t Stocks and Bonds 366522 House and Lot1800 00 iiBanking Estate 58679 and Fixtures400 00 iiTotalM 26110735 is no business too small to use our bank to advantage Weare for the small accounts and of and children It is a for the child to have a bank Iaccount and form business habits We pay interest on time deposits Very respectfully + M H Cashier 1 N NNtt REPORTkOF THE States Bank- At the close of business on the 30th day of Juno 100- 5HESOURCES Loans and discounts J 47396 71 Overdrafts secured Overdrafts unsecured Duo from NationalI Hanks 3450 20 Duo from State Banks and Bankers 2600 00 Due from Trust Com panies 60b6 Ranking House and lot Other Real Estate Mortgages U S Bonds Other Stocks and Bonds Specie JF55 00 Currencym 2474 00 632700 ClearingsOther Cash Furniture and Fixtures 1551 12 Fund to pay Taxes Current Expenses Last Quarter Current Expenses Last six months 5C9 16 Give description locution value and how long owned all real estate except banking house and lot If any owned longer than five years J tllIOOOi 21 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid In in cash f 15000 00 Surplus J umL 317 18 Undivided Profits IIti23 30 Duo Depositors as fol lows viz Deposits subject to chock on which Int Is not paleL1 S 25459 67 Deposits subject to check on which Int Is paid Demand certificates of deposits on which Int Is paid Time certificates of deposits on which Int Is paid 16500 00 44959 67 Savings Deposits on paidCertltied Duo National Banks Duo State Bunks and Bankers CompaniesCashiers tall alll Bills rediscounted Unpaid dividends unpaidCapital SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of Indebtedness of any stockholder company or firm including in the li ability of the company or firm the llaolllty of the Individual members thereof directly or Indirectly If such Indebtedness ex ceeds 20 per cent of capital stock actually paid in and actual amount of surplus of the bank None How Is indebtedness stated in above Item 1 secured See Sec 583 Kentucky Statutes Highest amount of Indebtedness of any director or officer If amount of such Indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paid up capital stock of bank None See Sec 583 Kentucky Statutes How Is same secured Does amount of indebtedness of any person firm in cluding in theliability of the company or firm the liability of the individual members thereof exceed 30 per cent of paid up capital and actual surplus No If so state amount of such Indebt edness Amount of last dividendr 600 00 Were all r ti and taxes i 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 sam dividend was declared Yes See Sec 596 Kentucky Statutes 610001 STATE or KENTUCKYS8County of Breckenrldge j JohnS Adair Cashier of The Two States Bank a Dank located and dtilng business in insaicjcountybeingis iu all respects a true statement of the con dition of the said Dankjat the close of busi ness on the 30th 100 tQ the best of his knowledge and belief and further says that the business of said Bank has been transacted at the location named and not elsewhere and that the above report Is made in compliance with an ofllclul notice received from the Secretary of State designating the 30th of June 1905 as the day on which such report shall be made Subscribed and sworn to before me by John S Adair the 3rd day of July 1905 W F HOOK ClerK BrecKenrldge Co Court By R S SKILLMAN D O O W PAYNE 1 K A 8HELLMAN Directors- R A I S ADAIR Cashier fty LIABILITIES Capital1 Stock 1 M 2500000 Surplus Fund and Undivided Profits2413163Dep- osits 21097572 Dividend No 29 due July 1 1905 fat 4 per cent 100000 Totalx261107 35 There anxious accounts ladies splendid education methodical BEARD Two 105Seshnterest SMITIiJOIN State Bank of Ky Owensboro Ky Wants time deposits and will pay interest on same Board of directors is com posed of eleven of the saf est and most influential men in the county Write for Particulars Dr A P LathamHAS REMOVED TO- ELIZABETHTOWN KY and established The Latham Medical Institute Where Chronic Diseases are treated by harmless rational and satisfying methods Including Romeo opathy Medical Electricity Hy drotherapy Osteopathy Massage Polar Therapy Suggestion Tlbratlon and Dietetics t CHARGES MODERATE wr KY L II ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No48 Dally Fast Train leaves Cloyerpo 507 A at West Point only arris es at Louisville 715 A M No K Dally Mall ana impress leaves Ole verport 952 A M stops at all way stations arrives Louisville 1235 p m Train No 44 Dally last mall leaves Olo verport 4 48110 m stops at all way staitons east of Cloverport except Mystic arrives at Louisville 725 p m Train No 48 Dally Cloverport accommodation arrives Cloverport 830 p m I WEST BOUND No 47 Dally Cloverport accommodation leaves Cloverport 630 a m arrives Evans vllle 900 am expressleavesHawesville Maceo Owensooro Stanley Spottsville Henderson and Ev ausvlUetarrJv3 St LOuis 720 p m TraIn rto 43 Mail and Express dally arrives Cloverport 736 p m Evansville 1030 p m Stops at all stations No 45 daily St Louis fast train leaves Clo verport 11 M arrives Evansville 135 A061PM St A M stops at Hawesvilte Owensboro and Henderson only Chair cars on trains 41 and 44 between Louisville and Evansville Through sleeping cars and reclining chair cars on trains 45 and 46 between Louisville and St Louis Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND Train No 2 Dally except Sunday leaves Fordsville 430 a m arrives Irvington 840 amTrain No4 Dallv except Sunday leaves Fordsville 320 pm arrives Irvlngton 520 p mTrain No6 fFordsvilleWEST BOUND Train No 3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irvlngton 650 am arrives Fordsville 245 pm Train No 5 Dally leaves Irvington 650 p m arrives FordsvlUe 925 D m Women find quick relief in DrThachers Liver and Blood Syrup I IICE f7ICEThe i Light and Ice Company are now making iceIIt is good solid and cold made from distilled spring water and is the purest and best ice on the market 1 We solicit your trade Special ratesio-n i carload lots Write or phone us for price k- I A I A L FORT Mgrh Iidt i i Cloverport Water Light and Ice Co Cloverport KYK I Il vBOWLING GREEN Southern Normal School Bowlin 1 Green Business Colligt t i tf INational School r Tilifraph I SustalllS Teachers SCientific Using Law eoerctand Special Courses of Siifl Cataloouaa and Journals Free ORADUATES SIICURIIPosiTit7lVg WIIITcAddress Graan Kyi i r To Cure a Cold in One Day QTM Grip trt fa Tiro Days Tale Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets A PN L on may Sever IItoKIi toM fc Mt 12 Marts Thk signature tlYC rititrlr POX 25C v rr I A D CT 4 BOUT THE BLUES What Is known as the Blues IIexistInge disordeedr THIS IS A FACT which may be demonstrated by trying a course of Ms PillsI They control and regulate the LIV E They bring hope and bouyancy to the mind They bring health and elastic ity to the body TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY July 12 1905 Miss Oenaie Wills is sick 1 gal best syrup 80o Pophum Bros Best patent dour 70o sack Popfaam Bros vA grand old picnic at McDauiels July 22- Bananas and oranges at the Englisn KitchenMrs Joe Allen is vIsiting relatives atVictoriaErnest of Louisville was here Saturday Mrs Darnell Dowden visited in Can nelton last week M V MO9rmanof Glendeane was 1 italvnIondayGeorge is at home on a visit to his parents Rev T 0 Kerr preached at the Presbyteiian church Sunday Born to the wife of George Chris Jane 30 a boy Ernest Everitt I 1 IrvingtoJuly 1 work Ice cream furnished ror picnics lower than you can make It at home English Kitchen Mr and Mrs Chas Rose of Louis vine have been visiting the Stones who live near town Mr and Mrs Joe Fitch spent tan day in West Point Mrs Fitch will remain over ten days Mr and Mrs W A Lnsk of Indi anola Miss are vlsitting her parents Mr and Mrs J E Keith Edward Harris spent Sunday here Granulated sugar 10J2 lbPop ham Bros Five bars laundry soap for 10 cents at the English Kitchen John Corley who has been sick to several daysis improving rl Our soft drinks are ice cold and re freshing English Kitchen Rev J T Lewis 13 moving int the Baptist parsonage this week George Rose of Oklahoma has bee visiting the Stones of near town Mr and Mrs Joe Gedling are the proud ossessors of a new daughter daagbteRr visited in Hardin county last week There will be u big picnic at Me Daniels July 22 EverYbody is mvitd Irvin OBrien was at home Sunda tfrom the cement works near Neu- Point John Allen Murray was down fromI Louisvilli Sunday to bo with hisI mother G W Payne and son Gordon of Stephensnort were in Louisville ThursdayChas Bohler was at home Snnday from his post on the extension out of W6t Point Miss A Louise Babbage and J D Babbage Jr were in Hardinsbnrg andI Glendeane Friday David May was here from Owensbo ro Sunday visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Chas AJay C A Creary ot Huntington W Va was the guest of Mr and Mrs A H Murray Sunday Sam Robertson of McFall Mo who has been visiting relatives in the county has returned home Mrs Eugene Reynolds of Marshal Tex wno has been visiting relatives here left for her home Monday Mrs Aitie Bnwn and little daughter of Evansville who have been visiting here went to Canuelton Monday staya SUPPORT SCOTTS EMULSION serves u abridge to tarry the weakened and starved system along until It can find firm support in ordinary food Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemist 409415 Purl Street New York soc and f raol all druggist L of 1 DRRPKEENEJRepresenting I11 TAYLOR KEENE TAYLOR m f 1 DENTISTS i mOF1 OWENSBORO f Ii I I fIII on nil wishing HI I Class Den tstry I1 I be Here July 10 to 16 tf Perserving kettles 25o to GOc Pop ham Bros Chae Miller and wife returned to Hopklnsville Tnesdav latDont forget our lunch when you come to town English Kitchen George Thayer ot Cleveland lenn was the guest of Ed Mcrrison Friday Mrs Johan Brown and visited relatives in Tell City lact weekMrs L G Gregory went to Fenley Monday for an extended visit to her son Emmett Greory Misses Judith Miller and Linnie DeHuy went to Hawesville Monday night to visit relatives Misses Mav Merry and Mabel Mor rison were the guests of friends at Hardinsburg last week Miss Madison Bell has returned to Louisville after a fortnight visit to Miss Marian Bowmer Misses Rebecca ntd Martha Willis will go to Lietohiiela this week for a months stay with relatives Mr and Mrs Owen Brashear o Columbia Tenn are the guests of his sister sirs James S Younger Mrs John Burk and children o Louisville ar the guests of her par sots Mr and Mrs W H Bowmer Miss Dee Basham has returned from a trip to the Teachers Institute a Hardinsbnrg and a visit to relat at Lodiburg Miss Aaell Fisher will return to herE home in Oweneooro next Monday after a months stay with hr aunt Mrs Adell Hambleton Mr and Mrs A H Murray and Mr and MrsC A Creary and child ran of Huntington W Va were at- Tar Springs Sunday Mrs Wm Mattingly and little daughter accompanied Willis Lewis to Bedford Ind to visit her parents Mr and Mrs Robert Lewis + antsIlt rj i Advertisements Inserted under this head atone cent a word per week n IiARNESSfFOR trap conditionSALEI1 machines and one lot of jrood Laundry machines GasollnEnRlnes1ART1N StreetLoulsvllleFOR SALETUITION CERTIFICATE FOR SALETultloa Certificate Bryant A loulsvWeorBreckenrlEOR SALEFARM ClovercreekJohnsonfarmgranlandeasytermsAddressJROUTE NOTES One way second class colonist tickets thirtd Homeseekers Excursions to all pointy applyOneCornia and the Northwest March 1 to May 15 and Sept 15 to Oct 81 1905 Niagara Falls 27 Aug 3 Aug 17 Aug 24 On above dates rate of 1270 for NiagaraFallsdays from date of sale will be made Full size jelly glasses 25c n doz 1opham Bros Miss Mildred White of Webster is the guest of Miss Jennie Mabel Harris daughterfhave returned from a visit to Union StarMiss LutontStar returned home Monday after a fortnight visit to her sister Mrs Chas D Hook daughtertvisitingsDr and Mrs J T Owen went to Tar Springs Monday for a months stayMrs James Mattingly and daagh ters Rath and Sibel of Marshal Tex have arrived to spend the sumS mer here and in the county with rasa fives John M Cooney and 0 Falise Jr of St Marys College Kentucky were in town Monday The two gentlemen are touring the state Mr Cooney was formerly connected with the Nelson County Record MEET ME AT NOLTES I Your Outing He who works and rusts away lWill live to work another day Runaway time is NOW Runaway tricks are The vacation seasons here and we would like to check you through to outing comfort without excess price SERGE COATS THIN PANTS STRAW HATS SHIRTS OUTING BELTS TIES THIN UNDERWEAR FANCY OR PLAIN HOSIERY COOL GALORE aTraveling Bags Suit Cases LET US HELP YOU ALONG J C Nolte Bro Ky Wallace Kingsbnry and daughter Lenore who have been visiting relatives for the past month left Monday for their home in Amite City La They were as tar as Louisville by his sister Mrs Fannie Lishen Who has once used CADICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR is satisfied to use that and no otherIt is the flour that is demanded by good cooks and good livers Get the habit of using GOLDDUST It is a good habit sure to give the best satisfaction to all of your house hold CLdickaMi11irg CoGRANDVIEW IND accompanied The infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Jno OConnel who has been sick for several weeks is much im W H Robbins and children of Owensboro are in the county for a I few weeks stay with relatives Ay n 1A A A tA1 A 1111 1J W n It M F MEETING WITH HIGH FAVOR i Is the Proposition to Purchase a Lot as Offered by The Cloverpor1 Real Es1a1e Improvement CO ADDITIONfq Already prospective purchasers are eager to acquire a LOT OR TWO We sell them iti a V WHOOP= A A MINUTE NOW is the time for HOMESEEKERS Investors to ACT When did prospects ever look for CLOVERPORT I It be a winning game therefore for YOU to invest in a LOT NOWD- id it ever strike you to own your own real enjoyment in a HOME than Gold Bonds MAKES THE WHOLE FAMILY HAPPY I You lknow the Breckenridge Addition is in the west end of Cloverport and close to the L H St L R R Shops facing the Shops on one J side and ComeTt outbe on haudrbring your friends and join the jolly crowd 1 I ie I h v The Foundation of Your Future jjTerms made known day Sale 7I- 11 nWill HENDERSON ExcursionsJuly HERE NEGLIGEE SUMMER FIXINGS Telescopes Cloverport CADICKS FLOUR provedMrs will LOT brighter will HOUSEMore La Refreshments on the grounds f Cloverport Real Estate and Improvement Co Sale Begins Thursday Morning at 10 oclock August 10 1905 Y I y The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY July 12 1005 GARFIELD Arthur Ater begins our school July 10 Mrs Harvey Tripplet of Irvington is visiting her mother Miss Sallie Compton visited friends In HardlnSburg Thursday Miss Blanche Whitworth visited friends In Hanlinsburg last week Mrs I B Richardson visited her brother Paul Compton last Thurs day L DGregory ot Louisville visited hiM brother Tom Gregory part of lust weekMrs Ethel Moorman of Harned visited her aunt Mrs T M Board last week Miss Emma Seton of Bethell vis1 ited her sister Mrs M P Compton part or last week Misses Mary Leigh Gregory Mud Agnes McUill visited at Basin Springs last Friday and Saturday Mrs Ella Mattingly has had a beautiful blue granite monumont erected over the grave of her husband Chas Mattiagly Our community was grieved last Thursday by the sudden death of little Roberta K Weatherford the infant of Robert and Katie Board Weatherford Bent Her Double- I Knew no one for four weeks when I was sick witn typhoid and kid ney trouble writes Mrs Annie Hunt er of PittsbnrgPa and wnen I got better although I had one of the nest doctors I could get I was bent double and had to rest my hands on my knees when I walked From this terrible auction I was rescued by Elect ic 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 PATESVILLE John Shaw is very ill Tarvin Baker is on the sick list Little Violet Young is on the sicK listT W Harmon Is home from Louis villaF Young was in Cloverport llast MondayOres Lauless returned to Tell City SundayF Is going to operate an ice cream parlor f Mr and Mrs Amos Corley attended church at Oak Grove Saturday Misses Emma and Olla ClarK spent Friday and Saturday at Chambers James Lynch went to Hardinsburg Tuesday to deliver his tine tobacco There was a colored minstiel at this 1 place Friday and Saturday night Rev Oldbam tilted his regular ap pointment here Saturday and Sunday Van BaKer of Floral was the guest of Tarvin Baker Saturday night and Sunday Several of the young folks of Poll vllle attended the ice cream supper here Saturday night Miss Hattie Lanless is spending a feV lays with her sister Mrs Bell Frjkmue at Tell City Thos tbat attended the Ice cream supper from 1 1I City were Messrs Ores and Lawrence Lanless Elias Dean and Mr and Mrs Clint Reid W J Frtwver went to St Loam Tuesday to be with his sister and her husband Mr and Mrs A T Elaine They will continue their journey to the stated of Washintgon Idaho and California Saved His Comrades Life While returning from the Grand Army Encampment at Washington City a comrade from Elgin Ill was taken with cholera morbus and was in a critical condition Itsays Mrti E Hoaghland of Eldon Iowa I gave him Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and believe it saved his life I have been engaged for ten years in immigration work and conducted many parties to the i south and west I always cany this remedy and have used it successfully on many occasions toSold by Short Haynes 4 Greatest Cabbage Farmer in Texas Texas pines to put the Hon James Stephen Hogg into the Presidents Cabinet The Cabinet should pine for him He is the greatest cabbage farmer in all Texas Ho owns all the oil wells He rides the ostrich with a graceful skill excelled only by that of the Hon William J Brennlnga He scorned to exhibit his marvelous calves to curious London thus deny ing the King the felicity of meeting him Many and various are the reasons why Governor Hogg should r be in the Cabinet Judge Parker offered to make him Secretary of any i v Depanaent Any Department should F rejoice to exIst under hlmNew s Yort sun 1 y t A Prices Show Better Than Ever E A Prices show Coat showed at the river Friday night to a full hons Mr Prices shows are always up to the standard but this season he is giving his prtrona a better show than ever A vaudeville programme was first rendered followed by Johrnron theSpot a hnmorous threeact play Between acts stereoptican views of the Chicago striKe were given A plendid band and orchestra accompany the boat this season In Banner District In HU article from Washington In regard to Congressional districts hav ing rural routes and classifying tnem the Fourth is among the banner dis tricts The clipping below shows what Uncle Dave Is doing over at Wash ingtonThere are sixty iontee in operation In the Fourth district represented by David Hiebaugn Smith out ot a total of ISfl petitioned for Of these thirty six have been established singe this time last year There were thirty three petitions rejected and thirty three ot them are still on the tapis for consideration Forced to Starve B F Leek of Concord Ky says For i0 years I suffered agonies with a sore on my upper lip so painful sometimes thPt I could not eat After vainly trying everything else I cured it with Bucklens Arnica Save Its great for burns cuts and wounds At Short Haynes drug store Only 25c Gamblers Shrewd Scheme The gamblers of Chicago have adopted a shrewd scheme to evade the law They have fitted up a boat with wireless telegrapny apparatus which with a crowd on board sails out to where the waters or the tnree states of Michigan Indiana and Illinois meet and there wnile slowly steam ing around receive news from the races and parry on their gambling There iis said to be no existing law applicable to the case Bowel Complaint In Children During the summer months child ren are subject to disorders of tne bowels which should receive careful attention as soon as the first unnatur- at looseness of the bowels appears The best medicine in tise for bowel com plaint is Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as Iit promptly controls any unnatural looseness of the bowels For sale by Short Haynes DUKES Thurman Rowlnnd Is working at Lewisport this week Charlie Cabnb attended the barbecue at Htiwesville Tuesday L Newbury and Pearl Homes wont to Cloverport Thursday Jordon Evans and family were the guests of John Evans Saturday and Sunday Thuman Rowland has a third grade certificate and will teach Popular Grove schoolIMrs Clara and Oscar Batman wert the guests of her parent Mr and Mrs John Johnson Sunday Miss Ventress Newbury is spending a few days with her sJsterMrs Sudie Kearden at Weber this week Several from here attended the pic nic at Goering July 1 Those who went were Mrs Grade Bevin Miss Carrie and Olhe Bevin Veatress and Flora ITewbury Bessie and Ina John son Will New bury and Charlie John son c- OAfSTORIABeare thetheKind You Have Always BoBgM Signature YIof BY PU Meets at Elizabethtown- The Kentucky B Y P U meets at Elizabethtown in November We are assured that a warm welcome awaits us Let us go up in large num bers from all the churches and young peoples societies of the state Argus READ THIS Louisville Ky Oct 1 1002 Dr EW Hall St Louis MoDea- rSirI suffered four years with kidney and rheumatic trouble At times could not raiso my arms up and pains in my ankles were so severe I could hard ly walk Your Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery has cured me and I take great pleasure tin recommending it to any one similarly afflicted Yours truly JOHN SNYDER 1815 10th St A TEXAS WONDER One small bottleot the Texas Won der Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emissions weak and lame backs rheumatism and all irregularities of the nidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder tronble in children If not sold by your druggist it will be sent by mall on receipt of f1 One small bottle is two months treatment and seldom falls to perfect a care Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer P 0 Box 629 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggists t n H 1 Why smi Yours Money FOR SEWING MACHINES YOU HAVE NEVER SEEN WHEN YOU CAN INSPECT AND TRY THE BEST MACHINE MADE IN YOUR OWN TOWN t SOLD OR RENTED AT MAIN STREET Cloverport K- yANOTHER CutRate Magazine Sale lOc and 15c Magazines at 5c McCLURES EVERYBODYS DELINEATOR Dt COLLIERS CtfJ jPEARSONS WOMANS MAGAZINE DESIGNER FRANK LESLIE SUCCESSMUNSEY Back Numbers But Worth 5cents ONLY A FEW OF EACHII J D BABBAGE t 0 11 lr j jl iV Why be roastedII Dont you dread the thought of bendin red hot kitchen range this summer How much p1ensnnterit is to possess a cool and compact OIL STOVE one that does all the work of a tango without the intense heat or waste of s thepPerfection Oil Stove now on exhibition in our store They are just the thing for this hot weather and the price is so reasonable that any fam ily can afford to buy one We shall be glad to show you just how it works McGLOTHLAN PIGGOTT1 Irvington Ky 1M i 1J DR M0FFETPS rEETHING1 1 POWDERS Cal tots Only 25c at Druggists or mail 25c to C J MOFFETT M D St Louis t Mother Hosltato no longer but save tho health and life your child as thousands havo done by giving theso powders TEETHINA Is easily given and quickly and over comes tho effects tho summers heat upon toothing children J LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE PACKET COI- NCOniOIlATED r Fast Mail and 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 passenger tickets to Cincinnati Freight ship ments 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 154150J5S 4th st Louisville Ky I C Y WILLIAMS 6 F and P A 6EOH WILSON Supt SUMMER EXCURSIONS ==== =VIA ILLINOIS CENTRAL 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 Illinois Central Weekly Excursions to CALIFORNIA Excursion cars through to Los Angees and San Francisco via New Orleans Every Tuesday from Cincinnati and Louisville Via Omaha and the Scenic Route every Wednes day from Chicago Full Particulars concerning all of the above can be had ot Home Agents or by addressing F W BARLOW D P A Louisville Chintz Royalty Practical Surveyor r also Notary Public I can survey your Lands write your Deeds and take the acknowledgement at your home This saves you trouble andcost I Your Patronage Solicited I Address me at I I Hardinsburg Ky H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at law- HARDINSBURO KY theCourtscolectroadceseeqn o practice In United State Dlatrict Courts OUcenve Bank ofHardinsburg t j J 1 J CurlS Cholera Infantum Diarrhoea Dysentery and the Bowel Troubles of Any Regulates TEETHING the Jlge the Child ChildrenI I dI counteracts of AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAYour Repaired E = and Guaranteed wjIf wo dont do as we say wo will we will return your money We have firstclass and guar anteed goods In watches clocks chains charms rings e spectacles silverware etc at 1yPrices You CannotyDupllcatefl flElsewhere Wo lava here and everybody knows us II our word is not good dont believe what we say Our big sales and im mense amount of repairs speak what people believe 1 i I T C LEWIS SON YOUR JEWELERS HARD1NSBURQ KENTUCKY yyyyyyyyyyyyyyy yyyyyy Cloverport PlaningAliII GREGORY CO Prop LUMBERDOORS DOORSSASH SASHBLINDS DOOR AND WINDOW SCREENS 4SHINGLES1 LATHSLIME BRICK CEMENT ROOFING ETC StylishComfortable ComfortableTailor clothes All the latest patterns for suits and trousers in high grade fabrics Clothes made by modern methods Fit guar anteed Moderate prices Expert tailois employed jII J H HUNSCHE l Casper May 1 Co Cannelton Ind Sour StomachNoBBSS headache constipation bad brunt catarrk1thecures Indigestion This hey discovery raw tents the natural Juice of dlgettloa as NMV exist In a healthy stomach combined wllll the greatest known tonic and recoMtruetir properties Kodol Dy ppea Curs does Ml thtfamoUi to ta by cleansing purifying sweetening a4 liisityqtheMr S S lsellof RtTMnreel WV aesut I wu troubled with sow stseweli fer twit ie1t eelstorKofel DifMto WhatYM tat BctiUsoaly sioo sit b MaKttaMttoMA IIH wMck Nile fr ft eMrta Pre srd tby t00aWuTTA M 101AN Sold by alllaDruKgtets Ask for the 1905 Kodol Almanac and 200 Year Calendar V G BABBAGE u- a rA ttorneYPUBLIC t i Many years fcthngestates oaable i Clove w y yi p BtacThe Breckenridge NewsI Aton ITnr WEDNESDAY July 12 1905 1 ries s burg J sacsCONTINUED RAINS Theyr bush Retarding Cqltlvatlon of Kentucky bye a i t slolyCornand Tobacco They were ab FranbfortvKy Jnly OThe mon- O when tfa thly crop report of tho State Agricul first aatural Department says the continued under traIns have rotalded the cultivation of Paralcorn and tobacco and that damage has to the fbeen done to wheat by sprouting in screamsthe shook A small increase is shown I FrnnceInthe acreage of burley tobacco and who wasa decrease in tho acreage of dark ontlguotypes The prospective yield of wheat t vs warcompared with last year is 80 per scae cant Tho condition onthe crop Jul- ylwasrearing 86 Per cent The prospective cope with yield of outs was 09 per cent and the helpand a despeS1111011 of the crop Jnly 1 was per Both snakes ITho acreage of burley tobaccowe measured 10 C pared with last year was 100 per other almost niJr and the condition ol the prop The boys coY I was 94 percent The acreage of ifcscned The rjtK compared with last year was eVer seen in thV per cent and the condition of the I Jpp July 1 was 8 per cent Rattlesna Jr InteeveneJr of into a cabt AegtoUuder sentence of death for l111tde and he will be executed insnafus yati at Hopkmsville at sunbudThe i nterI Ithe on PletA d rongart 1Dt0 have the hciot governor startled by autoasound UfemaatnPt1lonhastllstr a1 ofIntf Eegroes charged with the murder oidude of st unknown man killed in the woods l sad thean othernear Pembroke The object of the i I S havingnspresiseveralsingI Holyartheredhangedawhich inea Qg I YEARSII Chill J Tonic You Irnow what you are taking It Is Snake hon and quinine ln a tasteless form No euro no pay 50c irr l11 firM Killedlastln hiHartford Icy July fJSam Price r1whoJ was in the logging business met with a fatal accident at his camp about two and a half miles below Hartford on Sough river It seems that ho had a shotgun in his hands leaning against his body with the muzzle just below his chill In raising one foot and lowering it he happened f to touch tho hammlj1 ntitl1 the gun o JDlni thpfn l gharge of ono barrel entering nis neck just above the collar bone on the loft side He lived but few a minutes He was twentyfive 3 ears old- League Organizing Orchestra The wide a wake Ulover ort Chapter of the Epworth League is organizing an orchestra among its members When the orchestra in selected it will- tt render music at tho regular devotional services of the League at its socials and on speoial church occasions y I it itTaking Fall Orders or MrCh all Mook and his assistant Mr w Hack3tt Barbeerepresonting Urauinan Heochey Cross Co of Louis r ville were in the city taking tall orders 1 Thursday Will Bowmer of this city IS one of the heads ot this firm and altnough it has oeen in business tut a short time its sales rant with tne 1 first houses of Louisville I i A NIGHTMARE orIrregularNightmare or night hag has Its day time l fullnessrJtoror after eatingDr Discovery cares dyspepsia or bad stomach When andInvlgoratodtMwholo Increased strength derived from food properly digested and perfectly assimilated extremo1 I IreItion and I felt heavy tired and worn out 1613NoDrPlercusGolden Medical Discover was WithInedtcellnl after meals had left me and I found that I was able to sleep better than for months previously My appetite was gradually restored general system was apleadlchealthe byrJ theJrood as the Discovery It may be better for ays better but it Is not aSgoodforyouPt you want the medicine that has cured others and which you believe will cure you lOOOjMMle Deehr8esteeat free OIL reoelptot 2lonecent f e onlytdcopy Formerly sold for ti50 to over 600060 copies nery family should Doteeeea copy for ready refer InCleot sudden 111 neae or accident ItUUlus- trated with hundreds of severalctjoredl Vernef Or HtTMs feMcti Care Coastipattea pre Unhappy Dlcken t1 Dickens bad tp confess after a s tore trial of married life that the skel eton in his domestic closet was becom ing a pretty big one Then In 1837 camo the crisis Podr Catherine and I are not made for each other he wrote In a letter to Forsterr and there Is no help for It She Is exactly what you know In the way of being amiable and complying but we are strangely 111 assorted for the bond that Is between us God knows she would have been a thousand times happier If she had married Smother kind of man and her avoid ance of this destiny would have been at least equally good for us both The years have not made It easier to bear for either of us There Is plenty of fault on my skin I dare say In the way of a thousand uncertainties caprices and difficulties of disposition but only one thing will alter nil that and that Is the end which alters everything Where Silence III Golden This story Is Illustrative of the absolute silence and loneliness of the typ ical Apstrallan bush camp Two men were camping together but rarely exchanged a word One morning one of the men remark ed at breakfast Heard a cow bellow In the swamp Just now Nothing urther was said and they went about their business for the rest of the day Twentyfour hours later once more at breakfast the second man said How dyou know it wasnt a bull Again no comment Again n pause of twentyfour hours Next morning the first man began to pack up his billy and swag You going inquired the other Yes Why Because said his friend theres too much argument Jri this camp Kansas City Star- Seenteeatlr Century AVnRonii The Introduction of stage wagons In England about the middle of the seventeenth century led to many abuses In London they were known as hell carts on account of the hot time they gave the unfortunates Inside Ther drivers were said to be seldom sober never civil and always late and their size copied by other vehicleswas such that when they broke down all traffic behind was necessitated to stand stock still on most beastly deep wet ways till it pleased them to jdg on During the relgu of Charles II parliament passed an act concerning the size of cnrts and wagons with ex tremely heavy penalties for Intringe ments but when the act came to be applied It was discovered that the mod el prescribed by it was Impracticable to such an extent that the Judges gave directions not to enforce the act A Browning Hiilxm Elizabeth Barrett Browning baa set quite a Homeric problem as to the placo of her birth The Encyclopaedia Britannica gives London but the DIc- tionary of National Biography prefers Burn Hall Durham and there is an entry In the register of Kclloa church referring to Elizabeth Barrett Moul ton Barrett daughter and first child of Edward Barrett Moulton Barrett of Coxhoe Hall Browning blmttelf however declared that his wife mi born at Carlton Hall Durham Now Carl ton Hull is In Yorkshire Finally the authorities arc not agreed as to wheth er Mrs Browning was born on March 4 or on March 0 but of course the out standing fact is that she was born London Globe Not Perfect Without Mm KlnRiiley Even a brief holiday at the seaside was to Charles Kingsley too long an absence from his wife This place tis perfect ho wrote on one occasion but It seems a dream and Imperfect without yon Blessed be God for the rest though I never before felt the loneliness of being without the bo loved being whose every look and word and motion Is the keynote of my life People talk of love ending at the altar Fools The Limit to Their Credulity Kansas editors are skeptical An ex change asked What do you think of an artist who painted cobwebs on a ceiling so naturally that the hired girl wore herself into an attack of nervous prostration trying to sweep them down Most of the editors say that there may have been such an artist but there was never such a hired girl Kansas City Journal A Timely Warning Jimmy Whats tho matter with you You dont never go in for any fun at all nowadays TommyNo Im beln good because Im goln to have a birth day purty soon an I want to git a present JimmyBetter be careful an not bo too good or mebbe they wont give you nothln but a Bible Philadel phia Press Out of Pocket Though When General Lafayette attended Lamarques funeral the crowd took the horses out of his carriage and drew him home themselves Were you not honored and pleased asked a friend Very much pleased replied Lafa yette but I never saw my horses again Appalling Suggestion BrideMy dear this hat boa been crushed beyond redemption and I must have a new one Bridegroom Very well my darling Ill stop In somewhere on my way home and buy you one Bride faints with horror Unanswerable HusbandDo you really need a new hat WifeI always need a new bat HusbandTlien whats the use of get ting thisionef Life f ii i lNN wBaklnfr Watches I will be with you In a moment I must finish the baking of this batch of watches first The speaker was a jeweler He said as he worked J I suppose you are surprised at th idea of watch baking I will exploit The machinery of a watch Is delicate yet It must work the same In winter as In summer the same In Russia as in Cairo the same In the Sahara as In Iceland There Is only oneway to accomplish tills the watch must be reg ulated to heat and cold I am regulating these watches to heat Afterward in a rcC4rrorntor I will regulate them to cold Then when they go out In the world they wont disgrace themselves In any cli mate Chronometers must be regulated more carefully than watches They are often kept for weeks In tempera tures that ore now zero and now 120 degrees Philadelphia Bulletin Incentives to MnrrlnRC Apparently the German town of Haschmann does not believe In a state of single blessedness Annual prizes are offered to the men who wed the ugliest the most deformed and the old est women in the town Eighty dollars is paid to the man who marries tho ugliest while but AGO Is the reward for the one marrying the cripple All women over forty who have been Jilted at least twice bring their spouses sums which vary according to the state of the fund which was left by a rich resident of the town The average price paid Is 50 to each unless they should be unusually numerous while the trustees arc empowered to pay n larger sum when In their Judgment It seems wise to hold forth a special In ducement to procure the marriage of some particularly unfortunate woman CurloHltlcH About Wood The strongest wood which grows within the limits of the United States Is that known as nutmeg hickory which flourishes on tho lower Arkansas river The most elastic Is tamarack the blacTTWshellbark standing not far below The wood with the least elas ticity and lowest specific gravity Is the Fiscus aurca The wood of the highest specific gravity is the blue wood of Texas and Mexico The heaviest of the foreign woods are the pomegranate and the lignum vitae and the lightest is cork Four hundred and thirteen different species of trees grow in tho various sections of the country and ofVhte number sixteen when perfectly seasoned will sink in water These woods of high specific gravity grow mostly in the arid regions of New Mex ico Arizona and Nevada No Meanoii For Two Trips Patricks wife was ailing and Pat rick put on his Sunday best and walked four miles to the doctors house to tell him about hor Now said the doctor when ho had hoard all Patrick had to say and had prepared Bane medicine lucre IIs something for your wife rYe written the directions on the bottto and I want her to try It faithfully for a fortnight Then if It dowmt relieve IMS como to me Again and I win give you another pjoscriptton Now locther see hen wild Put rick stippling straight anti looking grimly at the physician If you have yonr doubts o this cartn Mary us Its indent you have by the way yon spake why dout you give me first what youre goln to give mo lust- Ttupcdo Boat Torpedo boats do not mm the ves sels against which they operate they simply discharge self propelling tornadoes wlilcb if they strike tho vessel explode and sink or otherwise damage it Then if not trunk by tho enemys fire the torpedo boot raw away and after taking on more torpedoes Is ready for sorrlco again Torpedo boats are built very light and of enormous speed They cannot rofllst gun firo and are easily sunk if hit even by com paratlTcly light shot thorofore they operate to best advantage in the night so that the threatened fleet has to be very wide awake with its searchlights and its light guns All odd Simile A Scotch minister who used similes that would bring home to the rough characters around him the truths he sought to Impress was once denounc ing the Ingratitude of man for all the benefits conferred on him by Provi dence My friends he said look at the bens when they drink Theres not ane o them but lifts its held In thankfulness even for the water that Is sae common Oh that wo wore a hens I Not Too Much For Our Good Laved prayed the old colored dea con please give us In dla wort whar we llvin at all do prosperity we kin stand but wetf we gits dizzy wid It eh goes ter cdebratln too much des send long old Brer Trouble ter make us sit stlddy In do boat ep well be mighty thankful r Atlanta Constitu tion Accomplishment Muggins My daughter will be a great catch for some one She can cook or write poetry with equal ease and effectiveness Juggln Well my daughter can write poetry I never saw her try to cook it but Ill bet she eould Cleveland Leader Diamond out Diamond This Is a bard workl growled the chronic kicker Thats whatr replied the observant man The only thing with which you can make an impression on It is rocks Exchange Cowards die many times before their death the valiant fjover taste of death but once Shakespeare 4r7t Ii home lie I for Sf ncmarknlile Dwarf 1rrtJps the most remarkable dwarf bn record was Sir Jeffrey Hudson the futle fellow whom Scott Introduces In Peverll of the Peak He was born in Rutlandshire England in 1G10 When eight years of age he was pre seated by the Duke of Buckingham to Queen Henrietta in n cold pie tie aft erward became attached to the court of Charles I At one of the court masks the kings porter a nine of gigantic size who used to torment the little dwarf pulled from one pocket a loaf of bread and from the other Jeffrey much to the surprise and amusement of the comnauy present Jeffrey was at this time only eighteen itches in height Ho remained nt this stature until he was thirty years of age after which n curious exception to the laws of growth took place since Jeffrey rapidly grew to be three feet nine Inches In height whereas most men do not grow a quarter of an Inch after the age of thirty This dwarf hind nn enormous head and very large hands and feet otherwise his proportions were sym metrical and his face was considered handsome Youths Companion The Uneful Donkey In Syria says a traveler I saw a donkey put to an extraordinary use One evening Just before the dinner hour In our tent the Arab cook rushed hurriedly out of the door of the kitchen tent with n glass carafe In his humid lie went in to the row of donkeys horses and packages tethered close by Seizing the tall of the smallest of the donkeys he hastily thrust It into the carafe gave it two or three vigorous turns Inside the bottle and then as quickly removed the unconcerned tail Thus he had cleansed the water bottle for our dinner It is In Syria also that the strange fashion exists of shaving the donkeys coats In different ways much as a lady of fashion shaves her French poodle A choice breed of donkeys known as Bagdad mules Is much cherished in the neighborhood of Damascus Their long hairy coat usually of pure white or palo gray admits of fantastic clipping Money Hotel CiinhlerM Dislike It Is a curious habit the great Amer ican public has of wanting the kind of money that hotel cashiers dislike and have the least of said one of those useful functionaries Many are the times each day that I am called upon by tulles especially for fifty cent pieces Quarters wont answer They want half dollars though why that particular coin Ive never been able to understand No cashier cares to keep halves on hand but always maintains a good stock of quarters and dimes for the reason of their greater convenience Many of the guests also beg for two dollar notes despite the fact that of all forms of currency they are the moat objectionable We never take them voluntarily and pay thorn out as fast as they come InYnsh ington Post Ponijorotin llmiild Handel wits very large weighing over 1200 pounds Ills figure was un wieldy and ho rolled froin side to side as he walled Ills hands were HO thick and ponderous that people wondered how ho could play tho harpsichord or organ at all Ills face was red and coarse with a long nose thick lower Up amifull chlu with n dimple In It Ills eyes were prominent and eyebrows very full Ho was u monstrous eater and at times drank heavily Ills conceit was stupendous cud ho always cntertnlniKl the Idea that there was no music to be compared to his own IIo was boorish In manner quirk In tem per and when Irritated would sometimes give utterance to a robust oath In the German language Ills con temporaries said he looked like a por ter OriiiiK Trace An orange grove in fuH bcarlng Is one of time most delightful sights thee can witness Tho trees are a beautiful shape If left as nature made them The limbs come nearly to the ground so close that an orange picker goes under the tree flat on his back and often cuts 100 oranges from the tree before he comes out Oranges are never picked but are cut off with shears having a spring between the handles An orange that has no stem on It Is considered a cull and Is not packed by a first class packer A Chance For Science Scientists have discovered that a caterpillar can eat GOO times Its weight of food In a month Say replied the dyspeptic billionaire ul wonder If the scientists have ever done any experimenting In the way of grafting caterpillars stomachs on other thingsChicago Record Herald That Cas y Feeling The Visitor What a delightfully snug little flat yqu have The Renter Isnt it When wo open the door were In the middle of the room and when tho sunshine comes In we have to move some of the furniture out Chicago Tribun Anonymous A Ifrmlngham churchwarden was reading at a vestry meeting a list of subscriptions to the parochial funds The list began as follows The vicar n guinea Mrs half a guinea an anonymous donor myself 23 shillings IrreiiUttble She How do you suppose his Satan ic majesty succeeded in tempting Mother Five HeMore than likely he told her that apples were good for the complexion Covetousncss swells the principal to no purpose and lessens the use to all purposesTaylor t tIIlIr === t- T i Bank o t oFFICERS J B F BEARD PRESIDENT A cv rrA t DIRECTORS 4o Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C 1N Dr A M Kincheloe D S Ric1L Insured against loss by fire 01 4 2 Interest paid on time deposits eN N N 01oNO ONNOarcrdvPeedoil nin the The BreckinridgeCloverport xh i Ca ptal Stock 45100 Surplus Incorporated Organ zed n W H BOWMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier DR F L LIGHTFOOT VPres CHAS B SKILLMAN Asst Accounts of Firms Individuals and Corporations solicited Any business entrusted to us will receive prompt and careful at Storage place for packages in our fireproof vault furnishedpur cust free NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENT Interest paid on time deposits eu First State Bank IRVINGTON KY W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VicePresidenl- H H KEMPER Cashier i IAccounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited A S Interest Paid on Time Deposits sllli + wfltaa 8888 flhass00t sN f THEi Fifth Avenuerf j HOTEL I Louisville Ky tit PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr lI 0 o or r +or The located and only firstclass making a rate Only block and the of cltvii u cif illiiillllII II88 More Double Track Writing in The Raleigh Post of yesterday Mr J C Caddell the time when trains running between Greensboro Charlotte will dash through a continuous city says that the nextM + ninetynineyear lease of the Carolina by the Southern will for four tracks instead of one So indeed it will this reminds us of agreeable statement in the Washington correspondence of The Post of yesterday a force of hands will tomorrow begin grading on the double track Greensboro woryderto handle so many trains passenger freight on a single track between Greensboro Charlotte with continuing 8so accidents a cause of congratulation to the alert clearheaded train dispatchers The Southern is a great system the most effective developer of the South it has not undertaken doubletracking policy too early Think of the volume its traffic fifty even twentyfive years from now Charlbtto Observer TO OBTAIN THE BEST RESULTS THE Southern Railw- ayS===== = h- h S H TAVLOE- Pusseiwcr Tram Manager General Passenger ARcnt Washington D Ct 000000 oooo ooooooooooooo 01oN11iOMNNNN oo0ooe0oooo00000000000 0 bp 4NNt 1 DAN BROOKS Qr LIVE STOCK f COMMISSION flERCHANTS1 CENTRAL STOCK YARDS LOUISVILLE KY ZNPo000ONNN1oNOo1N CHENAULT Jimmie Brodie went to Hardinsbnrg Monday Chester Frymire went to Louisville Jast Week Cummingsof DerbyInd called on Miss Nellie Lee Sunday Mr and Mr Jim Manning spent Sunday with Mr aud Mrs ADO Allen Abe Hines of Union Star called on Miss Jennie M Warren Sunday after noon Miss Bessie Cunningham who has been visiting iu Louisville for past weeks returned home Tuesday Guy L Butch of Louisville came down to seo his wife and children who have been visiting here for quito a while l C most centrally hotel In the city 1200 one from tbo principal shopping district two blocks from principal theatres Street cars pass the to all parts the foresees and and North Railroad call and the that between and and and few and and and its of USE W1 Sid Uilland the few door Mrs Jimmie Morgan and little son J U who have been visiting friends and relatives nt this place returned home Monday at Addison v Wlllard Allen ot New Yorkls visit ing his parents Mr and Mrs Abo Allan and is now visiting his sister Mrs Floyd Miller in Henderson Misses Nellie and McConnel Cunning ham of New York are now spending their vacation with friends and relatives at this place We are glad to have the Misses Cunninghams with us again d y Subscribe for the NEWS 1 w oB- HM POR= L 1 the The Kind Youi Haw Always Biit gilt Blgnatweof I tisy f inJhw wasrILouisville t 1 Hud onville nday hchcloo is visit A Withers at Kirk of Custer was in nday on a business iasvell returned home from a visit to Hart Montgomery of Owens vas in the city Sunday visit riends at tShellman is visiting Mr iJMrs Ben Hook at Leaven orth IndG Haswoll and Jno P Harwell Jr were in Stephens port Friday on a business trip Mrs Leslie Walker and child ren arc visiting her parents Mr and Mrs John D Beelcr at Kirk Tho Ladies Aid Society will give a Lawn Fete at the residence of C1 L Beard Friday evening July 14- Miss Anna Gains who has boon visiting Miss Sallie Beard return ed to her home in Fordsville Monday Mrs Joel II Pile who has been visiting her sister Mrs Orrin Hardin near Cloverport has re turned hom- eMrsTW Gardner and daughter Misses Ella and Isabell of Madisonvillo arc visiting Mrs R H Bowmer Dr J G Bush will bo in Harding bnrg July 17 18 10 and 20 prepared to do dental work Miss Virginia Hensly and Mr John D Shaw were guests of Misses Margarett and Roberta Brodie at Chenault Sunday Godfrey Ball returned to his home in Louisville Monday after a visit of several days to his mother Mrs Judith Ball Dr Earl Moorman of Harned had located here to practice his profession His ofliice is in the Bishop property on Main street Mr and Mrs Charles B Miller of Hopkinsvillo who have been visiting relatives hero the pat week returned home Tuesday Edward Dillion is able to attend to his duties as deputy County Court Clerk after being confined his home five weeks with a- brok u Sto n leg lhsClm11cs Scott who has been visHtin Mr and Mrs Gus D Sholfnwn and other relatives returned to her home in Gulfport Mies last week Mr1 and Mrs J nines Withers Misses Nancy Kincheloo Judith Ellen fteJarnettc Sallie Withers and Messrs Arthur Tclrd Franklin Kincheloo and Lafe t Wittors formed a party which pent Sunday at Tar Sprinl- sLODIBURG f Little trifci arlJy00 is improv ing h I4ttigers You can depend on Ayers Hair Vigor to restore color to your gray hair every time i Follow directions and It never I fails to do this work It stops Hair Vigorfallin- gofthettairalso Theres great satisfaction in knowing you are not going to be disap pointed Isnt that so II Mr hair faded until It was abnutwhite It took one bottle Vigor to JUtt to Its former darkrich color Your C forC5100 s bottle J O A TEn CO Alt ilrtirulili Lowe lI Mass Isttd for Fading Hair I V t j2 BABYS fACEI I MASS Of SORES Ears Looked as if They Would Drop OffBody Entirely Covered with Humor Three Doctors Could Not CureChild Grew Worse CURED BY CUTICURA IN TWO WEEKS S Mrs George J Steese of sot Coburn St Akron Ohio tells in the following letter of another of those remarkable cures of torturing disfiguring skin humors daily made by Cuticura Soap assisted by Cuticura Ointment after physicians and all else had failedU I feel it my duty to parents of other poor suffering babies to tell myittleover her body with a humor and we used everything recommended but without results I called in three doc helpherHer body was a mass of sores and her little face was eaten away her ears lookedas if they would drop off Neighbors advised me to get Cuticura Soap and Ointment and before I had used half of the cake of soap and box of ointment the sores had all healed and my little ones face and body was as clear as a newborn babes I would not be without it again if it cost five dollars instead of seventyfive cents which is all it cost us to cure our baby after spending many dollars anybenefit SLEEP FOR BABIES Rest for Mothers sleepfortired fretted mothers in warm baths with Cuticura Soap and gentle anoint ins with Cuticura Ointment the great skin cure and purest of emollientsI throeqRouttheSolsrropesa Boney Robertson of Allen Texq is visiting his parents Miss Gertrude Keys entertained her young friends Saturday night at a musical Miese Mary and Cordiela Cashman wero the guests of Miss Ada Avitt Sunday Miss Cora Brown of Rhodelia vis ited Misses Olhe and Sallie B Avitt daturdayMiss Keys of Uloverport will arrive here Thursday to visit the Misses Grant Sam Koberson left last week for his home in Missouri Accompanied by hi8 nephew Commilons Banj Mrs C has Norton of Cripple Creek Col has arrived here to spend the summer with her parents Mr and Mrs C C Want OLENDEANE Mrs T L Curtis has returned from Louisville Miss Nell Fisher is visiting friends in Fordsville Miss Mary Henry is the guest of Miss Lizzie Fisher Miss Athena Murray is in Louisville this week Miss Eva Owen is in Leitchfield the guest of Mrs Wortham IrsT C Bolten has returned to her homo at Atlanta Ga Miss Ada Dean of Owensboro is visiting Miss Amanda Dean Col E L Robertson spent Saturday and Sunday in Louis i I villeMiss Jennie Green of Falls of Rough visited Miss Aliens Mur ray last week Miss Am Board was tho guest o3jrrgMurray returning to Hardmsbuig lon yi Miss Henry Will visited Mrs iI I Rodgers in Fordsville before 1ei turning to Irvington Rev D BOIapp returned from Coal Creek Tenn where ho has been conducting a protracted meeting Mrs Sutherland has rgttfrncd to Brandenburg Whjlerliere she was the guest of htfr daughter I Mrs C Beohr Venable Moorman who his been with Rhodes BurfQrd furni ture house in New Albany Ind is in Glendcano to spend the sum merMiss Lizzie Fisher entertained informally Monday evening Those present were Misses Emma Lou Moorman May Dempster Daisy Dean Nelli Moorman and Nancy Smith Mess 1 lS Willie Robertson Moorman Arthur Smith Elliott MoormaYi Charlie Robertson arT ID B Clapp GARRETT Miss Henry of Sandy Hill visited Misses Foushee last week Miss Ora Barcb of Louisville Is the guest of her sister Mrs J E WimpRalph Lancaster ot Arizona is here visiting his father and other relatives Miss Mattie Taylor of Kansas City is here the guest ot Mrs Enfield ShacKlett Miss Fanny Nevitt and Mr Graves of Louisville were guests of Miss Lizzie Harrington Mr and Mrs Bud Price of Brandenburg visited Mr and Mrs J H Sbacklett Saturday and Sunday 1 Misses Jen Hardaway of Branden burg and Marie Willett of Elizabeth town speu t several days with Dr and Mrs J P Shacklett Jr Seed Wheat at 100 a Bushel- S l T Burnt of Daviees county has sold 1523 bushels of wheat tor 1 a bushel to neighboring farmers who will use the grain tor seed The va riety is a very prolific one and it has beenin cultivation DyMI Burns for tho past three years ana he has es tablished its adaptability to Daviess county soil This year he has raised as much as fortythree bushels to the acre The wheat also threshes ont very clean Tho grain is larger than ordi nary wheat and it is said to Do as good in every respect as the older varieties for flour making Only One Round A street scrap took place here last Saturday between Editor Clarence Sterett and Capt Frank Lander The origin was from an unpleasant feeling that has existed for a long while and when Capt Lander walked up and struck Mr Sterett witha news paper the old blaze was kindled and inan in stant the Capt received two blows in the face which almost inverted him and the trouble was ended for the time being as the Capt was not able to come to time when the second round was called Hawesville Plaindealer Grit Watkins Out In Society From the Owensboro Messenger there seems to be quite a little do ing among the younger set of that town and Griffith Watkins is one of the doers IIBe has been mentioned frequently in connection with social events and large dances He is the son of Dr Sam WatKios who formerly resided here CASTORiAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of r Govern of I Other Prominent Add Their f l IIOY The Magnificent State Capitol Buildingl Alabama ONE of the most wonderful Mobile in a recentletter in the ot Allowmo to send M endorsements which Porana is In a letter dated July 20 1899 written from Mont testimonial as to ttgomery Ala Governor Joseph J Johnstonreceiving as a catarrh euro of Pbrunyyfrom men of nationalII1 Join Congressman Brewer in cornused It for the U t importance mending Peruna Joseph J Johnston months and flnir celi P of the United States havo no hesitation in lending their influence to assist In lotting tho public know of the merits of Peruna Nearly onehalf the people are In some way affected by catarrh Therefore it is almost a national curso and it Is of national import that the people should know of PeranaiCatarrh is an American disease Peruna is an American remedy Catarrh is a result of changeable climate Poruna is a result of long nnd careful experimentation Catarrb enters the system through the nervo centers and affects the mucous membranes Peruna enables the nerve centers to repel and expel the catarrh from the system Catarrh Is a systemic disease and curable only by systemic treatment Tho remedy that cures catarrh must aim directly at the depressed nerve centers This is what Peruna does Redeemer of Public Moneys Hon John 0 Lef twich Ret omor of Public Moneys whose office is in the Postofllco Building in a letter written from Montgomery Ala says I take pleasure In recommending r t A iG j ij Milk M A line of 20c Poruna I1S an tonic and it is recommended to mo by those who have used It as a good catarrh cureJohn-O Leftwich Register United States Land Office Hon Robert Barber Register United States Land Office writes from Montgomery Ala For some I havo been a sufferer from catarrh In its Incipient stage so much so that I became depressed and feared my health generally In a decline But hearing of Peruna as a good remedy I gave Ita fair trial and began to improve Its effects were dis tinctly beneficial removing tho annoy ing symptoms and it particularly goad as a tonic Robert Barber Collector of Port Hon J K Burke Collootor of Port Mobile Ala writes Peruna J can recommend as a fine medicine It has been used in my dam fly and as a tonic it Jq excellent I pleasure in testifying to its fine quail tfesJ K Burke Postmaster of Mobile Hon P D Darker Postmaster wmr 1JI L t Peru=na 1 j StateOfficials r Praises sayaqualities ThmostHon Dan Cooper U S Marshal the District of AlabaqL writes Your for ailla grippe Peruna has done me lib tiivhI good that cannot speak too highlyj of iIts I have used It fora sh6rfctlmfrlarid havo Improved rapidly from the flriijj day I was really much nrpjriseci ij such a quick and effective cure Dai Cooper i U S Marshal District Hon L J Bryan US Marshal tcjt the Southern District of writes I have used for cat rr short time and have also had sev friends try It and they allprorionnc the best catarrh ever put on it market It can not be praised fo hlgblyL Bryan v If you do not derive prompt and ft factory re nits from tbeuse pfPerunaj write Uartrnani resident of the Hartman Sanitarium Columbus Ohh and he will give you the benefit of his vaitisbje advice gratis All cor respondonco ear lp coned 4it Groves Tasteless Chill Mtlotbottles r Endow with every Rule k a Tm Cwt Mckoge of Crovrt BUdc Rot Uvw PIIiJi ISJ uu ac = cs fic ac t ti r t setetaI I IjII 1 I 11 IGoodsi1 must move faster Prices go down again We are determined to redUCeOUr stock to the lowest possible notch To do this odd lots of various merchandise must be closed r 1J out There are bargains Come and see for yourself Five dozen pairs ladies extra quality black hose white feet 20c qualityi Friday and t0CflIjl Saturday per pair j 41 ISeveral patterns in Laces and EmbroiderieseJ i American Calicoes best 410110c and 15c values now per jl I i brand per yarcLLX7 111Mc en s 250 Pants at 125L fL11+ 41 iiig j Great Cut in Chinaware i I l OCiGI I SaucersJoi i lOC jAI nice Pitcher 25c value at 15c big Enameled Ware including Wash UCjai+ I Jelly Glasses per dozen Jl oxcollent time was was take ofj z 414amah saysmedicine Barker ttf t iUNorthern remedy catarrh 1 Southern ilibar Pernna remedy J sat atoneotoDr tl Tonic t Y here I = ii Groceries j 1 100 pounds standard Granulated S rii 57Itf4 t+ 8 Bars Wash Soap 25c 3 Bars Toilet Soapy C a l9pii i Hammnns ThoqusJlty Guaranteed h Best Baqon chpico for table use pe lb lOc I t i y i Ar 2 dozen National1 Biscuit Co CakesI I Vr25c AH 4IIlml j t t Pure Hog Ltfd pei pound WA f lOcv 4r sY vit 4 f CaHforniaHauis per pql1ndf J JfZ t 9c 1i1One lurge sizo LincTub 60c v 4 Cans Coo 5c I 4 BottlQSrApiiiionia 25c pkgsjGrcamIVh jiiI J 1 4 B A B B A Q E I I S 0 N J 1 CLOVERPORT KV h i = i p o I oIiIt