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The Breckenridge news: n. Wednesday, July 19, 1905. The Breckenridge news. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage, Cloverport, KY 1905 brc1905071901 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: n. Wednesday, July 19, 1905. The Breckenridge news. John D. Babbage, Cloverport, KY 1905 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. i DNE6IAY I OVERIII HAT THE SNA Eger Plead Guilty Eat Dog ADogrY whoBlacksnakesl I ofIawaitThreegrandriesonwhiskeyII ence with two monster blacken ed b DeputyThey were NicholssirDol exbyCommissionere baDavidsonwerewhichwhenthe mate o ut the statementfirst snake getting ready for anjunderdog eat dogParAlyzed with fear the to havingto the feure for hourKThesescreamsFran VVmcenear Will lamabarg am IIreckenf who was driving AntlJaoaa to atthethe action of thevs were prlsoners I himsearu htot200 bailrearing that iIcopehe ran to rtyfive years ofhelp and R desperate battleBoth took placr West View ThemeasuredIIKnockersotherfeetThe villa Heraldcollasped after the t rescued The reptiles were thed of mockers isnt eVer seen in this vicinity w broad marvelous or- t pessimistsFromCltyJourna It comes with the she family of John Moore in at IS just now endeavern Comanche canalottheUlghtthey had g rise and instantly a into a caVe barefooted with n ra ers confidently de snake The WeInteriorwas c ranscontiDel1tal rollIpletA darkness ovstartledengineerssoundbehastIlyInformedInt astuden The match ware beganit to screaiver on the Western nd + snake was lighted a to that of the gov C8 t hasga a- r thatSingJawr the Isnake opened the door pile of knockers red a piohfork ereatotthe be builta which inugo worry too much and Snake often when We shouldIn His BedreIarr i Correspondence Huston wake success I IJ Carter oP this city wgood thing to remember last night from nit slffi when the ships of all na n hit bed ft passing through the Panama tie V Cd a noise andVnd the greatest enterprise ever itsenij n a Harry Wea Suny are honest and consistent are efiidayi and torbeJatSttrUnR tvilt = k Oeo Cbr Bent tier Double J I Knew no one for four weeks when I was sick witn typhoid and kidI- OUg trouble writes Mrs Annie Hunt yIer of PittdbnrgPa and wnen I got S nabetter although I had our of the nest a nrdoctOrs I could get I was bent double I j e 81 rest hands kneesand had to my on my anwhen I walked From this terrible IDUaftictlun I was rescued by Eleetuc fiveBitters which restored my health and it A of strength and now I can walk as one straight as ever They are simply j sky wonderful Guaranteed to cure stom 1 1ich ach liver and kidney disorders at bOcIyme Tobacco Growers Sue Trust Ift+ Clarksville Tetin July 12Suithssj l theexf i Ameribuyersuu Y theilsuitis brought on behalf of the 7000 members of the association and is bas Uedon an alleged action of the defendants in trying to break up and destroy the i j association by restraining competition v and also for the alleged boycotting thect Clarksville market in Bremen and fiotberforeign markets 1 1r S The declaration covers the case in detail and places the defendants in the I f attitude of violating the interstate com I J j coerce Ilaw r Has Shops Throughout World The Singer Sewing Machine com 1 M pany has issued a book of 180 pages r I containing a Ilist of shops + + 10 the world for the sale of Singer Sewin jiUlachlnesS This list comprises 52 f shops selling Singer Machines exclusive fyB y these shops being located in 4075 1 Places Cloverport has one of these r pi hops in This list is both unique and notable industrialaJ Jt stablishment in the world has so eden yi iive an international organization ticallyLf ery H I ealjng directly with the consumer 16 tolI Townln Nebraska the Chester Herald kFrorau and Everything can be I anwd is t shouldwtae flourishhere wi int i i r i andallttl i t + iZ i sasonjj r iSea BOWNE ChemWs et New York Purl LJ t 4094S soc and atoo ill drugglata I r DdL i 1- redible bite andac drab Chester is n10 to 1 town has 16 worthless curs to 1 valuable dog is 10 miles from any town that amounts to shucks has a 10 acre park but not nil under enclosure just at the present writing has sixteen story buildingsthe last 14 stories however are not as yet completed has a band of 10 pieces has a ball club which possesses 10 crackerjack players and the soil here and in the country adjacent is depthless we have large long arid wide treeless prairies woodland groves sparkling t streams with sufficient volume velocity and force to wash Mont Pelee off the Face of the Earth We are the proud possessors of Colonels CaptainsMajor Lieutenants c as well as bevies of the fairer scx who are married and are marriageable And Young Man of the Effete East the Blizzanly North the Sunny South or of the Golden West our portals swing open to you and you are invited to t join us in our Mad Rush tor Fjcancial t Supremacy Land here is high and like the Republican vote is steadily I andrapidly forging to the Front And row Stranger when you conclude to infest the confines of our Do main bring v ith you your Cognomen and jugand especially the jug when you invade the territory of Chestertbe home of the HeraldII Amount of 1905 Taxes The State Board of Equalization has I completed its work placed its report in the hands of the State Auditor and adjourned Upon its certification to the J several counties of the Commonwealth there will be collected into the public treasury sums aggregating 322244515 in taxes for the vear 1905 This col lection is upon assessment of tH44S0cc 090 the value of tangible property un der the supervision of this department of the State government The total in crease in taxes over that collection last I year upon the same clases of property isfl0141053 I There was reported to the Board of Equalization this year by Assessors and t County Supervisors a total assessment c of 031148850 As a result of its sup ervision and equalization this total valuation was raised to 014480090 an increase of 13 340234 in valuation or 0070122 in taxes The amount due from Bieckeuridge county in taxes this year is 1027435 It is of interest to note that the popula tion of Breckenridge c unty according to the last census 1 I20534 making about one dollar per capita in taxes This is more nearly the case with Han cock county where the population is 8014 and S17547 the amount of tax es Mrs Wurtsbaugh Again Mrs Theresa Wurtsbaugh of Louisville a woman known here because of debts she owes here and her strange actions one day in the spring of 1903 has been in trouble again This time she is accused of trying to beat a rent bill Since she was here she has been the defendant in a number of putts in Louisville courts and at times the plaintiff It would seem from the number of suits she has been en gaged in that that is her occupation Some time ago Mrs Wurtsbaugh brought suit against the Henderson Route for being put off one of their trains here The conductor claime- she had no ticket but she claimed he had taken up her ticket and bad for gotten it Money was loaned her while here for transportation to Louisville but it was never paid back She wad accompanied by her little daughter her strange actions wnile trying to borrow the money are generally re membered here Ben Clarkson Loses Suit Judge Birkhead circuit judge at Owensboro has rendered a decision iin favor of tire defendants in the case of Ben S Clarkson of Bg Spring this county against J Hugh Ditto and Nat Nelton in which the plaintiff sought to recover 5830 on account of alleged fraudulent statements made to him iin the sale to him of stock of the par valu of 7000 in the Ovensboro Pants Mm ufactnring compiny In his petition Clarkson alleged tha the defendants had made certain state ments to him to the effect that the con cern was making money when in fact it had sustained heavy losses He en gaged in the business and the concern continued losing money until its plant was destroyed by fire after which noth iing was left for the stockholders LeitchfieldgLeitchfield Ky July 12Alva D McClure son of J P McClure jeweler was shot and killed on the Public Square about ten oclock last night while resisting arrest He was boister oils and drinking and Town Marshall Tom Baird and Deputy Sheriff Hard inI Coppage attempted to arrest himMc Clure drew his knife and cut CoppageI once in the head when both officers be gun firing One bullet took effect in McClureI hack and he ran to a yard just off the Public Square where he fell dying inI twenty minutss Young McClure who leaves a widow and two small children had been drink ing during the afternoon and was takenI EjjE 4 ir- i cep is bright Ion a for good work in this j f Li I IrY ri L home by his brother Early in the night he returned to the Public Square and the shooting resulted GOING TO KILL THE SYSTEM Lawson Says He Will Arouse The Anger of 50000000 People Minneapolis July 13Thomas W Lawson the hero of Frenzied Ti uance of Hosto was tho guest of the Minneapolis Commercial Club to day Mr Lawson spOKe before 300 members of the club He seemed full of energy and the utmost respect was paid to him by his hearers He said in part Im not afraid ot personal violence I came out here unguarded paying my own expenses and I am going to make a life work of this I have several millions myself and I wronged the American people in get ting It but I did not know It at the time When the time comes I will give that money back to them It live I am going to mane the Amen can peopl sell every dollars worth of stock they have and by that time they will Know better than to buy back Mr Lawson Scored the Equitable Life Assurance Society heavily II I have several millions he said bat I havent any more than I am entitled to the way the game is played for I know the game and I have lived up to tne rules of it I am going to kill The System not by law or anything they can de lay by red tape but by arousing tile anger of 50000000 people Sent From Hardinsburg The account in the News last week of the shooting affray between Robert Day and Lee Happy Hudson at Hud son v ill tj was writes by Jno P Has Well Jr the Hardinsburg corres pondent of the News Though an oversight the date line reading Hardins burg Ky July 11Special- was omitted making the item read as though it was written in the News office Stetnaoon unit Henlejr When William Ernest Henley was editing London he had no one on his staff of writers whom he valued so highly as the young Scott then tin known and poor who wrote for Lon i don the brilliant series of stories that are now called The New Arabian NightsMr Henley used to like to talk of London and of his friend Robert Lout Stevenson lie used to like to quote Stevensons whimsical sayings He said one day Lewis and I he always called Ste venson Lewis sat down one night to play the American game of poker The luck from the start was with me 1 won pot after pot Lewis was lucky If In any deal he got a pair of trays Disgusted at last with the turn the cards had taken he threw up his arms and apostrophized fortune In this quaint nay- Fortune you fickle wench It Is true that you can make me lose but you can never make mdpay The Land of Twine Scotland Is the land of twins and triplets holding a long lead over her sister countries In this matter In twelve months no fewer than 1G25 mothers gave birth to twins and twen isdamong Europe where the proportion of male babies Is greater than of females Striking an average It Is found that there are about 104 males to every 100 females issnevertheless large as so many men travel south and apparently neglect to take the precaution to obtain return tickets to the land of cakes There Is yet another Interesting fact about Scotland It is the land of bale old age Recent returns show that dur- Ing one year G73 people died between the ages of ninety and a hundred London Answers Gorkys Rebuke Maxim Gorky went to the theater at Moscow one evening to see a play by a popular writer Instead of pay Ing attention to the stage the entire witheprodigious acclamation Then he de livered this address What on earth notta dancing girl nor the Venus of Milo nor n drunkard just picked out of the river I write stories They have the luck to please you and I am glad of it But that is no reason why you should keep on staring We have come here to see n charming play Be good enough to attend to that and leave me alone More delighted than ever the audience shouted with Joy Perhaps they thought they would get another speech but Gorky Jumped out of his seat and left the theater In disgust 1reiervntlon of Meat Meat Is commonly preserved by methodthowever has the undesirable effect of extracting from the went much soluble nutritious matter besides rendering the meat harder and less digestible An other way of preserving it is In air tight cases The cases are racked with meat and filled up with gravy and are then hermetically sealed except at one point They are then exposed to heat above that of boiling water for several hours thus destroying all the existing germs and driving out all the air con tained in them The open part Is then soldered Over If by any accident the tin Iis not hermetically sealed the meat will spoil American Queen t i lx i J y I Ed Nichol Dies Near UifiS Ed Nichol eon of Mr and Mrs John Nichol who reside on the farm of John Duke near Duke died Thurs day morning of consumption at the home of his parents He had been ill for some time B sides his parents Mr Nichol is survived by a wife and children and several brothers and sisters The funeral was held Friday TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE BROMO Tablets QUININEAll druggists refund If It frills to cure E W Grnvos signature Is on box Jar L m VEGETAB fFtKousaeau winrofe1 gt y na changed his stand from tee building just east of Dr IL L Newsoms office to the brick building on Main street formerly occupied by V L Bubbage So- nWarfield Miller Married News has been received here of the marriage ot Warfield Miller formerly of near this city to Miss Nellie Franklin at Galesburg 111 Mr and Mrs Miller are making their home at North t Henderson 111 + + 0 I Bank of Hardinsburg h u OPFICF7RSaJ B F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier JI DIRECTORS K- j u Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beard 6 Dr A M Kincheloe D S Richardson Insured against loss by fire or burglary T Interest timepaid on depositsCtf NN N NFNNN NNNNNN N NNN J I The Breckinridge Bank Cloverport KyrCaptal Stock 45100 Surplus 7000 Incorporated Organ zed n 1872 W H BOWMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier DR FL LIGHTFOOT VPres CHAS B SKILLMAN Asst Cashier Accounts of Firms Individuals and Corporations solicited Any business entrusted to us will receive prompt and careful attention Storage place for packages in our fireproof vault furnisbed our customers tree NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IIMPROVEMENTS 0 Interest paid on time deposits II First State Bank IRVINGTON KY a W1 PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VicePresidenl H H KEMPER Cashier I Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited iiInterest Paid on Time Deposits I N1NM NW N 1= + i THEip The most centrally located and only 1 Fifth AvenueI Sos Srst rate class hotel In the city making a I Only one block from the principal I1j otWI I Street cars pass the door to all parts rd San AntonIof the city I dallymBI PIKE CAMPBELL lgri+ rm b1 aIANNN gent Frisco s rII More Double Track I Writing in The Raleigh Post of yesterday Mr J C Caddell foresees the time when trains running between Greensboro and Charlotte will dash through a continuous city and says that the next ninetynineyear lease of the North Carolina Railroad fby the Southern wil call for four tracks instead 0 one So indeed it will and this reminds us o 0fthe agreeable statement in the Washington icorrespondence of The Post pf yesterday that a force of hands will tomorrow t begin grading on the double JI track between Greensboro and High Point It is a continuing won der how the Southern Railway contrives to handle so many trains passenger and freight on a single track between Greensboro and Charlotte with so few accidents and a contin uing cause of congratulation to the alert and clearheaded train dispatchers The Southern is a great system the most effective developer of the South and it has not undertaken iits on doubletracking policy too early Think of the volume of itsetraffic fifty even twentyfive years from nowCharlotte Observer TO OBTAIN THE BEST RESULTS USE T- HERailway1Southern I u S H HARDWICK W H TAYLOE Passenger TratHc Manager General iassonjer Agent r Washington D C N DAN BROOKS NNN coilI LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS CENTRAL STOCK YARDS LOUISVILLE KY i J4I I Sanfords Fine Inks Mucilage n1 Vi In full assortments of handy size bottles xj- r t Library and photo pastes to boot Vv11 JNO D BABBAGE School books etc ffSi rffiH t li 411i1 J J IR f 111 Jl W4r z lJL I C c f te CsQ1r3r r r lr r r3 r t r r7aCt ts ir I Iji 0 ot l A1IbumBAC k rJea Thl- l 11 t r4 a r r barg nce Feru 11t1 They b- II Picnic and Becrbe- cHARDINSBUR tY Y f State Officials Were i hs tr Praises when I Under i 6Creaai Franct to the vY ti d skrk whoj m I t ontieiJ m f vs w I Saturday UEtian w i l f r fi other send nl J 200 IN PRIZES GIVENoi ever ironed The seat h MERRYGOROUND I for LIli liYOUNG PEOPLE IIIL BARBECUElheta refagFortintoa Allbwmo scpdfOSDlur PerunaTWENTY toI iscph Johnston 1 and b i GRAND PARADE OF ALL MASONS FROM THIS jmonths t Ansounds m e Barkerintfum lent tonlo and gllnS Marshal Northern DIstr Mt1obythosowhohavo Hon Dan C Dill S Marshal rtude 0- I COUNTIES AT OCLOCK A the Northern end tl writes nother States Land Office Your remedy forcatarrl1Jaapl snake taor Register United grippe Pernna has done mefeonmold g lurlol1 and Special Trains on all RailroadsThe largest crowd ever assembled in Hardins Preparation writes 1liontgoodthatlhaveuseditcannotfor ehbrfc rmljnInI nIflng11111111Rates 1 from Arr f havo rapidly your R R Agent and time table I ovurgwill be there August 5havobeonasuffererincipient stato day Improved I really much surpt1sedred a- ii M came depressed and such a quick and effective cure Daheld It Edison Kinetoscope Pictures New and Novel Aura It Was a generally fair Pornna j CooperwhichS Marshal J Bryan Southern S Marshal Distrog effects wore dls the Southern District Alabfl writesI t- Ji 1 noving annoy i t was particularly I have used Pernna for catarrhl 011 AT BEAUTIFUL GROUNDS NEA 111 nlrtPortfriendsbest try catarrh can and remedy they allpronouncen be overputonherdpraised toe Stho i a J Bryan 1 1 you do not derive prpmpt and satlfr 1 rqyT Earn factory results from use pf Peruna The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY July 1003 IRVINGTON Richard W rather very much improved Rev Lewis of Cloverport 4was in town Monday Dr H W Vimp of Stephens port spent Sunday in town MrsCalhoun has returned home after a lengthy visit to Owens bolO MISS Emily McAtoer of Louis ville the guest of MM Nannie Wathen Clarence McGluthlan was nt home bunday the guest his parentsBob McGlothlan was in Louis ville last week with three loads of stock Mr and Mrs W J Piggott were in Louisville last Friday hear Creatore Mrs Charlie Redman in Louisville visiting her brother for some time Miss Katie McCoy has returned to Bess ley ville after a visit to Mrs Pomp McCoy Miss Pansy Paris loft Tuesday for Louisville after a months visit to Miss EVil Ilerndon Mrs Ed Adkisson and baby have gone to Sebree to visit her mother for indefinite stay Mrs W Brown and baby have returned after a months visit to her mother Paradise Mrs Sice Ilardaway of West Point has gone home after a few days visit to Mr and Mrs Oscar Dowell Miss Lelia Turner and brother Harold of Louisville came last w601 to visit Mr and sirs W i Cornwall for a few days r sirs Sue Tydings and daughter airs CliffNock Louisville came Saturday to visit relatives i and friends for same time Mr and Mrs W D Major Mr and Mrs Harry son Will aj01aud Mr- r 4 iam Mr and Mrs Perry Weaver and Ben Helm allof Louisville and Mr and Mrs Ab Newman of Cairo Ill arrived last week to be the guests of Mr and Mrs Bate rkshin ton Q8IBTORIdrZa- 1rs theThe Mid You Have Always Bought uataro nf ltG llclLti HCQUADY Mrs Sally Lyons was the guest of Mrs George Gray last Friday Mrs David Potts who has been sick for soveial days improv ingII spent last Sunday with Mr and Mrs Frank Lyons Mrs Lucy Wagner was the guest of her sister Mrs Sally Wilson last Sunday Several from here attended the funeral of Miss Clara Mattingly at St Marys last Thursday Chas Ball who has been in the West for sometime returned this place last Wednesday Prof Cliff Payne and Miss Katie McCabe will teach school at this place the present year Dr and Mrs A Sandbach were the guests of Mr and Mrs Tom Beard Sunday afternoon Misses Louise Beelor and Sally Withers of Kirk spent Friday afternoon with Mrs JtA Sand bachMiss Jessie Bland left hero last Saturday for Indianapolis Ind where she will spend the summer withrelatives Misses Lucy DeJarnette and May Jolly and Mr Ben DeJar nette are the guests of friends near Hawesville this week Mrs Askins and daughter miss Katie McCabo and Dr and Mrs Sandbachof this place attended the dedication at Long Lick last Wednesday CURE PI 181 CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS pest Couth Syrup Tastes Good Use la time Sold druggists NMl CONSUMPTION f + Jr oa to testimonial as A of Peruurpleteit J It Is U la k- J le be so in of as U it L U ts of i irr M Li It hi It L h in 19 is J T is to is an E r is J by REDUCED RATES Round Trip Rate Round Trip Rate West Point 100 Lodiburg 75 Howard 100 Sample 90 Rock Haven- Brandenburg 100 Stephensport 100 85 Addison 105 Ekron 75 Holt Guston 65I Cloverport 100 Irvington 50 Hawesville 110 Webster 65 Fordsville 80 One fare for the round all sta tions the Branch The fast train main line going east the morning will stop at Irvington discharge passengers special train will leave Irvington 945 a m the arrival the down train and arrive at Har dinsburg at 1030 The regular train will leave Irvington 1055 a m arriving at Hardinsburg at 1159 Returning leave Har dinsburg 431 m connecting with all main line trains TARFORK and Mrs C Taul visited her sister Mrs J B Bates at Jolly i Mr find Mrs Joe Mullen of Cloverport were guests other father John Taul last week Prof John Burnette closed music school at L C Tauls and teaching at Nobo Pates Mrs Simon Beavin Kirk spent several days with her par ents Mr and Mrs Joe Dunn Miss Maud Ryan is rapidly re covering from typhoid fever and contemplates teaching the school at this place Quite a number of young people enjoyed the cream supper given at the home of Mr and Mrs P II Keenan weeks ago Miss Mary Tabeling went to sisterjinlawI I J Tnrv- n f r V i- k K TP Fit Mobile Ala says The qualities an Brewer in cornused for the stared 10 from the the was I pg trial Hon the a not car at to the R Inn the of of 110 trip from on on in to A at on of at at p Mr L his is of ice two dart picnic given by the Catholics at Whitesville Mrs Thos H Bates has re turned from Davies county whore she was called to the bed side of her father W W Carts who suffereda paralytic stroke on his left side He i in his eigh tieth year and has thus far recov ered that ho is able to sit up a wonder to the medical fraternity Buy Monuments G W Snyder of Hardinsburg was here Saturday and bought from J E Keith Son a fine Scotch granite family monument Mrs Jno Hookhis sister bought a monument for the grave of her daughter Ih hiwrte atonceto JJr l1anmani1relllqen ColambnsARRESTI of his ianaale advice gratis oof of respondence aTru confld tI DOUBLE D ES Estar Continued from page 2 Mf rshal DeHaven left Satur JLOI11C day morning with Estes for Fort n p ODe ffftij a Half MiBJOJi I Thomas near Newport KyS the a CuretNo P Y jjCKfej nearest army post Jt is said that t ekKoot Uv rHh 1tJ Estes enlisted in the army during Ilthe SpanishAmerican war and later deserted but surrended him = =self at Ft Thomas He deserted f again it is understood before he enlisted in the navy in 1903 Estes Thanks People Here Cloverport Ky July 14 1905 w Editor Breckenridge NewsI LE NUILEAKS f reduceourstock 1Ue must be closed LASTSHidly and I fjc Calicoes best 410FROM NOW 1ST THE MUper ytt 1 TILE COMPA I f 1 I t 4 ROOFJNG PU f AL hI n CLASS TILE tv y It1 450 PE ries tf r x fl Sugarx57 f 3 Bars TQi19t Sgnp 4 J9Guarnnteeaa I Ifor table use per1b 1r10c MURRAY ROOF akes a25c L a 10eCloveJi 1 t60cv 4 Cans Corn 2t1t y 2 pkgs CreamWhoat 0 it a + ifn MIe7 bottles i r youEnclosed aI ti i- z r t t t- a + 1 oJ n I I y uw L- ti 4 1I r rL t r f B1cll News pNESDAY July l 1905 = HAT THE SNAKES z 1 HAVE BEEN DOING Blacksnakes Hold Boys Prisoners I Altoona Correspondence Philadelphia Three boys who were gathering ber rice pn the mountains near Williams turgihis county bad an awful expert nce with two monster blacksnakes yr They were picking from the same push when they heard a noise closeI by and turned io see a olaeksnake r slowly tolling itself after a sun bath They sprang upon a high fence and were about to drop on tho other side when they observed the mate of th first snake getting ready for businessI under them- Paralyzed with fear tho lads clang to the fente for an hoar before their screams for help were heard by John p France a farmer near Willlamsburg who was driving along the public road ontiguoua to the clearing where the kvs were prisoners He went to their tfacneFearing that he would be unable to cope with the Reptiles he ran for helpand a desperate battle took place Both snakes were killed The one measured 10 feet 7 inches and the other almost nine feetIThe boys collasped after they were i rescued The reptiles were the largest ever seen in this vicinity Sd v Rattlesnake In Cyclone Cave From the Kansas City Journal he family of John Moore in north ern Comanche county went to a place of refuge from a tornado the other night only to find they had gotten into a cave barefooted with a rattle snakeThe interior of the cave was in com pletA darkness wnen the Inmates were startled by hearing the unmistakable sound made by a rattler Mr Moore nastily struck a match and by its tnt glimmer saw the snake in the r al fortulle of striking The match went tiamtti and the family began to scream nother match was lighted and a snake was still visible and ratt ri nab furiously Then Mr Moore made oiiyang leap for the steps jumped alt anr the snake opened the door nndIe sad i pred a piohfork Then while his rDaheld a watch he killed the rat I it which measured over three feet tr- w ug hale BedolioJirr LI Correspondence Huston Post drib cove fr2nllast ancJ n hla bed R ton the Vathdt t I ssod toe t after kitseveralIt mo- vendeatieliiand 1 wcat unda iud found t10resident Ryan cured his 1largat beforeIIanibafAAlss any benefit atStirling this Was unable Oeo Chick the night- Great All tor values 1 lotsAug 10 DrrandMrsTttler at RaymondR attending a p1Pyle oneMrsDtrf aattlesnakeHenderson Mrs W nDl I1rlcesthat a button c hand AUR 1 that it is tIVVfIr it Dr Chas I tion in a guest of bis- ThursdayJe ai Rev anaave Child returned r- ulrlrat- ssa aparents ant KIE Tb1 eWenaeM- IssAraje lots wl1 woman herofwas thogna playing Sunday V J htDrourPstor tr spectacles 3 Men Hal I Short Miss Ma4e by wt Frankfort I I pearl Gregt V her fII Just whand dts Ifel Aug 10vigor 1 Ed Baconsoon villo the RUhe kid Tdr BaconorderJ where lie w1 Notvhat e has 1 that counts alent won Jesse Owe n t C States wbere hIlr- l Oaulbert comp visit to his pared t mtle 1isAug 10fV o PierceII t iFatherOBreyl1I z t d FanCY Farm Gr I 4 j JAlsv1as far as y 4y waS hS guest a wt ilf to w- elotyoull The key relotc- i Geo C i Fathers7 r Jhelan of Stltlif i i r5BroWfsI Valle 57IC K vincenttJnlo i Father CBrey 1Qct Father VlRhtit III Ing part of tIlCJ e ueQnd2SJ tOc jj 9C N- r olISreLi Those mandstre rnentW t See r should c 1 nhotlltl do a whichIWanI ductsIi seasonseo 4 1 4094StPurl f t 1 x n j The child screamed sad when Mrs I Marton rushed to its aid she found him in the coil ot the snake After la desperate battle she Idled the reptile which measured 7 feet in length Tne snake had to be unwrapped from the ohilde body after it was tilled The child will recover Snake Scared Child to Deathd- anitowoccorrespondenee Mil1 waukeFentlnel Frightened into convulsions whe- d I 1she accidentally stepped on a soak e which lay concealed coiled up in th graselittle Calla Huebner the twelve yearold daughter ot Mr and Mrs William Haebner living north of thi I city died here this afternoon The child had been playing about the yard when she stepped on theI snake with her bare feet The reptil- was not a venomous oneand her death ensued from fright and not a bite farmerehome too late to render assistance Snake In a Fruit Jar From the Philadelphia Record Five snakes ono found coiled in a gallon fruit sicwere killed in the cellar of James Du anon North Front streetNew Castle Del In the neighboring cellar of the RevS Beattie Wylie two snakes were Billed Stopped Car to Kill Snake From the Philadelphia Telegraph A trolley car of the Hamilton avenue line was bowling along the outskirts of Trenton N J today when the attention of the passengers was called to the shrieks of some wo men on the tront porch of a house along the way It was found that a blacksnake had appeared near the porch Conductor Holland stopped the car and killed the snake to the relief of the women J and the satisfaction of the delayed passengers Found Hog Nosed Viper From the Denver Post A strange find was made today by Alfred Parser of Cochetopa fame who out of a supposedly harmless pond near Littleton produced a hog nosed viper whoso bite is instaut death six a other venomous reptiles and a water dog Oat ot curiosity Parker proceeded to drag the pond this morning sup posing It contained nothing more harmful than frogs Hog nosed vipers are themost pole onous of reptiles as well as the most dangerous as they I Ii in swampy places completely hi aden br the reeds or in the water This was the first i one on record to have oeen found in the West These vipers are of the same family as the European asps and adders and tho horn1 viper of Africa whose i faQ + o inflict instant death The Diamond Cure ThE atest nuts from Parisis that they have discovered a diamond cure for consumption yon fear consump tion or pneumonia it will however be best for you to tnke that great remedy mentioned bv W T McUee of Vanleer TenD 1 had a cough for fourteen years Nothing helped me until I took Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds which gave instant relief andll effected a permanent cure Unequall ed quick cure for Throat and Lung Troubles At Short Baynes drug store price COo and flUnguaranteed r Trial bottla free GLAD NEWS FOR TEACHETS Common School Per Capita is FIxed at 325 a High Record Mark j i Frankfort Ky Jniy 12State- cSuperintendent Fuqua this morning fixed tile common school pAr capita for the fiscal year ending Jung 1006 at 325 a high record mark in the allowance to the teachers of the State The highest ever before declared was last year when it stood at 205 The fixing of the per capita at this high figure will be good news to the teachers of the State It was fixed upon an estimate cf resources made yesterday by Auditor Hager of 2 t 4AOOO for the school fnnd During the coming school year ed there will be about 731000 children of school age about 3000 less than the previous year Superintendent O Fuqua has also given nis attention ot to reducing the nnmber of common schools in sparsely settled districts and will thereby reduce the number of fAlse pupils for which allowance la made and will secure a better class of teachers Great Run of Train eAU previous records were broken by a It raiu on the Santa Fe railroad consist ingot three coaches which ran from Los Angeles to Chicago a distance os 2244 miles last week in fortythree hours and fiftysir minutes or 511 Qf miles per hour To Decide Date Friday The Masons will decide on the date of their fourth annualpicnic Wand ed barbecues at their regular meeting best Frl Jay night This question did not rnaieup at the last meeting as was in wedlhe affair will be given the J th er part oit August t tj 1 Y t ti XMY n 5 1 Son n8riSstreel i au emrs +ts istoigW t LAU uruA1 SUIT EXPOSES SYSTEM IN SPEECHES J I I Thomas W Lawson the man who 1haa exposed the gigantic oppressions metnodanof the Standard Oil company known arte oleo in Everybody s Magazine and who has become famous by telling the aresbeing wronged says that he id prepar lug to sae the largest insurance com panics of the country to get back aneinterview last weeK at Omaha Net in which state ho is making speeches articlessho said that he would soon take the first step against the insnran ce com panies in the torn of a lawsuit to be begun by 5 000 policy holders of the New York Life Equitable and Mu tual Companies against 1000 officers and di rectors He said This snit will be for tne restitu tion of the millions of d liars illegally received by the companies in the shape of commissions and perquisites How mach has been taken I do not know but the amount is large as is snwn by tho fortunes accumulated by the directors They have no right to the momy it belongs to the people Before the case has gone far there will ue nearly 1000 lawyers in it Recently in Everybodys Magazine I invited thu policy holders to HendI me their names and other informa tion The response was astonishing During the first week over 14000 replies were receive representing policies tram 100000 to 1300000 and from men ranging from laborers toI UovernoraI intend to pick out about 5000 as plaintiffs to bring the suit because the system can not coax so large a number to quit The result will be that the people will recover their money Tne Equitable fight isII nasty one but shows that the char ges I have made against the companies are wild in comparison with the real facts Goes After the Standard Fairbury Neb July 12Preceded- oy a orass band and riding in a gayly decorated automobile Thomas W Lawson of Boston yesterday afternoon entered the Chantauqua grounds at this place mounted the platform and delivered the second speech ot his Western trip to 10000 people trom Southern Nebraska and Northern Kan sae Some came from Denver 000 miles sway to hear Partially the speech was tnt same ai J that delivered by him at Ottawa Kan but he added to or took from that speech as he warmed to his sub ject When he made the statement that there are throe of the brainiest and best paid men in the systems employ who have followed me during this entiretnpand who are now with in reach of my voice the people peered around ad if they expected to see three of Satans imps The American people have been laboring under a great evil for the past thirty years They could not jee the evil thing but they felt it at i The Smart Set Mrs Burton Harrisons name has always been identified with particu larly fiction and for many years she has not given as so- apital a piece of work as The Jarlyes II the long novel which opens the August number of The Smart Set There are also many stories in this number The poems come from the best verse manors Ethel Watts Mnmford Frank Demyster Sherman Arthur Stringer Mildred I MoNeal Duncan Campbell Scott and Ethel M Kelley A nnmoer of The Smart Set containing more variety and a higher average of merit has never been issu A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES INTMENT rolls to cure any case no mtter how long standing In a to 14 days Jlrst application Rives ease and rest We If your druggist hasnt It send 60c In stamps and It will be forwarded postpaid by Paris Medi cine Co St Louts Mo On last Tuesday we are informed the Brownie carried IUD people on her trips between Hawesville and Tell City is said that this boat has made money from the a thing heretofore not believed to be possible in small a trade Hancock Clarion The Brownie was built at Stephens port and J no S Acjair and Capt Petitt that place are interested in the enterprise at Lorenzo D Dowell has beta appoint postmaster at Sample aft TOR A Beui Kind You hate Always Bought Blgatvr of I- rF 1- d tl0 in this tyt f their throats they knew was wrong with the Dar irg that time the country has prospers 1 aa no country ever did and yet the people did not have the wealth they had produced A few men had many millions hundreds of millions but the 80000000 had nothing after s tiling their bills on Saturday night When I got out West and preached that doctrine people said Wny weiknowits a good thing Ill be a Populist myself before I get bacn to New York if I dont look out But if thats old Populism then when I cet through with it Wall street will thinK it about the newest great est thing it ever heard ot The reference to brought cheerai from all over the audience Lawson spOke of the failure of the Kansas oil refining scheme by saying If that State refinery had peen built the Standard would simply have got control or the entire State govern ment and in this way would have continued to rob the people in the name of the State and by using thA State of Kansas as a shield at Ottawa Mr Lawson is on his tour by William Jer ome the famous district attorney of New York His first speech was made at Ottawa Kan He took the Svs tem as his subject The System is the term he applies to the Standard Oil company Mr Lawson said in part- I have come to Kansas on a simple missionto point out to you that the American people are being robbed by whom how and what the conse quences will DO if the robbery is not stayed and an example made ot the robbers What are you going to do about itYou know that the condition which allows the few to possess all and the many to be left with nothing must be laded If it is not slavery is the al ternative How shall it he ended t By your ballots What are ballots against dollars and the System has anlimit ed dollars With 5000000 I saw Rogers rob the able fearless honest but all wrong on the money question William Jennings Bry an out of the of the United States in 1800 Do you imagine he would shrink from repeating the operation in 100S if he feared that the wan you nomi nated would upset his control V Today at toe helm of your affairs is an able and fearless American bold to conceive and strong to execute To all of yon he is a hero and yqu are behind him ready to back up nis course wherever ne sees to go Presi dent Roosevelt knows it and today no man in the country is more Keenly aware of the necessity of curbing the corporate despotism under which we live but what can President Roose velt do I hate to say it but he is as helpless in the Systems net as a bull in a balloon Subscribe for TShe NEWS August entertaining entertaining ProtrudingPlies Brownie Making Money beginning Postmaster Sample theihs wortt something machinery Populism Lawsons Speech accompanied speechmaking presidency 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 Coland return August 11 12 and li account Fraternal Order of Eagles S 2300 Denver Colorado Springs an1 Pueblo Col and return August 20 to Sept 2 iusclusive account National Encampment Grand Array of the Republic S 1585 Athens Ga and return July 18 and 15 account Athens Summer School- S 665 Chattanooga Tenn and return Sept 10 17 and 18 account Regimental Reunion Ann vcr sary Battle of Chickamauga S 6150 Portland Ore and return daily up to and including Septt30 ac count L wSs and Clark Centennial Exposition- S 7250 Portland Ore and return going or rtturning via San Francisco and Los Angeles frequent date during July August and Sept account Lewis and Clark Centen nial Exposition- S 6650 AngelesCal7250 San Francisco Los Angeles or San Diego Cat and return fre quent dates during July August and September Chap Homeseekers tickets round- trip to Kansas Nebraska Indian Ter ritory Oklahoma Texas North Caroline South Carolina Georgia Florida and many other points July 4 and 18 Aug 1 and 13 Sept 5 and 10 Corre spondingly low rates from other South ern Railway Stations For additional information folders schedules etc address A R COOK C P T A 234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky C II IIUNGE FORD 234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky G R ALLEN A Go P A St Louis Mo W IlI TAYLOE G P A Washington DCI 0 t J i 11 j Jrtf i jr f t t r r jt oJO II 1 ii- a 1 i BALCSSICILIANllairRenewer tRenews the hair makes leash again restores the freshness Just what you need if your hair is faded or turning gray for it always restores the color Stops falling hair alsouJWO 7 te o7ftgtWm POLKA DOT CAN5 ONEGOLLONOFBICff 1 t 11 tlJfcFJffP t v1 1w1 tit pMi PMI Y 12000 I i j srparatrlyWeit not going to tact very long Of course itI may look well in the beginning but in the end whai Were here in buiinett to toy and when we recommend Kinloch Punt we certainly mat be positive of ill staying qualities too We ctn give you tome red information on painting When you are ready to buy come and ate ui about r- In V t HOUSE 06 PAINT J We wilt supply ypu at the tame time wnfijrcihjiurc Bared oiK R S BANDY Irvington Ky KIn1LOCH PAINT COMPANY p I H c = CONSIDER COLORADO V as a sort of halfwayhouse between you and the PORTLAND FAIR It is the break in the journey where you may unspan so to speak pull off your coat climb the mountains whip the trout streams or if preferable do a little plain loafing 4 When two so great attractions one artificial the other natural I lie thus in the same direction its a mistake to let pass the opportunity to see them especially if it be remem bered that one fare covers both Full information on roquII v GEOIi LEE G P A II I McGUIRE Df V Little Rock Ark AJJ f VV raoMitrR 1OTHK1IE 1 TWINThe Meteor through to Fort Worth dailyTRAINDallas Houston Galveston and San Antonia TOlavesSt Louis 821 p m daily j V Observation Cars TEXAS Frtd Harvey Moals e LLFor further lSystem1 r l J 44 Henry LOW SETTLERS RATES Wa1tersonsTO POINTS IN THE WEST AND J SOUTHWESTLetters Cotton Belt Route EuropeVI t Will Be On first and third Tuesdays of 11- A Leading Featureeach month round trip tickets of The will be sold to points in South east Missouri Arkansas Louisi C onetierournafare plus 2 Stopovers allowed D Ur infa t which to return i leflc0ATTRACTIVEI Louis morning and eveningCOMStALL GOING TO MAKE A PLETE NEWSPAPER making connection with all lines and carry sleepers chair cars Mall Rates apd parlor cafe cars Dally CourierJournal 1 year 6 Dally and Sunday 1 Year8 Write in for literature describ Weekly 1 year 1 ing the cheay lands along the Cot COURIERJOURNAL COMPANY ton Belt Route for maps timo T k LOUISVILLE KY table and information about rates + i By a Special Arrangement you can 0tlOLget the h BRECKENRIDGE NEWSr and the DRtNK iNn GOlD USGWEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL t I both one year for only iwttBi to fiuThisI Ml Kiour famW aleoHeS Sa BRECKENRIDGE NEWS OFFICE and nu One Oi tbe Zeasott floveroort KYrr yt e il tfttt h I A M4 BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D end V G BABBAGE editor and Proprietors Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price f100 a year pr 1125 if paid at the end of year jr i CARDS OFTnA Its over five lines charged or it the rate of 10 cents per line OBITUARIES charged tor at the rate of 5 tots per line Money in advancer Examine the label on your paper Kit is1 not correct oleaso notUv us When ordering a change In the address subscribers should give their old as well as the new address The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY July 19 1005 We call attention to the card of Henry DeHaven Moorman candidate for county judge printed in another column It states his position on the road question a very important question to the taxpayers of Breck enridge county There Is nothing that Breckenridgo count needs more than good roads and we are glad to see Mr Moorman taking the BffoTtor their Improvementtea is doing BomethinjorjHKrtno candidate ever did bore letttnn the people know nst how ne stands and what he will do it elected Whether nis views be right or wrong it shows that he has the courage to state them and stand for them We commend the young mans courage It shows that he isI progressive and means to do some thing besides collect his salary if elected HARDINSBURG Albert Orum of Mfittingly was in town Monday Clint Lewis was in Louisville several1 days of last week E T Guthrie spent several days of last week in Louisville- W F Hook and Henry DeH Moorman were at Raymond Sat urday Gen and Mrs D It Murray of Glendeaue are visiting Mr and Mrs M IL Beard Arthur Scott and Allen Kinch sloe spent Sunday at Big Spring the guest of friends The Rev G L King tilled his regular appointment at the M E church South Sunday Misses Alice and Margaret Bak er are visiting Mr and Mrs Frank P Payne at Clovorport Thos J Moore is attending the Circuit Court Clerks Association now in session at GraysonSprings Miss Fannie Smith who has been visiting relatives at Glen deano returned home Thursday Miss Lee Thornbury of Bran denburgwas the guest of Missi Clara Heston a few days of last weekB F Beard returned home Friday from Burgin where he was visiting his daughter Mrs A S Edelen Misses Nita Beard and Rose Pilcher of Louisville returned Jiomsiicnday after a visit to Mr and Mrs G W Beard Gus Brown has purchased of John Brown a farm lying on the Brandenburg road about two miles from town Consideration 300Jerry Ganane of Fords yule was in the city Friduy and Saturday He gave several readings at the lawn fete Friday evening which were much enjoyed Clayton Crosson of Hopkins ville arrived last week to take Difficult Digestion That is dyspepsia It makes life miserable IIts sufferers eat not because they want to but simply because they must They know they are Irritable and fretful but they cannot be otherwise They complain of a bad taste In the mouth a tenderness at the pit of the stom ach an uneasy feeling of puffy fulness headache heartburn and what not The effectual remedy proved by perma sent cures of thousands of severe cases Is Hoods Sarsaparilla HOODS 1lLiB are the belt cultiurtic ITHE ALMIGHTY DOLLAR ON THE SPOT Is what counts in buying goods We always have the dollar to pay for all goods we buy thereby obtaining THE VERY LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE We sell goods for spot cash and one price to all TRY US A MONTH YOU WILL BE MORE THAN PLEASED We quote a few staples used every day at prier s that can not be duplicated by any store in this city Bulk Hoastcd Coffee per Ib 15c Gold Dust Flour per bbl 52517 Ibs Standard Granulated Sugar 100 Pure Leaf Lard per Ib lie Potatoes per bushel 50c YOrn MONEY BACK ON ANY OF THESE GOODS IF NOT SATISFACTORY POPHAM BROS CLOVERPORT KY TTTTTTTTTTTTTVTTTTTTTTTTT TTTTVYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT 1 OGDEN COLLEGE FOR BOYS 11- W BOWLING GREEN KY fiL X fl- fl WELL KXDOWEI UTEKARV COURSES MANUAL TRAINING jjj j Prepares Boys for Higher Colleges and Universities fi M Professional and TechnlcarSchools a Courses well adapted to this end and excellence of training shown by P success of its graduates in higher institutions of learning TERMS LOWII1 40 FREE SCHOLARSHIPS Board in best families For catalog ft particulars apply torf Wm A Obenchatin A M President X NN NN NNNN NNN NNHINNNA- ilitl AARtR R A tiIA ARAi1 o OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Iil ilelAilililitAAltilitifititititiAAAit Ql rrr Lumber Lumber Lumber1 XxkISWE HAVE ON OUR YARDSANDxCAN FURNISH ON SHORTx1 Ifrx ORDER ALL KINDS OF ROUGH x- z Ji iz LUMBER iN LARGE OR SMALL LOTSATEEASONABLES PEICES AK JlKJO JlO 1 x w 1 m adLU 10 5i dt aIAr to All and sirs near rt at the sale in August- ebCtlJl rursalto build you a home Ji Miss Lelia Turner and brother PricesSandba Katiel t- Har of Louisville last orders t ilrgekMrn edne rCornwall for feww a days x Y3irs Sue Tydings and daughter t Cliff NONERIiOLTcameand friends for s time Best C UaeaIMrl Cross Ties Mr t airs Harry sonrm KY pr Maj01aud OOOOOCXXDOOOOOOOOO frrtrt+ rrrrrrtrr trr tr f + t SL4 Nasr LVs M SAU ggQWWtDIn Elys Cream BalmH FWIR- o Yo cleanses soothes and heala the diseased membrane It core catarrh and drives bahswapquickly Cream Balm Is placed Into the nostrils spreads over the membrane and Is absorbed Relief Is Im mediate and tcure follows It 1 Is not drying doei not produce sneezing Large Size 60 cent at Drug gists or by mall Trial Size 10 cents ELY BROTHERS tBG Warren Street New Yo- rkANNOUNCEMENTS FOR JAILER WEare authorized to announce W TIInll Rockvale for the office of Jailer of BreckenrldRC county subject to the action of the Repuollcan party charge of the political depart ment of the BreckQnridge Demo crat during the coming campaign The lawn fete given at the residence of Mr and sirs C L Beard was largely attended and much enjoyed The proceeds were for the benefit of the Ladies Xid SocietyOn July 20 a com petitive examination for a four years course at the State College proper will be held at the County Superintendents office It is ex pected that several will take the examination Clarion to Have New Home The Hancock Clarion one of the best county weeklies in the State typograph ically and every other Nay is to have a new home The building at Hawes vine it row occupies is 16x44 feet but the new building which will soon be erected will be four feet wider and six teen longer and of bri- ckdAt9TORI11Beare theihaKind You Have Always Bought SJgatton Iof BIG SPRING Born to the wife of John Sipes July 11 a son Jas Moorman and sister Miss Myrtle were in Louisville Tuesday of last week Miss Rachel Stith of Stiths Valley is visiting Misses Vennie and Virtie Moorman Mr and Mrs Berger of St Louis Mo visited her aunt Mrs James Clarkson last week Miss Maggie Scott has returned from a visit to her sister in Louis ville and is with her aunt Mrs NorrisMiss Virginia Reel who have been visitingi Miss Jennie Meyer left for her home in Louisville WednesdayMiss Moorman willI leave Tuesday for Murray Ky on an extended visit to helsisterI Mrs Asher Graham Mrs Genzberger and little daughter of Louisville who hasI been the guests of Mrs H Meyer returned home Sunday Mrs Taylor Kasey and little grandaughter Catherine Griffith have returned from a visit to her son Orian Kasey of Owensboro fMiss Forrie Hardin of Holt who has been visiting her aunt Mrs Julia Clarkson left Satur day to visit Mr and Mrs Jim Woolfork at Sulphur Well Edgar Moorman of GorinMo who has been here visiting his parents Mr and Mrs TR Moor man since the Confederate reun ion left for his adopted home ThursdayMrs McMillen of Shaw nee Oklahoma who has been visiting her aunt Mrs Julia Clarkson left for Elizabethtown Saturday to join her husbandandi visit other relatives NOTICE TO CREDITORS Breckenridge Circuit Courtr Marlah Goodmans o plaintiffs- vs act No 3842I Thomas Duncan o Defendants All persons having claims against the estate of Mnriah Goodman deceas ed are hereby notified to present their claims properly proven before me on or before the first Monday of October 1005 Lee Walls C B U 0 lyI W A Walker i Jj DENTIST JjJ- jy I t Satisfaction guaranteed 1= MPatronlzo your homo dentist Mi i 1iiOffice over Klncheloes Drug Store 1 jfi- X XHARDINSBURd KY u ff 1 Condensed Statement of Condition ofjj r Benk of Hardinsbvirg Hardinsburg Ky At the Close of Business June 30 1905 iiRESORCES 20275441 Overdrafts 122593 i Cash in Safe and other Banks 5067500 Stocks and Bonds L 366522 Banking House and LotJ80000Ot- ber Real Estate 58679 Furniture andFixtures 40000 iiTotL s 26110735 2500000 Undivided Deposits 21097572 Dividend There is no too small to use our bank to advantage Wo are for the small and of ladies and children It is a splendid education for the child to have a bank t and form methodical habits We pay on deposits Very 1 H BEARD Cashier I p QUARTERLY REPORT OF THE Two States Bank- At the close of business on the 30th day of June 100- 5RESOURCES Loans and discounts 47390 71 Overdrafts secured Overdrafts unsecured Due from NationalHanks 345020 Duo from State Banks and Hankers 2600 00 Due from Trust Cora panies 66Banking House and lot Other Heal Estate Mortgages U S Bonds Other Stocks and Bonds Specie 1K55 00 Currency 2474 00 6c1 00 Exchange for Clearings Other Items carried as Cash Furniture and Fixtures 1551 12 Fund to pay Taxes Current Expenses Last Quarter Current Expenses Last six months 5CD 18 Give description location value and how Ing owned all real estate except banking house and lot If any owned longer than live years I I 69 SW 21 Capital Stock paid In In I cash f 15000 00 Surplus Fund 317 18 Undivided Profits 1C23 36I Due Depositors as follows I viz Deposits subject to check on which Int Is not paid 28459 67 I Deposits subject to check on which Int Is paid Demand certificates of deposits on which Int Iis paid Time certificates of deposits on which Int Is 16500 00 44059 67 SIvnFe Deposits on which Int Is pail Certified Checks Due National Hunks Duo State Dunks and Hankers Due Trust Companies a Cashiers checks out standing Dills Unpaid dividends Taxes due and unpaid Capital Stock not paid SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of of any stockholder com pany or firm In the H ability of the company or firm the llaolllty of the Individual members thereof directly or In directly If such Indebtedness ex ceeds 20 per cent of capital stock actually paid in and actual amount of surplus of the bank 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 53 Kentucky Statutes How is same secured Does amount of Indebtedness of any person company or firm in cluding in the liability of the 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 dividend GOO 00 Were all expenses losses interest and taxes deducted therefrom before declaring dividend and was not less than 10 per cent of net profits of the bank for the period covered by the dividend carried to the surplus fund be for6 said dividend was declared Yes See Sec 596 Kentucky Statutes v S 01100 21 STATE lQ8CountyJohn S Adair Cashier of The Two States Bank a Bank located and doing business in the town of stePhensPJrt11Y In said county bolngduly report is lu all respects a true statement of the condition of the said Bank at the close of busi ness on the 30th day of Juno 1005 to 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 olllclul notice received from the Secretary of State designating the 30th of June 1005 as the day on which such bo mado Subscribed and sworn to before mo by John- S Adair the 3rd day of July 1005 W F nOOK ClerK Co Court By R S SKILLMAN D O G W I IL A 8HELLMAN Directors R A SMITH i1 JOHN S ADAIR LIABILITIES CapitalI Stock Surplus Fund and Profits 2413163 i No 29 due July 1 1905 at 4 per cent 100000 Totnl261107 5 tbusiness anxious accounts accounts account business interest time respectfully- M LIABILITIES rediscounted Indebtedness Including BrecKcnrldgo PAYNE Cashier LIIST L TIME TABLEIEASTBOUND I No 46 Fast Train leaves l- verrlytate 1tS k f Y J 1 No 42 Dally Mall and Kipress leaves 010 A M stops at all way stations O wens b oro Krverport952y 1235 p m Train No 44 Dally fast mall leaves Clu verport 448 p moo stops at all way stations arrives at Wants time deposits andMysticwin pay interest on same Train No 48 Dally Cloverport accommo dation arrives Cloverport 830 p m WEST BOUND No 47 Dally Cloverport accommodation leaves Cloverport 600 a m arrives Evans Board of directors is com vlllo 900 am posed of eleven of the safleavesClover ort10131 fastinmallonlyeat est and most influential hawesvilleLewisport Mace Owensboro EvStanley pottsville lIenderson and men in the county ansv11letarrlv St Louis 7O p m Train o 43 Mall and EXilless dally ar rives Cloverport 730 p moo vnnsvllle 103 p m Stops at all stations No 45 daily St Louis fast train leaves CIo verport 1106 PM arrives Evansville 135 A St Louisand A M stops at Havresvllle Write iolIParticularsM Henderson only Chair cars ort trains 41 and 44 between Louisville and Evansville Through sleeping cars and reclining chair cars on trains 45 anal r 46 between Louisville and St Louis Fordsville Branch j EAST BOUND Dr A P Latham Train No 2 Dally except Sunday loaves TOFordsville 430 a m arrives Irvington 840 HAS REMOVED ELIZABETHTOWN KYaTrain m No4 Dally except Sunday leaves j JThe e by harmless rational and satlsnd WEST BOUND tying methods Including Homoo Tra Daily except Sandleaven245 opathy Medical Electricity By Irvington a m arrives Fqev111e drotherapy Osteopathy Mas pm dsvtfjeleaves Irvington 650 p Solar SutgesUonTral 9250 msage Tberapy Fo Tlbratlon and Dieteticsmoo 4 CHARGES MODERATE quick relief in DrTnachers I J odSynlpp4r ICE ICE ICE r rIfight andThe Cloverport Water U Ice Company are now ma fug Ice It is good solid and coldadefrom distilled spring water aIS the purest and best ice on thf market We solicit your trade Srecml rates on carload lots Write or phone us for price I J II A L FORTMgr Cloverport Water Ilight and Ice Co M Cloverpo Ky I southern Normal School Bowiin 9iceoo lien Business Collegel n d tonal School of Talel raphr BOWLING GREEN KYuterclal end S pecsal Couraeao 1 POsITIONsCataioguos ItyAddreseI y b To Cure a Cold in Qn Daylr zryo n y iTake iaxative Bromo Q1Jinipe Tablets 2t1 A f on x every E Sevenltoxes sold in past 13 monthS This Signatures t ii I f l tiww 5 i r i T r utts Pills After eating persons of a bilious habit will derive great benefit by taking one of these pills If you have been DRINKING TOO MUCH they will promptly relieve the nausea SICK HEADACHE1and nervousness which follows restore feellagsTake No Substitute The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY July 10 1005 Robt Polk was at Hawesvlllo Monday- A lot a minute so says Dave Henry Aug 10California hams 0 cents per lbUabbage Son 4A timely tIpbe therc Aug 10the lots will go W N Read of Lodlburg was hero Thurs dayAug 10th sate of Breckenrldgo addition lotsRobt Osborne of Louisville was visiting here Sunday Mens 1 150 pants going at JOe this week Babbage Son r If you need glasses sclnetlflcally fitted see Dr RIgdon at Short Haynes Saturday Youll be glad If you do and sorry If you dont buy a lot Aug 10 You can get some bargains from us this week Babbage ft Son Forrest Haynes of Owensboro was the guest of friends here Sunday Heres your opportunityAug 10to buy a lot W S Asby went to Ilawesvillo Monday to attend the funeral of Robt E Duncan Ses Dr Rlgdon about your eyes at Short Haylfts drug storeSaturday July Ed Gregory attended the funeral of his cousin Edward Gregory at Lewlsport Mon dayThe profit Is yours In purchase of lots In the B A Aug 10 Eyes tested free by Dr Rlgdon at Short Haynes drug store Tho prices on dry goods and notions cut twentyflvo per cent this week Cabbage k Son Misses Margaret and Allco Baker of liar dlnsburg have been visiting Mrs K P PayneMr and Mrs Jesse Keys and children went to Dry Valley near Lodlburg Saturday for a visitMiss Nell Gregory attended the funeral of her cousin Edward Gregory at Lewlsport MondayMr Mrs J E Weatherholt attended the funeral of J F Eaton at Qnensboro Saturday Harry Weatherholt was In Louisville Satur day and Sunday the guest of his aunt Mrs Marlon Ryan MIss Margaret Moorman will go to Mt Sterling this week to visit her aunt Mrs Geo Chick Great values for little moneythe B A lotsAug 10 j Mr and MrsS E Wilson and children were at Raymond Saturday visiting relatives anti attending a picnic Mr and Mrs Eugene Tatum have beeat Henderson visiting her parents Mr and Mrs W It Burns Prices that surprisevalues that tellbe on hand Aug 10 Dr Chus Lightfoot of Paducah was the guest of his brother Dr F L Ll btfoot Thursday and Friday Rev and Mrs PL King and children have returned from a visit of several weeks to his parents at Smith Grove This Is a sure thing InvcstraentAut 10 lots will sell T 1 Miss Ara Sutton ol Owensboro daughter of Editor Sutton of the Owensboro In iulrer was the gnestof Mr and Ms r J E Keith SundayDr M Rlgdon of El Paso Tex will be at our store Saturday July Eyes tested spectacles fitted work guaranteed by us Short Haynes I Miss Maud Polk returns this weep from Frankfort where she has been visiting Miss Pearl Gregory Miss Gregory will accoripany her home for a visit of several wecKs Just what you wanta Breckenrldgo lot Aug 10 t Ed Bacon was here last week from touls vllle the guest of his cousin Jas B FHsher Mr Bacon Is now en route to Switzerland where he will spend the rest of the sum ner Not hat you pay what you getIn allot that counts Jesse Owen left Monday for the Southern States where he is traveling for the Pea lee Gaulbert company of Louisville after a s visit to his parents Dr and Mrs J T Owen BtlotsAuKBtBtA W C Plerceall who has been visiting homtatFancywas his guest a week ylotyoulllj a Fathers Geo Connor of Owensboro as iiVhelan of Stithton Aloyslus Meyerlnv of Drowns Valley and BenJ Wight of1 St VlncentUnlon county were the glies of Father C Brey the latter part of last f 3k Father Wight is here this week and Ist ty- Ing part of tho time at tho Tar Springs6- Dr J U Bash will be In Irvinf on July 21 and 22 prepared to do work d4al eyeseur+ +n+me CONTINUED and strength by regular treat withScotts Emulsion treatmenInand a little cool milk with It wll do away with any objection products season sampleyy 4094 is Pearl Street Sac and 100 1 sa droggmtsYork I a r Any time Is a good time Aug 10 Is the accepted time to Ret a lot It will pay you to take advantage of the Murray Roofing Tile companys offer on page 8 Misses Cornia Allen and Eloise Nolte went to South Louisville Monday to visit Mrs A- lI Tate LOCAL BRIEFS t A donation part yowas given Rev and Mrs J T Lewis at the Baptist parsonage Tuesday evening of last week The negro Methodists are hold ipg a camp meeting at their church- on Houston street Rev P L King preachedat the Methodist church Sunday morning for the first time in sev eral weeks ho and his family having been on a visit at Smith Grove Rev W A Lusk pas tor of the Baptist church at In dianola Miss filled the pulpit at the evening service Rev Lusk and family are on a visit to his wifes parents Mr and Mrs J E Keith He has preached at the Methodist church several times and is always well received G W Short is improving and enlarging his residence by adding a secondstory room anda wide portico Thos Wroo was city marshal Saturday and Sunday in the absence of Marshal DeHaven who returned Sunday night from Ft Thomas where he took Walter Estes the deserter The members of the Epworth League eifjoyed a social at the home of Miss Margaret Skillman last evening Some of the streets that were badly washed by the heavy rains this month are being regraveled GfV Snyder and sister sirs John Honk of Hardinsburgwere in tpfvvn Saturday It was air Snvers first visit here in twenty years Eastbound train No 46 due at 507 arrived here six hours late Saturday morning The delay was occasioned by a wreck on the L N near Mt Vernou Ind in which four lives were lost No 44 was nearly four hours late REMEDA FOR HAY FEVER After Trying Other Treatments Hy omel Was Used with Perfect Suc cess Before the discovery of Hyomel the only advice a physician could Rive his hay fever patients was to go away from home but now anyone who IS subject to this disease can if Hyomei is used stay at home without fear of the annnal attack of sneezing watery eyes and other discomforts J F Forbes a well known Western railroad man whose home is at Mo COOK Nebraska writes I have never had any relief from any remedy for hay fever even temporarily until I discovered the merits of Hyomei Ialways recommend it when occasion requires There is no offensive or dangerous stomach losing when Hyomei is used This reliable remedy for the care of all diseases of tbo respiratory organs is breatned through a neat pocKet inhaler that comes with every outfit so that the air taken into the threat and lungs is like that of the White Mountains or other health resorts wn re hay fever is unknown The fat that Short Haynes agree to refund the money to any hay fever sufferer woo nsts Hyomei without success should inspire confidence in its power to effect a cure A com plete outfit costs cnly 100 and extra bottles but CO con- teAPPRECIATION OF REV J T LEWIS Clovorport Ky July 15 1905 Editor of Breckenridge News As has already been indicated by your kind notice in the last issue of your paper we are hero and at work upon our now field We Ire delighted with our reception and feel that the outlook is bright for good work in this y 4- f v S c DR R P KEENE ml itReprosentingI r TAYLOR KEENE TAYLOR tm IIDENTISTS I rIr IiIWill bo In Dr Llghtfoots office one KJ I It1waitI y I ill I tlstrfIIitWill be Here at Regular Time ity portion of our Masters vineyard In turning away from our dear people of Irvington and communi ty as you have said we have left a host of friends and thank God our coming here does not sever this precious relation When we nsjsundor part it rives us in ward pain but we shall still be joined in heart and hope to meet again We arc here because wo believe the Lord has a work for us to do at this place We rcalixo that this work is not only to be done in your midst but with you On last Tuesday evening we were greatly impressed that we couldstay a while in Cloverport any how Quite a number called and brought many good things leaving pastor wife and children happy and encouraged for the work This splendid donation makes me feel that h must be in the midst of a missionary people If you give so liberally and will ingly to your pastor who is in no immediate or specialneed surely he can lead you to do what ought to be done for those who are suf fering for the gospel of the Son of God here and even unto the uttermost part of the earth May the Lord bless you for this your kindness to one who comes to be your undershepherd- This ought to stimulate the shepherd to lead in paths ofright In older to do this he the lead er must be right with the Lord thank God this we all may be Yesl we are rejoicing in the midst of a kind reception You Methodists have a right to de mand of the Baptist pastor that he at least be good The first week of our stay in your town we were entertained by bighearted Methodists tho denomination cant produce any betterI mean sistersAnd Presbyterians dont have any preaching on our days and if they will be good we will let them have their say also Oh Christian friends let our coming together be for His glory by putting together our hands hearts and heads for the salva tion of the lost and extension of His glorious kingdom Now in closing this effort to express our appreciation of your kindness and being in your midst permit me to wave a salutenot- to the girl 1 loft behind for I brought her with mebut to the brothers sisters boys and girls that I didnt bring God bless them all And to my Cloverport people let mo say Many are the prayers that have been andwill be offered at Irvington and Steph ensport for your pastorwe shall succeed The hand of the Lord is with us and upjn us 0may He bless His holy nameork in us both to will and to do of His good pleasure J T Lewis IHDWES 1 IdLASEsC TORICOID GLASSES are spectacle and eyeglass tenses ground In a peculiar man- ner110 as to give a much larger clearer field than any other glasses and a sense of freedom and comfort to the wearer that no other glasses afford and which can be ap preciated only by those who have tried them They orewlthout question the most scientifi cally constructed glasses that htve ever been made and when made Into BIFOCALS near sighted and farsighted glasses combined singlelensof any other form of Bifocal Glasses byTsoldbythemandlhelrauthorized positive guarantee that It they do not glt satisfaction In everrway they maybe returned- and the money paidfor them will be refunded II you have any trouble with your eyes or It your glasses have not gIven you perfect com fort and satisfaction In every way write to us GLASSSmenlloningthis T J Howe Co Opticians LOUISVILLE KY Il l u N 1 I L 1+ = iII 1 WntSJAdvertisements Inserted under this head at one cent u word per week U Un mu FOR SALEFARM FOlt SALE Farm Apply to Gardner gnew Cloverport Ky- LOSTB1LICELET L toNewsWANTED A handshlI FOR SALETRAP AND HARNESS 1 trapI1mldillon Apply to J 11 Rowland at postoflUe FOR SALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting machines and one lot of good Laundry machines UasollneEnStreetLouisvilleFOR SALETUITION CERTIFICATE CORSALKTultlon Certificate Bryant k Iou1svllleForenrldgo News Cloverport Ky Eon SALE IAIt31 FOR SALE My farm of 120 acres on Clover Johnsonfarmland easytermsAddressJHENDERSON ROUTE NOTES One way second class colonist tickets to South and Southeast first and third Tuesdays each month at reduced rates Homeseekers Excursions to all points to which homeseekers rates apply One way colonists rates to California and the Northwest March 1 to May 10 and Sept 15 to Oct 81 IgOS Niagara Falls Excursion July 27 Aug 3 Aug 17 Aug 24 On above dates rate of 1270 for round trip Clovorport to Niagara Falls ana return cood to return twelve days from date of sale will be made Masonic Celebration Hardlnsburg August 1905 Cloverport to Hardlnsburg and return on Aug 5 1 100 round trip tickets to bo sold on train leaving Clovertfort 507 a m good returning leaving Hardlnsburg 430 p m same day National Association Stationary Engineers Louisville Aug 1 to 8 1905 For this occasion S245 for round trip Cloverport to Louisville and return will be made on July 3031 good returning Aug 10 Chautauqua Owensboro Aug 217 1905 Cloverport to Owenslraro and return Aug 1 to 16 inclusive good returning Aug 17I5160 Also on Aug 1 1 16 inclusive good returning three days from date of sale but not later than Aug 17 in any case il45 round trip- Atlantic City Excursions Aug 3 IAug 10Aug 17 Return 12 days from date of sale 11725 round trip from Cloverport Old Point Comfort Excursions July 14 and Aug 12 11550 round trip Good I to Cloverport return 15 days from date of sale from On Automobile Trip Messrs F K Pottinger and J T Dawson of Owensboro passed through Cloverport about 8 oclock Saturday MEET ME AT JNOLTES no The Very Warm Weather CALLS FOR COOL WEARING APPAREL We Can Help Make You Comfortable OXFORDS STRAW HATS SERGE COATS LACE HOSIERY THIN UNDERWEAR BELTS NEGLIGEE SHIRTS CANVASS SHOES Ladies BeltsA New LotJust Received J C Nolte Bro Cloverport Ky an They were to to tour the that this the Hardinsburg Who once used GOLD DUST is satisfied to use that and no otherIt is the flour that is by good cooks and good livers Get the habit of using CADICKS GOLDDUST FLOUR It is a good habit sure to give the best satisfaction to all of your house t I1un Ca dick Milling CoGRANDVIEW Jt r I TELEPHONE GROWTH fifi- The li y Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company has issued i Jijift rt Number subscribers June 11st 1905 128919 JJJ Number added during month 4390 WW i jrNety I 1 Jjii4 morning In automobile en route Lebanon country in part of the State leaving city over turnpike It hft9 CADICKS FLOUR demanded IND was the second automobile to make a trip through Brcckenridgc county The first one was here last summer and was en route from Louisville to Rockport Inu I I IOLD FASHIONED BARBECUE AND DINNER ATMoDANIELSKYS- ATURDAY JULY 221905 Meats Cooked on the Grounds DINNER 25C REFRESHMENTS MUSIC AND COLD DRINKS You are Invited toICome and Bring All Your Family And Your Friends I IIt Will Be the Best and Only One of the Season I II4 rt I Iii 1 I r- Y t A 1 oK fl 1 r The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY July 19 1900F REMARKABLE DUELS Fantaitlo Contests That Tried Men II Nerve and Coarngv II Two heavy weights suspended froin a beam by slender cords were the weapons chosen by two Parisians nam ed Durler and Volsln to terminate their rivalry for the hand of a pretty actress Beneath a weight each tookfi his stand there to remain until thetbreaking of one or the other of the cords should decide his fate Fur more than four hours they remained motionless Ito when the cord attached to Du rlers weight snapped and the ponder ous mass of metal falling upon the man beneath struck him to the Jtroundu Fortunately however It Just missed his head and he escaped with no worse damage than a severe shock and a blor ken collar LJoueSSomewhat prolonged was the duel waged a few years back at a well known Yorkshire seaside resort to de cide which of two young men should surrender his claim to the hand of a local publicans daughter The rhalstboth prided themselveu upon their na tatory prowess so it was agreed thatt he who should first miss his mornings swim in the open should withdraw his pretension to the ladys hand For nine months and more each took his matu dual swim but at length there came a day of such furious storm that one turned faint hearted and refused to dare the tempestuous billows The othter however at considerable risk dash ed Into the foaming sea and although be was badly cut and bruised emerged a triumphant wooer Another aqueous duel occurred some years since the location being the lake of Geneva and the contestants a Swiss named Zelluer and one Lenoir a Frenchman who agreed that he who could remain the longest beneath the surface of the water should without Inv terruption or hindrance from the otbert be permitted to pay his addresses to the daughter of a wealthy tradesman The rivals dived simultaneously nnllII more than two minutes elapsed ere Zellners bend appeared above the surJ face There was no sign however of his rival after whom when yot nnJJ other two minutes had sped a couple of onlookers dived and succeeded in I recovering his senseless body Restora I tives were successfully applied and on J Lonolrs recovering consciousness heII was acclaimed the victor At the time of Suasis forty day fast at the Westminster aquarium some years ago a couple of young Mancuni ans agreed by emulating his example to decide which of them should first propose for the hand of a girl who had hitherto regarded them with a seemingly impartial affection Four days was sulllclent qrdeal for one who re fusing any longer to abstain from food left the field clear to his rival whose proposal however met with scant consideration from the lady who declared that she would not Intrust her future to the keeping of such a fool as he hud provod himself Needless to say his rivals reception was equally glacialDuring a very severe winter In the last century n couple of Germans nn tives of Dresden resolved for love of a womnn to tlfjlit a duel to the death Very fantastic was the method em ployed Without provision of any kind and clad only In the lightest of clothes they wont out Into the country there to remain without shelter until one or other of them should succumb to the cold Three days after their departure a wretched object crawled back Into the town Ten miler dhrtant his rival frozen to death lay beneath the CallingI snow London Tit Bih CASTORIAJI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signaturoof I Kiplings New Story Rudyard Kipling has not been of late a frequent contributor to magazines The August Century will contain a story by him a tale of Americans in England called An Habitation Enforced The story is said to be an unusually Jong one for Mr Kipling so long that The Century editors were minded tt first to print it in two numbers but it was decided to let it all appear in the Midsummer Holiday issue READ TillS Louisville Ky Oct 1 1002 Dr EW Hall St Louis Mo Dear SirI suffered four years with kidney and rheumatic trouble At times could not raise my arms up and pains in I my ankles were so severe I could hardly walk Your Texas Wonder Hallsf Great Discovery has cured me and I take great pleasure in recommending it to any one similarly afflicted Yours truly JOHN SNYDER 181510th St A TEXAS WONDER One small bottleot the Texas Won der Halls Great Discovery cures all 1 kidney and bladder troubles gravel cures diabetes seminal emis I sions weak and lame backs rheu r matism and all irregularities of the jt b jddneya and bladder In both men l oand women regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your druggist it will be sent by mail on iJrootllpt of f1 One small bottle is two i months treatment and seldom falls t 1 to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer P 0 Box 030 St testimonialstsold t l MORE RAILROAD TALK That the L N Is Behind Line From Madisonville Madieonville Hustler It is considered a sure thing that the railroad from Madlsonville to Cloverport or some other point on the Ohio river will be built without much delay The surveyors are now in the locating the line and there is lit doubt that they are now locating it where it will finally so It is evident the person who studies the matter- a little that the work in connection with the Cloverport proposition has been carefully planned and has ben managed up to this time and it would seem that little if anything to be done to perfect the originally decided upon by the promoters- Of course there are all sorts of rumors In connection with the ultimate ownerbhip and operation of the road The promoters have carefully kept ultimate purpose a secret and public can only surmise as to what system will control the Cloverport line when built It is being ostensibly promoted by parties at Harttord and Madisonville notable among them being Mr H H Holeman Vice President of Mortons Bank of this city Mr Holeman manes no secret the road when built is to be turned over to somebody but gravely waves the matter off when approached- as to the real partners in interest The latest rumor is and it seems to have pretty good foundation that the LLC N is behind the proposition that the line will ran from Madisonville to Fordsville where a branch line ot the Texas readies and this branch will be used for reaching the Ohio river The pills that act as a tonic and not a drastic purge are DeWitts Little Early Risers They cure Headache Constipation Biliousness eto tarly Risers are small easy to tare and easy to ticta safe pill Mack Hamilton hotel clerk at Valley City NDsajs Two bottles of these Famous Little Pills cured me of chronic constipa tionUood for either children or adults W H How 11 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 thtin these famous pillsII Scores ot testimonials prove theIrI worth Sold by All Druggists Comparative Strength Of Worlds Navies The eoinparvative strength of the World navies has inst been issued from Washington Eutrland stands first with 15tiUS71 tons and France second with HOiJ721 tons From this itI is seen that England is more than twice as powerful on tbe sea as any other nation on the globe United States stands fourth on the list witn 810523 tons which makes us weaker on tho sea oy 100000 tons than Germany who stands third on the Jist with 441 249 tons Italy Japan Russia and Austria are the next down the list with nearly 300000 tons each Before the war between Russia and Japan Kuesia held the third place on the list of naval powers but today stands next to the last in tne seventh place Japan has reduced the naval power ot Russia to cuehalf of its for mer size tt Smooth Article When von find it necessary to use salve use DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve It is the purest and best for Sores Burns Roils Eczema Blind Bleeding Itching or Protruding Piles Get the genuine DeWntfl Witcn Hazel Salve Sold by All Druggists The Working Class A traveler in the mountain country of Em Tennessee stopped one noon st a cabin says the New YOrK Sun In the shade of the house sat a com forable looking middleaged man apparently at leisure A dozen dogs loafed about mm Can I have dinner here askedI the traveler I reckon so drawled the man when the old woman turns up The old woman came in alter a while leading a wearylooking male and wiping perspiration from1 beneath her big sunbonnet She split some wood built a fire fetched some wear and soon had dinner ready You have a fine country besaid the traveler as they sat down to the meal I whiadIStranger said the reckon its about IUI fine as thev is or men and doge but its mighty bard on women and mules ttjji BNew Boat Takes Brownies Place A gasoline boat is being on It at stepliensport to take the plac this month ot the Brownie which I Ihas been running in the Hawesvillej and Tell City trade and which also was built at Stephensport It is understood that the Brownie will go into the Hawesville and Uockport trade con necting at the latter place with an other gasoline boat for Owensboro Subscribe for the NEWS 4- tI fi Why Send Your Money Away FOR Sewing Machines When You Can Buy the Best in Your Own Town Direct From the Maker I At as Low Prices and on Better Terms By this sign you will know and can find at MAIN STREET CloverportKy ANOTHERCutRate Magazine Sale tOe and 15c Magazines at SC McClURES EVERYBODYS I l DELINEATOR COLLIERS W PEARSONS WOMANS MAGAZINE DESIGNER FRANK LESLIE SUCCESSMUNSEY Back Numbers But Worth 5cents I ONLY A FEW OF EACH I J D BABBAGE MnAWwww T Why be roasted j Dont you dread the thought of bending over a red hot kitchen range this summer How much pleasanter it is to possess a cool and compact OIL STOVE one that does all the work of a range without the intense heat or waste of space Ask your husband to come with you and inspect the Perfection Oil Stove now on exhibition in our store They are just the thing for 1 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 I just how it workstP h I McGLOTHLAN PIGGOTT Irvington Ky II i f 1 DRMOFFEns TEETHINGi i 1 1 POWDERS Curls Cholera I Ms 25Cat Druggists or mail 25c to CJ MOFFETT M D St Louis o- Mother Hesitate longer but savo tho health and your child as thousands have by theso iiii TEETHINA Is easily given and quickly counteracts and pomes the effects the summers heat upon teething t LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE PACKET CO- USconvoIIATED1 Fast Mail and Passenger Line between Louisville and Evansville Steamers Tarascon Tell City Leave Louisville Wednesday Friday and Saturday 4 p m Leave Evansville 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 Cloverport to Louisville 175 Clovorport to Evansville 175 Cloverport to Owensboro 75 Splendid accommodations for stock General Office 154150I5S 4th st Ky C V WILLIAMS 6 F and P A GEOH WILSON Supt SUMMER EXCURSIONS VIA ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R to California and Colorado- and to the Lewis nnd Clark Centennial Exposition PORTLAND OREGON- at special reduced rates Hpmeseekors 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 AnRees and San Francisco via New Orleans Every Tuesday from Cincinnati and Louisville Via Omaha and the Scenic Itouto every Wednes day from Chicago Full Particulars concerning all of the above can be had ot Rome Agents or by addressingF HARLOW D P A Louisville Chintz Royalty Practical Surveyor also Notary Public I can suivoy your Lands write your Deeds and take the acknowledgement at your home This saves you trouble and cost I Your Patronage Solicited Address mo at Hardinsburg oJ Ky- H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDINSBURO KY wm practice his rofesston in all of the Courts of a and adjoining counties Special attention given to collecting t road cases and criminal practice License toJ practice In United States District Courts Office nyei Bank of Hardlnaburg 1I t n- I Infantum Diarrhoea Dysentery and the Bowel Troubles of Children ofiRay Jtge Aids Digestion Regulates the Bowels Strength the Child and MAKES IlTEETHINGOnly of no done giving Moi I Monday Monday REDUCED Louisville Los nreckenriu 5 AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAYour i = Repaired f 3 and Guaranteed E s pre 3 E 3I3 3dIf we dont do as we say wo we will return your money We have firstclass I and guaranteed goods in watches = clocks chains charms rings spectacles silverware etc at Prices You Canno Diipllcate 33Elsewhere = Wo live here and everybody knows us If our word is not Rood dont believe what we say Our WK sales and Im mense amount of repairs speak what people believe 1 4 = = 3 TrC LEWIS SON t I YOUR JEWELERSp HARDINSBURG KENTUCKY t- TYYT YYTYYYYYT YTV7YYTYYTTY 14 eves 245 Cloverport PlaningMillp GREGORY 6 CO Prop LUMBER s DOORS SASH BLINDS I DOOR AND WINDOW SCREENS SHIN 3LESLATHS LATHSLIME I fOEMI f I 1v4 j StY ishjtTaitort i latest patterns for A1lthe trousers in high Clothes made by modern methods Fit guar anted Moderate prices Ex pert itnilbis employed t fJ H HUNSCHE i f Casp r May b Co Cannelton Ind- Spur StomachNo appetite loss of strength nerve ness headache constipation bad breath v loners i1 debility sour risings and catarrh ej the stc mach are all duo to Indigestion Kea l 1 cures ndlgestlon This new discovery repr seats i he natural Juices of digestion aa the exist n a healthy stomach combined via the gr atest known tonlo and reconstructive 1 properties Kodol Dyspepsia Cur does Ml only cwro indigestion and dyspepsia but tfeta famous remedy cures all stomach trouble I by cleansing purifying sweetening aid z siren henlni the mucous membranes Dalysthe ill mach tMrI waa troubled with lOUr tcrack for two yew Ii a1Ofor j ftoiol Wgeita What You tatkettles mly tatut rasa ed by B O DWITT ADO OH 10 AIM jy Solo byIalll3 Druggists or Ask for the 1905 Kodol Almanac t and 200 Year Calendar BABBAGEattorneyatLaw UBLIC ADMINISTRATOR t M my years experience in set f tang estates All collections reas ona eo tloverPo Kentucky h t s n