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I T t ii I I 1 i l THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT 11 tVOL XXX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 26 1905 8 Pages NO 2 I UNANIMOUS NOMINATION OF 4 STRONG TICKET RESULT OF REPUBLICAN CONVENTION H THE TICKET Representative L L Mitchell County Judge Morris Eskrldgo b County Court Clerk W S Ball County Attorney Allen R Kincheloe Sheriff Dennie Sheeran SuPt Schools Andrew Driskell o- r aller W Je Hall urveyor RM Basham ssessor Henry Cannon Corbner Chas Durham- Hardinsburg 1 i Ky July 25 iI f Ii SpecialTlie above is the ticket I which was unanimously selected I k at the Republican county convention hold here at the courthouse y Monday afternoon The large cir cuit court room was crowded by t enthusiastic Republicans who 4 1 certainly appeared as if they meant C business It reminded one of the r convention of 1894 whose nominees Swept the county like a cyclone Everything was harmonious and body was in the best of humor Every precinct was fully represented Chairman Gus Shellman called 1301Di delegates by the secretary P Haswell lr Then on111theI of Taylor Beard the lion Blanford way elected tem porary chairman In assuming- i jj i the chair Mr Blanford made a short tolling speech whichmet with genuine approval from the ipelegates Upon the motion of I Capt J H Rowland tho chair I was authorized to appoint the necessary committees On the tCommittee on Credentials ho ap f pointed Capt Rowland Jno B t Haws and D C Heron Achilles Dye Peter Bennett and Henry Garni on were named as a Com mittee on Permanent Organization and on the Committee on Order of Busintw Milton YhitI worth D N Howard and CllllsI Patterson were appointed r f The Committee on Credentials reported that there wore no contests and recommeded that all theI l delegates be seated The report I was adopted Japanese Pnlntlnir The Japanese with their natural unsophisticated view of life have over sought fn their art to mirror what a t great painter and critic has termed Jt Art1Jfounded on the unchanging prop ihOW human nature must have a t as well as a future must be able to look backward as well as forward I Not cues life labor but that of many generations is required No people- S have better understood this than the I Japanese They have also clearly per- ceivedI that no art that Is not true to changeless element In man cup en- P4ife while on the other hand any i R subJecV however trivial can be made a eternally attractive if only treated In t i iaccordance with aesthetic law Japanese painting delights us by Its freedomItiesjspecjajand enduring charm what makes the play of fancy never wearl sqnie the liberty never mere license to V that they find expression In and a through a framework of design so fine tLly conceived that In It wo see reflected as in a mirror the fundamental princi tples which govern all truo ortW M lr Cabot In Atlantic t Power of Knuhlon 4 t Though we can neither tell whence fashion comes nor how nor what it will do next nor Why it was yesterday one thing today is something else and Ii tomorrow will be different nor why4 It always has been Is now and proba bly always will be obeyed It moves steadily forward into that realm of common sense where beauty and utili t evertfit however well It may be tailored of U lowever excellent the materials may f 6 of which it is made unless it is ishlonablQ even tough it violatesno i The Committee on Permanent Organization recommended that the temporary organization be made permanent which was adopted The report of the Committee on Order of Business recommended that the candidates for the various offices be nominated in the order in which these names would ap appear on the ballot The report was adopted without amendment The chair then called for nomi nations for theomce of County Judge and John M Butler of Custer in a neat speechnomi nated Morris Eskridge Capt J H Rowland seconded the nomi nation and Mr Eskridge was unanimously selected as the can didate for Judge The chair appointed John M Butler and Robert Polk to escort the nominee to the convention hall When he appeared he was received with an enthusiastic burst ol applause Svhich he gratefully acknowledged He made a strong conservative speechaccepting the nomination and prontised ivft active andwinz f f A- nmgr campaign The rest of the ticket was com pleted in the order in which their names appear at the head of this article except that the Represen tative was nominated last Each nomine except Mr Mitchell conventionIvigorous campaign On behalf of Mr Mitchell who was unable to be present on account of illness in his family Mr Haswellac cepted the nomination for representative he being authorizedso to doOn motion of Hon R M Jolly the log cabin was chosen as the emblem of the party and then the convention adjourned The Republicans generally were highly pleased with the ticket regarding it as one of the strong est that could be placed in the fieldand they enter the campaign confident of election at the hands of the people law of art ana or itseic is a mmg of beauty for without that indescribable something that only fashion can give it Is like a flower without fragrance or a tune without music Sartorial Art Journal Two Tales of JUacreadjr It is not always well to strut and fret ones little hour upon tho stago too realistically Macready who threw himself into his acting heart and soul used to tell funny stories about the ef fect of his easy colloquial manner upon the players collected for his com pany in small provincial towns Once in the play of William Tell lie turned to one of these stupid rustics and put the question Do you shoot so natu rally that the man was qulto thrown oft his guard and to his horror replied A little sir but Ive never had a go with one of them crossbows Another time In Vlrglnlus he asked Do you wait for toe to lead Virginia In or will you do so only to be greeted unex poctedly by the actor who played Icll lus with Why really slrT1 dont care just as you do It In London Sennit In Polynesia and the Pacific Islands generally tho outer husk of the cocoa nut is braided Into strands of uniform texture known to the natives as son nit and used by them for a variety of purposes The framework of their houses Is held together by braided son nit and the strakes of their boats are united by It It is the staple from which string Is made to bind the adze blade to Its handle and to tie flip different parts of their Implements se curely together In short whatever things are nailed or screwed or pegged or glued In other lands are tied togeth er with sennit by tho south sea Is lander One Legged Dinner Party A certain gentleman tho possessor bt a cork leg living In ono of the London suburbs annually gives a dlnnen I FIFTH SUNDAY MEETING HardinsbnrgKy July 2Special The fifth Sunday meeting of the Breckeuridge Association of Baptists will convene at this place on Friday July 28 at 3 oclock On Friday even ing the Rev D F Shacklett of Meade county will preach There will be an all day service on Saturday At 11 oclock on Sunday morning the RevJ T Lewis of Cloverport will preach the missionary sermon and in the evening there will be preaching by the Rev D B Clapp of Louisville The Cloverport Male Quartette will sing at both services on Sunday Delegates will have homes ready for them and be met at the train if they will notify Arthur Scott of the time of their arrival A MIXED FAMILY Pqtesville Ky July 25Sprcial- A mixed family of Indians Mexicans and Spaniards camped short distance below town Saturday night and Sunday They were seventeen in number One Indian woman was a fortune tellerThey said they were front Indian and Okla homa Territories and were going to Cin cinnati People came from far and near to see them and several photographs were made of them Goes 1o Improve Health Mrs A C Sheldon whose health has been impaired for some time left Snnday with her children for a visit to relatives in Evansville and from ther she will go to Illinois where she will probably remain tor several months PICNIC WAS SUCCESS Bowleyville Ky July 25 SpecialTho farmers picnic Saturday was a success There were about 600 people present who seemed to appreciate the effort made by the Bewleyville local union A S of E to enter tain them Hon Charles Blanford Dr P w Foote and Sherman Ball made fine addresses and Mr Gannane gave excellent readings The ice cream lemonade and other things in that line was a popular feature The music was good and vell dis persed throughout the program TO GIVE BIG PICNIC Mattingly Ky July 25 SpecinlNat TanI Thomas Hawkins George Harris and Roscoe Lasley will give a big pic nic near Hardins schoolhouse August 12- DAY SURRENDERS Robert Day who shot Lee Happy Hudson at Hudsonville July 7 has surrendered himself to County Judge Miller Day and Hudson had trouble over a partnership account When the officers went to arrest Day lie could not be found and a reward of fifty dol lars vas offered fob his capture to a dozen owners or a like suDsmmc In the center of the table are grouped four crutches around which twine fes tofu of flowers miniature legs In Ivory compose the handles of the knives and forks while tho piece de resistance Is invariably a magnificent turkey that has been deprived of a leg before being brought to table He es HoeYou deem depressed Yes Ive got to ask my girls father tonight for her hand BoshI Dont be alarmed The stern father exists only In the comic papers Maybe so but the borrowing father Is a painful reality Hell lend pie for a fifty to a dead moral certainty Louisville Courlr Journal Her Tremolo Ah how I love to hear your daugh ter sing said Archie as he waited In the parlor Shes practicing her exercises now Isnt she What a beautiful tremoloNo replied the mamma scornfully She has had the sore throat for three days Shes taking a gargle Indian spoils Star Followed- A servant girl had been sent on an errand On returning she said to her mistress Oh maam theres been a young man following me Mistress Oh Indeed Servant GirlYes maam I know he was afollowlng me because he kept looking around to see If I wasicpmlng Tart nner IIA womans bonnet would not cost much if It wasnt for tho trlmmlng said the miserly husband Neither would a mans whiskers answered his wife Chicago News k 7 Prof Taylors Training School To tho anxious parents seeking tho proper school for their bar we would submit the ijonisville Draining School of Louisville for their consideration This school is conducted under tho peiBonal supervision ot Prof H K Taylor its principal and proprietor The fact that Prof Taylor is connect ed with this institution is the best recommendation tbat can be given it At this school a boy is taken in the rough andtrained by Christian teach ers and brought up under tM influence of highest moral standards BO that when he has finished the bey has In culcated within him the highest ideal of manhood The rigid military discipline a boy receives at this school makes him in after life a man of regular habits and firm mind This one feature of the school while it is not carried to the extreme is much to be commondea Regular study hours under the sup ervision of u teacher are kept dally This is an advantage a boy has at this school over the school that per mits its students to keep their own study hours Each boy is under the personal care of Prof Taylor through out the session thns insuring a year of vigorous stndy Graduate professors are employed who also nave constant care of each boy Only sevonty five students are taken into the school each year Ages from twelve years up Application for entrance should be made at once to Prof H K Taylor Beec mont Ky to insure accommo dations for tho ensuing year Cata logua sent on request fMasonic Barbecue September I At the regular bimonthly meeting of Cloverport Lodge No 188 V d A M last Friday night it was dcid ed that the order will give its annualI picnic and barbecue this year on Fri day September 1 This date is twelve days later than that on which the Die mo ana barbecue was given last year The annual affair this year will be the fourth given by tbe lodge The other three events were memorable successes and the Masons will exert every effort to make the one this year exceed them in point of attractions and attendance- As the affair is over a month away nothing definite has been decided in regard to the attractions andprogram FAIR TO BE SUCCESS A prominent business man of Lex ington was at New Seelbach last night and was discussing the prospects of the Kentucky State Fair to bt held this fall inthe Bluegrass capital ty the Kentucky Breeders Association Lexington is taking hold of tin project in a most enthusiastic manner and all indications are that we shall ha ve a great fair There is no reason on earth why we should not Lexington is in the heart of the finest section agriculturally of tho State and can draw from a country famous in song and story as tho garden spot of the world The situation is an ideal one and with the magnificent track at our disposal which I consider the bust by nil olds in the South there is no reason why this years fair should not surpass the wildest dreams of its promoters Mondays Louisville Herald EXPECTS TO REACH POLE North Sydney C Bt July 23 The Peary Arctic exploration steamer Roosevelt which left Bar Harbor Wed nesday reached here to day with Com mander Peary his Wife and daughter on board After coaling the Roosevelt will leave for the North tomorrow eveningCommander Peary in an interview tonight said that he was greatly pleased wih the initial long run of the Roosevelt He said he had every hope of reaching the pole when he makes his dash over the snow and ice next February He expects to take the ship as = far North as Latitude 83 from which point the distance to the pole will be less than he has already covered on sledge journeys on former occa sions Rev Newsom Improved Capt J H Rowland has received statingthatderwent a surgical operation on ply 15 Is now able to sit up and hopes to boout in a few days and continue his evangelistic WOrK This is welcome news to Rev Nowsoms many friends here SHIPPING TOBACCO McQuady lyjJuly s5Speblal The Equity tobacco warehouse has rev handled about one hundred and thirty five thousand pounds of tobacco here and is now prizing and shipping It to I market peg WANT DOLLAR WHEAT It is understood that the farmers of the counties of Southern Indiana trib utary to New Albany have been invit ed to become members of a combine composed of the entire country the purpose being to delay putting their crops of wheat on the market until tho price of the cereal advances to 1 a bushelThere mast be some foundation for the report from the fact that although the market opened at 87 cents fell aI few cents and since advanced but very little wheat is being offered for sale In the last two weeks many thousands of bushels of wheat of 6e quality have been threshed in the counties near New Albany and but very little of the grain has been deliv ered in that city either by rail river or wagons Mondays Courier Jour nal HAS STOOD filE TEST 25 YEARS The old original GROVES Tasteless Chill Tonic You know what you are taking It Is Iron and quinine in a tasteless form No cure no pay O- cCROPS ARE RUINED Hawesville Ky July 22 Hancock county farmers along the streams of Blackford Lead creek and Caney creek are bewailing crop losses as never be fore They were caused by the terrific down pour of rain on Thursday after noon and all day Friday The rainfall was incessant and heavy and all tho creek bottoms have been drowned out Tobacco and hay have been ruined and corn and wheat greatly damaged Worst Disaster Since Maine A boiler of the United States gunboat Bennlngton at San Diego Cal exploded last Friday and there were 110 casualties fortynine composing the known dead seven those believed hos1pitalsnavy since the explosion of the Manic in 1898 PATEGOATLEYM- attiugly KyJuly 25 Special Miss Ruth Goatley was married to Michael Pate Sunday at the home of the brides parents Rev Geo Kirlmnls officiating The groom is the youngest son of Mr and Mrs Lew fate and is it prosperous young farmer The bride isI time eldest daughter of Mr and Mr Thos Goatley and is a bright and attractive young lady GOES TO IRVINGTON Irvington Ky Julv 25Sprcial Mr and Mrs Nick N tlltrtul1 of Stephenspott will move btre in the near future Nr Netheitoti wit lake charge of the Hemlerxoi IRoute rail road office here Chit Redman former ngent now has a position in a railroad office at Ness Albany hid c HARDINSBURG Si Pate of West Point is in town Arthur Btard and Morris Kincheloe spent Sunday at Glendeane Mr and Mrs John T Hoben visited relatives at Clovorport last week Mrs Percy M Beard and children are visiting friends at Tell City Ind Col fc L Robertson oCGlendeane spent Sunday here the guest of friends Miss Lytie Ford returned home last week from a visit to relatives at Glas gowT J Moore was the guest of friends at Bewleyvillo Saturday and SundayThe Everett English of Steph ensport preached at the Baptist church here Sunday Mrs Nannie Williams of Mt Ver non Ind is tho guest of Mrs Lucre tia Heusloy Hirau Phelps of Louisville is visiting his grandparents Mr and Mrs J H Lounin W S Ball Henry DeH Moorman and W F Book attended the farmers picnic at Bewleyville Saturday ==Horace Scott wno has been travel ing for tho Standard Oil Co in Illinois j is homo for a few weeks Barrel Beard of Owensboro was here the first of the weex visiting Mr and Mrs Taylor Beard and other rela tivesOliver Shellman and A V Whit worth of Union Star worn the guests of Mr and Mrs Uns D Shellman MondayDrs A M and J E Kincheloe performed a very delicate operation on Mrs Marion Blair who lives near here last Thursday At this writing she is reported to be doing nicely More Snakes Than Ever Before Julo Jackoil of Tarfork eays there are moth stair s of all kinds in his pact of the uoiiuty this summer than no has ever known before and attributes the increase to the unusually wet weather He und two sons have killed four ia tlll4l1akt on his farm thin month Three of them had three ttVo milt eight rattles respectively Thej werH ihi first rattlesnakes everv i killedtm his farm MRSJLMCCUBBINS DEAD StepbensportKy July 25Special- Time funeiKl services of Mrs JL Mo Cublin who died at Union Star were couducttd there Sunday by Rev Gibbon She was eightysix years of Hgeaud the Ulotherof Geo McCubbins of this place OASTOaJA3ars the the Kind You Have Always Bought yi lure f n New r 3 tl i SchoolBooks I po r I AT State Contract Prices ON SALE AT l Jno D Babbages 1 I i CASH ONLY f SCHOOL SUPPLIES j rr v 1 1 1 I I The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY July 20 1005 CROPS AND PRICES NEWS FOR FARMERS UpToDato Farming Chance For Dollar Wheat The eyes of the world havo becu turned toward America and Us wheat crop The supply of flour and wheat is tho lowest in all countries ever known Mills have been closed down waiting for tho now crop The tension is very high and any holding back of supplies by farmers will quickly be followed by tho payment of their priceFarmers now is your opportunity Thoro is not tho bumper crop that tho government millers and speculators have been tolling you about Every bushel of your wheat will bring you 100 a bushel on basis of Chicago St Louis and Minneapolis markets if you really want it You will get It if you refuse to sell for less Pi ices For Tobacco Advance In the western part of Kentucky where dark export tobacco is grown the farmers lire still holding the 1004 crop Much of it remains in the barns whero it was cured More of it is safely stored in the farmers ware houses where it will stay until the stocks in the buyers hands are exhausted or the price meets their de mand Arrancrementa are being made to hold the crop now growing in the same manner and the more that is withheld the sooner the price will ad vance Nearly all the tobacco grown by unorganized farmers has been marketed and prices maintain a much higher average than a year ago Tho buyers stubbornly protest against raising the prices more but there is nothing eles for them to doStocKS are rapidly diminishing and the tobacco is wanted Trust Starts False Report There will be a great reduction from the 1003 crop and I do not think the acreage will be giver 75 per cent of the 1004 crop Secretary Wilsons report of a 20 per cent increase to the contrary notwithstanding The report to an increase is not true and had its origin in the camp of the trusts To bacco is increasing in price steadily here and if there was a pronounced increase in acreage this would no- tbeHon D T Hamill Kentudky Mr Hamill who is a member of the Tennessee legislature and also a larmer who has been one of the lead ers in the farmers organization hat an excellent opportunity to observe crop conditions in the dark tobacco L districts of Kentucky and Tennessee We pace great confidence in his opin- Ions TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY iaku LAXATIVE ItltOMO QUININE Tub Iou All druggists rotund the money If It falls to euro t W Groves Mjroature Is on oacli lox fir Letter From Mrs Huckeby Cleveland Flu July 17 1005 Mr J D Babbage Cloverport Ky Dear Sir Enclosed fled T100 toIi renew my subscription to the The home paper is read with the same j degree of interest as when I first left Cloverport although more than a score of years have elapsed I Tne colt last winter did consider able damage to tho pinery Orange j and grape fruit trees are looking will but the buyers say the fruit crop will be smaller than last ytar One grove in this county sold last weeK for f02 000 It was perhaps the largest grove in the State My sonhas just returned from Pan ama He says ne completed his part of the Isthmian Canal in less tnan tour months Numerous diseases are predominant und develop with alarm ing rapidity and one glimpse at Monkey Hill is appalling Mav the News continue in the path of success Respectfully Mrs W L Hunkeby Giant Grapevine in lIardin Elizabethtown Ky July 10Har- Un county has perhaps the most won dorful grapevine in Kentucky It is of the Ive Seedling variety and grows on the promises or Mr Jonn Irwin who lives a few miles from I town The vine is about twentyhve years old measures 225 feet in length and its main trunk is more than a foot in diameter with profuse branches that cover a large twostory meathunse Mr Irwin gathered 600 pounds of grapei from this huge vine last year and it is estimated that its r M yield this season will be not less than 1000 pounds Births I Mr and Mrs Babe Esarey Tobins port girl Mr and Mrs Zack Hardin Holt girlMr and Mrs Sam Hall Clover port girl Send in your Subscription nowI y r + w1t Immense Spot on Sun Boston Mass July 2UTwo sun spots are now exciting considerable interest among the Harvard astrono mers on account of their size They are close together somewhat above the center and on the right side They are estimated to be 100000 miles in diameter twelve times as big as the earth When they tirst appeared on Friday they were not easily viiibb but now they can be plainly seen through smoked glass or even with the naked eye when the sun is low Whether tho hot weather is caused or affected by them is not Known Each spot consists of an umbra or dark center surrounded by an outer fringe of lighter penumbra The shape of the whole is inegularly oval These spots are supposed to bo collections of condensed gas containing solid matter but scientists are not agreedand some of the astronomers think that the spots are depressions in the surface of the sun or bodies moving from the earth to the sun The spots on the sun at present are among tho largest which have appeared in recent years al though they cannot compare with those which appeared in 1803 Indigestion Cured There is no case of Indigestion Dyspep ala or Stomacn Trouble that will not yield to the digestive and strengthening influence of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure This remedy takes the strain off tho stomach by digesting what you eat and allowing it to rest until it grows strong again Kodol Dyspepsia flare affords quick and permanent reliff from Indigestion and all stomach troubles builds up the system and so purifies that disease can not attack and gain a foothold as when in a weakened condition The constantly increasing use of Koaol Dyspepsia Cure by phy sicians of hospital and general practice of itself tells how this most wonderful modern discovery has proven to be the greatest digestant for the alleviation of a suffering humanityIts many cures of both children and adults grows larg er day by day Sold by All Druggists Signs of the Times British war office investigating big steal in South Africa war materials Russian accusations of graft in army supplies in Manchuria Leak in crop reports proved iin WashingtonEquitable graft revelations gaining strength every day Kansas treasury empty and treasurer cannot give new bond ArKansas legislators indicted for briberyUnited States senator a convict in Oregon for land frauds Labor leaders and merchant princes suspected of collusion in strike promo tion in Chicago Rebellious sheriff holding out for law violation at St Louis Governor Hanlj finds derelict police officers in Indiana towns Ohio penitentiary well filled with bankers who went wrong Society editor in New York accused of blackmailing sirart set e- j KIDNEY TROUBLES Increasing Among Women But Sufferers Need Not Despair THE BEST ADVICE IS FREE- Of all the diseases known with which kidneydiseaseshow that this disease is on the increase among women tjMrj m m a Savyer1 Unless early and correct treatment la applied the patient seldom survives uponherCompound is the most efficient treatment for kidney troubles of women and is the only medicine especially purposeWhen with pain or weight in loins backache frequent painful or scalding urination swelling of limbs or feet swelling under the eyes an uneasy tired feeling in the region of the kidneys or notices a brick dust sediment in the urine she should lose no time in commencing treatment VegetnbleCompound saving her life For proof road what Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound did for Mrs Sawyer U I cannot express the terrible suffering I had to endure A derangoinent of the female organs developed nervous prostration and a serious kidney trouble The doctor attended me for a but I kept getting worse until I was unableto do anything and I made up my mind I could not live I finally decide- to try Lydia E Pinkhams vegetable Com pound as a last resort and I am today awell woman I cannot praise ittoo highly and I toll every suffering woman about my caso Mrs Emma Sawyer Conyers Oa Mrs Pinkham gives free advice to Lynnw T 4 Epworlh League Social Ttio social given by tho members of the Epworth Lnagno at the home of Mr and Mrs A U Sstllniin on Tues day evening of last weeK was a de lightful affair Among the features Ai joyed by tu o members ot the League who wero present were ames on the wide lawn and vocal and instrumental music furnished by Messrs Ira Behen and Lawrence Murray members of the League and Messrs Geo Youn ger and Proctor Keith members of the Baptist Young Peoples Union Their singing especially was appreci ated und was roundly applauded These young men whose voices are among tbe best in town havo been singing together this summer and bid fair after more practice to wane an excel lent male quartet and perhaps as good as Cloverport over had 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 Dr Kings New Life Pills They are a most wonderful remedy affording sure relief and cure for headache dizziness and constipation 25o at Short Haynes drug sore Ninety Cent Wheat in Meade Several crops of wheat have been sold to H C Woodson in the las few days Ho has purchased severa crops at 87c The Irvington Milling Co has purchased all the wheat iinI the bottom above town at OOc a bushel The heavy rains of the past few weeksI have had the effect of ate lily ad vancing the price on the grain It fis thought the price will reach one dol lar within a few days The reports continuo to bring the news of great loss on the part of the farmers who were so nnfortunat as not to bo able to thrash wheat before the rams set in There is no possible way of mak ing an estimate on the amount ot the loss sustained by the farmers on ao count ot the rains during the past two weeks Meado County Messenger Three Good and Just Reasons There ore three reasons why mothers prefer One Minute Cough Cure j First It is absolutely harmless Second It tastes goodchIldren love it j Third It gores Coughs Croup and Wnooping Cough when other remedies fail Sold by All Druggists At Work Though Suffering Central Methodist Dear Central After months of sat I fering even though he continued in his revival work the Rev J T Newsom bad to submit to a surgical operation last Saturday morning July 15 The operation promises to be sun oesstul And ho hopes to ho out again soon tilling his engagements with the brethern Pray for him that he may soon be restored to his health Mrs J T Newsom Woodbnrn KyJnly 17 1005 Stevens on Panama Canal Whatever human keings cijn do for the building of tho Panama canal1 shall bo done To the best of mj light I shall attack the tasK and stick to if For Itoe rest God knows John F Stevens chief engineer of tho Panama canal ia quoted as saying When I leave the United States Thursday continued Mr Stevend 11 expect it to be for a long longtime I have taken this position with the canal commission fully realizing tne magnitude ot the task tafore me It is a big job bqt I expect to pull it through There will be no failure tnrougb liok of determi nation any way When I get to the isthmus I will1 start right in There wont be any time wasted in preliminaries There in little that 1 can say about the planb for pushing the work on the canal I have not formulated them except that I have always in mind to keep things goingI expect to make Pan msa my home until the canal is complet ed That Is the scene of operations and that is where I ehall be Persistence of Darker Races From tine National Review Thirty years ago it was common enough to meet persons not unedu caterS who talKed as though the darks races were dying out before the gin igunpowder and disease disseminated by Europeans Almost everyone knows better now j knows that the Chinese the Hindu the Arab the negro tbe chief colored races In fact increase and multiply wherever the white man restrains war lamine and pestilence Even the American Indian between Texas and the Gran Chaco is injjno hurry to be improved off the face qf tbe New World The education of equipmentbyning Yet the last decade has witness EuropeanPowersone talneors the other by tawny islanders A CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Bignatluo j tfET T of utttZUkt 1- ry J ir I KyIiView facing Louisville Training School BRCchmont Schoolboys and Soldiers Youths Companion The strong pohoolboy friendship betweentthroughl out their lives Grant was of the class after Longstrtet but somehow their silent serious natures wire in spontaneous accord and says Helen D Longstreet in Lee and Longfitrebt at High Tide they become fast friends from their tirst meeting That one was from the West and one from the South made no difference just as later it made no difference in their feeling of personal affection that one led the army of the Union and the other was Confederate general General Longstreet often spoko ot the details of the capitulation at Ap poiuattox He said that when he went into tne conferenceroom in the Mc Lean residence as one of the Confed irate commissioners he was compelled to pass through the room oc cupied by General Grant as nis headquarters He felt curious to know how lien eral Grant would receive him He had loved Grant as one of his closest boyhood friends but times were much changed Grant was victor he was vanquished He was therefore prepared to observe the rich demean or of those between whom ceremony only forces recognition But as soon aa he entered the room Grant rose ap proached him with a greater show ot demonstration than ever in the older lays and sapped him on the shoulder exclaiming Well Old Pete cant we get back to the good old nays by playing a game of bragf At West Point tbe nickname among the boys for General Longstreet was Old Pete The important part of that meeting the splendid bearing of the conquered Confederates the moJpst demeanor of the anion victors and above all the noble generosity of Grant in refusing to accept the sword of Lee and in giving the fairest terms possible undir the existing circumstances these are known to all who have read United States history Saved His Comrades Life While returning from the Grand Army Encampment at Washington City a comrade from Elgin Ill was taken with cholera morbns and was in a critical condition says Mr J E Houghland of Eldon Iowa I gave htm Chamberlains Colio Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and believe it saved his life I have been engaged for ton years in immigration work and conducted many parties to the south and west I always cany this remedy and have used it successfully on many occasions Sold by Short HaynesISunday School Progress The American Sunday School Union has issued its elghtytirst annual report The report shows that the union has established 3488 schools in the last year enrolling 05800 pupils and teachers It has distributed a large number of Bibles and Testlments to the destitute Tho missionaries of tbe union visited in the year 20000 differ ent families Besides this the report shows that 14500 other Sunday schools hrvo been aided in vnrlonn ways Tobacco Selling Well From various places come reports of sales of tobacco at or above the mini mum prices It is significant to note that the best prices are obtained where the best organization exists Prices of 110011200 1UGO and even eI3 CO come from the dark tonaaco dis tricts of Kentucky and Tennessee These same grades sold last year at 450 to 500 per cwt UpToDato FarmingII Our Mattingly correspondent says John Jennings with a force of men and the road grader has been grading the road from Olovorpoft to this place The road is now in splendid condition i f- i Consumptive Demand Increases UpTo Date Farming All lines of tobacco production are now in excess of the same period of 19031004 ant the tiscae year will undoubtedly close with a tine show ing The increase in all lines are as follows Tobacoosmoking and chew ing 11 per cent j cigars 2 per cent j small cigars 21 per cent j cigarettes 5 per cent snuff 1 per cent Western Tobacco Journal The above paragraph refers only to manufactured goods There are two facts that we snould at all times keep in view First the production in 1004 was Mow the average and it is altogether improbable that the total amount produced in 1005 will exceed that of 1104 Second consumption has increased considerably in 10n4 and there is uo reason why it should not continue to do so It is demon strated therefore that the demand has increased and that the supply has not The only thing that can prevent the price from advancing wilt be dumping tbe 1U05 crop by the tobacco growers Do not do it formers It is worse than tolly for it injures your neighbor as well as yourself The Diamond Cure The atest miwa from Paris is that they have discovered a diamond cure for consumptionlt you fear consump tion or pneumonia it will however be best for you to take that great remedy mentioned bv W T McGee of Vanleer TenuII had a cough for fourteen years Nothing helped me until I took Dr Kings New Discov ery for Consumption Coughs and Colds which gave instant relief and effected a permanent cure Unequalled quick cure for Throat and Lung Troubles At Short Haynes drug store price COo and 100 guaranteed Trial bottle free Waiting For the Sunny South The amusement loving people of Clovurport are looking forward to the coming of the Sunny South Swal low Us Markles fine new floating pal ace which IS scheduled to show here sometime in August So far as known it will be the last show boat of the season and it is advertised and reputed to be the best Swallow Markles first floating palace cre ated such a favoranle impression here that the coming ot their second boat is looked forward to with pleasure and the belief that it will eqnal and perhaps exceed the first boat Not as Severe as June The heat was very excessive here several days last week the mercury spending most of its time above the UO mark Tne suffering was not so great however as it was about the middle ot Juno when there was a memorable hot Saturday and Sunday the latter being the most oppressive day Known in years The greater humidity daring the warmest part of Juno made the suffering more intense than it was last week The rains dur ing the latter part of the week brought relief The heated spell previous to the ram last week made excellent crop grow ing weather Subscribe for the NEWS THE 20T I Q + J QUARTERLY REPORT r Two States Bank At the close of business on the 30th day ot June iDO- iRESOURCES Loans and discounts t 47396 71 Overdrafts secured Overdrafts unsecured Duo from NationalHanks 8 3450 20 Duo from State Hunks and Bankers 2600 00 Due from Trust Companies f OOM Bunking House and lot Other Heal Estate Mortgages U S Bonds Other Stocks and Bonds 1R5500burr00ExchangeOther Items carried as Gush 155112FundCurrent Expenses Last Quarter Current Expenses Last six months 569 18 Give description loca tion value and how lung owned all real estate except banking house and lot If any owned longer than live years t 69900 21 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid In In 00Surplus 38Duelows vi- zDeposits subject to check on which Int Is 67Depositscheck on which Int Is paid Demand certificates of kitisTime certificates of de posits on which Int Is 67Savings t which ant Is painl+ Certified Checks BanksDue and Hankers CompaniesCashiers standing Bills rediscounted 4 Unpaid dividends unpaidCapital SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of Indebtedness of any stockholder person company or firm Inciu lnl In the 11 blllty of the company or firm tine lIaolllty of the Individual t Indirectlyceeds 20 per cent of capital stock actually paid In and actual NcHowabove Item 1 secured StatutesHighestany director or officer It amount of such Indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paid up capital stock NoneSeeStatutesHowDoes amount of Indebtedness of any person company or firm In thecompanytho Individual members thereof exceed 30 per cent of paid up NIfedness 00Wereeretrombetorewas not less than 10 per cent of net profits of the bank for tbeperiod covered by the dividends carrIed to the surplus fund b9tore said dividend was delarod Yes See Sec 598 Kentucky Statutes 161750021 STATE or KENTUCKY l leSCounty of Breckenridge f StatesBank IntheinsaldcouMybeing reportISconditionbustnessot his knowledge and belief and further says ytransacted madeInfrom toe Secretary of State designating the sucpreportSubscribed JohnSW F HOOK Courtfly IRI DirectorsRSMITHJOHN S ADAIR Cashiern I w THE 20S CENTURY HAIR TONIC oVKK faahairI ref Itisrestore gray hair to original color softness and youth ful beauty It contains neither oil nor grease sad will not gum the hair Frees the head from and pro vents dandruff Makes the hair grow profusely even on bald heads Cures any disease of the scalp It la perfectly harmless in every way It is an elegant dressing for the hair SOC and 100 bottles at druggists or large size prepaid by express on receipt of 9100 Take no substitute It is the BEST your money can buy CENTURY CHEMICAL CO BROWNSVILLE TENN I tJ v A q J 1 a i 1 nwMM 1y The Breckenridge Nevs1 t WEDNESDAY July 20 100r t Bootlegger in lard Luck Owrensboro Messenger William Miller n citizen of the hill I region of Grayson county and said tl be a bootlegger is having morc trouble than even hootltggers are down In the catalogue for Miller was arrested tome time ago by Depul Marshal Nichol on tlio charge of sdlillg whisky without license He was trie1l before Commissioner Lindsey and htlll over to the grand jury his bond being fixed at 250 This he satisfied with his cousin Edward Milleras sutetyau he went back to his home with assurance that he would enjoy a reasonable degree of quiet until time for the gran jury to meet- Yeaterday however Deputy MarsVa Nichol nabbed him again and took him before the commissioner He was informed that his cousin hAd turned him over saying that he had no longer felt justified In standing sponsor for Will Urns appearance before the court when t It meets in November William was II- f In l more deplorable condition than when frst arrected but he announced his in tftition of making a shift of some Una and at once started out in charge of the deputy marshal to find anothe bondsman Before night he had fount what he was looking for A new bone was filled out and signed by Pat Ven son and Miller returned to his Graysot county home I When yon want a pleasant InxfUtvf that is easy to take and certain to act use Chamberlains Stomach and Live tablets For sale by Short Haynes New Brandenburg Bank J H Trent Jr informed us Satur day that the stock had all been subscribed and plot purchased upon which to eret a new building in which a new bank will be opened for business bj August 1 Mr Trent will be the president and J R Willelt has beet selected as the cashier The stock holders are principally Meade count farmers with a few shares held by Louisville capitalists The bank will start with a capital of 15000 which will be increased as the business de mandsMeade County Messenger r1I CURE FOR IIAY FEVER Vi ort 6 Haynes Say Hyomei Wit lye ReliefSold Under Guarantee t a 1 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 feyes and other annoying symptoms 6f thiH disagreeable summer disease Short Baynes wish ne to an nonnoe that when Hyomei is used as- a preventive or a care there will be no hay fever Trey advise dally treat ment with Hyomei for two or three weeks before the usual time for the annual appearance of hay tever If this Is donA the Attack will be pre vented However if the preventive treatment Is not started soon enough alld the disease makes Its appearance use Hyomei six or seven times daily and reltef will be given at once There is no stomach dosing when Hyomei Is used Breathed throngb 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 mnooas metubnne The Complete Hyomei outfit costs but 1 extra bottles 50 cents It is the only treatment for hay fever sold te tort Haynes under a guarantee- o I refund the money if it does not give satisfaction To Reorganize Crop Bureau Washington July 10 Assistant Sec retary of Agriculture Willet N HaysI hjtaken hold of the affairs of the Bureau of Statistics with instructionsI t from Secretary Wilson approved by President Roosevelt to cleanse the bureau of the stigma left by the cotton leak scaqdal His authority is un limited He has been told that be may have whatever clerical force be needs and if there are any employes whose service he thinks should be dispensed with they will be discharged It isi regarded as extremely likely there will be a complete reorganization the force in the statistical department 11employert a thorough revision ot the the nuuthly crop re ports the ratter having already been outlined in a circular issued by Secre ltnryWilson In that regard Secretary Wilson saidl today that hereafter if there are accusations against the integrity of the bureauI if must be diiected against himself or Assistant Secretary Hays as he has no intention of allowing any other person access information that might be used In stock jobbing 1 J PateRose Bonnie Pate of nearCloverport and fireI po e Rose of Tell City were 1 dried at the Hale House Friday by T Sniith Hancdck Clarion t 1 i i c r L l- Y 1kN HT WEST END YOUNGSTERS SHOW THEIR TALENT BY RENDERING MINOR OPERA Cast of Characters Martha Frances Reid prima donna Mar Owen Oelze tpecint vocalist Emily Lois Reid Beauty poser 1 lulls Hill special vocalist Billy 1ead4 speechmaker Uhtton Fort speech maker Olaudi Pate stage manager It is evident that stage fever lIs spreading out even Into the youngest blood of Cloverport from the thea trical performance given in the im provised amphitheatre in Mrs L T Reids yard last Saturday night When the high school girls produced theirplay people little thought tout their love for the footlights would be transplanted into the hearts of their younger sisters But the fire spread and a full tledged minor opera had been gotten np and rendered by the little folks of the East End before the praise for Sweet Lavender had coaled down A spark flew from the East Endto the West End and last Satur da y nights performance was the cul mination of all the amateur exhibi tionThe stage for last Saturday nights opera was formerly a piano bOX Ori ental sci nery pot Howere palm leaves and footlights made of lamps trans tormed the rude piano box intv an ideal stage The background was hung with oriental scenery from Jerusalem The sides were invisible and needed no adornments The stage front was draped on both sides with expensive curtains Tho floor was cov t nit with wrapping paper that canto around the piano Two lumps resting on the grc und served as footlights B twtwn them were the flowers and palm leave Part of the audience was seated with chair gathered from the neighbors and placed in front of the stage in a semi circle The other part of the audience were permitted to stand or be seated upon the ground in a comfortable place without extra charge over the admission fee The actresses costumes were made of crimson crepe paper A crimson ribbon was tied about each ones amine and a white bow on their heads White stockings and black pnoes were worn The admission was one cent gross proceeds fiftysix cents Profit could not bA computed All the cast did their parts splen didly witn the exception of Clifton Fort who wns to make tho welcome address but could not appear on ac I count of sickness About thirty folks were present all of them enjoying the performance The company was treated to refreshments after the performance by Messrs Harry Hills and H A Oelze Work Begins in Two Months- A special dispatch to a Louisville paper from Madison ville says in part It is now almost assured that this Bsction will bo the scone ot much railway building for tim next year or so Two roads are assured while two more great systems are expected to buildAll the right of way from this city to Cloverport Ky has been secured for the building of the line which is to pass through some of the richest coal lands in this section of the state and which will shorten the route from this city to Louisville about forty miles It is said work will commence on tho construction of this road in two months To accommodate those who are partial to the tise of atomizers in apply tug liquids into the nasal passages for catarrnai troubles the proprietors prepare Elys Liquid Cream Balm Price including the spraying tube is 75 cents Druggists or by mail The liquid embodies tho medicinal properties ot the solid preparation Cream Balm is qUIcKly absorbed by the mem brane and dots not dry up the secre tions but changes them to a natural and healthy character Ely Brothers Warren St N Y Equity Houses Ship Tobacco The Tell City carried to Louisville yesterday seventyfive hogsheads of tobacco It belonged to the Equity warehouses and witn this shipment there has been over 800 hogsheads shipped by tnem Thursdays Owens born Messenger PUBLIC SALE Wednesday Aug 9 05 1 will offer all the personal property belonging to the estate of the late Chas Tinius at the well known Chas Tinius homestead also known asM the Mt Joseph Vineyard and Orchard Facm situated four miles east of Cloverport and one mile from the Ohio river viz Horses Mules Cattle Sheep best bred Ewes in the county Cider and Vinegar Machinery of all kinds One Hydraulic Cider Press and power com bined brannew several barrels of Vinegar Bees and Bee Hives of all kinds One Honey Extractor Farming Implements of all kinds Household and Kitchen Furniture Terms Made Known Day of Sale mu nn Mrs i Chas Tinius 1DW HENRY Auctioneer ePil lst Il riI l j- S iw L t I j t 1 1 v1 1 tJ t I tJt Ayer Pills Want your moustache or beard a beautiful brown orrich black Use pills they are cure to or can P H n i POLKA DOT CANS t fG Important Memorandum p4W A 7IX1 II irJM o It ml 1MMMIY6n aaXJwl nn Nu lit al pp M Ir LAM t 00 aopu Iw aw Tf fmpu ar t da Uwiu- When r ritn oo we sell you paint you buy the linseed oil separately We know from our eipenence ihit pnn without fresh linseed oil is not going to lau very long Of course it may look well m the beginning but inthe end whu Were here in business to lIy and when we recommend Kinloch Pant we certainly milt be positive of in staling qualities too We cm give you tome real information on painting When you are ready to come and see ut = tHOUSE PAINT We wUUupply ypu at the time lime with JrcshoUft linseed oiL I R S Ky KINt of as a sort of between you and the It is the break in the journey where you may unspan so to speak pull off your coat climb the mountains whip i trout streams or if preferable do a little plain loafing When two so great attractions one artificial the other naturall 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 FROM HERE TO THERE Meteor through to Fort Worth leaves St Louis 230 Texas Limited through to Dallas Houston Galveston and San Antonia Louis 821 daily Observation Cars Fred Harvey Meals For write General Agent System Louis Mo 4 Low Rates ANNOUNCED VIA Extremely low rates are announced via the Southern Railway from Louis vijle for the following special occasions 2925 Denver Colorado Springs and Pueblo Col and return August 11 12 anti 13 account Fraternal Order of EaRles- S 2300 Denver Colorado Springs anl Pueblo Col and return August 20 to Sept insclusive account National Encampment Grand Army 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 ver sary Battle of Chickamauga 6150 Portland Ore and return daily up to and including Sept 30 ac count L wisand Clark C ntennial Exposition- S 72 50 Portland Ore and return going or rtturning via San Francisco and Los Angeles frequent dates during July August and Sept Lewis and Clark Centen nial Exposition- S 6650 San Francisco or Los Angeles Cal and August 0i to 14 inclusive 72 50 San Francisco Los Angeles or San Diego Cal and return fre quent dates during July August and September Chap Homeseekers tickets round trip to Kansas Nebraska Indian Ter ritory Oklahoma Texas North Carolina South Carolina Georgia Florida and many other points July 4 and 18j Aug 1 and 13 Sept sand 19 Corre spondingly low rates front other Southern Railway Stations For additional information folders schedules etc address A COOK C P T A 234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky C II HUNGER FORD 234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky G R ALLEN A G P A St Louis Mo W II TAYLOE G P A Washington D C On G Fer Cetifllii Cud ami Ormp rlM a 1a Vegetable liver That is what They constipation biliousness sickheadache SS2 BUCKINGHAMS DYE 111nrrr en CKCQGUT UAUI COIUSBDA ONE 4LLONOPC4Cf lnlot PURE Rsaw House vaN LINSEEDOI- LMAffESTHEIl STPT r buy ab- outUnlock BANDY Irvington nSiAorurconpANT pI CONSIDER COLORADO halfwnyhovjse PORTLAND FAIR thei Extremely SOUTHERN RAILWAY iiliGur requestIIFull Information on GEOII LEE II IMcGUIRE AII Little Rook Ark ClOOIoJ TWINThe p m daily TRAINSThe TOleavesSt p m TEXAS further information Passenger Frisco St S 2 S account S R Mlnut G P A D P LOW SETTLERS RATES TO POINTS IN THE WEST AND SOUTHWEST Via Cotton Belt Route On first and third Tuesdays of each month round trip tickets will be sold to points in South east Missouri Arkansas Louisi ana and Texas at rate of one fare plus 2 Stopovers allowed ion the going trip 21 days in which to return Cotton Belt Route trains leave St Louis morning and evening making connection with all lines and carry sleepers chair cars and parlor cafe cars Write in for literature describ ing the chcay lands along the Cot ton Belt Route for maps time table and information about rates etc LOSCHAEFERTPAC- otton i ItRoute Cincinnati O TELEPHONES AND SWITCHBOARDSALSO Large Stock of Elec trio Light Street Railway and Tele phone Supplies Constantly I on hand I SEND FOR CATALOGUE JAS CLARK Jr St CO 313 W Main St LOUISVILLE KY J- f 1 1 rr- S I Q I I 1 r I l l tttJ i 0v t r 1rc i 11 Y k I C THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D and V G BABBAGE Editors and Proprietors Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year or 125 if paid at the end of year 1 CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per lino OBITUARIEScharged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money in advanceiExamine the label on your paper it it is not correct please notify us When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as the now addr- essEIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY JULY 261905 ENDORSES THE TICKET Crab Orchard Ky July 25SpecialI congratulate the Republicans of Breckenridge county on their work done at Hardins burg Monday They have named a good clean sober ticket made up of men who will give every man a square deal whether he be Republican Democrat or Independent I shall support it myself and urge all independent voters to support it BABBAGEia The corn crop is coming in for its share compliments these days Country preachers says the Owensboro Enquirer are like the devil they take no vacation Wo are against the man in this campaign who uses tho jug the bottle or money to corrupt the voter be ho Democrat or Republican The Republicans of this county have nominated goodclean ticket and there is no good reason why all good Republicans should not support it Indiana has 20000000 acres in farm lands of which nearly seventy per cent is under a high state of cultivation and less than two per cent is waste land How does this compare with Ken tucky Editor Babbage has gone to the annual press meet which is in session at Crab Orchard Springs Ky After twentynine years of hard honest endeavor to publish a country weekly that in a fair way approaches his ideal he finds time to indulge in a few days of rest At sixty summers old we find him still loyal to the town and county ho loves Whether or not his actions have been always in accordance with tho ideas of those about him a true conscience has always been his guide Some years ago he was ollered a field in a sister state where more money could be made but he refused and remained with the people of Cloverport and Brcckenridge county In every instance in every crisis of this people the News has stood for the right Its support has been given to every right movement and to every right enterprise that has been launched And if after twentynine years of this brave ceaseless effort Breckcnridgo county people give Mr Babbage credit for wlmt ho has done wo are sure that he will bo contont I EDITOR PRO TEM MATTINGLY Mrs George Newman and little son marry are sick Born July 21 to the wife of Lonny Keenan a daughter R C Lasley has commenced his school at Bardins schoolhouse Mrs V Pate visited friends and relatives at Tobiusport last week Miss Mayme Seaton commenced her school at this place Monday July 17 Chester Bivins ice cream supper last Saturday night was largely attend ed yam Lasleys ico cream supper was a success financially The best of order prevailedMrs L Hawkins of Uloverport came out last week to visit her par cuts Mr and Mrs U D Hambletou Misses Alma Perkins and Maymo Hawkins of Cloverport spent lust wetk here visiting friends and rela tives Frank told Will Davis of West View visited their sister and family Mrs Sam Lasloy last Saturday and SundayMrs Tllithia Keenan and daughter Miss Maggie of Tarfork visited her sister Mrs Sarah Frank last Satur day and Sunday Mrs James Mattingly and daugh ters Huth and Sibil of Marshall Texas are visiting her sister Mrs T N Brickey and other relatives hereMiss Eveline Bivin and brother Epton Bivin of Henderson accompa nied by their cousin Miss Lame Biv in who have been visiting their grand parents Mr and Mrs Samuel Taul have returned homo What are Humors They arc vitiated or morbid fluids cours- Ing the veins and affecting the tissues They are commonly due to defective digestion but aro sometimes Inherited How do they manifest themselves- In many forms of cutaneous eruption salt rheum or eczema pimples and bole and In weakness languor general debility How are they expelled By Hoods Sarsaparilla which also builds up the system that has suffered from them It Is the best medicine for all humors r a b GARFIELD Little Charlie LeGrnnd is verjMow with flux Miss Nannie Board is visiting at1 Irvington this week John Dent of Louisville is visiting Henry Head and family Rev James Cnndiff preached at Earned Saturday and Sunday Air and Mrs I B Richardson vis ited at Philip Hnidefs Sunday Dr fcJ 0 Harned and family visit ed his sister Mrs Odie Penick Sun dayMiss Katie Stith of Hardinsburg is is guest at the Penick home this weekMrs J A Witt of Hardinsburg was visiting her sister Mrs Hiram Carleton last week Misses Katie Mattingly and Glen Johnson visited at Sugar tree grove Saturday and bunday Grandma McCubbins died at the home of her son John McCubbins July 22 and was buried at Union Star July 23- Rev J T Lewis filled Rev Eng lishs appointment at the Baptist church the third Saturday and Sunday and administered the ordinance of baptism to ten at Lost Run in the arternoon nCQUADY Lon Taul of Tarfork was here on business last week Mrs Barney Dejeruette has been quite sick the past week Uncle Will Ball is quite low with diseases incident to old age Mr and Mrs Will Brickey spout last week with relatives near Clover portMr and Mrs Will Jolly of Kirk visited Mr and Mrs William Jolly Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Frank Harden were tho guests of their son Henry last Saturday and Sunday Mrs Mary Lynch and Miss Kate McCabB are visiting their parents in Grayson county this week tL 1 =Miss Lula Sandbach of Friedaland Ky is the gnest of her brother Dr J A Ian bach this week It CATARRH I REMEDYle GIV- ESatlsfaotlon Elys Cream Balm G1s Relief al Once It cleanses soothes and heals ftft d disb FEVERAttVJIIn the thud quickly It Is absorbed Heals and Protects the Membrane Restores the Senses of Taste and Smell Gull size 50c at druggists or by mall Trial Size lOCo by mall ELY BROTHERS fifl Warren Street N- YANNOUNCEMENTS FOR JAILER WE are authorized to announce W JllallKockvale for the office of Jailer of Brcckenrldgo county subject to the action of the Republican party Mr and Mrs Bernard DeJernette were the guests of Mr and Mrs Will DeHaven near Hardinsbnrghist week BEWLEYVILLE Mrs Roy Payne has been quite ill for some time Jitnmie Alright is spending a fortnight with his parents- J M Harclaway who has been away quite a while is at home Murray Blanford who graduated at Bowling Green is at home Paul Hardaway has gone to Jefferson county to work during the summer Miss Ploreuce Cain is spending a two weeks vacation with her parents BUY 18000 The Star Roller Plo Mills have bought about 18000 bushels of new wheat about the average price they have been pay inK I N 4t i Condensed Statement of Condition of f Bank of HardirvsburgHardin- sburg j I Ky I At the Close Business June 30 1905 JJi v I C RESOURCES Notes and Bills 20275441 Overdrafts 122593 Cash in Safe and other Banks 5067500 Stocks and Bonds366522Ban- king House and Lot1SOO00 Other Real Estate 58679 Furniture andFixtures40000Total I j 1 I I ur is f 1 Capital Stockl 2500000 Fund and Profits 2413163 t Y No 29 due July 1 1905 at 4 cent 100000 Total f 1 There is no business too small to use our bank to advantage We are anxious for the small accounts and accounts of ladies and children It is a splendid for the child to have a bank 1 account and form methodical business habits We pay interest on time M H Cashier NNNNNNAN ANOTHERCutRate MagazineSale lOc and 15c Magazines at SoIhJCMcCL- URES ID EV RYBODYSI DELINEATOR G r COLLIERStPEARSONS WOMANS MAGAZINE DESIGNER FRANK LESLIE- SUCCESS MUNSEY eBack Numbers But Worth 5cents J BABBAGE BUSHELS Eightyseven cents of LIABILITIES Surplus Undivided Deposits 21097572 Dividend per 126110735 education deposits Very respectfully BEARD NNN DI Mrs Charlie Pennington and child ren of Louisville are guests of Mrs Rufus Cain Miss Zeltna Strother of Big Spring has returned home after a visit to Mrs C D Hardaway Rev Hynes find wife with several other friends and relatives spent Mon day with Miss Florence Cain Thos J Moore and Miss Nell Moor man came to the picnic and were guests of Mrs Chas Drury Saturday night OVER THE COUNTY J W Dowoll of near Garfield is not expected to live C YoPayne will teach the common school at McQuncly this session Mr Payne holds a state certificate with a very high average and is a proficient teacher Subscribe for the NEWS ft 1 i YOUR BANKING No mailer how small tm No matter how large y1 I BANK OF CLOVE PO T IJE IL fllVE PROMPT M MA CAREFUL AT TENTION TO IT ti CENTRALLY LOCAT ED AND CONSERVAIIJ- m I m TTVELY MANAGED W We Invite Your Patronage I INSURED AGA I tf S T I LOSS Bl FIRE AND- BWWL1RYIiIGIIESTI y f Real OF INTEREST m1 rAID ON TIME DE i POSITSYI I Bank off Cloverport Cloy rporf Ky ill L1A GREEN KY HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES One way second class colonist tickets to South and Southeast first and third Tuesdays each month at reduced rates Homeseekers Excursions to all points C to which homeseekers rates apply One way colonistsrates to California and the Northwest March 1 to May 15 and Sept 15 to Oct 31 1905 Niagara Falls ExcursionsJuly 27 Aug 3 Aug 17 Aug 24 On above dates rate of 1270 forI round trip Cloverport to Niagara Falls ana return eood to return twelve days from date of sale will be made Masonic Celebration Hardlnsburg Augusts 1905 Cloverport to Hardlnsburg and return on Aug 5 100 round trip tickets to be sold on train leaving Cloverport 507 a m good rvturning leaving nardlnsburg 430 p m same J day 1J 1National1 1905 I For this occasion 245 for round trip Cloverport to Louisville and return will bo t made on July 3031 good returning Aug 10eChautauqua Owensboro AUJJ 217 r 1905 f Cloverport to Owensboro and return Aug II 1 to 16 Inclusive good returning Aug 17t160 Also on Aug 1 1 16 Inclusive good returning three days from date of sale but 9 not later than Aug 17 in any case IU5 tt round trip- Atlantic a City Excursions Aug 3 t Aug 10Aug 17 P 8 Return 13 days from date of sale 1725 round trip from CloverportiiC Old Point Comfort Excursions ti July 14 and Aug 12 + 1550 round trlpGood 81 to return 15 days from date of sale tromhCloverport 6tlErrors 10 Make Child Blush D Washington D U July 21In F an official statement issued today the II Secretary of Agriculture acknowledg 81 ed that the charge to the effect that tithe June tobacco report greatly ex hl aggerated actual conditions correct hi Amazing clerical errors is gvea = as the excuse No wrong doing Is chargedThe I errors weio of a kind which would make an eightyea 011L By rfu o blush In one case for example 2B8 + was multiplied by one hundred andetoetoet- oa prodnct of 203000 Instead of 20800 11 was obtained Naturally in this par- tICular county the tobacco acreagej + was boomed out of all proportion t w StIt vvvrrvrvvvvvmvvvvvnenvvvvvvvvvvvvvvnvnnrveOGDEN A aJ a M a BOWLING GREEN KY iAl iW WELL ENDOWED LITERARY COURSES MANUAL TRAINING r Prepares Boys for Higher Colleges and Unl t Pi- j versltlesj Professional and Technical Schools fo W Courses well adapted to this end and excellence of training shown by C PlJ 4 success of its graduates in higher institutions of learning TERMS LOW pi i 7 t ofparticularstt tJ anWmIi i N NNNN INN N INNNNNN lft t oa BOWLING JSouthern Normal School Bowling nNationali SustaIns Teachers Scientific Classic Law Commercial and Special Courses fSiud tw I Catalogues and Journals Free ORADUATES seCURB pOSITIONS for MENTION COURSE WANTED WHEN YOU WRITE 1 ere Address H H CHERRY President Dn Green K burei Inesttii To Cure a Cold in One Day j- cet ti Take Laxative Bromo Quinine TabletsOice ai Seven Million boxes acid Ln put la moaths Thk s f1 II r s l c 1 The Breckenrldge NeWs I i WEDNESDAY July 26 U05 A MUCH EXCITEMENT i IN THE EAST END I William Hicksof Cannelton Runs I1 f Amuck Gets Marshals Gun And Keeps Crowd On Move f An exciting affair in which one i William Hicks of Cannelton was theII Henderson Root depot about 785 r I t oclock last Tuesday evening after t1 1hhe press hour of p weeks issue of jj the News Hi ckt Wwho was crazed by 1 i drink attacked Marshal DeHaven 9iI1wrestled with him on the depot plat I s form got possession of his gun and 1i had the crowd at the depot running 11n every direction to kee out of his Martlshal DeHaven ld the gun was taken juvay from HrJNkI who thun ran to fthe end of the platform and turned t gown Third treat Marshal DeHaven stracK him in the head with H cano but ne continued to run until ho collided with a telephone pole at the corner of Third and Hitch streets Mere he was arrested and taken to jailHicks came here that afternoon with a companion on eastbound train No 44 which arrives at 448 Half an hour before westbound train No 48 arrived they were at the depot and asked when the train would be due It is supposed that both Hicks and his friend intended to return on No 43 but when the train stopped at the j depot Hicks ws asleep on the trucks on the west encrof the platform and when awakened by his friend refused to board the train with him Failing J in his Aifort to get Hicks to go with him the friend boarded tho train alone At this point Marshal DeHaven perI suade him to follow his friend For answer Hicks sprang at him and attacked him They clinched and were soon dlwon the platform in a rough and tumble struggle Physi i dally they wen not a match HioKs being a taller Ilea Vier and stronger u Marshal DeHaven but th- elatteriat up a stiff fight Crazed as jflicks was by drink perhaps no J wan would have neon his match even f he had had his height of six feet And weight and strength in propor tion Several bystanders took part separated the combatants and came to 7 Marshal DeHavens rescue hicks fought with the strength of a giant and the ferocity of a maniac and it PuUeddDaringItis the affray a holster containing Mar shal DeHavens revolver became un tastened from his body and fell on the platform HicKs got it in his posses 2slonand wax soon on his feet waving it m a dangerous manner Somebody cried Hes going to shoot ana 1 the crowd ran in all directions for d I safety Marshal DeHave und others Iyhad a fierce struggle rith Hioks be fore they got the revolver away from J him A drummer by the name of Miller succeeding in disarming Hicks n Fortunately the revolver remained 18 in the holster while in his possession g and did not explode If he had gotten at the weapon out of the holster and x llhad thrown off the officer and his t I hastilysummoned deputies long IsDANGER SIGNALS I = No engineer would be mad enough to clia IB by the flag which signaled danger L ts ulul rent with tho average man dy or woman They 6gattemptconstantly run by the dan adter signals of f00 Nature and that Attempt costs r i thousands of lives godevery year When the ap becomes Irrogu larI or entirely I troublewhen sleep Is r ad broken when there is a constant feeling of dull iNaturei iipSuch a condition calls1 i for a prompt use of Dr Pierce S Medical i Dtecovery It cures dls indlrF 1 organs JJand nutrition purifies the blOOd and j builds up the body with l tound solid slosh N benofttriad to say a tow = ij fUbllcatlOnwrttos x troubled with a complication of g dlheeaadsosfor over two years but kidneys and liver bothered me most Some of my worst iiailments were headache frequent Dins heart and under right shoulder blade My hands and feet wore cold nearly all the time and I had such chilliness be tween shoulders Some days cared but little misg erablo It any work Took medicine from my physician 1 but received no benefit bought a bottle oi Golden Medical Discovery ana after tak ing It I felt so much boner we determined to fire It a fair trialAppetltosoonlmprovrid and gradually the disorders disappeared un til now I am well A treat Doctor Book Free Send 21 one cent stamps to Dr R Y Pierce Buffalo N Y to cover cost of mailing only and f e wilt send you a free copy of his 1003 ge Common Sense Medical Adviser i 4q Tcovered Cloth covared 31 stamps Pkrce1 PtlUts Cure Constipation r f r enough to use it there is no telling what deadly effect it might have had The usual crowd scattered about the depot and the passengers on the trait would have made many targets far Hioks if he had used the revolver but he had no chance to do this Hicks broke away and ran when ho was disarmed Marshal DeHaven struck him in the head with a cane The blow seemed to have little effect on HicKs as he rushed wildly down Third street Marshal DeHaven Wm Pres ton and others in pursuit His mad run did not end until he had collidct with a telephone pole and had been hit over the head again He ran his head into the pole with sufficient force it seemed to crush his skull Be was knocked down by thb collision put was quickly on his feet and ran east on High street He had gone only a tow yards when his pursurers came up to him Mr Preston being the first man to catch him Tho collision with the telephone pole almost put Hicks outt of business but it took a few more raps on the head with the cane to finish him Ho was then completely subdued and taken to jail without further trouble Hicks cries or II Murder II Murder1 as he was being gotten under control brought people in the neighborhood out of their houses and created much excitement until the cause was known In the struggle on the platform at tho delot Marshal DeHaven received uad bruises about the face and was bitten on the hand by HicKs though not seriously Hioks had several stitches taken in his head at the jail alter his arrestas a result of the blows he received tram the officers cane Hicks was tried Wednesday morning before Judge Wills in police court on the charge of being drunk and disturb ing the peace and given 33 in fines and costs He admitted doing every thing that was charged against him and seemed to regret it as well as his trip here which he said waslIa pleasure trip OJor was intended to be at least Hicks was released from custody Thuisday afternoon friends arrang ing foi the payment ot his fines and he left on the early evening train for his home at Uannelton Bowel Complaint In Children During the summer months child ren are subject to disorders of tae bowels which should receive careful attention as soon as the first unnatur al looseness of the bowels appears The best medicine in use for bowel com plaint is Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as tt promptly controls any unnatural looseness of the bowels For sale by Short Haynes Wheat Beard Causes Abscess Harvey Harris of near town was operated on last Thursday for an ab scess in his face by Urn Simons and Wendelken Harris took a chew of tobacco on which was a wheat beard The wheat beard wonted into the flesh and the irritation caused the abscess One side cf hlu face was badly swollen before it was operated on Eight Recover From Typhoid Mrs Jas Sanders has about recov ored from the effects of an attack of typhoid fever Mrs Sanders was tho last member of her family to recover from the disease Mr Sanders and their six children having been ill aleo and all of them this year Buys Fine Mare For 350 Vlo Robertson of Hardmaburg has bought a trotting bred mare from W L Monarch of Owensboro for 350 Too animal was one of the best in Daviess county Meeting at Freedom The annual protracted meeting at Freedom church will be held the second week in August There will be no sell ing on the grounds during the meet fag EnvlUh Flab Lawn Fish because of Its tendency rapidly to decompose holds a peculiar position among goods In England It Is the subject of n special act of parliament So long ago as 1GOS men knew the evil consequences resulting from eating mackerel of uncertain post mortem ago so they passed an act providing that except during the hours of divine serv ice this fish could be sold on Sunday That act has never been repealed Making It Plain Saplelgh Oh I say Miss Hammer ton why Is it that you are always out when I call Miss Hammcrton Because Im foolish I suppose Sa- plelghIerbeg pardon I Miss Ham mertonWell you know tho old say lngIA fool for luck Sleep If the muscles are not tired there cannot bo n full demand for sleep un less of course tho brain has been overworked Healthy bodily exercise carried to tho point of rendering rest sweetly Welcome is one natural means of promoting sleepS Over LawyerIll bo frank with you You cant break your fathers will Client 111 be frank with you r cant pay you unless it can be broken Lawyer Ill go you one hotter Well break that will Cleveland Leader u tr- Jhiu 1 THE AMAZING MINK row Dona Thl Anlmnl Succeed IB Terrorizing the Ilnbbltf Tho mink IB as slow a runner as the rabbit Is swift I have seen minks run several time and their peculiar meas uring worm gait takes them along about as fast as a man can rust The rabbit cannot only go with Incredible speed but can course for hours And yet the mink Is able to run down the swift rabbit The rabbit seems to give up the race It would Took almost as If some unknown law of nature made him the prey of minks as if he felt that was his destiny and did not try to escape from it In the cases we ob served the Jump of the rabbit grew shorter and shorter until it became lit tie snore than n helpless hop The marks in the snow Indicated that the mink was not being dragged by the rabbit but that the mink did not over take his victim until the latter for no apparent reason had given up the race And yet a fox seldom catches a rabbit and probably never in open runningThen It would seem as If these blood tickers have some power of which we know nothing As it is onlyI one expla nation can be offered why so slow run ning an animal as a mink or weasel can catch as swift an animal as a rabbitWe know the mink does not tire out the rabbit by following him leisurely maintaining his slower gait relentless ly never giving his victim a chance to eat and so by the slow sure process of work and worry wearing out poor BunnyHence it must be that the rabbit has In common with other small rodents that terrible demoralizing or panicky fear of all the weasel family a fear so great and bewildering that once n mink is on its trail the rabbit becomes paralyzed with it and In stincth ely knowing that he cannot es cape by running in a hole gives up If this is so then there Is a law in nature that we do not fully under stand a law akin to that which makes a rabbit a coward and a woodchuck brave to his dying gasp A ferret put Into n gray squirrels hole was at once driven out by the indignant squirrel A rabbit has as sharp teeth as a squir rel and surely might defend Itself as well as a young woodchuck yet the latter will face unflinchingly two dogs and a man After his back Is broken and he Is helpless he will hold up his head and whistle a fierce defiance yet a rabbit will not even try to es cape apparently from an animal It could Just as well elude as not It seems almost as If the rabbit were meant for food for other animals na ture having given him great reproduc tive powers and unlimited food and then saddled him with some strange fatality that makes him play his part In spite of himself in the general scheme of wild life Outing The English Iloyal Plate The royal plate at Windsor is gener ally reckoned to be wbrth about i2000 000 and It Is no unusual thing at a state banquet at the castle to have plate to the value of 500000 in the room There are two state dinner services one of gold and one of silver The gold service was purchased by George IV and will dine 120 persons Tho plates alone of this service cost over 12000 On state occasions there are usually placed oil the dining table somo very beautiful gold flagons cap tured from the Spanish armada which are now of course of priceless value while the great sliver wine cooler made by lluudell Bridge for George IV and weighing 7000 ounces always adorns one corner of the apartment As sideboard ornaments there are pretty trifles In the way of a peacock of precious stones valued at 50000 and a tigers head from India with a solid Ingot of gold for Its tongue and diamond teeth This wonderful col lection of plate is crown property which practically means that it be longs to the country Execution of Ix nl XVI The crowd which surrounded the carriage closed around me bore me along to the place of execution and placed me uo to speak in front of the scaf fold I beheld the appalling spectacle The crime bud been hardly accomplish ed when a cry of Vivo lanatlonl rose from the foot of the guillotine It Will repeated by the bystanders It passed through the crowd TbU cry was fol lowed by silence most wonderful and most profound Shame horror and fear already hovered over the wide expanse I passed over Ita second time carried along by the flood which bad brought me hither Every one walked slowly and scarcely ventured to look In his neighbors face The rest of the day was spent In deep stupor It had spread over the whole city I was obliged to go out twice and found the streets deserted and silent The assassins had lost their wonted daring The public grief made Itself felt and they qunlled before it Mem oirs of Chancellor Pasquler Talent and Confidence A single talent man supported by great self confidence will achieve more than a ten talent man who does not believe In himself The nlad cannot ttt with vigor in the presence of doubt A wavering mind makes a wavering execution There must be certainty confidence and assurance or there can be nritefflclency An unedu cated man wholtellevei in himself and who has faith that he can dote thing he undertakes often puts to shame the average college bred man whose over culture and wider outlook have some times bred increased sensitiveness and a lessening of self confidence whose decision has been weakened by constant weighing of conflicting theories nnd whose prejudices are always open Jo convlotlon Success It Ir u PROFESSIONAL CARDS LATHAM MEDICAL INSTITUTE ELIZABETHTOWH KT Chronic Diseases treated by Harmless Rational and Mntlsfylnp Methods including Homeopathy Medlcnl Electricity Hydroth riierupySuRgestionjviiionK the Chronic Diseases treated are Nasal Cutarrh Ear Mouth Throat Hronchlal and Lung diseases Constipation Diarrhoea j Headache Llles Fistula Rheumatism Neuralgia Discuses of the nervous system Asthma Diabetes Neurasthenia Slscplessness Stammering St Vitus Dance Paralysis Epilepsy Liver heart kidney and diseasesDroisy1amenossScrotulaSequolao j Membranes Ulcers diseases peculiar to females etc- SUllerlluous hair and facial blemishes removed I by Electrolysis Chintz Royalty Practical Surveyor also Notary Public I can surveyyour Lands write your Deeds and take the acknowledgement at your home This saves you trouble and cost Your Patronage Solicited Address me atIHardinsburg Ky Cloverport Planing Mill GREGORY 6 CO Prop LUMBERDOORS DOORSSASH SASHBLINDS DOOR AND WINDOW SCREENS SHINGLESLATHS 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 Ex pert tailors employed- J H HUNSCHE Casper May Co Cauneltou Ind V G BABBAGE AttorneyatLawPUBLIC Many years experience in sot thng estates All collections reas unable Cloverport Kentucky H DeN MOORMAN Attorney at lawIHARDINSBURG KYIWill practice his profession In all of tht Oourts of and adjoining coun ties Special attention given to collecting road cases and criminalI practice License tc practice In United States District Courts Office i vei Bank of Uardlnsburg i T T3rr rrjt 3t I fSi fii- i rj fijjMPatronbe your home dentist fjj- M Office over Klncheloei Drug Store M- X I HARDINSBURU KY g h s s fa s af jsHes Cleverly Kvniled A wealthy Australian squatter in or der to protect his six daughters from fortune hunters left his property to them In equal shares but decreed that If either married without tine consent of the trustees she should forfeit her share to her sisters When the case came up at Sydney It was found that the six sisters had all married without permission and thus each had for felted her share In the property to her sisters a state of affairs which the ladles doubtless considered highly sat istactoryNeglected Opportunities I wonder said Farmer Corntossel who had Just returned from a trip to the big city why so many young men Insist on not gettln rich What do you mean asked his wifeThey all want to be lawyers or doc tors Instead o beln restaurant waiters or policemen Washington Star Ills Chance Ho moodily Ah tell me truly Is there anything that hasnt been said already on the subject of love She softly Probably not but I am sure very dire Indeed everything on tho subject hasnt been said to mePuck The Difference TimIm feeling fine this morning I was up with the lark JimIm not feeling so flue this morning I was up with the lark last night Detroit Free Press An levity Is as impertinent as an excess of gravity Hazlltt Troubled with gdonetakoDrThactior- Liver Jo as others have and mood Syrup and be cured r r- TM tr WHO GETS THE INCREASE Cincinnati Post r The United States Bureau of Labor has issued a bulletin in which the living expenses of the ordinary American citizen in 1900 and today are compared Farm products have gone up in price 22 210 percent Fuel and lighting have increased 32 G10 per cent Food products under which heading are included chiefly the necessaries of life controlled by the beef trust have gone 11110 per cent Lumber and building materials are now 22 410 per cent higher than in 1900 Altogether the living expenses of the average family have in creased from 25 per cent to 50 per cent Apparently there has been no corresponding increase in wages salaries or ordinary business incomes Heal prosperity would mean the prosperity of all Today higher prices are in ninny cases but evidence of toll that a small group of men are levying on the necessities of a large group of men What is the gain of the few is loss to the many When one man is enrichedat the cost of another it is but a mockery of prosperity Truo wealth is created by labor True prosperity is when this wealth is justly dis tributed among those who create it 1Several Weeks to Finish The surveying party of the Clover prot railroad ore still at work on the location of the route and are now over in Huhlenberg county near Green River It will probably bo two or three weeks before the final survey is com pleted and the route definitely announced President Holeman is confident that the road will be built without delay provided people along the route comply with conditions concerning the right of way Madisovilllo Hustler Two Healthy Turkeys From Efff Mrs James England of Tobinsport is raising four turkeys that were hatch ed from three eggs The twin turkeys are as healthy as the other two and their bodies are not as is usually the case where a freak birth of this kindoccurs The twin turkeys are gaining insize as rapidly AS though they had been hatched from two eggs The freak is to be one very much of the ordinary Decoration at Union Chapel On Sunday July 30 three or four miles from the Falls of Rough at Uuion Chapel this county there will be decoration at 10 oclock At 11 oclock the funeral of Mrs Lum EsKridge will bo preached by Rev W G Stone 444 44 ++ Bank of HardinsburgOFFICERS i iBF BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier DIRECTORS Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beard Dr A N Kincheloe D S Richardson 4 4 Insured against loss by fire or burglary 4 Interest paid on time deposi- tsNNNNNNN11N1N NANN The Breckinridge Bank Cloverport Ky Ca ptal Stock 45100 Surplus 7000 Incorporated Organ zed n 1872 W H BOWMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier DR F L LIGHTFOOT VPres CHAS B SKILLMAN Asst Cashier Accounts of Firms Individuals and Corporations solicited Any business entrusted to us will receive prompt and careful attention Storage place for packages in our fireproof vault furnished our customers free NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS Interest paid on time deposits os ms First State Bank IRVINGTON KY W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP ViccPresident H H KEMPER Cashier Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited Interest Paid on Time Deposits fi 1 THE Fifth Avenue HOTELLouisville PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr joined considered out i The most centrally located end only firstclass hotel in the city making a 1200 rate Only one block from the principal shopping district and two blocks from the principal theatres Street cars pass the door to all parts of the cltv- Everything neat andtcleanI I r wh DAN BROOKS CO LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS CENTRAL STOCK YARDS LOUISVILLE KY n Sanfords Fine Inks 6 Mucilage In full assortments of handy size bottles Library and photo pastes to boot JNO D BABBAGE School books etc Subscribe for 15he NEWS ti i i 4- i r The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY July 20 1903 IRVINGTON J K Bratulotto was in Hardinsburg last Saturday on easiness Dr L B Moroman was in Louis ville for a few days last weoic Mrs Sim Payne was called to Gar fie Id to see her father who is sick Mrs Ellor Walls camp home after a long visit to frIends at Mitchell Ind Henry DoH Moorman of Hardins burg was in town Saturday on busi ness Mr ZircKlc of Louisville spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs C Cham berlainT wasini passing k Mrs Will Gantlhas returned home after a visit to her parents near Bran denburgMiss Emily McAteer has returned to Louisville after a lengthy visit to friends hero Miss Claudia Bandy left Monday for MkstNick Netherton Mrs Bettie Springato of Mitchell Ind came Sunday to visit relatives 1andfriends here TI Dr Glasscock of McDaniels Scalled to Irvington Thursday tojjsee Mrs W Cornwall =Miss Julia Greenwood hasreturned I from Clovorport after a visitto her sister Mrs Carter 01Mr and Mrs Foster Lyons of Lon isville were the guests of Rev Hynes and wife for afew days The Misses Plank of Uloverport have returned home from a weeks visit to Mrs Chamberlain Morris Jolly attended the house party given by Miss Cora Lee Anderson at Gaston last week Mrs Tom Marshall was called to White Mills to see some of her rela tives whoaro very ill Mr and Mrs Ford McGeheewent to Stephensport Hunady to visit Mr and Mrs Dick Skillman Mrs Rub Miller arrived last week I to visit her sister Mrs J W Pig got for an indefinite stay Bert Cunningham of Chenault is a j guest of his daughter Mrs Will j Gardner fora few days The iC3 cream supper given oy the missionary society of the Methodist church was a complete success Miss Nannie Board of Garfield j came Saturday to be withher cousin Mrs Pomp McCoy for a few daysII Miss Sue Hoard left Monday for her home at Big Spring after a visit toII Mr and Mrs R B McGlothlan I Mrs Williams of Mt Vernon Ill arrived last Friday to be with herjj mother Mrs Bob Jolly for some tUOEI Mrs Will Robins of Owensboro has gone homo after a two weeks I visit to her mother Mrs Tom handy Mrs E R Turners of Louisville came Saturday to visit her mother I Mrs William Cornwall for an indelic nite stay Miss Mug Jacob Tyler returned to her homo in Louisville after a two weeks Visit Jto the Misses Mc Glothlan I Mrs Suo Tydings and Mr and Mrsjj OHir Nock have returnedto Louisville after a visit among their numerous I relativesMrs 1 Cash and daughter Mrs Chitwood of Texas arrived last Tuesday t to visit Mr and Mrs Tom Parks for some time- MissesJLolia Tydings of Louisville an d Jennie Murray of St Paul MInll nesotu have arrived to visit the Mis ses Mu nfordfor several weeks j 1 At Union Star July 31 Dr A Moorman Hardaway will be at Union Star July 31 Aug 123 prepar ed to do uptodate dentistry AyersLosing your hair Coming out by the combful And doing nothing No sense in that Why dont you usei Ayers Hair Vigor and Hair Vigor promptly stop the falling Your hair will begin to grow too and all dandruff will dis appear Could you reason ably expect anything better Ayers Hair Visor IIs A great inccem with me My linlr wen falling out very badly1I hilt the Jlslr Vigor tapped It mid now rnjr hair IU all rlghtW C IOOBDON UnUsaj Cal el 00 a hottlo j c AYJCRCO- All Imvp1 Ma I trIlICICIfor Thin Hair 4- ss 1AI ta c = DISFIGURED WITH ECZEMA Under Physicians Five Months Went from Bad to Worse CURED BYCUTICURA Wonderful Change in One Night In a Month Face Was Clean as Ever I was troubled with eczema on the face for five mouths during which time I was in the care of physicians My face was in such a condition that I could not go out It was going from bad to worse and I gave up all hope when a friend of mine highly recommended Cuticura remedies The first night after I washed my face with Cuticura Soap and used Cuticura Ointment and Cuticura Resolvent it changed wonderfully and continuing the treatment it removed all scales and scabs From that day I was able to go out and in a month my face was as clean as ever THOMAS J SOTH 317 Stagg St Brooklyn N YITHE AGONIZING Itching and Burning of the Skin As in eczema the frightful scaling as in psoriasis the loss of hair and crust ing of scalp as in scalled head the facial disfigurement as in pimples and ringworm the awful suffering of infants and anxiety of wornout par ents as in milk crust tetter and salt rheumall demand a remedy of al most superhuman virtues to success fully cope with them That Cuticura Soap Ointment and Pills are such stands proven beyond all doubt The purity and sweetness the power to afford immediate relief the certainty of speedy and permanent cure the absolute safety and great economy have made them the standard skin cures of the civilized world Absolutely pure Bold throughout the world Qitlcor ReolTtnt Me In form of ChocoUtt Coded nlli SJc per viii of GO ChartIlIolIqcAn Totter Oral ft Chita Corp Salt Proprietor hoaro of the nn rbe The range of honeybees Is but little understood said an authority Many suppose that bees go for miles in quest of nectar while others think they go only for a short distance It may be curious to many to understand how anyone can till how far the bees mayfly but this is simple when understood Years ago when the Italian bees were first Introduced In the United States these bees having marks dif ferent from the common bees already here were easily distinguished and after any beekeeper had obtained the Italian bees they could be observed and their range easily noticed If bloom Is plentiful close to where bees are located they will not go very tar perhaps a mile In range but If It Is scarce they may go five miles Usually about three miles Is as far as they may go profitably Bees have been known to go as far as eight miles In a straightI line crossing a body of water that distance to land Milwau kee Free Press The Power of n Voice Stories abound to illustrate the power possessed by great speakers and act ors to stir the emotions by the tones of the voice It Is said of the elder Booth that he brought tears to the eyes of a company upon one occasion by the wuy In which he uttered the opening words Our Father of the Lords PrayerA Is told of the great Irish ora tor OConnell An attack had been made upon him In the house of commons When OConnell arose to reply his lofty brow was black with thunder and his arm uplifted as If to strike Then checking himself he said But the gentleman says he loves Ireland Lowering his tone to the rippling murmur of a summer brook he continued I have no words of bitterness or re proach for any man who loves Ireland The pathos In the fragmentary utterance of the last word brought tears to the eyes of many veterans of tbe house A Dnable MeanlnsT A good story Is told of a famous English engineer An attorney went to him when he first began his career to ask him an opinion as a civil engineer After the opinion was given he In quired aa to the fee and was told It was 25 guineas which he accordingly paid Some years later when the civil engineer had acquired a reputation and ben made a fellow of the Royal society the same attorney went up to him for an opinion and when be had received It said I remember the last time I was hero I asked your fee and you said It was 25 guineas and so I ihave brought a check for that amount The engineer looked at him and asked him If ht knew what F R S meant The answer was Why certainly It means fellow of the royal society Yes said the engineer and It means also Fees raised since ForMaryDo you think It would be con celted for me to tell my friends that I made this dress myself EdithNot conceited my dear superfluous nninnn Kclioc I dont like to talk much with people who amusIng while but one soon tires of It Oarlvlo Subscribe for the NEws = 1r i l The Delight of Mankindtt Titus the Roman emperor WaBeI1t1- tIed the delight of innnklml Titus beneficence was unbounded and it so happened that during his brief there was the most urgent need of its exercise In the first year occurred the great eruption of Vesuvius over whelming Herculaneum and Pompeii and ruining numerous other towns and villages The next year a fire eto out In Rome which raged three days causing great destruction and In the tracts of these calamities followed a dreadful pestilence Titus dealt out gifts with lavish hand to the houseless and ruined sufferers Ito oven despoil ed the palaces of their valuable orna ments to obtain money for distribu tion and schemed and planned to fur fish occupation for them He was now the Idol of his subjects the love and delight of the human race but unfor tunately for that part of the human raco over which ho ruled In the commencement of the third year of his reign ho became suddenly 111 and died at his patrimonial villa In the Sabine i country Noted Deed In Trinity Churchyard Alexander Hamilton Is burled In Trinity churchyard at tho head of Wall street New York and the grave Is marked by a conspicuous white marble monument near the Rector street station of the elevated road His wife who lived until 1854 fifty years after his death in the duel with Burr Is burled beside him Albert Gallatin who succeeded Hamilton as secretary of the treasury lies only a few feet away and near by is also the grave of Robort Fulton Inventor of the steamboat Another famous occupant of Trinity churchyard whose monu ment Is near the Broadway gate Is Captain James Lawrence of the United States navy commander of the frlgart Chesapeake who fell In battle with the British ship Shannon Juno L 1813 in tho thirtysecond year of his age As bo fell upon the deck he cried to his subordinates Dont give up the ship A Ixxlntr Dream- I made a nice Idiot of myself the other morning said the commuter who Is paying teller In a savings bank My wife was afraid Id miss my train and she got me by the shoulder and shook me telling me that It was time to get up I got about half awake and somehow I thought I wits at my win dow in the bank with a long line of women awaiting their turn The onejj at the window was handing me a check and from force of habit I said II How much money do you want You know most women who present checks want to draw some and deposit tho rest Well what do you think the wife did Quick as a flash came her answer to my dopy question Five dollars will do She got It but I hope I wont dream any moreuXew York Post r An Eccentric Painter William Wlllard well known as the painter of Massachusetts governors was very eccentric In his ways Ills special aversion was the attempted purchase of his many old relics of fur niture by people of wealth A Now York woman visiting In the vicinity of Sturbridge hearing that the old artist possessed a beautiful colonial mirror i und a rare clock tried to buy them Mr Willard seemed to readily agree to the sale but when asked when It would be convenient to have them 1 packed replied Not until after tile I funeral Whose funeml asked the J visitor Mine replied Mr Wlllard 1 with a chuckle I 1 Ar Knrly Ilnllrnml 1 An old Inventory of the MohKwk nUll Hudson railroad now a part of the J New York Ventral and Hudson River J railroad tinted Jan 1 1833 gives tho J following as the total rolling stock of J the road at that time Three locomotives J the John Bull the De Witt Clin J ton and the Experiment three carriages J accommodating twelve passen J gers each nine accommodating nine J each two accommodating six each and three accommodating eighteen each a total capacity of 183 Four Track News The Change of a Letter Business men should be careful writes a correspondent of a London newspaper to road their typewritten correspondence before committing It to the post 1 Lave received a typewritten letter from a gentleman of German extraction who informs me that ho Is a wholesale tobacconist and cigar imposterDlplnmaey What did papa say He showed me the door And what did you say I said It was certainly a very handsome door but not what I had coDe to talk about That made him laugh and a minute later you were mine lifeOnehalf Is spent In making experiments the other half In re fretting thorn Brown Bonk OaSTOaXABurs You Hare Always Bought ofthct + STEPHENSPORT Mr and Mrs A S Stiles are visiting her aunt Mrs Pike Conn Wm Pettit has returned home from a visit to his son W W Pettit at- Tell City Mrs R A Shellman and Mrs G W Payne spent Thursday with Mrs Ben Lay Dr A Moormnu Hardaway will be here July 20272829 prepared to do up to dat dentistry II J i 1 1 Rev Hutson of tiouiavillo is hold ing an interesting tmeeting up in Roberts Bottom 1L D Fox and MrsGeo McCnbbins attended the funeral of Ueo McCnb bins mother nnllayIMiss Lura Connley who has been visiting Mrs Pike Conn has returned her home near Covington Ky Misses Docia and Lottio Mathenoy and Nina Bruns of Oioverport are the guests of Misses Belle and Corinnc ConnA S Stiles has returned from Ak ron Ohio where he went to purchase a welldrill having disposed of his other drillThe now one is a Star Drill ing Machine Cos drill and as they term it a No 1 Fraction Attachment Mr Stiles will drill a well for the school building which is very much neededOur school is progressing nicely with Miss Cora McCoy as teacher Tho pupils seem to be taking quite an in terest in their work and with good industrious pupils and a good teacher wo are sure to have a good school as Miss McCoy not only WOrKS for her own interest but for tho interest of the pupils PATESVILLE Littla Allie Day is ill of flux li 0 Gordon was in Hawesville Wednesday V Some of the farmers hay is almost ruined by the rain Little Jewel Jarboe who has been sick for several weeks is improving Several from Floral and Pellville attended the quarterly conference hero Sunday at the M E church Mr and Mrs Bell Frymire and little son Randolph are visiting his par ents Mr and Mrs R W Frymire Miss Nellie Fawver has filled the vacant place in W J Fawvers photo graph gallery and doing work to please all BIG SPRING Preaching at the Methodist uharoh Sunday July 80 Mr and Mrs Herman Mover spent a few days at Hardin Springs last weeK QrK K trststK SatKkKratkKrt N- IIIf IGet ReadynI Fall Coming j Winter Soon Here I cHot c W I About c I Lumber i JP 4 If youro not needing a X- jfi house how about tho barn tf- jv or stable We have all B 3ftKt and choice Poplar and Walnut fr K ready and waiting your g call1e can lilt the bill if J- Mv you send us the order Let 3 tus have it today H- v j r c- ii Seaton Weatherholt S CKYax i orkartrkrXlrrrRKKkkkK KKkk Kkyt t L II ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 48 Dally Fast Train leaves Cloverport 507 AIII stops at West Point only arriv es at Loulsv1lle115A1II No 42 Dally Mall and press leaves 010- verport 053 A M stops at all way stations arrives Louis ville 1235 p m Train No 44 Dally fast mall leaves Clo vcrport 448 pm stops at all way stations east of OIoverport except Mystic arrives at Louisville 7 25 pm Trail No48 Dally Cloverport accommodation arrives Cloverport 830 p m WEST BOUND No 47 Dally Oioverport accommodation leaves Cloverport 800 a m arrives Evansville 900 am expressleavesHawcsvlllo Lewisport Maceo Owensboro Stanley lSpotUvlllq 1 Henderson and Evansville arrives St louts 720 p m Train No 43 Mall and Express daily arrives Clovorport 730 pm Evansvlllo 1030 p m Stops at all stations No 45 dally St Louis fast train leaves Clo verport 11 06 PM arrives Evansville 135 A III St Louis x140 A M stops at Uawcsv1l1e Owensboro and Henderson only Chair cars on trains 41 and 44 between Louisville and Evansville Through sleopin 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 Fordsvtllo 430 a m arrives Irvington 840 amTrain No4 Dallv except Sunday leaves Fordsville 320 p m arrives Irvington 520 pm Train No 6 Sunday only Fordsvlllo 030 a m Irvington 003 a m WEST BOUND Train No3 Daily except Sunday leaves Irvington 650 a m arrives Fordsville 245 pmTrain No 5 Daily leaves Irvington 650 p moo FordsvlUe 925 u m The school here will be taught by Miss Mamie Trent ot Wolf Creek Pierce Hardawnj and A M Hard away of Bewleyville were here last Sunday evening Miss Zelma btrother is spending this week with Miss Fannie Cain Harda way at Bowleyville Miss Myrtle Moorman left Wednesday to visit her sister Mrs Asher Iraham cf Murray Ky Master Jack Mill ward of Luis ville is here for the summer with his sister Mrs John D Meador Wheat threshing has been greatly retarded on account of the wet weath er and very little has been threshed Mr and Mrs Dallas Skillman ot Mays trove were here Wednesday to see her giandmuther Mrs Wisehart Mr and Mrs Dock Berry of Vine Grove were here Thursday to see her mother Mrs Lize Wisehart who is very feeble Mr and Mrs Leo Caaperne of Brandenburg were the guests of hbr niece Mrs W H Strother trom Saturday until Monday The young ladies will give an ice cream supper for the benefit of the Methodist church Saturday night July 2U All are invited to come Messrs Arthur Scott and Allen Kin cheloe of Hardinsbnrg were here last Sunday the guests of his sister Miss Maggie Scott and their aunt Mrs Morris The proceeds the young ladies derive trom the ice uieam supper Sat urday night July 20 will go toward papering the church as soon as tho vestibule is finished which will be about the middle of August J W Hardin our venerable post master is still confined to the house and most of the time in bed It has been two months since he has been able to fill his position but his son Frank is attending to the office GARRETT Miss Earl Saunders is visiting her aunt Mrs T A Saunders Some threshing has been done in the neighborhood in the past week Mrs Mary Payne of Louisville is here visiting friends and relatives MrsJas Fousnee and Miss Bertha were guests of Mrs Newton Simpson MondayW Dhonau and family spent Sat urday and Sunday with William Hallof near Webster Misses Miles and brother Henry and Miss Lena Ritchie attended the institute- at Brandenburg Thursday Miss Segascer of Stephensport and Miss Alienne Cain of Louisville were I visitors at J G Robys last week Misses Earl Saunders Fayette Shack lett and Mrs Francis Ritchie were guests of Dr and Mrs J E Wimp ThursdayMrs Shacklett and daughter Rosa Lou Tim Clary Jim Fousnee Francis Ritchie and Warden Downs were in Brandenburg Thursday PISOS 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