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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r L E r J THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRZNTi VOL XXVIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 27 1904 8 Pages NO 28 I BADLY NEED IRAILROADkAll the towns from New Albany to Cannelton on the Indiana side of the Ohio rite are determined to have a railroad and hare leaned an appeal fort BeisUnco In their effort For two months the steamboats either on account of low water or ice hare been tied np and the inhabi t Canto of the little towns on the Indi ana oide hare suffered much in conse quence Hundreds of tons of farm r products now lie at tho wharves Tottering while the owners wait for an opportunity to ship them Not only this bat the people have actually suffered for lack of many things which they had considered as necessities on ao count of the lack of means to bring them from the cities The bee to the farmers has pat many in debt it is reported and tho stagnation of truffle has had a corresponding effect on the business of the merchants in ther townsififf The necessity forn railroad in f Honthern Indiana along the Ohio fis f Imperious and the people are going to get an electric line if they can It Miss Nancy Whitler Dead Fordsville Ky Jan 20Ylss Nancy Whltler died at her home sear this place yesterday nfteraocn and was burled today She was tko last link that bound this section of Ohio county to its most distant pant Her father settled hero in the closing years of the eighteenth century He I reared a large family all members of which lived to a good old ago Nancy was the youngest of the family Her exact age la not Known but it Is certain that she was more than nine ty years old Her brother Barton Whltler was the first merchant in this portlop of Ohio county having a I sovtveryvyoung man Be retired from business more than twentyfire years ago His sister lived with him until his death twenty years ago and since to 7that time has lived with his widow Bills by Mr Richardson Senator Gus Richardson of this die I tract introduced the following bills into the State Senate last wee An act providing license tax on compounded rectfied adulterated or blended distilled spirits Provides fifty cents a barrel tax for snch goods and twentyfire cents for smaller packages 14Act increasing pay nf prison guards from 00 to 75 per month Act prnriamg lor assessment of franchises of insurance companies by the State Board of Valuation and Assessment Was a Bright Child Mary Emma the little daughter of II Mr and Mrs Allen Stilesof Stephens port was an exceptionally bright child for her age which was two years and a half Everyone in I Stephensport knew her and her death caused genuine sorrow in the com t munity She wan ill for six weeks Q On Friday January 15 she was buried at Stephensport and the cAsket I manyfpersons Will Attend College Miss Benola Hull left Saturday for Bowling Green to attend college She will attend the fall and winter terms and return home for vacation in June Miss Hall is the stepdaughter of C M Stephens Super visor of Track of the lower division of the Hender son Route r Mrs Jno J Williams Dead Mrs Eliza Williams wife of Capt John J Williams of Owensboro who was born in Indian Creek precinct Hancock county October 7 1832 died at Owensboro Friday at 8 oclock in the afternoon Her maiden name was Eliza J Burnett The funeral was held Saturday at Owensboro Miss JarboeEntertains Miss Elizabeth Jarboe entertained the Ladies Reading Club at her home Thursday afternoon The club has jnot finished reading liThe Fortunes of Flu a delightful story Mrs H G Wills will entertain the club next Thursday Makes 567 on Tomatoes William Barton of near King in Gibson county Ind realized 007 or an average of fU 4 GO per acre on SIX t acres of tomtaoes which ha raised for a canning factory last year i o J II 4 Paul Hardin Writes Enter tainingly From Montreal Montreal P Q Jan 1004 Editor Breckenridge News CJlorerport Ky Dear SlrI was reared in Kentucky and hue been In this city for two years so I write to tell you of the coldest weather record ever known in this section or la the past forty years The thermometer here at this writing registers 24 below and only last night the mercury dropped to 44 below zero A blizzard of fifty hours has just ended here which left t snow three feet on the level and ten to thirty feet in drifts along the street curbs The snow is piled np in huge wind rows ton or twelve feet high which prevent one from seeing the people on the opposite side walk Yon see more snow here in a day than in a whole lifetime in Kentucky Everybody here wears fur coats and wraps and sleighing and skating are favorite pastimes No wheeled ve hicles will be seen again till next May People travel over the country on snow shoes which are made by bending A wooden hoop into an oval about 16 Inches broad by 44 wide and the sole is strong woven catgut They are laced to the feet by lamp wicks or other strong material and through the fields they travel over snow at any depth with great rapidi ty They also have sate pronounced skcei which is a wooden skate or manor four inches wide and seven toot long They are used for sliding down the mountains They proceed to the top of a mountain and elide down the eloper over the snow at the enormous speed of almost a mile a minuteMontreal could very appropriately be named the cit of churches and the Catholic religion predominates Some of the Catholic institutions are very hue sad costly structures One the Notre Dame Cathedral is among the largest and finest in America and has a capacity to accommodate over 11000 people The Canadians are very social peo ple though not quite so hospitable as our Southerners I will say that dur ing my two yearn sojourn in the Dominion I have had no fault to find Yours very truly Paul B Hardin 2601 St Catherine St Stemmery Has Steady Run The stemmery at the Pace tobacco factory now occupied by the Galla her Limited tobacco company has had a steady run since it began Monday of last week About thirty hands are pow employed and more will be taken on when the first rush of tobacco comesThe tobacco delivered to the Amer ican company at its receiving sued is being shipped direct to the stem meries at Owensboro as was done last year This company employs about a dozen hands Most of the hands employed by both companies are negroes who have been idle all winter and are now given the first work iu months Changes in Bank Officers The Two States Bank of Stephens port will be officered as follows in 1004 R A Shellman President Dr J H Lee Vice President and John S Adair cashier Mr Shell man succeeds Ike 0 Adair as Presi dent The dirctors are R A Spell man H A Smith Dr Geo E Shively R D Hamilton lire C Adair Dr J H Lee and Wm B Hardin Dr Shively Dr Lee and Mr Hardin are new directors Not Afraid of Any Mule- A farmer near Cape Giardean Mo who means business has put the fol lowing sign on a fence post in front of his hoase- WantedToo bye a mule fifteen hands high Iff yon can trade come aud let me see you Dont keer let meeness Kin handlo any mule this syde of hell Son of Susan Waltersm Some of the local colored people re member Gus Gregory a negro who wile hanged at New Madrid Mo a few days ago for murder and say that he was a son of a negro woman by the name of Susan Walters Greg ory said he was born in Cloverport twentythree years ago Poor Prospect For Wheat The outlook for a good wheat crop in this section is not flattering in the least Dry weather In the fall and winter cold spells without protecting snows and other detrimental condi tions will cause the crop to fall short of a profitable yield Shipping Foundry Works Messrs M L Christian and J W Pate were in Ownnsboro Monday and Tuesday to load and ship the balance of the machinery for the foundry for the Cloverport Foundry Us Machine companys plant The machinery is expected to arrive here today and it will require abut two weeks to put it in place if the weather id favora ble The machinery was bougnt from the old Southern Iron Forks at OwensboroThe has much wore awaiting it from the L H St L shops and a number of local parties and can make a steady run wnerr it is ready to operate The companys machine shop will soon have a num ber of jobs on hands trim parties out in the county Supposed Cloverport Negro A special from Paducah to the Louisville Times last weeK stated that Will Lightfoot colored and another negro by the name of White are un der arrest for murdering a white man from Woodstock Tonn who was a brakeman on the Illinois Central It is oelieved here that Lightfoot is the Cloverport negro hy that name who formerly lived here and recently had a position at Padncah with the Illi nois Central Ho was known here as Hip Walker Cured After Suffering 10 Years B F Hare Supt Miami Cycle Mfg Co Middletown O suffered for ten years with dyspepsia He spent hundreds of dollars for medi cine and with doctors without receiv ing any permanent benefit He says One night while feeling exception ally bad was about to throw down the evening paper when I saw an item in the paper regarding the merits of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I concluded to try it and while I bad no faith in it I felt better after the second dose After using two bottles I am stronger and better than I nave been f6r years and I recommend Kodol Dyspepsia Cure to my friendj and acquaintances suffering from stomach trouble If Sold by All Drug Co Ashcraft Benham Miss Ethel Benham of Big Bend M ade ODunty will be married this evening at 7 oolocc to Mr Chris Ashcraft at the home of the brides parents Mr and tin J P Benham Mr and Mrs Ashcraft will visit rel atireo in Meade county for several days and then go to Oklahoma to re side Miss Benham is wollknown hero where she taught In tho advanced department of the public school dar- Ing the term of 1002 1003 She IB a cityfuAshcraft county clerk of Meade county He also tis a school teaeher and has been residing for several years in Oklahoma Fire at Hawesville Fire destroyed the wareroom of the Ohio Valley Milling company at Hawesville Thursday night As the waterworks were out of repair the companys mill only twelve feet away was saved by a bucket brigade Rain was falling and a slight breeze bore awn from the mill Sacks bags and stock worth about 1200 were partially saved On this there was an Insurance of 1600 On tho warehouse valued at about 500 there was no insurance The origin of the fire is not known The Megiddo is Sold The gospel steamboat ITegiddo which wac at this point two days the latter part of 1003 has been sold to a number of Chattanooga men who in tend to put the steamer in tho trade between that city and Padncah Since the beat left here the colony that llvedlon it have had much bad lack and were forced to dispose of their floating church The colony started from Minnesota and many will have trouble getting hack home as much pecuniary loss and disappointment has come to them New VicePresident J O Mattingly was elected Vice President of the Bank of Cloverport last week by the directors to succeed Dr A A Simons who is bow the assistant cashier rt4 A Fortune for your Thought l r rIfit is tho only nearest correct estimate of tho paidii rladmissions to tho Worlds Fair during May 5000 is them paidu smali fortune Read on page 3 how to obtain thIS It is easy 7 z z Ic sR1 ana Navigation iis Resumed Navigation on the Ohio river iis be- Ing resumed this week The big Ice gorges at Troy and Wolf creek brotc last week and the last named one floated past here In broken masses Satniaay and Sunday Most of the stream is new about clears of ice The towboat Crescent the first boat for weeks passed this point Sunday evening at 0 oclock on her way south Tho Ohio and its tributaries hav been rising rapidly tho past week owing to heavy rains above and theI Breaking of the ice gorges and much damage is being done at some by flooded streams The danger from floating ice has passed but it IS feared that a bie river will do more damage Chaffee Favors West Point Washington Jan 23West Point Kv now seems destined to becomeI a parmanent site for holding joint military maneuvers The general staff of the army intends to conduct exorcises there again and at the Na Department that is regarded as sign ifying that the little Kentucky town has virtually been picked out as against other places Today Lieut Gen A R Chaffee the new chief of staff and head of th army transmitted to Congress his estimates of the cost of maneuvers in 1005 and he accompanied it with a statement which shows how favorably West Point hen been considered Mrs Richardson III The Red Fox was at Eckerte yesterday with his son Gus Rich ardson State Senator of course is the Red Fox He has the emblem on his cards He got the name chiefly be cause he dearly loves a fox hunt andI also because he has a red beard Some time ago ho thought he wantedI to DO State Treasurer but lost out iin the nomination When not making laws at Frankfort he makes apple brandy at Guston Ky Mrs Richard son is ill at Guston and he iis on ht way there now Mr Richardson son has not a red beard and no particular love for fox hunting Sundays Louisville Herald Go to Bowling Green Murray Blanford of Bewleyville was in the city Sunday visitin friends while en touts to Bowling Green to attend Cherry Bros college Cleve HendricK of near Hardinsburg left Friday tor Bowling Green to at tend the same college Fire Near Rhodelia Frymire Ky Jan 20Speda1 Will Vessels Jr of near Rhodelia lost his residence and contents by fire last week There was no insurance glO rrrr rrrKttrrrKarsrrrrrrr QrrrrrrrrrrrrrrtY rrrrrvtr Orrrratarrrrrrrrrrk rrv irrOI r ARE YOU READY FOR THE FUNNY t I Minstrel Show I r f f r t tomorrow Thursday Nightin Oelzes hall Tickets are going fast S t Get one before the best are gone See the street parade in the afternoon vc tand hear the music at the hall before the show Its free S i f Tickets for Sale at W B Oelzes Jewelry Store j 1 1 Jokes dances and everything to make you laugh from start to finish r r Iv That Funny Jim Jackson Will Greet You With a Smile tf t itARAitfit tilii titit t Qitf + S1i1R tRi1 AitRitSl AililRitRiliiilitA 6f W B OELZE S f t2U 0Ws = C 1 I 2 1 FINAL RAISE- OVER 100000 Hordinsburg Ky Jan 26Spao- lal The Board of Supervisors finally adjourned last Saturday after a session of eleven days The total amount of the raised list Boardehas not yet boon entered on the assess ors book but it is thought that it will be in the nei gborbood of f180 000s In the Cqunty Court Hnrdinsbnrg Ky Jan 20Spe- ycialIn the County Court Mondav the jury allowed John Butler 110 damage on account of the establish ment of a new road commencing at Hardinstburg and Ouster road to a point near W H Carmans CnrthagerE Horn was filed for probate in the County Court Monday and continued until tne next term on account of the absence of attesting witnesses Gets Job at Walla Walla Hnrdinsbnrg Ky Jan 28Spe ciaLAmos M Kincheloe who went west a few weeks lago has secured a position with a bank at Walla Walla Wash and will locate perma nently there He iis much pleased with the country Lyceums Next Attraction Hardinsbnrg Ky Jan 2GCSpn alaiThe next attraction secured by the Hardinsbnrg Lyceum Is the Hand Bell Ringers and Male Quartet company which will appear at the City Hall on the evenings of Friday and Saturday Feb 5 and 6 They are said to be the most novel and versa tile company now before the public and have met with the cordial approv al of their audiences wherever they- s have appeared It is hoped that the public will patronize this company liberally r Promise Brilliant Future Hardinsbnrg Ky Jan 26CSpe- clal When passing John P Has wells store look Into his show win peaisand ink and modelings in clay which show remarkable talent and give promise of a brilliant future They were executed by his grandson Ernest who is only fourteen years of age and of whom he is justly prone Delighted With the Country Hardinsbnrg Ky Jan 20 Spe clanD S Richardson and Percy M Beard who have been touring California Oregon and Washington during this month returned home Monday They were delighted with the country and say that beauty pro enterpriseY Meetingfof the Grand Lodge of A O U W of Kentucky will be hold at Scottish Rite Cathedral Louisville February 1U Special rates have been made by the railroads and a large number of delegates are expected The heads quarters will be at the Fifth Avenue HotelJohn Burn will represent the local meetingr Lifef Ala a town of 300 inhabitants fifteen oclokfFriday morning and as a result thirtyeight persons were Killed and more than 100 injured Every business house with the exception ot- a small drug store was destroyed Telephones are Wanted i Webster Ky Jan 26Speolal A largo scope of country lying be tween here and Lodiburg Hardinsburg and Garfield has no telephone lines Tins connty would like to get close to the people of the above named towns by having telephonic communication with thorn f Longest Cattle Train1 The longest cattle train tllhover went over the Henderson Route passed through the city Saturday ttornoon Veretwentyslxi was bulled by two engines I Mrs Wm Pettit Paralyzed Mrs Wm Pettit of Stepheusport who was partially paralyzed Tuesday night of last week is nqV in a criti cal condition and has seen so the past week As she is veil advanced in age her recovery is doubtful J Sl u- t j i HMH II I I I I II t 11 I t M I THE STROLLERS By FREDERIC S ISHAM Author of Under the Rose tttttt Copyright 1902 by THE WENMERRILL COMPANY tsYtkYktitiirtrtKr tAAA +++++++I + x I TIII33MIIt S It+ CIIAPTER XV mornIng the sun bad made NEXT little progress In the heav and the dew was not yet off the grass when the party an Imposing cavalcade Issued from the manor on the return Journey Their home coming was uneventful The barn burners hind disappeared like rab bits In their holes the manor whose master had tied deserted even by the faithful Olykocks was seen for the last time from the brow of the hill and then with Its gabled nnd exten sine wings vanished from sight Yell remarked Barnes as they sped down the road It was a happy coincidence for me that led the antl routers to the patroous house last nightAnd he proceeded to explain how when he hind sought the magistrate he found that oillclal organizing a posse comitatus for the purpose of quelling an anticipated uprising of leaseholders In answer to the managers complaint the custodian of the law had asserted his first duty was generally to preserve the pence afterward he would attend to Barnes particular grievance Obliged to content himself as best he might with this meager assurance the man ager at his wits end had accom panied the party whose way had led them In the direction the carriage had taken and whose final destination ah unhoped for consummation had proved the ultimate goal of his own desires On reaching that afternoon the town where they were playing Susan was the first of the company to greet Con stance Now that Its all over she laughed I rather envy you that you were res cued by such a handsome cavalier Really drawled Kate I should have preferred not being rescued The owner of a coach a coat of arms all ver harness and the best horses In the country I could drive on forever But later alone with Susan she look ed hard at her So you taInted yesterday- Oh Im a perfect coward returned the other frankly Kates mind rapidly swept the rough and troubled past the haphazard sea upon which they had embarked so long agoDear me she remarked quietly and Susan turned to conceal a blush Owing to the magistrates zeal In re lating the story of the rescue tho play ors success that night was great The hall was filled to overflowing says the manager In his date book At the end of the second net the little girl was called out and much to her inward discomfiture the magistrate pre sonted her with a bouquet and the audience with a written speech Tak lug advantage of the occasion he poInt- ed a political moral from the tale and referred to his own candidacy to the legislature where he would look after the interests of the rank and file It WitS time the landowners were taught their places not by violence oh no no French methods for Americans by ballot not by bullet Let the people vote for an amendment to the consti tutlon As we were preparing to leave the theater tho magistrate appeared be hind tho scenes Of course Mr Barnes you will appear against the patroon he said Ills prosecution will do much to fortify the issue That is all very flue I returned satirically But will the Lord provide whllo we are trying the case Shall L J She dropped tube hta upstrctchcd arms we find miraculous sustenance We live by moving on sir One or two nights in n place sometimes a little longer No no tis necessary to for get If not to forgive Youll have to fortify your Issue without us Well well ho said good natured lylt Its against your interests I Love no wish to press the matter Whereupon we shook hands heartily and parted I looked around for Constance had left the hall with Saint rIProsper Have I been wise in asking join the chariot I sometimes regret we are beholden to him From the Slmdengo valley Barnes company proceeded by easy stages to Ohio where the roads were more dif ficult thnn nnv tho chariot hnd rot on art 111 illl ltlllllltit+ l counteredThe of the strollers troubles however at this crucial period of their wanderings were the bad roads tho greatest being a temperance orator who thundered forth denunciations of rum and the theater with the bitterness of n Juvenal inveighing profligate Rome Whatever he was poet orator and dramatist an English Gavazzi or mountebank humbug or back slider Mr Cough was even at that early period an antagonist not to be despised lIe had been out of pocket and out at the elbows indeed his wardrobe now was mean and scanty Want and privation had been his companions and from his grievous experiences he had become a sensational story teller of Ilow life and penury Certainly Barnes had reason to lament the coincidence which brought players and lecturer into town at the same time especially as the latter was her alded under the auspices of the Band of Hope Exceptional inducements could not tempt the villagers to the theater Even an epilogue gained for them none of Mr Goughs adherents The Tem perance Doctor failed miserably Drunkards Warning admonished pit iably few while as for Drunkards Doom no one oared what it might be and left him to it After such a disastrous engagement the manager not only found himself at the end of his resources but hopelessly indebted and with much reluctance ho laid the matter before too soldier who hind already advanced a certain sum after their conversation on the night of the country dance and had also come to his assistance on an occasion when the box ofllcc receipts and expense had failed to meet Moreover he had been a free even careless giver not looking after his business concerns with the prudent anxiety of a mer chant whoso ventures aro ships at tho rude mercy of a troubled sea To this third application however he did not answer immediately- Is It as bad as tbntr he said at length thoughtfully- Yes Its hard to speak about it to you replied too manager with some embarrassment but at New Or leansThe soldier encountered his troubled gaze See If you can sell my horse he answered You mean began the other sur prisedYes Hanged If I wlllr exclaimed the manager Then he put out his hand Impulsively I beg your pardon If I had knownbut If were ever out of this mess I may give a better account of my stewardship In spite of Barnes refusal the sol dier offered to sell his horse to the landlord but the latter curtly declined having horses enough to eat their heads off during tho winter as he ex pressed it Thus it was that the strollers per force reached a desperate conclusion when ranking their way from the thea ter on the last evening By remaining longer they would become the more hopelessly Involved In goIngwithout their hosts permission they would be taping the shortest route toward an honorable settlement In the near I- nturea paradoxical flight from the brunt of their troubles to meet them squarely This to Barnes amplo rea son for unceremonious departure was heartily approved by the company in council assembled around the town pumpStay and become a county burden Indeed exclaimed Mrs Adams trag ically As well l5o burled alive as anchored here fretfully added Susan The council Is dissolved said the manager promptly with no one the wIserexcept the town pump An ally of Mr Gough suggested AdonisThus more merrily than could have been expected with such a distasteful enterprise before them they resumed their way It was disagreeable under foot and they presented an odd appear ance each one with a light Mrs Adams old campaigner that she was led the way for the ladles elastic and chatty as though promenading down Broadway on n spring morning With their lanterns and the purpose they had In view they likened themselves to a band of conspirators As Barnes marched ahead with his light Susan playfully called him Guy Fawkes of gunpowder fame whereupon his mind almost misgave him concerning the grave adventure upon which they were embarkedThe was blowing furiously doors and windows creaked and all the demons of unrest were moaning that night in the hubbub of sounds Save for a flickering candle in tho hall the tavern was dark and landlord and maids had long since retired to rest Amid the noise of the rain and the sobbing of the wind trunks were low ered from the window the chariot and property wagon were drawn from tho stable yard and the horses led from their stalls In a trice they were ready and the ladles wrapped In their cloaks were in the coach But the clatter of hoofs the neighing of a horse or some other untoward circumstance aroused the landlord A window In the seconn story shot up and out popped a head In a nightcap Here What are you about cried the man Leaving I said the manager laconic ally The landlord threw up his arms like Shylock at the loss of his money bags The reckoning he exclaimed What about the reckoning Your pound of flesh sir replied BarnesMy score My score shouted the other You would not leave without settling itl Go to bed sir was the answer and let honest people depart without hindrance You will be paid out of our first profits But the man was not so easily ap peased Robbers Constable he screamedConceiving it better to be gone with out further parley having assured him of their honorable intentions Barnes was about to lash the horses when Kate suddenly exclaimed Wheres Constance Isnt she Inside asked the man ager quickly No she isnt here Oh I sent her back to get some thing for me I had forgotten spoke up Mrs Adams and she hasnt returned yet Sent her back Madam you have ruined everything burst out Barnes bitterlyMr Barnes I wont be spoken to like n child Child Indeed But the querulous words were not uttered for as the manager was about to leave the box in considerable per turbation there gazing down upon them at a window next to that occu pied by the landlord stood Constance I For a tippet or a ruff or some equally wretched frippery carelessly left by the old lady all their plans for dell erance appeared likely to miscarry Presumably Constance turned from her original purpose by the noisy alter cation had hurried to the window where now the landlord perceived her and immediately availed himself of the advantage offered So one of you Is left behind he shouted exultantly And its the lead ing lady too Ill take onto she stays hero until after a settlement Ill stop you yet Stealing away in the middle of the night youyou vagabonds His voice growing louder and loud er ended in a shrieking crescendo Disheartened there seemed no alterna tive for the players save to turn back and surrender unconditionally Barnes breathed a deep sigh so much for a tippet Their dash for freedom hind been but a sorry attempt Now he saw visions of prison bars and uttered a groan when UKJ soldier who was riding his own horse dashed forward beneath the window and stood upright in his stirrups Do not be afraid Miss Carew he saidFortunately the window was low and the distance inconsiderable but Barnes held his breath hoping the hazard would deter her Do not my dear he began But she did not hesitate The sight of tho stalwart figure and the strong arms apparently reassured her and she stepped upon the sill Quick he exclaimed and at the word Hhe dropped Into his fltretched- nrma Scarcely had she escaped however before the landlord was seen nt the same window So astonished was he to find her gone surprise at first held him speechless then he burst into a volley of oaths that would have shamed a whalers master Come back he cried Come back or The alternative was lost In vengeful imprecation Holding Constance before him the soldier resumed his saddle Drive one he cried to Barnes as past the chariot sped his horse with its double burden To be Continued Wanted 50 Men and Women Short Haynes tne enterprising druggists are advertising today for fifty men and woman to take advan tags of the special halfprice otter they are making on Dr Howardss celebrated specific for the cure of con stipation and dyspepsia and get a fifty cent package at halfprice 25 cents So positive they are of the remark able power of this specific to cure IIheso diseases as well as sickheadache and liver trouble that they agree to refund the money to any customer whom this medicine does not quickly relievo and cure With Dr Howards specific at hand you can eat what you want and have no tear of ill consequences It strengthens tho st uiach gives per fect digestion regulates the bowels creates an appetite and makes life worth living This Is an unusual opportunity to Obtain 00 doses of the best medicine ever made for half its regular price with the personal guarantee of a well known business firm to refund the money if it doesnot give satisfaction- If you cannot call at Short Hay nes store to day send them 25 cents by mail and they will send you a pack age promptly charges paid To Operate Asphalt Lands The Federal Asphalt Company of Chicago has tiled a mortgage in the County Clerks office of Hardin county for 500 000 to the Americab Trust and Savings Bans of that city on its asphalt lands in Hardin and nearby counties and the company will at once begin to develop their property B B BBARBEE OF THIS CITY WRITES FROM TfiXA I San Antonio Texas Jan 1 1004 Dr William Howard Mattingly Ky Dear Uncle I am temporarily sta tioned at this bid Spanish town at Fort Sam Houston named from the warrior of Texas There are some signs of the war here yet Ono thing is the old St Alamo mission built in 1718 by the Franoisican Monks wnere Col Bowie and his gallant band of 175 men were slaughtered in 1880 by Santa Anna and 6000 Mexicans after their ammunition was exhaust ed Among the slaughtered was the noble David Crockntt This town has 00000 inhabitants with little worK of any kind to do I dont see how the lower classes live no manufactories or any industry to employ the common people There are many people of Spanish descent hereand nearly everybody talks Span lab fairly well The streets are nar row and are paved with red cedar blocks cut in octagons The sidewalks are so narrow that one is often crowd edoffThe climate is fine Roses are in bloom and palms are green Alamo plaza a park is very beautiful 1 like the town and people but I dont like this post Its too old et le I enlisted Oct 10 and was at Colum bus 0 for eight weeks I will leave here in a few days Your nephew Biglow B iJarbeo Laxative Bromo Quinine Cores a Cold in One Day C A IJl on every 9 cQ bolt 250 AS I KNEW HER In Memory My Sister Noar Blythe Tousey Though a cripple and sufferer from childhood her smile and sweet disposition remained unchanged through life Aa a wife she was help ful nnd devoted as a mother indulgent yet careful in the early trainingof her call and ever prayerful for his safety in later years as a daughter ever solicitous for the welfare and happi ness of her mother as a sister loving and advising as a friend sympathetic and trne Always greeting with words of cheer and as a Christian led by the Spirit of the Living God she met the responsibilities of life in a manner that was an example and an inspira tion to all her loved ones Thou art gone from earth dear sister and we mourn thee Time may heal but may tneGod oflnfinite Mercy grant us that walk through life that when the final summons comes we may stand among that throng innumerable and again know the companionship of the brave little woman whose mission on earth was to brighten the pathway of others John H Blythe Mr Wm S Crane of California Md suffered for years from rheuma tism and lumbago Ho was finally advised to try Chamberlains Pain Balm which he did and it effected a complete cure For sale by Short 4Huynes REV J T LEWIS WRITES OF HIS FIELDS IN RECORDER Dear Recorder Christmas 1003 has come and gone but its memories and joys abide with us Why not They are eternal I Memory and joy are two that shall be one in eternity There are deeds nnd acts on earth that God intends shall make abiding impressions We received frim our Stephens port church a box not a little one either though it had something In it for our little onesfull of good and nice things about 100 Ibs but 800 precious to us about the pro portion that grateful hearts get out of gifts Our children also received private box from this place greatly to their delight My Stephensport work Is truly n pleasant field of labor greatly to be appreciated and greatly appreciated by the pastor A noble people doing a good work and plan ning greater things for our Master They have lately called for half time raised the necessary money and meet their obligations every month And my Irvington church I What shall I say about them Well they have one of their members for pastor He has tried to fill this place for five years and is not tiredfeels that he cant do without them yet There nay be another side to this bat we are not talking about that side now And as to Christmas its all the year only more so in December When they kill hogs the pastor and wife have the same kind of a time nt home And then we find wood at the woodpile that we did not own saw or haul pig in the pen that does not need a rock to it3 tall In order to root and just right for onr slop pot And then we have had tne pleasant thrilling alarm of the turkey in the barn that makes the hunter FOR CHILDREN I Makes teething easyregulates the bowels and stomach stops i ii crying cures summer complaint ii1IIwhile teething His a beyond control Three physiciansE a gave him up Owens Pink Mixture saved his Hie I cannot say enough = It caved our tubr None tennlne without tblsZScand SOc bottles slxnttoreonmrypickue n A Z2 7Zx 7MOIICT blddlaotuIsactorff Pot sample and book free address THE FLOYD MEDICINE CO DETROIT MICHtt Fok FLOYDS DYSPEPSIA TABLETS forlndllreatlonOtableta150c Saonpleand book freeij i Sold by till Druggistsecock Ran and take aim but we shot ours with an ax and finished him another way only adding celery and cranberriesOur Y P U ItIs doing good work and just as sweet as they can bemostly young ladies however they are hoping to take In some young men and thereby strengthen the organization and increase the fel lowship We had the honor of enter taming tins Society during Christmas and our hearts wore made glad as H H Kemper our efficient and honored cashier of the First State BanK of Irvington presented by a neat polished speech a handsome set of silver suup spoons as a pres ent from the B Y P U to pastor and wife Yes I am a happy pas tor and my heart goes out to God the giver of all this wltn a deep feeling of gratitude He has given me the workthe two fields He is giving me ability to do some work for Him is these fields and to Him be all the glory May the Lord bless us and cause us to te laborers together with Hint I feel honored to be able to sign myself J T Lewis Pastor Irvington Ky Western Recorder A VestPocket Doctor Never in the way no trouble to carry easy to take pleasant and never failing in results are DeWitts Little Early Risers A vial of these little pills in the vestpocket is a certain guarantee against headache biliousness torpid liver and all of the ills resulting from constipation They tonic and strengthen the liver Sold by All Drug Co Was Noted For His Strength Chas Braxton a middleaged negro died last Wednesday morning of con sumption after an illness of about nine months His fnneral was preach ed Thursday by Rev Fielding of the African Methodist cnurch and the Interment was in the colored cemetery No near relatives survive Braxton was noted for his physical strength having performed many feats in doing heavy lifting while at worK He was of medium size and weight but was the strongest man in this city and probably in the county State of Ohio City of Toledo Lucas County FranK J Cheney makes oath tint he is the senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney Co doing business in the City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of One Hundred Dollars for each nnd very case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure Frank J Cheney Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this Gth day of Decem ber A D 1880 A W Gleason Notary Public SealHalls Catarrh Cure is taken intern ally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY CO Toledo 0 Sold by Druggists 75o Halls Family Pills are tne best Attracted Much Attention An ice Hoe several acres in area in the Ohio in front of this city attract ed much attention Thursday It was in the middle of the stream but re mained stationary all day although there were no obstructions visible that conld prevent it from moving It is snoposed that it was aground which meant that the ice was about fifteen feet thick Tho ice was die colored soft and rotton and only a few inches showed above the water Domestic Trouble- sIt is exceptional to find a family where there are no domestic ruptures occasionally bat these can DO lessened by having Dr Kings New Life Pills around Much trouble they save by their great work in Stomach and Liver troubles They not only relieve you but cure S5o at Short Haynes Drug Store r ++++HHl+++++++i1++++ SEEDFOR SALE Orchard Timothy and Clover Seed fo sale Twhich I guarantee to be Al wJdd ++++F++++I d lII H14+ 000000000000000 = flamed Norm- alSCHOOL a r Term Beg- insFebruary iiik 23 And Closes June 10 1904yIii F Courses of Study i J Teachers Course 12 00 Preparatory Course 8 00I Money payablein advance Pupils absent one week on jjii account of sickness moneyJtrefunded Good board and furnishedrooms at 2 and i 225 per week For further i particulars addressJ11 r ANDREW DRISKELL PRINCIPAL Hardinsburg Ky J J THIS IS A Presidential Year AND YOU MUST KEEP POSTED T The way to do this Is to reed the WEEKL- YCourierJournal HENRY WATTERSON Editor TWELVE PAGES ISSUED EVERY 1VEDN- ESDAY1eOOyr t i t REVENUE REFORM I fMORALThe COURIERJOURNAL luuii the hit Alminie puollihid Send 35 cult for a copy by nail COURIER JOURNAL CmIrANYJ LOUISVILLE KY j Jrr By a Special Arrangement you can t get th- eBreckenridge r News r and therWEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL Jl both one year for onlyiri 150 Iii ThIs is for cash subscriptions only All subscriptions under this combination offer must i be sent through the Dreckenrldlfe News of= flco Cloyerport Ky It rTT r 4fT X The Breckenridge News r WEDNESDAY JANUARY 27 1004 TOBACCO IN THE YEAR 1904 + The general opinion is that the dark tobacco crop of 1004 will be one of the smallest grown in years in Kentucky This seasons experience with late neason poor tobacco and low prices has tnnght the farmers n valuable lesson and many express their deter minatlon to profit by it In the counties where tobacco is the princi pal crop as in Breckenridgo the small profits this season are not only disheartening and a big financial loss to the farmer but are tending to cripple the trade done by the mer chants especially Iin the small towns l oflI poor crop blame this season out all classes iknow though some may not admit It tnat the buyers combines have had a large hand in causing the wholesale financial suffering connected with the tobacco crop Many expedients are being adopted by the tobacco growers to fight the combines two of which are given in subsequent paragraphs For the tobacco growers of Brecken ridge und adjoining counties to adopt the last one given would not be un wise wo believe Hold for Better Prices A company composed of the far mers of Pooletown near MndisonviJle have organized a company for the purpose of putting up tobacco and holding it until good prices can be secured This company has secured two warehouses and the crops of the county is being stored in these Hood prices are being paid for the crop and it is being put away for future sale Abandon TobacCfKdrowlng At a meeting of the tobacco growers recently held in Webster county fully 80 per cent of the represented acreage decided to abandon tho productioa of the crop in 1004 An article to this effect ws drawn up anti signed to be binding when 75 per cent of the acre age in the dark dhtrict had been pledged by tne growers The following is a grief summary of the article adopted and it is requested that growers in other local ties in the strip district communicate with each other and with the lenders in this movement tending toward a rapid extension and decided express ion of the idea We the undersigned tobacco grow ers do hereby agree to abandon the I an to if to in in of is of at on 1 in man in to his to in of at it to at no of of of on UII to to to on of to is no case of tie or or bo For the nearest or For the or guess zouu For tho third or guess For the fourth or guess 500 For the SCO For tho sixth guess 900 For the nearest or guess lW For tho nearest guess 100 For tho ninth correct i5 For tho tenth guess 50 For the next five or f20 100 tho five or 110 each 50 For the next 28 or J S3 140 For tho 445 or guesses I3 each 493 to 11500 To aid In your we tho Tho total paid May the of the wero total paid May tho of tho were 399430 What bo the total paid May tho first of the St Louis It out guess at It and send In tho of your It may a to Tho will close the before the opens so no Is by In tho result Send the of your or with your to write your name and Dont fall to of the e production of this crop either ally or and dar ing year 1004 that 75 per cent of tno growers in the type of this or some other agreement before 1 1004 The and pleasantest cine I have ever used for indigestion constipation is Chamberlains Stomach says M of Middlecrovo N Y worn like a charm anti do not or have any unpleasant For sale by Haynes Good Roads Convention- The National Good Roads tion is in at Washington this week Mr e Van Pelt is repre senting Kentucky at the convention and will make a of work aone in this for betterment of the year If the Brownlow bill which provides for creation of a Department of Good at the capitol Iit will call for an appropria tion of 8000000 Each State appro priation will be fixed according to area and population in the size of the amounts Kentucky is about sixth the the and off the Cold promo Tablets cure a cold In one day No euro No pay Price 23c IAMMJwLrmftJuiiftinJwLAMuMAwAAMwLmMbYwwlJw r Our Great Profit Sharing Contest IN 1st Prize 5000 2nd Prize 2500 3d Prize 1000 Seven Special Prizes of 50000 Each for Early Estimates Every subscriber to TIlE BRECKKNRIDGE NEWS will have opportunity share in magnificent he wishes participate the Worlds lair Contest which givenThe matter great contest the Paid Admissions during May the first month the Great St Louis Worlds Fair Without doubt the Vorlds hair which will open St Louis May will bo the largest fair ever held the world and and should be interested this great enterprise of this Great Contestrl Every subscriber who remits 100 the regular subscription price for a years subscrip tion TilE BUECKENUIDOE NEWS will receive one certificate which will secure for any prize which estimates entitle him When you send your subscription also send your estimates the total paid admissions the Worlds Fair during May the first month of the Fair your address estimate in the Subscription and mail TilE BRECKENRIDOE NEWS The contest will midnight April 30th 1901 and estimate received that hour will bo allowed Tho official record the Secretary tho Worlds Fair showing tho total paid attendance during May tho first month of the Fair will determine who are entitled to the prizes and the awards will bo by a disinterested committee prominent judges during the first in Tune As this contest will April 30 the before the hair opens all will have equal chance win prizes who estimate wi guess NOW will have a chance a Special and as good a chanco win the Capital of 500000 as tho one who guesses the last day tho contest Tho money pay the prizes deposited in the Central Savings Detroit Michigan and can bo used for other purpose In a that two more estimators are equally correct prizes will divided equally between HERE IS THE OF correct Juess5000nearest correct estimate nearest correct estimate 1000 nearest correct estimate fifth nearest correct estimate or ltuesMnearest correct estimate or seventh correct estimate eighth correct estimate or nearest estimate or JuessMnearest correct estimate or nearest correct guesses each For next nearest correct estimates guesses nearest correct guesses each next nearest correct estimates 1335 prizes amounting Valuable Information forming furnish following figures admissions during first month Worlds Fair 1030037 The admissions during first month Buffalo PanAmerican Exposition will admissions during month Worlds Fair Figure or figures guesses mean fortune you contest day Fair that advantage gained delay es figures estimates guesses subscriptionsBo figures P O plainly take advantage Special Prizes person by oroppers renters the provided export sign similar March nicest medi and ind Liver Melard Craig They gripe effect Short conven session J report the State the roads during the Roads national passes figure being 020000 Stops Cough Works Lnxatlvo 15000 500 Cash Prizes these prizes Great these this Total woman child iConditions him claim Write name and Blank below close after made week close day these Those win Prize just rize Bank them LIST PRIZES estimate second estimates estimates estimates Chicago timating tobacco Tablets annual Quinine every In addition to the foregoing prizes the Special1 Prizes for Early Estimates nII WILL BE PAID For tho nearest correct estimate received before Jan 15 3 500 For the nearest correct estimate received on or titter Jan 15 and before Feb 1 100 For tho nearest correct estimate received on or after Feb 1 and before Feb 15 500 For the nearest correct estimate received on or after Feb 15 and before 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Hardin county was in Frankfort today to wait upon Repre sentative Tabb and hand him a peti tion signed by 1128 persons redding at Vine GrovelStitnton Tip Top and West Point urging the Legislature to ask the Kentucky delegation in Con gress to work for the West Point army post site and also recommending the passage of the Allen Bill providing that no whisky shall be sold at an army site and also the passage of an act relinquishing the jurisdiction of this State over thA land at West Point to be used for army site purposes Mr Tabb says that some of his constitu tents aie opposed to the army post being located at West Point and he will hear from both sides betore de aiding upon what course he shall pursue A Very Close Call I stuck to my engine althongh every joint ached and every nerve was racked with pain writes C W Bellamy a locomotive fireman of Burlington IowaItI was weak and pale without any appetite and all run down As I was about to give up I got a bottle of Electric Bitten and after taking it I felt as well as I ever did in my life II Weak sickly run down people always gain new life strength and vigor from their use Try thorn Satisfaction guaranteed by Short Haynes Price GO cents Praise For Mr llaight We are not in the habit of saying much about conductors in our railroad travels for we find them almost universally gentlemen but we cannot pass over Mr J F Corbit of the Louisville Nashville from St Louis to Evansville Ind and Mr M C Hal ht of the Louisville Henderson St Louis Route These conductors are especially attentive to their duties and the comfort of their passengers Such innn make travel on their trains pleasant and their roads popular The Tribune Rich Hill Mo OASTOaXABeare thelhoKind You Hav9 Always Bought Bignatnie YlJ of dU First Patent Next Month According to a Hawesville paper the Kentucky Plow Fender company of that place will have its machinery in place and be ready to turn out their patent by February 1 Cures Kidney and Bladder Troubles Deep- S ated Cases Aching Back Mucous Discharger Etc For old obstinate deepseated Kid ney Bladder and Urinary diseases take a bottle of Botanic Kidney Speci fib If you have agonizing pains in back swollen legs or abdomen discharges from the uretha neuralgia of the bladder burning sensation or diffi culty in passing water also a frequent desire or even involuntary discharges of the urine Catarrh of the bladder stone Brights disease disagreeable odor of the urine scanty and high colored your kidneys and bladder are diseased Take Botanic Kidney Speci fic Soon all the syptotns disappear discharges ceaseaches in the back dis appear The burning sensation stops and a perfect cure is guaranteed Botanic Kidney Specific gives strength power and health to the kid neys Acts directly on the uric acid and dissolves and destroys it Plea nt to the taste Especially advised for chronic cases that reels all other treatment 1 per large bottle at my store or by express Call or write A R FlsherCloverort Ky Hanna Not a Candidate In an interview last week Senator Thomas 0 Platt of Now york said after a conversation with Senator HannaMr Hanna will not be n candi date nor will he permit the use of his name in connection with the nomination The Best Prescription for Malaria aChllls and Fever lsa butlio of Qrovei Taste less Chill TonlCrUis simply Iron and Qui nIne In a No Cure No Pay Price 50c u p 4 t-J Dalton Marble Works MARBLE AND GRANITE AGENT WANTED DALTON Oft GAII u un n Km THE1J I Fifth Avenue I HOTEL 1 Louisvill Ky l Algrl mIf rateIblocks theatres city- Everything cle- anI su eertfr saeNNN ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROADWi- nteri Tourists Tickets ILA II Southern points HOT SPRINGS points HAVANA Reduced ORLEANS Special trip rates February 1904 Only Line running through i Personally Conducted Ex cursion Sleepers Louisville to CALIFORNIA I MEXICO ARIZONA and I TEXAS n SJOO faI Only one block from the principal fjj shopping district and two from K the principal ft Street cars pass the door to all parts M of the ft neat and A Ar = 3i 3 3 3s r rh N4e now on sale dally to NEW ORLEANS and to other also to ARK and In Texas CUBA Special Rates Dally to April 30 1904 NEW low round account Hard Gras v to IS NEW Special Low One Way and Hound trip Rates In effect to the Southwest on First and Third Tuesdays In each month BEST LINE TO HOT SPRINGS ARKIi For Folders and Descriptive Matter of Cuba and New Orleans Circulars of Lnnds In the South and through tickets apply to nearest address desrrlptlveIII F W HARLOW D P A Louisville eGca Ni iNN4s11NIN NlfINN N NINNiDNNN NNiN Ii First State Bank IRVINGTON KY L W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VicePresident H H KUMPKR Cashier Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited Interest Paid on Time Deposits Nit4blN494 41NNONNMN N NNl 6119N4141NNMlNNII OOONOOOOOOOONOOOONOOON 4+04 + ++ + 4 i Bank of HardinsburgOFFICERS oZ iBF BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier 0 DIRECTORS 0+ Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beard 2 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cants per line Money In advance = Examine tho label on your paper It It 1 Is not correct please notify us When ordering a change In tho address subscribers should give their old as well aLS the ney address EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY JANUARY 27 10WI The News is in receipt of lastt weeks issue of the Monroe Democrat of Mouroe Michigan which devotes a page to an interesting and thrilling account of the bloody River Raisin Massacre when 400 brave Kentuck- Ians were taken prisoners by th British general Proctor and murdered by his Indian allies This wholesale butchery which occured on the 21st and 22nd of the present month ja ninetyone years ago is the bloodiest ana most appalling page in the Meter of the northwest Prof John Clark one ot the pioneer educators of Hancocx county and one of the finest mathematicians of the State died last Wednesday a Lewispqrt at the age of ninety Prof Clark began teaching in Han cock county at Hawesville sixty years ago For sometime he conduct ed Fords seminary near Pellvill- which was an academic school largely attended He was the author of a grammar of the English grammar which ho prepared with care but never published The funeral was s held Thursday and the interment wa in the family cemetery near Lewis port The Right Rev Thomas Under wood Dudley Episcopal Bishop of Kentucky died suddenly Friday afternoon before n physician could be summoned to the Aldrich home 200 Madison avenue New York Bishop Dudley was a great instructor soldie- Iand clergyman and was known andi loved bf thousands of people in Kentucky The news of his death was a great shock thronghout the State The funeral was held in Louisville Bishop Dudley on several occasions had lectured in I the churches of this city and was known to many here wh s were shocked and grieved at hi I death The eyes of all tho world will b turned towards St Louis during the year 1904 Everybody will want to gitI from first hands the news of the greatest Worlds Fair which the world has even seen Our readers ar advised therefore to subscribe for the greatest St Louis newspaper a news paper which acknowledges no equalII or rival in all the West and which stands in the front rank among th3I great newspapers of the world Sub scribe for the St Louis Gloue Democrat and get all the news of th Worlds Fair all the news of all the earth See advertisement elsewhere in this issue THE PROSPERITY OF J1RECKEXRID CO VWTY According to the statements of all the banks in Breckenrdge county the amount of money now on deposit has i follows tank ot Ilartllnsburg10900lirue- kunrldxo Hunk 181 KX M First Stotu Hank 1414141- K I H Sliullmitn C Co SM24 BO Two Status Hunk 21534 44 Farmors Hunk IMO I1- 2Hankof Olovurport 10SCO 5S Bunk of Ulonduunu 1721341I Total 7343784 44j On Jan 1 1800 we had only oneI bank the Breclceuridge with dbposI its of 15192408 Now we have eight with deposits amounting t I J 54878444 showing an increase of j over 800 per cent This is certainly a very creditable showing and one that t we all shonld be proud of It showsI that we are not retrograding but areJI J pushing forward with the balance of the country In fact Breckenridge iis one of the wealthiest counties in theI state according to population TheI I amount of money to her credit per capita on deposit alone is 20780 and when yon include the capital surplus and money in the stockingsI of the people it will amount to as much more Surely when we take a retrospect of the past we ought ttoI J have no kick coming for we are grow ing ricnor every year instead of poor I ereWe have not only got more banks and more money but we have more an better cattle hogs horses mules Our farms are in a better state o 1 cultivation better houses nnd barns better schools and in fact we haveI everything that goer to make lifoI worth the living I To Cure A Cold In One Day Take Iiiixntlvo Bromo QuInlnoTiiljlots All i drucolsts orotund tho money It It fulls to euro E W Orvcs signature icon ouch box STKJ A fortune for an estimate 15001 given away in 500 cash prizes to those making the nearest correct estimate of total number of paid admissions Io the Worlds Fair during the month of May Pay your subscription now un d make your estimate No other paper in this section gives you such ani opportunity to make a small fortune Gen Dan 13 Collier pension agent- d for Kentucky died in Louisville Saturday afternoon at 580 oclock of Brights disease at the age of sixty four Gen Collier was adjutant gen oral under Bradley and Taylor and had been a prominent figure in thi Republican party in this state for ia number of years He is survived by a son and two dangnters Tho burialI was at Lancaster AIRVINGTONI Earl Bennett spent a few days iin LouisvilleIMrs Claycomb has returned from Ohio county Miss Ella Munford entertained the social club last wee- keThos Drury has a position with the First State Bank Mrs Minter spent last week wit friends in Louisville stMrs Harvey White returned from tot Louis last Saturday yMr Bonner was the guest of one of our young ladles Sunday Mr and Mrs Stites left for theIr Dome in Louisville last week Miss Ermine Mnnford who hast been oa the SIck list is convalescent Dr Moreman H H Kemper and others were in Hardinsburg last week Mrs Sadie Yates of Louisville is WilleDent Miss Iva Mudd of Louisville Iis with her parents at Oakland for few days Miss Dollie Claycomb came homes from Brandenburg Sunday for an AX tended visit- Hilliord Biggs has returned from a visit to his sister Mrs Blaine at Stephensport Miss Jennie Moormnn of Owens bore is expected soon to be the guest of Miss Mable McGlothlan Mrs Dave Henry and daughter- r Miss Mary contemplate a visit to Mr Henrys daugnter in Alabama Protracted meeting began here Mon day at the Presbyterian church Rev Graves is assisted by Rev Watson who has been in a meeting here be foreRoland tosment Roland returned in n day or so but Dale remained having secure ed a position Mr and Mrs C F Marshall and daughter Little Ruth and Miss Annie Lee Bandy spent Sunday with Misses May and Blanche Clitycomb ate Basin Springs When Weary of Lif and all its scenes there is every chance that you need a digestive tonic Theies nothing that will put blue glasses be fore a mans eyes quicker than indigestion i Take Walters Peptonlzed tonicseSimply port wine and pepsin both of which your physician will tell you are invnluble to the digestion Patent medicines of unknown for multi are dangerous to experiment with Walthers Peptonized Port will do the work if anything will You can get it of A R Fisher Small size 50 cents large size 100 1James A Moorman III Jas A Moorman a prominent and well todo farmer became suddenly ill Friday at his home at Glendeane ana since then his life has been des paired of Mr Moorman received a sunstroKe about two years ago and he has never recovered from the effect it had on his brain His present ill oldotrouble Dr J L Moorman an onlv broth er of Mr Moorman his sisters Mrs R O Willis and Mrs J T Owen Miss Lula Owen and Dr J T Owen of this city are now at his bedside The last report received here yes terday stated that Mr Moorman is somewhat improved SKILLMAN IV A Pols was in Tohlnsport Tnea day T D Ireland went to Hawesville Monday Born to the wife of Joe MoFall a boy Cloverdport Sunday listfwith lagrippe Will West of the Highland Nursery was here Wednesday W N Scott our telephone mana ger was in town Saturday- J U Jarboe shipped a car load of hav to Cloverport this week Hnginun brothers shipped a car load Nasal CATARRH In all 1U stages Elys Cream Balm cleanses soothes and heals the diseased membrane Itearescatanhuddrlveetsar ftI J Cream Balm li placed Into the nostrils spTestI over the membrane and Is abso t J Relief 111l1m mediate and a cure follows It It not drying doe I not produce sneezing Large Size M cents atDrug KIts or by mall Trial Size 10 cents BLT BROTHERS M Warren Street New York Tueseday Miss Mav Cox of Mangle Ind 1- I 1 visiting her brother Rj E Cox Chester Polk of Tobinsport Ind spent a few days last week the guest of his cousins Virgie and Comma Polk Saved From Terrible Death The family of Mrs M L Bobbitt of Bargerton Tenn saw her dying and were powerless to save her The most skillful physician and every remedy used failed while consumption was slowly but surely taking her life In this terrible hour Dr Kings New tameh despair into joy The first bottle brought immediate relief and its con tinned use completely cured her Its the most certain euro in the world for all throat and lung troubles Guaranteed Bottles 50o and 100 Triali Bottles Free at Short Haynes Drugstore EKRONIl Bob Enson visited his parents last week at Springfield Ky Miss Cora Dowell has been quite SiCk but is much improved Mace Simpson and wife attended church at Hill Grove Sunday i aRev Jimmie Willett is making a prospecting tour through Texas i Mrs Geo Frymire visited her ins ter Mrs lice O wings last week Miss Maud Payne is visiting her sister Mrs Hunter near Brandenburg Dr Sith is out again after being confined to his room a few days with lagrippeMrs of Louisville visited her parents Mr and Mrs Ed Gue dry last week I Frank Richardson left Sunday fo Princeton Ind where he will work in the oil fields Mrs Hardin Richardson and Mrs Bettie Sykes were the guests of Mrs Dutch Richardson Sunday Miss Nellie Childs who is attend ing school in Brandenburg was at home Saturday and Sunday Mrs Dan Roberts and son of West Point were the guests of Mrs Tom Robert Saturday and Sunday Ellilne Brown has returned to his home in Kansas after spending some time with his sister Mrs Duck Du ganMr and Mrs Guedry gave a so cial dance Friday night which was a- very enjoyable affair to all who at tendedMiss Minnie Woolfoltf spent a part of lust week with Miss Nellie Shack let and attended the dance given by Mrs Guedry Drs Jake and Junions Shacklet who are attending the medical school in Louisville spent Saturday and Sunday at homo Miss Mollie Tilford visited the home of Mr and Mrs Emmett Jordon and attended church at Hill Grove Saturday and Sunday Miss Olive Adkission and Miss Lucy Coleman visited the home of Mr and Mrs Henry Adkisson last Tuesday and Wednesday Miss Pearl Shaoklet left Sunday for Stephennburg where she will upend some time studying music nnder the Intorago of her sister Mrs Warner ShackletRev is still in our vicinity but we learn he has declined beat ing here but will locate in Elizabeth town We are very anxious to have him and nis family as citizens of our town and hope yet to see some chance that will make them our neighbors CASTORJAi Beiri theTPe KM You Have Always Bought Signature Y 1of Is Popular at Irvington Irvingtou Ky Jon 2USpecinl Miss Dolly Claycomb of Branden burg came down Sunday night to be at home several days Miss Claycomb is one of Irvingtons prettiest and most popular young ladies and is gladly welcomed here She is now a popular saleslady at the Arcade Brandenburg To Consider Tomato Question Skillman Ky Jan 20Speclal The fariaera here will hold a meet ing this morning to consider tho question of raising tomatoes fcr the J T Polk companys cannery at Cloverport + LODI3URG IGJd French is at Union Star Willie Johnson visited his brother H H Johnson last week Blanche Payne is visiting her sister Mrs H O Keys of Webster George Sketto of Webster tins re Gently moved into our neighborhood Lula Cnshruan is visiting her sister Mrs WInfield Hendry of Raymond Glint Squires visited in Cloverport last week hIS daughter Iva who is ill Miss Pearl Johnson visited her par ents near Garfield one day last weeks Henry Condor who has teen ill for the past four months is not expected to live Messrs Russell Hall and Grover L Severs of Union Star were in this neighborhood Sunday Gola D Grant has returned from Stephensport after a brief visit among relatives and friends Miss Zula D McKaughan of Stephensport spent several days here last weeK the guest of Miss Anna B Grant KIRK Mrs George Mattingly Is on the sick list Born to the wife of Dennie Bheran a fine boy Mrs Lon Jarboe was the guest of lire Sorogglns Wilt Saturday Mr Wheatley from Illinois is visiting her sister Mrs Pots Mr and Mrs Thomas Ryans board ing house Is much improved Call and seeMiss Franc Wbeatley who has been the guest of Mrs Joe Pots is very low with heart tronole Mr and Mrs Scrpggms of Kirk were the guests of Mr and Mrs Dick Bland near Hardinsburg last Satur day and Sunday Give an Entertainment The colored school closed its five month session last week and the pupils under the instruction of Geo Adams the principal gave an entertainment Saturday evening at the colored Methodist church which consisted of dialogues and recitations Goes to California nearrCannelton who has visited the Misses Jarboe of this city and is well Known here left Saturday for California where she will attend college this year F 4 CVLLEYyt I IID BRICK CONTRACTOR jjj Louisville Ky S AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAYour Satisfied for 25 jjYes sir well satisfy your 4appetite for 25c with the best tasting best cooked grub youll find any old place Good juicy beef steak with E gravy good bread coffeoEE deserts andanything you want for 25c = 4When you come to town = como to us well give you a 33good dinner and let site = by our fire in a comfortabloEE chair Wo are glad to have 33you come I1 Well be ready you with a house full of hospitality and plenty to eat Home Restaurant 33Cloverport Ky- VYYYYYYYYYYVYYYYYYYYYYYYY Sour StomachNoness headache constipation bad breath ofthecures Indigestion This new discovery repre theyexistwiththereconstrucUvlproperlles only cure Indigestion and dyspepsia but this troublOJbystrengthening the mucous membranes llnlnr the stomach Mr S S MI ot asyesraoodol Kodol Digests What You EatBottles only trialsizePrepared by E O DeWITT A 00 OHIOAQO Sold by nil Druggists KIDNEYS AILING Are you troubled with weariness swell IIIlag ot the feet and ankles nerrousnew shortness of breath ot bebladder i and In the small ot the back t Welltonderftl oven It you have tried medicInes wltnout benefit Other sufferers wbo have been similarly disappointed have afterward found health and strength In Dr Thachersy Liver and BloodrSyrup Tho Road to Good Health II and yon can too Just toad the experience of Mr H O Griffith Arnoldsvllle Go and you will be convinced that what wo claim for this remedy Is true I hen had kldncr and bladder trouble uffrlnjf a mat deal wtthj ln In mr bowels and In de mill of my back I could not red at night and tot up Try morning with the batkacb I took two bottles of yor Llrer an Blood 8 PaD4 now i am enttrA ire from pain Your mullein It alt you claim II to be and 1 amgta 10 eroommeodlLoWa otW wSIIm11ar 1NBYQOBIYf1IStraoldttt11e0- zWont you rely upon the testimony of a man who has suffered as Mr Arnold has and try it too Your dealer has It Dry form ra cents Liquid form 60 cents and SlOO Sond us twocent stamp for sample bottle and write our Ooneultatlon Department for tree confidential advice THAOHER MEDICINE COMPANY Chattanooga Tenn 1 o NOTICE TAXPAYERS I have promised some to notify them before I was COM PELLED to have their tuxes So I take this means of tell ing all persons owing taxes to got ready to settle I i have it Now I am going to give you the remainder ofmustIImonth to get readythat is collect up your money this month be ready for you will be visited and your monoy l1must come You cant put off death when the time comes and it is said only death and taxes are certain I am dealing fair with ill I dont need your money personally but tho man I owe does need his Now if your property is adver tised who is to blame Respectfully H M Beard D S D CVFirst and Sixth Districts 9 + 4oemera omese + o eeo We will Sell at Public Sale Wednesday Feb 10 1904 The Following Described Property TOWit One Span Mules 2 Head Horses One Mule and One Horse Colt 2 years old 11 Head of Hogs and Shoats 16 Head of Cowseand Calves Farm Implements Household and Kitchen Furniture The sale will takeii place on B C Dieckmans farm near Hazel Dill on Falls of Sinking and Hardinsburg Road at 10 oclock Terms will be madeJknown on date of saleRespectfully t B C Dieckman J H Parson eo y ow r ow r r ow r srrGoodClothes Clothessaid Good StaI tiorv ery r r r r wJudge i1 by his face The saying holds good on some occasions but when a man applys it 365 days in the year ho finds himself a lloser in tho end So it is withcheap stationery Cheap clothes and cheap stationery havo about tho same deadening effect on u mans business Before you got your good little wify you put on your best duds and everything else you had gOod when you called on her simply be cause you woro after the best and of course used tho best in your pos session and power to got the best It is tho same way with business if you want the best you must go after it with tho hestthe best stationery Like wo turn out for instance If swturninform you Thanks to you forIreading thisbut if you willabide by its meaning it will be mutually profitable BRECKENRIDGE NEWS Cloverport Kyl J iIL = 4 i So Tired14 t litIt may be from overwork but the chances are its from an ln active LIVER =P PWithI a well conducted LIVER i one can do mountains ef labor I without fatigue a It adds a hundred percent to ones earning capacity II s sItcaa bo kept in healthful action by and oaly b- yTutts11- ff Pills TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JANUARY 27 1001 fitforget the oyster supper- Si cans corn for 25 tenth at Brownsj jji Hot lunches 10 to 26oEnglish Kitchen Fred Ferry was in Hardinsburg i SundayJesse r Walls of Sample was in tow Saturday i Jas Doathitt Tfts up from Hawes vine last Wednesday 1YensI 50o underwear 25c this wee i iBabbage Son Roland Smith of Sfephensport was it town Saturday Tobacco won say our lunches areI 1 good English Kitchen jOwensboroj 1 FMetropol1tanJ 4 rJ Sixtyfive bbls of Snow Flake flour t at the old price at Browns iJ AeMr McCracken of Louisville F was In the city last Wednesday P RiB Pierce returned Friday from a visit to relatives at Fort Worth i FoxiJ 1847 Roger Bros silver knives andI r forks spoons and hollow ware LewisI f Ball r Jas Cordrey was at Elizabethtown T last week visiting his mother and sisterWm Reid of Bucyrns O arrived in the city Wednesday to visit hisI brother Mayor L T Reid Jesse Weatherholt was in Owens i boro Thursday and Friday to see oneI his children who wqs sick ffofMiss Lee Board of Holt has re j j ied home after an extended visit I to Mrs J T Goxf at Hen er o- nT Ferry has tfeen laId = ioil froml tt theL H St L shops for several weeks on account of an injured finger 1 k Mrs Matilda Mattingly of Rar VJ mond and Mrs Vina Robertson of k Union Star were the guests of the formers daughter Mrs S E Wilson last week AJi RUTSr f r The walking sick what a crowd of them there and Persons who are thin andl fenoughfl Chronic cases thats 4what the doctors call them FEnglishFf To stop the continue- loss of flesh they need Scotts Emulsion For the theVY It makes new flesh an tt gives new life to the weak f system cotts Emulsion gets F thin and weak persons out jf of the rut It makes new I rich blood strengthens the I nerves and gives appetite It for ordinary food t Scotts Emulsion can be taken as Ilong as sickness lasts and do good all the timeTheres new strength 1 and flesh in every dose We will be glad to send you a few doses free Be lure that this picture In the form of a label is on the of every bottle of Emulsion you buy SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St N Y SOc and SI1 1 all druggists k Oyflteranpper Friday night I Close prices on coffee at Browns Spectacles to salt the eyeLewls Ball R O Willis spent last week in Louisville 3 cans of Polks tomatoes 25 cents at BnwnB Heavy decline in beans 4 cents per pound at Browns Dorst Musterson of Stephensport was in the city Sunday I Sixty barrels of salt at 110 per barrel at Browns Born January 10 to the wife of S E Wilson a daughter Ladies Home Journal for February on BaleJ D Babbage Ladies 350 skirts going at 150 this weekBabbage Sun Hot and cold lunches night And day 10 to 25c English Kitchen Miss Ella Smith has returned from A visit to relatives in Owensboro When wanting anything in tho way of a watch call on Lewis Ball Carl Llshen who has been sick for several days is able to be out again Twenty years your jewelers and watchmakers speaks for itself Lewis Ball Miss Adelia Moorman returned atnHftvreirille A thrilling hairraising story one of the good features of Feb Pearson J D Babbage Wm Bled and Miss Frances Smith spent Sunday in Unenaboro with Mrs S S Watkins Evan Royalty and Robt Ball of Hardinsbnrg were down Sunday visiting friends All of our lOo edging laces and insertions Co per yard for cash this week Babbage Son MlBB Ray Heysor was given a sur prise party at her home Friday even ing by the younger set Oyster supper at Oelzos hall Friday sight Oysters lunch and chocolate served by Baptist church Mrs J D Brashear came down from Louisville Wednesday to be with her husband J D Brasbear School teachers who purchase candy at the olose of their school term should call on ns for prices Babbage Son Mr and Mrs Harry White and children of Irvington were the guests of Mr and Mrs J G Harris Sunday Capt and Mrs Marion Ryan who have been hero several weeks visiting relatives returned Modnny to Louis ville Dr William Howard of Mattlngly was in the city Saturday en route to Salem Ind to visit his brother D- rSB Howard Skill always asserts itself and wherever it exists its value is in de mand and never has to hunt quarters elsewhereLewis Bull jewelers Miss Mary DeJernette of near Hardinsbnrg was in the city Wed nesday and Thursday the guest of Miss Eliza Squires while en route to Lewisport Jf1 M Fisher of Nashville toll lino and traffic manager for the Cumber land Telephone and Telegraph compa ny was in the city Saturday on an inspecting tour 128 live full of interest features in Feb EverybodysJ D Babbage lLouisville Tobacco Market Reported by Homo Tobacco Co Louisville Jan 22 There terial change In tho market duringthe wok In spite of tho largely Increased oiforlims While tho quality of tobacco offered at our warehouse was considerably above tho average tho general offerings on the market ftardly tobaccodIlultolargo1903 CROP HURLEY DARK Red Colory Rcthlg Export Trash 3 Q3H m 5 2 i 546d 24t 3 K Mdm Lugs 5 II m 34 Good Lugs 6y 854101 3 3 Com Lf sht 7 6 7 3 3 Common Lent 7 7 C8 4 Iii 4 Medium Leaf wasM 8 10 114 4 Good Lent 1 10llM 1012 5 5 7 Kino Selecfns UK13Hll2 IMi IT 7 411 FRYMIRE Johnny Claycomb has moved to the date Brown place to farm this year Miss E Gertrude Allen loaves today for a visit at Irvington Ekron and Louisville v Mr and Mrs C 0 graham and Miss Sigler of Louisville were guests of Mr Dick Popham Sunday Miss Ida B Wheeler and her broth er Morton Wheelerof Louisville visit ed at J W Burrs Sunday evening Mr Hnmbext formerly of Indiana who has recently moved to this corn inanity seems to be an industrious np to date farmer and we are glad to have him for our neighbor Mr Dodson a new citizen ot this place formerly of Perry county Ind is trying to organize a farmers in surance company The farmers are taking vita the idea end if Mr Dod son succeeds it is thought the compa ny will benefit them greatly RLLNewsoms COLUMN Now my friends I advise you not to read the following list if you expect to hold on to your money as the tempta tion will be very great to invest it in SOme of the bargains offered What is the use of always renting property when you can buy I haeIseveral pieces of property which I paid for themselves three times I shall take pleasure in driving you around and showing you the city property i2000NoNo 4 Lot and house Oglesby Avenue 1000INo 5 Lot and house Eustland I No 0 Lot and house Oak street 800 No 7 Lot and house Fourth street 800 No 8 Lot and house Huston street 500 No 9 Lot and house Third and Center 500 No 10 Lot and house Hurdlns Creek 500 Non Lot First street 500 No 12 Lot and house Short Lino R R 400 No 13 Lot and house Oak street 350 Null Four pasture tots 300 No 15 Toll gate house 300 Not6 Lot and house River street 300 No 11 Lot and house River street 300 i No 18 Lot and house Wall street 300 No 19 Lot and house Oak street 275 No 20 Lot and house Eastland 20 No21 Lot and house Eustland 230 No 22 Lot and house Center street 300 Nol Lot Wall street 2su- No24 Lot Wall street 220 No 25 Lot and house Walnut street 200 No 2t1 Lot and house 81 Hardln 200 No 27 Lot and house Center street 15 No 28 Lot and house Center street 175 No 20 Lot and house Chestnut street 123 No 30 Lot Fifth street 75 No 31 Lot Ed Pate Fifth street 150 f Nor Lot Ed Pate corner Chestnut 75 No 33 Lot on Sbort Line It n 100 I No 34 Lot near Sam Dean 75 No 35 Lot near Mary Dean 15 No 36 Lots Z Center street 150 No 37 Four acres Bishop Hill 250 No 38 Lot 1 acre and Section House 175 No 39 Lot Oak street near Sanders 150 No 40 Lot and house Third street 250 No 41 Farm 96acres and house 800iNo 42 Farm 100 acres and house tIOOII No 43 Farm 52 acres on Pike 300 I No 44 Farm 32 acres and house on pike 200 No 45 Woodland es acres 275 No 46 Woodland 70 acres 300 No 47 Woodland 92 acres 400 No 48 Woodland 72 acres 315 No 49 Three building lots Ilm street SOOI No 50 One acre and stone quarry on plko I No 51 One and onehalf acres of ground at Toblnsport Ind enclosed by good wire fence und well set In blue grass Has 2ntory residence of 7 rooms with hull portico and porches goodburnand well of neverfalling water Prc 1200 ORDER BY NUMBER- I also have an Austin Stone Crusher with 12horse power Eclipse Frick Engine which 1 will dispose of on reasonable terms Good elevator attached and all suitable appliances for making good roads Can crush stone as fast as two men can feed it and can be set to crush it into dust Engine power sufficient to run a saw mill Come to It L Newsom if you want Deeds Mortgages Agree upinformpapers that will stand be foio any legal tribunal lIe also arts as Notary Public countyAttention out and certifying of Pension Certificates New Telephone Line The new telephone line bean built from Union Star to Hardlnabnrg by the farmers residing along tne route will be completed this week When this line is completed Union Star will have connections with Sample Stephensport Amtnons Rhodelia and other neighboring towns all by privnte lines and independent of the Cumberland and Home telepnone com panics On all the lines there are nearly 100 telephone boxes Relief for Childre- nIt is not often that a publisher has the opportunity to investigate very clodely the merits of articles adver tised in his columns It IB with pleasure therefore that we refer our readers to that most invaluable relief for all childrens diseases Owens Pink Mixture which will be found illustrated iu another column This remedy is the formula of a famous old doctor and has been on the market for more than twenty years It is pleasant nnd perfect in its cure contains no opiate 01 narcotic We are also pleased to say that this reme will be found on sale in both 25 and and COo bottles byAll Druggists Among the Sick Airs Price Graham has been quite sick tne past week The condition of Mrs Jeff Hawk Ins of Tobinsport who has been sick fo several weeks remains unimprov edThe condition of Mrs W L Mc Oracken shows no improvement Miss Mary Uglesbv is among the SICK this weeK Mr Geo Oglesby is very ill at his home on Green river anjL E B Oglesby of this city his brother is at his bedside NMrs Mollie MoCracken who has peenquito ill is slowly improvcing 9 Likes Kentucky Best Phoenix Ind Jan 7 l 04Mr J D Babbago Dear Sir You will find enclosed 100 for a years sub scription to the Breakenridge News- I was born and reared in Brecken ridge connty near Union Star and nave often been in Cloverport Wo live in northern Indiana This in a beautiful part of the State but I lave the hills of old Kentucky the best So please send me the News which I wish success t Yours truly Mrs Callis Shrowsberry Waits m 1 JAdvertisements inserted under this head at ono coat a word per week WANTED WANTEDA firstclass Jersey cow thor not over 6 years old J JTllforif Fordsvllle Ky IIAxEFOR diningroom ofllco WANTED RANTED Tlireo men to soil fruit trees on weeklyII1ghland IOU HALE FOR PALE Farm of 43 acres just outsldo limits of CloTer Ort Improvements onoe room cottage Apply to J II Rowland agent at post ollice WANTED HpO sell 1500 2ytar nun Davis applo trees 1 big and little at 5c Also 23003 year trees different varieties at 4c to bo delivered at Cloverport Send for list of varieties 3year trees HIGHLAND NDIISXHT Cloverport Ky HOW TO KEEP YOUR TROUSERS NEAT SEND me c In coin or stamps and I will how to keep your pants pressed without trouble or cost to you I fully explain how It Is doneit costs you nothing to do It Send today so you win always have your trousers looking neat Address J D P O Box 39 Cloverport WANTE- DWANTEDTrustworthy Lady or Gentle In this county and adjoining territory for house of solli financial standing 12000 straight cash sal I aryand expenses paid each Monday direct from headquarters Expense money ad vanced position permanent Address Man ager 605 Monon Bldg Chicago FOR HALE on head Shorthorn and Polled Durham cows and heifers To reduce my herd will sell any of above cattle very low They all nest class animals 1 also have for 4 deep red young Polled Durham bulls 15 months old weight 1000 IDS price too L Green alls of Rough Ky HONEY TO LOAN LIFE Insurance Policies bought for cash or on at low rates Call on or write o JNO P HASWELL JB Attorney at Uw Hardlnsburr Ky FOR SALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting machines lot of good Laundry machines Also now and secondhand Gar and Gasoline Engines MARTIN GABLE Sit 3rd Street Louisville K- yBerkshire and Be PIRocks FOR SALE Large English Berkshire Hogs and Barred Plymouth Rock Chickens Ben Holt 00747 EICKIIInJOHN P FOSTER No ro V Ohio CoKy Farming in the South Tho Pnssengt r Department of tho Illinois Central Railroad Company Is Issuing monthly circulars concerning fruit growing vegetable gardening stock raising dairying etc In the States of Kentucky West Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana Every Farmer or Homoseeker who will forward his name I and address to the undersigned will1 bo mailed free Circulars Nos 1 to 10 Inclusive and others us they arts published from month to month L Iii ST L TIME TABLE EAST ROUND No 48 Dally Fast Train loaves Cloverport 507 AM stops at West Point only arriv es at Loulsvlllo715 A M No 42 Daily Mull and Express leaves Clo 041 A 5L stops at nil way stationsarrives Louisville 12151 M No 44 Dully Stall and Express leaves Clo verport 443 PM stops at all way stations ox copt Pierce Arrives Louisville 710 P M WEST BOUND 41 Dallyfct Louis Mall ami Expressgloaves Clovoriiort 10011 AII arrives Evans vlllo 1350 PM arrives St Louis 711 111 stops only at Huwesvlllc Lowlsport Powiirs SpottsvllloBasketsNo 43 Evansvlllo Shut and Express leaves Clovcrport 735 PM Stops atall way stations Arrives at Evansvllle 1030 P M No 45 dally St Louis fast train leaves Clo vorport 1048 P M arrives Evansville 1 20 A M St Louis f20 A 51 stops lit IIllwesvlllo Owensboro and Henderson only Dallyleavesstations Arrives at Evansvlllo 000 a m Returning leaves Evansville at 530 p m- arrhes at ulovurport 830 p m Trains Nos 41 42 43 and 44 mako connec tion at Irvlngton for Fordsvllloovery day ex cept Sunday Trains 41t 43 and 44 make con nection on Sunday for Fordsvlllo train Thruogh coaches on trains 41 44 45 und 40 Parlor cars on trains 41 42 43 and 44 Through sleepers on trains 45 and 40 Free reclining chair cars between Loulsvlllo and Lt Louis on trains 45 und 46 Loses a Fine Horse Miss Minnie Hoyle of Union Star lost 1a tine saddle and harness horse Sunday afternoon while taking R C Richards on of Louisville and C M MoQlothlan of Union Star to Sample to meet the evening eastbound train She was driving the animal near the depot at Sample when it fell dead in the harness u NNYMi NN NisBeef Steak andGravy Gravybinkes strongand helps to keep you warm Dont let tho fads run IputtingIof a good hoof steak I plenty of gravy andII i makes bono merit ji you so strong that work I is play Start tho day h one of my iirjghtfJ steaks for and itll end I rig- htIFredi May iiThe Butcher Man Ky lil tiMtlt 88l 9tifittHtNN tM t Why olNOLTESj The nutshell answer to the questioni is because at our store people can i save money i isiiAt our store the crowd of money saving judicious buyers steady Every day women and men come to our store for tbe sake of saving money which they do For instance nt present we have some odd lots of remnants on the counter which we marked down way below their real value to make room for our spring stock and such selfsame bargains prevail throughout our entire store and that is why crowds of buyers come to Noltes day after day Come Inow wont you and join this crowd of moneysaving buyers Its to your interest Start tom- orrowJOCNOLTEBRO i MASONIC TEMPL- ECLOVERPORT KYiiI M41e eteeee0 ie e ee4Neetete041 See you joined to tho army of rood bakers using = m Cadicks Gold Dust Flour Theres economy and cleanliness for every family whose bread rolls and biscuit are home made Health and = strength is added when you ba ke with CADICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR = All grocers sell it Milled from = choice Lon berr Red Wheat by Cdick Milling CoGRANDVIEW IND The Breckinridge Bank9 Cloverport Ky Capital Stock 45100 Surplus 7000 Incorporated Organized In 1872 W H BOWMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier DR F L LIGHTFOOT VTres 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 IIMPROVEMENTS Interest paid on time deposits uAAAAAeAAAAA teeeteeee a Hive YouSubscribed or Renewed 3 so I P is ono one 50 t i t 27 a Ky Jan 21 Mr D Dear Sir you tor 1 to pay for the It seem we do it It is a anti news It is what we want and we get when we for the iifOi eteeeeeetetaeeeeeeteete Please send mo for ono year Sows and Life for which I lnalaso S Name E lostolnco n F D No tP- Cul oil this Corner and k 3 3Your Subscription to the p 1 Breckervridge Newst If not before the E offer to give Eee FARM LIFE s One year free withevery yearly subscription withdrawn P Breokonridge News year 100 Farm Lifo year Il E1t0EE sOur price for both v 100 tCut out ntd mail Coupon- stoday New Subscriptions or Renewals TTTTTTVTTTTVTTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVTt For Years Subscriber Bewloyvllle 1004 J Babbage Enclosed will fiDel check Breokenridge News tnat cannot without clean sheet contains good county sign News thu- Breekonrldgo Parm State MIITod E better do what May it live long and prosper is my wish Yours trulyM Payne New Postmaster at Webster Webster Ky Jan 20Specinl Holll s Drane has received the ap pointment of postmaster here vice ProS P Parks resigned Y t r It r w u 2 7 ra I- MINTONE CUREFRACHEfl 4G8ru THE ONLY LIQUID REMEDY ON THE MARKET THAT IS t PLEASANT TO TAKE HARMLESS SAFE AT ALL TIMES AND FOR ALL PEOPLE CURES NEURALGIA NERVOUS HEADACHE DIZZINESS SICK HEADACHE OR HEADACHE FROM ANY CAUSE INSOMANIA ETC CURES BECAUSE IT REDUCES INFLAM MATION QUIETS THE NERVES AND CORRECTS THE STOMACH PRICE 25C FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS NPtw a aae1 A A lEOU4 M1 1 MiPV wV YW The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JANUARY 27 1004 MILLIONS FOR GOAT SKINS CHANCE FOR TilE FARMER A new industry in offering itself to the farmers and manufacturers of the United States Tne fact that twenty five million dollars worth of goat skins are now annually imported into the United States and that our enter prising manufacturers are now obliged to send halfway around the world for a large share of them suggest- that the farmers of tho country haven great opportunity to put a larg e share of this sum into their own pockets and that the entire sum maybe divided between our producers and manufacturers Importations of goat- skIns into the United States now amount to about twentyfive mIllion dollars per annum and a large share of these are brought from India China Arabia and southeastern Rus- SIa The increasing popularity of cer tain classes of kid leather for foot wear as well as gloves has greatly I increased the demand for goatskins iin the United States within recent years In 1885 the value of goatskins import ed was about four million dollars by 1800 it had grown to nine millions by 1808 it was fifteen millions In 1100 it was twentytwo millions and in 1008 in round numbers twenty five millions The farmers of the United States are apparently waking no effort to reap any part of tins golden harvest for themselves The census of 1000 showed the total num ber of goats in the United States to be less than two million in number and when it is understood that the skins of probably twenty million goats were required to make the twentI five million dollars worth imported last year Iit would be seen that the supply from the United States couldI have formed but a small share of the total consumption Yet the fact that a large share of onr supply of this important import comes from India China France ana Mexico suggests that there are large areas in the United States which might produce goats successfully aria in sufficiently large numbers to supply the entire home demand Harpers Weedy Bradley for Roosevelt Former Governor W O Bradley announced last week that he is a can didate for delegateat large to the National Republican convention de claring that the stands for the nomi nation of President Roosevelt first last and all the time and that the administration of President Roosevelt has been wise courageous and patriII otic and the Republican party can not afford to and will not repudiate him Hearing for Tobacco Bills Washington Jan 21The House Committee on Ways and Means will grant a hearing February 4 on several bills tor the relief of tobacco growers The general proposition is to remit the customs tax to growers who stem and twist their own tobacco Get the Most Out of Your Food You dont and cant if your stomach is weak A weak stomach does not di gest all that is ordinarily taken into it j It gets tired easily anti what It fails to digest is wasted Among the signs of a weak stomach are uneasiness after eating fits of ner vous headache and disagreeable belch ingI have taken Hoods Sarsaparllla at different times for stomach troubles and a run down condlMon ot the system and have been greatly benefited by Its use I would not be without It In my family I am trou bled especially In summer with weak stom ach and nausea and tlnd Hoods Sarsaparilla Invaluable E B HICKMAN WChester 1a Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Strengthen and tone the stomach and the whole digestive system i r A yP w w WV VVVWV Kentucky for Roosevelt Washington DC Tau21 Nation al Committeeman John W Yerke will reach Louisville this afternoon and remain there Friday and Saturday Yesterday afternoon he had a long interview with the President and while he declined to discuss it the situation in Kentucky was fully die cued When asked what he thought would be the attitude of delegates from this State in the National con vention Mr Yet kes replied- I have recently met a number of gentlemen from Kentucky and had ninny letters from Ropuolican thssame opinion that I have held for th past fcnr monthsthat the delegates both from district and tho Stateat large will be for the renomlnation of President Roos5velt and that instruct tions will be given in the district and I I State conventions to that end Mr Yerkes said he thought the con vention to choose delegates would beheld probably in the early part or middle ot April He is a candidate for reelection as National Committee man Cures Blood and Skin Diseases Itching Humors Eczema Scrofula Etc Send no money simply write and try Botanic Blood Balm at our ex pense A personal trial of Blood Balm is better than a thousand printed testimonials so dont nesitate to write for a free sample If you suffer form ulcers eczema scrofula Blood Poison cancer eating sores itching skin pimples boils bone pains swellings rheumatism catarrh or any blood or skin disease we advise you to take Botanic Blood Balm B B B Especially recom mended for old obstinate deepseated cases of malignant blood or skin dis eases because Botanic Blood Balm B B B kills tho poison in the blood cures where all else fails heals every sore makes the blood pure and rich gives the skin the rich glow of health B B B the most perfect blood purifier made Thoroughly tested for 80 years Costs 1 per large bottle at drug stores To prove it cures sample of Blood Balm sent free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and free medical advice sent in sealed letter This is an honest offer medicine sent at once prepaid Local People Raise Lemons Mrs A R Fisher and Mrs Mary taitt of this city each have a lemon tree that has recently borne fruit Both trees are about three feet high with the maIn stem half an inch in diameter Recently two lemons were picked from the tree owned by Mrs Raitt and four from that owned by Mrs Fisher The larger of the two lemons weighed seventeen ounces and the largest of the four weighed tairteen ounces The fruit is perfect in shape soft of a beautiful yellow color and very fragrant To Figure in a Novell Logan C Murray yesterday received from A C Quisenberry of the War Department an inquiry in regard to William Logan Crittenden who was a halfbrother of Mr Murray Crittenden was a participant in the Lopez expedition to free Cuba which went out from New Orleans in 1851 He was shot at the head of fifty Amer Icans most of whom were KentncK ans They were taken prisoners by the Spanish and were required to kneel when the fatal shots ware fired It was Crittenden who refused to kneel saying A Kentuckian kneels only to God Mr Qnlnsenberry will write a Kentucky novel in which Crittenden will iKure Thursdays Courier Journal Real Estate Transfers Oscar Pate to 0 A Adkisson 220 acres of the Dhonan farm three miles from town Consideration 3000 C W Moorman to Gardner Agnew noose and lot for 500I w- NEWS W TT If AND COMMENTON TOPICS By Mrs H II Grlnnell We can think of notning in all the wide world more helpful in the way of charity than Hope Halls estab lished by Mrs Babbington Booth homes open for those who are in need after they have been released from priiion until they can find a place toI work Every friend of humanity should beinterested in such a cause Just think of how abjectly hopeless and nelpless a convict is when Ine leaves his cell He feels degraded and eneformerehaunts are the only paths open to him BO he often returns to crime and them to prison walls again Such men are often unjustly imprisoned born with out homes untaught in religion more sinned against than sinning they ar weak not so bad perhaps and they can all be touched by love interest cnari ty In these Hope Hallssnch men learn what home is and learn tha- there are good people whO are interested in procuring them worn and assisting them to live right and com mence life over If any woman on earth will have an extra star in he crown it will be Mrs Booth The Volunteer Prison League is doing an excellent work in which men are helped to help themselves All such people make us believe in true relig ion which is to help one another and to go out and seek the lost How many do its- Congress the President and all the people have Cuba on the brain and that reminds me that about a year ago there was great fear that the new republic might devote itself more to visionary ideals and the squabbles of small politics than to practical affairs That fear has been considerably allayed and President Palma we remember had a great deal to do with it by his evident devotion to the prosperity idea California seedless oranges he was anxious to have cultivated there and he believ nl the cultivation would be successful He was anxious to restore the cattle industry to the condition in which It was before the war He favored en couragement to the rubber and cotton industries I nave not kept pace to know how President Palma came out with his purposes But such evidences of practicality in government struck the American people tavorably The Cu ban congress like some other con gresses we Know evinced a disposition to devote itself mainly to the game of politics But anyhow to sum it all- DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the news papers Is sue to know of the wonderful made by Dr SwampRoot kidney remedy the great medl of the century dis after years of research by the kidney and specialist and is wonderfully promptly curing lame back kidney uric acid trou bles and Brlghts which is the worst form of kdney Dr Kilmer s is not rec ommended for Thocures if you have kid ney liver or It will be found Just the remedy you 1 t has been tested In so many ways In work in private practice among too poor to pur chase relief and so successful In every case a arrangement has been made by of this paper who have not it may have a sample bottle sent mall also a book telling more about and how to find out If you have bladder When writing thisgenerous offer In this paper send your address Dr Kilmer Co I hamton N Y liver nine Kilmer emi blad that trouble SrampRooCdollar Dontmake any mistake but remember the name SwnrapRoot Dr KIllmcrM Swamp Hoot and the address Binghamton N Y on every bottle Trial Bottle Frei rt t Price 25c1For Sale by Short Haynes JttL1IIftIU wwew up in a nutS AU Uncle Sam may felicitate hiinselt upon the fact that he found that island unhealthy and left it healthy he found her without an adequate system of charities and hospitals and he left her n well estab lished one he found her without schools and he left her with a good school law a good school system estab lished he found the island filled wIth beggars and with empty treasury he left Iit without beggars and its people with enough to eat and with are serve of about a million and halt dollars in the treasury She had no knowledge of popular elections und she had not electoral law Uncle Sam has given her both The insane of that new republic had no systems tictreatment whatever and were caged up like animals They are now in one large hospital under the best available treatment Her prisons were horrid averageeprisons of this country The sanitary supervision is good throughout the island Many many other things have thetcredit of President Palma General Wood and the nonlo band of men who fought side by side to help him and his predecessors in the regeneration of shouldrgo out to the people of the United States in fullest measure and ii Cuba ever in the remotest hour of the remotest century to come forget this service then will she be guilty of an ingratitude which is inconceive able and she should be likened only to that of an ingrate who forgot a ben efactor that came in an hour of sore need The Chicago Tribune says the day is coming when the map of North America will be all red white and blue No man can tell the day or the hour but come it will I suppose that bears on Canadian annexation to the United States It is a live tops in the papers on this side of the bor der but the papers in Canada or ex tracts from them do not seem to have seriously thought ot it Ve appear to nave a monopoly of the annexation sentiment The St Louis Globe Democrat remarks that neither the present Canada England nor the United States can prevent the coming severance and coalition Others are free to predict that some day the United States and Canada may be one We all know that the average Ameri can and the average Canadian have many points in common and both countreis would be stronger if united But need it not disturb us just at pres ent for the union is by no means im minent For so far we cannot see that Canada manifests any desire for cinnexatK n There are many points ol difference between our respective laws and institutions If our opinion goes for anything It would be that Canada will remain loyal to the mother country She may someday drop off her political union with Great Britan but if she does she will become an independent power and before long the Canadians will see that this Alaskan boundary dispute line really been settled in the onlv way that could insure tranquility in the futureThe task ot putting the Chinese ounence upon a gold basis seems to- be desirable but somewhat difficult main Japan Slam tho Philippines the Streits Settlements and Indo ChIna have all adopted the gold stand ard So it is a matter of vital concern to the great commercial nations to have a stable ratio of exohange with China and it is worth the trial any how The extremo fluctuations of silver during tho last few years have almost paralyzed trade between China and the gold standard countries to it seems that China should come to her senses and Help Great Britain and Russia In the task For a bad taste in the mouth take a few doses of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Price 25 cents Warrented to cure For sale by Short Haynes t G s H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDlNS8URO KY Will practice his profession In all of the Courts of Breckenrldpo and adjoining counties Special attention given to collecting road cases and criminal pructlco License to practice In United States District Courts Office over Bank of iiardlnsburg 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE 1 TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS IeAnyonoending a sketch and description may ascertain our opinion anquickly mmnnlca- IoneetrictlyconadenttalSAND BOD on tatenjwtenU Patents taken A Co receive tptclal notice without charge lathe Scientific Jlm rita A handsomely Illustrated weekly Largest clr cnlatlon of any identlBo Journal Terms 13 a NiUNNrCo38 Sold by rNewYork Branch Office 25 F BU Washington D Co Cloverport Planing Mill GREGORY 6 CO Prop LUMBERDOORS DOORSSASH BLINDS DOOR AND WINDOW SCREENS SHINGLESLATHS LATHSLIME BRICK CEMENT ROOFING ETC Correct Dress for Men If we make your suit this fall you can depend on CORRECTNESS OF STYLE EXCELLENCE OF TAILOR ING RELIABILITY OF FABRIC J H Hunsche With Casper May h Co Cannelton Ind Moredock Case Compromised It will be remembered by her friends in this city that Mrs Virgil Wilson nee Clara Moredock Jbrough t suit about n year and a half ago against J D Kirby former manage of the five and ten cent store of J M Kirby Co in Louisville She was a saleswoman in the store and sued Kirby for alleged slander claiming that he had charged her with having stolen several sums The suit wa originally for 10000 ana upon ItS first trial the plaintiff was awarded 2000 damages A second trial so cured by Kirby resulted in n 3009 verdict Owing to Kirby leaving the State judgment could not be forced Then a suit for 15000 damages was brought against J M Kirby Co and also a suit against Kirby to en force judgment Both actions were transferred to the Federal court where they were not pushed Thursday the whole affair was settled While the litigation was in progresss the defendants offered to give 750 as- a I compromise but this was refused It is understood that the amount oi settlement was less than this sum CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature 71of Meets with Opposition Rev L M Kinard formerly pastor of the A M E Zion church of tys city butnow of Qwenpboro who Is trying to establish a home for old Colored people in Owensboro is mtJottngwith some opposition from his fellows who have grown jealous- of his success and oppose him as a collector 0 lit V G BABBAGE AttorneyatLawPUBLIC p Many years experience in sot tling estates All collections reas onableCloverport Kentucky A4If J L MOORMANJ1 i j1 1STflDE NT Office over Oclres Hardware StoreJ Prompt attention to all kinds of Denta Work Special attention to j FINE GOLD FILLINGS AND CROWN and BRIDGE WORK e Prices Moderate Satisfaction Guaranteed Chintz Royalty Practical Surveyor I also Notary Public I can survey your Lands write your Deeds and take the acknowledgement at your home I This saves you troubles and cost I I Your Patronage Solicited I Address me at Hardinsburg Ky i HAVE YOU MADE UP YOUR MIND WHERE YOU WANT TO GO 1 How about the West or Southwest IF TO THE WEST OR SOUTHWEST WILY NOT HAVE YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE HEN DERSON ROUTE l You cant get bettor service FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS ON g ALL 1 EVENING TRAINS BE TWEEN KENTUCKY POINTS AND ST LOUIS AND THE WEST AND SOUTHWEST tThe only line that W does it THIS LINE IS RECOG NIZED AS THE OFFI CIAL ROUTE FOR COM FOR TABLE TRAVEL BETWEEN KENTUCKY POINTS AND THE VESTj jj AND SOUTHWEST Get tho Henderson j Route habit1- ROUNDTRIP HOME SEEKERS AND ONE k WAY COLONIST RATES v IN EFFECT ON FIRST 1 AND THIRD TUESDAYS OF EACH MONTH 4 Ask us for rates and ask us first j- L J i J IRWIN OEO L GAnnETT Oonl Passgl Agt Tray Passgr Agt LOUISVILLE ICY fi D LrYlls Early Risers The famous littlo pills IZ y jil The BreckenridgeNew WEDNESDAY JANUARY 3711804 ++++++++++++ ++++ t Wise and i i ttOtherwise iWritten For the News by fjr j iltflosely of Pellvllle + ++ f+++++++++++++++++ Business is at u standstill here The boxwhittlers loafers and politicians are not us numerous as they used to be Pellvllle is indeed a lonesome placb Only a few loads of tobacco r have ben delivered and consequently thero is no money with which to move things Some few have had ap I pIes to sell vtbklthey hauled to Owensboro at 100 per bushel This is certainly a good time forth farmer to put on his thinking If cap Had some of the farmers here planted ten acres of their now worn out land in good winter apple trees ten years ago they would now be in fine fix with plenty of money In stead of this they are in the blued and A n debt and about the only thing they 1ttI L jNl about Is the price ofI tobaouer II gg farmer never learns until he is J orced to by sad experience Very 1 few of them raise beans parsnips potatoes onions and cabbage to do them through the winter and many do not raise meat and bread to sup ply them They depend ontobacuer f everythingWe man here who has preached fruit to farmers for years begging them to go to Bill Ashby and get trees and plant them This same man in 1102 sold 225 worth of 1 apples besides other small fruits r This last year he sold 75 worth and nad plenty of money to buy all the necessaries for his family through this winter and his tobacco crop is still hanging in the barn No one is to blame for a farmer not living in plenty but himself One lady here the wife of the man who believes in fruit sold over 100 worth of chickens tnrueys and eggs last year besides a pig she had fattened from the waste about the kitchen Now if this man and his wife art in poor cirnnrnstauces what must be the condition of those who have depended altogether on tobacker lIfR Jack Long who never lies unless when he is gassing says he owned a a hen which while setting and hitch ing laid two dozen eggs He says she would come off her nest daily and Ifgo to another nest near deposit an egg and then return to her setting y W W Spencer one of our best teen says he bought a SiCK calf from Frank Hagan and hauled it home thinking it would get well But it grew worse until an old lady diagnos ed the case as loss cud She accord ingly made the calf u cud placed it in the proper place and the animal improved rapidly for a week when it was entIrely well He then sold it for a fancy price Jim Boarman related to me his experience with a deaf horse He says he was plowing corn with the animal when he learned it would nelthei gee nor haw at command and could not be stopped unless ho took a dead set on the lines It wor 11 11MDS1 CECELIA Entre Avenue Noni STOWE Club CHICAGO ILL Oct 22 1002 For nearly four years I suffered from ovarian troubles Tho doc tor insisted on an operation as the onlyy to filet well I however strongly objected to an operation My husband felt disheartenedas well as I for home with a sick woman is a disconsolate place at beet A friendly druggist advised him to get a bottle of Wine of Cardui for nte to try and hadid ao begantoimprove mafew days and my recovery was very rapid With in eighteen weeks I was another i4being t pt i MM Stowea letter shows every womaa how a home is saddened by rcompletelyrnew and brings health and happi ness again Do not go on suffer ing Go to your druggist today and secure a 1100 bottle of Wine CarduiWINetCIRDUJi j j d tSSL A WIFES CONFESSIONII Of course every were engaged and be surprised when they heard it was suddenly broken off It was first said she had broken it off then that his heart had changed but finally she con eased that she had been so irritable so depressed and blue fairlydriven awayHervanishing She was getting thin pale and hollow cheek ed with dark circles eyesSuddenlyal1 was pleased again to hear of the engagement being renew ed and it was not long before a beau tiful and radiantbride was taken to the altar She had happydispositionsecret a friend gave her A few bottles of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription is what made two more lives happy and a radiant bride more beautiful than she had ever appeared before Backed up by over a third of a century of remarkable and uniform cures a record such as no other remedy for the diseases and weaknesses peculiar to women ever attained the proprietors and makers of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription now feel fully warranted in offering to pay Ssoo in legal money of the United States for 007 case of Leucorrhea Female Weakness Prolapsus or Falling of Womb which they cannot cure All they ask is a fair and reasonable trial of their means of cure Mrs 00 Scripture of Prescott Ariz L Box 536 writes s For nearly two years I was a great sufferer with ulceration and enlargement of womb also suffered severely with dyspepsia and was run downa perfect wreck I doctored for several years got no better until about seven months ago I ixKan taking Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription and Pleasant Pellets I can stand on my feet and work hard all day I feel that life is now worth living and shall ever feel grateful to you and shall always recommend your medi dues to all who are suffering in any way ried him so mush he resolved to use a remedy and effect a euro at all hazards He drove out at the end of the row and got over the fence among some elders He cut a long joint of elder and removed the pirh He climbed up on the fence over the norses head inserted the end of the elder joint gently in the horses ear stooped over put his mouth to the other end of the joint and quickly gave a loud sharp toot Land and Moses be said when he came to in about naif an hour he thinks he was about ten feet from the fence in a briar patch three of his front teeth wee gone five of the others loose and all the others aching His upper lip was split his nose mashed and he was covered with blood He thinks he also suffered internal injuries He saw no sign of hit horse except a swath through the cornfield about the width of four rows where it looked like a Dakota blizzard had struck it It was no trouble to track the horse and plow which he soon found over the hill in a thicket with the plow sticKing In a scrubby oak tree about seven feet from the ground and the horse In terrible tangle with grape vines pawing kicking and snorting for dear life He could never be worked again and Jim said he didnt Eive a darn whether he could ever hear or not Wonderful Nerve Is displayed by many a man en during pains of accidental Cuts Wounds Bruises Burns Scalds Sore feet or stiff joints But theres no need for it Bucklens Arnica Salve will kill the pain and cure the trouble Its the best Salve on earth for Piles too 25c at Short Haynes Drug Store Searching for Isis Son According to the Evansville Cour ier R H Stewart oC Breckenridge county is looking for his lost boy who ran away from his home recently Stewart first made inquires along the Henderson Route for his son whose name he says is Willie Stewart In describing the runaway ho toldthe following story in part to a reporter for the Courier Willie is the only boy weve got but I have two daughters In 1880 I moved with my family from my present home to Texas There my wife died and longing again to return to the old homestead I moved with my children to old Kentunky a year ago last August- In Texas Willie earnea as high as 375 a day picking cotton but as no such money can be earned in Kentucky he often talked of leaving home Friday he put on an extra suit of clothes and taking some eatable with himhaving only about 250 in money he bade his sisters good bye and ran away May Turn Negroes White San Francisco ICal Jan 1tAs- eries of experiments with radium startling in their scope has been undertaken at the University of Califor nia The properties of the new min eral will be fully investigated and an attempt will probably be made to turn the skin of the negro white The tests have been undertaken by Robert A Roos a senior in the col lege of chemistry under the direction of professors in his department The Xray is to be used in conjuno tion with the radium in the experi ments and the effect of the combined I rays of the two ou the coloring cells of the body both in the hair and the skin will be determined if possible JUDICIAL SALE In the Circuit Court of the United States for the Western District of Kentucky Oweusboro Division Columbia Finance Trust Company Complainant- TS Central Clay Product Company Defendant By virtue of a decree of foreclosure and sale made and entered by the Cir cuit Curt of the United States for the Western District of Kentucky Owens boro division held therein on the 6th day ot January 1001 in the above en titled cause I as Special Master ap pointed for such purpose by the said decree will sell at public auction to the highest bidder in bar and free of all right andequity of redemption in said defendant Central Clay Product Com pany upon the land and premises hereinafter described on the lath day of February 1904 ut 12 oclock midday Standard Tune the following described property All and singular the lands real estate buildings machinery und other things completebrickcounty Kentucky said land being par ticularly described as follows to wit That certain tract or parcel of laud situated near and adjoining the limits of the City of Cloverport Breckenridge county State of Kentucky containing thirtyone and onehalf 3134 acres bounded as follows Murratslinethe original line south fourteen andone hlf 14M degrees east seventyfive 75 poles to a stake in the center of the pike road thence with the pike road to a stake the division between this lot and the lot laid off for Bacon and wife thence north fourteen and onehalf 1414 one hundredand three 1031poles to the original line between Fishers and Murrays tracts of land thence south sixtynine andone half 604 degrees west fiftynine 50 poles to the beginning being the same tract of land mentioned in the deed from Elizabeth Wilkersou and others to George C Patton Trustee and the same mentioned in the deed of W Cox Com missioner to Elizabeth Wilkerson dated October 1 ISOj and of record id the office of the County Clerk of Breck enridge County in Deed Book V page 602 and the same tract of land men tioned in the deed from the Patton Vit rified Brick Company nnd George C Patton Trustee to George C Patton iudividually and the same tract of land mentioned in the deed from George C Patton to the Central Clay Product Company partyof the first part all of said deeds being of record in the office of the Clerk of the County Court of Breckenridge county Kentucky bUIldingsbrickbuildings structures erections fixtures improvements nnd additions and all rights franchises nghts of way ease ments privileges interests and immu nities belonging or appertaining to the business of said defendant and all its plant machineries boilers engines wagons carts livestock tools imple ments materials supplies patent everykindby the said defendant at the time of the execution of the mortgage by it to the complainant or thereafter owned or ac quired by it together with all and sing ular the tenements hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging and the rents issues and profits thereof and all the the estate right title interest property possession claim and demand whatsoever as Well at law as in equity of the said defendant in and to the same and every part and parcel thereof The foregoing property does not in c ude seventyeight cars together with the railsguardrailsatsd extras for angle guardrails which were procured from CompanyTheshall be in one lot or parcel and as a whole and no bid for the same of a sum less than twentytwo thousand dollars will be received At the same time and place I will also soil at public auction to the highest bidder eventyeight cars together with the rails guard rails and extras fn angle guardrails procured from the Atlas Car Manufacturing Company for which no bid of a sum less than one thousand dollars will be received Each bidder shall be required to place in my hands at the time of the acceptance of his bid andas part of said bid and as a pledge that he will make good his bid if accepted by the Court a sum equal to twentyfive per cent of the bid so made by him said sum to be deposited either in cash or certifiedcheck or certificate of deposit payable to or endorsed to my order For the balance being seventyfive per cent of his bid each purchaser shall execute a promissory note bearing interest from the day of sale with two good and approvedbypayment of the note a lien on the prop erty sold will be expressly retained but privilegebefore ing the same with interest thereon from the day of sale Each purchaser shall also have the option of making the deposit of twenty five per cent and the deferred payment of seventyfive per cent by surrendering to me at the time his bid is accepted byfirstant to the complainant said bonds to be received at such value as the holder may be entitled to receive thereon in paidIncoupons shall not be accepted in pay meat of the costs of the action the cost advertising and making the sale the allowances to the trustee and his coun sel the allowances to the receiver and his counsel and the allowance to the Special Muster all of which shall be paid in cash when and as the Court may hereafter order For further particulars and for a more personalitytothe decree and the papers on file in the above causeRICHARD N HUDSONSpecial Takingtt you Grove Tasteless OhlH Ton ic because the formula Is plainly printed on every bottle showIng that it is simply Iron cureNoj 1 Wbtu A FARMERS ARE NOT SATISFIED During the past week only a few loads of tobacco have been delivered to the local buyers J D Brnshear of the American Tobacco company and J H Phelon of the Unllnuer Limited company The delivery was slow last weeK as the stripping sea son is not continuing as it was expected toon account of the falling tem perature and the dry weather There will have to be a better season tban the recent one before the real rush will come The prices arelow compared to last years but the weight is inferior and the quality nondescript comparison Some of the farmers seem please d with the prices as their crops are not first class but many are far from sat- Isfied The prices vary greatly Some run RS follows 5 4 2 flt 3 1 qnd 3 2 lMany farmers are now receiving less for their tobacco than it cost to grow it From talks with a number of them it lias been learned that more widespread among them is becoming the knowledge that they will have to quit raising tobacco and turn their attention to something else in order to make a living Opening for a Tinner There is a fine opening in this city for a firstclass tanner A A La Heist who has beAn a tinner here for years has gone to New Albany to reside and there is no one in town who is equipped with the necessary tools and experience to do the work There is no tinner in this section of the county and Mr LaHeiat while here was kept busy with contracts for all kinds ofwork in his line by Glendeane Addison Holt Jolly btntionaud Tobinsport people besides those of neighboring towns Any fiist class tinner who locateaIin thin city will find as much to occupy him at these points Just One Minute One Minute Cough Cure gives relief in one minute because is kills the microbe which tickles the mucous membrane causing the cough and at the time clears the phlegm draws out the inflammation and heals and soothes the affected parts One Minute Cough Cure strengthens the lungs wards off pneumonia and is a harmless and never failing euro in all curable cases of Coughs Colds and Croup One Minute Cough Cure Is pleasant to take harmless and good alike for young and old Slod by All Drug Co Seven Prisoners Free Seven United States prisoners some of whom figured in certain crimes in Breckenridge and adjoining counties In 1003 were released from the coun ty jail at Owensboro Thursday They are Elmore Day Luke Cave William Harrison James Sisk Will Darrell George Durbin and Gnnle Wilson They were sentenced at the last term of federal court Whats In a Name Everything is in the name when it comes tc Witch Hazel Salve E C DeWitt Co of Chicago discovered some years ago how to make n salve from Witch Hazel that is a specific for Piles For blind bleeding itching and protruding Piles eczema cuts bruises and all skin diseases De Witts Salve has no equal This has given rise to numerous worthless counterfeits Ask for DeWitts the genuine Sold by All Drug Co Farmers May Organize There is a movement on foot on the part of the farmers of Brecken ridge and Meade counties to organize a farmers mutual insurance compa ny something similar to the one now in Perry county Ind A meeting of farmers looking toward this organ ization was held at Fryinire recently AVcgelaWePreparalionforJfe 1 1I slmilatingflwFoodmidncfluBri ting the Stomachs andBowels of Promotes DigcslionChccrfuI l ness and ItestConlains neither OpiumJrorphilC nor lineral NOT NAiic OTIC lsr t u- I C oIorLDWlJELmrnEIl sItAni Ilkit SItfIiJ J1Imn ConstipelionWorms Convulsions Feverish ness and Loss OF SLEEP FacSimile Signature or NEW YORK L=PYOWOA J n CASTORIA For and t The You Have Always Bought the- Signature I jof In- Use El For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA THE CENTAUR eoNy NIW Ydaa CITY Fountain Pens very cheap at J D Babbages ST LOUIS 1904 1 Is the one great which to find a place in every homo the year It has no equal or rival in all the West will ho to all who desire to keep fully as to Ithe Fair and the of 1904 a The is issued In THE GREAT Sections eight pages or more each Tues day and Friday It is a big PAPER giving all the news of nil the earth TWICE EVERY family Almost equal to a daily at the price of a ONLY ONE A = I PRICE BY MAIL Daily Sunday THE W One year 6 6 mouths 3 3 months 150 1 1904 Worlds Fair News From You Write for Free Sample Copy or The Globe Printing Co- St Louis Mo ST HeadquartersTHE St Louis GlobeDemocrat newspaper ought during coming andiindispensable informed Worlds National Campaign SemiWeekly One Dollar Year WEEKLY GLOBEDEMOCRAT SemiWeekly SEMIWEEKLY REPUBLICAN inPAPERAr1ERICA weekly DOLLAR YEARITHE DAILY GLOBE DEMOCRATuPOSTAGE PREPAID including GREATC NEWSPAPEROneyear WORLDOneST LOUIS Globe Democrat subscription LOUIS 1904 ST LOUIS 1 1904 u Sugarcoated easy to take AyersPtllsmild constipation in action biliousness They cureII I slckheadac jjcuij a Vf Want your moustache or beard R iKIHfiUAMQ DYEt7beautiful br richblack Usea wn or rnrrrnorDavuo +amoa ruuaaotutaostite I Condensed Statement Condition of Bank of Hardinsburg At close of business December 31 1903 Wo again wish to invite your careful study of tho figures in our statement and to again call your attention to the very conservative value wo have placed on the items in our resources and we wish to repeat that every dollar in these resources represents a full one hundred cents and moreer trust that a careful study of these figures will convince you that this bank is a safe place through which to transact your business While wo arc large enough to take caro of the largest business in this section we wish to emphasize the point that wo are desirous of getting tho very smallest accounts RESOURCES Notes and bills 18653727 Cash in safe and other banks 5779244 Bonds 366522 Banking house and lot 180000 Other real estate 78679 Furniture and fixtures 40000 Total S 25098172 Infants Children Kind Bears Must Have The LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in S 2500000 Surplus and undivided profits 1778859 Deposits 20719313 Dividend No 20 duo Jan 1 190i 100000 Total 5 25098172 RespectfullyM H BEARD Cashier x- e M frLt ti 8y t ac sLZ +Gwlix arur y ybt iw4 y4 +Z r+74Yt + ac ac iS lI J L The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JANUARY 27 1004 HARDINSBURQ County Court last Monday Spectacles to suit the eye Lewis A Ball F F Deaue of Rock vale was in the city Friday Dr R B McMu lien of McDanleli was in tho city last Monday Miss Lytie Ford is visiting Miss Mary Richardson at Union Star Franklin Kincheloe spent Sunday at Union Star the guest of friends When wanting anything in the way of a watch call on Lewis Ball Deputy Sheriff Clint Lucas of CO- nstantine was in town last Monday John Alexander of Bnras waa here Monday attending County court R C Richardson of Louisville is the guest of Mr and Mrs Percy MI BeardJames R Skillman of Owensboro was in the city on legal business FridayTwonty years your jewelers and watchmakers speaks for itself Lewis 8BallMiss Lelia McUary entertained the younger set at her home on Friday eveningJohn Allen Deane of Owensboro was in the city last Monday on legal business 1847 Roger Bros sliver knives and forks spoons and hollow wareLew- is Ball J C Mattingly of Cloverport is here visiting his brother Chas H Matti uglyI Evan Royalty and Robt J Ball were in Cloverport Sunday the guests of friends Miss Tula C Daniel has returned home after au extended visit to relatives nt St Louis The Rev W H Fitzgerald of Louisville preached at the Baptist church last Sunday Mr and Mrs Gus D Shellman en tertained several invited guests at flinch last Wednesday evening H H Kemper of Irvington cash ier of the First State Bank was in town on a business trip last Thursday John Alexander of Burns for many years deputy sheriff was in town t Monday on business before the county court Hon R M Tolly Bate Washington Frank Payne John R Wimp and 4others were here Thursday befpre the Board of Supervisors C T McCIanahan of Cloverport manager for the Cumberland Tele phone awl Telegraph Co was in town the first of the weekI Skill always assorts itself and wherever it exists its value is in de mand and never has to hunt quarters elsewhere Lswia Ball jewelers- Dr I Milton Board went to Hopkins ville Monday tD assume charge of the insanoiasyhuu Bis family wilt follow next week They will he a decid ed acquisition to Hopmnsville society WEBSTER Several from here went to Brauden burg last Monday Our town noeds at least one dozen cottages for rent S N Hull and Elbert Keys went to Raymond Sunday Thurman Drano has been visiting at Hudson for several days Frank Dowel of Garfield was here last Saturday on business J R Mays went to Brandenburg last Monday to try the horse and mule market Wm Smart and J G Harris of l J Cloverport Saturday were nero on business last Quite a number of valuable tr- actsAjierci v For coughs colds bronchitis ir asthma weak throats weak lungs consumption taker Ayers Cherry Pectoral CherryPectoral Always keep a bottle of it in the house We have been r saying this for 60 years and so have the doctors I hnre uied Ayer Cherry PectorAl In my faintly for W ymtrt It il the belt medicine In the world I know for all throat ouil lung troublpMn J K J oncn088 Waltham Mais n Oc IIl 00 j r Avnn co truutiMweIl Ma- uMmfY All A 0r Tllle LungsI I V iyacf on of tho bowels Is nccos f a n old naturo with Ayors Pills J of Umber will be worked in this sec tion tills season A number of oar citizens were In Hardlnsburg last week to confer with the Boara of SnperrlGora of the tax list When the rock crusher opens np and the timber business get under WIT several families will want to move hereLewis and Aaron Norton brothers were each made happy by tha arrive of c boy At the home of the former and a girl at the hone of tho latter January 21 CoBfratalfitlon Mr John H Callow Editor of tha Garland Texas News hru written a letter of congratulations to the man afactnror ef Chamberlain Conga Remedy as follows Sixteen yearn ago whon onr firstchild cmi r baby he wan anbjeot to croupy spellacnd wo would be very uneasy about him W oegtn nslng Chamberlains Congh Remedy in 1887 and finding it such a reliaole remedy for colds and croup wo have never been without it in the bonce oinoo that time We hugo five children and have given it to all of them with good results Ono good feature of this remedy ic that it is not disagreeable to tare and our babies really like it Another is that it iii not dangerous and there is no risk from giving an overdose I congratu late you upon the success of you remedy For sale by Short Haynes Picked Up Mr and Mrs Charles Unamberlam of Irvington were in Louisville lItat week the guests of Mr and Mrs J B RandallClint u the genial salesman lor Jolly Gardner Co Irvington was in Louisville last Friday on bnsl neaa for his firm Jorry Tilfords fine Jersey cow died last week Bho was about liftoan years old Mr Tilford raised her frou a calf Besides the abundance of milk and butter she produced Mr Tilford sam ho sold over fSOO worth of nor calvesMrs Wn itworth of Texas nee- Miss Mary Adair of Ha wesville wac a passenger on the train Monday for Fordaville to visit her brother Col Ike Adair Abe Ditto of West Point has rent ed his farm near that place to Mr DeWitt at f325 cash The grocery drummers were all hustling for the river trip Monday Its the first chance they have had at that trade for about SIX weeks HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Round trip homeseekera excursions to West and Southwest first and third Tuesdays each month at greatly reduced ratesOne way second class colonist tickets to South and Southeast first and third Tuesdays each mouth at reduced rates One Way second class colonist tickets- to West and Southwest first and third ruesdays each mouth at reducedrates Hen Herr Performance Evansville Ind 2530 270 round trip Cloverport to Evans returningJan PITH AND POINT In order to be popular forget to say a good denl- WISom Is always conceded to a rich man until he loses his riches Do not emphasize your own virtues by enlarging on the failings of others- A safe way to judge a man Is to as certain Just what friends he doesnt makeA Is a man who refuses to be hove in the Impossibilities of other peopleThe claims to wisdom of owls and a multitude of men rest upon their looks and nothing moreaTo get rid of a bore ask him to re peat his longest and favorite story twice Even he cannot stand that Only a smart man can conceal from a woman the fact that he Isnt as smart as he would wish her to think he is- One of the curious things about a man who wants to borrow money from you today is his eager determination to repay It tomorrow There lire three stages In the existence of the average man when he is of particular Interest to his community viz at his birth marriage and funeral Success Not lilt Fault A doctor was summoned to attend tho millers little boy He wrote out a prescription which was promptly made up and administered in due form The next day he called again to see his pa tient and found the whole family in tearsAlasI said the mother I shouldnt have thought that my poor child would have died of the measles What exclaimed the doctor Ho had the measles and you never tol- dmeParJs Journal lila Occupation Culvert Jr What is your uncle do- Ing now Baity Moore Sitting on Juries Calvert Jr What I thought he was judge in one of the higher courts Baity Moore lie Is Baltimore American b COMMISSIONERS SALE Breckcnrtdge Circuit Court Nancy Kronsh Ac Plaintiffs TI In Equity Dolly B Eronih 0 Defendants By virtue of a Judgment and order of taleI of the Brookenridge Circuit Court rendered at the October term thereof 1003 IB tho above cause for the sale ot the hereinafter described real estate with Interest at the rate of i6 per cent per annum from the day of ifilo 1004 until paid and costs herein I shall proceed to offer for sale at the courthouse door in HardinsbnrgKyti Ute highest bidder at Public Auction on Monday tho 23 day of January 1004 at 1 oclock P M or thereabouts being County Court day upon a credit of three oix end twelve month retained to s ooro payment of purchase money the following described proper tytowitA tract or parcel of land ly- Ing situate and being in the Connt of Brockenridge and state of Ken tacky on the waters of Clay Lick described as follows Beginning at one of the original corners a poplar and elm near James Skllmans spring then with his line- S 10 E 74 poles to a rock then with another line 71 E 20 poles to n san ufraa and hickory corner to dower then with a line thereof 8 63 W 32 poles to a stake in n road then S 61 W 10 poles to a small hickory blaci oak and post oat In A Shellmani line thence with his line N 5 W 5O poles to a rock his corner thence with another line 8 86K W 84 poles to two poplars in a drain corner to IotNo4 thence with a line of lot No4 N76 roles to a dogwood and black oak nar a beech in Fulknera line then with said line S 61 E 16 poles to ia beech and white oak then with another line N 27 E 60 poles to ia rock then with another line S 61 E 100 poles to the beginning containing 61 acres more or lless Or aufacien thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made For tho purchase price the purchaser with approved security or securities must execute Bond bearing legal Interest from tho day of sale until jiaid ana having tho force and effect of a replevin bond Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms H DaB Moorman Commlc loner KOW THQ DUTCHMAN SETTLED TKE CHURCH QUESTION Printed by request of a subscriber at Steph ensport In tho good old times when every country store was c lyceum where all subjects were freely fully and ably discussed the conversation in a cer tain village store was frequently on religious matters the leading disputants being the Methodist and Bap tint clergymen Quite frequently a goodnatured Irishman a mechanii who had morA wit and good sound souse than motL of the company com blued joined in No ont present could present his side of the case as well as he It is well to Jay that there were a few of other denominations occasionally present although there were but the two churches In the village or very near On one occasion the discussion got very warm every one present having his say excepting a jolly good natured Duchman who sat qniety smok- Ing the regulation clay pipe of the penod Each asserted positively he was right consequently all others must be wrong The Baptist said no one could enter the kingdom unless immersed The Presbyterian Raid you must como by the way of Calvin while the Irishman stoutly affirmed that the Pope held the only andrthe one which came in direct line from St Peter The Methodist said the door to the kingdom was as broad as necessity and would open to whomsoever When each denomi nation had shown its claim a Univer salist asked the Dutchman for his opinion who gave it as follows My friends you makes me dins of de time when i was de boy and went wid my ladder to Albany mid our wheat near most fordy miles Some of de farmers came by de Troy road some by de Triscany road some by de Columby road some by de river road and some by every odder road But when we got to Albany no one asked By which road did yon come byY but Ish your wheat good 0 L Allen Resolutions of Respect Whereas God in his wisdom has called from our camp our beloved neighbor Blon P Dowell Whereas in the bereaved household there is a vacant chair a silent voico tne home ties are broken therefore be it resolved That we tender our heartfelt sym pathy to the bereaved wife and child ren who so sadly mourn the loss of a dear husband add father and as ante them that as they mourn the loss of a husband and father we mourn the loss of a true neighbor and that he that doeth all things well comfort them in their great affliction That in memory of our beloved neighbor we drape our charter in mourpjng for thirtyjSnys plf Richardson I T Uundiff A A BaxterCommittee FlimnclnjljrShe vas a big contractor theSo he Is tic wclghs525 pounds Chelsea Gazette Interesting Items From z i Hnrdinsburg Ky Jan 22 1004 The writer had the pleaoure of stop ping with D J Roberts near Beth el He IIB fin enthusiastic aptodato farmer and ttnbcr man He told ns of ate erly struggle to make a living and the many hardships he had to undergo He has a llarge family all stIlt at horn e There are seven boys and two girls all sound and robust It is a family to be proud of Indeed He ban a good farm that is well im proved besides timber interests in varioao parts ot the county Jessie Lee Foote aged tour years residing with her grandparents Mr and Mrs J W Dent near Irrington has the raro distinction of having seen her two great grandfathers and her two great grandmothers and two grandfathers and two grandmothers and mother and father and with one exception they are all still living Mr L A Foote of Benleyrille having died recently one of the great grandfathers was lost Her great grandfather on her mothers side Mr J W Denl is now sixtyfour years old Her grandmother Mrs Willie A Sim mons is thirtyeignt and her mother Mrs Mary Lena Foote twenty years old Her grandmother on her mothers side was ap only child of her parents and her mother an only child of her parents also- Whence come the crumbs of pie that reaches the tables of our local politi clans T Through the Board roof Dr Board Returns to the Klondyke Mr Wm Reid of Bnoyruo O who has boon spending several days with his brother Mayor L T Reid left Monday night for Tcscon Arizona wnero ho will visit Mr Jan Gor- man who was bent man at the mar riaqe of Mayor Reid to Miss Lafay ette LaHelst in this city several years ago From Tnsoon Mr Reid goes to Nome Alaska and then to toe Eton dyko gold folds where bo is working a nmber of v olnable claims Mr Reid has had much success in tke Alaskan gold fields He returned from there last Thanksgiving to his nome at Bnoyrns and came direct fromthere last Wednesday to visit Mayor Reid OAeTCRXABare tsTh Iid Yoc MaN AIenglit Blm ttio Il No More Big Postal Cards Postal cards which have been used for advertising purposes will be called in by July 1 and after that date it will be illegal to use them The card is larger than the regular postal card and contains on the face of it the same stamp ns on a regular uard The ruling will not affect the cards used for advertisement which are carried by a regular postage stamp Hancock Coal Lands Chicago capitalists are having the heirs sign leases fcr the 750 acres of coal lands lying just west of the city known as the Hawes vein This mine was in operation a few years ago and was flooded and abandoned The shaft alone cost 4000 and the quality of the coal is superb and the quantity abundant The transfer will be made without dissent Ha wesville Plain aealer When you dont feel right are no- tyourselfbut dont know what Is the matter try taking Walthers Pepton ized Port It la just a good common sense tonio that works in a natural wayIt is simply a combination of pure pepsin natures own digestive agent with tnat tine old tonic good port wineIf Iit does not do the worn you need a doctor If you are not in need of a doctor it will do the work Do not experiment with patent nostrums of mysterious makeup which you would not touch if yon knew their composition For sale by A R Fisher Small size 60 cents largo size 100 Read This Louisville Ky June 13 tOO1Dr- E W Hall St Louis MoDonr Sir I am 68 years of age and have suffer ed 25 years from kidney and bladder trouble and since usiiiR less than one bottle of your Texas Wonder Halls Discovery I have passed twentyflvo gravel 1 feel that I am almost cured and can cheerfully recommend you to the public Yours very truly H C Thomas 520 Third ave A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of the Texas Won der Halls Discovery cures all kidqey and bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emission weak and lame backs rheumatism and all Irregularities of the kidneys and blad der in both men ana women regulates bladder troubles in cnildreu If not sold by your druggist it will be sent by mall on receipt of 1 One small bottle is two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer PO Boxj 620 St Luis Mo Send for testi mon als Sold by all druggTsts Office 2031 Olive street I 41 L DR FENNERS KIDNEY and Backache UREiI1al1Cer Doat boacao taco rftc4 There Is a- arct tel you 1 1 nece arr writ Dr rInner nl has jpn a Ufa thee enrlns Jui such CMMMyoari All coasaltations rrss- A grav l lodged 1m my bladder AfHr oflBf a four VaMIeg of Dr Tsssrs KI4 My 104 laekllocll Ou 14a rra1 halt U lart as t martin Tke sIicIss JnMaf- unker fonaaWoaf I ws sired WTOAKM Ontx Ta Drsrdcta We tl Ak for Cook BoohTTM Bare 0M OlreoUr DrQT VITIIHU BUDE Ieear Jr04olaIIY For Sale By Short AI Hayiei some Comments on Last Weeks Advertisement Ai Oar YTODB LedlM tes It I give you confidentially T1 some comments on your Itt weeks sdver tlolng matters Girl No 1 Reads Have you made np your mind whero yon wont to got How abont the West That would do me if its West Virginia Part 01 my heart is there now No2 That wouldnt unit me but just any old place Hontn so Its North Carolina I No 3 Reads on Get the Hender I son Ronte habit Now that will suit me I could go to Central City see I Dawson Springs and other nice thingsNo 4 I will Keep tne Homo Seek ors Ronte and do my best to catch some of those laid away old bach elors You may think they are dead but jnst get up a dance and they are as spry as any of the young ducks and will make good husbands if we caD succeed in getting them away from their lasNo lYon will never do that COB eeqnently we bad better depart while cheap rates last No2II Either that or keep back with the young gang I heatd that they have from four to six beaux in one afternoon No3 That will not last I would rather go with the older sot get letters and and surprise folks No4 Yes and some of us wopid make better wives than these Mas think we would XXX It Will Scrprlse yourry It It Is the medicine above all others for catarrh tnd is worth its weight in gold Elys Cream Balm does all that is claimed for it B W Sperry Hartford Conn My son was afflicted with oatarrh He used Elys Cream Balm and the disagreeable catarrh all left him J C Olmstend Arcola Ill The Balm does not irritate or cause sneezing Sold by druggists at SOcts or mailed by Ely Brothers 05 Warran St New iork TinderBirk The approaching wedding of Miss Sadie Birk of Owenaboro to Mr Oscar Tinder of Madisonville is of local interest as the bride is well I known to Cloverport people through her visits to her cousins the Misses Jarboe The wedding will take place February 2 A Business You play hard to win suc cessboth in games and bu sincssISucess in business depends on bow you play the game ono tho principal rules of the game is that you should have good stationery A great many business men do not take heed to this rule however tim more successful ones do Most men are to blame be cause they break this ru10 the one horse printer who tells you his work is the best is to blame Send us youi stationery orders find you wont deceiv cd The Brcckenridgo News Clovorport K- yIIGame Rule F J J CEO H GASPERKE I I II I Jmlrj IB- Intranet i t = Zest policies for least Monty In Life Pin Tornado aid Accidtnt ln arance = Brandenburg KyVIQUARTERLY REPORT or THE I Breckinridge Bank LL- At she cioee of business on the Slat day of December 193 RESOURCES Lie Loans and dlscounsb6i rDue mi Banks C 149356 Due from State flanks ye and flankers BMS 43 13601 01 deRanking houso and lot 8724 Tl tn8peCurrency 10TTO 68- Knrnlturo 16 T30 68 J pa and fixtures 21M 88 Pep 236300 00 or LIABILITIES j Capital Stock paid in do AitSurplusUndivided profits OO 00 1 to hcheheTimeJi posits on which Inter c I Iis121890 J81160 JbUnpaidI per ct declared this frlay lKi ifRIFunotopaytaxos 3InSUPPLEMENTARY Tine dl Highest amount of Indebtedness of Y th or ftrmincludlnPn tho liability company of the company or firm the liability of the individual members thereof directly or indirectly If sucn Indebtedness exceeds So per cent of capital stock actually paid In and wbankHow islndoelcdneasstatdinabovo W Co hmany director or omcer if amount m of such Indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paidup capital stock of W bank 00fHow is same secured Does amount of indebtedness of sany person company or firm in eluding in the liability or tho com In- pany or Srm the liability of the InIIIdtvldnal members thereof 30 perlcrgfspaidupi capital and tioCIf to state mount of such In debtedness Amount of last dividend 136300 c Were all expenses losses Interest D and taxes deducted therefrom be fore declaring dlrldend and was at not less than 10 per cerlt of octIprofits of the bank for the tlhedend was declared Yes n 123630060 i STAT II or K rruocT lls County of Hrcckonrldgo A B Skillman Cashier of tho Brocken ridge flank a bank located and doing bust OioverPQrt1in ISstatementi nttho CIOSO of business on tho 31st day ot o December 1003 to tho best of his knowledge further d jofLion named and not elsewhere and that the above report Is mado In compliance with an ofllclal notice received from tho Secretary of Statq designating tho 31st day of Dec tI 1D03 as tho day on which such report shall besmnuo A U SKILLMAN Cashier 1 WI1 OWMIm OT SKILLMAN Directors C OllSKILLIIIA I Subscribed and sworn to before mo by A n Skillman Cushier the 2nd day of Juno 1003 DQMyQUARTERLY REPORTtOF THE 2 TWO STATES BANK At the close of business on the 31st dayJof December 1003 J RESOURCES Loans and Discounts 2flS5763 Duo from Nationsi bolnkstI2216II 3759Specie 63083 Currrncy 85000 147883 Furniture and Fixtures liM68Io Current Fxpenscs for tlift L Year 101870 101870 f336374tt i LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In in cash 750000 Surplus Fund 159302 Deposits subject to check I on which tnt Is not paidOlT 45944 Time certificates of do posits on which Int Is pd 707500 2453444 3362748 SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of Indebtedness of any stockholder person company or llrrn Including in the liability of the company or firm tho liability of thereofdirectly I debtedness exceeds 20 per cent of capital stock actually paid In1 and actual amount of surplus of tho hank None How Is Indebtedness statd In abovo j Item secured By Mortgage Seo Section 583 Kentucky Statutes t Highest amount of Indebtedness of any director or officer It amount of buch Indebtedness exceeds 10 per ofhankNone 1Does1 Wanycludlag InI tho liability1 of tho com Individual30 per cent of paidup capital and l NonoIflndebtd ii XAmOuntWere all expenses losses Interest boforonot less than 10 per cent of not profits of tho bank for tho period covered by tho dividend curried to 1 S dlvldend X ST I X lCountyf8s John S Adair Cashier of tho Two States x Dank IL Bank located and doing business In the town of Stephonsport Ky In said icounty being duly sworn says tho foregoing I J5 report Is In all respects a truo statement ot i tho condition of tho said Bank at tho close ox business on the 31st day of Doc 1003 to the best of his knowledge and belief and further pays Uiat tho business of said Hank has been transacted at tho locatloV named and not elsewhere and that tliubovo report Is made rQCelvcltramSlstdayof Dec 1003 as tno day on which such report shall bo mado JOHN 8 ADAIR Cashier JohnSJAMES OIIAWFQKD NP B O My commission expires January 10 1008 OEOROEWPAYJTE 1 IDircctois1IASMITILIf c 31 great features in Feb Munsety J D Babbsge a S