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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 r jf t jn I t i lie It ri 1 4 t II rt4P4- t T l THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSl THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT rALLttVOL XXVIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 17 1904 8 Pages NO 31 tr 1i 11 i J i Jr iFF- is c tI ljj flt J fi- II J ttJ I J I + J I J t r 1- J tI If- J tl t ltJ hi i 1 l- I r J 4 1 I i i I J 1 1 1Jr J I r i 11C II- r Irs r rst7 t 1 8t 8V 8S 1 illC a l A S E SUITS THE FARMERS During the past month over a dozen local unions of the American Society of Equity have been organized in this and adjoining counties and more are being formed every weed Among other places Ithere are local unions at Patesville Dukes and Victoria iIn Hancock county Haynesville in Thin county Shumates schoolhouse in Meade countyand McGavocks school house Hardins schoolhouse Persimmon Flat Hites Run Pisgah and Bewleyville in Breckenridge county The union at Hardins schoolhouse was organized by Messrs Richard Sapp and TE McGltvock the HitesRun union by Felix Carter and the Per simmon Flat union by Fladge Carter The other unions were organized by farmers in the respective communi ties who are continuing the work Among these are S J Baker ol Pates yule who has peen arousing interest in the movement among the farmers in the southern part of Hancock county Messrs Sapp and McGavock are also at word forming new union After a union is termed two members of the union elected by vote can go to communities otner than their ovn snd organize unions In tnls manner a perfect network of unions Is spread ing over the country and the Society although only a little over a year old is rapidly increasing its influence Each local union has a president and secretary the national union being at Indianapolis Ind J A Everitt of Indianapolis is the National Pres- Ident and L N Staats of St Jacobs Ill the National Secretary There la also a national treasurer counsel organizer statistician board of direc tore and thirtytwo vicepresidents who are scattered all over the country The official organ of the Society is Uptodate Farming published semi monthlyat Indianapolis by J A Everitt The Society has its own books circulars badges etc nearing its emblem so as to advertise it and be a notice to the world that farmers are independent faotorj in the nusl ness world- The object ot the American Society of Eqnityin brief is to secure Pro fitable Prices for all Products of the Farm Orchard and Gardento build warehouses and elevators so that farm products may be held for an advantageous price to secure equitable rates of transportation to improve highways etuin a word to make prices more equitable for farmer buyer and consumer to make the farmers position less unbearable to en title him to the rights he deserves and not at the detriment either of other two Cooperation is the plan adopt ed for securing these desired ends The purposes of the society are undoubted lv worthy and as long as it Knows no mans politics or religion which is one of its promises it will accom plish great good and not be detrimental to the farmers interests as the granges of the past have been A representative of tho News has interviewed a number of the farmers of the county and alt have expressed themselves as well pleased with the new farmers combine they have joined That the time IIB coming when farmers will have to organize and cooperate like all other classesI of workmen in order to live they cannot deny and all believe that the American Society of Equity will rapidly grow In influence and accom plish the ends for which it is intended The Breckenridge Eleven Our Irvington correspondent this week says Lows Jolly who is attending the Cherry Bros Business College at Bowling Green writes that old Breok onndge is finely represented in that school there being eleven boys andI girls there There is a move on foot to photograph the Breckenridge Eleven and we hope our good edi tor will procure a copy to adorn theI pages of our Newsy Now the boat county paper in the State II BoardKendall Ekron Ky Feb HiSpecial Misa Mary Lizzie Kendall was mar ned last Wednesday afternoon to Mr B i1 Board at the home of the brides mother Mrs Jane Kendall by Rev J Jr Willett Mr and Mrs Board are excellent young people They will go to housekeeping at once on his farm near Guston CyS dT0RTA BouthllearIlguatue of CIRCUIT COURT- PROCEEDINGS j J J J Hardinsbure Ky Feb 16SpeJJ cial In the case of Matthias Jolly j o vs Matthias Miller Gen D R j Murray representing tne defendant J tiled a general demurrer to the peti J tion and several motions to strikeout J parties to the action for misjoin J der and also a special demurrer to j several paragraphs of the petition Those various motions and demurrers J were argued at length by counsel for J both sides and the case was snomltted j on these points j The fourteen indictments against the j Louisville and Evansville Mail Co j for selling liquor in violation of the J local option law in force in the j Cloverport Magisterial district were J sustained and the prosecutions die J missed except one which the Comtshs J Atty Mr Layman will appeal to J the Court to Appeals The point at J issue was whether or not the magis J terial district extended across the J river to tha Indiana shore or was I bounded by the low water mark on J the KentucKY side J In the action of F W Hall vs the J J L H St L Ry Co the aefend J ant tiled a bill of exceptions and statement j of the evidence which was j signed by the judge and made u part J of the record The case will now go j to the court of appeals It will be remembered j that Mr Hall recovered a J judgment for 5 000 for personal j injuries at the last term of this court The defendants in the case of J Eugene Goff vs Eva May and others j filed a demurrer to the petition which was argued by counsel on both sides j and submitted to the court J The Grand lure after a session of J six days were finally discharged on J J Saturday They returned only twelve j indictments most of them being for J minor offenses They also returned a J J report stating that the county property J was kept in good condition and the prisoners in the county jail properly cared for The following gentlemen compose the petit jury for this term Leo Hinton J A DeJernette Thos Hawkins Lee Bosley L A Yates H C Garner R L Burton John Pile George Gilpin Jesse O Galloway Richard Miller Barney Squires S B Payne William Bennett Taylor Beard W H Thurman J H Blythe Rob McGavock W S Cart Ezra Tucker John T Moore William Hendrick Thomas Lewis and John Hendricx George Mannela young colored boy charged wih maliciously cutting another at Irvington was tried on Tuesday and fonnd guilty and sentenced to a term of one year in the penitentiary at hard labor Charles Carman Gid Alexander Jane Smiley were adjudged to be idiots As such they are entitled to 75 per year from the State treasury for their support The trial of Dick Davis charged with furnishing liquor to a minor was had on Wednesday The jury brought in a verdict of acquittal- On Wednesday J T Drape was adjudged to be insane and he was ordered to be conveyed to the Lakeland asylum The prosecution against the Louis yule and Evansville Packet Co charged with suffering gaming on boat was tried Thursday The jury nnder the Instructions given brought in a verdict of not guilty The action of John Hall vs J G Harris c was on motion of the plaintiff dismissed without preju diceThe defendant in the case of Mary Keith va the A O U W on an insurance policy filed a general demurr er to the petition and was submitted to the court on demurrer On motion of the defendants in the action of Marcella Alton vs Eugene Robertson the petition was dismissed because the plaintiffs were unable to execute the bond required by law On motion of Jane Barnes the case of V G Babbago com vs Thomas Seaton was restored to tho docket and a deed was ordered to be made to the purchaser of land sold therein by the Master Commissioner Lee Walls Ths circuit court clerk Time J Moore was appointed Trustee of the Jury Fund by Judge Chelf on the first day of the term The prosecution against T A Pro bus charged vita disposing of mortgaged property was continued until next term on account of the illness of one of the defendants wltnessesN T Mercer The indictment against the L K Packet 00 charging it with main r trrrrKrtervrrrrvrrrvtrrevvrr rrrterrrrrrrrrrprprrrp J a Attention 10d Reward f aJ xx t a In order to show how impossible it is for the opponents r K of the Kansas City platform to construct a new platform t j satisfactory even to themselves The Commoner offers the t following reward One hundred dollars in gold silver or t paper as they may choose will be given for a Democratic j Jf platform for 1901 covering ten subjects including imperial tIsm trusts money tariff and labor upon which the Now ft A York World the Boston Herald the Brooklyn Eagle the Richmond Tithes the Chicago Chronicle the St Paul Globe 1a the Louisville CourierJournal the Nashville American the J Memphis Commercial Appeal and the Atlanta Journalwill t= agree If they cannot all agree on the yamo platform a pro jj portionato sum will be vcn for any platform on which two or more of the above named papers will agree Ifno two 5 tof them can agree upon the same platform the sum of ten tf dollars will be given to any one of the above named papers tf whichwill prepare and print in its own columns such a plat J5- fxf form provided no Republican paper of equal circulation ft t within ten days claims such platform as a Republican docii j mont Five dollars extra will bo given to anyone of the 5 x said papers which will secure a letter from either Mr Clevc it land Mr Gorman or Mr Parker indorsing all of the plats o form proposed by it x tf If these papers cannot agree upon a platform how can IK S a tli y expect to dICtate a platform ncccptnble to those who o- rt voted the ticket in 1896 and 1900 If their failure to szfcree x is due not to differences of opinion but to disinclination to tmake their views known how can they contend that they ft t favor honest methods and arc trying to appeal to honest ft tpeople 1 The Kansas City platform is a clear and concise ft statement of the partys position and its rcallirmation will ft a show that the party is still true to the interests of the people ft K and its further utterances will have weight but no weight 3f can attach to the utterances of those who are willing to in ft dorso anything that seems to be temporarily popular or i abandon anything that seems temporarily unpopular Let t these leading papers among the reorganizers present their s t platforms or confess either they are hopelessly divided r t among themselves or that they prefer to plot in secret s tr Bryans CotnmoncrxJ s +t7ititAAAAA7AAi17Ai1RAAAitAASIAAAA A i1 RAAAa AIAi1StAAwRRASfAAAA- AifNN NNNONONN NNeN10NNONNN ++e iiWhere Lincoln Stood i Y IY + + Revolutionize through the ballot box and restore theY+ government once more to the affections and hearts of men making it express as it was intended to do the highest byiiof justice and liberty Let us plant ourselves on the rock of the Declaration of Independence and tho gates of hellshall not be able to prevail + 1 against us Stand with anybody that stands right stand with hintYY while he is right told part with him when he goes wrong tGold is good enough in its place Living brave riotic men are better than gold- I patiibeg of you not to allow your minds or your be diverted from the support of all necessary measures for 2 the purpose by any miserable picayune arguments addressed a to your pockets or inflammatory appeal made to your pas sions and your prejudices The resources advantages and powers of the American people are very great and they have consequently succeed ed to equally great responsibilities It seems to have de volved upon them to test whether a government established on the principles of human freedom can be maintained against an effort to build one upon the exclusive foundation of human bondage My wish is that you will do just as you think fit with your own suffrage in the case and not constrain any of your subordinates to other than he thinks fit with his The world is in want of a good definition of the word liberty Wo all declare ourselves to be for liberty but we do not all mean the same thing Some mean that a man can do as ho pleases with himself and his property With others it means that some men can do as they please with other men and other mens labor Each of these things is called liberty although they are entirely different To give an illustration A shepherd drives a wolf from the throat of his sheep when attacked by him and the sheep of course thanks the shep herd for the preservation of his life but the wolf denounces him as despoiling the wolf of his liberty especially if it be a black sheep Bryans Commoner N1N N4 NN taming a common public nuisance was dismissed on demurrer Circuit Court will probably con tinue into the third week of the term Perhaps the most important case tried thus for at this term is the suit of the Breckenridge Bank vs A J Gross The trial was entered into on Friday afternoon and went to the jury on Monday afternoon The amount involved was about 1500 The case was instituted in 1897 has been tried three times and the court of appeals has passed upon it onco The Bank obtained a judgment in the two pro ceeding trials The main question involved was whether or not the Bank nad notice of the withdrawal of Gen A J Gross from the firm of Smart dt Co which firm formerly was engaged in business at Olovel ort Upon this point many of the most prominent business men of that town testified The attorneys for the Bank were R A Miller and Gen D Rr Murray and the defendant was repre sented by Col B H Young and Judge Mercer The jury after delib erating fora short time rofnrned a A Matter ofHealth There is a quality in Royal Baking Powder whichmakes the food more digestible and wholesome This peculiarity of Royal has been noted by physicians and they accord ingly endorse and recom mend it ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK MARCUS HANNA PASSES AWAY Marcus A Hanna the great captain of the Republican party died at 040 oclock Monday evening and the party mourns his death Death came to the great political chief at the family apartments in the Arlington Hotel at Washington after an illness of nearly two months that finally drifted into typhoid fever At times he apparently recovered bu t relapses followed and left him in a condition too weak to withstand the attacks of the dread disease He was kept alive by stimu lants and ny will power for hours after hope of his recovery hall vanish ed from anxious watchers at nis bed side Death came peacefully and his last words were a pleasantry Mrs Hanna is bearing up bravely under the ordeal and shows calmness and braverySenator Marcus A Hanna had in his makeup that which compelled es teem and admiration from his politi cal opponents and many Democrats as well as Republicans mourn his death He was the best friend adviser promoter and champion of his party and his place will be Kara to fill In private life he was a klndlt and generous man and had hundreds of friends Politically Hannas death was not fortunate for Roosevelt or at least the Democrats think tto Funeral services will be held in the Senate chamber at noon today at which the President Cabinet Con gress public officials and friends will bepresentFor period in the forenoon the body will bu in state in the marble room After the services special trains over the Pennsylvania railroad will curry the body the family the friends to Cleveland where services will be held either at the home of Senator Hanna or his son Dan Hanna on Fri day It is likely that Bishop Leonard of the Northern diocese of Ohio ofI the Episcopal Church will conduct the services Protracted Meetings The Methodists and Presbyterians at DUkes are holding a union protracted meeting Rev W H Foreman pls- tor of the Metnodist church is conducting the meeting The Methodist held their second quarterly conference- at Dukes Thursday and Friday with Elder J D Walsh presiding kiev A1 Bennett of Yelvlntgon was in the city Monday en route to Patesvllle to assist Rev G B Gal loway of Fordsvllle pastor of the M E church at Patesville in conduct ing a protracted meeting Tne continued cold weather is seeping the tooacco in the country and the deliveries to the local marKets are not averaging three loads a day verdict for the Bank The suit will probablv be appealed The court sustained the demurrer in the indictments against LD Addison charging him with violating the local option law in force in the Hardlns burg magisterial district Orders in three cases were made over the tele phone to Mr Addison for whiskey and the court held that as the con tracts were made whore they were ac cepted which was at Addison it was nerofore outside of the Hardinsbnrg iistriot JAPS RUSHING THE RUSSIANS In the far eastern imbroglio the sturdy little Japs are rushing the Russians in naval battles but the Czars troops are getting the best of most of the land tights Japans naval victories over Russia during the first twc days of the war show seven of the letters best ships sunk damaged on captured Japan followed up these victories the latter part of last week by sinking several more the Czars ships ofChh ese ports and a late dispatch received in this country sends unconfirmed rumors that the Russians lost eight vessels sunk and ten captured in another engage ment at Port Arthur and that a great land battle is momentarily expected Japan has landed 19000 men at Chemulpo and both countries are massing their armies oh the Yalu river Russian cossacks have sabered several hundred Japs in land battles President Roosevelt on Thursday issued a proclamation declaring the neutrality of this Government in the RussoJapanese War and Secretary Hay hay issued an identical note to the foreign powers asking the pres ervatlon of neutrality in China which it is believed that many of them will accept The Mikado is rapidly mobilizing an army of J500000 men and the Czar is making greater preparations to ud his eastern force- sDemocratic Primary April 23 By order of the Democratic com mittee of the Fourth congressional district a primary election will be held in the various voting precincts in the district on April 23 1004 for the purpose of nominating a Democratic candidate for the office of Congress man or Representative to be voted for at the regular election at the November election 1004 to represent the said district in the lower house of the Congress of the United States of America Rehearsing at Cantata The choir of the M E church South augmented by other singers of the town are rehearsing the sacred oratoria cantata David King of Israel unaer the instruction of A H Murray They expect to give their first evening song service within the next four weeks Mrs Mary Barnes Dead Bewleyville Ky Fob 1Spao- lallThe j people of this community are gneved to know of the illness and death of Mrs Mary Stith Barnes She and her parents were born and reared here Her uncle Z T Stlth is in Louisville Mr Hawley Improving Mr Frame Hawley who runs the big flouring mill at Addison and waa in a serious condition from having two rusty nails pierce his foot is still confined to his home but is improv ling CASTORIAForI The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the JSipatur ot rw i f J 1 r sr a bA f 1 N I r I 1 I iii +11 1111111111111 11011 I 101 II Jot JoI JoI JoZU 11111 1 1i0oi+ rt tt TIlE STROLLERS By FREDERIC S ISHAM Author of Under the Rose kkk1 H Copyright 1902 br THE BOWEN MERRILL COMPANY rtrtrtrtrtofrtrirtrtrfrtrtrtrtrtrtttrtrt AAAA MdnrMt AA m AAAAr Ml Ar A Hd3II rI3rrcIi ttotWIrI t dFIIF W1 dtTit14i III1 CHAPTER SI- XABOVE In his room Barnes with and manuscripts scatter him was engaged In writing In his note and date book wherein autobiography ledger nnd journal accounts and such miscel laneous matter mingled Indiscriminate ly Today she said to me I am go ing to the races with Mr SaintPros per What did I say Yes of course What can there be In common be tween Lear and Juliet Naturally she sometimes turns from an old fellow like me Now If she were only a slip of n girl again with her short frock her disorder of long ringlets running nnd romping A thousand details pass through my mind reminiscences of her girlhood lightening a lonesome life like glim merings of sunshine In a secluded wood memories of her mother and the old days when she played In my New York theater for Barnes the stroller was once a metropolitan manager Her fame hind preceded her and every admirer of histrionic art eagerly awaited her arrival Then this Incompara ble woman fell ill You see I have ruined you she said sadly- I I am honored madam was all I could reply She placed her hand softly on mine and let her luminous eyes rest on me Dear old friend she murmured Then she closed her eyes and I thought she was sleeping Some time elapsed when she again opened them Death will break our contract Mr Barnes she said softly- I suppose my hand trembled for she tightened her grasp and continued firmlyI It Is not so terrible after all or would not be but for one thing 1 You will soon get well madam I managed to stammer No Do you care It Is pleasant to have one true kind friend in the worldone who makes a woman be l hove again In the nobility of human nature My life has been sad as you know I should not regret giving It up Nor should I fear to die My child what will she dopoor moth erless fatherless girlnil alone all alone Madam It I maywill you permit me to care for her It I might regard her as my child How tightly she held my hand atIthat Her eyes seemed to blaze with heavenly fire But let me not dwell further upon the sad events that led to the end of her noble career Something of her life I had heard something I surmised Unhappy as a wont an she was majestic as an actress The fire of her voice struck every ear Its sweetness hid a charm hover to be forgotten A knock at the door rudely dispelled these memories For a moment the manager looked startled as one abruptly called hack to his Immediate surroundings then the pen fell tromI his hand and he pushed the book from him to the center of the table Come In he said The door opened and SaintProsper entered Am I interrupting you asked the soldier glancing at the littered table Not at all answered the manager recovering himself and settling back in his chair Make yourself at home Youll find some cigars on the mantel or If you prefer your pipe theres a Jar of tobacco on the trunk Do you find It I havent hind time yet to bring order out of chaos A managers trunks are like a Junk shop with everything from a needle to an anchor Filling his pipe from the receptacle indicated which lay among old cos tumes and wigs the soldier seated him self near an open window that looked out upon a balcony Through a door at the far end of the balcony a light streamed from a chandelier within playing upon the balustrade Once the figure of the young actress stepped for a moment out upon the balcony She leaned upon the balustrade looked across the city breathed the perfume of the lowers and then quickly van ished Can you spare me a little time tomorrow morning early before rehearsal said SaintProsper finally Yes returned the manager In sur prise What Is It A foolish piece of business The patroon Is in New Orleans Barnes uttered an exclamation of annoyance nnd apprehension Here What Is he doing here he said I thought we had seen the last of himx Has he followed Constance I dont know We met today at the racesIt Is strange she did not tell me about It remarked the manager without endeavoring to conceal the anxiety this unexpected Information afforded himShe does not know ho is here And SaintProsper briefly related the cIr- cumstances of his meeting with the land baron to which the manager lis tened attentively rAnd so she must be dragged into IU exclaimed Barnes at length resentfully Her name must become public prop erty In a broil A frown darkened the soldiers face but ho renllcd aulckly Need any one Know The land baron bas not been seen with her No but you have returned the manager suddenly pausing and look ing down at the other The silence between them lasted for some moments Barnes stood with hisI hands In his pockets his face down cast and moody He felt that events were happening over which he had no control but which were shaping the destiny of all he loved best In the dim light the rugged lines of his coun tenance were strongly decisively out lined Turning to the trunk with a quick nervous step he filled a pipe himself After he had lighted It heII once more contemplated the soldier thinking deeply reviewing the past We have been together for some time Mr SaintProsper he said at length We have gone through tallc and rough weather andhe paused a moment before continuing should un derstand each other You asked mo when you came In It you were Interrupting me and I told you that yout were not As a matter of fact you wore And walking to a table Barnes took up the notebook A garrulous single man must tell his little secrets somewhere he con tinued Will you look at the pages I was writing when you came in Saint Prospcr took the book and J while he was turning the leaves that were hardly dry the manager relighted his pipe over which he glanced nerv ously from time to time at his companion Finally when the soldier had finished the perusal of the diaryI Barnes turned to him expectantly but the other silently laid down the littleC volume and after waiting some moII ments for him to speak the manager as though disappointed by his reticence I breathed a sigh Then clearing his 1 throat in a voice somewhat husky he I went on sulkily You will understand how why she Is so much to me I have always wanted to keep her from the world as much as possible to have her world her art I have tried to keep the shadow of the past from her An actress has a pretty face and theres- a hue and cry It Is not notoriety she seeks but fame fame bright nnd pure as sunlight The land baron will not cry abroad the cause of the meeting said the solIdier gravely These fashionable af fairs need but flimsy pretextsIFlimsy pretexts cried Barnes A womans reputationher good name Hush said SaintProsper From the door nt the far end of the balcony Constance had again emerged and now approached their room A flowing gown of an early period sur rounded her like a cloud as she paused J before Barnes apartment At thoI throat a deep falling collar was closely fastened the sleeves were gathered In at elbow nnd wrist and from n coy erchlcf set upon the dusky hair tellI a long veil of ample proportions With the light shimmering on the folds of her raiment she stood looking through the open door regarding theI manager and SaintProsper- Oh you are not alone she said to the former You look ns though you were talking together very seriously she added turning to SaintProsperI Nothing of consequence Miss CnI rew he replied flushing beneath her clear eyes Only about some scenery interposed the manager so hastily that she glanced slightly surprised from the one to the other Some sets that are Flimsy pretexts I caught ihatI much I only wanted to ask you about this costume Is it appropriate do youI think for the part we were talking about turning around slowly with arms half raised- Charming my dear charming ho answered enthusiastically It I only thought that an unbiased criticism Her dark lashes lowered she looked toward the soldier halt shyI ly half mockingly What do you think Mr SaintProsper- At that moment her girlish grace was Irresistible- I think It is not only appropriate but looking at her and not at tho- costumebeautltul A gleam like laughter came Into her eyes nor did she shun his kindling gazeThank you she said and couricsled low To be Continued Perfect Confidence Where there used to be a feeling of uneasiness and worry in the house hold when a child showed symptoms of croup there is now perfect con fidence This is owing to the uni form success of Chamberlains Cough Remedy in the treatment of that dis ease Mrs M I Basford of Poolos ville Md in speaking of her experi ence In the use of that remedy says I have a world of confidence in Chamberlains Cough Remedy for I have used it with perfect success My child Garland is subject to severe attacks of cronp and it always gives him prompt relief For sale by Short Haynes TIPS ON BEING- COMFORTABLE From a Woman Who Says That Nervousness is Vicious Think of Pleasant Things and it Wont Matter Whether You Eat Or Not Now York Sun Mrs Vance Cheney foundress of a mental something which she says is new and describes nslmind development or correct thinking spent yesterday afternoon in telling 200 women and four men in a Carnegie hall studio that nervousness is the most vicious thing in the world and the root of nearly all eviland more to the same effect Enthusiasm and exciteuieut are all wrong anger and resentment are errors of judgment failures in business and love are opportunities misapplied physical illness is all imagination and these things and many more unpleasant are all the result of the modern evil nervousness The studio was in semidarkness and no one spoke above a whisper during half hour that Mrs Cheney kept her audience waiting Patience is one of the articles in her creed IThe Prevention and Cure for Nerv ousnessIs Nervousness Compatible With True Christianity was the title I of Mrs Cheneys address Never she said but without enthusiasm or emphasis which are fundamental elements of nervousness Not while the world goes around Nervousness is selfishness and slavery Christianity could never be either Mrs Cheney has five steps for curing but in all of them she in cludes Think you are not nervousand let your mind dwell on beautiful things Whatever we are enamored ofshe said the nerves will respond to Let us love beautiful things our nerves will succumb and our bodies become comely Man has an absolute choice of what he will think about The eyes of some of the women rested on a particularly attractive hat in the second row- lInstead of looking upon a man as a body having a soul picture him as a soul wearing a body Oh gasped one of the older ladies such things to tell young people You neednt be nervous anothe hour if you will but touch the spring of the open secret of the universe and let your inner consciousness control the outer consciousness The kernal of nervousness is selfishness The woman who is nervous has a soul and a mina unawakenedMisfortune does not crush it sug gests opportunities Illness does not conquer when your inner conscious ness controls continued Mrs Cheney herself showing the least trace of nerv ousness After the dozen or more maids who have invaded your kitchen and upset your household you find one who actually possesses one trait you can endure You find that she can make excellent coffee Nerves and coffee co operate beautifully when the mind is in a proper condition- If the proper brain cells are devel oped and our inner consciousness upper most we are bound to be healthy and hnppy It is good when we have our breakfast and good when we have none Food and regular hours are not neces sary when your nerves are in proper conditionShe declared that if the brain cells are properly developed the squeak of a door is a pretty variation of the third or fifth musical scale and if your little boy takes a piece of steel and scrapes on the window pane Ohhhl shivered two matronly looKing women at the suggestion and Mrs Cheney did not tell what soothing music that sort of screech might be come Instead she said If your little boy insists on beating his drum or blow ing his horn you will love him all the more for it and find pleasure and peace in the pastime- It is easier to become ill Mrs Cheney says than to make am effort to be other wise It onlv requires thirty days to obtain a marked change mentally and physically in those who adopt tne art of right thinking Some of those at he lecture are won dering what that is Other People Grow Lemons Frymire Ky Feb 8 1904 Mr J D Babbage Clovorport Ky Dear SirHaving noticed an account in the News of Cloverport people raising lemons I will tell you of two lemon bushes owned by ladies of Frymire Mrs J R Bruner has a bush three years old and two teet high that ripened n lemon together with ten others that measured fifteen and a half inches in circumference and weighed one and a half pounds Mrs Brazier pulled two some time since and made lemonade The fruit is equal if not superior to any brought from Sicily or the South both In flavor and acidity Mrs B H Frymire has a bush the same age tnnt had a lemon on it together with five others that weighed fourteen ounces These bushes are kept in the ynrd in spring and summer and in tne house in winter The blossoms an as fragrant as oranges blossoms which they resemble They bloom iron February until September The bush owned by Mrs Bruner will be JD bloom in a few days having rips lemons green lemons and blossoms on it at the same time Yours truly W W Johnston Escaped an Awful Fate Mr H Hoggins of Melbourne Fla writes My doctor told me I had Consumption and nothing could be done for me I was given up to die The offer of a free trial bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consump tion induced me to try it Kesults were startling I am now on the road to recovery and owe all to Dr Kings New Discovery It surely saved my life This great cure is guaranteed for all throat and lung diseases Short Haynes Druggists Price 50o 8 100 Trial Botttes free Mr Payne is Puzzled Lodlourg Ky Mr J D Babbage Dear t3lrYou will find check for renewal on subscription to the News and my guess In your great profit sharing contest In last weeks paper an account of the Cnster massacre and battlefield was given The story seemed to run tolerably straight but couldnt see why the Sioux warriors would be wrapped in blankets on June 25 Curley it said making his escape by snatching a blanket from n slain warrior Yours truly G F Payne You Know What You Are Taking When you take drove Tasteless Chill Ton ic because the formula Is plainly printed on every bottle showing that It Is simply Iron and Quinine In a tasteless form No cure No pay Price hoc Water Circus Coming Again Tne Great American Water Circus which exhibited here last May on a boat will show at all towns of impor tance along the Ohio river this year The show will be hero sometime in the spring It is one of the best small circuses nn the rood and probably the only one in the work which is entirely on the water Have You Indigestion- If ycu have indigestion Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will cure you It has cured thousands It is curing people every dayevery hour You owe it to yourself to give it a trial You will continue to suffer until you do try it There is no other combination if di estanta that digest and rebuild at the saute time Kodol does both Kodol cures strengthens and rebuilds Sold by All Dmggitss Billons in Farm Animals Washington Feb 10Time acting statistician of the Department of Ag riculture has completed estimate ofjthe number and value of farm animals in the TTnited States on January 1 1104 The totals for the country are shown in the following table Farm Animals Number Value Horses16736U 11369402- 118Mules2767916 217532832 Mitch cows 17410817 508841480 Other cattle 43020498 712178184 Sheep 51030144 188 580 00- 11Swine470011807 280224027 BLACK DRAUGHTSTOCK POULTRY MEDICINEStock troubles which are not bowel and liver irregularities Black Draught Stock and Poultry Medicine is a bowel and liver remedy for stock It puts the organs of digestion in a perfect condition Prominent American breeders and farmers keep their herds and flocks healthy by giving them an coca sional dose of BlackDraught Stock and Poultry Medicine in their food Any stock raiser may buy a 25cent halfpound airtight can of this medicine from his dealer and keep his stock in vigorous health for weeks Dealers gener ally keep DluckDraught Stock and Poultry Medicine If yours does not send 25 cents for a sample can to the manufacturers The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chat tanooga Tenn BOOIIBIAB GA Jan SO IMS BUokDraught Stock and Poultry Medicine U the best I ever tried Our took wa looking bad when you lent me the medicine and now they are getting so One They are looking 80 per cent better S P BROOKINQTON rIffVCHBST Jt TAKEDOWN REPEATING SHOT GUNS These guns are a highclass production at a lowclass price Per strong shooting and lasting qualities they are in a class by themselves They arc made In 12 and 16 gauge in full cylinder or modified choke for brush and field shooting or full choke for trap and duck shooting They can be taken down instantly without any tools To get the best re suits always use Winchester Factory Loaded Shells In these guns as one is made for the other FREES ndlor our 160pape illuitrated cataloyu WINCHESTER REPEATING 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signature Ison each box 2fto Grand Lodge A 0 U W Meets The grand lodge of Kentucky A O U W met in Louisville last weeK at the Fifth avenue The most important step taken by the delegates was the ratification of the new sche dule of insurance rates recommended by the supreme lodge last June This will cause a slight increase in ratesOfficers for the lodge were elected as follows T D Osborne Louisville Q P M W Samuel Bedford Owens boro U M W Henry Watson Mt Sterling U F Moses R Glenn Eddyville if Z j J A Lyne Hen derson O T Jno T Hinton Jr Parts Ut I G L 0 Bailey aalyersville G I W Wm Long Anland G O W and Jas Coving ton Bowling Green G R SpeechHearing Messrs Ely Bros I commenced using your Cream Balm about two years ago for catarrh My voice was somewhat thick and my hearing was dull My hearing has been fully restored and my speech has become quite clear I am a teacher in our town L G Brown Granger 0 The Balm does not irritate or cause sneezingBold druggists at 50 ots or mall ed by Elv Brothers 50 Warren tit New York Accepts At Glendeane The following was printed in last weeks Baptist Argus in the column entitled Seminary Notes D B Clapp has accepted for all of his time at Glendeaue Ky Meets at Owensboro June 910 The executives committe of the National Association ot Traveling Freight agents met in Owensboro last week and arranged plans for the annual meeting of their association whlcn will be held in that city June 010 fJOHN Sa CULLEYj BRICK CONTRAC- TORLouisville FK Ky tt s Harned Norm- alSCHOOL Term Beg- insFebruary 23 And Closes June 10 1904 Courses of Study Teachers Course 12 00 Preparatory Course 8 00 Money payablojin advance Pupils absent one week on account of sickness money refunded Good board and furnishedrooms at 2 find 225 per week For further particulars addres- sANDREW I DRISKELL fi PRINCIPAL Hardinsburg Ky THIS IS A- Presidential YearA- ND YOU MUST KEEP POSTEDT- heway to do this is to reedthe WEEKLY Courior Journal HENRY WATTERSON Editor TWELVE PAGES ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY 1100Year REVENUE REFORM SOCIAL REFORM MORAL REFORM niCOUXIERJQUIIIIAL Illilt the kilt Alnuic publllhitf Slid 35 emit for i coif kr sill COURIERJOURNAL COMPANY LOUISVILLE KY By a Special Arrangement you caa get th- eBreckenridge News and the WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL both one year for only 150 This Is for cash subscriptions only All subs- crIptions under this combination offer must be sent through the BreckenrldRo Now a of flee Cloverport Ky Was Marshall Many Years Elizabethtown Ky Feb toThe remains of William Warren aged eightyfour years were interred In the St James cemetery today He was city marshal of this city for almost a quarter of a century and was one of the estknown men in Eardin coun ty a r w j ita a r I I 1 r I r ory c 1- i a i J J i ii The Breckenridge Newsy WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 17 1004 i NOTES FROM WASHINGTON 1 One ot the officers of the battleship Missouri which has been engaged in target practice off tho Chesapeake capes came to the Navy Department Wednesday with a remnrKnble state ment Ut said that one of the twelve inch guns being elevated seven de grees let fly a shell which the strongest glass could not follow to the end of its flight Later n passing Btenmer reported that the shot had strucK the sea within 800 jards of her The steamer was distant from the Missouri just titten miles The House by n vote of 172 to 103 on Thursday in the Senate rnendtnent to the Urgent Deficiency Appropria tion Bill authorizing a loan of 4000 000 bv theGovernment to the Louisiana Purchase Exposition concurred after amending it with respect to the man ner in which the money shall be paid The report cf the Naval Appropria tion Bill to the House on Thursday by Chairman Foss of the Naval affairs Committee says in part canlstruotion numberlargebattleshipsabetterproportionIf we judge sentiment it is in fav or of the continuous policy of building up our navy If we stopped now we would be left behind the leading countries of the world The American people will not in dorse the policy of sacrificing the American navy for intCrnntloniil improvements nor is there any such necessity i Foremost and above all must stand considerations of national defense maintenance of our foreign policies and protection of American citizens everywhere The American people aru not willing to lessen their in fluence on this hemisphere nor forsake their interests ou the other The cost of the new ships of the navy as well as the completion of those now under construction the report says will be about 82718000 When you feel blue anti that every thing goes wrong take a dose of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They will cleanse and in vigorate your stomach regulate your bowels give you a relish for your food and make you feel that in this old world is a good place to live For sale byShort Haynes First Disaster at Fenley John Blackford Jr of Hawesville was crushed to death at the mines at Fenley Friday morning at eight oclock by falling coal Blackford was a union miner and was at work when death came in the mine The re mains were taken to Haweaville for intermentBlackford leaves a wife and one child and had 1000 insurance in the Equitable company No blame is at tached to the Auburn Ah Coal Co for the disaster which is the first of its kind at the companys mine since first developed four years ago i 1 a all a tie or guess or 2500 or guess 1000 or guess fifth or guess or 200 or 150 or 100 or guess 75 tenth or guess 50 or each 100 next or each L 50 28 or IS each 140 445 or g3 each 1835 403 t To In your we I The paid May of total paid May of will be total of St Fair It or at It send in of your It a to close day before Fair opens so no is in es timating Send of your or with your i to write your name P O to take of I I E R pastor of Haweaville M E and Miss Mollie Qrayberrv of Ellisburg Ky who has been a teacher in the public for a number of were married in Louisville Mysterious TUtsc1ayI One and sallow and the and rosy Whence the difforance She who is blushing with hearth uses Dr Kingss to it By gently r arousing the organs good digestion and head constipa tlon Try Only 25c at Short Drug Favo West Washington Feb i Committee on Military has practically decided to recommend passage of a bill appropriating 000 for purchase of four military as recommended by Lieut Gen Chaffee recently The of the mittee is not to deeigpate where located but to it the judgment of the stall of the This would mean tnat Point Ky will be selected as one of the sites and tnat approx 500000 will be expended the land Getzendanner Promoted Get Getzendanner formerly of this who has been an attendant at the Central Kentucky Asylum for the Insane at Lakeland several months has been promoted to the rI Our Great Profit Sharing Contest 15000 Cash Prizes 1 st Prize 5000 2nd Prize 2500 3d Prize 1000 Seven Special Prizes of 50000 Each for Early Estimates Every subscriber to TILE BUECKKNKIDOE NEWS will have an opportunity share in these magnificent prizes if ho wishes to participate in tho Great Worlds lair Contest in these givenThe of this contest is the Totul Paid Admissions during May the first of the Great St Worlds Fair Without the Worlds lair which will open at St Louis on May will be tho largest over held in the and every man woman child should be interested in great enterprise Conditions this Great Contest Every subscriber who 100 the regular subscription price for a subscrip tion to TILE BRECKENIUDGE NEWS will receivoono certificate which will secure for him any prize which his to claim When you send in your subscription also send your of the total paid admissions at the Worlds Fair during the first month of the Fair Write your address estimate in the Subscription Blank below mail it to TILE BRECKENIUDQE NEWS andIThe contest will close at midnight April 30th 1904 no estimate received after hour will be allowed The official record of Secretary of the Worlds Fair showing total paid attendance durine May the first month of the Fair will determine WhO are to the prizes and the awar2s wIll be made disinterested committee of prominent entitledIIduring the first in As this contest will close on April 30 the day before opens will have an equal chance to those prizes Those who estimate or have a chance to Special Prize just as a chance to win the Prize of 500000 as the one guesses on the day of the contest The to pay the prizes is deposited in the Central Savings Bank Detroit Michigan can be used for no other purpose In case of a or that two or estimators are equally correct prizes will be divided equally between them HERE IS THE OF PRIZES IIFor the nearest correct estimate ISOOO For the second estimate guess For the third nearest correct estimate Fur the fourth nearest correct estimate 500 For the nearest correct estimate 300 for the sixth correct estimate guess For tho seventh nearest correct estimate guess For the eighth nearest correct estimate guess For the ninth nearest correct estimate For the nearest correct estimate ForUm next live nearest correct estimates guesses J20 For the five nearest correct estimates guesses 110 For the next nearest correct estimates finesses For tIle next nearest correct guesses prizes amounting t- oValuable 111600 Information aid forming estimates furnish the following figures total during the first month the Chicago Worlds Fair were 1000037 The admissions during the first month the Buffalo PanAmerican Exposition were 300430 What the paid during May tho first the Louis Worlds Figure out guess and tho figures guesses may mean fortune you The contest will the tho that advantage gained by delay the tho figures guesses subscriptions i- Re carefnl figures and plainly Dont fall advantage tho Special Prizes BennettGrayberry- Rev Bennett the church schools years was pale other fresh New Life maintain lazy they compel off them Haynes Store able For Point toThe House Affairs the 2000 the permanent camps present purpose com these camps shall be leave to general army West imately for there Geo city for po IN 500 to which matter great month Louis doubt fair world and this of remits years estimates entitle him estimates Way name and and tho by week June win will win and good Capital who last money and more LIST nearest correct nearest estimates admissions admissions month result estimates Pills In addition to the foregoing prizes the nIISpecial Prizes for EarlyI EstimatesI WILL BE PAID For the nearest correct estimate received before Jan 15 600 For the nearest correct estimate received on or after Jan 15 and before Feb 1 MX For the nearest correct estimate received on or after Febl and before Fob 15 500 For the nearest correct estimate received on or after Feb 15 and before March J 500 For the nearest correct estimate received on or after Marchl and before March 15 500 For the nearest correct estimate received on or after March 15 and before April 1 500 For tho nearest correct estimate received on or after April 1 and before April 15 500 Total SCO prizes amounting to 815000 Subscription Blank Inclosed find to apply on Subscription Account Name Postofflce r Btate My Estimates of tho total number of paid admissions to tho Worlds Fair during the month of May are Nw u Moo 1 m Remember that the Capital Prize is 5000 and that there are Seven Special Prizes of 500 ach for Early Estimates Send all orders to The Brecke ridge News Cloverport Ky Over half a century of it Is one of the reasons why goods stamped 1847Rogers Bros the product of this long experience are best They are sold by leading deal ers For catalogue No6 explaining points of In addresstheInternational Sliver Company Meriden Ooaa aition of Overseer of Buildings and Roofing Department Clayton Cross on a guard at the asylum is also a former resident of Cloverport WORK DONE BY STATE SOLONS Governor Beckham signed the Brad ley registration bill Thursday It provides for registration of voters in all cities of whatever class Each person registering will be given a certificate of registration and he can not vote without producing it By vote ot 18 to 16 the Senate adopted the bill by Senator Ward antnorizing county magistrates to perform the duties of road supervisors or overseers where the court sees pro per so to do The House bill appropriating iJinOOO annually for the Kentucky Childrens Home Society was concurred in by a vote of 80 to 0 by the Senate Wednes dayTh House bill appropriating 57000 for the Confederate Home was also adopted without dissent The companion bill to this measure increasing the per capita of the in mates of the home from 125 to 175 and caring for wives of the inmates was next considered and adopted Better Than Gold I was troubled for several years with chronic indigestion und nervous debility OJwrites F J Green of Lancaster N H No remedy help ed me until I began using Eelectrio Bitters which did me more good than all the medicine I ever used They have also kept my wife in excellent health for years She says Electric Bitters are just 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WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 17 10M THE AMERICAN SO CIETY OF EQUITY The pressing need of the proper kind of farmers combines in this state especially is more apparent at present than in any previous year The only proper way for farmers to promote their welfare to guard they interests and to solve urgent question that confront them ia by intelligent action and united efforts through co operation The granges of the past had good purposes but they became entangled in politics and did not accomplish what they should have More and more every year the far mers welfare is becoming dependent on the will of outer classes the inter mediate buyer and the speculator in particular and thA prices on the com modities he furnishes the public are fixed by the two latter classes making him the only workman in the country whose prices are dictated by the other man If this condition continues many more years the farmers position will be almost unbearable and be will DO forced tc action to effect a chaise if he does not wish both his material end his moral welfare to suffer seriously Tins is already true in the case of the demoralized tobacco situation The farmers all over the State have made practically nothing trom their tobacco this season and are now hold ing meetings in every section with a view to discontinuing the cultivation of the crop or to adopting other meaus to fight the tobac co buyers combines But these meet ings will probably not be successful in a large measure as the temporary crganizations thus formed are scat tered and have not a recognized head The only proper Kind of a farmers combine is a national organization that will have both money and brains behind it and will never Know any man s politics or religion When such a union as this lias a million or morn members it will be a strong business power in this country and when every faiuier line joined it it will be a stronger power than the trusts or any organization of labor Than and only till then can tna farm ers relieve the demoralized tobacco situation nun assert and maintain their right in any question that may arise A farmers combine which aims to do all this is the American Society of Equity facts about which are given on another page Many farmers are joining this organization every day and have great faith in its efllca oy to help thorn when it has secured a large membership So far as the News Is able to see one of the best things that a farmer can do at present to help himself is to become a member of the American Society of Equity The main reason of the farmers op pression by other classes is that he has never realized what a power he isi when he co operates with his broth er farmer Thousands of machinists avid carpenters can go on a strike the business world suffers But let the farmers go on a strike and the nation humanity suffers and will perish To illustrate the farmers failure to take advantage of his power The value of farm products in 1108 exclusive of farm animals was 12000000000 and yet this tremendous producing interest permits other interests to put a price upon its products To put an end to such conditions is tho object of the American Society of Equity Our want column is interesting this week Read it There is universal sorrow over the death of Senator Mark henna There is one thing about Mr Bryans t100 rewardbe will never have it to pay If you cant pronounce the names in the Japanese war dispatches just Bay YoubeDam and go ahead Have you renewed your subscription and made your guess If not you had better do it right now A fortune awaits you There are more plant beds and larger ones this year than ever Why dont you stop it Better plant a bigger crop of hogs Mr A B Sktllm n has the sympathy of the whole community in the accident which befell him at Hardinsburg last Sunday evening THIS REMEDYIs GIV- ESatisfaction Elys Cream Balm Gives Relief ai once It cleanses soothes and heals tho dis eased membrane It cure4 Catarrh and drives away a Cold In In till Head quickly It Is absorbed llenlS and Protects the Membrane Restores tho 6OcUntdruJJlsrELY HltOTHEKS M Wnrren St New York Reub Miller made the speech of his life in the bank case at Hardinsmrg last Monday It was a clear concise tetn perate and convincing exposition of his side of the case The time was in this country when if a man had quoted Mr Lincoln as freely as Mr Bryan is doing now he wou1l1 have been swung up to a tree How times and men do change Though the population of Russia iis 00 millions greater than the population of Japan there are 200000 more children at school in Japan than in Russia It is the schoolbouses behind the gun that win modern victories Louisvill Post Mr F P Hagood in renewing his subscription to the News sends best wishes to all his friends in old Brecken ridge and says We are having prosperous times in the sunny South this year caused by the short cotton crop There is no doubt but what the South iis the best place ou earth for poor people at this period of our history Wouldnt it be a good idea f r met who ride their horses to town on a cold windy day like last Monday and hitcl them out in the cold to take n blanke along and cover the poor animals A horse suffers when hitched in the cold just like a mien Sorrow for suffering should not stop at man bt t should reach out to the poor dumb animals as well Be kind to your horse that carries you over the rough places Mr Watterson apologises for the re marks he made about Mr Bryan not at tending the funeral of his sister Hi says he was misled by reports in tin newspapers This is right andmanly Now Mr Bryan should apologise for his remarks about Mr Wattersou Both should shake hands kiss make up and hold a love feast and quit their snapping and snarling What Democrats want now is an oldfashioned Methodist love feast a few weeks of prayer and a shake all around HARDINSBURQ Fred Ferry of Cloverport was in the city Sunday W J Hall of Rock vale was in town Monday on a business trip Joe Sawyer of Cloverport was the guest of Mr and Mrs Alfred Heston SundayJudge Weed S Chelf spent Sunday tit Irvington the guest of Mr Weather Charles B Skillraan of Lloverport was the guest of Mr and Mrs M H Beard Saturday Mrs T B Henderson of Webster is here visiting her daughter Mrs Amos M Kiuoheloo Mrs Caleb Hodgo and son of MoLeansboro III are visiting her parouts Judge and Mrs Milton Board Thomas Bond of Caneyville is here attending court He has a suit for damage pending against the L H bt L Ry Co The Rev J D Walsh D D of Louisville conducted quarterly meeting services at the M E church Saturday and Sunday Prof W W Whalen and his assistant Miss Maude Smythe closed the public school yesterday They will teauh a private school here beginning Monday next It will be conducted in the publio school building Frank DeHaven has sold his farm lying near town on the Hartford road to John Hennlng of Daviess county The consideration was 3500 Mr DeHaven and family will re move to Oregon next month Beware of Ointments tor Catarrh that Contain Mercury- as mercy will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when entering it througn the mucous surface Such articles should never be used ex cept on prescriptions from reputable physicians as the damage they will do Js tenfold tof the good yon can possibly derive from them Hans Catarrh Cure manufactured by J F Cheney Co Toledo 4 contains no mercury and is taken internally act inn directly upon the blood and ma SUB surfaces of the system In bay ing Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you set the genuine Ic Is taken internally and made in Toledo Ohio by J F Lheney Co Testimonials free Sold by Druggists price 75o per bottle Halls Family Pills are the best i BEWLEYVILLE Murray Blanaford Is attendin Bowling Green College Leonard Stith of Stubs Valley left for Arkansas Tuesday Mrs Herbert Cain has recovered from her recent illness W H Cain Sr who has been Iill for sometime IB much improved Miss Ola Shumate is at home hav- Ing closed her spring school at Big SpringRev W A Hynes we understand proposes to discontinue his visits Ito Big Springa Miss Ina McCoys school was out last Wednesday She thinks of attending school this spring- E P Hardaway and Miss Bland Jolly recently had a tine visit to Her and Mrs W A Stith Miss Minnie Stith is at home aCter an absence of five months at Glee deane attending school Thos J Jolly recently visited leln tives at Sample and worded in interest of the Society of Equity Hon W A Smith visited his sister Mrs Chas Fonntaine of Arkansas during the month of January Miss Annie Payne left Monday Feb 8 for Lexintgon to attend the Stat College the ensuing five Months Miss Mary Keith who has been attending Logan Female College at Rnssellville the past five months returned home Saturday Miss Pearl Benham who had charge of a school in Stiths Valley left iit in charge of John Hicks and went to Missouri for a better situation Leuard and Thos Stith with their sisters Misses Rachel and Vivre at tended church here Sunday und dined with Mr and Mrs Z T Stith Miss Alberta Drury hRs finished teaching her school near Irvingtoi and is visiting the Misses Mudd She will teach a spring school at Bethel Miss Lena Johnson of Garfield re HughIthe illness and death of her little daffyMr and Mrs Thos J Stith hue with them all day Sunday Feb 14 nil their seven boys The oldest Dr Sam stith of Ekron Hon W A Stith Strorher and Arvm Stith Leonard Stith who is recently returned from Iowa and the two youngest Thomas end Fred They are all fine splendid nen ot whom parents may be justly proud The missionary folks will meet with Mrs B A Hardaway Friday Feb 20 We are invited to come in the morning take dinner and hold the meeting in the afternoon It is to- be a celebration of Uncle Bens birthday and we are sure of an all round good time We will have a lesson from sex Christus led by this scribe Please all of you learn your lesson Golden Rod Cures Kidney and Bladder Troubles Deep- S ated Cases Aching Back Mucous Discharger Etc For old obstinate deepseated Kidney Bladder and Urinary diseases take a bottle of Botanic Kidney Specific If you have agonizing pains in tack swollen legs or abdomen discharges from the nretha neuralgia of the bladder burning sensation or difficulty in passing water also a frequent desire or even involuntary discharges of the urine Catarrh of the bladder tone Brights disease disagreeable doof the urine scanty and hign olored your kidneys and bladder are Specificdisappearischarges ppear The burning sensation stops nnd a perfect cure is guaranteed Botanic Kidney Specific gives trength power and health to the kidneys Acts directly on the uric acid and dissolves and destroys it Plea nt to the taste Especially dvised for chronio cases that rests aU other treatment 1 per large bottle at my store or by express Call or write A R Fisher Cloverort Ky Resolutions of Respect Whereas it has pleased our Heavenly ather who unowetn and doeth all things well to remove our brother amen A Moorman from this world of pain and trouble to that house not made with hands where our savior went to prepare a place for us therefore let us endeavor to be reconciled to his will and wisdom in all things Resolved t That in the death of our rother our church has lost one of her best and most Influential members his wife a loving and devoted bus and his children a kind and indul enjt father and thp community cue of its best citizens That sf extend to the family our deepest sympathy and refer them to Rev 1418- That a copy of these resolutions be pread on our churcn book a copy presented to the family and a copy sent to each of our county papers and to the Western Recorder C S Robertson R B Miller J M Craig Com IRVINQTON 2 lb can corn l00J G fc Co Little Hurry Smith is very sick i lb can tomatoes IDoJ G Cc 20 lbs granulated sugar 1 cttshJ- G Co H H Kemper spent Friday iin LouisvilleGo Jolly Gardner Co for your grass seed Claud Pemberton of Elizabethtowr was in town Friday Highest price paid for produce by Jolly Gardner Co Dr C F Marshall is confined to his room with lugrippe Dollar wheat at Irvington Mill C and flour at same proportion Miss Ellen Mnnford entertained toe Crimp club Tuesday evening- S P Payne hag been in Hardinc bur the past week attending court Dick Hardaway shaved his inustach off and has a case of look jaw as a re sultDr and Mrs Dempster of Falls of Rough are guests of Mr and Mre Foster Lyon Wm Hopper of Bnrgtn Las accepted a position as bookkeeper in the First State Bank Capt E N Bryant of the Cum berland Tel and Tel Co spent Sun day in Brandenburg Mr and Mrs Albert Marshall of Guston spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs G T Marshall Miss Eva Carrigan and visitor ofI Guston were the guests of the Misses Mnnfords Tuesday- A little chill of Mr Doriot diecd of severe throat trouhle Saturday night and was buried Sunday Jolly Gardner Co are making additional cuts on clothing shoes etc to make room for their spring stock It will make yon money to jail on them It will pay you to call on Jolly LGardner Co for anything you neec from a pin to a steam engine They will make you close prices on anything you want Edwin Jolly an Irvington bey why is attending the Vanderbilt Training School at Smiths Grove is well sat stied and writes that he is along well and does not get gettingI Miss Jones of Beaver Dam Mist Eva Corrigan and Mrs Harry Bell of Huston were charming guests of the Misses Munfoid Tuesday They were lelightfully entertained at Crimp vith the Social Club by the Misses 1 anford Miss Anna Lee Bandy Mabel Mc ilotblan Ada Henderson Alberto Drury Mr H H Kemper Wm lopper J R Wimp Jr and J C Jiggs constitute a house party at the tome of the Misses Claycomb at main Springs Rev P C Dnval Presiding Elder of the Ellznbethtown district was in town Friday for a brief visit among riends He will preach in the Methodist church Friday evening March 4- at 7 oclock Remember the date and come out to hear him If you need a good range cook stove furniture of any kind hardware watches or jewelry of any Kind awing machines clothing shoes hats dry goods groceries or anything else itt will more than pay you to call on oily Gardner Co Our school opened with flattering respects last Monday with Prof Tuttle of Winchester in charge Prof Tuttle is an uptodate teacher and will build up a fine school if only supported by those interested in the education of their children Jolly Gardner Co have just re cei ved a car load of the noted Ames buggies all styles and grades every piece in them warranted It will pay you to examine and price them They iropose to make very low prices Challenge From Short llaynes Short Haynes are seeking the worst case of dyspepsia or constipa lon in town or vicinity to test Dr lowirdss new spemfio for tho cure 01 those diseases Ho confident are they that this remarkable medicine will effect a last ing cure in a short time that they offer to refund the money should It- not be successful quickestposele sell n regular fifty cent package of thlB medicine at half price 25 cents This specific of Dr Howards will oure sick headache dizzy feelings constipation dyspepsia and all forms off malaria and liver trouble It does not simply give relief fora time it takes permanent and complete cures Ifwill regulate the bowels tone up the whole intestinal tract give you an appetite made food taste good and igeat well and increase vigor Joy and happiness will take the place of that dont care whether I live or- die feeling Take advantage of Short Haynes hallenge and secure a bottle of Dr wards specific at half price with their personal guarantee to refund yoar money if it does not help you iit tr is RUEUMATISro Read the words of hope Better to come from cured persons than from us Leblllbl T ha 171503- I hays been a sufferer of rheum alUm for thirteen rears and at times oonld hardly walt 1 could not get w hands to the back of my head IIandII r DRS THACHERS LIVER AND BLOOD SYRUP The Road To Good Health will cure your rheumatism Relief comes after a few doses Rheumatism Is a disease of tho blood Dr Thachers Liver and Blood Syrup makes the cure permanent because It destroys tho poison in the blood that causes rheumatism It makes tho blood pure and rich It prevents rheu matlsm too Stop your aches and pains by taking this remarkable medicine ThousandsCured Nows the tlmo for you All drullirtsts sell it at 50 cents and 100 per bottle Dr Tbachers Liver Medicine Dry 35 cents Write our Consultation Department explaining symptoms and receive free advice Enclose 2cent stamp for sample bottle THACHER MEDICINE CO Chattanooga Tenn fff ft iiA Fortune u for your Thought 1 i f If it is tho only nearest correct estimate of the paid ti 5000tii W to obtain this It is easy r h i5 iioFor the Man Who Tells us How Many People Will Pay to go in This Gate During May Detailsl15heNEWS CLOVERPORT I NO BIDS FOR PATTON YARD ANOTHER SALE NECESSARY There were no bids made for the Patton briok yard at tho judicial sale on Friday at 12 oolook midday which was ordered by Judge Evans of the Western District of Kentucky Owensboro Division United States court on January 0 lust and has been advertised in the News for sever al issues Several capitalists and business men from Louisville came down over the Henderson Route in a private car and looked over the brickyard and were present when R N Hudson the Special Master was to sell the plant at publio auction to the highest bidder but no bids were made by them To satisfy the complainant the Col umbia Finance Trust company which has a mortgage on the plant ovyned by the Central Clay Product company the defendant It is now necessary for the United States court to order another sale of the plant and probably lower the upset price of 22000 It is not known when this will be done I A B SKILLMAN CO IESIjI NEAR MEETING DEATH Hardlnobnrg Ky Feb lOSp- ecialA painful accident in which Mr A B Skillman cashier of the Brecninridge Bank came near losing his life occurred at the depot here Sunday night In alighting from the coach the train commenced to move just as He was in the act of stepping to the platform He was knocked down and dragged several feet narrowly escaping being drawn under the wheels Dr A M Kincheloe WI- sent for and after an examination he was taken to the residence of Morris H Beard Mr Bkillman was consid erably bruised about the head and body but was not injured internally At this writing is improving andhls condition is satisfactory to his physician Mr Ssillman did not rest very well Monday night but showed some im provement today WHEREABOUTS OF VIRGIL WILSON ARE NOW KNOWN Virgil Wilson the young man who formerly resided in this city and was reported missing in last weeks News was not lost in tne Iroquois fire at Chicago and is still among tlia living This the News knows to be true from letters received by local parties which locate Mr Wilson in Missouri Marion Weatherholt cashier of the Bank of Ulnverport r dewed a letter last week from the district office of the Metropolitan Insurance company at Clinton Mo asking inforuntion about Mr Wilsons character and habits as he Wilson had made ap pliqation to the district offlcu for a position as agent for the company A letter something similar to this one was also received by Gen D R Murray of Hardinsbuig A letter to the News under date of February 18 and signed From a Friend of His Wile reads as follows I see in the News an article about one Virgil Wilson His address on Jan 10 1004 was Kansas City Mo 1W E Sixth street But be was at Pleas ant Hill Mo at the tiani he wrote to me Stops the Cough and Works tuff the Cold Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets euro a cold In one day No cure No pay Price 25c Interment at WolfCreek Wolf Creek Ky Feb jOSpe- cialThe remains of Mrs William Orsborne who died in Lonlbville last week were brought here Wednesday for interment in the Campbell graveyard Another Telephone Line Irvington Ky Feb 16 tspeoial tA new telephone line from Guston to this place is under construction sad When completed will prove 9uitea benefit to the tow- nLeafPolkj Tobin Leaf a wellknown young farmer of Tobinsport will go to Eureka In Spencer county Indiana his week to be married to Miss Kate Polk daughter of Edwin Polk who recently moved from Tobinsport to jureka = L I 0 i Jt t 4 F kLLL 1 1- I r rJ 1 1r 1 t i d s d 1- c J s i iI1 9r 1 Ia Ut 1 jj j r 1t 1j 1N i J i 1 i 1 t j f t IMs i sPills r This popular remedy never falls cuberDyspepsia Constipation Sick f Headache Biliousness fromta r The natural result Is good appetiteI and solid flesh Dose small elegant4 ly sugar coated and easy to swallow Take No Substitute f The Breckenridge News fWEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 17 100 1 f2Go novels 10c atJ D Babbagee Gasoline for sale at the News office Wm Wilson spent Sunday In Hen dersonWallace Lishen spent Snnday i Hnweeville 100 JOhn Holland fountain pen forI Babbagestof Louisville was toe guest ot relatives in the oft Y last week i Mrs Eugene Haynes went to Sam 1 pie Sunday to visit her mother Mrs x it 0 Hunter Mrs W H Bowmer entertalneII- tt the Ladies Reading Club last Thurs day afternoon The Saturday Evening Post dallv- erIed So copy or subscriptions taken at 125 per year Stuort Bahbage agent r Jno Burn returned Wednesday night from the grand lodge meeting l of the A O U W in Louisville Alnsles Everybodys Outing Munsey McClurEs Strand and Wide World magazines on sale atJ D Babbage- jj Mrs Will Mooro of Cincinnati was the guest of ter sister Mrsj Darnoll Dowden several days of lastt week Mr and Mrs T B Young ofr Morganfipld have been the guests ofr Mr and Mrs Chas B Skilhnan the past week Jas S Barry of Birds Point Mo who has been the guest of his brother Jno A Barry went to Creoelins Fri day to visit relatives Mrs H L Gordon of Baltimore niece of Walker Board of Holt andI Miss Lee Board of Holt are guests o r her sister Mrs Chas Cunningham at Ovrensboro this week Rev and Mr W A Luk andI J children who were the guests of her parents Mr and Mrs J E Keith last week returned Thursday to ZionI to spend several days previous to leav- Ing for Indianola Miss where Rev Lusk has accepted a call to the Bap tist church Among tne Cloverport people attend ing circuit court at Hardinsburg last week were O T SKillinan W C Moorman A R Fisher U W Short Dr J T Owen F T Hevser S P Conrad A J Rose Kenneth Ferry and Walter Smart Dont forget the old man with the fish on his back For nearly thirty years he has been traveling around the travelingbringing wherever he goes To the consumptive he brings the strength and flesh he so much needs To all weak and sickly children he gives rich and strengthening food To thin and pale persons he gives new firm fleshand rich red blood Children who first saw the old man with the fish are now grown up and have children of their own He stands for Scotts Emul sion of pure cod liver oiladelightful foodand a natural tonic for children for old folks and for all who need flesh and strength ChemistsfBOo and 1OO all druggists Bntteriok patternsJ D Babbage agentRaymond Pate was in Owensboro Sunday Porter mat board all colors 2 Baboagest0Dr S B Adkisson was down from Webster Thursday Bntterlck Patterns J D Babbage agentOld papers large bundle for 5c News office Julian Brown was in Glendeane Sunday and Monday 100 John Holland fountain pen for 7Co ntJ D Babbages Ed Morrison returned Monday night from Louisville Batteries Patterns received 3 days after ordered litJ D Babbage Want column of the News and get straightened out They will do it Jno Thompkins of Canada is the HnrrIsnMiss Ztiliua Lay of Stephensport was the guest cf Miss Eliza Squires last week Mrs Nora Board und mother Mrs visityto Irvington Mrs Lewis Adams and children returned to their home in Owens boro last week Mrs JOhn Burn and two little daughters Edith and Jeanette were in Louisville Monday Miss Jane Wittmer of Cannelton spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr and Mrs Darnell Vow en Our 1200 High Arm Drop Head sewing machine is the best on the market for the price Babbage Son Miss Alice Board who is attending school at Henderson spent Saturday sand Sunday with her parents MrI I and Mrs Walker Board at Hol I IMrs A B Sbillmau went to Hurt dinsburg Monday to be with Mr Skill man who was hurt Sunday night while alignting from a train 3Read This Louisville Ky June 13 1001 Dr E W Hall St Louis MoDear SirI have suffered three years from kidney loud bladder troubles and one half bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Discovery has cured me and I can cheerfully recommed it Yours very respectfully RobertsfA TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of the Texas Won der Halls Discovery cures all kidney 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 caildren If not sold by your druggist it will be sent by mail on receipt of 1 One small bottle is two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer P O Box 020 St Luis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggists Office 2031 Olive street PICKED UP ON TilE ROAD JC Pate of Owensboio is visiting his brotherinlaw Fred Moorman near Hnrdinsburg MIPS Julia Meyer of Barns was in Hardinsburg Monday Jas A Mercer of Fordsville went to Louisville Monday to visit his son whom he has not seen for fourteen years He lost sight of him when he was but four years old and never heard of him until last weekin Louis yule Shelly Ford of Fordsville shipped a car luad of stock to Louisville Monday Robert McGlothlan struck it rich on a car load of hogs last week Mrs G B Shaw is spending the winter at Los Angeles Cat Louisville Live Stock Market Reported by Dan Brooks Co Central Stock Yards Louisville Feb 15 Cattle Arrivals today were moderate The market ruled steady for all the best butcher se lections while common kinds were a shade lower Bulls canners fresh cows and springers unchanged The market for stockers and feeders was fairly act ive for the best grade common kinds being dull and usual low prices prevail ing The market for heavy steers was dull on all except prime selections which held about steady others being 5 to lOc lower Pens well cleared at the close Calves Choice veals active fit fs to 550 common and heavy calves 350 to 425HogsThere was a fair run on sale Chicago lined up with a liberal run 45000 head and lower market Our market opened with prices 5 to lOc lower Choice hogs 160 pounds and upy Sl5i lights 475t heavy pigs fcip tight pigs 435 to x450 roughs 14 to 14 45 Prospects steady Sheep and LambsOfferings were light and the market ruled active for all arrivals of tat sheep and butcher lambs steady to strong prices prevailing Pros pects good IH 1 LNewsoms COLUMNII Now my friends I advise you not toI 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 have several pieces of property which have paid for themselves three times- I shall take pleasure m driving you aroundand showing you the city property Two Horses for sale No 2 Lot and house Oak und Main 2000 No 4 Lot and house Oglesby Avenue 1000 No 5 lot and house Eustlund 100 No 6 Lot and h use Oak street WK No 7 Lot and house Fourth street SCO No II lot IInd house Huston street 500 No III Lot and house Third mina Center 500 No 10 Lot and house Hardlns Creek 500 No IL Lot First street 500INo 12 Lot and house Short Line It It I No 13 Lot and house Oak street il 0 No 14 Four pasture lots 300 No 15 Tollgatu house 300 No to Lot and house Hlver street 300 No 17 Lot and house Hlver street 300 No 18 Lot und house Wall street 300 No 19 Lotand house Oak street 275 No20 Lot and house Eastland O- No 21 10t and house Eastland 50 No22 Lot and house Center street 300 No23 Lot Wall street O- No 24 Lot Wall street 220 No 25 Lot and house Walnut street 200- No I 20 Lotand house SI Hardln 200 No 27 Lot and house Center street 175 No 28 Lot and house Center street 175 No 2S Lot and house Chestnut street 125 No30 Lot Fifth street 75 No 31 Lot Ed Tutu Fifth street 150 No 32 Lot Ed Tote corner Chestnut 75 No 33 Lot on Short Line II R 100 No 34 Lot near Sam Dean 75 No 33 Lot near Mary Dean 75 No30 Lots 2 Center street 150 No37 Four acres Bishop 11111 250 No 39 Lot I acre and Section House 175 No39 Lot Oak street near Sunders 150 No 40 Lot und house Third street 250 No 411 Farm 90 acres und house 800 No 42 Farm 100 ucres und house COO No 43 Farm 52 acres on Pike 300 No 44 Farm 32 acres and house on pike 200 No 45 Woodland H5 acres 275 No 4fl Woodland 70 acres 300 No 47 Woodland JB acres 400 No 18 Woodland 72 acres 375 No 40 Three building lots Elm street 300 No50 One acre and stone quarry on plko 25 No 51 One aid one hnlf acres of ground at Toblnsport Ind enclosed by good wire fence and well set In blue residence of 7- porchesrims withbullportl and Also business house 2028 feet good barn and outbuildings and cistern and well of neverfalling water Prc 1200 ORDER BY NUMBER- I also have an Austin Stone Crusher with 12liorso power Eclipse Frick Engine which 1 will dispose ofon 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 11 L Newsom if you want Deeds Mortgages Agree upinform papers that will stand be fore any legal tribunal He also acts as Notary Public for BreckenrSdgo county Attention to the making out and certifying of Pension Certificates IIENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Round trip homeseekers excursions to West and Southwest first and third Tuesdays each month at great y reduced rates One way second class colonist tickets to South and Southeast first and third Tuesdays each month at reducedrates One way second class colonist tickets to West and Southwest first and third Tuesdays each month at reduced rates One way second class colonist tickets to Pacific and North Pacific coast points and intermediate points on every day March I to April 30and September 15 to October 15 1004 inclusive Reduced rates Special occasion Young Mens Chris tian Association Bowling Green Ky February 1821 For this occasion rate of 586 for round trip Cloverport to Bowling Green and return on February 181920 good returning February 2v c I l The Meat Questions a trying one for the busy heusekeep er until she begins to buy her meat t- my shop and then the trouble ends be cause the meat I sell gives satisfaction- as well the service I render Fred May Cloverport Ky r rv pL 1I 1l oft t j 1 Miss Jane Himbleton Is the guest or MIss Athene Murray at Bardins Burg IWtLlYtS m Advertisements Inserted under thus bead at ono cent u word per week IOn SALE rttl SALEfresh mulch cowEd Whitehead Clovurport Ky FOR SALE FOR SALE Ono now oak diningroom table Apply ut News Mlles n FOR RENT 1m FOR HENTAI1 kinds of fruit Rood houst Call on GeorRO Wheeler or U S Illehardson Union Star Ky WANTE- DWANTEDThreeJ men to sell troll trees on MeeklyIIIghland FOIl SALE FOH SALE form of 43 acres Just outside limits of Clovurport Improvements ono2n om cottaire Apply to J II Kowland agent ut post otllce u u WANTED TO sell 1500 2ycar lien Davis IIpplll trees and little at 5c Also a 300 3year trees different varieties at 4e to be delivered ut Cloverport Send for list of varieties 3year trees lIiciliiAMi NuiiSKU- YCloverport Ky WANTED WANTED Trustworthy Lady or Gentle manage business In this county and adjoining territory for house of solid financial standing 12000 straight cash sal ary and expenses paid such Monday direct from headquarters Expense money advanced position permanent Address Man ager 005 Motion Hldg Chicago MONEY TO LOAN LIFE Insurance Policies bought for cash or on at low rates Call on or write toJNO P IIASWELL Jn Attorney at aw Hurdlnsliurg Ky FOR SALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting machines lot of good Laundry machines Also new and secondhand Otis and Gasoline Engines MAUTIN GABLE 51 U 3rd Street LoulsTlllo Ky tOIl SALEEGOS FOR SALE Uhodo Island Red Eggs forties setttngof eggs15 from lest winter layer on earth send gnu dollar to Sirs D C Heron Irvington Ky FOIL 8 LEI P Hock Eggs 3100 per 13 Orders lsx ked now J G WJTSCHKK Stophonshnrg fiy- FOIL SALKHoseComb Rhode Island Reds purposefowlsper setting My stock Is from prize winners 11 J Cain Itewleyvllle Ky FOR SALE TIlIyOllrduerFOR SALE FINEShellaiid pony anti curt andtwo6rsesl SiJolly Irvington Ky n FOR SALE cheapIrvington Farming in the South The Passing r Department of the Illinois Central Hal Iroad 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 Homeseeker who will forward his name and address to the undersigned will be mailed free Circulars Nos 1 to 10 Inclusive and others us they are published from month ti month L II ST L TIME TABLE EAST HOUND No 48 Dally Fast Train leaves Cloverport 507 AM stops at West Point only urrlv es at Louisville 715 A M No 42 Dally Mall und Express loaves Clo rerportl940 A M stops at all way stations arrives Louisville 12151 M No 44 Dally Stall and Express leaves Clo verport 4 43 PM stops at all way stations except Pierce Arrives Louisville 710 P M WEST ROUND No 41 Dally ht Louis Mall and Express ieaves Cloverport 100 A M arrives Evans vlllo 1250 PM arrives St Louis 7tlU P M stops only at Hawesvllle Lowlsport Iowors SpottsvllleIlusketsNo 43 Evunsvllle Mall and Express leaves Cloverport 735 PM Stops at nil way sta dons Arrives at Evansvlllo 1030 P M No 45 dully St Louis fast train leaves Clo verport 1046L 111 arrives Evansvlllul20 A M St IouIs20 A 111 stops nt Ilawesvlllo Owensboro and Henderson only Dallyleaesstations Arrives at Evansvlllo Ii00 a m Returning leaves Evunsvllle at 530 p m arrives at Cloverport 830 p m Trains Nos 41 42 43 and 44 make connec lion at Irvlngton for Fordsvllle every day ox cept Sunday Trains 41t 43 and 44 make con nection on Sunday for Fordsvlllo train Thruogh coaches on trains 41 4145 and 46 Parlor cars on trains 41 42 41 and 44 Through sleepers on trains 45 arid 40 Fret reclining chair cars between Louisville and Lt Louis on trains 45 and 46 Gasolinefor News Office We give a man all he wants to eat andall the coffee he can drink for a quarterOpen night and day GoffMay Gloverport m mTHE f In CRAWFORD SHOE I k w 1 ffIs recognized today as the popular priced I Shoe for men with so much custom style and MMslIap mmGreat1 attention hits been paid to the selection 1 of materials undn policy of the best or 1 nothing has done much to place the 1 1 CRAWFORD SHOE in iits present position Another factor is the 1 careful workmanship Much of the life of affShoe depends upon the way it is put together frfThe style too is all one could desire Try a mmpair Youll be pleased r 11 I jjftjj CLOVERPORT KY ft W + SMMSZueouuouu WwY wuwuuow u wmwumwuu w Cdick Milling CoGRANDVIEW IND TIS Tile COMFORT LING Free Reclining Chair Cars On The Popular- HENDERSON ROUTE Between Louisville Evansville St Louis The West and Southwest As we are the originators of free reclining chair car ser Vice between Louisville and St Lour dont you think it would pay you in traveling to Get the Ilenderson Koute habit 1 It will us- Ask= us About ItsI L J IRWIN GEO L GARRETT Genl Pass Agt Tray Pass Agl LOUISVILLE KY i i iyi HopsltcJity i At Small Expense i liill Entvrtulnmunt Unit Iis pleasure to jill y yourgueslsdues not depend on the V- il1 money you but on jour own n y knowledge ofmehow to receive anti ex V- fl tend hospitality Christine Terhuno a- V Herrick tells you all about It 1ost U1 W1 paid 50 cents ftII- Em J CLODE Publisher 1565lh Aye N Y II- A SourTStomachNoness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour risings and catarrh of the stomach are all due to indigestion Kodol cures Indigestion This new discovery repro seats the natural Juices of digestion as withexist In a healthy stomach combined the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does not only cure Indigestion and dyspepsia but this famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening an4 strengthening tho mucous membranes lining tho stomach- Mr S S Ball of Rtraatvood W Va Nras ruesKodollot b br Kodol Digests What Yos ItSettle only S 1 I00 Sire hoMlnt 2W emu the trW ilia which Mils for SO ants Prepared by E O OeWITT A 00 CHICAGO Sold by all Druggists If you want or have anything you dont want use the Batteriok patterns J D Babbage agent Just as Easy to ask Your Grocer for Cadicks Gold Dust Flour as for any other brand The cook will appreciate the chatga for better in baking the family in eat lug bread made from Cadicks Gold Dust Flour which is strictly n High Grade Patent Flour Your grocer sells it WHY Dont You Cut Out ThatCouponOn Page 3 Its Worth 5000When Filled in- Correctly i sKEEP POSTED AQOUTr I U S Steel 11- l W- ft Corporation w I ififThel White k KomMe Atlas Map andE T Volume of Statistics houl l In In thoM hands or every stockholder Nowhere ii- K else Is time SIIIIIC amount or I accessible to time puhlh Jhls volumeiishows hya Ovecolurmap the 1ot plums ore lands railroad and aT- ji l officiall a- y capital division of securities Incor J I poratlon certificate full text of bylaws t- y complete upil digest of mortgages Jf l etc corrected to October 1003 t IIPrice 05 net to accompany each order t you SATEONIv nv DOW JONES f CO gJ l 44 Broad St New York M Tho oldest News Agency of Wall street t mt JStreetJ fJ f t mI WALL Investors iadI URNAL rM m h CEO H CASPERKE Jewelry and- Insurance Best policies for least money in Life tire Tornado and Accident Insurance Brandenburg Ky Emmett Gregory was up from Fen ley Sunday the guest of his mother Mrs Luoy Gregory Y I I + I i y r b 1 The Breckenridge News VreiNESDAYFEBRl7AR r IT 1004 + T+ ++d +++ T+++++d 4 GOOD ADVICE FOR FARMERS J Written for tho News by M Moscicy of 1ollvlllu i+++++++++++++++++++++ It IB amusing to read in the papers about the farmers organizing over the State in regard to the cultivation of tobacco That the farmer in the to bacco section is strictly iii it there is 111 tie doubt for he hue oveistocited himself with a crop that lit best prices is haraearned money Can he organize A little boy living near me remarked the other day that this was the time to plant a largs crop of to blow for says he papa says thA far mers are organizing not to raise it and it is going to be high Because tnere will be a little crop papa is going to join the organization BO he can make lots of money on his tobacco tnis year While this farmers ideas leaked out through his little boy there are hundreds of men who have the same thing in view The F M B A was gotten up for the farmers benefit several years ago and was to be non political knocking out the middle main and driving straight to prosper ity We joined the concern and found on our second visit to the lodge we had as a member a fullfledged candidate for representative telling ns on every occasion what we needed In the way of legislation We didnt go any more Farmers ought to take and read their county papers and as many other good papers and books as they are able to procure Because a farmer is a far mer is no reason why he should not know something about dieasses of the human family and their treatment something about law a great deal about theology astronomy philosophy physiology geography and mathemat ics It is his duty to study these things and be so full of knowledge generally that he cannot be bulldozed by all the crossroads speaKers whose only aim is to please him directly or indirectly Let a political campaign start and watch and listen to the most ignorant of the farmers as they sit on goods hoses at the country stores and explain to their own satisfaction why wheatif they have it to sellIs soi cheap or if they have flour to buy why it is so highThey have swallow ed and digested pohtinal economy and yet cannot learn how to manage a business successfully which they are into A dry goods merchant would do a poor business if he were to stock his store with jeans and cnrpet chain and stop at that He fills his store with a great variety of goods in order to suit any and all customers A drug gist would do a elow business selling calomel and bromide of potash alone A hardware man expects to have calls for other things besides gate hinges and gimlets and a grocery man ex pects to sell other things besides roasted coffee and rolled oats yet the farmer never stops to think that he is raisinglbnt the one thing out of which he expects to get money and that is tobacco He curses the mer chant but buys from him what he should raise on his farm A merchant does not leave his store and business to go and sit around jon a farm and talK politics to the farmer yet the farmer will lleave his farm with bushes weeds and briars crowding his crops and fences and hie away to town or the crossroads and talk hard times low prices and politics until he thinks nis good wife has dinner or supper really when he goes home filled with gloomy forebodings as the result of his trip and declaring to himself that of all men on earth he is certainly the most miserable He sleeps and dreams of oppression and hardships till early dawn when he gets np and after doing what is absolutely necessary about the place and nothing more he returns to tbo store to fill up again his already biased and diseased mind In riding over the country we see that the best farms and most prosperous looking habitations belong to the men who are least seen away from their places of business They attend church regularly go to town on Saturday evening to do their Itching SkinDistress by day and night Thats the complaint of those who are so unfortunate as to be afflicted with Eczema or Salt Rheumand out ward applications do not cure They cant The source of the trouble is in the bloodmake that pure and this scal A flng burning itching skin disease will disappearI taken with an Itching on my arms which proved very disagreeable I concluded It was salt rheum and bought a bottle of Hoods Sarsaparllla Ip twp days after1 began taking It I felt better and It was not long before I was cured Have never bad any skin disease since MBS IDA E WARD Covo Point Md Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills rid the blood of all impurities and cure all eruptions Over Work Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood in your body passes through your klaneys once every three minutes sold may a yourbloodout the or Impurities the blocd If they are sick or out of order they fall to do their workIPains aches and rheu matlsm come from cess of uric acid In the blood to neglected kidney trouble Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady heart beats and makes one feel as though they had heart trouble because the heart Is overworking In pumping thick kidney poisoned blood through veins and arteriesI It used to be considered that only urinary troubles were to be traced to the kidneys but now modern science proves that nearly constitutional diseases have their begin ning In kidney trouble- If you are sick you can make no mistake by first doctoring your kidneys The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy Is soon realized It stands the highest for Its- wonderful cures of the most distressing cases and Is on Its merits by all druggists In fifty cent and onedollar sizes You have ter waste In ex due all sample bottle by mall Home of Bvunpnoot free also pamphlet telling you how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer c Co Binghamton N Y Dontmakoany mistake but remember tbo name SwampKoot Dr Killmers Swamp Itoot and the address Binghamton N Yon every bottle trading and see friends and devote the remainder of the time with their families and in improving and beautifying their homAS From such men you never hear the cry of low prices or hard times for they begun early in life to prepare to meet any and all emergenoies Farmers should make their occupation their business just as a merchant or lawyer mattes their profession a business When that is done we will have no need of organizations for the farmers willbe the happiest and most independent creatures living M Mosely Cures Rheumatism and Catarrh edlclne Sent Free Send no moneysimply write and try Botanic Blood Balm at our ex pense Botanic Blood Balm IIB B B kills or destroys the poison in the blood which causes the awful aches in back and shoulder blades shift ing pains difficulty in moving tin gers toes or legs bone pains swollen muscles and joints of rheumatism or the foul breath hawking spitting droppings in throat bad hearing specks flying before the eyes all play ed out feeling of catarrh Botanic Blood Balm has cured hundreds of cases of 80 or 40 years standing af ter doctors hot springs and patent medicines had all failed Most of these cured patients had taken Blood Balm as a last resort It is especially advised for chronlo deep seated cas es Impossible for any one to suffer the agonies or symptoms of rheumatism or catarrh while or after taKing Blood Balm It maKes the blood pure and rich thereby giving a healthy blood supply Cures are permanent and not a patcning up Sold at drug stores 1 per large bottle Sample of Blood Balm sent free and prepaid also special medical advice by describing your trouble and writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ua A personal trial of Blood Balm is better than a thousand printed testimonials so write at once Fine Special Coins Issued A special coin issued by the United States government tto commemorate the Louisiana Purchase is meeting with rapid sale throughout the coun tryThis coin is of two types One bears the head of Thomas Jefferson the government father ef the Louis lana Purchase the other what is said to be the best portrait of the late William McKinley the govern ment father of the Louisiana Par chase exposition The issue is limited to 125000 of each type and the ae mand promises to speedily exhaust the entire coinage The price of f3 each that has been established for this coin will positively J be maintained thereby giving the purohaser a guarantee and price pro tection that has never been enjoyed in the purchase of a souvenir coin This coin enjoys another distinction from previous commemorative issues It is furnished without additional cost in forms for personal adornment Neat gold jewelry mounts are supplied wnen especially ordered converting this official souvenir into exquisite charms sticK pins brooch pins etc Meade Man Heirs Fortune Wm Sebastian ol this city receiv ed a letter from Paducah last weak notifying him of the death of his uncle end that he is remembered In bio will to the amount of 15000 eebastlan deadIi for years and was considered poor man Mr Sebastian will leave in a few days to look after his interest in the estate Meade County Messen ger THE WOMAN WHO HOLDS HER OWN Silo Does Not Try to Lead the Procession but to Keep Her Place Mental ly flurally and Physically Avoids Extremes Practices System and Moderation Keeps Up With the Times KV ClIRISTlNK TBRHUNB HR RICK Author of Cradle and Nursery First Aid to the Young Housekeepers House UeephiR Made Patsy What to Eat In City Tents Etc Copyright IfW by Christine Turliuno Her rick- Introduction to The Series From nil over the country enquiries have been pouring in upon mo for ad vice upon various topics of interest to women They have asked me about housekeeping and home making how to keep ones good lOOkS how to keep young bow to preserve the fig tire what to wear how to exeriMse how to keep the husband good na tured and how properly to tram tnt childrenThe with which the num ber of tnese requests has increased and the wide spread territory repre bented have proved to me tne im possibility of meeting these requests by individual letters and have so im pressed upon me the universal demand for information along these lines that I have been persuaded to write a ser ies of articles of which this is the firstC T H The woman who attempts to hold her own nas her worn cut out for her A man may if be is in luck have a certain unity about his occupa tions A woman who tries to keep up with the times is a Pooh flab in pet ticoat She is a number of things in succession and never any one thing long She fills a position on one side of the stage and then goes to the other side in a fresh capacity Un like the original Pooh Bah she does not draw a salary for each pursuit Instead of this she usually has the privilege of finding its wn and only rewardThe woman who does not keep up with the times drifts easily into monotony This is a blunder Never should you let yourself get into a rut my friend the housekeeper It does not pay Perhaps it may seem to lighten labour to have the wheels run in a groove but in the long run and often in the short run too it will be found to be a mistake If it is your sense of duty that puts you and keeps yon there go to worn toI try to remodel your precept ion of what constitutes duty If you have a New England conscience of the virulent type take chloroform and have it extracted Sometimes the roots go too deep for this and then the only thing that will help is constant treatment The woman who means to hold nor own should consider seriously what her own is First and foiemost she will probably tell you are those who belong to her honsehola They must oe cared for fed and clothed Wanted But men likewise women and nhildrendo not live by bread alone and the life is more than raiment We all of ns know homes where the bodies of tne inmates are fed and the souls and spirits go starved Once upon a time 1 Knew a home where everyone was happy It was a badly kept lonefrom OPt point of view The mother was no housekeeper and she knew it There were holes in the linen slits in the window shades frayed spots in the carpet The service of the table could only be described ns higgledypiggledy Yet I have never known a more uni ted family There may have been cracks in the china but there was none in the domestic unity The children were loving and obedient the father and mother were compan ionable and charming Of course it was not because the house was in rags and splinters It might have been patched and the fam ily peace still unbroken But anyone who had to choose between living in sunn a home and in a domain pre sided over by the kind of gorgon kown as a nastyparticular house keeper would not have hesitated for a moment Be would have preferred godliness to cleanliness and taken it at the first offer Either ot these illustrations is an extreme and this is what the woman who holds her own strives to avoid The middle course that has been de scribed as golden is the end of her effortsIn to win this she should lay to heart the truth that something must be crowded out One woman with one head one back one set of nerves hands and feet cannot accom plish everything If she does there is very little left of the woman but a lot of assorted fragments and the mem ory of a fltrflnuoqq life There are far better things than these to put into the family collection When modern sgrgerfreachestthe point where it IP possible to=usert new backs and replace defective nerves a woman I may accomplish all she wishes sne could dc and all a mere man thinks she might do Until then she must be contented to be as the Creator made her There is a choice In what may be 15OOasiConIest THE ATLANTA CONSTITUTIONS Creat New Offer Upon Receipts of Cotton at All United States Ports From September 1st 1903 to May 1st 1904 Both Inclusive Contest Opened Jan 18th 1904 Closes April 20th 1904 DIVISION1 OF PRIZES For tho exact or tho noarost to tho exact estimate of tho total number of Bales of Cotton received ut all United States ports from Soptomber I 1st IO03 to May 1st 1004 both Inclusive S 2 50000For tho noxt nearest estimate + I100000F- or tho noxt noarost estimate BOOOO For the 8 next noaros ostlmato 23 00 each 12500 f2522For1 For tho OO noxt noarost estimates 500 oac 25O HO Fortho IOO noxt nearest ostlmatos 300 each 3 JOOO S 500000 Additional Offers for nest Estimates Made Durine Different Periods of tho Contest For convenience the time of tho con test Is divided into estimates received by The Constitution during four pe riods the first period covering from tne beginning of contest to February 10 1904 second period from Febru ary 10 to March 1 1904 third period March 1 to 20 fourth period March 20 to April 2019v4 We will give the best estimate received during each period in addition to whatever other prize It may take or if it take no prize at al the sum of 12500 Tho four prlzos thus cfforod ntT 125 OO each amount to i OOOOO TWO CRAM CONSOLATION OFFERS distribution estimates taking of 500 01 exact 100000S- econdFor estimates not of not ing 100 bales of exact 1000 00 S75OO case tie equally divided Conditions of Sending Estimates blhis ron Receipts Contest- g I Subject to the usual conditions as regularly In The Constitution each week the Is now on Attention is called to following summary ol conumons Send 100 for Weekly Constitution year and with it ONE ESTIMATE In the 2 Send 50 cents for The Sunny South one year and with It ESTIMATE in the contest 3 Send 125 for The Weekly Constitution and Sunny South both one year and send TWO ES TIMATES the contestthat Is estimate Constitution and another for The Sunny South 4 Send 50 cents for ONE ESTIMATE alone In contest IF YOU DO NOT WANT A SUB SCRIPTIO Such a remittance merely pays for the privilege of sending the estimate If you wish to make a number of estimates on this basis you may send THREE ESTIMATES FOR EVERY 100 for warded at same time estimates sent It as many as ten estimates received at same time subscriptions the may them with only 300thls splendid discount being of fered for only ten estimates In order A postal card receipt be sent for ALL ESTIMATES RE CEIVED WITHOUT SUBSCRIPTIONS subscriptions ordered ARRIVAL OF PA PER IS AN ACKNOWLEDGMENT YOUR ESTIMATE HAS BEEN RECEIVED AND IS CAREFULLY RECORDED 5 The the subscription and the estimate come In same envelope every time The estimate the subscription go together THIS IS POSITIVE Secretary Hesters Figures Covering the Period of the Contest TOTAL PORT BALES IN COTTON it September to lit Mnr Inctuilve This In merely for your Information and li SEASONotfollowing year The period covered by not subject of this present contest ItliCOTTON fix en only as an aid to an Intelli gent estimates 8Q7 9o 8333802111009041898907003 4 11 274840 I809OO 6843134 10383422 I00OOI 6340312 I00IO2 7 218170 Oe8O68O 1902037378 627 IO727DOO The figures above certified by Secretary Henry G Hester of the New Orleans Exchange who will furnish the official figures to this contest Address Orders to THE ATLANTA CONSTITUTION Atlanta crowded out 1 have spoken of the advantage of diversity of occupation A woman must not all housekeeper lest she neglect the weightier matters of the law She must not be all wife for fear her children suffer should she all mother under penalty of causing her husband to feel like an imposed npon boarder in his own home Still less should she in her desire to keep step with the of outside herself so unreservedly to Womens Clubs Mothers Meetings and Cooking Classes that her children bring them by hand and her husband finds only satisfactory gastronomic greeting at the club or the restaurant the ghoulish phrase of a sprightly man she does not wish either to keep in front with the hearse or come traveling along at the back with and the It buggiesIrush into a relation where angels might well fear to tread open a terrify lag prospect for the of the raca Still the fools not in the majority and the greater part of the women who make mistakes it through ignorance and false sense of propor tion When we start classes in girls schools for the study of a perspective that Is not that of drawing and a proportion that is nt to found in tne arithmetics we may better things for the future of the nation In the meantime things at the performers they are doing their best Their very best poor things lIt Is not the fault of the girl that she has not been for the great career of wife hood and motherhood that if Uod is good to her lies ahead of her As it IB she can only her possible HALLS First For among those not any the above 188 prizes coming within bales either way tae Ugurcs Q I distribution amcng those taking any tho above 1S8 prizes and shar- Ing tho first consolation otter con either way tho Grand Total I of a on arv prize ostlm ta tho monoy will bo stated contest the 1 The one contest ONE in one for The the the are are the without sender forward one will Where are THE THE ITSELF THAT money and must the the money and RULE RECEIPTS CROP trnm i this the additional 1 I 1 1 1 I 9436416I 1 are Cotton decide All Ca be would nor be march events devote selves np his lu young future are do be hope dont throw 1 yonng trained do within figures OO- In It is a big thing when woman has learned how to make a man happy though married how to bring np children so that they will be as much comfort as possible to their families and as little nuisance asIfeasible to the neighbours to keep house so that no one but the house would suspect it did not keep itself to manage a ser vant to that she will look upon the mistress as her natura 1 enemy to be ready in hospitality without ranking it a burden to be on good terms with the neighbors near or far without condescending to pettiness to be a memo ber of a Womans Club without leav ing the stockings undarned to attend church without losing her temper on Sunday morning to post herself dn current vents without taking the paper from her husband at the break fast table to read a new boon occas exeroiseIout forming colossall bills to bestow sufficient attention upon her figure and face to preserve her good looks and having done all this to save herself from nervous prostration by the sys tom and moderation she brings to them all Nearly Forfeits Ills Life A runaway almost ending fatally started a horrible ulcer on the leg of J B Orner Franklin Grove Ill For four years it defied all doctors and all remedies Bat Backlens Arni ca Halve had no trouble to cure him Equally good for Burns Bruises Skin Eruptions and Piles 25o at Short Haynes Drug store Fine Cattle Bring 375 C A Tin us of Holt sold ten head ot line cattle to Rotertson Bros of Glendeane last week for 375 SICILIANHair glossyStopscolor to gray hair Sold for fifty yearsu n iSTcoTftajry11 Chintz Royalty Practical Surveyor also Notary Public I can survey your Lands write your Deeds and take the acknowledgement at your home This saves you trouble and cost Your Patronage Solicited Address me at Hardinsburg Ky I Anyone sending a tketch end description may quickly ucertaln our opinion free whether an Intention li probably atqptab Commnnlca ion ItrlctlyconlldentlalIlANDB DK on tatellta lent free Oldest for securing patouti Patents takon agency Mona 4 co receive Pedal notice without charge In the S itntifitJlmtri aU handsomelr Illnitrated weekly fontMt elr eolation of an iclentlflo journal Terms 3 BoldbyadnewadeaterMaII nran ce I atWaahlDetOD D Correct Dross for Mon If we make your suit this fall you can depend on CORRECTNESS Otf STYLE EXCELLENCE OF TAILOR ING RELIABILITY OF FABRIC J H HunscheWith Casper May Co Cannelton Ind l A io V rr- I r- o rt ra i 1 f c I o I o- rem IAjj I i 7- II rYCJ Pa I i r IWI1D t 1 l t I J e I i I it i 1 tQIl tAlA wwrJl4t1f1 u- MINTONE tM CURES HEADACHE THE ONLY LIQUID REMEDY ON THE MARKET THAT IS PLEASANT TO TAKE HARMLESS SAFE AT ALL TIMES AND FOR ALL PEOPLE CURES NEURALGIA NERVOUS HEADACHE P DIZZINESS SICK HEADACHE OR HEADACHE FROM ANY CAUSE INSOMANIA ETC CURES BECAUSE IT REDUCER INFLAM MATION QUIETS THE NERVES AND CORRECTS THE STOMACH PRICE 25C FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS MMMMMlMMMM M MMM The Breckenridge News IWEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 17 1004 j Attend Board Kemble Wedding Gaston Ky Feb 16Speolal The BoardKemble wedding took place near bore last Wednesday Mr and Mrs Z T Cox of this place were among those who attended A Cure for Eczema My baby had Eczema HO bad that its bead was a solid mass of scabs and its hair all came out 1 tried many remedies but none seemed to do any permanent good until I used DeWitts Witch Hazel Salre The Eczema la wa red the scabs are Zone and the D tile ones scalp is perfectly citron and healthy and its hair is growing beautifully again I cannot give to much praise to DeWitts Witch Hazel SalveFrank Farmer Bluff City Ky In buying Witch Hazel Salve look out for countflrMts De Witte is the original ard tne only one containing pure Witch Hazel The name E 0 DeWitt Co is on every box Sold by All Druggist All Eyes on St Louis The eyes of all tie world will be turned toward St Louis during the year lOOt Everybody will want to get from first hands the news of the greatest Worlds Fair wnich the world has ever seen Our readers are advised tnerefore to subscribe 10for the greatest St Louis newspaper a newspaper which acknowledges no equal or rival in all the West and which stands in the front rank among the great newspapers of the world Subscribe for the St Louis Globe Democrat and get all the news of the Worlds Fair all the news of the national campaign and all the news of all the earth See advertisement elsewhere in this issue I TYPHOID GERMS The microscope shows that in the blood thelittleaboveTheymilk we drink The germs multiply so that one germ Is capable of producing about one hundred trillion germs in twen tyfour hours That is why if they ever theymultiply thediseaseand they are the persons whose health is perfect whose blood is pure and liver healthybodypoisons Recent Chicago statistics show that oneeighth of all the deaths in the resultedfromI redbloodthebodyMany years ago Dr R V Pierce who is consulting surgeon to the Invalids Hotel Yfoundmade into an alterative extract without verybestconditionThis possibletoPierces Golden Medical Discovery has had a wonderful sale and the cures resulting I thousandsIoil because it does not sicken the stomach or offend the taste It strengthens or renews the assimilative or digestive pro healthyfleshreduced below the normal MedIcal good Dr Pierce Pets cure biliousness Horse Falls Riders Face Cut John Llllard was painfully but not seriously hurt last Thursday morning while riding his horse near Chas Elders place on the Hardin burg pike The animal caught his foot in a hole in the ground and stumbling fell on top of Mr Lillurd Fortunately Mr Lillard received no broken bones but was badly cut above and below the right eye 1TilE GREATNESS OF THE GOAT Persons Who Fall to Take His Whis kers Seriously Make a flistake From Comfort 1 notice by the papers said the man with billy goat whiskers that there is to he a great show of goats at the St Louis exposition and it will be a good thing to let some people know that if they handled more goats and less hogs and sheep and mules and cattle they would be further ahead of the deal than they are Everybody seems to have an idea that the goat is a joke and thats where they make their mistake Hes a serious proposition and theres money in him To begin with the goat thrives best on land that is considered worth less and it will get fat on thickets where any other stock would starve Turn a lot of goats into a dense thicket of small bushes and saplings and they will eat it clear enough to sow grass on it and then they will thrive just as well on the grass Take the Angora goat for instance which is the best for this country Mo hair is made from its fleece and mohair is worth money Its flesh is fine eating and the kid is better than lamb Its milk though not as abundant as cows milk is as good being richer Its leather makes shoes and gloves and book bindings and its pelt goes into fine robes and rugs Another goat is the Toggenburger from Switzerland good as the other nearly and it will give a gallon of rich m Ik a day Then there is the Maltese goat from Malta a big one weighing a hundred pounds with hair from four to six inches long What a lot of our farmers nnd stock raisers ought to do is to go into goat Tired at 9 a mlSleep does not rest Food does not taste good Snap energy ambitionall gone What is needed is a good food tonic One that will create an appetite help digestion strengthen invigorate and induce sound and restful sleep People thus ailingshouldtry WALTH- ERSPEPTONIZEDrr Ir PORT The pepsin corrects the overworked digestive organs The port keeps them in this condition The combination gives strength to the whole system Two sizes 50 cts and fiioo T8B WAinm FIPTONIZKD PORT CO PIbhllla Pa For Sale By A R FISHER Cloverport Ky d Bottle Free1 Price 25c For Sale hy Short Haynes wrw wwaWLtrw ww ww MMM raising getting all the b eeds that will stand this climate and developing them as they now do cattle and stock The goat is the poor mans cow for it will eat what he throws away and keep in good condition on it if some care is taken not to let it have decayed or rank stuff that will affect the milk Speaking of the Maltese goat there has never been one imported into this country and Ill bet if some farmer with a farm that wont raise anything hut rocks and tnderbrushwould start in with hulf a dozen he would make more money on the flock in five years than the farm ever brought him in the whole course of its existence In the meantime if he cant get Maltese goats he can make a start with the ordinary billy and nannie that he can pick up anywhere The goat has a great future mind what Im saying An Early Riser A strong healthy active constitution depends largely on the condition of the liver The fanous little pills known as DeWitts Little Early Risers not only cleanse the system but they strengthen the action of the liver and rebuild the tissues support ing that organ Little Early Risers are easy to act they never gripe and yet they are absolutely certain to pro duce results that are satisfactory in all cases Sold by All Druggists Tree Planting by RR Companies Runway and Engineering Kovlew The renewed interest manifested by railway managements in tree culture for producing railway ties beginning some two or three years ago teems to be bearing fruit We have previously pub lished the details of work which has been undertaken by a number of roads including amoag others the Illinois Central the Boston and Maine the Michigan Central the Pennsylvania Railroad the Big Four the Rio Grande Western and the West Virginia Central and Pittsburg The Boston and Maine railroad is growing chestnut trees the Pennsylvania yellow locust and the other roads named have planted catalpa trees All of these roads had groves of trees growing last year At that time the Pennsylvania railroad had planted a grove of 1500 locust trees near New tonHamilton Pa and this year it has added to its forestry plantations a grove of 43000 locust trees at Conewago Pa It is the intention to plant 2000oo trees during the coming year The plan for the following years is to plant about 800000 trees annually When You Have a Cold The first action when you have a cold hould be to relieve the lungs This is best accomplished by the free use of Chamberlains Cough Remedy This Remedy liquefies the tough mucus and causes its expulsion from the air cells of the lungs produces a free expectoration and opens the se cretions A complete cure soon fol lows This remedy will cure a severe cold In less time than any other treatment and it leaves the system in a natural and healthy condition It counteracts any tendency toward pneumonia For sale by Short Haynes RIVER NEWS The Louisville Evansville packets began their regular runs last week after being tied up on account of ice for two months Navigation on the Ohio between Louisville and Evans ville was first stopped by Ice on December 11 and the first boat either way last week was the Morning Star which went down Wednesday and re turned Friday It was one of the longest periods of nonactivity on the Ohio ever caused by both floating lao and low water A large fiatboat owned by Frank Smith of Derby Ind and manned by a dozen young men of Derby is on its way to New Orleans The boat is loaded with 10000 bushels of corn It passed this point last week OaSrOnXABears theThe Rind You Hava Always Bought 81guturo YI 1of ST LOUIS From Is the Louis newspaper which HeadquartersTHE ought to find a place year It has no equal or rival in all and will ensablo to all who desire to keep fully to the pail and the National Campaign of 1901 1904ST a 1904ST The WEEKLY GLGBE in THE SemiWeekly Sections eight pages or Tues day and Friday It is a big giving all the news of all the earth and a great variety of in reading matter for every the family Almost equal to a daily at of a SundayTHEPOSTAGE weekly PREPAID ONLY ONE DOLLAR = A Daily 6 fa 3 months 150 One I months 52 3 months Jr 48 to 76 pages OF One C months 1 LOUIS 1904 Worlds Fair News You Must Have The Globe Write for Free Sample Copy or better still send your subscrip tion TODAY Address The Globe Printing Co St Louis Mo LOUIS One Dollar OFVEEK GLOBE Democrat LOUIS 1904 tt eaalitstaalpailoti aaewa a sstltwa TIlE growing popularity of the O cat Southwest and tho continual Increase to that section especially on the first and third Tuesdays of each month nomcseekcrs Roundtrip and Colonist OneWay r duced rate dates tnIItho Frisco System to add to Its already complete train equipment TOURIST SLEEPING CARS- of latest pattern In Train No 5 leaving St Louis 835 p m commencing December 15 1103 und each first and third ifuesduy following until further notice UeturnlnK Tourist Sleeper will arrive St Louis following Monday In Train No u scheduled to arrive Union Station 7 20 a m connecting with all lines Diverging Schedule and rates per double berth as below SOUTH BERTH RATE NORTH 835 pm Lv St Louis Frisco SystemAr 720 a m 433u m Ar S fleldf100 Ar 1205 am 800a m Ar Moncit 100to Ar 1040 P m 410 p m Ar Iuris BOJ Lv IS SO nn 420 pm Lv Paris 00 Tex Mid Ar 1150 am 907 pm Ar Knnls W Ly 050 am lOilOpm Lv Emits 50IIhTAr 545 am 610 a m Ar Houston 300 Dv 010 pm Returning Tourist Sleeper leaves HOUSTON First and Third Saturdays 010 p m For reservation address In person or by letter nearest local representative of I Frisco System or district representative as follows- K M WISIIART T P A St Louis J STUART TAYLOR T I A Evansville Baltimore is Rebuilding Baltimore is recovering from the great fire that destroyed her great buildings and already the rebuilding of the city hoe begun Mayor UoLane when asked for a statement dictated the following to the Associated Press II Baltimore will now enter undaun ted Into the task of resurrection A greater and more beautiful city will rise from the ruins and we shall make of this calamity a future bless ing We are staggerea by the terrible ST blow but we are not discouraged and every energy of the city as a munici polity and its citizens as Individ uals will be devoted to a rehabilitation that will not only prove the stuff we are made of but be a monument to American spirit It Laxative Bromo rPlinine Cures a Cold InOneDay C A I1l oa every 9 CQ IOL 2Sc JL r1 KP j 1 I I 1 r The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 17 100 UNION STAR Miss Mamie Jolly is in Stephensport with Mrs Lee Stiles Clifton J Payne was visiting friends in ttown Sunday Horace McCoy will enter school at Harned the first of March Born to the wife of Jake Brown Feb 8 a girl Nancy Medora Claude L Brown was the guest of Amandas Biddlo Saturday night Claude D Brashear attended the party at George Cashmans Saturday nightJames Younger of Cloverport was toe guest of Miss Sue A Brashear Sunday C M McGlothlan sold his horse to Sam Beauchamp for the handsome price of 125 John D Gardner and Lonnie B Bali attended the ball ut Rhodella Friday night Asa Kroush will leave Monday for St Louis where ho expects to reside the ensuing year Mrs D S Richardson who has beeu confined to her room for a few days is much better Miss Sallio Cashman is home utter a three months stay with her daugh ter Mrs Wm McKnight of Louisville Mrs Mary J Crosson Mrs J J Severs and daughter were the guests of Mrs Jrtbe Haynes two days of last week John Dowell and family have moved on Pope Milners farm where he ex pects to live some time The fine cattle hogit and horses thht he possesses show his good management and energy Relief In One Minute One Minute Cough Cure gives relief in one minute because it kills toe microbe which tickles the mucous membrane causing the cough and at the same time clears the phlegm draws out tho Inflammation and heals and soothes the affected parts One Minute Cough Cure strengthens the lungs wards off pneumonia and is a harmless and never falling cure in all curable cases of Coughs Colds and Croup Ono Minute Cough Cure is pleasant to take harmless and good alike for young and old Sold by All Diuggists WEBER Go 0 Heflty was in Hawesville Friday 0 B Mickel was in Owensboro Thursday on business Miss Elton Chappell returned home from Owensboro Tuesday W U Corley of Eatnaville was here Thursday on business Frank Bradshaw attended the ex hibition at Goering Friday The infant child of Jake Barnett was buried at Bethlehem Friday Emmett Baynes ot Owensboro was here Friday looking for fat rattle C H Moorman of Owensboro is spending a few days here with his parents Mr and Mrs C P Moor man James Ann and wife attended the marriage of Mr Lome Aull and Miss Nora Brown at Cnambers Wednesday night W T Hardin Jr will leave some time next week for West Virginia to work in timber E O Gordon and Chas Gabbert of lI Patesville were here Friday on their way to Owensboro WOLF CREEK Mrs Henry Curl is very ill Tom Still was in Alton Wednesday visiting his sisters Miss Laura Etberton is spending this week in Concordia with friends AgersFeed give it something to live on Then it will stop falling and will grow long and heavy Ayers Hair Vigor is the only Hair Vigor hair food you can buy For 60 years it has been doing just what we claim it will do It will not disappoint you Mr hair used In be very iliort lint after using Ajrer heir Vigor e short time It began to grow mid now It Is fourteen Indies long TliFs seems a splendid result to me after being almost wltlmutunjrlialr sins J 11 VltKU Colorado Springs Colo 1100 a bottle jo AyanCO- All Ixiwell Man Iritgtitsfor Short Hair U T Etherton of Louisville is spending a few days with his parents at this place Ed H Flannery left Wednesday to resume his duties as pilot on the Morning Star Mrs R M Smith and daughter Belle are with Robert Smith for an indefinite stay Mrs Eliza Hardin of Schooner Point Ind was the guest of Mrs W D Smith last week Mr and Mrs Will Cunningham of Louisville are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Henry Allen Mrs C W Trent of Paducah and Miss Belle Ball of Louisville attend ed the funeral mf their sister Mrs Orsborne and were guests of Mrs Trent Thursday The best physic Once tried and you will always use Chamoerlains Stomach and Liver Tablets says William AGirard Pease Vt These Tablets are the most prompt most pleabant and most reliable cathartic In use For sale by Short d Havnes LOD1BUR G B A Parks the gate agent was here Sunday evening The party at N B Robertsons was largely attended and enjoyed by allPearl Argabright and Nannie Gib son went to Louisville yesteiday shop pingMr and Mrs John Dowell have moved to the old Helm place near Union Star Dr H N Bnsham oi fnrdsville is doing some dental work in our neighborhoodLettishia of Louisville is spending a few weeks with her sister Mrs N B Robertson Pearl Johnson has returned to our town after spending a few days with her mother near Garfield Mrs J F Claycomb of Irvington and children were visiting the family of W N Head last week Tillie Brown of JJkron is visiting her grandmother Mrs M J Hardin and other relatives this week Mrs B A Johnson will in a few days have on a nice line of millnary shirt waist sets call and see them Mrs Nannie Dowell of Louisville and sister Gola Kennedy of Garheld were visiting at H H Johnsons a few days last week The Best Prescription fur Malaria TatcIePayPriceFRYMIRE J M Barr IB suffering from a splin tered collar bone- S J Brashear was in Sample last weeK on business Sheriff Basset attended court at Hardinsburg last weep Lee COOK from Oklahoma is visiting his sister Mrs Clate Brown Miss Fannie Burger and Tom Pike attended church at Raymond Sunday Charles Clark of Paynesville has bought the old Adkisson farm near hereMorton Wheeler and sister Miss Ida returned from a visit to their brother George Wheeler near Ammons Richard Popham has sold his farm to a party from Louisville who will move in immediately Mr Popham is looking for another farm Gdt TOR = Dean theThe Kind You Nays AlwaysBflDghl Blgutvre 1111o- t Building 45 Stories high The tallest building on earth is to be erected in lower Broadway New Ycrk City if the present plans ate carried out With five stories below the street level 40 stories high from the entrance to the top floor and sur mounted by a 60 foot tower the gi gantio new building will have a total height of 015 feet making it over twice as high as the Flatiron building and almost as tall again as the Park Row building which at present holds the record The building will extend one full block on Broadway and its cat including site will reach 10000000 The land is said to have been secured and the completion of the building within one year is prom ised I PATESVILLE Little Malgum Ellis Jarboe is very ill E B Adkisson was in Town Sat urday Miss Rua Balliuan was in town Sat urday Marvin Baker was in Hardiusbnrg last week Tarvin Baker attended church ser vices at Dnkes Sunday Protracted meeting began at the M E churon South Sunday Little Marshall son of H S Kin caid is ill with pneumonia fever Miss Rena Pnllintn of near Weber was in town Wednesday shopping DR FENNERS KIDNEYand Backache All diseasesI bladder Also achelIeartDtsea Dropsy Female TroublesCURE Dont become discouraged There is a cure for you IIf necessary write Dr Fcnner lie has spent a life tlmo curing Just such cases as yours All consultations Free OIr had severe case of kidney disease and rheumatism discharging bloody matter Suffered Intense pain My wife was seriously affected with female troubles Dr Fennere KIdney and Backache Cure cured us both P M WllEELEU Randolph la Druggists 60cll Ask forCook nookFree Sure Cure CIrcular Dr Ol YIIUO UANuCFenner FredonlaNY for Sale By Short do Haynes Dr W L Lawlace who has been very ill for several weeksis out again Mr and Mrs Porter Marlowe of near Mattingly have moved bacK to town Mrs Powers and daughter Minnie of near Floral were in town Satur day shopping- Dr Wm Milner Sr of Union Star speut several days last week with his son Dr J T Milner The Seasons Great Offer Yon want the 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money to the Publisher of Breckenridge News Cloverport Ken tacky Here Here All records broken Our business for January was more than satis factory To those who do not push their business it is usually a dull month but with us it was alright and we keep driving ahead No house in this town shall lead us in the making of prices or the quality of goods We are business from the start and our motto is to move onward Bigger Broader and Higher This week we make a special sale o- fMensI and Boys Hats I Hens 1 150 Hats 100 Mens 100 Hats SOc Boys Hats 50c Mens 25c Caps now 15c All our heavy winter goods at cost They must be sold regardless of the price Com- eBabbage Now u Son Good stationery is power iin businessBusiness stationery should be the bestnot merely for prides sake but for the real worth it is to your business Our stationery we think is not equaled but by few printers because that which goes to make beautiful stationery is employed in our printshop Evory detail of its making is attended to with the greatest care tho paporinkprcss work and all are just what they should be Favor us with an ord or so we can prove tho abpvo or wrIte for samples BABYS ECZEMA Top of Hood Covered with Scales Which Peeled off Taking Hair with Thom CURED BY CUTICURA Now Six Years Old with Thick Hair and Clean Scalp Cm Permanent Is My baby was about six weeks old when the top of her head became cov ered with thick scales whIch would peel and come off taking tho hair with it It would soon form again and be as bad as before I tried several things and then went to the doctor He said it was Eczema and prescribed an oint ment which did not do any good A friend spoke of Cutlcura Soap I tried It and read on the wrapper about Cut cura Ointment as a remedy for Eczema I bought a box and washed her head In warm water and Cutlcnra Soap and gently combed tho scales off They did not come back and her hair grew out fIne and thick She is now a year and a half old and has no trace of Eczema MRS C W BURQESIronlstanAve Bridgeport Conn Feb 21 1898 Mrs Surges writes Feb 28 1903 verybadlyafter using the Cutlcnra Remedies was cured She Is now six years old and has thick hair and a clean scalp sleepfortired worried mothers In warm baths with Cuticura Soap and gentle anoint ings with Cntlcara Ointment purest of emollients and greatest of skin cures to be followed In severe cases by mild doses of Cutlcura Resolvent This Is the purest sweetest most speedy permanent and economical treatment for burningbleedingand scalp humours with loss of hair of infants and children as well as adults and Is sure to succeed when all other remedies and the best physicians fall 60eIgChrIerocutt3eeadforThe rUomoar cars Rufus Walps Troubles A Washington special to Saturdays Louisville Times has the following to say of Rufus Walp a young man who worked in this city last year and is wellknown here A few darn ago Rufus Walp of Owensboro had u disagreement with an Owensboro girl to whom he was engaged The disagreement occurred about 10 oclock one night He lost no time boardea a train for Texas and there joined the navy and was sent to the Mare Island navy yards The girl is now sorry and wants to marry Wnlp is equally anxious to wed and Kentuckians want Walp given an honorable discharge from the navy The Kentucky love affair is now before President Roosevelt and the Navy Department When asked to intercede for the young couple Sen ator McCreary said I have just succeeded in marrying one couple happily at New Castle and will now do what I can for Owensboro Harvey Bush was up from Fenley Snuday and Monday + T J JOLLY PRAISES AMERICAN SOCIETY OF EQUITY To the Editor ot the News Bowleyville Ky Feb 16 1U04 vj 1 see in your issue of Feb 10 an count of the proceedings of a mA aIIof farmers and tobacco growers in dinsbnrg This is nil right and I glad to see the farmers swaging tor their own interests But it seems to me that the thinf for the farmers and their friends to1 do is to join the American Society of Equity Now we propose as soon as we1 have a sufficient number of mem berg say 1000000 to put equitable prices on all farm products we thl farmer setting the prices instead of allowing some one else to set ttiiem lor us J H Evcritt of Indian poUs in President There are no secietrt signs or passwords Every farmer can join but there must be at least ten to organize a local union We want and expect to have one In every school district in America We already have about 00000 members and are grow Ing in number every say Our society is only about one year old The following are some of the prices considered equitable Wheat 1 corn CO cents oats 40 cents best beef f58U best hogs 550 sheep 4 25 lambs fj otc Tobacco wool ana cottorp are among the most important items to be priced Remember that every member through his local union has a voice in fixing prices We have an official organ which comes to every member I would take pleasure in meeting any number of farmers at their school houses for the purpose of organizing them into local unionsYours truly Thos J Jolly Deputy President A S of E Leave for Parts Unknown Irvington Ky Feb 16SpeoIa1 Dr and Mrs Clark who have been residents of this place for several months have left for parts unknown Their effects were held by many attachments but no one here regrets that they were not held Hardin Grove Changes Hands Joshua H Groves of Rome Ind has bought the beautiful Hardin Grove farm the Home of the late non Jas Hardin The place lJon the Indiana side of the Ohio several miles above this city and one the prettiest on the river- Rlleumatisflj Causes Death Mrs Jas WeiJbono of the well known and most respected colored women of the city died Saturday morning of rheumatism after an ilj+ funerlwasby Fielding pastor interment was m the colored come teryThe deceased leaves a husband two brothers Chus and Foster Adams and two sons Marshal and Fisher Monday by her first husband Ed MondayDeputy Sheriff B H Wilson and John B Bates of McQuady were in the city Sunday and Monday H BeautifulStationeryFor Society stationery is given tho greatest care in our printshop The typo faces we have for this class of work wore selected with the utmost taro as to beauty and stylefor instance wo have a series of typo for calling cards that when printed like we print is so much like engraved work that it can hardly be detected from the real It is tho same with wedding invitations and the like Our prices for this class of workare moderate considering the highgrado work you getv I Wo print as few as 50 andcharge Iyou only 50 cents J THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS Cloverport Kentucky O 1 2 F TL4I e- ii he V i 1 j I t IC ICt 11- F 1- t 1- t t F Y