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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r+ + arlr y ar r sy An Y ec L tl Y f THE BREGKENRIDGB NEWSl ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT iii VOL XXVIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 24 1904 8 Pages NO 3211PAST WEEK IN CIRCUIT COURT Hardmabnrg Ky Feb 23Spea- la1 The actions of Peyton Scotts admr vs the L H St L Ry Co and Bion Jollys admnx vs the L H St L Ry Co for damages were continued until next term of this courtThe jury were excused on Thursday and court adjourned tne following dayThe case of C L Beard agent against Richard Harper was settled by the parties and dismissed The court sustained the demurrer to the petition in the case of Eugene Ooff vs Eva May c and the action j was continued The demurrer to the petition in the suit of Mary E Keith vs Grand Lodge of the A U U W was over ruled and the action continued until next term The jury in the suit of Thomas Bond vs the L H St L Ry Co returned a verdict for tho plaintiff In the sum of f153 The amount involv ed is too small to take the case to the court of appeals The suit of Alonzo Bennett vs T J Triplett o having been settled by the parties was dismissed on motion of the plaintiff The demurrers to the petition in the three suits against StAPate for taxes alleged to be due the county were sus tained This is a decided victory for Mr Pate The suit of Clint Davies vs Wortham Horsley was for damages for alleged fraud in a horse trade The jury brought in a verdict for 05 for the plaintiffAmong the visiting attorneys at this term of court were J H Trent of Brandenburg V G Babbage Cloverport Col Bennett H Young Louisville R A Miller J Allen Deane Jas R Skillman of Owens boro Ben D Ringo of Hartford and L A Fanrest of Elizabethown The case of Jack Allen vs F P Payne for damages under execution sale was decided for the defendant The court overruled a motion for a f new trial G W Beard W S Cart and John r Pile were appointed jury commissioners fcr the ensuing year There were six divorces granted at this term of court The court sustained demurrer to the petition as amended in the two cases against Y B Burtons aduir for taxes alleged to be due the court It is not known what further steps the attorneys for thu plaintiff will take Aims to be Oldest Subscriber Red Fork I T Feb 15 1004 Mr J D Babbage Editor News Dear Sir Enclosed you will find money order for my arrearage and to renew my subscription for another year This will make 25 years that I nave been a subscriber to the News and lam aiming to live long enough Ito be the oldest subscriber Any one living out of Breukenndge county regards the News as a lets ter from home for the home folKS neglect you and the News is always on time And the letters you see published from our home county show how they appreciate the home paper We see letters from Wathen Henderson in the far east Paul Har din in frozen Quebec and Bloom Parr in Californias sunny clime 1 would write you a long letter but am afraid of the yawning waste basket Wishing yon nothing but success I remain as flyer Yours truly Edgar Adkisson Must Be In By March II- J E Wright of Louisville was in the city last Wednesday in interest of the Kentucky Exhibit Commission Mr Wright was here to collect miner al exhibits from Breokenridge county to bo placed in the Kentucky building at the Worlds Fair and to instruct exhibitors how to prepare the exhibits which they had promised WeU Under of Bowling Green who was here last summer in Interest of the Kentucky Exhibit Association Mr Wright said that all mineral exhibits must be shipped to the Kentucky Ex 1 hiblt Commissions warehouse at Third and Green streets in Louisville by March 1 in order to ioc ive proper attention and be in the Kentucky building by May 1ICIA wrOElXA Beard the YOD Haw trays Bought Signature ddi oP- a J n LOCAL KNIGHTS GIVE BANQUET I The local Knignts of Phythias stave an enjoyable banquet in Oelzes Hall Friday evening to the members of the lodge their families nndanum her of invited guests The inclemency of the weather prevented many of those invited from being present Among these were the members of tha lodge residing in Toblnsport Ind the Cannelton and Hawesvillo lodges and local Knights in whose families thpre was sickness Among the speci ally invited guests were J D Covington of Bowling Green Grand Chancellor- J W Carter of Owensboro Grand Keeper of Records and Seal and other grand lodge officers who had to be present Friday at the installation of a new lodge at Central City One of the features of the occasion was a talk onPbythianism by Prof R L Oelze principal of the high school As none of tne ministers of the town who had been invited were present the lodge honored Prof Oelze by asK ing him to make the talk which was appreciated by the members The Cannelton band and the phonograph furnished good music during evening The banquet was given on the fortieth anniversary of the founda tion of the order of Knights of Phyth las which now hs about 600000 members in America Mails Are Being Weighed Beginning last Wednesday the work of weighing the mails on the various railroad+ in the southern contract di vision of the United States will con tinue for thirty consecutive working days on every train throughout the South The mails are weighed to de ermine the amount to be paid the railroads by the government for trans porting them This is dose every four years Tne country is divided into four districts and the work is so ar ranged that the test Is applied each year in one of the fours districts Each train is in charge of a specialinspector recently appointed The Henderson Route requires a number of inspectors as it carries eight mails a day Capt H B Jeuks cnief clerk of the railway mail ser vice has general charge of the work in this section Social Club Organized Irvington Ky Feb 23Special A social club was organized at the home of Mr ana Mrs W J Piggott on Tuesday evening with the follow ing members enrolled Mr and Mrs W J Piggott Mr aud Mrs 0 Cham berlain Dr and Mrs L Br More man Mrs Nannie Wathen Misses Ellen Mnnfcrd Annie Lee Bandy Mable McUlothlan Mary Wrather Eva Herndon Essie BIggHand Messrs H H Kemper Wm Hopper J R Wimp Jr J F Biggs and It M Jolly Jr After the organization the club was delightfully entertained at progressive crimp The club will be entertained this evening by Dr and Mrs L B More man Upset Price is Now 9000 The United States Circuit Court has ordered another sale of the Patton brickyard by an amended decree an there were no bid on the plants when it was to be sold on Friday February 12 in accordance with the first order of sale to foreclose the mortgage held on it by the Columbia Finance and Trust company The upset price has been reduced trom 22000 to 0000 and thesecond sale is ordered to take place on the grounds on Wednesday March 23 with R N Hudson to con tinue as Special Master of sale Be ginning in this issue the sale will he advertised for four weeks Leir Broken While Coasting Alvin McGavock a pupil of the Cloverport high school suffered a broken log and a sprained ankle Fri day while coasting down a hill near the school during the noon recess The sled he was on ran into a fence and his feet struck it breaking the lower part of the left leg in two places and spraining the ankle Dr Simons attended the Injuries and his patient is now at the Moorman House where he will have to remain several days before ho olin bo removed to his home about two miles trom town A Handsome Trio Under the caption a Trio of Hand some Young Women of Hardinsbnrg Saturdays Louisville Times contained the pictures of Misses Beulah Hook Margaret Baker and Ella Ahl of that place r- NEW BUILDING AT THE BURG Hardinsbnrg Ky Feb 23Spec- la1 The Masons have purchased of Dr A M Kincheloe the lot on Main St between his drug store and Scott Shellmand The consideration was f564 The lot Is 47 feet front and extends back 101 feet The lodge will erect a threestory brick building at a cost of about 5000 Tho first floor will be used as a store the second floor will he made into offices and the third story will be the lodge and chapter rooms It will be the best building of its kind in the county The Masons hope to raise by subscription sufficient funds to pay for the lot Dr Kincheloe did the handsome thing by donating fJ5 for that purpose It is expected that the building will be ready for occupancy thin fall New County Proposed Hartford Ky Feb 19The people of Fordsville this county are making an effort to form a new county with their town as the county seat They want to get enough territory from the adjoining counties of Hancock Daviess Grayson BrookenrIdge and Ohio to do this A name has not yet been agreed upon Home For Destitute Women To provide a permanent home for old and destitute women of Kentucky by means of whlcn much suffering attendant on destitute old age may be relieved or avoided and whereby feeble old women who are unable to provide for themselves the necessaries of life may find this home a shelter and rest in their declining years This is the way the trustees of Parrs Rest believe the late Louisville capitalist intended his 450000 bequest to be used and they thus set forth the object of their corporation in articles filed in the Jefferson county clerks office last weeK Hubert Piggott Wins Honors Irvington Ky Feb 23Special Hubert Piggott on5 of Irvingtons most promising young men who is attending Beechmont Coll go received the highest honor in the annual debate on Washingtons Birthday Last year he was awarded the gold medal in the annual debate A 0 U W Tacky Party Friday The tacky party to be given by the local A O U W lodge will take place in Oelzes Ha 11 next Friday bvenlng Prizes will bo given to the tacKiest dressed gentleman cud the tackiest dressed lady A small ad mission will be charged at the door and refreshments sold Large Grain Shipments The Henderson Route is doing an extra heavy freight business this month owing to large grain shipments to eastenvmlllers It has been necessary to don ble hena many through freight trains there being as many as three and four daub lehead ers some days A New Laundry Man Tho wife of J S Seymour the pro prietor of the Elizabethtown Steam Laundry presented him with a new nine pound boy on Ground Hog Day Mr Seymour is highly jubilant over the advent of the youngster but he atill holds on to the wash board Elizabethtown News Cant Do Without It Clifton Mills KyFeb 18 1004 Mr J D BabbAge Dear Sir Enclosed find one dollar for which please con tinue my paper another year I cant do without the Brnokonridge News Very truly yours Mrs H C Robbins Air Skillman is Improving Hardinsbnrg Ky Feb 23Speo- lal Mr A B Skillman of Clover port who was so seriously injured at the depot on Feb 14 is still at the home of Mr and Mrs Morris H Beard He is now able to sit up some each day and is improving as fast as could be expected To Conduct Normal School Prof A Powell the able principal of the public school at Tobinsport Ind will begin a spring normal school at Tobinnport on February 20 The school wad to have begun the middle of the month but was delayed by the epidemic of measles in Toblns bottomf 1I Bakinq fAbsolutelyPoWder Pure JJHealthful cream of tartar 0J derivedsolely from grapes f refined to absolute purity is the active principle of every pound of Royal Baking Powder Hence it is that Royal Baking Powder produces food remarkable both in fine flavor and wholesomeness ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK ++++++++++++++++++++ i WHAT TilE JAPS AND i iiRUSSIANS ARE DOING +++++ +++++++ +++++++ Threatening demonstrations against the United States gunboat Helena and the British gunboat Esprelgle at YengKo last week by Russian solaiers plainly showed their hatred for the two nations Consul Miller American represen tative at New Chwnng protects Japa nese from Russian atrocities Six hundred Russians frozen to death while marching across Lake Baikal Eastern Siberia lest weeK Both the Russian and Japanea- embassies at Washington have bee flooded with letters from Americtfti citizens offering aid in the war Missionaries ii Korea are unmolest ed About March 4 foreign attaches will be allowed to join the Russian army Russia is moving slowly and frankly admits unpreparodness for war The countrys finances are in a bad shape Russia has abandoned the idea o making an exhibit at the Worlds Fair at St Louis The Japanese declared last week that their fleet was intact Official dlspatcns from Tokio to London on Thursday showed the Russian crueler Boyarin was sunk en by a Japanese torpedo and not b a Russian mine The Czars Baltic fleet is on its way to Port Arthur European powers are replying favor ably to Secretary Hays note asking neutrality in China The Russian Government on Fri day abolished its censorship on all newsA picket of Cossacks attacked a small detachment of Japanese on Fri day and took several prisoners All the great powers of the world areI increasing tnelr naval and military strength and cocomplications lire feared Waves of patriotism are sweeping over both Russia and japan A late dispatch reports that four Russian torpedo boats have been eaptnre- by d the Japanese Viceroy Alexiff has gone to Harbi and Port Arthur is now strictly a nava strongholdBoth Russian and Japanese continue to mass their armies on the Vain river and it is believed that a great land battle will take place To Operate a Gasoline Ferry- J F Winchell of Tobinsport Ind will begin work April 1 on a gasoline boat to be used by Wood Weatherholt the ferryman between that place an this city and for general towing TheI boat will have a beam of seven feet and be thirty feet long A small barge will be used in connection to tow truck wagons from Toblusport to thisI city + +++ ++++++++++++ THE PAST WEEK IN 1 + THE LEGISLATURE 1 ++++++++++++++ +++++ The Senate bill extending the common school term from five to six months was concurred in by the House by vote of 88 to 0 The House bill tl redistrict the ap pellate districts of the State was con curred in by the Senate by a vote of 25 to 0- The Day bill to prohibit coeduca tics of the races carried by vote of 73to5The amendnhealth providing that in each county the state board of health shall ap point three members who with the county judge and a man elected by the fiscal court shall compose the county board of health passed the House The House passed the Mill appropri ating 75000 for the improvement off the Hopkinsvilli insane asylum Gov Beckham on Saturday ap proved and signed the bill appropriating annually 15000 for the exten sion and continuation of the work of the Kentucky Childrens Home Socle tty MexicoyMessrs Hoviouu Behen and Wickliffe DeHaven will leave next month on a pleasure trip In Mexico and the south western part of the United States They will be gone three or four weeks New Frame Storehouse- W E Embry is laying the founda tion for the frame storehouse J M Lewis the contractor will build on the lot next to the Lightfoot building for F T Heyeer to occupy as a con fectionery The building will be 531x01 ft and one story In no Hurry to Disperse Hnrdlnsburg Ky Feb 23Spe spentdHe returned to Frankfort Monday He bynthatlthere is no danger of the Solons dis persing before that time Agnes OReilly Dead Hnrdlnsburg Ky Feb 23Spo- olalAgnes aged six years the child of Mr and Mrs John OReilly died here last Sunday morning after a short illness The funeral services were hells at SE Roinnalds church todrest in the Catholic cemetery The Rev Father Wm L Gabe officiated at the funeral services Mrs Tillman Panley was the guest of her sister Mrs Louis Adaws in Owensboro several days lust week J t MOVEMENTS OF- MEN AND TIIINGS OCC XXXXOOOOOCXXXXXDOCOOOOO D S Richardson of Union Star was in Louisville last week Mr Richardson is a very active business man for his age Hes always on tho move YoC Moorman Jesse M Howard and Col Ernest Robert son were in Louisville last week Dcnnio Sherran of Kirk and Henry Norton of Webster sold a car load of stoflk in Louisville last week andCI io homo smiling over their sale B Sim Dooley a very successful farmer of Long Branch solda car load of hogs in Louisville last week He got top of the market 535 and was well pleased Mr Dooloy says tho outlook in his section for wheat and grass is very poor and quite discouraging both vooleYhusl and is feeling pretty rood over the advanced prices llo says ho is looking for corn to go to GO or 75 cents Len Cashman and W C Phil pot of Raymond shipped their tobacco to Louisville last week They had good nice red tobacco at the following prices S250 470 and 3 95lIr Cashraan says he is done with tho stuff Mr Philpot will still raise it but will plant burley this yearwGeo Eskridgos team ran off with him last week at tho Falls of I Roughand broke his legff There was a meeting of farmers at Webster last Saturday to or ganize a telephone company to run a line from Lodiburg to Web ster and on to Irvington Chas L Basham of Lodiburg neighboyhood and apples showing up nicely W R Moorman Son shipped to E N Woolard Columbia Tomi Il pair of six months old Pollen Durhnmsz price 130 ono Poland China hoar to J H Hotchkiss Jay Ind at 15 one pair pigs to Nicholas Shorran Kirk at 15- Enthusiastic A S E Meeting Bewleyville Ky Feb 23Spec- la1 A large and nuthuslastio meeting of the A S E was held i here last Saturday afternoon and everybody was loud in praise of the excellent editorial on the subjeojWln last weeks News The News should Keep tho ball rolling for whatever helps the farmer helps every other business or occupation c ii l T i 7 IlIfllI IIII II IIIIIIIIItIIII mU1111111l1111t THE STROLLERS By FREDERIC S ISHAM lHl Author of Under the Rose E n Copyright Ml 1902 by tttII 8 H + HHHHHIHHH+11XZ CHAPTER XX mist was lilting from the TIlE and nature lay wrapped the rosy peace of daybreak as the suns shafts of gold pierced the foliage Illumining the his toric ground of the Oaks Beneath the spreading trees were assembled u group of persons various ly disposed A little dapper man was bending over a case of Instruments as merry a soul as ever adjusted a liga ture or sewed a wound Beribboned and bemedaled the Count de Proprlae acting for the land baron and Barnes who had accompanied the soldier were consulting over the weapons a mag nificent pair of rapiers with costly steel guards set with Initials and a coronet Member of an ancient society of France which yet sought to perpetu ate the memory of the old Judicial combat and the more modern duel the count was one of those persons who think they are In honor bound to bear a challenge without questioning the cause or asking the color of n reason A superb pair of weapons count observed the doctor rising The count laughed and turned away with a businesslike air Are you ready gentlemen At ills wonls the contestants Imme diately took their positions The land I T j lie surroyed His prostrate antagonist baron lithe anti supple presented a picture of Insolent and conscious pride his glance lighted by disdain but smol dering with fiercer passions as ho examined and tested his blade Engnge exclaimed the count With ill concealed eagerness Mauvllle began a vigorous although guarded attack ns IIf asserting his supremacy and at the siiine time testing his man The buzzing switch of the steel be came angrier the weapons glinted and gleamed Intertwining silently and sep arating with n swish The patroons features glowed his movements became quicker and executing n rapid parry he lunged with a thrust so stealthy his blade was beaten down only as It touched the soldiers breast Mauvllle suddenly followed his mo mentary advantage with a dangerous lunge front below Involuntarily Barnes looked away but his wandering atten flop was Immediately recalled From the lips of the land baron burst an ex clamation of mingled pain and anger SnlntIrospor had not only parried the thrust but his own blade by a rapid riposte had grazed the shoulder of his fop Nor was the managers surprise greater than that of the count The lat ter amazed that this unusual strata gem should have failed when directed by n wrist as trained nnd an eye ns quick as Mauvllles now interposed Enough ho exclaimed separating the contestants Honor has been sat isfied It Is nothing cried the land baron fiercely Ills blade hardly touched me In his exasperation und disap i pointment over his failure Mauvllle was scarcely conscious of his wound I tell you It Is nothing he repeated What do you say Mr SaintPros per naked the count- I am satisfied returned the young man coldly But Im not reiterated the patroon restraining Vlmself with difficulty It was understood we should continue until both were willing to stop No Interrupted the count suavely It was understood you should continue If both were willing And youre not exclaimed the land baron wheeling on SaintProsper Did L you leave the army because Gentlemen gentlemenI let us observe the proprieties expostulated the count Is it your Intention slrto prinL A fierce new anger gleamed from the soldiers eyes completely transforming his expression and bearing Ills glance quickly swept from the count to Man vlllc at the studied Insult of the lat ters words on his cheek burned a dark redspotLet go onl Tho count stepped nimbly from his position between the two men Again time swords crossed The counts glance bent Itself more closely on the flcuro t Lii i HoC Jo II + ++ Jo lJZI tzzeotJt z z a or the solder noting now now superb ly poised was his body what reserves of strength were suggested by the white muscular arm ills wrist moved like n machine lightly brushing aside the thrusts Had It been but accident that Mauvllles unlooked for expedient had failed But the land barons zest only ap peared to grow In proportion to the re sistance he encountered the lust for fighting increased with the music of the blades For some moments he feint ed and lunged seeking an opening however slight Again he appeared bent upon forcing a quick conclusion for suddenly with a rush he sought to break over Saint Prospers guard und succeeded in wounding the other slight ly In the forehead Now sure of his man Mauvllle sprang at him savagely But dashing the blood from his eyes with his free hand and without giving way SaintProsper met the assault with a wrist of iron and the land bar on failed to profit by what had seemed a certain advantage The wound had tho effect of making the soldier more cautious and eye foot and hand were equally true In his fury that his chance had slip ped away after wounding and as he supposed blinding his opponent Manville throwing prudence to the winds recklessly attempted to repeat his rash expedient and this time the steel of his antagonist gleamed like quicksilver passing beneath his arm and In flicting a slight flesh wound Some thing resembling a look of apprehen sion crossed the land barons face I have underestimated him I he thought The next stroke will be driven nearer homeHe felt no fear however only mute helpless rage In the soldiers hand the dainty weapon was a thing of marvelous cunning His vastly superior strength made him practically tireless In his play Not only tireless he suddenly accelerated the tempo of the ex ercise but behind this unexpected even passionate awakening the spec tators felt an unvarying accuracy a steely coldness of purpose The blades clicked faster they met and parted more viciously the hard light In Saint Prospers eyes grew brighter as he slowly thrust back his antagonist Mauvllle became aware his own vigor was slowly falling him Instead of pressing the other he was now obliged to defend himself Ho strove to throw off the lethargy irresistibly stealing over him to shake the leaden movements from his limbs He vainly en deavored to penetrate the mist falling before his eyes and to overcome the dizziness that made his foctnan seem like a figure in a dream Was It through loss of blood or weariness or both But he was cognizant his thrusts had lost force his plunges vitality 1 and that even an clement of chance prevailed in his parries But he uttered no sound When would that mist become dark and the golden day fuse into inky night Before the mist totally eclipsed his sight he determined to make one more supreme effort and again sprang forward but was driven back with ease The knowledge that he was continuing n futile struggle smote him to the soul Gladly would he have welcomed the fatal thrust if first he could have sent his blade through that breast which soar hall burn Impervious to his efforts Now the scene went round and round The golden day became crimson sear let then gray leaden somber Incau tiously he bent his arm to counter an imaginary lunge and his antagonist thrust out his rapier like a thing of life transfixing Mauvllles sword arm He stood his ground bravely for a moment playing feebly Into space ex pecting the fatal stroke When would it come Then the slate colored hues were swallowed In a black cloud But while his mind passed Into unconsciousness his breast was openly pre seated to his antagonist and even the count shuddered With his blade at guard SaintPros per remained motionless The land baron staggered feebly and then sank softly to the earth That fatal look the expression of a duelist vanished from the soldiers face and allowing the point of his weapon to drop to the ground he surveyed his prostrate an tagonistDone like a gentleman cried the count breathing more freely You hall him at your mercy slrto Saint Prosper and spared him A cold glance was the soldiers only response as without a word he turned brusquely away Meanwhile the doctor hastening to Mauvlllos side opened his shirt lie Is badly hurt asked Barnes anxiously of the surgeon No only fainted from loss of blood replied that gentleman cheer fully He will be around again In a day or two The land baron soon regained con sciousness and walked with the as i sistance of the count to his carriage As they were about to drive away the sound of a vehicle was heard drawing near and soon It appeared followed by another equipage Both stopped at the confines of the Oaks and the friends of the thickset man Susans admirer and the young lad on whom she had smiled allchtQd Hal exclaimed the doctor who had accompanied the count and his com panion to the carriage No 21 Yes laughed the count as he lean ed back against the soft cushions it promises to be n busy day at the Oaks Really ns the equipage rolled on New Orleans is fast becoming a civ ilized center To be Continued Cures Kidney and Bladder Troubles Deep Stated Cases Aching Back Mucous Discharger Etc For old obstinate deepseated Kid ney Bladder and Urinary diseases take a bottle of Botanic Kidney Speci flu If you have agonizing pains in back swollen legs or abdomen dis charges from the uretha neuralgia of the bladder burning sensation or diffi culty in passing water also a frequent desire or even involuntary discharges of the urine Catarrh of the bladder stone Brights disease disagreeable odo of the urine scanty awl hign colored your kidneys and bladder are diseased Take Botanic Kidney Speci disappeardischarges appear The burning sensation stops guaranteedBotanio gives strength power and health to the kidneys Acts directly on the uric acid and dissolves and destroys it Plea nt to the taste Especially advised for chronio cases that resis all other treatment 1 per large bottle nt my store or by express Call or write A R FlsherCloverort Ky The Pansy and the Huttcrlly She was n pansy There she stood In the great garden of Japan coquettishly fanning herself with a leaf And he was a butterfly a handsome fellow Dally ho flew to her to embrace her slender form and to kiss the tears away the night hall left upon her brow Wall IIu the gardener one day espied tin IIIUS1ountlroom of the geisha There she rested in the costly cloisonne vase And she longed for her mother the earth and her father the great sun and her lover the butterfly No more tears be dewed her eyes Her soul left her she pined away and one day she died And the butterfly who missed herwell he found another pansy Chicago Record Herald Perfect Confidence Where there used to be a feeling of uneasiness and worry in the house hold when a child showed symptoms of oroup 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 L Basford of Pooles ville Md in speaking of her experience in the use of that remedy says I have a world of confidence in Chamberlains Cough Remedy for I have nsnd 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 THE EVERGREENS White Pine Five needles in a bun die scales of cone thickened at the top Scotch Pine Two bluish green short needles in a bundle Fir Erect cone flat spreading needles scattered singly Austrian Pine Two long dark green needles in a bundle Norway Spruce Large hanging cotes scattered needles point all ways- HentlockSmail hanging cones fiat sprayLarchMany needles In a cluster fall off each year erect cones Red Cedar Bluish berries sharp prickly spray Arbor Vitro Flat branches cones few scaled and only two seeds under eachWhite Cedar Cones roundish with four to eight seeds under each Pitch Pine Dark stiff needles ar ranged In threes Boston Poet nmralllntlmc a BwII A magnificent red bull owned by an English farmer had an unpleasant no toriety an a man killer A strip of oak board had therefore been bound firmly across his forehead and oa this as an added Insult to the monarch of the herd was painted Dangerous When the beast held his muzzle to the sky he could see In front of him but the mo ment he lowered his head for mischief or grazing all view except of his own j forefeet was cut off Clambering one day dowh a tor near his haunts says a writer 1 came on a stretch of level green In the center of this sat an Im perturbable artist painting nnd round him In furious tangents charged the ineffectual bull Up wont the beasts head while aim was taken under the soUtude1butplank again shut the bull Into a mistaken memory of where his target was The painter said ho had spent half a morning In flight and the next half In laughter Do It row The following sentiment has been variously attributed to Stephen Grel let Sir Rowland Hill Edward Court nay and the Earl of Devon and Is said to have been inscribed upon the tombstone of the latterIII expect to pass through this world but once If therefore there be any kindness I can show or any good thing I can do to any fellow being let mo do It now Let me not defer It nor neglect It for I shall not pass this way again h Dlicontent With Work That there Is much discontent with work among the so called middle classes in America Is due In large part to the pampering of children to the supplying of their natural and artificial wants and to the sentimental idea that their day of toll will come soon enough In general work Is not a curse but a blessInga positive means of grace One can hardly begin too early to Impress upon children lessons of self help by tasks appropriate to their age and forces nnd to beget in them scorn of Idleness and of dependence on others To do this Is to make them happy through the self respect that comes with the realization of pow er nnd thus to npproxlmate Tennysons goal of man Self reverence self knowledge self controlCentury Escaped an Awful Fate Mr H Haggins of Melbourne Fla writesliMy doctor told me I had Consumption and nothing could be done for me I was given up to dlo The offer of a free trial bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consump tion induced mo to try it Results 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 GOo 8 1100 Trial Bottles free Prcnintnrc Fatigue Wealthy American Fntlier1n law Look here count Im getting tired of paying your debts Count Boylon do Bakkovlsnek 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Cures are permanent and not a patcning up Sold at drag stores f1 per large bottle Sample of Blood Balm sent free and prepaid also spa cial 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 Dinner Time Englishmen in Queen Elizabeths time dined at 11 a m and Shake speare rang up the curtain at the Globe theater at 1 p mtbe performance ending between 5 and G oclock By the time of Charles II dinner had ad vanced to 1 oclock and the play began at 3 p m as Pepys records A cen tury later Horace Walpolo complained of dinner being as late as 4 oclock and evening not beginning until 0 oclock Up to tho middle of the last century theaters opened at 030 dinner being proportlonate ear- lierDraggiogPais 2825 Kteley St OJIIOAOO ILL Oct 2 1902- I suffered with falling and congestion of the womb with severe paint through the groins I suf fered terribly at the time of menstruation had blinding headaches and rushing of blood to the brain What to try 1 knew not for it teemed that I had tried alland failed but I had never tried Wine of Cardui that blessed remedy for sick women I found it pleasant to take and soon knew that I had the right medicine New blood seemed to course through my veins and after using eleven bottles I was a wellwoman I Mrs Bush is now in perfect health because she took Wine of Cardui for menstrual disorders bearing down pains and blinding headaches when all other remedies failed to bring her relief Any sufferer may secure health by tak ing Wine of Cardui in her home The first bottle convinces the pa tient she is on the road to health For advice in cases requiring special directions address giving AdvisoryDepartment Medicine Co Chattanooga Te- nnWINECftRDUI I IL FOR CHILDREN j Makes teething easy regulates stopslr Mayor Yewell of Owensboro KE I says r Our baby was wasting away P while teething Ills bowels seemed = beyond control Three physicians e 3 gave him up Owens Pink Mixture = enoughIt 6 engine wllhost this S Aa 2k slid SOc on erery p ckire T2 2 2Xi t 7Z 7 Meaty back It not INODe sample and book free address THE FLOYD MEDICINE CO botllesII R FLOYDS DYSPEPSIA TABLETS odJ ffOann Sold by all Druggists Cloverport Planing Mill GREGORY CO Prop LUMBERDOORS DOORSSASH SASHBLINDS DOOR AND WINDOW SCREENS SHINGLESLATHS LATHSLIME BRICK CEMENT ROOFING ETC H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law- UARDINSBURG KY Will practice his profession In all of the Courts of Itrcckcnrldgo and adjoining coun ties Special attention given to collecting road cases nnd criminal practice License to practice In United States District Courts Office over Bank of Uardlnsburg V G BABBA- GEAttorneyatLaw PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR Many years experience in set tling estates All collections reas onable Cloverport Kentucky Tile Oldest London Kitchen Perhaps the oldest relic In Lopdon ot- a media van kitchen Is at Westminster abbey though little remains to Indicate It save the rubble tloorlns the buttery hatch and an adjoining cellar now the handsome dining hall of Canon Wilber force The monk who acted as kitchen er or refectorlun hind a responsibility as great as any hotel manager or chef In these days for among his fellow monks to say nothing of the pensioners were critics as keen as any among the world famed diners of today Yet the abbey kitchen was scarcely more elaborate than any one of those which linger on In the remote cottages of the rough Cornish coast or on the York shire moors where the entire cooking of the family Is done on a fiat hearth with no other fuel than turf or peat or twigs The broth pot hangs from a crane or stands on a tripod and Is most accommodating in Its uses Would you make bread Lay the dough on a clean Iron plate and Invert the broth pot over It then heap up all round It your lighted turf or woodWIndsor Magazine You Know What You Are Taking When you take Groves 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 Me Out Went the Bandbox Lord Ellenbon ugh the great English judge was once about to go on circuit when Lady Ellenborough said that she should like to accompany him He re plod that he had no objection provided she did not Incumber the carriage with bandboxes which were his utter ab horrence During the flrstdays jour ney Lord Ellenborough happening to stretch his legs put his foot through something below the seat He discov ered that It was a bandbox Up went the window and out went the bandbox The coachman stopped and the footman thinking that the bandbox had tumbled out of the window by some extraordinary chance was going to pick It up when Lord Ellenborough furiously called out Drive onl The bandbox accordingly was left by the ditch side Having reached the coun try town where he was to officiate as Judge Lord Ellenborough proceeded to array himself for his appearance In the courthouse Now said he wheres my wIgwhere Is my wig My lord replied the attendant It was thrown out of the carriage window Mnit Go Abroad What makes you think they are rich AmericansBecause they know so much more about other countries than their own Town Topics Not In llis Line EmployerYou dont seem to be able to do anything New ClerkWell I Always hud a political job until I struck this oneJudge- There have undoubtedly been bad great men but Inasmuch as they were bad they Were notgreatHunt h FI JOHN 81 GULLEYi I M jjSfI jj rl ly 3ra 3 9E y 4 Harned Normal SCHOOLri j 1 Term Beg- insFebruary J 23titi I And Closes June 10 1904 Courses of Study Teachers Course 12 00 Preparatory Course 8 00 Money payablelin advance Pupils absent one weekon account of sickness money refunded Good board and furnished rooms at 2 and 225 per week For further particulars addres- sANDREW DRISKELL PRINCIPAL Hardinsburg Ky THIS IS A- Presidential Year AND YOU MUST KEEP POSTED The way to do this is to read the WEEKLY Courier Journal 1 HENRY kEditork mh TWELVE PAGES ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY 4 1100IIiYar1 REVENUE REFORM SOCIAL REFORMtMORAL REFORM Tki COURIER JOURRAL linn Iki kill Alminie poblltkid Slid 35 runts dr i copy bj mill COURIERJOURNAL COMPANY LOUISVILLE KY By a Special Arrangement you can get th- eBreckenriuge News and thelWEEKLY COURIERJOURNALii I both one year for only c 150 This Is for cash subscriptions only All sub scriptions under this combination otter must be sent through the Breckenrldgo Now a ot lace Olovcrport Ky i IITTA The Breckenridge News 7WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 24 1004 POLITENESSzIt Is Wlilckproail Oppre Iro and Time Devouring During one summer which I spent f W among exclusively French people in a hotel at SafntGerumiu I estimated that I lost quite twentytour hours out of r each week saying good morning and good evening to the men women lit tie children anti dogs about me It you encounter the same person twentylive times in the same day you must surf rapturously pause at least shake hands If you do not kiss ceremoniously inquire how he or she is going and ceremoniously bid him or her au re voW at parting Not only every man M and woman expects this but all the t little children toddle up to you shake hands and exact the same amount of ceremony Then every well regulated French family has a dog that morn than likely occupies a chair and cats off a plato beside you at the table so that it is considered churlish if you do not also stop and tell the dog bon Jour and nu revolt a dozen times n day pausing to take tho paw which be is prettily taught to extend to you When the washerwoman brings home i your linen there are at least five min- I utes spent in ceremoniously greeting operationr youI1 fewer than tou times Any other sere ing person or tradesman who comes to do business with you throughout the 4 day you similarly receive with bo i jour monsieur and au revolr mon k sieur and you thank him and beg his r pardon as often as you can possibly f got the words into the length of time has to stay Harpers Buaar 1 I IhoI Relief In One Minute One Minute Cough Cure gives relief in one minute because it kills the microbe which tickles the mucous membrane causing the cough and at the damu time clears the phlegm draws out the Inflammation and heals and soothes the affected parts One Minute Congh Cure strengthens the lungs wards off pneumonia and is a harmless and never failing cure in all curable cases of Coughs Colds and Croup One Minute Cough Cure Is pleasant to take harmless and good alike for young and old Sold by All Druggists Animal Enjoy Ilnclnfr Little pigs are great at combined play which generally takes the form of races Emulation seems to form part of their amusement for their races seem always to have the winning of first place for their object and are quite different from those combined rushes for food or causeless stampedes In which little pigs are wont to Indulge Racing is an amusement natural to some animals and being soon taught by others becomes one of their most exciting pastimes London titBits Why He Did Not Tarry The importunate lover had just pro posedLet your answer be n vowel with a consonant on either side of It he gently begged her The charming girl smiled Very wIIIIsbe said GltCleve land Plain Dealer A DUtrmit of Literature You are always more or less skep tical about what you see in print YOI answered the man who has his own ideas about things Truth may be at the bottom of a well but it isnt an ink well Washington Star nearest nearest correct nearest correct correct estimate neurest correct correct correct correct estimates nearest correct estimates Chicago 999430 month before advantage result In Water animal advantage drowns walk when Throw stream begins walk differently circumstances- It strange people have what animals stinctively Instantly Igno simple thing treading remarkable without excuse There afloat other animals advantage water Nothing could from advantage provided paddle hand enough when something rarely Ancient Sports Hebrew Pigeons letter carriers tradition employed when Joshua Invaded diums communication between head quarters camps lands oft other Jordan Talmud they amusing games Talmud betting Indulged play owner pigeon reached point designat Another play connected betting kubya Kubya means Arabic glass kubya little wherein shaken upon table numbered modern Against these Talmud their players allowed witnesses i Our Great Profit Sharing Contest 1st Prize 5000 2nd Prize 2500 3d Prize 1000 of Each for Early Every subscriber to TIlE BRECKENIUDOE NEWS wIll have to sharp in these magnificent prizes if he wishes participate the Great Worlds hair Contest which these matter this great contest the Total Pnid Admissions during May first month the Great Louis Worlds Fair Without doubt Worlds hair whichwill open Louis May 1 will the largest fair hold in world every woman and child should interested in great enterprise of this Great Every subscriber who remits 100 the regular 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to pay the prizes deposited in Central Savings Bank Detroit and used for other purpose ofa or that more estimators equally correct prizes will divided equally between them j1 IS OF II tho nearest correct estimate or guess 5000 For the second correct estimate or guess 2500 For tho third nearest correct estimate or guess 1000 our the fourth estimate or 500 For the flf th estimate or guess 900 For the sixth estimate or guess aw For the seventh nearest or guess lW For tho eighth estimate or guess For the correct estimate or guess 75 For tho nearest estimate or guess 50 For tho next five estimates or 120 each 100 For the next nearest or guesses 110 each 50 For tho next 28 or guesses J3 each MO For tho 445 nearest correct estimates or to each 1333 493 prizes amounting to 111500 Information To aId In forming your estimates wo furnish tho following figures Tho total paid admissions during May tho first month of tho Worlds woro HHlrooQ31Tbo total paid admissions during May tho first month of tho Buffalo lan merlcan Exposition were will bo tbo total paid admissions during May tho of the St Louis Worlds Fair Figure It out or guess at H and send In tho figures of your guesses It may mean a fortune to you The contest will the day the opens so that no Is gained delay In es timating the Send the figures of your estimates or guesses with your subscriptions Bo carefnl to write your name figures and P 0 plainly fall to take advantage ot the i and Animal In The has no In any WilY In water over man and yet the man while tho animal swims The dog the horse the cow and the cat all take to the water and are able to as they do out of water a dog Into the and at once he to just as he does on dry laud Why should a man woman or act un der semis to be told to do the do In and Mans rance so a as water Is It is rea son or is a popular no tlon that In some way the dog and have ati over man In be further the truth Tho lies with man who Is with a formed and knows to tired the ani man or never does among the as tells us were at the Palestine as me of and In fur on the side of the At the time the were used in The tells us that was In at the pi geon The of tho which first the ed was the winner was the a small pot kubela small Tho was a pot dice were and thrown the The dice were as our ones arc two games the was in arms and were not to ap as before the bar t I I 15000IN 500 Cash Prizes Seven Special Prizes 50000 Estimates I nn opportunity to in in givenThn of is tho of St the l at St on be ever the and man be this Conditions Contest to one for his in of the Fair of the in close l be of of the are be of t the As on the all an win or NOW as tho one who win of tho is the ofIII f can be no be In case tie two or IF1ERE THE LIST PRIZESFor guess nearest correct 100 ninth nearest tenth nearest guesses flvo next guesses H Valuable Fair What first close Fair by Dont t Special Prizes even child like that of Uoat time of with pear as In addition to the foregoing prizes the following Special 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CatalogmNaInternational Sliver Co Merlden Conn HOW TO FOLD A LETTER Only a Small Ioroentuire of Appli cant Kuow tho Right Way I see you have lots of applications Bald tho advertising manager to the businow house manager who bad advertised for a typewriter and book keeper From all over Now England said the business man jamming his pockets full But what some of the girls who answer are thinking of I cant imagine Here is ont girl who will come fifty miles to take a place at 5 a week Can you tell much as to their quail fications by their letters I Well rather For Instance IIGan the wlrtiui there Is the spell the words there Is the way the letter is put together there IB even the way the letter Is folded Ever think that letters are folded 10 as to save time nowadays- No 1 said tho advertising man Its all I can do to get the stamps to put on em My stenographer folds em all right I guess How should it be done Easy enough simple enough but folded wrong often enough said the business man sententiouslyI If your typewriter knows her business she takes the shoot and folds It up from the bottom toward the top leaving the proper width for tho envelope then over from right to left and from left to right so Then when your letter IIR opened It Is right side up See I see murmured the advertising man And how many applicants fold their letters that way 1 Oh three or four out of a dozen perhaps Quite a commentary on busi ness as she is taught oh T remarked tho business man as be strolled away Springfield Republican An Early Riser A strong healthy active constitution depends largely on tho condition of the liver The famous 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 produce results that are satisfactory in nil cases Sold by All Druggists A Tart Retort In arguing n case in an English court the late Frederic Retie Coudert whose wit was rapierlike took occasion to deprecate the legal learning of 0 Lord Chancellor Fitzgibbon whom his op ponent was quoting The trial Judge tools timid exception to this I have read his opinions he snldunnd I have often wished I knew as much lawns he did I wish you did retort ed Coudert MINTONEINTANTLY HeadAche THE ONLY LIQUID REMEDY ON THE MARKET THAT ft PLEASANT Tl TAKE HrMlsss Safe sat All Tbtsc ProMpt aid Eflelui CURES Neuralgia CURBS Ntmm sea CURBS DliilneM CURBS Nausea CURBS Sleeplessness CURS quM4sthe Price 25c For Sale By SHORT HAYNESS- ole Agents in Cloverport r 1 c c Bank of HardinsburgOFFICERS B F BBARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier DIRECTORS Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B P Beard Dr A N Kiucheloe D S Richardson against loss by fire or iiInsured burglaryiit paid on time deposits 1 00+0100NOO NNNOOi ONN N tNN+ N NNO The Breckinridge Bank Cloverport Ky Capital Stock 45100 Surplus 7000 Incorporated Organized In 1872 W II BOWMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier DR F L LIGHTFOOT VPres CIIAS B SKILLMAN Asst Cashier Accounts of Firms Individuals and Corporations solicited Any business entrusted to us will receive prompt and careful attention Storage place for packages in our fireproof vault furnished our customers free NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS Interest paid on time deposits i tiNtNiltK1 First State Bank IRVINGTON KY W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VicePresident- H H KEMPER Cashier Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited Interest Paid on Time Deposits 1 1 o Voii = THE Fifth Avenue 1 i HOTELLouisville I W PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr 1J 7 Only Line NEW and Tho most and only hotel the city KM rate Only block from the and two blocks from the Street cars puss the door parts the neat and clean ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD I Winter Tourists Tickets now on sole dally NOW ORLI3ANSLA and to other points alto to HOT ARK and points In Texas IVery cheap One Way Ticket to CALIFORNIA and the NORTHWEST March April 1904 running through Personally Conducted Ex cursion Sleepers Louisville to CALIFORNIA MEXICO ARIZONA TEXAS O centrally located firstclass In making a one principal shopping district principal theatres to all of U to Southern SPRINGS I to 30 Special Low Ono Way and Round trip Rates In effect to the Southwest on First and Third Tuesdays In each month BEST LINE TO HOT SPRINGS For Folders and Descriptive Matter of California New Orleans I of address Lands In tho South and through tickets apply to ARKII IF W HARLOW D P A HeHelatOHINYi ST LOUIS 1904 From ST THE Louis GlobeDemocrat Is the one great newspaper which ought to find a place in every homo during tho coming year It has no equal or rival in all tho West and will be to all who desire to keep fully informed S to the Worlds Fair and the National Campaign of 1904 SemiWeekly a THE GREAT REPUBLICANPAPER AMERICA ST 1904 cltv- Everything Worlds Fair News Headquarters St indispensable One Dollar Year the WEEKLY GLOBEDEMOCRAT is issue in SemiWeekly Sections eight pages or more each Tues day and Friday It is a big SEMIWEEKLY PA KR giving nil the news of all the earth TWICE EVERY WEEK and n great variety of interesting ai in structive reading matter for every member oi the family Almost equal to a daily at the prict f a weekly ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR THE DAILY GLOBEDEMOCRAT PRICE BY MAIL POSTAGE PREPAID OREATOneDaily without Sunday NEWSPAPER One 4 6 months 2 8 months i Sunday edition 48 to 76 pages OF THE WO LD One year 2 0 months 1 LOUIS You Must Have The Globe Democrat Write for Free Sample Copy or better still send your subscrip tion TODAY Address The Globe Printing Co St Louis Mo LOUIS 1904 ST LOUIS 1904 I Fountain Pens very cheap at J D Babbag s a trT r fq 1 Iji J f irfIG YIiIv rye BRECKENR1DGE NEWS UNO D and V G BABBAQE Editors and Proprietor Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year o M85 if paid at the end of year CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged or at the rote of 10 rents per lino OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of C nU per line Money In advance Examlnn the label on your paper If It iIs not correct oleaso notify us When ordering a change In the sIasubscribers should give1 their old as well s the new address EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 84 1004 Corn 53K Hogs 55S Wheat 108 Cattle 1425 to 1475 Tobacco most any old price It is said there are 80000 mechan ics and laborers in St Louts hunting work We call attention to the change made on tnls page of the date for the farmers next meeting at Har dinsourg There is not onlypoetry senti ment and enthusiasm on the Hen derson Route but there is plenty of bnslnes a Watch the double headers passing This town is growing better and more patriotic The American flag was displayed at several business houses and the posNofflce was hand somely decorated Monday An enter prising and patriotic young man planted the flag on the highest tele phone pole in the town We like th spirit that prompts this The method of the American busi ness man says the Saturday Evenin Post represents two elements first fire the fools second pay good men good salaries tt The American manufacturer and merchant believes an practices the principle that he has nn room for employees who are inefficient or dishonest At any price nowever cheap they cost the most He also believes that employees wise effi cient honest who are gifted with in itiative energy and patience are theI cheapest at the highest age I must discharge a man to whom I am pay ing live thousand u year I want a man whom I can pay ten thousand is the remark of a distinguished man ufacturer The ablest men are the cheapest the cheapest men am the most expensive Beware of Ointments tor Catarrh that Contain Mercury as mercy will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely de range the whole system wben enter- Ing I it throngn the mucous surface Such articles should never be used ex cept on prescriptions from reputable physicians as the damage they will do is tenfold to the good you can possibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure manufaltured by J F Cheney Co Toledo 0 contains no mercury and is taken internally act Ing directly upon the blood und ran ojs surfaces of tho system In buy- Ing Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get tho genuine Ic is taken internally and made in Toledo Ohio by J F Lneney Co Testimonials free Sold by Druggists price 7Cc per bottleHalls Family Pills are the bes- tHARDINSBURG County Court last Monday Mr and Mrs Purl Compton are visiting relatives at Garfield Alt Taylor and John Cook of Cns ter were here last Monday Jno D Shaw went to Eminence Saturday to be the guest of friends Col E L Robertson of Gleudeane was the guest of friends here Sunday Col W E Minor and Gen A J Gross of Holt were In the city Mon dayR A Smith of Stephensport was here thefirst of the week visiting his motherOliver Shellman of Union Star was here Monday visiting his brother Gas D Shellman Dr A M Kincheloe who has been sick for several days is able to beat his office again Jno P Haswell Jr has been ap pointed administrator of the estate of Dudley Haynes deceased B A Parks formerly of Clifton Mule but now of Springfield Ill was in town last Thursday Clint Lucas and J C Oliver of Constantine were here Monday on business before the county court The last will and testament of Mrs 4 Nasal CATARRHIn Elys Cream Balm cleanses soothes end heals the diseased membrane It cures catarrh and drives headrQuickly Cream Halm It placed Into the nostrllsspread over the membrane and It absorbed Relief 111mI mediate and a euro follows It Is not drying does not produce sneezing Large Size 60 cent atDrag 5gists or by mall Trial Size 10 cents ELY BROTHERS 68 Warren Street New York Carthage E Horn was admitted to probate in the county court last Monday MIs3 Jane Hambleton who has been the guest of Miss Alliene Murray re turned to her home at Cloverpnrt Fri dayAttorneys Morris Eskridge and Jno P Ha well Jr were in LouisvilleI Saturday taking depositions in a will caseThe Ladies Aid Society of the M E church South gave a box slipper at the Ford Hotel Monday eveningThe W F Hogard preached at the M E church South Sunday morning There were no services in thu evening Horace Scott who travels for the Standard Oil Co was here several days of last week visiting Mr and Mrs Chas Scott Mrs Caleb Hodge and son who have been visiting her parents Judge and Mrs Milton Board will return to their home in MoLeansboro 111 ThursdayMr MH Percy M Beard en tertained at their home on Main street Wednesday evening The occa I feel as young now at thirty as I did at eighteen years of age That is part of the statement of one whoefound new life by the use of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription It is not the or dinary cares of the family nor the natu ral obligations of motherhood which isgwomanly away vitality and undermining the strength which take the roundness and supple ness from the form the bloom from the eyedDr Pierce Favorite Prescription cures those womanly diseases which robwomen of youth and beauty It establishes reg ularity dries enfeebling drains heals inflammation and ulceration and cures female weakness It makes weak women strong and sick women well It brings back to the mother the lightheartedness of her bridal day This is the testimony of thousands of women who have renewed their youth by the use ofIt vorite Prescription FaI aPor four years I suffered untold agony SpringsSearcysome better and think I would get well only to myblpswhere I suffered the most and when the pain would give way it scattered all over me and I would be so sore and stiff I could scarcely move My husband got the best doctor in the country to attend me but I did not Improve any Finally I told my husband that I was going to try Dr Pierces medicines By the time I had taken one bottle of Favorite Prescription I could notice a little improvement Dr Pierce advised me to take Golden Medical Discovery In connection with the Favorite Prescription By the time PreacripUonery I was well That was two years ago this summer I felt well until I expected to become a mother then a threatened mischance greatly Myhusbandto just drag along and get no better At Jut I told the doctor that If his medicine did not help me I would go back to Dr Pierces medicines I did so and by the time I had taken them one month I could do my own housework except washing and tended my garden too I was stouter than I had ever been while waiting babys coming since my first baby came this one was the sixth child She is now eleven months old and fa a healthy child As for me I feel as young now at thirty as I did at eight eau years of age Dr Tierces Pleasant Pellets cure bit iousness and sick headache In sion was in honor of Mr Beard birthday Those present were Mrs Marion D Beard Misses Lytio Ford Jane Hambleton of Cloverport Alliene Murray Minnie Murray ana Mnttye Held Messrs B F Beard Charles Edmunds Marvin D Beard Dr John E Kincheloe Henry More man and Jno P HaHwell Jr A Loyal Democrat V G Babbage of Cloverport Is willing to serve hili party as a delegate from the Fourth District to the Demo cratic National Convention in July Brother Babbage is a loyal Democrat a true gentleman a dignified trustworthy man who would faithfully dis charge his duty and reflect credit upon the people whom he represented Breokenrldge Democrat CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- tJignatcra fof I ADDITIONAL LOCAL The Ohio Is again about clear of floating ice- Walter Barbo will go to Tellers Colorado next month to taKe a posi tionThe tobacco receipts at the local markets this week are larger than those ol last week Eli Gregory formerly of this city was elected Master of Exchequer of Calanthe Lodge No 144 Knights of Phythias which was organized at Central City Friday Rev Jno Morton went to Grand view Ind Saturday to preach Sun day morning and evening in the Bap tist church from which no may receive a permanent call The Auburn Ash coal in the future wilt be strictly hand picked free from slate slack or sulphur Trv it and you will say it is the best coal ever put on the Clovciport market Miss Ella Richards of Cannelton who has been teaching the Finch school at Tobinsport which closed Thursday was nere Monday en route to Rome Ind The Auburn Ash coal in the future will be strictly hand picked free from slate slack or sulphur Try it and you will say it is the best coal ever put on the Coverport market Tne heaviest snow of the season fell lust Thursday The ground in this part of the State has been frozen since November 20 and has never thawed deeper than two or three inches Important Change In the resolutions adopted at the farmers meeting in the courthouse at Hardmsburg on February 8 a mistake was male in the date set aside for the next meeting at Har dinsonrg and notice is hereby called to the fact School district meetings will be held on Saturday Feb 27 and on next Monday and not the first Monday in March instructed dele gates will meet at Hardinsburg In the courthouse Mr Oglesbys Article An excellent article by E B Ogles by the wellknown farmer of this city will be published next weejc The article deals with the American Society of Equity and is of much in terest and value to the farmer Having Good Meeting Rev W H Foreman who is con ducting a revival at tne Methodist church at Dukes is having a rood meeting there having been several conversions and restorations Death of Nina Board Bewleyville Ky Feb 23Spa- clalNina the youngest daughter of Mr Jas Board died Saturday morning of membranous croup Addison Granted License In the county court Monday L D Addison was granted license to sell liquor in the Stephensport district Impeach men tn In 1707 Senator William Blount of Tennessee was Impeached for treason in negotiating personally with Great Britain and was acquitted On March 3 1803 Judge John Pickering of the federal court In New Hampshire was found guilty on tho trial of an Im peachment of drunkenness and pro faulty on the bench and was removed On March 13 1804 William Chase as soclate justice of the supreme court was Impeached He was acquitted on March 1 1805 Meantime on Dec 13 1804 Judge James II Peck ot the fed eral court of Missouri was acquitted by the senate after Impeachment by JudgeKestcourt of Tennessee was removed for treason In 18C8 Andrew Johnson president of the United States was Impeached for high crimes und mis demeanors and acquitted In March 1870 the former secretary of war General W W Bclknap was Impeach ed for bribery In making appoint ments He was acquitted on Aug 1 1870 His was the lost Impeachment W A Remedy That No Ons IJ Afraid To Take Dr Thachers Liver and Blood Syrup has been used ia thousands of hones lor fiftytwo years with perfect confidence and the most remarkable results The great success of this remedy is due to the fact that its formula which con sists of Buchu Hydrangea Mandrake Yellow Dock Dandelion Sarsaparilla Gentian Senna and Iodide of Potassium has been freely published Doctors and Druggists everywhere do not hesitate to recommend a preparation which they know contains the best known remedies for correcting nil irreg ularities of the Liver Kidneys or Blood and the diseases caused by the failure of these functions to perform their proper workThousands of sick ones to whom life has been a burden have written grateful letters that others might profit by their experience BLOOMING GROVB TEX Nov 13 1902 I was suffering terribly with ndlgeltlon and kidney trouble and tent to my druggist fur something to relieve me- Al he sent me a package of Dr Thachera Liver and Blood Syrup I concluded to try It and now I am deeply grateful to my druggist ai well aa to you I had been a sufferer from the e thing and a general rundown condition for ten years and had only received temporary relief from other medlclnei But after unlnjr not quite tw i packages of your Liver and mood Syrup I feel as stout and hearty al I ever did In my life and I I am satisfied that I am entirely cured I Ices no symptoms whatever of kidney trouble and my digestion is as good as any living mans I can now eat whatever I choose I never had any remedy give me such quick and permanent relief and I can not put a cor rect estimate on the value your medicine has been to me I would not take any amount of money for It Very gratefully yours C DROWN If you need a mrdlclne write today fora free sample bottle and Dr ThacF ers Health Book Give symptoms for advtft ire almplw ask you to try it at our tfptnie We know what U wilt do for tate by alt Jtrugglt tu o btl69 CIne and 9100 2IIdCHBR MEDIOINE CO Chattanooga lenn 1904The Worlds Fair Line1904 SIZE MUST HAVE BEEN A KENTUCKIAN Where are you going my pretty maid To the Worlds Fair at St Louis sir she said mydearOver the Henderson Routeof course said she Why over that road do yon gohe said For Free Reclining Chair Cars sir she said And where flies this Palace of Travel said he From Kentucky through Evansville to St Louis said she You seem to bepleased with that line he said Theyare Good Service originators sir she said Im traveling another routetis as good said he Youll have to show me1 kind sir saidshe All lines look alike to me he said I can only see oneThe Henderson she said I need me a helpmate my dear said he- Wont you travel to St Louis my wife with me 1 doubt not a helpmate you need said she But the Henderson Route Contort Linefor me Then will you not come my way he said No Im for the Henderson any day she said Is the choice of routes worth more than my love said he No but the CHOICEST of Routes is dear sir said she How then can I wed you fair maid hesai Get the Henderson Route habit firstshe said noRAL IOMEN This lady was undoubtedly accustomed to the best and would have no other Therefore If you would wedded and happy be Get The Henderson Homo Habit TIs a good habit to acqui- rePISGAH Mrs W B Taul is ill John Pate went to Hardlnsburg Fri day John Garrett is very low with heart troubleC Simmons was in Cloverport Saturday Oar school is out Mrs Mercer has taught a good school and the trustees are well pleased Edna Tuttle and her brothers Joe and Edgar Simmons entertained many of their friends Thursday night Those present were Misses Maggie and Addle Newman Lizie Pumphrey Ruth and Jessie Goatley Beatrice and and Pearlio Garrett and Messrs Lon and George Tan Charlie Pate Tom Mason Tank and Mort Pnmphroy Dee Matthews Ed Goatley Dick New man and Walter Newman OA1OEl3Ave Always Bought Bthoctr n W 1 t v r 3 atirZc T a cLtE r r 1t 9Cti I Fortune for your Thoughtt m mIf it is tho only nearest correct estimate 6f the paid I ifndmissions to tho Worlds Fair 5000his the sum paidn small fortune Read on page 3 how I to obtain this It is easy I 5000 1 1 For the Man Who Tells us How Many People Will Pay to go in This Gate During May fey sun u See Page 3 for Details S6e Breckenridge- NeWS CLOVERPORT NOTICE OF ELECTION IR A Shelman and Others on Pe tition It appearing to the satisfaction of the court that the petition of It A Shelmun and others heretofore filed In this court on the 28th day of December 1003 requesting that an elec tion be held In Stephonsport voting precinct which Is In tho Third Magisterial District of Drockenridgo county Kentucky on tho 7th day of March 1004 to taVo the sense of the legal voters of sold precinct who uro qualified to vote at an election for county officers upon tho proposition whether or not splrltous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned In said precinct and also whether or not the provisions of this law and prohl bl lon shall apply to druggists In said precinct was signed by more than twentyflvo per cent of the legal voters of said precinct cast at the last preceding general election held in said precinct It is now ordered by the court that the request ot said petition bo granted and that an election be hold on the 7th day of March 1901 In the said Stephens port precinct to take the sense ot tho legal voters of said precinct who aro qualified to vote at an election for county officers upon the proposition whether on not spirituous vi nous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned In said precint and also whether or not the provisions of this law and proW bition shall apply to druggists in said pre cinct And it Is further ordered that the Sheriff of Breckenridge county open u poll at each voting place In said precinct on said 7th day of March 1904 for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal voters of said precinct who are qualified to voto at an election for county offices upon the proposition whether or not spirituous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned in said precinct also whether or not the provisions ot this law and prohibition shall apply to druggists in said precinct And said Sheriff Is ordered to give notice of said election und hold the sumo as required by law and the officers of election appointed by the Election Commissioners of Oreckenrldgu connty to servo at the November election 1003 shall act us officers of said election and the Sheriff shall so notify them and this cause Is continued A Copy Attest W F nOOK Clerk Letter From Rev Hoskinson- Stepnensport Ky Feb 21 1004 Oar second Quarterly Confrence was held at Stephensport Jan 23 and 24 Rev P U Duvall our presiding elder was present and preached four able sermons My people are well pleased with our new presiding elder as far as they have met him At the time of the Quarterly Conference my frienas about Stephensport remember ed me very kindly with a special do nation of groceries and some money In a few days after the meeting the people of Union Star sent us two large boxes filled with a general assortment of groceries Again on Feb 11 my birthday other friends at Stephensport made special donations A nice old Presbyterian gentleman sent me 2 Also mv wifes sister Mrs Fisher of Hardin county brought me a dressed fat goose be sides other things to eat Ho you see I am not a pore Methodist preacher Really I believe I am fatter than the Baptist preachers To all who have remembered ns so kindly I wish to express our gratitude and ap preolation While the material value of the various gifts has been very help ful to ns yet Us expressions of good will they have a value above that of goldSince I came to Stephensport foi tune has favored tae with marriages During the first seven months I per formed fourteen marriage rites The next seven months none were married Since the holidays began I have had II four weddings These are as follows Dec 24 1003 Edward Dowttll to Miss Zelma West Deo 20 03 Edison D Carless Ureentown Ind to Miss Jennie L Palmer Stithton Ky Feb 14 1004 Ed L Stiles to Miss Maud M Raycorn Feb 17 1004Asa W Kroush to Miss Mamie Jolly Other cases are almost ready- Respectfully J 0 Hoskinson rhii great number of dyspeptics is increasing daily This Is due to horrid eating and lack of care in select ing proper food There is nothing more effective to the run down digestive organs than pure pepsin and while repsin alone corrects theoverworked digestive or gans a tonic such as pure port wine is also necessary to keep them in this condition t Walthers Peptonized Port to beII fcnnd in all drug stores combines I exact proportions the purest pepsin and richest port wine It is highly recommended by thoughtful physi 1 f clans Small size 50 cents large size 100 PATESVILLE Mrs M V Marlowe is ill Mrs R W Frymire Is on the side listMrs I B J Baker has been ijl for several days It is reported that measles has made its way into onr neighborhood Frank Baker of Floral is visiting his uncle S J Baker and family Mr and Mm J N Paxton and Dr J T Milner spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs M Clarke Miss Nellie Fawver has keen confined to her room for several wedrfs on ao count of scarlet fever On account of bad weather tho 1MLouisville Live Stock Market Reported by Dan Brooks Co Central Stock Yurds Louisville Feb 22CattleArrivals were light today The blizzard weather for the past few days had a tendancy to check shipments The market for all classes of butcher stock ruled active and firm the best grades of tidy steers and heifers being in active demand at full market value Bulls canners fresh cows and springers were ready sale at current values The trade for stockers and feeders is limited to only the best grades which rule firm ethers are dull and hard to sell at present low prices The demand fr prime shipping steers was firm while other classes show no material change Prospects for a good market the remainder of the week Calves Choice veals 525 to 5 50 common and heavy calves 350 to 450 HogsThe offerings in this depart ment were also light and the market opened lOc higher pn the medium and heavy hogs while steady prices preivailed for all the other classes All the choice hogs 160 pounds and up sold briskly at fc55 lights 505 heavy pigs i 470 light pigs 1440 roughs fUO to 460 Pens were cleared early and the market closed firm Sheep and LambsOfferings were light and all choice sheep and butcher lambs were ready sale at strong quo frtations Prospects firm 4 wrl If If AN OLD ADACEII SAYS Alight purse Is a heavy curse Sickness makes a light purse I Tile LIVER is the seat of aloe tenths of all dis- easeTuns f Pills- p an to the root of the whole matter y thoroughly quickly safely and restore the action of the LIVER to normal condition Give tone to the system and solid flesh to the body Take No Substitute The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 24 100t I Everything Rood to eat at the J English Kitchen A R Fisher was In Hardinsonrg yesterdav Three cans of corn fcr 25 cents at the English Kitchen Dick Nevitt of Brandenburg was P1town Friday i Three cans of salnnn for 25 cents at of the English Kltohenpih Mrs Edward McAfee was in Hen wdersonJ 0 Engleman returned yesterday from a visit to Louisville When you come to town go to thA English Kitchen for your lunches Allen Pierce came down from Louisville Sunday to spend several Y days at home at Mrs Qua GIbon went to Holt Friday to see her little granddaughter ItMaryCapt Kay of Evansville was the J f guest of nls sister Mrs Wm Smart several days the past week J iJ Harmon Blaine and Arthnr At woodof atephensport were In thee city aij Wednesday en route to Alex IJlIIf Mrs J D Baobage and P Mildred went to Louisville Monday 4 to visit Mr and Mrs D W Fatr leigh raise Dolly Claycomb came down from Irvington Monday and will take a piaition as saleslady at the Fair q Miss Ida Dntschke who is attending of i Hhe Cloverport high school went to Holt Friday to spend Saturday and Sunday at home i The Auburn Ash coal In the future 11will be strictly haul picked free from iI slateslack or sulphur Try it and you will say it is the best coal ever put on I the Cloverport market I Rev A Whitten Presiding Elder of the Qnited Brethren in Christ is f church was nere Saturday fa route l 1r home to Patesville from Louisville 1 where be assisted in a protracted meeting of ConsumptoiiSalt jI I II fashioned remedy for con i sumptionU Eat plentyof J pork was the advice to the consumptive 50 and 100 years ago Salt pork is good if a man i can stomach it The idea J behind it is that fat is thq jfood the consumptive needs most ScottsEmulsionisthemod ern method of feeding fat to the consumptive Pork is toof rough for sensitive stomachs 0 Scotts Emulsion is the most refinedof fats especially prepared for easy dige ion Feeding him fat in this waywhich is often the only way is half the battle but Scotts Emulsion does more than that There is some thing about the combination of cod liver oil and hypophos phites in Scotts Emulsion that puts new life into the it- weakI parts and has a special i action on the diseased lungs A sample will be sent free upon request Be sure that this picture In the form oi a libel U on the wrapper of every bottle of Emulsion you bu- ySCOTT BOWNE I CHEMISTS t 409 Pearl St N Y Soc and ail all druggists Fresh late fish and oysters at the- nglish I Kitchen IffKront 15 cents a gallon at the English Kitchen A good square meal at the English Kltcnen for 25 cents Ad Farber web in Troy Ind rev eral days last weihellll 11 toHardinsburg Mrs Douglas Williams has been in Owensboro the past week tl have effected uye removed arMrprFridayFrank at NoJolly Hardinsburg No Mrs Eugene Haynes returned Wed No nesday from a visit to her mother No No Mrs A U Hunter at Sample No NcTomexsheriff of Perry county was here No yesterday en route to Cannelton No Mrs Mollfe Wise of Louisville No Nu who has been the guest of her sister No Mrs Price Graham went to Lewis port Saturday to visit Mr 3 Jno No GrahamThe No Ash coal in the future No No will be strictly hand picked free from No slate slack or sulphur Try it and you No No will say it is the best coal ever put on No the Cloverport market No No Mrs Hattie Smith of Cabot Han cock county who has been the guest No No Rev and Mrs L Burdette the No week returned home Monday accompanied by Mrs Burdette who No No be her guest several days No No No Chance for Breckenridge News Readers No NInNews great circulation andpits No superior advertising value we No No have made arrangements with Short Haynes the popular druggists to offer one of the best selling medicines half price to anyone who will out out the following coupon and present at their sto- reINissNtNtmNM NHAi tlio holder to IIEiCOUPO25e Howards spe andtI money to any dissatisfied purchaser nShortTWENTYFIVE CENTS it Dr Howards specific Corr the cure of constipation and dyspepsia is not an unknown remedy It has made many remarkable cures right here in town and so in positive ae Druggists Short Haynes is great superiority in oaring gyre pepsi constipation sick headache liver troubles that they will in addl j tion to Felling it at hnlfprio3 re fund the money to anyone who it does not cure = If you cannot call at the store cut out the coupon and mail It with 25 cents and a 60 cent box of the specific will be sent you by mail charges paid Do not put it offcOne today worth two tomorrows nobbera Make Use of TIll lIerbrl In New Caledonia there is said to be an herb which has the rare property to revealing ones secrets It is known j as the Datura stramonium and has white flowers and rough berries full of dark grains They are treated of lu thotc Annals of and Colonial Med 1JcJnlthe tea made of this herb will after tell where his is tchiddenreef to where his treasure is concealed Robbers often use this tea as knockout drops with which to rob their victims to Crab Shell a Barometer- A curious barometer is said to be used by the remnant of the Araucanlan race which inhabits the southernmost province of Chile It consists of the of cast off shell of a crab The dead shells white in fairI dry weather but the approach of a moist atmosphere Is indi cated by the appearance of small red spots As the moisture in the air in creases the shell becomes entirely null season remains so throughout the roojj 1PatientCan1 II sake tell me at once Physician 1 There is in fact only one sovereign remedy for sleeplessness and that sleep Three dollars please Transcript 19jj 1MyhadThe deuce It Isl Yes sir A girl refused me yesterday and I see by the morning paper that her father has lost all his money Cincinnati Commercial Tribune X Lawrence Barrett Memory I have seen Mr Lawrence Barrett he actor receive BOO visitors most of them strangers at a party and after ward bid them all farewell by name making no mistakes as far as I could discover London Express Too Late Advice to a newly married couple Is BO useless Yes all the harm Is done then We may glean knowledge by reading but the chat must be separated from the wheat by thinking Buttorlok patternsJ D Babbage agent 0 khfi91e r RLNewsoms t I cl COLUMN + Now my friends I advise you not to read the following list if you expect to onto your money as the temptaIwill be very great to aunts of the bargains offered What is the use of always renting property when you can buy I have I several pieces of property which have paid for themselves three times- I shall take pleasure in driving oufand showing you the city Two Horses for salef2 Lot and house Oak 4 Lot and house Oglesby Avenue 1000 5 IxHuml house Kastlund 800 NoU Lot and house Oak street 800 7 Lot unci house Fourth street HOC 8 Lot and house Hu ton street 500 9 Lot and house Third and Center 500 10 Lot and house Hardlns Creek 500 11 Lot First street 500 Nor Lot and house Short Lino IL It 400 13 lot and house Oak street 3 0 Noll Four pasture lots 300 15 Toll guru house 300 6 Lot and house River street 300 I 17 Lot and house River street 300 18 Lot and house Wall street 300- No19 Lot and house Oak street 6- NoO Lot and house Eastland 850- NoSl Lot and house Eastland 250 22 Lot und house Center street 300 Nol Lot Wall htreet 2M 84 Lot Wan street s125 Lot nnd house Walnut street 200 26 Lotand house SI Hardin 200 27 lot and house Center street 175 28 Lot and house Center street 175 a 29 Lot and house Chestnut street 12p NoM Lot Fifth street 75 31 tot Ed Pure Fifth street 150 I Si Lot Ed lute corner Chestnut 75 33 Lot on short Llnu It It 100 NoM Lot near Sam Dean 75 35 Lot near Mary Dean 75 36 Lou 2 Center street 150 Nq37 Four acres Bishop Hill 250 38 Lot 1 acre and Section House 175 NoSW Lot Oak street near Sanders 150 40 Lot and house Third street 250 41 Farm 96icrcsand house t800 42 Farm 100 acres and house 600 43 Farm 52 acres on Pike 300 44 Farm 32 acres and house on pike 200 45 Woodland acres 275 40 Woodland 70 acres 300 47 Woodland 02 acres 400 48 Woodland 72 acres 375 No49 Three building lots Rim street 300 50 One aero and stone quarry on pike 55L One and onehalf acres of ground at Toblnsport Ind enclosed by good wire fence und well art In blue grass Has 2story residence ot 7 rooms with hull portico and porches Also business house 2028 feet good burn and outbuildings and cisterniand well of neverfalling ORDER BY NUMBER I also have an Austin Stone Crusher with 12horso power Frick Engine which 1 dispose of on reasonable Good elevator attached and all suitable appliances for good roads Can crush I stone as fast as two men can feed find can be set to crush it into dust Engine power sufficient to a saw mill Come to R L Newsom if you wont Deeds Mortgages Agreements and other writings done upI legal shape and in good literary formpapers that will stand before j any legal tribunal Ho also acts as Notary Public for Breckenridge county Attention to tho making out an certifying of Pension Certificates HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Round trip homeseekers excursions- to West and Southwest first and third Tuesdays each month at greatlyreduced One way second class colonist tickets South and Southeast first and third Tuesdays each mouth at reduced rates One way second class colonist tickets West and Southwest first and third each month at reduced rates One way second class colonist tickets Pacific and North Pacific coast points and intermediate points on every day March 1 to April 30 and September 15 October 15 1004 inclusive Reduced rates Special occasion Young Mens Christian Association Bowling Green Ky February 18al For this occasion rate 586 for round trip Cloverport to Bowling Green and return on February 181020 good returning February 23 diILA just 15cts I The lunch wo servo for 15 cents satisfies most any mans J appetite because wo servo iI nearly as much for 15 cents tas is generally served at most Z restaurants for a quarter VVo give you Steak or Country Ham Eggs Bread or Pan Cakes Coffee Prompt service and quietude i GOFFMAY Cloverport Ky NNN lN 1 4N1NON NM lien RIdgeway went to West Point Friday to visit relatives u + 1W a nt s I + Advertisements Inserted under this head at ono cent a word per week H Ion SALE BALEFresh milch cowEd White head Cloverport Ky FOR SALE JollyGardnerFOR SALE ponyandcartsndtwohorsesfor 4 FOR SALE on SALE Secondhand hearse choapII Irvington Milling Co- FOR SAGE FOR SALEllIrm of 43 acres Just outside 4 limits of Cloverport Improvements ono rr om cottage Apply to J II Rowland agent at post otiic e i WANTED nro sell 1500 2ycar lion Davis apple trees 1 big und little at 5c Also 300 3year tries different varieties at 4c to bo delivered at 4 Cloverport Send for list of varieties 3year trees HIGHLAND NUIISEHY Cloverport Ky WANTE- DWANTEDTrustworthy Lady or Gentle in this county and adjoining territory for house of solid 4 financial standing 2000 straight cash sal j ary and expenses paid each Monday direct from headquarters Expense money ad vanced position permanent Address Manger C05 Slonon Illdg Chicago MONEY TO LOAN LIFE Insurance Policies bought for cash orIon at low rutty Call on or write toJNO P 1IASWELL Jn Attorney ut uw Ilardlnshurg y- FOR SALE I PRINTING Presses and Cutting machines Ilot ot good Laundry machines I Also now and secondhand Gas and Gasoline Engines MARTIN GABLE SIB 3rd tHreetjj Loulsvlllo Ky loOn SALEEGOS FOR SALERhodo Island Red Eggs Parties settlngot eggs f 15 from test winter layer on earth send ono dollar to Mrs D C Moron Irvington Ky S LEB1 Rock Eggs 1100 per 13 prepaid Orders looked now JO DUTSCHKE Stephonsburg Iy- FOR SALERoso Comb Rhode Island Reds witter layers and general purpose I fowls Sure to satisfy Eggs for sale at 1150 setting My stock Is from prize winners t J Cain Itcwloyvllle liy Farming in the South Tho 1nssengir Department of the Illinois monthlyc1rculursgardening stock raising dairying etc In tho States of Kentucky West Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana Every Farmer or Homeseeker who will forward his name and address to the undersigned wlllbel l mailed tree Circulars Nos 1 to 10 Inclusive and others as they are published from month to month L II Er ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No4 Dally Fast Train loaves Cloverport 507 A at West Point only arrives at Louisville 715 AM No 42 Dally Mall and Express loaves Clo verport948 A M stops at all way stations arrives Louisville 1215 P M- No44 Dully Mall and Express leaves Cio verport 443 PM stops at all way stations ex cept Pierce Arrives Loulsvlllo 710 P M WEST BOUND No 41 Dally fat Louis Mall and Express ieavesCloveriwrtlOOa A M arrives Evans vlllo 1250 PM arrives St Louis 716 P M PowersdBaskets Henderson No 43 Evansvlllo Mall and t leaves Clovcrport 735 PM Stops stall way sta tions Arrives at Evansvlllo 1030 P 111 No 45 dully St Louis fast train leaves CIo verport 1046 1111 arrives Evansvlllu 120 A DL St Louis IO A Si stops at Ifawesvlllo Owensboro and Henderson only No 47 Cloverport Accommodation Dally leaves Cloverport ot 600 n m Stops ot al stations Arrives at Evansvlllo 900 a mlI Returning leaves Evansvlllo at 530 p m arrives Cloverport 830 p m Trains Nos 41 42 43 and 44 make connec tlonatIrvingtontorFordsvfllaoverydapexcept nection on Sunday for Fordsvlllo train Thruogh coaches on trains ll4l45 and 40 Parlor cars on trains 41 43 43 and 44 Through sleepers on trains 45 and 46 Free reclining choir cars between Loulsvlllo and Lt Louis on trains 45 und 40 + FREDMAYWholesaler of Firstclass Me- atsaCloverport BED Hr CASPERKE Jewelry and Insurance Best policies for least money in Life tire Tornado and Accident Insurance i Brandenburg Ky Mrs T B Young who had been tho gnestoCher daughter Mrs U B Hklllman went to Henderson Monday to visit before returning to her home at MorgunUeld t i Htt l v NftMJwuPAnJwLclIA J1L Mwwt+ 4r r+ = raVARSH IN THE EAST I Is of more interest to Russians and r Japs than to us at home Here we go on with our work or play and three meals a day In the last point we shine t r 1 EVAPORATED FRUITSVery Healthful I 11I PRUNESNIce and Juicy I11 ASPARAGUS HACKERELThe Finest Ever mMAPLE i COFFEECholcest SYRUPDellcIous iIl CANNED dOODS Tlie Best BREAKFAST FOODS jjSEND US AN ORDER H Imi J C NOLTE S BRO MASONIC TEMPL- ECLOVERPORT KY I r h hh + IND TIS The COMFORT LINE i Free Chair Cars- On The ROUTE Between Louisville Evansville St Louis The West and Southwest As we are tho originators of free reclining chair cur ser vice between Louisville and St Louis dont you think it would pay you in traveling to Get tho Henderson Route habit 1 It will us =Ask us About It IsJJ IRWIN GEO L GARRETT Oenl Pass Agt Tray Pass Agl LOUISVILLE KY r W1 M At Small Expense Iff I Il knowledge of how to reeelo and ex a tend hospitality Chrlstlnu TerhunuIIV Herrick tells you all about + iI paid 50 cents 111 ft E J CLODE Publisher 1565th Aye NY r 7 ness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour risings and catarrh oi the stomach are all due to Indigestion Kodol cures Indigestion This new discovery repre seats the natural juices of digestion as they exist In A healthy stomach combined with 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 and s I tot baby Kodol Digests What You Eat Bottles only 100 Site holdlnf 2K tlmw the trW she which sells for 80 cents Prepared by E 0 DeWITT A 00 OHIOACM Sold by all Druggists Bernard Carter camp down from Irvington Wednesday to visit relay tives Just as Easy to ask Your Grocer for Cadicks Gold Dust Flour as for any othea brand The cook will appreciate the charge for better in baking the family in eat ing bread made from Cadicks Gold Dust Flour which is strictly n High Grade Patent Flour Your grocer sells it C dick Milling Co GRANDVIEW Reclining Popular- HENDERSON HopsltalltyIi 4money Sour StomachNo UnlnlthouyslwasJlanKodol ii YKEEP POSTED ABOUT r U S Steel Corporation lThet White k Kcmhlo Atlas Map and- yf Volume of Statistics should lw In tholl if Imnds of every stockholder Nowhere a informationul 1 ft of plants ore lands railroad and Ik steamship lines and RVUH official W statements of earnings distribution of y capital division of securities Incor- porationI certificate full text of bylaws mortgagesWI r Price ES not to accompany each order l FOR IIALEONLY DY COIIII l DOW JONES fSL 44 Broad St New York W j The oldest News Agency of Wall street V and Publishers of the Wall It8trlet Journal i r Investors Read The fTi IfiIfiWALL STREET JOURNAL 1 m m 5000 Paid for a Little bit of BrainWork Brainwork is a paying oc cupation and especially so in this case All on earth you have to do is to study the figures given and then place the number of people you think will pay to go into tho Worlds Fair during May Place the number on tho blank on page 3 send it to us with u dollar for the News a year and if your figures arc the only right ones a check for 5000 will bo sent you See page 3 for further particularsTHE NEWS Cloverport Ky TJ iAt t i iCC The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 24 1004 TRIBUTES TO WIVES WORDS OF TENDERNESS UTTERED BY GREAT MEN The Ilomnno That Tom hood Inlil to the Partner of Ills Sorrow and Jojn Jean Inul Hitliter UiiNtlnl ed PrnliiB of Caroline Mayer Few great men have paid more en thusiastic tributes to tholr wives than Tom Hood and probably few wives have better deserved mieMioiiiugt styS the Chicago Chronicle You n t IIaI thinkI he wrote to hor In one of h letters that I am more foolish than any boy lover and I plead gully forI never was a wooer so young of heatt and so steeped In love as 1 but it is too sanctified and strengthened by long years of experience Mity Uod ever bless my darling the sweetest most helpful angel who ever stooped to bless a man Has there ever wo I wonder lived a wife to whom a nor delicate and beautiful tribute was poi than those verses of which the Is I love thee I love theetis all tha 1 can say- I want thee much Nathaniel Haw thorne wrote to his wife many years after his long patience had won for him tho flower that was lent from heaven to show tho possibilities of the human soul Thou art tho only peon r in the world that ever was neces nary to mo and now I am only myself when thou art within my reach Tho art an unspeakably beloved woman Sophia Hawthorno was little better than a chronic Invalid and It may be that this physical weakness woke allj1 tho deep chivalry and tenderness of the man And ho reaped a rich reward for on almost unrivaled devotion In the atmosphere of lore and happiness an i inspiration with which his delicate wlfo always surrounded lilrn The wedded life of Wordsworth with his cousin the phantom of delight was a poem moro exquisitely beautifulI than any his pon over wrote Mrs Wordsworth was never fair to look upon but sho had that priceless and rarer beauty of soul which made her life a center of sweetness to allI around her All that she has been t 0r me the poet onco said In his luttr- days none but God and myself cut- ever know and It would bo difficult to find a moro touching and beautifulI picture In the gallery of great mens lives than that of Wordsworth and hl wife both bowed under tho burden of many years and almost blind walking band In hand together In the garden with all the blissful absorption and tender confidence of youthful lovers i It never needed the woldlug touch of a great sorrow to snake the lives of Archbishop Talt and his devoted wife a perfect wholo Speaking o her many years after she had been taken from him he said To part from her If only for a day was a pain only less intense than the pleasures with which I returned to her and when I took her with mo it was one of the purest Joys given to a man to watch the meeting between her and our cbil drenWhen David Livingstone had passedI his thirtieth birthday with barely ai thought for such an Indulgence asi wooing and wedding he declared humorously that when he was a little loss busy he would send home an ad vertisement for n wife preferably al decent sort of widow and yet so un consciously near was his fate that only a year later he was Introducing his bride Mary Moffat to the home he had built largely with his own hands at Mabotsa From that supremely hap py hour to the day when eighteen years later he received her last faint whisperings at Sbupanga no man cvr had a more self sacrificing brave de voted wife than the missionary daughter In fact they were moro lilt u two happy light hearted children than sedate married folk and under the magic of their merriment the hard ships and dangers of life in the heart of the dark continent were stripped of all their terrors Jean Paul lUchter confessed that he never even suspected the potentialities of human happiness until he nut Caro line Slayer that sweetest and most- gifted i of women when he was fast approaching his fortieth year and that he had no monopoly of the resultant happiness Is proved by his wifes dec laration that Ulchler Is the purest tho holiest the most godlike man that lives to be the wife of such a man is the greatest glory that can fall to a woman while of his wife Rlchtcr once wrote I thought when I married her that I had sounded tho depths of human love but I have since realized how unfathomablo is the heart iin which a noble woman has her brIDe Pains in the BackA- re symptoms of a weak torpid or stagnant condition of the kidneys or liver and are a warning it is extremely hazardous to neglect so important r is a healthy action of theso organs r They are commonly attended by loss i of energy lack of courage and some 1 times by gloomy foreboding and de apondoncy t I had pains In my back could not sleep and when I got up In the morning felt worse than tbe night before I began tak ing Hoods Sarsaparilla and now I can r sheep and get up feeling rested and able to i entirelyicare H 8 Copeland Pike Road Ala Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills FCare kidney and liver troubles relievo 1 tieback and build up tho whole system t r Y r The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There Is a disease prevailing In t country most dangerous because so live Many sudden are caused b- yItheart disease pneumonia heart failure or apoplexy are the res of kidney disease If kidney trouble Is allowed h to advance tthe kidneypoisoned blood attack the vital organs or the kidneys themselves break down and was away cell by cell Bladder troubles most always result from derangement of the kidneys and a cure IIs obtained quickest bya proper treatments the kidneys If you are feeling badly you can make no mistake by taking Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver and bladder remedy 1It corrects inability to hold urine and scald ling pain in passing It and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up during the night The mild and t extraordinary effect of SwampRoot is soon realized It stands the highest for Its wonderful i cures of the most distressing cases sotdd by I druggists fiftycent one If maytthis wonderful new dis covery and a book that deaths often j will limos b tells all agent It bothnemeofewempmioot sent free by nail Address Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y When writing nestle reading this generous offer in this paper Dontmakeany mistake but remember tho name SwampRoot Dr Kllimcrs Swamp Hoot and the address Binghamton N Yon every bottle llC4apr to More I am told the Stlnilers have but 5 000 a year 111lnat are they going to do with it Going abrokd Why They cant afford to stay at horn 0 iand keep up with their set ClevelandI Plain Dealer Stupid Unnt Mrs Ascum Hut why didnt you buy the material If you liked It Mrs Nu richThe salesman said It was domes tic dress goods Mrs AscumWell Mrs Nurlcb You dont suppose IdI wear anything meant for domestics do you Philadelphia Press 0Nearly Forfeits Ills Life 1A runaway almost ending fatally started a horrible ulcer on the leg of J B Orner Franklin Grove 111 For four years it defied all doctors and all remedies But Bucklens Arni ca Salve had no trouble to cure him Equally good for Burns Bruises Skin Eruptions and Piles 25c at Short t Haynes Drug store Au Umbrella Trick Thats no way to put on an umbrel- f la cover my dear remarked the man to his wife who was preparing to go- lOUt one cloudy day Dont fuss at It like that No yo e dont want to turn the cover right sld out Leave It as It is and put the ferrule of the umbrella through the little tl I top so Now take hold of the top of the case and pull It right up over th umbrella Just as you stripped It oft See It doesnt take half a minute and Is much easier than laboriously turning the narrow ruse right side out When you feel blue anti that every thing goes wrong take a dose of Chamberlains Stomnch and Liver Tablets They will cleanse and invigorate your stomach regulate your bowels wire you a relish for your foodI and make you feel that in this old world is a good place to Ii vetFor 1smile byShort Haynes He Died Cored There used to live near Dunbarton In New Hampshire a physician who ha- n reputation for pigheaded stupidity A good story about this physician used to circulate in the town Accord lug to it an old woman stopped his gig one day and pointed toward a house with crape on the door So doctor she said maliciously Mr Brown Is dead for all you prom- Ised to cure him eh The doctor looked nt her In his pom ipous stupid way Youre mistaken be said You didnt follow the progress of the case Its true Mr Brown is dead bwt IM died cured To Cure A Cold In One Day AlldrulrltlstsE W Qrves signature is on each box 2Sf Shopplnir In JnpaB Japanese ceremoniousness makes it a serious matter going to a Japanese shop unless you are going to buy silk bund kerchief +the only things foreigners buy often enough to spoil the manners of the shopkeeper You get out of your exI plains your high and mightiness Then all the attendants the shop salaam till you wish they would get up and let you catch their eye nnd explain what you want When they do get up tho Japanese equivalent of the shopwalker and three or four counter jumpers In rotation ask you to repeat your order while they offer you fie cups of tea It Is Japanese tea and there is no milk or sugar but you can have salted cherry blossoms It you want If It is a good shop This is the Japanese way of offering the customer a drink Good Japanese shops contain nothing except the attendants When ydu have got as far as explaining what you want the proprietor glees orders to attend ants Oft they go at a run good serv Hate always runand bring back the goods tied up in faded green silk hand kerchiefs or green cotton cloths v 2LM A SAFE DIET RULE Eat thSmRlIet Amount of Food That Will Preserve Health hashipsbeen thrown about this subject Let your sensations decide It must be kept In mind that the entire function of digestion and assimilation Is carried on without conscious supervision or con unfeltuand unknown excepting by the feeling of bleu etre which accompanies and follows Its normal accomplishment Satiety Is bad It implies a sensation of fullness In the region of the stern toacb anti that means that too much food has been taken The exact correspondence In n healthy animal beef tureen the appetite and the amount of food required is extraordinary As a rule the meal unless eaten very slow Ily should cease before the appetite U entirely satisfied because a little tlnn Is required for the outlying organs and tissues to feel the effects of the food that has been ingested If too little has hebeen taken It Is easy enough to make It up at the next meal and the appe tHe will be only the better and the food more grateful No one was ever sorry for haring voluntarily eaten too little while mil lions every day repent having eaten too much It has been said that the great lesson homeopathy taught the world was this that whereas physicians had been In the habit of giving the patient the largest dose he could stand they have been led to see that their purpose was better subserved by giving him the smallest dose that would the desired effect And so it is wit1 food Instead of eating as most peo pie unfortunately do as much as they can they should eat the smalUtt amount that will keep them In goodI bealtb Roger S Tracy In Century THE MINISTERS WIFE the Hn Her Trials sad trrw bn Aha Her Havrard The ministers wife exercises tho statesmanship necessary to maintain a well ordered and cultured home on a small Incomea house constantly un dcr inspection by the whole parish She sets a fashion in becoming drew which tones up the taste of many o her parishioners whose husbands in comes are two or three times as largo as the ministers salary She Is the pastor and the actual bead of the too numerous womens and childrens or ganlzatlons In tho church and site man ages to keep most of the jealousies ofr their lenders from coming to the sur face She listens sympathetically to the confidences of the young women of the congregation and the small wedding fees which occasionally fall Into her lap are meager wages for all tin time and thought she has given andI the teas she has served to bring about these weddings services which her neighbors may laugh at but which arc the most delicate and valuable of allI ministries when they Issue in happy homes II anteIi strengthened the courage of many threshuold of an unknown resins When sheti ehas closed the eyes of the darling of her heart In the last sleep she goesI out to cheer weary watchers by sick beds and to give her silent sympathy to mourners who will not be comforted She holds her queenly way in poi unfe grows older a light radiates from her patient face which moves discerning friends who otherwise would pity her to say Verily she has her reward Cougregatlonallst She Wan Tel Enthanlaitlc Teaching to me said an enthusias tic young schoolmistress Is a holy calling To sow In the young mind the seeds of future knowledge and watch Lada pleasure greater than I can tell I never weary of my work My thoughts are only of I am very sorry Interrupted the young man to whom she was talking that you are so devoted to your profes sion Miss Clara I had hoped that some day I might have asked youIn fact I called tonightbut I hardly dar go on In time light of what you You may go on Mr Smith said the young lady softly I nm a little too enthusiastic at times perhaps She Had to Forgive Mrs Winks Mrs Ayres and her hus band have had a dreadful quarrel just because she gave him a letter to mull and he carried it around in his pockets for a week Isnt It too silly of her Mr Winks Maybe that would make you mad too Mrs Winks Oh John I wouldnt lose my temper over a little thing like that Mr WInksIm glad to hear you say it my dear I just recall that rye still got that letter you gave me last Wednesday Philadel phia Press Eicnped Her Notice How did you like the way the mIn- Ister animadverted upon our colloquial1 lame last Sunday asked Mrs Old castleI notice It replied her host ess Me and Josiah were crowded out of our own pew and had to set where we couldnt see him when he wasnt Btandln up Chicago RecordHerald The Sptniter Aunts Opinion CarrieDo you think a woman Is justified in carrying a man she doesnt know Aunt JaneShe certainly wouldnt be justified in marrying a twin she did know Boston Transcript Nothing In It I understand professor that Miss Cquawker Is coming to you to cultivate oer voice Is there anything in It I Not for herHouston Post 4 Good and who use It heals cures does sick held R The a can be have cheeks and form who from of the The tc and the of and up the whole The offer of is a offer by whose and success in the and cure of him the front rank who treat to Buffalo N my health to Dr Pierces gladly I t full credit the same Two years ago serious trouble at stated r for this many without any better I hot flushes but a bottles of your cured me have felt wornout badly the last year a doses oft was I needed to make t well I have no other in the house do need any This if my entire chest it keeps me my thanks p for this 7 Yours very truly cn f Sot D Street S E D to R V PIEROE N Y a FREE copy ot thoIonso For copy 21 one tl to cover only 31 ttsl 9i Wellington on Napoleon of men and history lure just and correct He used few words and never fenced his meaning about with qualifications When Lord Ellesmere mentioned a cer tain writers opinion of Napoleon the replied Napoleon the man of his day on a field of battle Land with French troops I confine my self to that policy was mere bully Ing and military matters apart he was a Jonathan London Review A DurninG Fire i At the Inn at Osmothcrly England Is u fire which for more than a century has serer been to go out The place Is u quaint to which many visitors resort on account of its never fire and the turf cakes baked upon its hearth It been kept by members of one family for over a hundred years Hln Theres old Blithers He such a view of the world re marks Gllworthy Not always says He only gets those moods on him when be been drinking Same In effect He fakes n dcmljohndlccd A Time Eternity said the country exhorter who wanted to make things Is forever and forever and five or six ev sisters after millions and billions of centuries had rolled away In eternity It would still be 100000 years to breakfast ni lUna Yes Angelina when I muttered in my sleep last night about being out on a bluff I was dreaming of a excursion a friend and I took to Dover cliff in England several years agoNew Orleans crat The best physic I Once Jtried and yon will always use Stomach Liver Tablets ttSUjS AGirard Pease Vt These Tablets are prompt 1moat pleasant and reliable in For sale by Short Haynes One of It What asked the teacher do you by the strenuous life It convey any meaning to you Sure replied bad boy WhatWhy what happens in wood shed when pa gets home after youve been naughty was prompt reply Post Want your or a brown or richblack Use L i u t- An t EntireMedicine chest All any woman requires if she suffers from headache nervous or is Doctor Pierces Favorite Prescription It just suits her womanly needs Miss MZLYME K LIDDIE Treasurer Independent Order Templars Weak sick women are suffering from womanly are advised to Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription establishes regularity dries unhealthy drains inflammation andulceration and weakness Iftc Favorite Prescription not as promptlyas desired weak and women are to consult Dr Pierce by letter free All correspondence is as strictly private andsacredly confidential Address Dr V Buffalo N Favorite Prescription is temperance Medicine containing neither alcohol trueJnarcotics and is a purely vegetable preparation No beautiful ruddy round 1suffers disorders feminine organs Prescription gives vigor vitality to womanhood builds system medical advice made by Dr Pierce genuine made aIphysician experience treatment womanly diseases has placed in of physicians successfully thetdiseases peculiar womenttWORLDS DISPENSARY MEDICAl ASSOCIATION YfGentlemen I owe excellent Favorite Prescription and do givetyou of I had periods and doctored months getting had headache nervousness andIisleeplessness few medicine Whenever I orrduring few Favorite Prescription all metmedicine and not Favorite Prescription fis medicine and in perfect health Accept heartfelt fine remedy Z apfciWashington GhSEND Dr Buffalo for PoopPCommon Advisor paporcovorod enclose coot stamps mailing Glotfibound stamps Wellingtons judgments singularly low duke was first Ills Wild Long Chequers Slapcstones near allowed little building extinguished has DlnKnoiliiK DUpoitlon takes jaundiced Mlgglebury pessimistic has thing viewJudge Long clear andetime something delightful TimesDemo Ghamoerlains and William the most most cathartic use Description understand Does the the the Chicago lAyersPills moustache beard beautiful un ness sleeplessness diseases female act invited PIERCE Y organs Modlcal Tho Wvaplnir Willow Sonic Some people have heard of the ballad containing the words Ill hang my harp on a weeping willow tree but perhaps it is not generally known that the author was a young man who fell desperately In love with Queen Victo via at that time a girl of seventeen This young lover was heir to a baronetcy but baronets cannot approach royalty In the guise of a suitor though It took some time before the romantic youth could be brought to understand this fact When at last he did so he sat down In despair and wrote the now well known ballad which was at that time published In a London paper and then he emigrated to Australia A Cure for Eczema My baby had Eczema HO bad that its head 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 DoWitts Witch Hazel Save The Eczema is cured the scabs are gone and the little ones scalp is perfectly chiin and healthy and its hair iis growing beautifully again I cannot give to much praise to DeWitts Witch Hazell SalveFrank Farmer Bluff City Ky In buying Witch Hazel Salve look out for countorMts De Witte is the original and tne only one containing pure Witch Hazel Tho everyboxDlirnell on Lawyer In discussing lawyers one day Disraeli wittily remarked Everybody knows the stages of a lawyers cAreer He tries in turn to get on to get hon ors to get honest tier rand SuitorWill you give me your dough ters hand sir Mr Candid Certainly I shall be very glad to get rid of it for Its always In rny pocket Women seldom deceive their husbands The men are egotistical enough to deceive themselves New Orleans TiroesDemocrat I The est Prescription fur Malaria D Chills and Fever in a butlie ot drove1 Tade Icfi Chill TonierIt Is simply Iron and Qui nine In a form No Cure No Pay Price We Two Good Rnl i Why is it asked Robinson that you always appear to be happy and contentedI replied Darker its because I never borrow trouble or lend moneyNew Yorker Sincerity Is speaking as wo think believing as we pretend acting as we profess performing as we promise and bflnr 1v wn ntOOl to ho The great rule of health regularAndAyers Pills SttiS i BUCKINGHAMS DYE I rim en or picooitt OE B r niu bOORhaatrrR a a r I 4 Chintz Royalty Practical SurveyorT1 also Notary PublicTlm thIwrite your Deeds and take tho or acknowledgement nt your homelot This saves you trouble nnd cost 0- tit a 1 Your Patronage Solicitedcopn Address me atII HI Hardinsburg Kyide h0 60 YEARSvaE PERIENCEwe but FTRADE MARKS WO DE81GNsSCOPYRIGHTS c Anyone tending a iketcn ana qeicnpuon may quickly ascertain our opinion free whether aniinvention II probably palflntftble immunlea lonsttlcttyconadentlaluANB 00 i on Patents t CPatentsI hlScientificA handsomelr lllnitrated weekly Largest cir JIlC ereartfourmontbalimUNN Co3B1Broatdwar New YorknBrancn Office So F at Washington D 0ild1f n 6 tt Correct Dress for MenrSc If wemakeyour unit this fall yo can depend onreCORRECTNESS OF STYLE I pI EXCELLENCE OF TAILOR j INO RELIABILITY OF 1 FABRICWJ H IiunscheWWith Casper May Co I f th Cannelton Ith+ J ofJJ L MOORMAj Ptih DENTISTwai omce over Ooltes Hardware Store I a tiC r Prompt attention to all kinds of Work Special attention to FINE GOLD FILLINGS All CROWN and BRIDGE WORRPrices Moderate Satisfaction 8uai k Ii 1fh Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 24 1904 t GETTING IN THE WALNUTS I IndtiMtrr Thnt Closes CaliforniaffAR Country School f The first English walnut orchard In California was planted with seen from tile Los Angeles mission gardens where withoptsThe undertaking was a success from the first and the acreage of walnuts walnutLage ta and the steady demand for Its product tend to wake the enterprise deservedly r pppular The walnut tree begins to bear when six or seven years old and nothing Is known definitely of its age limit of bearing Fabulous stories are told of j trees In Spain one or two centuries old ibearlngi enormous crops The oldest trees In California are still bearing but deductions from the short history already made show that the tree Is in Its prime from Its twentyfifth to Its thir tieth year Fifteen hundred pounds of nuts to the acre is a good average yield making seventyfive pounds the average weight from one tree The harvest time begins about the middle of September and lasts nearly six weeks The nuts begin to fall with the leaves and the perfect cultivation ender the trees leaves no chance for Vhcm to lose themselves among clods or weeds The brown dead leaves alone hide the nuts Under normal con t ditions they drop free from the outer C husk or hull through Its Irregular bursting and getting the nuts picked up is a simple matter Sometimes tho f hnrf of the nuts Boys and girls men and women Jap anese and Chinese are all pressed into service and on hands and knees the great orchards are gone over not once but several times on account of the Ir regular ripening of the nuts The trees nre occasionally shaken during the sea son to loosen the nuts and before the tact gleaning they are poled to start i the very tardy ones This Is done by long coarse bamboo poles whose light weight makes them easily handled 1 In certain rural districts the public chools close regularly for a walnut vocation Tho help of the children Is needed and the children are nothing loath to replenish their diminished purses Tails cans and gunnysacks are scattered nmong the pickers and when the bags are full they are carried to the drying grounds where they are spread out on slat trays to dryUe view of Reviews When You Have a Cold Tho first action when yon have a Y1 Cold hcmld be to relieve the lungs This is best accomplished by tho 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 Ids free expectoration and opens the se the cretions A complete cure soon fol Imolows This remedy will euro a severe cold In less time than any other osttreatment and it leaves the system in a natural and healthy condition It counteracts any tendency toward pneumonia For sale by Short Haynes 0 yDareSense My maternal greatgrandfather Pander Mccrschaut had a little Cossack horse captured from the Russian In vaders In 1814 The old gentleman was lame In one leg as the result of a E hunting accident but withal a good i horseman when once In the saddle When out on his trips In the country b on business and coming home at night he would frequently fall asleep In his commodious Cossack saddle The horse tits would make a bee line for home at an sy but swift pace Arriving there It t juld rap at the front door with ItsI mss I Ituntil the watchman would open tentsporch and take the old gentleman meCt of the saddle My grandmother lid me this happened almost every cek Horse and master understood It celrach other Not being able to walk tuba cry well he would hunt from horse r08rl8oknck tho horse following the setters oneat genelnanfe of the knees and voice and having hands free for his fowling piece ni rOnorse died of old age on the place U Sclost of our servants Pence to his y0slForest and Stream ref prf Better Than Gold yearslway writes F JGrllen of i waiter N H No remedy help Eelectrloywhich did me more good than Theypfor years She says Electric of CCtre just splendid fort female i hOtthat they are a grand tonlo t J downtfamily Try weal0 satisfaction guaranteed by teHaynesthtJ 11lar Clare they did not part In scorn lusI trow mean I youIf fAf Dinurne- rDidye attltul Caseys funeral r l1 l1i11 Mike Was ye wan nv th I i9dyfbat 0 GIRLS SECRETAunt Cassie came to visit us and she saw I was nervous had the fidgets all the time and she asked me many questions girlItsconstitution thats out of kilter You sit right down now and write a letter to Dr Pierce at Buffalo N Y tell him all your longbeforeover my case and telling me just what to do I date my present happiness and little Cupids return to the very day I sat down to write that letter to Dr Pierce for his advice was so good and his Favorite Pre chanieInarid good health not to say anything of good looks are restored to me I have summoned Tom back to my side and we are to be married in June The proprietors and masers of Doctor Pierces Favorite Prescription now feel fully warranted in offering to pay 500 for any case of Leucorrhea Female Weakness Prolapsus or Palling of the Womb which they cannot cure All they ask is a fair and reasonable trial of their means of cure It is natural that a woman who has been cured of womanly disease by Favorite Prescription should believe that it will cure others It is natural too that she should recommend to other women the medicine which has cured her It is such commendation which has made the Prescription thirtyeight Sounds The whistle of a locomotive is heard 3300 yards through the air the noise of n railway train 2800 yards the re port of a musket 1800 yards nn orches tra or the roll of n drum 1000 yards and the human voice reaches to a distance of 1000 yards Distinct speak ing Is heard In the nil from below ton distance of GOO yards from above It Is only understood to have a range of 100 yards downward Stops the Cough and Works off the Cold Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure a cold In ono day No cure No pay Price S5c A Clalle In JYapaleom Will Peter the Great IIs said to have made heirsiConstantinople and toward India but the authenticity of this document has been disputed and It ia shrewdly suspected to have been forged late In tho eighteenth century by August von Kotzebue Of the genuineness however of the last will and testament of Napoleon I there can be no man ner of doubt One of its clauses was as vindictive as the testamentary In junction of Queen Austrlgllda to her husband to have her two doctors killed and buried with her The exile of Longwood absolutely bequeathed 10000 francs to a fellow called Cantlllon who had been tried In Paris for an attempt to murder tho Duke of Wellington The man was still surviving In Brussels when Na poleon III came to the throne and Cantlllon was duly paid his legacy lave You Indigestion- If yen have indigestion Kodol Dy spepsia Cure will cure you It lias cured thousands It is curing people every dayevery hour You owe it to yourself to give it B trial You will continue to suffer until you do try 1L There is no other combination if digestants that digest and rebuild at the same time Kodol does both Kodol cures strengthens and rebuilds Sold by All Drnggltss The Trouble I wonder why Mr Oldbow goes tt see Miss Frocks after she has rejected him so emphatically remarked Ho JnckJust to pass away tho time tug gelled Tomdlk But the reason he wan refused wan that he had already pasted away too much time Detroit Free Preo nnther Deeply Does young Squiggles go much Into societyNot now But ho did when he first came here Ho got into It about 2700 thanks to his pleasing manners and his power of touch Chicago Tribune Paying For It Before I was married said the confirmed pessimist I spent my mon ey on candy and as the result I now have to spend It on my wifes dentist bills Portland Oregonian Felt 1119 Importance A boy having left school started to work In a factory At the end of his first days work ha returned home evidently feeling quite a man Taking off his hat and coat he threw them on the floor with a meaning look at his sister Look here Jim said she hang your clothes In their proper place Yang them up yourself he replied Who do you thinks keepln ye London Standard GentleLover WifeYou do not speak to me as affectionately as you used to George I think you have ceased to love me Hus bandThere you are againI Ceased to lotto you Why I love you better than my life Now shut up and let ing read my paper n All Eyes on St Louis The eyes of all time world will be turned toward St Louis during the rear 10C1 Everybody will want to get from first hands the news of the greatest Worlds Fair wuich the world has ever seen Our readers are advised therefore to subscribe for the greatest St Louis newspaper a newsuaper which acknowledges no equal or rival in all tin West and which stands in the front rank among the great newspapers of the worldI Subscribe for the St Louis Globe Democrat and get nil 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- lneefstenk Variations A traveler on the continent of Europe received the following bill of fare at am hotel in Versailles Soup with very tur tleII e rend turtle lobsters salad with sharp sauce according to the bigness stilvant la grosscur shies filets of sole ones muttons chops with spar agus tops pickled pork with younk calmge Ushl1shdahs of different dl mensions lamb epigrams with vegeta t bles muscles fricasseed rumsteak with tho tiimlcd potatoes sautees Stras burgs pie of livers surllne liquors and of Islands et des lies golly with ct punch The traveler gives the follow lag variations of the word beefsteak which he has noted on his travels In Belgium UlfsUk blfstlk blfstluk blft tck blftock befstlck beefstick beefII stock blfstoeok boofstnke bcofstiiuk bufHteks bler teals blfstcnck houlII Btaecks beeftoncks blfstcecks and oven blfsteeckx Mysterious Circumstance Ono was pale and sallow and the t other fresh and rosy Whence the I dillerance She who is blushing with 1 health uses Dr Kingss New Life Pills to maintain it By gently I arousing the lazy organs they compel good digestion and head off constipa tion Try them Only 25c at Short Haynes Drug Store Plnm PnddlnK aa PoadtIn popular belief plum pudding though difficult of digestion contains I It large proportion of nutriment The i London Lancet publishes the analysis made Of two puddings of which one was found to have a nutrient value of GS per cent and the other of 50 It appears that although most agreeable as an article of food plum pad ding Is not quite so concentrated n form of diet as has been supposed and conjectures that It yields as much sus tenance as beefsteak are certainly not supported by Its chemical composi tion The amount of nitrogenous mat ter Is only moderate and It must be rev membered that In calculating the nu trient ratio and value all the nitrogen has been assumed to be albuminoid Probably the true albuminoids and consequently the food value are slightly lower than would appear from the results also the percentage of water Is rather large and the quantities of the remaining components are propor tionately lessenedaA Important Announcement When the late Lord Lyons was Brit ish ambassador at Paris he received a gift of two emus Embassies nre not exactly the place to keep such birds and he gave them to the Duke of Norfolk who then had a large aviary at Arundel castle The duke In his turn named the pair Lord and Lady Lyons Like all amateur bird fanciers ho was eager to raise n brood of little emus but the birds showed no disposition to propagate their species The duke finally grew weary of watching them and left It to the keepers to bring him Immediate word of any signs of a family A month or two later when the household was at lunch with ser eral guests ont of the keepers Instated upon access to the duke Red breath less and stammering he burst into theii dining room with Tour grace your grace Lord and Lady Lyons are laid a heggl Brltlih Loral Nleknani The residents of the English counties have nicknames the meaning and origin of which are not always obvious Why the Inhabitants of Liverpool should be called Dicky Sams Is not very clear But nearly all the counties have their distinctive nicknames The Glaswegians are Keelles the Lan cashire men are Tim Bobbins while the Lincolnshire folk have long been called Yellow Bellies after the frogs which once abounded there Yorkshire men again are everywhere Tykes a nickname the etymology of which is not easy to trace The Inhabitants of Suffolk arc designated DumplingsI those of Kent Hogs and the Isle of Wight people Calves The Fretful Porcupine- In the woOls of Kcewaydln there onco roamed a very discontented por cupine lIe was forever fretting He complained that everything was wrong till It was perfectly scandalous and the Great Spirit getting tired of his grumbling said You and the world I have mndeI dont seem to lit One or the other must be wrong It is easier to change you You dont like the trees you are unhappy on the ground and think everything Is upside down so Ill turn youI Inside out and put you In the water This was the origin of the shad Ernest Thompson Seton In Century Laxative Bromo uinine Cures a Cold in Ono Day Grip In 2 Days 9mt QA everyI C OL 25c JUDICIAL SALE IuI the Circuit Court of the United StAtes for the Western District cf Kentucky Oweusboro Division Columbia Finance S Trust Company Complainant vs Central Clay Product Company Defendant By virtue of n decree of foreclosure amid sale made and entered by the Cir cult Court uf the United States for the Western District of Kentucky Owens bore division held therein on the Oth day of January 1004 in the above en appointedcree will sell at public auction to the highest bidder in bar and free of all right and equity of redemption in said defondant Central Clay Product Com pan1upon the laud and premises here inafter described on Wednesday the 23d day of larch 1104 at 18 oclock tollottbigdescribedAll and singular the lands renl estate buildings lUHeliinery and otlur things completehrlck partcularl That certain tract or parcel of land situated near and adjoining the limits of the City of Clorerport Hreckenridge containinghirtyonebounded as follows Beginning at n stake on Murrays line the original corner thence with the original line south fourteen and one seventyfiveipike road thence with the pike road ton stake the division between this lot and the lot hud off for Bacon and wife thence north fourteen and onehalf 114 degrees west one hundred mid three 103 poles to the original line be tween Fishers and Murrays tracts of land thence south sixtynine and one half 6t1i degrees west niftynine 59 poles to the beginning being the same tract of land mentioned in the deed from Hlizttbeth Wi kerson and others to George C Patton Trustee niul the same mentioned in the deed of W Cox Commissioner to lilizabeth Wilkerson dated October 1st 1863 and of record in the office of the County Clerk of Dreck enridce county in Deed hook V page 603 and the same tract of land men in the deed from the Patton Pitrified Brick Company and George C Patton Trustee to George C Patton individually and the same tract of land mentioned in the deed from George C Patton to the Central Clay Product Company party of the first part all of said deeds being of record in the office of the Clerk of the County Court of Breckenridge county Kentucky Also all lauds real estate buildings brick kilns and machinery and all buildings structures erections fixtures improvements and additions and all rights franchises rights of way ease ments privileges interests and immu nities belonging or appertaining to the business of said defendant and all its plant machineries boilers engines wagons carts live stock tools implements materials supplies patent rights and its other property of every kind and nature all of which was owned by the said defendant at the time of the execution of the mortgage by it to the complainant or thereafter owned or ac quired by it together withall and singular the tenements hereditaments hall appurtenances thereunto belonging nd the rents issues and profits thereof and all the estate right title Interest property possession claim and demand whatsoever as well at law as in equity of the said defendant in and to the same and every port and parcel thereof The foregoing property does not in cludge seventyeight cars together with the rails guardrails and extras for angle guard rails which were procured from the Atlas Car Manufacturing Company TIe sale of all the foregoing property shall be in one lot or parcel and as a whole and no bid for the same ofn sum less than nine thousand dollars will bereceivedAt same time and place I will also sell at public auction to the high est bidder seventyeight cars together with the rails guardrails and extras for angle guardrails procured from the Atlas Car Manufacturing Company for which no bid of a sum less than five hundred dollars will he received Each bidder shall be required to place in nay hands at the time of the accept ance of his bid and and as part of said bidand as a that he will makefledge good his bid i by the Court a sum equal to twentyfive per cent of the bid so made by him said sum to be de posited either in cash or certified check or certificate of deposit payable to or endorsed to my order For the balance be ng seventyfive per cent of his bid each purchaser shall execute n prom issory note bearing interest from the dayof sale with two good and solvent sureties thereon to be approved by me and as further security for the payment of the note a lien on the property sold will be expressly retained but each purchaser shall have the privilege be fore thematurity ot said note of paying the same with interest thereon from th day of sale Each purchaser shall also have the option of making the deposit of twenty five per cent and the deferred payment of seventyfive per cent by surrendering to me at tbe time his bid is ac cepted bonds and overdue coupons se cured by first mortgage executed by the defendant to the complainant said bonds to be received at such value a the holder may be entitled to receiv- thereon in case the entire purchase pric were paid in chash except that such bonds and coupons shall not be accepted in payment of the costs of the action the coat of advertising and making sale the allowances to the trustee an his counsel the allowances to the receiver and his counsel and the allowance totue Special Master all of which shall be paid in cash when and as th Court may hereafter order For further particulars and for a more specific description of the personality to be sold reference is hereby made to the decree and the papers on file in the above causeRICHARD N HUDSON Special Master If you want or hnye anything yonI dont want use the Bntterick patternsI J D Babbago agent ciill aQ8Ce 9SCcceoecceeoOs TIIFruwllI popularity theta rat Snuthwrst nnd till continual I Increase IIIIsritinn rspfilully on the llrst and third Tursdiiyn r each month A datestneuuragosthe 2S TOURIST SLEEPING CARS I iIiSlcopor followliiK Monday ryllljthlJllullSOUTH liUKTII IMTD NORTH SE p in Lv 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NNN 0 NON NNNN Ills Little nut When Brander Matthews went to his club one evening according to tho Bookman he went to the letter box and looked through the compartment marked M and found therein 1 very peremptory dun from n tailor Mr Mntthewa was puzzled as he hind had no dealings with the Insistent tailor until he again looked nt the envelope nnd found that he hnd unwittingly opened a letter belonging to another member of the club BO he put the bill back In the envelope nnd returned It to the compartment As Mr Matthews was turning to go he noticed the mem ber for whom the bill was Intended coming toward the letter box A minute later he came into the reading room where Mr Matthniri was sitting with several othors Taking frem Its envelope time bill he read It attentively for a few minutes sighed tore it Into bits then with a wink and the leer of nn Invincible conqueror commented Poor allly little girl The Fable Im Rviitla This fable dealing with the fall of Witte the Russian finance minister Is related In a brochure entitled A Glance at the Secrets of Russian Policy pub lisped at Vienna The czar dreamed the following singular dream lIe saw three cows one fat one lean and one blind The next tiny ho sent for the himeto explain the dream but time metropol itan declined The czar then sent for Father John of Kronstadt and made the same request of him Father John stroked his long curly hair with his hand and made reply In the following words Your majesty I understand your dream In this way The fat cow leeoneeDont be afraid Go on said the czar Tho blind cow Is your majesty ColondBright by maples sumacs and ampelopsls during the nu tumn months aro the result of the oxi coloregenerators of the leaf cells Long pro tracted cool weather Is most favorable tp tho production of autumn tints nnd slight frosts that are not severe enough to kill the cells hasten the display of beauty by producing an enzyme thnt brings forth the bright purples oranges and reds Leaves containing much tannic acid never give bright autumn tints while those containing sugar glvo the very prettiest S Bnttorick patternsJ D Cabbage agent The Danr ers of Fox hunting Crowds go hunting but few rldo to hounds so statistics ore absolutely useless Of the thrustcrs the ones who come to grief least are the sportsmen who keep their eye on the leading hound and try to land on his tall every time The golden rule Is Throw your heart over first and then you and your horse nnd the leading dog nnd the fox are certain to be in the same field It Is level money which of you gets killed first London Mall Hot Guilty To what do you attribute your lon gevity asked the reporter My which queried the oldest In habitantYour longevity repeated tho re porter Never had It As far as 1 can re member I aint never had such a complaint A Grand Snccen Mrs Do Style Ive got ahead of Mrs De Fashion for the first time Hus bandHow Mrs De Style At MrsyDo Fashions last party two of time guests fainted but at my grand recep tion last night the crush was so great that six of the ladles had to be carried out and one had to have a doctor The Blnliln Mrs Ascum Im surprised to find you looking for another servant I thought you engaged one yesterday Mrs Hiram Offen Oh shes a ladys mold She merely waits on me Im looking for another one to wait on her Catholic Standard Ingenious and Effective Three new families have moved Into the neighborhood sho said and I want to find out who they are but It would be beneath my dignity to go chasing about the neighborhood Ill Just Invite Mrs Gossip to dinner Chicago Post When Woman Is Growing Old When a woman gets so she doesnt care about the size of her feet and turns her attention entirely to her soul you can set It down thnt old age Is creeping on Pcndlcton Ore Guido CE3 IS TORZl1Beare theTho Kind You Nato Always Bought Signature 11of y l v ot Lr ka i yr r T N 1r I 1t fThe Breckenridge News I e WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 24 100J CHENAULT o tDickSmith was in town Saturday a Abe Bennett has a very sick child 1I Fladgo Jarboe is up from Cannelton L John Tobin was in town a few days agoRev Huskins held services here Sun dayS Goebel was over from Derby Saturday I John Frymire shipped a nice lot of hogs last week Mr and Mrs T D Brodie may move to Centerville Mo soon Several from here attended the mask ball at Derby Tuesday Mesdames H S Cunningham and Chester Frymire attended the ball at DerbyMiss Bessie Roberts will soon leave for Hopkinsville where she has a po sitinnMiss Annie Manning will soon leave for Brandenburg where she will attend school Miss Bessie Cunningham left last week for Chicago where she will visit friends and relatives Mr and Mrs J C Brodie went to DerbY last week to visit ner parents Mr and Mrs Charlie Mogan E B Graenwfcll of Mooleyville spent several days of last week visit ing friends and relatives of this place Abe Bonnet will soon have on hand a full line of new spring goods Call and see Prices to suit everybody JacK John Frymire was recently called to Louisville to see his son George who is very ill in St Josephs Infirmary H Stallman and sons delivered a nice lot of stock to Stephensport Sat urday and sold to Dick Owen the stock buyer of Owensboro Mr and Mrs J T Jarooe their son Forrestand Miss Hinorah Roberts attended the ball at Rhodelia Friday evening given by Miss Ifaude Thomp son Many persons who feel tired ner vous and all worn outnot exactly sicK yet far from wellseek the aid of a physician when what they really need is simple tonicsomething to trace them up People thus ailing should try Walthers Peptonized Port Sold at drug stores It comnines the richest old port wine with the very best of pepsin It creates natural appetite tones up the stomach cures dyspepsia and indication Many physicians prescribe Walthers Peptonized Port when their patients need a dependable tonic Small size CO cents large size 100 UNION STAR Miss Melissa Cashmau is sick Ed Robertson is a visitor in town Jesse Gardner tins a bad attack of phthlsloIThe infant child of Jake Bron is quite ill D S Richardson has returned from LouisvilleL Hall was in Stepheusportt Thursday Toe ClarK of Paynesville was in town Tuesday Claude Brnshoar and Roy Leaf at tended lne KroushJolly wedding Miss Muttie Milner is the guest of Mrs T J Minnry of Louisville C M Mciilothlan went to Louis ville Monday for his spring stock of goodsGo I C M McUlnthlansto store for I a look at the sample book of wall paper I C D Brashear agent- P M Beard and family spent Saturday I and Sunday with their parents D S Richardson and wife Camilous Bandy of Lodiburg was the guest of C M McGlothlan and I family Saturday and Su- ndayApers Give nature three helps and all nearly every case of con sumption will recover Fresh air most important of all Cherry PectoralNourishing Then a medicine to control the cough and heal the lungs j Ask any good doctor I ant ued Ayers Cherry Pectoral M year ago I have seen terrible cases of lime Uli Ij eases cured liy It I urn never without ItJJ ALDBtrr O HAMILTON Marietta 2V7SOCPIOO J 0 AYER CO All dr1l1t1llstlfor Ixi vtOI tl- esConsumption Health demands dally action pinsfbowels Aid nature with Ayors T t Misses Mattie Milner Sue A Bra shear and Minnie Hoyle were entertained by Mrs L T Roberts last week Norvan G Barbee has moved his family onto John D Gardiner farm He was formerly ot Hancock countyNow is a good time to subscribe for the News as it entitles you to iai guess in the Worlds Fair Entranc tickets and is the best county paper On account of the bad weather Rev J 0 Hoskinson failed to preach for us Sunday He is one of the best met that has ever been sent to the Stephensport work IRVINGTON Dr Moreman was in Hardinsburg last week on business C V Robertson of Hardinsburg was in town Saturday Mr Ganane spent last week wits his family in Whitesville Mrs L B Moreman was it Louisville shopping Friday Oina Parks of Lodibnrg is the guest of his cousin Grace Payne Miss Mary Cornwall entertained a few of the young people Tuesday John P Haswell Jr of Hardins burg was here Friday ana Saturday John Taylor and Ics Haynes of Brandenburg were in town Sunday Mr Pluneus of Cynthiana was the guest of Miss Ermine Mnnford last week H H Kemper and J R Wimp Jr were in Louisville several days last week Miss Hallie Mercer of Louisville is the guest of her aunt Mrs J F Claycomb George Peyton of Little Rock Ark was in town Saturday en route to his homo ut Falls of Rough Mrs R S McClintick of New Albany is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Cornwall Miss Ana Drury of Louisville win with her sister Mrs R B Mo Glothlan Saturday and Sunday Mrs Bruner after spending several weeKs with relatives and friends re turned to her home in St Louis Wed nesdayGrandmother Hines had a very ser ious fall Thursday resulting in a broken arm She is doing very nicely at present Will Shelman of Cherry Bros College at Bowling Green IR at home recuperating after a severe case of the measles RAYMOND Mrs frven Squires is no better Clint Squires returnees from Har dinsbnrg Saturday The party at MM Mollie Aters Saturday night was a success Alex Hendry is slowly improving after an attack of Ingrippe The dance at John Mattinglvs Wednesday night was quite a success Mr and Mr Victor Orendof visited their parents Saturday night and Sun dayMiss Mary Cashman who is attend ing school at Union Star visited her parents Sunduy Messrs Dick and Will Avitt June Bashuui Bonny Robertson Wash Cashmau Henry Hampton and Misses Ida Noble Cordelia and Nary Cashtnan Lena Avitt were visitors at G W Cashmnus Sunday Liquid Cream Balm is becoming quite as pcpular in many localities as Elys Cream Balm solid It is pre pared for use in atomizers and is highly prized by those who have been accustomed to call upon physicians for such a treatment Many physicians are using and prescribing it All the medicinal properties of the celebrated Cream Balm are continued in the Liquid form which is Touts includ ing a spraying tube All druggists or by mail Lily Brothers CO Warren St New York FRYM IRE Mr Dodson was in Hardineburg uesdayJ Barger will move to Califor na in the near future Harvo English Jr was in tnis Community last week buying hogs Mrs a F Gilliland Is in Chenault Isiting her daughter Mrs T D Brady James Henry who has bought the ld Gilfin farm will move his family here soon The new telephone line from Rho elia to Brandenburg will soon be in operation Mrs W M Frymire and Hallie frown of Erfron visited relatives at his place last week Mr and Mrs 0 0 Graham entertained in honor of Mr and Mrs S W nssett to a 0 oclock dinner Sunday BATTLETOWN Mr William Brown is seriously ill G B Thompson who has been ill T weeks is ableJo be out again M DR FENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackache orxldneysCUREdladder y Dont become discouraged There IB a cure for you If necessary writs Dr loaner Ho has spent a lito Umo curing Just such cases us yours All consultations Free- I suffered from kidney and bladdor trouble I until life was not worth living I began using Dr Fennera Kidney and Backacko Cure and in a short time I noticed a great improvement Tho OrLvtuftl ay back and I was soonI permanently cured Yours truly HOWARD MITCHELL Kansas City Mo Druggists We II Ask for Cook IJookFnEB For Sale By Short Haynes Mr and Mrs E L Bennett will move to the Jno Bruner place in a few days Mr and Mrs M C Thompson of Indiana have been visiting friendsI and relatives here for several days Our merchant M I Bennett was in Louisville several days this week purchasing dry goods and groceries Eaward Brown of RichardsonsI Landing has sold his farm and pur chased another one near Brandenburg Green B Thompson purchased aI farm from William Gunterman Mon day Mr Gunterman will leave in a few days for Hardin county William Kendall of Caruthersville Mo who has been visiting friends and relatives here for the past two weeks has returned to his home ac companied by Miss Ida Chism whc will visit her friends and relatives there Needle Removed From Breast Dr A A Simons removed a long needle from the oreast of a child of Fred Miller colored on last Friday The instrument had gotten in the childs clothing and worked its way into the flesn finally lodging near the rIDS and under the outer skin It had to be extracted by cutting into the flesh Read This Louisville Ky June 13 1001 Dr E W Hall St Louis MoDear SirI have suffered three years from kidney and bladder troubles and one half bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Discovery has cured me and I can cheerfully recommed it Yours respectfullyJ 1810 Maple st A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of the Texas Wonder 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 bladder in both men ana women regulates bladder troubles in cnildren If not sold by your druggist it will be sent by mail on receipt of 1 One small bottles two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer P O Box 330 St Luis Mo Send for testimonials Sld by all druggists Office J031 Olive street d11111111111ill1tl 1H 1J iiZ CONTRIBUTES MORE i 1INTERESTING ITEMS + f + t +fi + ttfiff Hardinsbnrg Ky Feb 20 1004 A new telephone line is being built from Marsh Mercers place on the Eveleigh Mill line to connect with the Hardin Spring and Constantine IInA at H 0 Garners This furnishes telephone communication with a large district heretofore having no service The principal promoters of this line are Jess Frays Squire Geo H Royal wholetcommunity joined in putting it up J F Arme of Hudson is the blackRmltn1Ing mines near Big Clifty Grayson coon tyShellman Tuttle an UDtodnte farmer is the owner of one of the nicest farms in that section He is making a quantity of cross ties which he delivers on the bank of Rough creek near Eveleigh- C C Weymouth is very enthusias tic in regard to the Vine Grove chap ter of R A Ms He says that the brethren are planning a big time when they have their first meeting Ue says that the Hardinsbnrg people will be invited and expected to be present in forceA talo mine is being opened on the land of Harrison Tucker but has not been sunk sufficiently deep to prove whether it is lin paying quantities When spring opAns the work will be pushed to a finish If found In suffic- Ient quantities to mine it will be very profitableBut of the tobacco around Hudson has been sold and is mostly of the one sucker variety W R Johnson in handling the weed in a small way not having sufficient house room to take care of the whole crop of the section Some one ought to build a good warehouse here and furnish these people with a home market Lee Ht Hudson Is doing a nice business in the line of general mer chandise in the house formerly oc cupied by J T Drane In order that Mr Payne of Lodi burg may not puzzle himself further about the scout Cnrley wearing a blanket on the 25th day of June we asked our informent Mr R A Smith and he says that the Indians ware blankets at all seasons of the year they generally wearing no other clothing Curley snatched the blanK et from a fallen Sioux and covered himself in it to escape through the en emys lines Mr Sam Hardesty residing near Rhodelia who lost his house by fire sometime ago is rebuilding and will be bacK on his farm again Mr Hardesty had no insurance on his home and it was a heavy loss on him He thinks now that everybody ought to insure their property He has a good crop of burely tobacco grown last year and is expecting a good price for it Mac Roberts of near Union Star will move shortly to a farm near Sam ple where ne expects to reside in the future Beautiful Stationery For BusinessG- ood stationery is power in 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 be cause that which goes to make beautiful stationery is employed in our printshop Evory detail its making is attended to with the greatest care the paperinkpress work andall are just what they should be Favor us with an order so we can provo the above or write for samples BALD HEADS COVERED With LuxuriantNairand Crusted Scalps Cleansed and Purified b- yCUTICURA SOAP Assisted by Light Dressings of Cuticura the Great Skin Cure This treatment at once stops filling hair removes crusts scales and dan draff destroys hair parasites soothes Irritated itching surfaces stimulates the hair follicles loosens the scalp skin supplies the roots with energy and nour ishment and makes the hair grow upon a sweet wholesome healthy scalp when all else falls- Millions now rely on Cnticnra Soap assisted by Cuticura Ointment the great skin cure for preserving purify ing and beautifying the skin for cleansing the scalp of crusts scales and dandruff and the stopping of falling hair for softening whitening and soothing red rough and sore hands for baby rashes itchIng and chtflngs for annoying irritations or too free or offensive perspiration for ulcerative weaknesses and many sanative antiseptic purposes which readily suggest themselves as well as for all the purposes of the toilet and nursery Complete treatment for every humour consisting of Cutlcura Soap to cleanse the skin Cuticur Ointment to heal the skin and Cnticnra Resolvent Pills to cool and cleanse the blood may now be had for one dollar A single set is often sufficient to cure the most tortur ing disfiguring itching burning and scaly humours eczemas rashes and Irritations from Infancy to age when all else falls Sold thnothoat lbrotid Cvtinrm Btttlmt res m form oJcSoioUt CotUd HUt Me Mrvtal t b- Watamti aoe Bep i3e Vopotll Lea4Charto LuhrParis IRa cI11 h1z1sHtoaIuGlaluAto ritwr Drat a Ch m Corp Sab lYtrritton jBind for Ilow to Care JStoy UUMU atN now to UT BMttttfal Ililr Mr B A Parks of Springfield 111 is at present in Irvington visit ing his old friends and relatives and talking life insurance Mr Jno L Henry is now a full fledged citizen of Irvington and heI lives after the fashion that he did on the farm His table is loaded with the best that the land affords He still boasts of having some of the finest Jersey cows in the county Mr Jesse Herndon bought the farm of Mr Hen ry where he formerly lived at theI handsome price of 10000 and Mr Henry purchased property in Irving ton where he expects to reside in theI future Polk WeatherllOIt Miss Lida Polk of Tobmsport Ind was mauled last Wednesday evening at 7aO oclock to Walter Weatherholt by Rev J T Winchell at the home of the brides father Riley Polk Mr Weatnerholt iu a son of Mr and Mrs Tom Weatherholt also of Tobinsport For sometime Miss Polk has been theI efficient correspondent of the News at Tobinsport Kentucky Exhibit Notes Kentucky Day Thursday June 3 at the St Louis Exposition will be the first tata day of thebig Fair About 800 will be spent on the Worlds Fair exhibit from the Keno tucKy Institute for the Blind at Lonisvlllo Kentucky was the first State outside the Louisiana Purchase Territory group to dedicate its buildings at the Worlds Fair Over two hundred State College oa dets will be encamped at the St k Louis Worlds Fair from May 20 taJ June 5 They will help make Ken tacky Day Thursday June 2 men rable f Plans are on foot to hold te 1804 encampment of the Kentucky State Guard at the St Louis Worlds Fair the latter part of May and the fire part of June so all the soldiers will fbe on hand for Kentucky Day cere= monies Ihnrsday June 2 MJ Scores of Kentuckians of both sexes have entered the broad and alluring field of literature and not a few have i met deserved success The Kentucky Worlds Fair Commission wants to make a complete collection for the v library of the Kentucky building at the St Louis Exposition ot hooks A written by Kentuckians since the datese of Statehoods beginning Authors owners of Kentuckywritten books are r invited to send them without delay to R E Hughes Secretary Kentucky Worlds Fair Commission Louisville at the earliest possible moment The commission hopes to maite the collec tion very complete Books furnished will be returned to the owners at the close of the exposition BEWLEYVILLE Fruit is all right and wo are ex pecting large results Farmers are busy getting things in good shape for spring work Miss Fannie Hardaway left for Louisville last Tuesday to spend a wee 1t visiting relatives Mrs ChuB Drnry has bought an inr cubator and brooder ana has gone Into f I the chicken business largely i The Rhode Island Reds are certainly ithe chickens for 24 cents eggs Get i you some eggs and get the best I The elements have done their beat to breaK up the drouth since last Thurs day Sleet and snow and rain have all befallen us See Miss Greenwoods and R J J Cains ads in Home Journal and oonS elude to give them an order You will be satisfied I am sure You will find ads also in the News of lastweek j i fin9hatohlngIt doesnt do to count your mone even after you chickens are hatched but notwithstanding we intend t i make poultry raising a success in thi necK of the woods Golden Rod KroushJollyAA Onion Star Ky Feb 23Spe- cialMr Asa Kroush and Miss vj Mamie Jolly were married at the 1 homo of G R Ojx last Wednesday fj night by Rev J 0 Hoskinson fryl j r 1 wvv mca i t 3 J ti i of JSocietyJ greatest care in our printshop The typo faces we have for this class of work were selected with the utmost care as to beauty andtkstylo for instance we have a series of typo for calling cards that when printed like we print is so much liko engraved work that it can hardly be detected from the real It is the same with weddo 4 1 ing invitations and the like 1 Our prices for this class oftwork are moderate considering jthe highgradcl work you got Wo print as few as 50 andcharge JiJ you only 50 cents 11 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS 13 Cloverport Kentucky d1 MMiMMIMMIM 04 0 P