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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 3 u 0 f Jr0 I I t t ff iI f r f M jr- rL v r trl4IYti THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSe ili i ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT 1 7 e JIVOL1 XXVIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 2 1904 8 Pages NO 33 11 e + Ni FARMERS MEET AND ORGANIZE H F 1 About one hundre d representative 4 t farmers o f the county met in the e4 courthouse in Hardinsburg Monday r 1 in pursuance to a call in tne resolu it tions adopted at the farmers meeting Ilv In Hardlnsbnrg on February Thirty j lschool districts were represented by ajdelegates appointed at school district I k meetings on last Saturday g t The meeting was enthusiastic an- depromisesmucb benefit for tho farmers y If all their plans are carried out o The mooting was called to order bye i Granville Wilson Jas Rhodes Kent Rhodes Mat Shrewsbury were ap s pointed a Committee on Credentials e Mr Shrewsbury moved that the 4I t organization be made permanent for e twelve months or longerIo Granville Wilson Mat Shrewsoury y t and Jas Miller were nominated for ipresident and Mr Wilson was elected eJas L Rhodes Wm Skillman i Jas W Miller and Mat Shrewsbury I were nominated for secretaryjond Mr electedSik Upon motion of Mr Bates the r chair appointed the following com mitte on Organization ana Outline of Work John Bates Mat Shrewsbury Will Skillman Thos Flood and Ken Rhodes The first Saturday in April at 10 a oclock was set for the next meeting at Hardlnsbnrg and March 20 f- orrtheschool district meetings to elect i delegates to the county convention The following resolutions were drawn up by the committee on organs ization and adopted 1 That this organization shall meet monthly in each district HS often as once a month t 2 We dont believe we can control the price of the present tobacco crop whoihave not sold hold for better price 3 We ask that there be a person 1 appointed in each sohnol district to report the average and condition of crop 4 We the committee oelieve that that the proper time to set prices Is before any of the crop is sold and we mean to work toward that end i 5 We think that there should te formed a national union We recom mend the American Society of Equity 6 We ask that the chair appoint a I resolutionsImeetingIn to the request In the sixth resolution the chair appointed the fol t lowing committee Dennie Sherran Mat Shrewsbury Kendrick Rhodes Everett Lewis and John Bates During the forming of the resolu tions the question of fixing the price came np and Mr A dsissun moved that the report bo amended by flx ingthe price After conlderable dis cussion the motion lost After a speech to the farmers by President Wilson the meeting adjourn ed Mr Wilson wade a good talk and gave the farmers much good ad vice which if carried out would re suit in benefit to them and all J other working classes i Tragedy Averted JustIn the nick of time our little I boy was saved writes Mrs W WatI kins of Pleasant City Ohio Pneumonia had played sad havoc with hint j and a terrible cough set In besides Doctor treated him but he grew wprse i At length we tried Dr 0 7KingsNew Discovery for Consump tion and our darling was saved Hes now sound and well II Everybody ought to know its the only sure cure i i r dlsr Druggists Price COo and fl Trial bottles free t tThisSections Exhibits j 4QaAmong other Kentucky exhibits at r i the St Louis Worlds Fair will be the following Tram this section of the pt Statet f Joe Cooper Cloverport ash and ti + lynn logs f RoughfpOIJlarJ1 Hawesville Hub and Manufacturing itCompany Hawesville Hancock coun q l pyramid of hubs KRobert Dinwlddie Millwood Gray son county split stavea and heading tight barrel cooperage- D S Bond Vine Grove Hardin county railroad ties Nancy M Brown Dead x Onion Star Ky Mar 1Seee- taNancy Medora the daughter of Mr and Mrs Jake Brown died Tuesday night and was burled Wed nesday afternoon in the Union Star + cemetery ifqi I i WANTS TO BE- REINSTATED A H Murray filed a petition in the Circuit Court at Hardinsbnrg yesterday against Louis LaMont for the possession of the Murray Roofing Tile Companys plant in this city The plaintiff asks an injunction against LaMent and that he be enjoined from further control of the property Mr Murray is one of the original incorporators and was the general manager of the plant until some time last fall when he was succeeded by Mr LaMont The plant has not been operated owing to some differences among tho stockholders Last year w considerable Rum ot money was spent on the property and it was about in a condition to be operated when some differences arose Mr Murray claims that he has been wrongfully re moved as the general manager and is seeking to be reiostated so that he can put the plant in operation The other stockholders live in West Vir giniaMurray 8 Murray of Hardinsbnrg and V G Babbage of this city are the attorneys for the plaintiff To Cure A Cold In One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists orotund the money It It falls to cure E W Orves1 signature Is on each box SicHI MESSRS SMITH AND- McCREARY ON BUSINESS Representative David H Smith of the Fourth Kentucky Congressional district takes a position with respect to the Administration at Washington that shows the possession of a very distinct and intelligent idea of his duty to his country over and above the game of politics He is for in stance ardent and strong for the Panama treaty and canaLlilt is not a question he sayslIof whether the President was too hasty in his recog nition of the new Republic of Panama I may subscribe to sober criticism of that act but now we have to deal with conditions That is permissI- ble The President had a condition to deal with too The Panama matter might have come tohim under better circumstances but as It came it had to be dealt withand arguments about the conditions he met are futile Mr Smith is also for a navy strong enough for protection and opposes the Democratic political obstructionists in their plan of disregarding obliga tions to complete the ships under con tract In these respects he occupies a position corresponding to that of Senator McCreary who also voted to ratify the treaty with Panama instead of holding np the interests of the country as Senator Blackburn did merely to advance political maneu versIn so voting and speaking Senator McCreary and Mr Smith set an example to the rest of the Kentucky delegation that might well be imitated The acts of public men that most rec ommend them to their constituencies are constructive and not obstructive The records of Kentucky Congressmen are full of names of thosewho merely opposed any measures on the other side Such representatives always find quick oblivion Mr Smith would make a better Senator than Mr Blackburn Sot days Louisville Herald Seek Positions in West Warfield Alvin and Ben Miller Porter and John Atwood Curtis Pate and Geo Jordan all young men who reside near this city and in Bracken ridge county took the 1045 westbound tram here last Wednesday night for Alexis Ill where they go to seek positions Find Skeleton in Cave William Clark and Wade DeJar nette who live near Patesville ex plored nnold cave on the formers farm several days ago and found a human skeleton some Indian tomahawks and other relics It is supposed from the relics buried with it that tne skeleton was that of an Indian Operation on Larger Scale Webster Ky Mar 1Speoial Work at the rock crusher of Harris Smart preparatory for regnltir work was resumed last Monday This business will bo operated on a larger scale than heretofore Will be An Undertaker Union Star Ky Mar L Special Lee Rhodes of Rhodelia was hero Tuesday and purchased a hearse He will soon start into the undertaking Duslnesa I 11 c A a WELLKNOWN FARMER DIES Hardinsburg Ky Mar 1Spe- clalMr Joseph A DeJarnette one of the most prominout farmers of the county died at his home near Jolly Station Saturday morning The funeral services were conducted Sun day at Corinth the Baptist church of which he had been nn native mem ber for nearly thirty years The Rev W H Fitzgerald of Louisville pastor of the Hardinsburg Baptist church officiated at the funeral A wife and eight children are left to mourn tho loss of husband and father He was a brother of Chas R DeJarnette Stewart who n a i former ly sheriff of the county W S and M C and Mrs Judith A Ball The immediate cause of his d3ath was pneumonia He served on the petit jury during the list term of court He returned home on Friday and WitS seized with the illness which caused his death He was of one of the best families of the county and was widely known aN a good man and H good citizen Gen Murray on The Relief of Being Out of Politics No greater relief could ever come to any man than to be removed from the burdensome hurlyburly of politics alter he has been busy in this most exhausting field for many years said former Aajutant General David R Murray oi Hardlnsbnrg I am now ono of the plain people of the State I am practicing law and lead ing a peaceful life I once naked a tramp artist what picture he would dra I e had the time and talent to praJ a master piece A house in which the front room was made of cherry wood he said The carpet would be of a bright red At the fireside would be sitting my wife and children A big box of cigars would be on the center table And I would be pacing along in the cold on the outside of the house This Is an admirable picture finch one as f dreamed of while Adjutant General lyIam on urdays Louisville Herald Proper Treatment of Pneumonia Pneumonia is too dangerous n dis ease for anyone to attempt to doctor himself although he may have the proper remedies at hand A physician should always be called It should he borne in mind however that pneu monia always results from a cold oi froman attack of the grip and that by giving Chamberlains Cough Rem edy the threatened attack of pneu monia may be warded off Thlu rem edy is also used by physicians in the treatment of pneumonia with tho best results Dr VV J Smith of Sanders Ala who isalso a druggist savs of itl have been selling Chamberlains Cough Remedy and prescribing it in toy practice for the past sic years I use it in cases of pneumona and have always gotton the best results Sold by Short Haynes Husband Burled Wife Better Derby Ind Mar 1SpeclaL The remains of Mr Warren Richard son of Dexter wete brought from Louisville Friday on the Morning Star Ho was buried with Masonic honors Saturday Mr Richardson was a loving husband and father a good citizen and Befriend to everyone He will be long mourned and remembered His wife who has been very ill In Louisville Is convalescent and was brought home Friday Browns Business For Sale Owing to bad health I want to sell out my entire business in Cloverport Ky All new new house now goods amounting to 5000 Will take cost for everything Only strictly cash business In the State that takes in 10 dally at a fair profit Call and see me at once Julian H Brown Both Mother and Son Die Patesville Ky Mar 1SpeciaL Allen Christian son of Chas Christian of near this place aged twentyone years died nt his home Wednesday His death resulted from measles and pneumonia fever His mothers death preceded only about one week The remains were enterred in the Bethlehem cemetery OA ttg TOnaABear theTha Kindd You hate Always Bought Signature 4of tF WHISKY FIGHT ON IN EARNEST The local option election at Stephensport will be held for the Stepheusporc preolnot on next Monday nUll tlu temperance people of that section will make a strong light the latter part of this week to influence nil the voters to come over to their side and help them win the light The election was asked for on December 28 1103 by the prohibJJ citizens of the precinct and since then they have been doing everything possible to cause the election to result in their favor The local option speakings as given below are expected to help tne temperance people in their good and just efforts The following speakers will address the voters at Stephensport on local option as follows Rev S O Christian of Cloverport at the Bap tist church tonight Rev Calvert at the Methodist church Thnrsdaynight and Judge Mercer and G W Beard of fiardinsbnrg at the Bap tist church Friday night Rev J C Hoskinson will address the voters at Sample Thursday night and a tem perance lecture will be delivered at Tuckers schoolhouse Saturday night Rev J H Lenmn and Charley Robbins will speak at Tuckers school house batnrday at 2 oclock in the afternoon and at Hazel Dell at 7 oclocK in the evening On Friday night Rev W H Calvert and Jno P Haswell Jr wiilspeak at Sam pIe and Rev J T Lewis will lecture at Stephensport Sunday morning at 11 oclock JNO W SHOUSE DEAD John W Shouse formerly of this city died Thursday at the Old Sold- Iers Home at Marion Ind of which he had been an inmate for several years Mr Shonse came to this city In the early seventies Several years ago he suffered a stroke of partialI paralysis and soon after went to the Old Soldiers Home as he served in the Union army during the Ciafl War The death of Mr Shouse was re ceived in this city with genuine regret He was well known here and had many friends who remembered him as a kindhearted and honest manHe was a man who probably had not n single enemy While his health permitted he worked at his trade of plasterer Ho suffered much with lung trouble which with paralysis probably hastened his death H leaves a sister Mrs Latinier of Cannelton DEMANDS OPERATION Dr Vance of Louisville and Dr Simons of this city held a consul tation yesterday and decided that Mr A B Skillmans condition ae manded an operation Accordingly Mr Skillman was taken to Louisville on the afternoon train to have the necesHury operation performed Mr Skillman was brought to his nom from Hardinsburg last Wednesday THE TACKY PARTY The local A 0 U W lodge gav an enjoyable tacky party in Oelzes hall Friday evening which was at tended by a fair sized crowd A small admission was charged at th door and oysters ice cream etc was served by the lodge No ladies competed for the prizes to be given to the tackiest but a number of gentlemen took part in the fun CM Stevens S P Conrad and Frank English were the judges ap pointed to decide who was the tack iest dressed gentleman Through a mistake their decisions were not an nounced correctly during the evening and are here corrected It was an nounced that Jno Neubauer had won the first prize and Geo Wendel ken tho second It should have been Wickliffo DeHaven first prize Geo Wendelken the second prize Play by Home Talent Derby Ind Mar 1Speoral- The play Broken Fetterd which was given hero last Saturday night by home talent was approved by all- The rendition was splendid and the crowd Large and enthusiastic The lerformers will give another play soon r Uy r- y r Buckwheat Cakeswith ROYAL Baking Powder Are delicious and wholesome a perfect cold weather breakfast food Made in the morning no yeast no U setting over night never sour never cause inI digestionTo a perfect buckwheat cake and a thousand other dainty dishes see the IyIailedfree I Llf ROYAL BAKING POWDER YORK COdIEW BIG ROBIN HUNT Hardinsbnrg Ky Mar 1Spec- iai The people of the neighborhood ofGarfield were indulging in the luxu ry of robin pie last week A robin roost was discovered on the farm of Mr Frazier Horsley where the birds by the thousands congregated at night One evening as many as a hundred persons visited the roost and secured possibly two thousand birds Au donbon the great naturalist in one of his books speaks of a pigeon roost in this county where the birds by reason 1of their great number broke the largest limbs of the tallest trees IS STILL MISSING Guy Deane a prominent business man of Owensboio and a relative of the Deanes at Glendeane is strangely missing and there are still no tidings from him He left Owensboro Feb 17 for Jackson Miss and was to return ateJackson say he left there Thursday afternoon the 18 inst and a number of persons say they saw Mr Deane in Owensboro on the Lnth but his family scon t this idea The Owensboro Messenger stated yesterday that Mr Deanes disappearance was still a profound mystery CANCER CURED BY BLOOD BAlM All Skin and Blood Diseases Cured t Mrs M L Adams Fredonia Ala took Botanic Blood Balm which effectually cured an eating cancer of the upeperfectly Many doctors had given up her case as hopeless Hundreds of cases of cancer eating sores supperating swellingM etc have been cured oy Blood Balm Among others Mrs BM Herenose and lips were raw as beef with offensive discharge from the eating sore Doctors advised cutting but it soreseand Mrs Gnerney is as well as ever Botanic Blood Balm also cures eczema itching humors scabs and scales bone pains ulcers offensive pimples blood polsoncarbnnolo8crofula rising and bumps on the skin and all blood troubles Druggists 1 per large bottle Sample of Botanlo Blood Balm free and prepaid by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and special medical advice sent in sealed letter It is certainly worth while In vestigating such a remarkable remedy as Blood Balm cures the most awful worst and most deepseated blood dis eases firs E IL Pate Dead Mrs Emma Pate wife of Rev Eldred E Pate died at their home at Smiths Mills Henderson county Thursday of Brights disease Be fore her marriage to Rev Pate she was Miss Emma Thomas of Hawes villonnd a Risterof Mr W S Thom as and Miss Mary Thomas of that place Besides her husband she leaves tour grown sons The funeral was heldat Haweaville Sunday 6 1i YOUNG BOYS EXHIBIT r ardinsburg Ky Mar 1Spec- lalErnest Haswell son of Mr and Mrs C E Haswell has been accorded tho unnusal honor of being permitted to have an exhibit at the Worlds Fair at St Louis His exhibit will consist of figures modeled in clay and other material and will be in the Kentucky building He is probably the youngest person who will have an individual exhibit at the Fair and the privilege granted him was determined only by the excellence of his work It is just recognition of decided talent LATE WAR NEWS Saturday Fortyminute attack on Port Arthur by Japi no damage done One Russian torpedo boat sunk Cores with its 11000000 people arrayed against Russia Sunday Russian garrison at Port Arthur being reinforced Russians propose to build two score torpedo boats Monday Czars army invades Corea Small body Russian cavalry clash with Japanese infantry Both sides claim victory Tuesday Japs again furiously assail Port Arthur and Russian snips are badly damaged Askold retires sinking Novik damaged and torpedo boat sunkSeveral Russian ships enter Suez etc nalNo news from Vladivostok maybe in state of BeigeiNEWS OF INTEREST Gen D R Murray will aot ai special judge in the contest for the office of Mayor of the city of Bowling Green by Gov Beckhams appointment Gen Murray is in Bowling GreenThe coal fleet of the towboat Spragne which passed down recently was wrecked near Memphis Thursday Out of thirtyfive boats and barges only eight were left The loss Is 75000The house bill appropriating 75000 for additional buildings at Hopkins vile asylum was passed by the State Senate Friday ilso the bill appro priating 40000 for the improvement of the Eastern Kentucky asylum The price of wheat and flour con tinues to advance all over the coun tryWork on tho electric railway Lou IF ville to Nashville through this coun ty is expected to begin within the next thirty days OnoMinute Cough Cure For Coughs Cold and Croup a 1 r i r- i r f T l 5 rrg =n 1IIIn 1111111I11f T H TilE STROLLERS By FREDERIC S ISHAM s Author of Under the Rose kaik Copyrltfbt 1902 by THE BOWENHERRILL COMPANY g OLJtLLLLL ++ IIIII II I I I IIIII I I I I I I I + CHAPTER XXI UB land barons Injuries did not T long keep him Indoors for 1 It was his pride rather than his body that had received deed and bitter wounds He chafed and fumed when he thought how In all likelihood the details of his defeat could not be suppressed In the clubs and eater I pteyvd him too freely he groaned to the Count de Propriac as the latter- NIt eetefflp4atlvely nursing the Ivory bawile of his cane and offering the kwi haroa such poor solace as his cuaqwar afforded I misjudged the attack boskled exposing myself too asset If I could only meet him again 9t weald bo the same retorted the cooat brutally When you lost your temper you lost your cause Your work was brilliant but he Is one of the best swordsmen I ever saw Who Is he anyway AH I know is he served In Algiers said Mauville moodily An adventurer probably exclaim ed the other Id give a good deal to know his record remarked the patroon contem platively You should Lie pretty well acquainted with the personnel of the armyIt includes everybody nowadays replied the diplomat But it seems to me I did know of a SaintProsper at the military college at Saumur or was It at the Ecole dappllcatlon detat major Demmed scapegrace If I am not mistaken sent to Algiers must be the sameHere the count closed his eyes and seemed almost on the point of dropping ort but suddenly straightened himself drawled a perfunctory farewell and de parted in a brown study r The counts company of which he had enjoyed a good deal during the past fortyeight hours did not improve Mnuvllles temper and he bore his own reflections so grudgingly that Inaction became Intolerable Besides certain words of his caller concerning Saint Prosper had stimulated his curiosity and In casting about tor a way to con firm his suspicions he had suddenly determined in what wise to proceed Accordingly the next day he left his rooms his first visit being to a spa cious substantial residence of stone and lime with green veranda palings and windows that opened as doors with a profusion of gauzy curtains hanging behind them This house the present home of the Marquis de Llgne stood In the French quarter contrast Ing architecturally with the newer brick buildings erected for the Ameri can population The land baron was ushered Into a large reception room sending his card to the marquis by the neat appearing colored maid who an swered the door Soon the marquis servant a stolid sober man of virtuous deportment came downstairs to Inform the land baron his master had suffered are lapse and was unable to see anyone Last night his temperature was very high said the valet My master is very 111 more so than I have known him to be In twenty years You have served the marquis so long said the visitor pausing as ho was leaving the room Do you remember the SaintProsper family Well monsieur General SaintPros per and my master were distant kins men and had adjoining lands Surely the marquis did not pass his time In the country observed Mau vllle Ho preferred It to Paris when my lady was there added Francois softly In spite of his III humor the shadow of a smile gleamed in the land barons gaze and encouraged by that ques tioning look the man continued The marquis and General SaintProsper were always together My lady had her own friends So Ive heard commented the lis tenerFrancois discreet eyes were down cust Why did the visitor wish to learn about the Sulut Prosper family Why Instead of going did he linger and eye the roan half dubiously Francois had sold so many of his masters se crets he scented his opportunities with a sixth sense The rniirquis and General Saint Prosper were warm friends asked the land baron at length ryes monsieur the death of the lat ter was a severe shock to the Marquis de Ligne lint Mon Dteu lifting hi- seyesIt was as well he did not live to witness the disgrace of his son Ills sons disgrace repeated the land baron eagerly Oh you mean running in debtgamingsome such fashionable virtue I If betraying his country Is a fash ionable virtue replied the valet He IB a traitor Incredulity overspread the land bar ons features then coincident with the assertion came remembrance of his conversation with the marquis He certainly called him that ru minated thb visitor Not only the words but the expression of the old noblemans face recurred to him What did it mean unless It confirmed the deliberate charge of the valet The tutui baron fnrcnt his dlsaDDoLntmentr 3 a a HI I I I I I 1 I I i I lor over his inability to see toe nmniuio and began to look with more favor on themanHe surrendered a French strong hold continued the servant softly not through fear oh no but for ambition power under AbdelKnder the Moorish lender My master has the ro port of the military board of Inquiry Why has the matter attracted no public attention if a board of Inquiry was appointed I The board was a secret one and the report was suppressed Few have seen it except the late king of France and mymasterSince has been inspected by such good compitny I confess curiosity to look at It myself But your master is ill I cannot speak with him Perhaps youI monsieur Indignantly For five hundred francs Francois To oblige monsieur he answered softly but his eyes gleamed like a lynxsYou have no compunctions about selling a reputation Francois Reputation Is that said the man contemptuously snapping his fingers emboldened by his compact with the caller Francs and sous are every thing Lord how servants imbibe the Ideas of their betters quoth the patroon as he left the house and strode down the graveled walk decapitating the bego alas with his cane Passing into the Rue Roynle the favorite promenade of the CreoleFrench the land baron went on through vari ous thoroughfares with FrenchEnglish nomenclature into St Charles street reaching his apartments which ad Joined a well known club He was glad to stretch himself once more on his couch feeling fatigued from his efforts and having rather overtaxed his strengthBut his body was now Inert his mind was active Ills thoughts dwelt upon the soldiers reticence his disinclination to make acquaintances ant the coldness with which he had received his Mauvilles advances In the Shadcngo valley Why asked Mauville lying there and putting the pieces of the tale together did not SaintProsper remain with his new found friends the enemies of his country Because came the answer AbdelKnder the patriot of Algerian Independence had been captured and the subjection of the country had followed Since Algeria had become a French colony where could SaintProsper have found a safer asylum than in America Where more secure from that chosen curse for Ui6 man who owes his weal to his coun trys woe In his impatience to possess the promised proof the day passed all too slowly lIe even hoped the count would cull although that worthy brought with him all the flattering devils sweet poison and deadly sins of Inebriation But the count like a poor friend was absent when wanted and It was a distinct relief to the laud baron when Francois appeared at his apartments In the evening with a butt colored envelope which he handed to himThe suppressed report asked the latter weighing It in his hand No monsieur I could not find that My master must have destroyed It The land baron made a gesture of disappointment and irritation But this Francois hastened to add Is a letter from the Due dAumale governor of Algeria to the larquls de Ligne describing the affair Monsieur will find it equally as satisfactory I am sure How did you get It said the pa troon thoughtfully My master left the keys on the dresserAnd If he misses this letter Oh monsieur I grieve my master is BO HI he could not miss anything but his ailments Those he would willing ly dispense with My poor master There Take your long hypocriti cal face out of my sight sold Mau rub curtly at the same time handing him the promised reward which Fran cols calmly accepted To be Continued Boy Hurt at the Shops Wallace Lewis son of Henry Lewis wan seriously bruised on his leg near the ankle last Wednesday while play ins with some other boys at the L II St L shops The member was bruised by coming in contact with a moving car and it was thought at first that it was broken Mr SKillman at Home A B Skillman who was severely bruisea at Hardinsburg on February 14 while alighting from a train was brought to his homo on a speioal car over the Henderson Route last Wednesday morning Mr Skillman is steadily improving as he suffered no serious injuries OAS caXABears theThe Kind You Hate Always 110011 Signature Jof 111 tll11tltiltlii + j EB OGLESBY WRITES ffABOUT TilE 1S OF E f HHT TIIII of HJIT HHH+ To the Editor of the News Clorerport Ky Fob 231004 Seeing that you are still as ever in the past the friend of the farmer I would like to add a little to what has been said about the American Society of Equity etc Now I think Brother Jolly has been roasting his shins by somebodys good lire or has been asleep for the American Society of Equity was founded Dec 24 1002 and on Dec 241003 it had 50000 members and on Jan 31 1004 70000 members and is still growing rapidly It is being thoroughly organized with every field full of organizes and the people ready to orgnnizre Brother Jolly leaves the pricing question so that many might think by joining the Society each member is enabled to price his products But it is not just this way The Society proposes to have a cropreporting system of its own Each member in each local union will give the aore age and condition of his crop and send it to the national union through Its secretary Then reports from all over the country will be tabulated and sent back to each member the next week through the official paper Before the crop is harvested its size and condition will be known at head quartersand a board of experts governed by this will set the minimum price that the farmers are asked to hold the crop for This crop report will be made by each farmer in order on actual cropgrqwing and will come bauK to him through the official paper In this case the gambler will not be Hrst and raise or lower the farmers prices and get the benefit of the profits You and Brother Moseley compare the American Society of Equity to the grange and the F M 13 A and say that politics killed them That is a mistake they died of their own weight because they were not built right They induced men to join them and told how they would make the merchants and the manufacturer sell cheap goods They wanted to pull down a profitable mercantile and manufacturing business to an unpra fitable agricultural business Now you will readily see that is not the way to build up an order or a business The A S of E tells the farmer he does not have to make war on anyone unless it be the gambler or the board of trade who are robbing him The Society proposes to raise the price of their produce until they get a fair and equitable price which means the cost of the cultivation of the crop with a email profit Tiiis will unable them to pay the other mans price and make war on no one The merchant manufacturer and business men generally are disposed to look on the A S of E with suspicion because all other farmers organizations heretofore have made war on them But the Society does not We need them and they cannot get mony if we do not make it aud we need their commodities and are mutually interested in each other Unorganized the farmers are pro ducing crops and selling in organ ized markets and to organized consumers The labor of this country where organized markes it possible for a man to work more without any capital with just his two hands than the average farmer of the co- onInDIGESTIN I WM troubled with atom Mb trouble Tbedfordi Black goodIntors medicine I took In s- yiarMRS SARAH B 8HIBFIELD EUeUnllleIDd Thedlordi Black Draught quickly invigorates the notion of the stomach and cures even chronic cases of indigestion If you will take a small dose of Thed fords Black Draught occa sionally you will keep your perfect THEDFORD5 LACKDRAUGHT More sickness is caused by constipation than by any other disease Thedfords BlackDraught not only relieves constipation but cures diarrhoea and dysentery and keeps the bowels regular All drafgiiti sell SSceat packers i BlackDraught bowetaIA M GRANT Sneads Ferry N 0 CONSTIPATION CA try can make with all his investments in land teams implements etc and by longer hours The railroad has a strike and pays the price and passes it along the line oy raising the freight rates on farmers products The manufacturer has a strike pays the price and adds to the price of his machines and passel it on down to the farmer who has it to pay for he has no one to pass it on to- Many say that the farmers cannot hold their crops but we have a proof in the tobacco crop this year They have held it already about live months with no prospect or promise of a raise in price The rA S of E proposes when it has 1000000 members to benefit the farmer knowing then that there will be enough farmers I who will hold their crrps to make the market bare and hungry which will enable those who have to sell to get a better price ab well as those who hold th eir crops There is no overproduction iu this country The last year books and statistics show how consumption has overtaken production By holding our crop and putting each months supply on the market as it is wanted and not by dumping a Whole years supply on the market at once or in a month or two we maKe a surplus which is mistakenly called overpro ductionNow Mr Editor you and all the daily papers say that wheat is bring ing 100 because of the war in the far east Tnls is not true There is 37 per cent of thA crop in the hands of the farmers which has not been the case at this time of the year for years The official paper of the AIS of E UpToDate Farming comI menced last May to advise farmers to hold their wheat for 100 and in the West where the paper has a larget circulation they held their wheat Local organizations cannot nor will not help the tanner for we haveI about 4000 of them now Nor will the curtailing of a crop do it whilet the other man puts the price on it But Brother Farmer join theI American Society of Equity that hasI a board of expertsop each and every crop raised the best crop reporting system ever devised the best way toI get it back to the farmer that gives the benefits to him and not the other fellow as now Quit vacillating andI finding fault but go to your sohoolI houses and organize Take the officialI paper to post you and find as muchI fault as you please but dont fall out with the price The fleece of the poorest old ewe you have or one leghorn I hen with half a chance will pay that in three monthsE B Oglesby Wakeful Children For a long time the two year old child of Mr P L MoPherson 50 N Tenth St Harrisburg Pa would sleepI but two or three hours in the early part of tne night which made it very bard for her parents Her mother con eluded that the child had stomach trouble and gave her half of one of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets which quilted her stomach and she slept the whole night through Two boxes of these Tablets have effect ed a permanent cure and she is now well and strong For sale by Short Haynes Death of Wm Camp William Camp died Thursday even Ing at 880 oclock at his home near Mattingly of pneumonia after an illness of about a week Death came at the age of fifty A wife one brother Richard Camp five sons and two daughters Susie Camp and Mrs Joe Bailey of Louis yule servive the deceased Mr Camp was a member of the Clover Creek Baptist church and a wellknown man In this section He was a black smith by trade and had been employed in the shop of Geo Tanl The funeral was held Friday afternoon and tne interment was in the TaulI graveyard Church Fight at Hawesville Haw sville Ky Feb 24 Though no court is now in session bore the court room has been filled for several1 days wlth crowds of eager listeners The occasion is the taking of deposi tions in the now famous case which Involves the answering to the ques tionIIWhioh is the true Baptist church at Hawesville Panama Treaty Ratified The United States Senate ratified the Panama canal treaty and the Presi dent signed the ratifications Thursday The War Department last ween Issued orders for the entire Third regi ment of infantry to proceed as soon as possible on transports to the Isthmus of Panama to relieve the marines sta toned there Once of This County G W Mullen one ot Owensboros leading business men wto was born in Virginia June 1 1834 and resided with his father and mother in Breck enridge county until he became a young man died in San Diego Cal last Wednesday morning Tho body will be brought to Owensboro for burial f t Ji t- b j L I I g f1 =NEW RIVAL Loaded Black Powder Shells shoot stronger and reload better than any other black powder shells on the market because they are loaded more carefully and made more scientifically try them They ar- eAtnfunfWf OR 1 Cloverport Planing Mill OREOORY 6 CO Prop LUMBERDOORS DOORSSASH SASHBLINDS = DOOR AND WINDOW SCREENS SHINGLESLATHS LATHSLIME BRICK CEMENT ROOFING ETC H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law- tlARDINSBURO KY will practice his professIon In all ot the Courts ot and adjoInIng eoun ties Special attention given to collecting road cases and criminal practice License to practice In United States District Courts Office over Bank jf Bard lasburg V G BABBA- GEAttorneyatLaw IPUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR Many years experience in set tling estates All collections reas onableCloverport Kentucky Loses Fine Livery Horse A fine black livery horse of H L Staders died last Wednesday night at his stable of lung fever which was preceded by a two weeks illness of c distemper The animal was worth about 4150 You Know What You Are Taking c When you take Grovo 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 50- cBrandenburgs Saloon Fight Alocal option fight is on at Brandenburg Petitions have been circula ted asking that a local option election Ibe hela The town conncil tray take action in the matter at its regular meeting next Monday Inflammatory Rheumatism cured =William Shaffer a brakeman ol Dennison Ohio was confined to his bed for several weeks with inflammatory rheumatismI nsea many remedies he says Finally I sent to McUaws drug store for a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm at which time I was unable to use hand or foot and in one weeks tine was able to go to work as happy as a clam For sale by Short Haynes Barrington On Trial II Lord Frederick Seymour Bar rington is on trial in the circuit court at Clayton Ho charged with murder ing Jas J McCann the Lexington man who married Miss Jessie Calloway formerly of this city Do you Want Strength If you want to increase your strength you must add to and not take from the physical In other words the food that you eat must be digested assimilated and appropriated by the nerves blood and tissues before being expelled from the intestine Kodol Dyspepsia Care adds to the physical It gives strength to and builds up strength in the human system It is pleasant to the taste and palatable and the only combination of digestants that will digest the food and enable the system I to appropriate all of its health and strengthgiving qualities Sold by All Druggists Allie Young for Hearst Alhe W Young chairman pf the Democratic State Central Committee states in an Interview last week in Louisville that be favors W R Hearst for President and would support him ifhe should be nominated Wooklng Overtime Eight hour laws are ignored Dy those tireless little workersDr Kings New Life Pills Millions are always at work night and day curing Indigestion Biliousness Constipa ion Sick Headache and all Stomach Liver and Bowel troubles Easy pleas ant safe sure Only 2So at Short Haynes drug store We earn our life by labor and then if we spend as the gods design we spendour life in love Henry Har land oJ rJOHN S CULLEU mmBRICK CONTRACTOR flj Louisville Ky- 000000000000c00000 Harned Norm- alSCHOOL c Term Beg- insFebruary 23 And Closes June 10 1904 Courses of Study Teachers Course 12 00 Preparatory Course 8 00 Money payablelin advance Pupils absent one week on account of sickness money refunded Good board and furnished rooms at 2 and 225 pet week For further particulars addres- sANDREW DRISKELL PRINCIPAL Hardinsburg Ky THIS IS A- Presidential YearA- ND YOU MUST KEEP POSTEDT- heway to do this is to redid the WEEKLY CourierJournal HENRY WATTERSON Editor TWELVE PAGES ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY 100Year a I REVENUE REFORM SOCIAL REFORM MORAL REFORM Tie COUIIHJOUim Unit tie kill1 llniiie lukllihiJ tad 35 cute tar a coq by sill COURIERJOURNAL COMPANY LOUISVILLE KY By a Special Arrangement you can get th- eBreckenridge News and the WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL both one year for only 150 This Is for cash subscriptions only All sub scriptions under this combination offer must be sent through the BreckenrIdge News ors CloverportByGasoline Gasolinefor News Office r w F Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY Youngmother DR THACtlERS Liver and Blood Syrup CURES BY REMOVING THE CAUSE- A TIIREEFOLD loran llis des to toao Acts the LJrtrtmdKUitrt tat Purifies the Blood Thousands have used this reliable remedy with perfect confidence and success for 62 years because they know just what it contains The formula consists of Buchu Hydrangea Mandrake Yellow Dock Dandelion Sarsaparilla Gentian Senna and Iodide of Potassium Any doctor or druggist will tell you that this is a scientific and combination of great merit tor all diseases having their origin in the Liver Kidneys or Blood After years of experience and patient experiment Dr Thaclier so perfected the process of manufacture that it never fails to bring the expected relief when taken according to directions Thousands of sick ones to whom life has been a burden have written grate ful letters of thanks Mississirri Oct 17 1C02 I have lufTeted really with Indigestion constipation also a stvere liver trouble with lOll of appetite Could not text well at in fact had no energy to work or even walk around I felt like I wa packing a heavy load and was easily exhaunttd until I took Dr Thachera Liver and Blood which helped me almost from the first dose When I had taken one and oueIal bottles I felt like a different man and I knew that It was due entirely to your medicine I used in all three bottles and consider myself perfectly cured At this time my appetite la good I sleep welt and feel strong and refreshed on arising in the morning T L SPEU- UJf you newt a mfillcltif today for a Free sample both and If 7 r Thaehrr Health Hook q ire aynptome for advice H e tlinjily atk you tn try If at our rxpenie lluknow tfhatit teill do Atall ttruggl t SO cent anil 1OO THacher Medicine Co Chattanooga Tonn The MARCH 2 It AVn Juat PoMviblc I dont understand said Mrs V why It is that baby wont go to sleep Here I have been sitting and singing to him tor the last hour and yet he keeps crying and seems Just as wide awake as ever Well said her husband thoughtful ly I dont know of course and perhaps I am wrong but It may be that baby has a musical ear REMEDY tloott trouble am reliable SPRPD night trrtfe 1004 AVnnliliiK OfT the numlnn England is always glad to get nn other citizen but sometimes she goes about it in a strange manner accord ing to the Springfield Republican A sailor deserted from a Russian battle ship and Joined an English crew on a faraway Island He told them that he was tired of the rule of the czar and wanted to become an English citi zen They were at a loss how to naturalize him but finally each one threw a bucket of water on him and so wash ed off the Russian r r r r rraalcu estimates we guess Thins Not In R book on Douglas recounts the Japanese have have no no beds no no no petticoats This sounds alarming but dressing otherthe limo of commerce In their they have windows doors ceilings of drawers a washing only a of on of another the kitchens have pots no no tables then have no in drawing in house drawing only a of bedrooms with their why you anything in Japanese mats a stove warming your the suicide of trees trees but they do without used for blossoms hanging HlRtilniuI highland remedy consumption and general what known audit nan the doers These gathered in when animals them in They boiled obtained bottled after strained and whisky usually added to nowadays Crabs shells pulverized eaten used for consumption whooping cough in Hebrides Caledonian Medical Jour I Our Great Profit Sharing Contest 15000 500 Prizes w rn I Uw Prize 5000 2nd Prize 2500 3d Prize 1000 Seven Special Prizes of 550000 Each for Early Estimates Every subscriber to Tim BRECKENRIDGE NEWS will have an opportunity to share in these magnificent prizes wishes to participate in the Great Vor1dsFair Contest in which these KivenThe matter of this great contest is the Total Admissions May the first month of the Great St Louis Worlds Fair Without doubt the Worlds Fair which open St Louis May 1 will be largest fair ever held in the world every man t woman and child should be interested in this great enterprise It Conditions of this Great Contest subscriber who remits 100 the regular subscription price for a years subscrip i iEVlY BRECKENRIDGE NEWS will receive one certificate which secure for any prize his estimates entitle to claim When send in your subscription send your estimates of the total paid admissions at the Worlds Fair during May the month the Fair Write your address estimate in the Subscription Blank below and mail it to TIlE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS contest will at midnight April 30th 1904 and no that hour be allowed The official record of the Secretary of the Worlds Fair showing the paid attendance during the first month of the Fair will determine are entitled to the prizes the awardsMali be made a disinterested committee of prominent judges the first week in As this contest will on April the day before the lair opens will have equal chance win these prizes estimate or NOW will a chance win a Special Prize as good a chance win the Capital Prize of 500000 the one who guesses the day the contest The money to pay the prizes is deposited in the Central Savings Bank Detroit Michigan and can used for no other purpose In ofa tie or that two or more estimators are equally correct prizes will divided equally between I HERE IS THE LIST OF PRIZES II For the nearest correct estimate or guessf OOO For the second nearest correct estimate or guess 2500 For the third nearest correct estimate or guess 1000 For the fourth nearest correct estimate or guess 500 For the fifth nearest correct estimate or guess BO- For the sixth nearest correct estimate or guess IX For the seventh nearest correct estimate or guess lro For the eighth correct estimate or guess 100 Ji For the ninth nearest correct estimate or guess 75 For the tenth nearest correct estimate or guess ro For the next five nearest estimates or guesses 120 each 100 For the next five nearest correct or 110 each J a 50 For the next S3 nearest correct estimates or IS each 140 For the next 445 nearest correct estimates or guesses 3 1335 403 prizes amounting to 11500 I Valuable Information To aid In forming your estimates furnish the following figuressThe total paid admissions May the month of the Chicago Worlds Fair were 1060037 The total paid admissions during May the first month of the Buffalo PanAmerican Exposition were 399430 What be the total paid admissions during May the first month of the St Louis Fair Figure It out or at it and send In the figures of your guesses It may mean a to you The contest will close the before Fair opens so that no advantage Is gained by delay in es timating the result Send the figures of your estimates or guesses with your subscription Be careful to write your name figures and P O plainly Dont fall to take advantage of the Special PrizeS Hai Japan Stnden the things that not They bread boots and shoes trousers for the men for the wo men both sexes wear instead several gowns one over the nos houses no no no walls no no chests not even stand and the ward robe is lot boxes piled one top In they no range no no pans flour bins flour no kitchen But they tables or chairs the room and the real native the room Itself is lot walls taken down There is no reason should find a house except and charcoal for fin gers and teapot and committing Japan is full cherry and plum fruit The cherries nre the and the plums fot poems on- Peeullnr neiiieiUe A popular for both debility was is as cnbar Juice of horns were the hills the cast the springtime were for some hours and the Juice thus being Candy sugar aro it and on bread and butter were asthma and the nal IN Cash 1st if he Paid during will at on the and will him him you also first of name and The close estimate received after will total who and by during Juno close 30 all an to Those who guess have to and just to as on last of be case be them I nearest correct guesses guesses each during first will Worlds fortune day the Japan In addition to the foregoing prizes the following Special Prizes for Early Estimates WILL BE PAID For the nearest correct estimate received before Jan 15 500 For the nearest correct estimate received on or after 15jind before Feb 1 rhOOFot11 neatest correct estimate received on or i i Feb I and before Pub 15 500 For the nearest correct estimate received on or after Feb 15 and before March 10 500 For the nearest correct estimate received on or after March 1 and beforo March 15 500 For the nearest correct estimate received on or after March 15 and before April 1 500 For the nearest correct estimate received on or alter April 1 and before April 15 500 Total 500 prizes amounting to 15000 I Subscription Blank Inclosed find to apply on Subscription Account Name H e Postofflco State My Estimates of the total number of paid admissions to the World Fair during the month of May are I 4 2 Remember that the Capital Prize is 5000 and that there are Seven Special Prizes of 500 each for Early Estimates Send all orders to C The Breckenridge News Cloverport Ky I i I t 4 On Silver Plate can only be idetermined after long years of actual service unless you purchase ware bearing a well known trademark For over hair centunr Spoon Fork etc atamped E i Have been In use and g1vea perfect satisfaction TTher are sold by leading dealer everywhere For catalogue newdealgtusenultothe makcnINTE INTERNATIONALSILVER Merlden Coal 4ONONONONONOOOONN I 1 LEGISLATIVE ACTS OF t i LOCAL INTERE- ST4000000000NOONNNION I I Among tne bills introduced into the I Senate lust weak were the following S B No 234 by Senator Richard son appropriating 15000 to help erect the Kings Daughters Hospital at Frankfort State officers and legis lators to be treated free of charge when Hick at said hospital- S B No 235 by Sentator Rich ardson Requiring rectifiers and blena era of whisky to put up a sign to that effect over the front door of their place of business S B No 230 Senator Richardson Allowing fifth class cities to employ an attorney who may not live in the city Representative D C Moorman of Breckeuridge county introduced a bill Iin the house last week to prevent the marriage of a man to the daughter of his nncle or nunt of either fall or half blood The bill was referred to the Committee on Judiciary A bill to abolish the State Fair and divide tne 115000 appropriation between the county fairs of Kentucky was favorably reported lo the House by the Committee on Appropriations Representative W W Tabb of Har din county is father to the measure The Prewitt Bill making it a felony to steal chickens or other poultry was adopted More Riots Disturbances of strikers are not nearly as grave as an individual die order of the system Overwork loss of sleep nervous tension will be followed bv utter collapse unless a reliable rem edy is immediately employed Theres no thing so efficient to cure disorder of the Liver or Kidneys as Electro Bit ters Its a wonderful tonic and effective nervine and the greatest all round medicine for ran down systems It dispels Nervousness Rheumatism and Neuralgia and expels Malaria germs Only SOc and satisfaction guaranteed by Short Haynes Druggists Their Good Office I see theyre advertising twentyfive cent lunches What do they give you An appetite for your dlnnerPhU adelphia Ledger Odt3TORI13Be- are thelha Kind You Have Always Bought Signature Yfof Bank of HardinsburgOFFICERS B F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier DIRECTORS Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beard Dr A M Kincheloe D S EInsured against loss by Richardsonii iInterest paid on time ++++++4 NNNNNONONNNNOON 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 V Pres CIIAS B SKILLMAN Asst Cashier Accounts of Firms Individualsi 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 oil time deposits i NN Nl N N AtIN N AtIN N IN iNlf lNN 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 N m mTHESI Fifth Avenue HOTEL I Louisville Ky PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr 1J li trPildT3 r79r79T 19r r3 Ia7 q7 ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROADWi- nter to ORLEAN5 to TSouthernlpolntalso SPRINGS cheap Tickets to CALIFORNIA NORTHWEST march to April 30 Only Line running through Personally Conducted cursion Sleepers Louisville to CALIFORNIA NEW MEXICO ARIZONA and TEXAS In Two side in one was of a a On was of a boy n not more ten of of was In and his In si and and most located and only hotel In the city a 1200 Only one block from the and two from the cars the door to of the city- Everything and clean r iale daily NEW In other to NOT ARK and point Very One Way and the I 1904 Ex IIBEST LINE Muttcrof through TO SPRINGS Orleans ARKII IF W HARLOW asNNNNNN5INNNf1SNM Loving Misery stood by side the Emergency hospital On the form man great strong looking fellow the other the figure little fellow than years age head each swathed bandages while man bore suffering the boy moaned sobbedWhats the matter sonny asked The centrally firstclass making rate principal shopping district principal theatres Street pass all parts neat Texie Special Low One Way and Round trip Rates In effect I to the Southwest on and Third Tuesdays In each month HOT California New and tickets apply to D P A Pnla cots big The the hence cried blocks First tile than as me coy cried aloud- I fell off a roof was the answer the lad returned between his sobs llurrnh for you returned the man I fell down u ships hatch Lets shake An hour later the nurse came Into the ward and walked over to the cots Both the patients were sound asleep and in the hairy fist of the sailor rested the tiny hand of his little compan- Ion in misery San Francisco Call Prof Bughunter Gracious this must be one of the antediluvian fire flysa streak of light and a streak of black Small BoySay Cap dats one of the Cloverport street lamps- w BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D and V G BABBAGE Editors and Proprietor Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year or J 125 if paid at the end of year CARDS OF THANKS over flvo lines cbargi or at the rate of 10 rents per line OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of tr touts per line Money In advance Examlnn the label on your paper If It Is not correct ulease notify us When ordering 11 change In the ill1 I subscribers should Rive their old as well Us the new address I EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY MARCH 2 1001 TO FARMERS The News has received from Mr t Hubert Vreeland Commissioner of Agriculture two bushels of the cele brated Boone County White Seed corn for free distribution Farmers who wish to try some of this corn will please call or send to the News and get a sample It is put up in pack ages of one gallon each Mr Vree land regrets that the funds of his Bureau will not allow a larger dis tribution among the Farmers Clubs of the State but hopes by placing it among members who will give it a fair test and share with their neigh bors next year that they will be able to get a fair start of this most excellent variety Help swell the farmers organiza tion 1 What helps the larmer helps everybodyThe are getting enthusiastic and eggs are tumbling Ham and eggs and red gravy in the near future for us- The farmers organization is entirely nonpolitical and free from any entangling alliances It should be kept so- The Hon Dave Smitn shows by his votes in Congress that he is a progressive American and is bread enough to rise above the party lash when a measure comes up that is good for the whole people even if it did emanate from the opposition We congratulate Mr Smith on his broad views And his backbone to stand for them Toe farmers meeting at Hordins burg was conducted In order along conservative lines It was not their object as President Wilson said to drive the buyers out of business or harm any line of trade It was a mat ter of selfprotection and more to mate farmers more independent and not at the mercy of the buyer The way to do this he said is to keep out of debt dont moitgage your crop before it is sold and then you wont be compelled to sell to any man or firm unless the price suits you Mr Wilsons remarks were level headed and tothe point and if the organization byhimhelp to the farmer PICKED UP J B Taylor Co are one of the busiest firms in Lewisport They handle stock harm Implements corn and hay and most everything a farmer needs in the way of tools They bought last Saturday 13 head of steers that averaged 1500 at 4 and tOo head of hogs at 5 cents and sold to John Llllard U3 head of feeders at a 34 cents Mr Lillard had the misfortune to lose one while driving home Floyd Lewis of McQuady left for the Indian Territory Monday He Is REMEDY THIS CATARRH Is sure to GIV- ESatlsfaotlon Elys Cream G l It cleanses soothes und heals the dis eased membrane It FFVFRdrivesIn till blend quickly It IIs ubsorhtd Heals and Protects the Membrane Restores the Senses of Taste and Smell Full size 50rat I drupclsrs or hy mull Trial Size lOe bymull KLV WIOTHEUS M Warren St New York looking for a farm and expects to locate there Willis Green of Falls of Rough was en route to Louisville Monday Mr Green is very much improved in health J T F Owen was a passenger ou the train Monday for Louisville Mr Owen says there is a tine pros pect for wheat The last few days of warm weather has brought it out wonderfully N John Owen has just finished delivering part of his crop of tobacco A patch of seven and threequarter acres yielded 1800 pounds to the acre and brought him ifJ30 One of his tenants Robert Thompson had 7 acres which weighed out 8400 pounds and brought him 320 The former crop was sold at 5 4 and 1 the lat ter at i5 5 and 2- Read This Richmond Ky Feb 0 1001 Dr EW Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir I have used one bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery for Kidney and bladder trouble I weighed 1GO pounds when 1 began using it today I weigh 170 pounds and I feel better than I 1have in twenty years and I cneerfnlly recommend it to the public Respectfully John A Riddle A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of the Texas Won der Halls Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emission weak and lame backs rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidnevs and blad der in both men ana women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your druggist it will be sent by mail on receipt of 1 One small bottle is two munths treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall solo manufacturer P O Box 020 St Luis Mo Send for testi monials Sold by all druggists Office 2031 Olive street tfARDINSBURG Proctor Keitn of Cloverport was in town Sunday Wm G Haswell snent last Friday in Louisville Col David R Murray was in Cloverport Friday Attorney Gus Brown was in Clover port last Saturday Eli H Deane of Glendeane was in town last Saturday- B F Beard returned home Friday from ii trip to Louisville B A Parks was at the Ahl hotel last week selling a patent gate Tom Lyddan of Webster was here last Thursday on a business trip W S Ball was in Louisville several days of last week on a business trip U Vie Robertson and T J Moore were visitors at Gleadeane Sunday Henry DeH Moorman returned hone Sunday from a visit to Frank fort Robert Mattingly and Samuel Ahl were in Owensooro a few days last weekFranklin S Kincheloe spent Sun day at Union Star the guest of friends Miss Minnie WoolfolK of Brandenburg is visiting Misses Mattie and Uenlnh Hook Ben H Beauchamp of Union Star was here Monday attending the far mere meeting Circuit court clerk T JMoore went to Louisville Thursday to hear Rob ertson in Hamlet James Alien who has been critic ally ill with pneumonia is able to beat his store again Messrs Harry Hamoleton and David R Murray Jr of Cloverport were in town Sunday Hon G W Beard was the guest of his daughter Mrs O G Read of Louisville last week The Rev W H Fitzgerald of Louisville preached at the Baptist church Sunday evening The county superintendant Joel H Pile has removed his office from the court house to the rooms over the DemocratThe of Miss Reid will give ia recital at the City Hall next Saturday evening The readings from James Whitcomb Riley the popular Hoosier poetAttorney Henry DeH Moormar has moved his office to the room In the court house formerly occupied by the county superintendent Joel H PileMisses Margaret and Roberta Brodie entertained Monday evening in honor of Miss Minnie Woolfolk of Branden burg A number of invited guests were present TIMBER IN RIVER BEDS Fortune Await the Inventor of n Method to Ilicorcr It If some scheme could be devised said a Stillwater Minn man by which the sunken logs which till till beds of rivers and creeks In the lob- Bing sections of this country could only be recovered Immense fortunes would be made Along the St Croix waters It Is estimated that logs enough urL Im bedded In thp sand or river bottoms to keep mills running for years Under present conditions the loss Is total for no successful method has ever born de vised to effect this sating Occasionally logs cut years ago are forced by the washings of Hoods tram their sand beds and driven upon the shores where the action of sun and wind dries them out sulllclently so that they will boat down stream but tin percentage of logs recovered is swaP and millions of dollars worth of prop erty Is lost beyond recovery until some enterprising genius Invents a machine or process to recover the timber At Stlllwater logs occasionally come to the sorting booms bearing marks In use halt a century ago and when they appear the old lumbermen prow reml niscent of men who have been long forgotten but who were Important operators In the pioneer logging days of Wisconsin and Minnesota Xo possible estimate can be made of the amount of timber thus lost but lumbermen estimate that the rivers of Wisconsin In the value of the logs burled In their sands have fortunes of millions of dollars It the logs could be recovered Wisconsin line been one of the big pine states and your Chip pewa Wisconsin St Croix and Menominee rivers and their tributaries contain fortunes In sunken timber Strange as It may appear the value of the timber Is not lessened even after It has been submerged for half or quarter of a century Efforts have been occasionally made to recover sunken logs At one time a company was or ganized at Stlllwater to dredge streams and thus recover some of the timber but the plnn did not work with any great degre of success this method being found too expensive Some one will come along some day with a plan nnd this Immensely valuable product recoeredMllwnu1kce ofIMiss Nell Gregory was the guest riends at Anchorage last week r rnows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J Cheney Co Props Toledo O We the undersigned have known F JCheneyfor the last 15 years and be have him perfectly honorablA in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligation made by their firm West Truax wholesale Druggists Toledo O WaldlngKlnnan Marvin wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halli Catarrh Cure is token internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Price 75o per bottle Sold by all drug gists Testimonials free Halls Family Pills are the best For Their Stomach Sake Sunday school treats must come round oftener In England than In the United States for the dean of Bristol has In cluded In his book Odds and Ends many stories of the hold of such fes tivities on the juvenile heart and stom achThe hand of a small boy wavered for an instant over a plato of cakes before ho took one Thanks ho said after his momentary hesitation Im sure I can manage It If I stand up Another boy still smaller who had stuffed systematically at last turned to his mother and sighed Carry me home mother but oh dont bend mel The average boy in Yorkshire knows why he attends these feasts and does not relish being furnished forth scantily A solicitous curate approached one who was glowering mysteriously Have you had a good teal the curate asked No said the boy lu an aggrieved tone laying his hand on his diaphragms It dont hurt me yet Be good to your neighbors They know nil About your family skeleton and can tell some entertaining stories about itfNew Haven Union 1904Tlie Worlds Fair Line 1904 SIIE MUST HAVE BEEN A KENTUCKIAN t r ft Where are you going m pretty maid To the Worlds Fair at St Louis sir she said Over what ine will you travel my dear said he Over the Henderson RouteMf course P said she j S a J 1 L ioJ rcWhy over thatroad doyoug6l hesaid E sirshef J And where flies this Palace of Travel P sail lie d I From Kentucky throuKhEvansvillfr rtto St Louis Said she You seem to be pleased with that line Iff he said originatorstilslritIIIlw traveling another routetis as igood said he Youll have to show me kind- said sir shell All lines look alike to me1i he said Ican only see oneThe He dersou she said Ineed me a helpmate I my dear said L he Wont you travel to St Louis my wife with me III doubt not a helpmate you need said she But the Henderson Route Comfort Linefor me Then will you not come my way he said Nft Im for the Henderson any day she said cIB the choice of routes worth more than my love said he uNol but the CHOICEST of Routes is dear sir saidshe How then can I wed you fair maid he said ClGet the Henderson Route habit first she said f70RAL 1OM1N This lady was undoubtedly accustomed to the best and would have no other Therefore IT you would wedded and happy be Get Tho Henderson Route Habit Tlsa good habit to acquire 4 A Fortune for your Thought J F mIf i 51Ii Qistl to obtain this It is easy JI i I 5OOOd = j1 For the Man Who Tells us How Many HIPeopleGate During MayKr See Page 3for Details fftoi do 15he Breckenridge so Fr =eWS CLOVER PORT 1 frcee Louisville Live Stock Market i Reported by Dun Brooks ft Co Central Stock- Yards 01 j Louisville Feb 2DCatlleOffer ings were fairly liberalJ Market was rather dull on all classes except well fatted stock There was a fair outlet rot nice tidy butcher steers and heifers around Steady prices this class being disposed of in reasonably good time while common butcher steers heifers and cows wpre verydreggy 1 prices ruling a shade oft from lest week Bulls canners fresh cows and springers being in light supply showed no material change The outlet for stockers and feeders is limited to a small number and only the best selections moving at current values common kinds extremely dull and sell at low prices There was in the steer line heavyjtthing good to sell around 450 and 465 the medium and halffatted kinds ruled atquotationsCalvesChoice veals in fair demand at 523 and 575 common rind heavy veals 350 and 45Q HogsThere was a moderate supply on sale today and the maket ruled lOc lower than Saturdays opening prices there was a good demand prevailing and the pen were cleared at the following prices Choice hogs 165 lbs and up J5 50 120 to 160 Ibs 15 heavy pigs 460 light pigs 425 roughs 125 and 450 Other markets reported lower prices hence the finish of the market was weak Sheep and lambsAll arrivals in demand at current values Prospects stea dy for the remainder f the week Few Prayer Yern Now If all men would vote as they pray this would truly be a happy world Dern But If that should ever happen you wouldnt get the average man to the polls once In ten years Catholic Standard Sq NOTICE OF ELECTION Z f gcdo L x F f R A Shelman and Others on PeLtoFk titian o wIt val L It appearing to the satisfaction of the cpuf1 J that tho petition of R A Sholman and others bOI heretofore tiled In this court on tho 28th day of December 1003 requesting that an elogr Up tlon be held In Stephonsport voting precinct on which Is tn the Third Magisterial District 6t Breckenrlago county Kentucky on the 7tl day of March 1SKM to taro the sense of tbV IO legal voters of said precinct who Bra qualified h to vote at an bJpptfon for cqunty officers upon the proposition whether or not splrltousavinous or malt liquors shall bo sold bartered J orloancd In said precinct and also whether dwLittoncant was signed by more than twentyflvb1ftirpe- rcentot tho legal voters of said precinct cast at tho last preceding general election 1 held In said precinct It Is now ordered by 1 we the court that the request of said petition be j ho granted and that an election bo bold the Tthdayof March 1004 In tho said Stephenshaport precinct to take the sense of tbo legal for voters of said precinct who are qualified to 8 votont an election for county officers uppa the proposition whether or not spirituous vinous Me or malt liquors shall be sold bartered Ev or loaned In said preclnt and also whether ten or not tho provisions of this law and probiembition shall apply to druggists In said pre 1 1441Sher11l = each voting place In said precinct on said day of March 1001 for the purpose of taklS atIItho sense of tho legal voters of said who are qualified to vo at an election county offices upon tho proposition whether or not spirituous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned In said precinct also whether or not the provisions of this lawCOand prohibition shall apply to druggists In said precinct And said Sheriff Is ordered tdChgive notice of salt election and hold the sumo as required by law find the officers of elec prl tlon appointed by the Election Commission SVeraNovember election 1003 shall act as officers t0 of said election and tho Sheriff shall so notify them and this cause Is continued A Copy Attest W F HOOK Clerk be Dr T C MoCarty of SpottsvUlega was the guest of his son B H sa McCarty last week SIC 1 t ml I a r Now SomebpdV k IH asa ases stl I Is Going to Get That i be lf i tI dAlana is f 5 000 411 J i 1 l ca1 y i t f r 4 th To Be Given Away and it MTf7 BeYoujf IsJ 1 = TRY TRY TRY TRY HARD See Page 3 for Prtici1rs I E r 4- I 5 I tir l oJ1ir Ifirt T V j 1Y 4 i j tTutts PiUs FOR TORPID LIVER A torpid liver deranges the whole producesiDyspepsia Costiveness Rheu f ntatism Sallow Skin and Piles There Is no better remedy for these common diseases than DR TUTTS proveTake The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY MARCH 2 1001 J E Keith was in Hawesvllle Fri dayThe Henderson Route pay car was hero Friday afternoon Miss Alllene Murray was down from Hardinsburg last week visiting rein jives4 y Oscar Pate and family will go to Kansas to reside the middle of this month i Miss Jennie Bates returned Thurs day to Hawesville after visiting friends here R D Witt lame down from Bew Ieyville Wednesday to viait friends and relatives Mrs Eliza Taylor and grandson Ivy of Caster are the guests of rela fives hero this week J Mr and Mrs S W Squires went to their farm near Hardmsburg Mon day to spend several days Mr and Mrs C P Bnbbnge and son Henry came up from Owensboro Friday to visit Mrs J H Rowland Miss Mary Wirgmon came down from Louisville Saturday to spend several days with MIss Nell Gregory Miss Mary DeJarnette and Andrew Squires of Hardinsbnrg were the guests of Miss Lucetta Miller Satnr r day r Mrs D V Wilson has been called to the bedside of her daughter Mrs L V Adams in Owensboro who is very ill- The EisenbarthHendersoa show boatt towed by the Ennis Taylor Lieu up last Wednesday night at Tobinport on Her way up the Onion Chits Ryan ens re igneedd his poi t Ion with LV H9mnians barber hop and went to Evansville Sunday o accept a like position t Frank Jolly and Alvin Skillman two enterprising farmers of near Ear dinsbnrg were here Wednesday get ting bids on remodeling their homes 1 Harry Hambleton returned last k week from Allentown Penn where he and his brother Chas Hambleton have had positions in a cement plant for several months S E Wilson local agent for the Metropolitan Life Ins Co was in Evansville Friday A nd Saturday at tending a meeting of thA companys employes in the Evansville district D Proverbs When I the butter wont come put a penny in the churn is an old time dairy proverb It often seems to work though no one has ever toldwhy When mothers are worried because the children do not gain strength and fleshwe say give them Scotts Emul y sionIt is like the penny in the milk because it works and because there is something astonishing about it Scotts Emulsion is simply a milk of pure cod liver oil with some hypophosphites especially prepared for delicate stomachsChildren take to it naturally because they like the taste and the remedy takes just as fpaturally to the children be cause it is so perfectly adapted- to their wants For all weak and pale and thin children Scotts Emulsion is the most satisfactory treat ment n F rW Wll ssLld you I tiM nav A e a 1oIsample trite n Bo IUM that thb plctura la the form of a Lbll 1oia lbs wrapper of trefy bottle of Emulsion you buy SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St N Y gecandroo lldniRUU WAYS TO ADVERTISE I The Wise Man May Knslly See Which la the nest Method If you have goods to sell advertise Hire a man with a lauipblnclc kettle and a brush to paint your name nnd number on all the railroad fences 1lIeI cars go whizzing by so fast that no one can read them to be sure but perhaps the obliging conductor would stop the train to accommodate an in quisitive passenger Have your card In the hotel register by all menus Strangers stopping at hotels for a night generally buy a cigarI or two before they leave town and they need some Inspiriting literary food besidesIf advertising agent wants your business advertised In a fancy frame at the depot pay him about 200 per cent more than It Is worth and let him put it there When a man has threequarters of a second In which to catch a train he Invariably stops to read depot advertisements and your curd might take his eye Of course the street thermometer dodge Is excellent When a mans fin gers and ears are freezing or he Is puff ing and phewlng at the heat is the time above all others when he reads advertisementHave of little dodgers printed and hire a few boys to dis tribute them Youve no Idea how the junk dealer and paper and rag man will respect you A boy with a big placard on a pole Is an interesting object on the street and lends a dignified air to your estab lishment Hire about two Advertise on a calendar People never look at a calendar to see what day of the month It Is They merely glance hurriedly at It so as to be sure that your name Is spelled with or without a p thats all But dont think of advertising in a well established legitimate newspaper Not for n moment Your advertise ment would be nicely printed and would find Its way into all the thrifty households of the region here are the farmer the mechanic tie tradesmen in other lines and into the families of tue wealthy and refined all who have articles to buy and money with which to buy thorn and it would be read and pondered and people would come down to your store and patronize you and keep coming In increasing numbers and you might have to hire an extra clerk or two move Into a larger block and more favorable location and do n big ger business but of course It would be more expensive arid bring greater profits Detroit Free Press Ducks and Drakes A schoolboy In JcwelliQity Mo was assigned to prepare an essay on the subject of Ducks and this is what he wrote The duck Is a low heavy set bird composed mostly of meat and feathers He Is a mighty poor singer having a hoarse voice caused by get ting so many frogs In his neck He likes the water and carries a toy bal loon in his stomach to keep him from sinking The duck has only two legs and they arc set so far back on his running gears by nature that she came purty near missing his body Some ducks when they get big have curls on their tails and are called drakes Drakes dont have to sot or hatch but Just loaf go swimming and cat It I was to be u duck Id rather be a drake every time CHENAULT Lee Bosley is very ill MIss Bessie Roberts left Saturday for Hopkinsville Will Manning was in town Satur day on business George Uilliland returned from Louisville Friday Mr nnd Mrs John Limes went to Stephensport Saturday Mrs Barney Cilliland is visiting her daughter Mrs T D Brodie Damel Belwood was here Saturday und Sunday en route to his home in Daviefs county Mrs Fladge Jarboe of Cannelton is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Wm Beavin Mesdames Edward and Errs t Stallman passed through town Satur day en rou e to Derby IndT George Frymire who has been very ill in St Josephs Infirmary came home last week very much improved Miss Rosemary Barony who has been m Louisville under treatment for several months returned home last week Prentias Frymire who has been home for the past few months will go South tnla week on Dick Smiths flatboat AMltuali EnJoy Raclnff 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 plat for their object and are quite different fray those comblied l tubes for fOd 6r ttiuscloBS sbmpedesln which little pigs ore wont to Indulge Racing Is AB Amusement natural to some animals and being soon taught by othcje boonaea one of their moat exciting jaatimes London TltBlta Why H Bid NotTarry rile importuaAte iover iiad Just pro eecd Let your answer be a vowel with n hhgentlyThe charming girl smiled Very well the said GlfCleve land Plain Dealer ULNewsoms COLUMN Now my friends I advise you not tread the following list if you expect to hold on to your money as the tempta tion will be very great to invest it in some of the bargains offered What is the use of always renting property when you cnn buy J have several pieces of property which hav paid for themselves three times- I shall take pleasure in driving you around and showing you the city property Two Horses for sale No 2 Lot and house Oak and Main 2000 Vrto 4 Lot and house O lesby Arl11in 1000 No5 Lot und house Eustland 800 Noll Lot und house Oak street RX No 7 Lot und house Fourth street 800 No 8 Lot and house Huston street 500 No 0 Lot und house Third und Center 500 No 10 Lot und house Hurdlns Creek 500 Nu 11 Lot First Street 600 No 12 Lot and house Short Lino R II 400 No 13 Lot and house Oak street 3M No 14 Four pasture lots 300 No 15 Tollgate house i 300 No 0 Lot und house River street 300 No 11 Lot und house River street 50 I No is Lot and house Wall street SNo 10 Lot and house Oak street 275 NoU Lot and house Eastland 250 Non Lotand house Eastland 250 I No2 Lot and house Center street 300 Nol Lot Wall btreet 520 StreetNoWalnut street 220 200 No 21 Lot and house SII Hardln 200 No 27 Lot and house Center street li5 No 28 Lot and house Center street 115 No 20 Lot and house Chestnut street 125 No 30 Lot Firth street is No 31 Lot Ed 1aie Fifth street No 32 Lot Ed ate corner Chestnut i5 No 33 Lot on Short Lie R R 100 No 34 Lot near Sam Dean is No 35 Lot near Mary Dean i6 No SI Lots 2 Center street 150 No 37 Four acres BIshop 11IIl 250 No 38 Lot I aero and Section louse 175 No39 Lot Oak street near Sanders ItO- No I 40 Lot and house Third street 250I No 4tI Farm 00 acres and hduso 800I No 42 Farm 100 acres und house COO I No 43 Farm 62 acres on 1lko 300I No 44 Farm 82 acres and house on pike 200 No 45 Woodland B5 acres 275 No 48 Woodland 70 acres 300 No 47 Woodland 02 acres 400 No 48 Woodland 72 acres 375i No 4S Three building lots Elm street 300 No 50 One acre and stone quarry on plko 2ji ORDER BY NUMBER I also have an Austin StonoI Crusher with 12horso power Eclipse Frick Engine which I will dispose of on reasonableI terms Good elevator attachedl and all suitable appliances fo making good roads Can crush stone as Just as two teen can feedl it and can be set to crush it into dust Engine power suflicient to run a saw mill Come to R L Newsom if yot- Want Deeds Mortgages Agree upjnformpapers that will stand be fore any legal tribunal Ho also acts as Notary Public oiBreckenridgo county I Attention to the making out an l certifying of Pension Certificates HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Round trip homeseekers excursions to West and Southwest first and Tuesdays each month at greatly reduced rates One way second class colonist tickets to South and Southeast first and third Tuesdays each month at reduced rates One way second class colonist tickets to West and Southwest first and third Tuesdays each month at reduced rates One way second class colonist tickets to Pacific and North Pacific coast points and intermediate points on every day March 1 to April 30 and September 15 to October 15 1004 inclusive Reduced rates Special Homeseekers Excursions t Southwest March 15 greatly reduced rateslower than quoted for other dates Special ne way Colonist rates t Southwest March 15 1004 Reduced prices lower than quoted on other dates The round trip rate of 150 to liar dinsburg and return has been cancelle- d4NNNN000OONOOOON iA Good NT iii T = i 1 i Lunch for i just 15cts1f 11 cents The satisfies lunch wo most servo any maniif appetite because wo servo nearly asmuch for 15 cents tf as is generally served at most restaurants for a quarter We give youA v 4 L S teak oz Count Rain VEggs i- Bread1t odn Cakts 4- yu Coffee jt Erornpt BorYJca and quietude jj- GOFF MAY t Ht IH f H- Ii Cloveq ort Ky 1 t V NNNMN0011 NNOBeat If you want or have anything yon dont want use the Bnttoriok patterns J D Babbage agent v tI WrtsclI ht + t Advertisements Inserted under this lioud at ono cent n a word per week FOR SALE FOR SALEProsli milch cowEd White Clorvrirart JytIon SALE COn PALE Farm of 43 acres Just outside improvementseApply agent ut post olilee WANTED nrO sell 1500 Sycnr lion Diivls apple trees treesdUrerunt t Cloverport Send for list of varieties 3yeur trees HIGHLAND NtmsuitY- Cloverport Ky WANTE- DXANTEnTrustwortliy Lady or Gentle man to manage business In this county and mljolnliif territory for louse of solid t financial startling 2000 btrulcht cash sal ary and expenses paid ouch Monday direct from heaUiiunrters Expense money ad vanced position permanent Address Man Biter 005 Monun Old Chicago t MONEY TO LOAN I 1LIFE Inurancu PillMna bought for cash orI wrltoIJn Attorney atpaw Hardlnslturg Ky FOR SALE PHINTI G Presses and Cutting machines mllchlnesInow second hund Gus and Englnes MAUTIN GABLE MB 3rd Street Louisville Ky FOU SALEEGOSIFOR SALE Hhodo Island Red Eggs Parties winterlayerHeron Irvington Ky FOR S LE II V Hock Eggs 100 per 13 Orders hooked now J G DUTSCIIKK Stepliensburg Ky Fon SALEtole Comb Rhode Island Reds wltor layers and general purpose fowls Sure to satisfy Eggs for sale at 3150 per setting My stock Is from prize winners It J Cain lUwloyvlllo Ky SALE Marred Plymouth ROCK Eggs from line Hock 60c per setting of 15 J WlimvOUVll Hardlnshurg Ky SALE Itarred Plymouth Rock Eggs guaranteed pnro bred stock Eggs 1100 per 15 Can fill alt orders promptly Send me an order will please you Address Mrs Z T Cox Ekron KY WANTE- DXANTEDIartlos owing mo to call at the settle1LUSTLOST Iuhrunrp 24 between 350 and 550 pm u gold east pin with sots In shape of star littwcen Baptist church and depot Re turn to St ieorge Hotel Reward Ion SALEIILOODEI SHORT HORN COWS rowstI Chambers Ky Farming in the South Tho 1nsscnif r Department of tile Illinois Central Hullroiul Company Is Usultip monthly circulars cuiicernlDR frulturowliiK vtKttablo pardoning stock raising dairying etc InI the States of Kontucky Wost Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana Every Farmer nomdI free Circulars Nos 1 to 10 Inclusive und others as they are published from month to month L II ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No48 Dally Fast Train leaves 507 AM stuns at West Point only arrives at Louisville 715 A M 1No 42 Dally Mall and Express leaves Glo verport Louisville stops stations arrives 1215 1 NyNo14 Daily Mall and Express leaves CI verport 443 PM stops at all way stations ex cep Pierce Arrives Lonlsvillo 710 P M WEST BOUND No 41 Dally fet Louis Mall and Express leaves Cloverport 10 0a A M arrives Evans yule 1250 PM arrives St Louis 710 1111 stops only Hawpsvlllc Lowlsport Powers SpottsvilloBasketsNo 43 Evansville Mall and Express Cloverport 735 PM Stops at all way sta lions Arrives at Evansvllle 1030 P M No95 dally St Louis fast train leaves Clo verport 10 611lIi arrives Evansville 1 20 A Hf St Louis f 20 A M stops fit ITn wnoilllo Owensboro and Henderson only No 47 Cloverport Accommodation Dally leaves Cloverport at 600 u Ill Stops ut ILl stations Arrives at Evansvlllo 000 a m Returning leaves Evansville nt 530 p m arrives at ulovcrport 830 p m conneco at Irvington every day ex cept Sunday Trains 41 43 and 44 make con nection on Sunday for Fordsvlllo train Thruogh coaches on trains III 44 45 and 46 Hosleepers on reclining chair cars between Louisville and Lt Louis on trains 45 and 40 FRED MAY Wholesaler and Retailer of Firstclass Me- atstCloverport IIIlor a oi 1 BED H CASPERKE Jewelry illI- nsyrance 0 policies for least money in Life ire Tornado and Accident Insurance e Brandenburg K- yj i j wAMt+ z + WAR = = 1y = cc = IN THE EASTv fu Is of more interest to Russians and M k YJI tit go on with our york or play and ffii ppointp 1 EVAPORATED FRUITSVery Healthful W PRUNESNIcc and Juicy ff V 1 ITIACKERELrI rMAPLE SYRUP Deliclous ji TEAS COFFEECholcest III F WI CANNED QOODSThe Best j l BREAKFAST FOODSlin- f I liI f SEND US AN ORDER X 1 H HJ C NOLTE 5 BRO 1 1MASONICf TEMPLE tt- iiflfJ CLOVERPORT KY j io o t 0 Ce dick Milling CoGRANDVIEW TIS The COMFORT LINE Free- t Reclining Chair Cars Popularo HENDERSON ROUTE Between iLouisville EvansYllle St Louis The West and Southwest As we are the originators of free reclining chair car ser vice between Louisville and St Louis dont you think it would pay you in traveling to Get the Henderson Route habit 1 It will us =Ask iis About It L J IRWIN GEO L GARRETT Genl Pass Agl Tray Pass Agl LOUISVILLE KY Hopsltality At Small Expense ji III II Entlrtllinmelltthat ti pleasure toII 1mlml your ltuestsdoeN nut depend on thoTJ m 11knowledge11tend I hospitality Christine Terhu11otJ tij3 E J CLODE Publisher 1565th Aye NY W = r o Sour StomachNo ness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour risings and catarrh el the stomach are all due to Indigestion Kodcl cures Indigestion This new discovery repre Gents the natural Juices of as exist In a healthy stomach combined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive Kodol Dycpepeia Cur dON not only cure Indigestion and dyspepsia but theta famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomach Mr S S Ball of RTuw i W Va eaju yItodolI afwKodol Digests What Yeat Kat Bottles anIJ S 100 Size hoMlai 2K tlms tile wsize which sells for 50 eats Prepared by E0 DWITT A 00 OHIOAM Sold by all Druggists S W Casey of Vine Grove was here last Wednesday on busi ness l To Say What Flour youll have your bakestufF made from But if you want the staff of lifebread and the relishes Pastry to suit the taste and health of the family order a trial sack or barrel of Cadicks GoldDust Flour from your grocer IND digestion properties = sKEEP POSTED ABOUTjs USStee1CorporationI IThe White V Humble Atlas Map and r Volume of Statistics should lm In the II Imndsof every stockholder Nowhere ll- X else Is the same amount uf Information accessible to the public This volume t shows by a fl vecolorroap the location 1 of plants ore lands railroad and ji olliciali1 rrcaptlill division certificate full textof bylaws r complete legal digest of mortgages etc corrected to October 1103 1 y each orderaccompany lI lItosBALKONLY BY DOW JONES f cotit 44 Broad St Now O The oldest News Agency of Wall street i r und Publishers of the Street Journal WullV U tiUl WALL STREET JOURNAL I = = 1 5000 Paid fora Little bit of BrainWorkBlainwork cupution and especially eo in this case All on earth you have to do is to study tho fig ures given told thcnplaco tlii number of people you think will pay to go into tim Worlds Fair during Mayjf Place tho number on thou i5blankus with u dollar for tho News a year and if your figures aro tho only right ones at check for 5000 will bo wont you See page 3 for further particulars THE NEWS 9 + Cloverport Ky K i r u 1- tt P cI f IL Ir r The Breckenridge News If 1004Ifi j NNNNNONNMNN NN iiIF SEEKING NOT GO WORK TO DOii 1 NN N N N NNN1NNir St LouiaMo Feb 21 1004Mr- J I D Engage Dear Sir You will please send my paper lo the following 1 address until further notice T C Wheeler St Louis Mo Terminal Station General Delivery- I have been here five weeks and miss tbe News a great deal more than when am lit home in Louiville 1 am foreman on a job that is putting 1n thirty rlne hydraulic elevators for the terminal railway at the station My company also has a contract with the same railroad company to put twent one electric elevators in their express buildings making a total contract for sixty elevators and costingI nearly 135000 When nil of the improvements now under construction are completed this will be one of tne largest and finest railway depots in the United states The station proper the train shed the power house express build ings of which there are four 00x050 feet three stories high with base mentand the mail roomsall cover eleven acres- Everytning here is on a boomlbnt It is vastly overdone Wages are high living expenses are high and to say that there are in St Louis 80000 people mechanics and laborers hunting work would not be a bad estimate I may be here until June and then again I may be called away at any timeAs to the Worlds Fair one must see it in order to comprehend what it will be Kentucky has a building here which no one need be ashamed of and it speaks well for the state- I meet people here every day from Kentucky and will be pleased at any time to see any of the boys from old Breckenridge county But if any of them are coming here for work I say for them to stay away as the place is overrun with people hunting something to do Only last night in the waiting room of the terminal station an Englishman commited suicide because he had been here five weeks and could not get work RespectfullyJ Cures Kidney and Bladder Troubles Deep- S ated Cases Aching Back Mucous Discharger Etc For old obstinate deepseated Kid ney Bladder and Urinary diseases take a bottle of Botanic Kidney Speci flu If you have agonizing pains inI back swollen legs or abdomen discharges from the uretha neuralgia of the bladder burning sensation or difficulty in passing water also a frequent desire or even involuntary discharges of the urine Catarrh of the bladder stone Brights disease disagreeable odo of the urine scanty and high colored your kidneys and bladder are diseased Take Botanic Kidney Speci disappeardlsch appear The burning sensation stops and a perfect cure is guaranteed Botanic Kidney Specific 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 chronic cases that rests all other treatment 1 per large bottle at my store or by express Call or write A R Fisher Cloverort Ky Allen Whorley Dead Allen Whorley the nine year old son of Mr and Mrs Jerome Whor ley who live on the Jule Hardin farm on the Hardinpburg piKe about five miles from this city died Friday morning of brain fever He became ill on Saturday afternoon February 20 Beside his parents one half broth er Owen Whorley and fonr sisters survive The funeral was held at 1 oclock Saturday afternoon March 1 April May There is a best time for doing bverythingthat is a time when a thing can be done to the best ad vantage most easily and most ef fectively Now is the best time- x for purifying your blood Why tryingtopimples and other eruptions that bodywHoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Are the medicines to takethey do the work thoroughly and agreeably and never fail to do it youhaveI cannot recommend Hoods Sarsaparilla too highly as a spring medicine When we bettertbroulththeHoods Sarsaparllla promises to cure and keeps the promise l 1 k 1 ws DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the news Diners Is sure to know of the wonderful I cures made by Dr Kilmers the great kidney gal triumph of the nine teenth century dis covered after years off nent kidney blad der specialist and u wonderfully successful In promptly curing lame back kidney bladder uric acid trou bles and Brights Disease which Is the worstt form of kidney trouble Dr Kilmers Swamp Root is not rec ommended for every thing but if you have kidney liver or bladder trouble It will be foundI Just the remedy you need IIt has been testedI In so many ways in hospital work in private practice among the helpless too poor to pur chase relief and has proved so successful IIn every case that a special arrangement his been made by which all readers of this paper who have not already tried it may have sample bottle sent free by mail also a boo a telling more about and how t find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble When writing mention readlnl this xenerou offer in this paper and send your address to KllmerCoBlnghamton SwampRoot liver remedyIt byDrand SwampRoot regular fifty cent and omeot swampnoot dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists Dontmakoany mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kllliners swamp Root and tile address Binghamton N Y on every bottle I KENTUCKY EXHIBIT NOTES The Kentucky School for the Deaf at Danville is arranging an exhibit for the St Louis Exposition to cost 300 Kentucky University at Lexington through its president the Rev Burns A Jenkins is planning a most comprehensive educational exhibit fo the St Louis Words Fair Models o t the college building are to he shown including Transylvania the foundation I of the school system of Kentacs dating from 1703 The Kentucky Worlds Fair Commission is being urged by the exposi tion officials to forward exhibits t 8t Louis without delay Freight congestion is threatened Thirty thousand cars full of exhibits are expected to reach the Worlds Fair City in the next five weeks The Kentucky Commission is leaving no atoneI unturned to have every Kentucky display ready on timeApril 80 To do this it must have all exhibits at the exposition gronodsApril 1 Count ing delays that are unavoidable during a freight congest ion this meansI that shipments in car load lots shopdl leave Louisville not latAr than MarchI 15 Exhibitors are urged to rush their samples and specimens to Kentucky Fair Commission Louisville What blue grass farm will furnish the sod for the Kentucky Building lawn at the St Louis Worlds Fair Tnis a question propounded by the Kentnoay Worlds Fair Commission Ithas been definitely determined to sod the entire lawn around the New Kentucky Home at the exposition an area of 2500 square yards exclu live of walks the commission believes there are many owners of blue grass farms who will agree readily to furnish the sod necessary and it has therefore determined to extend an in vitation to these gentlemen to supply the amount required The commission wilt pay all freighti nharges and full credit will be given the farm or farms furnishing the sod This is a rare opportunity for some farmer to further advertise the ferti lity of his broad acres Correspond encl on the subject is solicited All communications should be addressed to R EHughesSecret ry Kentucky Worlds Fair Commission Louisville The Kentucky Worlds Fair Com mission is anxious to furnish and decorate the interior of the Kent ucky Building at the St Louis WorldsI Fair with tnrnitnre etoeither made or owned in Kentucky Furniture manufacturers of the State are urged to make displays of the products of their factories in this way Name plates will be permitted on every piece thus contributed ana the worth of such advertisement to ouch exhibi tors cannot be estimated There will be needed for the New Kentucky Home at the Exposition I three bed room suits many chairs tables couches bricabrac and orna ments of every shape and description Everything famIshed will be return ed to the exhibitors or owners at the close of the exposition- It is the purpose of the commission to adorn the walls with paintings pastels water colors crayons etc from Kentucky artists and of foreign artists owned in Kentucky Many of both kind have been promised but others are needed Handpainted china pyrographio specimens sculp tory fancy needle work of every Itt 7 f description carved wood etc are wanted Every exhibit or contribn tor will be given full credit Everything will be returned to the owners A very handsome arc design piano has been donated by D H Baldwin Co of Louisville This instrument has been given outright All those wishing to add to the beauty of the interior of the Kentucky Building Are asked to write to R E Hughes Director of Exhibits Kentucky Worlds Fair Commission Louisville +++++++++++++++++ i INTERESTING LETTER iABOUT OLD MONTREAL ++++++++++i+++Hf +++t Montreal P QFeb 14 1004 Editor Breckenridge News Clover port Ky Dear SirI assume the present occasion for writing to give the readers of the News a few facts Italation of 350000 located in a beauti ful valley on an island formed by the beautiful blue ana broad St Lawrence and Ottawa rivers Just back of the city and on ItS border line lies Mt Royal a beautiful wooded mountain almost as round as a sugar loaf and TCO feet high on the sum mit of which is a magnificent park and summer resort traversed by drivewaysIa fine panoramic view of Montreal and hundred ot miles of the adjacent country Three of our states New Hampshire and Vermont are seen in the distance and on a bright and balmy day the famed Adirondack mountains of New York and Mt Washington and Green mountains of New Hampshre and Vermontare easi ly diceruible The Park Toboggan Slide down the slope of Mt Royal is no doubt one of the grandest in America It is two miles long down the steep side of the mountain eachrI inchesfdeep of solid smooth ice Now they drag their toooggans to the summit oneYto five get on the toboggan each on top of the other in stairstep shape and in this manner they start it off and down the slope they glide at the- o tremend one speed of more than a mile and a half a minute Old men 65 years old often join in the sport riding down the ice track and dragging back up the mountain their toboggans Hundreds of men women and children dally visited Park Toboggan Slide afternoon and night to witness this greatest of all winter sports This has been the finest season for such amuse ments known to Canada for ninny winters as the snow tall hag broken all previous records It IS piled up in huge steaks all over the city and in uninterrupted spots it Is exactly on a level with my shoulders The mer cury has stood from five to twentyfive below zero for four weeks and the St Lawrence alibis point being two miles wide Is frozen to such a depth as to afford a fine and safe driveway across the river during three months of the year Just above their driveway si the Victoria Tubular bridge a mag nificent structure over the St Law rence and is so far as I am posted the longest bridge in the world being 10500 feet long and cost 7000000 The churches In Montreal are iium erouH which has given the city a reputation for more sanctity than It probably deserves The Catholic religion here is in the majority and some of their institution are among the finest on this continent The Notre Dame Cathedral is one in which more than 11000 people can attend mass at one time It has two massive towers nearly 1300 feet hign which contain the largest tell in America weighing almost thirteen tons and whose voice only heard on rare occasions as at the death of some royal personage and a few other events when all Montreal is awakened to it mo urnfnl call The St James Cathedral anotner immense structure modeled after St Peters at rome is built in the shape of a cross and its huge dome on the line of that of the Capitol at Wash ington is plainly visible from the summit of Mt Royal and many parts of Montreal Some of the Pro testant institutions are St Andrews church St James Methodist church old St Gabriel church and Jewish Synagogue yet none of them are so grand and costly as t those of the Roman Catholics Montreal has numerous schools sem loan es and colleges of which the most noted IB McGill College a ninversity of wide fame that occupies a most beautiful and sanitary site Herein find t1 for which send me me News for one year Faul B Hardin 2691 SL Catherine street Montreal P Q If its a bilious attack take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets anda quick recovery is certain For sale by Short bt Haynes I ilJo4j L iAwJLL new + x Y 66j Main Y Here is the of only DEAR SxRA year I with thought at the time that I had heart and to at almost any I made my mind to write to R V I did and a to take his Golden Medical I took six and say I have neither I who are from to write to at once have my to this letter you wish you your I am yours MRS HOOPERIiI R V N Y PO The II is no or II FREE I moIItanr looeI I I I + +1 11111111111t 111 1 11 ill1 iTHINGS JALONG THE ROAD + fId i F++ JJJJf +++ JJJffffJJ Ueo Lyddan of WAbster sold a pair of three year old to H L for I860 Henry says he hasnt the fastest team in the county but knpws has the best The Kirls looking for a spin behind this span A lady over on the Branch in explaining to the writer the differnce between printing and publishing said uYou may print a on my but you dare not publish itII We sug gested that a young could get around that by the forms the Impression wouldnt show and re her to Henry DeHuven Moor manJonn of is feeding 100 head of hogs and the prospect now is that will a 6 cent market which will give him a very handsome profit Ditto is down with measles at Taylors Training Withers of Mnldrangh re ports the fruit crop in fine condition I He says there is a very promising outlook for varieties Macey and ByronBeanohamp of have gone to West Vir ginia ts work in timber for Will DowellDick sold a load of hogs on the Louisville market last at 555Richard Moorman who was para llyzed several months is able to out and walk Around with the assist of an attendant He is at Glen with his Mrs Jeff is bright and cheerful has a appetite and bids He says is two or three dead mun Dean of Glendeane there a crop He says it is not hurt yet CASTORIAI For Infants ani Children Tli Kfri Yn Nan Always Built Bears the- tgtattsri IBAICSJ rr II a Good FairyWould only bring health to mesays many a man or woman afflicted stomach troubles blood or complaint In many cases Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery is the good fairy which brings good health a strong stomach pure blood and an active liverMost diseases begin some trouble of the digestive organs or of the Troubles of this nature starve the body because they prevent it receiving its proper supply of nourishment Dr Pierces Golden gooddigestion4 and liver These are the organs that nourish a mans body This makes them strong vig orous and It fills the blood with the nour that builds and healthy flesh ymuscle and 7 1000 Forfeit Will be cheerfully paid in lawful money of the United QoStates by the undersigned proprietors of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery if they cannot show the signature of the individual volunteering theiIiA testimonial published below and also of every testi 1monial among the thousands which they are con stantly publishing attesting the superior curative properties of their several medicines and thus proving the genuineness and reliability of all the of testimonials volunteered by grateful people in their behalf Worlds Dispensary Medical Association Proprietors V Street BUFFALO N experience one among many ago was troubled dyspepsia trouble was expecting die minute up Dr which received prompt reply advising me Discovery bottles can truthfully that heart trouble nor now would advise all suffering either trouble Dr Pierce You permission publish wherever Thanking for kindness Very gratefully LOIS To Dr PIERCE Buffalo Red Bluff Norris Mont Discovery purely vegetable and contains alcohol 1 I I I l i HEARD J mules Kurtz he are all young kiss cheek publisher ferred Akers Irvington hb strike David school Louisville Worth all Frank Lodlburg Owen car week ago be ance deane daughter Owen good fair to recover he worth yet- Charlie thinks will be good wheat of with disorders liver back with liver from intestines medicine healthy solid nerves original multitude Pierce dyspepsia narcotics adjusting Whittier Safeguard When an overtlmid visitor from the city once commented to the poet Whit tier upon the insecurity that seemed inseparable from so many doors open lug out from all sides of the large old country borne the master of the house strove gently to restore confidence by pleading that most of them were lock ed at night rot to Be Thought Of Mrs NewlywedYes Harry has only one fault dear fellow lie will smoke cigarettes Mrs Oldfflrl Why dont you break him off it Mrs Newlywed And leave me nothing to scold him about No Indeed Cincinnati Times Star Laying flown the Law Lady entertaining friends little girl Do you take sugar darling The Dar ling Yes please LadyHow many lumps The Darling Ob about seven tad when Im out to tea I start with ukePunchIIITOIE INSTANTLY CURES HeadAche THE ONLY LIQUID REMEDY ON THE MARKET THAT IS PLEASANT TO TAKE Harmless Safe at All Times Prompt and Efficient CURBS NeuralCURES Nervous seas CURBS Nausea CURBS Sleeplessness CURES quJetathe Price 25cF- or Sato By SHORT HAYNES Sol +AgeBtsla Cloverport SICILIANHair Is it true you want to lookold P Then keep your gray hair If not then use Halls Hair Renewer and have all the dark rich color of early life restored to your hairIlJOW ysttJ WM K Ii a L wya r+ Chintz Royalty Practical Surveyor also Notary Public 1can survey your Lands write your Deeds and take the acknowledgement at your home This saves you trouble andcost Your Patronage Solicited rAddress me at Hardinsburg Ky I 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE DESIGNS MARKS 1 I IICCPYRIGWTa dtC Anyone tending a sketch and description mar i ascertain our opinion tree whether aue t aalcklT Is probably P tentabl 4t Comninnlea Mons strict confidential HANDBOOK on Patent lent free Oldest opener for ocurinzpatenU- Patents taken through Stun Co recelro tptetol not ke without charge In the Scientific fliwricait A handsomely Illustrated weekly largest dr calatlon of any sctentlQo Journal Terms 13 a newsdealerPIWNNBranch Otncee36 iBt waebington n- t i l i Correct Dress for Men I If we makeryour suit this fall you can depend onjj CORRECTNESS OF STYLE EXCELLENCE OF TAILOR I ING RELIABILITY OF r FABRICrIJH Hunsche + With Casper May It Co Cannelton Ind J L MOORMAN DENTISTI OfflceorerO U t Hardware Btore j Prompt attention to all kinds of DENta 1l Work Special attention to FINE GOLD FILLINGS AND CROWN and BRIDGEWORK Prlen Moiirefi Sillifieliea WarnIsei t 1 T try a 4- F tl t The Breckenridge News h t WEDNESDAY MARCH 2 1904 THE EASTERN WAR AS i 1 N1NNiN1 TOLD IN DISPATCHES 1 Wednesday Russia In a note of protest sent tall o the Powers claims That Japan sincebreaking off diplomatic relations has violated all the laws of civilized nations governing such relations tnat Japan has landed troops in Corea an independent empire in contravention to all custom hod seized Russian mer chant vessels in the harbors of Corea a neutral nation that Japan has an nonncedthat Corea will be under her administration or she will occupy the Oorean Emperors palace In response to a cable request the following message was received from Count Leo Tolstoi the great Russian writer I am neither for Russia nor Japan but for the laboring people of both countries deceived by theirGov ernments and obliged to tight against their welfare conscience and re ligion Japs destroy seventy miles of railroad track between Harbin and VladiL r jrvoetouand expect to starve ont Via M divostoKsoon Thursday Czars warships sink two atone laden steamers at Port Arthur and dis able four others Viceroy Alexieff drives off torpedo boats from battleship Retvizan Some Japanese are drowned and St Petersburg wildly rejoices Viceroy Alexieff in a proclamation tells the Chinese in Manchuria that they must be good to the Russians qr they will exterminate them Japanese war loan of=f49 800000 has been covered four times and patriotism tsrdmpantFriday A dispatch from CheFoo stat s that Manchuria is rising against the Rus sians A contributor to the Daily News of London says that King Edward has asked Count Benckendorff to make it perfectly clear inSt Petersburg that every move or action of France out side of the limits of the strictest neu- tralityt would bring England Into the field us an ally of Japan Japanese officials in Japan are pre serving secrecy regardingall operations rof the war United StatesGovernment orders omore beef to be shlppedtrom this country to Russia Both Japan and Rnesia seAm to be ignoring each others treaties with other countries Japs again attack Port Arthur but are repulsed I Chance is a word void of sense Noth Ins can exist without a cause Vol mire OIliER WOUlBS rOur sole knowledge of the pea pIe on other worlds and how far the nnnl there differ from our inhabitants can only be guessed by comparison with animal nature on this small sphere of ours More important to us is a knowledge of ourselves KNOW TUYS Itt was an old Greek thought How to take care of ones own v lyIs not so simple as some think the human mechanism is a wonderful thing and requires watching One man who has done more to teach the American people how to care for their bodies than almost any other is Dr R V Pierce of Buffalo N Y the Author of the Common Sense Medical Adviser He says It is not the quantity of the food eaten which produces strength and health for some people can keep strong on a very meagre diet but it in how much food is absorbed and assimilated by the blood and carried to nourish every organ of the body It is therefore vitally necessary for the body that the stomach be in a healthy state If disease of the stomach or what is called stomach trouble prevents proper nutrition then the heart liver lungs and kidneys do not get proper food they are not fed on rich red blood and in consequence begin to show signs of distress Outwardly these signs may be pimples and eruptions on skin pale face sleepless nights tired languid feelings or by reason of the nerves not being fed on pure blood they become starved and we receive a warning in the pain we call neuralgia Rheumatism too is a blood disease After years of practice and study Dr Pierce found that an Alterative Extract which he named Dr Pierces Golden Medical Dis covery made from the extracts of several plants invariably produced a tonic effect It helped the process of- absorption of the healthy elements in the food and increased the red corpuscles of poisonsfromBusiness is business No time for head aches Constipation causes them Doctor Tierces Pleasant Pellets cure them by cur faaf the cause Laxative and mild Sir Colin Campbell Commission When the Duke of Wellington was in India he discovered the soldier who afterward became Sir Colin Campbell That dashing warrior was in the commissariat service and had volunteered for an assault on a hill fort The duke saw a little round man run up a ladder and receiving a pike thrust at the top roll down like a ball to the bottom He was however up again in an Instant and running up like a squirrel was the first or among the first in the place The duke laughed inquired about him and procured him a commission The Nam Witch Hazel The name Witch Hazel is much abused E C DeWitt Co Chicago are the Inventors of the original and only genuine Witch Hazel Salve A cretain cure for Cuts Barns Bruises Eczema Tetter Piles etc There ar many counterfeits of this salve som of which are dangerous while they are all worthless In buying Witch Hazel Salve ace that the name E C DWeltt Co Chicago Is on the box and a care is certain told by All Druggists Where Man and Bo Differ Pedlgree In a dog makes him valu able doesnt it Certainly 4 Funny isnt it Whats funny Why Its my experience that pedi gree makes a man pretty darn near worthless Chicago Post All Eyes on St Louis The eyes of all tile world will be turned toward St Louis during the year 1904 Everybody will want to get from first hands the news of the greatest Worlds Fair wnicn the world has ever seen Our readers are advised tnerefore to subscribe for the greatest St Louis newspaper a newspaper which acknowledges no equal or rival in all the West and which stands in the front rank among the great newspapers of the world Subscribe for the St Louis Globe Democrat and get 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 Neighbors Will Double Up W C Batter of Chambersdelivered 0000 pounds Prior tobacco here Wed nesday at 5 350 and 1 He says he will put in naif a crop this year Some of his neighbors thinking there will be a short crop and higher prices will double up- i It Saved Ills leg P A Danforth of LaGrange Ga suffered for six months with a fright ful running sore on his leg but writes tnat Bucklens Arnica Salve wholly oared it in five days For Ulcers Wounds Piles Its the best salve in the world Cure guaranteed Only 25o Sold by Short Haynes druggists No Place For Icemen I had letters to a prominent official In Porto Rico said a New York manu facturer of artificial ice plants and I went down to that island thinking I had a sure grip on a big thing I made an appointment by letter and on a cer tain day and hour was ushered Into his office and we had no sooner shaken hands than he turned to the attendant and said Jose bring the gentleman a fresh glass of lemonade and see that It Is good and hot It was hot enough to melt a dog and I felt rivers of perspiration running down my back and when that boiling hot lemonade was brought In I knew that I was dished So It turned out I might have sold red peppers or horseradish but as for Ice they didnt want any In theirs The Best Prescription fur Malaria Chills and Feverish ouitieof droves Taite lessl Chill Tonic It Is simply Iron and Quinine In a tasteless form No Cure No Pay Price We Columbus and the Gulf Stream historyegulf stream great influ ence has been on the fortunes of the new world Before the discovery of America strange woods and fruits were frequently found on the shores of Europe and off lying Islands Some of these were seen and examined by Co lumbus and to his thoughtful mind they were confirming evidence of the fact that strange lands were not far to the westward These woods were carried by the gulf stream and by the prevailing winds from the American continent so that In part the gulf stream is responsible for tho discovery of the new world Nursing Mothers Need a helpful natural tonic something that will give them extra strength not draw upon their needed reserve strength as mere stimulants do I WALTHERS Peptonized PortI is an ideal tonic for nursing mothers It is composed only of finest Iiimported Port Wine a bloodmaker and strengthgiver of demonstrated i value in combination with pure Pepsin which enables the mother to get the maximum amount of strength from her food t Doctors prescribe Walthers Peptonized Port for nursing mothers convalescents i dyspeptics weak and aged people Two sizes SO cts and 100 THE WALTHER PEPTONIZED PORT CO Pittsburgh Pa FOil SALE BY4 ikn Kypi i r Ir v I I y fii JUDICIAL SALE In the Circuit Court of the United States for the Western District if Kentucky Owensboro Division Columbia Finance Trust Company Complainant- vs Central Clay Product Company Defendant By virtue of a decree of foreclosure and sale made and entered by the Cir cult Court of the United States for the Western District of Kentucky Owens boro division held therein ou the Oth day of January 1004 in the above en titled cause I as Special Master ap pointed for such purpose by the said de cree will sell at public auction to the highest bidder in bar and free of all right andequity of redemption in said defendant Central Clay Product Com pan y upon the laud and premises here matter described on Wednesday the 23d day of March 1904 at 12 o clock midday standard time the following propertyAll the lands rral estate buildings machinery and other things coulpIetehrlck particularly That certain tract or parcel of land situated near and adjoining the limits of the City of Clorerport Breckenridge county State of Kentucky containing thirtyone and onehalf 3134 acres bounded as follows Beginning at a stake on Murrays line the original corner thence with the original line south fourteen and one half l4i degrees east seventyfive 70 poles to a stake in the center of the pike road thence with the pike road to a stake the division between this lot and the lot laid off for Bacon and wife thence north fourteen and onehalf 1434 degrees west one hundred and three 103 poles to the original line be tween Fishers and Murrays tracts of land thence south sixtynine andone half 693 degrees west fiiftynine 59 poles to the beginning being the same tract of land mentioned in the deed from Elizabeth Wi kerson and others to George C Patton Trustee and the same mentioned in the deed of W Cox Commissioner to Elizabeth Wilkerson dated October 1st 1863 and of record in the office of the County Clerk of Breck enridjje county in Deed Book V page 603 and the same tract of land men tioned in the deed from the Patton Vit rified Brick Company and George C Patton Trustee to George C Patton individually and the same tract of land mentioned in the deed from George CI Patton to toe Central Clay Product Cotnpanv 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 buildingsbrickbuildings structures erections fixtures improvements and additions and all- rights franchises rights of way ease ments privileges interests and immu pities belonging or appertaining to the business of said defendant and all its plant machineries boilers engines wagons carts live stock tools imple ments materials supplies patent rights and its other property of every kindand nature all ofwhich 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 with all and singular the tenements hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging and 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 andevery pert and parcel thereof The foregoing property does not in cludge seventyeight cars together with the rails guard rails and extras for angle guard rails which were procured from the Atlas Car Manufacturing Company TLe sale of all the foregoing propel ty shall be in one lot or parcel and as a whole and no bid for the same of a sum less than nine thousand dollars will bereceivedAt same time and place I will also sell at public auction to the highest bidder seventycicht cars together with the rails guard rails and extras for angle guard rails procured from the Atlas Car Manufacturing Company for which no bid of a sum less than five hundred dollars will be received Each bidder shall be required to place in my hands at the time of the accept ance of his bid and and as part of said bid and as a pledge thnt he will make good his bid if accepted by the Court a sum equal to twentyfive percent 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 being seveutyfive per cent of his bid each purchaser shall execute a 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 the maturity or said note of paying the same with interest thereon from the day of sale Each purchaser shall also have the option of making the deposit of twenty five per cent ana the deferred payment of seventyfive per cent by surrender ing to me at tbe time his bid is ac cepted bonds and overdue coupons stcured by first mortgage executed by the defendant to the complainant said bonds to be received at such value as the holder may be entitled to receive thereon in case the entire purchase price were paid in chash except that such bonds and coupons shall not be accepted in payment of the costs of the action the cost of advertising and making the sale the allowances to the trustee and his counsel the allowances to the re ceiver and his counsel and the allowance to the Special Master all of which shall be paid in cash when and as the Court may hereafter order For further particulars and fcr a morr 1 specific description of the personrx to be sold reference Is hereby mf the decree and the papers on file above cause V RICHARD N HUry Specs If you want or have nnytblnK you dont want use the Bnttericb patterns J D Babbage agent e i NMe 9 e m N ti NN TilE growing popularity nf then eat Southwest and the continual Increase In to that section especially on the first and third Tuesdays of eat h month tvicouragesthe I TOURIST SLEEPING CARS of latest pattern In Train o5 leaving St Louis H35 p m commencing December 15 1K3 and euih first and third Tuesday following until further notice Returning Tourist Sleeper will arrive St Louis following Monday In Train No IJhorjlntScheduleSOUTH BERTH RATE NORTH R3311 m Lv St Louis Frisco System Ar T20 II m I 431 it in Ar Sirlngtlold i00 Ar 1205 li m 000 a m Ar Monett 100 Ar 1040 p m- 12s20nn4lOp m- 420i Ar Paris 200 Lv m- Lv furls 2oo Tex MidAr 1150 u m 907 pm Ar Knots 250 t Lv 050 am I 1010 pm Lv Ennls 5011 TAr 545 am 010 u m Ar Houston 3o0 iw 910 pm Returning Tourist Sleeper leuves HOUSTON First and Third Saturdays Oslo p m I otFrlico1K+ M WISIIART T R A St Louis J STUART TAYLOR T I A Evansville irNtill t mtl m m s ii iM H GABBERT i 1 i of Elizabethtown Ky T DISTRICT AGENT FOR 1 HOME INSURANCE CO NEW YORK IITImLARGEST COMPANY IN TUB WORLD t This company writes FIRE LIGHTNING nnd TORNADO INSURANCE giving the most liberal contract on farm and town property Prompt settlements guaranteed in case of loss Prompt attention given to any matters that may come up J B HERNDON Solicitor Irvington Ky NNN iii NNNN- SNNNNNNNNNNNNN iiiNNINNNNNNNN4 IIDAN BROOKS CO LIVE STOCK i COMMISSION flERCHANTS I CENTRAL STOCK YARDS LOUISVILLE KY NNNNONNNNNNN NNNN NNNNNN NNiNNNONNNiNNiN iiFACTS ABOUT THE i iiCANNING INDUSTRY iI N NNNNNNNNNNiNiCloverport Feeling that a few suggestions o the above subject by one who has ha large observation and who has been most interested and consequently most observing concerning the busi ness both as it relates to the raising of tomatoes and the canning of the same I take pleasure in offering this article to the News Some years ago I was pastor of the Baptist church in Fincastle Va and while in that section I had occasion to be out over the county a great deal Many of my members were farmers and engaged largely in the business of raising and canning tomatoes- In this way I was brought so to speak face to face with the great in dustry which I may say is paramount to any other in that county The history in brief of this indus try in Botetourt county Va is this Tae county in its early history had been raising some tobacco on the hill lands anrlln the valleys grass wheat and corn were raised but the land very much the same soils as found iin Breoicenridge county becme eld and worn these crops were not as profitable as they had been so the price of the land went down and many of the peo ple sold out and came West In the meantime some Pennsylvanians and Marylanders came into the county and bought in much of the land These wideawaKe people saw that the land was well adapted to trait and espec ially to tomatoes and they began the canning ndustry ona smallscale T r t Sll canneries have held full f that county ever since and e county is noted in the East orth as the greatest tomato sec anywhere These small canning Ktfits will coat any where from 350I to 800 and are scattered through theI county Indeed many of them fir owned by private farmers or by sev erallfarmers going together in part nership and in this way they invariably clear more than fifty cents d per bushel on their tomatoes Their wives and children find Iit a pleasant and profitable employment and the farmer Is enabled to realize on his product a greater return and in less tlmethan on tobacco corn wheat or erenhay The cnlture of tomatoes is about what the culture of corn or potatoes is landdthan any of the products men its component parts being mostly waterI confident that if farmers In IV Breckenridge county would turn their aettention to this Industry their bang account would be greatly increased and their land much improved It will soon be time for the seed to be sown which are treated much like the raising of tobacco plants As I do not want to be too lengthy witn my are tlcle this time I will perhaps in the near future go into detail concerning the business Anyone wishing Infor mation however will be accommodat ed if they address me stating their desire Very trnly yours S O Christian Suggested The Cloverport Foundry and Machine Co is able to give you prices on outfits and help you to start the business Rnshville Ind Messrs Ely Bros I have been a great sufferer from catarrh and hay fever and tried many things but found no permanent relief until I found it In Elys Cream BalmIaDout eight years ago and we havejneen fast friends ever V since Rev R M Bentley Messrs Ely BrosFind enclosed GO cents for which please send me your Cream Balm Iflnd your remedy the quickest and most permanent cure for cold in the head catarrh etc Yours truly Dell M Potter Gen Mgr Arizona Gold Mining Co To Abandon Hawesville Hnwesvllle Ky Feb 24The Ohio Valley Milling company which hail pastefew years has decided to abandon Hawesville and will sell the property or remove it from this city just aa soon as thelbusiness can be settled r r IJ r rI A l1 TIe Breckenricige News 114r f WEDNESDAY MARCH 2 100 1i IRVINGTON J 6900 ranges for 3000 at Jollys I r c sfR M Jolly was in Louisville Thursday t Orchard grass and clover seed at J G Co w 20 Ibs granulated sugar for 1 cash J G Co Miss Dolly Claycomb was In Clover port several days last week Newsom Gardner spent Sunday with relatives at Union Star Miss Dolly Claycomb spent Sunday in Brandenburg with friends MM It S McCHntick returned tc her come in New Albany Saturday I Mrs McCoy and little Morris who have been quite ill for some days are Improving i W J1 Piggott C L Chamberlain and L P Moorman were in Louis ville last week Mrs Wm J Piggott entertained a number of young people at Panic Friday evening A Dig lot of furniture just recieved at Jollys Their prices knock out allcompetitionMiss Mitchell of Louisville will arrive soon to be the guest of MmsNilla irury Mack Herndon of Henderson came up Sunday to be with relatives and friends for a short while I Misses Stump and Wood man of Louisville are the guests of Misses May and Blanche Claycomb Miss Eva Herndon will leave Wed nesday for an extened visit to her sis ter Mrs Berry at Nashville Dont forget that Rev P CII Duvall will preach in the Methodist church Friday night at 7 oclocK Little John Walter Jolly and Alton McCoy are spending sometime in the country with their respective grand parents Horace Scott of Hardinsburg traveling salesman for the Standard Oil Co was in towon Monday and TuesdayPaint J paint paint the celebrated I Peerless Mixed Paint is the purest j and best Call on J G Co IfIo you want to paint anrtbingtt The Social Clnb was delightfully entertained at the home of Mrs L B Moreman Tuesday evening Progressive Crimp was the feature of the eveningAn cut in shoes hats clothing dry goods laidien cloaks and skirtsJJ at Jollys for bargains next 10 days Now is your time for bargains For jewelry clocks watcnes knives and forks plated and solid spoons or sewing machines look at J G os stock They will save you 13 inpriceDont fail to examine J G los J stock of the celebrated Ames bug gies They are the best and cheapest Everything fully warranted Whoa you buy get the best It alwayspajs They also have a full line of hurnessjj Eggs have declined but the way to mince the same amount of money use Dr Beans Poultry Food It increases the egg supply and makes your poultry healthy Also tine stockI fooa and louse killer Nothing 100rtI valuable or profitable for stock Sold oy J G Co Tne lady manager of the Busy Bees Juvenile Missionary Society is very proud of her little Bees They truly deserve the name they bear AI recent mite box collection amounted to more than three dollars Drought in from cniy 0 of the children having boxes They have paid this Confer ence vear 10 besides their dues and counting out fund with proportional thank offering This is gratifying to more than one interested party Our sonool underProf Tuttle is pro greasing nicely The outlook at Ayers We know what all good doc CherryPectoral tor and find out He will tell CherryPectoral you how it quiets the ticklingIi I throat heals the inflamed lungs and controls the hardest of coughs Ajeri Cherry Pectoral 1U well known In our family We tlilnk U If the beet medicine In the world for coughs and colds KATIE IETIMISON retaluuia Cal toe SOc Alee 4 c A YEn co All drulnstfor amodom nard Coughs Ono of Ayors Pills at bodtlmo will hasten recovery contly laxative t 1 present is propitious for a mostsat isfactory school under his manage ment Parents make a mistake by not taking advantage of the spring term of school Mrs Lewis of Brandenburg has charge of the must class We need a thoroughly capablei teacher in elocution Delsarte and physical culture than we would feel that the need of sending our boys and I girls away from us would not be a necessity Stops the Cough and Works off the Cold Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets euro a cold In ono day No euro No pay Prlco S3c WEBSTER Some sickness in the community j C Kurtz has an attack of la grippe George Chism has moved hero from Puynesville IKO Hnynes little daughter Flora has pneumonia Miss Norris Kurtz has a slight attack of measles j Win Carmen has moved toa far near Brandenburg Mrs W L Black is able to be up after a serious illness Reese French and wife of Pierce visited T J Compton Sunday Little Hal Payne wno has been seriously ill is somewhat improved- A telephone line between here and Lodibnrg is fn process of construction The second telephone line between here and Irvington will be constructed soonMrs James SKillman of Cloverport visited at Jonn McGavouks last Sat urdayH L Kurtz nnd Miss Nan Lyddan visited at Guston last Saturday and SundaySWill Hull Jr nas ben laid up for several days on account of a sprained ankle Mrs E M Davis of West Tlew visitea her brothers Hollis and Thur man Dranelast Sunday Happy Healthy Children Any child can take Little Early Risers with perfect safety They are harmless never gripe or sicken and yet they are so certain in results that robust constitutions requiring drastic means are never disappointed They cannot fail to perform their mission and every one who uses DeWitts LIt- tle Early Risers prefer them to all other pills They cure biliousness Sold by All Drug lst DERBY IND C M Hargis came up from Can neltoti Tbnisday Joe Davis came down from Con cordia Friday Charles Marcllliat was in from Leopold Tuesday Miss Grace Lanre of Concordia is visiting relatives here Chas Mogaii who has beeu quite SiCK is now able to be out Miss Myrtle Mitchell visited Miss Pearl Hargis Saturday and Sunday Oscar C Carr of EHzaDethtown Ky is tho guest of relatives and friends here Fladge Jarboe of Cannelton and James Jarboe of Chenault were in town Saturday McGintyleftthey will reside in the future Miss Rose Davis left last week for Richmond Ind to take a position at the hospital there as attendant The masque ball given here on Fob 16 was attended by people from all tthe surrounding towns It was a de lightful ball and was enjoyed by everyone EKRON Ed Wrather of Sirocco was in town Saturday Rev Kendle spent Friday night with Z T Cox and family Florence the little daughter of Mr and Mrs Smiley Henry is better Mr Kendall of near Irvington was the guest of Will Wright last weeK Miss Mallie Tilford opened school here Monday with a fall attendance Miss Manel Fonshee spent sometime here with her friend Miss BeHie Blair last week- MissIMInnie Woodfolk went to Har dinsburg Friday to visit Miss Benlan Hook and other friend Miss Cora Dowell returned Friday from a very pleasant visit to her aunt Mrs Battle McCoy Mr fc rs W M Frymire spent a most ImJoyable day Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs Archer Lee Richardson and his mother Jack Sykes and family and Mis Cora Dowell were the guests of Mrs Tom Pavne Sunday Mrs Adelia Crayoroft entertained at number of young folks to a sociall dance Wednesday night All present had a most enjoyable evening Rev mmbJe tilled his regular ap pointment at Hill Grove Saturday and Sunday Despite the mud and DR FENNE- RSKIDNEY an- dBackache All diseases ladderAlso Dropsy Female TroublesCURE Dont become discouraged There is a cure for you If necessary write ir Venue 110 lias spent a llfo time curing Just suchI cases us yours All consultations Free IBuffered 10 years with backache and ki ney trouble Tried a great many physicians ej without relief Dr Tenners Kidney and Back ache Cure is the only Remedy that ever helped me and after using only two bottles I feel on tirely cured Have no pain or ache of any kindC Miss ALICE McDONALD Omaha Neb Druggists We II Ask for Cook BookFa Fur Sulo By abort llaynes wind a number of our townspeople himtMrs John Brown was at Lodiburg MrsmHardin who is a sufferer from an at j tack of paralysis received severn months past Colds Cause Pneumonia One of the most remarnnble cases ofE cold deepseated on tho lungs causing pneumonia is that of Mrs Gertrude ti Fenner Marlon Ind who was1 entirley cured by the use of One1 Minute Cough Cure She says The coughing and straining so tveakene- me I that 1 ran down in weight fromI 148 to 02 pounds 1 tried a number of remedies to no aval until I used One Minute Cough Cure Four bottles 0 this wonderful remedy cured me en tirely of the cough strengthened my lungs and restored me to my normal weight health and strength IfSoldi by All jJrnggists LOUIBURG Ivy Squires has returned to Clover portEstelle MoKaughan was at Stephens port Sunday- C C Grant is at Sample with hi brother Jas Grant who is 111 Miss Anna B Grant is recuperating after a severe attack of Jagrippett Willie Avitt visited pie cousin Bo Cashman of Union Star Sunday Mrs B A Johnson and MinnieI Hardin visited atHolt last weekII Miss Znla MoKaughan of Stephens port lis expected here soon and willIl I be the guestt of the Misses Grant I Mr and Mrs C L Avitt Mr an Mrs Otis Otlff and Mr and Mrs Sash Avltt were the guests at ClauseI Grants Sunday Laxative Bromo Qunw esaColdboneA 1D2 Days on every i D2re box 2 J 5 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 UNION STAR Roy Leaf was in town Sunday Charles Brown visited here Thurs dayL B Hall entertained at euchre Saturday night John Chandler and family have moved to Lodlburg James W Hall and R M Cart joined the Sundayschool recently Mrs D S Richardson is suffering from nrecenQittaok of ndigestion comdinanity last week purchasing horses hogs f1t- oFranklin Kiuoheloe of HardinS burg was the sue t of Miss Mary SundaySMrs Minnie Canary of Toll City Ind is with her mother Mrs Jake Brown for a few Norvan Barbee QISII guests of Mrs Ernest Smith of Hites Run Friday Miss Anna Compton formerly of WmlRooertson of Pierce Three dances in our community this week vizat Carlton Stiffs Tonn- f Riddles and John Cashmans James Barger and wife ofFrymire are thinking of locating here for the purpose of putting into operation an other blacksmith shop bolddiets Hospital at Marlon Iud writes that he is Improving slowly and thnkrt he will be able to return homer in June RAYMOND Mrs Squires is no better at this writing t Alex Henry is still confined to hie room Miss Ivy Squires returned home from Cloverport Saturday G C Grant visited his brother Jas Grant of near Samples Miss Hallie Mercer of Louisville is visiting her sister Bettie Miss Essie Cashman was the guest of Miss Myrtle Philpot Sunday werebin Louisville last weeiC on business LonisvllleIspent last week with Miss Lizzie HeadMrs G W Cashman Is visiting her mother Mrs W H West near RandWalter Cashman spent Saturday and Sunday with his sister Mrs Winfield Hendry ePATESVILLE J M Fawver is on the sick list Miss Iona Baker of Floral is visit ing relatives at this place Cans Early June Peas r Cans Polks Tomatoes for L L Cans Sugar Corn for aL- f b Cans Salmon for f Cans for Pounds Peaches for Pounds Large Prunes for Scotch Oats for Pounds Good Lard for homaaNhaw isery ill with i ttitn Little James Shaw who has been ill with pneumonia fever IB slowly im provingT W Harmon one of oar leading merchants was in Cloverport Tuesday for the first time in four monthsMr and Mrs F K Gordon and little daughter Pauline of Owens boro spent several days last week with relatives Little Stellaand Lucian Gordon and their grandfather E 0 Gordon left for W Virginia Saturday where they will spend the spring imd summer Oscar Young James Lamb Uras and Lawrence Lawless Ollle Lynch Bell Frymire and Walter Jar boe helped to comprise party who are working in the timber business near T JHIner and R W Fry mire our physicians are us busy as bees riding till night each day as the whole country iu overflowed with sickness of many kinds suoh as measles scarletfever and pneumonia APHORISMS m Rest Is the sweet sauce of labor PlutarchTo without reflecting is like eating without digesting Burke Better a little chiding than a great deal of Repentance Is the golden key that opens the palace of eternity Milton A straight line Is the shortest in morals as In mathematics Maria Edge worth Think twice before you speak or act once and you will speak or act the more wisely for ItFranklin There is no Impossibility to him who stands prepared to conquer every haz ard The fearful are tho failingSrJ HaleThere never was a person who did anything worth doing that did not receive more than he gaveH W creates beauty every where It Is the grossness of the spec tator that discovers anything like grossness In the objectHazlitt Drain The brain Is an Important organ serving an It docs to keep the head from collapsing Almost all styles of doing the hair call for a head of some sort Again there Is nothing like ahead to set oft a fine neck Finally we should feel rather foolish without our headsFor a long tUne scientists were una ble to discover why It is that the brain Is divided into white and gray matter It remained for a clever French savant to solve the difficulty Quite likely said he the loud col ors had not yet come in when man was deals with the organic aspect of thought To psychology we owe the knowledge that calfs brain makes good soup Fuck 2 19 3 6 3 3 3 Lyon Coffee for i Pounds Sugar for Large Mackerel for u i Cans Deviled Hri i tAMacaroni V for Pounds Mince Meat for Jars Set JiAN EDITORS i t In the of Humours j E with More Than r Effect with a J A from 1 a Most and 1 Lady 1 II A tumor came on my neck and la a G day or two it was as large as half an orange I was very much alarmed fob fear it was malignant My friends FtriedF physician but dreading that ho would insist on using tho knife I would not consent to go Instead I got Cutlcura Resolvent and Cutlcurs Ointment rtook tho former according to directions l and spread a thick layer of thQe Ointment on tho swelling On renewing It I would batho my neck In very1 warm water and Cutlcnra Soap Ins few days tho Catlcura Ointment hat J drawn the swelling tq a head when w broke Every morning it was opened J with a largo sterilized needle squeezed 1 and bathed and fresh Ointment put on Pus and blood and a yellow cheesy tumorous matter came out In about three or four weeks time this vl treatment completely eliminated the tumor The soreness that had ex 31 tended down Into my chest was all gone and my neck now seems to be perfectly well II About flvo or six yearn ago my sis ter had a similar experience used the Cntlcura Remedies with magical effect I am willing you should use my test t monlal with the further privilege of revealing my name and address to such persons as may wish to substantiate the above statements by personal letter H to me Chicago Nov 12 1902 Sold throughout the world Cntlean EeoIrmttdoe i On form of Choeolte Coated Fllli Me Ointment We 8oe15co rati i London JT ChuUr ppa Sqr PsruS Ru de le PaiKI BOlton ier Colam 1as dn Pons Drug Chem Corn Sole ropristore i 1 A nit of Curran Wit An Irishman loves a Joko so wellJ that he keeps the memory of a goolllt ono always green In a book of recplI lections by nn old member of tho Irish parliament Is an amusing Illustration of Currans ready wit A certain judge Lord Norbury was famous for tho alacrity with which ho condemned prisoners to death whe lie might have pronounced a mar merciful sentence On one occaslo when ho was dining In public with th foremost members of the Dublin bo he helped himself to some meat at thy same time asking Is this hung beef r Not yet said CurraB qulckl Your lordship has not tried it r I Fountain Pens cheap J D It a Babtiage Son l i p 1 l Cyesh P i t I 1 Spencers A Sweepstake WagonersOysters Evaporated Packages 25c 25c25c 25c25c 25c25c 25c 25c 25c r1mrj1rheuDJattsm monthsMessrs MattinglyDrs heartbreakShakespeare BeecherRefinement createdPsychology Packages i Granulated l liforlPackages Jellyfor One Table Tumblers EXPERIENCE Treatment Magical CUTICURA REMEDIES Remarkable Testimonial Intelligent Trustworthy r v I Ie15tII41brUoYoCDrtEnJ7111UD01U rites t 25c L e5ce 1 l 25c 1 J 25C 25c r e 25c i a tOe rt Bring us Your ProduceID Babbage Si SonDLeaders in Low Prlcesa a I t i