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I 4 I q 1 f h tj THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSJ fr ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINTk t VOL XXVIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 9 1904 8 Pages NO 34 r t H it4Y f la i Q sI st r a I 3 fa r d d ll n tJ It e e j e Ii h r Je I n lI3b lII lIl 311as ashe heb l hell r i j BIG JOB FOR NEW COMPANY President E E Reynolds of the American Wire Company of Clinton Town was in the city Friday and let a contract to the Cloverport Foundry and Machine Company for the mann facture of sixty wire looms to be used by the former company in their new plant ut Clinton The looms When completed will cost 31000 or 350 each The contract is to be finished Dy the first of August Mr Reynolds and President Madison L Christian of the Cloverport Found ry b3 Machine Company left Saturday for Chicago where the pattern for each piece of the wire loom to be manufactured will be gotten out The pattern work would be done here but would require more time than at Chicago President Christian is ex pected to return from Chicago in the next ten days with the pattern machine Within the next week the foundry works will DO in shape to turn out the first castings for the loomsThe contract secured from the American Wire Company is consider ed a large one for a new concern like the Cloverport Machine and Foundry Company but one which at the same time has the necessary facilities for turning out the work DEBTS WORRIED HIM Guy Deane who was located in Waco Texas last week returned to Owensooro Saturday afternoon at 330 oclock A reporter for the Owens boro Messenger went to Mr Deanes home that evening and asked Mr Deane if ne would like to make a statement concerning his absence and its motives Mr Deane declined to make any statement whatever Con cerning the matter Sundays Mes senger says in part It has become known however that Mr Deanes queer conduct was the result of finan cial difficulties He was harassed with debts he could not meet and after long worrying over them felt he could no longer battle with them and on tho Impulse went to Mexico and secured a position In a day or two however thoughts of separation from his wife and child overwhelmed him and ho returned to the United States going to his nearest friends Mr and Mrs 11 S Triplett Jr at Waco Then hb wrote to Mrs Deane and Mr P arlsh He has teen greatly depressed and unnerved but that is all Four Escape Two Dismissed Of the six drunken youths who broke up a singing school at Pincbeco in Hancock conntyon Saturday night February 27 four fled to Breoken ridge county and two were tried before Judge Stephens lAst week and dis missed because of defects in the warrants The two tried were Will Warner and Sam Overton Those who escaped to this county were Jake and John Richards and Otis and Scott Smith Wentz Must Pay 4000 The suit of Allen S Edelen of Burgtn Ky against Dr John L Wentz of Scranton Pa to recover 4000 for alleged breach of contract to buy a pair of horses resulted in a verdict for the full amount of the plaintiff plus the Interest on the sum and the board of the horses since last fall in a Louisville court last week Mr Edelen married Miss Elizabeth Beard of Hardinsbnrg where he IB wellknown Funeral at Webster The funeral of Horace G Stewart mention of whose death will be found on anotner page waj held Saturday at Webster his old home Mr Stewart did not die at the Kentucky To bacco companys plant but was in jured there und died at St Josephs Infirmary later A slight mistake in the first sentence of the article about nis death gives rise to this correction Harrington Found Guilty The jury in the case of F Seymour Harrington on trial at Clayton Mo charged with the willing of James 1J MoCann last June found the defend aut guilty of murder in the first degree Saturday at midnight The murdered man was husband of a Miss Jessie Calhway who several years ago was a whiner In this city OA T 02RtB- eals theThe Kind You Haw Always Bought IIpturo Y41of Jf CITY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS The city council held its regular meeting Monday night with the fol lowing members present Joe Fitch C S Lamb Henry Yeager S H Mc Cracken J W Pate and J H Brown Councilman Lamb was elected mayor protein in the absence of Mayor Reid Much minor busi ness was passed upon und only a few importint questions were up for con sideration Mike Popham applied for license to run a pool table in the city and same was granted Ordinance No 44 prohibiting ve hicles of all kinds on sidewalks was passed The street committee was in structed to notify Mr Jno Lilian either to repair or remove the shed attached to his tobacco warehouse as it is in a dilapidated condition Among other accounts and claims J R Stdllmau and J A Deane the Owensboro attorpeys were allowed 50 for services to the city in the Jno Hall case The bill reoAntly introduced into the State Legiplatnre aSKing that towns of this class be empowered to employ an attorney outside of tho city at a regular salary was discussed to some extent The bill was originated by the council drawn up by Mr Skillman and introduced in the House by Mr Day and in the Senate by Mr Rich ardson If the bill is passed the council expects to employ Mr Skill manThe council adjourned to meet next Monday night to consider bids for electric lightsDIES AT RIPE AGE Mrs Jane M Fairleigh relict of the late James L FaIrleIgh of Meade county died Saturday afternoon in Owensooro at the home of her daugh ter Mrs Chapeze Wathen She had been ill for several months and her death was expected She was seventy nine years of ago Mrs Fairleigh was prominently connected in this city Owensboro Hardinsbnrg and Brandenburg She was a daughter of the late Col D R Murray of this city and is a halfsister of Gen D R Murray of Hardinsbnrg and Logan C Murray of Louisville Mrs R L Newsom and Mrs J D Brashear of this city are her nieces She is survived by three children David W and J A Fairleigh of Louisville and Mrs Onapeze Wathen of Owensbbro Mrs Fairleigh lived in Branden onrg the greater part of her life and resided in Owensboro something more than a year The remains wero taken to Brand enburg Sunday morning for inter ment NATIONAL CAPITOL The Smoot investigation ana the appointing of a national chairman of the Republican party are the most en gaging topics at Washington just at present A special says that benntor Quay wants Roosevelt to appoint Senator Penrose to the position left vacant by the death of Hunua and the leaders are said to be favorable to the movement In this case Penrose wonld be chairman in name only wnile Quay would really be the cam paign manager In the Smoot in vestigation President Joseph F Smith president of the Mormon church and a star witness says that he is not polygamous that he will never desert hjs five families and that Congress has no right to meddle with his affairs Logan Murray Robbed Porchclimbers made ricl hauls at the homes of Samuel A Culbertson and Logan C Murray on Third avenue Louisville Friday evening securing jewelry and money to the amount of tr400 At the home of Mr Culbertson 1034 Third avenue the tbieves secured diamonds and other valuable jewels the value of which is fixed 1200 by Mrs Culbertson whose personal property it was while at the home oi Mr Murray 1633 Third avenue but a tew doorssouth of the Culbertson homethey secured Mr Murrays watch and several jeweled pins belong to members of the family The watch is valued at 100while the other jewelry taken is worth about 100 Sells Large Monument J E Keith was in Owensboro Fri day and sold a large Barre granite familY monument to Richard Ware r N Presidential Booms Washington March 7Tho Parker Presidential booth continues to gain strength among Democratic members of Con gress The Hill victory in the Now York State committee has given it quite a lift The crystalization of sentiment among Southern Congressmen in tho last ten days on Parker has been followed by a distinct setting of tho tide of tho Northwest toward tho New York Judge Former Gov Lind of Minnesota said today that tho Northwestern Democrats now looked to Parker as a man on whom all might possibly agree Washington Post in its now columns today says sentiment is growing rapidly among DemocratsthutiiiiTho t I e e+ m tt QUay Wants Penrose decision to cancel his en tYashingtonMarcht to his desire to allow Empire State to drift along for a few days without taking any decisive action The Governor is busy harmonizing things by humiliating Senator Platt through the removal of his friend State Chairman Dunn It is announced that the Old Man is politically dead This has happened about one thousand times When the Democrats roll up a big majority in NeW York this fall the Odellcrowd will probably blame it on Platt regardless of the fact that he is now supposed to have no power in Now York Republican politics The Governor also takes oc casion to deny that he is after the chairmanship of the National Committee Ho even goes further and says ho would not i silver platter In this connection Senator Qua4of Pennsylvania saw the President this morning Quay wants his colleague tor Penrose to step into Hannas snoes With titular chairman Quay would really have the Senaii the campaign and in case the Republican ticket elected Quay would hold tho same position as Hanna held un 1 del McKinley The relations between President Roosevelt J and Senator Quay are already very close and the President is seriously thinking of taking the advice of Quay and asking his representative Penrose to accept tho chairmanship e WITH STATE SOLONS Next Thursday the General Assembly will adjourn sine die With six working days left some thing like 260 bills remain for consideration Nearly all the important measures were passed during the first month of the session On Saturday the House authorized a committee to investigate certain charges made against the manage ment of State prlRons Also on Satur day Governor Beokham signed the bill reestablishing the Geological Survey at an annual cost of 15000 Many other bills of more or less Importance are before the Governor this week for nis approval Mrs Henry Smith Dead Big Spring KyMar 8 Special The remains of Mrs Henry Smith who died in Louisville last Monday were brought here And burled at the Baptist church Wednesday She Wag Miss Emma Tabor before her marriage and formerly lived in this nelghbcr hood Browns Business For Sole Owing to bad health I want to sellout my entire business in Cloverport Ky All new new house new goods amounting to 5000 Will take cost for everything Only strictly cash business In the State that takes in f5C dally at a fair profit Call and see me at once Julian H Brown Making IImprovements The directorate of the city cemetery desire that all lot owners improve their property as soon as possible Some of the lot owners are now clean ing off their lots As soon as the weather permits the proposed im provements as mentioned in the News previously will be made Needs Medical Treatment Derby Ind Mar 8Special- Mr Late Elder who was shot from ambush sometime ago and has never recovered left for LouIsville Monday for medical treatment To Handle Implements- Big Spring Ky Mar8Speoial Jack Collins was in Louisville last week and has made arrangements to handle all kinds of farming Implements in connection with his black mi thing t DEPARTMENT MEN At a meeting of the Kentucky Worlds Fair Commission held Friday all the members were present with the exception of W T Ellis of Owens biro and A G Caruthof Louisville The appointments for superintendents of exhibits made by President A Y Ford were unanimously approved The following appointments were made Agriculture I B Nail Mineral 0 J Norwood W U Grider assistant Tobacco C D Campbell Frank Sutton assistant forestry A N Struck William Boa assistant Education K H MarK Horticulture M F Johnson Trans portation J J Telford Fine AI ts J M Eddy Womans Work and Relics Mrs Fannie A Carothoru Twentyseven candidates announced for hostess of the Kentucky building Several ballots were taken but at no time did any candidates receive eight votes a majority of the commission Work to Begin Soon Work on the building of theKentucky Traction Companys road between this city and West Point will be begun probably peat month We are making all preliminary pre parations said F Joseph Herrmann of the traction company Everthing is now in readiness to begin actual work of building the road as soon as the warm weather opens The ultimate terminal of this road will be at Nash ville Louisville Herald Will Not Locate Here Dr W B Boon the Hawesville dentist who was contemplating locat ing in this city will not come here Last Weanesdav he went to Paducan to the regret of many friends at Hawesville and will spend the spring in the mountains Buys II C Pates Farm Hebert Roberts of West View has bought H C Pates farm near Ball town for 550 He will move on it at once and prepare to raise a big crop this year Besides being a good far mer Mr Roberts has been a success ful schoolteacher for years F M F I Company Meets Frymire Ky Mar 8Special The Farmers Mutual Fire Insur ance Cmpany met Saturday at the Frymire schoolhouse I3LI Dakin Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE There is a quality added to the cake and biscuit by the Royal Baking Powder which promotes digestion This peculiarity of Royal has been noted by physicians and they accord ingly endorse and recommend it Royal Baking Powder is used in baking by the best people everywhere ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK LATE WAR NEWS Sunday Belief prevailing in London that there ifl now small prospect of inter vention in the far eastern hostili ties by any ot the great powers It is the belief at St Petersburg that there will no heavy land fighting with Japan before the last of April Russia is said to regard the crippling of Port Arthur as a matter of relatively small Importance Monday Vladivostok bombarded by seven Jap anese ships for fortyfive minutes but shore batteries do not reply owing to long range Russian squadron in the harbor fail e l to venture out Japanese make flank movement to wards VladivostokTuesday Official dispatches from Yin Kow nay that the Japanese fleet is again bombarding Vladivostok Koreans enraged oy Russian ex cesses drive th9 latter across Yalu river IS MUCH IMPROVED Tb condition of Mr A B Skill man is much improved over what it was when he was taken on Tuesday of last week to Louisville to be operated on at St Josephs Infirmary Unexpectedly Mr Skillman began to im prove when he arrived at the Infirm ary and it was decided not to perform the proposed operation Since then he has been steadily improving and his physicians now report his condi tion normal He will return to this city today if the weather is favorable MORE TAXES TO PAY Hardinsbnrg Ky Mar 8Spec- ialCounty Court ClerK W F Hook has completed the recapitula tion of the assessors book for the year 1004 It shows a total of 4381 513 worth of property in the county The exemptions amount to the sum of 607371 leaving for taxation a total of 3777142 This is an increase of 87004 over the assessment of last year The Hardinsbnrg Magisterial district shows the largest part of this increase and lists more property than any die trict in the county with the Clover port district a close second A com parison of the assessments of tho var ious districts shows that thE people of Hadsonville list their property better than those who live in other portions of the county Sprague in Trouble Again The blowing out of a cylinder head on the mammoth towboat Sprngue caused dissolution and disaster to a big tow that the boat was trying to shove upstream over the falls at Louisville Monday The Sprague had a tow of thirtyfour pieces thirtyone empties and three loaded lumber barges and was assisted by the steamers Transit and Fulton ONLY ONSARMED There were a number of minor civil cases and three criminal cases in the regular police court Monday Willis Clark was fined 2 and costs tor disturbing the peace and Chas Barrens colored fl for boarding A moving train- Saturday at midnight sevenl pistol shots were tired at the negro dance hall on upper Water street A dance was just croaking np an1 Marsnal DeHaven went to the scene to learn the trouble He could find no one who did the shooting but searched about twentyfive of the male participants in the dance On only one strange to say he found a revolver Guy Bel mer the unfortunate one was tried before Judge Wills Monday It was proven that ne had the weapon but that it was not concealed No other arrests were made School Report Report of Irvington College for the month ending Friday March 4 1004 The following are the names of the pupils securing an average of 00 per cent or more High School Honor Roll Misses Nelle Dnwell 05 Mable McGlothlan 05 Maggie Bandy 05 Claudia Bandy 04 Nellie Smith 03 Ethel Dowell 00 Relia Lowls 01 Clyde Simmons 00 Roland Smith 02 Walter Piggott 02 Preparatory Honor RollAgnes Haynes 07 Herbert Hensel 05 Kendrick Jolly 04 Eliza Piggott 01 Louise Lewis 00 David Herndon 00 Gendry Bramlette 00 Highest class grade are as follows Latin Mable McGlothlan and Clyde Simmons 07 algebra Mable McGloth lan 07 Pnyslology Roland Smith and Maggie Bandy 100 English Clyde Simmons 05 Grammar David Hern don 00 History Herbert Hensel and Clyde Simmons 100 Arithmetic Adv Nelle Dowell 07 Arithmetic Intermediate Kendncrf Jolly 00 Arithmetic 2nd Alfred Herndon Agnes Hynes Susie Bandy and Harold Mudd 100 Writing Nelle Dowell 08 Reading Nelle Dowell 07 Spelling Herbert Hensel Nelle Dowell and Mable McGlothlan 100 On account of sickness Bessi3 Wrather Claire Jolly and Eunice Simmons could not take thA examination Parents are requested to cooperate with the teacher and send children reguarly R B Tuttle Principal Home at Irvington Rev W A Hynes the Metho dist minister at Irvington and Miss Willibee Moorman of Big Spring who were married the last of February at Big Spring will mane their nome at Irvington Will Farm with Brother Roy Bandy of Guston left last Tuesday for Iowa where ho will en gage in farming with his brother Lee Bandy who has been In that state for the past few years and has been quite successful L ii a I J tr t f j r e I I I I +1 11 I I I I t I Z Z I I I Z I J I I I I I I I I I t I I I I I I I I I I WrtWJI I mamqjffljjjijiJjyjjjjjtytyQQX2 Q3JjjJ tJ LMM J MMM t t nII I TIlE STROLLERS I By FREDERIC S ISHAM Author of Under the Rose tttCopyright 1902 by THE DOWEN MERRILL COMPANY TMrfrthtthrtrtttrt trtrtrtrfrtrtrtrtrtrCrtrtrtrirtrfttrtot Ll a T Le Ld yJL t S JJ ftJW44 LL CHAPTER XX11 city bustling mid animated THE day like an energetic house was at night a pay do molfwllo awakening to new Ufo und excitement The clerk betook himself to his bowling or billiards nn the mechanic to the circus while beau ty and fashion repaired to the concert room or to the Opera Francals to listen to llalevy or Donizetti Restless Amer icans or JIrishmen rubbed elbows wit the hurrying Frenchman or SpaniardI and the dignified Creole gentleman of lolsurc nlone was wrapped In a pleni tudo of dignity computing probably the Interest he drew on money loaned those assiduous foreigners Soldiers who had been granted leave of absence or lad slipped the guard at the camp on Andrew Jacksons battle ground swaggered through the streets The change from a diet of pork andI bonus nod army hard tack was so marked that Uncle Sums young menI throw restraint to the winds took the mask balls by storm hnd gallantly as tailed and made willing prisoners of the fair sex Eager to exchange their irksome life In camp for the active campaign in Mexico It was small wonder they relieved their Impatience by many a valiant dash Into the hospita bletown Carriages drove by with a rumble and a clatter revealing a fleeting Silo was NOW silent us a mouse glimpse of some beauty with full dark e eye Venders of flowers Importuned the passersby doing a brisk business 1 the oyster and coffee stands reminded the spectator of a thoroughfare in Lon don on a Saturday night with the peo ple congregating about the street stalls but time brilliantly Illumined places of amusement with their careless patrons plainly apparent to all from without resembled rather a boulevard scene In the metropolis of France Probably says n skeptical chronicler here and I thore are quiet drawing rooms and tranquil firesides where domestic love is a chaste presiding goddess But tho writer merely presumes such might have bleu the case and It Is evident from his manner of expression he offers tho suggestion or afterthought chari tnbly with sonic doubts In his mind 1 in Certainly he never personally encounf tared the chaste goddess of the hearth or he would have qualified his words find made his statement more positive From the life of the streets the land baron turned Into a well lighted en trance mussing into a large luxurious- lyI furnished saloon at one end of which stood a table somewhat resem bllng a roulette board Seated on one sloe was the phlegmatic cashier and n opposite him the denier equally im passive Unlike faro the popular New Orleans game no deal Lox was needed the dealer holding time cards in his hand while n cavity In the center of the table contained a basket where h tho cards once used were thrown A largo chandelier cast a brilliant light upon the scemi- eMessieurs faitcs vos Jeux drawled the monotonous voice of the dealer and I expectation was keenly written on the l faces of the double circle of players As the dealer began to shuttle together six packs of cards and place them in a rowan the table he called out Nothing more goes gentlemen1 The rapidity with which the cashier counted the winnings at a distance and shoved them here and there with the long rake was amazing and bewilder hug to tho novice risking a few gold places for the first time on the altar of chance a oh dear stild a light feminine voice as tho rapacious rako uncoremo piously drew In a poor diminutive pile of gold Why did I play V Isnt it pro rkimigy You have my sympathy Mistress 1VUSID breathed a voice near her Looking around she had the grace to Mush becomingly and approached Man ville with an oxpresiive gesture late trig Adonis and Kato at the table r Dont be shockedI Mr Mauvllle Bho began hurriedly We were told It was among tho sights and having natnural curiosity I understand Armed with right enusncss why should not one go any where r- Why indeed she murmured But Im afraid Im taking you from your play Im not going to play any more t night Tired already- d No butbut I havent a cent Th Itofmiserable table has robbed me of evt scything All I have left pltcously ore the clothes on my back Just so he agreed But It might- h I have been worse How In dismay Didnt that sto ny looking man rake in my lost got piece He didnt even look sorry cI timer But what Is the matter with your carat The land barons expression b came ominous You shook hands withi your left hand Oh I see the duel IIow did you hear about It asks c1be Mauvllle irritably Oh in a roundabout way Murder will out And Constance she was BO solicitous about Mr SaintProsper but rather proud I believe because he with a laugh came off victorious Susans prattle although nled by Innocent glances from her blu eyes was sometimes the most irritating thing in the world and the land baron goaded beyond endurance now threw oft his careless manner and swore in anI undertone by every devil in Satan I calendar Cnn you not reserve your soliloquy until you leave me observed SUSll1II sweetly Otherwise I regret to have shocked your lady ship he murmured satirically- I forgive you raising her guilelessI eyes When I think of the provoca j tlon I do not blame you so much That Is more than people do In yourII case muttered the land baron sac agely Susans hand trembled What do J you mean she asked not without ap prehension regarding his answerII Oh that affair with the young officer the lad who was killed in the duelII you know IIer composure forsook her for the moment and she bit her lip cruelly Dont she whispered 1 am not j to blame I never dreamed it would go so far Why should people I Why he interposed ironically Susan pulled herself together YesIwhy she repeated defiantly Can women prevent men from making fools 1 of themselves any more than they can j prevent them from amusing themselves as they will Today it Is this toy to morrow another At length bitterly = a woman comes to consider herself only a toy Her companion regarded her curioustly Well well he ejaculated finally Losing at cards doesnt agree withtyour temper Nor being worsted by SaintProsper with yours she retorted quickly Mauvllle looked virulent but Susan feeling that she had retaliated in am pie measure recovered her usual equanimity of temper and placed n conciliatory hand sympathetically on his 1111II We have both had a good deal to try tlusmeneare she added suddenly As If youtcould not find other consolation I He directed toward her an inquiring glanceSome time ago while I was actingn London resumed Susan thought the leading lady refused to receive the attentions of n certain odious English lord She was to make her ap pearance in a piece upon which her rep utation was staked Mark what hap ypeneeI the stage My lord led this hostile demonstration and all his hired cla In teInel1IhYounot to say a trifle diabolical Your play She opened her eyes widely I have suggested no plan she interrupted hurriedly Well let us sit down and I will tell you about n French officer who But here is a quiet corner Mistress Susan and It you will promise not to repeat it will regale you with a bit of interest Ing gossip the Itlauj 11Forblunexcnslonsnow silent as a mouse drinking In thene others words with parted lips nod sparkling eyes First he showed her the letter Francois lead brought him Unmarked by postal indications the missive had evidently been intrusted to private messenger of the governor whose seal It bore Dated afoot three years previously it was written In a somowhal illegible but not unintelllgl ble scrawl the dukes own handwrit fug I send you my dear marquis began tho duke n copy of time secret re i port of the military tribunal appointed to investigate the charges against your kinsman Lieutenant SaintProsper ami- degret the finding of the court should here been one of guilty of trellson11C SaintProsper and AbdelKader met the tomb of a marabout From him the French ofllcor received a fa focus ruby which he thrust beneath his zuboot the first fee of their compact at That night too town lay ming et tr a turbaned host armed with yatai ghans stole through the flowering cac- tuses Sesame The gate opened to them they swarmed within The soldiers l surprised could render little re sistance The ruthless invaders cuti them down while they were sleeping or before they could sound the alarm The bravest blood of France flow lavishly In the face of the treacherous onslaught Ulood of men who lad been his fastest friends among whom 1he- adl been so popular for his dauntless courage and devilmaycare temerity But a period fearfully brief and t beloved tricolor was trampled In the dust The barbarian flag of the emir floated In its place 1a1mt SaintProsper played In the terrible ourJprisoner ins himself confessed The necessity for secrecy you my dear marquis will appreciate The publicity the affair now would work locale lable injury to the nation It is Impel ative to preserve the army from tho taint of scandal The nation hangs on a thread God knows there is iniquity abroad I who have labored for the ilndgt noii through want of bravery but from in ternal causes A matter like this might I lead to a popular uprising against the army Therefore the ling wills It shallJ burled by his faithful servants As Mauvllle proceeded Susan re mained motionless but when he con eluded she leaned back with a pleased smileWell he sold finally How piquantly wicked he Isl exclaimed sheII thaI e eland baron I And he carries it without a twingeI IWhat a petrified conscience I That ac j ounts for his unwillingness to talk about Africa went on Susan Sol sdiscs as a rule you know like to tellI nil about their sanguinary exploits But the tented field was a forbidden topic with him And once when I asked him about Algiers he was almost rude jly evasive lIe probably lives in constant fear his secret will become known said Mauville thoughtfully As a matter of fact the law provides that no per son is to be indicted for treason unless within three years after the offense The tribunal did not return an Indict ment The three years have Just ex Aired Did he come to America to make sure of these three years But Susans thoughts hind flitted t I another feature of the story How strange my marquis should bet connected with the case What an old compliment monger he was He vowed he was deeply smitten with me And then went home and took to his bed added Mauvllle grimlyI You wretch I said the young worn playfully So that is the reason the dear old molly coddle did not take me toj any of the gay suppers he promised Is it not strange SaintProsper has not met him You forget the marquis has confined to his room since his brief bu disastrous courtship of you His InIfatuation seems to hnve brought him to he verge of dissolution Was it not worth the price she re rising But I see my sister and Adonis arc going so I must be off too So glad to have met you You are no longer angry with me No you are very nice she said And you have forgiven me Need you ask pressing her handI Good evening Mistress Susan Good evening Oh by the way III have an appointment with Constance rehearse a little scene together thisII Would you mind loaning meII hat lotterII With pleasure but remember your promiseIPromise repeated the young wooI manNot to tell Oh of course said SusanlBut if you shoulc1ntIThen Then you might say the marquis friend and admirer gave you the It would perhaps be easier for you to account for It then for me Susans feet fairly danced as she flew the St Charles and burst into room brimful of news and- mportance She remained there for some time and when she left It was noteworthy her spirits were still high To be Continued NEWS OF INTEREST Word was received in Louisville Thursday that two commissioners of French Government would soon be Louisville to purchase tobacco for country As the cigar and to business in France is controlled- clusively by the Government it Is likely that the tobacco trust will have n lively competitor in the market for the product of Kentuckys tobacco Melds which will of course benefit the farmers of the State to a large extent In a case in which the late R J Meyler was defendant the U S Supreme Court decided that Ken tucky and Indiana have concurrent jurisdiction on the Ohio river Kentucky has always claimed the whole river np to the low water murk on the Indiana side The Brownlow Good Roads bill will become a law nt the present session of congress because the appropriation bills are already so large that the republican leaders do not dare to pile them any higher It is as certain to pass the short session as is the bill to pay the running expenses of the gov eminent A special from Washington says Representative Hemeuway and several of the Kentucky members of congress visited the post ffice department this afternoon and entered a protest against the proposal to abandon the river mulled service between Evansvllle and Louisville Several attemps have been made within the last few years to cut out the service but Representative Hemenway has always succeeded in convincing the- o department that the service was worth all it cost Cures Kidney and Bladder Troubles Deep Stated Cases Aching flack Mucous Discharger Etc For old obstinate deepseated KidI ney Bladder and Urinary diseases take n bottle of Botanic Kidney Speci fic If you have agonizing pains In lack swollen legs or abdomen dis charges from the urethu neuralgia of the bladder burning sensation or dim culty In passing water also a frequent desire or even involuntary discharges bndderIstone Brights disease 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expelledI Dyspepsieas i strength to and builds up strength in the human system It is pleasant to the taste and palatable and the only combination of dlgestants that will1 systetappropriate I strength giving qualities Sold by AllI Druggists Confederate Coinage It is a matter of history that the entire coinage of the Confederate states consisted of four half dollar pieces The obverse side had a goddess of liberty same as United States coins in an arc of thirteen stars in her right hum a shield of conventional design with Liberty thereon and be low the date 1801 On the reverse side was an American shield beneath a Liberty cap the union containing seven stars representing the seven se ceding states the whole surrounded by wreath at the left cotton In bloom at the right sugar cane The legend was Confederate States of America In the exergue Half Dol The bor ders were milled and the edge was ser rated New York Tribune FEMALEWEAKNESS Ml 12 Ooncreia St OctITII02Isuperiorto luffered 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free address TUB FLOYD MEDICINE CO botllesIIk FLOYDS DYSPEPSIA TABLETS ofJnl oanri Sold by all Druggists The Retort Dlnilnlnful Ellen Terry the faious English ac ones took a girl out of the poorhouse to train as a servant But she was altogether hopeless and was contluually breaking plates dishes and everything she laid hands on until Miss Terry thought that in time she might break her so she die girlsto come to any harm when she was go rng away she asked her what she was going to do for a living Oh she said disdainfully if tho wust come to the wust I can go on the stage CANCER CURED DY BLOOD BALM All Skin and Blood Diseases Cured Mrs M L Adams Fredonia Ala took Botanic Blood Balm which effectually cured an atlng cancer of the nose dad face The sores healed up perfectly Many doctors had given up her case as hopeless Hundreds of cases of cancer eating sores supperoting swellings etc have been cured oy Blood Balm Among others Mrs BM Uuerney Warrior Stand Ala Her nose and lips were raw as beef with offensive discharge from the eating sore Doctors advised cutting but it failed Blood BaIm healed the sores and Mrs Onerney is as well as ever Botanic Blood Balm also cures eczema itching humors scabs and scales bone pains ulcers offensive pimples blood poisoncarbunclescrofula rising and bumps on the skin and all blood troubles Druggists 1 per large bottle Sample of Botanic Blood Balm free and prepaid by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and sealmletter It is certainly worth while vestlqating such a remarkable remedy as Blood Balm cures the most awful worst and most deepseated blood diseases The CoW Violet It is said that of all colors violet iis the one most stimulating to the eye coats and that the electric light and more especially that given out by tho large lamps used in many public places is rich in violet rays It is claimed violet dresses and draperies are response ble for many eye cases and for not a few of the skin troubles about which the dermatologist is frequently con suited If its a bilious attack taKe Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets anda quick recovery is certain For sale by Short Haynes A hint Thnt In Feared The dieter Pica candata is a bird that is Jesll ted and feared through out south Germany It belongs to the raven tribe and is about the size of a dove with black and white feathers and long pointed toll It builds its nest ia orchards and its life is sacred If it is seen three times in succession on the same house top in n place remote from its home it is believed to be a sure sign of death in that house If it tiles and gives its peculiar cry the sick person is sure to die but if it does not scream the patient may re cover It is better for the sick per son if the bird does not come near No one could be hired to bother these birds for fear they might seek revenge and if by chance one of them should die it Is u sign of bad luck to the owner of the property where It is foundI The bird is a valuable Insect destroyer and in this way probably more than compensates for the fear it occasions among the farmers Anliiinl Become Insane Insanity in the human subject is sup posed by some to have no analogue in the lower animals Yet many cases according to Dr Snell son will lead to the permanent loss of self control Cattle driven from the country through crowded town will often work themselves into a frenzy Horses have gone triad on the battlefield At Balaklava nn Arabian horso turned on its attendant threw him down and kneeling on him attacked him like an Infuriated dos An instance is related of a docile horse suddenly going mad on a hot day Everything that came In Its way it seized in its teeth and shook as n terrier does a rat A scien fist of authority even goes so tar as to prove by what appears to be incontest able evidence that cats dogs and monkeys have been observed to have delusions very similar to those of in sane people London Globe rt I JOHN S CULLEYI JjMBRICK CONTRACTOR j 1rTHIS IS A- 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Office over Dank of tlardlnsburg k 1 1 1 4a 4 4i i 1 I a i I l i r 1t 1tr1 1 ltr1 I 1Td St do 1P I FEt FF FF FO FF FF EtFt FtFd 1FFdFd FdIc IcFe FoFo dO3 flgu The t The t i first gues men that timeS subs D D ReiS p s J- Yf f rt r4i- d J an ub lust of e1we weSotcantill r coup lecttng onso to- ets i era The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY MARCH 0 1004 Obituary- Mrs Lydia Davis wife of William Davis deceased wus born Nov 17 Ibl7 and died Jan 27 1004 Sue professed religion when a girl of Of teen united with the Cumberland Presbyterian church and lived a consistent Christian for seventytwo years On Dec a4 she fell in her room and dislocated her hip joint from which she suffered severely for five weekHer friends frequently heard her calling oa the Lord to be with her in her great suffering and when told that hope was all gone she said All right I am ready We feel assured after God led her in the strait path during these many years that He was with her through the valley of the shadow of death for He has said Blessed are the pure in hedrt for thev shall see God It is hard to give up such a dear and sainted grandmother but we can only say IILord make us heirs to that heaven ly home where her immortal spirit will forever dwell that we may meet her again Oh how sweet it will be in thht beautiful land So free from all sorrow and pain With songj rn our lips and with harpa in our hands To meet one another again Bessie Bruington Stops the Cough and Works oft the Cold Laxative acola Kentuckians Are Alum Washington March 2 Democratic Congressmen from States East and WestNorfh hud South are talking out in meeting for their favorite candi dates for PresldentParker Cleveland Hearst Olney Williairs und the rest but yonr Kentuckian is dame as an oyster Some of them appear to be in the attitude of one who is a keen listener and expecting things to hap pen suddenly- A meet question to one member of the Kentucky aelegation elicited this answer I am for the most available man I have not decided who 1 thinK that is But no one who has any connection withCIeveland can be tnominated Hearst has elements of strength and I do not see what the talk of his weakness is based on He has many friends but he is said to bo too near to Cleveland John Sharp Williams might be the man Unquesti enable the growth of the BryanHeart sentiment in Kentucky has had its effect at this end of the line It Saved Ills leg P A Danfortb of LaGrange Ga suffered for six months with a fright ful running sore on his lea but writes tnat Buoklens Arnica Salre wholly cured it in five days For Ulcers Wounds Piles Its the hest salve in the world Curt guaranteed Only 25o Sold by Short 8f Hayne3 druggists In Court of Appeals The brief ot the apellant in the case of Green vs Hart which was appealed from the BreoKenridge Circuit court was filed in the court of appeals at Frankfort last week 500 or 200 lW or 100 75 50 fS g5 140 445 g3 493 to In wo of of bo of St at In of It to no In of estimates to to of ORATORIO SUNDAY sacred oratorio cantata id of Israel rendered at M E church South day evening the siugora of the city singers un instruction of A H Murray have been rehearsing occasion as in several progress be no Sunday evening at Methodist as entire be devoted to singing of cantata in in innova introduced Murray a audience is expected to be to publio song of in a church Proof Against Beatty Owensboro special Fordeville proof against A C arrested in Louisville having counterfeit in his possession been Beatty o store at Fords father possession of stock to it the Marshal was present moving Marshal found been in bills on Beatty They forwarded to Louisville to as evidence It is OAST aXAtheThe Always Bought SIgnature rI of IIOur Great Profit Sharing Contest 15000 i IN Prizes Prize 5000 2nd Prize 2500 3d Prize 1000 Seven Prizes of 50000 Each for Early Every subscriber to TilE BRECKENTUDOE NEWS will have tin opportunity to share in these magnificent prizes wishes to participate in the Great Worlds Lair Contest in which these givenThe matter of great contest is the Total Admissions durino tray the month of Great Louis Worlds Fair Without doubt tho Worlds hair which will open at St Louis on May 1 be tho largest fair held in the world every woman and child should bo interested in this great enterprise Conditions of this Great Contest Every subscriber who remits ik V100 the regular subscription price for a years subscription to TilE BKKCKENRIDOE NEWS receive certificate which will secure him any prize which estimates entitle him to claim When you send in your subscription send your estimates of the total paid admissions tho Worlds Fair during May the month Fair Write your name address and estimate in tho Subscription Blank below and mail it to TilE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS The contest close at midnight April 30th 190i and no estimate received after that will be allowed official record of the Secretary of the Worlds Fair showing tho total paid attendance during May tho first month of the Fair will determine who entitled to prizes tho awards made by a disinterested committee of prominent judges during the week in June As this contest will close on April 30 the day before theitir opens will have an equal chance to these prizes Those who estimate or guess NOW will have a chance to win a Special Prize and as good a chance to win tho Capital Prize of 500000 as the who guesses on the last day of the contest The money to pay prizes is deposited in Central Savings Bank Detroit Michigan and can used no other purpose a tie or two or more estimators arc equally correct prizes will bo divided equally between HERE IS OF PRIZESFor tho correct estimate or guess5OOOFor tho second nearest correct estimate or guess 2500 For tho third nearest correct estimate or guess 1000 For tho fourth nearest correct estimate or guess For tho fifth nearest estimate guess 900 For tho sixth nearest correct estimate or guess For the seventh nearest correct estimate or guess For tho eighth nearest correct estimate guess For the ninth nearest correct estimate or guess For tho nearest correct estimate or guess 5- 0Fortho next five nearest correct estimates or guesses g20 each 100 For tho next five nearest correct estimates or 110 each For tho next nearest correct estimates or guesses eachm For tho nearest correct estimates or guesses each ll33J prizes amounting 11500 Valuable Information To aid forming your estimates furnish the following figures Tho total admissions during May the first month tho Chicago Worlds Fair were 1050937 Tho total paid admissions during May tho first month tho Buffalo PanAmerican Exposition were What will the total paid admissions during May tho first month tho Louis Worlds Fair Figure It out or It and send tho figures your guesses may moan a fortune you Tho contest will close the day before the Fair opens so that advantage Is gained by delay es timating tho result Send tho figures your or guesses with your subscriptions Bo careful wrlto your name figures and P O plainly Dont fall take advantage tho Prizes The Dav King will be the next Sun by choir and other The der the for the for several weeks stated the News issues back and have made good There will preacning next the church the regu lar service hour will the the Much terest has taken the tion by Mr and large present hear the first ser vice this kind ever given local Ky March 3Afrom says the Beatty for money has found had ville HIP took the and when he went move out Town On the safe the the dies tuft had used raising the found will be be used that they were extremely well made 0Beare Kind You Have 1 500 Cash Its Special Estimates if ho this Paid first the St will over and man will ono for his also at first of tho will hour The are tho and will be first all win just ono tho tho be for In case of that them THE LISTnearest correct tenth guesses next paid 309430 guess Special been said In addition to the foregoing prizes the following Special Prizes for Early Estimates WILL BE PAID For tho nearest correct estimate received before For 15 the nearest correct estimate receivedi on or Jan 15 and before J cb1 JunIIFor the nearest correct estimate received on or Feb 1 and beforo Feb 15 For the nearest correct estimate received on or Fob 1ft and before Mardi 1 For the nearest correct estimate received on or after March and before March 15 500 For the nearest correct estimate received on or after March 5 and before April 1 500 For tho nearest correct estimate received on or after April 1 and before April i5500Tot-al 500 prizes amounting to15000S- ubscription Blank Inclosed find Itoapply on Subscription Account Namo m Postofflce Stato My Estimates of tho total number of paid admissions to tho Worlds Fatr during tho month of May arCH Remember that the Capital Prize is 5000 and that there are Seven Special Prizes of 500 each for Early Estimates Send all orders to The Breckenridge News Cloverport Ky Silver Plate that Wears The trade mark 1847 RogersBros on Spoons Forks etc is n guar antee of quality the world over The prefix1847insures the genuine Rogers quality For sale by leading dealers everywhere Send for catalogue No6 to International Sliver Co Merlden Conn In the City on Business ChnrksM Way President of the Minneapolis Bedding company the Minneapolis Brick and Tile company and the Ozonet Chemical company of Minneapolis Minn was in the city Friday and Saturday on business Mr Way when seen by a representative of the News said that he was here looking over tho mineral re sources of this country with a view of making some local deals but could not give at present any definite in formation as to what investments his cotnpanieJ would make in this section While in tho city Mr Way made a visit to the Patton brick yard and secured information as to the tiue and terms of the sale of the yard to be made March 23 by order of the United States court Old mother nature has never been iimproved uponsometimes she needs n little assistance over hard places though But when we asslsther the nearer we Keep to her own methods the bet ter Sometimes digestive organs need help wo have indigestion Pepsin is what nature has selected to do the work of digestion in the stomach hence the best help to digestion iis pepsin The plensnntest and the most benelical way to take pepsin iis with pure port wine as combined iin Walthers Peptonized Port and sold by A R Fisher druggist in that form The port itself is a valuable tonicSmall size 00 cents large size 100 Homeseekers Go West The annual rush of homeseekers to vedtern states from this section of the country is on The Henderson Route on every train carries many home seeKers On some occasions the travelI- S so great that special cars havo to- be attached as was the case on west bound train No 41 last Wednesday morning when there were five passenger cars two of them being full of homeseekers The Name Witch Hazel The name Witch Hazell is much abused E 0 DeWitt Co Chicago are the Iinventors of the original and only genuine Witch Hazel Salve A oretain cure for Juts Burns Bruises Eczema Tetter Piles etc There are ninny counterfeits of this salve pome of which are dangerous while they are nil worthies In buying Witch Hazel salve see that the name E C DWeltt fcCo Chicago is on the box and a cure is certain Sold by All Druggists CrowAsliwortli Mr Ira Crow of Herbert and Miss Lulu Ashworth of Pellvile will be united in marriage at the Pellville church March 28 Mr Crow is a wellto do young farmer having a fine fnrm and home Miss Ashworth is one of Pellvilles most popular women I was afflicted with catarrh could neither taste nor smell and could hear but little Elys Cream Balm cured it Marcus Shuutz Rahwny N J- Cream Balm reached me safely and the effect is surprising My son says the first application gave decided relief Repectfully Mrs Franklin freeman Dover N J The Balm does not irritate or cause sneezing Sold by druggists nt 60 ots or mailed by Ely Brother 50 Warren St New York Geo Landers Dead George Landers a farmer residing near erbynnd well knowndled on Monday He was about 60 years old and leaves a- wife and several children The Best Prescription fur Malaria Chills and Fever bid txutioof Groves Taste Ieae Chill Tonic It Is simply Iron and Qui- nIne in a tasteless form No Cure No Pay Prlco Soc 1 Unloading Ties Eight negroes from Hawesville and the same number from Cloverport went to Evansville Tuesday to unload crossties from barges for the Gray Tie Co Oa TOBX4Beari thethe Kind VM HatB Always Bought Slgnatare of e2 11 NN NN ONNNNNN N N NO4 N NNN N I r Bank of Hardinsburg OFFICERS B F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashiert X DIRECTORS O Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beard J Dr A M Kincheloe D S Richardson to Insured against loss by fire or iiInterest paid on time deposits burglaryII 4+ 4 +4+4+++ W+ 444 NOONe 1NNNNN The Breckinridge Bank Cloverport Ky Capital Stock 45100 Surplus 7000 Incorporated Organized In 1872 W H BOWMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier DR F L LIGHTFOOT VPres CHAS B SKILLMAN Asst Cashier Accounts of Firms Individuals and Corporations solicited Any business entrusted to us will receive prompt and careful attention Storage place for packages in our fireproof vault furnished our customers free NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTSI Interest paid on time deposits NNI N ii1 MiNNtiN 3 fb N NYfas INMNNi iiFirst State Bank i IRVINGTON KY j iiwj J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VicePresident i i j H H KEMPER Cashier r i of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited iiAccounts 2 Interest Paid on Time DepositsI ceoeco8 e rTHEft Fifth Avenue 1 HOTELI m u Louisville Ky 1 1PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr ij +d nn eUaa IS Ge NSSemeN ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD 2 Winter Tourists Tickets now on sate dally to NEW ORLEANS iA to other li- S points also to HOT ARK and points In I I Very cheap One Way Tickets to CALIFORNIA and the TuBSiI A March I to April 30 1904 I I e Only Lino running through Personally Conducted Ex i cursion Sleepers Louisville to CALIFORNIA NEW MEXICO ARIZONA and I TEXAS theatres Southern SPRINOS II LINE HOT SPRINGS ARK For Descriptive Mutter California Now Circulars descriptive Lands in the South through tickets apply to nearest railroad agent address orIIW HARLOW P A Louisville Ky eeeeoeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeNeeeeeifeeNeeleee I The Birch Old writers in mentioning birch trees seldom tailed to say solemnly that they were useful to grow branches with l which to give boys thrashings Turner lb regards the supply of flexible pendent branches for purposes of punishment as the chief merit of the tree Coles also based his estimate of the birch chiefly on Its use In the supply of rods by as Instruments of punishment for he writes The civil whereunto the birch servcth are many us for the pun ishment of children both at home and itatllucnce upon theta to quiet them when they are out of order and therefore some call It makepeace In ancient Rome the fasces of the llctors with they cleared the way for magistrates were farmed with rods of birch and their Influence was sufficient toln sure a rapid dispersion of men assembled they would Impede the passage of the administrators of the law From that time to within a comparatively recent period the birchen rod was regarded as one of the most important deterrents of juvenile depravity Happy Healthy Children t1Anyt1Risersharmless never gripe or sicken and yet thoy 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 Little i Early Risers prefer them to all other pills They cure biliousness Sold by All Druggist Look Up The troubles of people are unneces sarily multiplied by the fact that theyparo looking down instead up which is only another way of say Ing that they live ou a low plane in stead of on a high one that they breathe the miasmatic airs of the swamps Instead of the pure ozone oftthe hills and so miss the real meaning ot the true happiness of life = o The most centrally located and only firstclass hotel in the city muting ft StOO rate Only one block from the principal shopping district and two blocks from m the principal Street cars puss the door to all parts of the citv- Everything neat and clean hh end i Special Low Ono Way and Round trip Rates In effect to tho Southwest on First and Third Tuesdays In each month BEST TO Folders and of Orleans of and F D uses which where forever The Story of Toledo Cntlicrirnl The cathedral of Toledo Is perhaps the finest nrchltfctural glory that Spain can boast The site WUH occupied at leastl three churchrs biforo tho erettlon of the present building tile llrst one according to popular legend having been erected during the life time of the Virgin Mary tool vtulted her Of this church we know noUi lug The second was pulled down in 10152 The third was Mulshed In 1USR and was occupied by tho Moors for many years as a momuiu Afterward was the cathedral of Spain until In the early part of the thirteenth mt1ry Alfonso IX had It pulled dpwn and the present one erected In rid stead Its 401 feet long and 204 feet wide Is built from material quarried In the neighborhood and Is of the purest Gothic It was designed by Iedro Perez Dlaz who supervised Its erec tion for nearly fifty years and cause crated his life to It During the five centuries after his death more than 150 architects were employed upon It and for 2GO years the work was un InterruptedSt Tames Gazette Through Women Lye As a finely dressed woman entered L train every other woman In cur eyed her clothes closely There said a man to his wife who was making a close inventory of too new arrivals dress tout is what I dont like about women They display such Interest In other womens clothes You see it everywhere hi parlors at receptions and balls and In public conveyances You never see met acting that way I am Inclined to believe titles owing to mens finer judgment as to what is proper They know that to take note of anothers dress is the height of bad manners and they ab stain from doing It It Is very nice of you of course to raise your own sex so said his wife but your explanation Is utterly wrrng The reason women notice one anothers clothes is that every woman is prac tlcally a dressmaker nUll when she sees a dress she views it with the in- erest of a professional New i irk Press r s t E u U i F 1 J I J i k f 1 J i f y II f 3 44 s ar I 1 BRECKENRIDGE NEWS UNO D end V G BABBAGE Bdltort and Proprietors Issued Every Wednesday rptionPrice 100 a year or 125 if paid at the end of year CARDS OPTHANKS over five lines charge d Or at the rate of 10 rents per line OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of cants per line Money lu advance = Examine the label on your paper It It IIs not correct please notlfv us = When ordering a change In the add subscribers should glvo their old as well the now address = EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY MARCH 0 1001 Hoeing His Row Iron tho Atlanta Constitution- I dont sot down En tor my haws Waltln fur do music Of de good tlmo bans nlrlyWonJ I co En I lights In do furror Enl lloos My Row I dont set down Kn cry en sigh lime di Rood tlmus lot mo- Tor a stormy skyl risuupairlyPz En I lights In do furror En I Hoos MyRow JEWISH OPPOSITION TO oI1II1EDlIllllRLIiGES Jews are by no means the only peo pie who deprecate mixed marriages You will not find any one in authority In the Protestant faith who wouldI encourage a marriage of that kind and Roman Catholics are stronger ot the point that is to say marriages between Protestants and Roman Cath olics and vice versa The reason is olear Religion andi love of country are the deepest senti meats when fully developed and inn mixed marriage of any Kind simply introduces intc the household a very probable root of discord if not in thej early years later There are manyr cases where it is not so but taken inI the mass they are the exception rather than the rule and are to bo attributed rather to the personal qualities oft the parties to forbearance and re straint and it is fair to say to a love enduring Apsrt from any religious question the primary essential for a happily united life is a certain identity of thought interests andI aspirations and the discordant ele ment need not come solely fromI different views on religion altnough that is likely to recur in the family in an acute form wnereas other questions may by common consent be placed in other background Unless a couple are liKely to agree on the main questions of life only a miracle can save them from everlasting regret and selfreproach by entering together on that journey which is to last London Jewish World There area good many Hears- Democrats in this neck of the woods In the last week tnere have been several deaths from scarlet fever dinI Fordsville One of the nest llourint mills 1 the Ohio allay is offered for sale See our For Sale and Want Column We are rejoiced to know that hen fruit is again getting within the reach of the common people eggs 15j cents Dont you give Cloverport out She is neither dead nor asleep but wide a wnke full of snap and get up and git That 21000 contract for the Cloverport Foundry is quite a feather in President Christians hat It means a whole lot for Cloverport r too Tobacco receipts in Louisville last Monday were the largest of the sea son Burleys were in good demand Darkswell the bottom is still out and lower than ever Logan Murray andFrank Warfield two Cloverport boys are standing be hind 5000000 in cold cash an handling it successfully too 1V knew these boys when If they had 25 cents in cold cash in their poehte- tthey would have considered them solved rich Young man do you know Simplybytrust I TIe Cuban Workman The Cuban workman is a kind hus band and a fond father of a family usually of patriarchal size He lives simply At the bedega ho buys his tasajo Jerked beef rice vegetables and cheap wine and very savory are the stews his meek little wife prepares at the one hearty meal of the day about C30 p m The Cuban eats but twice dally He Is underfed and over stimulated Ho has coffee at 7 a m a light breakfast at 11 a m and eats his chief meal at twilight Southern Workman Nasal CATARRHIn Elys Cream Balm cleanses soothes and heals the diseased membrane It cures catarrh and drives away a cold In the head quickly Cream palm Is placed Into the nostrils sprea over the membrane and Is absorbed Relief Is 1m mediate and aeuro follows ItIs not drying doci not produce sneezing Large Sire W cents atDrug 5gletl or by mall Trial Size 10 cents ELY BKOTHERS M Warren Street New York LOUIBURG sLittle Table Argabrignt In sick AddIson Lincoln of Hawesville is visiting at C C Grants Mack D Cashman was the guest of Miss Gola Grant Sunday Mr and Mrs Robert Norton visit ed at Clint Phllpots Sunday Grover L Severs of Union Star was the guest of Miss Anna B Grant Sunday Walter Adkisson of Clifton Mills was the guest of Miss Lnla Lashmau SundayMrs Leon Cashman has returned from Brazil Ind accompanied by her daughter Mrs Mack Robins Miss Anna B Grant will leave soon tot Knob Cal for the ensuing year Miss Grant is very popular and has made a wide circle of friends and will be greatly missed by all Show Appreciation Ekron Ky March 8 1004 We the undersigned wish to public ly express our appreciation of and extend our heartiest thanks to the good 1and noble women who by going lout or by their influence at Home helped in the fight to keep the Devils business the saloon from being again opened up in our midst It is their work we know to help in every good cause but wo are especially glad they have helped in this cause Again thanking you and all who grave us their support we are yours for the best interests of our people and our countryD R Shacklett B B ShacKlett F J Payne N B Dowell A M Simpson W L Archer I N Neafus Z T Cox Joe Blair J K Smith H R Smith S H Stith Big Rise is Coming The Ohio has been coming up rap idly for the past two or three days and a big rise is predicted Several of the upper tributaries are already at flood stage and the low sections are in danger Business on the Ohio is good rExpects to Iletnrn uSo she has started on a life Jour ney Into matrimony has she Well It Is only an excursion ttripBrooklyn Life QuinineI yn1r rF0 box 25c AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAA OIl I CIC 1OOi Invested In Our J Worlds5 o Fair Contest May Likely Bring You 5OOO In Cold Cash r C n111fY1111 1ff111ff11f11e HARDINSBURQ Next Monday is Quarterly court Cyrus Miller was in Louisville n few days of last week K G Robertson of Qlendeani was in the city Monday Boyd McKanghan of Htephensporl was here last Monday C Vie Robertson was at Glasgow Saturday on a business trip Judge N MoMercer was In Louis vine Inst week on legal business Oral Woolfolk of Brandenburg was hero Sunday visiting friends Willie Anderson of IrvJngton was here last week visiting his parents Preston Ford of Cloverport is hereI visiting his mother Mrs Mary Ford Thos U Tousey and Chas P Edmunda spent Sunday at Cloverport Mrs Wm M Hensley and daughter Miss Eva were in Louisville last week The Rev W F Hogard preached at the M E church South Sunday morning Robert J Ball spent Sunday Rt Caneyville visiting his brother Ion hey Ball Mrs J E Wright of Louisville- is here visiting her sister Miss Tidt Mercer 4 Miss Alice Baker who has heen teaching school near Garfield has re turned nome PIss Lytie Ford entertained In honor of Miss Minnie Woolfolk on last Tuesday evening Ben Hookof Leaven worth Ind was here last week visiting his mothe- and other relatives Col David R Murray is at Bowl tug Green He was appointed Special Judge by the Governor William S DeJarnette of Jolly Station spent Sunday here with his sister Mrs Judith M Ball Lucien Brown and family will re mve to Earnhardt Arkansas about the fifteenth of this month Miss Minnie Woolfolk who was the guest of Misses Mattie and Beulah Hook has returned tc her home at BrandenburgMr Skillman has purchased the Lewis property at Stephensport and will move to that place witnin a short time The election commissioners will meet here Thursday to count the vote cast in the Stephensport local option election last Monday Miss Reids pupils gave it recital at the city hall Saturday evening The selections were from Jaineb Whit comb Riley and were well rendered John Cody has purchased of Mrs Kingston the vacant lot lying on Main street between the Eskridge residence and the Democrat office The consideration was Q350 Miss Georgia Robertson of Glen deane returned home Saturday after a visit to friends to Georgetown and Lexington While in Louisville she heard Patti sing her last farewell lows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure FJCheney Co Props Toledo O- We the undersigned have known F JCheney for the last 15 years and be have him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligation made by their firm West Truax wholesale Druggists Toledo O WaldingKinnan S Marvin wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halli Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally acting directly upon the blood systemPrrce75o gists Testimonials free Halls Family Pills are the best PATESVILLE Farmers bring your plow points to the Cloverport Foundry and Machine Company and have them ground rignt A Test of Strength Tradition has Immortnllzed one Adar goma of Grand Canary who could wrestle for two consecutive hours and having been thrown undermost in a certain contest got his antagonist be squeezedhhnThe native was subsequently sent as a prisoner to Spain where he astound ed the people by his performances One day In Seville he was visited by a brawny youth of La Mancha who was anxious to try a bout with him My Hood friend said Adargoma flas we are going to wrestle together It Is only reasonable that we should begin by drinking somethinghA large bowl of wine having been brought he took this In one hand and continued to address his challenger flIt wIth both your arms you can overpower one of mine so as to hinder me from drinking overy drop of this wine we ivlll try our strength together if not you may return to your home The bydegreesmanner without spilling a drop of the wine His one hand was more thau a match for the others two Women Sold by Auction An auction of unmarried ladles used to take place annually in Babylon In every district they assembled on a cer tain day of every year all the virgIns of marriageable age The most re marknble was first put up and the man who bid the largest sum of mono gained possession of her The second In personal appearance followed and the bidders gratified themselves with handsome wives according to the dcptl of their purses But alas it seems that there were in Babylon some ladles for whom no money was likely to bo offered yet these also were disposed of so provident were the Babylonians When all the beautiful virgins were sold the crier ordered the most de formed to stand up and after he had openly demanded who would marry her with n small sum she was at length adjudged to the man who would be satisfied with the least and In this manner the money arising from the sale of the handsome served as a por tion to those who were plther of dis agreeable looks or that had any other imperfection This custom prevailed about GOO years before Christ New Orleans TimesDemocratSpencer er Herbert Spencer visited America in 1882 and on that occasion a banquet was given in New York in his honor Henry Ward Beecher was one of the after dinner speaker- sI am asked said Mr Beecher how I reconcile Spencer with theology I dontA man who has a baldhcaded dea con watching everything 4ie does or a gold spectacled lawyernot a fat one looking at Mr Brlstow but a long lean lank one looking at Mr Evarts cant afford to talk Spencerlsm from the pulpit It is to be borne in mind that whet a man is driving a team of fractious manageranyhow he is not in a state of mind to discuss questions with his wife by his side who is undertaking to bring up delicate domestic matters- It had been said that Mr Spencer had no sense of humor but he joined heartily In the merriment which Mr Beechers speech provoked Pills Fondness For Port The ruin of Pitts health was at tributed to his physicians who made him take port in large quantities in his youth so that he could npt do with out it later Lord Grcnvlllo has seen him swallow a bottle of port in turn blerfuls before going to the house His hands shook so much that when ho helped himself to salt he was obliged to support the right hand with the left Stotlmrd the painter happened to bo one evening at an inn on the Kept road when Pitt and Dundas put up there on their way to Walmer Next morning the waiter said to Stothard How much wine do you suppose they drank last night Seven bottles sirlRog- ers Table Talk The Way They Do In Iceland Icelanders never think of locking up at night and yet only two cases of thieving have occurred in many years One was a poor man with a broken arm who stole several sheep to save his family from starving The punishment meted out to him was that food was provided for his family ho was placed under medical care and work was given him when his arm had healed The other case was of a for eigner who stole seventeen sheep The law demanded that he restore the value of the thefts and then leave the country or be executed Naturally he left Playing m Trick on McCnllough Will McConnell and John McCullough were playing Vlrglnlus and McCon nell was doing Iclllus When he had to go up to John and shako hands with him he put a hard boiled egg Into his palm and left it there and McCullough being in the center of the stage and alone could not get rid of it He dis charged Will as usual that night but he never stayed discharged and lie was taken on again when they found him on board the train on the way to the next stand Maw She Felt uI hope said Mrs Oldcastle that you didnt feel that you were de trop when you called the other day and found Mrs Bcezum present uOh no replied her hostess That was Just the back of my waist that I kept feeling One of the hooks was loose and somehow I couldnt help be itChicagRecordHernldAn Irish Gem An Irish journal had this gem in an swer to a correspondent uVe decline to acknowledge the receipt of your post card Which is very much like the Corkoni an who trneled Into Kerry to an in- sultIng enemy toUtell him to his face that ho would treat him with silent contemptLondon TitBits TwoOccasion You always appear to be nervous solicitouslyBut er there are only two occasions when I am nervous One is when I havo a servant girl and the other la when I1 haventPhiladelphia Press Carefully Brought Up myladplicant for a situation Please sir yes sir I came up in the elevator sir said the respectful youth Making Sure Gritty George I hope dat bowl of coffee wont stimulate yer to go to work Sandy Pikes No pard I asked de lady to put loaf sugar In it Phlla eJphla Bulletin r A Fortune for your Thought II m mIfit is the only nearest correct estimate of the paid 11admissions to the Worlds Fair during May 5000 i is the sum paida small fortune Read on page 3 how ijto obtain this It is easy u 5000For the Man Who Tells us How Many People Will Pay to go in This Gate During May See Page 3 for Details I T5he Breckenridge 1NeWS9 CE VSKPSKfTT alKpprMYMV1t+ 1rrNhrYrt OMYMMMIbY rrrpMr001rY1VbrrYrY n J D Babbage IIst t Cloverport Iy r s- E A i A STYLISH BOX OF STATIONERY ii- K i iATHALF PRICE I J Ct Wo soil this Paper fit Half Price because we want to quit j r v soiling Box Stationery Every box is fully worth its original k market cost but we make this concession to push it along t v Theres none of it outofdate all the new sizes of Paper Jc J and Envelopes are hero The quality of the paper is extra 3t makersWhitings S Pi insteadof a rotten one and we think such an offer merits your f i prompt action in buying same And if you dont act the pnperi sv will be gone because your neighbor will bg up a jumping to S i our store when he reads this ad then youll be lefts t 5IJ IISend 6 cents for Postage if by Mail i- WAW4W4W4W4W4W AltSllf ilAA AAAk AAA AA IA A A ASI A IdA AASQI O CASPERKEI Jewelry and Insurance J7-Best policies for least money in Life tire Tornado and Accident Insurance Brandenburg Ky Louisville Live Stock Market Reported by Dan Brooks k Co Central Stock- Yards Louisville March 7 Cattle Receipts today wcrollght Market ruled active all tidy butcher steers and heifers being In active do mand steady prices prevailed common kinds show no change Bulls canners fresh cows and springers moved freely atunchanged val ues Stockers and feeders of tho best selections were In good demand and sold freely at current values common and Inferior kinds shipo steady me grades were dull and moved slowly at lower prices Pens fairly well cleared at tho close Calves Choice veals 525575j common and heavy calves f350450 Hogs Market opened early with prices lOc higher on all grades and with an active de mand prevailing all tho offerings sold early We quote choice cornfed hogs 165 Ibs and up at S560 lights S510 heavy pigs f4 504COj light pigs fl35j roughs J4254T5 Prospects steadySheep and X ambs Market shows no change all the offerings of butcher sheep and lambs ready sellers at full market values Perhaps It Was I wonder what time Marys young man left last night said mammai It must a been exactly 1 oclock ma said the younger brother The Ideal How do you know Why Just aa ho was leavin I heard him ask Mary some question and she said Just one only onePhlladel phla Ledger Would Then De Useful Grinder What Asleep at your desk anti work so pressing I Meekly ESCUBO me sir baby kept me awake all night GrInderThen you should hayo brought It with you to the office Town and Country I A sharp tongue Id the only edged tool that grows keener with constant usebrunt thI 1904The Worlds Fair Line I904 SIZE MUST HAVE BEEN A KENTUCKIAN Where are you going my pretty maid1 UTo the Worlds Fair at St Louis sir1 she said Over what line willjyou travel mj dear said he Over the Henderson Route of course said she Why over that road do you gohe said For Free Reclining Chair Cars sir she said And where flies this Palace of Travel said he From Kentucky through Evan svill e7J to St Louis snjd she You seem to be pleased with that line1 he said They are Good Service originators sir she said l5 Im traveling another routetisRs goodsaid he M Youll hae to show me kind sirU V said shetsaidjijIshe said io 5W I n saidhe1 ilewithi ile Linefor met iiFi t then iim you not come mv wayW hei said No Im for the Henderson any dayiJ she said 3fl Is thalmyHow then can I wed you fair maidTJji he said UGet the Henderson Route habit firstjlj she said 1j1 flORAL To MEN This lady was undoubtedly TO accustomed to tho best fa otherThereforeIt 9 a wedded and happy be Get la TBlisaRood =f 3 v r t- 4I I 7 1 t J b5 Y tit- iIj t- ii t- iu I oj i J t f j er iif f jr- o i f I k- i of i 1lt t t f ff f J X CC CC ssCC 3s f f s iiC r C iz I Ii J 04ss tr- tN j7 d J ir f a f my er lidII11 i t j Ie if ors as Ir titi- ttiyy aid 1 ife aid ort be F a yriatt iattISM l 14utH ll- r lJ I lI 0 v phe Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY MARCH 0 100 i i New line stationery atW B 1 Oelze I flOO box paper at borJ D Bab bage Carl LiBhen was in Owensboro Sat nrday t The correct styles In stationery at W B Oelzes Stylish note paper at half priceJ- D BabbageAll box paper to go at hnlf prloeJ D Bnbbage Mrs A J Gross was down from Holt last Wednesday H Whitings and Cranes famous box paper at half prlceJ D Babbuge Uev and Mrs J F Morton went to Garfield Friday to visit relatives Give me a chance to satisfy you with your stationery W B Oelze Our 1250 high arm drop head sewing machine is a genuine bargain Bbbbage Son Squire Wm Dowell of Dick Meade county was the guest of J E Keith Saturday Jesse Emmioir of Lewisport was the guest of his aunt Mrs T F Sawyer last week t Mrs A R Taylor of St Louis was the guest of Mrs Mary J Miller Sunday and Monday Bob Pate of Henderson who has been the guest of relatives near town returned hone last Wednesday- Mr and Mrs H A Oelze W B Oelze and Miss Ethel Oelze heard Patti sing in Louisville Friday Messrs Hovious Behen and Wick liffe DeHaven left Sunday for Mexico where they will spend several weeks Farmers bring your plow points t3 the Cloverport Foundry and Machine Company and have them ground right Farmer bring your plow points to the Cloverport Foundry und Machine Company and have them ground rightE F Nolte Victor LaMont nod T F Sawyer have been confined to their homes with fsickness the past weeKJ S Barry who has been the guest of its brother J A Barryof this city and relatives at Crecelins left Satur day for his home at Birds Point MoM Hamman attended the funeral of Atigusc Menninger Sr an old nor quaintance and a prominent citizen of Tell City Ind last Wednesday afternoonMiss Gregory Tent to Louisville Wednesday to attend the funeral of her cousin Moses Wile who died at the Norton Infirmary February 2U of typhoid pneumonia Lee Noell of near town whose eyes Are seriously affected was in Louisville last week to have them treated but they were not ready to be operated on and he returned home Wednesday Loss of Flesh When you cant eat break fast take Scotts Emulsion When you cant eat bread and butter take Scotts Emulsion When you have been living on a milk diet and want something a little more nourishing take Scotts EmulsionTo fat you must eat fat Scotts Emulsion is a great fattener a great strength giver Those who have lost flesh want to increase all body tissues not only fat Scotts Emulsion increases them all bone flesh blood and nerveFor invalids for con valescents for consumptives for weak children for all who need flesh Scotts Emulsion is a rich and com fortable food and a naturall I tonicScotts Emulsion for bone e flesh blood and nerve We will send you a free sample- Be sure that this picture In the form of a label Is on the wrapper of every bottle of Emulsion you buy BOWNECHEMISTS 409PcarlStNY 50c and1sdalIIdruggists 60o box paper at 25oJ D Bab bageW B Oelze is the leader for nice note paper Fine box paper at half price J D Babbage April Delineator has arrived atJ- D Babbages Geo Younger was up from Hawes vllle Thursday- J IL Monarch of Owenaboro was here Thursday- All of our box bap r goes at half priceJ D cabbage Mrsand Mrs M Weatherholt spent Sunday lu Owensboro Jno Fisher came up from Owens horo Sunday to visit relatives Mrs Marion Polk of Tobinsport is the guest of relatives in the city Geo Lyddan and Jesse Herndou of Irvington were In Louisville Monday Mrs O M Stevens and children went to Owenbboro Saturday for a visitMiss May Cox Went to Ekron yester day to visit her sister Mrs Dan WilliamsThe of Mr and Mrs Jno Neubauer is very low of bronchi nl pneumonia Something new tnd nobby m hats for men and boys for spring wear iSnboago Son Miss Elizabeth Jarboe went to Louisville Monday to buy millinery goods for the Fair Jno OConnell will build an ad dition to his dwelling and one to his store this month harden and field seeds are now in stock Clover seed 53o TimothY 2 Red top Oo Babbnge Son Mrs Etta Evans went to Louisville Saturday to visit Mrs Margaret Bacon Conway on Third street Hon D C Moorman bought of Cy Miller last Saturday a pair of 3 year old unbroken mules for X250 Mrs O B Skillrnan did not en tertain the Ladies Reading Club Thursday on account of the Illness of Mr A B SKillman J E Wright of Louisville collec tor of mineral exhibits for the Ken tucky Exhibit Commission was in the city yeHterday Father C Brey assisted by several other priests conducted tho services at the funeral of Patrick Kelly ut Hawesvillo Friday morning Mrs Rorer tells how in the March Ladies Home Journal to cook meat 20 different ways besides many other interesting thingsJ D Babbages Mrs Hattie Williams who had one of her eyes removed at Owensboro returned home last week The operation was performed at the residence of her sister Mrs John Panley She was accompanied nome by her niece Miss Nella Garrett Mrs F L LKhtfoot and little daughter Jane arrived in Hawes ville last week from St Louis wher Dr Lightfoit is attending the St Louis College of Physicians and Sur geons Mrs Lightfoot came up from Hawesvllle Friday to visit trtends here Dr Lightfoot will return to this city to resume his practice next month Inflammatory Rheumatism Cured =William Shaffer a brakeman ol Dna mson Ohio was confined to his bed for several weeks with inflammatory rheumatism HI usea many remedies he says Finally I sent to McOawa drug store for a bottle of Chamber lulUs 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 STEPHENSPORT DRY Deep Interest was shown in the local option election Monday at Stephensport in which 208 votes were cast Local option carried by a ma jority of 80IThe election WQS quiet and no die tnrbances are reported L D Addison has license granted recently by the county court to sell whiskey by the quart The local option law will not be felt in Addison welch is in the Stephensport pre cinct until next year when Mr Addisons license will expire Local option Is now in force in every die trlctin Breckeniidge county except Hud onvllle Health Fad on the Drain To get all sorts of health fads on the brain Is a disease In Itself It Is a very prevalent disease too With a few foolish rules to observe a whole lot of hygienic quirks to adjust to and a schedule of superstitious sanitary notions diligently followed by day and dreamed of by night Is a malady which begins as a mental derangement and ends in a complete physical fizzle No room left for a spontaneous life no place for free joyous liberty Not a minutes space for rollicking disregard Everything fixed every minute dIs- posed of introspections without number Forebodings misgivings hovering vaguely about the mind like flocks of carrion crows Such a life ie not worth living MedicaltTalk RLNewsoms COLUMN I Now niy friends I advise you not to read the following list if you expect to hold on to your money as the tempta tion will be very great to invest it in some of the bargains offered What is the use of always renting property when you can buy I have several pieces of property which have paid for themselves three times- I shall take pleasure in driving you aroundand showing you the city property Two Horses for salo No 2 Lot and house Oak and Main 2000 No 4 Lot and house Oglesby Avenue 1000 No 5 Lot and house Eustland 800 No 6 Lot and house Oak street MO- No 7 Lot and house Fourth street 800 No 8 Lot and house Huston street 500 No 0 Lot and house Third und Center 500 No 10 Lot und house Hurdlns Creek 500I Noll Lot First street I No 12 Lot and houso Short Lino R R 400 No 13 Lot und house Oak street 350 No 14 Four pasture tots 300 No 15 Tollgate house 300 No 6 Lot und house River street 300 No 17 Lot und house River street 300 No 18 Lot and house Wail street BOO No IB Lot und house Oak street 75 No SO Lot and house Eastland O- No 21 Lot and house Eastland 250 No 22 Lot and house Center street 300 No 23 Lot Wall street O- No 24 Lot Wall street 220 No 23 Lot and house Walnut street 200 No20 Lotand house SI Hurdln 200 No 27 Lot and house Center street 175 No 28 Lot and house Center street 175 Not Lot and house Chestnut street 125 No30 Lot Fifth street j5 No 31 Lot Ed Puto Fifth street 150 No 32 Lot Ed Pate corner Chestnut 75 No 33 Lot on Short Line It It 100 No34 lot near Sam Diiin 75 No 35 Lot near Mary Dean 75 NtfM Lots 2 Center street d 150 No 37 Four acres HIshop 11111 250 No 33 Lot 1I acre tied Section House 175 NoSfl Lot Oak street near Sanders 150 No 40 Lot and house Third street 250 No 41 Farm 00 acres and house 800 No 42 Farm 100 acres and house 000 No 43 Farm 52 acres on Plko 300 No 44 Farm 32 acres und house on pike 200 No 45 Woodland 05 acres 275 No 48 Woodland 70 acres 300 No H Woodland acres 4X No 48 Woodland 72 acres 375 Nol Three building lots Elm street 300 No 50 One acre and stone quarry on plko 25 ORDER BY NUMBER- I also have an Austin Stone Crusher with 12horso power Eclipse Frick Engine which 1 will dispose of on reasonable terms Good elevator attached rtnd allsuitable appliances for making good roads Can crush stone as fast as two men can feed it and can be set to crush it into dust Engine power sufficient to run a saw mill Come to It L Xcwsom if you want Deeds Mortgages Agree upinform papers that will stand be fore any legal tribunal Ho also acts as Notary Public for Breckenridge county Attention to the making out and certifying of Pension Certificates HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Round trip homeseekers excursions to West and Southwest first and third Tuesdays each month at greatly reduce- rates I One way second class colonist ticketst to South and Southeast first and thir Tuesdays each month at reduced rates One way second class colonist tickets to West and Southwest first and thir Tuesdays each month at reducedrates 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 I Special Homeseekers Excursions to Southwest March 15 greatly reduce rateslower than quoted for other dates Special one way Colonist rates to Southwest March 15 1004 Reduced prices lower than quoted on other dates The round trip rate of 150 to liar dinaburg and return has been cance- lled0010NNNIONN10 I I IIII j just ISctsJi The lunch wo servo for 15 i cents satisfies most any mans appetite because wo servo inearly as much for 15 cents tas is generally served at most restaurants for a quarter r Wo give you Steak or Country Ham Eggs Bread or Pan Cakes Coffee Prompt service and quietud- eGOFF i MAYC- loverport Ky Miss Mary Wirgman who has been the guest of Misspell Gregoryretnrn ed to Loaibvlllo Monday r I WantS It- II i7A7h =Advertisements inserted under this head at one cent a word per week FoR SALE FOR SALE Farm of 43 acres just outsldo limits of Cloverport Improvements onoSrrom cottage Apply to J II Rowland agent nt postolllce WANTED TO sell 1500 2YIar nun Davis apple trees yeartreesdltfcrentrurletles 3yellrtreesCloverport Ky WANTE- DWANTEDTrustworthy Lady or Gentle In this county and adjoining territory for house of solid financial standing 2000 straight cash sal ary and expenses paid each Monday direct from headquarters Expense money advanced position permanent Address Man ager 605 Monon Hide Chicago MONEY TO LOAN LIFE Inwranco Policies bought for cash or I on at low rates Cull on or wrlto ItoJNO 1 HASWELL Jit Attorney atyaw I1l1rdln bur Ky FOR SALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting machines lot of good Laundry machines Also now and secondhand Gus and Gasoline Engines SIARTIN GABLE 510 3rd Street Louisville Ky FOR SALE EGGS FOR BALERhodo Island Red Eggs Parties settlngof eggsl5 from host winter layer on earth send one dollar to Mrs D C Heron Irvington Ky EKStromJ WlimvOUTH Hurdlnsburg K- yFOBIl I P Rock Fags 8100 per 13 looked now J G JJUTSCIIKE Stephensburg Icy- FOR SALEhose Comb Rhode Island Reds purposetowlper setting My stock Is from prize winners U J Cain IJewleyvlllc Ky SALEBarred Plymouth Rock Es1 guaranteed pure bred stock Eggs8l00per I 15 Can fill nil orders I orderi wIll please you Address Sirs Z T Cox 1kron KY WANTE- DWANTEDlartlus owing mo to call at the Kttipnensport and set tle Oeo E Silvely lID- h u FOR SALEBLOODED SHORT HORN COWS FOIL SALE2 full blooded short horn cows 3 head young cattle 0 P Ilaker Chambers Ky FOR SALEMILL ON EASY TERMS FOR SALEWe offer our 75 barrel Flouring with two runs of burhs for meal Situ ated on Ohio river and Texas Uallroad at Huwesvlllr Ky for salo hoop This mill was remodeled three yours ago und Is fairly modern In equipment Good wheat country flue trade at mill door Established reputation on products Satisfactory reasons for soiling Wrlto or see us OlIO VALLEY MILLING CO Hawesvllle Ky Farming in the South The Ifissvngi r Department of the Illinois Central Railroad Company Is Issuing monthly circulars concerning fruit growing vegetable ltliedStutis titolnginky1lesitlrenne see i Mississippi and Louisiana Every Farmer or Homeseeker who will forward his name and address to the undersigned will be mailed free Circulars Nos 1 to 10 Inclusive and others as they aro published from month to month L II ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 48 Dally Fast Train loaves Cloverport 507 A M stops at West Point only arriv 51dNo 42 Dully Express leaves Clo verport 040 A M stops at all way stations arrives Louisville 1215 1 M No 44 Dally Moll and Express leaves Clo cad WEST BOUND No 41 Dally St Louis Mall and Express leaves Cloverport 1009 AM arrives Evans vlllo 1250 PM arrives St Louis 718 P M 1owcrsdOwensboro Stanley Spottsvlllo Baskets Henderson No 43 Evansvlllo Mall and Express leaves Cloverport 735 PM Stops at allI way sta tions Arrives at Evansvlllo 1030 P M No 45 dully St Louis fast train leaves Clo verport 106L P M arrives Evansvlllo O AM St IoniaI 70A A 111 stops at ITu uraavrllln Owensboro and Henderson only DallylellvII stations Arrives at Evansvlllo 000 a m Returning leaves Evansvlllo at 530 p m nrrliws nt Clnvnrnnrt 830 p m connecd ut Irvington every ex cept Sunday Trains 91r 43 and 44 make con nection on Sunday for Fordsvlllo train Thruogh coaches on trains 41I 44 45 and 4 l Parlor cuts on trains 41 42 43 und 9 e Throiigh sleepers on trains 45 and 40 Fre reclining chair cars between Louisville andi Lt Louts on trains 45 and 46 Get a steak- at my shop and cooK it as the recipe says and Ill give you my hat If it dont taste just right Chopped Steak I I Put two pounds of lean through meatchopper fidcl two loyal teaspoonfuls of of salt and a saltspoonf of pepper mix thoroughly and form into ono largo steak Broil slowly over a perfectly clear fire or in a hot pan cook ono sido then turn and cook on tho other sido for about ten minutes Dish on a heated plate and put over it a table spoonful of butter und a tablespoonful of chop ped parsley or servo with tomato sauceBy MrsST Rorer in Ladies Home JournalFRED MAY Cloverport Let Wallace Lisbon has resigned hisI position at the L H St L shopsI and has gone on the road as fireman I LADIESir Look over your wants and see if you SPRieGthWEAR t r prp 1 We have a nice fresh selection of the following ll- ty linejjW tIMohairs Voile Boucle Danish C Cloth Snow Flakes Cheviots Ging li hams White Goods Waistings- Madras Pique Wash Silk Em broidries Laces Ribbons Collar Foundation Etc p ti New Novelties to Please You 1r rmt Tobacco Cloth for Tobacco Raisers M 1 1Js Ca NOLTE BRO r MASONIC TEMPLE t v h- II CLOVERPORT KY itp + Cadick Milling CoGRANDVIEW IND TIS The COMFORT LINE Free Reclining Chair Cars On The Popular- HENDERSON ROUTE Between Louisville EvansYllle St Louis The West and Southwest As wo are the originators of free recliningJ chair1 car ser vice between Louisville and St Louis dont you think it would pay you in traveling to Get the Henderson Houte habit 1 rese=Ask us About It=L J IRWIN GEO L GARRETT Genl Pass Agf Tray Pass Agl LOUISVILLE KY = o = o rl HopsitoJlty At Small Expense Is pleasure to VI fmElltlrIIlJnmentthat depend on the V on jour own ft- y Brenl iff rtondl yW1 I E 1 CLODS Publisher 1565th Aye NY J i7 Sour StomachNo ness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour risings and catarrh of the stomach are all due to Indigestion Kodol cures Indigestion This new discovery repre ents the natural Juices of digestion as they exist In a healthy stomach combined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dyspepsa Cure does not only cure Indigestion and dyspepsa but this famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomach Mr S S Ball of RiYenJwood W Va says I WM troubled with sour stomach for twenty rare millforKodol Digests What You Eat Bottles only 100 Size holdtos2H times the trW size which tells for 80 cent Prepared by E0 DWITT A 00 CHICAGO Sold by all Druggists Jess Bohler was the guest of relatives at Webster last week To Say What Flour youll have your bakestuff made from But if you want the staff of life bread and the relishes Pastry to suit the taste nnd health of the family order a trial sack or barrel of Cadicks GoldDust Flour from your grocer jpKCEP POSTED ABOUT It U S Steel II- M In- ft I IThe Corporation I White k Kemblo Atlas Map and 11 fr iolumOXH accessible to the public Tits volume i t shows hy a fivecoiormap the location j1 i If l J pJl capital division of securities moor I If ortillcllh IVALUI bylaws ij- X completer legal digestll- of mortgages t Ietc corrected to October lW3m ritr I tt DOW JONES CO ft 44 Broad St Now York W IfI Tho oldest News Agency of Wall street fi V mid IubllslnTs of the Wall v- M Street Journal W- ft Investors Read Tho U- jS WALL STREET JOURNAL t =0 7 f 5000I Paid for a Little bit of EraloBrainwork Work is a paying oc cupation and especially so in this case All on earth you have to do is to study tho figures given and thenplaco till number of people you think will pay to go into tho Worlds Fair during May Place tho number on tho blank on page 3 send it ti us with u dollar for tho Nows a year and if your figures are the only right ones a check for 5000 will bo sent you See page 3 for further particulars THE NEWS Cloverport Ky t J L y 1 A 1 I 0 J V- f l f t l I J A V rt li 7 i i u I 1 ra ta1 7 i 1 Jpt 1II JI h JI AI 1 c V f i j 1 d i t X i ft t f I OJ t t f If I a j- f- jt iEl 1 L y The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY MARCH 9 1004 eeeeeYTILEi i TOLD IN DISPATCHES oooeooosooeooseoooeoooo Wednesday Japanese Government replies to Russia and declares in authorized statement that Czars ministers forc ed the hsne in the Far East by military and naval demonstration Russia charged Japan with bavins treacherously obtained a victory basudden attack upon Russia who was tent on maintaining peace The Czar desires to go to tho Far East according to a dispatch to New YorK from Vienna as he is anxious to maintain tho fighting traditions of his ancestors by his presence to en courage his troops Japan expects to soon have 200 000 troops massed in Korea and Is- landing them by night Count Cassini the Russian Ambas sailor in a conference with Secretary Hay complains that the growing 111 feeling in Russia against America duo to the continued attacks of certain1t parts of the American press aaalns- liussia t Korea looking towards United States for aid Thursday Japanese aid Chinese bandits iin lively fight at Hai Cheng Japs cut off Vladivostok from out side worM by seizing telegraph Laud investment of Port Arthur by Japanese not to begin for two weeks according to advices received nt Washington Advices to London indicate that the Japanese forces are concentrating n t Ping Yang Corea in large force and are rondy for battle Friday Holiday is celebrated throughout Russian empire in honor of emanci potion of serfs in 1801 for the firs timeAmerican ship to remove refugeesI from Pig Yang Jnps declare martini law in Korea No important land battle expected by war correspondents before end of MarchFearing attack Russians at Ying Tse abandon city Saturday No news of importance excep landing of more Japanese troops l InI Loren CHEAP RATES MADE The general and assistant passenger agents of the St Louis Louisvill e railroads among them Laden J Ir win of the Henderson Route held n conference in Louisville Thursday andI agreed upon the rates to be made ball Y the roads from Louisville to St Louis during the Worlds Fair AllII the details were made with the ex ception of coach load business andt special party rates Tickets with n tenday limit willI be sold for 10 the round trip which is a reduction of 0 from the regular rates Tickets having n limit of sixty days will be sold for 11 and tickets good to return at any time during the exposition will soil for 13 The last variety are without limit and persons buying them the first day of the exposition may use them returning on the last day of the ex position or on any intermediate date Ihe rate for coach loads will be less than half the regulation fair and while it was not agreed upon it willl probably be 7 A dtibsequont meeting will beheld to arrange the coachload rate as well as the rate for special parties The man that makes character makes foes Young Jill Humors Are impure matters which tho skin livery kidneys and other organs can not take caro of without help there is such an accumulation of them They litter tho whole system Pimples boils eczema and other eruptions loss of appetite that tired feeling bilious turns fits of indiges tion dull headaches and many other troubles aro duo to them Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Remove all humors overcome all their effects strengthen tono and invigorate tho whole system I had salt rheum on my bands so that I could not work I took Hood Sarsaparllla and It drove out tbe humor I continued Its use till the sores disappeared bias IRA O BaoWN Rumford Falls Me Hoods Sarsaparilla promises to cure and keeps the promise Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind discourages and lessens ambition beauty vigor In one a bv kidneys I are of order or trouble become so that It is a to be born kidneys I If child urinates I too if urine scalds flesh or if when reaches an age when It should be able tto control passage it is yet afflicted depend upon it cause of Is kidney trouble and first step should be towards treatment of these organs This trouble Is due to a diseased condition of kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose Women as well as are made miserable with kidney and bladder trouble l Is soon realized It is sold by druggists fifty cent and dollar sizes You may have sample bottle mall and cheerfulness soon disappear when the out diseasedKidney has prevalent not for child afflictedwith weak the often the the the child the wit bedwetting the the difficulty the the Important unpleasant the men remedyTheSwampRoot e free also pamphlet tell Home of scam coot Ing all about It Including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer tCo Binghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper thtname SwampRoot Swamp Root and the address Binghamton N Y on every bottle = NATIONAL CAPITOL Wednesday The House bill appropriating 97 001788 for the navy reported to the Senate Representative Hopkins of Tent Kentucky District delivers interest i ins speech in the House on lain till sttas to penult farmers to sell withcu- tax on tobacco of their own growth February statement shows Increase in public debt during month Invasion of law charged againstI beef trust by resolution of House i fortThursday The Panama canal property will be transferred to the United States within thirty dope and the will pay Panama 10000000 and the new Panama Canal Company 10 000000It up to President Roosevelt to name the chairman of the Republic an National Committee and Post urgetI by his friends for the place Friday In the investigations against Reed Smoot of Utah to determine his right to hold his seat UH United States Senator President Josepn F Smith of tbe Merman Church created n sensation by acknowledging on the witness stand that he has five wives and still lives with them Grover Cleveland denies eating with C H Taylor n negro while he was President as charged against him by Representative Scott of Kan sns Saturday Representative Stanley makes strong speech in interest of tobacco bill In Suiojt investigation Joseph- Smith defends laws of the church which advocates polygamy because of divine revelation to reject j which would be rejection of God AVIij Iloplc Stammer Stammering depends on a want of harmony bitween time action of tll muscles chlolly abdominal which ex pal air through the larynx and that of the muscles which guard the orlllce by which It escapes with that of those which modulate till sound to the fornvI of speech Over either of the groupsI of imiscluB by Itself u stammerer may have as much power ns other people but he carrot harmoniously arrange their conjoint action Nervousness 1 a isI frequent cause of stammering It 1 IsI possible that the defect In some In stances may result from malformationI of time parts about the back of the mouth The fact that stammering people are able to slug their words better than to speak them has beenI usually explained on the suppositionI that in singing the glottis Is kept openI so that there is less liability to spas motile action A nit of Good Advice In Time An Antoinette Sterling story relates to The Lost Chord which she made famous The song did not appeal to her when the manuscript was sent to her by Sullivan But Sir Joseph Barn by spent an evening at her house att that time and in a casual way she re marked By the way Arthur Sullivan has sent me a manuscript of a new song which he has asked me to sing You might look at It Personally I dont think much of It and am going to return it Barnby tried it over there and then and before he had gone halt through it he stopped and said Going to return it did you say Itt is wonderful an inspiration Certainly I tell him you will sing it It isI i bound to make both you and him Mme Sterling always thanked the fates for bringing Barnby to her houseI that night London Chronicle NOTES OF THE RAIL The force in the painting department at the L H St L shops hits been increased with the object of get ting nil the roads equipment in shape for the Worlds Fair trade It is the intention of the liticlals of the rood to have every passenger our and engine repaired cleaned and painted or var nished as soon as possible To further- n this end some increase in being made in the forces of the other departments The switch recently built from the L H A fct L shops nearly to Faucet near the maIn track will be hused by the road for old worn out ours those that are to be repaired and to relieve yards nt othtr points along the road The spur of track just east of the shops formerly used for this purpose can now be used more for general switching The worK train has been doing some much needed work at the local railroad shops Old timbers and other rub- bISh the accumulation of years have been removed among other improve ments The northern side of the out just west of the telegraph office has been graded and may be sodded to improve the appearance of the yard Engine No 10 after being thor oughly overhauled is again in then service The News has it from a reliable source that two well known young machinists at the shops are to be mar ried soon Speculation is now on as to just who the contracting parties are StinnettAldridge W F Stinnett of Oaktown lad formerly of Earned this county was married to Miss Ruth Aldridge of inhthe Methodist church at Hawesville 1by Rev E R Bennett Friday morn Hawestwill reside Miss Aldridie is the popular and charming daughter of Mr Bad Mrs Squire Aldridge of Hawesville Mr Stinnett is a thriity young farmer and has a wide acquaintance in Breckenridgo county He went from Harried to Onktown about two years ago Countrl 4 an lrcont prost ent from Lucullulto la and Pomnoy each gave away half a dozen kingdoms Antony gave the little kingdom of Judnm to Herod One of the excellent stories of the past is that the Emperor Constantine gave Rome and all Italy to Pope Sylvester who cured him of leprosy King John called Lneklnnd icing excoiumunlcat cu by Pope Innocent III gave to that pope nnd his successors the kingdom of Ireland and England The deed reads Xot constrained with fear but with my full consent and the advice of my barons for the remission of my sins against God nnd the church I resign England and Ireland to God St Peter St Paul and our lord the Pope Inno cent and to his successors In the apes tolic choir Julius II gave the estates of King Louis XII to the Emperor Maximilian Sixtus V Gregory XIV and Clement VIII were ready to make a present of France to whomsoever Philip II would have chosen for the husband of his daughter Clara Eu genia Alexander VI presented the East and West Indies to Spain and Portugal which was like glviifg al most nil the earth 1Tragedy Averted 1Just in the nick of time our little boy was saved writes Mrs W Vat kiss of Pleasant Oity Ohio Pneu mania had played sad havoc with hint mind n terrible cough set in besides Doctor treated him but he grew worse DreKings New Discovery for Consumption and our darling was saved Hes now sound and well Everybody ought to know its the only sure cure for Coughs Colds and all Lung die ease Guaranteed by Short Haynes Druggists Price COo and 1 Trial bottles free A Japanese Mimic A Jolly little story is told by a contributor to an English paper about n curious faculty the Japanese have of imitating animals I remember some years ago she says being at a Christ mas Juvenile party when a nephew of the mlkndo was present The young prince got himself up by means of n muff n sable mantle and n boa for a tail to look like some extraordinary feline and then crawled into the room where the Fells domestlca was enjoying the hearth rug before the fire There was something so sinuous dud lifelike In his movements that the wretched grimalkin almost flew up the chimney with terror You Know What You Are Taking Tonle every bottlo showing that It Is simply Iron and Quinine In a tasteless form No cure No pay Price 60c Too Deserving A young village maiden had obtained the modesty prize I suppose then my child said a Parisian lady ad dressing her you are the most modest girl in the parish There is not the slightest doubt about that maam and its a down right shame I didnt get all tho other prizesParis Journal 11 A SOUTHERN BELLE A beautiful Georgia Girl Vice President of the East End Palmetto Club of Savannah and prominent socially there relates the following experienceYou certainly have produced the finest medicine for suffering women that there is to be had in the country I want to recommend it es pecially to mothers I was seventeen years old when my darling boy was born Felt very exhausted and weak for a long time and it seemed I could not get my strength back My sisterinlaw bought me a bottle of Dr Pierces Favorite Pre scription after I had tried sev eral of the other remedies which Old Time Grave Ilobbcr Under the laws of Draco the most severe code ever drawn up all grave robbers were put to death without trial The old Athenian laws put a slave to death for disturbing a body after interment but in the case of a freeman a confiscation of u moiety of his possessions was the penalty Constantino decreed that n woman might obtain a divorce If she could prove that her husband had disturbed the remains of the dead At one time in the time of the seventh and eighth Henrys the English law held that it is deemed unlawful to open a grave for a second person except for a hus band or wife Vegetables of Liberia The most common vegetables of Li beria are the sweet potato cassada yarn and tanla The cassada Is a root varying in size from three to eight inches in length and from three to eight inches in circumference When it is cooked it tastes very much like afresh chestnut This root is the vegeta ble most extensively cultivated by tho natives and forms with the rice their chief diet The fccula of the cassada is made train tapioca Stage aiunucrn Stage managers still consider it necessary to keep the actors bustling about the stage In a meaningless unnatural and distracting manner In life I do not speak three or four sentences to my friend at one side of the room and then with him elaborately cross the room before I continue my discourse Why should I do so on the stage London Academy It is dangerous for one to take pat ent medicines of unknown composi tion When n person is really sick the best course is to call n physican Often times however a person is rundown and out of sorts without being actually sick At such times a good common sense digestive tonic is usually all that is needed Such a tonic is Walthers Peptoniz ed Port which YOU can get at A R Fishers drug store It consists simp ly of pure port wine and pure pepsin The first gives new blood new life the second prompts a perfect per formance of the digestive organs Small size 60 centslarge size 100 An Investigator Yes our boy has shown a remark able talent for music Ho wants to get at the very source of it as it were What proof have you of this Why he knocked in the heads of three drums in as many daysCleve land Plain Dealer lAyersPills Want your moustache or beard abeautiful brown orrich black Use are so much- advertised and found no re lief I had little faith in the medicine at the time and was so weak and sick that I felt dis couraged but within a week after I had commencedtaking n Prescription I was like a different wom an New life and vitality seemed to come with each succeed ing day until in a few weeks WI I was in fine health and a happy hearty woman My boy is now two years old and thanks to your splen did medicine I am enjoy ing perfect health If at any time I feel tired or in need of a tonic a few doses of your Favorite Prescription recuperates me at once My address is No 511 Jones Street East Savannah Ga Mrs SUSIB WltMAMS To Dr R V Pierce 0There is No Beauty like the Beauty of Health Nothing encourages beauty of face and form so much as a healthy body Very much depends on the condition of the organs peculiar to women These should perform their functions regularly and be free from those weakening influences so often con nected with life in the city Dr R V Pierce after making a specialty of womans diseases finally founda prescription whose ingre dients were entirely of vegetable origin which had a marvelous effect on titan the Slave It has taken nges of repression to bring the husband and father to his present condition of abject slavery to the wife and mother lie is the victim of a process that began in the garden of Eden and gives no promise of end ing until ho is called to the reward that awaits the humble on the other and brighter shore Chicago Inter Ocean Putting Words In Tier Month- I declare said Bella sweetly your thoughts run exactly in unison with mine Augustus I had those very words in my mouth Yes and I saw him put em there too said lttlo Tommy who had seen the kissing going on To Cure A Cold In One Day Take Laxative Dromo Quinine Tablets All druggists orotund the money If It falls to cure E W Grves signature Is on each box BSn MINTONE INSTANTLY OURES HeadAcheTHE THE MARKET THAT IS PLEASANT TO TAKE Harmless Safo at All Times Prompt and EfficientI CURES Neuralgia CURES Nervous ness CURE Dizziness CURES Nausea CURBS Sleeplessness CURES quietsthe Price 25c For Sale By SHORT HAYNESS- ole Agents In Cloverport liverTheybiliousness sickheadache Sold for 60 years fooIfiS0 BUCKINGHAMS DYE I linT en or Diuoaim CB y ain r coiuaaw RH I the organs peculiar to women He found it also had a good tonic effect on the whole system this he used in his private practice with such favorable results that he finally de cided to put it up in patent medi cine form some thirtyfive years ago and since that time it has en joyed the largest sale of any mcdir cine put up for women only It is entirely vegetable and Dr Pierce gives his absolute guarantee that it contains no alcohol opium or other F harmful narcotics The trouble with many tonics put up for the public is that they depend upon alcohol for their stimulating effect this is something Dr Pierce has always felt was bad practice harmful and a poor business policy if not absolutely wrong The Sisters of time Good Shepherd at their convent II Our Lady of the Woods Carthage 0 use a great deal of Dr Pierces medicines they say in a recent letter to Dr Pierce IIWe beg to assure you of the great benefit these medicines giveour ailing ones We cannot sufficiently recommend their excellence tt Favorite Prescription cures the womanly diseases which undermine the general health which make the eyes and cheeks hollow and the body thin Weak and sick women are invited to consult Dr Pierce by letter in strict confidence Address Dr R V PIERCE Buffalo N Y YOU GUN Jet a copy of Doctor Pierces Common Sense Medical adviser 1008 panes FREE by sending stamps to pay expense of mailing ONLY Send 31 one cent stamps for the cloth bound volume or only 21 stamps for the book In paper covers Hddress Dr It V PIERCE Buffalo N Y Chintz Royalty Practical Surveyor also Notary Public Ican survey your Lands write your Deeds and take the acknowledgement at your home This saves you trouble andcost Your Patronage Solicited Address me at Hardinsburg Ky Anyone enalDa IllXetCII ana oeacnpuon may quickly ascertain our opinion an Invention Is probably pntentnblo Commnnlcn Moni itrlctljr confldontlal HANDBOOK on Patents eecurlllRpatent8latent8 IPtclal notice without charge In tbo Scientific Jlm rita A handsomely Illustrated weekly Iareest circulation of any icIentlUo Journal Terms f3 a BomabyallnewadealeraFNUNN Branch once 625 F Bt Washington D C Correct Dress for Men If welmakoryour suit this fall you can depend on CORRECTNESS OF STYLE EXCELLENCE OF TAILOR 1NO RELIABILITY OF FABRIC J H HunscheW- ith Casper May Co Cannelton Ind J L MOORMAN DENTISTOffice over Oolros Hardware Store Prompt attention to all kinds of Denim Work Special attention to FINE GOLD FILLINGS AND CROWN and BRIDGEWORK- Pries Moderttt Satisfaction Umnafid C c a v A I v pa wL r j 3Iy 3Ii i Cr i ll- A I 0 rt r j 0 1II i I If 1 i L It r 1 s i i i i M I t to J A ff- I f- i f f iJi i rIt hq- LJI r- 7r fI i The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY MARCH 0 1004 LEGISLATIVE ACTS OF- LOCAL INTEREST Wednesday The Bribery Investigation Com mittee aSKS Joy Beckham about charges of bribery published in the Louisville Herald In answer to many questions Inv Beokhnm says he knows nothing of tho charges Brilliant hanquet iven legislators stat officials and visitors by citizens 6f Frankfort in honor of the settle ment of the State capitol question at the Capitol Hotel Frankfort Among the 250 present were D 0 Moor man and Jas E Stone of Bracken ridge county and G W Richardson G W Richardson Jr and A Y Thompson of ioade county Miss Pauline Hardin ieelected State Librarian The House bill to repeal the law placing a license tax on tobacco man afactured in the State was passed The House bill providing that coun ty health officers shall be elected by the Fiscal Court the County Judge to be a member of the County Board of Health and the Fiscal Court to elect one member of said board was passed H The bill requiring counties that have not already done so to purchase or build county hospitlals for tho treat ment of contagious ana eruptive dis eases wad passed The bill authorizing trustees of sixth class towns to require the citi zens to work on the streets and alleys was passed Thursday The Byron bill to render more hu mane the execution of condemned oiiminuls by having them electrocut ed Ireide the State penitentiaries Instead of being hanged in the county of conviction was passed by 25 to 0 Two witnesses testify before Senate Committee on Printing Investigation that 28000 contract of Globe Print ing Company could have been done for net over 3COO Bribery investigations continue i no developmentsFriday Both the Senate and House Com mittees on Bribery Investigation have more witnesses but fail to secure clear evidence in charges of bribery Strictest secrecy marks all invest gations The Gillenwater bill creating a state forestry commission which was lost some days ago fur Jack of con stitutional majority was reconsider ed and adopted by a vote of 25 to 2 The bill of Senator burin to pre vent the shipping of liquors into local option districts which had been adversely reported by committee was taken up and adopted after amendment The amendment pro vided against shipment with knowl edge that resale is intended Saturday Gov Becunam approves the follow ing bills Senate Bill OAn act Inorea lnJ the common school term from five to six months House Bill 7An act reapportion lag the Sheriffs revenue to meet the extension of the common school term House Bill 221An act reapportion WHAT OAME OfA LETTER Bfy I DearAnnlKalemust good news Right after receiving your letter the day before New Years I started in with new resolu tions on the first of the year I wrote to Dr R V Pierce at Buffalo N Y as you requested me to do I gave him all my symptoms which were that I was tired so wed all the time and did not care to go anywhere depressed and sad and all ambition gone backache and n drag ed out feeling could not sleep limbs feeling sore and aching I followed the doctors advice which he went to considerable pains to make plain to meto rest every daya nap after lunchcomplete relaxation cultivate repose of mind try not to worry get as much outdoor air as possible and prac tice long deep breathing expanding the lungs Then forauterine to ic Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription coupled with a wash he told me of I must say thnt after follow Ing his advice for four months I feel perfectly cured Ind like a new woman Yours affectionally JEWEL letters like the above are not unusual Mrs Kooman of831 Grant Ave Schenectady N Y says nI continued with the medicine until I had taken five bottles also two vials of the Pleasant Pellets and I was cured I al ways recommend Dr Fierce1 medicines to my friends when they Are not welt to My daughter is in quite good health thanks to Dr Pierces medicines My wishes are that all who are afflicted wilt try them and see what for the sick write Mrs goodMcconeil of Rochester tad Send 31 onecent stamps to Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y for his Common- Sense Medical Adviser 1008 pages JI DO YOU NEED A MEDICINE IT COSTS YOU NOTHING TO INVESTHATE There is no one who does not need a occasionallyThe are well known to every one such as consti sleeplessnessmany others of a similar nature heedingthet Many acquire sonic chronic disease from which they never recover Many of these could be spared for years of usefulness by keeping in the home sonic rcliablo remedy anyfairmindedter remedy for the Liver known than SyrupTheof Bnchu Hydrangea Mandrake Yellow Dock Dandelion Sarsaparilla Gentian Senna and Iodide of Potassium You know just what you are taking How many other formulas of a liver medicine are published Ask your druggist about this It is already prepared and can be immediatelyThe extracted in the most skillful manner certainly superior to any powdered preparation known We also powdered dryLiverSyrupisstrength as Liver Medicine in dry form and will keep in any climate Your doctor however skillful could prescribe nothing better There is no opportunity for a doctor to make a mistake in writing a prescrip tion or a drug clerk to make a mistake in compounding the same besides a doctors bill and time cost of the medi cine You can be absolutely sure of the proper proportion being in every dose Syruphasdence and success in thousands of homes for 52 years and is prepared by a phar macist of 25 years experience in a laboratory equipped with the most modern appliances for the most perfect safety If you do not understand your write tOllay for a Free sample bottle anti Dr rhaehert Health Hook live tymptomt for advice We simply ask that you try it at our expense llo know what it wilt do FOR SALE XT ALL DRUGGISTS 60 cents and 100 THACHER MEDICINE CO Chattanooga Tenn ing the Appellate districts of the StateHouse Bill 218Au act appropriat ing 175000 for improvements and ex tensions at the Western Asylum for the insane at Hopkinsville House Bill 5An act to repeal certain portions of the exemption laws of the State This is the bill of Representative Clanrof McCracken county striking out the section of the act of 1003 not allowing the 850 exemption to apply for provisions for the family Life Guards TLe Life Guards are two regIments of cavalry forming part of the British nonsehold troops They are gallant soldiers and every loyal British heart Is proud of them Not only the Kings household but yours ours everybodys should have life guards The need of them is especially great when the greatest foes of life dis eases find allies in the very elements as colds influenza catarrh the grip and pneumonia do in the stormy month of March The best way that we know of to guard against these systemwithof all life guards- It removes the conditions in which the disease make their most successful attaoK give vigor and tone to all the vital organs and functions and im parts a genial warmth to the blood Remember the weaker the system the greater tne exposure to disease Hoods Sarasparilla makes the system strong Deaths at llawesville Patrick Kelly aged seventyone died at his home In Hawesvillo Tues day night of last week He was an honest and Industrious man and was universally esteemed Jeff Oldhain aged foilyfivejyears died at Hawesville very suddenly last Wednesday His father was once jailer of Hancock county The funeral was conducted Thursday by the Masons Geo Bauer Br father of Geo and Fred Bauer and Mrs Rud Hel bach died in Hawesville Friday evening of senility He was born in Germany in 1Q18 and came to America in 1840 He was a member of the Catholic church The Wrong Notion- I would like to get a ribbon for my typewriter said the man to the young woman with the yellow home destroy- Ing hair behind the notion counter of a department store Woman or machine asked the clerkMachine Stationery counter to your left Cleveland Leader TrtiMtfnl A woman will not esteem a man whom she cannot trust said the mor alistYes answered Mr Mcekin and I am delighted to note that Henrietta always tnts me to put the cat out and fix thr furnace Ore and lock the basement door and do a lot of things Washington Star WEBSTER MAN MEETS DEATH Horace U Stewart who once resided near Webster this county died last Thursday afternoon in Louisville at the Kentutky Tobacco companys plant His right arm aud head were drawn into h machine which he was operating by his coat sleeve being caught in the cogs it is supposed His arm was ground into a pulp and several bones in hid faro wore crushed before the machinery was stopped How ho happened to be drawn into the machine is not definitely Known Stewart was removed to St J jeenhs Infirmary at once alter tho accident and died in two hours Mr Stewart was forty years old and is survived by a wife and two children Four or live years ago he moved with his family to Louisville from Webster where he is well known He had been an employee of the Kentucky Tobacco Product Com panys plant for several years A roaming gypsy fortune teller fore told Mr Stewarts death to his wife last summer She told Mrs Stewart that her husband would meet with a violent death within a year and while ne was engaged at his work All Eyes on St Louis The eyes of all time world will be turned toward St Louis during the Tear 1004 Everybody will want to got 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 all the news of the Worlds Fair all the news of the national campaign and all the news of all the earth See advertisement elsewhere in this issue What He Wanted A tall bride 13 the best looking dont you think Well replied the titled Englishman who had caught on to a little American slang so far as I am personally con cerned I certainly am not looking for one who Is short Chicago Post Colds Cause Pneumonia One of the most remantable cases of cold deepseated on the lungs causing pneumonia is that of Mrs Gertrude t Fenner Marlon Ind wh s entirley cured by the use of One Minute Cough Cure She BaysIThe coughing and straining so weakened me that 1 ran down in weight from 148 to 12 pounds 1 tried a number of remedies to no aval until I used One Minute Cough Cure Four bottles of this wonderful remedy cured me en tirely of the cough strengthened my lungs and restored me to my normal weight health and strength Sold by All Druggists Blocking hint CarrieIm sure you misjudge Mr Sweetser papa lie Is n man of great ambitions You should hear him tell of tho things he is going to do Carries Papa And I suppose Im one of em but Ill reckon hell find It harder to ac complish than he fancies It Is More Riots Disturbances of strikers are not nearly as grave ns an individual dis order of the system Overwork loss of sleep nervous tension will be followed bv utter collapse unless a reliable rem edy is immediately employed There no thing so efficient to cure disorder of the Liver or Kidneys as Electrc Bit ters Its a wonderful tonic and effective nervine and the greatest all round medicine for run down systems It dispels Nervousness Rheumatism and Neuralgia and expels Malaria germs Only SOc and satisfaction guaranteed by Short Haynes Druggists Podlcarinir an Elephnnt The tools for trimming elephants feet are a carpenters drawknife and a rasp for the soles and a horseshoers knife and sandpaper for the toe nails The operator places a beer keg or a strong box behind one hugo hind foot lightly prods the thick ankle with his elephant hook and commands the beast to Hold upl Up comes the mighty foot slowly and heavily but obediently as the velvety paw of a kitten The foot Is rest ed on the box or the keg where It remain while the expert works on it much ns a horscshoer pares the hoof of a horse Great slivers of the horny sole are sliced off until It Is cut nearly to proper thickness whon tho rasp Is used to smooth off Similarly the toe nulls are treated with the knife and the sandpaper while the big patient stands with swinging trunk nod nn occasional wag of an ear too full of satisfaction for utterance When the turn of the forefoot comes tho great beast is mildo to lie down on Its side and the hoots are propped up and treatedMcChlres- A Hard Proposition One of the hardest things for a man to do when he has come home late from tho club and tried to go to bed without taking off his collar Is to ex plain to his wife he heard It was a good cure for sore throat Now York Press r ic JUDICIAL SALE In the Circuit Court of time United States for the Western District tf Kentucky Oweusboro 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 on the Uh day of January 1004 in the above en titled cause I as Special Master appointed for such purpose by the said decree willsell at public auction to UK highest bidder in bar and free of all right and equity of redemption in said defendant Central Clay Product Coin pan y upon the land and premises here inafter described on Wednesday the 23d day of March 1004 at 13 oclock midday standard lime the following described property All and singular the lauds real estate buildings machinery and other things completebrick particularlThat certain tract or parcel of land situated near and adjoining the limits of the City of Cloverport Breckenridge county State of Kentucky containing thirtyone and onehalf ilk acres bounded as follows Beginning at a stake on Murrays line the original corner thence with the original line south fourteen and one half 14 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 Ilaid off for Bacon and wife thence north fourteen and onehalf 14 degrees west one hundredand three 103 poles to the original line between Fishers and Murrays tracts of land thence south sixtynine andone half 602degrees 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 page60ltioned in the deed from the Patton Vitrified Brick Company and George C Patton Trustee to George C Patton individually and the same tract of land mentioned in the deed from George C Patton to tae Central Clay Product Company party of the first part all of said deeds being of record in the office of the Clerk of the County Court of KentuckyAlso brick kilns and machinery aud all buildings structures erections fixtures improvements and additions and all rights franchises rights of way easements privileges interests and immu nities belonging or appertaining to the business of said defendant and all its plant machineries boilers engines wagons carts live stock tools imple ments materials supplies patent rights and its other property ofevery kind and 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 andappurtenances thereunto belonging and the rents issues and profits thereof and all time estate right title interest property possession claim and demand whatsoever as well at law as in equity of the said defendant in and to the same and every port and parcel thereof The foregoing property does not in cludge seventyeight cars together with the rails guard rails and extras for angle guard rails which were procured from the Atlas Car Manufacturing Company TIe sale of all the foregoing propeity shall be in one lot or parcel and as a whole and no bid for time same ofa sum less than nine thousand dollars will bereceivedAt same time and place I will also sell at public auction to therhigh est bidder seventyeight 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 he received Each bidder shall be required to place in my hands at the time of time accept anco of his bid and and as part of said hidand as a pledge thnt he will make good his hid if accepted by the Court a sum equal to twentyfive per cent of the bid so made by him said sum to be de posited either in cash or certified check or certificate of deposit payable to or endorsed to my order For the balance be ng seventyfive per cent of his bid each purchaser shall execute o prom issory note bearing interest from time 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 of 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 and the deferred payment of seventyfive per cent by surrender ing to me at tbe time his bid is ac cepted bonds and overdue coupons se cured by first mortgage executed by the defendant to the complainant said brnds 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 coat of advertising and making the sale the allowances to the trustee and his counsel the allowances to the receiver and his counsel and the allow ance 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 more r specific description of the personality to be sold reference is hereby made to the decree and the papers on file in the above cause RICHARD N HUDSON Special Master If you want or have anything you dont want use the Buttorick patterns J D Babbage agent a e cona Qtz CO ecocomoooeooscaoeceael as sea O THE Irlvin popu irityt f MiiO eat souilnvist and trile iru il incrcnsp In- S to that scratnui specially on till first iiicl thirdlui siliynif i ad month 1HumcsfoKiTs Iluuiidtrip mid Colonist OlllIIY r ducid rat ditii rnrouraKoa egaipnmotx III I DecemberIi itettirniiiK Tourist per will arrive St Louis following MondayI In Train No 0 scheduled to arrive Union Station 720 11 m connecting with all lines Diverging Schedule and rates Iwr double lienh as below sOUTH UERTH RATE NORTH 835 i tn Lv St Loum Frisco 8IstemAr 130 a m S Jitn Ar 8I1rlnjl1u1dIOO Ar 1S06 a m jj Otto a in Ar Monuit lOlL Ar 1040 p m 410 1111 Ar 1 Purls 200 Lv 1220 nn 40 p m Lv 1 Purls 00 Tox Mid ArI11O a m 9j p m Ar RiinU mM Lv 060 u m amxr Upturning Tourist Hlieper leaven HOUSTON First and Third Saturdays 910 p m i uflK M WISIIART T P A St Louis J STUART TAYLOR T I A Svansville e m eee se a e eeaeee ea eesa w NN NN N N 0 N N N NN N i iof M H Elizabethtown KyII FORTi HOME INSURANCE CO NEW YORK THE LARGEST COHPANY IN THE WORLD tThis company writes FIRE LIGHTNING and 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 0 NNW NN NNNNNNNON NNN NN NN N iiDAN BROOKS CO LIVE STOCK COMMISSION 1 flERCHANTS CENTRAL STOCK YARDS LOUISVILLE KY t44+ + + + NNNN NN I1n lIlnu I am sometimes accused writes Sir John Lubbock of being too op timistic But 1 have never Ignored nor denied the troubles and sorrows of life I have never said that men are happy but only that they might be that If they are not so the fault is generally their own that most of us throwaway more happiness than we enjoy CASTO RIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signatureof 0 In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA TBI CENTAUR COMPANY NEW YORK CITY New Barber at Hammatfs Claude Medley came up from Owens boro last Wednesday to take th e po sition at C W Haminansbarber shop made vacant by the resignation of Chas Ryan Mr Medley was formerly with the barberrflrm of Medley Bros at OwensboroV XP t I yr7I ln 4 1 i J AtLA 3j A j II f t 1 r t- Y d irSryl1 1Ift- it IW I ir g y 1 I a i a I i Y ir- i I j A- i I I 1 I If The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY MARCH 0 100J DERBY IND Andy Earlea was up from Rome Friday Davis Cunningham was in town ThursdayMrs Spencer was In town TuesdayJames Mogan returned from Louis villa Friday Miss Edith Elder was down from Dexter Tuesday Mrs Carrie Fleltz was over from Chenault Friday Mr and Mrs James Hargis left for Louisville Tuesday- N H Mitchell went to Chennnll on business Friday- W J Brnien of Louisville was in town Wednesday Mrs Kate McGinty spent Friday night with Mis Kate Martin Mr White salesman for Bel knap Co was in town Tuesday Mrs Ellen Cummings is at present the guest of Mr N Mitchell and wifeMrs Mat Davis and daughter were gnests of Mrs Lee Mogau Monday nightMiss Prlscilla Sandage went to Princeton Ind Wednesday to visit relativesMisses Ivy Mitchell and Babe Davis went to Louisville Friday to hear Patti sing Will Shutz and Oscar Hargis attend ed commencement exercises at Dexter ThursdayDr was called to Ch nault Sunday to see Lee Bosley who has been very ill Messrs Ed Trainor E Gilliland and John Kronsh were in Louisville the first of the week Mrs Annie Cunningham of Cue nault and Mrs Kate Cunningham at tended the funeral of Mr G Wash Landers Tuesday Wm Heath who has for several years made his home with Mr and Mrs U Cummings will hereafter live with Frank Yates and wife Mr and Mrs Mike Jar boe re moved their household effects to Paducah Ky Wednesday They will wage this place their furture home Wakeful Children For a long time the two year old child of Mr P L MoPherson 50 N Teuth St Harnsburjc Pa would sleep but two or three hours in the early part of tile night WhICh made it very hard for her parents Her mother con eluded that the child had stomach trouble old gave her half of one or Chamberlains Stomach nnd 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 BIG SPRING John Ciok and son of Custer were here lust Tuesday Mr aud Mrs Herman Meyer were in Louisville last week and returned home Friday Miss Julia Millward of Louisville is n charming visitor ot her sister Mrs John D Mender Miss Lill Olarkson returned home Friday irom a visit to Mm Burd wen at McHenry Miss Daisy Meador has returned from a visit to hoi sister Mrs T C WilliiiuiH of West Point Miss Myrtle Moorman returned home Thursday from a visit at Bowling Green and Sonora Miss Zelma Strother returned home Thursday after n mouths stay in Louisville with friends and relatives Ayers One dose of Ayers Cherry Pectoral at bedtime prevents night coughs of children No croup No bronchitis A CherryPectoral doctors medicine for all affections of the throat bron chial tubes and lungs Sold for over 60 years I have used Ayers Cherry Pectoral In my f mllr for cinlit years Tlierolinotlilni eijuiil to It tor viiiLcliii mid culds eiperinHy for chl- ldrenMII8 W U imvuun Shelby Ala i sec 8100Jo Aven co All Lowell Mandruaiaisarsas for W fight Coughs Keep the bowels open with one of Ayers Pills at bedtime Just ono Dr 0 Conner and Mrs Sallie Clark son of Ellzabethtown were down Friday the guests of Mrs Amanda Clarksnn Will Brandenburg of Elizabeth town and Mr Petty of Nashville were looking at some mules Friday but made no purchases Dr Strother was called in consultation with Dr Howell last Sunday to help set a fractured limb of Will Williams of near Vine Grove John Hicks came down Saturday from Louisville and remained over Sunday with his wife who is here with her parents Mr and Mrs W H Doran Dr Strother was called to Howe Valley last week in consultation with Dr Wm Stead and performed an abdominal operation on n child for obstruction of the bowels Proper Treatment of Pneumonia Pneumonia is too dangerous a dls 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 pneumonia always results from a cold 01 froman attack of the grip and that by giving Chamberlains Cough Rem edy the threatened attack of pneu monia may be warded off This remedy is also used by physicians in the treatment of pneumonia with the best results Dr W J Smith of Sanders Ala who isjilso a druggist savs of itl have been selling Chamberlains Cough Remedy and prescribing it In my practice for the past slf years I use it in cases of pneumona and have always gotten the best results Sold by Short Haynes IRVINGTONi 7 f DrMoorman was in Hardinsburg WednesdayClaire and Maggie Dandy have the measles- J B Biggs went to Hopkinsville on business Saturday Porn Galloway of Hardinsburg was in town Wednesday Miss Annie Gaines of Fordsville is the guest of Jesse Brady Miss Hallie Mercer returned to her home in Louisville Tuesday eveuing Roger StAphens of Louisville was the guest of Miss Willa Drury Sunday Miss Bates of Louisville was the guest of Rev Graves and wife last weekMrs Nannie Wathen attended the funeral of Mrs Fairleigh at Brandenburg Sunday Miss Minnie Woolfolk of Ekron was the guest of Miss Annie Leo Bandy last week Crayton Claycomb returned to his home in Louisville Saturday after a two weeds visit at home Mrs E O Perrin and Mrs T N MccJlothlan attended the funeral of Mr Stewart at Webster Saturday Miss Anna Mann who has been visiting her aunt Mrs August Bryant has returned to her home in LouisvilleMrs Gardner entertained the Young Peoples Missionary Society Saturday afternoon A good meeting is reported Rev J T Lewis failed to fill his appointment at Stephensport Sunday on account of the serious illness of his little son J T A protracted meeting will begin next Monday night at the Methodist church The evangelist J J Smith has been engaged to assist Rev Hynes Rev Hynes was called to Meade county Sunday to officiate at the burial services of his cousin Mr Will Brown who died Saturday after a long illness of lung tubercular The Social Club was delightfully entertained at the home of the Miss Mumford Tuesday evening of last week Progressive Crimp was in dulged in until a late hour Miss Nannie Wathen was Ins successful winner The Club was entertained last nvenlng at the home of Miss Mable McGlothlan i EKRON Mrs Tom Payne is quite sick Sam Brown left Sunday for Louis vilie Mrs S J Brown was in Louisville last week Juno Shacldett was at home Satur day und Sunday Miss Lizzie Harrington visited Miss Nellie Carrico last Friday Wordie Archer of Louisville was at home Saturday and Sunday Miss Francis Frymire is visiting her cousin Miss Alliene Frymire Mi 88 Nell Shncidet was in Branden burg last week having dental work doneMrs sJ R Frymire spent several days recently with relatives in Louis ville Miss Maud Adkission spent Wed nesday night with her aunt Mrs D S Childs Miss Rose Craycroft visited Miss DR FENNERS KIDNEY and Backache All diseases bladder Also Dropsy Female TroublesCURE i Dont become discouraged There Is a you If necessary write Ur tenner surefor spent a llfo time curing Just such cases as yours Allconsultations Pree A gravel lodged In my bladder After using a few bottles of Dr Fenners Kidney and Iiackacho Oure I passed n travel halt as large as a marblo Tim medicine prevented further formations 1 wnll cured W T OAKES Orrlx Va Druggists sec f1 Ask tar Cook Book Free Sure Cure Circular Dr OIYIIUO DANCE Fenner FredonlaNY For Sale Ity Short Haynes Nellie Shncklett Saturday night and SundayErnest Brown and family were the guests of his father Henry Brown Thursday Judge J F Woolfolk Blant Shack let and son John Rod spent several days in Louisville last week Mrs Jake Shucklet went to Louis ville last Friday to spend sometime with her husband who is spending his last year in medical school B Guedry and sisters Miss Dollie and Laura Lee spent Saturday and Sunday with their parents here Quite a number of our young folks attended the social given by the Misses LeGrand Saturday night Miss Nell Board and Miss Netite Fonsbee were the guests of Miss Virgie Richardon Saturday night and SundayMrs Jabe Brashear and little daughter Alliene of Wyat Missouri worn the guests of their aunt Mrs W M Fryinire last weed They left Saturday to visit Mrs J W Barr Mrs Brashears mother and their relatives at Frymire Kv Wooklng Overtime Eight hour laws are Ignored by those tireless little workersDr Kings New Life Pills Millions are always at work night and daycuring Indigestion Biliousness Constipation Sick Headache and nil stomach Liver and Bowel troubles Easy pleas ant safe sure Only 25o at Short Haynes drug store LAHANT Mrs Marion Hardesty is m- Arch Below is ill of pneumoHia Wash Hiokersons new house will soon be completedJ Martin Hardesty has best mail carrier this week Paul Knlluinn contemplates a visit to the St Louis fair Mrs J D Stiff of Ammons spent the day among friends here this weekRoy Leaf will teach a spring school at Roberts schoolhouse It begins tho first Monday in April Mr and Mrs Meserve have gone to pay a visit to friends and relatives near Chambers and Pateeville John McCoy of Stephensport has been here this last week working at his trade carpentering and has much worn yet to do Minss Ada Baysingor a charming young girl of Paynesville has left here after spending a week with bet broth er Frank Bayslnjer BEWLEYVILLE Miss Alberta Drury is at home Miss Mary has been sick for sever al days Uncle Joel Jordon is not as well as commonMiss Hardawav has returned from a weeks visit in Louisville The Golden Links are endeavoring to hold together Bndmove on Read This Richmond Ky Feb 9 1001 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir I havo used one bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery for kidney and bladdertrouble I weighed 150 pounds when 1 began using it today I weigh 176 pounds and I feel better than I have in twen ty years and I cneerfully recommend it to the publio 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 seminr emission weak and lame backs rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidnevs and blad der in both men ana women regulates bladder troubles in cnildren If not sold by your druggist it will be sent by mail on receipt of 1 One small bottle is two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure Dr 1 W Hall sole manufacturer P 07 Box 029 St Luis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggists Office 2031 Olive street Mrs Cale Hawkins spent list week with her parents and visited rela tivesMr and Mrs Peniok who live on the old Drury place attended church Sunday Misses Vivia Stith and Nannie Hicks of Stubs Valley left Friday to attend School at Bowling Green The Missionary meeting with Mrs B A Hardaway Friday Feb 26 was a pronounced success All present were in the very best humor and only the absence of some good memoeru marred the full enjoyment of the dayMrs Florence Hawkins and Mrs Hugh Hardawuy were visitors to the society and several gentlemen helped those women along We had our lesson and expect to be on the honor roll Golden Rod WOLF CREEK Mrs Henry Curl is improving slow ly Mrs Richard Smith is the guest of Mrs Will Purkhiser R R Trent returned some from Brandenburg Friday Mrs Taul Howard spent Thursday with Mrs Sylvester Howard Misses Mnyme and Ruth Trent were visitors at Mrs W D Smith Sunday Misses Mayme and Ruth Trentwere the guests of Nolle Flannerv Thurs day 3 Miss Edith Cunningham spent Thursday with her little friend Rob bie Trent Miss Laura Etherton spent Wednesday with her sister Mrs T N OwingsMiss Beatrice Howard was the guest of her friend Lowella Chism Saturday night Miss Belle Smith and Ella Still were the guests of Mrs Lawrence Holloway Tuesday Thomas Cunningham and Carl Edinona left on the towboat Boaz for Pittsburg Wednesday Miss Kate Etherton is spending this week near Concordia the guest of her friend Miss BerthaHarrison James Flannery who has been employee as carpenter on the towboat J B Finley returned home last week Misses Nell Trent Wyatt Lambert Nelle Flannery ana Edward Flannery were the guests of Misses Dora and Jennie Flannery Wednesday CASTORIAForI The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature 71J of I m J MILLINERYI I v v- W I will also carry a full lino of w V this Bessie J W boo will do the She n W is in Louisville now aI W her It will be all now w iW goods and she can trim a hat to w W suit any one from the oldest to fa and I will take in ox ft W change produce So tII- IWI the lino of Hats and ffl other goods before The I stock will be ready for sale March 21 so you can 4 get your Hats for h FRYMIRE J W Barr losta tine cow Walter Bargers bang is very ill Albert Barr son of Charles Barr has a broken limbrWheat is showing np better In these parts We are needing some good farm hands In this section- S J Brashear and family spent Sunday at N P Bruners rIrsH E Frymire Is visiting relatives at Cloverport this week Misses Lena and Caroline Brashear spent Friday with Miss Gertrude E H English filled his regu lar nt Raymond Saturday and Sunday daughterNaryher mother Mrs J H Barr George Prather and Ethel West and George Hurt and Daisy rattier were married at their homes Feb 27 Miss Maud Thompson of our little town Rhodehuis in Louisville taking items in this week The AVIoIredext nit of Sen Nine out of ten travelers would tell Inquirers that the roughest piece of water isthat cruel stretch In the Eng lish channel and nine out of ten travelers would says what was not true As a matter of fact the wickedest bit of sea Is not In tho Dover strait or in yachting for example from St Jean do Luis up to Faulllac or across the race from Cadiz to Tangier nor is It In rounding Cape Horn where there is what sailors call a true sea The wickedest sea is encountered in rounding the Cape of Good Hope for the eastern ports of Cape Colony Shlpplffg World The ainlln In Sweden In certain parts of Sweden where the most absolute confidence Is reposed In the honesty of the people a very in frmal postal system is in vogue As the mall steamer reaches a landing place a man goes nshore with the letters which he places in an unlocked box on the pier Then the passerby who expects a letter opens the box turns over the letters and selects his own without being questioned by any one Dividing the Bexei While worshiping In a little chapol of ease a few miles from Ruthln on the Wrexham road the sexes are so strictly divided that they cannot even ate one another The building forms a right angle In one arm of which the men sit and the women In the other It was built and endowed bra ml sogynist of the Stuart period who objected to having his devotions distract ed by the sight of the hated sex and with male posterity stipulated expressly for this division in his deed of endowment London Standard CUTICURA SOAP The Worlds Greatest Skis Soap The Worlds Sweetest Toilet Soap Sale Greater than the Worlds Protot of Other Sly Soaps Sold Wherever Civilization Hast Penetrated Millions of the worlds best people use Cutlcara Soap assisted by Cnttcora Ointment the great skin cure for pre serving purifying and beautifying tho skin for cleansing the scalp of crusts scales and dandruff and the stopping of falling hair for softening whiten ing and soothing red rough and sore bands for baby rashes itchings and clmflngs for annoying Irritations or too free or offensive perspiration for ulcerative weaknesses and many sana- tive antiseptic purposes which readily suggest themselves to women espe dally mothers as well as for all the purposes of the toilet bath and nursery Cutlcara Soap combines delicate emollient properties derived from Critl cura the great skin cure with the purest of cleansing Ingredients and the most refreshing of flower odours No other medicated soap ever compounded is to be with It for preserv ing purifying and beautifying the skin scalp hairand hands No other foreign or domestic toilet soap however expensive Is to be compared with It for all the purposes of the toilet bath and nursery Thus It combines In one soap at one price the most effective skin and complexion soap and the purest and sweetest toilet bath and nursery soap Bold thronihont the world Cnttcnrm ReMtrnt e-On form of CbocoUU Costa Pill cper Title MX Ointment Me 8e Depot t Iondoo S7 Chrlx houn sq Parti I Poe de U Pals I Baton IV OolHB gropt09B All Rates Agreed Upon The at LoulsLonlsvlllfl railway lines have argeed upon all the rates for travel to the Louisiana Purchase Expositon The last agreement was reached Saturday for the handling of business Passengers traveling in day coaches will be allowed a rate of 7 the ronnd trip with a limit of six days from date of tale That variety of tickets will be good only on day coaches and passengers holding them will not be entitled to sleeping car Other Worlds Fair rates will be found on another page under the head Cheap Rates Made u GOODS AT COST- ATTHEFAIR will sell Overcoats Mens Heavy Clothing Corduroy Pants and Suits Ladies Jackets and Capes Furs Heavy Lined Gloves Bed Blankets Boys Duck Coats tens Rain Coats Macintosh Coats Mens and Ladies Heavy Overshoes Saddlery such as Saddles Tracechains Back bands Hamestrings Collars Buggy Harness Etc ALL OF THE ABOVE GOODS AT COST Spring Miss nrm trimming preparing stock youngest country callandlIee buying Millinery Easter1 considerably AllenRev appointment dressmaking Mediterranean sympathizing compared coachload privilegess Harness Bring Your Produce- I mean to soil and cut down my stock about 3000 so if you want bargains call at my store and I will soil them to you I want your patronage and will do ovorytning I possibly can to make it profitable for you to examine my stock before 1buying Send your children they will bo treated just the same as if you wore with them Salt is Still 105 Per Barrel I also have all kinds of Garden Seed in packages or in bulk so you cans buy them as you wish Dont fail when you are in town to visit my store Wo are always glad to see you if you want goods or dont want them Your Friend WT TILFORDCLOVERPORT KY wW tr ct t 7 1JI yfirI r LJ J I 1t tk- rk Plj 4- s J I j I l I I 4 I iJi J 1 il r 7f e