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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r i F A vs yof tC 0F y r THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSCC- y tALLTHE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINTf 1 tVOL XXVIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 16 1904 8 Pages NO 35 I SPLENDID WAS THE RENDITION I A splendid rendition of the sacredI oratoriocantata David Kiug ofr Israel was given at the M E church South by the choir and members ofr the choir of the Baptist church on Sun day afternoon A large and appreciative audience filled both the church and the Sundayschool room The service cc cupied an hour and a hall and held the silent and interested attention of the a congregation throughout The service was announced for Sunday evening but the time was afterwards changed to the afternoonThe began with the hymn How firm a foundation ye saints ofr the Lord This was followed by an appropriate prayer and the reading of rthe first psalm trout David by Rev P L King and then the rendition of the I cantatgrnSome the more difficult parts of the cantata were especially well sung andI were much praised after the service The music by Miss Ida White organist and Miss Mannie White violinist was inperfect harmony with the singing and equally as good Mr A H Murray conducted the cantata in an able man i neroHe has been the recipient of many Expressions of praise and appreciation for introducing the innovation into the local church The cantata was rendered bythe following singers Mesdames J H Row land J A Murray R E Moorman JIA Ross Misses Eva and Eliza MayII L ula Severs Donald Murray Cleona Weatherholt Anna Jarboe Margaret Burn Lcuise Babbnge Ree Willis Ray J Heyser and Mexsrs John Burn L AIIlIurray C W Moorman Jr Proctor Keith and Dr A A Simonsi IItI It Saved Ills leg j I IP A Danforth of LaGrange UaJJ ttantlered for six months with a fright 1 s fal rnnning sore on his lee but writes tnat Bncblens Arnica Salve whollyIi cured it in five days for Ulcers Wounds Piles its the hest salve in L the world Cure guaranteed Only 25o Sold by Short Haynes druggists I Hancock County Man DeadtMr Andrew Rice aged eightyfour i died at his home a few miles ennth of this olty He was one of the oldest and best known farmers in the county P being a pioneer tobacco raiser of Hancock county BE IBESTI IN THE STATE Propitiations are being made by J a Harris and Wm Stuart of this city operators of the Webster Rock Quarry to make it the beet equipped plant of its kind in the State Mtfch modern machinery will be installed at once and the crusher will be operated on a larger scale than formerly A sixtyhorse power boiler from Indianapolis was shipped to the plant Saturday to be used with the present ones By certain Improvei mAnts much fuel will thus be saved An air compressor will be installed and both air and steam drills used Sixteen steel oars that load and dump automatically have been purchased for the plant When all the improvements are made the output will be 400 tons of crushed stun per day Raw material in the neighborhoodI of the Webster crusher is practically iunlimited and much of it is of the 1 finest quality Mr Harris owns a 850 iacre field adjacent to the crusher 1 land of carbonate of lime that Is 081 per cent pure according to the analysis of Dr Knstonbine of Louisville Tragedy Averted Just in the nick of time our little bny was saved writes Mrs W Watkins of Pleasant oity Ohio Pneumonia had played sad havoo with him and a terrible cough set in besides Doctor treated him but he grew worse every day At length we tried Dr Kings New Discovery for Consump tion and our darling was saved Hes now sound and well Everybod ought to know its the only sure cur for Coughs Colds and all Lung die ease Guaranteed by Short Haynes Druggists Price 50o and 1 Trial bottles free Young Boy Yields Life Robert Polk the tenyearold son off Mr and Mrs R B Polk died earl n Thursday morning He had been a invalid and was unable to walk for a er of years The funeral was conducted from the family residence Friday afternoon Rev S O Chris tarn of the Baptist church and Rev L King of the Methodist church officiating The interment was in the c- WILL ity cemetery There Is Only One Relief for the Producer of Tobacco Wo have rend with pleasure and sincere gratification the recent speech of Hon A0 Stanley the representative from the Henderson district It bears the marks conscientious preparation of industrious gathering bf facts and the mastery of his subject His recital of the success of ftfr Duke in the formation progress and conduct of the tobacco trust is as full of interest as of pathos We are not sufficiently familiar with the tobacco trade of that section of Kentucky to form a judg mont as to the feasibility or result of the measure ho proposes Under the present law there is an internal revenue tax of six cents a pound on twisted tobacco and the tobacco raiser cannot sell a twist made by himself of tobacco raised by himself without paying this tax and also taking the rodtape step re r3 qnired by our revenue laws Ho must not only pay the tax but obtain a license The law is practically prohibitory The IIremedy proposed by Mr Stanley is the repeal of this tax on it twisted tobacco so far as to permit tho raisor of the tobacco to f twist and sell his own crop and ho puts the remedy in these 5impressive words There is one relief and only onetho producer of tobac co must find a market not controlled by the trust That market you can open and the only reason which has been or can bo assigned is tho pitiful loss of revenue In the face of the facts and conditions that confront you this is no reason at all Make tobacco in the twist six cents cheaper by tho re moval of this onerous tax and it will find a market As between the repeal of the internal tax on whiskyi and + tobacco and the repeal of the tariff imposts on blankots wool ens and the necessities of lifo wo have been for the repeal or reduction of tariff imposts But there are hardships inequalities and cruelties inflicted under the administration of our internal revenue law we have believed and when in public life urged amendments and repeals that would greatly amelio rate these hardships and wo doubt not that tho measure advo r cated by Mr Stanley is advantageous to the grower of tobacco It is a pleasure to see a representative froln Kentucky willing and able to discuss with intelligence industry and r courtesy grave and important measures without indulging in petty factional orimination and recrimination Wo wish Mr i Stanley success and trust this district will retain him in the House until he has a full and fair chance to show if ho has the ability to grow into leadership Lexington Herald r F- I to iI Ae S Eo MAKING FINE PROGRESS The formation of local unions of the American Society of Equity in this anc adjoining counties proceeding steadily and a number of sections in this part of the State Nvill soon be solidly organize- EdB Oglesby of this city and others have organized six unions in Ohio coun ty this month besides a number in Dreckcuridge and Htncock counties One union was organized at Actnaville Herbert Reynolds Station and Jones Station and two at For lsville in Ohio county They expect to organize at three schoolhouses in the Easton neigh borhood and when this is accomplished the society will be solidly organized from Cloverport to Fordsville All the farmers the local organizers say know how much they are oppressed- e and want to better their condition but many are slow to join the society hold big back until all their neighbors have joined Mindful of the granges and other worthless farmers alliances of the past they fear that the society is a sim ilar organization and it takes time to- G convince them that the society is far superior to nil these in its formation an J purposes However in school dis trlcts where unions have been formed from one to eight new members are taken in at every weekly meeting The Bewleyville union one of the largest now has forty members News of the River A large section of the Cincinnati wharfboat which broice loose fromI Mondayy onea pier of the Kentucky and Indiana bridgA at Louisville on tne follow I lIng clay was caught by Hay Bros of Cauuelton on Wednesday with their gasoline boat Marie The wreckage half under water w s caught just above the city and tied up on the Indiana side sotoe distance above the Toblnsport landing A por nilea of the wreckage was saved at New Albany The Deane Tie Company which hadII its beginning in Breckenridge countyl and such Ilenjoyed a large territorial growth that it had to Increase I its capital Mock tad change its name to the Ohio Valley Tie Co nowc has ready for service the steamer NelI lie Willet one of tho handsomest towboats of her size in the country She was built at Leavenworth and hasII been receiving her machinery thisC month at New Albany She will tow ties for the company from the head waters of the Kentucky river to New c Albany and probably to Evansville during the low water season The boat is 123 feet long twentyeight feet wide and cost over 20000 I The Memphis and Cincinnati packet Sunshine which passed this point I on her way down on Sunday March 6 1 burned at Tiptonville Tenn Thursday I morning No lives were lost but the loss was about 20000 to the company and the same to the ship pers Ewing Beauchamp wife and Ii three chldren who took passage at Hawesvileon their way to Carutners a ville Mo lost their household goods and had a narrow escape for their lives The Sunshine was the largest J boat on the Ohio river The towboat Sabrina was here Friday I and Saturday with a barge and a derrick boat and loaded 200 oak and popular logs from a raft in the mouth of Clover creek About half as many were loaded at Tobinsport The logs were for the Rookport Box Manufacturing Co of Rockport 1 Ind and were sold to them by J D Heaton of this city Dyer the Cannelton sawmill man has a raft of 700 beech logs in Clover Greenland Fenn and Gillls the Tell City timbermen are getting out big rafts near Tar Springs Captc Bernard was loading cottonwood timber at Tobinsport last week to be used for heading The river here is falling and has done little damage in this section The Name Witch Hazel The name Witch Hazel Is much abused E O DeWitt Co Chicago are the inventors of the original andr only genuine Witch Hazel Salve A certain cure for Cuts Burns Bruises Eczema Tetter Piles etc There areIl many counterfeits of this salvo some of which are dangerous while they areE all worthless In buying Witch Hazel Salve BOO that the name E 0 DWeitt Co Chicago is on the box and a cure Is certain Sold T y All Druggists 1 J U STATE SOLONS WIND UP WORK Wednesday 1The ijenalo Public Printing Inves tigating Committee examined County ClerK W J Senionin of County Henry Bacon n contraut- os the Glob Printing Company ant Lyne Herndon an employe of th company Mr Bacon went ove practically the same ground that WHS covereii in the testimony of Qov Beokham Auditor Hager and Secre tart of State McChesney as to tut manner in which he secured the tooo ondclass printing contract and as t I the charge of about 28000 when i+ other printers testified the wor child hare been done for not over 3600 Auditor Hager when exam jined said that tho Printing Commission had neglected to make a re port to the General Assembly The Campbell Bill proposing to amend the State schoolbook law by providing for adoption oy a State board instead of by county boards was defeated in the Senate Senator Georges bill to require nonresidents of Kentncky to pity a jlicense of 25 per year to hunt in jKentucky passed the Senate House bill appropriating 10000 for improvement of Eddyvillo cell house and 20000 for Frankfort prison passed Thursday Senator George in a speech shows great extravagance in management of State prisons expenditure excess being 148000 over receipts but prison commissioners throw no lightIBefore Printing Investigation Com nnttee George Fetter testifies that the 28000 Globe job could have been done for flOOO House passes nothing but a few nn iimportant Senate bills and 400 ou of tile C20 bills introduced into tho House sleep the sleep that knows na waking The Senate passed the two follow- Ing I bills The House bill appropriating 22 000 for improvements at the Deaf and Damn Institute at Danville House bill 246 to prohibit the kill ing of rabbits and squirrels with aI gun from September 15 to November 15 each year intended to protectj quailI from hunters who go out to KillI rabbits and instead kill birds before the open season begins by a vote by 18 to 18 Rabbits and squirrels nay be snared or caught with dogs during that period however Friday The Uerea College Bill prohibiting coeducation of the races passes the Senate and in ready for toe Governor House passes Senate bill regulatin- speed n automi biles to fifteen miles n hourThe House bill increasing th penalty of roar oversets failing t byISaturday House bill to repeal annual State Fair appropriation of 115000 defeated in SenatoEHouse passes Senate bill making i I felony to steal poultry to the value of 2- House bill changing names of the Eastern Central and Western Asylum- to Eastern Central and Western Hospitals passed Monday House passes Senate bill creating new county of Thorne House passes Goebel monument ap proprlation Senate passes House bill for im provement of State prisons Gully slot machine bill killed in Senate Tuesday After putting finishing touches on several important measures th General Assembly adjourns sine die Stops the Cough and Works off the Cold Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets curo ai cold In ono day No euro No pay Price S5c Formerly of Hardinsburg HardlnsburgKy March 1GSpe- cfnlNews was received here sun day night of the death of Mrs Gross Williams at her home in Hartford Mrs Williams formerly lived here and is a sister of Mrs John P Has well Morris Eskridge and Rosco- Eskridge She was a most lady and her loss will be several felt both here and al Hartford where has resided many years Mr cal Mrs Jesse Weatherholt of Owensboro were the guests of Mr and Mrs M Weatherholt several days last week r H It is the Warbiso wholesomekRoyal Baking Powder helps the house wife to produce at home quickly and eco nomically fine and tasty cake the raised hotbiscuit puddings the frosted layer cake crisp cookies crullers crusts and muffins with which the readymade food found at the bakeshop or grocery does not compare Royal is the greatest of bakeday helps ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK Vasco Hardin Improving Lodiburg Ky March IGSpo etalA telephone message re calved here from Owensboro thatVasco Hardin formerly of this place who was shot in the windpipe by n wad from a shotgun on Thursday night at alongtup no complications arise Wooklng Overtime Eight hour laws are ignored by those tireless little workers Dr Kings New Life Pills Millions are always at work night and daycuring Indigestion Biliousness Constipa tlon Sick Headache had all Stomach Liver and Bowel troubles Easy p lens rant sole sure Only 250 at Short Haynes drug stor- eWASHINGTON NOTES Wednesday Moriuuu officials in Smoot investigation testify that they have prac ticed polygamy since the manifesto of ItICongress is aroused over publication membersnvestigation demanded TrirnbleboKentucky oluegrass seed favorably reported by the House Agricultural Committee Thursday ITestimony in Smoot investigation that Morman apostles mix in RevelationstwillISenator Gormans friends in Washington believe That factional troub interestssin the Presidential race- Friday Day of scorching debate in the House over Bristow report ch argmg members with Postoffice frauds The House goes wild when Cannon is mentioned for PresidentSaturday Cannon appoints special committee- to Investigate charges made in Bris tow report Monday groateNorthern Securities company is an illegal merger and in opposition to the antitrust oat of July 2 1890 V Tuesday Preparations being made for great publishers dinner at which many preseatIf its a bilious attack take Clam berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets anda quick recovery is certain ForI Haynese DeadyStephenaport Ky March18Sp- oalaiMrs Susan Walls wife of theII late Bunk Walls died at her home here Wednesday and was burled at Union Star Thursday She leaves five children and many friends to mourn her death I1 BINGHAM COMING Ralph Bingham considered by many the greatest of impersonators will be at Oelzes Hall sometime the latter part of next month Mr Bing hum has peen secured by the Ladies Ala Society of tho Methodist church for one evening but cannot give thorn the exact date of his coming until after April 17 Ralph Bingham appeared once be fore a large and charmed audience in this city This was before the fire or 1001 and iu the old Methodist church His second appearance is looked forward to with pleasure by many CANCER CURED BY BLOOD BALM All Skin and Blood Diseases Cured Mrs M L Adams Fredonia Ala took Botanic Blood Balm which effect ually cured an ating cancer of the nose and face The sores healed up perfectly Many doctors had given up her case as hopeless Hundreds of cases of cancer eating sores supperating swellings etc have been cured oy Blood Balm Among others Mrs BM Guerney Warrior Stand Ala Her nose and lips were raw as beef with offensve discharge from the eating sore Doctors advised cutting but it failed Blood Balm healed the sores and Mrs Guerney is as well as ever Botanic Blood Balm also cures eczema itching humors scabs and scales bone pains ulcers offensive pimples blood poisonoarbnnoloscrofula 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 CoAtlanta Ga Describe trouble and special medical advice sent in sealed letter It is certainly worth while investigating such a remarkable remedy as Blood Balm cures the most awful worst and most deepseated blood dis eases Mrs Nancy Gist Dead Patesville Ky March lsSpecial Mrs Nancy Gist relict of the late John Gist died at her home here Fri day after several weeks illness of pneu monia Death came at the age of fifty seven The interment was in Bethle hem cemetery on Saturday the funeral service being conducted by Rev R M Oldham Two daughters Mrs Henry Detterding and Mrs Louis Morton and a son Wm Gist survive s fhe Best Prescription for Malaria Chills and Fever lsabuIlaeoterovesTute leu Chill Tonic It ts slmpl y Iron and Qul nine In a tasteless form No Cure No Pay Price 50C Want it Repeated Many of the citizens want the oratoriocantata sung at the Metho diet church Sunday to be repeated f and the singers will be requested tot comply with tho request Ii Miss Olivia Fallen went to Martin dale Sunday to spend a week with Mrs MartinCATOBJA Bearithethe Kind YoU late Always Bougtl Signature v- f Sys 1111 t 111111111 r till 111I1 tit 11I1111111111111 rr tJ I m THE STROLLERS LL- By FREDERIC S ISHAM Author of Under the Rose tttCopyright 1902 by TOE BOWEN MERRILL COMPANY J t QQMr HHHHIHHH Jz iiII +Z+ CHAPTER XXIII ilraumtlc poet 1 IsI AYEHSATIIE making withI tragedy farce Inirktta mask or mystery The world Is Its Inn nnd like the wandering master of Interludes li sets up his stage in the courtyard beneath the windows of mortals takes out his figures and evolves damning comedies stirring melodramas spirit ed harlequinades and moving diver tisoment But it is In tragedy his con structive ability is especially apnar ent and ills characters tripping along unsuspectingly in the sunny byways are suddenly confronted by the terrify ing mask and realize life is not nil pleasant pastime and tint the Greek philosophy of retribution Is natures law preserving the unities When the time conies the mnster of events adjusting them in prescribed lines reaches by stern obligation the nvoldless con elusionConsulting no law but his own will the Marquis de Llgne had lived as though he were the autocrat of fate Itself Instead of one of Its servants and therefore was surprised when the venerable playwright prepared the unex potted denouement In pursuance of this end it was decreed by the linperl ous and incontrovertible dramatist of the human family that this crabbed TrIutposstblcI t I vicious antiquated marionette should wand his way to the St Charles on a particular evening Since the day at the races the eccentric nobleman had been 111 and confined to his room but now he was beginning to hobble nround and Immediately with return- Ing strength sought diversion Francois he said what Is there at the theater tonlpit Comic opera pry lord The marquis made a grimace Com Ie opens outside of Paris he exclaim ed with n shrug of the shoulders- A new actress makes her debut at tho St Charles Let It be the debut then Perhaps she will fall and that will amuse me Yes my lord And by the way Francois did you Me anything of a large envelope a butt colored envelope I thought I left in my Btoretarv I No my lord Hut Francois becam Just a shade paler It Is sirungc said the marquis half to liluiself what could have become of It I destroyed other papers but not Unit You are sure Francois you dd not steal It Ity this tttuc the servants knees be sail to tremblel and had the marquis eyesight been better he could not have failed to detect the others agitation Hut tho valet assumed a bold front as I 1 lie asked 11 Why should I have stolen it True why grumbled the marquis It would be of no service to you Xo you didnt take it I believe you lion out In this case Tlinnk you my lord After nil what does It matter himselfIuItraitors within and traitors without Tig loves labor lost to have protected r It Weve fostered a military nest of traitors The scorpions will bo faithful to nothing but their own ends r Theyll fight for any master Recalled to his purpose of attending the play by Francois bringing from the wardrobe sundry articles of attire the marquis underwent an elaborate toilet recovering his good humor as tills complicated operation proceeded Indeed by the time it had reached a triumphant end and the valet had set the marquis before a mirror the latter had forgotten his dissatisfaction at the government in his pleasure with him self Too much excitement Is dangerous Is It he mumbled I am afraid there will be none at all A stage struck young woman n dolllike face proba bly a milk and water performance Now lu the old days actors were art ists Yes artistsI he repeated as If he had struck a chord that vibrated in his memory Arriving at tho theater he was surprised at the scene of animation the Una of carrlaces the crowd about the ++ ZHH I I Jo JooI 1 I l Z 4 iaoors und lu the entrance hall Evi dently the wry eagerly sought novelty and Barnes company offering new di version after many weeks of opera drew a fair proportion of pleasure seek ers to the portals of the drama The noise of rattling wheels and the bang ofemany fair Indies Irreproachably gown ed the confusion of voices from vend- ers hovering near tho gallery entrance Imparted a cosmopolitan atmosphere to thesurroundingsYoud well known player was going to appear Francois grum bled the marquis as he thrust his head out of his carriage Looks like n theater off the Strand And theres an orange girl a dusky Peggyr The vehicle of the nobleman drew up before the brilliantly lighted entrance Mincingly the marquis dismounted as sisted by the valet Within he was met by a loge director who with the airs of a Chesterfield bowed the people In and out Your ticket sir said this courteous Individual scraping unusually low The marquis waved his hand toward his man and Francois produced the bits of pasteboard Escorted to his box the nobleman settled himself In anIeasy chair after which he stared im pudently and inquisitively around him Having taken note of his surround- Ings to his satisfaction the marquis at length condescended to turn his eye glass deliberately and quizzically to the stage Ills sight was not the best und he gazed for some time before dIs- cerning a graceful figure and a pure oval face with dark hair and eyes Humph Not a bad stage presence he thought Probably plenty of beauty with a paucity of talent Thats the way nowadays The voice why where have I heard It before A beautiful voice What melody what pow er what richness And the face Here he wiped the moisture from his glasses If the face Is equal to theI voice she has an unusual combinatlor in an artist- Again he elevated the glass Sud denly his attenuated frame straightened his hand shook violently and the glasses fell from his nerveless fingers Impossible be murmured But the melody of those tones continued to tallI upon his ears like a voice from the past When the curtain went down on theIfirst act there was a storm of applause and Constance as Adrienne Lecou vreur radiant In youth and the knowl edge of success was called out several times In the loges all the lattices were pushed up a compliment to anyI player said Straws To the marquis the ladles in the loges were only remi niscent of the fashionable dames with bare shoulders and glittering Jewels in the side boxes of old Drury Lane leaning from their high tribunals to ap pined the Adrienne of twenty years I1golIe did not sit In a theater In New Orleans now but In London town with n woman by his side who bent beneath the storm of words she knew were di rected at her They were applauding now or was It but the mocking echo of the past The curtain had descended but went up agaIn and the actress stood with flow ers showered around her Save that site was in the springtime of life while the other had entered summers season that her art was tender and romantic rather than overwhelming and tragicI she was the counterpart of the actress he had deserted in London a faithful prototype bearing the mothers eyes brow and features n moving living picture of the dead as though the grave had rolled back its stone and she had stepped forth young once more trusting and Innocent Could It be possible it was but n i likeness his Imagination had converted Into such vivid resemblance Overwrought and excitable he did not dare remain for the latter portion of the drama Better leave before the last act he told himself and dazed by the reappearance of that vision the old man fnlrly staggered from the box The curtain fell for the last time and Barnes with exultation stood watch Ing in the wings She had triumphed his little girl she had won the great generous heart of New Orleans He clapped his hands furiously Joining In the evidences of approval amid when the ovation finally ceased and she approached the old manager was HO over j come he had not a word to say She 0lookedwho land always bees her Instructor folded her fondly to his breast I owe It nil to you she whispered PoohI he answered You stole fire from heaven I nm but a theatrical bombastic barnstorming Thespian e Would you spoil me she Interrupt cd tenl1erlfYou are your mother over again my dear If she were only here now But where Is SaintProsper He has not yet congratulated you He our good genius whose generosity hns made nil this possible I And Barnes half turned J when she placed a detaining hand on his arm No noltWhy my dear have you nnd ho Is It not enough that you are pleased replied Constance hastily with ntglance so shining he forgot nil further i remonstrances J Housed exclaimed Barnes Why I feel as gay as Momus But well sing To Deem Inter at the festive board Go now and get ready To be Continued Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Dont Know it low To Find Out Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let it stand twentyfour hours a sediment or settling Indicates an condi tion of the kid neys If It stains your linen It Is evidence of kid ney trouble too frequent desire to pass It or pain In back Is also convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder are out of order What to Do There Is comfort in the knowledge so SwampRootwish In curing rheumatism pain in the hack kidneys liver bladder and every part of the urinary passage It corrects inability passingItwine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the extra effect of SwampRoot Is soon realize It stands the highest for Its won derful cures of the most distressing cases If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists In SOc andl sizes You may have a sample bottle of this wonderful discovery and ImoreI i absolutely free by mall unhealthy I the awampnootCo tion reading this generous offer in this paper Dontmnkonny mistake but remember tho name SwiimpRoot Dr Klllmcrs Swamp Root and tho address Binghamton N Y on every bottle Marnes INNOVATIONS IN I UNDERWEAR II I am just back from a southern trip where I saw such a bewildering array of exquisite styles that it is difficult to chcope which ones to tell you about in my alloted space I will however confide myself to those that seem destined to take a prominent place in miladys summer ward robePretty qamtnesa distinguishes many of the gowns and picturesque old time affects and balllike airiness sug guest the old portraits after which many of these gowns are designed Hats match the gowns in color scheme and parasols for dressy wear are rain bowllke and many of them tiny ones not over eighteen inches in diameter mOlulIngwith inserts of heavy lace Plait skirts and short coats are extremely popular while for the dainty blue nnd pink chambrey the shirtwaist body is much liked and is usually accompan led by a Panama or a straw sailor adorned with coquettish bow of rib Wakeful ChildrenIFor a long time the two year old child of Mr P L MoPherson 59 N Tenth St Hamsburi Pa would sleep but two or three boars in the early part of the night which made it very hard for her parents Her mother con that the child had stomach trouble and gave her half of one of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver which quilted her stomach and she slept the whole night through Two boxes of these Tablets have effect d a permanent care and she Is now well and strong For sale by Hhort HaynesNew llawesville Bank Judge John S Adair Cashier of the Stepheusport bank writes to The Pain dealer under date of yesterday that he will organize a beak for Hawesville in near future Judge Adair states that he has most of the stock subscribedand that it will be no trouble to get the rest in this city and county Hawesville Plaindealer r Death Rates Broken The amount of sickness due to the weather on both sides of the Ohio river during the past aonthlias been greater than known for years and in a number of instances the death record hRs been broken and new ones establish ed in neighboring towns and cities Pneumonia and kindred diseases are proving most fatal and the death rate continues to increase- In LouisvilleTell City and certain portions of Hancock county the death rate has been much swelled in particular The number of deaths in Louisville during the past few weeks has been the greatest ever known At Tell Citywith population of 3000 nine deaths have occurred within eleven days A South Dakota Social The editor and wife had another square meal Sunday on account of having received an invitation to dine at the hotel says the White SD Lead der Perk said he was afraid we wouldnt accept but we did For she benefit ol our lady readers we will state that they had chicken and the stuff that goes with such a layout and strawberry short cake and lettuce Our wife wore her blue and white and looked real dear Mrs Perkins hada new skirt and looked too sweet for anything The edi tor wore his Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Satur day suit and was sick all night Election at Brandenburg The County Judge of Meade County has ordered a local option election to be held in Brandenburg May 20 1004 II Mme Palm Beach Letter I II MILADYS FOR SUMMER Tablets bon and slightly raised on the left side by a dainty bunch of flowers nestling under the brim The Eton jacket suit depicted on the left in my illustration exemnhties the popular boxplaited skirt When carefully out gored so that the plaits are very narrow at the top and gradually brmiden from top to bot tom this sKirt is one of the most grace ful models Made of an exquisite shade of earthbrown Penn de Crepe and worn with a boatshaped and rose trimmed ecru chip hat manes an ex cellont costume for Spring and Sum mer wear For afternoon concerts and driving I saw many exquisite oloaks of lace chiffon puea do crepe and the like and one that was particularly attractive was made of rich black bonnet silk the kind grandmother wore This silk has that effective softness and silkiness that only the hand loom can give and which made it possible in the olden days to hand silk garments down as heirlooms and indeed the cloak I saw at Palm Beech might have been an heirloom so quaint and oldtuuey it wa In matters of under wear the ward robe of miladv contains little that is not airy and beautiful and bulkiness is a thing of the past Instead of seven pieces of under wear only four are used First a soft clinging wrinkleless union suit Next the corset which may be of silo contil or batiste but on the selection of a correct shape such as any ot the CB a la Splrite models depends much on the success of miladys uuderdressing Then comes a garment which is corset cover and petticoat in one with ribbcnrnn beading at neck and waist and last a sheathliKe long petticoat Stockings are embroidered open worKed lace inserted in fact there is no limit ex cept a purselimit to a stocking ex travagance Marian Marne CZAR IS REFORMING TilE PUBLIC SERVICE St Petersburg March 7 Nichplas is using the far eastern crisis to foward the scheme recently inaugurated by himself for the purification of the public ser vice The highest officials are supporting the movement The czar is of the opinion that Russia is being subjected to a severe test and that the issue rests with the governing class These men are urged to foster higher standards of morality and patriotism and to develop political leadership worthy of the atr rl ing qualities of the Russian people- Itis stated in imperial circles that since the outbreak of the war the czar has ag ed but gained in activity and will power He is represented as proudand grave He talks put little and seldom speaks to the most esteemed counselors except concerning the war In company with the czarina he passes much time in prayer and devotional meditation He is absolutely persuaded that Russia can not be held responsible tor the warthe u a rNCH sT 22 Caliber Cartridges If you want to use as Caliber Rim Fire Cartridges that shoot strongly and accurately buy the timetried Winchester make having the trademark II H on the head They cost but a few cents more a box than the cheap unreliable kind and they are dollars better Winchester 22 Caliber Cartridges are furnished loaded with either blade or smokeless powder the latter being loaded with the celebrated Winchester Grease less Bullets which make them very clean to handle FOR SALE 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Sour StomachDiarrhoca Worms Convulsions Fcverish icnessand Loss OF SLEEP t Facsimile Signature of Ile W1iw VrT il IIIv EXACT COPY OS WRABPCR J The Breckenridge Newsn WEDNESDAY MARCH 10 1004 THE RATIONAL CARE OF THE COMPLEXION rFacial Massage and Applications to the Skin Danger of Cosmetics Aids to tho Complexion In Rational Outdoor Occupations BY CHRISTINE TERHONH HBRKICK td Author of Cradlo and Nursery First Aid to tho Young Housekeeper House keeping Modo Easy What to 4Eat In City Tents Etc kCopyright 1901 by Chrlstlno Terhuno nerrlck anWas three over a woman who did Snot wish to be good looking If so she must have been in the childish Dhrase too good to be true That is Urges she was already so pretty that she felt she had nothing more in that line to ask of rate Even the beautiful woman must take care of her good looks Nature may bestow these but she does not undertake to keep them in order lb Once in a rare season one finds a ot woman whose complexion seems to take care of itself but she is suobI = an exception that it is hardly worthwhile to bring her case into consideration The majority of women have to work to keep their skins in order and their efforts must be the more strenuous if they have been careless youthvof care of the com plexion I do not mean that ono must devote herself too constantly to this work Very few busy women can afford r to give the time that complexion specialists deolare essential to the preservation of beauty When one t 3t sees a woman who does all demanded CASTORIA Poi Infants and Children iiThe Kind You Have Always Bought Beats the 1 Signature of r In 0Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASIO RIA Till OINTWR SOMMNY NIW Yoaa CITY I of her in this line she is not likely to have leisure for anything else I know one such woman In he girlhood she was tho acknowledged belle of her native place Her com plexion was like a rose leaf her fig ure was eqmslte her features were regular Having won the reputation of a beauty she felt she must live np to it She has done eo and it has taken all her time At fortyfive she is still engaged in preserving her charms She never rises until eleven oclock She is most diligent in the rare of her diet The time she spends upon facial and bodily massage leaves her little for anything else Verily she has her reward Her golden tresses Ware plentiful and smooth although there is n touch of something not en tirely due to nature in their colour ing Her rose leaf tint is till to be seen although it may not bo na lino tnating as when it was altogether home made Her figure she has been able to retain by dint of exercise nnd she is Btill a beautiful woman But has it been worth while There un- LS 9WALTHERS1 PEPTONIZEDPORT are very few women who would think J it so or who thinking so would to able to give the time to achieve the result Too few find it feasible to fol low thelrule by which Patti doolans she has held her youth with her so long three square meals =a day eight hours sleep at night and three houreleserclso daily in the opon air It would be a good thing if everI woman could allow herself thG trout ment but it is not for those who CISCIwhcrewhereThe benefit to the skin must Lo wrought from within outward not from without uluue That ie the body musk be kept in good working order by vigorous exercise and proper food and then the foundation will be laid for n good complexion Not all the external applications in tho world will help without those fundamental But when these aro secured there are other things to be dono to preserve the complexion in order to make the face attractive- In the first place the face must be kept clean Not only by mere wash ing with water and a cloth or even by the use of soap and wnter but by something more thorough than these The surface soil may be taken from the skin oy tho ordinary washing but to get the dust from the pores a more radical course must be followed An unguent must be selected that will soften the skin and coax the dirt from it3 Interstices Too much care cannot be givenI to the election of the cream or skin food or whatever it may be that is used for this purpose Cold creams by the score may be purchased but a large proportion of these do more harm than good especially If applied to a delicate skin Either they make it so tender that it chaps and scales readily or else they promote a growth ofhair or they coarsen the skin But there are good cold creams and if one will take pains it is not choicerIn order to get the best result fo the face it should be cleansed at bed time First it should be washed with a soft cloth dipped in warm water and rubbed on a good soap or dipped in almond meal To some skins the latter is unsuited and their owner would do well to confine them selves to a good soap Highly scented soaps should be avoided A sponge should not be used for the face pleasant as is the touch of it The best judges say it is impossible to keep a sponge entirely clean whereas the cloth can be made antiseptic When the face has been washedand- the cloth should go Into all the cor ners and be applied again and again the face must be rinsed in warm water and patted dry with a soft towel In washing or in wiping stroke the face upwards Now comes the cold cream A little should be taken on the finger tips and rubbed into the skin with outward and upward strokes from the middle of the face The rubbing should Dot be too hard and yet there should be enough pressure brought to produce a glow and to stimulate tbe circulation Each part of the lace should be treated in detail The fore head should be stroked from the middle towards tne temples and up to wards the hair The temples should be rubbed and the corners about the eyes where the first fine wrinkles dis play themselves should receive special attention All around the eyes tho flesh should be massaged and tho cold cream rubbed in thoroughly The lower part of tho face the skin about the lips where the smile or tho droop of the mouth has left lines must be treated Afterwards the cold cream must be wiped from the face with a soft cloth and tho skin again wash and Physical Culture Walthers Peptonized Port is a great auxiliary to any system of physical culture The man who does not take physical culture or WalthersPeptonizedinducingathedigestionenablingthe foodItsystemWalthers50 i 00 THE WALTHER PEITONIZED PORT CO Pittsburgh Pa JYOU 8AUQ BY A Ra FISHER Cloverport Ky n ed and dried If it is try dry in tendency n little merea very little morecold cream may bn rubbed in and left on over night but tho best judges nn against Ileaving tho grease on tbe face all night This is not a very troublesome business although it may seem a burden to a tired women when she goes to bed But like every other care of the bcdy it IS a mutter of habit and once established the custom of giving five minutes at bed time to beautify- Ing comes to be taken as a matter ol coarse If a woman thinks the pros ervation of her complexion worth wnile she will not grudge this small amount of time bestowed upon it I have ppoken of this sort of thing being done for the preservation of the complexion If Iit is necessary to women who have good skins in the first place it IH much more essontial thisrrespect or who through carelessness have let their skins fall into n bad tate They will not get off so easily as the women who have naturally good skins or who have taken proper care of them To redeem their looks they must follow the process I have described above and do even more They must take up facial massage more thoroughly rubbing the lined forehead round and round with I the finger tips always stroking upwards This circular movement is to bo given to the cheeps and about tho eyes as well A great many women have a ten dency to double chins as they advance in life and this too they can combat by rubbing drawing the flesh up ward from the throat towards the chin and stroking with the palm of the hand All this advice IS not meant only for middle aged women however although they need it more tnan young girls These latter Lave the insolence of youth They scorn these precautions apparently thinking that their beauty of skin and colour will abide with them forever Once in a while one will find a girl who is prudent enough to appreciate the fact that she cannot treat her skin with utter neglect and expect it to retain its beauty But what can I dot says ono of them Met I give up golf and 1Ji1 cycling and horseback riding and boating in order to take cure of my complexionBy 1 uns On the contrary it is by such exercise as this that one keeps ones body in order laid insures a good complexion But do not be cure- less of the skin in your zeal for outdoor sports Theno things ought you to do and not l ave the others undone Before you go for your outing rub a little cold cream or skin food into your face Rub it in well BO that iItI will be absorbed not left to lie on th surface Then wipe the face off with a soft cloth or flannel dipped in little pure powder Plain talcum I I I I I j la good for this or even corn taroh Do this work carefully so that the powder will not lie on the skin in streaks It is to protect tbe pores from dust and dirt Then go ahead apd enjoy your horseback or bicycle ride or your game and dont think of your complexion You have nothing more to do about It until you are at home again When you are back in the house 0 i N Bankof HardinsburgOFFICERS I B F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier DIRECTORS Morris Eskridge G W Beard Iafe Green C Vic Robertson BI Beard Dr A M Kincheloe D S Richardson Insured against loss by fire or burglary iiInterest paid on time deposits + + +44 The Breckinridge Bank Cloverport Ky Capital Stock 45100 Surplus 7000 Incorporated OrKauIzed In 1812Iw II DOWMKR President A B SKILLMAN Cashier DR F L LIGHTFOOT V Pres CIIAS B SKILLMAN Asst Cashier Accounts of Firms Individuals nnd Corucrntions solicited Any business entrusted to us will receive prompt nail careful attention Storage place for packages in our fireproof vault furnished our customers free NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS Interest paid on titnc deposits h H- qso li a1303 ONNtii t SNiOAf N NN First State Bank IRVINGTON KY W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VicePresident H H KEMPER Cashier Accounts of Corporations Firms find Individuals solicited Interest Paid on Time Deposits a NNu ussNsssNSSNsi- rr THE The most centrally located and only Fifth Avenuefirstcltus hotel In the city making a i Only one block from the principal W WJf fL fit W TT shopping district and two blocks from Jthoprincipal theatres rStreetcars pass thu door to all parts 5fi M cltvLoi i i 1 neat and clcaniiI PIKE CAMPBELL M- grusssw saNNNS ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD Winter Tourists Tickets now on Bale dtllv to NGW ORLCAVSLk and to other Southern points abo to HOT SPRINGS ARK and point In Texas IVery cheap One Way Tickets to CALIFORNIA and the NORTHWE5T March 1 to April JO 1904 Only Line running through Personally Conducted Excursion Sleepers Louisville to CALIFORNIA NEW MEXICO A1UXONA and TEXAS and In to on and In BEST LINE TO HOT SPRINGS Folders and Descriptive Matter of California Now Orleans I of address Lands in the South and through tickets apply to ARKII IF W HARLOW D P A iN I u Nsi1 HALLSVEGETABLE SICILIAN Why not stop this falling of your hair At this rate you will soon be without any hair remember that Halls Hair Renewer stops falling hair and makes hair grow 11 Tffl TftCPW111 proceed to lean I0 your Inca by very much the sitme method that you use aidamp cloth and then wash in warm thetthtIcream wiping it off with a soft cloth oredust on tInt in spite of the first appli 1tinshaagain in clean warm water dry gently and if you wish dust with a little powder Tho girl who follows this plan will I ProbubtyIshewill rather seek to some I dense In her complexion of her out hke1yIto redden and blister and peel and bo an eyesore to others and a distress to herself until the time when her face has burned to a uniform hard red or brownInflammatory Rheumatism Cured William Shaffer a brakeman ot Den nison Ohio was confined to his bed inflammatoryIhe says Finally I sent to McUawa drug store for a bottle of Chamber lains Pain Balm at which time I wae 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 In Business Again Judson Coombsformerl of this city is again in the barber business for himselft at Qwensboro Last week he and Law rence Grausz bought out the barber shop of Jnp Farrell on Main street u Special Low Ono Way Round trip tales effect 1 tho Southwest First Third Tuesdays each month For Just u THRO KENTUCKY Thru that grand stati of Kentucky Wliire thi Old Homo Kilt Its iiiirnu Where tIll Holds sire overflowing With the yollow rlpunlng train Huro tobacco plants are growing In the fluids out wave with corn Tobacco pliinlH big ns cactus lust us sure as you are born Yiw theyre largo us goodMzud CActus Largur III our homelike vtuw lint Its of as lino u grade as Is that old Kentucky now IIiToall peoplu mi pa harvest Money In bank from your to year J f howltrHI huro Hullt high and dry from rains and Hood Hero the good roads delegation Swear tho roads are suttnly good lint of pikes und highways finest Theres a road that suits my taste lls tho line of Solid Comfort And thu trains lot no time waste From Kentucky to St Louts Operates this road of class Across the famous old Qreon Itlvor On Its roadbed smooth as glass Would you know what road I speak ot Listen then to my advice For youll need It In your business On your trip to paradise In your travels toSU Louts Hustle beat them undertho wire Out tho Henderson Route habit TIs a good one to acquire Jack Henderson Gallagher At Home in Argentina- Rev Joseph Lancaster Hart former pastor ol Brandenburg Baptist church will be married tomorrow at Brntiden lIal11Utondaughter They will be at home to their friends at Buenos AyreSArgeutina where Rev Hart goes as a missionary = 1 4 4IIIRECKENRIDGE NEWS fi UNO DandV Q 3A DAGE Editors and Proprietors Issued Every Wednesday == C =c = == =Subscription Price 100 a year or 125 if paid at the end of year nO = CARDS OK 1 ivr fH line chmH I or Kt the rat i i i I r H OBITUAK- 1rqnti rjfd iorut Mn rote of per lln- Kxitrnliii IY III HVHH V- intl y mr paper If It 1 nut t sweet I i rt u = gleni urlt arin t udd SUllM guars thtirct well it s the new add EIGHT PAGES WEDNEfiAY MARCH in lIft IrntIts iir coffee pot Voil over Tht attich Ir biyb tol1w i drlp The silo nll Monday kJriall our ambition tr inleniug 111slril1ll poetry A Little Wi ic teat wall iwi into Little Kbc taill cnptnrd the wluli state iinch the COVIMHJ 1ttle Willie willu vitoliinK Dave StUn t Ii crops into COHKHSS again JMIL aa Call asslippiuK on HU eld shoe Davtdout look two ways for nothing Ranlly Dae to rowipg better at ine grows older tndthe are glad of it I u The Sty Senate after iit lead finished with President Joseph F SwithmiRht have thanked the Almighty ix appropriate resolutions tbat all tbe Smiths dont live in Utah there an enough of them now A If Dave Smith could handle tobac M successfully as he does pensions h would please many a tobacco grower iin Srsckenridge county What the farm ass In this county want Iis the right to twist and sell their own crops free ofr taut Dave ought to look into this a little The statement of the Rocky Moan twin Bell Telephone CompanySaK Lake City Utah sent us by its general man- t tiger Mr David S Murray a former CloTerport boy shews A wonderfull growth since 1898 and we take it tbatL it is due largely to its good managementl by its officers and especially to Mr Murray In Ifc98 it had 30 exchange and in the year raiding December 31 1003 it Had 06 Number of subscribers in 1893 3428 in lOOCt 18iWW Stock tis sued in 1803 483050 stock issued inI 190 22584001 dividends pail each year 6 per cent This is a pretty goat1 showing and Mr Murray is to be con gratulntrd on his successful manage meat You cant hold a Cloverport boy down even in Utah It is almost beyond understand g how sonic worthy institutions or organizations can travel over the same oldi ruts so to speak year after year before realizing the error of their ways anti1I changing them Such is the case withl farm journals and farmers institutes The farm journal tells the farmer whatl he must do to raise good crops and his fellow farmer at the institute tells him how to raise good crops lies gott enough of this kind of stuff if not too- much What he wants to know and must know is how to secure good prices for his crops It is the great that confronts the American former inI this decade and in some sections he iis asking Ins farm paper to solve the ques k tion for him and strange to say Ills farm paper has not thought about it at all Let farm journals and farmers in stitutes tell the farmer how to secure equitable prices and they will be doing whileLJOne institution which is much needsl in this county yet the necessity of which few have thought is a branch of the Humane Society Like many of our modern organizations to help either Ulan beast it does its good work in the nIor and fails to reach out to the small towns the villages and the country I some respects there is more for the so ciety to do in the country than in the city Two ot the principal forms off cruelty in the city are overloading and excessive beating while in the country scanty food and shelter are more no ticeable Horses apparently more bonesI WIthan flesh are often seen in this county i crippled or otherwise hurt drawr wagons loaded with farmers prcduc- through the streets of this city farmers during the winter months tide their horses to town and sit near a warm fire while the poor animals stand hitched out in the cold for hours with no cover ing except what God has given them 4 Many other kinds of cruelty to dum brutes might be mentioned cruelty that no one attempts to stop The farmer iisI not only doing a moral wrong in this but is not looking out for his own in- terestsIhE Why can he not realize at alll times that the horse is his most val uable piece of property and should be treatedas such Fortunately it i largely the poorer classes in both clt y and country who are most cruel to their beasts of burden and these in all sec tions should be forced by the Humane Society to appreciate their value to realize that they belong to their Creator 4- w REMEDY THIS CATARRHIJI lo euro to GIV- ESetl3faa lon Elys Cream Balm G Fdirf at Once It cIcunfiM sootliis end luHg the di VERrlrllIII llln Html qillfkir I hlii fvirlwii lieu I is 5and IrotMts the Menu raid ItcMimii the Seiis iof Tit find Stnrll lull lz rot lit lniifiil + r + or liv mull Troll Size Irt hy witll KlV HKOTUKKs WalrlH Sr New York and not to them unit tn treat them with all proper care mil kindness The creiilifii of a department of tits iintiotia Roverinnent for this purpose wutihl be ie great and worthy act I Do you Want StreHf Hi If you want to increase your strength you most add to and not take from the Iphysical In other words the food that yon eat must lto digested assimi tall dI ail appropriated by the nerves bl rdl iiiil tisyoea before being expellee froii the jinttetina Kodol Dyspfpsli Curt adds to the physical It gives atrrnttb to and bnililw up strength in tilt human system It H pleasant to the taste and palatable iud the onlj ccmbiuation of ili tiHtantn that will diotHt the food and eatable the system to iproprifite all of its health and atreiigth giving ijualitieB Sold by till Dengglw BEWLEYV1LLE Mrs Leah Pate baa returned from the city Mr Albright and family late out visiting Sunday roMiss Mary Kijith isi the guest of Miss Boyle Cain D C Johnson pf Garfield was in town one day last week Miss Alberta Drury began uj spring school at Bethel Monday W H Cain Sr is spending this week with relatives in Mqadi county Mr and Mrs Ira Thompson welcomed fine boy to their heart and home Friday night Miss Blanche Jolly gave a good talk on tho Sunday school lessor Sunday Mrs Charles Drury was appointed for next lesson lion and Mrs W A Stith attended the quarterly meeting ser vices recently hold here and wore guests of Mr and Mrs Charles Drury Several young people from this community attended a social at Mr Tebe Bandys Friday owning given in honor of Guys twenty= first birthday Rev A L Moll has been as sisting Pastor C F Hartford in u meeting at Grccnsburg There wore a number of professions Christian Advocate The Bowloyvillo local union of the A S of E is progressing ad numbly At the meeting on Sat sixn teen members were received An interesting tajk on the advantages that may accrue to the farmer by the success of this society was made by lIon Charles Blanford followed by general discussion Thomas J Jolly told how to make a success of corn raising and this subject brought out ninny ideas timeIof breaking time of planting depth of cultivating fertilizing and other things Several visitors from other localities were present presin dent of Dick local union Abe Dowoll Alonzo D well William Adkisson and others Our union now numbers about forty mem hors and if all counties will do as well tho success of our society is assured healthyChlldreneAny child can take Little Early Risers with perfect safety They are harmless never gripe or sicken and yet they are HO certain in results that robust constitutions requiring drastic means are never dinappoiuted They missionband every one who uses DeWitts Lit tlo Early Risers prefer them to all other pills They cure biliousness Sold by All Druggist EKRON foryMrs Bcttio Jolly was the guest of Mrs Cox Sunday Walter Hunter and wife spent Sunday here with Mrs Payne Miss Houston Owings and Elvis Wimp spent Sunday witli Mrs S T Brown Graham Jolly and hildronjPot cy and Cecil Spoilt Sunday at Sample Mrs Fannie holstein of Louisville spent Friday with Mrs Tom Holstein Mrs J B Smith and little daughter Edna went to Louis yule Sunday Roy Fryniirp who has boon in Union county for the last year re turned home Saturday Dan Roberts and Mrs Dutch Richardson spent a day with Mrs Tom Roberts last week Ekron Telephone Association met Saturday afternoon and rc elected Mrs Katie Norton mann ger of our exchange MI and Mrs P P Archer wor the guests of Mr and Mrs Ben Carrico lat Tuesday Mrs Arch er has lean in poor health for some time Mrs W M Frymiro and Miss Maud Payne will go to Louisville this week to spend sovornl1 days gathering idens of the latoat styles in spring millinery Mta Fry mire will buy her stock while there Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reword for any OHM of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure FJCheney Co Prop TMedo O We the nudinlgned hare known F J Cheney for trio last 1C years anti be have him perfectly honorable In all1 buunesi transactions anti financially able to carry out any obligation made by their firm West A Truax wholesale= Druggists Toledo P Walfllng Rinnan Marvin wholesale Druggists Toledo Q Halls Cttturrh Cure IB taken internally noting directly upon the blood mid incons surfaces of the ytom Price 7Co per bottle Sold by all drag gists Testimoniuls free Hulls Family Pills are the post TAR FORK Uhnroli at St Marys last Sundsj Farmers hero are behind with tau r work Silas Elumro went to Kirk Ihnrsdny on a business trip Most of the tobacco in this section has been delivered E J Seuton of Glendeane was the guest of Silas Elmore Saturday Owen Elmore and family have moved to Evunsville where they will reside in the future Pierce Ryan has moved back to nis old home Hehas been an assistant in time store at Kinc for the past two years He is gladly welcomed hack toI this community SHORT H AYNES UNUSUAL OFFER Sell Dr Howards Specific at llalfPrice and Guarantee a Cure It isnt often that we haveI faith enough in the medicine put tip by other people to be willing to offer to refund the money if Iit does not cure said Snort Haynes to aa Breckenridge New man who t o Into their store hut we art glad t sell lr Howards specific for the cure of constipation and dyspepsia on that basis The Dr Howard company iin order to get a quick Introductor sale authorizes us to sell theirl regular fifty cent bottles at half piles 23 cents and although we hav sold a lot of it and have guarantee- every n l package not one has tee brought back as unsatisfactory One great advantage of thisI specific he continued is its smalll dose and convenient form There are sixty doses in a vial tnat can be carried in the vest pocket or purse and every one has more medicinall power thana big pill or tablet or aI tumbler of mineral water RAYflOND Alex Hendry is still contined to his roomMiss Blanche Payne Iis visltinjr her sister Mrs F W Hall Misa Ruth Grant spent Friday with Miss Essie Cashman Rev I C Argabrlght preached at Frymire Sunday evening t Mrs Irvin Squires visited Mrs Henry Uashman Wednesday D D Argabright has moved to the residence of his fathers farm Several boys from this neighbor hood went to California last week Addison Lincoln who has been visiting 0 0 Grant returned to Victoria Friday 1 Miss Ruth Grant entertained seVeral of her young friends Monday night at f ry p flinch in honor of Miss Essie Cash manMrs Taylor Bnsham who has been at the St Joseph Infirmary for the past throe months 19at homo with her pareute Mr and Mrs Alex Hemlry Cures Kidney and Bladder Troubles Deep Stated Cases Aching Back Mucous Discharger Etc For old obstinate deepseated Kid fey Bladder and Urinary diseases take a bottle of Botanic Kidney Sped fic If you have agonizing pains in back swollen legs or abdomen die charges front the nretha neuralgia of the bladder burning sensation or dim onlty 1ft passing water also a frequent desire or even involuntary discharges of the urine Catarrh of tho bladder stony Brights disease disagreeable odo of the urine scanty nude hign colored your kidneys and bladder are Spoolfio discharges ceaae aches in the baclc die appear The burning sensation stops and a perfect onro is guaranteed givesestrength power and health to the kid nays Acts directly on tho uric acid and dissolves and destroys it Plea nfc to the taste Especially advised for chronic oases that reels all other treatment 1 per large bottle at my store or by express Call or writo A R IlsUerCloverort Ky HARDINSBURG Set Dr Bush the doutist Quarterly court last Monday- All kinds of dental work done Dr J U Bush On March 25 to 81 Dr Bush will bo hire Hon R M Jolly of IrriUKton was in the city Monday Claude Mercer is attending court at IDizabethtown John D Aldridge of Mook was in town last Monday Miss Alberto Murray is visiting relatives at Cloverport Tho Rev W H Oil vert preached at the M E church Sunday See Dr Bush the lapt qf the month if you want dental work done Thomus J Moore went to Irvingtou Saturday ou a business trip Jim C Haswell Jr returned home Sunday from a trip to Cincinnati Dr John E Kincholoo spout several days of lust week in Louisville Get your dental work done by Dr J C Bush at Hardinsbnrg March U5 to 31J Miss Anna Gaines of Fordsville was tho guest of Mitts Sallie Beard last week W T Mattingly of Glendeane was herelast Monday attending Quarterly court Thomas C Tonsey spent Sunday at Henderson with his eon Ollie TonsAyE Sheliman the Irvington banker was in the city the first of the week Miss Nellie Moorman of Glendeane was the guests of her sister Mrs David R Murray Sunday There will oe an administrators sale at the residence of the late Daniel Haynes near Garfield on Thursday March 17- Messtv Morris and Roscoo EsKridge left Monday for Hartford to attend the funeral if tneir sister Mrs Gross Williams ofowas here on a Business trip the first of the week Mr ana Mrs Percy M Beard and daughter Miss Mary Franklin re toyrelatives in Louisville Gen D R Murray returned honroSundapfrotuIiotvlingGreenn cial judge in a contested election case Mr Fletcher an architect and con tractor from Leitohfielil was here Thursday looking over the plans of the proposed new Masonic building preparatory to submitting a bid The Rev P C Duvall of Ehza bethtown Presiding Elder in the CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Boars tho 71Signature of M E church South was the guest of the Rev and Mrs W F Hogard Sunday and Monday Can lint your tooth in excellent bowsetDrt be in Hardinsburg March 25 to 31 to practice dentistry The Rev B L Powell the cele brated Louisville preacher will deliver his nol eil leutnro Citizenship of the Republic at the City Hall on tho evening of Friday March 18I Mr Powellis one of the trott eloquent of Kentuckys living orator and nil should setae this chance to hear him Tickets are Silo and 38o and fire on sale at Kincheloea Drug Store First Time to Try It Wnynolni O T March 7 Mr J D Babbngo Kind Sir You will find enclosed check forI 1 to add to my subscription to The Now and also an estimate on the number of braid admissions to the Worlds Fair at St Louis dur ing tho month of May This is my first thno to over tty such u thing but as I want The News any way Irill only be out the regular subscription price aiyl havo as good a clmnco to be the lucky follow as any one We Iiavo had such a line wintelbudno snow at till The wheat looks fine oxoiptingon real sandy land It looked well until March 2 when we hada real windstorm blowing all tho Iposo sand away froth the wheat rootej leaving thom bare 1 see in The News often about Breckinridgo people who live in Woods county but I have novor met any of them yetW G Taul1 Reid This Richmond Ky Feb 0 iCOl Dr E W Hull St Louis Mo Door Sir I have used one bottle of the Texas Wondor Halls Great Discovery for Kidney atilt bladder trouble I weighed 180 pounds when 1 began using it today I weigh 170 pounds mid I feel better than I have in twen ty years and I cneertnlly recommend it to the public RespectfullyJohn Riddle A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emission weak and lame backs rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men ana women regulates bladder troubles in cnildren If not sold by your druggist it will be sent by mull on receipt of 1 Owe small bottle is two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall solo manufacturer P O Box 020 St Luis Mo Send for testi monials Sold by all druggists Office 2031 Olive street Home From Illinois Curtis Pate has returned from Illinois where he has been for the past few weeks He prefers Ken tuoky to any other State He will be pleased to have any of hIS friend- call and see him at his home Colds Cause Pneumonia One of the most remamable casA s of cold deepseated on the lungs causing pneumonia is that of Mrs Gertrude if Fenner Marion Ind who was entirley cured by the use of One Minute Cough Cure She says The coughing and straining so weakened me that 1 ran down in weight from 148 to U3 pounds 1 tried u number of remedies to no aval until I used One Minute Cough Cure Four bottles of this wonderful remedy cured me entirely of the cough strengthened my lungs andrestored me to my normal weight health and strength Sold by All Druggists LATE WAR NEWS Saturday Report confirmed of loss of torpedo boat destroyer each bv Japan and Russia in open sea tight off Port Arthur Sunday France and the United States sug gested for pea cemakers in the Orient Monday and Tuesday Fall of Port Arthur rumored on Monday and denied on Tuesday Fred Riedle who is at is home in- felt from New York was here Thursday the guest of his brother Val Riedle o A sALALLLLLLALLAAA AA AA S I A Handsome Line Of LADIES SKIRTSt FOR SPRING WEAR Just recpiyed We invite your lo fcaH and seep them mo- wBABBAGE SONv I 0 Jy tY Y TT1 yY VTYYV TTTTYVTTTT YYTY V 1 J tJ- 1Wu Get the HENDERSON ROUTE Habit ON YOUR TRIP TO ST LOUIS r ROUNDTRIP RATBS FROM LOUISVILLE OS i ACCOUNT OP TUB WORLDS FAIR r SBASON TICKETS s 130O Sold Daily Commencing April 25 Limit December 15 1904 SIXTY DAYTICKETSIL00S- old Daily Commencing April 25 Lhnili 60 days TEN DAY TICKETS1000S- old Daily Commencing April 25 Limit10 days including date of salo SraciAL COACH Excs700D- ates Sale to bo announced later Limit0 days including date of salo Coaoh Excursion Tickets are not theybegage FOR COMFORTFOR SERVICE IV YOUR TICKUT READS OVER TUB POPULAR HENDERSON ROUTE YOU ARB CERTAINLY WELL FORTIFIED ASK US TravelinglassrARtbiL J IRWIN General Passs Agtve LOUISVILLE KY Towns lookingGlass The newspapers of a town are its lookiug glasses They are the reflex of a town If the town iii doing business the town will show it in its advertising columns If the merchants sire spiritless shiftless fellows whose stores aie jumbles of junk and jam the paper will i show it by the lack of space they take J If you want the world to know you have ll- a live to 911 you can only let it be known through the newspaper Louisville Live Stock Market Reported by Dan Brooks Co Central Stock Yards R Louisville March 14CaUleRe ceipts today were moderate offerings consisting principally of butcher se lections all of which were in active de 4 kmanelat 10 to 150 advance over last weeks pricesaud were quickly absorbed at the advance There was a fair in quiry for best grades of stockers and feeders steady to strong prices pre vailed for all of this class Bulls can ners fresh cows and springers weref ready sellers at full steady prices While l the outlet for heavy shipping steers ruled firm for the best matured kinds practically no change for the halffatted kinds Market closed satisfactorily v around and tine prospects good for the remainder of the Week ICalvesChoice veals in fair request at 5 to 5550 extra 575 others 350 to f450 sHogsRun today was light andJ coupled with favorable news from other 1 markets our market opened early val ues generally lOc higherthan Saturdays opening prices at the advance all the choice cornfed hogs 165 pounds and up sold at 5 6ij lights 530 heavy pigs 100 light pigs 425 j roughs 4 tbJji 475 Pens cleared Market closed firmSheep and Lambs Continued light offerings of butcher sheep and lambs and with ago d outlet prevailing all the offering were quickly absorbed at strong market values Prospects firm No Bids Were Made The city council met Monday night in adjourned session to consider bids for electric lights No bids were made and the council at once ad journed Spring Humors jII Como to most people and cause many r s troubles pimples boils and other 1 eruptions besides loss of apvetIte1 that tired feeling fits of biliousness 1 indigestion and headache The sooner ono gets rid of them tho Mii ij better and tho way to get rid of them jji F and to build up tho system that has suffered from them is to tako v Hoods Sarsaparilla 1 and Pills 1 J i Forming in combination tho Spring MediciHOpar excellence cl unequalled 1 strength in purifying tho blood aV l shown by unequalled radical and per immanent cures of 41Scrofula Salt Rheqm Scald Head Bolls Pimples All Kinds of Humor Psoriasis Biped Poisoning Rheumatism Catarrh Dyspepsia etc Accep Ao substitute but be sure to w get Hoodesnd geUttoy U i f 1 I1 The Breckenridge News c WEDNESDAY MARCH 10 100 v Trixat W B Oolzos onlyIi Table tumblora lOo sot Bnbhnge S SouFor a good lunch go to tho English Kltchen A A Lnldeist was down from Now Albany lust weeK Olnudo Medley and Raymond Pate j3 spent yundny iii Owensnoro i Trix the most interesting of oaru guinea for silo at W U Oalzes Now lino of the latest stationery just frbm the factory at W B Oelzea My spring styles of stationery nre y thp best that have como to this city You oan get a package of good coffee at the English Kitchen for 10 cents Miss Dolly Claycomb of Irvingtbu had the position of nalealndy at Tho SN Fair Mias Irene Jnrboe was the gnost of j friends 111 Hiiweaville Wednesday and I Thursday a Miss Jane Hauibleton was the gnost of tho Misses Wheeler at Hardin Grove Inn last week i Mrs CM Stephens and children jK i returned Wednesday from a visit t- oG relatives in OW8n800roIr HCO Younger of Haweerille has a b position in the wood department at thq L H St Ji shops Shoes shoes the lariteet line to r select from Will gnimintoe the best posoihlo prices at Browns Mrs Jne Witt and children have tA been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Henry Ashoraft near Irvington Oats field seal limo cement salt flour feed paint oil axes hoop cutlery nails plowseto at Browns Mrs R N Hudson and daughter Virginia are spending two weeps in Evergreen ALl with Mrs Hugh Fich Canned goods all oif Tomatoes rtcorn cherries blackberries pens tbfans and salmon three for 25cts itt Browns Ira Jefferson Davis of St t Louis formerly Miss Ruth Sterett I of SkIllman arrived Sunday to be RosstOwen Whilehonse came up from tfWestj Louisville Sunday and return ed Monday accompanied by his brother Fred who will spend a week with him Mr and Mrs yhris Ashcraft nee Miss Ethel Benhaui were tho guests of sir and Mrs J A Barry several days the past week while en route tI to Oklahoma to reside Miss Margaret Skillman will leave today for Chicago where she will be the guest of Mr and Mrs Hush Atkinson She will return the first of April with Miss Marian Bowmer who has been spending the winter in ChicagoRUTS The walking sick what a crowd of them there are Persons who are thin and weak but not sick enough to go to bed- ChronicU JJ cases thats what the doctors call them which in common English- meanslong sickness To stop the continued loss of flesh they need r Scotts Emulsion For the feeling of weakness they need Scotts Emulsion- It makes new flesh and gives new life to the weak system getsFthin and weak persons out of the rut It makes new rich blood strengthens the appetitefor Scotts Emulsion can be r taken as long as sickness lastl and do good all the time Theres new strength and i fleshin every dose We will be glad to send you a few doses free Ba lure that this picture la the form of a label is on the wrapper of every bottle of Emulsion you buy SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Peth St N Y5 SOt alldI lHchSSIttJ 1 KIDNEYt DR FENNER S r Backache Bladder All AII4II diseases OfXlIlneYlCURE I I Dropsy TroubleIj Dont becomo discouraged Thero is a cre for you Itnecrarary write l r lie hua spent a IUu Limo clring lust u 1 cwee OH yours All consultation Frae rI suffered a long Urn with what the tonIclaimed Was down inww Inmbago unO able to move without great pain Two bottles 1Ii of Dr Fwners Kidney and Backxho Cure completely cured BM and I have had no return of the trouble nor any sips of rheumatism FlUID BRANDT Dyer Muncie lad Dnwntistt BOc 81 Ask fur took BookflnBE trot Sale By Start ft Uaynts i Seed Oats 35o per buBaob1Ige j Son Born Marco 11 to the wifo of Tno Farber n son Pnre Uraaui cheese always froeh BabbKge Son j Fresh broad ovary d3It th J English Kitchen Tryphosn a delicious dessert 10ctsjj pkg fJnubugo a Son Born March 11 to the wife of C W J Hatnman a daughter J All of the shades and finishes in j paporW B Qrie Bring your produce to Brown end roceivo highest clash price Fresh fish anti oysters always on j hand at tho English Kitchen Now lino of sterling top hat pins j and shirt waist sets W B Oelzo Sunday was the third anniversary of the groat tire of March 18 1011 Coffee lower all oft ArbuoklaliolVee 140 XXXX tlvo for hoots at Browns Mrs H A Oelio has returned from St Josephs Infirmary utJJouis villa A Fallen and family moved into their now home on Railroad street MondayHenderson Johnson of Dukes for merit of this city la seriously ill of pneumonia For Solo Store room and reel dente comoincd three nice rooms and pantry largo porch and varanda Alsc tinners tools and machines A A LaHeist Cloverport Ky You Know What You Are Taking When you tuko Orovoll Tasteless Clilll Ton 1C because tho formula Is plainly prjnted on every bottlo showing hint it 1Is stinply Iron and Qulnlno In n tiiKtnlnStt fiiirii rCi cute No pay Price 5Ce I LeafPolk Tobin Leaf of Tobinsport Ind anti Miss Kate Polk daughter of Edwin Polk of Eureka lud formerly of Totirisport were married ntthe brides home Monday O eJTOaXABun Have Always Bflufln of thottJi1NEWS IN BRIEF J The Hawesville Hnb and Mfg Co has bought 00000 feet of hno tim ner on the Tar Springs ttaot of Iland Ernest Biven son of Mr and Mrs Dudley Biven and Mis Della Leaf daughter of Tom Leaf both ot Tobins port lad were married at Rook port Ind Monday evening Mrs Dora Lawson wife of John Lawson Has brought suit against Courtlnnd Haynes at Hawesville for selling her husband liquor after she had instructed him in writing not to do so- Rev W H Foreman celebrated his 68th birthday at his home in Har dinshnrg Thursday Five children four grandchilaron Rev W H Cal vert and wife and othqr guests were presentMrs Katie Bush Kelly daughter of the late Judge A Y Bush of Hawesville has brought a suit for di vorce against her husband Prof i J D Kelly of Owensborj wno is wellknown hero Mrs Geo Powers Dead Hardinsburg Ky March 15Spo ical Mrs George Powers died at her home in this plao3 on last Wed nssday morning The funeral was held al St Romunlds church the following day tho Rev Father Wm L Gabo officiating The remains were entered in the cemetery ad joining the church Mrs Powers was about seventy five years of age and was the widow of Mr George Powers who died soy oral years ago She was a devoted member of the church and lived a consistent Christian life One child Mrs Thomas Rhodes survived to mourn her toes Fire at Glendeane The onestory residence on the Eli Deane farm near Glendeane belonging to Jesse Howard andIodpnpied tljyff Jas Deane was burned early FrJday morning The lire bccurred before dawn and the family escaped in their night clothes None of the honiehold etrecttl wgre Pay dandfthq p ptoa a total J tJThe fire was caused by adeteotldue 1 w T w t 10 R fAQ llITe gifj Wtf somJs COLUMNI N w inj friends I advise you not to read the following list if you expect to hold un to lour money BB the lempin tion will lhe vervgeat to invest it iin some of the Imrjjains offenII IIIroperryj II pioperty timesj you no1tl1iilll showing you the city Property Two FlorjM forialr NS Lot iiixi IIOUSD Oak and Main 8000- Ni I 4 Lt and nni IulIt hy Arcnue- i 1HKi UtMUU house Kustlnnd wr- a I Lot and b sre oak rtrurd N- UNot t li uiidlnMiv KourtliMrfet psi II N S feui and house Hiitim Mrert 011- NiuNLdnudhsIhirdardCrnhr dilllINuIII ltut mid iious HartUnb Creek Iii Frst steiii 511 1II LolHlld houFt short Line R II 400- i tin IX Jot und hour Oak sruut SoU- N u 14 Four utuir lots Ni 1vI Toll gate boost1 31J1sl No IM 10llllld house 11x11 street No IIII li und I IaM Ok sttrot v NnJO 1 Lot curl boost KiiMtltiud YW1 NuZl Lot prd house KuMlaml 250 NuSS Lul and IIUIIM Center strwt 300 Nn Lot Wall ntrevt gyp No4 Lot Wall mrtit I Nii Jot sad house Walnut street l011 N o t Lot uud boost HI Ilnrdln I i1i i Jet and house Center stroft 755 i7e3 t i t1oIi Lot Ktfi u Ntrept 5 S1 tuti Kd Pu1MFifthxtroit J60 75 ClieHttiutNo JOO So3l Lot I a l 7- I I Noav I Inear llaryDolu 11I Xou Lots t 2 cuter street liet No HT four iirivs Hubop Illll 2IiG Nora iiof I iiirc und lIelu House 11 I No II Ii I Oak street near Snndra no Polo Lutl Hint liDUMt Third street rIO So4l Kjirm ure sail house Abe No4i liirni Km tifrea aDd Iou e eaJ Xo43 Turn M ainH on Plkn pikeXo46 1m ItIO Xo4rt WiH alluud Toncros 35- 1No H WUKlhUHI IS aerua l I N04l4 WorNlla all 5 eaeJWl No4D Three liulldlnK lots Rim mrcet 310 NoM One are and tonflqiiarryon pike ORDER BY NUAIOER I akin have un Austin Stone Crusbor vith 13horso ppwoi Eclipse Friok Engine which will dispose ofou roasonnbl- terlhs Good elevator utUichod1 und nit suitable appliances for uutking good roads Can crush stono as fust as two men can fowlI it nail can be set to crush it into dust Engine power sufliciont to run a saw mill Como to 11 L Nownom if yo want Deeds Mortgages Agree ments Ibid other writings done up literaryforlllpl1pcrs fore any legal tribunal Ho also acts as Notary countyAttention out an certifying of Pension Certificates IIONDORSON ROUTE NOTES Round trip homeseekers excursion toVes and southwest first and third Tuesdays bach month at greatly xedhce rates One way second class colonist tickets to South and Southeast first anti third ruesdnys each month at reducedrates One way second class olouist tickets to West and Southwest first End third Tuesdays eacht month i atlreduced rates One way second class colonist to Pacific and North Pacific coast pointse and intermediate points on every day March 11 to April 30 and September IS to October 15 1004 inclusive Reducedi rates The round trip rate of 150 to lIar diuaburg ntid return has been cancelled NNN NOOt1NNN1N0 at IIiLunch i I i t i i I just Sets o v t o The lunch wo servo for 15 t cents satisfies most any mans t appetite because we servo f iIit ns is generally served nt mqst f restaurants for a quarter s Wo give you Steak or Country lImn i EggsII Bread or Pan Cakes i Coffeo service andPrompt quietude i GOFF MAY I CloverportKy NNNN1No Archie Balov Dead Union to Star Ky March 1GSpf offal ATFhieiallgvGs ybang inn n of tthis c9f1munijY died at1 JhjAhome Thursday and wasburled In tho Union Star cemetery Friday Rev Hoekinson madp a very touching 1 grave Qpnoerplng the mfeflair life oY Mrtliallw His death was duVtb pheumohia 01 F J Ji Wart S t = toAdvertisements Insisted under this head itt one rant a word per week- FOR SALE FOK SATr rurni of 43 tents Just outside JIDIroVII1I1onffiiil ut Ni ioftlrn 111IfU erP1i i nII s dlflfnnl arltlis at l lo l dhr1 lit Glovcrpoit Mliil for thut lrlJ yiar tee lll iUlvii NriiMKllV 1 ovTiortI Ky n n FOR SALE PTMNTIM Ircsnes and Culling machine 6of jrood Isms Iry muchlm AI11W ii ondhaih iis nod1 IlnsInu- I KIwi t 1kIIN OAnlliJ rd Rtrt t- IauIJI iy IPtm 1II Unrnil riyni tlflo li II- t tin Hock lOr s tnnI of IIi 1 V IIII1tti1lZII Itltldlnlollrll 11- c10pIpftplyn I k P Rook Egg tlu pr Ji Irr hukt4l how I IIIT1ICflKEI lItlplwTlslourJ Iy- FOH st L HImh Hhorto hard KifK n 11 T lnytis 11 nd irincral pUriM M tt0wls in iitlsfv Fut fcr sitliiit jlii per arttIII My stixli isl frmi iiilzo wlmnTS nJCI llniiyvllli Ky a l1IZ 1 Ii Itarrfd riynxiuth Kock Eggs FuRsellsrtibI reset wi p4 ISO you Aridness Mrs Z T Qox KUr ii lv m u WANTED WANT Irl Parties owing me tocnll sit the ors llnnk Htrptielisixirl and sot Ue Gcu t Miiv ly M IL u Full IK MtUON EASY TFRMS FluutlnllMilli eon iiiU river and Texan ItallroaJ nt- iT1Ywesvi Ky fur sole heap THIS mill was MOn id lltrci yr Is t ntlrt ly- llsrlrwhcatI txmntrySaeflea on lapin Hatlsfailorv rcnvoiM for filnC trite or SIM u+ tilllU VALLEY INI1 IOi Huwisvlllo Ky Farming in the SouthT- he I ltHIT r Tkuurttucnl of the Illinois Central Kiniroitd Company tsltsuinit tuuntlily circular nnivridnK fruit urowlnvt vcfntiilnr asNleolnluck nilslnn dairylnir iiit in U KiSlat of IKentucky West TfiiinM c lMlsiiM andl Ix uUlun Eviry IaruuT or lion M ken who Will forward hIs iiiini nmutlcdI nee Circulars Nos 1 to 10 Inclusive cud others is IIIY lire publUtiutl from month t month L H ST L riMIi tABLE EAST not XII No 48 Rally Kurt Train Irnrcr Cloccrisrt 507 A steps lit Yost lotut only urrlr eat Louisville T 13 A M No 48 lially Mull and Exproiwl lonvisCIo ittoastuNo 44 Dally Mull and ExpriHs leuvrx Clo 7 rK rt 143 PM stops ut all way stations ex cup I IliTie Arrives lx nlville 710 I M WEST ROUST No 41 Dully St TxmlH Mall andl ExprtHu wat t Clover port 1008 A M arrives Evans rtllc IKM PM arrives St Ionln i1I1 IP M1 luwersC5iwttrviIIealtakets lonvedlions Arrlvis ut Evansville 100 1WIIYIlitll sCioderl M St LoulsTSO A 111 stops at HnwONVllle OvrunslHiro and Ilendurson only nltll3lorosI station Arrives ut Kvansrllle 1100 a n Hemming leaves Fcunsrillewt 330 p IB arrives ut Cloverport 830 p m cnnndox ear cupt Sunday Traits 41 41 and 44 nuiku con auction ou Sunday for Kordsvlllo truln ThruoKh conches on traits 41 44 45 and 4i Parlor curs on trains 41 42 43 und 4 ThroiiRh sleepers on trains l5 and 40 Fro reclining chair curs bunwii Loulsvlllu un Lt Louis on trains 45 and 40 Get a steakait Amy shopand coos it as the recipe says and Ill give you my hat if it dont taste just right Chopped Steak Put two pounds of lean through meatchopper add two level teaspoonfuls of of salt and n sultspoonful of pepper mix thoroughly und form into one large steak Broil slowly over a perfectly clear fire or in a hot pan cook one side then turn and cook onthe other side for about ten minutes Dishon overoit a table spoonful of butter and a tablespoonful chop ped parsley or servo with tomato snutioJJj MrsS T Roror in Ladies Homo Journal FRED MAY y Cloverport J IR YEARSfEXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS BCC Anyone sending a sketch and description may quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an JommunlcafoneetrlctlyconadenttaalHANOBOOIIOnPuentu I pateutlateuut1klMtIpvcWt notice without charge in the cfetitific JItriCan A handsomely llloatraled weekly T irireit clr enlatton of nnrBclontina Journal Term 13 a year t four months 1 Soldbyaiinewedealore- 4l1NN Co3BEamadwar3 New York Branch Sake en V St Wublnaton D U DkVid May waft Inrtlhted infb the locall K P lodge Monday night v r c = =I 9ftfe t1 sr ft I ShamrocksI L I l FOR I ST PATRICKS DAY= = II- II III Thursday March 17 Je C NOLTE S BRO MASONIC TEMPL- ECLOVERPORTII KY I C I IGRANDVIEWI u q TIS The COMFORT LINE FreeII 1Recliningl ChairCarsi On The Popular- HENDERSON I r ROUTE t Between TheKi Southwesti As we arc the originators of free reclining chair car ser vice between Louisville and St Louis dont you I think it would pay you in traveling to Get the Henderson Route hnhitl It will us =Ask us About It=L J IRWIN GEO L GARRETT GeniI Pass Agl Tray Pass Agl LOUISVILLE KY GEO Nn CASPERKE Jewelry and- Insurance Best policies for least money in Life tire Tornado and Accident Insurance Brandenburg Ky i v1 r Sour j StomachNoness headache constipation bad breath i general debility sour risings and catarrh of the stomach are all duo to Indigestion Kodol cures Indigestion This new discovery represents tho 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 dyspepsia but this famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening and liningtheMr S S Ball of Rayenswccd W Va says yearsKodoollKodol Digests Wbt You Eat 8cttlee only 5100 Slioholdtof 2M tlmei the trill sJiejwhlch seas for 50 cents Prepared by E O DWITT A 00 CHICAGO Sold by all Druggists m BVD WHeac k06lnedowufrom Green wo6dlndjfJ 9 day fntl u Bakers Pin Their Faith to Cadicks Gold Dust Flour Why not you t Ui made from the choicest grade oi Gradehike heat Is tIed whenever best baking itie sired Act wisely and order It Ire tit your grocer today I efrjsKOeP POSTED ABOUT s 3s N fI I US0Stee1Corporation w J8 IiI t The White A Kcmlile Atlas Map and T yhlm u LIIf should IIw In the IM tf IIa Itls oftv1ry slwkHelder No wtrr t J else Is tic sane II mUll III rlnrormatlon p accessible lo tit pulillc I his volume i t Ik shows liy a vecolurmup the locution JP I railroad scot 71t ore lands4 4sletuusblpf Imes nut Itlvltl ufletal fstntcmeutaofexrnink s distribution O- tr II IIIIItI divIslon or securities ItllOl tf fulOrHtlonrUUnl full text ot IIYIIIII I j IflItnorlgagedI1 Price bs net to accompany each ordersll CmnHArEOSIV IIV now JONES f CO2 y W 44 Broad St Now York i W Tilt oldest News Apeiiey of With stre B ftI tIc clnvestors Kead The 1 WALL STREET JOURNAL ft 7mm 17 r7 5000 Paid for a Little bit of Brain Work Brainwork is a paying oc cupation sail especially so in this case All on earth you have to do is to study tho fig tires given and thenplaco tho number of people you think will pay to go into tho Worlds Fair during May Place tho number on the blank on page 3 send it to us with u dollar for tho Nows a year and if your figures are the only right ones it check for 5000 will bo sent you Seo page 3 for further particulars THE NEWS I Coyerport 1tKy r 1 r I n d H 4 I s we 1 f 1 wq1Tq 7T r iI l rrr rrrrr I t 1 t 4 iIt HEREIS50001pc J t f I J AA AAAA AA AA AA AAAAAAAAA AAAA A AAAAAAAAA A A AAAAAAAAA AAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA A AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA = I l 5000i 3 i Will be paid for nearest correct I estimate of the number of people toLI I see Worlds Fair 1 during MAY TTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT TTTTTTTTTTT VTTTTTTTTVTTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVTTTT TTTTTTTTTTTTTVTTTTTTTTTT r PPH ITS ABSOLUTELY IREE I N N NNN F lOne estimate FREE with each dollar paid for 1 the NEWS See paper for particulars i N N N NNNNN NN NNN NN NN NNNJ 6 i J Breckenridge NewsiFkk s CLOVERPORT KY 19ILI 1 J S U a i sr I U J r ii The Breckenridge JNews i1 I WEDNESDAY MARCH 10 1004 ONE HUNDRED r ATTEND PARTY On Monday March 7 the relatives and friends of Mrs Rebecca Hedden widow of the late Newton Hidden gave her a birthday dinner at her r home near Hopewell Baptist church on the Breckenridge und Ohio county line she being on that day nlnety two years old As the News stated on a former j occasion Mrs Hedden was born in i the Whlttinghill homestead now j Jones station March 7 1812 and a+ was the second daughter of John and Elizabeth Whittinghlll Her father i was of a pntrioctic Virginian family j during the dark days of the American Revolution and settled the farm at Jones station October 1C 1807 and l t his son Peter T Whittinghill is said to be the second or third child born in Ohio county Mrs Heddens mother was a sister of the late Joseph H Cooper of the Bockvale cowman ity in Breokenridge county and the late Wm Cooper ot near Cloverport She was born in Chester District on i1 the Catawba river in South Caro 1 Jf Una and was a schoolmate of Gen Andrew Jackson at the Wastraws Newton Heddens father was a J captain in Gov Isaac Shelbys Ken i tacky trooos in Gen W H Harrisons Northwestern army and a member 1 of the Virginia family of the Con i tinental army and his mother was oft 4 the Virginia family of Thomass of Washingtons artillery About one hundred persons par ticipated in the celebration and sat down to the beautiful dinner Mrs r Hedden sat at the first table and for s her age ate a hearty dinner Her mind was better thau it had been for 1c recogt7with some of them about the long ago She said that she was then ninetytwo years old which was a it Jong time to live and that she would IT c never live to see another birthday Prominent among the persons pres ent was four of her nephews Judge Jas B Howard of Fordsvllle David N Howard of Rock vale Jas H Whittinghlll of near Mitchells Station Ohio Co and Jas B Howard I a contractor and mine owner of Eagle City Alaska the latter being IL i on a visit to his Kentucky relatives 1 and friends and who sat by the side of Mrs Hedden at the table and aided in waiting on and in other 1 wise entertaining her The most of the time was passed in social conversation and in the evening l the old time hymn How firm a foun dation ye saints of the Lord was sung and an address was made by Col Edwin Forbes of Fordsville on the early settlement of this part of Kentucky and Mrs Heddens patriot ic and pioneer settler people On taking leave she requested each one to visit her again as soon as they could conveniently do so This Man Kept List Of Game Killed In 44 Years Probably the most unique ledger on record is the one owned by Dr T 0 McCarty of Spottsvlll who had been visiting hie son B M Mo Carty of this city The book con 7 r IoJ 4 One of the greatest American millionaires r once said to his physician A million dol S lars Doctor for a new stomach and then the sick man groaned and turned away dJi1J1 One of a mans greatest pleasures is that born of a keen appetite vigorous digestion and a good dinner and this belongs to c many a good fellow who is living on small c wages but the rich man without a stomach J4 has to forego the good things of the table because his stomach rebels Without a healthy stomach and a good digestion our blood is thin watery and poor our heartTt does not do itsaction is weak our liver duty and mat is miserable and unhappy In tills condition man is prey to the germs of Lfluenza consumption malaria and all the ills that he is heir to Consumption can be treated by natural methods which are as close to nature as possible- Dr R V Pierce chief consulting physi dan of the Invalids Hotel and Surgical Institute at Buffalo N Y years ago understood this disease and after a long pe riod of experiment discovered certain roots and herbs which were natures remedies and succeedea in putting them up in a form that would be easily procured and 1 ready to use This he called Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery It gives no false stimulation because it contains no I t digestIn the food as are required for the blood Instead of a cod liver oil against which I the already aensitive stomach will declare open rebellion this tonic has a pacifying action upon the sensitive stomach and gives to the blood the food elements the tissues require It maintains the patients nutrition by enabling him to eat retain digest and assimilate nutritious food It ovecomes gastric irritability and symp toms of Indigestion and in this way t ver- nigbtsweats headaches etc are done away with It fortifies the body against the gcms of consumption grip and ma laria and it builds up the tissues and puts on healthy flesh When the druggist says he has some thing that is just as good as Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery he says so be cause he hopes to make a better profit but his own mixtures have not stood the test of long ex erience nor had the success that Dr Pierce s medicines have had I t t 0 I iZftAEFi 14 II TNACNERaLlver SYRUP rntsAA B onici olafortTb PuriftBfl A rbtq III YOldII1I4I b1 8Ua 11 tJIUca FRtraar+ nhr SAMPLE IIDII IIIC- TII CO 1 =1 QLntt Ir Uftf 1ood SYRUP nafht- as U 011 54patMOfl Id rM- AAraMr Impure of Bad Blood3 IICUC cro tltJ1f 04n 0 SbililIE cuntlel LO uIUn1 07 c sOfpckPpea rytrtwaIss d f IdrumsfD 1tis1fUP ltIIIIIIIIE FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS TWO SIZES BOC AND 100 ff you have never tried this great remedySEND TODAY for a free sample and seat your symptoms Wo simply ask you to try tat our expense We know who it will d- oThacher Medicine Co CHATTANOOGA TPNN tains a list of the game Dr McCart killed from the year 18153 until 180J and maps showing sections of the State which he hunted Only onE year 1854 is omitted from the list Both the list and the maps wer entered in the ledger by Dr McCart and are carefully and neatly arranged The list ot game is precedes by the following introduction I Thomas Clayton McCarty wal born on the tableland one mile frog the mouth of Otter creek in Mead county Kentucky on the 23rd daJ of August 1830 My father Capatin James Wardt McCarty being a great hunter I it herited the passion in a great degree On my first hunt at the age of tet years I Killed three squirrels MJ lather and Cousin Billy Withers who were with me killed one each In 1852 I accompanied my fattu to the Green river country whet he was engaged iu freighting tobacc and merchandise to and from tht Pond river country and Evansville In February 1853 our Tamil moved from Meade county and settle on Pond river very near its menu on the Muhlenburg county side During all this time and up to the dating of my game list I killed l great many squirrels and other smal game in addition to the turkeys anc one deer mentioned below I remem ber on one occasion killing 24 pigeon and on another to have killed Ii squirrels at IU pnots Even the day of the month Iil given in each record of game killu and also the description of the cam and the place where it was killed In a few instances the kind of gut used is given The first gun men tioned is the flint look At the end ol tile list the tots amount of game killed from 1853 tl 1808 is given as follows Eightyfive mink lOa raccoons 20 opossums 1 otter 104 birds 11 rabbits 11 owls 8 hawks G gronn hogs t swan 7 geese 20 crows 4 pigeons rattlesnikes 5 pheasants 82 deer 010 turkeys 1002 squirrels 130 ducks 70 patrldges NN NNNNNNN Na4 iiTilE EASTERN WAR AS TOLD IN DISPATCHES NNN Nii Wednesday Mobilization of Japanese troops on lauding in Corea and Manchuria proceeds slowly tut regularly Forty American nurses sail to Fai East to join Japanese army- Thursday Skirmish between Russians am CoreansMikados men by brilliant movement turn Russian position on thE Yalu and battle with Japs Is Immlnen In Manchuria Friday Large Japanese fleet shell Por Arthur and Russian ships in harbor Czar tells Rnsei an press to tell v the truth and nothing but the truth President Roosevelt In new neutral Ity order warns officials of the Gov erment against too much talking about the war A Lively Runaway The liveliest runaway for severs months occurred on Main street Thursday morning about 730 oclock A double team hitched to a road wagon ran from the residence of M Hnmnian oppo site the Catholic church to the corner of Main and Third street a distance of ten blocks After passing Mr Hanman residence the horses turned into Mall street and ended their wild run by could ing with a telephone post at R N Hud sons corner They were frightened by a singletree falling on the hind legs of one of them and their driver Jess Mc FHrlnnd could net hold them When they had run two or three blocks he jumped Iron the wagon The wagon was pulled the entire distance by onl the breast chains and careeredwildly By coming in contact with the post the horses were badly cut and bruised The crash was heard several plocks and the post was so shaken that the telephone wires were crossed The PostalParcels System An article snowing how the dally newspapers the country merchant tne big and little stores of the city and the manufacturer all would ben cut by a postalparcels law in the United States corresponding with tha of England or more particularly thos of Germany and Austria is published in the Cosmopolitan for March It shows tnat the merchants of the United States are paying six thous and per cent more for postal parcel delivery than those of Germany and other countries It is calculated tha there would be a saving ot from two to four hundred millions a year to the i national wealth by intelligent Itfgisla tion on this subject Acre of Poultry Clears 1000- A flock 01 thirteen hens will thriv in a yard twenty feet wide by slit feet deep In this way COO nens can be successfully managed on one arc of ground According to the Man- agementr they will pay from 100 to 200 clear profit for each hen per yearThis will give from 500 to 100 clear profit from ease acre of hens In view of these reliable figures your poultry should receive careful attention if you desire to make a goof profit Proper Treatment of Pneumonia I Pneumonia is too dangerous a disease I for anyone tc attempt to doctor himself although he may have ther proper remedies at band A physician herborne in mind however that pnen monia always results from a cold or froman attack of the grip and that 1by giving Chamberlains Cough Remedy r the threatened attack of pneumonia may be warded off This rem edy is also used by physicians in ther treatment of pneumonia with the best results Dr W J Smith of Sanders Ala who is also a druggist says of 3 Itl have been selling Chamberlains Cough Remedy and prescribing It In r I my practice fur the past six years I use it In cases of pneumona and have always gotton the best results Sold by Short Haynes Is Now in Manila I Ad Farber has received a letter l from his brother Will Farbar who is In the regular army and is now stationed ac Manila P 1 The letter r reads in part as follows We arrived here 0 K We had a lovely trip the weather being fine l all the way I am in perfect health and weigh 1G4 pounds WM are In quarters in the city and duty iu 1 easy The city is In a healthy con dition and the natives are pleased with the American rule I dont 1 think we will have any more trouble with them is they seem perfectly contented Alt who use Atomizers in treating I nasal catarrh will get the best result 1 from Elys Liquid Cream Balm Price including spraying tube 75 cts Sold by druggists or mailed by Ely Bros 50 Warren St N Y Now Orleans kept 1 1000 Messrs Ely Bros I sold two bot tles of your Liquid Cream Balm to a customer Wm Lamberton 1415 Delachaiso St New Orleans He has used the two bottles giving him wonderful and most satisfactory results Geo W MoDuff Pharmacist Another Goebel Monument Senator W A Bryon made n fervid speech and got his bill appropriating 20000 for the erection of a monu ment to the memory of William Goebel through the State Senate last week This will make two monu- mentsI for Goebel the other in course of preparation to be erected at his grave by the citizens of the I State at a cost of 15000 t Laxative romocSinineCures aCold l3 f on every t7VP box 25c I JUDICIAL SALE In the Circuit Court of the Unites States for the Western District c f Kentucky Owensboro Division Columbia Finance Trust Company Complainant- vs Central Clay Product Company Defendant By virtue of a decree of foreclosun and sale made and entered by the Cir suit Court of the United States for the Western District of Kentucky Owens boro division held therein on the Oil day of January 1004 in the above en titled cause I as Special Master ap pointed for such purpose by the said de cree wiil sell at public auction to tin highest bidder in bar and free of alright andequity of redemption in said defendant Central Clay Product Com l panyupon the land and premises here leafier described on Wednesday the 23d day of March 1004 at 13 o clock midday standard time the following propertyAll the lauds real estate buildings machinery and other things complettbrick particularly That certain tract or parcel of land situated near and adjoining the limits of the City of Clorerport Breckenridge county State of Kentucky containing thirtyone and onehalf 31iti acres bounded as follows Beginning at a stake on Murrays line the otiginal corner thence with the original line south fourteen and one half 1412 degrees east seventyfive 75 poles to a stake in the center of the pike road thence with the pike road to a stake the division between thus lot and the lot laid off for Bacon and wife thence north fourteen and onehalf 14 li degrees west one hundred and three 103 poles to the original line be tween Fishers and Murraya tracts of land thence south sixtynine and one half 61 ij degrees west fiiftynine 59 poles to the beginning being the saute tract of land mentioned in the deed front Elizabeth Wi kerson and others to George C Patton Trustee mid 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 euridge county in Deed Book V page 602 and the same tract of land men tioned iu the deed from the Patton Vit rifled Brick Company and George C Patton Trustee to George C Patton individually and the saute tract of land mentioned iu the deed from George C Patton to tue Central Clay Product Company party of the first part all of said deeds being of record in the office of the Clerk of the County Court of Breckenridge county Kentucky Also all lauds real estate buildings brick kilns and machinery and all buildings structures erections fixtures improvements and additions and all rights franchises rights of way ease ments privileges interests and immu nities belonging or appertaining to the business of said defendant and all its plant machineries boilers engines wagons carts live stock tools imple ments materials supplies patent rights and its other property of every kindand nature all ofwhich was owned by the said defendant at the time of the execution of the mortgage by it to the complainant or thereafter owned or ac quired by it together with all and singular the tenements hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging and the rents issues and profits thereof and all the estate right title interest property possession claim and demand whatsoever as well at law as in equity of the said defendant in and to the same and every punt and parcel thereof The foregoing property does not in cludge seventyeijht cars together with the rails guard rails and extras for angle guardrails which were procured from the Atlas Car Manufacturing Company The sale of all the foregoing property shall be in one lot or parcel and AS a whole and no bid for the same ofa sum less than nine thousand dollars will bereceivedAt same time and place I will also sell at public auction to the high est bidder seventyeight cars together with the rails 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 the acceptance of his bid and and as part of said bid and as a pledge that he will make good his hid if accepted by the Court a sum equal to twentyfive per cent of the bidso made by him said sum to be de posited either in cash or certified check or certificate of deposit payable to or endorsed to niy order For the balance be ng seventyfive percent of his bid each purchaser shall execute n promissory note bearing interest from the day of 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 before the maturity ol 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 the time his bid is accepted bonds and overdue coupons secured by first mortgage executed by the defendant to the complainant said bonds to be received at such value as the holder may be entitled to receive thereon in case the entire purchase price were paid in clmsh except that such bonds and coupons shall not be accepted in payment of the costs of the action the cost of advertising and making the ale the allowances to the trustee and his counsel the allowances to the re ceiver and his counsel and the allowance to the Special Master all of which shall be paid in cash when and as the Court may hereafter order For further particulars and for a more specific description of the personality to be sold reference is hereby made to the decree and the papers on file in the above cause RICHARD N HUDSON Special Master If you want or have anything you dont wantuse the Butt riok patternso J D Babbage agent v esN OCOQ3- 1 s s N TliE growing popularity till O cit Southwest iind the continual Inrroiisc In travel to that section ispocMaliy on the llrst and third Toisuaysuf inch nontli 1IIourlljlStillTOURIST SLEEPING CARS- of latest pattern In Train No 5 leaving St Louis 835 i in commencing December 15 1WJ3 find ouch first and third Tuesday following until further notice HetiirnliiK Tourist Sleeper will arrive St Louis following Monday In Train No 0 scheduled to arrive Union Station 720 a m connecting with all lines Diverging Schedule wad rates per doublu herlh us liolow == == = = == == NOkTt18aaII m 433a In Ar S ringftuld = 100 A Ar 1205 n m ooon in Ar Ionett 100 Ar 1040 p m 4iOpm Ar Plltls t00 Lv 12JOnn 420 pm Lv Paris 200 Tex MidAr 1150 u m 110 pm Ar Formls 250 Lv 850 a m 1010pin Lv iuois 250 II TAr 545 a m 6IOllm Arllouslon800 liv 910 pm i Frisco pmForSystem or district representative as follows- K M WISIIART T P A St Louis J STUART TAYLOR T I A Svansville e e f sNN Ne laelie s eN ehi efleeerl- st iMi iofElizabethtown Ky 2 DISTRICT AGENT FOR HOME INSURANCE CO NEW YORK THE LARGEST COMPANY IN THE WORLD This company writes FIRE LIGHTNING find 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 iIiJ B HERNDON Solicitor Irvington Ky C + NN N N + NNN- N N N NN i i DAN BROOKS CO r- ZZ STOCKii ISTOCKI = I CENTRAL STOCK YARDS LOUISVILLE KY 1 N N +NNNN NN + d Q horAdvertisingBy The chances are that a onetimt advertisement or a very small advertisement will not pay It is only continuous persistent effort tnd effort that is strong enough to make an impression that will be found adequately profitable Once in a while the onetime advertisement on a special occasion 1 sustain bridge business tho water tition waste tho stones will bring good results but not one tithe in a hundred unless tho advertiser has been fairly well advertised in tho community If the pier a bridge is to bo built in tho middle a river the builders commence by sinking stones tho foundation If they dropped l the first quit be cause they could not sec it the pier would never bo builtIf they dropped a dozen A stones one on top of tho It Is only continuous persistent elTortelTortsothor and quit before tho strong enough to make nn impression that will bo found llrolltublepilo was big enough to stick out tho water they would lose thou time and their stones But if they go on put in a good solid foundation and buildup that they will in time raise a pier that will bo strong and permanent and that will hold up a useful and necessary bridge- It is just so with advertising Tho first ads you drop in only servo as a foundation They do not servo as anything if you do not drop in enough of them If you keep on piling ono on top of tho other in the end yoi will have a pier which will tho of all rest of your life The of compo will away some of and they will have to bo ro before of of for stono and of from 151N placed but onco tho pioris built tho repairs will not bo vory ex pensiveFountain Pens For Sale Cheap J D Babbage r i r i I 1 r kjL r W Y- Jai i Y 4 itIt t r The Breckenridge New WEDNESDAY MARCH 10 100J IRVINGTON Clover seed 050 cash ut Jollys 0000 Rouges for 8000 nt J Go Co 20 Ibs granulated sugar glOOoas at Jollvs Ed Bryant went to West Point bn business Saturday Miss Essie Biggs entertained a few friends Friday evening Miss Anna Games has returned to her homo in Fords ville Mils Mary Henry was hostess to a small gathering Tuesday evening Canned Corn Tomatoes Penohe Peas and Salmoa lOc at J Ut Co Dr and Mrs Paul Dempster are the guests of Mr and Mrs Foster Lyons Miss Willa Drurys young friends enjoyed an evening with her Sntui tiny J B Biggs has a position at tllC asylum at Hopkinsville Kynt left last week to fill that place Mrs Foster Lyons who was take suddenly ill on Sunday Maron G 1 is mnch Iimproved at this writing- R Mack Herndon has returned to his home in Henderson after a two weeks stay with relatives and friends A meeeting of the Social Club of this week is postponed on account of the protracted meeting at the M E cnnrch If you want to paint anything dont fail to price tne celebrated Peerless nixed laint1 at Jollys It is the best on the uianttt Mrs H W Herndon of Henderson accompanied her mother and siste twine and will be the guest Of ber brother T N McGlothlan A call meeting of the B Y P U will be held with their presiden Friday afternoon at 5J oclock All members are expected to be present Clothing hats Shoes Furniture Stoves and all kinds Zof hardware 21 per cent cheaper nt Jolly G Co then anywhere in the county WK roy YOU to give them a call Is your stock and chickens unhealthy and lonsey If so bUY Dr Heas stock food and instant louse Killer and get them healthy and keep them so For sale by J U K Co Mrs Letitia McGlothlan and daugh ter Miss Lillie have returned from a must pleasant visit of several week in Henderson the guest of Mr and Mrs Herndou of Hotel Henderson The dry goods carpets and matting jewelry watches clocks etc depart ments of To11J G Co are complete in fltyleqnality and price Your ever want can be supplied and at prices that will surprise you Clarence McGlothlan was home Sunday to see the home folks Mr MoGlothluu is enjoying a re cent promotion by the house with whom he is engaged and is now holding a very responsible position for so young a man A first class buggy and harness at G ter Co for 5800 equal to any 0500 buggy and harness on the market They also nave a full line of the celebrated Ames buggies sur ries and pleasure vehicles which for beauty durability and workmanship has no equal and a full Tins of single and double harness They have no fear of competition They propose to lead and let others follow The matter of saving money is up to you The Irvington Milling Co have moved their grainery on to their new railroad spur adjoining the mill They propose handling and Keeping on Nana a full line of farm machinery such as O C plows Brown Cultivators Derring harvester binder twine and oil disk harrow Evans corn planter salt corn wheat and tobacco fertilizer all the very best at reasonable prices They paid 105 for wheat and Sic for corn last Ayers If your blood is thin and im pflre you are miserable all the time It is pure rich blood that invigorates strengthens refreshes You certainly know Sarsaparillathe health to the home the only medicine tested and tried for 60 years A doctors medicine t owe my are without donut to Ajreri- Saraaparllla It U the most wonderful nieill cine In tlio worlil for nervnuineu Mr cure Is NewirkNllaa J 1100 a bottle J C AVER CO All lrllldforl Lowell Mam Poor Health Laxative doses of Ayors Pills each night greatly aid tho Sarsaparilla s ECZEMA ON- LITTLE GIRL Sleepless Nights for Mothe and Awful Suffering- of Child CURED BY CUTICUR Had Given up All Hopeof Eve Making Any Cure ii My little girl bas been suffering tor two years or more from eczema and during that time I could not got Ia nights sleep as her ailment was ver severe I had tried so many remedies and spent much money deriving no benefit I had absolutely given up all hopi of making any ure But as a last resort I was persuaded to try a set of tho Cutlcura remedies and to my great delight a marked change was manifested from the first application b I gave the child a bath with Cutlcun Soap using a soft piece of muslin clothI This I did twice a day each tlm lowing with the Cutlcura Ointment and at the same time gave the Kesol vent according to directions One box of the Ointment and two bottles of the Resolvent together with the Soap effected a permanent cure I submit this for publication if you desire hoping It will add to your success and assist soomany thousands of sufferers In cur ing themselves Mns I B JONES ADDINGTON IND T The first step In the treatment of tho chronic forms Is to remove the scales and crusts and soften the skin by warm baths with Cutlcura Soap The scalp cars elbows hands ankles and feet will require frequently a thorough soaking In order to penetrate the thick ened skin and crusts with which these parts are often covered Dry carefully and apply Cutlcura Ointment lightly at first and where advisable spread it on pieces of sort cloth and bind In place Take tho Resolvent pllU or liquid in medium doses Do not use cold water in bathing and avoid cold raw winds Sold throughout the world Cutleera Bttotrral roc an form of Chocolate Coaled rtlb2bc per vial of iV x 50a Mc Depots rondoa2f Charter house 5Qllartb61Iue de la rats noolOn13 Colum pal Chem Corp Sole rroprieton send for Dow to Con tciem veek and want ull they can get at the LouisvillE quotations inn the farme complain at these prices Surely not and the Jow prices made on farm im dements and fertilizers can not be complained of either More Riots Disturbances of strikers aro 1I0t nearly as grave as an individual die order of the system Overwork loss of sleep nervous tension will be followed bv utter collapse unless a reliable remedy is immediately employed There no thing so efficient to cure disorder of the Liver or Kidneys as Electrc Biters Its a wonderful tonicnnil etTec ire nervine anti the greatest all round nediciue for run down systenu II dispels Nervousness Rheumatism and Neuralgia and expels Malaria germs July GOc and satisfaction guaranteed jy Short Haynes Druggi- stsSTEPHENSPORT Mrs Bettie Stiff is improving from pneumonia Call and see R A Shellmans line of Easter goods Fresh candies oranges and lemons lit R A Shellmans Eugeno Connor has purchased Dr leo E Sluvelys property Born to tho wife of L D Fox larch 2 a nine pound boy Mrs R H Bennett who has beeu ill for sometime is improving Miss Mary McMillen of Hawesville is here visiting friends and reIn hvesIE H Miller visited his daughter Mrs F C Ferry in Louisville several days ago- Harrison Dowell who has been cry ill with pneumonia fRyer is lowly recovering- R S Skillman of Hardinsbnrg jas purchased the O U Lewis property and will occupy it soon Dr G W Young of Georgetown slivered two tine lectures on temper iuce on first Sunday iu this month Thomas Smith has moved from Jannelton Ind and is occupying Mrs Parkers cottageon Main street Mrs Maud Fife of Rock Haven pent several days last week with her randparents Mr and Mrs Taoob Tanks yr and AlrsP H Morgan have moved to Rome Ind to take e- ofBC Dieckmans flour and wheat exchange Dr Goo E Shively has moved to larion Ky whore he will practice his profession A good opening here for a physician MiBs Kate Crawford who has been ID Memphis Tenn for several months is with her parents Mr and Mrs Jas Crawford DERBY IND Miss Ella Carr was up Friday Ed Braner was in town Monday Ben Bates was in town Tuesday 6 Miss Lela Harris left foi EvansvlUe Tuesday Miss Ethel Martin is atlendii school hero James Hnrgis returned from Louis yule Sunday Mrs Ellen Cummings was in town Wednesday Jamos Mognn went to Cannoltc TuesdayN went to Jhennult Dn business Friday John A Hurgis is very sick at llis home near town lies Anderson wns down front Dexter Wednesday Miss Mollie Davis is visiting roll tives at Concordia Mrs Mat Cunningham visited rein tines at Chenault Friday Mrs Mattie Fito was the guest of Mrs N Mitchell Tuesday Misses BJbe Davis and Ivy Mitche returned from Linisville Tuesday- Dr Hargis has been called to Ken Lucky several times during the pas t week on professional business Messrs Bill Hhultz and Oscar Hargis calledou Misses Nannie Elder and Edith Cummings at T L Elders Snt urday night UNION STAR Miss Liss Ctshman entertains week at Flinch John D Gardner was in Stepheuspo SundayC McGMthlan was in touisvil last week C D Brashear was in Lodiburg last Saturday nud Sunday P M Beard and wife canoe over Sun Jay to see their parents Miss Mattie Tivitt is expected here soon to be with Mrs Naomi ChapIell Mrs Sarah Bruner is home again after a visit of about three months b iin Louisville Mrs Vina Robertson has returned home from an extended visit to lar children in Louisville A II Root of Chickashn I Twiit that he will make a visitto Kentuck during the time of the Worlds Fair tat itLouisMisses Clara Hunks Beard and Virginia Ackley Betrl of Hardinsburg are visiting their grandparents Mr and Mn D S Richardson Mrs Asa W Kroush left Saturday lor U Louis to join her husbandvho wrnt there a few days ago to secure a home before her arrival c Miss Hattie Cnshtnanwill leave very soon for Fayetteville W Va to Je with her sister Mrs Anda McAfee who moved there recentlINorvau G Barbee who has been in a serious condition afflicted with a carbuncle went to Cloverport Friday to consult the physicians there A B Cart hadan examination in his chool last week principally for the benefit of those who are preparing for the lardinsburg examination in May To Cure A Cold In One Day Tako Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All rneglsts orotund the money U It falls to cur E W Grves signature Ison each box 2Sc Coffee Social a Success The coffee social given at tne resi once of Dr J L Moorman Frida vening by the young ladies ot the laptist churoh was a decided success Tho attendance was good and a neat sum was taken in for the benefit of tbe church HEALTHI keepbouleDraatfit We have need it In the family for over two years with the bet ot results I kayo sot had a doctor la the house for that length of time Itla K doctor in itself and always ready to make a person well idhappyJAMES BALL Jack sonrllle 111 Because this great medicine relieves stomach pains frees the constipated bowels and invigorates the torpid liver and weak encd kidneys No DOCTOR whereThedfords iskeptcountry miles from anp physi healthforyears ThedfordsBlackness dyspepsia colds chills and headachesdiarrhoea ailmentbecause control THEDfORDS 6LAI DRADT IJ r- Po h 1 r i CHEMICAL ANALYSIS Reveals That Peruiia is Calculated to Tone up the System Restore the Func tions and Procure Health SO SAYS PROF L Je MILLER CHEMIST vProf L J Miller late Professor of Chemistry and Botany of tho High School of Ypsilanti Mich writes from 8327 N Clark Street Chicago Ill as follows As several of my friends have spoken to mo of the favorable results obtained through tho use of Poruna especially in cases of catarrh I examined It most thoroughly to learn its contents I found It composed of extracts of herbs and barks of most valuable medicinal qualities combined with other ingredients delicately balanced calculated to tone up tho system restore Oio functions and procure health 1 consider Peruna one ot the most skillfully and scientifically prepared medicines which the public can use with safety and successPROP L J MILLER i I I W I will also carry a full lino of jI iffl this Miss Bossio Jar ft j W her It will bo all now M I Tl and I will take in ox w So M JJcall and see the lino of Hats and MW other goods before Tho w- w will bo ready M- w for salo March 21 so you can n get your Hats for Easter iI1 h i Returns From B BKillman returned from Louis 1 ville last morning accom panied by Mrs SkIllman and a e r t l i c 4 NBnlldfl up the System p ti f non Joseph n Ridgeway Seorotat9 1 ot the Ampriran iat writes the following letter 1r Grand Central hotel St Paul It Is with great pleasure dorsa Poruna as an honest medl dno competent toclo nil It claims I have used it several times and know of nothing that cures so completely i and at1 the saDe time builds up the roe ommended It to a number of my r 6 friends and always feel that I do them a 1 service for I know how satisfactory tho results invariably are I only wish e every family had a bottleIt would save much sickness and doctor billsJoseph n RIdgoway Feel Better Than for Five Tears Mr James B Taylor Roberts Ind writes I am at the present timo entirely woll I can eat anything I over could I took flvo bottles of Peruna and feel better now than I havo for flvo years I leave doctored with other doctors oft and on for fifteen years so I can recom mend your medIcine very highly for stomach I take great pleasure in thanking yon for your free advice and Peruna James B Taylor f I Enjoy sir MenU ns I Used totMr J W Pritchard Wolf Lake Ind writes I am ploftsofl to say that I havo boon cured of catarrh of tho stomach by Po runs I could hardly eat anything that agreed with mo Bcforo I would got half through my meal my stomach would fill with gas causing mo much distress and unpleasant feelings for an hour or two after each meal But thanks to your Peruna I am now com pletely cured and can eat anything I want to without any of the distressing symptoms I can now enjoy my meals lIB I used to do and it is all duo to Dr Hartman and his wonderful medicine Poruiaa f- ItII has boon onq year since I was cured and I am all O K yet so I know I am curedJ W Pritchard Dyspepi ia is a very common phase of summer catarrh A remedy that will cure catarrh of one location will cure it anywhere Peruna cures catarrh wher ever located That it is a prompt and euro for catarrh of tho stomach the abovo letters testify If you do not derive prompt and antis factory results from tho use of Poruuay write at once to Dr Hartman giving a full statement of your case and ho will bo pleased to glvo you his valuable advice J Dr Hartman President of lThe Hartman Sanitarium Columbus Ohio GOODS AT COST AT THE FAIR I will sell Overcoats Mens Heavy Clothing Corduroy Pants and Suits Ladies Jackets and Capes Furs Heavy Lined Gloves Bed Blankets Boys Duck Coats Hens Rain Coats Macintosh Coats Mens and Ladies Heavy Overshoes Saddlery such as Saddles Harness Tracechains Back bands Hamestrings Collars Buggy Harness Etc ALL THE ABOVE GOODS AT COST MILLINERY Spring mi1istock mqyoungest chango country produce buying Millinery stock Louisville- A Wednesday trained AntiTr SocietyI I systemI troubles permanent graUlJAddress OF Bring Your Produce I mean to soil and cut down my stock about 3000 sofif you want bargains call at my store and I will soil them to you I want your patronage and will do ovory tning I possibly can to make it profitable for you to examine my stock before buying Send your children they will be treated just the same as if you wore with them i Salt is Still 105 Per BarreltI also have all kinds of Garden Seed in packages or in bulk so you can buy them as you wish Dont cfailr when you are in town to visit my store Wo area11ysJglad to see you ifyou want goods or dont want thorn It v I Your Friend r I W T TILFORD 1- LJM nurse who were with him at St for no distance He came down tb the Josephs Infirmary Mr tiKillmou is Bnjckenridgo Bank Thursday hut in very weak from the injuries he rehis carriage ceived at flardinsbnrg and can walkMQ box paper at 25oJ D Babbage t- T n r