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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1s by r r ni i A IiTHE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS iI ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT 111 11VOL XXVIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 23 1904 8 Pages NO 36 11 BEATTY CONVICTED Ollie Beatty the Fordaville photographer was convicted on eight counts charging raising 1 bills to 10 bills and attempting to pass them in the United States District court at Louisville Saturday TICwill be remembered that Beatty was arrested several months ago as ho steppei from a Henderson Route train at the Union Depot in Louis ville and when searched was found to have fire bills which had been raised Later when Beattys photo graphing establishment at Fords vi lie was searched the instruments dyes and materials for raising the bills were found Beatty dented the charges against and said that someone had slipped the bills into ins pocket Sentence was not passed on Beatty Saturday bv Judge Evans and f lie was taken to jail ALEX HENDRY DEAD Union Star Ky March 22 Spe cial Alex Hendry of Raymond n much respected citizen of that place who is well known here died at his homo Saturday night of heart failure after a very Brief Illness Mr Hen dry had been a member of the Baptist church for a number of years Mr and Mrs Q A Hendry of West Point came down Saturday to attend the funeral of Mr Hendrys father which was hold at Ray moud Monday Several ofther children survive Oranges From Alt Pisgah The News hns received two home grown oranges from the farm ot Mr and Mrs D 0 Heron who live at Mt Piegah near Irvlngton The tree which bore them Iis thirty yenrsola and now has twentylive oranges on it The oranges are of the proper shape and color but are not palatable n BOOKS = AT HALF PRICE This list contains the best books that are out atpresent They are the regular 150 books I am now making the price of L 75 Cents Each They have been used in tho Oolzo library nnd show no wear ut all All in perfect shnpe and each one a bargain I havo sold a great many of these books nnd this list shows some on hand nt present Mem k bership in the library is 10 cents per week paya l ble in advance I would bo glad to have you join y l A Speckled Bird Vilsonm lIJ The Virginian I The Blue FlowerVandykoSix Trees Freeman The ForerunnotrBoyce jCaptain Macklin Davis M IJ The Gray Cloak MacGrath The Mnnnorings Brown Y i Its Up To YouMcHugh 1 h W 41IThe41I j j A Gentleman of the South ftDhnnilinrs1 1 Lt X The MaIds nf Paradise j A Round Anvil Rock Banks 41 f Lord and Master Morton o jfho Master of Millions jorimor W rho Mottle of the Pasture Allen Iii 1Ip Her Infinite Variety Yhitlock heIj Lon Night Woyman J f I fIrlrr1 The Lions of North J- m 11 Tristam of Brent Hope ff Gabriel Tollivor 1 Harris A Ransoms Folly Davis i1t 1 LewisPeggy ONealrw 1 MISS Boll McLoriaNI The rBellBrewstersMillionsMGreaves lU t J The Love Letters of n Liar t 1i The MISSISSippI Bubble Hough ff- t 7 I The yoke Miller ill FtidorphaLloyd I I Wfm The Wings of the Morning Tracy = fji u jlThetf Thurston 1 Circle1TheI 1I1 Russell Ryder Conklin V Darrell of the Blessed Isles Bachollor K m Tho LIttle White Bird Barrio W 1 1 A Double Barrelled Detective rII Story Twain 1 The Idiot nt Home Bangs i1 iliA Detached Pirate Milccoto J l y 4ikg1 portStephenslpl m 4 David Ilarum j l Wcstcott Francczka1 DUUWVll J1 J A Rose of Normandyw rWilson iW q The Maid at Arms Chambers i m I Lady Roses Datightor Mrs ii Ward J ix The W Bi Oelze Store III i KYic + SPECIAL SERVICES Easter services in local churches for Sunday April 3 are of more than usual interest At the Methodist church in the morning Rev P L King will preach and the choir will renaer Gloria from Mozarts Twelf th Mass and an an offertory Faures See Now Our Altar In the even ing there will be no preachng as the orntoriocnntntn David King of Israel which delighted a large au dience on Sunday March IS will bo rendered again At St Roses catholic church Father 0 Bray will hold services in tho morning at 88Q oclock and the choir will sing Woer ners Regina Coeh At the Baptist church Rev C G Bolton of Louis yule will begin u two weeks pro tracted meeting with a sermon in the morning as the opening service The meetings will bo held every day at 0 oclock in tho afternoon and 710 oclock in the evening Presiding Elder J T Rushing will preach at the Methodist church next Saturday morning and evening and also Sunday morning In the morn ing the cncir will sing Jordans Gloria in Excelsisas an offertory and in the evenlugl the oratorio Tho Crucifixion of will be rendered Proper Treatment of Pneumonia Pneumonia is too dangerous a disease for anyone tc attempt to doctor himself although he nay have the proper remedies at hand A physician should always be called It should he borne in mind however that pneumonia always results from a cold ot frotnnn attack of the grip and that by giving Chamberlains Cough Rem edy the threatened attack of pneu monia may be warded off This rem edy is also used by physicians in the treatment of pneumonia with the best results Dr VV J Smith of Sanders Ala who isaleo a druggist says of itl have been selling Chamberlains Cough Remedy and prescribing it in my practice for the past six years I use it in cases of pneumona and have always gotton the best results Sold by Short Haynes What Farmers are Doing in the Pellville Neighborhood Pellville Ky March 22Spe- cialG D Black of flaynesville has succeeded in organizing the far mers here after several attempts One prominent funnel spoke out in meetin and said he had resolved to go into everything that comes along and ne would go into this He said at the close of the war he joined the KuKluxKlan and he didnt believe the A S of E was as bad as tLnfc Farmers here are not as jubilant as they were last spring They will plant tobacco but not so muoh as heretofore and will make it better They will try to raise plenty to eat anywayS BaKer of Pa tea vi lie made a rousing speech to a crowded house hero Saturday in the interest of the farmers organization In this strenuous age one some times feels the need not exactly of a medicine but of n good common sense revitalizer and tonic Wnlthers Peptonized Port is just such a tonic The port wine is a strengthener in itself and the pepsin by aiding digestion enables one to get the maximum amount of strength from ones food It strengthens in a natural way not by whipping the organs into a forced activity not by creating a false feeling of strength through nerve stimulation but by actually giving real strength Small size 50 cents large size 100 Double Wedding at Pellville Pellville Ky March 22Spec- lal On March 80 there will be a double wedding at Pellville church Mr Fred Lambert of Birmingham Ala to Miss Pearley Bardett and Mr Ira Crow of Herbert to Miss Lula Ashworth The young men are vary enterprising and industrious Mr Lambert having a good trade in Alabama while Mr Crow owns a good farm The young ladies are noted for their beauty intelligence and gentleness of disposition They are very popular and have the best wishes of nil their friends who are legion Rev L H Voyles will per form the ceremony Goes to Ann Arbor Harry Hawkins n wellknown young man of Tooinsport Ind will go to Ann ArDor Mich this week to study law MAKES STATEMENT W T Tilford proprietor of the Fair of this city when seen by a re presentative of the News concerning the report published in Thursdays CourierJournal that he was found that itorning in Lovorones saloon in Louisville with his face mashed gave his side of the story but asked that it not be published The News realizing its duty as a newspaper publishes Mr Tilfords statement in brief ns follows I left the Avenue Theatre WlFourth street about 11 oclock T get out of the crowded street I turned down the street that runs the way Market street loosnot naming the street I noticed a man standing up against the buildings on the side of tile street in a place whore it was dark As I passed him I did not say a word to him but he struck me in the head If I was picked up in a saloon after I was hit I did not Know it because I did not come to myself until morning and then I was in uiy hotel Mr Tilford returned Thursday night from Louisville two of his teeth were not knocked out as the CourierJournal stated but his face was badly bruised His Injuries which are not serious hav confined him to his home but hA is now Improving I How ninny featners on a rooster T NEGRO SHOOTS NEGRO Henry Jewells alias Valentine gave a dance inAfrica the princi pal negro section of the city on Mon day night About 1 oclock Tuesday morning certain intoxicants began to flow freely and knives and razors were soon playing tunes on tae atmos phere Jowells while trying to quiet the crowd drew a pistol antI shot Jeff Wells who had out a Knife just below the mart After the shrt was firea Wells left the dance hall and ran Ho fell near Gregory Cos coal office where he was picked up and taken to his home In a precarious condition iesterday morning Mar shal DeHaven arrested Jewells and lcdged him in the city jail Jewell while he had out his pistol accidentnly shot off his mothers thumbAll the parties to the affair and those who saw it were colored and little can be learned from them as to the exact details of the shooting The examining trial of Jewells will proba bly be held today The physician attending Wells says that the chances are against him and his recovery is doubtful Postoffice at Pierce Mystic Ky March 22Specla1- J M Basham iIs in charge of the new freight and ticket office at Pierce and has the new postoffice at this place ot business Toe postoffice is known as Mystic Like Finding Money Short Haynes the popular drug gists are making an offer that is just like fluaiug money for they are sell ing a regular 50 cent bottle of Dr Howards celebrated specific for the cure of constipation and dyspepsia at halfprice In addition to this large discount they agree tq return the money to any purchaser venom the specific does not cure It is quite unusual to be able to buy fiftycent pieces for a quarter but that is what this offer really means fort is only recently through the solicitation of Druggist Short Haynes that this medicine could be bought for less than fifty cents ThAY urged the proprietors to allow them to sell it nt this reduced price for a little while agreeing to sell a certain amount The result has justified their good judgement for the sale has been something remarkable Anyone who suffers with headache dyspepsia dizzinesw sour stomaoh specks before the eyes or any liver trouble should take advantage of this opportunity for Dr Howards spec ific will cure all these troubles But if by any chance it should not Short Haynos will return your money Signs ThirtyOne Bills Gov Beokham signed thirtyono bills Monday which wad been passed by the General Assembly None was of much importance Little War News There is little news of tho Russo Japanese war this week that is worth reporting beyond a tight on the Vain river in which 600 Russians were killed ROYAL Bakiug Powder Saves Health The use of Royal Baking Powder is essential to the healthfulness of the family food Yeast ferments the food Alum baking powders are injurious Royal Baking Powder saves health ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK TIMBER MEN BUSY During the past two weeks the small streams in this section of the county have been at an excellent stage for rafting logs and much tim ber has been gotton out anti sent to sawmills and factories at other points On Friday morning the Little Willie of Troy took a raft of 55 logs out of Clover creok to Toll City for the Chnlriankers Union and on Sat urday morning she took a raft of about 800 logs to Cannelton for J W Dyer the sawmill man of that place Mr Dyer has gotten three rafts out of Clover creek this month there being 2500 logs in nil Geo Harris rafted a number of logs in Clover creek for Zellers Bros of Cannelton ana Daisy Beavin got out about G80 logs at Faucet creek for the same firm last week Besides the above a number of other rafts have been float ed down Clover creeK this month At this time of the year the timber business in this section is one of the principal industries and furnishes employment to a large force of men More Riots Disturbances of strikers are not nearly as grave as an individual dis order of the system Overwork loss of sleep nervous tension will be followed by utter coUlIPse unless a reliable rem edy is immediately employed There no thing so efficient to cure disorder of the Liver or Kidneys as Electrc Bit ters Its n wonderful tonic and effec tive nervine and the greatest all round medicine for run down system It dispels Nervousness Rheumatism and Neuralgia and expels Malaria germs Only Ode and satisfaction guaranteed by Short Haynes Druggists More County Exhibits liardinsburg Ky March 22Spe cial Several exhibits from tins place will be at the Worlds Fair A lot of clay was shipped last week An expert J E Wright pronounced it to be of a very fine quality especially good for fire brick Some stone from Goodmans quarry will be sent in this week which is about as good as any for building pur poses found in the state Breoken ridge county will have n very creditable exhibit at the Fair Will be Sold Today The Patton brickyard will be sold today at 12 oclock on the grounds to the highest bidder by Richard N Hudson special master by order of the United States circuit court A number of rumors are afloat as to who the bidders will be but there is no certainty as to who will buy the plant No bids under 0000 will be considered It is expected that the party or parties who purchase the plant will operate it- Disabled by Fall Irvlngton Ky March 22Spe- ctalEverett Jolly is here from Jelllco Tenn where ho was employ ed by the Louisville Bridge Iron Co Mr Jolly was unfortunate to fall from a bridge on which ho was at work and will be disabled for some time Dukes Canning Factory Duke the little Hancock county town expects to have a canning factory this summer that will have an output of 5000 cans per day The enterprise is already well ou its way 800 and some land and seventy acres ot vegetables having been subscribed TO RECOMMEND ROUTE W F Hock of Cleveland 0 was here Friday and wont over the pro posed rural free delivery mail route from this city to Mathngly thonc to Hardinsburg and thence back down the Hardinsbnrg pike to this city Mr Heck was accompanied by Dr Win Howard of Mattingly and his purpose was to ascertain the feasibility of the proiosed free sere vice and made a report concerning the matter to the government Mr Heck in this report will recom probableIthat it will be established sometime between this month and JulyiIf it is decided to establish the route application blanks for carrier will be sent to the local office to be distributed and tilled out the best qualified applicant to be selected Mr Heck left Saturday for Jtlun fordville Hart county to establish a rural free delivery route The Best Prescription for Malaria TasteleesQulninePrice 50o Geo Bulir is Married Goo br the popular traveling salesman for tno American Grocery Cx who is wellknown along the Henderson Route has been married since December 20 but the affair was not known to Mr Buhrs friends until last week The wedding took place in Illinois Miss Jennie Layman who has been attending school in Cincinnati since the wedding Ja the bride and is said to be H very at tractive young lady Mr Bnhrs home is at Hawfsville and Miss Lay mans at Cannelton A Peculiar Affair This Pellville Ky March 22Spe- clnlAbout thirty men and boys with clubs knives guns pistols and other wurlike instruments ran down waylaid captured md murdered a lonely Bud helpless old dog Saturday which they believed was chockfull ofnrabies but which turned out to belong to a farmer who claims the dog was lost and now threatens to bring suit for his proper ty r Rail Nearly Kills Man Enoch Friel who lives near Mt Eden Hancock county came near being killed last weetc while on his way to this oity wltn a load of to bacco While laying a fence a rail new up knocked him senseless and i cut a large gash in his chin W m Wiles his brotherinlaw who was with him revived him by repehted efforts and carried him to the house of James Parker near by where his wonnd was dressed Petit Larceny The Charge Hardinsburg Ky March 22Speacial Marshal D W Henry of Irvington brought one Beard here Saturday and lodged him in jail He was charged with petit larceny He was tried at Irvington and held over to the Grand Jury The bond was fixed at 25 which h was unable to give Smith Brock Garfield Ky March 29Special Virgil Smith and Miss Frankie Brook were married at the residence of the bridos uncle James Brown last Wednesday evening CA8TORXABean thelha Kind YM HiM Always tomtit signotweVof- n i t Tali1 II It 1111 I IfIIIII It It U 1IIIItrf II IIII tt t flU 51 H TIlE STROLLERS r By FREDERIC S ISHAM Author of Under the Rose ikkk Copyright 1902 by THE BOWEN MERRILL COMPANY a 0 +d+1I4++1 t +izziIl1i1CHAPTER XXIV SUPPER was given the cr m A pans after the performance by the manager to which repre sentatives of the pressartful- Barnesbad been Invited Of nil tin merry evenings In the bohemian world that wns one of the merriest Next to the young girl sat the Count de Pro priac his breast covered with a double row of inednls Of the toasts drunk to Constance the manager Straws etc unfortunately no record remains So fancy must picture the devotion of the count to his fall neighbor the al most superhuman pride of noisy Barnes the attention bestowed by Susan upon SaintProsper while through his mind wandered the words of a French song Adieu la cour adieu los dames Adieu les fllles et les femmes Intermixed with this snd refrain the soldiers thoughts reverted to the performance and amid the chatter of Su san he reviewed again and again the details of that evening Was this the young girl who played In schoolhouses Inns or town hnlls he had asked him self seated In the rear of the theater When she won an ovation he had him self forgotten to applaud but hind sat tlioro looking from her to the auditors to whom she was now bound by ties of admiration and friendliness Dont you like her a voice next to him had asked Like hell lIe had looked at the man blanklyYes he had replied Then the past had seemed to roll between themthe burning sands the voices of the troops the bugle call In his brain wild thoughts had surged and flowed as they were surging and flow Ing now Is he not handsome Constances new admirer whispered Susnn What can he be saying She looks so pleased He Is very rich Isnt he I dont know answered SaintPros per brusquely Again the thoughts surged and surg ed and the past intruded itself Reaching for his glass he drank quickly Dont you ever feel the effects of wine asked the young woman Ills glance chilled her it seemed so strange and steely- I believe you are soso strong you dont even notice It added Susan with conviction But you dont have half as good a time Perhaps I enjoy myself In my way he answered What Is your way she asked quickly You dont appear to be wild ly hilarious in your pleasures And l I For once 1 want to be myself Susans bright eyes rested on him curiously But we were speaking about the count and Constance Dont you think It would be a good match she t continued with enthusiasm Alas my titled admirer got no further than the beginning But men are deceivers ever When they do reach the Song of Solo mon they pass on to Exodus And leao the fair ones to Lamenta tions said Straws who had caught her last remarks At the sound of their laughter Con stance looked coldly their way until p remark from the count engrossed the young girls attention once more But finally time reminded Barnes that the hour had arrived when the curtain should descend upon these festivities So he roared out a last blithe farewell and the guests departed one by one taking with them flowers In memory of the occasion until all had left save Constance the count SaintProsper aril the manager Barnes was talking somewhat incoherently holding the soldier by the coat and plunging Into successive anecdotes about stage folk while Salntlrosper apparently listen Ing observed the diplomat and Con stance whoso conversation he could overhear As I said to the royal Infanta of Spain flattery flies before truth In your presence mademoiselle sighed tho count and then raising her hand to his lips Air ma chore mademoi selle quo Jo vous adore he whis pered She withdrew It hastily and ogling and trnstlculatlnir JIG lmbvedl btnuuOf 4 to 111 I 1 +11 2J I 1 1 Jo iMi I Ht9 out followed by the manager Leaning against the chair her figure outlined by the glow from the crystal chandelier her face In shadow the hand the diplomat had pressed to his lips resting In the exposed light on the mahogany the gayety went out of her face and the young girl wearily brushed the hair from her brow As If unaware of the soldiers presence she glanced absently at the table in Its wrecked glory and throwing her lace wrap over her arm was moving to ward the door when he spoke Miss Carew She paused standing with clasped hands before him while the scarf slipped from her arm and fell at her feetMay I not also tell you how glad I am that you succeeded tonight- I dislike congratulations sho said IndifferentlyHe at her quickly but her eyes expressed only apathy In his a sudden gleam of light appeared From me you mean Tho light became brighter She did not answer Ills self control was fast ebbing You underestimate your favors If you fancy they are easily forgotten- A crimson flush extended to her brow the unconcern died out of her eyesI do not understand sho answered slowly When a woman says I do not un derstand she means I wish to for get Her wide open glaneo flashed omi nously to his She clasped and unclasped her fingers Forget what she said coldly Nameless nothings he returned A smile a glance nothing to you perhaps butthe set expression of his face giving way to abrupt passion everything to me Perhaps I had not meant to say this but it seems nsIthough the words must come out to night It may behis voice vibrating with strange earnestnessfor once II want to be myself For weeks we have beenfriendsand then suddenly you begin to treat me how As though I no longer existed Why did you de ceive me let me drift on Because I was mute did you think I was blind Why did I Join the strollers Tho lanl1I baron accused mo of following you across the country lIe was right I was following you I would not con fess it to myself before But I confess it now It was a fools paradise he ended bitterly She shrank back before his vehement words something within her appeared violated as though his plea had peneII trated the sanctity of her reserve Would it not be well to say nothing about deception she replied and her J dark eyes swept his face Then turning I from him abruptly she stepped to j the window and drawing aside the lace curtains mechanically looked out The city below was yet teeming with life lights gleaming everywhere nl1lI shadowy figures passing Suddenly outtt of the darkness came a company of sol diers who had jut landed marching 1 through the streets toward the camp Ing ground and singing as they went J The chorus like n mlghtly breath of I patriotism filled her heart to overflowing It seemed as though she hind heard It for the first time had never before felt Its potency All the tragedy of wartt swept before her all that Inspiring strange affection for country kith and I kin suddenly exalted her I Above the tramping of feet the melody rose and fell on the distant air dy ing away as the figures vanished in the gloom With its love of native land Its expression of the unity of comradeship and tics stronger than death the song appeared to challenge an answer and when the music ceased and only the drum beats still seemed to mako themselves heard she raised her head with out moving from her position and looked at him to see if he understood But t though she glanced at him she hardly saw him In her mind was another pic turethe betrayed garrison the sol dlers slainand tho horror of It threw such a film over her gaze that he became as a figure in some distressing dreamAn Inkling of her meaning the mute questioning of her eyes the dread t evoked by that revolting vision of tho pastwas reflected in his glance Deceived you ho began and his 1 voice to her sounded as from afar IIovhatII Must it be could it be put into wordsThe deepest shadows dwelt In her eyes shadows he could not penetrate although he still doggedly yet appre hensively regarded her Watching her his brow grow darker I Why notr ho continued stubbornly Why The dimness that had obll curcd her vision lifted Now she saw him very plainly IndaxJ tall and powerful his face harsh intense as though by the vigor of physical and mental I force he would override any charge or I imputationWhy Sho drew herself up as ho quickly searched her eyes bright with the passions that stirred her breast You told me part of your story that I day in the property wagon sho began repugnance scorn and anger all 1 mingling in her tones Why did you i j not tell mo the rvfT His stance too flashed Would ha still profess not to understand her Y His lips parted bo spoke with an of fort The rest he said his brow lowerw ingYes she answered quickly the stain upon your name the garrlsoi sold the soldiers killed murdered She had turned to him swiftly fiercely but before the look of sudden sham and dread on his face her eyes abruptly fell as though a portion of his dishonoi had Inexplicably touched her Motion less ho stood a darkness overspreading his features as words struggled within him for masterya moment an eternityWhy 1 dont you go she cried Why dont you go He started as though struck thenI wheeled sharplyI around At the thresh old he paused but she did not look up could not The door opened closed Sho was alonePale as the dying lilies on the table she stepped toward the threshold whenI Barnes chipper and still indefatigable entered by another door Ho was too Inspired with festal intoxication to observe her agitation What my dear he exclaimer- cheerily Has he gone Did you make up your little differences Did you settle your quarrel before he leaves forMexicoFor she repeated mechan icallyOf course lIe has his commission I In the army and leaves early in the morning But you look tired my dear I declare you are quite pale pinching her cheek Rest will bring back the roses though- Impulsively she threw her around his neck Why why whats this he said patting her head- I only care for you she whispered Mr dear my dear To be Continued Tragedy Averted Just In the nick of time our littlej boy was saved writes Mrs W Watkins of Pleasant city Ohio Pneumonia had played sad havoo with himI and a terrible cough set in besides Doctors treated him but he grew worsej every day At length we tried Dr Kings New Discovery for Consump tion and our darling was saved Hes now sound and well Everybody ought to know its the only sure cure for Coughs Colds and all Lung die ease Guaranteed by Short Haynes Druggists Price 50o and 1 Trial bottles free Shows a Good Spirit If prominent business men in every section of the country would emulate the worthy actions of the Stephens port men mentioned below certain fit is that the American people in goner al would be benefited One of or contributors at Stephens port says Miss Zelma Lay opened a spring school last Monday with an enroll ment of twenty pupils It is believed there will be an attendance of thirty perhaps more There never has been so much interest shown by the people for a spring term Quite a number of our most prominent business men who have no children of their own to send have tendered a scholorsnip and are sending onildren whoso parents are not financially able to send them Among those who have subscribed are R A Shellman our popu Jar druggist R A Smith our genIal hotel man and S P Schopp our clever II Big Store merchant Miss Zelma Lay has also given free tuition to several She has been quite sue essfnl in her past teaching and brings into her schools methods that I Insure success Happy Healthy Children Any child can take Little Early Risers with perfect safety They are harmless never gripe or sicken and yet they are so certain in results that robust constitutions requiring drastic means are never disappointed They cannot fall to perform their mission and every one who uses DeWitts LIt- tle Early Risers prefer them to all other pills They cure biliousness Sold by All Druggist Decide Time and Place The Republican state central committee met last Wednesday night In Louisville and decided on May 8 for the time of holding the state national convention to select delegates to the Chicago national convention Louis vine was selected as toe meeting place of the convention Inflammatory Rheumatism Cured William Shaffer a brakeman ot Dennison Ohio was confined to his be for several weeks with Inflammatory rheumatism I usea many remedies- he says Finally I sent to MoUaws drug store for a bottle of Chamber lams Pain Balm at which time I was unable to nee hand or foot and in one weeks time was able to go to work as happy as a clam For sale by Short fc Haynes Real Estate Transfers Henry 0 Pate farm of fiftfoe acres to H J Roberts for 540 t Dr J L Moorman house nnd to- on school house hill and seven acres Perkinsi1200air a Ss now RADIUM IS SECURED Tedious Process of Extracting This Valuable Substance Brieflyl Described In spite of the fact that radium has boon so widely discussed probably few people lire acquainted with the method by which it is secured in the minute quantities that are as yet available says the Western Electrician That the element is obtained from pitchblende is generally known but some details of the exact progress will be of interest According to the Lancet operations for the extractions are commenced by crushing the pltcn blende and then roasting the powder with carbonate of soap After wash ing the residue is treatedwith dilute sulphuric acid tars the sulphates are onverted into carbonates by boiling with strong carbonate soda The re sidue contains radium sulphate which is an exceedingly Insoluble salt The soluble sulphates are wash ed out and the residue or insoluble hyd drochloric among other things polonium and actinium Radium sulphate remains unattacked associate with some barium sulphate The sulphates are then converted into carbonates by treatment with a boiling strongs solution of carbonate of soda The carbonates of barium and radian are next dissolvea in hydrochloric arid and precipitated again as sulphates 9iy means of sulphuric acid The sulphates are further purified and ultimately converted into chloride until about IS pounds ol barium and radium chloride are obtained by act Ing upon one ton of crushed pitch blende Only a small fraction of this mixed chloride is pure radium chloride which is finally separated from barium chloride by crystalllza flop the crystals from the most ra dioactive of the solutions being se lected In this way the crystals ultimately obtaiped are relatively pure radium chloride of a very high degree of radioactivity An Every Day Affair Why should a grocery man adver tine spasmodically His clerks work every day his capital is invested every day people buy groceries everyday and his wagons deliver everyday Why not keep his advertisement running every day Western Pub fisher Cures Kidney and Bladder troubles Deep- S ated Cases Aching Back Mucous Discharger Etc For old obstinate deepseated Kid ney Bladder and Urinary diseases take a bottle of Botanic Kidney Sped fic If you have agonizing pains in back swollen legs or abdomen dis charges from the nretha neuralgia of the bladder burning sensation or diffi culty in passing water also a frequent desire or even involuntary discharges of the urine Catarrh of the bladder stone Brights disease disagreeable odo of the urine scanty and high colored your kidneys and bladder are diseased Take Botanic Kidney Specific Soon all the oyptoms disappear discharges cease aches in the back dis appear The burning sensation stops and a perfect cure is guaranteed Botanic Kidney Specific gives strength power and health to the kId- neys Acts directly on the uric acid and dissolves and destroys it Plea nt to the taste Especially advised for chronic cases that reads all other treatment 1 per large bottle at my store or by express Call or write A R Fisher Cloverort Ky Seining for Rabbits in Kentucky From the Winchester Sentinel A report came to town that Whit Walter and Ad Hampton and Tom and George Reed had seines a briar patch on Mrs Reeds tarm and caught a large number of rabbits An in vestigation shows that the report was slightly incorrect The briar patch was not actually seined bu4 noticing that the rabbits when started in variably ran through a note in a stone fence near by the boys procured a seine and while two of them held it on the opposite side of the fence at the opening the others with the dogs went through the briar patch soaring up rabbits right and left Every blessed rabbit made straight for the hole in the fence and went tumbling through into the meshes of the seine The number caught in this way in about two hours time was thirty seven Weldon Robbers Found Guilty CharlesdRoss and Tom Wilkerson believed to be two of the most ssillf nl burglars in the country were found gdilty last Wednesday by a jury in the United States circuit court at Louis ville cf the charge of breaking Into the postoflice at Weldon in Meado county last year CASTOR IIA ChildrentBears the 7 jfjJ I Signature of iafK7E A FOR CHILDREN Makes teething easy regulates the bowels andstomach stops crying cures summer complaint Mayor Yewell of Owensboro Ky i j sirst Our baby was wasting away I i seemediI i gave him up Owens Pink Mixture sayenourhi jj terrier without this f 0 The sad We on erery pickip X E T2 Z 2X C Z tbr C Mooey back Ill not INODe sample and book free address THE FLOYD 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Lawt1ARDINSBURO KY Will practlco his profession tn all ot the Courts of rec and adjoining coun ties Special attention given to collecting road cases and criminal practice License to practice in United ofUardlnstburrDarlaOffice over Dank r J IFHIJ f J S CULLEYI m jijLouisvillejij CrC 3r1 3r9 3r I THIS IS A- Presidential Year AND YOU MUST KEEP POSTED The way to do this is to retd the WEEKL- YCourierJournal HENRY WATTERSONEditor TWELVE PAGES ISSUED EVERY 1VEDNESDAYYear rII I REVENUE REFORM SOCIAL REFORM MORAL REFORM lbs COURIERJOUMAL linn III kill1 Alniuc pibllihid fend 35 cuts for a espy bj null CoURIERJOURNAL COMPANY LOUISVILLE KY By a Special Arrangement you can get th- eBrckenrdge Nws and the WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL both one year for only 150 This Is for cash subscriptions only All sub scriptions under this combination offer must sotaceGasoline for sale at News Office V G BABBAGE AttorneyatLawPUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR Many years experience in settling estates All collections reas onableCloverport Kentucky Cloverport Planing Mill GREGORY CO Prop LUMBER DOORS SASHBLINDS DOOR AND WINDOW SCREENS SHINGLESLATHS LATHSLIMB BRICK CEMENT ROOFING ETC- HopsitsslityJ At Small Expense y Entertainmentthat Is pleasure to your Rucsts docs not depend on the money you ofhow but on your own exylostitI E J CLODS Publisher 1565tb Are NY JI 11 J rt to iii The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY MARCH 28 1904 MYSTIC Miss Nora Harrisons writing school closed Fiiday The dance at Leo Beanchamps Sat urday night was enjoyed by nil Little Kittle Miller has been visit ing her sister Mrs Jonah Basham Mark Logsdon has moved Into the new horse on B T Harrisons place Miss Myrtle Bnauchamp has been recovering slowly from a recent ill nessMrs H O Keys of Webster has been visiting her mother Mrs ear riot Payne J M Basham ot tnis place has a nice line of dry goods shoes and groceries Call at the new storo and themWe soon to have a postofflce at the little flag station of Pierce on the L H St L railway with J M Basham as postmaster and Mystic is Its name We are glad to learn that the peo ple of the Walnut Grove church are going to try to get up a Sunday school for this summer Let some leading member visit the homes where there are a number of children who would love to attend W J Keys of Lodibnrg hs some spring wheat which he is going to try on some our list land whore wheat always freezes out during the winter Much success Mr Keys but why not try tomatoes on this land as Rev Christian suggested someII of your neighbors are very terested in the tomato question Write us again Rev Christian Wooklng Overtime Eight hour laws are ignored by those tireless little workersDr Kings New Life PlUS Millions are always at work night and dayouring Indigestion Biliousness Constipation Sick Headache and all Stomach Liver and Bowel troubles Easy pleas ant safe sure Only 25c at Short Haynes drug store TaklnK It In Good Pnrt An absurd caricature of James Rus sell Lowell appeared in a Harvard pa per soon after he had accepted his pro fessorship Some one ventured to ask him how he lured It to which he replied that he was glad to see that the artist had kindly permitted him to wear plaid trousers an Innocent fancy of his to which Mrs Lowell most strongly objected For the Lands Suite Uncle GeorgeHave you heard the news Tom Tyler Is going to marry Tllllft West Aunt Hannah For the landi sake Uncle GeorgeYes I guess youre right TUlle owns some very valuable real estate Boston Transcript For a FlnUUInK Touch Spendthrift Son Father do you want me to go through college Dis couraged FatherYou might as well Youve gone through everything else Chicago Tribune Her MnrrioKe Did she make a good marriage That depends on whether you figure oy yean or dollars Hes sixty and tch Exchange IN to in if to in of on 1 in a to in to to a of in As 30 all a to a a of to In tie bo For tho or guess 3000- For i the or guess 2500 For the third or guess For tho fourth or guess 500 For tho fifth correct or guess 300 For tho sixth or guess oFor or guess r6Jj tho nearest correct or guess 100 For the correct or guess i5 For tho or guess 50 For tho next live correct estimates or 820 eachI I For the flvo or s S10 each 50 For the 28 correct or 5 each 140 For tho noxt 445 or 33 each 133 493 to J To aid In forming your estimates wo tho The total paid May the first month of tho wero Tho total paid May tho first of tho were What will bo tho total paid May the first of the St Fair It out or guess at It and send In trio of your It a to you Tho will closo tho day before tho Fair opens so no Is by In tho Send of your or with your a Be to write your name and fall to take of tho MONKEY MOTHERS Thoy IlUplay More Pure Affection Than Any Other A wild of long experi ence tolls some Interesting of the affection of for their He had an elephant once he says who did all In her power to her young one Sho it and It up so that camo for It to leavo the cago It was 1 unmanageable one of tho a bold move toward the baby ho was promptly butted In tho stomach and over in a peculiar way which tho youngster had of ex pressing his he disliked At last by a ruse the and son were separated lint was no such thing as ing them The baby tho skin off Its forehead and trying to get through the bars and both BO long and piteously that the was obliged to put them to gether again- A shy baby camel that through the hands of this same trainer to look upon the world except from Its favorite Its mothers legs The too show her displeasure at any to ward Intimacy by spitting violently at one In Bight The kangaroo also Is very fond of offspring and will patiently carry it about long utter It Is ready to hop on Its own account But for a display of pure affection the monkey any and is an addition to the family is rejoicing A baby sticks fast by Its mother and or awake It seems always In her thoughts the Cough and off the Cold Laxative euro a cold In one day No euro No pay Price 25c Our Great Profit Sharing Contest 15000 500 Cash Prizes Its Prize 5000 2nd Prize 2500 3d Prize 1000 ISeven Special Prizes 50000 Each for Early Estimates k Every subscriber TIlE BRECKENBIDOE NEWS wIll have an opportunity to these magnificent prizes he wishes participate in the GreatTorIds Contest which these givenThe matter this great contests the Paid Admissions durinn May tho first month of the Great St Louis Worlds Fair Without doubt the WorldsPair which will at St Louis May will bo the largest fair ever in the world and every man woman child should be interested this great enterprise Conditions of this Great Contest Every subscriber remits 100 the regular subscription price for years subscrip tion TilE BKECKENIUDQE NEWS will receive one certificate which will secure for him prize which his estimates entitle him to claim When you in your subscription also send your estimates of the paid admissions at the Worlds Fair during May the first month of the Fair Write your address and estimate tho Subscription Blank below it BUECKENKIDGE NEWS The contest will close at midnight April 30th 1904 and no estimate received after will bo allowed The official record of tho Secretary of the Worlds Fair showing tho total attendance during May the first month of the Fair will determine who are entitled the prizes awards will be made by disinterested committee prominent judges during tho first week June contest will on April the day before the Fair opens will have an equal chance to these prizes Those who estimate or guess NOW will have chance win Special Prize and as good chance to win the Capital Prize of 500000 as tho ono guesses on the last day the contest money pay the prizes is deposited in the Central Savings Bank Detroit Michigan can be used for no other purpose case or that two or estimators arc equally correct prizes will divided equally between them II I HERE IS THE LIST OF PRIZES Inearest correct estimate second correct estimate correct estimate 1000 nearest correct estimate nearest estimate nearest estimate the seventh nearest correct estimate 1M 4For eighth estimate ninth nearest cstlmato tenth nearest correct estimate nearest guessos 100 next nearest correct estimates gucsso next nearest estimates guesses nearest correct estimates guesses prizes amounting 11500 Valuable Information furnish following admissIOns during Chicago Worlds Fair 1030037 admissions during month Buffalo VanAmerican Exposition 390430 admissions during month Louis Worlds Figure figures guesses may mean contest that advantage gained estimating result tho figures estimates guesses subscriptions careful figures P0 plainly Dont advantage Special Prizes Animal beast tamer things animals young spoil fussed over cuddled when the time simply When men made bowled feelings toward those whom mother there keep apart rubbed trunk walled keeper passed refused station between mother would effort every her mother beats other animal when there circle there general monkey asleep Stops Works Bromo Quinine Tablets of share hair Total open held and who any send total name and mail TIlE that hour paid and the this close win just who The and ofa more nearest nearest correct figures fortune delay In addition to the foregoing prizes the following Special Prizes for Early Estimates WILL BE PAID For the nearest correct estimate received before For 15 the nearest correct estimate received on or Jan 15 and before Fob 1 JllnIIFor tho nearest correct estimate received on or Feb 1 and before Feb IL For tho nearest correct estimate received on or Fob IS and before March 1 For the nearest correct estimate received on or utter March and before March 15 For the nearest correct estimate received on or after March 15 and before April 1 For the nearest correct estimate received on or after Aprlllandbefore April 15 500IITotal 500 prizes amounting to Subscription Blank Inclosed find 3toapply oh Subscription Account 22Name f a 4 Ipostom cOM M t StlltO My Estimates of tho total nutuberof paid admissions to the Worlds Fair during the month of May aro Remember that the Capital Prize is 5000 and that there are Seven Special Prizes of 500 each for Early Estimates Send all orders to Kyr1 1 i Correct Silverware Correct In character design and WorkmanshipIs as necessary as dainty china or fine linen if you goodtasteforks spoons and fancy pieces for table use will be correct if se lected from goods stamped II 1847 RogersBros II CstalogueNo6International Sliver Co Madden Conn BLUE GRASS aUeyjj It Is a Native of tint Wabash In Indiana uA great many people contend that blue grass was first found in Ken tucky said an eminent Indiana geologist but this lIs not so Blue grass Is a native of the Wabash valUy in Indiana It was found by William Henry Hurrlsonn troops during that solemn march to Tippecanoe In 1811 Harrison gathered a small army at Ohio Falls and started north At Vlu cenncs the gallant heroes realized that they could not go 200 miles up the Wabash without feed for their horses General Harrison had two cribs of corn at Terre Haute and persuaded the men to go on As they came on with hungry horses and scant feed theyI found the ground covered with blue grass Six miles west of Newport on the Collett farm was found a bountiful supply of blue grass some places 1 In tho bottom It was growing three feet high and such feed had never been heard of by the Kentucky soldier At State Line City more blue grass was found and from there to TIppccanoe tho whole lute of march was covered with blue grass The seed was carried back to Kentucky and sown there but they could not make It thrive alone In the warm soil and It had to be sown with oats and rye Mr Sandusky told me In nearly day that no blue grass grew In Kentucky until after It was Imported from Indiana Tom Downing of Terre Haute was an ardent admirer of Henry Clay and once went to visit him at his home near Ashland Ky After seeing the fine farm well set In blue grass Downing suggested that Mr Clay lot him have some of the seed to take buck to Indiana Tom dont make n fool of yourself said Clay The grandsire of Kentucky blue grass is growing around your house and In the fence corners of your fields We got time seed from Terre Haute and the mid die Wabash and after a hard struggle got It to grow here In Its present lux urlousneas Indianapolis Journal Do you Want Strength If you want to increase your strengt you must add to and not take fro the physical In other words the foo- tthat you eat must he digested assimilated and appropriated by tho nerves blood and tissues before being expelled I from the intestine Kodol Dyspnpsia Cure adds to the physical It glue strength to and builds up strength in the human system It is pleasant to the taste and palatable and the only combination of digestants that will digest tho food and enable the system to appropriate all of its health and stremgth giving qualities Sold by All Druggists The Lazy IvorciuiN It IIs hardly an exaggeration to say that the Koreans are the laziest people on mirth All day long they Ho about- the streets smoking their gigantic- pipes A native pipe Is a six foot tenth of bamboo with a metal bowl and Is carried tucked Into the neckband and down tho trousers leg All work of very nearly every lkind Is done by the wom I en who occupy perhaps the most degraded I position held by the sex of any nation The unfortunate fenmle pope lation Is collectively a boast of hurtleI and denied even the most elementary recognition as human beings A Ko I realm girl has no name She Is merely known tiS daughter of Soandso her fatherWISDOM OF NOVELISTS The great thing to learn of life Is not to bo afraid of It Jerome K Jerome Audacity stands In the place of ancestors to those who are not well born Lucas CIcvc All knowledge Is gain even the knowledge of evil Like eating olives It prepares you tor the next course G H Burglii If a woman wasnt handicapped by her affection or need of It the cleverest chap In Christendom would be juso a bit of putty In her hands Georg- Egerton t There are only three men of whom It may safely bo predicted that they will1 make their mark in tho world tho man who cannot write the miller and1 the chimney sweep Frankfort Moore The life of every man Is a diary itj which ho means to write one story as writes another and his humblest hour- 11s when he compares1 tho volume as itj with that ho vowed to make ItJBarrie Y NOfO N OOONOOOONI000 Bank of Hafrdinsburg OFFICERS B F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier DIRECTORS Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beard Dr A M Kincheloe D S Richardson iMorris against loss by fire or burglary paid on time deposits N 0000 00 N00000001000N000000 The Breckinridge Bank Cloverport Ky Capital Stock 45100 Surplus 7000 Incorporated Organized In 1872 W H BOWMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier DR F L LIGHTFOOT VPres CHAS B SKILLMAN Asst Cashier Accounts of Firms Individuals and Corporations solicited Any business entrusted to us will receive prompt and careful attention Storage place for packages in our fireproof vault furnished our customers free NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IIMPROVEMENTS Interest paid on time deposits 1 e NNNi First State Bank IRVINGTON KY W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VicePresident- H H KEMPER Cashier Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited Interest Paid on Time Deposits seese fie esses aesen THEHFifth Avenue 1 I i HOTEL Louisville Ky PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr Vr3r r r r r r 3rj Ex in to M to to to an co of of of is no to of an of to of in is in an of of In the ratemono the two ri cars pass tho all of neat e ae sesse ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD Winter Tickets now on sale tally to NBW ORLEANS ILA and to other points also to SPRINGS ARK and points In iVery cheap One Way Tickets to CALIFORNIA and the NORTHWEST I to April 30 Only Lino running through Personally Conducted cursion Sleepers Louisville to CALIFORNIA NEW MEXICO ARIZONA and TEXAS located district Tourists Southern flROPO BEST LINE TO HOT SPRINGS ARK OrleansClrcularsdescriptiveh1address i IF W HARLOW P Louisville Ky esses oeeseesesea tscteeeeemewee 0 Oe00 0 o0 N00 IiDAN BROOKS CO I O i iLIVE STOCK ii- ie i f ifooeoeooooo0oooooeoooeoooeeeoo tIRVINOTON Prof Tattle his wife nail children nro keeping house tno snng little cottage R Jolly Several new pupils have entered school with some others follow The sonool continues grow anllI give satisfaction the pitrons Mrs Mary Cunningham is with Mrs Gardner again indefinite stay She says she cant stay away from the Twlnslong at a time FInd Roberts Ouston bought Jolly Gardner Co one their IIAmes extension top carriages There way get around the 11 Ames buggies They speak themselvesThos bought Jolly G Araesbuggy his livery business He has made a study his business and knows what buy saysoMorris Jolly makes tho blackboard illustrations for the Methodist Sunday school and the work deserves thei many praiseworthy remarks made it Morris is and abourate his delineation and it a factor SundayschooldI work which by the way one o superior merit having excellent corps teachers and officers with much interest pupils and visitors The most centrally only firstclass hotel city making a- f200 Only block from principal shopping and blocks from the principal theatres Street door to j the city- Everything cleani frjTTJTiTiTJT yl 1 HOT Texas march 1904 Special Low Way and Round trip Rates In effect to the Southwest on First Third Tuesdays In each month D A sec e eec N 00 000 Oee + 40 + ee+O i eeooooeeeoeoee0oooo next for for Co for neat and parts and Ono and The few recent bright days niHde us thiUK of gardening and Bob Jolly is putting his in fine ohape We Al most envy bim of his strawberry f patch Hn has lIJOO rlnntt enoh in aylull thirty inchef impart each way which he plows and cultivntoe each way and they look tine He says hp expects a quart on each plant this year He is preparing another 080 hill patch which ho will set 1In- HKolls pettingsted plants The Name Witch Hazel Tho name Witch Hazel1 Is iiinrh abused E C DeWitt Co Chicago are the inventors of the original and only genuine Witch Hazel Salvo A cretain cure for Cuts Burns Bruises Eczema Totter Plies etc There are many counterfeits of this save some of which are dangerous while they are all worthless In buying Witch Hazel Salve see that the name E C DWeitt 1 Co Chicago is on the box and a cure is certain Sold by All Druggists 1 No Verdict Reached The jury in the J W Boatner case at Hartford the details of which are so familiar to the public failed to agree fast weeic eight of the members standing for acquittal and four for conviction oLL Sx CJa Y ILHate AlwaysI Bought Dear Ign tbllcei tt- of C L BRECKENRIDGE NEWSJ- NO D and V QBA BAQE Editors end Proprietors Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year or 125 if paid at the end of year CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charge or at the rate of 10 rents per line OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cants pw line Money In advance Eaamlno the label on your paper If It Is not correct please notify us When ordering a chance In the add subscribers should Rive tholrold as well as the new address EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY MARCH 23 100 1 Nearly every innn you meet is iin sympathy with Japan in her struggle with Russia The Russian ambassador and tbe Japanese minister in Washington do not speak as they pass by March akaas shiver but they are just as necessary as dire the April showers and the sunshine The Youths Companion says the boy who never goes fishing is as badly educated as the bey who goes fishing when he ought to be in school The man that planted his garden two weeks ago will be just two weeks ahead of the man who plants this week Its the early planting that brings the dollars in garden truck The greatest trust with which the farmer has to contend in this country is the bad roads trust And the sooner he organizes to bust this greatest of all trusts the sooner will he De free Better the condition of the agricul tural classes of the country and you will increase the number of its moral young men Give the farmers profession its proper place among other professions make the farm life more attractive and our young men will not Hock to the towns and cities many to be led astray among new and at tractive temptations by that reck less hardened lot that till our prisons and our asylums Although there is more sickness in this city than fox years the mortal ity rate is very low as compared to that of neighboring towns Probably at least one fourth of the citizens have had the grip or measles this year and yet there has not been a single death from either one of these diseases When we think how different has been the case In other sections of this and adjoining counties where measles followed by pneumonia is causing many deathsfour- in fortyfour hours at Fellville as an exceptional example we should con gratulate ourselves on the fact that we live in Cloverport Cloverport may not be the best of towns for some rinds of business but it is certainly an excellent place to get a good lease on life In the landflowers fruit and evergreens where chickens cackle and crow and hens lay where Jersey cows give forth great streams of milk that produce great firkins of rich yellow butter where the Poland China pig is turned into the delicious country hum and rich red gravy where the roses bloom and toe birds Flag the blessed year long where genuine old Kentucky hospitality reigns supreme Is there such a spot in this good old county of Brecken ridge There is and Mt Pisgab is the place and Mr and Mrs D C Heron are the host and hostess Mt Pisgah is a monument to the memory of the late Dr J W FranK He builded wiser than bo knew No prettier place in Breckenridgo county and none where the stranger feels more at home There are few institutions about the management of which there are more complaints from certain kinds of the people than the newspaper Some people do something not of public interest and do not like it ifI they are not mentioned In their home paper others get into some kind of meanness and object to Doing written up and so on The trouble with these people is that they dont know how good the newspaper is to them and therefore dont appreciate its Kindness If they did and would only think of wnat the newspaper could do for thom if it would they would quit their kicKing Do you suppose these chronic kickers ever stop to thins that the newspaper whenever possible always says only the good things about them and dont publish the little mean things that their neighbors say about themthings which the newspaper hears every day and every where and has n right to publish but dont If a few of these unthought fal chronic kickers would have some thing like the following paragraph dosed out to them about them or theirs they would in our opinion change their ways and pretty quick at that I Nasal CATARRHIn Elys Cream Balm cleanses soothes and heals the dlteucd membrane- It cures catarrh and drives away a cold In the head quickly Cream IJalm IIi placed Into the nodrUssprcad II over the membrane and Is absorbed Relief IIi IIm mediate and a cure follows It Isl not drjtoeaoca not produce sneezing Large Size 80 cents at Drug glste or by mall Trial SIze 10 cents ELY BROTHERS M Warren Street New YorkI The Opoloma Miss News contained the following marriage announce mentMarriedMiss Sylvia Rhodes and James Canhan last Saturday evening in the Baptist parsonage The bride Is a very ordinary town girl who doesnt know any more than it rab bit about cooKini and never helped her mother three days in her life She is not n beauty by any weans and tins a gait like a fat duck The groom is well known here as an up todate loafer He has been living off the old folkH all his life and ht dont amount to shucks They will have a hard life together and tue News has no congratulations to offer for we dont believe any good can come from such a union I HARDINSBURQ County Court next week Gen DR Murray was in Lou isville SaturdayEE went to Louisville on a business trip Monday Claude Mercer returned home Satur day from a trip to Frankfort Attorney RA Miller of Owensboro was in the city Monday Procter Keith of Cloverport was a visitor in town Sunday Gus Brown was in Irvington Saturday on legal business Mr and Mrs George W McCubbins of Stehensport were in town Sunday The Rev W V Harrell preached at the ME church South Sunday evening Will Robertson of Glendeane was in the city Sunday and Monday Mr and Mrs Charles M Heston spent Sunday with relatives at Clovea port Miss Allienc Murray returned home Friday from a visit to relatives at Clov erport 7 Cot fiL Robertson of Gleadeaner was in the city Sunday the guest of friendsMrs Paul Compton is visiting her patents Mr and Mrs Jesse Macy near Garfield Get your dental work done by D- rJC Bush at Hardinsbnrg March 25 to 31 JMWhiteheada prominent architect of Owensboro was in town the first of the week Roland A Smith of Staphensport vat the guest of Mr nnd Mrs W B Leuuin Saturday Mrs CE Haswell and daughter Miss Emma Helen spent a few days of this week in Louisville Dr J C Bush of Cannelton will be in Hardinsburg March 25 to 31 to practice dentistry Attorneys H C Murray ind Juo P HaswellJr were at Bewleyville Friday attending magistrate court Taylor Beard and sou Author went to Frymire to attend the funeral of Alex Heudry who died last Saturday The infant child of Mr and MrsWG Haswell was buried here last Sunday The Rev W F Hogard conducted the funeral services Tho sympathy of the community is with the parents in their sad bereavement How many feathers on a rooster UNION STAR Miss Blanche Severs Is some better Rev Hoakinson delivered a very ap propriate sermon Sunday night Miss Martha J Haynes was the guest of Mary Richardson Tuesday night Miss Hallie Severs was the guest of Miss Flora Drown Sunday C D Brnshear attended the funeral of Miss Nellie Brashear Sunday Robert Ball of Hardinsburg was the guest of Miss Mary Richardson Sunday Miss MattIe Miinerbas returned home after a long visit in Louisville to tier cousin Magisterial Court conveinedhere Wed nesday No cases of rnqcb importance ire reported C M McG16thlanwent to Raymoni Monday to be present at the funeral of Mr AlexHcndry A protrated meeting will begin hen the third Sunday in April Rev J J Smith will assist Rev Hoskinson Mrs Asa W Kroush and husband win left recently for St Louis writes that theyare much pleated with the pros peels before them Evert Frymire who is attending the Kentuckey Medics School in Louisville came home Sunday to pay a short visit to his uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs John Rollins How runny feathers on a rooster To Carry Mail For 11500 Tho contract for carrying the United States mall to Ohio river points between Louisville and Evans villa was let by Postmaster Baker at Louisville last week the contract price for the service being 11500 The Louisville and Evansville Packet company secured the contract again which stipulates tllemail must be transported between the two citie six times a week The former contract price for the past four years has been if10 500 Delivers Fine Lecture Hardinsburg Ky March 22Spo ciaLDr E L Powell of Louis ville delivered a very fine leoture at the city hall on Friday evening His subject was Citizenship in the R public which he handled in a logical forceful and eloquent manner It is much to be regreted that he was not heard by a larger audience To Live on Gasoline Boat Johnson Stiles of Stephensport took the hull of his new gasoline boat to Owensboro last week to have it completed Mr Stiles will live on the boat with his family and will do general towing He expects to go to the Woilds Fair on it this sum mer or fall To Sell Church Building Hardinsbunr Ky March 22Speo- ia1 The trustees of the M E church South and the Masonic Lodge have decided to sell the church building on Main street at public auction on the second Monday in April The sale will be on a credit if six and twelve mouths West Point Loses Out The House Committee on Military Affairs at Washington failed to men tion West Point for a site in Us army encampment bill last week The Louisville Board of Trade however will still continne the fight for West Point lows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure FJCheney CoPropsTo edo O We the undersigned have known F JCheney for the last 15 years and be- HAve him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligation made by their firm West Truax wholesale Druggists Toledo O WaldingKinnan Marvin wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halt Catarrh Cure is taken Internally acting directly upon the blood ind mucous surfaces of the system Price 75c per bottle Sold by all druggists Testimonials free Halls Family Pills are the best The local K P lodge is growing apidly over a dozen members having been taken in during the past mopth PeculiarTo ItselfIn what it is and what it doescon taining the best bloodpurifying alterative and tonic substances and effecting the most radical and permanent cures of all humors and all eruptions relieving weak tired languid feelings and building up the whole systemis true only of Hoods Sarsaparilla- No other medicine acts like it no other medicine has done soI much real substantial good noI other medicine has restored healthl and strength at so little cost- I WAS troubled with scrofula and came sear losing my eyesight For four months I could not see to do anything After taking two bottles of Hoods Sarsaparilla I could see to walk and when I had taken eight bottles I could see as well as ever SUSIE A Mina rON Withers N 0 Hoods Sarsaparilla promises toI cure and keeps the promise 4 4 A Handsome Line Of LADIES SKIRTSFOR SPRING WEAR 1 Just received We invite you to call and see them no- wBABBAGE S SONyy- yyyyyyytyyyyyyyyyyyynyyyyyyyyyyyyyt yyy oI tW LJL 1 r Cash Given Away to Users of LION COFFEEWe are going to be more liberal than ever in 1904 to users of Ifion Coffee Not only will the LionHeads cut from the packages be good as heretofore for the valuable premiums we have always given our customers but In Addition to the Regular Free Premiums the same Lion Heads will entitle you to estimates in our 5000000 Grand Prize Contests which will make somo of our patrons rich men and women You can send in as many estimates as desired There will be TWO CHEAT CONTESTS 7 The first contest will be on the July 4th attendance tho St Louis Worlds Fair the second relates to Total Vote For President to be cast Nov 8 1904 2000000 will be distributed in each of these contests making 4000000 on the two and to snake it still more interesting in addition to this amount we will give a F I Grand FirstY Prize of 500000 Five LionHeads I cut from Lion Coffee Packages and a 2 cent stamp entitle you in addition to the reg ular free premiums to one vote in I either contest WORLDS FAIR CONTEST What will be tho total July 4th attendance at the St Louis Worlds Fair At Chicane July 4 1833 tho attendance was 283773 For nearest correct estimates received In Woolson Spice Company office Toledo Ohio on or before June 30th 1901 we will give first prize for the nearest correct estimate second prize to the next nearest etc etc as follows 1 First PrIze S26OOOO 1 Second Prlzo 100000 2 Prizes ssooOO each 100000 5 Prizes 20000 100000 10 Prizes 10000 100000 20 Prizes 5OOO 100000 50 Prizes 2000 100000 20O Prizes 1000 25OOOO 1800 Prizes OOO 900000 2139 PRIZES TOTAL 2OOOOOO to addition to which wa give 5000 to Grocers Clerks COFFEE cases making grand ef IN DEPT TOLEDO OHIO Louisville Live Stock Market Reported by Dan Brooks k Co Central Stock Yards Reported by the Live Stock Exchange Central Stock Yards Louisville March als were moderate Market shows no change all the offerings of tidy steers and heifers rule active at steady values common kinds were dull and barely steady Bulls canners fresh cows and springers unchanged Desir able selections of stockers and feeders ready sale at prices trashy kinds hard to sell at current values Chicago was again heavily supplied and quoted lower piiceshence the market for choice shipping steers ruled quiet and the showed a bearish feeling Prospects for the remainder of the week look steady CalvesChoice veals f5 to 550com and heavy calves 350 to 450 was fairly liberal Reports from foreign markets were all unfavorable quoting lower hence our market opened 10 to 15c off from Saturdays opening figures We quote choice cornled hogs 165 Ihsaud up 5 40 laO to 165 lbs 505 heavy pigs 4 00 light pigs 4 25 roughs 4 to 400 All sold early Sheep and Lambs Receipts continue light All choice fat sheep and lambs ready sellers at quotations Prospects Often a person puts oil taking tonic because of the disagreeable taste of most tonio preparations the ideal Jtonio should be pleasant to tho Walthers Peptonized Port may claim the titlfl of the ideal tonic for in addition to being highly agreeable to the taste it is of greatest value combining port itself a tonic of noted efficacy with pepsin which is natures own digestive agent This preparation restores lost vitality and cures nervous prostration Indigestion and all kindred ailments Small size 50 cents large size 100 File Articles This Week Ky March 22Spdv- ialBreckenridge J No 07 F A M will file of this week This action will betaken by them in order that bonds may be leaned the money arising therefrom to be used in erecting the proposed Masonic Temple RobertE Woods wasp down from Louisville Thursday to the one who is nearest correct on contests and thus your estimates have bothII 1 kIIopportunities of winning a big cash prize 1 IvoteagesThe 2 stamp expense ofsacknowledgment to IItimateisPRESIDENTIAL CONTEST p What will be the total Popular Vote cast for President votes for all candidates combined the election November 1904 In 1900 election 139596S3 voted for President For cor rect estimates received In Woolson Spice Cos office Toledo 0 on or before Nov we will givo lint prizefor the cor rect estimate prize thenext nearest etc etcas follows Prize S2COOOO Second Prize 100000 2 Prises SCOOOO each 6 Prizes 20000 100000 10 Prizes 10000 100000 20 Prizes 100000 60 2000 250 Prizes 1000 250000 1800 500 000000 PRIZES TOTAL S2OOOOOO 4279PRIZES4279Distribu- ted the Publicaggregating S45000QOln shall t see particulars In LION a total 6000000 COMPLETE DETAILED PARTICULARS EVERY PACKAGE OF LION COFFEEWOOLSON SPICE CONTEST Central 21CattleArriv butcher firm demand mon HogsSupply prices butcher steady needed Therefore palate justly strengthener wine Hardinsbnrg articles incorporation S19Qt First 100000 100000 Every box o- fSTATIONERYIn our store goes At HalfPrice JNO D BABBAGE PATESVILLE Master Mervin Compton is ill with measlesL Morris of Pellville was in town Saturday Mrs N Sturks who has been ill with measles is improving Mrs M V Marlow who has been ill for several weeke is improving John Taylor who has been very ill for the past several weeks is rapidly improvingEldred who has been in for sometime on account of measles will soon be ont again Misses Anna and Sallie Baker and Mrs Wm Powers were in town Saturday shopping Dr T Milner traded his gray horse and 110 in cash to Wm Gray for a fine span of mules Miss Rena Pulliam of near Weber attended services at tbeM E church Sunday conducted by Rev Galloway Measles has struck our town at last and there has already about ten oases in two weeks to begin with A child of Rev Cicero Corley died of measles Thursday and was interred in the Bethlehem cemetery Friday Mrs F K Gordon and daughter who been visiting friends and relatives at this plice for several weeks retained to their home in Owensboro Saturday Sell Deane Farm The Tom Deane farm lying near this place will be sold by the commissioner at the court house door next AfondayIPARK BALSAMleiue1 wnouj ailoziuUnt growth OrmylHairColorQuaogaod 1Oeer I Il every Lion Coffee Pack J J cent covers the our VOTE at 8 people nearest nearest second to 1 1 6000 Prizes Prizes 2139 J I I CO I Hale J been have Jo I Harry Hills and little daughter Julia went to Louisville Wednesday to visit his sister Mrs Henry Priest Get the HENDERSON ROUTE Habit ON YOUR TRIP TO j ST LOUISJtt ROUNDTRIP RATES FROM LOUISVILLE OS 1 ACCOUNT OF THE WORLDS FAIRt r SEASONTiclcETs130OSold Limit December 15 1904 SIXTY DAY TICKETS 1100 Sold Daily Commencing April 25p Limit GO days+ 3a- r TEN DAY TICKETS10OO 4 Sold Daily Commencing April 25 Limit10 days including aato oisalo sjj j SPECIAL COACJI EXpNS700 xt Dates Sale to be announced later LimitG days moludiD dat of sale k 4 Conch Excursion Tickets are iot- gpod rm Sleepersneither wIll they be good for the checking of Bag A gage FOR COMFORTFOR SERVICE IK YOUR TICKBT READS OVER THS POPULAR HENDERSON ROUTE YOU ARK CERTAINLY WELL FORTIFIED ASK US r- dao Y L o tErr Traveling JfMrAi Aptii LOUISVILLE KY fl = r r j IftEALTH INSURANCEa f The man who insures his life Is it wise for his family The man who Insures his health Is wise both for his family and himselfYou C insure health by guard iJ f r rIngIt It Is worth guarding t I At the first attack of disease r I which generally approaches IIthrough the LIVER and manifests itself In innumerable ways pFAKEp TuttsPiIIs And save your health lEThe Breckenridge News t WEDNESDAY MARCH 23 100 1 ft Trix cards lJcW B Uelze r iiPeasGc a canBabbage Son k How many feathers on a rooster Trix the great l1meW B Oelze Set of table tumblers lOc Babbage SonGet J the game of Trix W B OelzeJ paintps G your house Mrs Eugene Haynes spent Saturday e in Owensboro Ernest Popham spent Thursday and Friday in Louisville M M P Banks of Fordsville was in the city Thursday on business R N Hudson was in Chicago several days last week on business Some bright new figures in white goods just recelvedBabbage Sun L G Berry of Franklin Ky is the guest of his son Ed Berry this week Miss Margaret Skillman went to Chicago last Wednesday to spend sev eral weeks j I guestI1several days last week Mrs H G Wills went to Louisville j Thursday to spend several days with t her sister Mrs Moredock Mrs E H Breidenbacb of Owens I bow was the guest of lr and Mrs Chos May last week r I Mrs DeHaven and daughter Mamie and Mrs Orfilo DeHaven spent Moa c day with Mrs A J GlOSS at Holt Chas Wendelken and family re turneSnnday Jron St Louis where he has been attending a medical col lege Mies Judith Miller invites the la dies to call and inspect her complete line of new huts for ladles and children Mrs A G Crawford and child went to Chicago Saturday to join her nubband who Has a good positron in that city WEEDS Consumption is a human weed flourishing best in weak lungs Like other weeds its easily destroyed while young when old sometimes im possible Strengthen the lungs as you would weak land and the weeds will disappear The best lung fertilizer is Scotts Emulsion Salt pork is good too but it is very hardy r r to digest The time to treat consumption is when you begin trying to hide it from yourself Others see it you wont Dont wait until you cant deceive yourself any longer Begin with the first thought to take Scotts Emulsion If it isnt really consumption so much the better you will soon forget it and be better for the treatment If it is consumption you cant expect to be cured at once but if you will begin in time and will be rigidly regular in your treat ment you will win Scotts Emulsion fresh air 1 rest all you can eat all you can thats the treatment and i thats the best treatment We will send you a little of the Emul sion free Be tore that this picture lathe form of a Ubtt it on the wrapper Emulsion you buy bottle of SCOTT BOWNE- Chemists 409 Pearl St N Y Soc and tarall druggists How many feathers on a rooster I For Sale Residence T P1 Sawyer Nicest new stationery W B Oelze Born March 20 to the wife of Joe Gelling a boy- Evervthing fresh and clean in dry goods Babbage Son Mrs S P Ponrad went to Louis ville Wednesday to visit Dr German Born March 8 to the vife of Chas Riedel of Holt a fine girl Mrs C B Skillman entertained the Ladies Reading Club Thursday Bert Beavin leads the others follow Makes house painting a speciality Miss Bernice Wheeler of Hard in Grove Indi is the guest of Miss Jane Hambleton Spring is almost on us Bert Beavin is ready for nil kinds of painting and varnishingAbe was down Sunday from Lakeland where he is a special attendantMisses Jane and Fannie Smith went to Owensboro yesterday to visit Mrs G W Smith G P May SOT and eon Clarence of Stephensport were in the citYFrIday- on business Hovius Behen returned Thursday from Mexico Wickliffe iJeHaven will return this week See Miss Judith Miller if you want something new and stylish in ladies and childrens hats For Sale Wall paper store big stock well selected new goods Store room fir rentToF Sawyer- J P Thomas came up from Owens boro Saturday to take a position in the lill and ST L Shops S A Foster of Atlanta Ga is here this week to organize a local household of the Columbian Woodmen- A B Skillman is able to be out this week after a recent illness from injuries received at Hardinsburg Jas Durham of Kirk was the guest of his daughter Mr R 0 Perkins several days last week Traffic on the Henderson Ronte is heavy again and through freight trains are being double headed Jesse Emmick an exoert paper banger and decorator will assist TFSawyer- in the wallpaper buiness this season D H Severs moved from the cot tage on First street into the Murray residence on High street last Wed nesday t J3r A A Simons and Dan Duncan were the guests of the Misses Wheeler at Hardin Grove Ind Sun dayMiss Jennie Mitchel of Holt and Miss Pearl Fella of Addison were the guests of MrsEdGregory Saturday and SundayMiss Judith Miller the np to date milliner returned Friday from Chicago with a choice line of all the latest styles in spring hats Warren Campbell of Hopkinsville who has been an engineer on a rail road in Now Mexico was the guest of Joe Harpble last week- J P Beubam and son Shirley of Crecelius were here Wednesday with the Josephine find a raft of logs on their way to Cannelton from Schoon ers Point Mrs C A Crary and little son James arrived in the city Wednesday from Huntington W Va to visit her parents Mr and Mrs A H Murray Father Geo Conner of St Pauls church Oweusboro delivered a fine lecture at St Roses Catholic church Sunday nihgt His subject was The Eucharist For taleStore room and real dence combined three nice rooms and pantry largo porch and varanda Mac tinners tools and machines A A LaHelst Cloverport Ky Mrs Jefferson Davis Davidson of St Louis Mo who was the guest of Mrs JA Ross the first of last week is visiting at Waitman Owensboro and other points before returning home Father Edwin Caldwell of Sheboy agan Mich was the guest of Father Brey Wednesday while en route to Knottsville to spend two weeks with Father Spalding who was his class mate at Home leA Winsome Trio Saturdays Louisville Evening Post contained the pictures of Misses Emma Lon Moornan Nancy Smith and Minnie btith under the caption II A Winsome Trio and subhead Three Pretty and Charming Girls of Breckenridge County Saw Mill Changes Hands L V Chopin has sold his portable saw mill to R 0 Perkins and Herbert TInins The mill has been moved to the old Sallie tract of land where a set will be made Messrs Perkins and Tin us will operate the mill BiceBusso Mrs Adeline Basso and Wm Bice were married last Wednesdayon Mrs Bnssofl houseboat at Owens boro Mrs Basso formerly lived in Cloverport of J f YIG R o R1 LNewsoms y COLUMN Now my friends I advise you not to read the following list if you expect to hold on to your money as the tempta tion will be very great to invest it in some of the bargains offered What is the use of always renting property wben you can buy I have several pieces of property which have paid for themselves three times- I shall take pleasure in driving you aroundand showing you the city property Two Horses for sale No 2 Lot and house Oak and Main 2000 No 4 Lot and house Oglesby Avenue 1000 No 5 Lot and house Eastland 800I Noli Lot and house Oak street 800 No 7 Lot anti house Fourth street POO No 8 Lot and house Huston street 500 Not Lot fwd house Third and Center 500 No 10 Lot and house Hiirdlns Creek 500 Noll Iot First street 500 No 12 Lot tied house Short Lino It II 400 No 13 Lot und house Oak street 3JO No 14 Four pasture lots 100I No 15 Tollgate house 300 No 0 Lot and house IMvor street 300 No 17 Lotund house River street 300 No IS Lotund house all llreot 300 No III Lot und house Oak street 275 No 20 Itand house Eastland iV J No 21I Lot and house Eastland 250 No 22 Lot Had house Center street 300 No 3 Lot Wall street 20 No 21 Lot Wall street ro No 25 Lot and house Walnut street 200 NoSii Lotand house SII Hard In 200 No 27 tatand house Center street 15 No 2H Lot and house Center street 15 No2i Lot and house Chestnut street 125 No30 Lot Fifth street 7- No 5 31 Lot Ed Tare Fifth street 150 No 32 Lot Ed fate corner Chestnut 15INo 33 Lot on Short Line It IL 100 I No 34 Lot near Sam Dean 75 No 35 Lot near Mary Dean ir No 31 lots 2 Center street 150 No 37 Four acres Bishop JlIIL so No 38 Lot 1 acre and Section louse 175 No 30 Lot Oak street near Sanders 150 No 40 Lot and house Third street 0INo 41 Farm 00 acres and house 800INo 42 Farm 100 acres und house GOO No43 Farm 62 acres on Ilke 300 No 44 Farm 32 acres und house on pike 200 No 45 woodland P5 acres 275 No 4fl Woodland 70 acres 300 No 47 Woodland 02 acres 400I No 48 Woodland 73 acres 375 No 4H Three bulldliiR lots Elm street 300I No50 One acre and stone quarry on pike 2S ORDER BY NUMBER I also have nn Austin Stone Crusher with 12horse power Eclipse Friok Engine which I will dispose of on reasonable terms Good elevator attached nndnll suitable appliances for making good roads Can crush stone as fast as two men can feed it and can be set to crush it into dust Engine power sufficient to run a saw mill Come to It L Newsom if you want Deeds Mortgages Agree upinformpapers that will stand be fore any legal tribunal Ho also acts as Notary Public for Breckenridge county Attention to the making out and certifying of Pension Certificates HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Round trip honte seekers excursions to West and Southwest first end third Tuesdays each month at greatly reduced rates One way second class colonist tickets- to South and Southeast first and third Tuesdays each month at reducedrates One way secondclass colonist tickets to West and Southwest first and third Tuesdays each month at reducedrates One way second class colonist tickets to Pacific and North Pacific coast points and intermediate points on every day March 1 to April 30 and September 15i to October 15 1004 inclusive Reduced rates The round trip rate of 150 to liar dinsburg and return has been cancelled Real Estate Deals Henry L Morton to D B Parish of Tobinsport Ind one lot and im provements Consideration 1100 J F Carter and wife to Wm N Johnson twentyfour acres of land Consideration 1207 Wakeful Children For a long time the two year old child of Mr P L McPherson GO N Tenth St Harrisburg Pa would sleep but two or three hours in the early part of the night which made it very hard for her parents Her mother con cluded that the child had stomach trouble and gave her half of one of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets which quilted her stomach and she slept the whole night through Two boxes of these Tablets have effect ed a permanent cure and she is now well and strong For sale by Short fc Haynos Now Shipping Exhibits Exhibits for the Kentucky building at the Worlds Fair are being ship ped to St Louis from Louisville tnis weet by the onrloado Uclnar an Income No one can uso an income with true economy who does not exert his best judgment and put forth all tho wisdom he possesses to make it fulfill the highest ends of which It Is capa ble In his peculiar circumstances If It does not make some lives better fuller and happier If it does not develop the body and educate tlio mind if it does not promote industry hon esty and good will If In fact it does mankind shown in Its management OAJBFOXlX Swatheilia KIK Yw Haw Always Bought Blguwte rt t J f 1 Writs Ii 1 r O II Advertisements Inserted under this head at II one cent a word per week 1 4 = =TFOR SALEII FOR SAIFFurm ot3 acres just outside limits ot Clovurport Improvements onoSrcom cottage Apply to J 11 Kowluml agent at post eillee II WANTED 4 nrO soil 1500 2yonr Ben Davis tipple trees i big nnd little at 5c Also 2300 3ytar trees different varieties lit 4c to bo delivered at Cldverport Send for list of varieties 3year trees HUIIIIAM NUIISEUY Cloverport Ky 4 4 FOR SALE machinesPahtlAlso now and swomlliaml Gas and Onsollno Kiwlio MAIlTIN GABLE 5183rd Street 4 Louisville Ky 4 FOIL SALEBarred Ilymuuth ltoe c Eggs 4 line llorkWV per setting ot 15 J Wlimvoimi Hurillnsburff Ky FOR SALIit I1 Hock Eggs 5100 PIT 13 Orders booked now 4 1 O IitTTSCHKK Stoplionslmn Ky 4 SALE l1lure Ilymoulh Bock Eggs iI guaranteed pure bred stock Eggs 100 iplr 15 Cnn till all orders prom Illy emi me IInl order will please you Address Mrs Z T Core Ekron Iv WAXTRDc theWrwo I tie Goo E Shlvely MI D Ion RENT FARM FOR REXTThe farm of Mrs Eliza H t Addison Ky For terms etc ad dress with reference John Hurks 5C4 Westc Jefferson Street Ixjulsvllle Ky Worlds Fair Visitors Guide The visitors Outdo Is a magazine of officllllII Worlds Fair tews and Information with u calendar of events for each day It is profusely Illustrated tells how lest to see the exposition and contains much other highly valuable Information for prospective visitors It also gives u full list of reputable rooming houses anti hotels with rates and contains u complete city directory Price 25 cents sil ver Order today us this nd will appear but onco The Visitors Guide 1ub Co 44200reer Ave St Louis M- oFarming in the South Tim 1assonif r Department of tlio Illinois Central Railroad Company Is Issuing monthly circulars concerning fruit growing vegetable gardening stock raising dairying etc In the States of IKentucky West Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana Every Farmer or Homeseeker who will forward his name and address to the undersigned willI be mailed free Circulars Nos 1 to 10 Inclusive and others us they lire published from month to month L II ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 48 Dally Fast Train leaves Cloverport 507 A lit West Point only arrives at Louisville 715 A M No 42 Hully Mall und Express IcavesClo verport 040 A M stops at all way stations arrives Louisville 1215 P M No 44 Dully Mall and Express leaves Clo verport 443 lM stops lit all WilY stations ex cept Pierce Arrives Louisville 710 P 5I WEST BOUND No 41 Dallyt Louis Mail and Express leaves drover tort 1001 A M arrives Evans yule 1250 PM arrives St Louis 710 111 stops only ut Hawesvlllo Lewlsport Powers Owensboro Stanley heeds Spottsvllle Baskets Henderson No 43 Evansville Mall and Express leaves Oloverport 735 PM Stops atoll way sta tions Arrives at Evansvllle 1030 P M No45 dully St Louis test train leaves Clo verport 1046 P M arrives Evansvllle 120 A M St Louis 720 A M stops at Hawesville Owensboro and Henderson only No47 cloverport Accommodation Dally leaves loverport ntOOO u m Stops lit alI stations Arrives at Evansvlllo 000 u mI Returning leaves Evansvllle at 530 p m Jrlves at eloverport s30 p m Trains Nos 414243 und 44 make connec lion at Irvlngton for Fordsville every day ex cept Sunday Trams 41 43 and 44 make connection on Sunday for Fordsvlllo train Thruogh coaches on trains 41 4145 and 48I Parlor cars on trains 41 42 43 and 44 Through sleepers on trains 45 and 48 Fret reclining chair cars between Louisville undI Lt Louts on trains 45 und 48 MuttonChops Heres a good way to fix mutton chops Lean and tenderchops can be had a- my t shop Mashed Chops Have mutton chops neatly rellchednnd broil them five minutes over a bright fire Have ready four potatoes heap them at once neatly on one side of the chops dip them in eggs then in bread crumbs and fry for about two minutes in deep hot flit Arrange the chops on the platter and surround them withnicely cooked and sea soned peasByrllrs S T Rorer in March Ladies Home Journal FRED MAY Cloverport IiII A Grill What Is a grig asks a correspond ent who has been worried by the phrase as happy as n grig The grip shares with Mark Tapley the honor of being proverbially happy But a lonely ad jective does not define a substantive In Yorkshire wo are tolda grip Is a young child happy we may hope In Staffordshire It Is a bantam But In Dutch the krlek Is a cricket or grass hopper a really merry fowl In Web ster a grip Is the provincial English for an eel But we cannot accept an eel as tho embodiment of mirth and we put our money on the Dutchmans krlek London Chronicle w 9 va I JCNOLTEBROTE1UP- LECLOVERPORT KY Ce dick Milling Co GRANDVIEW IND A 150 Fountain Pen for 75 Cents theImake of the penaboutt- he best fountain pen made The gold point the tight fitting joints beauty and qualities make this pen worth twice 75 cents The ink flows evenly and steadilythis insures a neat letter Send 2c for postage if by mail An order will be ap predated JNO D BABBAGECloverport I GEO Ht CASPERKE Jewelry and- Insurance Best policies for least money in Life Fire Tornado and Accident Insurance Brandenburg Ky Sour StomachNo appetite loss of strength nervous ness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour risings and catarrh of the stomach are all due to Indigestion KodelI cures Indigestion This new discovery repre sents the natural Juices of digestion as they exist In a healthy stomach combined with the greatest known tonic arid reconstructive properties Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does not only cure Indigestion and dyspepsia but this famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening and the mucous membranes lining the stomach Mr S S Ball of Rayenawood W Va aayaM I wti troubled with sour atomaeh for twenty revs midforKodol Digests What Yon satBottlaaonly tltouthetzIsizePrepared by EO DeWITT Ott 00 CHICAGO Sold by all Druggists Mrs Jno Blaokwell Jr and Jno Blackwell Sr of were here Saturday to buy n monument from J E Keith Son for the grave of Mrs Blackwells deceased hnsoand Here They The Celebrated GRINNELL ENGINEER AND FIREMANS =GLOVEN- o = rivetsnone neededseams- all thoroughly protected note cut of thumbthats strength see how closely the long stiff cuff fits over the coat sleeve it is heat proof and water wont ruin it They Fit The Hand cc = =So Perfectly= that oil caps and screws can be handled as easily as with the bare hand Its the kind of Glove Engineers and Fire men need In a word the Reindeer Glove Wears Fits and Looks Well = ITry a par MASONIC wearing strengthening Hawesville Are Bakers Pin Their Faith to Cadicks Gold Dust Flour Why not you It is made from the choicest grade of Longberry Red Wheat into a High Grade Patent Flour which always bakes best Is Jsed whenever best baking is desired Act wisely and order it from your grocer today fKEEP POSTED ABOUT iU S Steelf CorporationT- he I White k Kemhle Atlas Map and 0- 1t Volume of Statistics should he In the Pj 1 Pelseaccessible to the public This volume p1 1shos1 by II Uvecolormap the location I f andf1 I i1 pcap1tnlIncordmortgagesII 1 t1Price 5 net to accompany each order ri von sAt60NLY UY fnow JONES f coII M 44 Broad St New WI The oldest News Agency of Wall street 1 y and Publishers of the jlI Street Journal wal1mm W Investors WALL EITudJOURNAL m PICKED UP Hale Deane is at his post again in the office of the Ohio Valley Tip Co Louisville after an illness of several weeKSOtter Owen of Glendeane left last week to pitch 1m tent In the ennny clime of California Otter didnt get very encouraging reports from some passengers on the train who had been there saw enough were satisfied that it was no place for a poor boy he would be glad to get back alive etc But Otter went all the snore He said he was going to try it even if he failed We imagine our fore fathers had just this kind ofa warning when they started out Our sympathy C is with the boy who leaves home seeking fthis fortune While it may not be ftthebest thing always for tne ooy he is f the one that suffers We admire the spirit in the boy that wants to get out and do something Heres hoping that Otter will strike it rich in California Thos P Davis is building a dwelling and blacksmith shop at Basin Springs station Mr Davis hopes to have n good town At that place In l a short time R 0 Westerfield of Glendeane spent a week at Phoenix Ind visit Jug his sister Mrs Callis Shrews berry He reports a pleasant visit Richard Bandy is building 800 panels of wire fence around his farmii near Irvington known as the Ben Hardaway place The posts am all cedar and are well Set Dick Bandy is a progressive man and n money maker Mrs D C Heron sold during tho month of January GO dozen eggs trom 50 Rose Comb Rhode Island Red hens She also sells 80 pounds of butter per week from six Jersy cows How many feathers on a rooster j s ka rr T t t The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY MARCH 23 1004 SOME BILLS THAT HAVE BECOME STATE LAWS t For the benefit of those who have not kept up with the work done by t tnt State Legislature ut the present session as recorded in the dally pa pers a summary of the important bills that passed both houses and Wfite slgne4 hitl Governor are given below House hill IfiJ by A S Thomp son Increasing the annual appro prlation for clerical assistance to the state treasurer by 1500 Honso bill 13 by C C Spalding Appropriating STiOOO for a display at the St Loulsexposltion- Hoose Dill 00 by L F Johnson Appropriating 1000000 for new state capitol building Senate bill 14 by J O Cantrlll The uniform textbook bill House bill 80 by H P McDonald Appropriating 57000 for extension at the Confederate home House bill 218 by H B Lawrence Appropriating f5000 for improve ments at Hopklnsrille asylum for the insaneHouse bill G by W C Clarklte pealing the laborers clause of the ex emption laws of the state Senate bill 50 by J W Campbell Act allowing the auditor 3000 addi tional for clerical assistance House bill 117 by F A Locnrey Authoiizing appellate judges to in crease salary of their stenographers to f100 per month House bill 155 by R S Hearne Increasing fund of state insurance department tor clerical assistance from 3500 to 5000 n year House bill 57 by T E Butler Reapportioning the sheriffs revenue to meet extension of the school term Senate bill 10 Authorizing the state geological department to resume the work stopped several years ago and making annual appropriation therefor of 15 000 Senate Bill 124 Caswell Prewitt making it a felony to steal chickens or fowls of any kind of the value of 2 punishable by confinement from one to bye years in the State peniten tiarySenate Bill 155 David S Edwards authorizing owners or trustees of seminary property to dispose of same and transfer it to the common school district in which it is embraced House Bill 204 Sam C Black con tinning this State Dental Association reenacting the law as to same and authorizing it to conduct examina tions of applicants to practice It Saved Ills leg P A Danforth of LaGrange Ga suffered for six months with a fright fat running sore on his leg but writes I that Uucklens Arnica SalTe wholly cured it in five days For lcersI Wounds Piles its the hest salve InI the worldCure guaranteed Only 25cII Sold by Short Si Haynes druggists A Letter From Montana Ft Assiuibolne Mont March 3 I 1004 Editor of the Breckenridge News For one year I want your paper because nearly all of my folks live in your section I was born in Daviess county Ken tuck enlisted in the United States army on April 22 100H at Hawes vllle Ky and was assigned to L troop 3rd cavalry station at Ft Aselnitoine Mont This is a very healthy country as there is nothing hat a few fclieep ranches here It is a tine place for the young man who wants to get a start in life Wages OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood In your body passes through your kidneys once every three minutes Is I yourbloodter out the waste Impurities In the blocd they are or out of they fall to do their work achesandrheu from excess of acid In the due to kidney trouble Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady heart beats and one as though they heart trouble because the heart 1 is overworking In pumping thick kidney poisoned through veins and arteries- It used to be considered urinary kidneysbutall constitutional diseases have their ning In kidney trouble- If are sick can no mistak- by first doctoring your kidneys The mild + the extraordinary of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy Is Itsiand sold on Its merits fiftyA es You may have a sample by mall or If sick order matism come uric blood makes feel had blood that only begin you you make and effect bottle Pains tome or Bwpumpaoot I free also pamphlet telling you how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer do Co Binghamton N Y Don makeany mistake but remember the i name SwumpRoot Dr Ktllmers Swami i Hoot and the address BInghamton N yon every bottle I iittt t f to ri f ia x JOOCXXXXXXXXXX30CXXXXXXXXXXX30000000CXXXXQOOOOOOOOOOOOO i Declares Japan Has Money to g Carry on the War for Three Years 8 Now York March 7Asked today what effect tho war was having upon the Japanese banking houses Mr Iminishj I manager of tho Now York branch of the Yokohama specie bank and custodian of the special war fund being raised by his countrymen throughout tho United States said This war has had no effect so far upon the business we are doing hore but in Tokio and Yokohama the money market is a little stricter than it was owing to tho largo amounts of gold leaving the country to pay for food supplies and no doubt this stringency will in crease slightly every day so long as tho steady drain for war expenses goes on During the last war with China it cost Japan about 800 000 yon a day to support her army of 300000 men In tho presentconflict she will soon have 500000 soldiers in the field and with a much larger navy to care for tho daily expenses will be almost doubled Just now however I should estimate the cost per day at somewhat less than 1000000 yen Tho 100000 000 yen issue of government 5 per cent bonds has already been four times over subscribed so Japan has plenty of cashon hand to meet all the demands on her for some months to come Later another largo issue of bonds bearing interest at 4 per cent will be floated and as successfully lam sure as the first In reply to a question as to how long Japan could carryon the war without borrowing money from other nations Mr Ira inishi said that she would require no nancialassistance for the next two or three years should hostilities last that lengthof time We dont expect tho war to last more than eighteen months ho said but if it does wo shall tax our resources to the uttermost before asking a loan of any other country The item of food is of course the largest in carrying on any war and a Japanese soldier can live for a week on eight cents worth of rice and dried fish if he has to and still do good work Concerning the fund which is being raised here by Japan ese Mr Iminishi said that u great deal of misapprehonpion seemed to exist in regard to it A mistaken idea seems to have got abroad said he that the whole amount of 5000000 was to be collected hero in New York in short order and sent at once to Japan As a matter of fact the amount subscribed in this city will only be a small part of the total The largest of ferings so far have come from Hawaii where there is more than 00000 Japanese They have on tho way already 250000 and will contribute a round million in all Contributions are also being received from all parts of the United States So far only a little over 200000 has been received ocoocoooroooocooocooooo are good ranging front f0 to 50 per month I advise all young men to come West and better their condi tion while they are young I like the army very well It is worth a persons while to serve three years in the army and learn the ways of the world I expect to go to the Pnillppines in 1005 Truly Yours Hugh H Finch Are Organizing Fast Farmers unions lire being rapidly organized in Daviess and McLean counties Within the past month about thirty have been formed Each organization has a standing committee of three men to go where they are called upon to organize unions and put them in the proper working order To Cure A Cold In One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets AD druggists orotund the money If it tails to cure E W Orvcs signature son each box 2Sc Another Telephone Line Lodiburg Ky March 22Spec- laJ The Lodiburg and Webster telephone line has been pushed towards completion the past week The line will give this pliice connections with Webster Preston Rhodelia Concordin Paynesville Brandenburg Union Star Chenault Mooleyville Ainmons Stephensport Sample and HardinsburgThe used on these lines is all firstclass from the polos to the boxesIn a short time the new line ex pests to have connections with every line east and south of here and it is hoped that some arrangements can be made with tho Homo Telephone company by which all points from Evansvillo to Louisville Lexington and other important cities in eastern Kentucky can be readied Jesse Payne is treasurer and Jas St Clair is president of the Lodibnrg nod Webster Telephone company Deserving of Vlty Idthink of that mans financial embar rassment it makes me yearn to help him Financial embarrassment yes Hell got so much money ho doesnt know what to do with It Catholic Standard and Times A Temporary Opinion The Fiancee The lIdea of his think TheeConfidanteYes hut you neednt ar gue the matter with him Hell dis COyer his error in time Brooklyn Life Very Likely I wonder what Bragg means by for ever talking of his social obligations I suppose hes a member of several social organizations and never pays his dues Exchange An Kconomlcnl Scheme But why did he marry So ns to have some one to help him live within his income He couldnt do it alone Chicago Post I Lj 11 iJ= A NEST BUILDING FISH Nature AfforiU a Snfe Aiiylatn For the IIclplCNH 1MnllCM It Is doubtful whether protective mim icry among animals Is better exempli fied than In the case of the fish commonly known as the marbled angler of the Sargasso sea Iterophryne hlstrlo Owing to Its peculiar structure It Is a poor swimmer and It therefore spends most of Its life moving slowly about on the bottom among corals seaweed etc which these fishes closely resem ble In color and In outline They cling too to the floating masses of sargas sum weed with their peculiar tIns and the color markings of the fish closely resemble the weed itself Not only does the weed thus furnish a home for this species but the fish actually constructs a nest from it and therein deposits its eggs One of these nests found In con nection with the Hasslcr expedition was described as consisting of a round muss of sargassum about the size of two fists rolled up together To all ap pearances It was made of nothing but this gulf weed the branches und leaves of which were however evidently knit together and not merely tangled Into a roundish muss for though some of the leaves and branches hung loose front the nest it became at once visible that the bulk of the ball was held together by threads trending In every direction among the seaweed By close observa tion It became apparent that this mass of seaweed was a nest the central part of which was bound up In the form of a ball with several loose branches ex tending In various directions On still closer examination the nest above described was found to be full of eggs which were scattered throughout the massNature has tints afforded a safe nay lum for these somewhat helpless fishes whose cutaneous filaments which are plentifully provided on the belly around the mouth and on the dorsal spine so nearly resemble the weed Itself that predaceous fishes doubtless full to rec ognlze tho living animals and thus the latter escape extermination Scientific American Colds Cause Pneumonia One of the most remanrable class of cold deepseated on the lungs causing pneumonia is that of Mrs Gertrude li Fenner Marion Ind who was entirley cured by the use of One Minute Cough Cure She says Tho coughing and straining so weakened me that 1 ruin down in weight from 148 to U2 pounds 1 tried a number of remedies to no aval until I used One Minute Cough Cure Four bottles of this wonderful remedy cured me en tirely of the cough strengthened my lungs and restored me to my normal weight health and strength Sold by All Druggists Sleep For the Young and Aged A fouryearold requires 12 hours one of 7 years 11 hours of 12 years 10 hours and of 10 or 18 0 hours Aft er that 7 or 8 hours is sufficient until after GOj then tho hours should be Increased gradually with each decade as the than or woman of 80 requires as much sleep as a child of 10 And it should be 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eliminating the corrupt and poisonous accumulations which are source of many diseases It gives life strength E D LOE of Princeton Mo sends his to Dr Pierce as follows tc About one year I took what our doctor called La Grippe was bothered with a dry hacking cough bowel trouble all summer People of acquaintance said I was going fast with quick consumption Had weighed one hundred and eighty pounds before having Grippe but had become thin when I take Dr Golden Discovery After taking bottles the bowel trouble completely overcome my cough was gone people especially those suffering from disease in chronic form are invited to consult R Pierce Buffalo N Y by letter ilrstamps to pay expense of mailing ONLY Is the host modern modoat containing moro than one thousand largo pages of valuablo advloo and I Sond 31 onooont stamps tho clothbound volumo or only 21 wokIbook In papor covers Address n V PIEROE Buffalo WHY HIS MARRIAGE FAILED lie regarded children as a nuisance He did all his courting before marriage lie out money to his wife as if lo a beggar Ho never had time go anywhere with his wife lie never dreamed that were two sides to marriage He never dreamed that a wife needs or compliments He thought his wife should spend all her time doing He treated his wife as would not have to treat another woman lIe never dreamed that his wife needed a vacation recreation or changelIe concessions his wifes judgment even in unimportant He thought the marriage vow had him his wifes master partner He took all the little attentions lay on him by his wife as his by di vine right and not as favors Suc cess rIf its a bilious attack take Cham berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and a quick recovery is certain For sale by Short Haynes FlcMverti For London Scllly und Guernsey the industry growing flowers for the Lou don market has reached large proportions the former Island as many as fifty tons early blossoms are shipped to the mainland a single day The flower season January when the early varieties are com ing into bloom Often when the weath er Is cold and cloudy the buds are tardy in opening and It is necessary to re sort to artificial aid order that the waiting markets may supplied The flower heads are picked as soon as one bud penetrates the calyx and placed In Jars water which are ranged upon the shelves a greenhouse n temperature of CO 70 degrees In a few hours the backward buds respond to the warmth spread their pet als assume glowing colors and are ready for bunching and packing An Anecdote of Walttlor A friend In conversation with Mr Whittier the remarked that he was about contract to a lot of oak timber for the government gun and asked him if ho thought It was consistence the peace doe trines the Quaker denomination Without saying anything calculated to decide the question the two parting place when Mr Whittier shaking his friends said Moses if thee does furnish any that oak timber thee spoke be sure that it is till sound QuininelCures aCold InOnoDay 2 Days oa every P 1J + JtIh 44 rlb i re an i ELIA l Ill wrote Dr Puree recently as follows am glad to be able to testify to the your has done for I had been t with catarrh for number years used many other but failed to find any and was about to up all I at last tried your and found just to be I used bottles of Dr Pierces Medical Discovery and will say that have not felt well several My which had become com mon occurrence well the I through my eyes nose My has im since using your I would not and forever give praise to your Dr for the seat for is blood the new and sincere thanks ago home and also my very commenced to Pierces Medical five was and Sick Dr V free I It tlon for for tho Dr I doled there praise housework dared made matters made instead other ished early From spring begins kept genial their poet furnish boats with arrived their hand 047 what had give what and voice NN Some Thoughts in the Sunshine Out in California where sunshine is as common as dirt andwhere tho weather man lean issue a fair and warm bulle i tm and then safely fa oaway on a six months vacatIOn 9 they are poking fun at the benighted humans who live where winter is a snorter and where a cold wave moans business Tho California papers print pictures of orange trees and girls in white dresses and prune trees and shady palmshadowed nooks and insist that they aw sorry for the victims who are so mend tully weak as to live in a cold climate when trains are running Y and excursion tickets can be purchased Listen Even love which is said to bo the best thing in tho world grows monotonous in too big and continuous doses You can tiro of pie and ice cream and delicious music and famous paint ings The human mind is so constituted that it craves variety no matter whether it is clothing or weather i Tho biting blasts of a hard winter servo the purposo of- T making spring seem like an earthly heaven The blizzards that T sting life into action jtnd make tho blood leap in your veins en t hance the value of the soft breezes that bring sweet odors from the South The sleot and hail and rain and snow furnish tho appetite for a dessert of sunshine iiTinteris relaxing his grasp In a few days youll get tho + and tho will bo A thou +smell of plowed ground grass green f thoff ing as they can ore glad spring i Did you scq the robinthe first robinthe pioneer of the s countless army of birds And there is a bluebird and up in o + the tall poplar tree that is still bare and desolate the blackbirds i i fithe frogs 1 you over near a swamp Thou iiAnd in the gloom as tho dusk foil and listened to tho chorus from the fens as it rose and foil with a wild rhythm that mado yqu think that somewhere there must be a million frogs all singing for dear life with an old boss frog high up on a knoll beating time with a last years cattail Pretty soon wo will dig some bait cut an alder pole hunt up the old pool that is shaded by a tangle of bushes and fish for bullheadsFor glorious delicious pulsing springis almost hero Lot those who will bask in perpetual sunshinb But for people with blood in their veins lets have a pro gram delightful in its very indofinitoness and with no thought of monotony Cincinnati Post t rNN ONNMO NNHNIO N+ 4N Advice Two folks said Uncle Ebenuls bound to git into trouble do man dat won take no advice nt all an do man dat tries to take all he hearsWash ington Star The people who help us most aro those who make light of our achieve ments and havo faith in our possibili ty f i + Y 4i An Invitation Accept cdrNo I never carry my watch when I go out she said artlessly I am so careless that it wouldnt be safe Why a person could steal anything right from under my nose and I wouldnt miss it Then the young man by her side stole a kiss and she didnt seem to miss it The birds nests used for soups are little gelatinous things made up princitt pally from the saliva of tiny birds of t China ii- f J a N The Breckenridge News sWEDNESDAY MARCH 23 1004 IITilEBATH AND THE SKINS a Different Ktiids of Baths and Their Effects The Bath After Exercise and as an Aid to Keeping the Healthi O i j BY CHRISTINE TERHUNB HHRRICK- Vr Author of Cradle and Nursery First Aid 1j to tho Young Housekeeper House ic yykeeplnlt Mado Easy What to tiEat In City Tents Etc n L Copyright 1001 by Christine Terhune- d IV Herrick y j meansIcleanliness when properly taken t For a poor bath is almost as bad as f if no bath at all And when cleanliness I is achieved a long step is taKen to 11I warts health and a still longer to wards good looks No one can hope 1tobe really attractive who has a poor complexion and no one can ex pect a good complexion who does not keep the pores of the skin open and F free of matter which does not belong thereOf I course any woman thinssTsho knows how to take a bath Nearly everyone labours under this Im pression untIl she has had a TurKish bath and learned what is meant by real cleanliness After that she is of 1 a different opinion She may not be ible to take Turkish baths constantly i vfoa often but she will come ash them in I the way of making irtelf clean as she can possibly manageNot every woman can stand the t regulation Turkish or RussIan baths With their hot air their steam rooms their hard massage ana cold spray plunge afterwards The home made r imitation of such baths even It some I times too much tor them Unless they are sure of themselves It is I not worth while to put good money into a Turkish bath cabinet or even to compass a home made version wi th a packing box and a little ingenuity Instead they may seek substitutes in a simple fashion Tne most elementary Turkish bath is made by wrapping the bather in a sheet and seating her on a cane bot P tom chair under which is a shallow tin of hot water set over An alcohol lamp Tnls lamp should be of the sort that has an asbestos burner I protected by a wire netting After the bather is seateda heavy blanket should be wrapped around her and the chair and she should sit thus until she is in a drenching perspira k tion When this point is reached she should get at once into a tub ol warm water scour herself well with a flesh brush so as to remove r LOVE DIES Mrs Ella Wheeler Wilcox says there tomes a time in the course of married love when the thrill goes out of the hand clasp and the kiss at times and it is then that husband and wife may be susceptible to other magnetic personalities The rea son for this condition or affairs Is often the fault of the husband but how often is it not due to the wifes nervousness and Irritability due to some trouble with the or 1 peculiarly feminine the wife underpans t such circumstances and spin perhapsfrom headacheI Iittesstlhe suffers i Backed up by over a third of a century of remarkable and uniform cures a record such as no other remedy for the diseases and weaknesses peculiar to women ever attained the proprietors of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription now feel fully war ranted In offerinp to pay roo in legal money of the United States for any case of Leucorrhea Female Weakness Prolap Womb which they cannot taus ior FalUnfof air and rea meansof enable trial of their cure I A great deal of sickness may be saved by keeping on of Dr Pierces thousandpage illustrate book The Com I mon Sense Medical Adviser Sent free cent paperbound for twentyone one J stamps to pay cost ofmailing only or cloth bound stamps Address Worlds- oDispensary Medical Association 663 Main Street Buffalo N Y Constipation and abilious attack go bandy Jnhand Dr Pierces PleasanT Pellets are F a sure and speedy cure for both Tiny sugarcoated granules One little Pellet Is a gentle laxative and two a mild cathar tic they never gripe Nothing else U jnat as good LfA- n i J 1 i li W P Uia r A Remedy That No One Is Afraid To Take Dr Thachcrs Liver and Blood Syrup has been used in thousands of homes for fiftytwo years with perfect confidence and the most remarkable results The great success of this remedy is due to the fact that its formula which con sists of Buchu Hydrangea Mandrake Yellow Dock Dandelion Sarsaparilla Gentian Senna and Iodide of Potassium has been freely published Doctors and Druggists everywhere do not hesitate to recommend a preparation kvhich they know contains the best known remedies for correcting all irreg ularities of the Liver Kidneys or Blood and the diseases caused by the failure of these functions to perform their proper workThousands of sick ones to whom life has been a burden have written grateful letters that others might profit by their experience DLOOMINO GROVE TEX Nov 13 1902 Iwaa suffering terribly with indigestion and kidney trouble and sent to my druggist for something to relieve me As be sent me a package of Dr Thachert liver and Blood Syrup I concluded to try It and now I am deeply grateful to my druggist as well as to you J had been a sufferer from these things and a general rundown condition for and had only received temporary rellelyfrota other medicines But after using not quite two packages of your Liver and Blood Syrup I feel as stout and hearty as I ever did in my life and I am satisfied that I am entirely cured I feel no symptoms whatever of kidney trouble and my digestion is as good as any living mans I can now eat whatever I choose I never had any remedy give me such quick and permanent relief and I can not put a cor rect estimate on the value your medicine has been to me I would not take any amount of money for It Very gratefully yours j C BROWN Ifyou need a medicine write today for a free sample bottle and Dr Thae ers Health Hook Give symptoms for advice We impit ask you to try it at our No pence We know what it wilt do for tale by all Druggistatwo tlttf Bt ante and 100- XHAOIIBB MEDICUtJS 00- Chattanooga ZVitM the matter that the perspiration has washed out on tho skin and after this sne should try the tonic effect of a cold spray unless she preferH the coJd plunge If she does not possess a spray she should dash cold water over her body from a pitcher Then comes a good rub down with a rongu towel and a half hours rest Such a bath is advantageous to nearly every one and especially to the woman who hai a poor complexion which is the result of imperfect circa lation The chief objection to this bath in the minds of busy women will be the length of time It demands When a woman has stimulated lien skin to action by vigorous and health ful exercise and has thus provoKed a How of perspiration she does not need the preliminary session over hot water The bath in the tub how ever with the cold spray to follow is an essential after violent exercise Let it be supposed for Instance that a woman has neon out on her wheel If she is an active rider she has undoubtedly achieved the pers piration and with it a degree of exhilaration that the period of retire ment In the company of a blanket and an alcohol lamp would never bring about Someone has called an up to date chainless bicycle a zeal inspiring wheel for women The girl or woman who has been out for a spin on a machine that is made in such a fashion that she can come home with h3r skirt in as good a condition as when she startedas- can be done with the right sort of a bicycle does not shrink from the amount of time she will have to de vote to ner bath as she would if she Knew a dirty and stained frock was awaiting her attention No matter how heated the rider may be she should never make the mistake of using cold water the first thing after a ride In fact it is veryhard to get clean by the use tf cold water alone oven when accom panied by hard rubbing It is true that the exercise has opened the pores and that u great quantity of effete substance has been sluiced out with the perspiration But the dash of cold water shuts the pores with a snap and wnatever matter is left there is enclosed to be reabsorbed by the body So the first plunge must be into warm water The soaking feels grateful after the tension of the ex ercise and the relaxation of the muscles is likely to tempt any one to remain too long in the tub But the time for letting oneself go is not yet There must first be a vigorous rubbing either with a flesh brush or with a rough clot or with a bath mitten of Turkic toweling or some such material TjJis is perhaps best since the hand thus covered goes over the whole body with an energy it can not gain when holding a washcloth The use of soap is open to dis cussion It is generally taken as a matter of course and yet I have known competent physicians who claimed that it did no good The skin that has been first stimulated as oy the 4 1 i S j 1 j ikA bicycle horse back ride or other vig rous exerCIse and then coaxed Into more work by the application of warm water does not need soap in order to mako it clean The rubbing I have described will suffice for that The waste matter is removed by the friction without the use of soap Yet there is no objection to this if a good plain toilet soap is use 1odet- hat is not highly perfumed or toe drying in its effect fcvery bit of this should be washed from the skin before the cold spray is used to close the pores und brace the system after the relaxation of the warm tubThe cold spray seems a rather heroic measure but it is only for awhile that it impresses tne bather as n trial In n short time she craves it and feels no shrinking from the tingling of ice cold water even after a very hot bath The spray ing need not last longonly a min ute It is a mistake to continue it until one becomes chilled and looses the bracing effect As a mutter of course there are some bathrooms where a spray cannot oe used because of the arrangement of the faucets or tor some other reason This is a pity but it need not oblige one to renounce the douche Tne pitcher to which I have already referred can be used or one can adopt the simple expedient of a man I knew who used the common or garden variety of watering pot as a means for attaining a cold spray The stimulation of the srfin is pur sued by friction with a rough towel The ordinary towel will not serve Sometimes even the Turkish towel gets soft and in such cases it is well to pass it through a little starch water before drying it It should never be ironed ol course The ideal method is to take halt an hours rest after the bath and if the ride has been a long and hard one or if the course over tbe links of the contest in the tennis courts has been unusually fatiguing it isworth while to give half an hour to repose But the healthy active woman does not usually need it unless she has rather overdone But I hear a woman say It may be all very well to talk about taking time to oaths and to rest for the woman who has been playing golf or tennis but it is out of the question for the woman who rides a wb el Her machine has to be cleaned before it is put awuy Not at all my dear girl or madam In the days before the chainless bi cyle came into service this might have been thecase With the drivinz mechanism neatly encased and amply protected from mud and dust and even from rain there is no more trouble after a return from a ride than there is in hanging up a racket or setting the bag of golf sticks in the corner Always following a bath therA must be rome precautions adopted against cold Even the cola spray and the hard rub have not done every thingaud tne woman who sits In a draft when she has just dressed after bar bath runs a great risk This is especially the case after exercise bat it is true also when one has taken the bath without preced ing it by the ride the walk or the game Sometimes one marvels what has become of the common sense that was presumably dealt out to all mortals when they came into this worldI have such a mean headache said a woman to me the other day The only way I can accoant for it Is that I forgot how soon after dinner it was last night nnd as I was tired I took a hot bath before going to bed early I have felt rather queer all day And she was a sensible woman old enough to have Known better I Yet from sheer carelessness she did a thing which might have had a fatal resultThe frequency with which such a bath as I have described may be taken is a mooted question There are some persons to whom it is as regular an everyday function barring ill health aa is their breakfast or their dinner I have known those who bathed morning and night as wella rather foolish thing to do according to the doctors Some persona canuqt stand a plunge bath oftener than every other day It is all a matter of phy- S C i S a i to rtj tiC Sct 0 r i txa steal condition To those who have formed the daily bath habit it is a real privation to give it up When can I have a bath Doctor queried a woman who was just emerging from a dangerous illnefs lIt seems an age since I was in a tub My dear Madam returned the physician tartly I have known patients as sick as you have been who have not had soap and water come near them for six weeKS And you have really been kept very clean 1I The assurance tout one is clean does not take the place of the tub and spray to one who has the habit of these Least of all can one give it up when the bard ride the fiercely disputed game has brought one into a perspiration that causes the whop being to cry out for a tubbing The woman who does her wheeling or her playing later in the day must deny herself the morning bath for the salve of the one that will follow exercise 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 gating 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 ny Blood Balm Among others Mrs BM Uuerney Warrior Stand Ala Her nose and lips were raw as beef with offensive discharge from the eating sore Doctors advised cutting but it failed BloodBalm healed the sores and Mrs Guerney is as well as ever Botanic Blood Balm also cures eczema itching humors scuba and scales bone pains ulcers offensive pimples blood poison carbu ncle scrofula rising and bumps on the skin and all blood troubles Druggists 1 per large bottle Sample of Botanic Blood Balm free and prepaid by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ud Describe trouble and special medical advice bent 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 easesTO HOLD FOR 6 6 2 At a meeting of the tobacco grow ers of the New Bethel school dis trict March 1 1004 it was agreed that we hold the present crop of to bacco at 0 0 and 2 that IP for no one to taKe less than the above named price and we ask that each and every school district in the county cooper ate with us in this matter So we hope you will call a meeting in your district and send a delegate to the county convention which meets at Hardinsburg the first Saturday in April who will work and vote for this measureC L HawKins Chairman D S Miller Secretary The above card was received by R H McQavocfc of near town Mr McGavock earnestly request every local union of the American Society of Equity into whose hands the above information may fall to have a call meeting say Saturday night following this publication and talk over the matter and send a delegate to the convention at Hardinsburg the first Saturday in April Monuments in Meade J E Keith S Son shipped last week a family monuwent for Richard Willett also a Woodman of the World monument for Wilbur L Willett to be erected at the Buck Grove cemetery Meade county Quit Mercantile Business Stephensport Ky March 23Spe- malA B McKaughn R Son nave I sold their stock of goods to Robt French of Ammons and have retired from the mercantile business Read This Richmond Ky Feb 9 1901 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir I have used one bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery- for Kidney and bladder trouble I weighed ICO pounds when 1 began using it today I weigh 170 pounds and I feel better than I have in twenty years and I cneerfully recommend- it to the public Respectfully John A 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 nail on receipt of 1 One small bottle is two months treatment and seldom tails to perfect a cure Dr E W Jail sole manufacturer P O Bo 629 St Luis Mo Send for testimonials Said by all druggists Once I i031 Olive street 4tg f u il fly r aw L eeeeslieesaatli e9essceseeesoeesaesseeosesseeeeeees I I IIrunI ltIlouruKesthellornivaeKrrs iTOURIST SLEEPING CARS IllrergingScheduleDocembor151t03lleturnlim Tourist Sleeper will arrive St Louis following Monday In Train No i 1 SOUTh =S3iptoI 143111111 14OPtllIJ M 010 urn BERTH RATE ArArArArArArLvLvo11ToxMidArAr LrIvITArAr m 1206 m 1040 m ISdOnn 1150 am 050 545 um I S K mlFurI assetrsssssussesesseeeseeasssessesssssesseesss + 4+ + + e NNN N N NN i3iM H GABBERT i of Elizabethtown Ky DISTRICT AGENT FORZHOME 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 find town property Prompt settlements guaranteed in case of loss Prompt attention given to any natters that may come up i J B HERNDON Solicitor Irvington Ky NNNNeNe N N1NN00 N1N NN N 1N NN1 ShortTalks On Advertising ByCharlesAustinBates It is a firstrate rule never to do any advertising from which it would be impossible to trace any results There is a great deal of talk about the mystery of advertisements and its uncertainty but there really isnt any more mystery or any more uncertainty about it than there is about any other business un dertakingA play buy a box of soap and shove it under the counter and leave it there until it gets so hard as to be utterly valueless TJis same roan chit buy advertising space and so use it that he will derive no benefit from it There is no need of his wasting the soap or the advertising Run your advertisingi i A nrstrato rule with the SlUllO common sense that you do the ret of your business and there will be no guesswork about it It will pay every time and always but do not 1 buylittle h u u p pe1l1mmlaI A grocer buys a box of soap and sboves It under till counter R beautiful or rich Use NORTH 720 nm 910 pm There is not one time in ten thousand that you clot tell absolutely whether this kind of advertising pays or not The chances are one hundred to one that it does not t Put your hopo3 in the newspaper Talk about some certain thinkand then get ready for tho customers If it is a good thing at the right price and you have told about it plainly and forcibly 1 you will sell itsure- If your business isnt largo enough to justify extensive adertising better confine your work to the columns of the best paper in the town It is att peoplethencustomersin townthose whose trade is most de sirable are the ones who take the paper Its circulation is mado up of the cream of tho community and you had hotter get all tho trade you can out of that circulation before you turn to something else lAyersPills beardxbrown black The dose is one just one pill at bedtime Sugarcoated mild certain Theay cure I constipation Loweiiau i BUCKINGHAMS DYE nm era or DMJOOUM oatur atu a oxlUiuDiflu Fountain Pens For Sale Cheap J D Babbages 11 A tr The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY MARCH 23 10H IRVINGTON Mrs H W Herndon will return to her home in Henderson today Lawrence Speaks and Frank Carter who have been aloe with measles are much better Sam Admssin and Camillas Bandy of near Lodlburg were here Satur day shopping Con Bland and family of Brand enburg were here Sunday to see Mrs Blands relatives Evangelist Smith gave a fine ser mon Sunday morning to a llarge and appreciative audience Miss Dolly Olnycmnb left last week to take a position liSclerk witn The Fair at Cloverport Hubert Piggott came home from mhool last weeK to enjoy a short stay with the homofolks MIRS Bottle McGhee has returned to Lomsvillo whore she has a posi tion with Madam Frazier Miss Ellen Mnuforcl left last week fur a visit to the Misses Tydlngq at Wtf E Broadway LOl1lsi1leIBanks Drury came Louisville last weeK and is with his brother George at the farm Evangelist Smith land Rev Den tn are making their home with Mr had Mrs A B Coleman while here Ladies let me call your attention to the beautiful separate skirts sold by Mrs McCoy They are well made and latest cut R B McGlothlan and George Drury returned from the city Thursday where they had gone with a car of fine stock Prof Tuttles illustration and ex planation of the Siindsyschodl llesson was very much appreciated by a Jorge Sunday school last Sunday We understand Miss Teaff has rented the business house formerly ocoumed oy Shellman Co and will have for sule all kinds of millinery goodsQuite merry was the dinner part which enjoyed the good cheer that always prevails in the Munford home on last Friday The occasion was In honor of Mrs H W Herndon of HendersonMrs McCoy our energetic milliner will have an opening of her goods right soon She will re turn tomorrow from Louisville so ladles look out for the latest and pret tiest things in this line Our town was over run with in surance men last weeK and among the most prominent and talkative were Col George Madden eapt Henry Head and Dick Nevitt A very jolly and agreeable class of gentlemen are these Policy Men II Miss Cecil Spradlin assisted by Misses Nannie McGhee aad Eva Payne will art as hostess for the meeting of the Baptist Young People Friday afternoon at threeI oclock After the regularlesson and business the reading of Ben Hur will be lead by Mss Mary Wrather =You Know What You Are Taking When you take Grove Tasteless Chill Ton- IC because the formula Is plainly printed on every bottle showing that it Is simply Iron and Quinine In a tM8teleltl form No euro No pay Price Mr PELLVILLE Barn to iowife of Guy Temple March 14 a fine boy John R Long will go into the poultry business A T Skinner Jr tins moved on his farm in this county Bion Mosely sold l125 worth of young steers to Press Ford of Whites ville last week H D Brown and Pearl Stevens went to Owensboro Wednesday to look after their lumber interests W A Hawes finished delivering his large crop of tobacco of 25000 Ayers For hard colds bronchitis asthma and coughs of all kinds you cannot take any thing better than Ayers CherryPectoral Cherry Pectoral Ask your p own doctor if this is not so He uses it He understands why it soothes and heals I had a terrible couth for weeks Then I took Ayer Cherry rectors1 and only one buttlo completely cured me lue Jili IMMOHTH St Joseph Mich 26e 80cflOO J c AVER CO flrllllllUfor wellrta- rCoughsCoIcIs You will hasten recovery by taking ono of Ayers Pills at bedtime SORE HANDS Itching Burning Palms Painful Finger Ends Shapeless Nails SORE FEET Inflamed Itching Burning Sore Tender and Perspiring J rONE NIGHT TREATMENT I Soak the hands on retiring in strong hot creamy lather of Cutlcura Soap Dry and anoint freely with Cutlcura Ointment the great skin euro and purest of emollients Wear during the night old loose kid gloves or bandage lightly in old soft cotton or linen For red rough and chapped hands dry fissured Itching feverish palms with brittle shapeless nails and wonderful ends this treatment Is simply frequently curing in a single application Complete local and constitutional treatment for every humour of the skin scalp and blood with loss of hair may now be had for one dollar Bathe with hot water and Cutisura Soap to cleanse the surface of crusts and scales and soften tho thickened cuticle Dry without hard rubbing and apply Cuti ciiru Ointment freely to allay Itching Irritation and inflammation and soothe rood heal and lastly take the Cutlcura Resolvent Wills to cool and cleanse the blood This treatment affords Instant relief permits rest and sleep In the severest forms of Eczema and other Itching burning and scaly humours nnd points to a speedy permanent and economical cure of torturing disfigur ing humours from pimples to scrofula from Infancy to age when all other remedies and the best physicians tall 8oM throughout world Cntlcnr IfciolTfntSOe la form of ChocoUU Cored Itlli S3e per Ylol of 001 Olnl ment Me Soup Sfc Dtpotn Londja 27 ChtrterhoaM Sq Pin i sue di It Tilxi nmtnn 1 7 Columbus Ave Ft ti r Drug Cbtra Cor UJ6 nil for now to CurEveytlunou- rpounds at Owensboro last week Dr J C Bush of Cannelton will be in Hardinsburg March 25 to 31 to practice dentistry- H D Drown and Pearl Stevens have about twenty teams hauling lumber from their mill to Owensboro Deputy Sheriff Brown was here last week and summoned John Buraett Mort Moselfand Pearl Stevens us I jurors for circuit court at Hawesville next week Mis Dolly Jett is at Barlpw City Ballard county visiting her sister Mrs C W Downs who with her husband moved there in February from Kirk Bob Adams in trying his strength at a knocking machine in Owensboro Monday dislocated hIs wrist and is laid up He says he will never hit at a pad again =Phil Baete will break up housekeeping and go to Louisville He says the trip to the St Louis sanitarium did his wife no good and the condition of her mind is gradually growing worse Phil is a good man and his wife is an exceptionally good lady Tney have the sympathy of everyone Miss Maude Morris our clever lady merchant returned from Louisville last week whither she had gone to purchase goods Miss Maude is one ol the few girls who made her start by raising tobacco and she knows just as well how to run a general store FRYMIRE1 Measles in the community- Mr Horsley lost a cow and two calvesMrs Paris Barr and son Homer visited Mrs J W Barr Saturday Mr Peckingpaugh and son of Indiana are visiting Mr Dodson near hereS J Brashear and family spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs J W BarrMr and Mrs Charles Graham spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Sum Bassett Charlie Basinger on Saturday sold all his personal property preparatory to moving west George Kroush and Emit Olaycomb of Union Star visited relatives at this place Saturday Dr J C Bush of Cannelton will be in Hardmsburg March 25 to 31 to practice dentistry Kludge Carter of Clo verport was in this community speaking in behalf of the A S of E x Mrs B F Gilliland left Saturday to visit her COUSIn Cornelia Bra shear of Indiana who is in very bad healthWe have just learned of the death of Alex Hendry of Raymond ono ot our best and oldest citizens He died of pneumonia and heart affection Rev I C Argabright preached at the Frynuio sohoolhoueo Sunday at 10 oolock and will continue to hove appointments 44iis place each second Sunday V C f J I GARFIELD Wnooplng cough and measles in town Ollie Priest has moved back to his farmMiss Claude Bruner Is quite low with consumption Earl Mattingly is home again after a few weeks stay in Vine Grove Sunday Jessie Bullock was able to be out at church Sunday after several weeks i mess Dr J C Bush of Cannelton will ba In Hardinsburg March 25 to 81 to practice dentistry Verner Mattingly spent Saturday and Sunday at Hawesville with relatives and friends Miss Minnie Pool has returned home from a very pleasant visit to relatives in Daviess county Rev E B English tined his reg uiar appointment at the Baptist church Saturday and Sunday J H MorcdocK conducted the prayer meeting service at the Presby terian church last Wednesday night- A A Richardson has purchased a new gasoline engine and will soon be ready for grinding and crushing corn Mra Annie Hardaway and children of Bewloyville visited her parents Mr and Mrs D C Johnson last week Mrs Eliza Compton and baby Pauline of Hardinsburg visited her parents Mr and Mrs Jesse Macy last week Tommy Dowoll has purchased the Jim Bruner lot and will erect a dwelling house on it eoon Truly our town isimproving- Mrs Leo Sipes went to Lodiburg Saturday to be with her sister and brother inlaw Mr and Mrs Charlie Pate for a few days MuklriK the Chance Even In days when tavern brawls in England were frequent and swords wire out on the slightest provocation com mon fairness demanded that the blades of chance combatants should be of affraythereing swords so the authorities tooT the matter Into their own hands at the gates of the city of London where every gallant was liable to be challenge and If the public ofltylal found any blade beyond thirtysix inches the smith stood byto snnp off the steel to the required length In Queen Ella abcths reign this was the common practice Dread Freshly made bread Is more indi gestible than stale bread becituse it is more moist and becomes more solid in the mouth hence more Impenetrable to the saliva and the gastric Juices For the same reason bread crust Is more digestible than what Is beneath It being drier Bread may be unfit for use from being made of adulterat ed or too old flour by turning sour or developing a bitter taste from the yeast from getting moldy and from insulHcIent fermentation In the rising process which leaves It too heavy for the digestive fluids to act well upon Ear ii 1 11 FT n Spanking Mrs BrownI was downtown yes terday I didnt know but I might meet you Mrs Greene I was down town too and Im awfully sorry I flldnt see you Little Johnny Greene Ala dont you remember we saw Mrs Browns dog and you said Come lets hurry away from here That old cat must be somewhere near What old cat did you menu ma MRS CECELIA STOWE Orator Entro Nous Club 170 Warren Avenue CHICAGO ILL Oct 22 1902 For nearly foqr years I suffered from ovarian troubles The doc tor insisted on an operationaa the only way to pet well I however i strongly objected to an operation My husband felt disheartened asp well as I for home with a sick woman is a disconsolate place at best A friendly druggist advised him to get a bottle of Wine of Cardui for mo to try and he did so began to improve in afew days and my recovery vru very rapid With in eighteen weeks I was another being pt Mrs Stowes letter shows every womtmhoWahoml illaddenedby oalntesandhowennpleteltWinei nest and brings health and hanpi nees again Do not go on tu4sr todayandof Ciudni WlNEtCARDUl t a s t 1111 11 JUDGE OF THE SUPREME COURT Was Alarmingly Afflicted With La Grippe Cured by Peruna S Perunacures curesmore cases grippethan other remediescombined HON H PARSONS I W II Parsons is ExStato Senator and ExSpecial Judge of tho Supremo Court of Texas also BrigadierGeneral in Confederate Army In a recent letter from 925 II Street N W Washington DO this prominent gentle man says Upon the recommendation ofpersonal friends and many strong test monials as to the efficacy of Peruna In the treatment of the numerous symptoms of the grippe with which I have been afflicted for four months past I have been Induced to undergo a treatment this Justly cele brated formula I feel a decided change for the better after using It only one week It Is especially good In toning up the stomach and has had a decided effect upon my appetite I therefore feel much encouraged that I am on the road to complete restoration My numerous friends In Texas where I have had the honor to com mand a brigade ot her Veteran Cavalry In a four years war may accept this voluntary testimonial to the merits of Peruna as a sense ot obligation on my part for Its wonderful efficacy W H Parsons There Is no remedy in tho world that meets tho conditions produced by la grippe bettor than the remedy Peruna Poruna strengthens as it renovales pnrSntivclor 1 reward 10000 been deposited Market Exchange Bank Colum Ohio guarantee above testimonial genuine that hold ourpossession authentic letters certifying Every one of timonials genuine words of the whose name appended Grand Ball FIRST OF THE SEASON Will be Given Friday April 8 1904 In W N Pate Sons store house at Mattingly In the evening a supper will served in the building Good order I will nished be preserved and good music W N PATErSON LAHANT Mrs Marlon Hardesty is much im provedLon has purchased a farm from Corlon Francis Baysinger ws Thurs day on Mr Hickerson will move to Lauant this coming week Born March 23 to the fife of John Wasson a son Verge Hickerson was here Saturday in the lumber business Hickerson was the of Miss Nora Yates Sunday Edgar Baysinger is preparing to farm this year with his brother Baysinger- Dr J 0 Bush of Cannelton will be In Hardinsburg 25 to 31 to practice dentistry There Is one rational way to treat nasal catarrh the medicine is ap- plIed direct to the mem brano The remedy is Elys Balm It restores the Intl med tissues to a healthy state without drying nil tho life out of them and It gives oaok the lost senses of taste and smell The sufferer who is tired of vain experiments should use Cream Balm Druggists it for 50 pts Ely Brothers 50 Warren Street New York nail it i1 J j 0 n 1 il o 1 IiIi Jit of all W with I soothes while It stimulates heals as It i I IrlYSTIC 0 L Pate is very low Ben T Beauchainp is sick CloverportlastMr and Mrs Jim Roberts went to Cloverport Saturday Remus Basham is improving after an of lagrippe Miss AdKlns of Sample is very stair lagrippe Lum Bane anti are expect ing to go to California week The Henderson is making improvements on the road at this place Dr J C Bush of Cannelton will he In Hardinsburg 25 to 31 to practice dentistry Mrs Lee Beauchamp was called to Sample last week to see her Miss Mary Adkins who is SICK The people of this neighborhood have oats so highflut of the ground it is doubtful tbJF ever the groundfand Carrie Harrison Myrtle Beauchamp were at Mystic last week Miss Myrtle Beauchamp is able to be out again Beauchamp and Macey who went to West Virginia recently say they are well satisfied and like the work but smallpox getting close to them Dudley A + u i I 1iQ 1 d ir reaches the source of all diseased of the mucous membranes by its action on the t vasomotor system of nerves Every person who has had la grippe during tho year should take a course of No ono need oxpect perfect 1has1 tho whole mucous membrane and good health is impossible until these are restored to a condition This Peruna will do Agrcat many romeply j dies have been suggested for this dltlon from time to time but Porura + appears to bo flio only remedy that has any substantial value in these cases It has failed to give satisfaction during forty years experience and stilt occupies the unique position of tho loading If not tho only specific rem for the aftereffects of la grippe Henry tho Inventor and maker i of all tho band instruments for tho Henry Dlstln Manufacturing Co writes tho following from 1141 South Ninth street Philadelphia Pa I had a bad attack of la grippo last December lasted moro than three months and which loft mo with trot and several of my friends advised mo to try I began with a bottle tho first week in March and it certainly did mo a great deal of good I was so well satisfied that I purchased another bottlo and followed tho directions and can say that It has cured molIcnry Dlstln 1factorywrite at onco to Dr Hartman giving a full statement of your case and ho will be pleased to give you his valuable ads vice Address Dr Hartman President of I Tho Hartman Sanitarium Columbus O I A of has in the bus as a that the is we in to the same our tes fare and in the one is on new be fur Severs here business Orbie guest Frank March affected Cream sell will b441 la quite attack Mary with family next Bouto March sister quite reach Misses Nora and Byon Frank Is i last Pcruna normal conf never being edy Dustin white catarrh Peruna gratis STEPHENSPORT Remember the Easter goods at R A Shellman Mrs S B Schopp is spending this week in Louisville Pastor J T Lewis filled the pulpit tat the Baptist church Sunday f Sam H Dix an family spent Sun day with Mr and Mrs R ASbell 1 man R A Snelluian has purchased 100 gallons of PeaslseGaulbert Mastio paint AiiSundaymother Ypu will find a nice assortment of wagon and buggy paint at R A + fShellmans JDr J 0 Bush of Cannelton will be in Hardinsburg March iJo to 31 tofjpractice dentistry 1 Come out to the ladies mlsslonaryi meeting at the Baptist church today 4at 230 in the afternoon Mrs F 0 Ferry and son Miller I were the guests of her parents Mr and Mrs E H Miller the first of the week Wm McMillen and family after W rIndturned home Mrs Lizzie Paulman returned home Sunday from Owensboro where n she lied spent the winter with her daughter Mrs Harvey Adams f When in need of house rout und family paints varnish and varnish stain call on R A Shellman Satisfaction guaranteed on price and quality t DR FENNERS KIDNEYand Backache XidneyscuREdladder a Dont become discouraged There Is a Fannerliecases as yours All consultation Free I have been a sufferer from rhnematUn for over ten years and have often been con fined to my bod for several days and suffered intensely Dr Tenners Kidney and BackachetCure afforded relief at once I new fool aa well as I over have in my life YoDrurglstsFor Sale By Short k Hayncs L- x n4a p