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Digital page images are linked to the text file. u THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINTV- OLf XXVIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 30 1904 8 Pages NO 37 BECKHAM PUTS PEN TO BILLS r K 4I Gov Beorfham signed a number of- A l r bills last weeK that were passed by the t A General Assembly towards the close of the session used the axe freely on some and allowed others to become laws without his approval The f other bills that have been signed by i the Governor have been published in previous issues of the News G Only those that are of local interest and of general importance are given- H B No 110 by R W Miller Authorizing the condemnation of n passway through private property when necessary for the ingress or egress of persons who otherwise would be out off from a passway to theIr propertyH No 110 by F A Lochrey t i Requiring livery stable keepers to Keen T record of all vehicles used se curing the signature of the patron and requiring him to state how long he wishes to use the horse or conveyance nnd hew far he intends to go Any violations of the law aro declared to be a misdemeanor the oenaltj being fine or imprisonment or both The giving of a fictitious name also comes under the ban of this law- S B No J9 by Henry George Making it unlawful to sell liquor by wholesale in a local option district oxcapt that manufacturers may sell their own make The exception IS made in order that distilleries may not bA driven out of local option districts S B No 189 Authorizing counties to issue bonds for the construction of turnpikes and gravel roads Upon petition of 15 per cent of the voters the County Judge is required to call an election to decide whether or not bonds shall be issued for that purpose- S B No 42 by J Embry Allen I Appropriating 15050 for improve I ments at the Eastern Kentucky Asy I lum at Lexington Tli3 original bill called for an appropriation of 183 091 for the same purpose Richardsonjon rectified whisky and 25 cents on portions of barrels- S B No 107 by R H Fleming allows trust companies to organize In counties of less than 75000 popula tion with from 15000 to 25000 cap = ital stock H B No 19 by J C Summers Providing that on each package of fertilizer there shall be a tag bearing the date of inspection the ingredients and the weight of the package the object being to prevent the defraud uponythem worthless H B No 25 by Carl DayThis act prohibits the coeducation of I tbe races and affects only Beren College in Madison county This F institution has existed for nlnost half a century and is said to be the iionly coeducational of the 1Jdnd in the South Under the Day 1 I law Berea College cannot exist after July of this year unless it provides n separate school either for the whites t or the blacks at a distance of not less than twentyfive miles from the seat of Berea College- H B No 45U by Charles E Day k Authorizing fourthclaps towns to levy a tax of 75 cents Instead of lJO i cents as provided in the present law t qfor public school purposes- i1 r H D No 249 by B W Miller t Prohibiting the sale or transportation of wild turkeys pheasants grouse partridge tend quail within the State of Kentucky Makes it unlawful for a common carrier to carry gamA j ex cept in popesslon of the hunter who lawfully killed it Each bird or fowl ii made a separate offense and the penalty IB from 10 to 25 for the first offense and from 25 to 50 for any subsequent offense H B No 205 bv E K Renaker Requiring that the records of the auryey made by the county survey ors shall be preserved There has been some J carelessness in the preserva lion of these surveys thus losing some valuable records which citizens often have occasion to refer to So B No 82 by J Embry Allen Appropriating 15000 annually du addition to the present allowance 11 meeting the regular expenses of tl11 State A and M College at iLxlng tonS B No 153 by W A Byron Appropriating 20000 to place a statue of Goebel in or in front of the new State CapltJl 8 B No 78 by S E DeHaven i Providing that automobiles shall not move at a greater rate of speed than fifteen miles an hour on the highway i SJ11 jf and requiring the driver to come to a stop upon signal from persons who meet them while driving horses or other animals News of the Churches Presiding Elder J T Rushing held regular quarterly meeting at the M E church South Saturday and quarterly conference Monday Sun day morning Rev Rushing delivered a strong sermon and the choir sang Gloria in Excelsis At the evening services the choir delighted a large audience with an excellent rendition of selections from The Crucifixion and Rev Rushing delivered nnotho r strong and interesting sermon The usual Palm Sunday service were held at the Catholic church b Father Brey Sunday Rev Christian preached at the Baptist church morning and evemni Sunday SHORT HAYNES UNUSUAL OFFER Sell Dr Rewards Specific at llalfPrice and Guarantee a Cure It isnt often that we have faith enough in the medicine put up by other people to be willing to otTer to refund the money if it does not cure said Snort Haynes to n Breckenridge Newd man who dropped Into their store but we are glad tc sell Dr Howards specific for the cure of constipation and dyspepsia on that basis liThe Dr Howard company ir order to get a quick introductory sale authorizes us to sell their regular fifty cent bottles at half piles 25 cents and although we have sold a lot of it and have guaranteed every package not one has teen brought back as unsatisfactory- One great advantage of this specific he continued is its small dose and convenient form There are sixty doses in a vial tnat can be carried in the vest pocket or purse and every one has more medicinal power than a big pill or tablet or a tumbler of mineral water To Move Barber Shop Chas Hamman will move his oar ber shop this week from the rear o the Lightfoot building on the north side of Main street to the packin room in the eastern half of M Ham man Sons furniture store The packing row is being divided by ia petition and the front apartment will oe used for the barber shop The new location is much oet er than tht old one Wakeful Children For a long time the two year old child of Mr P L McPherson 59 N Tenth St Harrisburjj Pu would sleetI 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 ol Chamberlains Stomach and Tablets which quilted her stomach and she slept the whole night through Two boxes of these Tablets have effect ed a permanent euro and she is now well and strong For sale by Short Haynes Loading Two Barges Capt Ira Bernard is loading a barge with hame timber on the Dhonai farm on Clover creek this week for too United States Hame Co at Tel1 City He will also load a barge withl cottonwcod timber near Tobinsport which will be need by a heading fac tory I suffered from catarrh of the worst kind and never hoped for euro but Elys Cream Balm seems to do Sven thatOscar Ostrom 45 Warran Ave Chicago 111 I suffered from catarrh it got sc bad I could not work I used Elys Cream Balm and am entirely well A C Clarke 841 Shawmut Ave Boston Mais The Balm does not irritate or cause sneezing Sold by druggists at 50 eta or mailed by Ely Brothers CO Warren St New York Taken to Cannelton A partially sunken section of the Big Sandy wharf boat from Cincinnati which was caught above Tobins port several weeks ago was raised last week by the towboat Marie and crow id taken to Canneltoii to be wreck CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Boars the Signature of J a1J f L m 1 iin WIND AND RAIN CAUSE DAMAGE 1 Two severe rain and wind storms swept through the Ohio Valley lout weeK doing a great amount of dam age to farm buildings and fences in many sections and causing some loss of life Tne rain in some sections was the heaviest known for years and Hundreds of people were rendered homeless by Hooded districts Lightn ing during the storm on Tuecday killed several persons and heavy hill caused the death of ninny young pigs stormyFriday night was mure sever than the one Tuesday in some parts of the country In Indiana eight persons wero drowned in floods and the property loss was about 10000000 ArKansas Michigan and other states suffered in an equal manner No one was killed in this county but one former resident lost his life by lightning and another was seriously injured Wm Masterson aged nine teen whose home was formerly at Lahant six miles above Stephensport was Killed by a bolt of lightning at Goering Hancock county on Tuesday He leaves a wife and his parents Mr and Mrs Jan Masterson of this county His funeral was held at Blackford Thursday John Batt a motormtn for the cit railway company ol Ownesboro was nearly Killed Friday night by an awning and several tons of brick and mortar fallng on him on Main street in that city Two ribs were broKen and he received internal Injuries The result of his injuries Is doubtful Mr Batt is well known here where he resided several years ago From over the county reports have been leceived of much damage done to fences and firm buildings Barns Blown Down Raymond Ky March 208pe- ciallhe storm Friday night did considerable damage here Aaron thosefof J B Dntschke and Wm Hall were blown down lard on Webster Farmers Webster Ky March 29Spe cal Many of our farmers can not repair the damage done to fencing Fridaysnight in time to plant a crop Desire Full Attendance Hardinsburg Ky Marsh 20Spe cial President Granville S Wilson of the Breckenridge County Dane To bacco Growers Association was in town Monday He says the associa thou will meet here on Saturday April 2 to transact important busi ness A full attendance of till mem rHors and others who are in sympathy with the movement is desired Wm Cox Killed William Cox son of J D Cox of Henderson who is a relative of the Coxes of Breckenridge county was killed Wednesday afternoon near Hop kiusvilleon the Illinois Central railroad of which he was the foreman for the CeruleanSprings section Whilecrosslug a bridge he was thrown from a construe tion train his body striking the stone abutment and plunging into the swollen stream thirty feet below His body never came to the surface but was found be low the bridge when the river was drag ged Cox was thirty two years old and leaves a wife and three children Zack Cox of Ekron was among those who attended the funeral which was held at Corydon Ky Attractive Easter Window One of the most attractive window dis plays seen in a local store is J C Nolte and Bros Easter window Chas Fallen decorator The decorations represent the awakening of spring the central figure amidst a beautiful array oi birds flowers etc being a little fairy driving four white rabbits which are hitched to a tiny wagon on a field of green LOSS TO THE COUNTY Hardinabnrg Ky March 20Spe cal Mr Alexander Hendry who died last week at his home near Raymond was born in Scotland in 1831 While yet a small boy being an or phan he emigrated to this country and located In Trenton N J At the age of sixteen years he came to Kentucky where he lived until his death By truth he was a blacksmith He also owned a fine farm near Raymond and was a progressive upti date farmer and business man He wns married in 1802 to Miss Zeralda Pendleton To this union was born eight children who together with the widow survive to mourn his loss He was a kind affectionate husband and father and a true and faithful friend and in his death the county suffers the loss of one of its best and most valued citizens MRS G F WEST DEAD Hardinsburg Ky March 208pe- clnlMrs Green F West after a lingering illness died March 23 at the residence of her father Jubal HOOK Sr at this place The funeral was conducted the following day by the Rev W H Calvert the Interment being in the Elihu Meador graveyard near here The deceased leaves a husoand and three children and many relatives and friends to mourn her loss She was n devoted Christian woman and had been n faithful member of the church of her choice since early girl hoodThe sympathy of the community is with the stricken relatives in this tneir sad affliction C W Moorman Jr Buys Nelson J Miller sold on Monday his farm of 57 acres lying on the Har dins mill and Taul neighborhood road to C W Moorman Jr of this city for m Tragedy Averted Just in the nick of time our little boy was saved writes Mrs W Wat kins of Pleasant vJity Ohio Pneu monia had played sad havoc with him and n terrible cough set in besides Doctor treated him but he grew worse every day At length we tried Dr Rings New Discovery tor Consump tion and our darling was saved Hes now soundand well Everybody ought to know its the only sure cure for Coughs Colds and all Lung die ease Guaranteed by Short Haynes Druggists Price 50c and 1 Trial bottles free Walls Makes First Sales Hardineburg Ky March 20Spec- fiil Commissioner Lee Walls sold several tracts of land at the court house door Monday This is his first sale since his appointment as Master Commissioner Road Case Continued Hardinsburg Ky March 2USp- eclnlln the county court yesterday the case of Ralph Lucas and others for the establishment of a new road was continued for report ol the commiss ioner Huston Alexander to open said roadISixRound Glove Contest Barney Briddle and Ollie Walke col ored engaged in a sixround glove con test in the UBFhall on Front street Saturday night before n number of spectators The fight was a draw but Driddle the heavier man seemed to have the advantage The affair was pulled off nadir police protection and was a regulation contest Killed at Brazil- A telegram was received here Mon day announcing the death of Albert Jackson at Brazil Ind No particu lars were given except that he was killed by a train and the funeral would be held today Mr Jackson and his parents went to Brazil from Btepuensport about four years ago Chas Jackson left yesterday morning to attend the funeral of Mr Jackson wno was his cousin HEALTHis the Most Important No one can tell good baking powder from bad merely by the appearance The price is some guide but not an in fallible one Some cheap brands may raise the dough yet contain unwholesome ingredients 1 There is one safe sure way iieto follow the recommendations of the U S GOVERNMENT ANALYSTS THE HIGHEST AUTHORITIES ON HYGIENE THROUGHOUT THE WORLD THE BEST HOUSEKEEPERS EVER- YWHEREROYAL BAKING POWDER ABSOLUTELY PURE J L1 O = i= = = 11 i M 1tr Neat Stationery t r pm rr Best Values for the money to be found tjfa tfi All the latest weaves colors and shapes i 1i wiRegular 50c Paper40c X11 g i ir Regular a1 75c Paper50c 1 ID dll r 1 m Come and Examine My Nice Line Il- Y Y Y w I Wr 1jYgm 7 PLEADING JEWELER AND STATIONERi I CLOVERPORT KYSI I J J p 7p 7p 7p I Last Lecture April 9 Hardinsburg Ky March 29 p- ecialA W Hawks better known as Sunshine Hawks will deliver his popular lecture entitled People I Have Met at the City Hall on the evening of Saturday April 9 This will be the last lecture of the season Since the trustees of the town have decided to exact a license from the Lyceum they have decided that they cannot afford to continue tbese lectures and readings They have already lost 100 and they feel that a license tax is too great a burden to bear as it would simply amount to an additional loss which they would have topay As this is the last lecture of the series it is hoped that a large audience will hear Mr Hawks Mrs G W Short was the hostess of the Ladies Reading Club last Thursday afternoon AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAUAAAAAAAA q SEND YOUREE Jewelry Repair Work To W B Oelze CloverportYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY e AYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYVYYY YYYYYYYYVYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY f Iv r IL1i ti i 5 i A r 5 y 11111111111II1 I I i III tl + 1I11III11IIII111 11111 ftS a THE STROLLERS x By FREDERIC S ISHAM Author of Under the Rose kkk j Copyright 1902 by THE BOwEN MERRILL 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home In our old age when the limbs are faltering and life is falling Going to the secretary he took out a bos that had not been opened In years and with trembling fingers turned over many papers lIe shivered and thinking It was cold stirred the fire Returning to the secretary he took from time box n package tied with a ribbon still after the lapse of these many yours slightly fragrant and he breath ed that perfume so faint so subtle while recollections smote him like a knife Its scent was familiar to him It seemed to bring life to the dead and for the moment in his minds eye he mw her glowing figure the love of his youth with Hashing revengeful eyes and noble mien lie cowered over the desk as If shrinking from an avenging spirit while the perfume like opt um tilled his brain with strange fan tastes lIe strove to drown remem brance but some force it seemed not his own drove him irresistibly to un tie that ribbon to scrutinize many old theater programmes and to gaze upon a miniature In ivory depicting a wom an In the loveliness of her charms but whoee striking likeness to the young actress he timid just seen filled his heart with strange fear Some power surely it could not have been his will which rebelled strenuously Impelled him to open those letters and to read them word for word The tenderness of the epistles fell on his heart as though to scorch it and he quivered like a guilty wretch Ills eyes were fascinated by these words In her last letter Should you desert me and your unborn child your end will be miser able As I believe In retribution I am sure you will reap as you have sown Suddenly time render In a frenzy threw the letter to the floor and train pled on it He regarded the face In the miniature with fear and hatred and dashing It into the drawer called down maledictions on her Ho ceased abruptly I weak and wavering I am going Insrtue he said laughing harshly Fool To let that wom ans memory disturb me So much for her dire prophecy And he snapped his fingers and dropped the letter iu the lire What can her curse avalir be said nlouU She Is gone turned to ashes like that paper end there is no lift after this one All then Is nothing emptiness a blank I need rest It Is this urs4 dyspepsia which has made me nwons Something to compose me sad torn to bed In spite of soothing powders how ever be pined a restless night and arose uorefresned but ordered his valet to bring one of his lightest suits and Imrtng dressed be gt a white hewer upon his coat while the servant proceeded to apply various pigments to time wrinkled face until It took on mocking semblance to time countenance of a mean fifteen years younger The marquis leered at himself In the pier glass and assumed a jauntiness of do inennor he WitS far from feeling I do not look tired or worried Fran ooter Not nt nil my lord replied the ob Mttijuloim valet I never saw you my lord apiHnr so young and well Beneath the surface Francois there are ago arid weakness answered the marquis In n melancholy tone It Is but n passing Indisposition my lord asserted the servant soothingly Iorhnps Hut Francois peering aronndn8 1 look over my shoulder do you know what I see- The almost hideous expression of the runes face alarmed time servant No my lord What Is It A figure stands there In black and is touching mo It is the spirit of death Francois You cannot see it but there It Is MyI lord you speak wildly I lave seen some strange things Francois Time dead have arisen And i have received my warning Soon 1 shall join those dark specters which once gnyly traversed this bright world A little brandy and soda Francois The servant brought It to him The mowuila donned awfully over his BhOUl t Itdc lIll side they knelt del once more lour Hen tl1 mj guest he exclaimed laughing harsh- lyI Rut my hat Francois I have business to perform important bus ness 11 lie ambled out of the room On the street he was all politeness removing his lint to a dark brunette who rolled by In her carriage and pausing to chat with another representative of the sex of the blond type Then he gayly sauntered on until reaching the thea ter he stopped and made a number of Inquiries Who was tho manager of Constance Carew Where was he to be found At the St Charles hotel He was obliged to monsieur the ticket seller and wished him good day Entering the hotel he sent his card to Barnes requesting an Interview and the manager overcome by the hon or of such n visit responded with nine rlty The customary formalities over the nobleman congratulated Barnes on the performance nnd led the conversa tion to the young actress Pardon my curiosity he said with apparent cnrelessneas but Im sure I remember an actress of the same name In London many years ago Her mother undoubtedly replied the manager proudly She was married was she not to A scoundrel who took her for hits wife In one church and repudiated the ties through another denomination Ah a Frenchi English marriage said the marquis blandly An old de vice But what was this lovers name This husbands my lord Lover or husband I fancy It is all the same to her now sneered the caller She has passed the point whero reputation matters Her reputation Is my concern M lo Marquis You knew her asked the noble man as though the conversation wearied him And she was faithful to his memory No scandals none of those little affairs women of her class are prone to Tlmereas Barnes start ed up inthlgnammtlyspnre me your re proaches Im too feeble to quarrel Besides what Is it to me I was onlyI curious about her that is all But she never spoke the name of her hus bandNot even to her own child She does not know her fathers name repeated the marquis But I thank you Mile Constance is so charming I must needs call to ask If she were related to the London ac tress Good day monsieur You are severe on time lover Was it not tile fashion of the day for the actresses to take lovers or for the fops to have an opera girl or a comedienne Did your most popular performers disdain such diversions he sneered Pardlc the world has suddenly become moral A gentleman can no longer It would seem indulge In gentlemanly follies Mumbling about the decadence of fashion the marquis departed his manner so strange the manager gazed after him in surprise With no thought of direction his lips moving talking to himself In ndynamlc fashion time nobleman walked mechan ically on until he reached the great cathedral The organ was rolling and voices arose sweet as those of sera phim lie hesitated at time portal and then laughed to himself Well has Voltaire said Pleasure has Its tin so too has wisdom Make love In thy youth and In old age attend to thy sal vation lie repeated the latter words hut although he paused at the threshold and listened he did not on tor As he stood there uncertain and trembling n figure Iepe with you arid vigor nppronrheil and glanclnj nt tier an exclamation escaped him tna caused her to pause and turn You are not well she said sollc itously Can I help your It Is nothing nothing answered the marquis ashy pale at the sight of her and tho proximity of that face wlrich regarded hIm with womanly sympathy Go away At least let mo assist you You were going to the cathedral Come Ills hand rested upon her strong voimir arm lIe felt himself too weak y ta to resist so together father and datig ter they entered the cathedral Bide by side they knelt he to keep up time farce fearing to undeceive her while yet only mocking words conic to the old mans heart as the bitterness of tile situation overwhelmed him She was a daughter In whom n prince mIght have found pride but he renmlne there mute not daring to speak ex perlenclng all the tortures of remorse and retribution and was only recalled to himself as his glance once more rested upon the young girl lIe became dimly conscious that people were moving past them and he sui doily longed to cry out My child1 but he fought down the Impulse Some thing within held him from speaking to her perhaps his own Inherent sense of the consistency of things his ap prcclatlon of the legitimate finale to a miserable order of cunistanccs Even pride forbade departure from long es tabllshcd habit But Vhllc this train of thought passed through his mind lie realized she was regarding him with clear compassionate eyes and he heard her voice Shall we go now The services are overlie obeyed without question 4 Overlie leaned heavily upon her arm and his steps were faltering Out Into the warm sunshine they passed the light revealing more plainly the ravages ot time In his face You must take n carriage she sail to the old man Thank you thank you he replied Leave me hero on the bench I shall soon be myself I am only n little weak You are good to an old man May I not asking solely for the pleasure of hearing her speak may 1 I not know the name of one who is kind to an old many My name Is Constance Carew lIe shook ns with time palsy A good name a good name he repeated 1 I remember years ago another of that name an actress In London A very beautiful women and good But even she had her detractors mend none more bitter than the man who wronged her You you resemble her But there dont let me detain you I shall do very well here You are busy I daresay Yes I should be at rehearsal she replied regretfully- At rehearsal Ue repeated Yes yes But the stage is no place for you he added suddenly You should leave itleave It She looked at him wonderingly Is there nothing more I can do for you j Nothing Nothing Exceptno nothingYou were about to ask something she observed with more sympathy- If you would not think me presum lugif you would not deem It an of fense you remind me of one I loved and lostIt is so long ago since I felt her kiss for the last time10m so near the grave With teaS In her eyes she bent her head and her fresh young lips Just touched his withered brow Goodby she said I am so sorry for you And she was gone leaving him sit ting there motionless as though life hind departed A rattling cab that clattered noisily ast the cablldo and calaboza and swung around the square aroused the mnrquls lIe arose stopped the driver and entered the rickety vehicle liThe law office of Marks Culver said the marquis The man lashed his horse and the attenuated quadruped flew like a winged Pegasus soon drawing up beforet- ime attorneys olllce Fortunately Culver was in and although averse business on any day thinking more toI hIs court yard and his fountain thnn of his Inw books this botanistsolicitor node shift to comply with the marquis Instructions and reluctantly earned a modest fee lIe even refused to express surprise at my lords story One wife in London another in Paris Why ninny a southern gentleman hUll two families quadroons being plcntl tut Why not Culver unobtrusively yawned and with fine courtesy bowed time marquis out Slowly the latter retraced his steps to his home Ills feet were heavy as lead his smile was forced he glanced frequently over his shoulder possessed jy a strange fantasy- I think I will lie down a little he said to his valet In this easy chair that will do I am feeling well only tired lie made an effort to smile which was little more than a grimace lA cigar Francois IMy lord arc you well The marquis flew Into a rage and the valet placed an imported weed In his masters hand lA light Francois The valet obeyed lIe pulled feebly at the cigar IIIt is cold here Francois The servant consulted the thermometer It Is G degrees warmer than you are accustomed to my lord he replied- I believe Francois stammered the marquIs that the fault lies with melt Is II who am growing cold like deaths Oh my lord The servant removed tho shoes anti liken stockings from iI masters feet and propped him up Hi a chair throw ng a blanket over his rhouldcrs and heaping more wood upon the fire In time grateMore fire you idiot cried the mar quis peelshlDo you not see that I1 am freezing lilt is 10 degrees above tho temperature my lord always ordered retorted rnncols coolly Ten degrees I Oh you wish to remind me that the end is approaching You do not dare deny itl The valet shrugged his shoulders Rat T ntn not crone yet He wncjrod his head cunningly and began to mugn to himself Ills mind apparently ram bled for ho started to chant a French love song In n voice that hind long since lost Its capacity for it sustained tone The words were distinct although the melody was broken and the spectacle was grewsome enough As he con cluded he looked nt the valet as If for approbation and began to mumble about his early love affairs Bali Francois he said shrilly Ill be up tomorrow as gay as ever Vive 1amour Vive la Jole It was a merry life we led eh Frnncols Merry indeed my tat It kept you busy FrancoIs There was the little peasant girl on the Ilhlnc What flaxen hair she had and eyes like tho sky Yet a word of praise a little flattery My lord was irresistible said the valet with mild sarcasm Let me see Francois What became of her Site drowned herself In the river That is true 1 had forgotten Well life is measured by pleasures not by years und I was the prince of cox combs Up at 10 oclock no sooner on account of the complexion then visits from the tradespeople und 11 drive in the park to look at the IndIes It was there I used to meet the English ac tress Twns there with lien I vowed the park was a garden of Eden What a scene when my barrister tried to settle the case Fortunately a marrlago in England was not a marriage in France I saw her last night Francois with an Insane lookIn the flesh and blood as lifelike ns the night before we took the stage for Brighton SuddenlyI he shrieked and a look of terror replaced the vain simpering expression There Frnncolsl glancing with awe behind him And truly there stood a duck shadow a grcwsomo presence Ills face became distorted and he lapsed into unconsciousness The valet gazed at him with indIffer- ence Then he went to an inner room Surd brought n valise which he began packing carefully and methodically After he hind completed this operation he approached the dressing table and took up u magnificent jeweled watch which he examined for a moment before thrusting It Into his pocket A snuffbox set with diamonds and several rings followed Francois with the same deliberation opened a drawer und took out a small box which he tried to open and falling forced the lid with the poker At this my lord opened his eyes and In a weak voice for his strength had nearly deserted him demanded What are you doing Francois Bobbing you my lord was the slow and dignified response Time marquis eyes gleamed with rage lie endeavored to call out but his voice failed him and he fell back trembling and overcome Thief Ingrate he hissed hoarse Ily I beg you not to excite yourself my lord said the stately valet You are already very weak and it will hasten the end Is this the way you repay me My lord will not need these things soonHave you no gratitude stammered the marquis whose physical and men till condition was truly pitiable Gratitude for having been called Idiot dog and blockhead nearly all my life I am somewhat lacking In that quality I fear Is there no shame In you Shame repeated Francois as he proceeded to ransack another drawer There Francois 1 There might have been before I went Into your service my lord Yes Once I felt shame for you It was years ago In London when you deserted your beautiful wife When I saw how she worshiped you and what a noble wow an she was I confess I felt ashamed that I served one of the greatest black guards in Europe No more rascalI Rascal yourself you wornout drlv cling breath of corruption It is so pleasant to exercise a gentlemans priv liege of invective I Ah here is the purse Au revoir my lord A pleas ant dissolution But by this time the marquis was speechless and Francois taking tho valise In hand deferentially left tho room He locked the door behind him and thrust the key Into his pocket To be Continued The Only One Charles said Miss Passay coyly speaking of her fiance Is quite inn dividual lIe is different from other menOf course hes willing to be engaged to you replied Miss Sharpe Exchange The best armor is to keep out of gun hot Bacon srzre WfKCJi5rR j FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS- Its not sentimentthat makes the most successful shots shoot Winchester Factory Loaded Shells Its the re suIts they give Its their entire reliability even ness of pattern and uniform shooting Winchester II Leader shells loaded with smokeless powder arc the best shells on the market Winchester Repeater shells loaded with smokeless powder are cheap in price but not in quality Winchester New Rival black powder shells are the favorite black powder load on the market on account of their shooting and reloading qualties Try either of these brands and youll be well pleased They are THE SHELLS THE CHAMPIONS SHOOT J L MOORMAN DENTISTOff- ice over Oolzos Hardware Store Prompt attention to all kinds of Dents Work Special attention to FINE GOLD FILLINGS AND CROWN and BRIDGE WORK Prices Moderate Satisfaction Guaranieai Correct Dress for Men If wcmakeyour suit this fall you can depend on CORRECTNESS OF STYLE EXCELLENCE OF TAILOR ISO RELIABILITY OF FABRIC J H Hunsche With Casper May 6 Co Cannelton Ind Chintz Royalty Practical Surveyor also Notary Public I can survey your Lands write your Deeds and take the acknowledgement at your home This saves you trouble and cost Your Patronage Solicited Address me at Hardinsburg Ky Hung Jury in Darnal Case The trial of Louis J Darnel in the Federal Courtresulted iu a hung jury He was accused of sending obscene letters to Miss Rosa Allen a young wo man living near his neighborhood of Mnldraugh in Mead county The jury took the case at 12 oclook and kept it until 315whon it was discharged It stood 10 to 2 for conviction The ease was reassigned to the fall term and Dnrnnls bond was continued at the same figure 1050 Thursdays Louisville Post Woo kIng Overtime Eight hour laws are ignored oy those tireless little workersDr Kings New Life PIlls Millions are always at work night nnd dnycuring Indigestion Biliousness Constipation Sick Headache and nil Stomach Liver and Bowel troubles Easy pleas ant safe sure Only 25o at Short Haynes drug store Seals Fate of West Point Washington March 24 senator Proctors bill to establish four perma nent military camp grounds was re ported favorably today from the Sen ate Committee on Military Affairs The bill designates sites and makes appropriations as follows In the vicinity of Fort Sam Houston Tex 125000 Camp Douglass Wis 400000 Conewago Valley Pa 000000 and in Snn Luis Obispo county Cal 450000 The bill appro prorates 100000 for the enlargement of the Chattanooga nnd ChicKamaugn National Park Colds Cause Pneumonia One of the most remarkable cns s of co id deepseated on the lungs causing pneumonia is that of Mrs Gertrude ti Fenner Marlon Ind who was entirley cured by the use of One Minute Cough Cure She says The coughing and straining so weakened me that 1 ran down in weight from 148 to U2 pounds 1 tried a number of remedies to no oval 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 JJrnggista cp i JOHN S CULLEY MMBRICK CONTRACTOR j Louisville Ky S h THIS IS A- Presidential Year AND YOU MUST KEEP POSTED JThe way to do this is to reed the WEEKL- YCourierJournal I HENRY WATTERSONEditor TWELVE PAGES ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY 100Year REVENUE KEFORM SOCIAL REFORM MORAL REFORM Tit COURIERJOURNAL Inuii Ihi list Almanac publlihid Stud 35 emit far i corm tj mill COURIERJOURNAL COMPANY LOUISVILLE KY jBy a Special Arrangement you can get th- eBreckenridge News and the WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL both one year for only 150 Tills ts for cash subscriptions only All sub scriptions under this combination otTer must bo sent through the Bieckenrldgo New sot flee CloverportKy Gasoline for sale at News Office V G BABBAGE AttorneyatLawPUBLIC Many years experience in seta Cling estates All collections reas onableCloverport Kentucky Cloverport Planing Mill GREGORY CO Prop LUMBER DOORSSASH SASHBLINDS DOOR AND WINDOW SCREENS SHINGLESLATHS LATHSLIME LIMEBRICK CEMENT ROOFING ETC 1 Hopsittalltyy At Small Expense M mft 1 t mIyourmoney mI I 1 lm OXlmt I ft- i trl VI b i E J CLODE Publisher 15B51h Ave N Y W1 I H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDINSBURO KY r Will practice his profession In all of the Courts or nr onrtdjto and ties Special attention given to collecting road cases and criminal practice License to practice In United States District Courts Office over flank of llardlnsburc a I t The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY MARCH 80 1004 JEWELLS HELD OVER Henry Jewells colored was tried before Police Judge Wills Thursday afternoon for shooting Jeff Wells also colored with intent to kill on March 22 andwas heldover to the grand ury his bon 1 being fixed at 200 Jew ells was unable to give bond and was taken to Hardiusbnrg Friday by Mar shal DeHaven and placed in the coun ty jail to await the action of the May term of circuit court The trial was one of the most inter esting that has come before Judge Wills nail attracted a large crowd of spectators Fourteen witnesses were examined and the trial consumed nearly three hours H C Murray at torney for the defense pleaded not gull ty to the charge of shooting with Inv tent to kill and took the stand that Jewells shot in selfdefense The testi mony of all the witnesses seemed to bear out this point as they nil stated that Wells had out his knife and was advancing on Jewells who was retreat ing Gus Brown the county attorney based his only strong argument on testimony given by Lucy Jewells mc ther of the defendant ShA said she was between Wells and Jewells when the ehot was fired and Was trying to keep them apartMr Brown asked the court if it could be purely selfprotec tion when a man would shoot another man with his own mother between them and at the distance stated about seven feet Trust Company Buys Plant The Putton orickyard was sold last Wednesday at noon by R N Hudson Special Master by order of thA United States Court to the Columbia Finance and Trust company of Louisville the company holding tho mortgage on the receivedJ H Baskin of Louisville acting as its representative How many featners on u rooster More Riots Disturbances of strikers are not nearly as grave as an individual Its order of the system Overwork loss of sleep nervous tension will be followed by utter collapse unless a reliable remedy is immediately employed There no thing so efficient to cure disorder of the Liver or Kidneys as Electrc Bit ters Its a wundernl tonicnnd effec tive nervlne and the greatest all round medicine for run down systems It dispels Nervousness Rheumatism and Neuralgia and expels Malaria germs Only GOc and satisfaction guaranteed by Short K Haynes Druggists Beatty Gets New Trial- It is claimed by the attorneys for Ol lie Beatty who was convicted in tne Federal Court of the offense of raising a 1 silver certificate to 10 that new evi dence of a material character in favor of the defendant has been discovered in the case Yesterday they made a moti n for a new trial based on this newly div covered evidence The case is set for argument on the motion for a new trial on March 20 Beatty hits never been sen tenced Thursdays Louisville Herald correct correct correct correct nearest correct nearest 399430 month gained figures guesses careful A IS Cincinnati 24Five motherless children sported from the branch hospital Lick Glendeane With their departure dent tragic closed February with infant twelveyearold William Oiler removed the City hospital from their home street careful examination declared suffering from highly contagious disease their isolation hospital annex ordered followlne day remaining members family James Jennie Annie Clarenco oldest youngest years join with chickenpox main institution How there declared having exposed contagion back lation they went weeks afterward mother Infant Lillian other Strange certificates gdve fever explana afterward given I Ii Our Great Profit Sharing Contest I 159000IN 500 Cash Prize its Prize 2nd Prize 3d 1000 of Each for Every subscriber to TUB BIIKCKKXKIDOK NKWS will have to share in these magnificent prizes he wishes to participate in Great Worlds lair Contest which these matter of this great contest Total Paid Admissions during May first month the Great Louis Worlds hair Without doubt tho Worlds hair whichwill open at Louis May 1 bo the largest fair held in tho world and every man woman and childshould bo interested this great enterprise of this Every subscriber who remits 100 regular subscription price years subscrip to THE BijECKENiunoE NEws receive one certificate which will secure him any prize which estimates entitle him to claim When you send your also send your estimates of total paid admissions at Worlds Fair during May the first month of the hair Write your name address and estimate in Subscription Blank below und mail to TIm BuECKExmnaE NEWS Tho contest will close at midnight April 30th 1001 und estimate received after hour be allowed olliciai record of the Secretary of Worlds Fair showing the total paid attendance during May tho month tho Fair will determine who are entitled tho prizes and tho awards will be made by disinterested committee prominent judges during tho first week in June this contest will close April 30 tho day before lair opens will have equal chance to win these prizes Those estimate guess NOW will have chance to win Special Prize and just good chance to win Capital Prize 500000 tho one who guesses the last day the contest Thin money to pay the prizes is deposited Central Savings Bank Detroit Michigan and can bo used no other purpose In case tie that more estimators arc equally correct prizes will bo divided equally between them IS For tho correct estimate or 3000 For tho second nearest estimate or guess 2500 Fur the nearest estimate 1000 For the fourth nearest estlmato or 500 For the fifth nearest estimate or guess For the sixth nearest correct estimate or guess 00I- Nt the soventh nearest estimate or guess For the eighth nearest correct estimate or guess For the ninth nearest correct estimate or guess 75 the tenth estlmato or guess 50 For the next five nearest estimates or guesses 1220 each For the next fivo correct estimates or guesses 110 each SO For the next 28 nearest correct estimates or guesses F3 each For next 445 nearest correct estimates or guesses t3 each 1335 prizes amounting to 11500 aldln forming your estimates wo furnish the following figures Tho total paid admissions during May tho first month of the Chicago Worlds Fair 1030037 The total paid admissions during May the first month of tho Buffalo TanAmerican Exposition What will bo the total admissions during May the first of tho St Louis Worlds Fair It out at It and send In tho figures ot your guesses It may mean fortune to you Tho contest will tho day before tho Fair opens that no advantage Is by delay In timating tho result Send tho of your estimates or with your subscriptions to write your name figures and P O plainly F I Dont full to take advantage ot Prizes SAD STORY I THIS ONE I I 0 March will today in Run to Ky to t n nuole an inci that was will Jbe On 7 her Lil lian and son Mis Ella was to at 1414 Walnut After a it was they were a and in the branch was On the t he of the and the of whom was 10 and the 4 wero sent to counIIterand they were re turned to the ever it was that been to the they would be compelled to go to iso and About two too and the tiled within 24 hours of each to say the death both cases the cause of death I1S scar let and the ingenious tion was that all w I II 5UUU 2500 Prize I Seven Special Prizes 50000 Early Estimates an opportunity the in givenThe is the the of St St on will ever in Conditions Great Contest the for a tion will for his in subscription tho tho tho it no that will The the first of to a of As on the all an who or a a as a tho of as on of in the for of a or two or HERE THE LIST OF PRIZES nearest guess S third or guess guess correct 300 1For 150 100 For correct 100 loo the 403 Valuable Information To wero wero paid Figure or guess a close es so tho Specials be tran in if Bo In addition to the foregoing prizes the following Special Prizes for Early Estimates- WILL BE PAID For tho nearest correct estimate received before Jan 15 8 500 For the nearest correct estimate received on or after Jan 15 anti before Feb1 MX For tho nearest correct estimate received on or after Feb 1 and beforo Feb 15 500 For the nearest correct estimate received on or alter Feb 15 and before Starch I 500 I For the nearest correct estimate received on or after March and before March 15 500 For tho nearest correct estimate received on or after March 5 and before 500 For the nearest correct estimate received on or after April 1 and before April 15 5 X Total 500 prizes amounting to 815000 Subscription Blank Inclosed find S to apply on Subscription Account Numc Iostofllco Stato My Estimates of the total number of paid admissions to the Worlds Fair during the month of May are Remember that the Capital Prize is 5000 and that there are Seven Special Prizes of 500 each for Early Estimates Send all orders to The Breckenridge News Cloverport Ky a I I u I I Over half a century of it is one of the reasons why goods stamped 1847IRogers Bros the product of this long experience arp best They are sold by leading deal ers For catalogue No6 explaining points of in terest to buyers address the makers Interactional Silver Company Mertden Coin i i were afflicted with the same conta gions disease but that they contracted scarlet fever while in the main boa pital which obligingly waited to man ifest itself until the first disease had made its appearance The remaining members of the family have completely recovered and Mayor Fleischmann yesterday issued a pass for them to Ulendeane Ky IThe mother i nd child rest in potters Held while the father of the little ones is n hopeless lunatic in a Kentucky = asylum iSiI Discharger Etc IIUUSii For old obstinate fey Bladder and Urinary diseasesI take a bottle of Botanic Kidney Speci fico1f yon have agonizing pains inI Ieback swollen legs or abdomen dis charges1 from the urothu neuralgia of the bladder burning sensation or difficulty in passing water also a frequent f desire or even involuntary discharges of the urine Catarrh of the bladder stone Brights disease disagreeable odo of the urine scanty nUll high colored your kidneys and bladder are diseased Take Botanic Kidney Sped fic Soon all the syptoms disappear discharges ceaseaohes in the back dis appear The burning sensation stops i and a perfect cure is guaranteed i Botanic Kidney Specific gives strength power and health to the kid nets Acts directly on the uric acidii and dissolves and destroys Plea nt to the taste itII advised for chronic cases c IIatII write A R FisherCloverort Ky New Dexter Postmaster Charles Sol rlg has been appointedI postmaster at Dexter Perry county Ind to succeed the late Warron Rich ardson who died while in office Proper Treatment of Pneumonia Pneumonia is too dangerous a dig inse for anyone tc attempt to doctor himself although ho may have the proper remedies at hand A physician should always be called It should ho borne in mind however that piien C nonia always results from n cold ot from nn attack of the grip and that by giving Chamberlains Cough Rein- edy the threatened attack of pneu moniaI may bo warded off This remedy is oleo used by physicians in the treatment of pneumonia with the best results Dr W J Smith of Sunders Ala who isalso a druggist SIS of ttl have been selling Chamberlains Cough Remedy nnd prescribing it in my practice for tho past six years I use It1 in cases of pnenmona and have always gotton the hest results Sold by Short Haynes Passes Away in Texas Theoplius Bolder brother of Israel Holder of this city died on March 10- at his home at Iradelle Texas as the result of an injury from a yearling calf Mr Holder was about slty year i of age and leaves a wife anti seven children Mr Holder was born at Midway Hancock county and went to- Tems thirty years ago Concerning his death the Iradelle Sentinel says in part Mr Holder was well and favorably known in thin country was a good cit izen and a member of the Methodist chinch Ho leaves a largo family and u host of friends to mourn his depar ture The funeral services were held in the First Baptist church at JJO yesterday afternoon and attended bone of the largest congregations we have seen at a funeral inmany years To Cure A Cold In One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All drupKlsts orotund tho money If It falls to cure E W Orves signature Is on each box Sw Will Fight for West Point The following letter was racelved last week by Logan C Murray chairman of the Louisville IJonid ef Trade Com mittee on army encampment Committee on the Judiciary House of Representatives United States Wa shington March 19 1004 Logan C Murray Esq Louisville Ky DeiirSir Your communication of tne 15th last written by request of the directors of the Board of Trade has been received I wish to assure you and through you 0 0 N N N O4NN ON 0 N Bank of Hardinsburg iiOFFICERSM H BEARD Cashier DIRECTORS Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beard Dr A M Kincheloe D S Richardson Insured against loss by fire or burglary Interest paid on time deposits N 4 + N NN 0 The Breckinridge Bank Cloverport IKy Capital Stock 45100 Surplus 7000 Incorporated Organized in 1872 W H BOWMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier DR F L LIGHTFOOT V Pres CIIAS B SKILLMAN Asst Cushier Accounts of Firms Individuals and Corporations solicited Any business entrusted to us will receive prompt and careful attention Storage place for packages iu our fireproof vault furnished our customers free NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS Interest paid on time deposits eeeeeesesPeeeNeeeNeNesNeewe000eeeeeeNNelaesFirst IRVINGTON KY ZW J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VicePresident II H KEMPKR Cashier of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited iiAccounts w Paid on Time Deposits iiInterestOQ DCOQOOdaft90lCOtat9aQBOm 0000m0e90A60Ne0D0e009dtL0ta m- Ir or + THE 1Tilemoat centrally located and only 1 fj Fifth Avenue Ont orate clw betel fo tbe clty maktalt- l m Only one block from the prtndiml fi shopping district anti two blocks from Ii HOTEL the principal theatres cars pass time door to all peels 11- i lotI iStreet I LouisvilleI I I Ky r of Everything the cityfneat and clean f 1 mIPIKE CAMPBELL Mgr Jtsoooeoo9oooel3i oooooaafti ooooocoo+ Do eeamooaoeeaeN ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROADS Very cheap one way rates to CALIFORNIA and the NORTHWEST Doily to April JO 1904 5550 Louisville to Los Angeles and San Francisco Cal and S April 22 to May I 1904 proportionately low rates from other returnII ccAS Personally Conducted Ex rtirslun Sleepers Louisville w to CAUFOKNIA NEW I IFXICO AUIXONA and TEXAS ndi IBEST LINE SPRINGS ARK ii- S For 1 Folders Descriptive attrC California New Orleim Circulars descriptive Q fjj Lauds South and through tickets nearest rullroud agent or g address W HARLOW D P A Louisville CS0S30COG9DCCOQOOOOQ4ae sDCOOOt3I93me0e000OOeNed 0000000000000000000000000000000 000 00000000000000e I iDAN BROOKS CO ii i STOCKIi STOCKIII-I- iiCIERCNANTSZKYii i CENTRAL STOCK YARDS LOUISVILLE 1 all others concerned in the location of an army post at West Point Qmt I will most heartily cooperate in an effort recommit attend of necessary defeat the bill recently reported by the com mitte oti Military Affairs to the House naming army sites I am of the opinion that it will be the wiser course to centrate our efforts towards strikingout the provisions naming the places and inserting in lieu thereof a general clause suthorizing the War Department to select but Inssure you that I am willing to hear any suggestions that you others may wish to make on the sub ject and do what I can to carryout your wishes Yours truly D IlSmith Stops the Cough and Works tiff the Cold Lnxntlvo Ilromo Quinine Tablets euro n cold ono day No Guru No lrlco 23c All Dviiciiilcil Dont we go uiiy higher asked the facetious guest In the hotel vhon the elevator stopped at the tyent fourth floorNot unless the elevator drops sit answered the fruthful elevator boy Judge Shu Hiul Pierced ills Miss Skrcuier Pupa says If I give up my singing lessons hell give me a pair of diamond earrings Miss Shnrpa Youve never worn earrings lutvo you Miss Skrcmer No Ill have to have my ears pierced Miss Sharpe Oh I his Idea Ho wants to pay you back In your own coin Philadel phia Press O S JiC5XA theihsKind You Have Always Bought Blgl1AturoY or d Special Low One Way iHound trip Rates In to the Southwest on Iand Third Tuesdays In each mouth TO HOT and of In the apply to a- aO F Ky e 0 0 0 0 N0 00 0 0 to if con or In puy It see 6 The Honl Tnxiinycrw Johnny Pa the taxpayers are only the people who own properties arent they laXo my son The real taxpayers are the people who rent tho properties Philadelphia Ledger Suntlilnic Ills ItiNt Moment Speaking of unpleasant surprise an Englishman told of the one Jonathan Uochcll got upon his deathbed Jonathan feeling that the end was near gave a few words of parting ad vice to his young w ifs Ho had a 111h clor friend named Howard n steady fellow and the thought mule to his mind as he WitS concluding lila tlrlwdl talk that If Kate after he was KOIIO would marry Howard It would bo a good thing He told her this Kate woman he sold It would please me dearly If ye was to promise to take up wl Howard when Im gone Dont ye worry about that Jonty says Kate In a soothing wily Mo and Howard have already settled It be twixt usl An Anecdote of 1ltt A certain Mrs Iteaumont of IJrotton England who lived In tho tune of Pitt anti whom the possession of load mines made wealthy and purse proud ono day thought to Impress Pitt who was staying at Urotton with her riches She had n most splendid tiorvlw of plate at dinner nod waving tier hand site said There Mr Pitt thats all from the mines Indeed answered Pitt If you had not told me Mrs Beaumont I should have thought It was silver t J E t i c j bi V t J rr 8RECKENRIDGE NEWS UNO D and V Q BA BAGE Editor and Proprietors Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year or G 125 if paid at the end of year It CARDS OF THANKS over flro lines charged L or at the rate or 10 rents per line OBITUARIES charged for at tho rate of S- Cants per line Money In advance i Examine the label on your paper If It Is not correct please notify us When ordering n change In the add subscribers should give their old as well as the new address EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY MARCH 30 1001 Ditch the public roads is the ad vice of our Webster correspondent and it is good advice too If all of our correspondents would take a whack at the public roads and keep it up they would make it so warm for the Fiscal Court that they would soon be glad ID ditch them or do most anything elHe to improve them The public road system of BreckenrIdge county is a menace to its prosperity and is especially a drawback to the farmer Everybody ought to wake up to the importance of good roads And when everybodys awake something will be done HARDINSBURGso County court day last Mondayc Vic Robertson went to Lonisville on a business trip MondRYAThe Rev W H Calvert spent a few days in Louisville last week John H Butler and Wade Pile of Mook were in the city Iondayc Judge Mathiai Miller went to Haves ville Tuesday on a business trip Mrs Nora Board of Irvington is visiting Mr and Mrs C L Beurdto Thomas Rhodes who has been sick the past week is able to be out again Come to us when needing anything in the way of silverware Lewis Us BallMessrs Jno R Wimp and Fred Mcw Ghee of Irvington were in town Mon all dayThe Rev WF Fitzgerald of Louis ville preached at the Baptist church SundayMany persons express the opinion tbat the recent cold spell has Killed the peachesIf are contemplating a purchase of a watch or a clock get our prices to Lewis Ball There will be no contest of the local option election recently held in the Stephensport precinct A patent medicine man was on the street last Monday selling panaceas to good natured victims David W Murray of Cloterport spent Sunaay nere with his father Col David R Murray Dr James C Bush of Cannelton mad is at the Commercial Hotel practicing his profession Forrest Miller of Jolly Station left Tuesday for Walla Walla Washington where he expects to locate Mayor L T Reid and wife of Cloverport were the guest of Mr and Mrs Win M Hensley Monday B F Beard has returned home from Bnrgin where he has been visiting his daughter Mrs A S Edelen Oliver bhellman of Union Star Was in town Monday delivering his tobacco He got the top price of the market Win V and Thos W Brown of Louisville spent Saturday and Sunday here visiting their mother MrsR H BowmerMrs H Pile returned home Monday from Burgin wnere she had oeen the guest of Mr and Mrs A S Edel- enSpring Medicine There is no other season when good medicine is so much needed as In the SpringThe blood Is impure weak and impoverished a condition indicated by pimples and other eruptions on tho taco and body by deficient vitality loss of appetite lack of strength and want of animation Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Make tho blood pure vigorous and rich create appetite give vitality strength and animation and euro all eruptions have tho whole family begin to take them today i Hoods Sarsaparilla has been used in t our family for some time and always withll good results Last spring I was all runII down and got a bottle of It and as usual received great benefit Miss BEULAII BOYCE Stowe Vt Hoods Sarsaparilla promises to euro and keops tho promtaer 9L 7- s I THIS REMEDY la sure to GIV- ESatlsfaotlon Ells Cream Balm Rllitf at Once cleanses soothes and heals the dis eased membrane It cures Catarrh and uu aColdln a a v aaa rlInand lrotects tho Membrane Restores the Senses of Taste and Smell Full size 50c at druggist or by mull Trial Size lOe by mall ELY HROTHEKS oil Wnrrcn St New York Mrs Amon M Kincheloe and children returned home Friday from L Webster where they had been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs T B Hen dersoj a IRVINGTON Miss Ellen M unfold has returned from Louisville Rev Gibbons of Falls of Rough was a visitor here last week Loo Bishoff wno has been on the sick list is up and out again Mr and Mrs Fonnie Rhodes cheerful faces were among us Sunday Mrs Demout of Louisville was a visitor at the Marshal house last wees Katie Smiths bright and happy face is seen among the young people Mrs Ada Bell Henderson is teaching a private school at Bony Uip Miss Lizzie Hall of near Webster was up attending the meeting and on friends Miss Nan Lyddan and Cora Lee spent Sunday with their grandparents here Miss Blanche Jolly was in attendance by at the meeting last week and on old friends Mrs J B Brashear of Wyatt Mo was the company of her sisterinlaw Mrs T N McUlothlan Judge Charlie Morrnnn of Elizabeth was the company of nis sister Mrs Hines last week Unit and Mrs Joe Phillips of Chicago were toe guests of the Mc llothlans a few days ago Rev Dentons part in the religious just closed was appreciated by He made many friends while hereMessrs Chamberlain Piggott Heron Kemper and others attended a meeting of the Masonic order at Glen deane last week Mrs Kinoheloe and children of Hardinsburg returned to her home last week after a most agreeable visit the old home Ladies remember Mrs McCoys millinery opening and her dress making department is strictly uptodate work being done well and very cheap Mrs D C Heron is the champion thicken raiser She now has over one hundred chi OKS and being of this especially fine stock they will soon be ready for the mancet Mr and Mrs Charlie Chamberlains lovely home In Woodland is about completed and after a brief season ofstraightening up they will be glad to see their many friends Judge Fairleigh wife and son Durelle of Louisville and Misses Mary and Bessie Lewis of Branden burg were hero Friday to attend the funeral of little Floret Watben at Mt Merino church Evangelist Smith will close his work at the Metholist church sometime this week after truly good and faithful service among his people Rev Smith will long be remembered by his fine sermon in the morning of the lust Lords day He goes toII another appointment at Brandenburg May Gods richest blessings attend his life work I feel aura is the prayer of all true Christians Owing to protracted services at the- M E church the meeting of Baptist- was postponed until their next appointment which is the second Sunday in April when a special collection for Foreign Missions will betaken Pastor Lewis earnestly de sires a large and cheertnl giving on the day as the year boon closes for mission worm on the thirtieth day o f April Business meeting of the churn on Saturday afternoon before the 2nd Sunday PICKED UP Mr A Dntschke and wife of Lodi burg were visiting their son Carl in Louisville last week Mrs Datschke is 65 years old and this was her first trip to Louisville and her first time to ride on a railroad They say she en joyed the trip so much that it will be bard to keep her at home now Mrs Datschke is the mother of nine children all of whom are living married and doing well She deserves to peed the valance of her days in travel and in the enjoyment of all the luxuries of life Davis town is still improving Roy Wimp was thrown from a horse it Irvington Monday and badly brals od up but not seriously hurt f j t p ADDITIONAL LOCAL Genuine Matta 5 tooth cultivator 325 at J H Browns Mrs So J Bruner of Union Star is the guest of Mrs D H Severs Miss W H Kyler of Hawesvllle was the guest of Mrs T S Nicholas Saturday and Sunday For Sale Wall paper store big stock well selected new goods Store room for or saleT F Sawyer Mr and Mrs R E McUavock went to Hawesville Friday to visit Mr and Mrs Clarence Bauer Mrs Martha A Robinson of Oak Park Chicago IB the guest of Mrs D Addison at Addison The local K P lodge which con tinues to grow rapidly took in nearly dozen more members Monday night- T S Nicholas JE Porter and Mr and Mrs Tom Brown all of whom nave been quite sink are improving Mrs Chas Heston of Har dinsbnrg was the guest of Mrs Francis Sawyer from Friday until MondayMiss Sallie Williams of Addison who has been sick returned yester day to the Owensooro College at OwensboroE went to Owensboro Friday to spend several days in Davies and McLean counties organ izing unions of the American Society- of Equity Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure FJCheney Co Props Toledo O- We the undersigned have known F JCheney for the last 15 years and be have him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligation made their firm West Truax wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 WaldingKInnan Marvin wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halli Catarrh Cure is taken Inter nally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Price 75c per bottleSold by all drug gists Testimonials free Halls Family Pills are the best riYSTIC Ben F Beanchamp is able to be out againAn infant of C M Cart is very sickWill Head of Lodiburg went to Henderson last week Paul the ten year old son of S W Bane is quite sick with brain fever Misses Carrie Harrison and Myrtle Beauchamp visited at Lodiburg Sun aay O Bottle up Port ArthurII The Japanese claim they have bot tled np Port Arthur by sinking four steamers in the mouth of the port Beyond this there is little war news worth reporting Sells Livery Stable Hardmsburir Ky March 2JSpe dialUodfrey Ball has sold to Davis Crawford his livery stable at Caneyville and returned home He has not yet decided where he will locate sMiss Irene Miller entertained a number of friends at the home of her aunt Mrs U W Short Friday even ing Read This Richmond Ky Feb 0 1001 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir I have used one bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery for Kidney aud bladder trouble I weighed 150 pounds when 1 began using it today I weigh 176 pounds and I feel better than I have in twen ty years and I oneerfully recommend it to the public Respectfully John A Riddle A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of the Texas Won der Halls Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emission weak and lame backs rheumatism and nil irregularities of the kidnevs and blad der in both men ana women regulates bladder troubles in caildren If not sold by your druggist it will be sent by mall on receipt of 1 One small bottleI is two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer P O Box 020 St Luis Mo Send for testi monials Sold by alllruggists Office 2031 Olive street L r4 iiu Rev Hnrrell preached at Walnut Urovo church last Saturday and Sun dayRoll Miller was the guest of Miss Georgia Bushnm last Saturday and SunaaySeveral young people were enter tained pleasantly at B F Harrisons Sunday Carl Payne of Lodibnrg was the visitor of Miss Lena Adkisson last SundayMrs Lee Sipes of Garfield is visit ing her sister and brotherinlaw Mr and Mrs C L Pate of this placeA crowd met at Poplar Grove school house last Saturday night for the purpose of organizing the A S of E Only a few of the old organizeSomewill have to coma and stir these peo ple up with a good speech as they claim they dont understand all its measures Dudley Suicide at Guston Gnston Ky 04 Tacker a a man and a farmer living four of Gnston himself on poron cause IS Mrs Morrison has at bedside of her brother Jno Batt at Owenaboro iio tn0 THAOHERS j Liver BoodJ= THE THREEFOLD REMEDY hr lilt to Mao bailtroubles the ureradKMaeread Purifies the Thousands have used this reliable remedy with perfect confidence and success for 52 years because they know just what it contains The formula consists of Buchu Mandrake Yellow Dock Dandelion Sarsaparilla Gentian Senna and of Potassium doctor or druggist will you that this is scientific and reliable combination of great merit for all diseases having their origin in the Liver Kidneys or Blood After years of experience and patient experiment Dr Thacher so perfected process of manufacture that it never fails to bring relief according to directions Thousands of sick ones to whom life has been burden have written grate fid letters of thanks SPEED MISSISSIPPI Oct 17 1903 I suffered greatly with indigestion constipation also a severe liver trouble with loss of appetite Could not rest well at night in Tact had no energy work even walk I felt like I was packing a heavy and was easily exhausted until I took Dr Liver and food Syrup which helped me almost from the When I had taken one and onehalf bottles I tell like a different man and I knew that was due entirely to your medicine I in all three bottles and consider myself perfectly cured At this my appetite good I sleepwell and feel strong and arising in the morning SPBU- DIf need ffclne write today Free sample bottle and Hrioii Thacher Health Rook arfrle We ilmnly allk you try aC our rzpee We know tchatit icilldo jLtall ttrugglttt SO rents anil Ifl 00 THachor Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn SPRING OPENING HH- The o Newest in WHITE GOODS for Ladies Waists Best Latest Patterns in Fancy Prints 00urday 00l1ext1 00Saturday1 We are upto date Here to stay Down to Out of nothing Bargains they la- stBABBAGIECLOVERPORT ZZgZ gg SEND YOUR Jewelry Repair Work Tow B OELZECloverpor1 HORSES and MULES- TO SELL If you want to buy good Horse or good Mulo I believe you can do no bettor than to buy one of me because when I sell an animal it is good one in every of the word I do not try to sell 50 horse for 100 nor 100 mule for 150 I will simply and squarely sell you an animal for what it is worth Your appreciated Vic Robertson HARDINSBURQ KY At My Livery and Feed Stable ii March Sherlock bachelor fiftyseven years old good miles north hanged his No known Harry been tending the tell the the taken have around load dose used time for sense Selling Cornstalk Pith OHIe Lynch of Patesville was here last week with a load of corn stalk pith to be shipped to the Oweusboro Cellulose factory The interest in the industry of preparing corn pith in the Patesvillo neighbor hood is growing daily J W Bates was up Hawes ville Wednesday ru j t 0 L i DR and =Syrup= == =CURES IY REMOVINQ CAUSE- A Mil dot Action Stood Hydrangea Iodide Any a expected when a to or firstThachers it Is refreshed on T I a m a fHvetytnvtomifor to it H o Fabrics and business while o a a a a a a patronage r from Of Get the HENDERSON ROUTE Habit ON YOUR TRIP TO ST LOUIS ROUNDTRIP RATES PROM LOUISVILLE ON ACCOUNT OP THE WORLDS FAIR t 1 SEASON TICKETS13OS- old Daily Commencing April 25 LimitDecember 15 1904 SIXTY DAY TICKETS 11100a Sold Daily Commencing April 25 Limit 60 days i TEN DAY TICKETS tOOO Sold Daily Commencing April 25 i Limit10 days including date ofsalo SPECIAL COACH ExcNS700 Dates Salo to bo announced later LimitG days including date of sale Coach Excursion Tickets are not good in Sleepers neither will they be good for tho checking of Baggage i FOR COMFORTFOR SERVICE s IF YOUR TICKET READS OVER TILE POPULAR HENDERSON ROUTE 0 YOU ARE aptj CERTAINLY WELL FORTIFIED ASK US J AgtE Jli 1I LJInwu General Passs Agt LOUISVILLE KY HT 1 1 i Tutts Pills This popular remedy never falls to effectually cure Dyspepsia Constipation Sick Headache BiliousnessA- nd ALL DISEASES arising from a Torpid Liverand Bad Digestion Tho natural result Is good appetite elegantlyTake No SubstituteI The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY MARCH 80 lOOt l I Remember Mnttiugly ball For SaleResidenceT V Sawyer Package coffee lOo Babbage Son 1 1AllKinds of writing material W B OelzeBig at Mattingly April 8 W N Pate and Son Clarke Willet was in Owensboro Sat t urday- r r The latest stlyes in stationery W eBOelze Via Robertson of Glendeane was 1here Sunday Mr and Mrs L T Reid spent = Monday in Hardinsbnrg H A Clark of Cannelton was in the city Wednesday Get in the habit of bnying your stationery ofWeB Oelze- I Wave Roff was up from Owensboro i from Saturday until Monday r l 1Bring us your cornstalk pith Babbago Son i Mr and Mrs Chas Wagner spent i several days last week in Evansville Copt Nat Ahl of Moweaqna Ill is visiting relatives at Tobinsport I IndBorn March 25 to the wife of I Clarence Baker Haweavjlle n daugh terI r We are headquarters for jewelry and musical instruments Lewis Hardinsburgfrr frMissi Laura Hale was the guest of her uncle Sash Simmons at Irvington several days last week j The storm Friday night blew the Pglass out of a window at the home of r SkillmanEHorse collars bridles harness lace f fleather harness leather whips blind tbrldlesHabbage Son rP tFred Fraize left Monday for Cin cinnati and Chicago to buy spring goods for the firm of F Fraize Blank deeds mortgages leases contracts etc furnished free on appli catlonV G Babbage atty k The hard rains of last week caused 1 the loss of a number of logs in Clover creek the swift current breaking up a I1a raft Jesse EmmlnK an expert paperhanger and decorator will assist T i F Sawyer in the wallpaper business this season WD1fConsumption is a human weed flourishing best in weak itsfeasily destroyed while young when old sometimes im possibleStrengthen a youaX weeds will disappear The best lung fertilizer is tScotts Emulsion Salt pork is good too but it is very hard IdigestIThe time to treat consump3 3tlon is when you begin trying to hide it from yourself Others see it you wont 1 Dont wait until you cant deceive yourself any longer Begin with the first thought to take Scotts Emulsion If I it isnt really consumption soI much the better you will soon forget it and be better for the J treatment If it is consump 1 tion you cant expect to be cured at once but if you will I begin in time and will be rigidlyregular in your treats ment you will win Scotts Emulsion fresh air rest all you can eat all you 11can thats the treatment and 4 thats the best treatment We will send you a little of the Emul sion free Be tare that this picture In the form of a label U on the wrapper ofevery bottle of Emulsion you buy SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St N Y SOC and gi all druggists Dr A A Simons was in Louisville Thursday 3 cans Polks corn 35 cents at J H Drowns All the April magazines at J D BabbagesS was in HartUnt burg ThursdayOne good roasted coffee laj cents at JH Browns Miss Elizabeth Jarboe returned Fri day from Louisville Mrs Lizzie Burnett was in Jar dinsbnrg Thursday One pound Arbuckles coffee 124 cents at JHBrowns The Henderson Route pay car was hero Friday afternoon Genuine Matta Double shovel plow 250 at JHBrowus Easter hats and bonnets now on dis play at Miss Judith Millers Wick DeHaveu returned last week from a pleasure trip to Mexico One pound package of macaroni seven and one half cents at JHBrowns Dont forget WN Pate and Sous ball at Mattingly April 8 commences at noonHarvey Basham of Duke was here Wednesday en route to Tell City to resideYou can save money by buying gar den seedsonion sets and setd potatoes from Brown Proctor Keith went to Rome Ind Thursday to set up a monument for Peter Shane yrs J M Fitch was the guest of her father A J Keys at Lodibnrg WednesdayAsk the premium bat pin free with every I M trimmed hat Miss Judith Miller Mrs Lewis Adams came up trom Owensboro Saturday to spend a week with relatives Mrs L G Long of Spottsville was the guest of her daughter Mrs B N McCarty last week We have been in Chicago for several months studying sltyes in millinery Judith Miller Its a satisfied feeling you have if you are wearing one of our hats Miss Judith Miller Norrts Board of Holt entered the L H St L shops Saturday to learn the machinists trade Misses Francis and Jane Smith returned Saturday from a visit to Mrs W G Smith at Owensboro Mr and Mrs A N Heston have been down from Hardinsburg the past week the guests of relatives Miss Edith Wheeler of Hardin Gro ve Ind will arrive Friday to be the guest of Miss Jane Hambleton Mrs Margaret BConway of Louisville is the guest of her aunt Mrs Amanda Fisher at the old Fisher Homestead Mrs R N Hudson ind daughter Virginia returned last week from a visit to relatives at Evergreen Ala Carl DeHaven has gone to Bedford Ind to accept a position with the new Southern Indiana railroad as firemanMiss Stella Weatherholt was the guest of Capt and Mrs Marion Ryan of Louisville several days of last week Will Hale has been suffering the pst week with a sprained arm and wrist caused by a fall from his en gine at West Point When you have 011 one of our hats you may rest assured it is just the thing and that your neighbors have nothing more stylish A portion of the hricn sidewalk on the north side of Main street near Dr R L Newsoms office was caved in by th heavy rains last week Miss Irene Miller who has been the guest of Mr and Mrs Geo Short while attending schcol here thib session left yesterday for her homo ut HartfordFor Store room and resilience combined three nice rooms and pantry large porch and veranda Also tinners tools and machinesA A LaFeist Cloverport Ky Well tit you with a hat that will look well as well as feel comfortable Our stlyes are the latest the most fashionable and the most uptodate Judith Miller- Howabout your watch that inex perienced watchmoker worked on a few days ago Does it give satisfac tion MIf not bring it to us We will repair it and guarantee satisfaction Lewisite Ball Hardinsburg It is all in being satisfied There is comfort and ease in being satisfied with what you are wearing We have hats that give you pleasure anytime you think of them Pleasure because they are beautiful and com fortable hecanse you paid so little for themMiss Judith Miller Are you interested in spring millinery t Do you want to appear in a hat that is a credit to yourself Ot course you do Every woman does We do too It is our business We study to please our customers Our pleasure IH a part ot our profit Come in and let us fit you out with a pleasant attractive Easter hatMiss Judith Miller u I R L Newsoms COLUMN u- u Now my friends I advise you not to read the following list if you expect to temptationill some of the bargains offered What is the use of always renting property when you can buy I have several pieces of property which have paid for themselves three times I shall take pleasure in driving you aroundand showing you the city property Two Horses for sale No 2 Lot and house Oak and Main 2000 No 4 Lot und house Oglesby Avenue 1000 No 5 Lot and house Enstland SCO Not Lot and house Oak street 800 No 7 Lot wild house Fourth street 800 No 8 Lot and house Huston street 500 No III Lot and house Third and Center 500 No 10 Lot and house Manilas Creek 500 Noll Lot First street 500 No li Lot and house Short Lino U II 400 No 13 Lot IInd house Oak street 310 Nol4 Four pasture lots 300 No 15 Tollgate housu TOO NoO lot and house River street 300 Nol Lot and house IMver street 300 No IS Lot and house Wall street 300 Nol lot and house Oak street 375 No20 tat and house Eastland ISO No21 Lot and house Eastland 250- No 22 Lot and house Center street 300 No23 Lot Wall street 23 StreetNot S20 street 200 No2ti Lot uud house SI Hardln 200 No 27 Lot and house Center street 175 Nos Lot anti house Center street 175 125NoSONo3I Lot Ed Pare Fifth street 150 No 32 Lot Ed Pate corner Chestnut 75 No33 Lot on Short Line It U 100 No34 Lot near Slim Dean 75 No3J Lot near Mary Dean 75 No 30 Lots t2 Center street 150 No37 Four acres Bishop 11111 250 No 38 Lot 1 acre und Section House 175 No39 Lot Oak street near Sanders 150 No 40 Lot and house Third street 250 No 41 Farm M acres and houso 800 No43 Farm 100 acres and house GO No 43 Farm 53 acres on Pike 300 No 44 Farm 32 acres and house on pike 200 No 45 woodland iu acres 275 No 41 Woodland 70 acres 300 No 47 Woodland KJ acres 400 No4 Woodland 72 acres 375 No 40 Three building lots Elm street 300 No 50 One acre und stone quarry on pike 25 ORDER BY NUAIBER I also have an Austin Stone Crusher with 12horso power Eclipse Frick Engine which 1 will dispose ofon reasonable torahs Good elevator attached and fill 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 suilicicnt to run a saw tutu Come to ItJ Nowsom if you want Deeds Mortgages Agreements mid other writings done up literaryformpapers fore any legal tribunal Ho also acts as Notary Public countyAttention out and certifying of Pension Certificates IIENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Round trip homeseekers excursions to West and Southwest first and tblrd Tuesdays each month at greatlyreduced rates One way second class colonist tickets to South and Southeast first and third Tuesdays each month at reduced rates One way second class colonist tickets to West and Southwest first and third Tuesdays each month at reduced rates One way second class colonist tickets to Pacific and North Pacific coast points and intermediate points on every day March 1 to April 30 and September 15 to October 15 1004 inclusive Reduced rates Lucas May Lose Out Hnrdinsburg Ky March 20Spec- ial The suits instituted oy audi tors agent Frank Lucas in the county court for back taxes on de posits against the Bank of Hnrdius burg the Brecklnridge Bank the Farmers Bank and E H Shellman Co are called for trial Monday No atttorney appeared to represent the auditors agent and all the cases were continued after demurrers had been tiled by the banks in each notion Un less some attorney is here to represent the auditors agent at the next term of court all the suits will be dismissed Shootin at liawesville Henry Cole of this city shot Jno Harrison of Owensboro in the forehead- at Hawesville Saturday while engage in a difficulty The bullet glanced off und did not injure Harrison Cole came to this city tnat afternoon but was taken back to Hawesville by Deputy Sheriff Tom Kelly of Hancock county and placed in jiil Both parties to the affair are negroes employed on the work train of the Henderson Route Jas Pulliam Not Dead Hardinsburg Ky March 29Spec- ialMr A X Kincheloe is authority for the statement that the report of the death of Jas Pulliam who formerly lived here is a canard He says that he saw him recently in Louisville where now resides and that he was in goo health and doing well Death at Seventy Garfield Ky March 20Speoial Mrs Nancy Simmons aged seventy years died Sunday of heart trouble She was the wife of Thos Simmons and a highly respected lady of this community OASXOnXAs Bears thethe Kind You llai18 Always Bought1 Oigaataretot t t L 1 pI Warvts t1 + =Advertisements Inserted under tills head at one cent u word per week WAXTEDAOEXT- VlANTED Several persons of diameterTT and good reputation In each state one In this county required to represent told ad vertise old established wealthy business house of solid financial standing Salary Kl weekly with expenses additional all payable In cash each Wednesday direct troll head o111 co Horse and carriage furnished when necessary References Enclose selfad dressed envelope Colonial Co 334 Dear born street Chicago FOIl SALE SALEFarm of 43 acres lust outsideFclty limits of Cloverport Improvements onoSrcom cottage Apply to J II Itowland agent at postolllcc FOR SALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting mnchlnes lot of good Laundry machines Also new and secondhand Has and Uasollnc EnglnesMAUTIX GABLE 510 3rd Street Louisville Ky EggsfromJ WHITWOIITH llardlnsburg Ky FOKSALEHarrcd Plymouth Hock Eggs tJOOIlIrHiorder will please you Address Mrs K 1 Cox Ekron Kv WAXTED- VA XTEDPartles owing mo to call at the TT Two Status Hank Stoptionsnort and settle Oeo K Shlvely M H Ion RENT FARM FOR HEXTTlio farm of Sirs Eliza 9 Addison Ky For terms etc ad dross with reference John harks 54 West Jefferson street I ulsvllle Ky d Farming in the South The 1assengi r Department of the Illinois monthlyclrculllrsgardening stock raising the States of Kentucky WestTennessee Mississippi and Louisiana Every Farmer or Homeseeker who will forward his name and address to the undersigned will be mailed free Circulars Nos 1 to 10 Inclusive sad others as they are published front month to month Louisville Live Stock Market Reported by Dan Brooks Co Central Stock Yard- sLotitsvilleMarch s8CattleArrivals- were light and market rule active for all the butcher classes tidy butchers steers and heifers being in active demand and value 10 15 c higher common and medium kinds were also favored with some improvement and moved freely at quotations nulls canners fresh cows and springers unchanged Best grade of Stockers and feeders moved readily at steady to strong market values inferior kinds slow at unchanged prices Prime heavy shipping steers ruled active at top market values medium kinds fully steady Pens well cleared at the close Prospects steady Calves Market ruled active at top prices choice 15 C 550 common and heavy calves 950n450 HogsMarket opened steady on all classes offerings which were only fairly liberal were disposed of readily at the following prices Choice cornfed hogs 165 lbs and up 36o 150 to 160 Ibsfsa5 heavy pigs tOOj light pigs fjsO rough 1425 485 Market closedfirm Reports from other markets were rather brief as telegraph communication is badly crip pled due to the svere storm the past few days Sheep and lambsMarket rules active for all arrivals of fat sheep and butcher lambs steady prices prevailing UNION STAR JTBasham is attending schooll here J D Gardner was in Stephensport SundayHarry Gilbert and ion were in town SundayAnother special session of school SaturdayWilburn Brown was in Stephensport SaturdayMiss Briddle was a visitor at school Thursday Evert Fryraire was the guest of Emma Severs SnturdayRfternoon Franklin Kincheloe was the guest of Miss Mary Richardson Sunday Miss Mary Cashman remained in town over Saturday to attend school that day Some of theschool children have been kept home recently on account of the measlesMiss weredthe guests of Miss Mary Bell Basham Friday night Grover L Severs and J T Basham spent Tuesday night as the guests of Mrs JB Severs Evert W Frymire who has been spending some few days with his Aunt returned to Louisville C M McGlothlnn can furnish you with the the very best wall paper that may be desired Give hint a call John DGardner had a new roof put on his house last week much to the delight of Mr NGBarbee who is now occupying the same colorded who was shot March 22 by Henry Jewells is improved but the ultimate result of his wound is doubtful as the bullet is still in his body Will Build Mr CEKeith has purchased a lot on Mulberry street from MrF Raubchl for 300 and will erect a two story building the upper part of which will be used for a residence and the lower part will be occupied by marble works The build- Ing will be put up in the immediate fu ture Elizabethtown News Easter SuggestionsI FOR LADIES The newest in Neckwear Lace Collars Stocky und Turnover Collars Military Waist Sets Stock Pins Belts Pins and Buckles Silk Parasols and Umbrellas Waistings Voiles and all kinds Dress Goods FOR MEN Neckwear in the now Champaign and other shades Shirts nico new patterns Shoes swellest we ever had lInt right uptodate Easter Novelties for the Children J C NOLTE BRO MASONIC TEMPL- ECLOVERPORT KY Iu r y jt m Whitei Kemble Atlas Slap Volume u StatIstlcs should be In the hands ot every stockholder Nowhere t else Is the same amount of Information accessible to the public This volume shows by a the location l of iiliinlH lands railroad and 1 I I 1 1 if j F 11 Price 5 net to accompany each order V Foil SALE OXIYI1V ft DOW r COM l 44 Broad St New York f at The oldest News Agency of Wall street tJ V and luhllshers of the Wall ifj Street Journal M ft Investors Read Theft 7 r rHOW 10 HAVE II The way Is simple trade tlr with Ull thatll thin whole t1i thinK Next mouth try I I 1 and see If your grocery P- II smaller flees like1 for Instance Is what 1 II does It 5 y 11 r t q I h for Cocoanuts 3 i Lenox Soap 7 for- Coffee per 1 CO 1 KY 6 2 March is severely playing the lion Ina McCoy is trying to get up a school her Paul an anKle last Friday anti is kept indoors Mrs Leah Pate is in and has a position at Herman Strand Rev Hynes was here Sunday tilling his Ho always gives us good sermons- Z T Stith was in Mon day the meeting and trans acting business Miss Blanche Jolly spent 4 couple of days in last week attend ing the Misses Mary Keith Boyle Cain and Mary Payne were guests ot Miss Beulah Payne all daj Friday The Ladies of the W K M S met In the church Friday afternoon A tine and election of officers THE OF PURITY in baking would be wrong indeed This decides itself when Cadicks is used Our in milling the Red Wheat used in making Cadacks Gold Dust Flour makes care fulness on your part Get it from yur Grocer Cdick Milling Co GRAND VIEW IND sKEEP POSTED ABOUTW U S Steel CorporationT- he andt Uvecolormap FIIncorImortRUResM JONES WALL STREET JOURNAL Small Grocery Bills 1111I 1these 1mmtorq 25c15c boreipoun12Kc1for OCONNELL CLOVERPORT BEWLEYVILLE actMiss Sucoessto Hardaway sprained Louhvllle appointment Irvington attending Irvington protMoted meeting meeting QUESTION question Gold Dust Flour carefulness Longberry unnecessary GEO Ht CASPERKE Jewelry and- Insurance Best policies for least money in Life Fire Tornado and Accident Insurance Brandenburg KyP- ARKERS HAIR BALSAM drum and twtutlfit the hair growthNevernail to iti Youthful Color Curt lullligMe Mrs Mary B Paul Beatty writes that she has a little boy come to live with her Arrived March 7 Congratn iatlOnsR Cain is doing a thriving business selling Rhode Island Red eggs receiving orders faster than he gets the eggs Junius Foote has returned from Texas There was a friendly family gathering at Dr Footes Sunday to give him welcome home Patience and Perseverance over come mountains they sny but both of these qualities were in abundance when Miss Clara Jordon pieced a quilt containing 24750 pieces Miss Edna Earl Sanders was mar rued to Mr Clarence McOonghly of Taylorsvllle Ky Marcli 10 at 4 oclock p m at her homo in Louisville Mr anti Mrs McUonghy letf for their home in Taylorsvllle on the 5 oclock train Miss Sanders isn worthy lovely girl and deserves the very best in any station in llfo- Golden Rod iLAHANT John Warren was here on business this week Miss Melissa Rose way hero three days this week Wash Hickerson has moved to his new home at Lahant Dudley Ford was here last week prospecting for lumber Miss Gertrude Shellmnn was iin town Saturday shopping Orbe Hickerson was the guest of Miss Melissi Rose Tuesday Ernest Meserve was the guest of Miss Dora Below last week Eugene Boavin was at Mr Dodsons near Frvtuire Saturday on business Willie Wathen and wife of Rhode la were the guests of Mrs Paul Hullman this weer J C Meserve has been talking of putting in corn burrs this spring It will bo a help to this place as wo need a corn mill OASTOAXABear thethe Kind You Have Always Bought 8JgnaturofI of dU pw I c J Ih r r T If i l The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY MARCH 00 1004 HEALTH SUGGESTIONS Part I The Evils of Overdosing 1 he Ways In Which Health nay be Found In Exercise Correct Diet Clothing and Habits Harm Done to Women and Children by Neglect of Ordinary Health Precautions BY CIIRiSTiNRTERnuNrHERRICK Author of Cradle and Nursery First Aid to UIUL Young Housekeeper House keeping Made Ensy What to Rat In City Touts Etc Copyright 1KH by Christine Terhuno Herrick As a nation we have never learned that an ounce of a prevention Is worth a pound of cure We forge gaily anead doing what pleases us and tail to awake to the fact of our folly until we reach u point where we have to go to work to repair injuries It would be a great comfort if those who take a deep and peculiar joy in saying I told you so could feel that this sort of blunder was confined to men But women hold a prominent place in tno ranks of those wno possess a capability for recklessness I and a faith in remedies Several causes have joined to produce this state of affairs In the first place women are too busy They always cut ont more than they can accom plish and go on the principle that there are at least twentyseven hours In every day If their work were purely selfish one could condemn them unreservedly But as n rule a big share of it is dono for others Had the ordinary woman a sense of pro portion she would see that sometimes she does more tor those about her when she does lesi so to speak In other words if she would spire herself n little there would bo n likelihood that she would be able to stand for more in her family nun social life But this is something tnnt is hard for her to learn A woman almost always mans well If she didnt there would be more chance for her She might be converted from the error of her ways But her ways are eo good that there beams no ground for criticism Yst- even while she justices herself in her course of orarworK she feels that something is wrong auieowhere I henrd one woman voice the opinion- of I of muny not very long ago I leave so much to till my hands I she said I work nil day and have comparatively little time to be with the children And when the active employments are out ot the way anti I want to give myself to my family The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There Is a disease prevailing In this country most dangerous because so decep MB It I II rim VVJ 1 live Many sudden byItheart pneumonia heart failure or apoplexy are often the result of kidney disease If kidney trouble is al lowed to advance th- ekidneypoisoned blood will attack the vItal ftrn ftr th eon V60vkidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell Bladder troubles most always result from a derangement of the kidneys and a cure Is obtained quickest by a proper treatment of the kidneys If you are feeling badly you can make no mistake by taking Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver and bladder remedyIIt corrects inability to hold urine and scald ing pain in passing it and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the extraordinary effect of SwampRoot is soon realized It stands the highest for its won derful cures of the most distressing cases SwampRoot Is pleasant to take and sold by all druggists In fiftycent and onedollar mayhave KvAqv this wonderful new discovery 1 and a book that tells all about It both iiomflofBwmpRoot sent free by nail Address Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y When writing mention reading this generous offer in this paper Dontmake any mistake but remember tha name SwampRoot Dr Klllmcrs Swamp Hoot and tho address Binghamton N Yon every bottle l ILr ill or Colds Their Proper Treatment and Cnre Commonly the first symptom of a cold Is a chilly feeling accompanied by sneez ing or a tickling in the throat The most frequent of external causes are draughts wet or cold feet or going from hot rooms suddenly into cold ones More frequently there is an inner causenamely the stagnation of the blood caused bv constipation or biliousness Almost the first symptom is the feeling of cold in the feet and increased discharge from the nose No one ever takes cold unless consti pated or exhausted and having what we call malnutrition which is attended with impoverished blood and exhaustion ofnerve force Tonics consisting of large portions of alcohol iron or cod liver oil do not bring the desired changes in the blood because they do not enter the system and are not absorbed into the blood with the exception of the alcohol which shrivels up the red blood corpuscles when it dots come in contact with them We recommend the botanical extract of Dr Pierce because it contains no alcohol and offers a reasonable and scientific method of treating the blood by improving the nutritive functions of the patient The Golden Medical Discovery accomplishes this by first restoring the enfeebled digestive organs so that food the natural tissue builder will be digested and assimilated Accept no substitute for Dr PIerce Golden Medical Discovery There is noth ing just as good for diseases of the stomach there isnothing left worth giving There is the trouble The woma breaks her self down by over exertio in some good object She does not take time to r reserve her health She weirs her nerve to want is po pularly known IS a Irnzzlo anll then she takes medicine to build herself up- On the ground of live and let live her attitude and action might be justified For what would become of quacks and patent medicines it it were not for the women Men pat ronize these too 7 but after all the women with their generous confidence that there ii n panacea for every evil under the sun are the bes patrons of proprietary remedies I have said that women lack a sense of proportion In nothing do they die play more than in the faith that the can labour for years to make them selves physical wrecks and then re store themselves to Health am strength by a few bottles of some well advertised healall If they coup once have it borne in upon them that earth bears im balsam for mistakes that it takes longer to climb up hil than it does to run down and that IIt is easier to keep well than to get well they would have made a long stride towards health and happiness- Of course it might not bo so interesting There are still plenty of wo men whoeujoy poor health If they did not have something the matter with them what would there be to talk about Y They would have lost one of then most absorbing topics ot conversation Moreover they would unas the delight we all know in being worse off than our neighbors Kvery one who hire read The Mill on the Floss recalls the pride Mrs Pnllet felt in the amount of physic sue had taken a pride which her husband shared Pullet keeps all my pnysic bottles said Mrs Pnllet He wont have one sold He says ta nothing but right folks should we em when Im gone They till two of the long store room shelves al ready Tnepi 11 boxes are in the oloxet in mv roombut theres nothing show for the bolusesif it isnt the mIls The American husband may not be quite so complacent about his wifes physic record as was Mr Pullet bnt there are plenty of women who openlyI or unuvowelly cherish the same modest pride as to their doctors and drug gutsbills Apart from this class are women who are so busy at their various avocations that they do not take proper care of themselves I never know I am tired until I break in two In the middle I heard a woman say once There are many like her When the breaking in two comes It is natural that the victim should turn to what palliatives she cantind and endeavour to repair damages by drugs Not for a moment would I criticise tbe physician or belittle trio advan tages of medicines Hut it is much better to keep well in the first in stanceor if ono can to bring oneself up after one is run down bv natural common sense methods than to make ones stomach a general deposit for drugs of all sorts Such common sense ways are not far to seek In fact they ire so close at hand so every day that sometimes somtbing nasty taken out of a bottlo they are contemned on that very account The patient feelsI is Naaman did If some hard thing were required it would be done but diet exercise correct clothing seem futile useless things A doctor n pro scription appeal far more to the im agination LBut let us consider the common place remedies The questioi of diet should be studied by every wo man both for her own sake and for that of her children The mother 01 a family should Knuw that tnere are certain foods that build np bone and muscle others that make flesh still others that may please the palate but do little besides She should learn what these are and give sermons thought as to how to combine them to win the best result for her family She should know that food may be wholesome and yet appetizing that food which tastes good is more easily digested than that which does not tempt the appetite If she will hear nil this in mind she will grow to feel that her profession as n houseKeeper which she may have thought of as a small thing is in reality a very Im portant affair Much of the prejudice against wholesome food in the minds of the lords of creation at any rate is due to the idea cherished by most of them that the food that agrees with them must be unpleasant and that that which they love is pretty sure to be consider ed bad for them by the adovcates of rational diet There is just enough truth in this to furnish them with a ground for their complaint It should be the work of the housekeeper to pro vide a variety on her table and if she feels that for the sake of peace in the family she must furnish some un wholesome articles to sandwicn these in between other items which will make less strain upon the gastic pow ers it can be done but it takes time and tronble It has become a truism that we are a nation of dyspeptics Once in a while one hear some happy man or woman boast of an unimpaired digest ion Dot that same fortunate person is liKely to take advantage of such luck and do all torts of rash things The truth is seldom appreciated that the portion who begins by feeling lie can eat everything generally ends by not being able to eat anything At least let the child be started ritrnt 11111I an attempt made to supply him with a tolerably good stomach Even If he can eat almost anything without distress It is extremely fool ish to let him do it He iis using up the powers of stomach which should stand by hUll in later life If he mimes drafts on his principal now he will Lave none to tall back upon when he is older Do not allow him to in dulge in sausages and griddle cakes and hot bread and pies and pastry and pickles and similar deadly If delect ble dainties If he has never had them ho will not miss them and the fact that he would enjoy them should move you no more than does his plea to be allowed to consume unripe fruit In either case he must pay a penalty Yet the mother tries to spare him the anguish which will come from green apples and cheerfully permits him to suffer that which follows other un wholesome articles of diet There are sundry conditions which should regulate the provision cf food n mother makes for hur household The man woman or child who takes active outdoor exercise can digest a food that would lie heavily upon the stomach of the person who lends a sedentary life This distinction should be borne in mind whan planning the days meals The members of the family who will engage in vigorous bodily worK outdoors or indoors will need something more substantial to eat than those who are to be seated at a desk or typewriter or sewing machine The latter should eat more lightly and their foods should bd selected from among those articles that give nour ishment without overtaxing the pow ers cfjdigestion We all know persons who think it a simple mutter to eat Indigestible food nUll tneu take tablets of pepsin or something else to assist the overworked stomach i heard a young girl who came of a line of dyspeptics asserting triumphantly one tiny that she could eat almost anything without subse anent discomfort if she only put enough red paper on it My child said an elderly man who heard her that may answer when it is absolutely necessary as you grow older But you are too young to be sticking spurs into the side of sour stomach like that It When it comes to the question be J MRS CARRIE P IIANNAFORD New Life and Strength Came to Her A Massachusetts woman Mrs CARRIE P HANNA FORD of No 69 Hale St Beverly Mass who is well known socially there being Treasurer of the Order of the EASTERN STAR wrote her experience as follows Your Favorite Prescription is without a doubt the finest remedy on the market today for female difficul ties I suffered for four years with pains every period and I dreaded the approach of the time as I knew it meant two or three days misery Tried several different widelyadvertised remedies and found that they did me no good whatever One day a friend called who had suffered as I was suffering and who told me that she had been cured through the use of Dr Pierces Favorite Pre scription so I purchased package I found that the real value of your medicine was greater even than my expectations and the next month I had hardly any pains The following month had none at all and found that my general health was much better and new life and strength had come to me These are the actual facts anti I feel that it is due you that I should write you Sincerely yours Mrs CARRIE P HANNAFORD To Hon R V Pierce M D Young women or matrons should not allow themselves to look sallow and wrinkled because of those pains and weaknesses which become chronic and are the result of colds tight lacing and imprudent care of the womanly system Many a woman would look beautiful have a healthy color and bright eyes if it were not for those drains on her strength and those weak nesses which come all too frequently and make her life miserable There is a readytouse Pre scription used a great many years by Dr R V i tween sticking in spars in the first place or applying remedies to euro the harm the spnrs havo done one is hard put to it to decide which is the greater lollyThe Name Witch Hazel The name Witch Hazel is much abused E C DeWitt S Co Chicago are the inventors of time original and only genuine Witch Hazel Salve A cretain cure for Cuts Burns Bruises Eczema Tetter Piles etc There are I many counterfeits of this salve some of which are dangerous while they are all worthies In buying Witch Hazel Salve see that the name E C DWeitt Co Chicago is on the box and a cure is certain Sold by All Druggists fieturn From California Mr and Mrs Frank Fraize returned Thursday afternoon from n trip of sev eral weeks in California They were accompanied on the trip by Miss Ten mo Wnrfieldof Louisvilleund Mrs U lB Shaw of Fulton Ky but formerly Tobinsport Ind I IDoyou Want Strength I If you want to increase your strength yon must add to and not take from the physical In other words the food that you eat must bo digested assimi lated and appropriated by the nerves blood and tissues before being expelled from the Intestine Kodol Dyspepsia Cure adds to the physical It gives strength to and builds up strength in the human system II is pleasant to the taste and palatable and the only combination of digestants that will digest the food and enable the system to appropriate all of its health and strength giving qualities Sold by All Druggists Makes Her First Trip The new towboat Nellie Willett owned by the Ohio Valley CrosFtie company formerly the Deane Tie company passed this point last week on her maiden trip to Green river She went sixty miles up Green river to get a steam tie loader to be used by the company at New Albany The boat will tow ties from both the lower and the upper Ohio with Now Alba ny as her headquarters You Know What You Are Taking When you tuko drove Tasteless Chill Ton- IC because the formula Is plainly printed on every bottlo showing that it Is simply Iron and Quinine In a tasteless form No cure No pay Price Soc Will Stand a Strong Chance John P HuswellJr who Is a can didate for delegate to tho Republican National convention from the Fourth district of Kentucky was at tho Wil lard last night coming from Hardins burg There are four other candidates in the race for the Republican honors and Mr Haswell believes that ho will stand a strong chance before the con vention Fridays Courier Journal IPierce in his large practice as a Specialist in womens diseases which is not like the many patent medicines on the market as it contains neither alcohol nor any narcotic It is purely vegetableDr rres Favorite Prescription establishes 1 regularity dries weakening drains heals inflam mation and ulceration and cures female weakness It cures headache backache nervousness A sleeplessness and other consequences of womanly t diseasettFavorite Prescription makes weak women strong sick women well Accept no 1 substitute for the medicine which works wonders for weak women 19 500Reward WHO CANNOT BE CURED 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 and makers of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription now feel fully warranted in offering to pay 500 in legal money of the United States for any case of Leucorrhea Female Weakness Prolapsus or Fall ing of Womb which they can not cure All they ask is a fair and reasonable trial of their means of cure Their financial responsibility is well known to every newspaper publisher and druggist in the United States with most of whom they have done business for over a third of a century From this fact it will readily be seen how utterly foolish it would be for them to make the above unprecedented and remarkable offer if they were not basing their offer on curative means having an un paralleled record No other medicine than Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription could possibly twin out as the saying goes on such a proposition But they know whereof they speak They have the most remarkable record of cures made by this worldfamed remedy ever placed to the credit of any preparation especially designed for the cure of womans peculiar ailments This wondetful remedy therefore stands absolutely alone as the only one possessed of such remarkable curative properties 40 would warrant its makers in publishing such a marvelous offer as is above made in the utmost good faith WORLDS DISPENSARY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION 66j Main Strut BUFFALO N Y I want to tell you of the great improvement in my health since taking your Favorite Prescription says Mrs H S Jones of Forest N C When I began its Use I was a phys ical wreck and had despaired of ever having good health again Could not sit up all day I noted a great Improvement before the first bottle was all used Was sutTering with almost every pain that a woman is subject to had inflammation of ovaries painful and suppressed periods and other symptoms of female disease After taking six bottles of Favorite Prescription I felt like a new person Can ride horseback and take all kinds of exercise and not feel tired SEND to Dr R V PIERCE Buffalo N Y for a FREE Copy of the II Peoples Common Sense Medical Adviser For papercovered copy enclose zr oe rent stamps to cover mailing only Clothbound 31 stamps AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAADo There is another side to this boy criminal business You can think of it while the youthful carbarn robbers in Chicago are preparing to pay for their crimes with their lives It is the money side of it Do you give your boy money Has he an income small perhaps but sure Does he work and feel that he is earning tmoney 1 Wo have in mind one father who was wise enough to re alize that fun and business could be mixed and a great deal of 3 Candthe lad blacked shoes kept the walk in front of the house swept and did work It accumulated for him his school holidayENo ho didnt whine and wonder why somebody else was 33not assigned the task HE WAS EARNING MONEY Early life he tasted the sweetness of pennies honorably earned i lie thought more of the 10 cents that close to hint weekly because of his labor than the occasional gifts of money that came to him nt other periods He was n business hat Ho had E a small compunction in wasting motley given to him outright but those hardearned pennies just naturally gravitated into aE 33toy bank The saving instinct and the working instinct aroused at the same time When the weekly salary creased to 25 cents more labor was added The boy wasworoIIrobbed of his playspell time but ho did have a duty to form did acquire a liking for work and there isnt a doubt tthe process helped mold his character tAnother man parceled out a plot cf ground to his children and purchased at good prices all the vegetables and flowers they could raise The natural desire for money spurred on their ef I forts the exorcise gave them added health and because of the fact that they had something to do there was little opportunity for them to seek or receive bad companyrThese are only suggestions taken from lifo suggestions 3 that eItI sit still and fold his hands You might as well ask a colt to heroine a sedate work horse It is in him to do something every waking hour It is your business to seo that that some thing is at least innocent in character and that out of it ho obtains hearty enjoyment health and if possible mental im provementA man who had made a study of children onto said ttlf by any chance I wanted to start a boy on tho road to hell I know of no easier way than to give him a liberal money allowance with no questions asked about tho disposition of tho same The ways are greased for a lad thus equipped Ask your boy if ho wouldnt like to EARN a little money every week Cincinnati Post- yyiyyvyy11yy117yy11yyyvyYYYYYYYYPYYYYYOVOryyTyyn Y u U A fg VEGETABLE SICILIAN ewerAyouthStops 4 t j a I I 1IIJ1UJiJiliJliJM I 5 If- U MIN1ONE CORES HEADmACHE net TorTHE ONLY LIQUID REMEDY ON THE MARKET THAT IS t PLEASANT TO TAKE HARMLESS SAFE AT ALL TIMES AND Sf FOR ALL PEOPLE CURES NEURALGIA NERVOUS HEADACHE ThDIZZINESS SICK HEADACHE OR HEADACHE FROM ANY CAUSE =ANSOMANIA ETC CURES BECAUSE IT REDUCES INFLAM r MATION QUIETS THE NERVES AND CORRECTS THE STOMACH ill I PRICE 25C FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS t1h I 1hit 1J I TV Y I tThe Breckenridge News iWEDNESDAY MARCH 80 1904 it Mrs Wathens Bereavement Flaget Wath n the bright and at i tractive tenyearold daughter of Mrs Jhapeze Wathen died at the family r resldenco in Owensboro Wednesday at teruoon of cerebral meningitis The body was taken to Irvington for bur lalon the Thursday tncrning train Mrs Wathen has the sympathY of a host of friends inthis city and county in her ead bereavement three deaths having occurred in her family in less than a year Her husband died last May and several weeks ago her motner Mrs Jane Fairleigh dlea CANCER CURED BY BLOOD BALM All Skin and Blood Diseases Cured Mrs M It Adams Fredonia Ala took Botanic Blood Balm which effect Dally onred an Bating 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 swelling etc have been cured oy Blood Balm Among others Mrs BM Guerney Warrior Stand Ala Her nose and lips were raw as beef with offensve discharge from the eating sore Doctors advised cutting but it failed Blood Balm healed the sores and Mrs Uuerney is as well as ever Botanic Blood Balm also cures eczema itching humors scabs and scales c bone pains ulcers offensive pimples k blood poison carbuncle scrofula rising and bumps on the skin and all blood i troubles Druggists 1 per large bottle ii Sample of Botanic Blood Balm free I L rand prepaid by writing Blood Balm wCoAtlanta Ga Describe trouble and special medical advice bent in sealed 1 letter It is certainly worth while in i vestigating such a remarkable remedy as Blood Balm cures the most awful worst and most deepseated blood dis eases i Graduates Next Tuesday J Byrne Severs of this city will gra duate from the Louisville School of Pharmacy on next Tuesday afternoon The commencement exercises will be held at the new Misonic Theatre and an elaborate banquet will be given at Seelbachs Mr Severs although one of its youngest member Is pres ident if the Senior class He will not receive lila dlploin for another year as he has not reached his majority He came down from Louisville last week i to be at home until the commence 44 ment How many feathers on a rouster +6 + 4 + e + + + 6 e + + 4 Californias Glorious Climate i i 1Breckenridge1 i half and Ican tell from my own experience somethingof climate Because California winters arc ideal the Statei IItho gained justly a reputation for cheerful comfort thousands annually from regions of wind ice and i i snow Why sit beside steam pipes or hug coal stoves when you can bask in the sunshine under an orange tree 1 Here is opportunity to escape from overpowering pummel heat as Here is the paradise of isurely as the severe cold of winter and the for no rainstorm will come i iimountain canyons or big tree groves There are Sierra lakes so filled with trout that a cubic water ordinance ought to be enforced and hundreds of mineral springs shown by i medical science to be not only equal but superior to the fumed natural fountains of the old world Surely California ii as a summer resort takes second place with no region on i earth 0 For prospective settlers as well as tourists there is i pleasure in the thought of climatic comfort Its an old to California but to men who have endured blizzards tiistor6and have paid fuel bills big enough to endow a college the f- i subject has a fascinating interest Libraries could be in tolling pleasureseokcrs of the attractive resorts of filledii i forum San Francisco with its Cliff House and its piciituresque harbor and cool air is not to bo slighted as a side resort In fact there are ninny cities harbors and chcs that it would bo useless to name which would afford pleasure to see Among the big trcos of the state tho IIbe over finds instruction and pleasure i And the mountains From Shasta to San Jacinto from Diablo to Whitney they are over now and over alluring to i the admirer of Natures rugged handiwork With Yosemite always first and the canyons of King and Kern rivers there t is wide choice for the man who loves the mountains f Yours truly III W WRIGHT i 4 + Deliver Good Tobacco Crop W N Pate Sonof Mattingly fin ished delivering their tobacco crop awl that of their tenants last week They sold 20700 Ibsat 5 4 and 2 which lenllzed a sum of 1100 The tobacco was of a very fair quality and was sold to J D Bi ashenr local buyer for the American Tobacco Uo Alex Petty an old colored man and his two sons who are tenants of W N Pate Son received 400 for their part of thecrop it being the tenth successful tobacco crop that they had raised on tne sa lund fhe Best Prescription for Malaria Chills and Fovur I101 it ixulto of Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic It II simply Iron and Qui Iyisnine In a tasteless form No Cure No Price 5Oc Edwin Arnold Dead Sir Edwin Arnold the famous journalist poet and lecturer and author of theLight of Asia died at London England Thursday at the age of sev entytwo Distress After Eatingwant ofappetite flatulency belching shooting pains are some ofthe most iniserycausiug symptoms dyspepsia and indigestion WALTHERS PEPTONIZEDPORT is the best remedy for all disorders of the stomach and digestive organs bccause it acts directly and naturally It is composed of pure port wine thc greatest of all tonics and pure pepsin natures own digestive agent Rev H Winthrop of Winstcd N C says Ii denlro to express to you mythanks for your wonderful Poptonlzed Port I wastroubled with dyspepsia for flve years previous to commenc ing to use your Port some six months ago My cure has been wonder A ml i urn pastor of the I 1rI Methodist Church or this and my congregation can testify to the great virtues of your preparation iValthera Peptonized Portis sold in two sizes Soc and ik THE WALTHER PEPTONIZED PORT CO Pittsburgh Pa For sale by A R FISHER Cloverport Ky fc- 1 Trial Bottle rree Price 25c For Sale hy Short Haynes Ar I The News is on Time I Jacksonville III March 171904 Mr J D Babbaso Dear Sin Enclosed find check for 100 for whicn please send the News to address another year You may UlYI inn very notlonate for renewing so shortly but I never knew the worth l of your paper until it ceased to come Friends may forget the News and fall to be on tlmebnt your paper does not Wishing you much success I am Yours truly W E Keenan Happy Healthy Children Any child can take Little Early Risers with perfect safety They are I harmless never gripe or sicken awl yet they are so certain in results that I robust constitutions requiring drastic means are never disappointed They cannot fail to perform their mission and every one who uses DeWitts Lit tie Early Risers prefer them to all other pills They cure biliousness Sold a by All Druggist Roosevelt to Start Pair Washington March 24 Althou hiiPresident Roosevelt cannot attend opening exercise of the Louisiana IPurchase Exposition he nevertheless will be a participant in them He has consented to press a button at the White House which will start the ma cuinery of the exposition This cere I mony will take place at 1 oclock Eastern standard time on April UO 8 The details of the ceremony have not been worked out yet but they will be = in a few days The President probably i 81 will send to the officials of the fair a 1 congratulatory message on Its opening and receive one in turn If its a bilious attack tame Cham berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and a quick recovery is certain For sale by Short Haynes Needs It in California Bradtmore Cn1Mr J D Bnb bage Dear Sir Enclosed find lOU for subscription to the News 1 need it even In the Golden State where all is milk and honeII I urn nt the lower end of the Mohavi Iedescrt seven miles from Mexico This Is a new and thriving country All the Innd is under imigationthe water source being the Colorado river It tapped eight miles below Yuma Ariz and the main canal will carry as much as Sinking creek in Keu tuckyice water from the RocKles but no ice There are 800000 acres under this water company and land sells at from 40 to 00 with wat r stock We grow wheat barley pats Kaffir corn and alfalfa two crops a year One hundred and sixtyfive feet below the sea level is time lowest point Mr Editor if you dont like this dump it into tne waste basket but send me the News Yours iuly B Kyle Adtnsaon Returns to Fordsville Dr JE Birnhill who has been one of the five successfultrareling salesmen for the Leitcbfield Pharmaceutical com pany has resigned to take up a lucrative practice at Fordsville Dr Barnhill gave up a splendid practice at that place several mouths ago lIe is not only a good physician but has also proven very successful as a salesman while on the road and his employers regret i give hint up The Care of Children It Is usually accepted without question that the modern scientific methods used In the care and bringing uj1p of Infants tend to Increase the average duration of human life Mr Charlton T Lewis writing In Harpers Weekly presents a different view When Ii ants were treated with less wisdom he points out the weaker perished and the stronger survived When tho sick are cared for so that a large number recover from disease It Is inevitable that on the average those who are thus rescued must bo weaker than the com munity to which they are restored Thus nil these Influences says M r Lewis In conclusion while saving life tend especially to save lives wliI hare feeble In a greater proportion than those which are strong and thus In the end must lower the vitality of the great mass of the population Lq e c p eiec ccceetgetcc1- IlF crowing popularity nf the O tit Soutliwrst and the continual Increase In to Unit section especially on the first and third Tuesdays uf curb month Illonieseekers Houndtrip and Colontst OmNYuy r duced rate dates encourages tlir Frisco System to add to Its already complete train equipment TOURIST SLEEPING CARS latest pattern In Train No Sleiivlnj St Louis S35 p m commencing Iotl Ilia and each first and third Tuesday following until further notice Decemberi iKcturnlim Tourist Sleeper will arrive St Louis following Monday In 0i scheduled to arrive Union Station 7iO a m connuctln with all linos Schedule and rates per double berth us below 50UTH 2Im43Su m 000 a in 410p m 420pm 09071ml 1010 pm 010 u in UHRTri RATE Iv Su Tous Frisco System Ar Ar SIrluIC uldE100 Ar Ar Jlonutt 100to Ar Ar Purls OO to Lv Lv Paris OiL Tux MidAr- Ar Knuls 60to Lv Lv Knnls IOU T Ar Ar Houston 300 Iv 1040pml1Oam l1Oam0Oam n 0OamDlOpm Heturnlui Tourist Sleeper leaves HOUSTON First and Third Saturdays 810 p reservation address In person or by letter nearest local representative 81For System or district representative as follows ofIII WISIIART T Pit St Louis J1 STUART TAYLOR TII A U Q seoeeoeQa e isIIs s u 4 II IMI H of Elizabethtown GABBERT Ky iii DISTRICT AGENT FOR YORKiii HOME INSURANCE CO NEW t THE LARGEST COHPANY IN THE WORLD writes FIRE LIGHTNING and TORNADO iiThis company INSURANCE giving tho most liberal contract on farm and i town property Prompt settlements guaranteed in case of loss Prompt attention given to any matters may come up t tJ B HERNDON Solicitor Irvington Ky AA 6 + + + 4 4 + 4I ninny on a It Saved Ills leg P A of Ga for six months with a sore on his leg but writes tnat Arnica Salvo cured it In days Ulcers Piles its the host salvo In world Cure Only 25o Sold by Short Jas R in Hon J Day of the last Honse Mr H Peters of House James R a well known nil of are in the city today en route for Wash where they will remain a wee or ton days on bent They leave on this Cand 0 train Times NORTH that A BLESSING TO HUMANITY The New baUm troubcures les blood and skin aches and pains and diseases of all kinds Baths are taken before 100 page book how to use it free about 10 Folds flat in 1 inch space 41 x 27 inches 30 inches deep large for person less than 250 price 7 by arrangement we can fill orders for 4 Ev eryone should have one of these Cabinet Co Box 39CloverportKy Fountain Pens Sale Cheap J D Babbage toHow feathers rooster Danforth LaGrange frightful running Uncklens wholly five For Wounds 1the guaranteed Haynes druggists Skillman Party William memter Kentucky George secretary committees and Skillman attorney Owensboro ington pleasure evenings Fridays Louisville 2On- miam Quaker folding Cabinet rheumatism lagrippe kidney diseases lumbago prevents retiring telling Weighs pounds enough weighing pounds Regular special cabinets Address For suffered Kills Many Woodcocks Hawesville Ky March 23 Ira Sullivan a young man of Blackford bottoms came to town Saturday with eight fine woodcock which he had kill ed the day befote It was the largest bunch ever seen at one time m this county Sullivan had been killing them for years as jacksnipe and was surpris ed when convinced of their true nature Time young fellow had no idea he was violating the game laws He said that there were hundreds of the fine birds in the bottoms anti that they came there every year lIe said he had sold some in Owensboro at 25 cents each Laxative Bromo uinine Cures a Cold inOnoDay Grip in 2 Days AfpJLonevyw cQ bOL 2Sc rr- y J I x The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY MARCH 30 10W WEBSTER Ditch the public roads Hol Drane returned from Lomuvll Sunday H H Norton was in Louisville last week with a load of hogs Miss Norris Kurtz went to LOUIS vine shopping last Monday- E F Carter Is considerably Indisposed as a result of measles- J B Gibsons family have had 8 pretty severe round of measles Tom Lyddan put a load of far cattle on the Louisville market Monday Ed Gaddie is delivering his tobacco crop to S N Hull of Clifton Mills Mrs T G Jordon is visiting her daughter Mrs Will Board at Gu tonHollis Drane was in Louisville last week purchasing a spring stjck ofI goodsMiss Lucy Payne of Mystic w1tA visiting her sister Mrs H O Keys last week Mrs Amon Kincheloe and children of Hardinsburg are visiting at TI HendersonsDr Crutcher of West Point was here recently to visit ins brother Clint Crutcher Miss Blanche Cl ycomb of Basin Spring is visiting per cousin Miss Minnie Claycomb Alex Robbins experience wit courts convince him that the ways justice are mighty queer Mrs Martha Stewart returned recently from a visit of several weeks duration in Daviess county Geo F Madden representing the Equitable Life Ins Co was her Friday and wrote some insurance Dr Edward Barr of Masonville Ky was n pleasant visitor at tilt Kurtz home Saturday night and Sun dayMrs S P Pars attendea the funeral of Mrs Clmpeze Watheni little daughter at Mt Merio lasi ThursdaytJoe Cooper of Hawesvllle and James Sentou of Cloverport were here last week looking after timber interests Thuriimn Drane who has been at tending school at HIli ned was at home lust week to keep store while his brother went to Louisville Tile announcement of the death of Alex Hendry produces great sorrow in this community and universal con dolenco Is exteLded to the bereaved family Inflammatory Rheumatism Cured William Shaffer a brnkeman ol Den nison Ohio was confined to his lied for several weeks with inflammatory rheumatism I urea many remedies ho says Finally I sent to McOawa drug store for a bottle of Chamber liuns Pain Balm at which time I was unable to use hand or foot and in one weeks tin o was able to go to work as happy AS a clam For sale by Short HayneaBIG SPRING JH Doran Mud Jack Collins were in Louisville last WOo It The second quarterly meeting for this circuit was hold at Howe Valley Mardi 22 nd 8 Born to the wife of Fred Edelin Mnrch 10 a daughter Masers Courtland Casey and Charles Adkiseon were in Louisville last week with some hogs Mrs Millnard and little son John of Louisville are visiting her daugh ter Mrs John D Meador R S Dow dl was in Louisville last week and disposed ofsevernl hogsheads of his tobacco at satisfactory prices Frank Hardin tins accepted a posi tion with n large hardware firm at AgersYour thin pale weak nervous chil dren become strong and well by taking Aycrs Sarsaparilla Small doses for a few days SarsaparillaThe and very marked Ask your doctor why it is He has our formula and will explain + Wlien 13 years old for man ninntlii no ono thouuht I could IIr IMCIUIP of tliln blond Hut Ill a few weeks Aytrn sir siarlllft com pletely restored 1111 to lniith MRS K lUiKMiNSiEii Vinelamt N i 5100 A bottle r c AYEltro dru-amaeeoamI forJnIt MRS The Children Slllousnossconstlpatlon prevent recovery Curo those with Ayors Pills MR JUSTICE FINNEMORE Judge of the Natal Supreme Court Sends the Following I Remarkable Testimonial TO GUTICURA The World Is Cuticuras Field Used Wherever Civilization Has Penetrated J11- rIdesire to give my voluntary testl mony to the beneficial effects of your Cutlcura Remedies I have suffered for some time from an excess of uric acid in the blood and since the middle of last year from a severe attack of Eczema chiefly on the scalp face ears and neck and on one UmboI was for several months under professional treatments but the remedies prescribed were of no avail and I was gradually becoming worse my face was dread fully disfigured and I lost nearly all my hair At last my wife prevailed upon me to try the Cntlcnra Remedies and I gave them a thorough trial with the most satisfactory results The disease soon began to disappear and my hair commenced to grow again A fresh growth of hair is covering my head and my limb although not yet qulto cured Is gradually improving My wife thinks BO highly of your remedies that she has been purchasing them in order to make presents to other persons suf fering from similar complaints and as President of the Bible Womens Society has told the Bible women to report If any case should come under their notice when a poor person Is so afflicted so that your remedies may be resorted to- ROBERT I8AA FINNEMORE Judge of the Nat Supreme Court Pletermarltzburg Nt 1 Oct 29 1901 Sold tbnrajrhotit the world Tear RtiolTeot SIe On form of CWolite Card P Uc per Y1I offs Ointment We ea Depot Ixmdon ST Cheer heuN SqPlaria hue de L Pelt 1JOo ISf Colitis bu a Cbem C Pole Prop- soTSmdfotallaboattbeatln seelp South Bend Ind and left last TuesdayMiss 11 ClarKson who lies been ccntiued to her bed with an attack of appendicitis for two weeks is now able to sit up Fishing has been all the go with the small boys arouna town and several IllRve come in with a good string of small cat hsh MIss ATalUse Norris entertaind a nnuier of little girls in honor of her fourteenth birthday last Thursday after games were indulged in they were invited out to the dining room where the table groaned under all thA delicacies of the season All left wishing Malisse that she might have a return of many happy bright days the following were the guests Leah Mend or Maud Scott Eunice and Ruth Russell Nora Armstrong and Miss dna Dowell WOLF CREEK C T Etherton is at name from xmisville for a few days Alvin Troutman of Joncordia ailed on Miss Kate Etherton Sunday Miss Mary Owings spent lastwek- wilh her sister Mrs Will Pekhiser MissINelle Gillihmd of Chenault taiae Monday to visit her cousin Jstelln Owings James Allen who has been in Vest Point for some time returned some last week Misses Beatrice Howard and Forest 2thertoii were guests of Mrs T W Owings Sunday John H ishinan and Will McCullum of Leaven worth were here several days ast week having barges loaded Mrs WD Smith went to Jefferson rille last week to visit her sister Mrs Peckenpaugh Miss Lizzie Thompson of Cedar Flllt spent several days last week the guest of bar friend Luella CJhism Mr and Mrs Win Cunningham pent Saturday night the guests of Ur and Mrs George BullocK near Jeechlaud Mrs Richard Smith and daughter belle went to Louisville Tuesday where they will spend severity months with relatives Misses Jennie and Dora Flannery spent several days of last week in heaven worth IndIthe guests otJMiss Louise Elliott Mrs Jessie Wilson and baby re tu rued to Louisville last week after everal wfceks visit with her mother Jrs H F Allen RAYMOND I Henry Bashnut was at Hnrdimburg Saturday on business Miss Essie Cashman spent last week nth her sister Mrs Winfield Hen dry Mr and Mrs Claud Grant were the uests of Mrs A J Keys Friday igth Leon Cashtaan and son Henry went to Hardinsburg Saturday on businessMisses Mary and Bettie Mercer and Miss Leah Jones spent Sunday with Miss Lizzie Head Miss Dee Baaham and grandmother Mrs Henry Basham spent Satnrda night with Mrs Leon Cashman PATESVILLE Perry Arbra has the measles Mrs Dave Clark is very ill Lawrence Marlow was in Chambers TuesdayDr of Chambers was in town Wednesday Miss Lucy Corley is very ill and iIs thought to have the measles Elvie Morris of near Weber was in town Wednesday John McFarland ot Cloverport was in town Saturday Ehas Deunc who has been ill wits measles is out again Mr Groves of Tobinsport Ind is in town this week on business- J W Christian who has been very ill for several weeks is out again Mrs D G Hatfield who has been very ill for several weeks is improv ingJohn Y Traverse and son Y Rob ert of near Weber were in town Friday Wm Powers went to Hardinsbnrg Thursday of last week toj deliver a load of tobacco Mr and Mrs Jesse Marlowe enter tained the flinch olub Wednesday night of last week Mesdames Ed Bunk and Fladgc Robbins of Pellville were the guests of Mrs Amos Coiley Saturday Mrs Ed Arbra andson French of near Lyonia spent several days last week with her uncle M V Marlowe and family Messrs A V Day T W Harmon N Starks Jr John Arbra Clint Reid and Oscar Young were in Cloverport Saturday on business Wm Powers our new clergyman delivered a sermon at the Baptist church last Sunday evening it being his second attempt at the ministry A very large audience were present to hear the sermon RAYMOND Mrs Jennie Bashaui is better at this writingClaud Grant started last week for Knob CnI- Walter and Essie Cashuian are on the sick list Mrs Nannie Grant is visiting her parents at Cloverport Willie Grant got his arm badly cut while playing with an ax Miss Sallie Avitt was the guest of Miss Gola Grant Saturday night and SundayMrs Nettle Robins and Miss Dee Bushain visited Mrs Alex Hendry SundayMisses Mary and Cordelia Cashuian Artie Avitt and daughter Miss Ada ihd Messrs June Bashnui Solomon Shellman and Roscoe Avitt were the guests of Mr and Mrs G W Cash wan Monday Fear Injury From Freeze Webster Ky Mnrch 2JSpeclal It is feared tnat the freeze Sunday night killed peaches and the tobacco plants in this section LIVERTROUBLES I find TXsdfords BuckDraught a good medicine for llrer disease spentneticine I takeMRS CAROLING MARTIN Parkersburg W Vs If your liver does not act regularly go lruggist and- secure a package of Thedfords BlackDraught and take a dose constipatebowels and causes a healthy secretion ofbileThedfords Draughtwillpurities and strengthen the kidneys A torpid liver invites cords biliousness chills and fever and allmanner of sick ness and contacipn Weak kid neys result in Brights disease which claims as many victims as consumption A 2b cent package of Thedfords Black keptinDlackDraudJtcomplaintsexcelItWILLIAMbleheod H- ITHEDFORD3 6LA IDRAUGHT t CATARRH THE MOST DANGEROUS i Jt OF ALL CHRONIC DISEASES 7 r4 not hot lint add wolght and tmportfe r nr t T T t trI Colds Not Promptly Cured Are Sure I to Cause CatarrhI Catarrh Improperly Treated is Sure to Make Life Short and Miserable Many Wonderful Cures Are Made by Peruna spares no organ or fune CATARItU body Jt is capablo of dnjtroylng sirht tv r oo rU HOTtcIl of it the her home with and the Gentlemen use of Pe runa has been a blessing to those with catarrh So of my acquaintances Itfive been cured and benefited by its use that its curative qualities should be known I do not to it as the best remedy yet discovered that dis ease D Y Corbin 916 Chi cago Opera House 111 excretion It pervades every part of the human body Peruna also cures bronchitis coughs and consumption the first stases with lIon D Y Corbin Is exUnited and cousin General Corbin the United States Army Corbin is one tho boat known lawyers in fhloatornd stands hlph pro f mnnn Save Cost and Trouble Wo are trying in this month to sea every man woman and child owing us taxes we arc forced to settle with tho county tho first day of and are also forced to return a delinquent list Please come to the Court House and settle or write me and I will send the amount I need tho taxes you owe mo and cannot take any excuse SAVE YOURSELF COST AND ME TROUBLE BY PAYING AT ONCE Pay now I will not be forced to advertise your propertyH M Heard D S 1st and 6th Districts P S A deputy is riding in each District every day Pay this month to the deputy or send it to me as I must have it Grand BallFIRST OF THE SEASON Will be Given on Friday April 8 1904 In W N Pate Sons new store house at Mattingly In the evening supper will be served in the building Good order will be preserved and good music fur nished WNPATESON r6NV6 d i kA7 wl l Blf l Easter Meeting L C Mrs G W Short gave Ladles Reading Club Easter entertainment at Thursday afternoon The house was decorated Easter flowers refreshments were The troubled many generally hesitate recommend for Chicago unfailing certainty States Senator of Adjutant of Judo of as April so a an served in yellow by two little girls Elizabeth Bkillman and Lenora Mo Gavock who were dressed as Easter flowers The entire color scheme was very pretty and attractive How many feathers on a rooster f ca aneo n Vh thousands ot te l lal2from the humbler walks of life Catarrh Is tho cause of at least one t half of the ills to which the human J family is subject la there no way toii escape from it T There Is Poruna never fails to euro a cold Pe runa never falls to euro catarrh In the I first stage Pcrnna cures catarrh in tho ij second stage nine cases out of ten Po 1 Tuna cures catarrh in its last and worst t stages in the majority of cases and never tails to benefit ovory ease hhow- ever bad A book on tho euro of throat and lung diseases and catarrh in all stages and varieties sent frco to any address by Tho Poruna Medicine Co Columbus O My Life Hung by a Mere Thread Pcruna Cured Me v Mrs Sarah Smart 270 Hayward St Brooklyn NV writes 1 cant tell in words how low I was My life hung by a mere thread I was waiting for months to die My trouble was consumption or bronchitis I suffered no pain when I was low but coughing and breathing kept sapping what littlo strength I had I eat sleep or oven lean back on a char I was a mere skeleton I said to my husband I I cant last much longer My neighbors say they do not know how I ever recovered It was almost a miracle I took your medicine but three Jmonths when I could do my housework and washing and have been doing it ever since Now I am able to do anything You would never think I had been troubled with such a serious ill ness I shall always keep your medicine In my houseMrs Sarah Smart Despaired of Recovery J Mrs R L Aulioh Vice President American Genealogical Association fbI n street N SV Washington D C writes i 41 I know whereof I speak when I say that Peruna is a wonderful remedy for colds and catarrhal trouble Last fall I I was very much debilitated tram tho effect of a cold contracted early in tho summer and which I neglected know that my system was in need of medicIne and rest but to find tho right thing was the problem Happily I gave Peruna a trial first and have no reason to complain of tho results Within a month I had entirely recovered my strength and good health and really felt better and stronger than before Mrs It L Aulich If you do not derive prompt and satis factory results front tho use of Peruna write at once to Dr Hartman jiving a hill statement of your case and ho will ho pleased to give you his valuable ad vloo pratst nO POIY1B A JJIH1 JOHNSON Stands a Fine Robinson SnowFlake = =JACK At his farm 3 miles from Holts Bottom Also a Bay Stallion at the above place j 5 EACHS JAS H JOHNSON Farm Near Holts Bottom Ogden is Located William Ogden the former cnshlerkki of the bank at West Point who dis appeared so mysteriously from his V3 home two months ago has been lo tcated at MoLeansboro HI where his wife and children have joined him and he has a position in a railroad office Experts found all of Ogden s accounts to be correct Mrs D C Beuton and children 1t came down from Louisville Wednesday to be the guests of her parents Mr and Mrs 0 B Mattingly DR FENNERS KIDNEY awl Backache UREdladderI Dont become discouraged There is a cure for you If necessary wrIte Dr Itanncr Ho luis spout a life tlrno curing just such cases usyours All consultations Free- I had severe case of kidney disease and rheumatism discharging bloody matter soriousllalTecwdKidney and Dackacho Cure cured us both F M WtlEELEU Randolph la Druggists lfecl Ask forCoolc Doolt Free QT VITIIQinAMnC Sure Cure Circular Dr Fenner FredoniafcY For Sale By Short do Haynes t V