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THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXVIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 6 1904 8 Pages NO 38 11 FARMERS MEET AGAIN fiHardlnsburg Ky April 5Spev- ial I The Breckenridge Connty DarK Tobacco Growers associationj held their third regular meeting at j ItjIthusi astio gathering tbat has yet beenI The president of the association i G S Wilson expressed himself as being Highly pleased and greatly en couraged as did nearly every other I farmer who was in attendance Alli now begin to feel that a permanent organization of all tho dark tobticco grower of the Green river district is t practically assured Steps were takon that It is believed will soon lead to this aesired end J 0 aud a State convention of the growers of the weed was called to meet in Owensboro on the second Monday iin July next to which everyone of the SecI s congrEsslonalfdistricts in invited nnd urged to send delegates Resolutions were carefully drawn and unanimously adopted which as nearly as possible set forth I rorganrs were W S Ball Joel H Pile W B Taul and Matthew Shrewsberry Ths resolutions will be published in full1 in the next issue of the News The trews is in full sympathy and accord with this much needed move ment among the farmers and it tenders them its hearty support in this effort to increase the price of this staple product Funeral At Freedom Hardintbnrg Ky April LSpe- etaWill H Hook died very suddenly here at his home of hemorrhage of the lungs on Monday March 28 The funeral services were held on the following day at Freedom church whore the deceased held his member ship He was a son of the late Rev Henry Hook was thirtyseven years L of age and unmarried He leaves n i mother and many other relatives to mourn his untimely loss Deals At Hardinsburg- Hnrlinsburg Ky April 5tSpe1- a1County Clerk Win F Hoo has purchased the Moorman home stead The consideration was 10011 Mrs Judith M ball has purchased of Win F HOOK his residence on Cloverport street The consideration was f100 To Open Room This VeekwMike Fopham is making preparations to open his pool room this week in the Uelze building vacated last week by F T Heyser Ee was granted K license to operate a wool table a ti5 a year by the city council at a A meeting in March I + Making Old Mistake j Webster Ky April 5Spocinlr rGreat preparation is being madhoy the farmers of this section to put h out a tobacco crop The acreage perII haps will be greater than that of ant J preceding year i s Buy Neat Stephensport i Union Star Ky April GSpecinl 1 Mr and Mrs James Hall have 1 purchased H house and lot from Wm J Petit for 100 The property is to- oi 1 cated near StephensportJ T 1 Henry Cole Released I Henry Cole colored of this city IJI6 I who shot an Owensboro uergo nt Hawesville March 20 was release- rr ffrom custody at Hnwosvllle last week as the latter did not appear in court to testify against him Melledgeville Ky Jan 1 1003 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir I have been t great sufferer from kjdney disease and was treated t uy ny Homo physicians with no bene fit Your Texas Wonder has cured m i and I am satisfied it saved my lifean- I d can cheerfully recommend it to la dies suffering with kidney and blndderI troubles RespectfullyMrs Frost i A TEXAS WONDER c One small bottle of tho Texas Won J der Halls Discovery cures all kidney t and bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emission weak and lame backs rheumatism and all1 irregularities of the kldnovs and blad der in both men ana women regulates Madder troubles in cnildren If not sold by your druggist it will be sent by mail on receipt of 1 One small bottle is two months treatment and seldc falls to perfect a cure Dr E N Hall sole manufacturer P 0 Box I 620 St Luis Mo Send for testi monials Snld by alllruggists Office myB31 Olive street ATTHE CHURCHES At the M E church South Sunday morning a good slzed audIence heard a strong and interesting sermon on the Resurrection by Rev P L King and an excellent rendition of Gloria from Mozarts Twelfth Mass and as an offertory Fnuren4 See Now Our Altar by the choir In the evening a large au dience was held attentive an hour and a half by a much enjoyed and much praised rendition of the ora toriocantata DavId King of Israel which was first sung in the Methodist church cn Sunday after noon March 13 The cantata was sung by the choir of the Methodist church and members of the chair of- the Baptist church under the able leadership of A H Murray Father C Brey preached at St Roses at 830 oclock Sunday morning l on the Resurrection and at the Immaculate Conception church at Hawesville at 1045 oclock The vocal and instrumental music pr gram at each church was as follows Kyne Battman GlorlnBattmna UredoBattmanRegina SanctneBattmanAgnus DelBattmnnFa- ther Aloysins G Meyering of Browns Valley near Owensboro de livered an excellent lecture onliThe Passion of Our Lord at St Bose Friday evening He stoke for nboi fortyfive minutes to n congregation the different denominations of the town Rev C G Bolton of near Louis Title is conducting n protracted meet ing at the Baptist ohnrcn this week jHe delivered his opening sermon Snn day morning Two services one iin jthe afternoon and one in the evening are being held daily and every one iis cordiallyI invited to attend BEWLEYVILLE Eddie Jordan is at Alexis Ill J D Beavin was at his old home Saturday Societyk of Equity met Saturday afternoon Dr J OBush will be in Hardias bnrg Monday May 0 for one week Bob Jordon arrived at home Friday evening He has been with relatives Iin TexasMr Mrs Roy Payne of Ekron ere here Sunday attending church and visiting parents Miss Ina McCoy began her schoolI jhere Monday There are enough children noar to make a good school cougratulta j tions to Hunter Hnrdnwny There I came to his home recently dear lift girl named Harret BeUeIRev Hynes brought his wife wi him lo preaching Sunday Mrs Hynes has many old friends here who esteem her very highly and are pleased with rnyThey were guests of Miss Blanche Jolly We have the beautiful yellow EasterIIj lily in grent profuseness nnd also tbeII perfumed purple hyacinth How de iightfnl they are to us us they seem speak to us of aim who said Coos J r tne lilies of the field how they grow they toil not neither do they1 j spin Golden Rod FRYMIRE Will Peters has measles MIsa Maude Barger who was ill I is improving T D Brody was at S J Brashears Friday on business visitedd at Dr J Ct Bush will be in Hardins burg Monday May 0 for one week Mrs Jane Bruner shipped a lot of Easter blossoms to the Orphans Home in Louisville this weep Lee Cook who has been viiUing his sister Mrs Clate Brown return ea to Oklahoma Saturday Mrs H E Frymirp and son Junius Miller and Miss Ethel Philpot wore the guests of Jabez Brashear Thurs day t- 1lrs Jabez Brashear and daubht Alliene who have been visiting in Kentucky the past month left Monday for their homo in Missouri mFiscal Court in Session Harainsbnrg Ky April 6 Spe slabFlacnl court convened here yesterday with Judge Matthias Miller residing j TOBINSPORT FIGHT Tobmsport Ind across the river from this city wag the steno of n peculiar affray SaturJay which might have resulted in a double or n triple tradegy Four young men of that place sails to blows without any np parent cause and the mother of one trial to get mixed up in the melee with a hatchet but didnt and thats why no one was killed The affair occurred In Geo Polks store about 9I oclock in the evening The fight tract something niter this fashion Starling Kindle struck Sam Groves in the mouth and knocked him down Dude Sutera knocked down Tom Groves and Groves in turn bit Snters in the mouth nnd knocked him down For a time it was a fist and skull knifeslashing rough and tumble free for all fight on the floor out on the porch and in the street In the general uproar Suters mother cried for a hatchnt to wreck her vengeance on those ho oFaforesaid there fTobinmaker and got his hand cut No one seemed to be drinking and the exact canse of the affray id not clear Prob ably there was no cause and the wanted n good oldfashioned tight just for the excitement it nfforaed and they got it several bruised faces being left to tell the tnle tcUNION STAR ofBJames Hall was in town Sunday J D Gardner was in Stephens Sunday Nellie Cnshuinn is at home from Louisville Mrs J B Severs is preparing to move to Owensboro P M Beard and wife visited D S Richardson Sunday C D Brashear was the guest of Miss Ella Bandy Sunday- L B Hall visited friends in the country Wednesday night Wilburn Brown visited relatives I near Uardinsbnrg SundayIJames Younger was the guest of MIPS Sue A Brashear last week Dr J C Bush will be in Hnrdlns burg Monday May 1U for one week Miss Liss Cnshuinn entertained her friends Wednesday evening at Flinch N G Barbee and son went to Hites Run Thursday to sell his to bncco Mrs Mary Jane Crosson is in Cloverport visiting Mrs Harry J Hiimman Mrs Adam McCoy and Mrs Carlton Stiff were in Stophonsport shop Ding Saturday laMisses Lies Cashmnn mind Emma nnd Francis Severs visited Mrs John 1W hit recently hDlra Tune Miittingly entertained ninny of her sear relatives at anI Easter dinner Sunder John Jess and Ida Gardner enjoyed n most bountiful country dinner at the home of NGBarbee Sunday John Gardner was tho guest of his brothers Will and Newsom Gardner of Irvington several days of last week toMisses Hallie Severs and Brooke andd1 Herbert Jolly visited at John Diddle a SundaySnow carpets woron and Also further prepI nrations are being made before they leave for Owensooro LAHANT H Manning was in town on business Wash Hickerson gave a pleasant social Ftiday night George Speak was visiting his friends here last week Mrs John Tobin and children visit ed friends here Sunday Born to the wife of 0 F Day singor April 1 a girl Miss Melissie Rose was visiting I friends in Owensooro last week Fnnloy Pike was the guest of his sister Mrs C F Bnyslnger last week J 0 Mesero was given a surprise party Tuesday night by several young en erMessrs Orbie and Virgil Hiokorson will leave for New Orleans in a few days Two barges were loaded on Yellow Bnnk areas with home timber ins weeK Henry Masterson left Saturday for HanCOCK county to tnke charge ot tho farm of his brother Willie Masterson who was killed by lightning KENTUCKYS EXHIBIT The headquarters of the Kentucky Worlds Fair Commission will be moved this ween from Louisville to the Kentucky Building on the Exposi tion grounds at St Louis The Secre tars and Director of Exhibits will open offices in time Kentucky Building with his nsslstnntsnnd therefore from this date all exhibits fur either the Kentucky Building consisting of fine arts womans work relics books etc or for the different exhibit palaces consisting of minerals agricul ture educational displays forestry etc should he shipped direct to the exposition The railroad companies require prepayment on all freight shipments from the point of origin to the bmldingfor which they are destiu ed in the exposition grounds Any railroad agent will compute these charges for exhibitors Mrs Bertha Miller Smitn of Richmond has been elected hostess of the Kentucky Building at the Worlds air after n most spirited contest be ore the Kentucky Commission Mrs Smith Is the widow of Dr A W Smith of Ricnniond who at the time of his death was Deputy Grand Exalted Ruler of the Order of Elks for cultureta refinement of most prepossessing appearance und will certainly sad both grace und charm to the New Kentucky Home at this great show Besides Mrs Smith there will be two other ladies in the Kentucky uild lug Mrs Fanny A Cnrothers of Bardstown as Superintendent ofm MrstMary A Burton of Lebanon in charge of the Information Bureau on the first floor The next meeting of the Commies loners will be held in the Kentucky Building on April 3U at 10 oclock This is the opening any of the Exposition und the business session of the Commission will be over in time for the board to intend the opening cere monies to be presided over by a Keu tnckinu Presidnt David K Francis President Theodore Roosevelt willi press tho button which will put life Iinto the exposition nt 1 oclock on April CO At this meeting of tne Commission n program for Kentucky Dny at the Exposition Thursday June 2 will be decided upon The only definite part of time program tans far agreed upon is the playing of My Old Kentucky IInwaon tie big pipe organ in Festival Holland the singing of the song Gr en Ken tucky Pastures written by Miss I Kate Slaughter McKinney of Mont gomory Ala a former Kentuckian who is known to fame as Katydid This song will doubtless be sung by n wellknown Louitiville tenor At n meeting of the Kentucky Worlds Fair Coimmuion last FrhlyII it was decided to limit the classes of livestock that would bo entitled t duplicate prflimnius up to the amount of f7r0 from tho Stoic appropriation 1 to horses mules jnoKS jimmies cattle sheep hogs and atig ra gouts These duplicate premiums will b 1 limited to Kentucky stock In order to participate in the distribution of this 7GOO appropriation duplicate en- Bowlesttrios must be sent to J B Commissioner in charge of live StocK jBardstown Kentucky prior to August 1 tops the Cough and Works off the Cold Laxative Ilromo Quinine Tablets euro a cold In ouu day No cure No pay Price 23c ROAD PROPOSITIONH- ardinsburg I Ky April 5Spe- yclnlIt is stated on good authority that a proposition will bo submitted to the present Fiscal Court to issue bonds to the extent of 200000 for the purpose of metalling the roads in the county Tho advocates of this measure claim that by thin means about 150 miles of road can be piked They claim that the proposition will carry It is not known however how the members of the court stand on this question but it can be stated author itnth ely that it will be seriously con sulered as prominent anti influential men too behind the scheme Elect School Trustees Hnrdinsburg Ky April 5Ste- clnLAt an election hold here last Saturday Jesse Whitworth Nathaniel Wntlington and A X Kincholo- v Hatt dinsburg school district OASXORXABe- nr i the y Be Kind YouHaw Always Bought Signature ooJI- Gl dA I ROYAL Baking Powder Is Most Economical Because it makes better and more healthful food ROYAL DAKNQ POWDER CO NEW YORK GARFIEL D Verner Mattingly went to Sunday Miss Lena Denton is teaching a spring school here Miss Clara Macy is attending Prof Driskells school at Harned Miss Violet McCubbins who has been sick all winter is improvinggDr J C Bush will be in Hnrdius burg Monday May lU for one week Elisha Simmons of Hardjn county was here last weetc visitin mother Mr Williams of Indiana is withi A A Richardson fixing up his corn illwMrs Bell Hufiines of Earned i visiting her brothers Virgil mind Oilht PriestClive Bruner is home from Illinois whore he has been for the past twoj yearsMrs Laura Compton visited her son in Hnrdiusbnrg Saturday and SundayMr Mrs Virgil Smith have rented rooms with Loa Stoa an 1 have gone to housekeeping Mrs Lee Sipes is still at Lodibnrg with her sister nnd brotherinlaw C L Pats who is quite sick liar G Cundiff filled his regular appointment at the Presbyterian I church last Saturday nod Sunday Ernest Driskell anti wife of Harned1 were here shopping lust weuk They will leave soon for Webb Miss where they will reside In manced contrast to the grey umber of patent medicine cure all s and secret preparations is Walthers Peptonized Port This preparation claims no iifngio virtues hue no mysterious composition and does not presume upon too intelli kenos of the people hy pretending to be a sovereign cure for all the ills tto which tho flesh is heir 01Vttitnera Poptnntied Port oomeei as A common sense tonic oompoeed off two wellknown remedies port wine nnd pepsin about tho efficacy o which Ithere is no question All1 PeptontzePort Small size GO cents large size 100 WOLF CREEK Mrs Ell Trouhnnn was the guest off Mrs Ellen Howard Sunday The sale nt Sylvester Howards Sat urday was largely attended Edith Cunningham spent Sunday with Mrs George Flannery W D Smith went to Louisville Saturday with some fine cattle Lavelle Ediuounds shipped two1 hogshends of tobacco last week Sylvester Howard and Lnvelle E mounds went to Louisville Tuesday Miss Laura Etherton spent Friday with her sister Mrs T W Owings Mr and Mrs B F Ethorton en terbminedir crowd of our young poop Thursday night Mrs John Troutmnn who has been visiting her daughter near Chenault returned home Tuesday Neva and Mnmie Lawrence Owings woro the guests of Miss Roberta Pnrkhiser Mondny night Mr and Mrs Wm Edmoan spent Saturday with their daughter Mrs Win Cnnninghnm Mrs Jnuiea Flannery and daughte- Nolte were the guests of Mrs Flannery nnd daughters Mond ny beeon relatives in Louisville andI Jeffersonville returned home Tuesday nightMisses =Robbie Lena Essie and Fan Ole Bullock audMittie Johnson were the guests of Edith Cunningham Tuesday I j A Kansas Leaf South Haven Kan April SSpe bornnHughLustis orTohlnlportLIKE FINDING MONEY drugistsjUlltlikeare selling a regular 50 cent bottle of Dr Howards celebrated specific for the cure of con balfprlceIn theynmoney any pur closer whom the speoi fie does not ire It is quite unusual to be able to buy siftycentf butthnlmeans for it is only recently through the solicitation of Drugiribt Short R beboughturged the proprietors to allow them to sell it at this reduced price for n little while agreeing to toll a certain theirdhas been something remarkable Anyone who suffers with headache dyspepsin dizziness sour stomach specks before the eyes or any lusttrouble should take advantage of this opportunity for Dr Howards specific will cure nil these troubles But if by any chance it should not Short Haynes will return your money LOCALtMarch livery bodys StJD Bnbbage Mrs J M Fitch has loan quite ill of Ingrlppe J D Broghoiir spout falter In Louievllle New 10 cent detective novels J D Bnbbage Mr nnd Mrs Hnrrr Morrison were in Hwerille Sunday partfspring 1lIclurus and Mumey for April full of whats gool1J D Bnbbago James Mnxterson of Troy Ind wnsjiere Wednesday and Thursday Colliers Easter I number 32 pages good rending10c atJ D Babt age SaUl Ahi of Hardmsburg has u position at Agnews butcher shop Judge Matthias Miller of Hardms burg wus in the city lost Wednesday W M Frymire of Ekron was the guest of his Miter Mrs D H Severs Sunday Mrs Claude Grant of LOdiburg who has the guest of relatives here has returned home Ernestdof Hnrdinsburg were here Sunday LouisvillefFred McClnnahnn was up from Hen derson last Wednesday the guest of lehis brother C T McClnnnhnn Will Bowmer was down from Louis ville Sunday the guest of his parents Mr nnd Mrs W H Bowmer An iron fence has been placed around tho residences of J M Fitch Allen Kingsbnry find A Fallen childrendswere in week the guests of Mrs I J MuoKontuss downrbe the guest of Miss Jane Hambleton Allen Pierce was down from Louisville Sunday and Monday the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs It B Pierce Rev and Mrs P L Ring and children were the guests of Mr and Mrs Melville Eskridgeat Owensboro several days last week H I r I I I I II t I I I I I II I I I I I I I r I I II r I I I I I I I I I t I I I It fW tW TIlE STROLLERS By FREDERIC S ISHAM Hii ii Author of Under the Rose rk K ii Copyright 1902 by TUE DOWEN MERRILL COMPANY I ii trtrfrtrtrtrfrtrlrtrtrfrirtrtrfrtrtt irtiKrtKr AMl- AAAAAAAAAAA i AAAA AA AAAA +eHol d 3II d 3 I dhd 0101 +++tZtI I II ++ 414+ JooHoI oJooH CHAPTEIl X- VITUE engagement nt time new St wns both memorable profitable the IMvnyutio before the tithes an uudu clous sheet being especially kind to the players This paper said n writer of the day was ItS full of witti cisms as one of Thnckoniys dreams nftur a light supper and as for its editors Straws and Phnzmn they are poots who eat talk and think rhyme The Picayune contained a poem ud drossed to Miss Carew written by Straws in a cozy nook In the veranda at the Lake land with his absinth be fore him and the remains of an elab orate repast about him It was then quite the fashion to write stanzas to actresses The world was not so pro sale as it is now and oven the president of the United States John Quin- Cy Adams penned graceful verses to a fair ward of Thalia One noon a few days after the opening performance several members of the company were late for rehearsal and Hnriips strode impatiently to and fro glancing at his watch and frown Ing darkly To avenge himself for the remissness of the players he roared at the stage carpenters who were con structing a balcony and to the supers who were shifting flats to the scenery room The light from an open door at the back of the stage dimly illumined the scone Overhead in the tiles was intense darkness while In front the auditorium yawned like a chasm In no wise suggestive of the brilliant trans formation at night Ugh I said Susan standing in one of the entrances It Is like playing to ghosts Fancy performing to an nudlonco of specters Perhaps the phantoms of the past really do assem ble in their old places on occasions like this Only you cant hear them applaud or laughAre ou looking for admirers among ghosts remarked Ilawkes ironically Dont she returned with a little shlvor So ladles and gentlemen you are all hore at last exclaimed Barnes inter rupting this cheerful conversation Some of you are late again today It must not happen again Go to Victors Moreaus or Miguels as much as you ploaso If you have a headache or a heartache in consequence that is your own affair but I am not to be kept waiting the next day Victors Indeed retorted the elas tie old lady As Ir Xo ono supposed madam that at your age begnn the manager At my age If you think Arc you all rendyr Interrupted tames hastily knowing he would be wonted in any argument with this veteran player Then clear the stage Art flrtt And the rehearsal began It the audience were specters the performer moved apparently without rhyme or reason mere shadows on the dimly1 lighted stage enacting some semblance to scenes to mortal life their jests and gibes unnatural in that coniiMintlvely empty place their voices out of the semidarkness like those of spirits rehearsing nets of long ago In the evening it would all be come an amusing bright colored real ity but now the barrenness of the scenes was forcibly apparent That will do for today said the manager at the condition uf the last act Tomorrow ladies amid gentle men at the same time and any one who IB late will be lined Changing tho piece every few nights IB nil work and no play complained Susan It will keep you out of mischief my door replied Karoos gathering up Ills manuscripts Oh I dont know about that re turned Miss Susan with n defiant toss of the head as she moved toward the dressing room where they had left their wraps It was a small apart ment fairly bright nail cheery with here and there a portrait against the wall Above the dressing table hung n mirror diamond scratched with hlero glyphic scrawls among which could be discerned a transfixed heart spitted like a lark on an arrow timid an etch- Ing of Lady Gay Spanker with cork screw curls Ttigllonl in pencil carica ture her limbs divinely slender gyrated on her toes in reckless aban don above this mute record of names now forgotten Whtr lovely roses Constance ex claimed Susan as she entered bending over a large bouquet on one of the chairs From the count I presume Yes indifferently answered the young girl who was adjusting her hat before the mirror How attentive ho Is cooed Susan hor tones floating in a higher register Poor man Enjoy yourself while youI may my dear she went on WhenI youth Is gone what is left WomenI should sow their wild oats as well nsI inon I dont call them wild oats through but paradisaicalI oats The Elysian fluids are strewn with them As she spoke her glnneo swept her companion searchingly and in that brllt si ru tiny Susan observed with Inward complacency how pale the other was and how listless her manner Theft common secret however made SusansI outward demeanor sweetly solicitousI and gently sympatnetlc tier miuu passing in rapid review over recent events dwelt not without certain satisfaction upon results True every night FUO was still forced to witness Con stances success which of Itself was wormwood and gall to susun to stand in the wings and listen to the hateful applause but the conviction that the sweets of popular favor brought not what they were expected to bring was in a way an antidote to Susans dissatisfaction A little knowledge is a dangerous thing and can sometimes be made an noying In Susans case it was n weap on sharpened with honeyed phrase and consolatory bearing for she was not blow to discover nor to avail herself of the irritating power this knowledge gave her Constances pride and reticence however made it difficult for Susan to discern when her shafts went true Moreover although harboring no suspicion of Susans dissimulation she instinctively held aloof from her and remained coldly unresponsive Perhaps in the depths of Susans past lurked something Indefinable which threw Its shadow between them an inscrutable Impediment and her inability to pene trate the young actress reserve how ever she might wound her awakened Susans resentment But she was too world wise to display her Irritation She even smiled sweetly now as con fidante to confidante and turning to her impulsively said Let me help you on with your cloak dearOut of the quiet deserted theater Isolated from external din to the busy streets where drays went thundering by and Industry manifested itself In resounding clatter was n sudden but not altogether unwelcome change to Constance Without waiting for the mnn ages who paused at the rear entrance to impress his final instructions upon a stolid looking property man she turn ed quickly Into the noisy thorough faresOn and on her restlessness led her conscious of the clangor of vehicles and voices and yet remote from them past those picturesque suggestions of the one time Spanish rulers in which the antiquary could detect evidence of rev mote oriental Infusion past the silken seductions of shops where ladles swarmed and hummed like bees Ground the luscious hive past the idlers re sorts from whence came the ratatat of clinking billiard balls and the loud er rumble of fulling tenpins In a window of one of these places a club with a reputation for exclusiveness a young man wns seated news paper in hand a cup of black coffee on a small table before him and the end of a cigar smoking on the tray where he had placed it With a yawn he had just thrown aside the paper and was reaching for the thick dark beverage his hand thin and nervous when glancing without he caught sight of the acv tress in the crowd Obeying n sudden Impulse he arose picking up his hat which lay on a chair beside him Yo order am ready in a moment Mr Mauvllle said a colored servant hurrying toward the land baron as the latter was leaving Ive changed my mind and dont want It replied the other curtly And sauntering down the steps of the club with 111 concealed Impatience he turned in the direction the young girl had taken keeping her retreating figure in view now so near her In tho crowded street he could almost touch her then ns they left the devious ways more distant but ever with his eyes bent upon her lie had almost spoken when In the throng he ap proached within arms length but something he knew not what restrain ed him and a press of people separated them Only for a moment and then ho continued the questionable pleasure of following her Had she turned she would probably have seen her pursuer but absorbed In thought she continued on her way unconscious of his presence On and on she hurried until she reached the tranquil outskirts and lingered before the gate of one of the cemeteries At the same time the land baron slacken ed his footsteps hesitating whether to advance or turn back After a moments Indecision she entered the ceme tort Her figure receding in time dIll titmice wai becoming more and more Indistinct when he started forward quickly and also passed through the gate Time annual festival of the dead following All Saints day was being ob served In the burial ground This commemoration of those who have de parted in the communion described by Tertulllan in the second century as an apostolic tradition so old was the sacrifice was celebrated with much pomp and variety In the Crescent City Women dressed in mourning bore to the tombs flowers and plants trays of Images wreaths crosses anchors of dried immortelles and artificial roses Some were accompanied by priests and acolytes with censers the former Intoning the service A solemn peace fell upon the young girl ns she entered and she seemed to leave behind her all disturbing emu tions finding refuge In the supreme tranquillity of this ancient city of the t aoaa tine wqs surrouuuea uy n nsigned grief a sorrow so dignified that it did not clash with the sweeter In fluences of nature The monotonous sound of the words of the priests har monized with the scene To many the words so mournfully intoned brought solace and surcease from sorrow Tho sisters of charity moved among the throng with grave pale faces mere shadows of their earthly elves as though they had un dergone tho first stage of the great metamorphosis which is promised The little orphan children heard and heeded no more than the butterfly which lighted upon the engraven words Dust to dust and poised gracefully as it bathed in the sunshine stretching its wings in wantonness of beauty Now Constance smiled to see the little ones playing on the steps of a mon I nent It was the tomb of a great jurist n man of dignity during his mundane existence his head crammed with those precepts which are devised for the temporal well being of that fabric sometimes termed society and again civilization The poor waifs with suppressed laughterthey dared not give full vent to their merriment with the black robed sisters not far away ran around the steps unmind ful of the inscription which might have been written by a Johnson and ns unconscious of unseemly conduct as the insects that hummed in the grass Hush whispered one of the sis ters as a funeral cortege approached The children wide eyed In awe and wonder desisted In their play It is an old man who died last night said a nun in a low voice to Constance noticing her look of inquiry The sliver crucifix shone fitfully ahead while the chanting of the priests winding in and out after the holy symbol fell upon the ear And the young girl gazed with pity as the remains of the Marquis de Lignc her father were borne by To be Continued Cures Kidney and Bladder Troubles Deep Stated Cases Aching Back Mucous Discharger Etc For old obstinate deepseated Kidney Bladder and Urinary diseases take a bottle of Botanic Kidney Speci fib If you have agonizing puins in back swollen legs or abdomen dis charges from the nretha neuralgia of the bladder burning sensation or difficulty in passing water also a frequent desire or even involuntary discharges of the urine Catarrh of tho bladder stone Brights disease disagreeable odo of the urine scanty and high colored your kidneys and bladder are Specific disappeardlschnrges appear The burning sensation stops and n perfect cure is guaranteed Botanic Kidney Specific gives strength power and health to the kidneys Acts directly on the uric acid and dissolves and destroys it Plea nt to the taste Especially advised for chronic cases that rests all other treatment 1 per large bottle at my store or by express Call or write A R FisherCloverort Ky Move to Kansas Oscar Pate and family left yester day fir NicKerson Kan where they will reside Last Thursday their household furniture was shipped to Nickereon in a chartered car Mr Pate formerly lived on onehalf of the old Dhonau farm near town which he sold last fall to J D Seaton Best Cough Medicine for Children When you buj n cough medicine for small children you want one in which you can place implicit con fidence You want one that not only relieves but cures You want one that Is unquestionably harmless You want one throat is pleasant to take Chamberlains Cough Remedy meets all of these conditions There is nothing as good fir the couchs and colas inci dent to childhood It is ako a certain preventive and cure for croup and there is no danger whatever tram whooping cough when it is given It has been used in runny epidemics of that disease with perfect success For sale by Short K Haynes Grass for Kentucky Home I Six car loads of shrubbery trees and Kentucky bluegrass sod including soil enough to mane the grass flowers hempllax and other Kentucky plants grow about the new II Kentucky Home were shipped to St Louis from Louisville last week The sod will be laid under the instructions of Ernest Kettig superintendent of Shawnee Pam Louisville one of the most beautiful in the country Robbed the Grave A startling incident is narrated by John Oliver of Philadelphia as fol lowsI was in an awful condition My skin was almost yellow eyes sunKen tongue coated pain con tinually in back and sides no appe tite growing weaker day bv day Three physicians hud given me up Theu I was advised to use Electric Bitters to my great joy the first bottlo made a decided improvement I continued their use for three weeks and am now a welt man I know they robbed the grave of another victim No one should fail to try them Only 50 cents guaranteed at Short Haynes drug store Perry is for Hearst The Democrats of Perry county Ind declared for William RHearst for Pres ident at their convention last week Resolutions of Respect Wnereas It has pleased the all wise Ruler of the universe to remove from us our brother Wm M Cox and while in his death we feel that we have sustained an irreparable loss yet we bow in humble submission to the divine will of Him who doeth all things well- Therrfore be it resolved That in the death of brother Wm M Cox Corydon Lodge No t2 A O Ii W has lost one of its most devoted members his devotion and fi delity to tho grand and good principles of the order being beyond reproach Be It further resolved That Corydon Lodge No 82A OU W extend to the bereaved family of brother Cox its deepest sympathy and bid them look beyond the grave for consolation and cheer to him who said I am the way the life and the light IIBI it further resolved That a copy of these resolutions be sent to the widow of our deceased brother and a copy to the Corydon News and the Kentucky Workman for publication John G Haggard M W B M Powell Smith Rogers J S Berry F J PentecostCommittee A Sketch of W11 Cox W M Cox was born in Stephens port Ky May 2 1872 and died March 23 1004 He was the eldest son of J P and L Kate Cox grand son of the late Rev Wm Head and also of Wm B lox deceased At the age of thirteen his parents removed to Henderson county Ky which county he resided until the past few years In the year 1804 he was united in marriage to Miss Pattie Rudd of Corydon who together with three little children survive his loss When seventeen years of age after profession of faith he united with the First Baptist Church of Hender son of which church he was n faith tul advocate until a few months since at which time he was greatly revived in spirit and decided that his duty was to follow the Methodist teachings in company with his wife who has long been of this faith At the time of his death he was in the employ of the I C R R and was stationed at Cerulean Springs For several years he had been a much valued employe On Wednesday March 23 he ate his dinner as usual and was in an exceptionally happy mood At two oclocs the reconstruction train load ed with ties left Cerultan for the pur pose for distributing necessary mate mini of repairing the track for some miles distant They had been gone only about one hour had covered u distance of about seventeen miles and were crossing the bridge over Little River which runs through Hopkins ville The train had been moving slowly and 35 or 40 men were scatter ed the length of the train to prevent the ties coming in contact with the bridge railings One tie slipped out of place catching i the deceased below the knees turning him several somersaults and casting him into the water below a fall of some sixty feet The blow against thA bridge is supposed to have killed him His body remained in the water about five hours before the searching party rescued it Messrs J P Cox and See Robinson arrived in Hopkinsville at six next morning at which place the body was prepared for burial It was then removed to Corydon Henderson county for interment The funeral conducted by the Rev Everett under the aus pices of A O U W Lodge at the M E church was held Friday after noon at two oclock A large number of friends from throughout the county wore in attendance Mr Wm Head and Mrs Walker Board brother and sister of Mrs Cox and Mr Z T Cox and wife of Ekron also uncle of de ceased arrived in time for the funeral Besides the wife and children father mother and two sisters survive Ids loss A Cure For Headache Any man woman or child suffering from headache biliousness or a dull drowsy feeling should take one or two of DeWitts Little Early Risers night and morning These famous little pills are famous because they tire a tonic as well as a pill While they cleanse the system they strengthen and rebuild it by their tonic effect upon time liver and bowels Sold by All Druggist A Chilly Mute Tale From tho St James Gazette A correspondent with the Tibet mis sion tells a mule story Mules appar ently do not die from any cause and this mission has again proved the ex treme hardihood of these animal When the missn first crossed the Jelapla a mule slipped in the dusk and fell into the lake at the bottom of the pass It was thought to be drowned Next morn ing a convoy found it with its nose just above the ice the rest of its body literally frozen in Pick axes were brought and the animal was dug out It is now working as usual lt y FOR CHILDREN Makes teething easyregulates the bowels and stomach stops crying cures summer complaint i Mayor Yewell or Owensboro Ky I iarit Our babywas wasting away while teething His bowels seemed q beyond control Three physicians I gave him up Owens Pink Mixture saved his llfelI cannot wy enough It saved our baby j tenolne without this2ScMi SOC lltC on emery package ff Bt1s 3sWs Z47 Money back U INoae sample and book tree address THE FLOYD MEDICINE CO botuSSoII FLOYDS DYSPEPSIA TABLETS cJng lSSfffo l Sold by all Druggists J L MOORMAN DENTISTO1- Uce 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 Guaranteed Correct Dress for Men If wemakeyour suit this fall you i can depend on CORRECTNESS OF STYLE EXCELLENCE OF TAILOR ISO RELIABILITY OF FABRIC J H N unscheWith Casper May 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 andcost Your Patronage Solicited I Address me at I Hardinsburg Ky H DeN MOORMAN Attorney at law- HARDlNSBURG KY Will practice his profession In all of the Courts of Rreckenrldga und adjoining counties Special attention given to colloctln road cases and criminal practice License to practice In United States District Courts Office over flank of Hardlnsbure Marion Deane Dead Marion Deane died lnst Wednesday afternoon near town after a long ill ness HA was about sixty years of ago and leaves a brother and a number of sisters in the county The fun eral was held Thursday A Good Suggestion Our Webster correspondent makes the following good suggestion The road question is of vital im portance to the people of this county and it seems to us that it would be well for the people 01 the county tlo meet at Hardinsburg the second Mon day in May to exchange ideas and de cide plans in regird to the betterment of our public roads South Dakota For Hearst Sioux Falls S D March UOThe Democratic state convention to select delegates at large to the natlQnal con vention did not complete Its wor until late tonight The report of the committee on resolutions unanimously reaffirms the principles of the Democratic party as enunciated by Jeffer son Jackson and Bryan and instriibt the delegates to the St Louis conven tion to support William Randolph Hearst first last and all the time forI the presidential nomination The res olutions declare that Hearst has never compromised with 13 trusts and terms him the stauncn friend of la borLaxativef Bromo vgiuinine cijrcsaColdinOneDayGrIjn2 Days A P1l on every CQ bouZ- P G fi JOHN S CUllEY MMBRICK CONTRACTOR Louisville Ky J THIS IS A- Presidential Year AND YOU MUST KEEP POSTED The way to do this is to reid the WEEKL- YCourierJournal HENRY WATTERSONEditor TWELVE PAGES ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY 1OOyr REVENUE KEFOUM SOCIAL REFORM MORAL REFORM Thi COURIERJOURNAL louse Ihi but Alminu publllhtd Sind 35 stole for i copy by mill COURIERJOURNAL COMPANY LOUISVILLE KY By a Special Arrangement you can get th- eBreckenridge News and the WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL- both one year for only 150 This All sub Isundcash this combination must ofglice CloverportKy Gasoline for sale at News Office V G BABBAGE t AttorneyatLawPUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR Many years experience in settling estates All collections reas onable Cloverport Kentucky J 1 Cloverport Planing Mill GREGORY a CO Prop LUMBERDOORS j SASHkBLINDS DOOR AND WINDOW SCREENS SHINGLESLATHS tidIyeBRICK CEMENT ROOFING ETC- Hopsitality r i i t 1 w 4 At Small Expense ill Entertnfnmentthat Is pleasure to 1mf your JUlstsl1oes not l1epcnd on the mt I i fTllcrrlck tolls you all about It Post j paid CO cents1E J CLODE Publisher 1565lhA N YJ r Iif The WEDNESDAY Breckenridge APRIL 0 NewsI I I Got the Comma Wrong- A misplaced comma has got a Gree rep county Kas paper into a peck of trouble The journal in question jrecentljr published an item in which the following sentence ocourred- r lIrwo young men from Leotl with their firls tuTribune to atten the teachers institute and as coon asI they left the girls got drunK The comma belonged after the girls and the latter are making it hot for the edltorSt Paul Globe I Are You a Dyspepti- cIf you are a dyspeptic you owe i- to t yourself and your friends to ge well Dyspepsia annoys the dyspeptics friends because his disease sours hisI disposition an well as his stomach Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will not only cure dyspepsia indigestion and pour stomach but this palatable recon structive tonic digestant strengthen- the whole digestive apparatus an sweetens the life as well as the stom ach When you take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure the food you eat is enjoyed It is digested assimilated and its nutrient proprlated by the blood and tissues Health is the result Sold by All Druggist f A Thrifty Fisherman Charles Allen the fisherman from Rock Island u few miles above this city about twice a week bnngn a tine lot of fish to this place for shipment to Louisville However he manages to sell many pounds here and at a very high prices For instance catfish bring him ten cents gross and sal mon twenty Allen is supposed tto have a shan yboat full of g20 gold pieces Ha wesville Plaindealer In reply to inquiries we have pleas ure in announcing that Elys Liquid Cream Balm is like tho solid prepara tion of that admirable remedy in that it cleanses and heals membranes affected by nasal catarrh TherA is no drying or sneezing The Liquid Cream Balm is adanted to use by patients who have trouble In Inhaling through the nose and prefer spraying The price including soraying tube is 75 cents Sold by druggists or mailed by Ely Brothers 50 Warren Street New York Enlist in Regular Army Fred Tnnrmon and Henry O Car ter of this city enlisted in the regu 4 lar army at tne recruiting station at Owensboro Thursday Nearly thirty men have enlisted at this station dur ing the past month You Know What You Are Taking When you take Grove Tasteless Chill Ton ic because the formula Is plainly printed on every bottle showing IIhat It is simply Iron cureNoSome Big Boats Lost A complete list of the boats which the Memphis and Cincinnati packet company luis lost would be difficult to obtain Away back in the eighties the old DoSoto a boat that mad river navigation famous burned at Owens boro one morning the State of Mis sioun went to the bottom at Hancock bend near Hawesville Ky The State of Kansas burned in the Mississippi below Memphis the Longfellow one of the most famous I t boats to ply the Ohio went down ay Cincinnati the old Congo another famous boat burned at St Louis Buckeye State burned at BarHeld Ark The Ohio sank in upper Ohio the famous and beautiful Guiding Star burned in the Mississippi the John K Speed burned at the dock in New Oi leans the City of Pittsbnrg burned at Cairo two years ago and andtwasdburned at Tiptonville Tenn Good fur Children The pleasant to take and harmless One Minute Cough Cure gives immediate relief in all cases of Cough Croup and LaGrippe because it does not puss immediately into the stom seattof the trouble It draws out the in anllIcures permanently by enabling the lungs to contribute pure lifegiving and life sustaining oxygen to the blood nnd tissues One Minute Cough goodsAlldDruggist ORIGIN OF ALL FOOLS DAY IS VEILED IN MYSTERY Last Friday was All Fools Day and the small boy and the practical joker were in their glory There are many theories as to the origin of April Fools day April WAS in the old Roman reckoning the see ond month of the year but it is counted in the Julian calendar as tne fourth In many countries of Europe England France and Germany the first of April has for long been ap propriated to a facetious custom for which no very satisfactory origin has been assigned To send an unsuspect ing or ignorant person on some boot less errand is the great endeavor of the day In Scotland the unfortunate snoject of the trick Is called a gawk which has now though the words were probably at one time diffeient the meaning both of fool and ouckooand the mischievous errand sending is hunting a gawk In France the dupe is called pisson d Avril or April fish One remarkable theory traces the custom to Noah as sending out his dove on such a quest i it is also referred to in the mir acle plays representing the sending of our Savior from Annas to Caiapbas and from Pilate to Herod or to the ohangA in France in 1564 of New Years day to the first of January which left the first of April destitute of anything but a burlesque of its for mer festivities and more recently an identification has been attempted with the Hidoo festival of Hull which is celebrated in a similar manner on the 81st of March The Best Family Salve DeWitts Witch Hazel gives in stant relict from Burns cures Cuts Bruises Sores Eczema Tetter and all abrasions of the skin In onying Witch Hazel Salve it is only necessary to see that you get the genuine De Witts and a cure is certain There are many cheap counterfeits on the marKet Ill of which are worthless and quite a few are dangerous while DeWitts Witcn Hazel Salvo is per featly harmless and cures Sold by All Druggist How featherererooster Picked Up Mr Robert Bells new dwelling near Irvlngton is nearly completed Mrs James Knott living near Garfield picked up a dynamite cap in a lot of chips she was gathering at her wood pile and threw them on the tire when an explosion occurred Mrs Knott was only slightly cut in the face but narrowly escaped being killedMr Pleasant Adkipson of Jones boro Ark is visiting relatives at Sample Webster and other points in the county Mr Adkisson says times lire very good in Arkansas K P Lodges Growing- All over the State K P Jcdges are enjoying a rapid growth in member ship The local lodge is increasing its strength at nearly every meeting and considering the size of the town it is doing exceedingly well Louisville especially is one point where increased membership is very noticeable Clay Lodge alone having a class of 1000 to be initiated some time in June The biennial encampment of the Knights of Phythias in Louisville this year promises to be a great event and nearly every member of the local lodge expects to be in attendance To Cure A Cold In One Day Take Laxative Drama Quinine Tablets All druggists orefund the money If It fails to cure E vf Urves signature Is on each box 25c Hawesvilles New Bank Organizers of the proposed new bank of Hawesville will we understand meet in this city next Wednesday to elect officers and directors and to incorporate John S Adair is the moving spirit back of the enterprise and he will probably divide time be tween his Stephensport bank and the one here although it is believed Mr T D Hale will be chosen as assistant cashier and will be actively in charge of matters They hope to be ready for business May 1HancooK Clarion The best physic Cnamberlains Stomacn and Liver Tablets Easy to take pleasant in effect For sale by Short Haynes = Dog Meat for Filipinos St Louis March 81 Beginning April 1 All fools day all the stray dogs in St Louis will be served daily to members of the Igorrots and other tribes of Filipinos at the worlds fair The arrangements were com pleted to day The Igorrots are very fond of dog meat and today threatened to strike unless served with their favorite flesh New Buildings The News knows of seven or eight local parties who will build this year but nothing will be published concerning the size location etc of the new buildings until the parties have made all the necessary plans and arrangements Most of the buildings will be substantial residences To secure suitable sitet is the main prob lem that confronts most of the pros pective ouilders at pre- sentCASTOR IIAF- or Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Slgaatnrh of 4 Why Should a Merchant ti Use Good StationeryH BECAUSEit mestiaiienhances tho value of your statements creates a higher in the mind of your constituency of your business ability tgoes far toward the making of an estimable reputation which is a I valuable thing in businessyou Every merchant knowJJ However some merchants do simply trod on the wellworn paths of the past decades seemingly caring not whether they get the full value of their investmest Go uyorto desk and see if you have a supply of good stationery stationery that would reflect I credit upon your judgement of what is the best for this part of your business If you find you ihavent this sort of stationerysit down and write us for samples and prices of our work Wo feel that wo can safely state that you would bo pleased with them because nearly 30 years of oxper ienco in the printing business has given us a knowledge of what superior stationery is and how it should be made which we employ at all times Because we make good stationery wo dont charge more for it than is actually necessary t 3 Modern printing facilities and systematic management enable us to execute a high quality of + at a reasonable price ttw01k J I THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS 4 Cloverport Kentuckyii i aNO NNONSO4 r NN4S4NN ooNN eNtA 4 SlIver Plato that Wears 1I Spoonsknives Theyaroulltradwmarlt ROGERSO CatalogueH0International Silver Co Meriden Conn Will Fight Lucas A committee of State bankers met in Louisville last week and deter mined that all the banks in the State shall join in a united effort to resist the suits tiled by Frank A Lucas State Auditors agent of Paducah to collect a lot of back taxes on bank deposits and accordingly employed Humphrey Burnett Humphrey of Louisville to represent the various banks that have been sued The great American trouble is in digestion largely a result of the great American habit of hurry Hastily swallowed meals are pro bably the greatest cause of indiges tionThe stomach is given more than its share of work and is weakened The first thing to do in correcting the trouble is to stop fast eating Then next thing is to take a good digestive tonic to strengthen the digestion and enrich the impoverished blood Such a tonic iioe Walthers Peptonized Port a simple combination of pure pepsin and good port wine to be Lad at all druggists Small size CO cents large size 100 Woodmen at Hawesville A lodge of the Woodmen of the World was organized at Hawesville Thursday night with the following officers YoH Williams Council Commander J R Newhonse Ad visory Lieutenant U B Kyler Banker J B Fritz Clerk Willie Scherer Escort Collie Career Watch man E D Bozarth Sentry W R Jones Camp Physician The lodge has about fifteen members and is known as Beech Camp Makes a Clean Sweep Theres nothing like doing a thing thoroughly Of all the Salves you ever hoard of BncklensArnica Salve is the best It sweeps away and cures Burns Sores Bruises Cuts Boils Ulcers Skin Eruptions and Piles Its only i5c and guaranteed to give satis faction by Short Haynes Druggist THIRTEEN HAS NO TERRORS FOR KENTUCKY COMMISSION Thirteen is a number which has no terror for the members of the Ken tucky Commission of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition The number thirteen and the un lucky day of the week Friday hllo followed the organization since ite formation The death of two mem bers left only thirteen men on the directorate of tho Kentucrfy Exhibit Association Tne association was form ed just thirteen months before the Kentucky Commission succeeded J t- It was orgt nizedon Friday Since the organization of the KentucKy Com mission thirteen of the commissioners have been present at every meeting and every meeting has been held on Friday The House bill making the Louisiana Purchase Exposition appro printlonwns Nol3 and the members of the exhibit association went to Frankfort to work in the interest of the bill on January 13 The Ken tucky building at St Louis was dedi cated on February 1SJ and the Ken tucky Legislature and State officials went to St Louis on Friday to at tend the celebration Toe consistent violation of the un lucky omens seemsto bring as good fortune as consistent regard for them for the showing of Kentucky at tho World Fair is more advanced and is in bettor condition than that of any other State Friday and thirteen seem to have worked a charm rather than otherwise UN I UK mi Income No one can use an Income with true economy who does not exert his best Judgment and put forth all the wis dom he possesses to mike it fulfill tho highest ends of which it is capable In his peculiar circumstances If It does not make some lives better fuller and happier if It does not develop the body find educate the mind if it docs not promote industry honesty and good will If in fact it docs nothing to elevate and improve mankind then waste and not economy is shown in its management 1 rr NNNNNNNNINOON NNN 0 NNONN N Bankof HardinsburgOFFICERS B F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier DIRECTORS Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beard Dr A N Kincheloe D S Richardson iInsured against loss by fire or burglary iiInterest paid on time deposits + ONNO N N00 0 The Breckinridge Bank Cloverport Ky Capital Stock 45100 Surplus 7000 Incorporated Organized In 1872 W II BOWMER President A U SKILOIAN Cashier DR F L LIGHTFOOT VPres CIIAS B SKILUIAN Asst Cashier Accounts of Firms Individuals and Corporations solicited Any business entrusted to us will receive prompt and careful attention Storage place for packages in our fireproof vault furnished our customers free NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS Interest paid on time deposits I First State Bank iiIRVINGTON KY a J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VicePresident IIw II H KEMPER Cashier of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited iiAccounts A Interest Paid on Time Deposits e e ee eco s e ee ueeeeea s a ss u r ru iTHE Ii h Fifth Avenue 1 HOTELsjI jI Louisville Ky M PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr 11l Only Line NEW i The most centrally located and only hotel In the city making r 1200 rate Only one block from the principal 1f shopping two blocks from the principal theatres 1 Street cars pass the door to all parts of the cltvmEverything neat and clean 1 V eae ue s a e t ILLINOIS Very cheap one way rates CENTRAL to CALIFORNIA and the RAILROADiiI 1901 55 50 Louisville to Los Angeles and San April 22 to May 1 1904 proportionately low I running through ExIto CALIFORNIA MEXICO ARIZONA and TEXAS firstclass ar district and Special Low One Way and Round trip Rates In effects to the Southwest on First and Third Tuesdays In each month uBEST LINE TO NOT SPRINGS I For Folders and Descriptive Matter of California New I of address Lands In the South und through tickets apply to ARKii F W HARLOW D P A o e e e c t 1ii DAN BROOKS ii- ii LIVE STOCK i- II COMMISSION flERCHANTS i t CENTRAL STOCK YARDS LOUISVILLE KY i 0NOooe00Z HORSES and MULES- TO 2 SELL If you want to buy a good Horse or n good Mule I believe you Fan do no bettor than to buy one of me because when I soil an animal it is a good one in every sense of the word 1 do not try to sell a 50 horse for a 100 nor a 100 mule for 150 I will simply and squarely sell you an animal for what it is worth Your patronage appreciated d Un Vic Robertson IHARDINSBURG KY I At My Livery and Feed Stable ailDd Fountain Pens For Sale Cheap J D Babbage S 1 FYsCATARRH Ah RMEAInBalmN YtIYER bElys Cream eleanecaeootheeandhcalethe lOc 5Itsway a cold In toe bead J quicklyCream Balm Ii placed Into the nOllullllpreads Over the membrano and Ii absorbed Relief li 1 mediate and a cure follow It Is not dr1lngdocs Hot produce sneezing Large Size 60 cent atDrug atIlt or by mall Trial Size 10 cents ELY DROT ERS 64 Warren Street New York 8RECKENR1DGE NEWS JNO andVGBABAGEE- ditors and Proprietors Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price f100 a year or 1125 if paid at the end of year C ARDS OF THANKS over five lines charlted or at the rate ot 10 rents per line OBITUARIES charged for at the rate ot 5 flints per lino Money In advance Exiimlnn the label on your paper If It Is Dot correct ulouso notify us U nUn When ordering a change In the mid subscribers should givo their old as well as the now address EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY APRIL 0 lOOJ If theres anything In campaign iiternture Little Willie has n good 9tart If vo had no bills to pay we would get too rich Bills are a blessing to some people How to Start a War nth the aul of Modern Guns ought to sell well iti the East just now The Jap of today does not KISS cuss or gamble They might sUd Rome missionaries over here What have Bryan and Hearst de clued to do with the Deinociatia party any wnvV Ynzoo Miss Sentinel Bust it This country will never come nearer being an ideal nation than when 5Hs farming class is elevatea to its proper social aid industrial position Have you paid your subscription and made a guess on our Worlds Fall contest Better do this There la 5000 in it for you if you hit the lucky number When the average farmer says the roads are bad the town man wonl turn back a city man would be horri tied the wise man would vote to mend them Now we have a touch of spriug the coal man disappears but the ice man comes along and iinstead of a coal bill its a bill on ice Our troubles come jusc the same The labor question is the greatest problem before the American people and the best way to better the condi tion cf the agricultural class is its unrecognized core Why not establish a series of inves tigation departments of the Nationa Government As long as its grafts catch gratter there wont be anybody lelt to do the work in the present departments Between the mmanagenble Bryan the unthinkable Hearst and the unin spiring Parker the average Demo Brat cant fee his enthusiasm beginning to surge says the Denver Repub lican What about the hasbeenabl and dontwantltable Cleveland Only three more weeks in which to make your guess in our World Fan contest Send in your subscnp tion and your guess Now is your opportunity Dont be too modest to embrace it It doesnt cost you a cent more and you have a chance of idling a neat little sum to your bank account Its a fact for which we should be grateful that many of the citizens of the State have had the opportunity tc rend the principal Stato organs of both of the great political parties Th at they have seen other papers is a factor which we should be still more grateful One has been going after tne grafters at Washington this year and the other after the grafters at Frankfort If it were nut for some of these papers that have got in between we wonld have more biased neighbors then we would care to we believe Marvin Beard of Hardinsburg has one of the prettiest blue grass lawns in front of his residence at Har dinsburg we have ever seen It is a credit to Mr Beard and to the town It is also an object lesson in What can be done with our soil Here was a plot of ground which two years ago was as barren as the street in front of it Now it is covered with aI full coat of that which all Kentuck ians boastKentucKYS famous bluegrass How did ilr Beard accomplish this result Simply by applying what i was needed to help nature do its work What Mr Beard has done for his plot of ground others can do wlth theirs It proves conclusively that it is not the fault of tne soil or the ol i mate Blue grass will grow in Brec enridge as well as in Fayette if you only give it a chance The following trout an exchange ex presses our sentiments on a very Iim- portant matter of home interests It says Who sympathized witn you when your little girl was sick WaR it your home merchant or was It Sears Roebuck f Who carried you last winter when you were out of R job and had no money Was it Montgomery Ward Co or was it your home merchant When you want to raise money for the church or some needy person do you writ to the Fair store in Chicago or do you go to your home people How much does Selgf Cooper Co par towards keeping up the sidewalks of the town or towards raising your pastors salary1 When your loved one was buried was it your hOme paper that shed the teats of sympathy and uttered the cheering word or was it some Chio ago or New York paper Gentlemen your home people are your friends iIn all lines of business and it is our duty to patronize them Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications as they caunc reach the diseased portion of the ear There Is only one way to cure deal ness and that is by constitution remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition to the inncou lining of the Eustachian Tube When this tube gets inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and wheu it is entirely closed deafness is the result and unless the inllam mutton be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever DIne cases out of ten are caused by catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed con illtlon of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollar for any case of Deafness caused by cntarrh that can not be cured br Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circi lars free F J Chenev Co Toledo O Sold by Druggists 75o malls Family Pills are the bes- tHARDiNSBURG Born to the wife of Jesse C Payne April 1 a girl Ernest Haswell is in Louisville for a few days this week T B Henderson of Webster was in the city Monday Mrs Fannie Board of Garfield iis VIsiting Mrs Henry W Board Mr and Mrs C L Beard were In Louisville a few days last week Dr J C Bush will be in Hardins burg Monday May 9 for one week P D Milner and Bainy Tucke were in the city Monday on business Morris H Beard and Henry DeH barman spent Sunday in Clover port Deputy Sneritf Sam Bassett of rymire is here attending Fisca hurt Samuel Henninger of West View pent Sunday here the guest of friends Miss Mnttye Reid returned howl Tuesday after a visit to relatives 1D Louisville Thomas C Tausey and Thomas J Moore spent Sunday with friends at ilendeao Mrs J D Beeler of Kirk was the guest of the Rev and Mrs J H lennin Sunday Judge Milton Board who has beet sick the past week is able to be at- his office again Thomas Rhodes is seriously ill of onsilitis His condition shows SOme improvement Gus Brown and John P Haswell Jr were in Irvington Monday OE legal business ThatTired Feeling Is a Common Spring Trouble Its a sign that the blood is deficient In vitality just as pimples and other iruptioiis are signs that tho blood is impureIts too which only the mzardous fail to heed Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills lemovo it give new life new courage strength and animation They cleanse tho blood and clear the iomploxion Accept no substitute I felt tired all tho time and could not ilcep After taking Hoods Sarsaparilla a whllo I could sleep well and tho tired cling had gone This great medicine has also cured me of scrotula MRs C M ROOT Gilead Conn Hoods Sarsaparilla promises to curo and koops the promise u WU W N u 1IVU U 11 W AI Still Anoth- erREDUCTION Jj s 1 1 And We Continue to Lead in LOW PRICESGi1 TtJ Mens 750 Suits at 5001a Several of these suits went out last week and theyare entirely satisfactory We get il = no profit on this special line of suits It is only to introduce the special D make of a line of clothing made by one of the largest clothing- houses in the west Buy one now Boys two piece suits 100 l1e A genuine bargain while they last 47 I j EI r 1 1ho1- i IIII +010 +++++++++11 +++++++011001 +++ wil- oJi ++ l + +++++ HH +oJ ++9 + t Ht Hats tfo hI hh+zt + hhhf hhhhM hid tdd ++ k Y6q1 Fhhh hhhtd +I I hhhd hhhhh+ hI hh- ll I mr- IjIll J KI = = t lie gl1 We will put 011 sale this week aline of mens hats to sellJWp I of them have been cut from 1 They are 1 1 at 50cSomebargainse e e e dI Is Trading Stamps Free 1 M t These stamps represent a positive value to all who get them They are given with I INevery cash purchase Our premiums are the best on the market High Grade Hand Painted China consisting of dinner plates cups and saucers vegetable dishes meat dishes etc We have also added to the premium l tl t list a line of Jewelry consisting of collar buttons cuff buttons pins etctEvery piece of jewelry has a guarantee of five years Call for couponsr j Babbage Son Ky Cloverport 1 1 br tt NNNNNNN N N + NNN N N NN N NNN N 4 4 NN N1N INNNN NN N NN NNNN N N N m NNNNNNNN N NN N NNN NNN i 1 If Twenty= = four More Daysss j Our Great 1500000 Contest i IiiThe first Prize is 5000 2nd 2500 3rd 1000 with 497 Others t 1 i z Valuable Information + To aid In forming your estimates wo furnish the following + figures 1 The total paid admissions during May tho first month the Chicago Worlds Fair were 1 60037 eof paid admissions during play tho first month 1 of tho Buffalo PanAmerican Exposition were 390430 i What will be the total paid admissions during May tho first month of tho St Louis Worlds Fair Figure It out or guess at It and send In the figures of your guesses It may I mean a fortune to you Tho contest will close tho day before the Fair opens so that no advantage Is gained by delay In es i timating the result Send the figures of your estimates or guesses with your t subscriptions no careful to write your name figures and P O plainly Dont fall to take advantage of tho t Y f i Special Prizes + + i N + N N4 N N 0 N Joel H Pile was in Friday on business con nected with school affairs Gen David R Murray and wife left Sunday Bowling Green wnere they will spend a few Dr Wm Milner or Union Star was the guest of Dr and Mrs A M Kinoheloe the that of week Mrs J S McGary returned home Friday after a visit of several weeks with relatives in Louisville FILL OUT THE BLANK AND MAIL IT TO US AND IF YOUR ESTI MATE IS THE ONLY ONE YOU WILL RE CEIVE A CHECK FOR THE FIRST PRIZE NN days Late Miller of the Clover creek who has been ill of is The Rev Father Wm L Gabe con duoted special Easter services at St church last Sunday Mrs Bertha McGary Mrs Clint Lewis and Miss Lewis are the guests of Mr and Mrs James Payne at Mary Franklin Beard returned home Monday from a visit to Mr I Subscription Blank J Inclosed find to apply on Account Name ti Postomce State My Estimates ot the total number ot paid admissions to the Worlds Fair during the month ot play are t- ii I Ii Breckenridge News i 0 N loNN O0 NN0 N N ++ + Superintendent Stephensport for the NEAREST CORRECT neighborhood seriously pneumonia convalescent Romualds EarnedMiss Subscription i and Mrs D S Richardson at Union StarThe I Rev W F Hogard preached at the M E church bouthSundayAt the morning service his subject waa Tae Resurrection Mrs Sarah Hook widow of the late George Hook is critically ill at her home here She is the stepmother of County Clerk Wm F Hook Remember Hawks at the City Hall Saturday evening April Oln his pop r 11 L r ular lecture People I Have Met This is the last entertainment of the season k Hurt While Pruning Trees Frymire Ky April lieSpecial Morton Wheeler who is visiting Paris Barr accidentally cut his hand to the bone while pruning fruit trees Ou3u TOH 3C A Bears thethe Kind You Have Always Bought BlgnUnre 7 JI tof I y I I i t 10 w- 4 l i ISAN OLD ADAGE SAYS Alightpursotsaheavycurse- Sickness makes a light purser The LIVER is the seat of nine tenths of all dis- easeTutts Pills go to the root of the whole mat ter thoroughly quickly safely and restore the action of the LIVER to normal condition Give tone to the system and solid flesh to the body Take No Substitute The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY APRIL 0 1001 t Booklovers magazine for AprilatJ D BabbagesBen of Troy Ind was here Saturday 1Ilot or cold lunches at all hours English Kitchen R Lunches from 10 to 20 cents at all hours English Kitchen 1 We give a man all the coffee he wants l with every lunchEnglish Kitchen Our 25 cent lunch satisfies most any mans hungery Try it English KitchenIrvine Taylor who has been the guest of relatives returned to Caster Wednesday I am prepared to do all kinds of the latest photography work quickWJ Mrttingly MrsA R Fishier entertained the La dies Reading Club at her home Thurs day afternoon Miss Margaret Moorman we nt to Louisville Friday to visit her aunt MrsA A Norris Jno TouipKins of Canada arrived last week to b the guest of Mr and Mrs J G Harris Nine cars for the great subway in New York city passed over the Hen I derson Route last week from St LouisNelse Qniggin who has had a position as clerK with J H Brown went to McDamels Friday to spend a week at nis home Mrs Margaret B Con way of Louts vine who tins peen the guest of her aunt Mrs Amanda Fisher returne d home Saturday Juo Battformerly of this city who I was seriously injured at Owensboro Jt during the storm of March 25 is I improedII The partition in the postoflice has been Vshaped enlarging the rear room and improving the interior of the building in general Mr and Mrs fchelby Triplett and little son Dewey of Garfield were the guests of their daughter Mrs J F Morton Wednesday and Thursday Mrs J R DeHaven and daughter Miss Mamie went to Louisville Wed nesday to be the guests of her son Fred DeHaven and Mrs Jas Brown MrsChas Hall and little son David Owen visited in Louisville last week and were accompanied home by little Mildred Guernsey who was their guest several days F T Heyser removed his confec tionery goods from the Oelze building on the south side of Main street to his new store house on the north side of Main street last week The L H St L slops have i been running until nine oclock at night the past week in order to rush the work being done on the rolling stock for the Worlds Fair trader t Young Plants Every farmer knows that some plants grow better than others Soil may be the same and seed may seem the same but some plants are weak and others strong And thats the way with children They are like young plants Same food same home same care but some grow big andstrong while others stay small and weak Scotts Emulsion offers an easyway out of the difficulty Child weakness often means starvation not because of lack of food but because the foods does not feed Scotts Emulsion really feeds lad gives the child growing strengthWhatever the cause of weak ness and failure to grow Scotts Emulsion seems to find rightrScott Bowne Chemists 409 Pearl St New Yorl SOC and Jioo all druggists Mrs Fred May has been ill with Ingrippe New 10 cent novel detective tories J D Babbage Miss Ida Wilson Is visiting friends inHendersonMiss Owen went to Louisville Sunday to spend several days Alex Eskridge is building a cottage near the L H St L shops Mr and Mrs Milton Gilliland went to Holt Friday to reside Isidore Popham has resigned his po sition with F Fraize and is now with J H Brown Samuel Robertson has changed his address from Chicknshn I T to Albany Mo 10 cent novels bought at our store will be bought back for 5 cents if in good condition JD Babbage At the regular meeting of the city council Monday night no business of importance was transacted Father C Brey took part in the MaundryThureday services at St Roumalds Hardinsburg last week The Little Willie of Troy Ind took a raft of crossties and logs out of Clover creek to Tell City Saturday Misses Marian Bowrner and Mara ret Skilluinn returned Saturday from Chicago where they were the guests of Mr and Mrs Hugh L Atkinson- N R Quiggins ot McDnniels who has resigned hits position with J H Brown was a good salesman nttentive to his work and accommodating toI the trading publc No further particulars other than those give i last weeK have been re calved here by relatives concerning the killing or Albert JncKsou former ly of Stephensport at Brazil Ind Mr H L Snank of near Rome Ind and Miss Mary E McDnniel of Chrisuey Ind were married Sun day at the brides homo Tney were on the afternoon train Monday en route to Howe to reside Louisville Live Stock Market Reported by Dan StockYards Louisville April 4 Cattle Arrivals were fair and the market all around ruledactive steady prices prevailing for all choice butcher selectionscom mon and medium kinds moved freely at quotatousBullcanners fresh cows and springers unchanged All choice grades of stockers and feeders were ready sales at current values strong demand prevailed on this market for allar rivals more could have been handled to good advantageMarket for prime well fatted shipping steers ruled active at strong quotations medium kinds moved well with no change to note ns to prices Pens well cleared and prospects good for the remainder of the week Calves Choice veals ready sale at 15 25 550 common and heavy calves 13- sO tSO Hogs Receipts fairly liberaland with favorable reports from other mark ets our market opened early with prices generally lOc higher aud at the ad vance all were sold early Market closed firm all choice cornfed hogs 165 lbs and up selling at 515 light Yorkers 5aO heavy pigs 1480 light pigs 4 50 roughs 42s480 Prospects steady Sheep and LambsArrivals were mod erate and market ruled active for all choice offerings hat sheep and butcher lambs ready sale at quotations Exhibit of Tar Water Tar water from Tar Springs near this city will be among the mlnral exhibits from Breckenridge county in the Kentucky building at the Worlds Fair The water will probably be ex hibited in halfgallon glass jars The water Is valuable as an exhibit on account of its abundance in this one locality and its excellent medicinal properties WEBSTER No gardening done yet improvedmateriallyBorn wife of W L Black April 1 a boy R E Woods of Louisville was here last Friday on business Our town needs several more houses Who will build them 7 Miss Leadn Hubbard went to Can nelton Sunday to visit relatives JO Crutcber will offer several de sirable building lots for sale soon Or J u BUSh will be in Hardins burg Monday May 0 for one week- J M Herndon and wife visited in Brandenburg last Saturday and Sun dayRepairing at toe rock crusher is about done and operation will begin soon Two more telephone lines will prob ably reach our town within the next few months The telephone line between here and Lodiburg is completed and the boxes are all in Mrs A J Turpin of Jefferson county is visiting MrsH B Kurtz anti Mrs Win Hull There was a large crowd out at Sundayschool last Sunday and in tonne interest was manifested r r o R1 LNewsoms COLUMN Now my friends I advise you not to read the following list if you expect to hold on to your money as the tempta tion will be very great to invest it in some of the bargains offered What is the use of always renting property 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 Not Lot and house Oglesby Avenue 1000 No 5 Lot and house Eiistlund 00- No 6 Lot and house Oak street MO- No 7 Lot and house Fourth street 800 No 8 Lot and house Huston street 500 No 0 Lot and house Third and Center 500 No 10 Lot and house Hardlns Creek 500 No 11 Lot First street 500 No 12 Lot and house Short Line It It 400 No 13 Lot and house Oak street 30 No 14 Pour pasture tots 300 No 15 Toll gate house 300 No 1C Lot and house River street JOt No U Lot and house lUver street 300 No IS Lot toad house Wall street 300 No 19 Iut and house Oak street 275 No SiX Lot and house Eastland 250- No 21 Lot and house Eastland 230 No 22 Lot and house Center street 300 Nol Lot Wall street SxO No 24 Lot Wall street 220- No 25 Lot and house Walnut street 20- 0Noll Lot ulIII house SI Ihirdln 200 175NoSs125NoNo 31 Lot Ed Paie Fifth street 160 No 33 Lot Ed Pate corner Chestnut 75 100NoNoa Lot near Mary Dean 75 160NoNo 38 Lot I acre and Suction House 175 No3 Lot Oak street near Sunders 150 No40 Lot and house Third street 250 No 41 Farm IW lores and house 600 No 12 Farm goo acres and house 600 No 43 Farm Siacreson Pike 300 No 41 Farm 32 acres and house on plko 200 No 45 Woodland us acres 275 Nol Woodland 70 acres 300 No 47 Woodland H2 acres 400 No 4 iI Woodland 72 acres 375- No49 Three Imlldlng lots Elm street 300 No50 Ono acre and stonu quarry on pike 25 ORDER BY NUMBER I also have nn Austin Stone Crusher with 12horse power Eclipse Frick Engine which 1 will dispose of on reasonable terms Good elevator attached and all 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 n saw mill Come to 11 L Xewsom if you want Deeds Mortgages Agreements und other writings done up liternryformpupers fore any legal tribunal Ho also acts as Notary Public countyAttention out and certifying of Pension Certificates HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Round trip homeseekers excursions to West and Southwest first and third Tuesdays each month at greatly reduced rates One way second class colonist tickets to South and Southeast first and third Tuesdays each month at reduced rates One way second class colonist tickets to West and Southwest first and third Tuesdays each month at reduced rates One way second class colonist tickets to Pacific and North Pacific coast points and intermediate points on every day March 1 to April 30 and September 15 to October 15 1004 inclusive Reduced rates The following rates Cloverport to St Louis and return account of Worlds Fair will be made Season tickets to be sold daily com mencing April 25 with final teturn li mit Dec Ifl0041135 Sixty day tickets to be sold daily commencing April 25 limited 60 days from date of sale 9 60 Ten days tickets to be sold daily commencing April 25 limited 10 days from date of sale 035 Special coach excursions dates of which will be announced later limited to return 0 days from date of sale 1P 00 The last mentioned tickets will not be good in sleeping cars nor for checking baggage Quite a number from Lodiburg and Clifton Mills attended a telephone meeting here last Saturday- We are glad to learn of the rapid improvement of Miss Annie Beau champ who has been quite ill for threA weeks J V St Clair is seeding the posi tion of toad su ervisor in this magis terial district and if successful the interests of our public roads will be well guarded IRVINGTON g00 Range for 30 nt Jollys Mrs Nannie Wathen is in the city for a visit John Gardner is the SlIest of his brother here Miss Ella Teat spent Easter in HardinsburgMrs Brown has gone to Louisville for a visit Miss Iva Mudd of Louisville is home for n few days Mrs Moorman spent a few days in Brandenburg tine past week J Q Co want nil your produce Will pay highest market price + o L iil 1 1 Wants il tI llI + Advertisements Inserted under this head at ono cent a word per week- FOKSALE cow FOR KyIFA good young cow J S Tlnus FoR SALECEHTIKICATE FOIL SALfCertlflcato In Ilryant Strl1tr Uuslnoss College Jo n BAnDAGE WANTEDAQENT Vl JANTEDSevcral persons of character and good repututlou In mach stole one In this county required to represent and ad vertise old established wealthy business house ot solid financial standing Salary fl pHalJlcIIIoffice Horse HUll carriage furnished when necessary Heferonces Enclose selfad dressed envelope Colonial Co 331 hear born street Chicago n FOR SALE COll SALE Farm of 43 acres Just outside1 city limits of Cloverport Imnroveiniins ono2n om cottage Apply to J II Rowland iigent at postolllre FOR SALE PIUXTIXO Presses 11111 Cuttlrll machines and one lot of good Laundry machines Also now and secondhand las and Gasoline EiiKlnesJIAKTIN UA1ILE 510 3rd Street Louisville Ky lsfromJ1 WIimVOItTlI Hardlnsburg Ky- F01tSALEIharre1 Plymouth Itock Eggs 111rIGordur will pleas you Address Mrs Z T Cox Kkrun 1 Kv WARD- AXTEHIurtllsW owing me to cull lit the Two Stalls Hank Stophonsport andset tlo Oio Eo Shlvoly 31I I FOR KENT FARM FOIt UENTTlm farm of Mrs EUzu S Addison Ky For terms etc lid dross with reference John lurks 5C4 West Jelfurson Street Louisville Ky Farming in the South Tlio IIISMIIR r Department of the Illinois Control HallrOlul Corn pany IIs Usulnir monthly circulars roiicrrnltiR frultKrowlriK vtwtuiilrpurdtMiliiK stuck raising dairying etc in the States uf Kentucky west Tunnrssri Mississippi and Louisiana Every Farmer or HonitscikiT who will forward his name and address to the undersigned willl l 1 he mailedI free Clrrulars Nos 1 to 10 Inch slre and others as they are published from month to month John L Henry has gone to see his son Dave at Chattanooga Tenn Dr J C Bush will be in Hardins burg Monday May 0 for one week 100 cash or produce gets 20 Ibs sugar at Jollys for one week longer Mrs Edinonin Perrin is at Bewley yule spending n few days with rela tivesMrs Nancy Ashcraft of the Sandy Bill neighborhood was here shopping FridayMiss Essie Biggs acted as hostess to a meeting of the Social Club Tuesday eveningMr Mrs D 0 Heron enter tainea some young friends from town Thursday night- A complete line of fnrnitnre at J G Gos at prices that will surprise you Take a lOOK Misses Eva and Edith Plank of Cloverport were here visiting Mrs Chamberlain last week Mr and Mrs Bob Bells new house is almost completed They hope to be able to move into it at an early date Stonewall Brashear and son Stanton from the Flats were here shopping and seeing relatives Friday Omar Kempnr who has been here visiting his brother H H Kemper left Monday for Frankfort to visit a sister Twenty five different patterns of matting and carpets at Jollys price IB to 35c nil at bargains Come tirst and get choice Why dont some cne build houses for rent There is not a vacant house in the town and more than two families lire living in many of them Mrs McCoy had a millinery open ing last Saturday Her hats are the most stylish and up todate goods that were ever shown in Irvington Miss Ellen Munford sang in her usual sweet TolceII It was spoken for the Master at a meeting of the Baptist Young People Friday evening Miss Elln Teaff has a nice line of ladies and childrens hats and wishes all to call and see them Miss Teal is located in Mr Sam Paynes store Mrs Bate Washington was called to Louisville lust Sunday a week to at tend a very sick daughter Mrs Harry Major who is not seriously ill at this writingRobt Jordon is home from n lengthy visit to the Lone Star State Bcb says Texas is a new country but nothing I have seen yet comes up to my old Kentucky Home Mjss Annie Leo Bandy has just re turned from Louisville where she went to select the latest things in drejs goods and notions for Chas Marshalls store Iron roofing screen doors roof paint white lead 7o oil and paint brushes and the celebrated Peerless mixed paint for sale at Jollys It will pay yon to give them a call before you buy Our popular auctioneer D W Henry was in his element last week in disposingof the goods and of Joe Hendriok who it is chattelsI stood contemplates moving West The spring clothing shoes bats dry goods and gents furnishing de partments of Jolly G Si Co are com d s lr o IAA MM MM11 iINd411W No Place Like Horne No Home Made Happy Un less its Clean Now is the time to begin your spring housecleaning to make it easy you need these Washing Powder Ammonia Naptha Soap Bon Ami Scrub Brushes Brooms Pails Wood Tin Fibre and Galvanized Tubs Lye Scouring Soap Dont put off till Tomorrow What you z Can do Today Order now X CNOLTE BROOFF o 1 srMASONIC TEMPL- ECLOVERPORT KY nJJ W1WWPINJ IGRANDVIEWplate and uptodate and at prices that will surprise you If you are looking for the best values at the least money there is the place to go A committee composed of H H Kemper Morris Jolly and Bate Hern- don have arranged a program for the meeting of the Young People Friday evening nt the home of R N Mc Glothlan Mrs McUlotblnn will give n reading from Ben Hut J G Co have a complete line of harness saddles hardware plows wagons poultry wire and in fact everything you need for farm garden or house or kitchen either to wear or eat And the best sowing maohlne on earth and watches and jewelry unequaled in value Buggies surries and harness Jolly G Co are leading them all Car load on hand and more coming to fill place of those going out Prices quality and n warrenty back of them will tell A dollar saved is a dollar made It is up to you Dont be talked into something shoddy Ames Buggies are the best The Sunbeam Band of the Baptist church wall very pleasantly1 enter tained by Mrs Robt McGlothlan Thursday hours 7 to 10 This is an interesting society composed of the younger folks of the Sundayschool and cnurch and ie doing nicely under the leadership of Mrs Lam Smith and Mrs Bate Herndon Obituary- In loving remembrance of Miss Cornelia liriisliimr who filtered tube rust March 18th 1WM In the flftyflfth your of her ago She leaves an need mother brother and sister Mr J lJ Ilrasheur und Mrs Milton Miller Miss NoUn was beloved by ninny In all stati ons of life Although she possessed a strong character t he was generous to the faults of others and the most devoted und thoughtful daughter I over saw Her every thought was for mothers comfort before self ever smooth lug the pathway for her gentle mother as she Journeyed toward lifes sunset liar care and attention Is evident In every corner of their old anctstral home She was a member of the M E church at Home Ind for twenty years While her suf b ring was almost beyond endurance the past six months she was ready and prepared to die In her last hour while entering tho Valley of the Shadow of Death and bog fore passing the Mystic Veil she was praying for death to release her that she might havo rest and peace Our loss Is truly her gain Tn sympathy with her sorrowing family and many friends our hand will over cry for the touch of a vanished hand and the sound of a voice that Is still AxOinFiuuND Victor Hagman of Skillman was in town Tuesday and renewed his sub scription Mr Hagman says the wheat in his section is in much better condition than was expected nnd will yield a pretty fair crop All farm work he sags is very mUCh behind owing to so much ra- inCAi3WCKtaBears tba- Signature The Kind You Nato Always Bought Y Ilor HE QUESTION OF PURITY in baking would be wrong ndeed This question decides itself when adicks Gold Dust Flour s used Our carefulness in milling the ongberry Red Wheat used in making adacks Gold Dust Flour makes care illness on your part unnecessary Get- t from your Grocer Ce Water Boy Water Boy will stand the pres ent season at Joe Kings place and willserve mares at 450 to in sure colt tare taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur Water Boy is a beautiful Iron Gray 14 hands high and 9 years old He is a sure foal getter and quick to cover Toni Bashams mare dropped black mare mule from him this spring that meas ured 3 feet 4 in high VIC GILLION MILLIONS Of Bricks For Sale Good Grades and Low Prices CALL ON J D GREGORY Cloverport Kentucky Get the HENDERSON ROUTE Habit ON YOUR TRIP TO ST LOUIS ROUNDTRIP RATES FROM LOUISVILLE ON ACCOUNT OP THE WORLDS FAIR SEASON TICKETS 1300 Sold Daily Commencing April 25 Limit December 15 1JOi SIXTY DAY TICKETS11OtS- old Daily Commencing April 25- Li1HitGO days TEX DAY TICI ETs1000S- old Daily Commencing April 25 Limit10 days including nte of sale SPECIAL COACH ExCNs700 Dates Sale to bo announced hitter LimitG days including date of sale FOR COMFORTFOR SERVICE IP YOUR TICKET READS OVER TILE POPULAR IIENDERSON ROUTE YOU ARE CERTAINLY WELL FORTIFIED ASK US AlttEAytLLOUISVILLE KY p The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY APRIL 0 1904 APPROPRIATENESS IN DRESS Part 1 BY CHRISTINB TKRHUNK HERRICK Author ot Cradle and Nursery FlrtAId to the Young Housekeeper housekeeping Made Easy What to Eat In City Tents Etc Copyright 1001 by Christine Tvrlmno Herrick Never yet was there n normal woman who did not wish to these well What dressing well means fIP determined by eaoh one for herself In the early stages It probably mean unlimited fig leaves and a little later a new pelt from this or that animal or a new style in a garment woven c the bark of trees Such simplicity has unfortunately come to an end The point has been reached where a women cannot dress ns she pleases but must please to dress like the majority of woman It is a blessed dispensation that she usually likes to be in the fashion or somewhere near it and feels it no hardship to conform n prevailing modes In fact she usually lines it Her chief difficulty is how to manage to conform when she has not enough money to do it on Appropriate dressing should be an easy matter for the woman who has a generous allowance for her wardrobe Then it is her own fault if she does not havs suitable cc stamps for every emergency Appropriate dressing is also without complications for the women who never go anywhere except to church and whose needs are sup plied by working frocks and one gown for best liven such an one doubtless thinks she has her troubles but they are nothing to those of the woman who must ao to speak serve two masters or who in other words must till more functions than those of the housekeeper and church goer and must tress for these other tnings without exceeding a comparatively small sum Such a woman finds dressing well more or less of a problem usually more rather than less To women like this the fashion of sep arate skirts Iud waists has come as a I positive boon In the days when one must have a whole gown of one ma tenaldresslng was more complex even that It Is now Every OUA whose memory goes back to these times can recall how the waists gave out before the skirts and left one wits a supply of the litter in tolerable order mid a painful dearth of the former Now when one has a skirt of which the body tart is past worthy a shirt waist can be made to take place of the outworn garment Even with this expedient it is still DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the newspapers is sine to know of the wonderful ii J i cures made by Dr i1 ISwampRootII mediLtriumph nine I disIi i l oflIf xg byDrnent kidney and blad der specialist and Is curinglamebles and Brlghts Disease which Is the worst form of kdney trouble Dr Kilmers Swamp Root Is not rec ommended for everything but If you have kid ney liver or bladder trouble it will be found Just the remedy you need IIt has been tested In so many ways in hospital work in private practice among the helpless too poor to pur chase relief and has proved so successful In every case that a special arrangement has been made by which all readers of this paper who have not already tried It may have a sample bottle sent free by mall also a book telling more about SwampRoot and how to find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble When writing mention reading this generous offer In this paper and KVA7VL send your address to I Dr KllmerCoBlng V t1 ntc II hamton N Y TheM H regular fifty cent and omeof swampnoot dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists Dontmake any mistake but remember tho EamJlHooton every bottle A DUTY WOMEN OWE THEMSELVES Good actions speak louder than words 10 too does the testimony of many thou sands of women during a speakloudernot backed by a guarantee of some kind t That lathe reason why the pro 4ptietors of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescrip ti IIIIMon are ISuoffer 5500 reward P canPi a remarkable otter I is founded on the t j loop record of cures iof the diseases and i weaknesses pecu liar to women If there is an invalid woman auuenng vom female weakness prolapsus or falling of womb or from lleu corrhea who has used Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription without complete success the proprietors of that medicine would like to tother advantage to as they in perfect good faith a reward for any case of the above maladies which forfleled curative troperties that would warrant its makers in making such an offer The Sisters of the Ooexl Shepherdat their convent Our Lady of the Woods Carthage Ohto use a great deal of Dr Tierces medicines they say in a recent letter to Dr Pierce We beg to assure you of the great benefit these medicines give our ailing ones We cannot sufficiently recommend their excellence When the druggist says lie has some thing that I as good as Dr Pierces Favor ite Prescription just tell him Theres nothing just as good He says so because he hopes to make a better profit but his own mixtures have not stood the test of long experience and success that Doctor Pierces meticines have Then too many patent medicines advertised as tonics con tarn large quantities of alcohol Dr Pierce guarantees that his Prescription does not contain a particle of alcohol Dr Pierces Common Sense Medical Ad tampsforing Address Dr RV Pierce Buffalo N Y It is a good thing to keep Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets in the house One Pellet is a laxative two a mild cathartic possible for women to make mistakes in their dressing One of the chief of these they commit when they buy conspicuous clothing I am speaking now of the woman win must wear one gown a long time The striking effect may be charming at first but before the frock or the hat or the coat is half worn out the woman WhO wears it and the friends who see her wear it are tired to death of it Another blunder that women make sometimes is in buying articles of apparel which will not go together well We all Know the woman who hits bought a snuff coloured gown and a drab jacket or a darn green gown and a hat trimmed with a blue that makes a discord of tints that set the teeth on edge The woman who must enconomize on her clothing must buy things that go together well and every piece of her attire must be selected not for its beauty alone but because it will harmonize with the rest of her costumeSimple styles should also be chosen by the woman who can have only a limited wardrobe Extremes in fashion should be avoided There is the same objection to these that there is to the startling effects to which I referred a moment ago More than this such a woman should study what suits her Becanne a certain garment IOOKS well in a fashion plate or on a figure in a show window it does not follow that it will do as much on every woman One would not believe the blunders which woman will make did not one see illustrations of such breaks on every side The stout women who wear light fabrics of large and flaring patterns the slim slanky women who adopt styles with long severe linps the short dumpy figures that cut themselves in two in the middle by conspicuous belts or by a glaring contrast between the hue of the stuff of the skirt and the waist encompass ns about on every si le- the tailor is the best friend of the woman who must he economical about her clothes A tailor made gown if the style in which it is fasnioned is carefully chosen is likely to suit almost any figure Its sim plicity disarms criticism and renders it appropriate for nearly any occasion ex cept one where tull dress is squired The woman who has a tiilor made sKirt and jacket of good cut can let her fancy go a bit in the matter of Shirt waists She may have them plain dud serviceable for morning wear dressy and frilly for colling or tho theatre or small social atlairs and she way seek a compromise between the two for a waist in wear to church or to lectures And with each nnd all of them there may be worn the same skirt and no one will comment upon the persistency with which it appears so long as the waist ID what Iit should be and the skirt its lf is not startling in colour or in style Black is a boon to the woman who can afford only one or two new cos tumes a year She must buy good black in the first place and then if she takes tolerable care of it it will look well always For the women who object to black and there are such women there are dark blue dark green dark brown and the other in determinate shades or mixtures that are plentiful With one good tailor made gown of heavy weight for Winter wear another of lighter material for Spring and Fall and shirtwaists plain and dressy at discretion a woo man may feel provided for even if she goes out a good deal Ono sensible woman of my ac quaintance makes it a rule not to have more than two ordinary gowns on band at one time As soon as the first one begins to lose its original freshness she buys another end takes number one into service for second best By the time this is wholly past worthy tho second gown is ready to retreat to a more retired position and to yield the field to a new costume The only objection to this in tailor made frocks is that the jackets are likely to accumulate until there are more on hand than one can wear out So it Is as well to break the sequence by an occasional skirt All thiu is for the plain house or street dress When one comes to oven lug dress tho matter is more compli cated Even hero the separate waist comes in as a respectable makeshift I know a woman who considers herself fortunate in owning a handsome black broadcloth gown which she wears on state occasions at receptions and teas When the goes to a dinner where full dress is essential she exchanges the thicK broadcloth waist for a low necked boice of chiffon and crepe de chine but the black broadcloth skirt is still worn If she could she wonld indulge herself in u heavy silk skirt bnt as she cannot She relies upon the combination I havA described The same spirit of compromise must be practiced all through the wardrobe of the woman of slender means The woman who is able to ride in her own carriage or to summon one from a livery stable whenever she goes out to dinner or at tie theatre may treat herself to a long light wrap to throw over her dinner gown Hut she who thinKs herself lucky if she is able t I allow herself a new winter coat once in two or three years must restrain her desire for such pimps and vani ties Her cold weatner outer garment may be long but it must be dark enough to make it suitable for street wear If she chooses to follow her fancy in the matter of dainty linings well and good but the outward ap pearance of the cloak must be sober and suhaued After all one of the best aids to appropriateness of dress is found in consistency A woman does not wish to order her clothing on the principle of the tramp wbo when asked what were his needs in the line of dress repliedI kin get along without a clean shirt but Im dyin for want of a buzzom pin There is something almost ludi crously out of place in seeing a WOo man in very elaborate street dress when one knows that her home cos tame Is woefully untidy and shabby A light or dressy picture hat is not in its proper locality on the head of n woman who must wear the plainest of ready made costumes Above all it does not pay to put so much money into dress that one must neglect cer tain things which would benefit the body that the dress iid tft clothe A woman must keep well beforo she can look well If she must choose be tween a new evening gown and the means to induce her to tads outdoor exercise she makes a big mistake when she decides for the finery and lets the other thing go The body is a good deal more than raiment and there is more to a good appearance than fine clothes The woman who has trained her body and improved her complexion by athletic occupations by long walks by horse back riding by bicycling by snch games as golt and tennis and has known enough to take care of her health after she gets it is pretty likely to look well if she must dress simple Bearing this in mind she will come to the conclusion that she makes a better investment when she buys the right sort of an outing suit than when she puts money into a party gown What such an outing costume should be I will try to tell next wool A Thoughtful Man M M Austin of Winchester Ind knew what to do in the hour of need His wife had such an unusual case of stomach and liver trouble physicians could not help her He thought of and tried Dr Kings Now Life Pills and she got relief at once and was finally cured Only life at Short Haynes Drug Store How many featners on u rooster f Judge of District Court Plainly Speaks His Mind It is with pleasure that I give my hearty endorsement to Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery It is the most suc cessful remedy that I know of for the weakened condition of the digestive organs which excessive heat or overwork some disagreeable plication of unnatural conditions making one feel sick all over Your remedy is scientifically prepared and well calcu lated to renovate the entire system cleansing and vitalizing the blood and assisting the stomach to perfect assimilation of the food which will soon harmonySincerely Jude of nth jyislrict Dutal County Florida The U Golden Medical Discovery restores the long lost appetite j it strengthens the weak stomach and corrects the impaired digestion j it promotes the flow of digestive juices and facilitates the assimilation of the lifegiving elements of the food into the blood When the blood is pure and rich old inert tissues are torn down carried off and excreted and new healthy muscular tissues replace them In this way it puts on healthy flesh up to the normal weight and fortifies one against all diseasebreeding germs It allays users our For will be we on two Five from Coffee Packages and a 2 cent stamp entitle you to reg ular to one in either MFAIR will be the total July 4th attendance at the St Louis World Fair At Chicago July 4 the attendance was 283273 For nearest correct In Woolson on or before 19M we will give first prize for the nearest correct estimate second to the next nearest as 1 First Prize 1 Second Prize 100000 2 Prizes jsooooO 20000 100000 10 Prizes 10000 100000 20 Prises 5000 100000 60 Prizes 2000II 100000 250 Prizes 1000 260OOO 1800 Prizes 60O 900000 213O PRIZES TOTAL I2OOOOOI tttsal inflammation of the mucous membranes soothes the cough facilitates expectoration and deepens the breathing supplying the system with a much needed stock of oxygen It drives all impurities and disease ger- msforfeit 3000 1 Will be cheerfully paid in lawful money of the United States by the Worlds Dispensary Medical Association of Buffalo N Y pro prietors of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Dis covery if they cannot show the original statement and signature of every testimonial among the thousands which they are con stantly publishing attesting Ute superior properties of their several medi cines and thus proving the genuineness and reliability of all the multitude of testimo nials volunteered by grateful people in their behalfI it my duty to write you as I have received so much benefit from the use of your medicines says Mrs E Sando of Elon Iowa I was troubled with torpid liver indigestion and nervous prostra tion for eighteeen months and lost strengthii so that I was unable to do any work Consulted several doctors but without receiving help They advised me to have an operation for gall stone which I thought would be the very last step I would take I then sat down and wrote to you for advice i some five or six months ago and have since been taking your Golden Medical Discovery Can now say that I am well and able to do all my work besides doing lots of weaving In the last two months I have woven about four hundred yards of carpet and now that I will keep on with it as I the weaving business so well I took only eight bottles of the Golden Medical Discovery and some of Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets n I will be glad If I can say anything to those who are suffering as I did- nI was taken nine years with fever writes Mr M M Wardwell of Linwood Leaven worth Co KansIHad the doctor and he broke up the fever all right but I took diarrhea right away he couldnt cure it and it became chronic and then lIe gave up the case I got so weak with it and had piles so badly I couldnt down nor hardly sit up Was that two or three months thought I would never be well again picked up one of Dr Pierces Memorandum Books one day and saw your description of catarrh of the stomach I thought it hit my case We had a bottle of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery in the house that was got for mother You recommend it for catarrh of the stomach so I began taking it The one bot tle nearly cured me I got two bottles next time and took one and onehalf and was well I havent been bothered with diarrhea since A FEW PENNIES will pay the expense of mailing Dr Pierces Common Sense Medical Ad viser Send 31 one stampsfor the Gook in paper covers orjfstamps for the clothbound volume Address Dr R V PIERCE Buffalo N Y 5ooOo oCash Given Away to Users of LION COFFEEWe are going to be more liberal than ever in 1904 to of Lion Coffee Not only will the LionHeads cut from the packages be good as heretofore for the valuable premiums we have always given customers but In Addition to the Regular Free Premiums the same LionHeads will entitle you to estimates in our 5000000 Grand Prize Contests which will make some of our patrons rich men and women You can send in as many estimates as desired There will be TWO CREAT CONTESTS The first contest will be on the July 4th attendance at the St Louis Worlds Fair the second relates to Total Vote President to be cast Nov 8 1904 2000000 distributed in each of these contests making 4000000 on the two and to make it still more interesting in addition to this amount will give a 0R flflffl flft to the one who is nearest correct both Grand First Prize of IpUjUilUiUU contests and thus your estimates have opportunities winning big cash prize LionHeads cut Lion in addition the free 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TOTAL 12000000 4279PRIZES4279Distrib- uted I I to the Publicaggregating S4500000ln addition to whlchwe shall give 5000 to Grocers Clerks see particulars In LION COFFEE cases making a grand total of 5000000 COMPLETE DETAILED PARTICULARS IN EVERY PACKAGE OFll d LION COFFEE f- J WOOLSON SPICE CO CONTEST DEPT TOLEDO OHIO How Min Feathers on a Rooster n t L n t r11tY y w JjcThe Breckenridge News e i WEDNESDAY APRIT 0 1004 ttNarrowly home Escape March below Death nOWhile the city VT Sterctt narrowly J which might have Lmeant death to both lu struggling f 4through the unspeakably bad road in r front of the Hawley place the horse sud denly choked and fell over the river- bankH taking the b iggy The occupants I managed toget out just as it toppled 1 1over4 The bluff is probably twenty feet high and the river was almost to the L edge The horse is a very large and spirited oue and strange to say was not 1l i at all frightened There was no damage except to one of the hacking straps j Cures Blood Poison Cancer Ulcers Eczema f1 1Carbuncles Etc Medicine Free HRobert Ward Mnxoys Ga says l 11 suffered from blood poison my head face and shoulders were one 1 i mass of corruption aches in bones I- fand joints burning itching scabby r skin was all run down and dlscourng l ed but Botanic Blood Balm cured me perfectly healed all the sores and gave my skin the rich glow of health Blood Balm put new life into my blood and new ambition into my brain Geo A Williams Roxbury face covered with pimples chronic y sore on back of head supperating swelling on neck eating ulcer on leg bone pains itching skin cured perfectly by Botanic Blood Balmpores- all healed Botanio Blood Balm cures all malignant blood trouble such as eczema scabs and scales pimples running sores carbuncles scrofula etc Especially advised for all obsti nate cases that have reached the sec ond or third stage Druggists 1 To prove it cures sanpIe of Blood Balm sent tree and prepaid by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga De scribe trouble and free medical advice sent in sealecl1etter Laid Aside For the News t Evansville Ind March 23 1904 Mr J D Babbage Dear Sir Peate find enclosed 100 for one years sub scription to the good old News I have been here nearly two years The News came here with me and as long as I remain I eipect the News to visit me each week We cant get along without it We take a city paper hut = Ion Wednesday evening it is laid aside until the News isi thoroughly read- I am employed here in a wholesale grocery store We very often ship a bill of goods to BSon and CL S Clo jC verport You will also find enclosed estimates on the number of paid admissions to the Worlds Fair during the month of May I Trusting I will be lucky enough to win some prize and wishing the News and all Cloverport success I remain Yours sincerely i O W SANDERS A Great Sensation There was a Dig sensation in Lees ville Ind when W H Brown of that place who was expected to die had his life saved by Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consumption He wrltesI endured insufferable agonies from Asthmabut your New Discovery soontSimilar cures of Consumption Pnea 1monla Bronchitis and Grip are nu merous Its the peerless remedy for all throat and lune troubles Price 50c and 100 Guaranteed by Short Haynes Druggist Trial bottles free w Hot Times In Illinois An incident of the convention of the Republicans of Marion county Ill was i a fight of more than one hundred dele gates with chairs A charge of fifty del egates wielding chairs against fifty other chairbrandishers must be spirited t and healthful The surcharge of enthu- I t7tslasm in several Republican conventions has taken this athletic form as agreeable ii to the delegates ns to the chair manu facturers The conduct of Deputy Sheriff Simcox at these Marion county games cannot be blamed too much He drew a pistolpull a gunand re stored order The friends of good clean chairplay must protest aginst the introduction of pistols into county sport New York Sunq Sciatic Rheumatism Cured- I have been suoject to sciatic rheumatism for years says E H WaWron of Wilton Junction Iowa liMy joints were stiff and gave much pain and discomfort My joints would crack when I straightened np I used Chamberlains Pain Balm and have been thoroughly cured Have not had a pain or ache from the old trouble for many months It is cer tlanly a most wonderful liniment For sale by Short Hay no Beatty Given Five Years The heaviest sentence passed at this term of the Federal Court was imposed yesterday upon Ollie Beatty the Fords vllle photographer who was found guilty of raising 1 bills to 10 when Judge Walter Evans sentenced him to five years in the United States prison at At lanta The motion for a new trial was overruled Wednesdays Louisville Herald 1 1 ii J U s l DO YOU NEED A MEDICINE IT COSTS YOU NOTHINO TO INVESTItATE There is no one who does not need a occasionallyThe are well known to every one such as consti sleeplessness many others of a similar nature heedingtheMany acquire some chronic disease from which they never recover Many of these could be spared for years of usefulness by keeping in the home remedyWe anylairmindedter remedy for the Liver known than Dr SyrupTheof Buchu Hydrangea Mandrake Yellow Dock Dandelion Sarsaparilla Gentian Senna and Iodide of Potassium You know just what you are taking How many other formulas of a liver medicine arc published Ask your druggist about this It is already prepared and can be taken immediately The strength is extracted in the most skillful manner certainly superior to any powdered preparation known We also powdered supply you but this like all other dry Liver Medicines requires preparation Syrupisstrength as Liver Medicine in dry form andwill keep in any climate Your doctor however skillful could prescribe nothing better There is no opportunity for a doctor prescriptlon in compounding the same besides a doctors bill and the cost of the medicine You can be absolutely sure of the proper proportion being in every dose Syruphasdence and success in thousands of homes for52 years and is prepared by a pharmacist of 25 years experience in a laboratory equipped with the most modern appliances for the most perfect safety Xf you do not understand your write today for a Pre sample bottle and Dr Xhaehcr3 Health Book dire symptoms for arfriee ire imply ah that you try it at our erpe We Itnoietvhat t wUr do 1 FOR SALE DY ALL DRUGGISTS SO cents and 100 THACHER MEDICINE co Chattanooga Tonn Kentucky in Foreground Washington March 30Kentucky- will be in the foreground at the Repub lican National Convention Senator Scott of West Virginia who is arrange ing the details for the convention called on John W Yerkes this mortafeig and gave him the first glimpse of the plans of the convention hall Now sir you may select Kentuckys seats said the Senator Mr Yerkes used the best judgment he could mus ter and choie splendid seats for the States delegation They are well to the trout the Best Prescription for Malaria Chills and Fever is a IKMIIO of droves Taste lets Chill Tonic It Is simply Iron und QuI nine In a tasteless form No Cure No Pay Price SOc Hancock Countys Cannery Hawesville Ky March 30r J M Harris secretary of the Hancock Union Canning company was in the city this week Mr Harris states that 100 acres of tomatoes will be grown and canned this year The capital is 1500 and many of the leading farmers of that neighborhoodare share holders The officers are Charles Cabal president B F Powerstreasurer J M Harris secre tary The directors are Richard Sapp C AWalkerCharles Campbell and JL Duke Nothing but tomatoes will be handled this year A disordered stomach may cause no end of trouble When the stomach lulls to perform its functions the bowels become deranged the liver and kidneys congested causing numerous diseases the most fatal of which are painless and therefore the more to be dreaded Tne important thing is to restore the stomach and liver to a healthy condition and for this pur pose no better preparation can be used than Chamberlains Stomach and Liv er Tablets For Sale by Short Haynes To Improve Hawesville Church- A number of improvements will be made about the middle of this month if the weather permits on the Hawesville Catholic church of which Father C Brey of this city is pastor The prin cipal improvements will be a nice tower and belfry which when completed will make the building a very modern house ofworship GillilandGregory- Miss Mary Gregory daughter of Mr and Mrs John I7 Gregory was married Thursdayafternoon at i oclock to Mil ton Gilhland of Holt The ceremony was preformed at the home of the brides sister Mrs Rube Laslie by Rev S O Christian of the Baptist church Mr and Mrs Gillilaud will make their home at Holt Jas Logan Graduates Jim Logan graduated this week from the pharmaoy department of Purdue University with n high grade in the final examinations and will re turn home Friday On Monday he will take a position iin Basyes drug store as prescription clerk Rock port Ind Journal d9 AuAu4Crude As They Fall 4 From the J Editorial Pen Pleasant Evening f Reveries TTTTT7TTTT7TTTT AAAAA AAAA A AA AAAA AA HOME CIRCLE COLUMN TTTTTTTTT TTTTTTTT1 If youve a grayhaired mother In thu old homo tar away Sit down and write the letter You put ofT day by duy Dont wait until her tired steps Roach heavens pearly Rate nut show her that you think of her Before It Is too lute Into every life some shadows fall However bright and long the day the night cometh The delightful pathway strewn with flowers awl covered with mossy down ends in prickly thistles brambles and briers The glad Easter day of one year ago may be tinged with unusual sadntss today Some dear sweet face nfay be missing some glad cheerful voice may be hushed some touching song unsong some blessing unpronoucecl some kindly admonition ut spoken Some of our lathers are so busy mak ing the living and some of our mothers are so busy with household cares that they forget the better part and the real object of it all which is the making of a home For them we pass on the fol lowing thoughtThe memory of a beauti ful and happy home at childhood is the richest legacy that parents can leave to their children The heart will never forget its hallowed influences It will be an evening enjoyment to which the lapse of years will only add a new sweetness Such a horns is a constant inspiration for good and as constant a restrain from evil God never intended that strong hide pendent being should be reared by clinging to others like the ivy to oak for support The difficulties hardships and trials of lifethe obstacles one en counters on the road to fortuneare positive blessings They knit his mus cles more firmly and teach him self reliance just as by wrestling with an athlete who is superior to us we incre ase our own strength and learn the se cret of his skill All difficulties come to us as Bunyan says of temptation like the lion which met Sampson the first time we encounter them they roar and gnash their teeth but once subduedwe find a nest of honey in them The greatest curse that can befall a young man is to lean while character is form ing on others for support He who be ufus with crutches will generally end you do advertise do ball at you advertise season busi go time slow speed But you of ground time of like Herald pe i abeautiful Use AAAA AAAAAAA AA AA A A ColumnEE They the Home at Evening Tid- eYVryyyyyyyyyyyyv = with Help within al ways strengthens but help from with oU invariably recipient It is not in the or the hot house but on the Alpine cliffs the beat most vio ieutly that the plants re ared God Adam at the head of tl e but created and equal and true happiness only come in married life the hood ot the man being equal to the manhoodof the woman Why should hearts spend years 01 earth growing into one knitting life in to life blending soul into soul for a that is to reach the valley of you ale the head of the home why not be the head of the home for This is the age of women We find the professions arid trad es of life opening their doors to admit the enterprising woman are ing into their own and some are going into other peoples business In admiration the new there iis of forgetting the wife and mother andwomans true sphere as a homemaker Young man dont swear is nr occasion for it outside of a printing office it is useful when the is behind It also handy in proofreading and is indispensible wneu the ink works bad and the press to buck It is into when the foreman s and it has been known to entirely remove the tired of the editor ho looks over the racer it is Outside the printing office it is a foolish habit No you utter for good of hu will he lost or return to you void but will in bear fruit that will t 11 in Make mind a store of things and never lose an opportunity to scatter them broad cast those in need ofspiritual Loving will cost but little Journeying the hill oi life But make the weak and weary Stronger braver for the strife I ShortTallcs i Skdvertisin 3 y Rv Charles Austin 6J esJIbf After a ball starts to roll it will go a certain distance merely by reason of its own momentum heavier and biffger it is the further it wIllIToll It may have been pretty hard to start in the but once you get it going not push the nHit tho certain over push along thing good liberal the Boston instance thing tho brown enfeebles sheltered garden rugged toughest household through beyond Husbands eternity woman danger sometimes brought feeling printed inanity eternity your amongst on place a little now and then will be nIl is necessary the ground soft and rough you will have pretty hard When smooth places will bo easier ball business is hard move hot weather ground is more or less sticky and is a great friction Still i push hard enough cnnyoua ball starts to roll It will RO a YOU distance merely by reason of Us momentum JJJQVO it In fell when weather has made the road to easier and smoother you will have to push so hard unless you want the ball to go faster you do push at all it will come to a standstill oven a sheet of glass Somebody has said time to advertise is all the time That one of the smartest things that was over uttered If in the summer if you not will stop do in busy ness will on for a at a rate of if want to get a good deal a short you had bet tor it lively Tho best to push with is advertising in best paper you know a paper the for culiar about road to busi nnhillifu Join crutches from placed Eve shadows avocations time conies begins mad when utter word time food push push you of there of After the trade not If not If not in A you Stop pushing your ball willThu ball of business Is hard to move 1 In roll downhotThere such thing as standing still lAyersPillsWant or richblack Circle its where storms are he Adam can man woo union not all Some go our for There where paper use house good words up they q The it first it can that If is to get to it The to in The deal if certain cool on The is it weather is no wake up your liver Cure your constipation Get rid of your biliousness Sold for 60 aeyearsi DYE rim en or DICOQUI OB aP iuu co HUUDA w U 1iti Wi9i9it10ii8t 9iA 69DO trotC09t4iP0t9tIt19i9NNtlN 3 Tug growing popularity lit tin 0 eat southwest and till continual Increase to that nation especially on the first and third Tuesdays of each month Holmseekers Houndtrip und Culutilst OmWay r duitd rate dates InIIthe Frlsio System to add to Its already complete train equipment i TOURIST SLEEPING CARS latest pattern In Truln No 5 leaving St Louis S3S p m commencing December l 11KO mid ouch first und third Tuesday following until further notice IIot HeturnliiK Tourist Sleeper will arrive St Louis following Monday In Train No scheduled to arrive Union Station 720 a m connecting with all linos Diverging und rates per double berth us Iwlow 0 tSOUTH BERTH RATE NORTH S 8 35 p m Lv St Louis Frisco SystemAr 720 am 433 a m Ar slrllllCfleldflOO Ar 1205 am 000 u m Ar Ar 1040 pm 410 p m Ar Iarls W Lv la Onn 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before retiring 100 page book telling how to use it free Weighs about 10 pounds Folds flat in 1 inch space tl x 27 inches 30 inches deep large enough for person weighing less than 2ifi pounds Regular price tt7 by special arrangement we can fill orders for t Ev rryotie should have one of these cabinets ddreasCabinet Co Box tllCloverportKy n Qee1e1iiThe Fifth United States Infantry has adopted a mottoii i und it is a line one It was furnished by Col lames Miller Iat Lundys Lane Ho was asked whether he could take a certain position of tho enemy and his hand went up in in start salute whon ho said ILL TRY SIlt s daysI Of course a class or a regiment motto and n coatofarms S are moro or loss feathers Alone they never made a student nor n soldier iiBut those things do make for pluck They represent ideals and they act as spurs Did you ever stop to think what n different world this would bo if thieve were no quitters There are thousands of men in every walk of life They cant do things Sometimes it is true they are asked to attempt greater feats than they are mentally or physically capable of and are to bo pitied But they could at least make a stagger at it and die i lighting In the stores ollices shops houses there is always tho element that is afraid Some fear rules and some work i Others fear that they will do more than they are paid for Some sulk because Recognition does not always meet Endeavor at the door And all in this class represent varying degrees of inef ficiency They do not succeed because they do not deserve to succeed They need constant applications and repeated doses of tho spirit that filled the breast of Col Miller at Lundys Lano Moro battles are fought in tho holds of commerce you know than woro over waged with powder and shot There is position and profit waiting for every man who willcarry the Ill try spirit in his breast Dont lot tho pessimists tell you that tho field is overcrowded It isnt ox cept with mediocrity a theaIt would ho good if over the door of every store and factory und office whore men toil and hope for advancement the brave words of the hero of Lundys Lane could bo carved I iu big letters For Ill try is progress Cincinnati Post I The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY APRIL 6 100 The President ills Horses and The White louse Stable The Presidents wish for a ne home for his horses has directed at tention to the present structure and the horses ponies traps and attend ants quartered there A striking feature of the Execu live MOWN is a negative oneno automo bile is sheltered there The President believes in the horse Mrs Roosevelt believes in the President and the Sec retary to the President knowing his little book finds horses good enough and fast enough for him The Presl lent has frequently thus expressed himself Thorn is no companionship in an automobile The locomotive is a great and useful machine but the horse is a faithful friend We ought not to turn our back on him The horse is all right Miss Alice Roosevel1 so the gossips say once wanted an automobile This was soon after she came to the White House She presented her request and encountered parental and president ial veto So wanting an auto was as near getting an auto as the charming young lady got The people of Wash ington generally are sorry that Miss Roosevelt wanting a steam carriage did not let one for the lady is popular being a friendtinker franc in her ways and democratic in her man ners Some women say she is very smart some say she is rather good looking and some say sue is quite plain But all who know her insist that she is very nice Wnen she goes shopping she jostles with the crowds in the stores ana deals directly with the clerks at the counter whereas many of the sweljdan es of the Capitol have the goods brought out to their carriage But our story is of the horses and not of the ladies ot ttie White House There are two opinions of the Presi dent as a horseman just as there are two or more opinions of the President as a president Some of the Presidents j friends or flatterers allege that I h 19 a Contour of the Centaurs audII some other men will toll you on the I I inlet that the President doe not House know H horse from a cow The truth extrtmeslAPdi ident while a right good rigor is not ahoraeinnu in the full meaning of that word If he should buy from a trader a Irorse on Ins own judgment he would most likely be beat The horse might be blind in one eye broken winded a cribber or H drymonth lugger nut the President would not find it out till the horse real use should call attention to the defects Of course wondrous tales are told of the Presidents but Ayers Vhen the nerves are weak goes wrong You are tired all the time easily nervous and irritable Your cheeks a- reSarsaparilla pale and your blood is thin Your doctor says you are with a nervous He orders this grand old family medicine Iiu nttr than flo yeir I Imrr ned1 Atfft SHMiiiniii tn my f unily It tN n iriHinUtHilc at nil than and t wnvA tint m for Impure liltmtl I C llntr Yvit UHVPII fioin II00 a hIII T c YlIltlO drullI 10111 h Alta for Weak Nerves Ayorsills Wf 1 tr jIf v EPITHELIOMACovering Face and Reaching ewCURED BY CUTICORA Which Acted Like a Charm After Doctors and Hospitals Failed Here is another of those remarkable cures of torturing disfiguring skin hu mors dally made by Cutlcura Resolv ent assisted by Cutlcura Ointment and Soap after physicians hospitals and all else had failed U I feel it my duty to try to help thoso suffering from skin diseases My case was a very bad one covering all of one side of my face and had reached my eye I had two or three doctors prescribe without any relief They said my disease was Eplthelloma I was then advised to go to one of our hos pitals which I did taking their treatment for some time I had given up all hope when my husband asked mo to try beingInCuticura Soap with lukewarm water and a small silk sponge and then applied the Cutlcura Ointment I took one tea spoonful of the Resolvent four times a day They acted like a charm and in one weeks time my face was cured en tirely and has remained so I certainly can recommend the Cutlcura Remedies u Infallible MRS A G SMITH 2400 Catharine St PhiladelphiaThe to afford immediate relief the certainty of speedy and permanent cure the ab solute safety and great economy have made Cutlcura Remedies the standard skin cures blood purifiers and humor remedies of the world Sold throughout the world Cutlcnn Retolrent SAO orllOOlntmonlChrterhoe1roprletonOff all tho world knows how prone men are to magnify the accomplishments of the great The truth is the Presi doesInot have to rest on his ability as a Roosevelts Stable Navy Background I everything discouraged threatened rider He would not be conspicuous in any group of tournament or cross country riders In Maryland or Virginia He would probably stay with them and that is enough to do The President does not ride the West Point seat that is with a very long stirrup heel lower than the toe I sine cockade of dark red dark blue and white The trousers are light colored material and are worn inside the bootleg There is nothing glitter lag in the livery The President em ploys n coachman and footman but it is only on formal occasions that the footman goes out with the team The driver and footman are colored young men it being a White House tradition that these employs shall oe black or brown In all the from Grant to McKinley they were black under the present administra tion theyare brown The Presidents favorite horses are his saddlers Wyoming and Bleistein and of these his favorite is Bleistein The President has ridden Bleisteiu about live years and the horse and rider are well acquainted Bleistein is a dark bay of strong frame ana middle size with high withers flat Hanks good grit and clean legs He is au easy horse and a good walk er He can trot a little gallop along WilY at moderato speed and is a strong and conservative jumper though ho does not take his hurdles high Ho is a bred horse of linn character and amiable disposition Lute so many of his kind he is fond of sugar and apples and the President never uses him that a tip of sweets is not Bleistein is a loyal Roosevelt and considers the President a safe man rt 6 I wsaw I Wyoming is a big chestnut sorrel with plenty of ginger and a breezy way of the west with him for he came out of the west This horse was made famous when he was brought to Washington as a gift to the President from Wyoming friends Wyoming has a good heart and means well but his disposition is not as even as Blelstelns and his temper sometimes get the better 01 his judge ment but then his health has not been good this winter The climate of never seemed to agree with him Ho has always missed the free pure air of his far weHtern home He seems to think a good deal of the time when he was happy on the and the toe turned out Nor does he ride the Southern centlemans seat tint is long stirrup foot parallel with the horses side and the inside of the knee gripping the horse He rides with a medium long stirrup grips his horse with under side of the leg turns his toes ont keeping a good share of his weight in the sad die The President is fond of his horses but has the ret utatlon of being a hard rider He makes his saddle Horses run jump and work It is said under breath about the White House that too bronchitis from which his horses hava suffered this winter In due to strenuous riding Now a few facts about the general character of the Presidents horses The pair of carriage horses which draw Mrs and Miss Roosevelt on their calling and shopping tours and their afternoon drives cost the Presi dent X800 The reasons they cost so much are first norses are high second they are very well matched third because the President of the United States was the buyer They are light bays with a dun cast stand about fifteen and a half hands weigh about 1050 pounds and are kind and intelligent animals They are not especially toppy but they have style enough to save them from being ordinary lookers They are long coupled animals The chief defects in them are that they are leggy and J they do not girt well Their barrels are too slendT for coach horses and their legs are conspicuous These horses wearing plain harness lightly mounted In silver and hitched to the White House surrey a dark blue wagon trimmed in buff leather Is jjust a comfortable team It Is a Carriage Team Leaving White State War and BIdg in under horsemanship breakdown diems administrations for bony threequarter forthcoming Washington too I Try forrlleaithSo- uth222 Peoria St CHICAGO ILL Oct 7 1902 Eight months ago I was BO ill that I was compelled to lie or sit down nearly all tho time My stomach was so weak and upset that I could keep nothing on it and I vomited could not urinate withoutgreat pain and coughed so much that my throat and lungs were raw and sore The doctors pro nounced it Brights disease and consumptionIt they called it and I had no de sire to live A sister visited me from St Louis and asked me if I had over tried Wino of Cardui r told her I had not and she bought a bottle I believe that it saved my life I believe many women could save much suffer ing if they but knew of its value J74po4dDont pain Take Wino of Cardui and make one supremo effort to bo well You do not need to be a weak helpless sufferer You can have a womans health and do a womans work in lifo Why not secure a bottle of Wine of Cardui from your druggist today WINEoICARDUI VERB TRYING TO WOMEN ik Are the Peculiar Ills Brought on by Catarrh of the Pelvic Organs = Peruna is a Tonic Especially Adapted to Their Peculiar Diseases Mrs Lonlso Westbrook No9 East I Columbia St Detroit Mich Secretary of the West Side Lotus Club writes For several years I suffered with lcucorrlia and painful menstruation which was followed by general debility until I was but a wreck of myself Thanks to Teruna I am a well woman today Louise AVestbrook Miss Jcssiomcno Westland No 707 Deaubieu Ave Detroit Mich District outfit cloth long down rauch horse there short horse Alice when lady horse work White House shore creams Templars writes follows do suffered stomach emaciated nervous could taking can eat Westland tA Save Cost and Trouble We trying in month to every owing us taxes ns we are forced to settle with the scounty the first day April forced to return S I delinquent Please come to the Court House and settle or write find will send the amount need tho taxes owe mo cannot take any excuse I SAVE COST AND TROUBLE BY PAYING AT ONCE now so will forced to your i 80MQ Berd9S0 t 1st and 6th Districts S A is riding in each District every day Pay IPI have this month it to tho deputy or send it to as must T IIIIJII goodlooking but unpretentious A score of teams pass tha White House any hour in the afternoon would discount it for style and White House livery is not Imperialistic It is of dark blue The donblebreated close fitting with two rows of cloth covered buttons the The hat is a topper with an inoffen not a chummy Bleistein but the President is fond of him Now is old Yganka or Gangky for as the Roosevelts call the ancient horse This is the Roosevelt family with the family at Oyster Bay and In Washing ton long before Mr Roosevelt became chief magistrate of the republic Gangky ate sugar from the palm of Miss the young was a little tot Old Ganpky Knows every member of the Roosevelt family by name and voice and is as docile as a- welltreated dog This does not now but has a private stall in the stable and served with the daintiest of horse Roosevelt children go down to the stable to their bonbons chocolate and caramels cost papa eighty cents a dear old Gunguy wltbII The White House stable the men work there and who take care of the Presidents horses to be Deputy of Detrclt Independent Order of Good Peruna has a blessing to me and gladly I indorso For two years I with catarrh of the I lost flesh and grew thin and and exhausted so that I neither work or enjoy life I began Peruna and now cat and enjoy everything I I have been well over a year now Jcssicmcno ore this see man woman SS and child of and are also a lit me I I you and YOURSELF ME Pay I not bo advertise fj property deputy mo I if ntJNl4f will that cost The coat is and front silk He is like that lived is feed The often that pound is saidEby who 1 as been it Miss unsanitary It stands on low wet ground at the northwest corner of the Mall the Capitals central park It is three hundred yards southwest of tne White House and a hundred yards from the Potomac front of the Statn War and Wavy department building A man could throw a stone from the stable to the front entrance of the Cocoran Art Gallery The stable was built during the first term of Presi dent Grant and is a square squat structure tw 3 stories high The first story is red brick and the second is a Mansard of slate It is embowered in trees and shrubbery Though well kept it is a very commonplace stable with eight stalls rwo carriage rooms ana harness room In the second story are feed stores and the chambers of the grooms Dedication in May Garfield Ky April tiSpecial The Presbyterian church here will be dedicated the bfth Sunday in May by Rev Watson Fire at Garfield Garfield Ky April fiSpeclal Marvin Compton lost his house and contentc by fire Sunday evening All the family were absent at the time and nothing was saved 1How many feathers on a rooster r J Catarrh is a very frequent causeof that class of diseases popularly known as female weakness Catarrh of the V pelvic organs produces such a variety1-of disagreeable and Irritating symp =toms that many peopleIn fact the t FJtheyA great proportion of women have i some catarrhal weakness which has been called by the various doctors she r has consulted by as many different names These women have been treated and have taken medicines with no relief simply because the remedies Bare not adapted to catarrh It Is throughciaa mistaken notion as to the realnature of the diseases that these medicinesTUIhave been recommended to themthJIf all the women who are suffering I A with any form of female wcaknesspnwould write to Dr Hartman Colum Cbusdescription of their symptoms and thei 11 peculiarities of their troubles he i for Immediately reply with complete directions J for treatment tree of charge Health and Beauty a book writtenallespecially for women sent free by tbo Dr Hartman Columbus Ohio I F Miss Alice Dressler of No 1313 North coBryanttapasoS I I was suffering from catarrh of the rathroat and head One of my college 1 4 ha friends who was visiting me asked ma re to try Peruna and I did so and found it of all and moro than I had expected It tr not only cured mo of the catarrh but t tb restored me to perfect health AlicllmDressler Miss Mamie Groth Plattovillo WfeewritestlJ n 1 have for several years sufforaduwith frequent backache and would for ii B several days have splitting headaches D1rSeveral of my friends advised mo to 1 take Peruna and I asked my physician c t what ho thought of it lIe recomamended it and so I took it and amaentirely without pain of any kind now GrothdIn a recent letter from No2 Grant Ave Denver Col Mra Ida L Gregoryvwrites l Somo six years ago my husband suf r fered with nervous prostration and I advising with a friendly druggist ho Sbroughthealth was restored from its use his + appetite was increased and restful sleep J camp to hlmIdll L GregoryiMiss Florence Murphy No2703 Second Avo Seattle Wash writes 1 suffered for over a year with lemalo trouble and although I tried several physicians none of them seemed to boHablo to help me permanently It only took a little ova three bottles 1 of Peruna to mako mo well and strong A 1 I never have backache headache or bear ing down pains any moreFlorence Murphy t- ii t J IL JOHNSON i q Stands a Fine Robinson SnowFlake JACK x At his farm 3 miles from Holts Bottom Also a Bay Stallion at the above placett 5 EACH Will insure a living Colt JAS H JOHNSON f Farm Near Holts Bottom 1t p Plans for a New Hotel R R Williams of Evansville and Joe Cooper of Hawesrille were look- Ing over the Tar Springs property r south of this city Sunday Mr Will- Iams iii i is now considering plans for the new hotel to be erected near the Springs this year A number of modern improvements beside the hotel will be made on the property this spring ani summer but as yet no definite arrangements have beeu matteaa DR FENNERS r KIDNEY and Backache ofxldneysCUREJladder 1 I i Dont become discouraged There Is a Fonnerlie I cases its yours All consultations Free I suffered from kidney and bladder trouble usingDrImprovementThe trulyHOWARD Mo i Druggists soc ft Ask for Cook Book FBES 3- r For Sale By Short Haynee c