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THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS1 1 4 j ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT i VOL XXVIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 13 1904 S Pages NO 39 FISCAL COURT PROCEEDINGS Hardlnsburg Ky April 12Spec- ial Tho Fiscal court met on last Tuesday and continued in session three days All of the justices of tho peace were present each day Charles Butler of Burns was allowed 0110 for damages for land condemned for public road The total number of delinquents allowed the Sheriff in settlement of the taxes for the year 1U03 was 661 G W Beard J H Srfillman and F K Rhodes were appointed as a committee to investigate and report upon the necessity for the erection of a bridge over Rough creeK at Horns backs mill They were directed to report their findings at the next term of this court The committee appointed to refund the indebtedness of the R R district made a report to thA court to the E effect that it could not be done and the committee was discharged The I committee was composed of G W Beard D U Moorman and Judge MercerW K Barnes was reelected to the position of commissioners and receiver for the county He was allowed 100 for his service as such during the past year The Circuit Clerk ThoH J Moore was authorized to pnrcnase 100 file- S boxes to be used in his office i G P Paul was exonerated from paying poll taxes in the futureaG W Beard was appointed as a commissioner to have the court house painted and to have certain repairs madeThe road tax was levied at the same rate as last year viz Ten cents prop erty tax and a fifty cent poll tax On the question of levying tt road tax all the magistrates voted for the tax except Squire Royalty The tax for county purposes was t levied at 10 cents on the one hundred dollars worth of property and poll tax of IIt Master Commissioner Lee Walls was elected pnnper commissioner tor the ensuing year The salary of the County Health Officer Dr L B Moorman was fixed at 25 per annum o Dr A A Simons Health Officer of the county was allowd 100 for his service AS such for past year He topk an appeal to tho circuit court Dr E J Baker on the third ballot was elected Poor Home Physician The other physicians balloted for were Dr J S Sutton and Dr J L Lynch of Jolly Station Road Supervisors were elected us follows Hardinsbnrg district W E Board Cloverport district George Harris Union Star district G W Jarboe Bewleyville district James V St Ualr Hudsonville district Thomas Dyer McDaniels district amuel RlO- AHenry I 0 Jolly was elected as bridge commissioner for the ensuing year All claims allowed at this term were ordered paid out of the levy of 1004 It was ordered that the proceedings of the court and the delinquent list should be published in the Democrat The following resolution on the road tax question was introduced by Charles H Drury and Adopted u naniinonsly Resolved that Matthias Miller andI David R Murray be and they are hereby appointed a committee to ex amine into the desirability feasibility and advisability of the county issnal of bonds for the purposo of making and working the public roods of the county under the provisions of the late act of the General Assembly ofI the Commonwealth of Kentucky Snid committee will inquire into the assessable property of the county the amount of bonds necessary for an effective system for the improvement of the roads at what rate of interest the bonds can be floated and will re port the relative cost and results to the county under such system and the relative costs and results under the present system and will make a full investigation of the question in all its bearings and report at the next term of this court Mrs W T Owen Dead Mrs W T Owen one of the best known women of Owensboro died Monday night at her home in that city of typhoid fever Besides other relatives Mrs Owen leaves three brothers who reside at Glemlenne They are Thomas William and Priest yoorman The funeral war held at Owensboro yesterday afternoon n r tI NEW COMPANY IS IN CHARGE The company now in charge of theI Patton brick plant of this city is known ad the Clover port Brick Tile company Articles incorporating the now company were drawn up and sent to Frankfort last week The concern will bo capitalized at 25000 its purpose being the manufacture ot brick and roofing and drain tile The in corporators are GS Bridges and Jno B Baskin of Louisville and R NIHudson of this city As yet the officers of thE company have net been electedA of men is now at work putting the plant in shape to operate It Is not Known just what date tho worK will be completed as a number of changes are to be made in the ma uhinery Cornelius Nist A J Hildeubrant and other pioneer brick men of Louis ville were in the city Thursday making an inspection oP the plant with a view to purchasing it Avoid all drying inhalants and use that which cleanses and heals theI membrane Elys Cream Balm is nch a remedy and cares Catarrh easily and pleasantly Cold in theI head vanishes quickly Price CO cents at druggists or by mail Catarrh causes difficulty in speak ing and to a great extent loss of hear- Ing By the use of Elys Cream Balm dropping of mucus has ceased voice nd hearing have greatly improved JI W Davidson Atty at LawI Monmouth Il- lCONVENTION CALLED Hardinsbnrg Ky April 12Spa- ciahAt a meeting of the county committee of the Republican party held here on Monday a mass conven ion was ordered to be held at the courthouse on Saturday April 23 at 2 oclock p m for the purpose of selecting delegates to the state convention to be held in Louisville on the 3rd of May It was also ordered that each precinct committeeman hold- a mass meeting is each precinct of the county on Friday April 22 at 1 clock p m for the purpose of electing a committeeman to serve on the oanty committee for the ensuing four pears Of this meeting the present committeemen will give due notice of the time and placer Witness our nands tnis the 11th day of April 1004 Allen R Kincheloe Char Jno P Haswell Jr Secy t Sciatic Rheumatism Cured- I have been suoject to sciatic rheumatism for years says E H iValdron of Wilton Junction Iowa My joints were stilt and gave ranch pain and discomfort My joints would crack when I straightened up- I used Chamberlains Pain Balm and have been thoroughly cured Have not had a pain or aohe from the old trouble for many months It is cer ianly a most wonderful liniment For sale by Short Haypes Fire at Hawesville The flour mill of the Ohio Valley Milling company wad burned at awesville Saturday morning As the city and the water company are at loggerheads over the water rent the tire company did not turn out and the building and the machinery area total loss The building was a frame structure and was removed from Rome Ind in 1800 The loss 5000 is practically covered by Insurance The members of the company are 0 M Bnllitt of Louisville George Bentley of Hawesville the local sup erintendent and D J Foley the miller The fire was the third at the plant recently and all originated mysteriouslyThe will not be rebuilt For sometime it had not betn in full operation only custom grinding being done Baked Dog and Potatoes Four delicious dogs are being fat tened for a great feast of the savage Pnilippine Igorrotes at the Worlds Fair When the dogs are fattened they will be baked and served with swee t potatoes This is the favorite feast of the savage and they cannot be molested by the Humane Society of St Louis as stated elsewhere Gov Hunt who has charge of tho Igorrotes stated Sunday that tne Society cannot Interfer with tho proposed feast as the reservation is SOOyards outside of the city limit IRelief for Tobacco Growers Organized Farmers the Power to De throne the Tobacco Trust We are in receipt of official notice from the headquarters of the American Society of Equity ut Indianapolis Ind that this society will send organizers into the tobacco grow ing districts at once to organize the growers to demand and receive a profitable price for their 1901 crops The work will begin in Western Kentucky Four meet ings are already called at Morganficld Union Co April 16th Dixon Webster Co April 18th IJcnderson Hcnder son Co April 20 Owensboro Davicss Co April 22 James W Lee of Morganlield is in charge of arrangements for these meetings Other meetings will bo held in rapidsuc cession until the growing districts in Kentucky Tennessee Indiana Ohio Virginia North Caiolina Maryland Penn sylvania Connecticut Now York and Wisconsin aro organized The plan of this farmers society is different from any former one The American Society of Equity proposes to organize farmers to regulate marketing and thus compel the price It believes knows tho world must have what the farmers growall food and clothingsupplies It organizes the farmers and teaches them how to market their crops over tho whole year instead of dumping them soon after harvest so that other people hold and manipulate them It be lieves in farm storage rather than city storage It proposes to make thn demand seek the supply instead of the supply overwhelming the demand It knows under the oldsystem that when tho year is around all 6f the crops are at prices made by nonproducersspeculators consumedIItrusts and middlemen without any reference to cost to produce them It believes under the new system of controled marketing and price making on the farm that there will be even greater consumption because prices will be equitable to both producers and consumers and that when the year is around the granaries and storehouses will be emp ty and the indispensable goods of the farmers will have been sold at the farmers price This is not a society for tobacco growers alone but it is for every crop grown by farmers one society for all agri cultural interests It is organizing in every state in the union also in Canada It is the society that fought for dol mar wheat and won It proposes to carry on its work until every crop brings a profitable price and until the grower takes his profit first before the middlemen and trusts can touch his fine products Until farming is elevated to I1nIequality for profits with the best business in the and farmers como to tho front where they In this call to farmers to organize belongIIplaced on its importance to small cities and Therefore tho merchants are invited to building up of agriculture which means prosperity for all Merchants want farmers to gut good prices in fact farmers X cannot prosper without the merchants prosper hence their interests are mutual If the farmers and merchants join in S this movement to rescue the tobacco industry and put it on g more than its old time prosperous basis it will bo tho great v cst industrial event in the history of the localities affected 2 The Hawesville Bank Messrs J S Adair and R A Smith of Stephen 01 1 and a number of Hawesville and Owensboio parties met at Hawesville last Wednesday and organized a new bans for that place The osnceru will be known as The Hawesville Bank and will bo capital ized at 15000 Most ol the stock subscription is owned by parties re siding outside of Hancock county The officers are Jno S Adair Presi dent WmHale VicePresident Thos D Hale cashier and J B Freeman T DHalo JWCarlton R A Smith and Jiy Bates Directors Business will begin on May 1 in tho Hawley brick corner now used as a confec tionery if the fixtures arrive in time to be set in place A disordered stomach may cause no end of trouble When the stomach tails 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 I Ibe more to be dreaded The important thing is to restore the stomach und 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 Gus Will Run Again Senator Gus Richardson was in town Monday Mr Richardson informed us that he will announce for reelection shortly He is now on his farm near Guston and will take a run on the pas tur for a few months and have his shoes pulled off and when he is taken up and given a careful preparation the oppon ent who defeats him for the nomination will have to step the last quarter in thir ty seconds Meade County Messenger I I Y ELOPEMENT FOILED An attempted elopement threw Fordsville into a state of excitement last Wednesday night but the plans of the lovers were promptly thwarted by relatives of the young lady and after quiet was restored it was agreed that the wedding should take place at home The parties to the affair were Clint Smith and Miss Zella Oiler who were devoted to each other There had been some objections to the young laays marriage on account of her age and they prepared to elope As they were boarding the train Miss Oilers father and brother came up and carried ner home She fought to be released and Mr Smith attemp ted to help her but her brother pulied a pistol and as ho was not armed he had to stand back Finally the affair ended quietly and happily Smith and the girls brother went to Hartford Thursday and secured n marriage license and the wedding took place on their return The best physio Chamberlains Stomacn and Liver Tablets Easy to take pleasant in effect For sale by Short Haynes Masons Go to Vine Grove Hardlnsburg Ky April 12Spe- ciahA party of Masons composed of Jesse WhltwortL William Skill man Irvin Richardson Charles Ed mounds and Jonn P Haswell Jr went to Vine Grove Friday to assist in organizing a chapter at that place A class of twentytwo took th de grees and a very enjoyable time was had How many feathereon a rooster HEALTHis the Most Important The manufacturers of Royal Baking Powder have had forty years of scientific experienceEvery of breadandcake rais ing has been exhaustively studied in this country andabroad The result is a perfect product in Royal Baking Powder There is no substitute for it The purity and efficiency of Royal Baking Powder have been com mended by the highest authorities These facts mean two important things to all housekeepers First that Royal Baking Powder is healthful and makes wholesome food Second that Royal Baking Powder makes food good to ta- steROYAL BAKING POWDERABS- OLUTELY PURE GIVES HIMSELF UP Is Judge Evans at home The above question was fired at Commissioner Lindsey at the custom house yesterday morning His questioner was a lad of about twentytwo summers II was tall and lank and worea costume bv which it was easy to distinguish his na tive elements It was Eugene Lee of Mook Breckenridge county one of the slickest spud sellers the United States marshals nud revenue ageuts have had to deal with in ninny years Upon being told by Mr Lindsay that Judge Evans was not at home Lee repliedWell I guess youll doYou ve got something ti do with the government havent you I thought I was in the right place Well I came to give my self up I nm tired of dodging these marshals But let tie tell you none of them could have caught me I arrived in town last night with 10 in my pockets Now I have got this 35 cents Anyhow I had a lovely time last night I know there is a warrant against me I am ready to go to jail I want to get rid of this business But if there is anyone in that jail that has any money I will win it all from them shooting craps MrLindsey was a little surprised to say the leastat this honest confession However he took Eugene in tow and conducted him to the county jail He will be arraigned on Friday morning on the charge of selling liquor without a special government tax Deputy Marshal Gilliland has been on the trail cf Lee for more than a year Only a few days ago be was chased on Rough creek Wednesdays Owens boro Messenger Lee was tried before Commissioner Lindsev Friday on the charga of selling liquor without a special govern ment tax and held to the federal grand jury In default of a 200 bond he was remanded to jail After the trial Lee said that his bondsman would be in Owensboro in a few days Councilman at Clinton George Paul was elected council man from the third ward on tho Re publican ticket at Clinton Mo at an election held last wek Mr Paul is a Breokeuridgo county boy and a eon of G P Paul of Bewleyville C14t8TOILBear thethe Kind You llama Always Boughtt Signature oP GETS GOOD POSITION Joe Harpole resigned his posi tion at the 1L H St L shops as assistant foreman last week and went to Lonisville Sunday morning to take charge of the Big Four shops and roundhouse that city as general foreman Mr Hnrpoles now position is higher and more lucrative than the one he held here and is a deserved recognition of his ability as a firstclass machinist He came to tIlls city from Bowling Green about eight years ago and has been one of the most valued employee of the L H St L rail roadMr Harpolo has a host of friends here who congratulate him on his success but regret to see him leave Ho has been especially popular at the railroad shops A delegation of his fellow employes were at the depot Sunday when he left for Louisville Good fur Children The pleasant to take und harmless One Minute Cough Cure gives im mediate relief in all cases of Cough Croup and LaUrippe because it does not pass immediately into the stom ach but tares effect right at the seat of the trouble It draws out the inflammation neals and soothes and cures permanently by enabling the a lungs to contribute pure lifegiving and life sustaining oxygen to the blood and tissues One Minute Cough Cure is pleasant to take and it is good aihte for young and ola Sold by All Druggist Hun Jury In Burk Case The trial of the A J Burk murder case in circuit court at Hawesville re suited in a hunK jury The case went to the jury at noon last Wednesday and was considered by them until Thursday evening without agreeing on a verdict Burk was charged with being an accessory to the murder of J P Mc Garver an old man at Victoria four years ago A J Burk Dan Burk and MiKe Bnrk were indicted for the crime The latter two were sentenced to serve a term in the penitentiary but Dan Burk was pardoned by the governor A J Burk is a nephew of the other two brothers 17 more days of our 5000 Worlds Fair contest Send your estimate be fore its too late yf t = Skkkykyrkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkktkkk33 kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkAkkkkkklRkkkkkkSlkki111klikkkkAkkkkkkkl kkkkkkkkkkkkSlkkkkkkkAkkkklfilkI + kkkkltk7lAkkkAkkkkkkkkkkfCEklCAkkkkkkkkkkkkkAkkkkkkAkC- fI 1r- c i i I QuarterlY Report I x II BI I I Of The Bank of Cloverport 11Ki1 i I IAtthe Close of Business on the 31st day of March 1904 w i C t J C r RESOURCESrC Loans and Discounts 3719414 C Due from National Banks 459875 Specie 142193 Currency 438600 580793 C Furniture and Fixtures 100000 Expenses last Quarter 34342 I 48 44241 i r 1- A i Jl J Your small will be that in bank is a at v i to of firms and We treat all fair and on time de We all who have to build up a nice and at the end of the next our year will find x r new names on our you we beg to the for your kind r Jl r rY Jl I P A i Ii J C J W r C w i D j t= C A A Jl Jl I 1 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preceded by the ipriests and acolytes All the sound i ml activities of the day the morn ment of the little ones the oblations of the lpriests the greetings of friends were followed by Inertness and lan guor Motlnnlpas against the sky spread tine branches of the trees like lines oteliad there still were the clambering vines that monolith and col umn Rut suddenly that deathlike lull In mturos animation and unrest was abruptly broken and an imroarlous vocif eration dispelled the voiceless peace ivp Jack n hr a CrcMtM lads With a Jill Fur Ivcry Jack in I1i honnw voile as its owner came rim nlong ono nf the walks of iy for nil his SOUK no blue i trr liior wan Int II lboistoruu e- nIf tin T ut rtri a ruftsmaii or a I lio1Iil Wlii Illld SOU lOW frWld- II it in Ie biiriiil ground nn 1 now llritin nlml ly altnut How this r Cii lintr welt of tic jrrogshop come ti v iiiilir so fur frnin till convivial luiuns of his klvi uid to choose tills i It rill n nimbi can only Lc explain lby tin viigars of jnlrlHv With a JI V f viI A fair port Ii m ILp cnntiiHUil when his eye fell upon tLr figure of a woman sonic distance lVsirsnud fairly discernible In tin f i Krliiq twiliizhti the- oarm ronaoil atul be steadied himself ice gating after the form that had attracted his attention Hello he said Avast my dear he called In that atlll place his harsh tones produced a startling effect Foal the figure before him moved faster and tater casting a glance behind her at the man froth the river who with snatches of song nturtod in uncertain but determined pursuit As the heavy footsteps sounded nearer she increased her pace with eyes bent upon the dls tant gate Darker seemed to grow time way More menacing the shadows out stretched across the path Louder crunched the boots on the shell walk More audible became tho words of the song that flowed from his lips when tho sound of a sudden and violent air brief duration characterized by longshoreman oaths and followed by si hence And then a figure not that of time tuneful waterman sprang to the side of time startled girl Miss Carew exclaimed a well re membered voice Bewildered breathing quickly she glued from Edward Mauvillo who tins her to the prostrate form lying motionless on tho road Time rude awakening from her day dream in the hush of that peaceful place find the surprising sequence had dazed her senses and for time moment It seemed something tragic must have dead she askqd quickly un able to withdraw her glance from the Immovable figure stretched out in the dim light on the path No fear sill Muuville quietly nl most although his eyes were yet bright from the encounter You cant kill his kind he added Brutes from coal barges or rnftmen from the head waters He struck against n stone whon ho fell and what with that the lijimr In him will rest there awhile IIiH come to without what has happened Turning moodily the land baron walked slowly down the road away from time gate She thought he was about to leave her when he paused as thllu looking for something Btooccd LIABILITIES Capital Deposits Earnings last lr 52400 ReDiscounted f4r 810000 Surplus Fund f 60828 i I n u to time and out a You your wrap Miss Ca rew he said The night Is cold and you will need It She of fered no when ho It over her Indeed seemed of the Dont you think we had bettor go he went on It wont hurt him Indi cating the body to stay here the brute Her look was so gentle so sad an of seized him lIe of his and added less I Why did you remain so late- I did not realize how late It lied be come Your must have been very he his brow once more Not was It for him to sun mlse ujiou whom her mind hud been bent and his Jaw act dis whlo ho looked at her re In that light ho could but dimly discern her face lieu bonnet hail fallen from her head her eyes wore bent before lien as striv ing to the lurk ness With his sudden spell of came the to clasp her In his arms In that silent place but the figure of tho similar cameo him and the desire while pride the of the down time This self was not with out a of for after a pause he There Is no for a wom nits taste She did not this state ment but the start she gave told him time shaft humid aped home An An the stung by hula Still no reply only more foot steps them n gentle A lizard out of their path the leaves A bat or tome other before them and They had now the gate which they and found on the road to the city whose lights had begun to In the rumble of n and the aspect of the not far distant town her and to her Up on the und baron they an erect for ho was to tho It might be There was to say and yet h4 was loath to leave her There was to nnd yet he to remain with her For this reason as they drew near the city his mood darker like the night ornnnd thorn she feltH the in ills bosom Ills sudden silence his her she him but his eyes were fixed before him on the soft luster above the city time re flection of the lights and she knew and his she found his silence more than his words she could think of to say to break the spell nnd so they to walk side by side An seeing them be heath the cypress a lovers with Its soft would have taken them for a well couple who had no need for But when they laud from that lane and tho city the land baron more free I gave way to the stir of the city she was no on his good ofllcos his role of had ended when they loft the walk behind them Ills brow cleared J he at tier with 111 he no ticed with secret pride the she from time side long looks of thus her the busy streets Time land baron Into his old self he strode at her side by the scru tiny she Invited from his eyes like some heat he at Why not Hope A womans mind Is ever Her breath Tho other Is gone Why It was not my being In the Miss Carow said her with his her look of ingly he I you there tho streets Into the My seeing you first was chance my In the burial the result of that chance The result he softly As as life Life what Is It which control us forces which bind usl IrIs you or all you She did not reply His voice ing with no chord a new ble wave of sorrow moved her It might be he had cared for her ns ns It was for his heart to care for any one time yet soften his faults and his With that shade of sor row for him there came as well that the past and dwelt on the future She raised her eyes Why should it be I or as you put It she In may control us In a measure but we may also strive for We can strive For what For what we dont tvantr Thats the of your Miss Carew he x L- Jl P of the of be it ing sworn says tho foregoing of the f xis E FRANK P PAYNE President OF i J g1Subscribedr 1 the 31st day of 1904 WEATHERHOLT N P B C J My Commission January 1119u0y Jl Jr Jr i um j banking business however appreciated Remember a dollar saved and deposited dollar earned Special itention given collections Accounts invited impartially Interest posit thank helped us banking business hope second many imore books Again submit above statement consideration IBoardof Directors Frank Payne President John BarrYJ Jr Mattingly VicePresident Pate Marion Weatherholt Cashier Louis Baerf Jr Dr Simons Cashier Jr etttrrrirerrrtrtarrasa rpprrnrr rrrerrrr rrrtrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrryrrtrrrr zIKjr Wwwwwr7 d TI1 FREDERIC ISHAM I trMrcrtratrtrtrtraitvtrtrtrCnrcnttratrtr ttAAAttttg oo1otofoooooooooooIIooIo lengthening neighborhood clasped 1 T Immrdintrly incredulously out- 1eholug tOlwl11cndencu unexpectedly accosted happenedIs thoughtfully contemptuously and remembering h Stock 2000000 1971196 Quarterx Bills 4894424 corporations ground returned Homing garment dropped awkwardly resistance placed shoulders unconscious attention motionless answering unwonted feeling compunction repented harshness brusquely thoughts absorbing exclaimed quickly overcoat dlltleuit agreeably sentfully though penetrate gathering jealousy temptation Isolated between heritage gentleman fought longing conquest accomplished however sacrifice tompcr observed accounting controvert outlaw outcast exclaimed patroon beyond endurance thoughts hurried Around sounded rustling scrambled through crackling winged creature suddenly whirred vanished approached through passed themselves lead- Ing directly already twinkle duskThe cheering carriage quickened spirits imparted elasticity footsteps produced opposite obviously reluctant abandon interview however unsatisfactory nothing nothing accomplish wished became Instinctively turbulent passions stirring dogged footsteps misgivings Furtively regarded straight mistrusted thoughts Although menacing nothing continued mutely observer promenade enfolding shadows matched language emerged romantic entered breathed moveI1I10ntcountry longer dependent protector cypress glanced concealed admiration attention attracted passersby approval followed through expanded gratified assurance radiated magnetic played possession willfully perversely whispered shifting fancyn accident cemetery Mauvillo suddenly covering glance Meeting surprise unflinch continued followed through country presence ground Inevitable repented inevitable Influences noirOifiV orI feeling touched answering Nevertheless Inexplica sincerely possible wayward Perhaps would temper rustiness compassion compassion overlooked steady nothing finally answered slowly fluences something always philosophy moralists ejcclalmed Frank Payne President Bank Clovorport duly report condition of STATE KENTUCKY President Mardi MARION expires individuals paid thanking Asst rrrrrnrrrr rrrrrrrerrrrY Involuntarily reawakened Thats your modern ethics or duty Playing tricks with happiness Tin game Isnt worth the candle Or if you believe In striving ho added half resentfully half Imploringly strive to care for mo but a little But a little he salt again I who once wanted nil and would have nothing but all um content to ask to plead for but n littleI see no reason she replied wea rily yet not unkindly why we should not be friends Friends he mind bitterly I do not beg for n loaf but n crumb yet you refuse mo that I will wait Only n word of encouragement Will you not give It She turned and looked Into his eyes and before she spoke ho know what her answer would be How can 1 i she said simply Why should I promise something I can nev er fulfill IIe hold her glance as though loath to hnvo It leave him May I see you again 1 he asked abruptlyShe her head Ills gaze fell seeing no softening In her clear look You are well named ho repeated more to himself than to her Con stance You are constant In your dls likes as well as your likes I have no dislike for you she re plied It seems to have been left be hind me somewhere OnlyI Indifference then he said dullyNo not Indifference You do care whatmay become of me You should do so much be so much In the world she answered thought fullySans peur ct sans reproche ho cried halt aroused half cheerlessly What a pity I met youl Too late They were now at the broad entrance of the brilliantly lighted hotel Sev oral loungers smoking their after din ner cigars gazed at tho couple curl ously Mauvlllos a lucky dog said one Yes he was born with a surer spoon replied the person addressed As he passed through the envious throng the land baron had regained his self command although his face was marked with an unusual pallor In his mind one thought wits paramount that the walk begun at the burial ground was drawing to an end their last walk the finale of all between them Yet ho could call to mind noth ling further to say Ills story had been tho conclusion reached She too had spoken and he knew she would never spear differently Bewildered and unable to adjust his new and strange feelings It dawned upon him ho had never understood himself and her that he had never really known what love was and ho stood abashed confronted by his own Ignorance Pas lion caoJQC fancYhp had seen dentil i In their shallows but now looked downii and discerned the pebbly bottom All this und much more surged through his brain as he made his way through the crowd and entering the corridor of the hotel took formal leave of the young girl nt the stairway Good night Miss Cnrow he said gravely Good night she replied And then on the steps she turned and looked down at him extending her hand Thank you That halt timid low thank ou1 he know was nil ho would ever receive from her Ho hardly felt the hand clasp He was hardly conscious when she turned awayTo Continu- edCloverport Planing Mill GREGORY a CO Prop LUMBERDOORS DOORSSASH BLINDS DOOR AND WINDOW SCREENS t SHINGLESLATHS LATHSLIME BRICK CEMENT ROOFING ETC 1 J L MOORMAN DENTISTOffice 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 I If wolinnke7y6ur unit this fall you J can depend onAiCORRECTNESS OP r EXCELLENCE OP j INC RELTA1JILITV OF FAIHUC ti J H Hunsche I With Casper May Co Cannelton Ind i ifhe Breckenridge News I WEDNESDAY APRIL 13 1004 BIG CUT IN PIANO AND ORGAN PRICES Kimball Company Inaugurate Big Sale Account Store Altera lions and to Clear Out Last Seasons Case Styles ENTIRE STOCK AT ONE FOURTII TO ONEHALF OFF Best Makes to Choose FromKim ball Hallet Davis Whitney Bramuller Hinze Dun bar and Other Pianos GREATEST MONEYSAVING OPPORTUNITY EVER OFFERED Easy Payments Offered to All Sale Begins Monday April II Continues Only Twelve Days Those who may be contemplating the purchase of a pionn organ or piano player will have an opportun ity in the next twelve days to supply home and family with a good instru ment ah a very decided niorioysaving price The reason for thIs reat cut in the price of our entire stock is simply this Carpenters painters and decorators will take possession of our warerooms about May 1 where extensive alterations are to be made which will necessitate the cleaning out of a large portion of our stock not only to make room for the workmen but to get it out of the rubbish and dust arising from the work which is ruinous to the highly polished surfaces of pianos Then too we have quite a number of new pianos in various good makes in last seasons case designs that we not only desire but will close out if a deep out in the price will move themand we know it will for they are very desirable pianos in every way slight changes in the carving of some of the later designs having been madeBut in order to free our floors of a large portion of the instruments for the alteration of the store the entire stock is offered at 25 to GO per cent off of regular established retail pricesEvery instrument will be tagged and marked in plain figures both as to the regular retail prices and the greatly reduced sale prices one price no deviation a school girl can pur chase as intelligently as any person- as the price tags will plainly slow the price concessions We cannot quote any prices here and to appreciate the great money saving opportunity an early call of in beIheveI quickly However as an illustration of bar gains in good pianos and organs we offer the following Five plain cased upright pianos dependable in every way former re tail price 200 250 and 275 to close at 127 147 to 103 Terms 10 to 25 cash t5 to 10 monthly or cash Nine parlor size uprights various standard made pianos in exceptionally pretty carved cases in oak ma hogany and figured walnut former prices 300 325 and 350 to close at 108 227 to 237 Terms 15 to 30 cash and U tc 10 per month or cash Numerous highest ulass pianos that retail regularly for 375 100 425 and 150 to close at 243 207 287 to 208 Terms 15 to 25 cash and 8 to 10 per month or cash All others at proportionate dis counts We have some exceptional bargains in used upright pianos and square pianos ranging in price from 25 to 150Organs organs organst Fifty organs to close out at less than half value on easy mOll thly payments Used high top organs in splendid con dition as good as new to close 27 to 55Fine new organs worth 75 10 110 to 135 to close at 47 5IJ 07 to 7- 3terms 5 to 10 cash and 3 to 5 monthly or cash Attend the sale early to secure the best choice These bargains will go quickly W W Kimball Co Incorporated C M Bryant Local Mgr 233 St Ann St- Owensboro Ky RAYMOND Miss Bettie Mercer is on the sick list Miss Myrtle Philpot is on the siok let Born to the wI fe of Wash Black April 1 a girl June Bah m was the guest of 0 Jf i Avitt Sunday Wash Cashman of near Union Star WitS the guest of his parents- E H English tilled his appointment here Saturday and Sunday Tom Beard of Hardinsburc visit ad Mrs Alex Henrtry Saturday Mrs Leon Cashman and daughter Mrs Maok Robbins and granason ittle Andrew Cashman were the guests of Mrs G W Cashman Tuesday Robbed the Grave A startling incident is narrated by John Oliver of Philadelphia as 10- 1oweI was in an awful condition ily skin was almost yellow eyes nnnen tongue coated pain continually in bAck and sides no appetite growing weaker day bv day Three physicians had given me up Then I was advised to use Electric Sitters to my great joy the first bottle made a decided improvement I continued their use for three weeks and am now a well man I know they obbed the grave of another victim No one should fail to try them Only i0 cents guaranteed at ShortcC Haynes drug store L PATESVILLE Mrs Ollie Lynch is on the sick list Dr J 11t Milner was in Clover port Wednesday on business Roy Sapp and sister Miss Ethie of Dunes were lin town Friday W 0 Blame of Luxora Ark was in the city one day last week on busi ness Messrs Walter and Oscar Powers of Goering spent Saturday and Sunday in townMr Mrs Lon Morton of Rock vale spent Tuesday with her brother Wm Gist Aunt Mollie Simon ton who has been very ill for the past few weeks is improving Mr and Mrs W H Lynch of near Mattiagly spent Saturday and Sunday In town with relatives I Misses Anna and Sallie Baker spent Saturday afternoon with Misses Mollie and Nellie Farwer Rev Oldham tilled his regular ap pointment at the Baptist church Sat urday afternoon and Sunday Miss Rena Pulliaui and L E Mar ris of near Weber attended services at the Baptist church Sunday Miss Rena Howard and Ivory Pow ers of near Go ringvattended services at the Baptist church Sunday Mrs Ransom Hatfield and daugh tAr Mrs Pete Crowe of near Lyonia were in town Friday afternoon shop pingMr and Mrs Mark Clarke of near Wliitesville spent Saturday and Sun tiny the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs S J Baker Mr and Mrs Finley Burnet and little son Estell of Dukes spent Saturday and Sunday with her par ents Mr and Mrs Eaf Hattiold- Elded Hale of near this place who line been confined to his room for several weeks on account of measles was in town Saturday it being his first trip since his recovery Are You a Dyspeptic If you are a dyspeptic you owe it to yourself and your friends to get well Dyspepsia annoys the dyspeptics friends because his disease sours his disposition as well as his stomach Kodol Dyspepsia pure will not only cure dyspepsia indigestion and sour stomach but this palatable recon structive tonic digestant strengthens the whole digestive apparatus and sweetens the life as well as the stomach When you take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure the food you eat is enjoyed It is digested assimilated and its nutrient propriated by the blood and tissues Health is the result Sold by All Druggist CHENAULT Mrs Hayden is improving slowly Mrs J C Brodie who has been very ill is improving J R Bennett will move back to Meade county in the near future Martin Wagnert of Lick Run spent last Tuesday with his brother George J W Fymire has returned from Louisville where he spent several daysMr and Mrs A Bennett have pur chased a new piano for their little daughter sq o eoo ooss Why Should a Merchant l Use Good Stationery ances the value of your statements creates a higher mestm B pV C A tJLion in the mind of your constituency of your business ability goes far toward the making of an estimable reputation which is a valuable thing in businessyou know Every merchant whethordoing a largo or small volume of business should use good stationery However some merchants do not give the matter of stationery any consideration whatever they simply trod on the wellworn paths of the past decades seemingly caring not whether they got the full value of their investmest Go uyorto desk and see if you have a supply of good stationery stationery that would reflect credit upon your judgement of what is the best for this part of your business If you find you havent this sort of stationorysit down and write us for samples and prices of our work Wo feel that we can safely state that you would be pleased with them because nearly 30 years of exper ience in the printing business has given us a knowledge of what superior stationery is and how it should bo made which wo employ at till times Because wo make good stationery wo dont charge more for it than is actually necessary Modern printing facilities and systematic management enable us to execute a high quality of vork at a reasonable price t THE BRECKENRIDGI3NEWSCloverport i i r t L fe i I I t On Silver Plate can only be determined after long years of actual service unless you purchase ware bearing a well known trademark Iorover halfa century Spoons Forks etc stamped t Have been in use and srtveu perfect satisfaction They are sold by leading dealers catalogueNo6the makersINTERNATIONAL INTERNATIONALSILVER Meriden CoaL o Z i Mrs A Bennett Is in Louisville I trimming pattern tints and buying spring goods Mrs Barney Gillilnnd of Frvinire will teach music at this place this spring land summer I Mr and Mrs T D Brodie left Sunday for Jiuithersville whore they Iwill make their homo Abe Bennett has had several thous and hoops shaved for n M Smiths iflat boat to take South aMr Bryan of Uwensboro has been 5 visiting his sister Mrs James Jarboe g and other relatives here i CASTORIAI iFor Infants and Children 8The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tho 71Slgnatureof The New Game Law Senate bill No 248 prohibiting the sale of game is of interest to all hunt I ers and the citizens of the county as well It is as follows- It Ishall be unlawful In the State of Kentucky at any time to buy sell expose for sale offer for sale or have in possession for the purpose of bartering or selling any wild turkeys pheasants grouse partridge or quail which have been Killed within this stateThat it shall be unlawful for any person corporation or common carrier to reoieve for transportation or to transport or cause to be transported or to have In possession with the in tent to transport or to secure tne transportation of within or without this state any of the birds or fowls enttonei in Section 1 of this net which have been killed within this state provided however that it shall not be unlawful for such person cor poration or common carrier to transport n hunter with his game lawfully Gilled by him within this state Each bird or fowl so bought sold ifered for sale had in possession for sale or transportation received for transportation or transported contrary to the provisions of this act shall constitute n separate offense Whoever violates any provisions of this not shall be fined not less than 10 nor more ulna 25 for n first offense and not less than 25 nor more than 50 for any subsequent offense Best Cough Medicine for Children When you buy a 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 that is pleasant to take Chamber lains Cough Remedy meets nil of these conditions There is nothing as good fir tho conchs nUll colas inci dent to childhood It is nlro n certain preventive and cure for croup and there is no danger whatever trom whooping cough when it is given It has been used in many epidemics of that disease with perfect success Fur sale by Short x Haynes Chance to Hear Everett The fnrmes of this and adjoining counties have an excellent opportunity to hear an address by J A Everett national president of the American Society of Equity in which so ninny of them are interested Mr Everett will speak in the courthouse ntf Dixon Webster county April 10 at Hender son April 20 and Owensboro April 22 As every member of the American Society of Equity knows Mr Everett is a fluent orator thoroughly up to late on all subjects that are vital to the masses today and especially on vital matters pertaining and closely related to the Society of Equity Everyone ia invited to come and hear Mr Everett especially farmers and tobacco growers Those members of the Society who have read his great book The Third Power or Farmers to the Front to know that it IB worth oing miles to learn from the authors own lips something of what he has Already written 0 1N0 Bank of 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 M Kincheloe D S iInsured against loss by RichardsoniiInterest paid on time + +4 ++ 4+ +++++ NNN +N N n The Breckinridge Bank Cloverport Ky Capital Stock 45100 Surplus 7000 Incorporated Organized in 1872 Iw II now mR President A 13 SKILLMAN Cashier DR p L LIGHTFOOT VPres CIIAS B SKILLMAN Asst Cashier Accounts of Firms Individuals and Corporations solicited Any business entrusted to us will receive prompt and careful attention Storage place for packages in our fireproof vault furnished our customers free NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS Interest paid on time deposi- tsfrfffeffNalffefffffefNffRBfsffeNeNfefffees ss- s First State BanksiIRVINGTON KY 1 W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VicePresident II H KEMPER Cashier j j iAccounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited M j Interest Paid on Time Deposits 0 as eef a eftDe eN tN sesesN efN eseN Nt+ A =C 1nTHE + Fifth Avenue HOTELM fri Louisville Ky H PIKE CAMPBELL Mgrill IU eesesN NI ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD CALIFORNIA returnrLino running through Personally Conducted Ex cursion Sleepers Louisville CALIFORNIA MEXICO ARIZONA and TEXAS m The most centrally located and only 1 firstclass hotel In the city making t200 rate Only one block from the principal shopping district and two blocks from iho principal theatres cars pass the door to all parts of the city- Everything tneat and clean f e eN N ese Nes i I Very cheap one way rates to and the NORTH WEST Dolly to April 30 J 2r g = Only = It to SEW It a i Street Special Low One Way andIIRound trip Rates In to the Southwest on month and Third Tuesdays In eRchii iBEST LINE TO HOT SPRINGS ARK = For Folders and Descriptive Matter of California New OrUtins Circulars descriptive eof Lands In the South and through tickets apply to nearest railroad agent or- S address i Kyisess 4 + G +++ + + + 94 ++ i iiDAN BROOKS CO i i COMMISSION LIVE STOCKTflERCHANTS i i CENTRAL STOCK YARDS LOUISVILLE KY i 0 e a HORSES and MULES TO SELL If you want to buy a good 1Torso or a good Mule I believe you can do no better than to buy one of me because when I sell an animal it is H good one in every sense1 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 Vic Robertson HARDINSBURG KY At My Livery and Feed Stable I Fountain Pens For Sale Cheap J D Babbage REMEDY THIS CATARR IB RFLYSGIVEResrgqcUgcolD SatIsfactIon fEvtRu Elys Cream Balm o OM Filitl at Once s It cleanses soothes pMeasedFEVERdrivesIn the lead iulfkly It IIs absorbed Healand Protects the Memtraiu1 Restores tIi Senses of Taste and Smell Full size DOt u mnt1ELk 8RECKENRIDGE NEWSJ- NO D and V G BABBAGE Editors and Proprietor Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year o 1125 if paid at the end of year GAUDS OKTHANICS over fivo lines charged c or at tho rate of 10 rents jwr line OBITUARIES charged for at tho rato of 5 Cants per line Money In advance h = I Examlnn the label on your paper It It Is not correct please notify us C ===Whon ordering a change In tho add I subscribers should give their old as wollosII the now address EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY APRIL 13 1001 The Old Sweet Pastures JIYou that have a world o money nows thottime you want to bo lathe meadows sweet as honey whore tho birds are flyln free Want to leave the city mansion for the simple country ranch Where some barefoot fellers wadln In the rlpuleso the branch II In the city life is money but youd change your golden state FOr n Joveslmc to your honoy by a honeysuckle rate Glve your stormy citytowers for the donr old country runoli For a day off with the flowers wadln In rippled branch I Atlanta ConstitutionII Cooperation not Legislutlont should be the farmers watchwordt If the tobacco trust would only corner i the darK weed wed say Amen Dont dump your troubles on the i other fellow He has plenty of his ownMr Bryan cant object to Parker Gorman and the others more than the people object to him Thats one consolation at least 11Russianthat there will be no fighting of importance before September Maybe its n new kind of graftIThe best man is often the man who has the fewest kicKs coming against him Taking this as a good sIgnr Parker is the man of the hour nnd thes people First of all a man should always consider how much more he has thnnii he wants and secondly how muchII more unhappy he might he than he really is p- Its all owing to how tne trusts strike us whether we like em or not If we had a few thousand pounds of Burley right now we woulJ unload it on them i Bryan says that Parker is not availII able His view is certainly not a nearsighted one thc self loynlVetern lier1 state in his own opinion Four thousand pounds of Burley tobacco on in these times is no Burden to the man who has it but Burden of Jollys Station is carrying it and smiling all over under it Hes not damning the trusts for raising the in price either Theres a new job on hands for the Agricultural Department but we n doubt if they will tackle ittell the = farmer how to dispose of his stuff at a profitable price after they have told him now to raise it It would only complete the job areThe Democratic papers making 1 slow progress naif of them dont know who they are really for and appear toE be against all of them Most of the Republican papers are for one man and that man is Roosevelt Money talks and so do newspapers in presitdential campaIgnstIf Avery road in Breckeuridge coun ty was n good road every farm in the county would be enhanced in value SO per cent and in some parts 100 per cent In Warren county this state where they have a road tax of 40 cents on the 100 worth of proper ty land sold the other day for 00 per acre which ten years ago was sold for 12 per acre Every farmer in that county is a goal roads men andlJasB the tax is not i burden I Boss Milt cams home to resign his office of pcorhouse commissioner and r incidentally to bole after his fences He told the Fiscal court what to do and they did it like little men He had his men all picked out and they all went In Dont suppose anybodys kicking except the fellows who were left for they ure all good men bnt we just mention the fact to show how completely Boss Mitt has his business in hand I Within the next month a petition signed by hundreds of prominent city c tokpardon of former bank President J M McKnight now confined for a six years term in the Atlanta penitentiary J on the cliargo of Defrauding J the German National Bank says theI Louisville Herald This is one Instance- swhere returning good for evil is a mistake If it had been a highway nan robber he would have been given a longer sentence and no one would pardonrsuch ecoundels as McKnight is an injustice to the good common people of the country Last week was the most eventful in the Louisville tobacco market in years A higher range of prices for is low and medium grade Burley tobacco than troy time during the past seventeen yours was shown It was the gen ral opinion in Louisville Satur day that the Continental Tobacco Co has cornered the market on Burley as during thp preceding ten das i ts agents had purchased millions of pounds at prices that would ordinarily seem ex orbitant As the independent com panics are making efforts to obtain suitable for their purposes at almost any price it is apparent that iis they are uneasy and the trust con trays the situation The corner last week advanced Burley prices from 3 1 to 5 per hundred Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to ure deafness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an intlarned condition to the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube When tube gets inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed deafness is the result and unless the inflam matron be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed con dition of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circu freeF J Cheney R Co Toledo O Sold by Druggists 75 o Halls Family Pills are the best- S We are glad to see the Fiscal court waking up to the importance of good Squire Drurys resolution is a in the right direction What the good roads people in this county want to do is to keep hammer ing the question Its the everlastingly keeping at it that wins Have you made your guess Dont it oil too long Time will soon be up only seventeen more days A 10000 distribution in cash is not made every day You have a chance in this All youhave to do is to send 1 get the News for one year and ably shed The on a atgUesII I printed in the News some weeks ago the subject of small canneries The Journal says his suggestions am 2 similar to those of other men who see in the great wic1eawakeIIfruits nnd vegetables now the South the opportunity for Icreased wealth for the farmers inIIsouth is the greatest market in world for canned goods says the Jour al and small canneries ought to pay 1 All Humors Arc impure matters which the skin liver kidneys and other organs cannot take care of without help there is an accumulation of them They litter the whole system Pimples boils eczema and other eruptions loss of appetite that tired feeling bilious turns fits of indiges ttrQublesHoods Sarsaparilla t itheir and Pills Y i i andiiinvigorate the whole system I bad salt rheum on my bands so that could not work I took Hoods III It drove out the humor I Its use till the sores disappeared MBS Iiu O BROWN Rumford Falls Me iiHoods Sarsaparilla promises to euro and koops tho prom- isesactaa + i Cures Kidney and Bladder Troubles Deep Stated Cases Aching Back Alucuus Discharger Etc For old obstinate deepseated Kidney I Bladder and Urinary diseases take a bottle of Botanic Kidney Speci fib If you have agonizing pains in back swollen legs or abdomen dis charges from the uretha neuralgia of tho bladder burning sensation or dim culty in passing water also a frequent desire or oven involuntary discharges of the urine Catarrh of the bladder stone Brights disease disagreeable odo of the urine scanty and high colored your kidneys and bladder are Specific disappearUschnrges appear The burning sensation stops and a perfect cure is guaranteed givestrengthneys Acts directly on the uric acid und dissolves and destroys it Plea nt to the taste Especially advised for chronic cases that rosin all other treatment 1 per large bottle at my store or by express Call orjj write A R Fisher Cloverort I j KyII Picked Up I H Burden of Jolly Station has 4000 pounds of fine Burley which he prizing and will ship this week Mr Burden expects a handsomn price for it He says it was by accident that he raised this Ho run out of red seed when sowing his plant be1 last spring and had some Burley seed and just sowed them not expecting any results from thew He is rejoicing over his good luck now In the Jolly and McQuady school district In which were planted last year over 300 acres of tobacco only three crops have been sold so for it making it very hard on too farmers and merchants In that section as it is about the only source from which ready money is gotten Farmers say d they will cut th6 aecragetohalf this year JtiTwrA jA pleasant party of youngsters of Webster were in Irvington last Satur day shopping and having a good time They were W H flatfield and Miss Emma Tomer Ed Uaddie and Miss Myrtle Tomer S K Knot and Miss Daisy Chism and Mary A Chopin Frank Deane one of the big tobacco planters of the Glendeane neighbor hood says he will leave off raising the weed this year and turn his attention to corn hay cattle and hogs He had in last year 20 acres which yielded U3000 pounds and brought him f5 5 and 2 The price was all right ho said and paid him very well but he could not got croppers to take hold of it this year W R Moor man another large planter of the same neighborhood will not plant any tins year for the same reasons HE had in last year between 30 and 40 acres The now flouring mill nt Jollys station is doing a nice business con sidering the scarcity of wheat They are grinding lots of corn however vhich makes up for the loss in wheat They say everybody in that neighbor hood are using meal Mr Geo Askins is the sole proprietor having recently bought out his sons interest The man behind the plow is very much in evidence over the county Geo A Wright of McOuady began planting corn last Monday He is about the first man in the field Mrs H L Stader who has been quite sicK the past two woes is somewhat Improved f no on of It is by + ++ +0 O++e+ + + ++ +0t+ + +++ + + +++ + + + +a+e +e++ + +++ ++++++ + f To aid In your estimates wo furnish tho following e The total during May the first month of the Chicago Fair wore 1050037 The total paid during May the first month of tho Buffalo were 399430 will bo tho total during May the first month ot tho St Worlds Fair It out ore i guess at It and send In tho of your It may a to you Iho contest will closo tho day before the Fair opens so that no Is gained by delay In es i timating the result tho of your or guesses with your to write your namo and plainly fall to take advantage of the- Y Miss Mary Adkins Dead Mystic Ky April 12Special Miss Mary Adkins died Sunday und was buried in the Jolly graveyard near She a father and mother and several brothers and sisters Mother Child Die Constantine Ky April of n child of Mr and Mrs Chas Powell was soon fol by the of Powell Mrs Dead Mrs Henry Detterding one of Patesvillee known women died last week of measles Alfred BnckbeyofReynolds is visiting his brother Jas Buckbey FILL OUT IT TO US IF ESTI IS ONE A CHECK FOR oJ Came Seriously III i 1Patday morning on the 100 train yeaterjcounty W Va He the way in tho car on being unable to stand after noon he was to the home of his W H Holmes near Patesville 1 He was accompanied home from West Virginia by Wm Carroll of Floral Mr Holmes was one of the twenty three young men who went from Pates VI lie on FebrUarJ1 23 last to work in timber On March 8 he was taken with bilious lever This was followed by pneumonia fever J and sciatica The lat ter disease was caused by an accident and physicians in Fayette county told Holmes that he cannot be curedii i I Still Anot- her1REDUCTIONI And We Continue to Lead in LOP ICESjj fi j Mens 750 Suits at 5ooiSeveral of these suits went out last week and they are entirely satisfactory We get profit this special line suits only to introduce the special make of a line of made one of the largest oUAi r Babbage 8 Son1- eele eeee00ee+e010 eeN00 NNeNe e 00 Nee 0 00NlN00 +1eoee0 ONe 0000 ee 0tMOOeONeeeee0000eeeeeee0000eeeeeeeeeeNeeNOe NNe NN INN N10o I Seventeen More Days Yet of IIIIOurI Great 1500000 Contest 1 i1 The Prize is 5000 2nd 2500 3rd 1000 497 Others tliiValuable Information forming figures paid admissions i admissions PanAmerican Worlds Exposition What paid admissions Louis Figure figures guesses 0mean fortune advantage figures estimates iBend tDo figures P O iiSpecial Prizes Sample leaves and 12Spe- cialThe death lowed death Mrs Detterding best Station clothing clothing first with THE BLANK AND MAIL AND YOUR MATE THE ONLY NEAREST CORRECT YOU WILL RE CEIVE THE FIRST PRIZE Home Fayette baggage j Yesterday taken father Virginia neuralgia e001 eeN Subscription Blank Inclosed and to apply on SubscrIption Account Name Postofilco State My Estimates of the total number of paid admissions to the Worlds Fair during the month of May arc w 7II Ii 0 Breckenridge News j t ++oeeeeoeeNeoeeeooo +e +eeeNassoaspeesmoosN +eeoeaeoe0e +eoeeeett Oe00ee1e 0i+0eee1eelNNfassSNSSSS ++eNe+N +0e0e0g6oNAStibs oMAoNN4ev0i J i ornJt i I P J r It r F TottsmFOR A torpid liver deranges the whole system and produces SICK HEADACHE Dyspepsia Costiveness Rheu matism Sallow Skin and Piles There Is no better remedy for these common diseases than DR TUTTS proveTake The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY APRIL 18 1001 How many feathers on a rooster Bntterlok patterns for MnyJ D BabbageW Bowmer was at Kkillman Thursday Judge W D Holt came down from Holt Monday- Artistlo trimming of bats a specialty Judith Miller Oranges lemons and bananas at the English Kitchen Ladles Home Journal for March Go J D Babbage Mrs H A Oelze returned from Louisville Saturday New 10 cent novels by Mary JIHolmesJ D Babbagos Robt Michael of Oweusboro wasI In the city Thursday on business See S H McCracken before you purchase your paints and save money April Everbodys magazine chuck full of good reading looJ D Habjj bage March Everybodys and Munseys magazines aro 5u eachJ D Bab bage Miss Lucy Payne of Lodibnrg was the guest of Miss Eliza Squires lustI weekPicture J frames nil kinds sizes and shapes all kinds of prices Edward GregoryMiss Hanlin of Holt was the guest of her sister Mrs J TII Skillman Sunday Mss W K Embry went to Owens boro Saturday for a abort visit to her sister MrsJ H Carson Get prices on paints from S H McCracken before you purchase else where Telephone 4111- The street in front of the Pace to bacco warehouse was graded and put in better condition last week J F Winohell and Rial Polk began work Monday on Wood Weatherholts gasoline ferryboat at Tobinsport J N Paxton Ri Co of Patesville lire shipping corn pith to the Marsden Cellulose company at Oweusboro this week 0 W Hamman moved his barber shop Friday from the rear of the Lightfoot building to the Hamman building Miss Elizabeth Skillman entertained a number of friends Saturday after noon in honor of Miss Alliene Murray of HnrdinsburgMr Wm Hanks of Stephensport who were the guests of Mr and Mrs Jno Weisenber re turned home Friday Dr F L Lightfoot returned Thurs day from St Louis where he attended the St Louis College of Physicians and Surgeons the past term Tiae Yeakel and family and Wui Stowu of Patesville went to Fnyette county W Ya Monday to work for the Cincinnati Cooperage company a Wilburn Hamman who is in the i tailoring business has changed his address from Ft Smith Ark to Ardmore I T where be has a net ter position t i r ConsumptionTheonly i tion to fear is neglected consumption People are learning that con sumption is a curable disease It is neglectedconsumption l that is so often incurable L At the faintest suspicion of consumption get a bottle of F Scotts Emulsion and begin J regular doses The use of Scotts Emulsion at once has in thousands of cases turned the balance in favor of health Neglectedconsumption does not exist where Scotts Emul sion is t Emult can be checkedII Send for free sampleISCOTT 8 1JOWNE ChemistJJ i 4094 1 j Pearl Street New York IOC and 1cbol all druggists r 4- r t Chnde Medley spent Sunday in Owe nsb ort Mrs Goo Gregory Sjr is quite ill of logrippo Geo Younger spent Sunday in Hnwesvllle Novel und attractive spring hats Judith Miller Fresh bread every day at the English Kitchen- T J Eskridge was in Owensboro Thursday on business Mrs Jas Witt spent several days In Louisville last week Latest effects in millinery new goods new liensJudith Miller Miss Pink Ricketts of Union Star wai in the city Monday Miss LAura Sattertield is takng thu school census for this district- T F Sawyer has completed tho hull of his now gasoline boat Will Roberts of West Point was the guest of B M McCarty Sunday Fine cucumber pickets only 10 cents a dozen at the English Kitchen- R U Purueson and mother have moved here from near Fordsville Strand and Frnnk Leslie magazines for March fio enchT D Babbage Jas Witt was at ohephardsville last week as a witness in a railroad case N H Qniggins returned Monday from a visit to his home ntMcDauiels Mrs Nat Tnclter who has been quite ill the past weeir is not much improved Mrs Albert Adams and children returned Sunday from a visit to Owens boroMrs Mary E Sheldon came up from Cannelton Sunday to visit rela tivesTracing paper in large sheets auRa be for pattern copying atJ D Bab bageBurnt wood frames for photos and other sizes made to order Edward GregoryMrs Chas Evans was the guest of relatives in Henderson several days last week Jeff Wells the negro who was shot several weeks ago went to Stephens port last week My special offer at 2 doz photos for 25o will soon end Have you your share W J Mattingly Try a drink of the celebrated ten perance drink senoj It is good for that tired feeling English Kitchen Going to paper this year If so let me come to your house and talk the matter over with youEdward Gre goryAU the latest fads in paper hanging I am prepared to do this season All kinds of color schemes Edward Gre gory Mrs Eliza Taylor who has been the guest of relatives for several weeks returned to her home at Custer Thursday Signs all Kinds that pave thaWto better times card cloth metal and wood signs Get my priceEd ward Gregory Dont wait let me book your order for wall paper right now today come njumpingj Hurry Hurry Hurry if you want to catch Ed btnnley Murray returned to Rock port Ind Monday after spending a week on the farm near town owned by his father Clint Murray Misses Edith and Bernice Wheeler who have been the guests of Miss Jane Hnmbleton returned Thursday to their home at Hardin Grove hid Miss Marian Bowmer entertained number of frIends Wednesday even ing in honor cf Misses Edith and Bernice Wheeler of Hardin Grove IndWhen I say I have tho swellest things in wall paper thi season I mean that I can prove it See my line and you will say so Edward Gre goryMrs Jno Wendelken and little daughter came up from Nashville Tenn Thursday to be the guests of her husbands parents Mr and Mrs Henry Wendelnen Dont think you are the only person who wllljpaper this year There are others Use you and they will all come at once I am booking orders now dont walt get a front seat next to the band wajjon Edward Gregory Will Move to Tennessee M V Marlow of PatesvIlle one of Hancock countys most substantial and bestknown citizens will move his family this month to Waverly Tenn The trip will be made overland with seven teams and wagons Mr Mar low will remain at Waverly several years this time being required to convert into staves the timber on a tract of land he has acquired there Next Saturday Mr Marlow will hold a public sale of his personal property at Patesville Sardonyx Watch Charm Miss Laura Sattertield has received a beautifnl present from California in tho form of a watch charm made of pure sardonyx stones The present was sent by her sister Mrs Lizzie I Jackson Ii H HL Newsoms COLUMN Now my friends I advise you not to read the following list if you expect to temptatiOIt 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 around andshowing you the city property Two Iforses for snlo 2000No41000No5SVONo800NoNo 9 Iot and house Third and Center 500 No 10 Lot and house Hardlns Crook 500 WONo400NuSCONoNo t3 lot nnd house Hirer street 300 300NoNo IB Lot and house Oak street 2i6 1uNo 34 Lot Wall street 2SU 200NoNo 27 Lot and house Center street ire No 28 lot ann house Center street 175 123Ncj10No 31 Lot Ed fate Fifth street 150 No 32 Lot Ed Iute corner Chostnut 75 100No34No 35 Lot near Mary Doan 75 Now lots 2 Center street 150 No37 Four acres lllshop HilL 250- NoSs Lot 1 here und Section House 175 150NoI I 800NoNo 43 Farm 52 acres on Ilkow 300 No 44 Farm 32 acres nnd house on pike 200 No 45 Woodland 115 acres 275 No4 Woodland 70 acres 300 No 47 Woodland 0s acres 400 No 48 Woodland 72 acres 375 300NoORDER BY NUMBER I also have an Austin Stone powerEclipsewill dispose of on reasonable terms Good elevator attached and all suitable appliances for milking good roads Can crush stone as fast as two men can feed it undcun bo set to crush it into dust Engine power suflicient to run a saw mill Come to 11 L Xewsom if you want Deeds Mortgages Agreements nail other writings done up literaryformpapers fore any legal tribunal He 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 greatlyreduced rates One way second class colonist tickets to South and Southeast first and third fuesdnys each mouth 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 leturn li mit Dec 151004 111351 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 com mencing April 25 limited 10 days Iron date of sale 035 Special coach excursions dates of which will be announced later limited to return 0 days from date of sale 6 00 The lust mentioned tickets will not be good in sleeping cars nor for checking baggage Sour StomachNo appetite loss of strength nervousness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour risings and catarrh of the stomach are all due to Indigestion Kodol cures Indigestion This new discovery represents the natural Juices of digestion as they exist In a healthy stomach combined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodo Dyspepsia Cure does not only cure Indigestion and dyspepsia but thus famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomach- Mr S S DillI of Ravenswood W Vt uyst I was troubled with sour stomach for twenty years miDIforKodol Digests What You Eat Bottles only tlmllthotrla1elzePrepared by E O DeWITT 00 OHIOAQO Sold by all Druggists PARKERS HAIR BALSAM hiltPromotegrowthNeverGrayhairpure fa11lJJgIOca How many feathers on a rooster L= = 0 I Writs Iii 1Wj1j1 7Advertisements Inserted under tills bead at nno cent u word par weok roil SALE cow FOR SA Ky LEA Rood young cow J S linns Foil 8A I ClmTU rCA TR FOIL SALRCortlf1cuto in Bryant Strut liusliKws Collogu Ixo iL lUnnAOK WAXTEOAOENT- WAXTEDSovorul persons of characterTT 0110IIIl vortlso old established wealthy linsinoss house of solid fiiiiuulul stnndlngI Salary gl 11111111111010IIIolllce Ilnrae nnd carrliitte furnished when necessary Heferonces Enclose selfad JJullroorn CIllCtlROKOIl SALE pHINTIXa Pressus and Cutting machines1 and one lot of good Laundry machines Also new end secondhand Otis and lasollne Knirlms MAUTIN OAIIIE 518 3rd Street Louisville ICy uu RKKsCturlj JI I WlimVOUTH Ilnrdlmihurp Ky poUsALKUarred Plymouth Itock Eggs l IlIrIorder will pleano you Address Mrs 7 1 Cox Ekron Kv WANTKDFAHM HAN- I7ANTEDA married mUll with u small family to work on rurlllIIJ lllrln loblusport had uonWANTED WAXTEIJYoulI t man or women us local I MaKnlneIFOIl RENT FAIIM Fun KENTThe farm of Mrs Eliza S Addlson Ky For terms etc ud ilress with reference John Barks 54 West Jefferson street Louisville Ky FlvoPound DumbDoll Exercises A new and valuable boot No 1 of Foxs Athletic Library hus just been Issued It Is ProC Attllas Fivepound Dumbbell Exer cises Invented by the famous trainer of Sandow It Is finely Illustrated with explan story halftone plates for which Attlhi posed n wellknown athlete It will prove an In valuabie book to tho student of physical culture in view of the foci that no elaborate up paratus is necessary The cover scheme Is novel and striking and very handsome The price Is ten cents postage two rents extra Other hooks now in press cue No 2 Ihysl cal Culture by Means of Muscular Keslstanco and llreathtng nnd 03 Tho Science of Hasebill by John J McGraw manager captain uC the New York National Baseball terms To Take Ilarpoles Place Air and Mrs Chas Keil nre ex pected in the city the later part of the week from Sieg field Pa Mr Keil is to accept the position of assistant foreman ak the L H St L shops in tills city left vacant by the re signation of Joe Harpole Mr Keil has had charge of n cement plant in Pennsylvania He married Miss Elizabeth Hambleton of this city last yeur Opens Recruiting Station i Hnrdinsburg Ky April 12Hpe- ciaI Sergeant Barn of the n S Army has opened a recruiting office here ftHe will remain until April JO The Century In Nome A letter just received hy the Cen tury Co from a Nome Alaska dealer states that up in faraway icebound Nome his sales of The Century last summer averaged fifty copies a month Ho is sure he writes that he will increase thes sales materially another year in spite of the many difficulties he and his customers must overcome to seqnre good reading That there are at least fifty families in Nome out off entirely from the world six months of the year who cure enough for a magazine of The Centurys ranlt to nihue the sacrifices necessary to secure it will give most persons a new Idea of the people of that distant frigid town Mr and Mrs M L Christian went to Clinton Iowa last week to reside Mr and Mrs Roy Crawford will go to Clinton this week Louisville Live Stock Market Ilcnortcd by Dun Brooks k Co Central Stock Yards Louisville April lICaltleArri- als were fairly liberal and with an active demand for all the best offerings the pens were cleared early values rul ing steady to 10 cents higher on all the best butcher selections as well as choice grades of stockers and feeders com mon butcher stock and light trashy stockers and feeders show no material changes Bulls canners fresh cows springersunchanged The market for prime shipping steers continues firm all the offerings going at quotations Prospects steady for leuiaiuder of the weekCalvesThe market rules slow best vaals 450 to 525 common and heavy veals f3 to 4HogsThe market was lightly sup plied and values ruled generally 10 to 15 cents higher and with an active de mand prevailing the offerings were quickly absorbed at the following prices Choice cornfed hogs 165 pounds and up f525 light Yorkers 5 heavy pigs 1465 roughs 4 to fj65 light pigs 1425 Prospects steady beinglightlyfat sheep and butcher lambs were ready sale at strong market values Pros pects steady Married at Cannelton Bertrand Beavin and Miss Lizzie Rickett and Walter Graham and Miss Mary Gibson went to Cannelton on the Cloverport accommodation train Sunday morning and wore married by Justice Robinson They returned on the afternoon train to this city where they will reside ytt 4M 3 1IJW GETTING READYI I For House Cleaning H Will You Want a New Carpet Matting Oil Cloth Rugs Lace Curtains Window Shades Scrim or Swiss for Curtains Cur I tain Poles and nice BricabracI Let Us Supply Your NeedsII IJMASONIC TEMPL- ECLOVERPORT KY fIItIJI Cdick Milling COIGRANDVIEW IND ==PAINTSf ij l lvWhite Lead 5 l2cts per lb i Linseed Oil Jets per gal tMixed Paints 65c to SI per gal 1 v Roof Paints 25c to 50c per gal r u Mail Orders SolicitedI yy- S y- g H j H McCracken t j T Phone 413 Cloverport Ky A v Gasolinefor News Office H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law- IIARDINSBURO KY Will practice his profession In all or the Courts or Breckenridge and IIdJolnlll1 coun ties Special iittetttlon given to collecting road cases and criminal prmtlco License to practice In United States District Courts Ofllco over Hank A Hiirdlnsburi JJIH1 JOHNSON Stands a Fine Robinson SnowFlake JACK At his farm 3 miles from Holts Bottom Also a Bay Stallion at the above place 5 EACH Will insure a living Colt JAS H JOHNSON Farm Near Holts Bottom Hawks Did Not Appear Hardinsburg Ky Auril12Speo- la1 jOn account of illness A W Hawks the famous lecturer did not appear at tho City Hall on Saturday evening as advertised The Lyceum will have some one to supply his place here next Month eAS r0aIABears the Tfc8 KlnI You Hare AIwals WSignature IDf THE QUESTION OF PURITYin baking would be wrong indeed This question decides itself when Cadicks Gold Dust Flour is used Our carefulness in milling the Longberry Red Wheat used in making Cadacks Gold Dust Flour makes care fulness on your part unnecessary Get it from your Grocer Water Boy Water Boy will stand tho pres ent season at Joe Kings place and willserve minus IIL 450 to insure colt C are taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should anyoccur Water Boy is a beautiful Iron Gray 14 hands high and 9 years old lIe is a sure foal getter and quick to cover Tom 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 t ST LOUIS ROUNDTRIP RATES FROM LOUISVILLE ON ACCOUNT OP TilE WORLDS FAIRJ SEASON TICKETS 1300 Sold Daily Commencing April 25 Limit December 15 1904 SIXTY DAY TICKETS + 1100 Sold Daily Commencing April 25 LimitGO days TEX DAY TICKETS1000S- old Daily Commencing April 25 Limit10 days including ate of sale SPECIAL COACH Excxs 700 Dates Sale to be announced lator LimUC days including date of sale FOR COMFORTFOR SERVICE IF YOUR TICKET READS OVER TUB POPULAR HENDERSON ROUTE YOU ARE CERTAINLY WELL FORTIFIED ASK US AIttEAJtLLOUISVILLE KY The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY APRIL 18 1004 UPTODATE OUTING DRESS The American Girls Outing Dress Importance of a Good Sklrt Tile New Sweaters Fashlons In Riding Habits BY CHRISTINB TKRHUNB HERRICK Author ot Cradle and Nursery First Aid to tholYounff Housokfopor Houso keeping Made Eusy What to Eat In City Tents Etc Copyright IIJ04 by Christine Terhune Herrick The American woman has evolved an outing costume that is far ahead of that worn hy the women of any other nation The English woman is devoted to sport but in the joy of this she Is so heedless of hr appearance that her dress is usually n synonym for dowd Iness The Frenchwoman cares comparatively little fir out door sports but she indulges in them because one must keep up with the times Use fulness of costume for such occasions she sacrifices to beauty and sets out to play golf and tennis in hiKh heeled shoes and unsuitable garb But the American girl goes at hur outdoor pursuits in a business like manner wnioh makes sensible dress necessary and to this adds n touch of charm that gives her costume a style of its ownThere are very few lines of athletlo exercise and wholesome sport that are closed to the gill and woman of today She onnnot afford a suit tor each one of those and she must generally com promise on something that will serve for all or nearly all of them The main part of the costume is the skirt Time was when a titled waist Iwl lo be made to go with this but even in horse bnok riding now it IB permissible to wear a shirt waist and the chief attention can be expended upon the skirtIf the girl is rational she will econ omise in some other ways and co to a good tnilor in search of the sKirt The perfection of this will make or mar her appearance and it is a mistake to save here in order to spend somewhere elseLet us consider in the tirst place what Kind of sports tho girl is likely to follow She will bicycle of course Some other out door occupations she might not have the opportunity to attempt but her wheel is something she mn tied a oluuioa to use almost anywhere So tho first thing to con eider about the skirt Is how it will answer in bicycling There was a story going the rounds in the days outdoor life mid roughing for young women were just becoming popular of a girl who went to her dressmaker to Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dis courages and lessens ambition beauty vigor I = tand cheerfulness soon tf1 1 disappear when the kid neys are out of order lordiseased Kidney trouble has become so prevalent that it Is not uncommon i borni1 lVpiT neys If the child urln ates too often If the urine scalds the flesh or if when the child reaches an age when It should be able to control the passage It is yet afflicted with bedwetting depend upon It the cause of the difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment of unpleasanttroublekidneys and bladder and not to a habit as supposeWomen men are made mis erable with kidney and bladder trouble remedyTheSwampRoot Is soon realized It Is sold by druggists In mlYIVcent and one dollar gt sizes You may have a S sample bottle by mall free also pamphlet tell tome of sramprtoot ing all about It including many of thgj sands of testimonial letters from sufferars cured In writing Dr theII Co Binghamton N Y be sure mcracn this paper- Dnntmnkcany mistake hut remombor tho SwampIlrtfiton urery bottle A J e d The Mammoth and the Mosijulto What has come to pass in thousands of years seems hardly credible Primitive man a weakling in comparison to modern ma was able to conquer the huge mon sters of thousands of years ago such as the Mammoth and today they are dead forever yet the mosquito and fly have neverbeen conquered It is now time for the scientist to devise methods for kill ing the mosquito and fly so that they will go to join the mammoth and the monster lizards The mosquitoes and flies are dan gerous enemies of man because they spread contagion The mosquito often carries the germ of malaria with his bite The house fly spreads germs of disease over our food These bacterial germs ever hunting for the weak spot find a place in our blood and then we suffer from grip catarrh con sumption or malaria Dr R V Piercer chief consulting pltfsi- clan to the Invalids Hotel and Surgical Institute at Buffalo N Y says There would be no grip epidemics the germs of consumption or malaria would find no place in the human economy if the blood were pure if the lungs heart and other organs were fed on good blood Poisons should not be allowed to accumulate In the body to be safest is best to take a gentle laxative at least once a week Such a vegetable laxative as Dr Tierces Pleasant Pellets contains nothing which could harm the system For putting the blood in order and as a tissuebuilder and tonic for those weakened by coughs colds catarrh grip nothing will build one up quicker than Dr Tierces Golden Medical Discovery This is a med icine made entirely of roots and herbs without the use of alcohol Dr Pierces Medical Adviser is sent free on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing only Send si onecent stamps for paper covered or 31 stamps for cloth binding to Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y I give her Summer orders and insisted upon having at least one costume that would look well against a rock The girl of today when fitting up her outing garments must choose a skirt that will lOOK well ona wheel Such a skirt is made unlined of one of the heavy materials that will hang properly without the aid of stiffening ol any sort There are several such fabrics Not so many double faced goods are used as there were a season or so ago but the stuffs are no less attractive The length of the skirt is an important item especially if it is to be used for something besides cy cling As a general rule it is out to come about four inches from the ground The round skirt which was worn a good deal a few years ago has given way to the seven gored skirt with an inverted plait at the back and especial attention must be paid to the lit over the hips In fact the cut of the skirt must be most carefully su perintended A blunder in this will make the skirt hang awry and a droop Iin one part more than another will spoil the whole ettect of the garment Such a skirt as this if properly made will serve lor a variety of other uses besides wheeling It can be worn at golf at tennis or at basketball It is a little short for ordinary street wear xcept in very rainy weather but it is just what one wants for long rough walks or for boating It is really very little less incommoding than the bloomers or knickerbockers Iin which the Frenchwomen take their spins in the Bois and far less trouble than the overlong English skirts Even the Americans wear their out ing skirts longer than they used to do but they are still short enough to be comfortable on a wheel or the links or the tennis court With the short sKirt is worn the universal shirtwaist The material of tins is generally a matter of choice but for active sports there is nothing better than a light ilannnl which permits of ventilation and is yet warm The closely woven linen waists are not the best although the cotton cheviots which are loose and still thick answer almost as well as the flannel With either one of these it is necessary to have some warm outer garment to throw on when one is overheated and for this there is nothing tetter than the sweater Concerning the sweater one could say many things and all of them laud atory Gone are the days when it meant an ugly sort of shirt that n women could only put on by pulling it over her head thereby ruining her coiffure and making it necessary lor her to do her hair over again Now the sweater goes on like a packet and the only ugly thing about it is its name It comes in both light and heavy weights and in all colours It is knit by hOll or made by machine and although the former is the swell and expensive thing to have one is quite as comfortable in a sweater that is the product of machinery The sweater 6f either kind comes with a collar or without with sleeves or muchIless useful than the former The girl who has a sweater of any kind is in luck Her jacKet might bo injured by crushing Her sweater she may tie in n hard knot if she will and It IB none the worse or what is moro like ly she can roll it into a tight little bundle fasten it to the handle bars of her wheel and ride herself into a drenching perspiration with the calm knowledge that when she comes to the end of her run she has a little friend u to keep herfrom catching cold The sweater may not be very becoming to the over stout figure but to the slen der or medium size form it moulds itself most pleasingly and is good as well as pretty Th march of progress in attrac tiveness has not passed by the outing hat Time was when the only thing to wear for wheeling for ton nia or for anything else of the sort was a sailor hat This was a hard headpiece that almost always induced a hehdache sooner or latter As it was usually worn the sailor hat failed to shade tho eyes and was an uncomfortable thing altogether Some women wore boys caps or knockabint hats us a substitute for the sailor but of late years there have arisen outing hats that are charming as well as easy Soft felts bamboo and Manila straws that can be bent anyway so that they will not take the wind to3 much in riding a wheel or boating or fail to protect the eyis in tennis or golf are made in such becoming shapes that almost they per suade the nonathletic girl to plunge into athletic sports at once Such a hat is an indispensable part of tho outing girls equipment Thus far mention luu been made of the dress that would be used in bicy cHug anti in games When ono comes to horseback riding there must be something different Even here com mon sense has made its way and again the American woman may claim cred it for it No longer need one ride in a stiff fitted waist to match the habit skirt Such waists used to be worn regardless to the temperature and made in hot weather penance more than a pleasure Now the shirtwaist may be worn on the horse as much as on the wheel English women have followed the example of Americans in this respect and the old basque waist and the high hat have disappeared together except tor stately occasions Even in the Park smart looking wo men may be seen riding horseback in skirt waists and soft outing hats Also they may be seen wearing di vided skirts and riding astride Not so much in New York perhaps M anywhere else although even in New York the new fashion finds adherents But Boston the conservative com mends riding astride aa well as Chica go the radical All over the country the fashion is increasing and with it will come a big change in the riding habit Even where the side saddle is still used the skirt is only long enough to cover the feel well and is a great contrast to the old sweeping skirt The divided skirt must oe made with great pains and here again the good tailor is an essential If the skirt is not right it is likely to be a horror and Iit is almost better for n woman to refrain from riding alto gether than to go in a skirt so poorly made that she botn lOOKS and feels un sightlyThere is no fear that the taste for athletics is by way of rendering women careless of the daintiness of their appearance Because they dress in a fashion that makes delicate arrange ments of chiffon and tulle out of place they have not renounced pomps and neokIgear especial thtir outdoor occupations and the tailor made girl who goes in for ath letics of sorts is as fussy about her stocks and her collars and her ties as ever was her mother over jabots and Jace Tho girl who rides a wheel or plays golf or tennis has offered to her serviceable wash stomas the Ascot be- Ing the favourite as a rule These are made in plain and figured materi als in white or colours The linen collar which went almost entirely out of use for it while is in again but now it Is usually in the form of a little turn over embroidered or plain With this is worn a silk or ribbon stock All that IS demanded of the neckgear is that it Mould be simple and serviceable as well as becoming The cost of the stonks and collars and turnovers may bo great or small as the girls purso permits and her taste inclines But she can looic as well in an inexpensive stock anti in the highest priced coinfectlon of a fash ionable haberdasher B t How many feathers on u rooster to v ro piIJiiiIiJYJ14 JrlLLlll I A Notable Young WomanM- iss EMMA WELLER who Is Sec retary of the Young Peoples Christ- Ian Association at 1818 fladlson Ave New York City Your Favorite Prescription is a boon to sick and tired women for it cures them whenl other medicines fail I know whereof I speak for I have had experience with it For four teen months I had constan- headaches seemed too weak to perform my daily duties and when the day was over I was too tired to sleep well I suf fered from nervousness and indigestion and everything I ate distressed me Doctored with different physicians but received no relief After reading one of your books I decided to give your Favorite Pre scription a trial Am very glad I did for I found it was just what I wanted I commenced to improve at once and kept getting better until after seven weeks I was entirely cured I have remained in per Money in Sheep Every little while we come across accounts of men wno is a small way have made splendid money out of sheep One of the latest is that an Iowa man bought some Cotswold ewes two years ago at 3 per head He kpt them until they raised twp crops of lambs for him and sold them for 425 apiece The first year their fleeces averaged lly pounds the second year 12 One of the lambs brongh 5CO per 100 pounds the other 550 All the owner did to fatten was to give them corn husk and timothy hay and Jet them run in the yards where he was fattening cattle They picked up corn enough for themselves around the troughs Cures Blood Poison Cancer Ulcers Eczema Carbuncles Etc Medicine Free Robert Ward Maxeys Ga says I suffered from blood poison my head face and shoulders were one mass of corruption aches in bones and joints burning itching scabby skin was all run down aqd discourag 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 sore on back of head supperating swelling on neck eating ulcer on leg bone pains itching skin cured perfectly by Botanic Blood Balm pores 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 see end or third stage Druggists L To prove it cures sanple of Blood Balm sent tree and prepaid by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga De scribe trouble and free medical advice sent in sealed letter Many Carloads of Exhibits I The office of the Kentucky Worlds Fair Exhibit Association which was transferred last week to St Louis was opened Thursday by Secretary R E Hughes and his assistant and stenographer 0 F Dunn who went to tit Louis over the Southern railroad The next meeting of tho commis sioners will bo held in the Kentucky building on April HO when all exhib its will be in position to be formally opened About twentylive car loads of material for exhibition have been sent over and the last of the effects of tho association will be transferred this week in a ear loaded with carpet drapery and otlmr household roods for Kentuckys home OA OnXABears theThe Kind You Have Always Bought Blgnatnie 1ft 1 i feet health ever since and remain a firm friend of your 1 Favorite Prescription Yours very truly Miss EMMA WELLER from Idler lo Dr Pierce 0 The woman who suf fers from weakness and disease of the distinctly feminine organs whether she realizes it or not is being slowly but surely tortured to death She suffers almost continu ally with sick headache She has pains in the back what she calls stitches In the side andshooting pains ev where She experiences draggingdown becomes weak nervous and despondent If she consults the average phy sician there is not one chance in ten that he will hit upon the real cause of her trouble He will attribute her bad feelings to stomach liver heart or nervous trouble A woman in this condition should consult some eminent and skilful specialist who has had a wide R experience Dr R V Pierce for thirty years chief consulting phvsi cian to the Invalids Hotel and Sur gical Institute at Buffalo N Y has with the assistance of a staff of able physicians prescribed for many thou sands of women lIe used most frequently a wonderful medicine for ailing women which he afterward put up in ready to use form and called it Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription It has stood the test for thirty years It acts directly on the delicate and important organs con cerned in wifehood aud motherhood making them strong and well It allays inflammation heals ulceration buildstup nerves nervous women into healthy happy wives and mothers 0III was an invalid for over a year with change of life writes Mrs C Smith of Orr Cascade Co I bloatttHad pains across the pit of my stomach and such extreme weakness I could hard ly walk I took one bottle of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery and five of hisI Favorite Prescription and am entirely well crcrywithfrom the pains and tortures of diseases peculiar to their sex A million more 4 i I JOHN S GULLEY II- JJ I BRICK CONTRACTOR jjjj- f j tf I Louisville Ky Ij yl HopsltoJlty At Small Expense l- rifr Entertainment Unit Is pleasure tomiiimiii Y ftJgyour guestsdots not depend on i ifQ tend hospitality Christine Terliuno JrftX E J CLODE Publisher 156Sih Ave NY jj V G BABBAGE AttorneyatLawPUBLIC Many years experience in set tling estates All collections reasonable Cloverport Kentucky 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 Address me at Hardinsburg Ky How many feathers on a rooster Isuffer in silence rather than subject themselves to the abhorrent and hu miliating examinations and localstreatment so uniformly insisted upon by physiciansFemale a can be cured surely speedilywithout exposure with slight expensewithout leavingf your own home Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription will cure any disorder or disease of the organs distinctly femi nine Perhaps its greatest usefulness is in preparing women for the ordeal of childbirth Taken during the ex pectant period it practically eliminates pain and danger at the time of parturitionWrite Pierce for advice and you will receive an immediate answer and without cost to you All correspondence strictly confidential We also advise all women who suf periodtoas Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets just previous to this time as constipation is usually an aggravating feature of the trouble Dont allow the druggist to sell you something just as good because its cheaper The cheap kind has not the thousands of cures to its credit that Dr Pierces medicine has o Miss CARRIE SPRECHER of Mount Morris Ills writes Doctor V Pierce as follows- II was back in my old home when your letter came I will try and explain regarding the good I received from your medicines For over one year I suffered from what my physician pronounced womb trouble Had 1 doctored with doctors in the east and also in the west but found only temporary relief The next time of my sickness I found myself no better and in that way it kept going on from time to time until I became discouraged I finally resolved to write you for advice I purchased two bottles of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription two vials of his I Pleas ant Pellets and by using only that small quantity I have found wonderful relief I say to all who are suffering from troubles n similar to mine that it is unnecessary to be sick when one can use Dr Pierces remedies How to preserve health and beauty are told in Dr Pierces Common fretForO COVE RMAILINGONLY cloth binding 3r stamps Address Dr R V Pierre Buffalo N Y- THIS IS A- Presidential Year AND YOU MUST KEEP POSTED The way to do this into rec d the WEEKLY CourierJournal HENRY WATTERSON Editor TWELVE PAVES ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SlOO Yesxr a I REVENUE KEFORM 1 SOOIAL REFORM d MORAL IbntOmIt Thi Inun lieSendlib 8 s COURIERJOURNAL CmJPANY1f LOUISVILLE ICY 1 By a Special Arrangement you can get th- oBreckenridge News and the WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL both one year for only 150 This Is for cash subscriptions only AU sub scriptions under this combination offer must sotfice s a rz 1y b sN n y X itY k 1ti J X The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY APRIL 18 1004 SCHOOL REPORT Crowded Out Last Week Grade summary of Irvington College for month ending April 1 1904 The following is a report of all bdars obtaining an average of 90 or better High School Honor Roll Misses Olarie Jolly OOMrytle Brown U8 Nellie Smith 07 Reba Lewis 97 Ethel Dowell 07 Maggie Bandy 97 dandle Bandy 00 Maole McUlothlan OG Nelhe Dowell 05 Ruth Miller 01 Messrs Roland Smith 04 Walter Piggott 04 Clyde Simmons 03 Hilliard Biggs 0- 1Preparatory Honor Roll Agnes Hyues 07 Eunice Simmons 04 Kendrick Bandy 04 Kendrick Jolly 03 Hayden Bramlette 03 Beulah Mudd 01 Lamar Gardner 111 Susie Bandy 01 George Herndon 01 Hendry Brarnlettn 01 Wilbert Dowell 01 Her I bert Honsel 00 Alliene Cnwley 00 I Highet class grade Latin 08 Nelle Dowell Nellie Smith Maggie Bandy Reba Lewis and Walter Piggott English History 00 Ruth Miller Civics 100 Nelle Dowell and Billiard Biggs Algebra 00 Mable McG othlan Myrtle Brown Physiology 100 Ethel Dowell Nellie Smith Clarle Jolly and Walter Piggott English Clarie Jolly 100 Grammar 07 Nellie Simmons and Myrtle Brown Geography 100 Maggie Bandy Nellie Smith Myrtle Brown Walter Piggott Hay den Bramlette History 08 Nelle Simmons and Myrtle Brown Arith metic 100 Mable WcGlothlan Roland Smith Myrtle Brown Claudie Bandy Maggie Bandy Ethel Dowell Susie Bandy Spelling 100 Nelle Smith Nelle Dowell Roland Smith Clyde Simmons Mable McGlothlan Reba Lewis Clarie Jolly j Reading 08 Nelle Dowell Myrtle Brown Nelle Smith Reba Lewis Writing Myrtle Brown 99- Perfect Department 100 Agnes Hynes Eliza Piggott Clyde Simmons and George Herndon Highest average Clarie Jolly 00 Greatest improvement for the month Julia Lyons 8 Ethel Dowell Kendrick Bundy and Hayden Bram lette 7 Reba Lewis 0 On account of sickness Bessie Wrather Junius James and Louise Lewis did not take tne examination Diligence cooperation and regular ity are very essential Parents and guardians please note these Our mot tligensI B Tuttle Principal A Great Sensation There was a Dig sensation in Lees i yule Ind when W H Brown of that place who was expected to die had his life saved by Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption H- ewrltesI eudured insufferable agonies from Asthma but your New Discovery gave me immediate relief and soon thereafter effected a complete cure Similar cures of Consumption Pneu- moniar Bronchitis and Grip are nu merous Its the peerless remedy for all throat and lung troubles Price Goo and 100 Guaranteed by Short Haynes Druggist Trial bottles free Gets 5500 a Drink A special from Dallas Tex might be of into est to those who are inter stod in a similar suit Hledrecently at awesville The special is as follows For the sale of three drinks of hiskey to the husband of a protest ag wife a jury has at Waxahachie ex adjudged that J J Faulkner mat pay to Mrs Benlnh Cassidy the am of 1500 or S5O0 for each drink old In spite of her protest FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS TWO SIZES SOC AND 110- 0If you have never tried this great remedy SEND TODAY for a free sample and state your symptoms- We simply ask you to try it at our expense We know what it will d- oThacher Medicine Co CtlATTANOOOATQNN Faulkner was in the saloon ousi ness up to tne time local option went into effect The plaintiff alleged in her petition that she served a writ ten notice on Faulkner to desist from selliuj or giving iutoxiciting liquors to her huflband She avers that after the notice had been duly served five separate and dis tinct sales WAre made to her husband and she sued to recover on the saloon keepers bond tile sum of X500 on each count The jury was convinced that Faulkner sold three of the drinks but was in doubt about the other two The Timber Industries Geo Harris got a raft of about 400 logs out of Clover creek last week for Zaljers Bros of Cannelton and J W Dyer of Cannelton rafted about 1200 logs for Inn saw mill at Cannelton The towboat Eclipse was here Thursday and tOOK a big barge of bame blocks to Toll City for CaRt Ira Bernard the United States Hume company being the buyer- A big oargo was loaded with cross ties at the month of Clover creek Thursday and taken to Evansville for the Gray Tie Co by the Sabrina Lost Thirty Years A handaxe when was lost thirty three years has been found by Jesse Weatherholt between the weather boarding and the inside wall of the residence of Ed Whitehead The tool was lost by Mr Wentheruolts father Hamoy Jim Weatherholt k mm MARION MARNE TALKS OF COSTUMES AND PERFUMESI I = 4ior 7rr Silk gowns are to be quite a feature of the Spring fashions and when it first became evident that unerring with all Its train of puffs frills and turbelows was to set the pace for the prevailing fashions many a sigh went up as the clumsy effects of former periods were recalled But that was before all the supple airiness of old time rich textures had been fully re vealed by the manufacturer In the former aays when the silk frook was in the height of its glory the more it stood out the more elegant it was considered and the stand alone quality of silk was the badge of respectability of its happy possessor Today silks are not selected for their stand alone quality but for their suppleness although soft rich ness and body are an much appre ciated as ever The champagne Peau de Creoe w gown on the left in my illustration shows an excellent model for an up The Virginia Launched In the presence of 30000 people the magnificent new battlesnip Virginia was launched at Newport News Va last week She belongs to a class of five mammoth ships authorized by Congress in the two years immediately following the SpanishAmerican war She is of 10000 displacement length on load water line 435 feet brendth extreme at load water line 70 feet 334 inches draught with full load about 20 feet The Virginia will have speed of 10 knots which is regarded as remarnable considering her im uieuso size Her total cost is about 0 000 000 Makes a Clean Sweep Theres nothing like doing a thing thoroughly Of all the Salves you ever heard of BuckleusArnica Salve is the best It sweeps away timid cures Burns Sores Bruises Cuts Boils Ulcers Skin Eruptions anti Plies Its only J5o and guaranteed to give satis faction by Short Haynes Druggists Cannon Will Preside Washington April GJoseph 0Cannon of Illinois speaker of the House of Representatives is to be permanent chairman of the Republi can national convention at Chicago He is the choice of the President mind of party leaders generally Easily TiredDo you lack ambition hBVO nD ltnbitunl feeling or weariness rundownuauatiy resuUslnasortofchronlalnvalldlem Tako Walthers Piized Port ItIB tho best torgeneralto my paWeDts arti PeptonIzed lort Is 10111 In tw08Iz01l tOaaudlfe THEWALTHEft PEPTONIZED PORT CO Pitt burgh Pa FOR SALE BY i A Ra FISHER Cloverport Ky tt- t I M roii x n todate silk gown and is suitable for many occasions And suitable dressing for various occasions while growing more and more a fine art and the silk frock while an important tem of the ward robe is not tne most important Let the woman of moderate means look to it that she makes a judicious selection of her gown for general wear and traveling Leaving oui the ques tion of the severe mannish walking costumes and the other extreme the very dressy coat and skirt nearly all of the Spring costumes for practical wear are made In shirtwaist suits and with a long coat that can be worn or carried at pleasure The full length coat I have depicted for you is one of a natty mixed wool of medium weight Priestly craven etted and thus made rainproof with out altering the appearance or nature of the cloth this model is suitable for rain or sunshine walking or travel- Ing and is the college girls favorite With such a costume a very simple not and all the little access rles dainty n woman or a girl may ret as sured that she is suitably dressed tor moruing walk or a long journey- In travelling nothing can be more refreshing than a few drops of of some favorite scent which is used more and more for nyglenio reasons as well as for u pleasant luxury From the earliest times tragrant scents have been the certain accom paniment of luxury and refinement Many women affect one scent that is peculiarly their own and by means of the sachets wlhin their wardrobes and personal belongings suggest a dainty but scarcely defina ble exhalation of cnaractenstio fra grauce Until recently the Parma violet was the most widely sold scent but with the great vogue of everything Oriental comes the clinging redolence of Yantiues sandalwood so greatly loved iu the zenanas of India Marian Marne I What the G 0 P Stands For If anybody asks what it is that com mends the Republican party to the intelligence of the lund here is the answer in a nutshell taken from u recent number of the Indianapolis Journal From the successful prosecution for time preservation of the Union from the creation of the new south the establish ment of the national bank system the resumption of specie payment the estab lishment of the single gold standard the development of American industries by protection the liberation of Cuba time successful prosecution cf the war with Spain the building up of a modern navy the advancement of the United States to a first place among the world powers the pacification of the Philippines the winning of diplomatic victories for col lective civilization and construction of the Panama cnualthe rucoid of the Republican patty is of things done A Cure For Headache Any man woman or child suffering front headache biliousness or a dull drowsy feeling should take one or two of DeWitts Little Early Risers night and morning Those famous little pills are famous because they ire a tonic as well an a pill While they cleanse the system they strengthen and reouild it by their tonic effect upon the liver and bowels Sold b- An Druggist Re ligiou Spirit of the Russian ifrom the London Truth The war seen from Russia appears much more a sacerdotal than a miltary thing Metropolitans popes bearers of great vessels filled with holy water clergy Christian and Moslem to swear in troops signs of the cross genuflexions and rites that only the orthodox can un derstand draw attention from Generals and smart young officers The Czar conies out more iu his religious than his military character Gen Kuropatkiu whom we knew so well in Paris as the companion in partie fine restaurant diu ners and suppersweut outof his way nt Moscow to secure the protection of St Semius against the Japanese He ar rived at that city on Sunday morning en route for Ilnrbinhis future headquarters but instead of pushing on he mode a pilgrimage forty miles out to thcI Monastery of StSergius Cant Have Do Meat St LoulsApril 6After investigate ing and holding a meeting to discuss time intentions expressed by those hay ilJg in charge the savage Igorrotes from the Philippine Islands to furnish the savages with dogs for food during the Worlds Fair the Human Society of St Louis today formally gave notification that prosecution would follow every at temtt to furnish dogs aa food The so ciety said that if the Igorrotes must have dog meat it must be imported in cans from their uatiiie laud CASTORIA ChildrenFFor and ii Always Bought 1 Signatureof In- Use Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA TNa O1NTKYR YORK NN N es N NNm N 5 TilE growing popularity of the 0 rat Southwest and the continual Increase In 11 to that srtton espiMlully on till first and third Tuesdays of earh month HomeseeUers Houndtrip and Colonist OmWiiy r duced Frisco System to add to Its already complete train e ralllIatesIIloUTIIKeSii iithl TOURIST SLEEPING CARS latest pattern In Trait No 5 Icnvlnit St lends S35 p in coaimeiicliiK December j IIe 1tMrt and each first and third trueday rollowhtg untll turthr notice Q KeturnliiK Tourist Sleeper will arrive St Louts following Monday In Train No e H scheduled to arrive Union Station 7 Ort in connecting with all lines Diverging I chedule and rates per double lierth us below c=cc === =c =c ====== = == = SUUTtI BERTH RATE NORTH RT put Lv St Louis frlseo 8XShllllAr 780 u m 433 it in Ar Srilgfleld J08 Ar It M it m 000 Ar llonett ILto 1040 p m 4IOpin Ar SO Lv1 lX20nn 420pm Ir Purls OO Tex Mid Ar 1150 lira 9OT pm Ar Kinils 110 to Lv tIlIO a m 1010 pm LvEnnts 260 IIkTAr 545 a m 10ain Ar Houston 900 Ur 910 p m a KeturnliiK Ton rlnt Sleeper leaves HOUSTON Ilnrt and Third Saturdays 1110 p in For reservation address tit person or by letter nearest local representative of Irlsco System or district reprewntutlve as follows I 1In ISIIART T P A St Louis J STUART TAYLOR T I A Svaimille U alsota POt aaool + Neec N ooe o + o I ij I MHGABBERTof i FORTI YORKii JJ- I HOME INSURANCE CO NEW j A t THE LARGEST COflPANY IN THE WORLD i t This coulpluty writes FIRE mill TORNADO t giving the most liberal contract on farm mind town jiropirty fccttloinonti in case of loss ff upfKy- OOOOOCOOOOOAOA000 00000 + + +0000AO freshness you turning it always For Farmers Benefit Representative Gilbert of Ken ttuihy introduced n bill Into the lower house Congress lust week requiring tho attorney general and the gecretnry of and labor to ascertain whether the and sale of farming inaokiuery Iud implements is by a trust A Thoughtful Man M Austin of Winchester Ind knew what to in the hour need Hip wife had such an cass of stomach and liver physicians could not help her Ho thought of and tried lr Kings New Pills and she got relief at once and was Cc at Drug Store Infants The Kind You Nave Bears the For KOYPNY NEW CITY 11111 Ar Purls ooaaoocoooooo LIGHTNING 1NSUKANCK Pnnnjit guaranteed of manufacture of BLESSING TO HUMANITY The New Quaker folding bath Cabinet cures rheumatism IIngrippc kidney troub les blood and skin diseases aches and M pains lumbago and prevents diseases of all kinds Baths are taken before retiring 10 page book telling how to it free about 10 pounds holds flat iu 1 tacit space 41 x 27 inches 30 inches deep large enough for person weighing less than 250 pounds Regular price 7 by special arrangement we fill orders for 41 Ev eryone should have one of these cabinets AJdresCabinct Co Box iCloverportKy VEGETABLE SICILIAN HALLSHairRenewerRe- news the hair makes it new again restores the Just what need your hair is faded or gray for restores the color Stops falling hair alsou ntWuSttinU n11o w m commerce controlled M do unusual trouble Lifo finally cured Only Short Haynes use Weighs can if The Martha H llennen The Martha H Hennen a now tow boat stands nearly completed at the wharf at Kvansvillo Tim boat was originally built at Hnwesvlllo in 1000 and belonged to the Cincinnati Cooper ago company Sho then boro the name of L H Bnhrman About this time last year she was burned near Stephensport and the Hermen Bros time present owners bought tho wreck of time salvage company The hull and boilers were practically uninjured As reconstructed she is 117 feet long with n breadth of 28 Pout and double decked Tho owners expect to have her finished by April 15 and they in tend to pnt her on the Green river trade as a towboat r y The Breckenridge News I I neM WEDNESDAY APRIL 13 10W UNION STAR J B Severs is in Owensboro Sue A Brashoar is in Louisville Wm Robertson was in town Sun dayDr Milner was in Hardinsburg last weekD S Richardson Las returned from Louisville Claud Brashear was in Mooleyville Saturday ar McUlotnlan was in Louisville SaturdayLon Hall returned home from Derby Thursday Pope Mlliwr had HH attack of rheu matism the past week MM D S Richardson is visiting her children in Louisville Mrs Glover Frymire visited in town Monday and Tuesday Mrs John Wiut who is suffering with lung trouble is no better Saxton Dntsahke and family visited John Cashman two days ot lust week John and Newsom Gardner sold nine head of cattle to Sam Dix last FridayRussell Hall is able to attend to his work again after having had the measlesMiss Mary Richardson is visiting her sister Mrs P M Beard of Har dinsburgMrs Mary Jane Crosson has re turned home after a two weeks visit in Cloverport Newsom Gardner made a business trip home Saturday evening returning to Irvington Sunday Eula Hope Cart remained in town several nights last week the guest of her cousin Hallie Severs Protracted meeting will begin here Sunday April 17 uuless some other arrangements are n ade this week Men and women alike have to work incessantly with brain and hand to hold their own nowadays Never wore the demands of business the wants of the family the requirements of society more numerous The fiist effect of the praise worthy effort tot keep up with all these things is com inonly seen in a weakened or debilita ted condition of the nervous system which results in dyspepsia defective nutrition of both body and brain and in extiemo cases in complete nervous prostration It is clearly seen that what is needed is what will sus thin the system give vigor and tone to the nerves and keep the digestive and assimilative functions healthy and active From personal Knowledge wo 1m recommend Hoods Sarsapa rllln for this purpose It arts on all tne vital organs builds np the whole system and tits men and women for these highpressure clay- sLODIBURG i Mrs B A Johnson is very uinub improved W N Hardin is visiting his family atOwensboroH U in Louisville buy ing spring looclE- iMie Pearl Arg bngnt is clerking for H Hlohneon- Alnela Hardin was the guest of MiM Anna B Grunt Siindny ive Mrs Claude Grant was a guest at Mr and Mrs C L Avltts Satur day Katell MoKmigban spent Saturday I and Sunday at Sample tho gipat of his J cousin E L Dowell Mr Riar Bruce and Miss Pearl Argabright spent Saturday with Mr and Mrs W B Argabright After spending several days with relatives at Cloverport Mrs Claude Grant has returned to her home here at Mr and Mrs C C Grants Ayers You linow the medicine that makes pure rich blood Ayers Sarsaparilla Your mother grandmother all your folks used it They trusted Sarsaparillait i Your doctor trusts it Then trust it yourself There is health and strength in it I enfrerel tmlblr from Imllpteitlon and tutu blood 1 foiuul ue relief until I took Ayer jar apnrllla Four bottloi henna neatly Cured tile Slue h n lAUTi Mt mro jfT 5100 n bottler r ATKR CO All JnigBitM fo uiflTnlLiLBiiiuia I v r Rich Blood Ayers Pills aro gentlY laxative They greatly aid the Sarsaparilla 1 PSORIASIS AND ECZEMA I Milk Crust Scalled Head Tetter RingwormJ and Pimplest COMPLETE TREATMENT 100l ForTorturing Disfiguring Humours From Pimples to ScrofulaJFrom Infancy to Age f The agonizing itching and burning of the skin as in eczema the frightful scaling as in psoriasis the loss ofhair and crusting of tho scalp as in scalled bead the facial disfigurement as in pimples and ringworm tho awful suf fering of Infants and anxiety of worn out parents as in milk crust tetter and salt rheumall demand a remedy of almost superhuman virtues to successfully i cope with them That Cutlcura Soap Ointment and Pills are such stands proven beyond all doubt No statement is made regarding them that 1 is not justified by the strongest evi dence The purity and sweetness the power to afford immediate relief thoII certainty of speedy and permanent cure the absolute safety and great economy have made them the standard skin cures and humour remedies of tho civilized world Complete treatment for every humour consisting of Cutlcura Soap to cleanse I the skin Cutlcura Ointment to heal the skin and Cuticura Resolvent Pills to cool and cleanse the blood may now be had for one dollar A single set is often sufficient to cure the most torturing disfiguring itching burning and scalyf humours eczemas rashes and irrita tions from infancy to age when all else fails Sold throuihout tin world CutieureneeolenlOe11nf- orm of Chocolite Cod 11lli21e per Till of 60 elate Bent JOc 8otp ZSe Dtpoti London 27 Chirttrhonu eqiertei d itue de Ii P1 eneee131 Columbus A futltt Chem Corp ii1yProprietor W lfr now to Humour Claude Grant who recently went to Knob Cal writes back that he it all right and is much pleased with the Golden state Mr Grant is the oldest ion of Mr and Mrs C C Grant of his placejSTEPHENSPORT I J Mrs R H Bennett is very ill J S Adair spent Sunday in Hawes rule 1 Bananas and oranges at R A Shell mans L B Helm was in Hnrdinsburg Monday on business Mrs H Dowell is still with her 1 laughter Mrs G W Payne Miss Ida Jarrett has accepted a position as clerk at G W Paynest E U Bert of Louisville dealer in Western ponies is at the Smith House Miss Eula Hensley of Hardinsburg ii- is visiting her aunt Mrs R S Skill I manQMiss Jennie May Black who is in 1 ohool in Owensboro spent Easter vith her mother Mrs J S Adair R S Skillman has mova into his lew home and will open up a grocery toro in the near future in the old Maine stand H S English and daughter Miss Sttt aro in Hopklnsville at tho bed sIde of his son in law F B Lacy und child who have been ill for come time Mrs G W Payne has returned rom Louisville with a full Hm of mllinery and up tc date dress goods 3he is ready to please the most fasti lionsRev E B English of the Theolog cal Seminary in Louisville spent Sunday and Monday of this week with his parents Mr and Mrs H S J EnglishMrs M Blaine bas returned home after spending the winter in Mem phis Tenn and Hot Springs Ark The was accompanied by her son William who is in the general mercantile business in Luxora Ark Mrs R A Shelhnan entertained at her home Tuesday evening the Baptist Sunday school classes No 2 and 31 and their officers and teachers The evening was spent in recitations and singing Nice fruits were served and all enjoyed the evening very much Mrs L T Roberts and her niece Miss Pauline Moorman after spending SIX weeks with friends and relatives in Yelvington and in Owensboro bus returned to her home in Roberts Bottom accompanied by her niece Miss Mable Moorman and friend Miss Fannie Kendall MYSTIC C L Pate is very low Mrs Lee Sipes left lor home Tues lay Roll Miller lost a fine horse last week S1 Mrs Andy ICeyeof iodlburg iIs no betterII Mrs Mark Logsdon is recovehn J very slowly The farmers are all glad to see oats sowing hAre at last G C Basbam has Dan Ml1trln his store as his partner Carl Payne called on Miss Lent of this place Sunday We are all very glad we are going have a Sundayschool at Walnut j Grove again The children seem to bo dehghtedII Mrs 13 P Harrison and daughter J Nora left last week for Red Hill where Mrs Leonard Mrs Harrisonf mother is very sIckII Messrs Roy and Proo Beanchamp I and Millard Maoy and Eli Rooms attended their grandmothers funeral near Robins school house Dudle- yHARDINSBURG Dr Walker will be in Custer April 10 to 23- Franklin Kincheloe is in Louisville on u business trip Dr J T Owen of Cloverport was in the city Monday Cant J H Rowland of Cloverport J was in the city last Monday Dr Walker will be in Custer April 10 to 23- Hon R M Jollyof Irvington wasI in the oily last Wednesday Dr R H McMullen of MoDamels was in the city Thursday Walter L Hitt of Crecelius was in town Wednesday on legal businessJ J Dr Walker will be in Custer April 10 to 23IThe Rev W H Calvert preached- at the M E church Sunday Mrs S D McGill who has been seriously ill is much ImprovedI Horace Scott spent Sunday here the guest of his brother Charles ScottI Dr W A Walker will be in Custer April 10 to 23 to do dental work Arthur Scott of Louisville is here visiting Mr and Mrs Charles Scott Charles Smith and B H Wilson of Balltown were in the city Mommy Mr and Mrs Marvin D Beard were vsltors in Louisville last weeK Dr W A Walkei will be in Custer April 10 to 23 to do dental work Miss Nell Moornmn of Glendtane Is the guest of Mr and Mrs Joel H PileW S Ball and Henry Moorman were in Louisville several days of lastI weekMrs Eva Thomas of LeitchBeld is visiting her mother Mrs Mary C HestonII Miss Mary Richardson of Union Star is visiting her sister Mrs Percy H BeardMrs Brodie has returned home after an extended visit to relaI ives at Chennult James Gilliland who has teen illI with Ingrinpe for the past two weeks is much improved Dr Milton Board Superintendent if the asylum at Hopkinsville was here attending Fiscal courtI Mr and Mrs R M JOllyofIrving ton were the guests of Mr and MrsII Gi W Beard the first of the week J Jesse R Eskridge of Owensboro I was the guest of hiM parents Mr and Mrs Morris Eskridge Sunday Mrs Guy Williams of Philadelphia watt the guest of Mr and MrsI Morris Eskridgea few days lust weeK 6LACDRAUGHT STOCK and POULTRYMEDICINE Stock and pultry have few troubles which are not bowel and liver irregularities Black1 Draught Stock and Poultry Medi cine is a bowel and liver remedy for stock It puts the organs of digestion in a perfect condition Prominent American breeders and farmers keep their herds and flocks healthy by giving them an occasional dose of BlackDraught Stock and Poultry Medicine in their food Any stock raiser may buys 25cent halfpound airtight can of this medicine from his dealer and keep his stock in vigorous health for weeks Dealers gener ally keep BlackDraunbt Stock and Poultry Medicine If yours does not send 25 cents for a sample can to the manufacturers The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chat tanooga Tenn RooiiBLut GA Jan 80 1902 Diack Draught Stock and Poultry Medicine Is the best I ever tried Our stock way looking bad when yon sent me the medicine and now they are getting BO fine They are looking 90 per cent better 8 P BBOOKINQTON Call around and see group of the county officials at Cody pnotograp gallery onth side confcn sb sqnarr Miss Mary Smitn of Hartford pnd Miss Nanpy Smith of Fordavllle were the charming guests of MIss Sallie Beard Sunday- Commissioner Lee Walls has moved his office into the court house in the room at the head of the steps leadIng to tne circuit court room Dr S P Parks of Webster and Dr L B Moreman of Irvington were here Wednesday attending a meeting of the Board of Examiners tor pensioners The Modern Remedy companyrb Cincinnati is here for a weeks en gag ment at the City Hall There an seven in the company The entertainment on Monday evneing wai free and was well patronize- dIRYINGTON Janius Foote is home from Texas Mrs Wnhen has returned Iron LouisvilleHubert Piggott is home for a two weeks vacation Miss Willa Drury will return from Brandenburg this week Miss Ola Smith visited Mrs Cot Hand in Brandenburg recently Mr Eskridge a photographer hat moved his tent and family here Born to the wife ot George Thomp son a fine boy Saturday April 7 Miss Pylo was a visitor here last- week at the home of D T Spradlin Mr Pemberton of Elizabethtown was here Saturday buying fancy stock horsesThe missionaty society of the M E imnrch will meet with Mrs Jolly Friday evening Mrs Blythe was called to Hardins burg last week on accountof the ill ness of bAr mother Mrs Loo Bisholi and little family ire spending a week in Cloverport the guest of relatives Miss Essie Biggs and H H Kemper were in Hnrdinsburg Sunday to heat Sunshine Hawks lecture Miss Lizzie Fisher of Glendeane sad Miss Emma Lou Moorman are vita Mrs McCoy for a visit F H Kemper was in Louisville ast week to see Julia Marlowe in When Knighthood was in Flower Miss Dolly Clarcomb spent Sunday it home She is much pleased with her position at tht Fair in Cloverport Dont forget the mid week prayer services Wednesday evening at M E church UnIOn meeting at Presbyterian church Frank Carter who has been on the ick list for some time has gne to Tine Grove and is under the treat nent of Dr Latham a homeopathic physicianDr was called here in onsultation with Dr Moorman to see ittle George Jolly Piggott who has been very ill will pneumonia but at his writing is considered much improved How many featners on u rooster The Best Family Salve DeWitts Witch Hazel gives Instant relief from Burns cures Cuts guises Sores Eczema Tetter and all brasions of the skin In buying Witch Hazel Salve it is only necessary to see that you get the genuine De Pitts and a cure is certain There aTe many cheap counterfeits on the marKet nil of which are worthless nd quite a few are dangerous while eWittB Witcn Hazel Salve is per eotly harmless and cures Sold by AU Druggist In Prosperous Condition Hnrdinsburg Ky Apr1112SpeO- 1a1 H H Kemper of Irvington ashler of the First State Bank was here Saturday and Sunday the guest of friends He says his bank is in a very prosperous condition and that some of its stock has recently been inrohasep at 115 though the bank las not yet been established a year Melledgeville Ky Jan 1 ID03- Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir I have been a great sufferer rom kidney disease and was treated biy my nome physicians with no benefit Your Texas Wonder has cured mead I am satisfied it saved my life and I can nheerfnlly recommend it to la ules suffering with kidney and bladder roubles RespectfullyMrs Frost A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Discovery cures 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Guatemala- Dr W Godfrey Hunter US Minister to Guatemala and oxmember of Con gress from Kentucky in a loiter tromI Washington D C writes THE CANDIDATES Cleveland For Parker New York April 01 In a statement prepared by himself and published in the New York World today ExPresi dent Grover Cleveland comes out strongly for Judge Parker of New York for president- He declares that the party should re turn to sanity and that the nomination of Judge Parker would be universally accepted as evidence that it had done so This statement is looked upon as tbeI most important piece of political news that has been printed It adds greatly to Parkers strength in several states where be needed it and is held by many of his friends to insur bis nomination Mr Cleveland says in regard to the platform it ought to be abort concise and in every way to the purpose Only Hearst Escapes Lincoln Neb April 6W J Bryan has given out the prdofsbeets of an article which is to appear in the Common er this week in which he gives his ob j ctions to several of the candidates He styles Parker Cleveland Hill Gor man stud Olney to be unavailable His objection to Parker is that be is a frieud of Hill He says Hill will have too much control if Parker is elected Hearst to Start Papers Indianapolis Ind April 6Tbougb the advertisement in all of the Indian apolis papers it will be announced to morrow that Willia in Randolph Hearst will start a new paper in this city in a bout three weeks There is only one Democratic daily here and that is under control of Thos Taggart who is endeavoring to deliver time delegates to Parker Thev are fighting Hearst editorially and other wise The advertisement also announces new papers soon to be started in St LoUis and Kansas City Never Over 8 Miles From Home Miss Jane Qnisenberry who died Tuesday morning of last week at her home near Patea ville was never over eight miles from the place where she was born sixtysix years ago Once she carne to this city and once to Lyonia which are less than that dis tance Patesville was the only other town she ever visited and there her family did their trading She was never married and lived with her mater MJss Amanda Qnisenberry who survives her and is about fortyseven years of age The two sisters seemed inseparable and dressed alike It is said the family have in their house matches purchased before the civil war II I am fully satisfied that your Poruna is an efficacious remedy for catarrh as I and many of my friends have boon benefited by its usoW G Hunter M DWell I known men of dignity and proms nonco in tho United States endorse and recommend Peruna for catarrh f If you do not derive prompt and satlsit factory results from tho uso of Poruna 1 write at once to Dr Hartman giving a full statement of your case and ho will i bo pleased to give you his valuable ad vice gratis IAddress Dr Hartman President ot The Hartman Sanitarium Columbus Ohio CONSTANTINE Mrs Mary Carter is improving 3 Mrs E T Paul is on the sick listii Irforj Ir from with Mrs Felix la a G PaulII flf- lof Tae sale of M Meyerdeceased Buras was well attended h Drp Hall and Sundayfr see Mrs Leona Lucas The little baby SundayII Lucas who was few week ago is slowly improving Mrs Mary West will move taJQuo Grove in the near future where sJiwill make her home with her danghr ter Mrs 0 C Weymoutb Miss Eva Stone has just returned from Louisville where she has been buying u nice line of spring goods also a lull and complete line of mill d nery for ladies uiibscs and childreir Call on her and inspect her goods an prices before buying elsewhererj Continues Another WeekII The protracted meeting whichdh 8Pbyyule will continue the remainder v tthis week Services are being held 11nextrival three services will be held one morning and evening and one in the afternoon for the little children Sunday morning and evening nnlon services were Held at the Baptist chnroh Rev Bolton preaching and Rev P L King and Rev SO Christian assisting in the servipee There was 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