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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t JLIIY ow R RS THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXVIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 20 1904 8 Pages NO 40 BEST IRVINGTON NEWS I IrvingtonKy AlI1l10Speolal- The Henderson Ronte is making ex tensive improvements here A new business track graded for a new de pot has been built A number of oth er improvements also have been made It is hoped here that tbe new depot will be built in the near future Visitors From New Jersey Irvington KyApr1l1J8peola1 Mr and Mrs Charles Benchtold and little daughter Elizabeth ofj New Jersey arrived Friday to make Mrs Beuchtolds parentsMrand Mrs Henry Davis a visit Mr Beuohtold has a South African negro as a valet Gets Lucrative Position Irvington KyApril 1JSpAOla1 Willie Biggs who was with the Hen o derson Woolen Mills until they were re cent Jy burned passed through here last week en route to Louisville to s Wits l iers I Gives Up His Church Irvington Ky Apnll08pecial Rev and Mrs A J Willett for merly of Meaae county but recently of Stanberry Mo are at the home of Mn Willetts mother in the Sandy Hill neighborhood Rev Willett has given up his church in Missouri and will rest for a while He is one of those preaching Willetts and will not t remain idle long Justly Proud of Career Irvington Ky April 10 Special Miss Olive Henderson who graduated I from the Girls High School in r the class of 1001 and who for one year was a student at the State College I at Lexington and has for the past two years oeen attending Sar gents Normal School of Gymnastics I sherwill return to her home in Louisville L Juno 1 Miss Henderson has visited here several seasons and has many friends and relatives here who feel justly proud of her college career Suffers Fractured Limb Big Spring Ky April 10Spe vial Dr Strother was called in con sultation with Dr Moremanof Irving ton last Wednesday to yrs Hynes the mother of Rev W A Hynes who fell and sustained a fracture of her t lime at thQ hip joint j f Timber Mashies Foot S B Davis of this cUya member of the bridge crew of the Henderson ti Route suffered a badly mashed foot t C Saturday by a heavy timber falling on J tthe member while he was assisting in I MrIcounty to t InjuryIt How many feathers on a toaster IAhI f Boughttt learsthe L flSignature of ITHE RELIGIOUS NEWS The convention of all the Sunday- sschools in Breckenridge county will be held at the M E church South in this city on June 0 The program will bA published later a Rev T R Kendall pastor of Settle Chapel at Owensboro will begin atprotracted meeting at the M E church South tonight to continue about two weeks Preaching service will be held each day at 8 oclock in the afternoon and 730 oclock in the evening The public is cordially in vited to attend all these services The protracted meeting at the Bap tist church conducted by Rev G C Bolton of near Louisville closed Sunday evening The meeting began Sunday morning Arpil 3 and two services were held each day On last Sunday Rev Bolton preached a ser mon for the children in the afternoon The attendance was good throughout the meeting and many sermons strong I from a logical standpoint were heard by attentive audiences The addition Sunday evening Mr Fletcher Pan ley will be baptised next Sunday even ing after the regular service SundaySchool ConventionC We wish to call attention to the Sundayschool coovention which is to be held at Bewleyville May 14 1004 Miss Nannie Lee Frayser is to be with us again Those that heard her last year Know what a power she is to a convention So come again and bring others with you Let every one help to make this the best con vention ever held You from other districts come to see what wideawake conventions we have in Bewleyville district The programme will be printed soon in this worthy paper Nan Lyddan Sec A W Hayes Promoted The Memphis CommercialAppeal has the following to say concerning a former Breckenridge county boy Several changes have been made in the office here of the Wells Fargo Express Co Mr A W Hayes for merly cashier has been nromoted tojj agent for the con parry at El RenoII I Oklahoma The many friends that Mr Hayes has made since his stay j in Memphis will oe glad tc hear of his well deserved promotion ItIElI Reno is a growing city at 10000 population and is the coming city on the Chcctaw and Rock Island systems Carnegies Hero FundI Pittsburg April 15rAndrew Carnegie has created a fund of 5000000 for the benefit of dependents of these losing their lives in heroic efforts to save their fellowmen or for heroism themselves if injured only Provision is also inadn for medals to be given in commemoration of heroic acts The endowment will be known as The Hero fund and the trust placed in the hands of a commission of twenty men The commission held its first meeting today and made Known the project Lonnie Marlow of St Louis was the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs lit V ATarlow at Patesville last week SAD DEATH YOUNG BOY Carl Lamb the fourteenyearold on of Mr and Mrs C S Lamb died Sunday night at 0 r0 oclock of pneumonia and la grippe Fe was ill only ween and his death was a shock to friends and relatives as some Improvement was noticed in hIS condi ion several hours before death came The funeral was held from the family residence at 4 oclock Monday afternoon and the interment was in the city cemetery Rev P L King of theI Methodist church conducted the funeral services The pull bearers were Chas Jackson Otto Fallon Mack Miller Stuart Babbage J U Babbage Jr and Fran White friends and schoolmates ct tne de ceased A large concourse of friends and relatives of this city and Tobin port Ind attended the funeral At 3 oclock the city public school of which tbe deceased was a member was dismissed and many school child ron were in attendance The death of the young boy was oneI of the saddest in tbe city for sometime Be was one of the brightest pupils of the High Softool a member of the Presbyterian Sundayschool and hall many friends among his ar quaintances Mrs Murrays Sister Dead Mrs Emily Graham Brown mem ber of a pioneer and well knnw nl Louisville family and an only sister of Mrs John Alltn Murray of thisI city died in Louisville Sunday night at 0 oclocK of nervous prostration after an illness of three years Mrs Brown was sixtyfive years of age She was a member of the Warren Memorial Presbyterian church of Louisville and tooK an active par in church and charitable work She was a most estimable woman in every respect Her husband J T S Brown and seven children who survive are all wellknown Louisville people Mrs Murray and two children Donald and John Allen Murray went to Louisville Monday afternoon to at tend the funeral which was held yesterday afternoon at 3 oclock India Viirlpil Cuckoo In the matter of cuckoos India can give points to the British Isles Time good folk at home see only one species of cuckoo and that spends less than half its time on the British shores we in India on the other hand can boast of an avifauna In which the sub family cucullnaj is represented by no fewer than thirty species Madras Mall Problem In Millinery Why oh why remarked the ob server of events and things will a woman smile with delight when she sees a lint in a milliners window and frown when she sees the same lint on her neighbors head Yonkors States man Ilcclproclty SheBut if you say you cant bear the girl why ever did you propose He Well her people have always been awfully good to me mind Its the only way I could return their hospitality Punch A lIrhht Scholar Teacher Do you know anything about algebra Bertie Young Please teacher I do Its n mule what is covered with stripes I saw ono at n clr cus Womans Home Companion How feathers a rooster y- S i 4i4 rr- d r- f SADDRYat t HARNESSAJ un H Harness Leather Harness Rivets All kinds of Repair Work Horse Collars ICollar Pads Riding Bridles Blind Bri= era i dies Work Bridles Lace Leather fns j BaLbbece 8 Son yYlurIIfIIIIinnfV 7 R GEN D L ADAIR DEAD Uen D L Adair a veteran of the Mexican war and one of the Jest known men of this section of tbe State ilad suddenly of heart failure at I0 oclock yesterday morning at Hawesville He was about seventy live years of age General Adair is survived by his wife three sons and three daughters His children are Ikr C of Fordsville John S oof Stephensport William of Texas and Mrs Mary Whitworth and Misses Ellen and Dodd Adair of Hawesvllle His sons are all promi nent and well known business men PiCKED UP Dr Cox of Cannelton Ind was called to Owensboro Friday to see his daughter Mrs Brownfield who was quite sick The canning factory at Dukes has been laid over until next fall on ac count of not getting every thing in shape The movers in this enterprise jay they have not given up but will surely make it a go and have every thing in good shape for business next season The road from this city to Dukes is traveled more than any road leading to town and is in a worse condition It needs attention right now and the commissioner ought to see to it that it is put in shape for travel One place especially where a bridge has been washed away and is laying on the aide of the road should be fixed Just a little work would put this back in place and save maybe the lives of people and the breaking of their ve hides It is a very Dad place and gettover dangerous Cimmissioner Harris should see to it at once FranK Carter of Irvington who has been at Vine Grove for two weeks under time treatment of a physician re turned home Monday very much im proved in health Mrs John Wimp of Irvington returned from Louisville Monday B F Beard Chas Beard and Chintz Royalty of Hardinsburgwent to Louisville Monday Nick Greathouse sold to Cas White head last week 4 head fine steers at 4 cents weight 1200 Mr Houston Miller returned Monday from a visit to his niece Mrs Milton Board at Hopmnsvllle He says be enjoyed his visit very much and was agreeably surprised at the wny things are carried on at the Asylum Says there is perfect system order and cleanliness That Dr Board has everything well in liana and is con ducting the institution in a creditable manner to himself and all concerned There are several attendants there from this county all of whom are get tiuf along nicely and well pleased with their work Nick Mattingly and his boys living down in Daviees county opposite Rookport Ind made n fine crop of tobacco last sear and sold it at good figures They will pitch another big crop of Burley this year They have splendid land for Burley are fine tobacco raisers and no doubt will raise a good article mid strike it rich if the price keeps up They moved from this county about ten years ago ana are gettng in good shape own a good river bottom farm and make money every year J S R Wedding Dead Hon J H R Wedding a promi nent lawyerand one of the leading Republicans of Ohio county died at his home at Hartford Friday after noon of cirrhosis of the liver after over a years illness He came of an old and highly respected Ohio county family and has been Republican elector for the Fouith congressional district The deceased was well known in Breckenridge county District Convention Hardtnsburg KyBy consent of fthe county committee of the Republi can party for Breckenridgo county it is ordered that a mass convention of Republicans and those desiring to aflihnto with the rartybe held at the court house in Hardinsbnrg on Satui day April 23 at 2 oclock p in for the purpose of selecting twentyfive delegates to attend the district con vention to be held at Shepherdsvillo Ky on May 2 for the purpose ol selecting two delegates an tdeotorand a candidate for congress in the Fourth Congressional DistrictIGiven under our hands this thu 12th day of April 1004IAllen Kincheloe Chun Seovr1 ROYAL Baking Powder Makes the food more wholesome and more nutritious to both brain and muscle I have given the Training Table to the Cornell University for five years very satisfactorily and am certain that much of the success has depended upon the qualityof articles used In baking powder I use the Royal for it is undoubt edly the best I have occasionally given others a trial and have dem onstrated to my satisfaction thatI there is but one always reliable always making perfect delicious and wholesome food The Old Reliable Royal Mrs Amelia Morey Atkins NEWS OF TilE RIVER I passedIthe Sprague nas attempted to handle I John W Piprce a former Hawesville boy was the pilot The United States gunboat Nashville and two torpedo boats on their way to the Worlds Fair are expected I to visit Evansville next Saturday If the depth of the water is sufficient the warships may come up the Ohio as far as Oweiisboro The Nashville is the ship that fired the first shot in the 1 SpanishAmerican war T F Sawyer has two barges in Clover creek which he bought at Cannelton The barges are fifty and sixty feet respectively in length Particulars Learned Not until lust week weie the particulars received here concerning the death of Albert Jnckuoii formerly of Stephensport Chits Jackson received n letter lust wool stating that Mr Jackson was accidentally Killed step pint around a tram going in one di rection and boiug struokby a train go ing in an opposite direction wlohr he did not see Time accident occurred at Brazil Ind April 4 His death was mentioned in the News on April 0 but no particulars were knorn Street Improvements Refuse brio from the Patton brick J plant was pnt oa Murray avenue last I weekCrushed 1 rock will be put on upper Houston street as soon as time Webster Rock Quarry begins operations All small improvements needed on the different streets will be made in time next few weeks under the superr intendance of Marshal DeHaven Melledgeville Ky Jan 1 1003 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir I have been a great sufferer from kidney disease and was treated by my nome physicians with no bene fit Your Texas Wonder has cured me and I am satisfied it saved my hfeand I can nhenrfully recommend it to 1 la dies suffering with kidney and bladder troubles i RespectfullyMrs Frost A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal omission weak and lame backs rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men ana women regulates bladder troubles in cnlldren If not sold by your druggist it will be sent by mall on receipt of 1 Ono small bottle is two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer P O Box 039 St Luis Mo Send for testi monials Sold by allartiggiets Office 2031 Olive street i IN POLICE COURT JnoJowells and Tony Valentine of color wero tined 2 and costs each Thursday by Judge Wills for jump ing on moving train They worked out the fines on the streets Vernon Tucker was fined 1 on Friday for a plain drunk by Judge Wills Tucker is a moulder ojt the local railroad shops- T G Baete of Pellville was lined 5 and costs fur reckless driving over the Clover creek bridge on Saturday John Mnffet of near town was fined and costs Monday for a plain drunk Garfield Dunn was tried on two charges Monday For carrying a con cealed deadly weapon namely a razor ho was tined 2fl and costs For being drunk and swearing the total tines were 11 plus the costs A number of other arrests were made by Marshal DuHuven but the cases wore dismissed There were as usual only n few unimportant oases on the civil docket MastersonTassin James Alusterson and Miss Anna were nmrritd at Canuolton lust week Miss Tassiu is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Louis Tassin of Can nelton Mr Masterson is n son of Patrick Mastersou formerly of this city Ha is well known here mind nt StopheusportThey will reside at Troy lUll where Mr Masterson is engaged in conducting the Riverside hotel with his father Lodge Incorporates Breckonrldgo Lodge No 67 F and A M of Hardinsburg filed articles of incorporation at Frankfort Friday la no capital stock The lodge was incorporated order that bonds might be issued to provide money for the erection of the Masonic Temple at HardinsburR I Select Militia Site St Louis April 1GCol Noel Gaines Inspector General of the Ken tucky militia and Col Jewett T Henry of the Third Kentucky Regi ment have chosen a site just south of the Philippine reservation for the camp of four companies of KeiitncKy militia who will arrive at the Fair in Auguetii How ninny feathers on a rooster Gets a Good lJiice J D Seaton sold about 20000 lbs of dark tobacco last week to J D Brnshoar local buyer for the American Tobacco Co Mr Seaton received v3 s5 and 2 for his crop This is about the highest price that has been paid here by the above companymOjOkJSTOOKXjaL tBeareHgutuo et oHJoHZooH i tI 1++1020 I I Z Z I Z Z 1 HI I I I I 1 1 H +oH 1 lIt iJ M 1 r t ni THE STROLLERS II II By FREDERIC S ISHAM Author of Under the Rose K tK V iCopyright 1902 by THE DOWEN MERRILL COMPANY g IMkAMkMkA AAAtAA MkMrliAAMk rT AAAMkAA tie AAA AA A ttftirr iLt rIdrfo t ot oIooJ rtCHAPTER XXVIII N the will of the Marquis do UI Ic Ill probated yesterday all of tl property real and personal Ui I1Ct to his daughter Con K + wrote fnw In his paper f y ifuT the IXIIHK or the Ioren- chJ111 The dMinnnt states this d iiijM of property IIs made as an uU of atonement anti justice to my laughter whose mother I deserted taking advantage of the French law to annul my marriage In lEngland The legitimacy of the birth of this his only child Is thereupon fully acknowl edged by the marquis after a lapse of many years anti long after the heretofore unrecognised wife had died de alerted and forgotten Thrown on her pan resources the young chill with no other friend than Manager Parties battled with the world now playing In taverns or barns like the players of Interludes the strollers of old or vagabond as the great and mighty Jun his from his lofty plane termed them The story of that period of vagrant life adds one more chapter to the an pals of strolling players which already I Include such names as Kemble Stddons and Keen Prom the Junlus category to a pub lie favorite of Xew Orleans has been no light transition and now to appear In the role of daughter of a marquis and heirem to a considerable estatetruly- man and woman play many parts In this brief span caned life But In mak mar her sole heir the marquis specifies i condition which will bring regrets i many of the admirers of the actress robs her of her birthright from her other The will stipulates that the clplent give up her profession not ecaose It Is other than a noble one Jot that She may the better devote herself to the duties of her new posh than and by her beneficence and chart ty remove the stain left upon an hon ored name by my second wife the Duchess d Irena On the same day this public exposl t on appeared Barnes and the young tress were seated In the law office of rta I Culver a room overlooking nrtynrd brightened by statues and of lowers While the manager onstance waited for the attorney ir they were discussing not for time the pvlao of the will I i III i Straws bad regretfully al1 iM Hurnes foldln the news I iill ruiitulutd HtruwM article i it In his pocket you i riinly glue up the stag 11e i i MniIp1if tb disappointments the I IIiMiiri1 ihe slender reward v y mr other such an uc I Y rites iie last the people t i yc r rival I have i ht a rly1 of your fu I iI1 there U no de ilt iiu y I may leave you i Iyl curself Ia r t slit Ul rly V iiill lie tagethi- i 11 ii I IJy u ny lie re Ily nInI this legacy rid tickle public al a part f the lii lour he addtil- ui d nay uppluiul- ii rtIi myself or prattle liiiH Atyla while the bus j all lIB strutting below your v I y i urn to a blind bargain a Mile only caught after our j are gone and she seems not M sweet as when pursuing her our dreams Now reading the anxiety In his face as be watched her she smiled reassur ingly her glance full of love meeting bis- IJverythlngl shall be as you wish she aakl softly You know what Is bestThe managers face lighted percepti bly but before he could answer the lit Stud jar a moment v aiciuny mem eI or opened and Culver tho attorney entered With ruddy countenance mid youthful bearing In antithesis to the hair silvered with white he was one of those southern gentlemen who grow old gracefully The law was his task master ho practiced from a sense of iiitv hilt ever held that those who rushed to court were likely to repiai the experience of VoltaireI who haill twice ton ruined once when he lost u lawsuit the second time when he won owe Nevertheless people persisted In cowing to Culver wantonly welcoming unknown ills Well Miss Care v he now exclaim ed after warmlyI greeting his visitors have you disburdened yourself of prejudice against this estate Weultlii may be a little hardship at tlrst but soon you wont inliul It Not a hit spoke up Barnes Its as easy to get used to ne poverty and weve had plenty of that You know the other condition she said half defiantly half sadly You are to be with me always How can you teach nn old dog new tricks protested Barnes How can you make a tine mtin about town out of a heavy father The heavy father Is my father I never knew any other I am glad I never did- Iloity tolty he exclaimed acotHng Ily but pleased nevertheless You cant put me off that way shin said decisively with a suilden dash hi her eyes he knew too well to cross Either you leave the stage too or Of course my dear of course Then its all settled you will accept the incumbrance to which you have fallen heir resumed Culver Even It there bad been no will in your fa vor the state of Louisiana follows the French law and the testator can under no circumstances alienate more than halt Us property If he leave issue or descendants Had the old will re mained its provisions could not have been legally carried out The old will said Barnes Then there was another will One made before he was aware of your existence Miss Carew in favor of hiss ward Ernest SaintProsper Ernest SaintProsper Constances cheeks flamed crimson nod her quick start of surprise did not escape the observant lawyer Barnes too looked amazed over this unexpect ed Intelligence Saint Irosper was the marquis ward he cried The attorney transferred his gaze from the expressive features of his client to the open countenance of the manager Yes ho said And would here inherited this prop erty but for Constance Rxactly But you knew him Mr Homes T Iiqwas an occupant of the chariot sir replied the manager with some feeling We met In the Shadengo valley The company was In sore straits Itndeooto make a long story short be Joined our baud1 rind trav ersed the continent with us And mi lie was the marquis ward It seems almost Incredible Yew affirmed Culver when Gen ral PanMrosper hiss father died Kr nost SaintProsper who was then but n boy became the marquis ward and ri member of his household Well well bow things do come ibout ruminated Barnes To think le should have been the prospective heir and Constance the real one Where iis he wow asked the attorney thoughtfully lIe Pius gone to Mexico enlisted But how do you know he Tied expectations The marquis told me about a quarrel they had had He was a stanch Imperialist the young man as firm a republican What would he the natural outcome They imrted In bitter anger And then the marquis made him his heir exclaimed the manager Incredu ously How do you reconcile that The attorney smiled Through the Oddity of my client Draw up my ivlll said the marquis to me one tiny leaving all my property to this repub lican young dog That will cut off the llstant relatives who made the sign of the cross behind my hack as though I were the evil one They expect It all lie expects nothing It will ho a rare Joke I leave them my affection and the privilege of having musses said for my soul The marquis was always af a satirical temperament So It seems commented the mana ger But ho changed his mind and his will againsAfter he mot Miss Carets Met me exclaimed Constance troused from a maze of reflection Near time cathedral lIe walked and talked with you That poor old man And then canto here acknowledged upthohnulThat accounts for a call I had from him cried Homes telling tho story of the marquis visit Strange I did not suspect something of the truth at the time ho concluded for his manner was certainly unusual A perplexed light shone In the girls eyes She clasped anti unclasped her hands quickly turning to tho lawyer Tholr quarrel was only a political difference she asked at length Yes sold the other slowly Saint Prosper refused to support tho fugitivei king Throughout the parliamentary government tho restoration under Louis XVIII and tho reign of King Chnrlca X tho marquis hind ever n devout faith in tho divine right of iimnnwlis lie annulled his marriage 5 i In England with your mother to marry the Duchoss dArgous n relative ot the royal princess Hut Charles ab dictated and the duchess died All this however Is painful to you Miss Carew Only such as relates to my mother she replied In n clear tone I suppose I should feel grateful for this fortune Inn I am afraid I do not Please goon Culver leaned hack In his chair his gliince bent upon a discolored statue of Psyche in the courtyard Had the marquis attended to ids garden like Cnndide or your humble servant and eschewed the company of kings he might have teen as care free as he was wretched Ills monarchs were knocked down like ninepins Louis XV11I was n man of straw Charles X n feather top and Louis Philippe a toy ruler Time marquis domestic life was ns unblcat as his political career The frail duchess left him a progeny of scan dais These the only offspring of the iniquitous dame were piquantly dross ed In the journals for public parade Fancy then his delight In disinherit ing his wifes relatives timid leaving you his daughter his fortune and his nameIlls name she repeated sadly With averted face she watched the fountain In the garden If he hind given It to my mother she continued but nowI do not care for It Her nome Is nil I want Her voice train bled and she exclaimed passionately I should rather Mr SaintProsper would keep the property and Imy work After denying my mother wad deserting her how can I accept anything front him Under tho new will said Culver IttilO estate does not revert to Mr Saint Prosper in any event Hut you might divide It with him he n 1clBU denly How could I do that she asked without looking up Marry him laughed the attorney limit the jest met with scant response his fair client remaining motionless as- a statue while Barnes gazed at her furtively Culvers smile gradually faded Uncertain how to proceed re alizing his humor lied somehow ails carriedI he was not sorry when the manager arose saying Well my dear It Is time wo wore at tho theater Wont you accept this nosegay from ray garden Miss Carew urged the lawyer in a propitiatory tone ns they were lenvlng And the attorney not only accompa nied them to the door but downstairs to the street whore he stood for n moment wAtching them drive down the relturnednssumpItlonmounted to his room Culver you certainly put your foot III It that tune he muttered How she froze nt my suggestion Has there been some passage of arms between them Apparently lint here mil I Hindering over romances with nil this legal business staring me In the fare Ills glance swept n chaos of declara lions bills affidavits and cleans Confound the musty old courthouse and the hustling Yankee lawyers who set such a disturbing pace There Is no longer gentlemanly leisure In New Or leAns He seated himself with a sigh before n neglected brief In the 1I8tl1n0 the towers of the cathedral could he seen reminding time attorney of the nil jacent halls of justice In the scraggy looking square with Its turmoil Its beggars nnd aijie women In the loli bles Its itfrlent offensive smell its rickety Gdms Its labyrinth of pea sages and IIts babel of tongues Above him how vr the plaster bust cf Jus tinian 01 1 of those blank sightless eyes com loucd the contemplation of the garden as though turning from the complex jurisprudence of the un dents mina moderns to the simple ex litcnco of butterflies HIM flowers To be Continued Sciatic Rheumatism Cured III have been suoject to scintlo rheumatism for years says E H Waldron of Wilton Junction Iowa My joints were stilt and gave much pain and discomfort My joints would crack when I straightened up- I used Chamberlains Pain Balm nnd have been thoroughly cured Have not had a pain or ache from the old trouble for many months It is cer tinnly a most wonderful liniment For sale by Short A Haynes Buy Fine German Coach C B Shannon of Lafayette Ind representing J Croncii Son pro prietors of tho Lafayette Stock Farm Lafayette Ind has sold to a stock company at Derby Ind a tine black German Coach stallion The animal is three years old is sixteen and a half hands high and weighs 1075t pounds His number is 3UU7 and his name is Faust The price paid was 3400 The stock company is Known as the Derby German Coach Horse company and is composed of eighteen well irnown men of Derby A Cure For Headache Any man woman or child suffering from headache hilionsnossor a dull drowsy feeling should take ono or two of DeWitts Little Early Risers night and morning These famous little pills are famous because they quo a tonio ns welt ns n pill While they cleanse the system they strengthen nud reouild it by their toniceffect upon tho liver and bowels Spld by All Druggist How many feathers on a rooster +1++i +++ +++ +i ++i + ++ H +i 1+ H +++ ++ ADDOLLOFS WILL II- t++ H14+ FF++++++++++++h1 F+H+++I + FF4FF++++14++ 1dd +++ I Mr Frantz Plukson of this city has discovered a very unique character in Mr Addollof Kluukonbauer Mr Kluckenbanors writings are in fact more unique than himself The following is his will which is publish ed for the first time- lorerport Ky July 1 1001 My name is Acldollof Kluckenhauer and I am alifo yet bud in der expec tation cf being let nIt nay future dime I nicks dis my histd writings nnd statement dispoosiog of nil my property on whnteffer street id is situated mud whereffer foundt Remember I didnt make no statement before derfore if I tilt it is solemnly revoked In der first hlnee I gifo to ray belofed vile all der property what ish her own vich I dunk is enof to holt during her natural life time Yen her natural lifn is offer den I want id to be mine some wore In tier Fecond bluce I gife for keeps to my son Frank my saw blame und hatchet provitert he dont sell them I also gife him some dollars and cents to be pnid ml tier rate of 10000 n year proviteil fader dot tier is dot mnoh InI my treasury effery yenrund it tier treasury is empty den Frank loses In der third ulace I gife to mine only daughter der piano footstool und Makes a Clean Sweep Theres nothing like doing a thing thoroughly Of nil the Salvos you ever hennl of BnoklensArnicn Salve is time host It sweeps away nnil cures Barns Sores Bruises Cuts Boils Ulcers Skin Eruptions and Piles Its only Ma and guaranteed to give antis faction by Short Haynes Druggists World Reunion of Baptists The Baptists of the world will hold a reunion in London England during LU05 The conclave is n result of the suggestion made in the Baptist Argus ni Louisville publication which up eured about three months ago The proposition hns met with furor and has not only been approved liy tho large cities of tho North nnd South hut by EnglandI Germany Walls Scotland and Cnumln How ninny fentners on u rooster I I LionHeads cut Lion Packages and l 2 cent in to the reg ular premiums one vote in I contest dlil dog wad also 3940 vioh sho will limit in my joins vest inside pocket upstairs Die money is nod for der use of any policeman base hall player or any husband she might hafe If she breaks Us rill oho breaks a very good instrument III der Iiistdblace I vent my property so dlvisioned dot all off my children whereffer located hafe what i hate villed towit horepy nil to my vift some to my daughter and a little to mine son de palance to stbay in mv treasury as long aa I am d jt When I hafe been let long enof I viflh my executors to be paid oft in Golfer nment ponds so dev can qnit der jop In anodiler blace When I hafe been det too long den I want my estate I waited up so id wont run any honker und expressly vish my executors to gife eomedings out of my estate to Soma town vich tune nod got a fire department Stat Addollof Klnckenbauer Vitnesses Jacob Swcetgum Chon Swiftskin Des papers was slut in tier bresence oil nil of ns who was dere ad tier same time Jacob Sweetgnm Chon SwiftsKin Court of Appeals Louisville and Evansville Packet Co vs Barnes Daviesa petition for rehearing filed v1 Ayers Davies submitted htohlitzbauui vs Ohio submitted A Thoughtful Man M M Austin of Winchester lad knew what to do in the hour of need His wife had such an unusual case of stomach anti liver trouble physicians could not help her He thought of and tried Ur Kings New Life Pills and sho got relief at once and was finally cured Only Sic nt Short A Haynes Drug Store To Learn Drug Ivan Bates of Tarfork has gone to Owensboro to learn the drug business with his uncle S S McCartv Grand stamp addition FAILC attendance estimates Woolson estimate 3af50OOO 100000 J6OOOO 100000 20OOO 100000 10000 100000 100000 100000 J2oioOOOO CloverportPlaning Mill GREGORY Prop LUMBERDOORS DOORSSASH SASHBLINDS DOOR WINDQW SCREENS SHINGLESLATHS LATHSLIME BRICK CEMENT ROOFING ETC L MOORMAN- DENTISTOfllco Hardware Store Prompt attention Special attention FINE GOLD FILLINGS AND CROWN and BRIDGE WORK Prices Moderate Satisfaction Guaranteed Correct for Men wemnke suit you depend CORRECTNESS STYLE EXCELLENCE TAILORING RELIABILITY FABRIC H Hunsche Casper Cannelton Ind Gasoline for sale News Office H DeN MOORMAN Attorney Law- t1ARDINSBUR6 KY profession nrfICienrldc adjoining Special Attention collecting road cases criminal prmtlct practice States District IIurdlnsburK QtJOOOCash Given AI W 10 Users of LION COFFEEare going to be more liberal than 1901 Lion Coffee Not only will the LionHeads cut from the packages be good heretofore for the valuable premiums we have always given our customers IIn Addition to the Regular free Premiums the samp LionHeads entitle you estimates 5000000 Grand Prize Contests which will make some patrons rich men and women You send many estimates desired There will TWO CF2EAT CONTESTS Tho contest will the July 4th attendance the Louis Worlds Fair the second relates Total Vote President cast 1904 2000000 distributed each contests making 4000000 the two and make more interesting addition this amount will give a I First Prize of5000n00 Five from Coffee entitle you free either fireman shonldt Commonwealth commonwealth Business WORLDS cIJro s tJ F What will the total July 4th at the Louis worlds Fair Chicago July 4 1893 tbd attendance was 233273 For nearest correct received In Spice Com panys office Toledo Ohio on or before Juno 30th 1904 we will give first prize for the nearest correct second prize to the next nearest etc etc as follows 1 First 1 Second Prize Prizes each Prizes 10 Prizes Prizes COOO 60 Prizes 2000 260 Prizes 1000 260000 1800 Prizes 600 000000 2139 PRIZES TOTAL e 6 CO AND J over Oclzon to all kinds of Denta Work to Dress 7 If your this fall can on OP OF OF J With May Co at at win prartlco his In all ot tho Courts ot and coun ties given to and License to In United Courts OIDce over Bank jf J We ever iq to users of as but will to in our of our can in as as be first be on at St to For to bo Nov 8 will be in of these on to it still in to we to be St At Prize 2 B 20 IcorJtestI IvoteI I every Lion Coffee Pack age The 2 cent stamp covers the expense of our acknowledgment to timate you that is your eS1 i IIPNtj1 U Co mil liAr vOTE CONTEST- What will be the total Popular Vote cost for President votes for all candidates combined at the election November Sl0011 In 1900 election 139S9653 people voted for President For nearest correct estimates received In Woolson Spice Cos office Toledo 0 on or before Nov 5 1904 we will give first prize for the nearest cor rect estimate second prize to the next nearcatetcetcas follow 1 First Prize J26000O 1 1 Second Prize 100000 2 Prizes S5000O each 100000B Prizes 20000 100000 10 Prizes 10000 100000 20 Prizes 6OOO 100000 60 Prizes 2000 100000 260 Prizes 1000 2600001800 Prizes 600 000000 i 2139 PRIZES TOTAL J2OOOOOO 11 4279 PRIZES 4279Distributed to tho Publicaggregating S4500000In addition to which WI shall give 5000 to Grocers Clerks see particulars In LION COFFEE cases making a grand total of 5000000 COMPLETE DETAILED PARTICULARS IN EVERY PACKAGE OF LION COFFEE A4 t WOOLSON SPICE CO CONTEST DEPT TOLEDO OHIO 1 1l c Y j fThe= Breckenrid e Jevs1WEDNESDAY APRIL 20 1004 BIG CUT IN PIANO AND ORGAN PRICES Kimball Company Inaugurate Big Sale Account Store Altera tions 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 AlONEYSAVING OPPORTUNITY EVER OFFERED r Easy Payments Offered to All Sale Begins Monday April U Continues Only Twelve Days C Thoso who may bo contemplating the purchase of a pinna organ or piano player will havo an opportun ity in the next twelve days to supply home and family with a good instrument at n very decided moneysaving priceThe reason fcr this great cut in the price of our entire stock is simply this Carpenters painters end decorators will take possession of our warewouis about May 1 whore extensive alterations are to be made which will necessitate the cleaning out of a large portion of our stuck not only to wake room for the workmen but to get it out nfthe rubbish and dust arising from the work which is rnhous to the highly polished surfaces of pianos Then too we have quote a number J of new pianos in various good makes in last seasons onse designs that we not only desirn but will close out if a deer out in the price will move them and wo know it will for they- are very desirable pianos in ovary tway slight changes in the carving of BQino of the later designs having been madeBut in order to free our floors of a large portion of the instruments for the alteration of tho store tho entire I i stook is offered at 25 to CO per contI oil of regular established retail pricesEvery j r instrument will be tagged anti marked in plain figures both as to the regular retail prices and theII 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 concessionsIWo cannot quote any prices hero and to appreciate the great money saving opportunity an early call of in vestigation is necessary for we hoI hove these great bargains will g + i quickly However as an illustration of bargains in good pianos and organs weI offer the following Five plain cased upright pianos dependable in every way former retail price 200 250 and 275 toI close at 127 147 to 103 Terms 10 to 25 cash 5 to tl0 h monthly or cash Nine parlor size uprights various standard made pianos in exception ally pretty carved cases in oak ma l 4 hogany and figured walnut former + paces 300 325 and 3350 to close tjat 1U8 227 to 287ITerms 15 to 30 cash and U tc 10 per month or cash iNumerous highest nines pianos that t retail regularly for 375 400 42iIz and 150 to close at 243 207 287 to 208 Terms 15 to 25 cash and 8 to 10 per month or cash f All others at proportionate dis ioountsihave some exceptional bargains in used upright pianos and square v pianos ranging in price from 25 tot r 150 i Organs organs organs I Fifty or i guns to close out at less than half t value on easy monthly payments 9 Used high top organs in splendid con fiditton as good as new to close 27 to I 55Fine new organs worth 75 10 110 to 185 to close at 47 53 U7 to 7- 8lerma 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 283 St Ann at- Owensboro4 Ky t L suv A Remedy That No One Is Afraid To Take Dr Thachcrs Liver and Blood Syrup has been used in thousands of homes for fiftytwo years with perfect confident and the most remarkable results The great success of this remedy is due to the fact that its formula which con sists of Buchu Hydrangea Mandrake Yellow Dock Dandelion Sarsaparilla Gentian Senna and Iodide of Potassium has been freely published Doctors and Druggists everywhere do hot hesitate to recommend a preparation which they know contains the best known remedies for correcting all irregularities of the Liver Kidneys or Blood and the diseases caused by the failure of these functions to perform their proper workThousands of sick ones to whom life has been a burden have written grateful letters that others might profit by their experience BLOOMING GaoxE Tax Nw 13 1102 Iwas suffering terribly with lndiz llou and kidney trouble and tent to my druggist for something to relieve me As he sent me a package of Dr Thuchera Liver and mood Syrup I concluded to try it and now I am deeply grateful to my druggist as well as to you I had been a sufferer from these things and a general rundown condition for ten learand had only received temporary reli other medicines But after living not quite two packages of your IiTer and Blood Syrup Ifeel RS stout and hearty ai I ever did in my life and I am satisfied that I am entirely cured I feel no symptoms whatever of kidney trouble and my digestion is as good an any living mans I can now eat whatever I choose I never had any remedy give me such quick and permanent relief and I can not put a cor rect cellmate on the value your medicine has been to me I would not take any amount of money for It Very gratefully yours J C BROWN If you nerd a mfiltrlite irrlle totiny for a free miinnla bottle and lr Tiuchers Jlralth Mack Girt ymt totn for nitrite Me tliniilit ask you to try it at our ex pence We fcnoip trhat it will tin For Said b1y all Druggists tico sizes59 cents and 100 X11J011ER XEniQiyjJ Co- Chnftnnoopa Tens Fence Rail Philosophy Ifrom Farm Life Keep fooling away and itioces will keep unity Belief in worry hits caused many a niim to worry If there is any following to be lone let the other fellow do Iit Parting trio hAir in the middle dont balance u fellrs mind Thebitd habits of a horse cnn only be cured with horse sense Farming is like u wiieolbumm i takes push to iniike it go Within his income is tho only place on earth where u man can live hap pilyDecision counts in farming the snide as in any other business say yes or nonever tMrhanss In addition to big crops the right sort of a man can raise a big lot of happiness on a mighty small farm The fellow that quarrels with a woman is always in the wrong some whore between the beginning and the end The man that wants but little here below ought to be satisfiedl with an investment in the steel or shipbuild tug trust The follow that Is hurt by having to borrow money most generally has a paroxysm of pain ut just the thought of paying it back Some fellows sit aronncl town and whittle more chips with a jackknife in a day than they will make with an ax on the woodpile in n week Best Cough Medicine for Children When you buy ft cough medicine for small children you want one in which you can place implicit con fidence You want one that not only relieves but oures You want one that Is unquestionably harmless You want one that IS pleasant to take Chamber lains Cough Remedy meets all of these conditions There is nothing as good fir the couahs and colas inci dent to childhood It is nlfon certain preventive and cure for oroup and tnere 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 A Haynes The Gossips Way Iron the Philadelphia Press Miss GaussipIts easy to tell wncn a mans been drinking Mr Goodart Yes so easy that even if he hasnt you go ahead and tell it any way Capt Merrys Address The News is in receipt ofliThe Fu ture of Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana an address delivered by- CoptJ F Merry at a banquet of the Illinois Central Laud Agents Associa tion of Illinois and Iowa held at the Auditorium Chicago January 14 1904 The booklet contains fourteen p tges and gives a fair idea of how sections of these states which Ue traversed by the Illinois Central and theYazoo and Miss sippi Valley railroads have prospered during the receut years and a favorable prediction of their future prosperity 4 y r POLITICAL COMMENT Looking For Harmony Some of the Kentucky politician at Washington resent Clevelands In dorsement of Judge Parker for Pros dent We thins it is all right Now If W J Bryan would come out Cor Parker we would begin to think hut moray was ah int to visit the partvout more Fulton Commercial Serene Old Kentucky Kentucky io serene and sane onco more Iud it is homemade serenity an natural sanity in nowise due to the doctors at Washington Kentucky is in condition for practical use a f her voice and votes in the comIng rally of sane Democracy Somers Journal Gifts of Gab Not Wanted The objection to Judge Parker be cause he will not tall is not well taken Neither party has ever show itself enamored of the man with the gift of gab Owensboro Inquirer One Wise Conclusion The Democrats of the country seen to have made up their minds that it would be little less than politi enl in sanity to ro from bud to worse bj dropping Brynn and taking up Hearst Kansas City Star Before the nlrror It requires n brave lUau to atani up against error in his own politi on party says Mr Bryan smilin sweetly before the mirror Wanting ton Poet A Bad Judge It is possible tlmt Bryan roall thinks Hearst Is fit to be President Bryan it will be recalled thought hlmRelEHt to be Prueident KRIISA City Journal The Partys fUsiortunc It is the misfortune of the Demoora tic ports that it always nas H class or Democrats who while madly fightinj Republicanism as they imagine an regards its valuable Resets to the Republican themselves And it Is this class of Democrats that is font of yelling traitor at Democrats win seek to tight Democracys battles ii It rational waynnerset Journal Proof of Parkers Strength Tne Republican papers are onpyiii ipprovingly the opinion of Mr Bryai Unit Judge Parker is not available ai8 a Democratiu candidate for the pre iidenov Ooorgotown Times A disordered stomach may cause m mil of trouble When the stomach mils to perform its functions the lowola become deranged the liver anti idueys congested causing numerous liseases tho moat fatal of which are wiultKw and therefore I the more to tu treaded Tne important thing is to ostore the stomach and liver to u wealthy condition and for this pur pose no better prepuratim can be used than Chamberlains Stomach and Liv er Tablets For Sale by Short do 1aynesRival of Mammoth Cave Coltssnl Cavern two miles from laumioth Cave will be explored by the engineers of the Louisville and tashvillo railroad to its limits in the Immediate future ITho cavern has already been explored to the distance of lye miles and the subterranean for nations are siiid to surpass in beauty and size even those of Mammoth Juvo a short distance away The interior of the cave is perfectly white and has never been stained by he smoke of torches the only ligits hat have been carried inside up to this time being acetyline guts The lave was for years thought to be only 1Ii small excavation and its tnagui nde was first discovered by a native tamed Hunt Louisville Courier journal Want Smoot Expelled Mesdames J F VinchellMnry San ersWaUer Weatherholt HWCockrel C C Whitehead Alva Ryan Henry ate G race England and numerous other women of Tobinspott Ind have etitioned Congress to expel Senator teed Smoot Washington telegram to Indianapolis Star A IlrltlNli Treasure In the Jewel house of the Tower of London the place where tho crown tad other royal Insignia are kept there III a book bound throughout In gold eel1 to the wires of tho hinges Its hasp Is two rubies set nt opposite mis of four golden links On ono stile here Is a cross of diamonds on the other the English coat of arms set In llamonds pearls and rubles Aptly UlNerlhed I have been courting her for two ears said the disconsolate one and II am certain that she will refuse me when I propose Ah that Is interesting sold tho amateur photographer a sort of unde reloped negative Plttsburg Press He Dropped In You dont object to a contributor Iropplng Into poetry once In awhile I Resume said the visitor with an af nble smile Certainly not sir Sit down replied the editor pushing the waste paper basket toward him d 1 1 U Silver Plale that Wears The trade mark 4 1847Rogers on Spoons Forks etcl is a guar antee of quality the world over The prefix 1847 insures the genuine Rogers quality For sale by leading dealers everywhere Send for catalogue No 6 to International Sliver Co Meriden Conn Out of Consideration for the Mule I rum the Washington Star Why ilout you try to drive list mule without profanity It wouldnt do any good answered the canal boatman It nint fair to the mule to auk it to start in at its time o life to learn a whole lot of polite syn onyms Good fur CMWrcN Tho pleasant to take and harmless One Minute Cough Cure gives im mediate relief in all eases of Cough Group and LaUrippe because it doe I not pass immediately into the atom noh but taxes offset right at tbe seat Of the trouble It draws out the in I llainuiation Meals and soothes and cures permanently by enabling the ItingB to contribute pure lifegiving nnd life sustaining oxygen to the blood and tissues One Minute Cough Cure is pleasant to take and it id good bilge for young and ole Sold by All DrnllilllLI1 There were two nubntltntc fur ran ilp8 flu one was the njuient oil lump tbe eronKle Frwirh cretisoti n trlanxu tar inHiil muter with an upright hook at tin base to llIP hung up by fliers 1 was tin inner snu vr movable to nnul 1 uatu tin use of the oil At the apex of the aiitfte was flame roinlnj from n wick made of pitch of ruht14 which i must lie tIt at full moon as the tin me was thought to wax and wane with the 1110011 It ant at any other time The other substitute for the enml I tent the bog candle It wee made by spliltinv up the resinous lop of the primeval firs that are fouud luilteiidtd In the ogllIThey were left to dry nt the f11 IlpI over the crook or chain tlmt held up the pot OTBT the SIre Tbe candlestick called Ute neermaii was a stone with a hole In Its renter Into which was lix cd n pillar of wool about four feet high I and tipped with a cleft piece of trout trite which tho candle fitted The nose I of the candle wea always turned to the door IMnckwooda Magaslne I Wliou Jniniii M liililN Arc Jilted A laimnextt woman when nlmntlomsl by her loves takes a peculiar and pie tiirewiuo revenge When she no longer line any doubt ns to his faithlessness she gets up In the mldillo of the night and puln on a pletiMlnt dresw and womlen 8iindal Attitehcd to her henddr H8 slut ciirrUn three lighted candles situ suspended to I her neck hangs a stimuli mirror She takes In her loft hand a small straw tlligy of tho faithless one and in her right n hammur and nails Walking gravely to the sanctuary she Heleets one of the sacred trees and mills the olllgy securely to tho trunk She then prays for the death of the traitor vowing thnt If her wish Is grunted she will take out the mills which trouble her god since they are fastened tba sacred tree Night after night site conies to tho tree adding one or two nails anti repeating her prayers persuaded that the god will not hesi tate to snerlllco tilt man to save thoI tree London Mall A Plural Mystery The Chinese Japanese and Siamese nre peculiarly skillful at botanical fouls Ono of their wonderful achieve meats Is known as the changeable rose This bloom Is white In the shade and red In the sunlight Aftor night or III a lurk room this curiosity of the too family Is a pure waxy white blossom When tninsfurriid to the open tilt tho transformation Im immediately steps in the time of time on tire change of the Ihiwei trout white to roil deiNundlng on tho degree of sun light und warmth First the petals take on n kind of washed or faded blue color timid rapidly change to a faint blush of pink Tho pink gradually deepens In hue until you liml that your lily whlto rose of an hour before is as red as the reddest peony that ever bloomed Auction In China To a stranger a Chinese auction Is a most curious spectacle The auctioneer leans over a slightly elevated counter and exhibits his wares lie says noth lug neither does the bidder who merely steps forward to tho auctioneer and runt his ringers up his sleeve making pressure on the salesmans arm thus Indicating how much ho will pay for tho article Then mother and another repeat tho action until tho onQ signify lug tho highest price receives the ur title without a word being exchanged on either side Only tho auctioneer and the successfull bidder know thet price offered and accepted l I f m NN N 4 N ii Bank of HardinsburgOFFICERS 1 + F BBAUD PRBSIDKNT M H nARD Cashier in DIRBCTORS p Morris Eskridge G W Heard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson 13 F Beard J 0DrA M Kincheloe D S RlcbRnlsolliI Insured against loss by fire or I Interest paid on time deposits burglaryii +++ ++ G + ++++ 0 0 0 W0 ON The Breckinridge Bank Cloverport Ky Capital Stock 45100 Surplus 7000 Incorporated Organized lit 1872 t w II BOWMER President A 13 SKIUMAN Cashier DR F UGHTFOOT V Iras CIIAS B SKIUMAN Asst Cashier Accounts of Firms Individuals and Corporations solicited Any business entrusted to us will receive prompt MUll careful attention Stornge place for packages in our fireproof vault furnished our customers free NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL iUdDERN IMPROVEMENTS Interest paid on time deposits Q sOQe8eO aSS a c9S 8A QfDtB6iW i First State Bank I IRVINOTON KY 9 W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VictPresident- O IL E KEMPKR Cashier p JAcOmts of Cor rations FiraiM and individuals nolicited O g Interest Paid on Time Deposits m 8gOt8 sessGeesosec + NtI1lm ibtlSIl906A N Ir THE Fifth Avenue w HOTEL j Louisville Ky t 8 PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr it foo Io Only Line running thron Ivntonally Conducted Kx 0tciirslon SliiiHm Lou 11111 CALIFORNIA NEW His Now the the matt not how any this the the tact and rect in the and some abil The and only hotel In tbe city SCA9 rate lIIaII1IIpns block from Ute and two from the fJ eat pass tbe door to parts fl tbe and afetli7ist Uas e HH8H- i 96ti ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD i B nail j elal elj i i O li e 10 O to nodUs pt5 CEyT9 AgIlROPO aodIOne Way liniiiid trip Rat 9- titlio First Rg each month IBEST LINE TO SPRINGS ARK Z 0For Itrftrrtptlvr Matter California New OrlciuiHCIrcnlHrNdpiMTlptlre eor fjiiuls tin SUM ami through tlcktiN apply niiireAt railroad agent Kyd0AOOOt9000 00 ooo 00- ii DAN DROOLS CO I 0 LIVE STOCK i COMMISSION HERCHANTS a KYiii CENTRAL YARDS LOUISVILLE 00 0000 I ButterickPatterns New ones May J Bbbge agt I Lt The Business nan and StenographerF- rom tho Yor Sun To the Editor of SunSir That average business does know to dictate letter properly is root necessarily reflecton on his general jute ligence education Every really knows It is business of a well qualified steno grapher to supply deficiency in his employers literary attainments He should have the ability to cor quietlyall errors dictation whether grammatical rhetorical always preserving dictators style language far possible There are employers however capable practlal men of executive r 1 t most centrally located flntclnu Only shopping district blocks tpeincipsitheatres Street all city- Everything neat clew f1 iiciil Low M In effect Southwest on ai Third Tutmday In f 5s HOT solders of In tli to or g- uddnHK e 0 0 0 0+ 0 0 STOCK 0 0 0 + 0 for D Lt a or Competent stenographer or as as of ul a m + mity who although their cducatio may have been sufficient are almost II void of any Hteray senseyet they are HO stub born in their notions of written KI gush that they do not take kindly to the cor rectio s of their stenographers no mat ter how tactfully executed Such em ployers may be better satisfied wit n an amanuensis who transcribes notes just as they are dictated right or wrong anti that is about all the majority IIf ste nographers ever pretend to do anyway The real difficulty with the nxvrage business man is that he ia not as yet ed ucated up to the full and proper tie of the stenographer It is up to the aver age stenographer to impart this educa tion but he must educate himself first J rr7 tirer F 1 iA t fytlM r A iy fI Nasal- GATARRH1 I the diseased membrane- Itcureecatarrh and drives i away a cold In the head aulckbjCrcuiu Hnlm Ii placed Into tho nostrils spreads I over the membrane and Is absorbed Relief It Im mediate and a cure follows It Is not drying docs not produce sneezing Large Size 60 cents at Drug gist or by mall j Trial Size 10 cents ELY BUOTHEKS M Warren Street New York BRECKENR1DGE NEWS UNO D ant V G Q 43 AGE Editors and Proprietors Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year or 125 if paid at the end of year CARDS OKTH ANKS over five lines charged or at the rate of 10 rents per line OBITUARIES charged for at tho rate of 5 1tA per line Money In advance u Examine tho label on your paper If It Is not correct t louse notify us UU When ordering 11 change in tho odd subscribers should glvo their old us well as the now address EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY APRIL 20 IDOl The Burley dealers are all pinching themselves for selling so early lint they all made good money and are not kicking very hard In the Democratic tllte convention at Albany N Y Monday thA dele gates were instructed by a vote o 301 to 110 for Judge Alton B Parker as the States candidate for president Suits tiled against Stare banks for bactf taxes among them the suits of Frank A Lucas auditors agent wer dismissed in the different oounty courts of Kentucky Monday The passage of the repealing th Internal revenue tax of 0 cents a pound on leaf tobacco by the lowe- house of Congress on Monthly comes as good news to the farmers as iit will mean free trade in leaf tobacco and an open market for them The B F Beard Tobacco Co of Hardinsburg sold last week a lot of Burley at the handsome price of 14 30 round 1850 being the top price This is a good sale and shows that Breckeimdgo Burleys stand well iin the market This company has on hands now over 8000000 pounds of dark tobaccos which have also ad vanced about 1 per hundred They are not offering any of these grade on the market believing the time iis Hot yet ripe for selling They tire not afraid of the trust anti dont have to sell until the market suits them Its n fine thing for any community to have men in business with plenty of capital who know their business and are pot afraid to invest their money These are the won who do more to keep the trusts in line than any other force No trust on earth olin knock out the independent man the man who knows his business and is not afraid There is no telling how low the price of tobacco would have gone had it not been for this firm the only independent buyers in this marKet We hope this company will make a big pile of money on their dark purchase continue to grow and expand and hold the trusts in line Important Decision In the court of appeals Friday the case of the Louisville and Evansville Packet company appealed from the Breckenridge circuit court was ref versed The circuit court decided at the February term that the a Dove company had a right to sell liquor on its boats as the Ohio ri ver was net included in the loom option district The decision of the higher court makes bars on the boats that land at this point a thing of the past Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to nnre deaf ness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition to the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube When this tube gets inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed deafness is the result and unless the inflammation be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition hear- Ing will be destroyed forever nine cases ont of ten are caused by catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed con dition of the mucous surfaces a Wo will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by citarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Care Send for circu lars freeF if J ChenevCo Toledo O Sold by Druggists 75c Halls Family Pills are the best HARDINSBURG Dr WalKer will be in CURter April 10 to 23 W N Pate of Balltown was in the city Saturday Henry DeH Moorman spent Sunday at Ulendeano Miss Mary Lewis of Brandenburg is visiting Miss Eva L Hensley Dr W A Walker will be in Ouster April 10 to 23 to do dental work Franklin Kincheloe spent Sunday at Union Star the guest of friends Coleman E Haswell spent Snnday and Monday here with his family Dr J C bush will be in Hardins burg Monday May 0 for one week Win F Miller of Big Spring was in town Monday on a business trip Dr W A Walker will be in Custer April 10 to 23 to do dental work Mr and Mrs F P Payne of Clovprport were in the city Monday George Drnry of Bewleyville was in town last Friday on a business tripHenry F HaP of Rockvale was in town last Saturdar on n business tripH H Kemper and W S Hopper of Irvington were in the city Thurs daySam and Proctor Keith of Clover port spent Sunday here the guests of friendsThe will givI a picnic here on July 4 The railroad will give reduced rates Dr J B 1ry mire of Preston was in the city last Thursday on a pro fessional visit Dr Walker will be in Custer April 10 to 2- 3Arthur Scott returned to Louisville Monday after n visit to Mr and Mrs ScottfR A Smith of Stephensport was here visiting his mother Mrs Amanda Smith Friday Miss Alice Baker returned home SeIklelen at Bnrgin Mr and Mrs Enoch Norton of Garfield are visiting Mr and Mrs Kincheloee Irvin Richardson of Garfield was PaulrCompton Friday Dr William Milner of Union Star was the guest of Dr ana Mrs A M Kinaheloe last week The Rev Daniel F Shacklett of Louisville was the guest of the Rev and Mrs W V Harrell Sunday Miss Enla Hensley has returned home from a visit to Mr and Mrs R S Skillman at btephensport Miss Mary Richardson M Union Star who huts been visiting her sister Mrs Percy M Beard returned home last week Bibs Miry Belle Bashaui and A V Whitworth of Union Star were the guests of Mr and Mrs Gus D Shell man lSunday Anilrbw Crawford null C M Me Gloihlan of Union Star were in town on business with the county judge j last Wednesday Mrs Hilhaiy Mattingly left Monday for Terre Haute Ind to join her husband who has secured n position at that place The Republican County Convention will meet here next batnrday A full attendance is desired from every neighborhoodII Miss Nell Moorman who has been visiting Gen and Mrs David R Murray returned to her home at Glendeano Tuesday Mrs Henry Greenwell was the j fortunate one to receive the prize ol n set of silver knives and forks given a hay by the Modern Remedy Co County Attorney Gus Brown has been confined to his home the past few days on account of illness His ninny friends hope for his speedy recovery Win E Mullinl of Louisville was in the city a few days last week He was at the throttle when the first train pulled into Hardinsburg on Jan nary 1 18- 01Spring Humors Come to most people and cause many troubles pimples boils Dud other eruptions besides loss of appetite that tired feeling fits of biliousness indigestion and headache Tho sooner one gets rid of thorn the better and the way to get rid of them and to build up the system that has suffered from them is to take Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Forming in combination the Spring Medicine par excellence cl unequalled strength in purifying the blood as shown by unequalled radical and per manent cures of Scrofula Salt Rhoum Scald Head Bolls Pimples All 1 Kinds of Humor Psoriasis Blood Poisoning Rheumatism Catarrh Dyspepsia Eta Accept no substitute but be sure to get Hoods and get it today Misses Annie Lee Bandy of Irving ton and Llzzio Fisher of Rockvale were guests of Miss Lytio Fordthe first of the week Dr Walker will be in Custor April 10 to 23 A protracted meeting commenced at the M E church South Monday Th6 Rev P C Dnvnll of Elizabeth town presiding elder of this district will assist the paftor the Rev W F Hogard Jnbal Honk Jr who has been sick the past few days was taken to Louis vile Monday for the purpose of hltvI tag an operation performed He was accompanied by his physician Dr J 1 Baker anti his brother W F HookState Senator Gus Richardson of Gaston was here Saturday mingling with his friends and incidentally telling them that he would he a can didate to succeed himself He is very popular in his party and with the peo pie generally and will probably bo renominated without oPPosition A state senate le to be elected next year Louisville Live Stock Market Reported by Dan StockYards Louisville April 18 Arrivals were fairly liberal Market generally was slow however all the best grades of butcher cattle sold around steady prices common kinds were dull and sold slow 4 ly at 5 to lOc decline from last Momday supIplyheldily except the common grades which are usually hard to wrk off Bulls 4 canners fresh cows acid springers un changed Chicago had a record break er in th cattle line reporting 41000 head and lO to iic decline this caused buyers to feel bearish and all the heavy cattle sold 10 to 20c lower and a dull market prevailed for all the offerings Calves Market for choice veals tiOt- o 5 common and heavy calves 83 to 4 Hogs There was a moderate run on sale Market opened with early sales being made at steady prices which were as follows Choice cornfed hogs165 Ihs 1 and up 5St light Yorkers 415 heavy pigs 430 to 44 40 light pigs tJ to 44 1Jii toughs 441 to 465 Later in the day advices from other markets especially Chicago which reported 42000 Bud values 10 to lic lower cause prices to decline strong rOc lower on all classes and the market closed weak Prospects lower Sheep and lambsSteady prices pre vailed for all choice grades best fat sheepand butcher lambs ready sale at quotations all can can im our our I To aid lu wo furnish the figures The total paid during the first month of tho Chicago wore Tho total paid tho first of tho Buffalo were 399430 What will be the total tho first month of tho St Louis It out or guess at It iind In the of guesses It a fortune to you Tho contest will close tho beforo the opens so no advantage Is by delay In estimating tho Send tho of or guesses you Ito careful to write your and P O Dont fall to advantage of tho I Mr Jolly Unions Bewleyville April 10Spe- cinhTlios J of A S of E organized a local Rhodelia No 2 in Meade county April 7 and one in tireckon ridge county Jolly No a 13 He expects to organize one at Harned Station April 30 at 7 oclock p m Flour Seems Assured Dun J Foley is diy receiving prices on milling machinery with a view of putting in a small new flour ing mill at this place If for reason miscarries ho is to pat in n mill and in connection have n flour exchange and feed store Hancock Clarion May Have New Depot April lUSpec- 181 Tho Henderson is doing some grading anti laying more track The switch leading to flour mill is now in use It is rnnor ed that a new passenger is to bo built here one to be used for freight alone j fC e vM rMwr x FACTORY TO STORE SALE 1 + A short road and a small profit is that stands between the manufacturer and the customer things we sell We watch for the best that be bought and sell at price that be paid The point we press upon you is Rare Excellence at Low Cost We have searched the different markets for the new things in Spring Wear and have succeeded beyond expectations We have a beautiful line at prices that defy compe tition and we give you a special invitation to call and inspect same assuring you that will be a pleasure to show you nice se lection We believe its to your interest to give us a call before going elsewhere We are expecting you Stylish Spring Dress Goods New Things For Spring WearI Bring us your Produce and Vool We guarantee you flarket Prices L f Valuable Information forming your estimates following admissions May Worlds Fair 1030037 admissions during May month PanAmerican Exposition paid admissions during May Worlds Fair Figure solid figures your may mean day Fair that gutted result figures your estimates with subscriptions name figures plainly tako Special Prizes Ky Jolly Dept Pres the union April Mill any this sure grist Irvington Kv Route here the depot the old in the the it ONE PAID FOR THE FILL THE AND IT TO US AND ESTI THE YOU RE A FOR THE Loses Home by Fire The home of Tames a DeJornett on the Stephensport and Hnrdlnsburg road was by fire The had only recently been There was no Lee Bosley went to Sunday on business J F Jarboo and Abe Bennet have bought the Elder place Dr J C Bush will be in Hardlns burg Monday May 0 for one week Scott Cunningham has brought on a line of new spring and summer goodsMiss Maggie spent Sun day with Misses Pearl and Katie Fry mireMrs Ed Vessels of Cairo ill is visiting her parents Mrand Mrs Abo Allen Miss Lizzie Lime left for wheru she will visit friends and relatives WELL MADE SHOES We a big line of hard working that will the hard wear of spring plowing Prices suit all people to fit all feet Nice for nice wear 250 and up Patent or plain leather in the new fashions from New l ESTIMATE FREE WITHEVERY DOLLAR NEWS BLANK IF YOUR MATE IS ONLY CORRECTrWILL CEIVE CHECK PRIZE destroyed Thursday dwelling completed Insuran- ceCHENAULT Stephensport nice Stallmann Saturday Evansville have Shoes stand to Sizes Shoes just York MAIL FIRST ill improved Brodie Low Prices Groceries The wholesale grocery Ii veryIi11get stuck on high prices make our customers pay the bills by charging high prices We can quote ll you very low prices i Sugar Meat Coffee f- I1 I1etcII this wcelri c = H MEYER BIG SPRING KY MNMMMVMM OUT ONE On and some 4 OUR Buy Bargains Sell Bargains j MOTTO i I iIIJusta Few More Days Yet off r Contestr Organizing Subscription Blank Inclosed find Stoapply on Subscription Accountj Name Postoffico tStato My Estimates of the total number of paid admissions toSthe Worlds Fair during the month of May are I t t ssseaeaewaa tr esss- a I IITheBEST Watch Repair Work in this section is that done by Hr I James C Engleman in the employ 0 of W B OELZE at Cloverport PRICES MODERATE WORKTHE BEST Any kind of REPAIRING done and any style of ENGRAVING executed I oseetoetwaesLILeeesm JMiss Dora Frymire who has been very fir the past month is very much Mr and Mrs J O spent Sunday with her parents Mr and Mrs Chas Mogan Miss Nellie Lee Gilliland who has tC 11 on + been visiting frIends and relatives at Wolf Creek returned home last week IDrcalled to Mooloyville Sunday to see Mrs J D Cunningham and little Louise OBryan who is very ill of pneumonia tfR 0 A e y w JUST ONE WORD that word Is TItt Iit refers to Dr Tutts Liver Pills and MEANS HEALTH constipatedTroubled IndigestionSick Vlrtlgo BiliousInsomnia ANY of these symptoms and many others Indicate Inaction of the LIVER YOU Need TuttsPilis Take No Substitute The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY APRIL 20 1001 L V Chopin was in Cnnnelton Saturday Tulins Dutsohke was down from HQIt Friday Jap Mnaterson was up from Troy Ind Monday The residence of Dr F M Smith is being painted Canneltton Wednesday- E E Haynes was in Owensboro Thursday on business Mrs Till Pauley has returned from a weeks visit in Louisville Mrs J T Daniels went to Hawes ville Saturday to visit relatives Yon can get your wnll paper put on right by calling on Til F Sawyer Oscar Dickey spout several days last week at his home in Elizabethtown Spocial rates on paper hanging this season hig savingEdward Gregory Thos Wroo went to Lewlsport Saturday to visit his father W E Wroe I If yon need wall paper bargains can be hud at T F Sawyers selling out Hurry Hurry if yon want big bar gains in wall paper Edward Ore goryThe residences ot MrsLncy Younger and Mrs Lucy Gregory were painted last week Mrs Marion Ryan came down from Louisville Thursday to visit relativesJohn Hyde suffered a stroke of partial paralysis last week and is confined iI to his borne The towboat Harry Brown tied up across the river Friday night on ac count of the high wind Jas Reid and Ralph Tappling of Buoyrus 0 are the guests of the formers brother L T Reid Mr and Mrs Johnson Styles and children of Stephensport were in the city last week on n short trip Tom McCarty was up front Spotts ville several days last week the guest of his cousin B M McCartv Claude Medley resigned his position at Hnmmnns barber shop last week and returned to his home at Owens boo Bring or send your pictures to me to be framed and gel it done right and cheap in prices Edward Gre gory Leon Wilkersou of New York city was the guest of his mother Mrs Elizabeth Wilkerson from Saturday until Monday- L C Varble und family moved to this city from Fordsville Saturday Mr Varble is engaged in tho spoke business at Lodltnirg Messrs D W Murray and D S Duncan and Dr A A Simons were the guests of the Misses Wheeler at Hardin Grove Ind Su- ndaySOITC0RL t i Like the running brook the red blood that flows through the veins has to come from somewhereThe of red bloodare found in the soft core of the bones called the marrow and some say red blood also comes from the spleen Healthy bone marrow and healthy spleen are full cJ fat Scotts Emulsion makes new blood by feeding the bone marrow and the spleen with the richest of all fats the pure cod liver oil For pale school girls and invalids and for all whose blood is thin and pale Scotts Emulsion is a pleasant and rich blood food It not only feeds the bloodmaking organs but gives them strength to do their proper work Send for free sample SCOTT DOWN Chemists 4op4r5PeartStreetsNewYaksac and ioo alt druggists f L W R Reis spent Sunday in Louis villo May Delineator is InJ D Bab bageEdith Adams takes orders for homo made candy Gen D R Murray was down from Hardinsburg Thursday The residence of R N Hudson is being painted this week Jim Jennings went to Louisville Sunday witn a lot of hbgs May Delineator plum full of good stories sold byJ D Babbage Rev P L King preached at the M E church South Sunday morn lug No matter what you want in wallpaper I can funrish tEdward Gregory Cihas Furrows barber shop will be open every Sunday beginning next Sunday Miss Roberta McGavook has been visiting relatives at Hawesvillo the past week Mr andMrs Walter Graham re turned Saturday from n bridal trip to Louisville Mrs May Wright returned Thurs day from a visit to Mrs Marion Ryan at LouisvilleThos and sisterinlaw Mrs Dennie Shearn of Kirk were in the city Wednesday Miss Ethel Tate was up from Evans ville Ind Monday to attend the funeral of Carl Lamb- I want the wall paper trade of Cloverport and if prices will get it its mineEdward Gregory Bed Bug bed bug sitting on a walJ but Ed Gregory used a disinfec taut in his panto and killed them all J A Barry went to Louisville Mon day to buy a air load of coke for the Cloverport Foundry Machine companySelling out the largest stock of wall paper ever brought to this city at prices that will close it out quickly T F Sawyer Me anti Casper hang all the paper we selldo It rightdo it cheap make a clean neat job No experimen ting Edward Gregory Harvey Bush will go this week to Irvington which will be his head quarters while ho ih doing some work in the roadmaxters department Typhoid fever grip and malaria germs lurk in old wall paper Have new put on ana your room disinfect od It costs no moretee Ed Gregory- J E Keith A Son have just re cel veIl from Aberdeen Scotland a beautiful granite monument on which tho duty and freight alou were 5577 M V Marlow was in tho city Thursday en route to Patesville trom Waverly Tenn to make arrange ments to return with his family to the latter place Rev J T Rushing was up from Owensboro Friday en ronte to Pates ville where he held quarterly meet ing at the Methodist church Sttnr day and Sunday Mrs W H Bormer and Mrs A B Skillman were at Addison Wednesday visiting Mrs W E Minor wno has been suffering with a severe attack of rheumatism Owen W Elmore returned from Evansville Tuesday He says he came home whore his wife and children can get plenty of fresh air They dont like city life Farmers citizens ladies and gentlemen Allow me to introduce yon to my methods of selling wall paper from Factory to Consumer Its greatEdward Gregory Mrs C A Crary and little on James who have been spending say oral weeKs with her parents Mr and Mrs A H Murray returned last week to Huntington W Va Doctors all agree that my idea is sll right beautify the room v and at the same time kill disease germs Slakes your room healthy Tear off the old paper put on newEdward Gregory Rev A R Willett of Stanbury Mu was in the city Monday and bought a large granite monument for the graves of his parents Rev and Mrs Judson Willett nt Buck Grove cemetery Meade county 0 E Kell arrives in the city Saturday from SelgHeld Penn to take the position of assistant foreman at the L H K St L shops Mrs Keil is visiting in the Eat and will not ar rive in the city until next week It is my intention to make the wall paper und the art trade a permanent business in Cloverport I am laying the foundation for a permanent business for my sons Your patronage will help make my trade grow Edward Gregory Charlns May and son David of Cloverport and Mr James Skillman of Owensboro were in town on Tues day at which time Mr David May qualified as committee of his cousin J9hn Saur of Lyonia It will be remembered that Mr Saur was adjudged incapable of managing his es tate by the county court a few months since Sanr being one of the heirs to the Walters estate in Erecsenridgo county Hancock Clarion 1D Re LI Newsoms COLUMN Now my friends I advise you not to read the following list if you expect to hold on to your money as the tempta tion will be very grunt to invest it in some of the bargains offered What is the use of always renting property when you can buy I have several pieces of property which have paid for themselves three times I shall take pleasure in driving you around and showing you the city property Two Horses for solo o2 Lot and house Oak and Shin 8000 No4 Lot und liousu Oglosby Avunuo 1000 No 5 lot anti house Kustliiml POO Not Lot und linusu Oak Mruot 800 No i Lot und house Fourth sttvet 800 No a Lot and house Huston street MM Not Lot and house Third mud Center 600- No 10 Lot and house llurcllus Crook 60- 0Noll Lot First Mrtit M- No 13 Lot and house Short Lino 11 It 400 No 13 Lot and house Oak street 30 No 14 Four pnsturu lots100N-o15 Tollitutu house TOO No o Lot and house ItlrurKtrcot 300 No 17 Lot and house River street SCO No 1IK Lot uml house tall street SC- ONoll Lot and house Oak street 275 No a lot and house Kiistlund 550 No 21I Lot and house Kastlund 250- NoSJ Lot and house Center street 300 No3 Lot Wall street tiO No 84 Lot Wall street SM No 25 lot IIlId liousu Walnut street 00- No 2t I lot IIlId houso SI Hurdln 200 N i 27 lot and house Center street 175 No2S lot and house Center streot 175 No2i lot mid house Chestnut street J2 Xo 30 lot Fifth street 7B 150NoNo U Lot ou Short Lino It II 100 No 31 Lot near Sam Doun 75 Np3j Lot neur Mury Dean 75 No 311 Ixits 2 Center street l O- No 37 Four neres Hlsliop IIIIL 250 No 38 lot 1 acre and Section House 175 No3 Lot Oak street near Saunders 150 No 40 Lot and house Third street 250 No 41I Furm 00 utres and house 800 No 42 Farm 100 ucres and house COO No 43 Farm 52 acres on PIke 300 No 44 Farm 32 acres and house on plko 200 No 45 Woodland 05 acres 275 No 41 Woodland 70 acres 300 No47 Woodland 12 acres 400 No 48 Woodland 72 acres 375 No4 Three bulldlnc lots Elm street 300 NoW Ono acre und stone quarry on plko 25 ORDER BY NUMBER I also have nn Austin Stone Crusher with 12horso power Eclipse Frick Engine which 1 will dispose ofon reasonable terms Good elevator attached anti all suitable appliances for making good roads Can crush stone as fast as two men can feed it and can be set to crush it into dust Engine power sullicient to run a saw mill Conic to 11 L Ncwsom if you want Deeds Mortgages Agree upinformpapers that will stand be fore any legal tribunal Ho also acts as Notary Public for Breckenridgo county Attention to the making out and certifying of Pension Certificates HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Round trip homeseekers excursions to West anti Southwest first and third Tuesdays each month at greatly reduced rotesIOne way second class colonist tickets to South and Southeast first and third Tuesdays each month at reduced rates One way second class colonist tickets to West and Southwest first and third Tuesdays each month at reduced rates One way second class colonist tickets to Pacific and North Pacific coast points and intermediate points on every day March 1 to April HO and September 15 to October 15 1104 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 return li mit Dec 15100 IU35 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 irom 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 last mentioned tickets will not be good in sleeping cars nor for checking baggage Sour StomachNo ness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour risings and catarrh of the stomach are all due to Indigestion Kodol cures Indigestion This new discovery repre lents the natural Juices of digestion as they exist In a healthy stomach combined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dyspepsa Cure does not only cure Indigestion and dyspepsa but this famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomach 1 UJIml4torKodol Digests What You Eat Bottles only 1 100 Size hotdlnr 2H times th trW alas which sells for CO cent Prepared by E O OcWITT II 00 OHIOAQO Sold by all Druggists Petition For Constable Webster Kv April I0Special Judge Miller has been petitioned to appoint Aaron Norton constable in this the Bewleyvllle magisterialdis tract i J t 00 z v U WIIs mI tt 7 7Advertisements Inserted umler this fiend ut one cent a word per wtok WANTKD WAXTKDTo tii keen issture50 bend of Fnyderllawesvllle1 VANTEDAG ENT WANTEitSeveral persaus of hllrallr tlIIII tlI payabneiiiolllii IIum Hull carrlugi rurnlshiMl when toce M ry Kuferenttw Kmlnw selfatl 11111hornlOft SAIEInuehhleslsodI Also new and swoudlmml Gns and lusollm1 Endue MAKTIN QAllUt 510 3rd Street Louisville Ky IttrolDI IJ VIHTVOIJTII Hnrdlnsburir Ky EggsFgnnrantteI 15 dm till nil orders promptly Sand rmt an 11COx i WAXIFDA man a Sill II work on furmIIJI 1 lilvlnIII Toblnsport Ind hmWANTED WANTED VounR men or women as loiiil for MuCluruM Mnenzlni JIIIrllllommIIiSloIlS wish prizes Wrlh1N Trainer HI E 25th strcut New York NY L II ST L riAlE TABLE EAST HOUND No 40 Dally Fast Train leaves Cloverport 507 AM stops ut Wost 1olnt only arriv es at LotilsvllIo715A S- INo 42 Dally Malt and Expross leaves Clo rerport 041 A M stops ut all way stations arrives Loulsvlllo 1215 P M No 44 Dully Mall and Express leaves Clo verport 4431451 stops at all way stations except Pierce Arrives Lonlsvlllu 710 P 16 WEST HOUND No 41 Dally St Iouls Stall and Express leaves Clovcrport10tl0ASl arrives Evans vlllo 1250 PM arrives St Louis 710 lP M stops only at llawesvllli LowlNx rt Powers OwenslKiro Stanley Beads Spottsvllle Baskets Ihnclurson No 43 Eviinsvllle Stall and Express loaves Cloverjxirt 735 PM Stops at allI way btu tlons Arrives at Eviinsvllle 1030 P M No 45 dally It Louis fast train leaves Clo rer port 1040 IP M arrives EvaiiivlllilO A M St Louis 720 A 31 stops at Huwesville Owenslxiro and Henderson only No 47 Clovcrnort Aivomrnodtttlon Dully wives Clovcrport at 800 am Stops at al gluttons Arrives at KvunsvllU i00 a m Ueturiiliiir leaves Evmisvlllu at 530 p m arrives at Cloverport 830 p m Trains Nos 41 42 III andl 44 make connec lion Ht Irvlnxton for Forilsvllleevtry day except Sunday Trains 414 411 and 44 make COl- location on Sunday for Forduvllle train ThruoKli coaches on trains 41 44 45 and 41 Parlor ears on trains 41 42 4S and 44 Through sleepers on trains 45 end 4fi Free rucllnliiK clmlr iiirs lettween Louisville and Lt Louis on trains 45 and 4ii TJIK HORSEMAN If you want to buy a Horse tell Me Please The reason I ask you to tell mo whether or not you want to buy a horse is this Because I know I can and II will if you will permit me sell you tho very horse you want and one that will satis fy you in ovory respect My long and varied exper ience with horses has mo a knowledge of givenIIwhich enables mo to competent judge of a IworkI had of me My prices are what they should be They represent tho actual value of tho animal VIC ROBERTSON Hardinsburff Ky e1 lI Mrs W F yilliland spent several days lAst week at the bedside of her sister Mil J Birdie Hickerson at Ekronwho has been ill of rheumatism for several weeks r i Tim Beautifulf Spring Days Right at the Door iwIMohairsPlain are Ready to Supply You With I Danish and Boucle and FiguredIIi Tweeds Linen Finish Mercerized Duck Sateen and hams Tladras Scotch and GingIILawns Dimities Waisting Linen for Waists Ribbons and No tions to match- SUMMER u UNDERWEAR Let Us Supply YO- JJCNOLTEBRO I MASONIC TEMPL- ECLOVERPORT KY Cs dick Milling COo GANDV IEW IND n u to o o1 i = = PAINTS === = 1 j 1 Lead 5 l2cts per IbyiJ iJWhile iflinseed Oil 4Jcts per gal tl 7 I lyMixed Paints 65c to SI1 per gal if iiil Roof Paints 25c to 50c per galy 2 Mail Orders Solicited i I M S H McCracken r 4 Phone 413 Cloverport Ky 1 STi Y3l j JJJJJOHNSON Stands a Fine Robinson SnowFlake = n JACK I At his farm 3 miles from Holts Bottom Also a Bay Stallion at the above place 5 EACH Will insure a living Colt JAS Ht JOHNSON Farm Near Holts Bottom Will Soon start Survey J E Wright of Loniwllle a com petent mining and mineral expert was in Christian county last week with a view to beginning in the near future in that section tho geolog ical survey of the State for which 15000 was appropriated by the last legislature this sum being supplemented by aOUOO from the United States government Mr Wright is one of the exports sent over tho State to inspect the mineral deposits pre ceding the survey Ho is a son in law of Judge N Mercer of Hurd insbnrg and is known to a number of people over trio county Impartial Mr Singleton prides himself on be- Ing strictly Impartial Yes answered the unamlable man I once went shooting with him He didnt Rioin to care whether he hit the rabbit the dos or out of hid friends London TitBits T S Mattingly of Tell City was in the city Monday on business Mr Mattingly has bought some property at TellCity and he and his family are doing well v j CAN MAKE THE Dread Cakes anti Pastry as good ns mother used to do if she uses the right kind of flo- urCADICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR is what she needs to help her Its over twenty years since Cadicks Gold Dust Hour was first introduced Your mother roost likely used it in baking Sit grocers soli it MILLIONS Of Bricks For Sale Good Grades and Low Prices = = =cCALL ON J D GREGORY Cloverport Kentucky Gel the IIENDERSON ROUTE Habit ON YOUR TRIP TO ST LOUIS ROUNDTRIP RATBS FROM LOUISVILLE ON ACCOUNT OP THE WORLDS FAIR SF 1soNIICKITs1300S- old Daily Commencing April 26 Limit December 15 IS04 SIXTY DAY TICKKTS x+ 1100 Sold Daily Commencing April 26 Limit 00 days TEN DAY IICKWISt000S- old Daily Commencing April 25 Liniit10 days including onto of sale SIKCIAI COACH EXCNS 700 Dates Sale to ho announced Inter LimitG days including Into of sale FOR COMPORTfOR SBRVICQ IF YOUR TICKUT READS OVER TH1 POPULAR IIENDERSON ROUTE YOU AUK CERTAINLY WELL FORTIFIED ASK US OKO I OAlllltlM TnivollnR laser Ajet E M WOMACK City IHfMrAtt L J IIUVIN General Tiisss Agt LOUISVILLE KY What Advertising Did A dry goods firm at Earlington Ky tooK a page advertisement in The Earlington Bee and offered n suit of clothes to the per on bringing the largest number of people in one wagon to their store on Saturday April 2 Ay a result the house was packed all day and twentyeight clerks were taxed to the utmost in waiting on the people One man brought 140 people in a six wheeled ox wagon drawn by four yoke of oxen Two men were astride each ox and 124 people were squeezed into the wagon like sardines Many others brought loads of 15 to 48 persons r The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY APRIL 20 1004 4++++++++++++++++++++++ ffMONEY IN CANNERIES i ttrom the Southern Farm Magazine i +t++ t+ tyt+tH+I++ HH+t ++ Some interesting sidelights upon the notable canning industry in Botetourt county Virginia are thrown by the Rev H O Christian of Cloverport Ky in a letter In the Breckenridge News Some years ago the Hev Christian was pastor of the Baptist church at Fiucastle tae seat ot Botetourt county and in his travels in that neighborhood in visiting his congregation ninny of whom were farmers engaged in raising and can mug tomatoes he had opportunity to study tho industry which now means so much for the county In his letter he described how iu the early days the land becomn worn through the raising of tobncoo wheat corn and grass many of the people moved to the fresher lands of Kentucky and farther west Their places wore taken by Pennsylvanians and Marylandtrs the latter corning from a State pre eminent in the canning IIndustry Then saw that the land was well adapted to raising tomatoes and they established a system of small canneries coating from 350 to 80U scattered throughout tbe country Many of them are owned by individual farwI em or by groups of farmers this way clear more than 50 cents a bushel on their crops instead of 10 cents a bushel on the portion sold from the rines or instead of losing immense quantities for lak of markets In theee small canneries the wives and children of the farmers And pleasant mud profitable employment The Rev Mr Cnristian urge tbe farmers of Rreckenridge county Kentucky to- ao into the business His suggestions are similar to those of other widea wake meu who see in the great sur plus of fruits and vegetables now be mug raised in the Month the opportun sty for increased wealth for toe farm irs For example Mr L Scott Allen of the laud and Industrial department of the Southern Railway is waking an active campaign for an expansion of the canning bnsiuess at Charleston and vicinity and the establishment of picklinir plants t ere While Charleston hoe a flntclHM cannery doing an extensive business and Iis convenient to the soarc of supplies Mr Allen intends that with Its materials for canning preserving and pickling a great amount goej to waste and beI seeks to discover why the city doesnt make pickles preserves catsup sauces and jams especially an the South is one of tbe greatest markets in the world for cooped HIM preserved goods He suggests especially HS material for the industry asparagus which Is grown in great quantities nearby strawberries tomatoes and enema hers Such urging is applicable to a hun dred other cities in tho South which are now sending hundreds of miles for their canned goods while acres of firstclass material close at humid are allowed to go to waste every year The best physic Cnnmberlalns Stomucu and Liver Tablets Easy to take pleasant in effect For solo by Short Haynes Weekly Crop Report The publication of the weekly crop bulletin for Kentucky was began lust week by the Weather Bureau at Louisville Last weeks report Is as follows The winter wheat crop ap pears to have been injured out little Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Dont Know it How To Find Out Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let It stand twentyfour hoaw 2 it sediment or Indicates an I unhealthy tion of the kid If It your linen It is evidence of kid ney trouble frequent to pass It or pain In the back is also convincing proof that the kidneys and blad der are of What to Do There Is comfort In the knowledge so SwampRootwish In curing rheumatism pain In the back kidneys liver bladder and part of the urinary passage It corrects Inability passingItwine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up times during the night The mild and the extra ordinary of SwampRoot Is soon realized It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases If you a medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists in 50c andI sizes You may a sample bottle of this wonderful discovery and a book that more both tellsII absolutely free by mall set tling condi neys stains too desire out order every many effect need have about Address Dr Kilmer tc nome of e RCo Binghamton N Y When writing men tion reading this generous offer In this paper Dontizmkeanr mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Killmers Swamp toot and thu address Binghamton N Yon every bottle x + Backed up by over a third of a century of remarkable and uniform cures a record such as no I other remedy for the diseases and weaknesses peculiar to 1 women ever attained the proprietors and makers of Doctor Pierces Favorite Prescription now feel fully warranted in offering J to pay 500 in legal money of the United States for I any case of Leucorrhea Female i Weakness Prolapsus or Falling of Womb which they cannot cure All they ask is a fair and I reasonable trial of their means of cure All correspondence t held sacredly confidentialtt If you require medical advice dont fall to write Doctor R Vtt Pierce who will give you the best advice possible Address Buffalo N YIDr Pierces Pleasant Pellets are a ladies laxative No other medicine equals them for gen Leness and thoroughnessII by the continued cold weather and isfj strong and healthy Its growth has been slow throughout the winter 1 and Tobacco beds are in good condition 1 but plants are coming up fairly well it has been too cool for pool re quits Out sowing is in progress and quite a portion of the crop is in the ground Plowing for corn has been delayed by frequent rains in many localities I j Early potatoes and some garden tract have been planted but the cold weather has delayed this workjj The prospect for fruit IS good Peaches and plums are in bloom an1Isome early varieties of strawberries Pasture and meadows are generally in good condition Farm work hiss been badly delayed by frequent rains and cold weather and Is now very late Cares blood Poiioii Cancer Ulcers Eczema Carbuncles Etci Medicine Free Robert Ward Maxeys GA says I suffered from blood pot hOn my head face cud shoulders were one 0011HIakin was nil run down and dieooiun- gii but Botanic Blood Bnlm cured me perfectly healed all the sores and gave my skin the rich glow of Health Mood Balm put new mite into my blood and new ambition tutu my brain Geo A Willinms Roxbury face covered with pimples chronic sort on back of head suppurating welling on neck eating ulcer on leg bone pains itching skin cured perfectly by Botanic Blood Balm hores ill healed Botanic Blood Balm cures nil malignant blood trouble such ns oxenia scabs and scales pimples running sores carbuncles scrofula eta Especially advisul for nil obsti outs cases that have reached the seo- lond or third stage Druggists l To prove it cures sample of Blood Balm pent tree and prepaid by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and free medical advice sent in sealed letter WAR DISPATCHES St Petersburg April 14It wns tHolally announced today that the torpedo boat destroyer Bezstrashni was out oil from the rest of the Rue lian fleet at Purt Arthur nnd sunk by the Japanese that her crew was lost and that the battleship Pobieda accidentally struck a mine while maneuvering but was able to return to the harbor without loss of life Forty five officers and men perished on board the torpedo boat destroyer lezstrashni St Petersburg April 13Whl1e going ont to meet the Japanese fleet oft Port Arthur tho Bretclass Russian battleship Petropaeovsk was sunk The official report says nhe struck a nine in the outer roadstead keeled over turn d turtle and sank Vice Admiral Makaroff was drowned Practically the whole of her crew iniu eting about eight hundred men worn lost Only four officers were saved among them being the Gran Duke Cyril Declare For Roosevelt The Republican state convention in strutted its delegates to vote for Roosevelt at Helena Montana last weakThe Republicans in state convention I at New York strongly indorsed the administration of Roosevelt and in trncted the delegates to use all honorable means to secure his nomination How many feathers on a rooster 1 fi 4 f 4 f SOME PROSE AND POETRY WHICH PRAISES PADEN Piulen I T Mr J D Babbnge Dear Sir As I nm a reader of the News my old home paper and as 1 enjoy reading the letters from many in different states I thought I would write and give a description of this country 1 live in the Creek Nation the choice country of Indian Territory In one of the best localities in the West We are near time Oklahoma line not far from several largo towns Our section of land joins the new town site of Paden The town is visible from my homo On the east is a wooded country while north n d south is a beautiful broad prairie which already has the appearance of a green lawn Through this prairie the new Fort Smith and Western R R extendsWe hart a beautiful winter there being scarcely any snow and but little rain Sod breaking is the order of the day now Many people have leased laud within the lust tow months in tills settlement There are ninny negroes here though they have towns and settlements of their own As to the Indian one can travel for days and seldom find their homes They reside in huts baoK in the hills and wooded parts of the country off tin public highways- I prefer Indian Territory to Oklaho for several reasons This is n much more wooded country mud tho timber along the creeks anti rivers is valua ble especially the walnut which iIs being out mid shipped Most of the soil here is black Some is on the waxy order mid some black send All IB von While the wind blows hero at n strong gale it is not ao noticeable there not being so much wind to can tend with Most every family is provided with one of those dugouts we Kentnckiana heard so much tain of There lire acres of land in Italian Territory not in cultivation One can travel for wiles in 11 fferiii t parts of the oojintry and MM out very few people puny large pniirils that would make beautiful farms nuke this country pleasant to travel through in tbe spring time If this eecRpaa the wastebasket per babe I will write again ao I will close i with the following lines- PADEN Up on a hilllike Iaden stands The Uncut flower In all the lands built on a broad prairie so rich and flue JiMt three miles from the Oklahoma line We have a schoolhouse and a church And this lIII why I like It so mush Prague boasted that wed go agroan l And said we wan a wildcat town Rut we got our deeds in trying hours And now thank God tbe land It ours Prague Is a town In Oklahoma no very floe Just wren miles across tile line Irucue can beast of her pride and wealth Rut I prefer ludon on account of healthIAnd now my friend I have a secret u toll For I havent loon this subject to dwell If you are to sourest of health or test Just come to Iaden the flower of the West timA Dotvas The indent Ilvrlinrliini The oldest u rbarlum In the world Is In till Egyptologist museum nt Cairo ami consists of an iIncoiiHpku ous collection of dried K rtons of plants These portions of plants and llowvrs wore taken from wreaths 111111I garlands In the colflns with mummies where they were placed by time undent KKvptlaim ns death offerings nod from edible plants which were set tin earthen vessels on the floor of the sepulcher as tile furniture of the last resting place of their beloved ones Many of these floral remains are so well preserved1 that after being treated with warm water they tan be handled like modern herbarium specimens The colors too are preserved in a remark able way The most Important milt ter In connection with these plants Is their age The 1UmnlnBof funeral food mire found In tombs as far back as 3000 years before Christ The Siiiirtiiii JniiniitMi lather The Spartan character of the Japa nese father may be gathered from two fuels mentioned by Consul Dalgoro Goh In the admirable address on four fly relations In Japan which he delivered before the Japan society The Japanese child calls Its father Gem pu and its mother Jibo which mean strict father timid benevolent mother and Mr Goh quoted a Japa nese boy who classified the Japanese father as one of the four fearful thliiKs of the world earthquake thun der conflagration and father London Truth 1 A Great Sensation There was a Dig sensation in Lees 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 He writes ClI endured insufferable agonie- from I Asthm but your New Discovery aI socdthereafter effected a complete cure Similar cures of Consumption Pneu monia Bronchitis and Grip are nu merous Its the peerless remedy for all throat and luna troubles PriceI uOo and 100 Guaranteed by Short Haynes Druggist Trial bottles free Prof Maple Jit New Field Prof W B Maple formerly princi pal of the school here has gbpe into the newspaper business and is editor oi publication at Monticello Wayne county I We sat at the tablethe alderman the doctor and I The subject of dietingwas brought up in conversation tt No man said the alder mhnUcan tell me what I ought to eat without know myjthat not so doctorttPer fectly right said hewhat suits your stomach maynot fit mine and yet nine me- nlout of ten are presumptuous enough to tell you what you ought to eattt Yes said Itthey dont appreciate that there is just as great a difference between two mens stomachs as there is between their bra i n s Overwork some mens stomachs and theywill easily respond to the task just some mens brains can Ias care of endless details but the majority will break down with the overload tt Indigestion said the doctor U is not a disease but an admonition it is the red signifiesdangeri stomach to prepare for serious trouble if allowed to n Blacksmith at Frymire G W Dodson one of Frymires fittest substantial farmers is having n blacksmith chop erected at that place Mr Dodson came to this county lust year from Don Juan Perry county Ind and bought a large farm near Frymire Ho was instrumental in organizing the Farmers Protective Fire Insurance Co of Meade and Breokenridge counties and takes an native part iu all movements for Mu benefit of the farmers iu his section Robbed the Grave A startling incident is narrated by John Oliver of Philadelphia as follows I was in an awful condition My skin was almost yellow eyes sunKen tongue coated pain con tinually in bAck and sides no appetite growing weaker day bv dav Three physicians had given me up Then I was advised to use Electric Bitters to my great joy the first bottle made a decided improvement I continued their use for three weeks and nm now a well man I know they robbed the grave of another victim No one should fail to try them Only 50 cents guaranteed at Short Haynes drug store Going West for ills Health JC Wheeler has returned to Louis ville from St Louis where he has been foreman ma constnotion job nt the Union Depot Mr Wheeler iIs suffering with sciatica rheumatism and expects to go to California In June lor his health The Old Engllub fee Houses In 1057 ve ire tod the first coffee hoiibc lied been pS cuted as a nul sanoe In 1708 tlenj were 3000 cof fee houses and each coffee house had Its habitual circle There were coffeehouses frequented by merchants and stockjobbers carrying on the game which suggested the new nicknames bullf and bear and coffee houses where time talk was Whig and Tory of the lust election and change of min istry and literary resorts such as the Grecian where as we are told a fatal duel was provoked by a dispute over a Greet accent in which let us hope It was the worst scholar who was kill boyswent to look reverently at Dryden and Buttons where at n litter period Adtll son met his little senate Addison ac cording to Pope spent five or six hours a day lounging at Buttons while Pope found the practice and the consequent consumption of wine too much for his health Thackeray notices how the club and coffee house boozing short waists coats of the men of those days English Literature end Society In the Eighteenth Century CASTOaXA BoiiaBi nature J1 of o persist Bitters and alco holic medicines are poor means for stimulating the stomach to perform a larger share ofwork than it ought The effect on the stomach is like the spur to the weary horse it weakens him andshortens his life A rational treat ment continued the doctor a is moderate eating of whole some foods and only those whichthe person likes Occasionallysay once a weeka dinner pillshould be taken which should be entirelyof vegetable ingredients like Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets that will not purge but act gentlyon the liver stomach and bow els To my mind the main dependence for curing permanently the indigestion which has become chronic the heartburn the sour eructations the worst cases of dyspepsia is that al terative extract made from medicinal herbs that Doctor Pierce calls his Golden Medical Discovery for it contains no alcohol to over stimulate the stomach n = t r1 JOHN S GULLEY1 lBRICK CONTRACTOR j r Louisville Ky o o H lfopsltalUYIIi iji11f j l I X your quests does jiot depend on tbo y- llif money you siHMid nut on jour own Jj Y exYT r 1 JWI1 ii- ft E J CLODE Publisher 15B5th Aye NY j1 = V G BABBAGE AttorneyatLawPUBLIC Many years experience in set tling estates All collections rcas onabloCloverport Kentucky p r ir The Lady Is interested in receptions con certs church socials and other entertainments of this sort which re quire time help of a printerWe- are always glad to quote prices on printing of this sort She NEWS ltdMacnronlc Verne Macaronic verso is verse written iIn more than one language or one lan guage twisted to appear like another For example 11 long poem on wine dating from early in the sixteenth cen tury begins The best tree If ye take Intent Inter llgna fructlfera Is the vine tree by good argument Dulcla ferens pond era Another example of the second kind mentioned Is Dean Swifts imitation Latin poem beginning Mollls abuti basin acutl which In English reads Mollys a beauty has an acute eye but it simply goes to work in the right waycorrecti- ng the liver purifying the blood and assimilating the food so that the stomach takes up its labors with ac tivity and refreshed powers It fills the arteries with the pure richred bloodof health It tears down and carries off old inert and halfdead tissues andre places them by new It builds firm healthy flesh It makes the muscles strong andelastic and steadies and tones the nerves It cures debilityand weakness of every description- W Walter McGloshen of Reinbeck Iowa writesI I took only four bottles of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Dis covery and two vials of his Pleasant Pellets and these remedies did me a world of good I am thankful for your kind advice and praise the medicines highly Vill recommend Dr Pierces medicines to all my friends as the best medicines ever made for the troubles for which they are recommended There is nothing equal to them i for stomach troubles C P Spencer of Piano Okla wroteII I can hardly express my thanks for the benefit I haveIi received from taking Dr Golden Medical Discovery and Pleasant Pellets They worked like a charm in my case Am in better health now than for some time and will not fail to recommend your medicines to my suffering friends I hope you will receive my thanks for the good your medicine has done me- READ all aboHt yourself your system the physiology of life anato my home cures etc ill 1haislandarl family doctor book Tile Common Sense Medical Adviser a book oftooo pages For clothbound ropy send 31 cents in onecent stamps or for paper rovers 2r stamps Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y THIS IS A Presidential YearA- ND YOU MUST KEEP POSTEDT- heway to do this is to re d the WEEKLYI CourierJournal HENRY WATTERSONEditor TWELVE PAGES ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY 1 S100 aYear REVENUE KEFOUM SOCIAL REFORM MORAL REFORM The COURIERJOURm lituit the but Jlmtnic publlshid Send 35 emit for i copy by mill COURIERJOURNAL COMPANY LOUISVILLE KY By a Special Arrangement you can get th- eBreckenridge News and the WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL both one year for only 150JThis is for cash subscriptions only All sub scriptions under this combination offer mustI ofOceChintz Royalty Practical Surveyor also Notary Public t I can survey your Lands write your Deeds nnd take the acknowledgement at your home This saves you trouble andcost Your Patronage Solicited I Address me at Hardinsburg Ky How many feathers on a rooster I fe i V v lf LE Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY APR If g0 1004 x DEATH ON BATTLESHIP j ensacola Flit April IUBy the jfplosion of 2000 pounds of powder n arniinoWssourl Ctpt Willuun S Cowles yninnnding tworty uino wen woro itantly killed and five injured twoi whom will die Tho Missouri was c t tae target range with the Texas i 11 Broonlyn ar practice ubout noon I en a charge of powder iia the ffelvoinoh lefthand gun exploded w rtted from gases and dropping be d r iguitoa four charges at powder I y 7 l handling roow ann all esp- iedt I one man of the entire tur I U handling orew survives I ivorse Since Maine Disaster Jv shiugton April 10The explo the battleship Missouri rodlli most serious accident that ffon In the American nytblowing up of the Maine jP Havana harbor in 18D8 News o- fIdlsaster I i was conveyed to the cornt k dant at Pensacola by wIrelesstt raph from the Missouri and j ice by him transmitted to Wash a on while the big ship was creepb rf hack to port with the dead 1 lying ijK ier deck k t s Kidney and Bladder Troubles Deep Seated Cases Aching Back Alucuus Discharger Etc For old obstinate deepseated Kid ley Bladder and Urinary diseases speciItIloack swollen legs or abdomen dis charges from the uretha neuralgia of j the bladder burning sensation or dim culty in passing water also a frequent desire or even involuntary discharges bf the urine Catarrh of the bladder t one Brights disease disagreeable odo of the urine scanty sad hign Colored your kidneys and bladder are speciIS charges cease aches in the back dig i stopsd Botanic Kidney Specific gives ength power and health to the kid ye Acts directly on the uric acid t M dissolves and destroys it Plea nt to the taste Especially vIsed for chronic cases that resis 7 p other treatment 1 per large bottle my store or by express Call or rite A R Fisher Cloverort Ky ARGUMENT FORsWOMAN SUFFRAGE Jhe only plausible argument I have cc earl against the extension of the I uffroge to women is that it would f wellfAbe best way to eliminate ignorance t tn politics is to bestow political re 1 Iponslbility Many women who to ay take little interest in municipal irnational government would at once nterest themselves in public affairs nd would give more time to the tudy of Important questions which Concern the welfare of the community n jnd fewer hours to gossip frills and jrldgo whist Besides tho ignorant vote is not iuah a menace to good government in our country as is the rich corrupt vote Many intelligent voters block tall measures for reform and give large v uiua of money for bribery and corr eruption because of selfish sonlid personal interests I Many ot onr socalled ignorant wo are sntlfoieutly intelligent to vote nor their own interests and tho in erests of the mother of n family are lot always identical with the inter of the father For instance many door ignorant women would iw glad to help abolish the large number of ealoons where such a large percentage iis of their husbands and sons wages go Former Governor Adams of Colora t do who recently traveled to Washing 11- ii ton in order to give his valuable testi 1 pony in behalf df woman suffrage f theNational J during the ten years in which women had exorcised the privilege of the allot in his State their vote had been c- uerwhelmingly on the side of good government The womans vote is known to bo a conscientious vote The I depraved women he said took no interest in the elections and had to be 1 driven to the polls by the police = JMnnde Nathan President Consumers League in New York Herald Are You a Dyspeptic J l Il If you are a dyspeptic you owe it ro yourself and your friends to get well Dyspepsia annoys the dyspeptics I friends because his disease sours his stomachModaleuro dyspepsia indigestion and sour stomach but this palatable recon l etrnutlve tonic digestant strengthens the whole digestive apparatus and ii sweetens the life as wflll as the stom II DsspepIIt is digested nssimllatal and its 1 nutrient preprinted by the blood and t tissues Health is tho result Sold by All Druggist + I It atrrrrrrr+rKraraa-a What to take With One 8 for a Days Bicycle Ride 2 or Drive Small After noon Tea Equipage How to Carry Change 1 of Clothing In Small g Space da111rtSiiA A17 aitiS10AA1itilt KKarKKrKr gtrKrr tiaareKrKlrrKrvrIrirrKrntrvan- trttrTHE DAYS OUTING BY CHRISTINE THRHUNU IIERRICK Copyright 1904 by Christine Terliuno Herriok iitlOAii AR O tQliitQitMiiARoCdisAaddI11 + eitltl4ar AitOi4 al AAdirAd Long days snout in the open air are becoming more and more a feature of our summer life No more do we con sider a picnic a rare function that occurs but once or twice in the season Instead wo take it as n matter of course and make little fuss about iitSeveral reasons may bo given for this We are turning more and more to Nature for our rest time and are learning to appreciate what a benefit there is in pure fresh air We long to get into the woods and fields and away from the oltyeen the most devoted cockneys among us Also wo have learned now ways of doing this The bicyclists explore all the country within reach and the trolley has made access to rural joys easy for dwellers in cities We do not have to hire a horso and wagon when we wish to put the town behind us for few hours When such outings as these are toe a matter of frequent occurrence it is a mistake to plan that they should ua too elaborate Then they become a burden The woman who has tired herself out with preparations forte days rest feels by the time she is ready to that she is FO weary she would rather stay at home than po any whore in the world To guard against this there should be curtain stock arrangements made onco for all and the moons thus devised should be always on hands In the first placo thero should be a picnic basket Pho ideal of this is- tLe beautifully wade teabasket or lunch basket of the English but the cost of this puts it beyond the reach of most persons Wo would not be Yankees and ingenious if we could not manage asubstitute It may not be so elegant out it will servo the par pose as well A good sized basket with cover mid a stout handle Hhould be selected and if the fittings for this can be attached to the inside of the basket by stout lubber or elastic bauds BO much the bettor If not they Dart bo plotted in at best one may Such fittings should when uosalble be of aluminum because of the lightness of this but tin can bo used or anyone of the light metal wares that are on the market First among these fittings should be n couple of boxes with tightly fitted lids If they cannot be procured pasteboard boxes will serve Tho art va ntage of the metal boxes is that their contents keep moist and fresh Ono of those receptnbles will hold sandwiches another cold meat if this taken or if not cake and other sweets In addition to these boxes there should be drinking cups of some light nietftl glass and china are too heavyancll set of ordinary knives forks and spoons that are kept for this purpose alone and will be no great loss if they come to grief When plates are needed the light ones of wood or paper that ago used by gro ers will answer admirably and plenty of these should always be in the house There should also bo a supply of Japanese napkins on band None of the articles belonging to the picnic outht should ever bo used for Determined to Have Fair The Kentucky State Fair may beheld at Lexington this year as the officers of the Kentucky Live Stock Breeders Association seem determined to have a fair somewheie in the StateThe business men of Lexingtuu seem anxious to secure the fair for that city and are willing to raise a guarantee fund in order to bring it there New Bank Incorporated Articles were filed at Frankfort last week incorporating the Hawesville Bank at Hawesville the organization of which was mentioned in the News last week The bung was capitalized ntf10090 0 any other purpose On the return from the outing the thongs of the basket should be put in order null basket and con touts Beta way until the tiuin of the next expedition This is the kind of outfit to have tar a boating and fishing excursion or for n trolley picnic when one goes by car to some distant point If there is tote a good sized party it is letter to have several baskets of small or me dium capacity than one or two timtIare large and heavy Divide the I den as innah as possible For such ex cursions tliere should Ibe provided also i a heavy railway or traveling rug shawl that will do to spread on orII grass for a seat The young of the party may not need it but It I will be pleasant for the older picnick ers to feel that they may bo sparingt themselves an attocK of rheumatism I A tablecloth may also bA taken alum and the commissariat play be extensive Sandwiches broad and but ter rolls or biscuit cold meat hard boiled or stuffed eggs salad cakes fruit among the solids cold collee or tea ginger ale root beer or lemon for drinkables Any or all of deII are satisfactory if the picnic is have for nn object n berrying or fishing party a nutting frolic a calm bake or something else of the sort For such occasions when a Ore is possible it is well to take along nI certain quantity of uncooked provis ions ns indeed is necessary at a calm blllcelike potatces sweet and white corn apples and eo forth while the coffee or tea may bo heated over the lireFar different IB the sort of lprovision that is to be mode for a bicycling party The members of this must not entangle themselves with the cares of this life to the extent of loading thorn selves with heavy baskets They must travel light and depend upon roadhousod and farmers for too hulk of their meals Yet somethings they will be wise to take with them and the experienced in cycling trips have made out a plan by which they can supply themselves not only with food but with a change of garments if a long ride is in contemplation Thus is done without assuming a load that would be bulky or hoary enougH to cause them annoyance One man who hoe lived enough in England to become devoted to his out of afternoon ten never starts out on a ride that will take him all lily without his tea equipage So ingen ious is its arrangement that many a woman ruder has imitated it The cost is small and the outfit simple The combination that is sold under the name of u rocket stove hy drug gists serves for hot water kettle tea pot and cup and saucer The cup in which the water is boiled Is of tin or lacquer Into this is fitted the small alcohol lamp with the tripod on which the cup is set while the water IS heating A silver tea bull holds the tea When the lamp has been lighted a two onnco phial holds enough alcohol to boll tho kettle twice tho water from n wayside spring or stream is sot to boll As soon us the boiling point is reached the lane la extinguished and the tea ball dropped into the cup anti left tnero until the infusion is ot tho desired strength This especial teadrinker is independ ent ot cream or sugar whicn is an advantage under the circumstances Still another beverage is possible to tho owner of this outfit Tho beef tea capsules which are put up by two or three good firms and which dissolvo when put in hot water produce an excel 3t beef tea that is within the reach of a cyclist who has a pocket stoveThe pacKage can bo securely swung under the saddle of the wheel or attached to the handlebars- A lunch is less easy to take although one may bo put into a pasteboard box that can be thrown away after the meal is disposed of Those walkers who have tramped in Switzerland and JohnsonEmmick Hugh Johnson and Miss Kate Em wick of Lewisport were married last week by Rev Bennett at the home of N S Ureathouse at Hawesville The Best Family Sahe DeWitts Witch Hazel gives Instant reliet from Baths cures Cuts Bruises Sores Eczema Tetter and all abrasions of the skin In buying Witch Hazel Salve it is only necessary to see that you get the genuine De Witts and a euro is certain Thero are many cheap counterfeits on tho uiarKet nil of which are worthies and quite a few are dangerous while DeWItts Witcn Hazel Salve is perfectly harmless and cures Sold Iby All Druggist r rKKKa1rKKKrtKiraKKrKyv roNurseryto the Young House keeper h Housekeep a HiBiMmle Easy What to Eat In City Tents Etc fi 7aaaaaaacd elsewhere know the advantage to lie found in a supply of sweet oiiooolat which is nourishment in so condensed a form that if one IIBB bread and chocolate a long walk can be tu n without faintnnw even if no other fjod is attainable Anyone who pre fers coeoa or chocolate as a drink to tea may put a fmull portion of the prepared in place of the tea when he peaks his pocket stove outfitI spoken of the lpossibility of carrying R change of garments with one on a bicycle trip Everyone who has covered much of the country on horseback know that a good deal cum be put in a rubber coveied roll attach edto tthe back of the saddle or that a good deal way be carried in saddle Hags Something of this same sort may be achieved by the cycle rider who enjoys going off for an over night trip Tills Is a delightful raehod of snaking HU excursion since it enables ono to have the comfort of traveling lute in the afternoon and surly in time morning and spares ono the heat of tho middle of Ithe day The beet roceptable for such luggage as a woman will carry on a bicycling trip that extents over more than one tiny is n hohtl all Made in shape like a largo envelope swy fourteen mules lung by twelve in width A good material is oravenette or some other water proof cloth Thus may be lined with linen When it is full it may be rolled into a compact bundle and hung by a strap from under the saddle or from the handle bar and when it is empty it is a suiill parcel that can oe tucked into a pocket Iota such a cave as this may go the woman riders nainsook nightdress a change of gauze underwear a rib bed tindervoflt she can put on if it turns cold although the sweater usually takes the place of tbissn extra stock or two or a few clean collars handkerchiefs and stocking nod even n soft Bilk waist with which to make a change at the end of the flay A swap set of toilet belongings alto comb tooth brush onuiKewood stick powder bag and a tiny jar of cold cream way go with them sue there will even be found space for a spool of throat needles and scissors and thimble Thus sup lied any woman may feel herself ready to go for two or three days ruling with no fear of discom fort A party that is well planned and fluitaoly chaperoned will find there are not ninny pleasanter ways of spending a brief holiday than on a trip of this sort Now that it seems to bo an accomplished tact that every woman who is not actually Infirm or otherwise incapacitated will ride a bicycle this Summer thero is a pecu liar interest in planning outings of this sort Whatever form they take on two wheels or on fopr Jnn trolley car or a boat they can not fail to be i success if they menu refreshment anti renewal of strength to overstren nous women and men LETTER FROM SOLDIER ABOUT illS ARMY LIFE Fort Lawton Wash April 1 1004 Mrs C C Grant Lodibnrg Ky Dear Mother You have asked me several times to write you of the army and where I am stationed I am nt Fort Lawtona military post about six miles from the city op Seattle It ion a sandy bluff looking out on th beantlfnl Pugot Sound Wo are en tirely surrounded by big pine trees so tall that one almost has to loon tWIce to see the tops of them Some of them are at least twenty feet around Then the ground Is covered by a heavy un dergrowth of young pine and firs t and the fallen trees many of them doubtless hundreds of years old make tenuloe without this Lh frfi 0 2Sc sod1 Me on every pickiie x tom 2xcC C Money bad If nol INone sample and book free address Tim FLOYD MEDICINE CO boUlesII FLOYDS DYSPEPSIA TABLETS irdngl n J Sold liy all IIruJltltsj IOQeoooe GOC ooaoomooo3O000O O O BOOeseeot- J a TliE trrowlnir popularity of till 0 eat Southwest and the continual Increase In iI munthIi es A j 0 tilt lrlsco System to add to Its H I ready complete trait eiiiilpuient A IgIgor Infest pattt TOURIST Tii In Train o5 Icavlnit SLEEPING St Louts SS5 p m CARS rotnraenHuff necemberiilima and einli Grit and third TuvMlay following until furtluT notice iteiurnliiK TiiuriMtSliHiHT will arrive St Louis following Monday In U 0 Kilicducd to arrive Union Stutlon 7JOa m connecting with all lines DhelllfI CI Schedule und roan IHr double lierth as below lii8 = cC = n = = = 0 = = = c == gSOUTII HURTM RATE NORTH 3 83 nm rr St Lout Frisco SltelD Ar110 a lit iMa m t1r S1ringfeld1100 Ar 1206 Ii D i0iam Ar ilonttt 100 tn 1040 p IDI 4atOpm Ar Path Ito l 20nn It1s0 pill Lv Parli 1100 Tog 1dAr 1150 am ti W07 II m Ar EnnU 150 Lv ttdO Ii I- Da 1010 pm Lr ftnnlg 5oi1TAr 6U am p 610 n in Ar Houston 301L Iv alo pm tj 0iitturninu Tourist Sleeper leaven HOUSTON First and Third Saturdays 010 p m address In person or by letter nearest local representative of Frisco System or district representative as rollosIIK Al isilART T P A St Louis J STUART TAYLOR 11AI rVanstille fI ssa a ear CSO3 OaQa satet ealt ooetas3eooaltmo + o00+dv6 +oS + O + ++ ++ + ++ o + I IGABBERTi t Z I of Elizabethtown Ky iiDISTRICT AGENT FOR i+ I HOME INSURANCE CO NEW ORKIII THE LARGEST COHPANY IN TUB WORLD Zei t town property Prompt settlements guaranteed in case of loss i I upIi Ky t i+ +c e o o e++e e+ ++ ++ o o e lAyersPills Want your moustache or beard beautiful brown or rich black Use I It n jungle Its inmost nnpossioio to get through except where time nx of man has made a trail On a dear day you can look t the east and see the snow capped peaks of the Cascade Mountains making it a sight well worth seeing You can read of beautiful Italy but It cannot surpass the grandness of the northwestern part of the United States The climate is tine and healthful As to the army of course I can only see the two companies stationed here M S K of the 10th Inf so I am not in a position to jndgii much But I will say that if a young man joins tho army nnd obeys the rules he will surely be it the end of three years service a man that is a man I nave no cause to regret the step I took in becoming ono of Unole Sams boys in blue In regard to being in prison I am not I did allow a won to get array in the dark and was tried by a court martinI for neglect of duty But I was found not guilty ao I am O K 1 hart a good time In Seattle yesterday Well I guess I had better close my letter as this is enough to friendss liveing Wishing you nil nothing but happiness and success I am your living son Dan Grant Co K 10th Inf Fort Lawton Wash i featonHov a rooster j4 n BLESSING TO HUMANITY Time New Quaker folding hath Cabinet cures rheumatism lagrippe kidney troub les blood and akin diseases aches and pains lumbago and prevents diseases of II kinds Baths are taken before retiring IlIfllaJe book telling how to UM it free Wlihs about 0 pound Folds flat in 1 iiuli pAce 4lz 27 inches 30 indies deep Jirn enough Gr person weighing less thAn pone ls Regular price f7 by special MriiiiiKnifiit we can fill orders for 4 Ev tryiMie slinulil have one of thrse cabiu U Ai IrcsCabinetsollox11CluverportK7 Vegetable liver pills That is what they are They cure constipation biliousness sickheadache iocwAn0i BUCKINGHAMS DYE rinr en or I KUUUUT oa a r mil t cu NI BUI N g Weld Tobacco blartiet There was another wild tobacco market todny the competition on Bnrley being fully aa excited as It has been at any time since the recent ad vance The Continental continued to buy libel ally and tho independents wero free bidders taking their share of the offerings Tho advance thus far this weeK has been from 2 to 3 per hundred as compared within last works prices which were the highest since 1837 Some hogsheads are now bringing 10 per hundred more than they brought three weeks ago and the advance in all grades of Burley ranges from Ali to Tl0 Several hogsheads sold this morning above I20 Tho record price for the season of i25 50 obtained nt the Central Ware house yesterday was discounted to day by the sale of a hogshead for 20 at tho Planters Warehouse Thursdays Louisville Times Baptists Meet Next Month The Southern Baptist Convention will meet In Nashville May 18 and continue in session five days On the day preceding the Baptist Young Peo pies Onion of the Houtntho Ameri can Education Society and the Wo mans Missionary Union will hnld their meetings Between 4000 and 5000 delegates and visitors will be in attendance at the conven- tionCASTORXA Bean thaThe Kind You II m Always Bought Signature YlJfhJof 1 wNb1J The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY APRIL 20 KM WEBSTER Farmers are hustling now Big trusts Saturday and Sunda nights flouts Drano was at Raymond la SundayWm Chism Isoperating a saw 111111 near Garfield J C Crutcher will erect a new dwelling soon H L Kurtz shipped a load of hogs to Louisvillo Monday- H H Norton will ship out a load of fat hogs this week Scott Knott our hortionlturiot sys the fruit is killed on lowlands Claude Norton has been seriously IIII of rheumatism for two weeks Frank Hull and familyof Raymond visited at Win Halls Sunday- T B Henderson organized n Sun dayschool at Clifton Mills Sunday Dr J C Bush will be in Hardins burg Monday May 9 for one week- J C Crntcher will begin the erec tion of a cottage for rent this week Mrs J E Keys of Cloverport IS visiting her sister bits Dock Norton Mrs Graves of Irvington was the guest of Mrs T B Henderson last Sun dayMiss Blanche Payne it visiting her sister Mrs Frank Hall at Ray mondMiss Mary Barr of Daviess county will visit Mips Norris Kurtz this weekRoy Thompson of Owensboro was the guest of Miss Ada B Henderson Sunday Miss Nannie Lyddan visited Miss Cora Lee Anderson of Guston Satur day and Sunday Dr Uen L Bruner representing the Mulford Drug Co called on Dr Parks last Saturday- It is feared that the freezes on Saturday and Sunday nights have done great damage to fruit Mrs S P Parks and little sons Wilburn anti Harold visited al Brandenburg last Saturday and Sunday IRVINGTON Mrs Wilhard Kinoheloe is home 1 for a visit Mrs A B Coleman has returned from Louisville Rev Hynes tilled his regular ap pointment here Sunday Sam Payne and family were in Web ster last wees to see relatives G T Marshall is enlarging his business house on Main street Mrs P R Roberts who bus been on the sick list is some netter Mrs W E Brown in home from a c visit to her family in Louisville- Dr J C Bush will be in Hardins burg Monday May U for one week Roy Thompson of Owensboro la the guest of his cousin Mrs Edwin Graves The injuries we do and those we ender are seldom weighed in the some balance W J Pigi ott was in Owunsboro stet week attending the millers con I vention Our milliner Miss Ella Teals spent Snnday the sheet of liar brother near Webster Farmers attention McGInthhui S Piggott will take your produce in ex change for goods Mrs Charles Marshall and littleI Ruth have about recovered from a- very bud case of monalos The Christian Endeavor Society ofr the Presbyterian uhuich hold its regu Jar uieotng Saturday evening John L Henry is home from his trip to Chattanooga Tenn very much pleased with his visit to his sotsr DaveMrs J R Wimp und little Knther me spent several days in Louisville last went shopping and seeing rela tives = Ayers Impure blood always shows somewhere IF the skin then boils pimples rashes If the nerves then neuralgia nerv ousness depression If the Sarsaparillastomach biliousness loss of appetiteI Your doctor knows the remedy used for 60 years ItetiirnltiK front the Cuban war I wn a usrfec t wreck Mr l loo l was hI cud mf nealili was tone tint n few liottlpi of Ayers SarmpatllU completes enrnl roe II C UOUIILKU Kcranton Ia 1100 a 10110 J c Avers t0 All Ixiwcll Mm oIrllfIIUfor w Impure Mood Aid tho Sarsaparilla by keeping the bowels regular with Ayors Pills CAME NEAR DYING From an Awful Skin Humour Scratched Till Blood Ran Wasted to SkeletonhI CURED BY CUTICURA One Application Soothed Him to Sleep Cure SpeedyM and Permanent II When my little boy was about three months old his head broke out with a rash which was very itchy and ran con siderable watery fluid Wo tried everything we could but ho got worse all tho time till It spread to his arms legs and then to his entire body and he got so bad that he came near dying The rash would itch so that ho would scratch till the blood ran and a thin yellowish stuff would be all over his pillow In the morn tieI ing I had to put mittens on his hands to keep him from tearing his skin around his wrists lie got so weak and run down that ho took fainting spells lIkeCwe would think him dying lie was al most a skeleton and his little handsT were thin like claws I He was bad about eight months when wo tried Cuticura Remedies I had not laid him down in his cradle in the daytime for a long time He had got so that he just slept in our arms all W the time I washed him with Cullcura Soap and put on one application of Cutlcura Ointment and he was so soothed that I put him In the cradle You dont know how glad I felt when he felt better Ittook one box of Cutlcura Ointment pretty near one cake of Cuti cura Soap and about half a bottle of Cutlcura Resolvent to cure I think our little boy would have died only for the Cutlcura Remedies and I shall al ways remain a firm friend of them This M C MAITLAND JASPER ONTARIO No return in 14 years Mrs Maltland writes under date of Feb 24 1903 that the cure Is permanent- It affords me much pleasure to In form you that it is fourteen years since my boy was cured of the terrible skin disease from which he suffered II lie has been permanently cured and is hearty and strong Sold throoghool the world Cntlcnrt ReiolTtct aooffin farm of ChoeoUM Coated Ptlli sc rr Tin of Ointment 5Vs 80p Me Depose i London Charta bout flqi Ptrii JRnde It Pals I Baton 1STI ColambU An IStttr Drura Them Corp toleltoprllordBJSend tot loW to Van En E T Bingman repieeenting theS MontenegroRiehtn Music Co has janvaHsed the town and put in several new pianos Mr and Mrs Mack Avitt of Gulf Port Miss announce the birth nf lovely little girl at their home lelen Virginia Mrs J T Lewis who hasben Q- ill with measles is much improved and hopes to be able to see her many friends again soon Mr and Mrs Galloway who spmt the winter with their sister Mrst= Sate Bennett left last weeK for their howe in Smithfield Ky Count no duty too little no if life too small no work too roundII Inca God thinks so much of it sad his angels to guard thee in it Mrs Bate Washington being an inusually good nurse came in to wait on Mrs Lewis while Rev Lewis lied his appointment at Stephensport I Wednesday last there were special smites at the Catholic church A Ii ranoiflcan father und Father Gnbo of Elardlutburg were the guests of our eaidout priest Floyd Roberts little eighteen months old child that has been so seriuusly il11ur ninny days Is not tiny be terrz U this writing There is very grave doubt of his recovery H H Keinper has giveni u plan to Contractor Brnmlette to build u neat ottage in the new addition Let others who own property there do ikowiee and build up that portion of own as houses lire very munch in do- m111ll1 Miss Essie Biggs who will be as sisted by her brother Jim Frank will act as hostess at a meeting of1 the Baptist Young People Friday ev Wing at 7 10 oclock Mrs R Jj Mo Ulothlun will given another reading from Ben Hur Mrs U C Heron is still entitled to the blue ribbon in the poultry show the says there isnt a cluck that piped a shell that equals the Rhode eland Red The number of her young chieuens is some where in the bun dreds BIG SPRING Clyde Stith of Mnys Grove was here Friday Miss Olla Mae Clnrkson is visiting In Elizabothtown Mr and Mrs John Morris gone to housekeeping Miss Elizabeth Clarkson was in Elizabethto wn Thursday Miss Daisy Meador left Thursday visit friends at Cecilia Mr and Mrs J T Collins were in Brandenburg last Tuesday Mrs Julia Clarksun is having he hou e brightened up with paint Dr J C Bush will be in Hardins Imrg Monday May 0 for one weeK Miss Bennett has arrived and has charge of the millinery at H Meters J ohn Hicks came down from Louis villa Saturday and remainedover Sun lay with his wife Dr Strother attended the Mul draughs Hill Medical Society at Eliza bothtown Thursday Mrs Loeb of Louisville who has been here visiting her ulster Mrs Meyer returned home Sunday Mra Millward has returned to her in Louisville after a visit tto her laughter Mrs John D M ador MYSTIC C L Pate is somewhat improved Miss Lucy Payne was the guest of Tom Roberts Tuesday Miss Myrtle Beauoiiamp spent fcun day with Miss Carrie Harrison Dr J C Bush will bo in Hardins burg Monday May 0 for one week Frank Miller of Clifton Mills was true guest of Miss Murny Basham Sun dayH H Johnson of Lodlburc has brought on on a uw line of spring goods Mis Eilie Roberts and Miss Jet Harrison were the guests of Miss Kittle Miller Sunday Miss Lena Avitt and Miss Essl spent Wednesday night and with Miss Annie Keys FRYMIRE Mrs M J Robards called at J Barrs Wednesday Miss Gertrude Allen spent Sunday with Miss Gertrude Sigler Miss Ida Wheeler and brother Mor ton are visiting relatives in Rome Mrs Jane Bruner is teaching a spring term of school at Stony Point Dr J C Bush will be in Hardins burg Monday May 0 for one week Rev I C Argabrlte filled his ap pointment at Frymire schoolhonst Sunday G W Dodson has his new blacksmith shop about completed and it ready to oblige his neighbors by do- Ing their snrithwork We will have n good crop of fruit of ill kinds in this community if the weather continues favorable The rnitis not injured yet Mr andMrs H L Brnner and- laughter Florence who have been pending the winter in California have returned home via of Pndget Sound and St Pau- lPATESVILLE Miss Bertha Bowlds is quite sick with measles Win Pumphrey of near Victoria was in town Saturday RPV Wm Powers preached at the Pellvllle church Sunday Walter Powersof Goenng spent Saturday and Sunday her Richard Sapp of Dukes was in own Saturday on business DR FENNERS IDNEY and Backache All diseases of Kidneys Jladder Urinary Organs Also Rheumatism Back- acholleartDfseaseoravel Dropsy Female Troubles CURE Dont become discouraged There is a cure for you IIIf necessary write lir Keiino Ilo Ins Hpcnt u life tliuo curingI just lIuch cusuii inyour All consultations Froo A gravel lodged In my bladder A ttor usher u tow bottles of Dr Feuners Kldno llticliuchtt Cute panted a gravel halt iIUI as n marble The medicine iiroveutu further formations I was cured WTOAKES OrrlxYn Druggists 50IoJ1 AskforCIaknookFre- UI QT UITIKnAMPFs tlTe Cure iaNDr I UO II U hml1er I re Y For Jule fly Short R dynes Dragging Pails I 2825 Kwiloy St CIUCAUO ILL Oct 2 1902 I suffered with falling and con gestion of the womb with severe pains through the groins I suf fered terribly at the time of men struation had blinding headac- hesrand rushing of blood to the brain What to try I knew not for it teemed that I had tried all and failed but I had never tried Wine of Cardui that blessed remedy for sickwomen I found it pleasant to take and soon knew that I had the right medicine New blood seemed to course through my veins and after using eleven bottles I was a well woman c4v IC3 eMrs Bush is now in perfect health because she took Wine of Cardui for menstrual disorders bearing down pains and blinding- o headaches when all other remedies failed to bring her relief Any sufferer may secure health by tak ing Wine of Cardui in her home rThefirst bottle convinces the pa tient she is on the road to health For advice in cases requiring special directions address giving symptoms The Ladies Advisory ItDepartment The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn WINCARDUI 11- M The M V Marlow Tale was very largely attended lust Saturday k Quarterly conference was held at the M E church South on Saturday and Sunday Miss Nina Lynch spent Saturday night und Sunday with Mr and Mrs J N Paxton Mr and Mrs Joseph Jones of near Victoria spent Saturday with Mr and Mrs D Bowlds Mrand Mrs Win Lynch of near Mat tingly were in town Saturday and Sunday visiting relatives- T V TBakersand family of Flor al spent Saturday and Sunday with his brother S J Baker and family Mr and Mrs Wave Peyton and daughter Martina spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents Mr and Mrs Errington of Ljonta Mr and Mrs BlneVohn Young and daughter ol Mt Eden spent Friday night and Saturday with their rela tives Mr and Mrs M V Marlow Rev J T RushingPresiding Elder 3f the M E church delivered an ex salient sermon Friday evening also intarday and Sunday evening But the sermon on Sunday venlng was the I best the people have heard for many lays It was an all round uptodate sermon The house was crowded with very attentive people Besides being a tine preacher Rev Rnshirg is a tine singer The one who beats him will have to get up before daylight for he Is as full of get up and get as anyone could wish for in a preach- erLODIBURG H H Johnson has returned from Louisville Miss Lucy Payne has returned from Cloverport Miss Pearl Argabrignt spent Sun day with her parents SeveralI from here attended the dance at Clifton Wednesday night Alaska Hardin was the guest of Miss A Bull Grant Sunday Mrs B A Johnson is in Louisville buying millinery goods Hobert R Severs spent Saturday ind Sunday with his parents- H H Johnson is busy opening his spring stock Call and see him Estell McKaughun was in Hardins burg Saturday on bnsiness for C C 3rantMiss Lizzie B Head was the guest of Miss Mayme Adkisson several days ast week BEWLEYVILLE of Mr Albright has built a new barn to Miss Ilia McCoy has a nice little school here- IVeatber cold and Irosty iruit considerably InjuredICobnrn Richardson is very ill at his home in Guston Mr Vetter who stays at Mr Blan fords is not very well Miss Blancne Jolly entertained sev iral friends to dinner Tuesday Mr and Mrs Chas JJrury visited Hon and Mrs W A Stith Sunday Dr J C Bush will be in Enrdins hurg Monday May U for one week Tliere are about three kinds of measles circulating in this commun 1 y Mrs E 0 Perrin is spending n a ouple of weeks with Mrs W W Keith Mr and Mrs Owen Kusuy spent Sunday with Mrs E L Smith at Huston Hill Grove has a line Sundayschool 1alately organized Arvin btith wa boson superintendant Messrs Chas Blanford Thos J- oily J D Jordan und G P PaulI were in Hardineburg n few days last veAk in interest of Masonry Rev Emmett Hardaway and wife ire delegates to the General Confer meetriceIn Los Angeles Cul during the nontti of May This is giving honor vhere honor is due Philip Cain and Miss Minnie Le Grand were married at the home of- the bride near Rosetta Sunday Apr 10 in the afternoon Rev Geo Morris olllciating Phil works with CharlIe Hardaway this year and yes on his farm The Ladies of the W F M S are nvitd to dine with Mrs Z L Stith In a recant letter to Tho Poruna Medl i clno Co Miss Julia Marlowo of Now I York City has the following to say of Peruna I lam glad to write my endorse ment of the great remedy Peruna I as a nerve tonic I do so most heartily Julia Marlowe Nervousness is very common among Women This condition id duo to anemic nervo centers The nerve centers arc tho reservoirs of nervous vitality These centers become bloodless for want of proper nutrition This is especially true In tho spring season Every spring a host of invalids are produced as tho direct result of weak nerves This could bo easily obviated by the use of Peruna Poruna strikes at the root of tho diniculty by correcting the digestion Digestion furnishes nutri 10000 forfeit if Friday Apr 24 They will the in the after noon Answer to rollcall with a verse the word Sal vation is a the please bring the and March Num bers so as to be to help Mrs Chins Drury with the lesson from Rex Chrlstus Golden Rod Peter from Yel lost week to be the guest of his mother Mrs Geo Sr tion for tho nerve centers di gested food furnishes these of lifo with vitality which loads to strong steady nerves and thus lifeIf Poruna is in great favor among wo men especially those who have vocations that aro trying to tho nervous eye j tom Peruna furnishes the Tasting in vlgoratlon for the nerves that such peo plo so much need of tcstl mentals from women In all parts of tho United States aro being received every year Such evidence surely proves that Peruna is without an equal as a nerve tonic and a vital in- vigorator Buy a bottle of Peruna today Ifyou do not receive all the bene fits from Peruna that you ex pected write to Dr Corn lumbus Ohio produce the originalwe cannot letter and signature of above testimonial which well demonstrates its full genuineness hold regular monthly meeting scripture containing Everybody who subscriber Mibsionary Advocate February able Gregpry aneup vington Gregory Properly reservoirs nourishes Thousands unsolicited Hartman BrasliearPayne The engagement of Miss Ridifr Payne of Lexington to Mr Peter C Brashear of this city is announc ed Miss Payne is well known in this city where she has visited Mrs Oscar Turner The wedding will take place June 8 at Mapleton tne brides homeMondays Louisville TimesMr Brashear was born and reared in this city and is a son of Mr and Mm J D Brashear of Louisville who formerly resided here AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA INOTICE = The Shoriff of Hrcckcnriclgc county when sworn into oilice swears to treat nil persons in the same manner Ho takes nn oath to collect your taxes You wnnt this done 3early then you nro secure also tho Sheriff 1 as n deputy nm bound to tho Sheriff first then the people 1 am going to 7 abide by my oath and if you nro owing taxes you will save = a I IhOCDSLDpAynATUhoNCEYOUjj J nui going to advertise nil persons owing mo taxes I whether much or little and am going to soil ns soon as I cnn after tho month of April Plcasedo not conic to mo with ox + cases for you are aware I have waited with you patiently and it is no trouble for you to borrow a low dollars This is posi tivo and will bo followed to tho letter of the law It was do I tided hero nt tho list Circuit Court that land sales for taxes are legal I must have tho old taxes before tho now book comes 5 out I Hie M BEARD D SYT- 7TYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYTTTTTVTYTTTT WWJ rNlllr iJ AMW For Ladies OnlyI- s my new line of SHIRT WAIST SETS I have the nicest line shownI in this town and you will do well to examine it Both SILVER and PEARL in abundance All the late patterns Sailor Girls Gibsons Gypsey Girls Little Miss Sunbonnet Iris and other Flowers PRICESBlouse Sets of three pins in solid silver tops at 75c Shirt Waist Sets of four pins in solid silver tops at 125 postpaid Any of the above patterns Send your order to W B Oelze theYerPrt Ky 1 IV x i- r t f rn