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Ir THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSt ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINTV- OL t XXVIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 27 1904 8 Pages NO 41 REPUBLICANS HOLD A t LIVELY CONVENTION I The Republicans of Breckenridge county held a lively convention at Hardinsburg last Saturday It was the outs against the Ins The outs seem to have had tho best of the fight as they carried everything with a whoop The ontsclaim that they are getting tired of being domi nated by the revenue and post o1Nce elements and want a little say them selves about the organization of the party even if they cant have it about the revenue offices Tho first tight came up over the elec tion of a temporary chairman Mr l Allen R Kmcheloe the present coun ty chairman was put up by the insand the Hon Chas Blanford was the champion of the outs Mr Kincheloe called the conven tion to order promptly at 2 oclock p m Dr E P Rodgers of Auklna in a highly complimentary and en thusiastic speech presented the name of Mrd R Kinoheloe Judge Ahl seconded the nomination The Judge was enthusiastic for his man and his party and called on his friends to do their duty as became good Republi cans who loved their party their president and their country Mr W Sherman Ball was theI spOKesman of the outs and when he put in nomination the Hon Chas Blauford for the place the applause was immense and showed how the convention stood The vote was put by Dr Rodgers and resulted in theI nomination of the Hon Chas ulan fordMr Blanford touk the chair and made a stirring speech for Roosevelt and Republicanism The Hon R M Jolly was chosen SecretaryMr R Kmcheloe moved that the chair appoint two committees of It five each one on delegates and one on resolutions Mr Sherman Ball offered an amendment to this resolu tion It was that the chair appoint I a committee of three on delegates and resolutions The amendment prevailed and the chair appointed the following committee Capt J H Rowland W J Hall and W S Ball The committee retired and returned with the following report which was unanimously adopted Resolved that we the Republicans of Breckenridge county in convention assembled unreservedly commend the wise and patriotic administration of President Roosevelt and heartily in- dorse him for the nomination for President and recommend that the congressfonal their votes for hum in the National I conventionWe to the consideration of the district convention to be held at Shepherdsville May 2 the name of John P Huswel1 Jr of this county as a candidate for delegate to the National convention to be held at Chicago and indoree and recommend his candidacy to the Republicans of the Fourth District And our dele gates are instructed to cast their votes for him as lung as his name shall be before the convention to vote on every question and nomination among them in such a manner as will promote his candidacy and secure his selection as such delegateD using every honorable means to attain that end 1 The convention up to this time hadtt comparatively smooth sailing It strucK a snag however when Mr Jesse K Eskridge offered the following rtSolutious Be it resolved that the delegates ofI this county De instructed to vote for a resolution in the district convention tytheHpn John W Yerkes for National Comtqitteeman a Mr Ball was on his feet in nn in stant and raised the point of order tnat the resolution was out of order that It should have to be placed be fore the committee on resolutions andI acted on by them This brought onI a lively debate Those speaking for the resolution were A R Kincheloe Dr Rodgers Hon R M Jolly andI Judge Wm Ahl Those opposed were Mr Ball Mr Royalty and several1I others The chair put the vote on the resolution and it was lost Those opposed to the resolution saidtI they had no objection to Mr Yerkes but it was the crowd that was trying to boost him and carry everything by storm In other words Mr Royalty said that the party in thisI county were getting tired of being ruled by the revenue gang It was a pretty warm convention iin the WAy of words After the tight was over they all shook hands and held a love feast over Roosevelt Delegates Appointed The following delegates were appointed to attend the district conven tion at Shepherdsville and the State convention at Louisville Chad Blanford W J Piggott R M Jolly D C Heron W S Ball O D Shellman E M Beard TnoP Haswell Jr A R Kincheloe HOCK Pile Sam Bassett Grit Hambleton Wm Beard Jno M Butler Burrel Whittinghlll Dr Rodgers W JHall Cant J H Rowland Joe Fitch FranK P Payne SA Pate John B Bates Ueo Gray Jesse R Eskridge Haswcll Has Fair Chance Hon J P Hawell Jr of Har dinsbnrg has a fair chance of being selected as deleate to the National convention at the Fourth district con vention at Shepherdsville He not only received the instructed delegates of BrecKenndge county on Saturday but also the majority of the delegates at the Hardin county convention at which he was present and the Jin strnction of Meade county in his favor Fist Fight at Hawesville At the Republican convention at Hawesvllle Saturday about five blows were exchanged between N B Chambers one of Franks revenue men and E C Vance the former being considerably worsted although Vance bled considerably In answer to a strong speech by Mr Vance against the gumshoe tactics of the revenue men Chambers charged that Vance was turned out of the postoffice for forging an order Vance resented the assertion and the two men rushed together Results In the State Returns from out in the State in dicate the election of W O Bradley of Louisville John W Yerkes of Danville Richard P Ernst of Cov ington and George W Long of Mad isonville as delegates to the National Convention from the State atlarge Jordon Jackson a negro from Fayette county may be given a place instead of Mr Long Former Gov Bradley led in the number of instructed votes Yerkea followed second Ernst third Another Tell City Bank Tell City Ind April 23TeU City will have another new bankcapftallzed at 30OOU The money was raised by Tell City business men and peo ple in the vicinity The new bank will be known as the Citizens Nation Bank J A EVERETT ADDRESSES FARMERS IN THIS CITY J A Everett National President of the American Society of Equity made an interesting talk about the objects of the Society at Oeizes Hall Saturday evening to the formers and business men of this city and vicin Iity In response to many letters re ceived at Indianapolis Ind the headquarters of the Society Mr Everett came to Western Kentucky to speaK in its interest and organize I local unions Before cowing to this city Mr Everett spoke at Morganfield Dixon Henderson and Owensboro At chess places he was greeted with enthusiasm by the farrrers and the newspapers in the sections he visited devoted much space to praising the merits of the Society and urging all farmers to join it This city was Mr Everetts last speaking point In the State and the trip was the first of the kind he has made since he found ed the Society Besides being the originator and president of the Amer ican Society of Equity Mr Everett is the editor of UpToDate Farming the official paper of the Society fir Everetts Speech Mr Everett was introduced by E B Jglesby a prominent local organizer of the Society He did not speak as a fluent orator but in a plain busi nesslike manner By request he gave especial attention to the tobacco question There is no reason said Mr Everett why the farmers should not be independent against the tobacco trust When all farmers have organ ized he said it will be the greatest union in the world and organized as- a class it can do anything it wants It is wonderful to contemplate the growth of the American Society of Equity since its foundation sixteen months ago said Mr Everett It now hay 100000 members who reside in every state in the union and in Cann da also One year ago it hud about 25000 members At this rate Mr Everett predicted that it will have 000000 members by the end of 1004 Wfl are working for 1000000 mem bers said Mr Everett but 1000 000 is not the limit There are about 8000000 farmers in the country We will organize until we have 8000000 yes 10000000 members But with 1000000 we can accomplish anything we want to The plan of the Society is simple and made for business said Mr Everett There are two features the national union and the local between which there is direct communication There are no state or county organ zatlons There are no politics in it The object of farmers societies in the past was to tear down other Kinds of tbusiness to a level with the farming business The object of the American Society of Equity said Mr Everett is to build up the agricultural in dustry to make farming the best profession of all a profession which the town people will go into the country to seek The farmer has first in his possession the stud which all other classes s havent got and must have All the So ciety expects its members to do to se cure profitable prices on their products said Mr Everett is to control th market let the demand come out t the farm and seek the supply not the supply seek the demand as in the old waVeIn the old way he said the supply was damped inon the demand and covered it up making it a club with which to beat down prices and biting other classes than the farmer control and manipulate the market In speaking of the doubt expressed by some as to the farmers sticking together Mr Everett ailed that he be shown a man who would not stick to that which makes him money as ho knows the Society will eventually do Mr Everett spent several minutes in telling what the Society has al ready done for the farmers of this country About a year ago he said the ISociety told the American fur mer that Ins IDoa wheat was worth one dollar a bushel Tins was published as news through the papers of the country and attracted much at tention The object was to make the demand look for the supply and put wheat up to oue dollar while it was in the hands of the farmers This plan failed for several months but the Society kept it up and last February dollar wheat was reached To prove that tho Society through the farmers put this price on wheat Mr Everett stated that cash wheat or real wheat was live or ten cents above speculative wheat in February and the specula tors were continually trying to bear tne market This one act on the Tart of the Society was worth mill ions of dollars to the farmers of the country said Mr Everett Many farmers had held their wheat crop until the Society got tne price up to a dollar and then sold at a profit Not only this but the action of the Society andits result nowheat nod the=elfect if holding up the price on corn oats potatoes and other commodities Mr Everett said if this could be done with wheat wny could not the Society do it with tobacco Tobacco he said is the most necessary luxury in the country and if those people who use it couldnt get it for less than four thces the present prices I they would have it even then The Society is not antagonistic to the To bacco Trust he said but only wants to tell the farmers how to put their own price on their tobacco He said that the Tobacco Trust could just as well pay the farmers of Kentucky more for their tobacco because they could add the amount to the consum ers end of the transaction who would pay it In order to get his favorite luxury He paid he could not explain why the Trust does not pay the farmers of Kentucky more for their tobacco unless on the theory that corporations have no Souls The Society he said has the most ex cellent system of crop reporting in the country From the local unions re ports are sent to the national union as to the quality and size of the to bacco crop By these reports the minimum or equitable price for the whole country is fixed and sent back to each member through the official pa per At present Mr Everett said the Society will not put a price cn to bacco but will do so later When the Society has a million members and states to the Tohacco Trust its price on tobacco it will have to buy at that price or not at all Mr Ev erett denied that there is an overproduction of tobacco and stated that when the farmers put their own price on the crop the demand will readily seek the soewhenothe proper time arrives Already hesaid the agitation over the tobacco question throughout the State by the American Society of Equity and in dependent unions has had the effect lately of bringing up the prices on the crop The speaker made it clear how the HEALTHis Most Important In buying foodproducts several things EconomyResultsi the most important is Health Healthmeans everything In buying clothes shoes hats furniture etc if the buyer is deceived and gets an imitation buying there is moneybutis beyondprice Remember these fads when buying baking po- wderROYAL BAKING POWDERABSOLUTELY PURE betterment of the farmers condition through the Society will benefit nil other kinds of legitimate business and tnat the Society IB antagonistic to none It will help to maintain the integrity of the bankers investment s- itI will enable tho physician to collect better fees ana more readily than formerlyand so on All classes said Mr Everett will help the far mers to organize when they fully un derstand the movement Mr Everett said that tho farmers should not depend too much on Con gress for relief at present but should give their attention to organizing un til they had a million members when Congress should be compelled to listen to their demands and they could get anything they wanted by reason of their great power Mr Everett spoke briefly but in a sensible way about independent or ganizatlons of tobacco growers which have sprung up all over the State in the past few weeks It is a piece of folly he said to form such organiza tions even if they cover the whole State unless they join the national union He said that the independent tobacco growers organization is much less powerful than the national anion and for this gave two reasons The independent organization is working for a profitable p ice on to bacco alone In Kentucky In this there is danger of neglect ng other crops and overdoing one crop The national organization is working for profitable crops and will not overdue any one of them Again the tobacco growers in the national organization when seeking legislation in their be half are more powerful than an in dependent organization of tobacco growersAfter Mr Everett had finished talk Ifag a number of questions were asked by some ot his audience The most important was How can a man hold his tobacco fern better price when he is not able to do soY In answer Mr Everett said that the movement pro posed by the Society might not worK out perfectly right at first because the days of miracles is past He said he expected a few farmers will have to deliver their crop at once But there are many who will not have to soil at once and these will make H better market eventually for those who cant hold at all In a short time as will he readily seen all will be able to hold their crops until the proper time to market them1 To Whom Credit Is Due To Messrs T E McGavccK and E B Oglesby local A S of E enthusiasts and organizers is credit due for Mr Everetts visit to this city Mr Everett had appointments to speak at Morgan Ald Dixon Hender son and Owensboro only When Mr Oglesby heard that Mr Everett was to be at the above cities he wrote a letter at once to Mr Everett and urgently requested him to speak in this city or at Hardinsburg while on his present trip Un last Friday after noon Mr McGavock went to Owens boro and in person added his request to that of Mr Oglesby He persisted in his efforts until he made Mr Everett believe it was his duty toconw this city After Mr Everett spoke at Owensboro Friday afternoon he was accompanied by Mr McGavock to this city on the accommodation train While in the city he was the guest of Mr and Mrs E B Oglesby He left for his home at Indianapolis on Sunday morning Continued on Page 4 + L EXCURSION HH- toFORDSVILLE LOUISVILLE and Return SATURDAY MAY 14 1904 loo the Round Trip MX X White People Only Coach set off at Garfield and one at Hdrdinsburg night WW WT Tf 1W l t PLENTY OF ROOM LADIES A beforeA N1 JtiHO 1 V i l f 1grMJiJLi t- J aL 1 a rY a q S a + 1 r flfl r H21-t +1 II J 1111111 r r r 1zH+ 1Ltt e THE STROLLERS By FREDERIC S ISHAM Author of Under the Rose ICoprrlgbtI of r+oHooHH+ I IH+I + + +o+ootMoH Mot +CHAPTER XXIX II13RI5 is an aphorism to the ef T feet that ono on nnot spend and have also a saying about the whirlwind hoth of which in time came home to the laud baron For several generations the Mativllle f uy bearing one of the proudest Hutue jjit Louisiana hail held marked ureetlge under Spanish and French ale while oxtonslve plantations hull- lsted the commercial1 ascendency of the patroons ancestors The thrift of ito forefathers lnwmvr ipassed light jr over Kdward Manville Sent to Paris by hU mother a widow who GOld deny him nothing lu the course rt a few years he had squandered two plantations and several hundred ne hoes Her death placed him in undis mted possession of the residue of the estate when finding the exacting de tails of commcnv Irksome In a mo anent of weakness he was Induced to iltoposo of some of his iwssciisions to Yankee speculators who had come In with the flood of northern energy Yost of time money thus realized he placed In loose Investments while the I remainder gradually disappeared in Indulging his pleasures At this critical stage in his fortunes or misfortunes the patroons legacy lad seemed timely and his trip to the north followed Hut from a swarm of creditors to a nest of antirenters was out of the frying pan Into the tire has tening his return to the Crescent City where be was soon forced to make an tssUrnment of the remaining property A score of hungry Ilawyers hovered around the sinking estate greedily lealOUi lest some one of their number should batten too gluttonously at this tieneral collation It was the one topic rf interest in the musty dusT court lions until the end appeared with the following announcement in the local perAnnonce Vente importante de ne raw Maurille estate In bankruptcy r- And thereafter were specified the different Iota of negroes to be sold Coincident with these disasters name- Di c wmm tbe north regarding his sup Pi n e interests in New York A ttuttonal convention bad a feudal tenures and freed t u baronial burden Ala a house of cards the i me was swept away and i remained of tbe print f worthlens antlent dyed i Mill g one of the largest 0 51 of the negroes and L riLandise and property f y his clamorous creditors 0 Ksmbling debt Thow- o i tard+ It was neciswr to n moved out of his bachelor ui uts turned over bis expensive furnishings and briea brae to the gum bier and snapped his lagers at the overanxious constables and lawyers Ills new home was In the louse of at aged quadroon who bad been a servant in his fainRy many years ago how long no one seemed to rememberand- who had been his nurse before she had received her freedom She enjoyed the distinction of being feared In the neighborhood her fetiches had a power no other witchs ponMcssod and many of the negroes would have done anything to have itoaapased these Infallible charms save crossing her threshold to get them Mauvllie when he found fortune slipping away from him std rule staring him in the face hud been glad to transfer his abode to this un hallowed place going Into hiding MS it wero until the storm should blow by when ho expected to emerge confident ns ever But Junction soon chafed his restless iiaturo mid drove him forth In spite of i Any one been to sec me mammy t- Mmsoir from the streets In that quar ter of the town whore tho roofs of various colored louses formed strange fcvoiupiriotil figures nnd the windows CTO bright with flaring headdresses lifnonth which looked out curious vis sg sof ebony Returning one dny from such a Iperegrination ho doter inhiod to end a routine of existence so Humiliating to his prldo Pausing before a doorway the land baron looked this way and that and sopiiiK oniy tilt rotating eyes or n pitit nnlnuy fastened upon him hurried through the entrance Hanging upon the walls were red and green pods and bunches of dried herbs of unquestlon able virtue belonging to the old crones pharmacoprrla Mnuvillo slowly ascended the dark stairs and reached his retreat a small apartment with fur niture of cnnowork and floor covered with sea grass the ceiling low and the windows narrow opening upon a WIll laturo balcony that offered spnco for one and no more Is dat yo honey T said nn adoring voice on the landing Yes auntie replied the land baron 111Ilighted recess Any one been to see me mammy Only tInt Mexican gem men dat geiumen been here befo who tko yo message about de troops when dey go from New Orleans how many dey am You know that auntie 1 he asked qalvkly You know that I Yes honey she answered slink lug her head Yo be berry careful Marsr Btlwftlt1- What did he want said tho land baron quickly He gib me ells And the crone handed her visitor n slip of paper on which a few words were written What tInt wean 1 It means I nm going away mummy pushing back his chair Gwlne away she repented Whons yo gwlne T Tomorrow perhaps tonight oven down the river auntie rising mid sur veying himself in n mirror How long yo gwlne away fob Perhaps forever auntie notIInto lout wailing Yos swIne anti yo old mammy 11 see yo no mob no moh I knows why yos gwino Marsr Kdward 1ao heard yo talkin about her In yo sleep But yo stay and jro mammy has a love charm fob yo Don shes yos foIl sushi Pshaw mammy Do you think I would fly from a woman Do I look as though I needed a charm 1- No She uiiu worship yoT cried the Infatuated crone Were losing time mammy he ex claimed Stop this nonsense and go pack a few things for me I have some letters to write The old woman reluctantly obeyed and the land baron jwnned a somewhat lengthy epistle to his one time master In Paris the Abbe Moueau whose disapproval of the AngloSaxon encroach ments witness Ixmlsluna and zeal for the colonization of the Latin races are matters of history Having complete his epistle tbe land baron placed it in the old crones hand to mall with If that man calls npuln tell him Ill meet him tonight and leaving the room shot through the doorway once more rapidly walking down the shabby thoroughfare The aged negro woman stumbled out upon the balcony and gazed after the departing figure CHAPTER X- XO N a certain evening about n month later the tropical rains land llooded the thoroughfares until St Charles street need ed but a Klulto and a little imagination to convert it into a watery highway of another Venice while as for Canal street its name was as applicable as thought It were spanned by a Bridge of SighsStraws editor and rhymester was seated on the semlorleutal semi Kronen gallery of the little cute called the Veranda sipping his absinth nUll smoking a cheroot Before him was paper partly covered with well nigh Illegible versification and a bottle of Ink while a goose quill tool of the tuneful nine wus expectantly poised in midair Confound m he said to himself I cant write in the attic any more since Colestlnn bus gone and apparently I I cant write away from It But I must stop thinking or Ill never com plete this poem Now to make iny mind n blank a fitting receptacle to receive Inspiration The bards figure swayed uncertain Ily on the stool In the lively race through a sonnet It was often of late a mutter of doubt with Straws whether Bacchus or Calliope would prevail at the finish and tonight the Jocund god had had a perceptible start Nappy ehV said a voice at his el bow as a dripping figure approached deposited hIs lint on one chair and him self in another The newcomer hind a long Gothic taco and a merrywise ex pression The left hand of the poet waved me chanically imposing silojice The 111111 dived suddenly to paper trailed twice across it and then was cast aside as Straws looked up IIYes he replied to the others Inter rogation Its all on account of Coles Unas leaving me You ought to see my room The poet sighed And you Fltnznm how are you feeling Sober as n Judge Thou you shall Judge of this last couplet exclaimed Straws quickly It has cost me much effort The editor wanted It It seemed almost too sad a Biihloot for my holtlne muse There nre sonic things which snouia DC snvrai even from us IMmzmn But what is to be done when the editor In chief com mands Ours not to reason why I The poem Is a monody on the tragedy at thetheaterAt St Charles said Pbnzmn musingly As I passed It wits closed It seemed early for the performance to be over Yet the theater was dark all the lights had gone out More than the lights went out an swered Straws gravely A life went outI dont exactly oh you refer to Miss Carews farewell No to Barnes Barnes exclaimed his surprised listenerYes he is dead gone out like the snuff of a candle Died In harness be fore the footlights lie acted ns If he wore dazed while the piny was In progress and I could not but notice It standing In the wings The prompter spoke of It to me Even Mss CnreWi rallied him gently between acts on hM subdued manner This Is our last Iperformance togeth or he said absently She gave him a reproachful look mind ho added quickly Do I appear gloomy my dear I never happierAt end of the second act he seemed to arouse himself when she as Isabella said Ill lit his mind to death for his souls rest Ho gazed at her long and earnestly his look caressing her wherever she moved Beginning the prison scene with spirit ho hind pro ceeded to- Reason thus with life It I do lose times I do logo n thing Tlmt none but fools would keep when suddenly he threw up hIs arms and fell upon the stage his taco toward Mitt Carcw ritthcd to him the audience With a cry I shall never forget Miss Cnrew rushed to him and took Ida head In her arms gazing at him wildly and calling to him piteous- lyI The curtain went down but noth ing could be done and life quickly ebbed Once only ills lips moved Your mother there where tho play never ends and It was over It Is like a romance sold Pliazmn finally at the conclusion of this narration To be Continued A disordered stomach may cause no end of trouble When the stomach fails to perform its functions the bowels become deranged the liver and kidneys congested causing numerous diseases the most fatal of which are painless and therefore I the more to be dreaded Tne important thing is to restore the stomach and silver to a healthy condition aud for this pur pose no better prepitratiin can be used than Chamberlains Stomach and Liv er Tablets For Sale by Short Haynes Protracted Meeting Postponed The protracted meeting at the M E church South which was an nounced in the News last Wednesday to begin that evening has neon post poned until Wednesday May 41 on account of the illness of Rev T R Kendall pastor of Settles Cnapel at Owensboro After the announce ment was given to the press Rev Kendall telephoned to Rev King that he was ill of la grippe and could not begin the meeting at the date announced A Great Sensation There was a Dig sensation in Lees ville Ind when W H Brown of that place who was expected to die had his life saveji by Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption He writes I endured insufferable agonies from Asthma but your New Discovery gave me Immediate relief and soon thereafter effected a complete cure Similar cures of Consumption Pneu monia Bronchitis nnd Grip are nu merous Its the peerless remedy for all throat and lunu troubles Price GOo and 100 Guaranteed by Short Haynes Druggist Trial bottles free Planters CoOperative Ins Co The job department of tIle News is doing the printing for the farmers insurance company recently organized at Fryniire The company is known as the Breckenridgn and Meude Coun ty Planters Cooperative Insurance Company The bylaws constitutionI and policies that are being printed are practically the same as those of tho Perry County Farmers Protective Insurance company of Perry county Ind mil due the Llreraad Thousands have used this reliable remedy with perfect confidence and success for 62 years because they know just what it contains The formula consists of Buchu Hydrangea Mandrake Yellow Dock Sarsaparilla Gentian Senna and Iodide of Potassium Any doctor or druggist will tell you that this is n scientific and reliable combination of great merit for all diseases having their origin in the Liver Kidneys or Wood After years of experience and patient experiment Dr Thacher so perfected the process of manufacture that it never fails to bring the expected relief when taken according to directions Thousands of sick ohcs to whom life has been a burden have written grate ful letters of thanks srFpn Ailssrsslrrloct171502- I have suffered greatly with indigestion constipation also a severe liver trouble with loss of appetite Could not rest well at night in fact had no energy to work or even walk around I felt like I was packing a heavy load and was easily exhausted until I took Dr Thachers liver and Ulood which helped me almost the first dose When I had taken one and onehalf bottles lIcit like a different roan and I knew that it was due entirely to your medicine I used in all three bottles and consider myself perfectly cured At tills time my arpetlte Is good I sleep well and feet strong and refreshed on arising in the morning T I Srai It you reed a mrdielite write today for Tree lantple bottle road JrThaehrrK tini ly ak you to try it at our cxpfiitr OO cent anil flOO THacher Medicine Co Tenn B F Beard Tells Of His Early Life in California B F Beard of Hardinsburg Kr- Is now a prosperous bunker and to bacco denier but his career not always been restricted to the pence ful fields of Kentucky In 18Gi when the gold fever held the country in its relentless grasp he went to California and joined the fortyniners whose intrepid encounters with the hard ships of the West for the sake of the California gold dust form an interest Ingonanter in the countrys history Mr Beard said last night at the Louisville Hotel There was a plenty of gold in Cal ifornia when I went out there Both my former and my subsequent years have been spent in Kentucky but I spent eleven years of my life away from here and I do not begrudge the time I did not come back with any more money than I had when I left but I had experience that I could not have gainedin an other way I saw men get rich I saw men starve to death I saw men killed by the In dians I was never in serious dUll culty mynolf but I saw any number was anything but the West of today Every manner of wan from the greas er of Mexico to the redskin inhabited the country and I met men with whom I would have never come in contact otherwise Between the greas er and the redsKin I believe I prefer two company of the litter but the fifties were not years when men chose their associates carefully iu Califor nlaTuesdays CourierJournal Weekly Crop Report The following weekly crop report was sent out by tile weather bureau at Louisville lust week Very cold weather prevailed during the week with trilling frosts on the morning of the 17th and 18th The rainfall was very light Under these conditions crops made very slight advancement but furm work progressed well Wbeat is generally reported to be in fair condition but is matting hardly any growth Tobacco plants are up but at n standstill and in some localities have been damaged by freezing Corn planting is progressing satisfactorily anda good acreage will be put 1n- Oats are about all sown and coming np slowly Early potatoes and some garden truck have been planted Pastures and meadows look fairly well but are not advancing much Fruit has been seriously injured by the heavy frosts on the 17th and 18th but the extent of the damage can not be determined at present It is proba ble that the peach crop has suffered severely in nearly all localities Will Build A Cottage- J M Lewis has the contract to build a fiveroom cottage for Abner Dent colored work to begin next month The cottage will be erected on the it opposite the residence of Robt Polk The present building will bo torn down to make room tor the new one Congress Adjourns This Week At a conference last week ot benntors Spooner Aldrich Allison and Speaker Cannon it was determined that the final adjournment of Congress should bo cither on Thursday or Friday April 28 or 29 News That is Not News Western Publisher There is too much real news in the field to permit country corresponaents to mention neighborhood visiting A special gathering of people is always news but a were chronicle that Mrs Jones took her knitting and spent the afternoon with Mother Brown conies a long ways from entertaining the general public How many feathers on a rooster 7 DR THACHERSt Liver and Blood =Syrup 1 CURES BY REMOYINQ THE CAUSE- A THREEFOLD REMEDY tor III to tone tlonxl trouble Action KUat I sad Purifies the Blood Dandelion from a It irelnoaot9uatitWill104talldrgsta CHattanooga has crossled A Terror to Law Breakers- J R Layman our Commonwealths Attorney went after the lawbreakers in GrnjEon county at this term of court at Leitchfield in n way that is meeting with the hearty approval of the good citizens and has frightened the lawbreakers out of their boots The county has been suffering for some time from time indiscriminate sale of whisky and Mr Layman de termined to break it up He had the gland jury return 10U indictments most of them for violating the local option law Three of them skipped the county to avoid bench warrants One was fined for 450 and another 00 Elizabethtowu News Cures Kidney and Bladder Troubles Deep- S ated Cases Aching Back Alucuus Discharger Etc For old obstinate deepseated Kid ney Bladder and Urinary diseases take a bottle of Botanic Kidney Specific If you have agonizing pains in back swollen legs or abdomen dis charges from the uretku neuralgia of the bladder burning sensation or diffi culty In passing water alsoa frequent desire or even involuntary discharges of the urine Catarrh of the bladder stone Brights disease disagreeable odo of the urine scanty and hign colored your kidneys and bladder are diseased Take Botanic Kidney Specs disappeardischarges appear Tbe burning sensation stops guaranteedBotanic gives strength power and health to the kid nets Acts directly on the uric acid and dissolves and destroys it Plea nt to the taste Especially advised for chronic cases that rests all other treatment 1 per large bottle at my store or by express Call or write A R Fisher Cloverort Ky Belated Snows Over State Belated snows fell all over Western Kentucky last Wednesday morning and extremely cold temperature for the season prevailed It was the heavieat snow of time year and the worst snow stain ever Known in April in many sections Fruit and vegetables suffered as n result At FordHville snow fell to the depth of over six inches In this city about two inches of snow fell in tno murn ing but quickly melted iu the afternoon Good fur Children The pleasant to take and harmless One Minute Cough Cure gives im mediate relief in all cases of Cough Croup and LaOrippe because it does not pass immediately into the stom ach but taices effect right at the seat of the trouble It draws out the inflammation peals and soothes and cures permanently by enabling the lungs to contribute purl lifegiving and life sustaining oxygen to the blood and tissues One Minute Cough Cure is pleasant to take and it Is good all re for young and ola Sold by All Druggist Makes Poultry Pay Miss tee Williams of Flaherty is n young lady who makes poultry pay During the mouth of Martm she sold eightyone dozen eggs and used twenty dozen at home and it was not a very good month for hens to lay either In addition Miss Williams has eight ewes thai had sixteen lambs in February and they are all doing well Meade County Messenger Fine Dental Office Dr J C Bush the dentist of Can nelton has one of the best equipped nontal offices in this section of the country He has a light rtiry office handsomely furnished equipped with all the modern appliances nnd he is fixed for doing any class of work in the dental line CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Blgnaturo 7Ilof I jGREGORYj LUMBERDOORS DOORSSASH SASHBLINDS J DOOR AND WINDOW SCREENS SHINGLESLATHS LATHSLIME BRICK CEMENT ROOFING ETC t J J L MOORMAN jj- DENTIST J Ofllco over Oolzos Hardware Store 1 Prompt attention to all kinds of Dent Work Special attention to FINE GOLD FILLINGS AND CROWN and BRIDGE WORK Prices Moderate Satisfaction Guaranteed 1 Correct Dress for Men r l If we innkoTyotir suit this fall yOu j can depend ondd COKUECTNESS OF STYLE t EXCELLENCE OF TAILOR r IXG RELIABILITY OF FABRIC J H Hunsche With Casper May h Co Cannelton Ind Gasolinefor News Office H DeH MOORMAN I Attorney at Law- tlARDlNSBURG KYrWill practlco his profession In all of the Courts of Hroccenrldlto and adjoining coun ties Special attention given to collecting road cases and criminal practice License to practice In United States District Courts Office over Bank of Ilardlnsburg + K ftI + arFh7w The Lady Is interested in i receptions concerts church socialsi and other entertainments of this tort which re quire the help of a printer We are always glad to quote prices 1 on printing of this sort the NEWS HopslteJlty Yl At Small Expense I Yimil J N ownNY ftHcrrlckpaid 50 cents M 11E J CLODE Publisher 1565th AYe N Y P TO BE GIVEN AWAY TblJ HuxUoni Embroidery Outfit stamped on root ma terial will I millet absolutely tree of charge It cnnilit of 1 Crvtanthemum Center lee hall inn with C Dulled I each 6iS ID r dainty Cullen r Anchors for 11110 lull I andrI I r 9 READ OFFER DELOW I l Vie NEW IDEAWomans MnlnzlneirinenuhiITedml G p eonulnitlie htni m of ita 4 11t be found anywhere In theractIneenid Iftishtodrdsell-at i moderate eIlhp New IIDEA WOMANS MAOA znB U a r iiti e nt e vitv La h issue intalnt Illuitri tlonilnciilorv Itraabo1slautgectntndtlng to Ir women In their I me life Send Vr name tnday with 60 tent and we a Ill ewer OUIIII tlin Cr oneyearand man also the Embroidery Outfit shot stov- eieautotthlpaperwinlonwrllts 3 NEW ID A rrouiHXKO CO ISI Brouhrar Hnr Tork t- J J The Breckenridge News n nuuu un x WEDNESDAY APRIL 27 1904 Vividly Described The reporter from whoso account of n ilro tho following Is quoted must himself says tho representative of n rival journal have boon In great dnn I gor of being consumed by tho lire of his own eloquence The water Kconied to spur tho lire wilder deeds The thanes nUll toII smoke rolled higher and higher the scene became luridly awfully magnificent beyond tottering words power to pnlnt It was n canto of DinitoB Inferno acted In all Its fiery pomp anti splendor Banners of flame would now be waved out by dark amoko bands thou ten million curling little pennons ofjtho firo would hiss and flutter then vanish and a great reeling tower of smoke whoso darkness was stabbed and spangled with flames and sparks would till the buildings grimly shoot back from reflected surfaces n crimson greeting niiU up In the far off sky the out l1lJtenod stars turned pale for shame and the moon through tho drifted smoke glowed like a bowl of blood A llissourl UllllehRIIIICII There are some pretty fair Jslmrods In Missouri now but a story which Is printed in an old history of Callaway county shows that KOIHO of tliosto of former days could make contemporary sportsmen look like iO cents either as shots or as raconteurs Mr Cal vin Tnte according to this history says that tho wild pigeons wore so i plentiful ono summer that frequently when they would alight on u tree It would bend down to tlc ground with their weight lIe went hunting one day and seeing a flue lot or pigeons in a tree ho hitched his horse to ono of the limbs and fired and killed 500 at- One i shot The rest Hew away and us soon as the tree was relieved of their weight It straightened up carrying his horso with It and tho poor brute had to hang there until Tate could go home and get an ax and cut the tree down Kansas City Journal The Inillnii mill n Gnu Fiirnncv Just before gas began to be used In Iawhuska one of tho Osage braves visitedI Hurtlesville and got his first glimpse 6Wi gas fire AH he could see In the stove was a pile of rcdhut bricks througn time crevices of which the blue Unifies Were curling He said nothing but before starting homo he wont to the yard and bought a lot of brick and hauled them home He burned up six bozos of matches and all tho dry wood hid wife had cut try Ing to get tho bricks to burn and ffinalI I Ily hauled them buck to Itartlesvlllo and told the yard innn they were no good Pawhuska Okla Capital The Tlbetmifc Tho Tibetans are not beautiful How could they be wham by their own con fession the national ancestry runs buck to the klllg of the monkeys and n hobgoblin Bonvnlot says of them The very deals are better Ilooking The type Is midway between tho iis Imo and the Chinese Broad fiat noses without visible bridge no eyebrows wldo mouths full lips oily skips hair ns coarse HUt straight ns horsehair and short square ungainly figures tliese are tho elements of the unpleaslng picture In lid II J liiiKilxii Here Is a story that crimes from Ion don and Illustrates tho peculiarities of the American boy The youngster was at the Hotel Cecil and he listened In tently to a group of English folks Suddenly he looked up n this mother Say ma do these people talk Eng fish Certainly they do my child What a question Then we dont said the cub An Olil TcNlaiuoiit Verse The twentyfirst verd of the seventh chapter of Ezra in the Old Testament contains nIl time letters of the alphabet And I even I Artnxcrxea the king do make a decree to all the treasurers which are beyond the river that what soever Ezra time Ipriest the serUm of the law of the God of heaven shall re ui Ire of you it be dune speedily A A I To aid In forming your estimates we furnish tho following figures Tho total paid admissions during May tho first month of tho Chicago Worlds Fair ware m1000Q31 the total paid admissions during May tho first month of tho Buffalo PanAmerican Exposition were 300430 What will bo the total paid admissions during Iny the first month of tho St Louis Worlds Fair Figure It out or guess lit It and send In tho figures of your guesses It may mean a tortuno to you Tho contest will close tho duly before the Fair opens so that no advantage Is gained by delay In es timating tho result Send tho figures of your estimates or guesses with your subscriptions a Ho caret nl to write your name figures and P O plainly r Dont tall to tako advantage of tho JIJlJ WnWl For the nearest correct estimate or guess 5000 ip For tho second nearest correct estimate or guess 3500 For tho third nearest correct estimate or guess 1 000 For tho fourth nearest correct estimate or guessm 500 t For tho fifth nearest correct estimate or guess 300 For tho sixth nearest correct estimate or guess 200 t For tho seventh nearest correct estimate or guess 150 For tho eighth nearest correct estimate or guess 100 For tho ninth nearest correct estimate or guess i5 For tho tenth nearest correct estimate or guess 50 tI tho noxt five nearest correct estimates or guesses 20 each 100 For the next five nearest correct estimates or guesses 110 each 50 For tho next S3 nearest correct estimates or guesses t5 140 For the next 445 nearest correct estimates or guesses g3 each 11335 =I 493 prizes amounting to fUSOO The EiiKllnh HiiNlinnil A poor woman in n London parish was consulting me in connection with her domestic troubles and there was some doubt as to whether her marriage was a legal one inasmuch as her hns band as she had just discovered ap peared to liavo n wife living front whom ho had separated Time womans pathetic Inquiry was If lu Is not my husband what right has ho to knurl me aboutA Clergyman In London Spectator Natures Street HoMtoriT BleHHlngH on him who Invcntid slop the mantle that covers all IUIUMU thoughts the food that appeases hun ger the drink that quenches thirst the tire that warms tho cold that muitiT ates heat und lastly the general coin that purchases all things the balance and voight that finals the shepherd with the king and the simple with tin lclllilfh Mrs Nfiwrlch In art storOId tnko this picture but sonic person has been scribbling on it Salesman But mad iiui that la the artists signature Mrs Xowrleh Well hes got his Inerve Still I guess you could scratch It out couldnt t 14 All long known objects even u mere window fastening or n particular door latch Ihave sounds which are n sort of recognized voice to USII voice that will thrill rind awaken when It has been used to touch deep lying fibers I the begin nor in itolltlcs addressing the gray hnlred statesman cum a politician be honest I suppose so my boy replied the veteran butaimIt isnt necessary Colliers Weekly lie AViiM Miss Do Mulr Were you ever hyp notized Mr Hector llctor Yes Im married Illustrated Bits is ONE FREE PAID FOR THE NEWS FILL OUT THE AND MAIL IT TO US AND IF YOUR ESTI MATE IS THE ONLY ONE YOU WILL RE CEIVE A CHECK FOR THE FIRST PRIZE I THIS IS ABOUT THE WAY WE KNOW OF TO GET A YOU CANT LOSE IF YOUR GUESS IS SNOT RIGHT YOU GET THE ANY WAY yew dates Ior union The lower house of Congress passed n bill last week providing lor a joint statehood o + Oklahomu and Indian Territory under the name of Ohio homa and of Arizona and New Mexi co under tho name of Arizona Found Dead in Qed Eugene McUollum a briokmason and a wellliked man was found dead in his bed at tho home of his sister Mrs J P Hawley at 11awosI v ille Friday morning Mr Collnm merchnntatbeen making his home at Hnwesville The funeral was held from tho Hawes ville Baptist church yatunlav morn lag nnd U1A interment at Cannelton ofOurThe first Prize 5000 2nd 2500 3rd 1000 with 497 Others Valuable Information Special Prizes eachW I wiseervantesA VoltPucko CotnintlsnryToll ESTIMATE WITHEVERY DOLLAR BLANK NEAREST CORRECT EASIEST FORTUNE PAPER Subscription Blank Inclosed fluid to BPllly on Subscription Account Name mft c lUitofilco wFRw State a My Estimates ot tiie total numhQr Ofpaid tulroles4ons to the Worlds IAdr daring the woitthot May are J JIjuuUf 1 fflIlWJIIfUIWiPM JtmIII Iii Here is the List of Prizes IFor In addition to the foregoing prizes the following Special Prizes for Early Estimates WILL BE PAIDIFor tho nearest correct ostlmnto received before Inn If 4 600 For the nearest correct estimate received on or utter Jan 15 and before Ilhlm iOO For tho nearest correct estimate received on or after Febl and before Fob 15r 600 For tho nearest correct estimate received on or after 500For500ForafterMarch 500 For afterApril 500 Total SCO prizes amounting to 815000 t Breckenridge NewsIrr G 3 t 1- J J j yt fl eeeNeeeeee0oo00ce0e evo000oeeoNeeeeMee IHardinsburgo I B F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD 0DIRECTORS 0 CahilriioO Morris Etkridge G W Beard Late Green C Vic Dr A M Kincheloe D S Richardson iiInsured against loss by fire or burglary time depositsgJ paid on Ooooo 10 0oo00 000e eoe +O oo + + oe e The Breckinridge Bank CloverportI IKy Capital Stock 45100 Surplus 7000Incorporated Organized in 1872 W II HCWMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier DR F L UGHTFOOT V Prat CIIA8 B SKILUf AN AMt CteiWtr Accounts of Firms Individuals and Corporations solicited Any business entrusted to us will receive prompt and carelul attention Storage place for packages in our fireproof vault furnished our customers frse NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS Interest paid on time deposits h u 1 tS480t8t1 8t4o808mA91m980 eSh0880000Q380000tr0804609 i First State BankJ o IRVINGTON KY iiti W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VicePresident 1IH KEMPKR Cashier i IIAccounts of Corporations Firms nnd Individuals solicited II I Interest Paid on Time Deposits eeeee6Ii909QoQeQeQQ6o se9 0909880986699tt899969N9411i 9 on O =i = i THE Fifth AvenueI r I HOTELLouisville y PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr o 1a = and m r800 rate Only one block teens tits two blocks from the theatres Street cars pass the door all parts the neat and clean t= 1 uo 8 = Very cheap oneway rates to CALIFORNIA anti the NORTIW EST molly to April 30 = 1 II1 cursion Sleepers Louisville 9 to CALIFORNIA NEW == MEXICO AUIZOXA a TEXAS i1r miprincipal shopping district and principal r to of city- Everything vnseeeoceoe o4o9o99aooot9aoaaooo9oo9t39999os69o ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD JSAprilthroujhIt S Special Low One Way and JRound trip hates In effect t to the Southwest on Klrst 2 and Third Tuesdays In each monthiiBEST LINE TO HOT SPRINGS ARK i9For Folders nnd Descriptive Mutter ot California Xtw Orleans ClrrnlHrsdcwrlptlre of Lands In the South und through tickets apply to murist nil I road agent address orIIi F W H4RLOW D P A Louisville Ky u9ooo ct9604t mtra 9asso6ae6oooo0409669ooctseooo99moma u uuhUuooeoee o ooo oo ooooooooo o e+o oo oeooaoo eoo i DAN BROOKS CO is o- LIVEi STOCKii i COMMISSION flERCHANTS i iii Iiifiti7 t t t o Butterick PatternsNew ones for May J D BaJabe ge agt MtIpr I Y Wlil A BLESSING TO HUMANITY The New Quaker folding bath Cabinet cures rheumatism lagrippe kidney troubles blood and skin diseases aches and pains lumbago and prevents diseases of all kinds Baths are taken before retiring 100 page book telling how to use it free Weighs about 10 pounds Folds flat in 1 inch space 41x 27 inches 30 inches deep large enough for person weighing less than 210 pounds Regular price 7iby special arrangement we can fill orders for 4 Ev eryone should have one of these cabinets AildreasCabinet Co Box 89CloverportKy How Many Feathers on a Rooster Yfiibi aNn I REMTHISEDY CATARRH Is euro to cELYS BALMGIVE Satisfaction rqRr q NlD 44GteQOandrMcasedFEYEcure3In the Head iUkkly It U absorbed Heals and Protects the Metmrane Restores the Seuscs of Taste and Smelt Iu11 size 60c at drupjtlsi or hv moll Trial Size lOc liy mull ELY UKOTilElls MI Warren St New York 8RECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D and V G DAB AGE Editors and Proprietors Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a yenr or 1125 if paid at the end of year OAUD3 OIrTlANICS over floe lines chanced or at the rate of 10 rents per line OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 c ntl tier line Money In advance Exnmlnn the label on your paperi It It Is not correct oleiise notify us u When ordering a chHiipe In the odd subscribers should Rive their old as well as the now address EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY APRIL 27 1DOII It looks like Parker for the Demo cratio nomination Wrist a fine anti happy feeling it is to be in love and fellowship with your neighbor The man win pays strict attention to his own business if he has any has no time to nose into otner peoples business Dr Newsom threw open the toll gates on the pike last Saturday to the Republican delegates The Doctor is an enthusiastic Roosevelt Bradley manOur guessing contest closes next Saturday If you have not subscrib ed or renewed your subscription bet ter be about it at once A fortune awaits you if you guess the right number 1 There is hope for the public roads 1 in Breckenridge county when Demo 1 crats and Republicans meet on com non grounds Dr W M Howard is a well known and leading Democrat in his community and a good roads man The Hon Chas Blanford is noted for his strong Republican sentiments These two meet on common grounds at HarJinsbnrg the second Monday in May to organizA their friends into tgood roads movement We commend the spirit of this movement May it spread and grow until every man in the county is a good roads ma- nHARDINSBURG H DeH Moorman spent Sunday at Glendeane Hiram Carlton of Rosetta was town last Friday Drs Seth P Parks of Webster andi L B Moreman of Irvington were in the city Wednesday Robert J Ball was in Louisville several days of last week John P Hapwell Jr spent Saturday and Sunday atEhzabethtown The Rev Vm L Gabe was iinI Louisville several days of last week W D Rawlings of fcampl was iin the city Friday on legal business Godfrey Ball is living in Louisville He has a position with the City Railway Co- Dally Beard was in Louisvillg sev oral days of last weeK visiting Mr and Mrs Ed G Beard Tidy Jnrwile ot Glendenne and Sa n Rice of AckitiR aero In town on n business trip Monday- In the County Court Monday Riuh ard Bennett and uthers filed au ap plication for a now road Miss Lillle Scott who hR i been visiting Mr and Mrs Chas Scott re turned to Louisville Monday Dr J C Bush will DO in Uardins burg Monday May U for one week Mr and Mrs Jesse R Eskridge of Owensooro were here last week visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Morris EskridgeDr Moorman of Louisville and his cousin Dr McCarty of Aus tin Texas are visiting relatives at GlendeaneThe Remedy Co left here Monday after a stay of two weeks It is said that they sold an Iwmense amount of medicine while here Messrs Frank DeHaven Millard Franks Will Miller Charles Smith and Robert Smith left last Friday for a trip through California Oregon and Washington They expect to be gone a month- I will be at Fardinsbnrg from May 9 to the 14th prepared to make all kinds of photogranhs This will be your last chance to get first class pho tos cheap Give rue a callW J MattinglyMrs FMcGary and daugh ter Lelia left Thursday fcr Birming ham Ala where they will visit rela tives Miss McGary will visit her sister Mrs Frank Shellman in Mississippi before returning home Mr and Mrs Roy Crawford left Thursday for Clinton Iowa where they will reside Change in Holt Firm R J Board Co the general merchandise firm at Holt has sold a one naif interest to Mrs Chas Riedle of Holt fcr the benebt of her son Fred Riedle who will conduct the ousiness in the future with R J Board CO- n American Prints 5 l2c All our lOc a Ginghams 7 12cII ii Our 94 New Bleached a Sheetings 25c per yd now 16c Our lOc Olitiiig per yd 7 l2c Melledgeville Ky Jon 1 1003 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir I nave been a great sufferer from kidney disease and was treated by my nome physicians with no benefit Your Texas Wonder has cured me and I am satisfied it saved my lifeand I can cheerfully recommend it to la dies suffering with kidney and bladder troubles Respectfully Mrs Eliza Frost A TEXAS WONDER i lOne small bottle of the Texas Won der Halls Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel Dares diabetes seminal emission weak and lame backs rheumatism and all bindder in both men ana women 1 regulates bladder troubles in caildren If not sold by your druggist it will be sent by mail on receipt off 1 One small bottle seldumlfaUs I Hall solo manufacturer P 0 BIxII 029 St Luis Mo Send for testi monials Sld by alldruggists Office I 12091 Olive street Additional Irvington- Born to the wife of Worland Carter I April 22 an eight pound girl Frank Carter has returned to Vine Grove to reenter the Latham Sani tariumFather Zoeller goes to Louisville this week to officiate at the marriage of a relative Miss Julia Greenwood spent several days last week with Mrs Floyd Rob erts assisting in nursing the sick Bernard Carter of Cloverport and Tom Carter of Feuley wee herd Sunday to see relatives Llllie Hester Roberts who nas been so seriously ill with pneumonia and meningitis is slightly improved and hopes are entertained for her recovery PeculiarTo ItselfIn what it is and what it does con taming the best bloodpurifying alterative and tonic substances and effecting the most radical nnd per manent cures of all humors and all eruptions relieving weak tired languid feelings and building up the whole systemis true only of Hoods Sarsaparilla No other medicine acts like it no other medicine has done so much real substantial good no other medicine has restored health and strength at so little cost I was troubled with scrofula and came nets losing my eyesight For four months I could not see to do anything After taking two bottles of Hoods Sarsaparilla I could see to walk and when I had taken eight bottle I could see as well as ever SUSIE A HAIRS TON Withers N C Hoods Sarsaparilla promises to euro and keeps the promise DEATH CONIES TO MRsiCA HOOK I rwxooooo Building and Paving Brick For at Rockbottom Call on or at Cloverport Ky I Charles Bohler Meets Next Monday Hardinsburg Ky April 20Spev- ial Granville S Wilson of Jelly Station of the Dark To bacco Growers for the county was in town Monday He says the will meet at the on Monday May 2 for the transaction of business Every member and all others inter ested are urgently to attend Lewis LaMont went to Vest Virgin ia last week Our lOc Canton Flannel per yd 7 III Our 100 C B Corsets I each 75c 100 yds Superior Linen Crash 12 l2c per yd now lOc 25 bunches Velvet Dress Binding 20c per bunch now lOc KfHardin bunr April 20 Special Tire Sarah A GeorgeHOJkHut County Court Clerk Wm P Hook died at her home at nightHerlhn o weeks duration She miff red much but bore it all with Christian fortitude and lesigimtiou The funeral was ruminated from the M E church South on the follow lag day the Rev W F Ho gurd officiatimr at the ser vicis A large number of thu relatives and friends wore pro H nt Mrs Hook was a lifelong member of the Presbyterian burch and a devoted Christ Pii woman Sho was possessed pf H strong character and ex erted n wide influence through out the community in which slits lived More may not bo Mild of anyone Besides her ililldr a Mrs Hook leaves iiuniy relatives who sincerely mourn her loss but not as those without hope buch a life is inspiration to all and its influence will be felt for years yet to come I i Sale prices address l I President association association courthouse important requested New Company Incorporated Frankfort Ky April 23Incor poration articles were filed in the office of Secretary of State today as follows Cloverport Brick and Tilq Company of Jefferson county with 25000 capital stock Calcic Magnesia Spring Company of Olilham county with X300 capital stock Victor LaMont went to Chicago last week EVERETTS ADDRESS rI f 1Continued from Page 1 flr Sherman at Hardlnsburg The Hon H B Shermanof Indianapolis National Organizer of the American Sooiety of Equity wilyANspeak at the courthouse in Hardins burg Monday afternoon May 0 in interest of the Society and will on deavor to organize alnigo local anion at Hardinsbnrg Mr Sherman is an Ta excellent speaker and a minister of =the gospel He spoke at Morganfield p TJDixonwith Mr Everett and is now organ =izing unions at Hickm n Madison ville and other points in Western =Kentucky E GOOD ROADS MEETINGTlh J In answer to the letter publishedWee below Mr Blanford suggests nnd y I urges that all good roads men in J Breckenridgecounty meetut lad burg on May 9 and carry out the sag y E gestions in the letter au near as wa possible Tne letter is follows TMattinglypmCbasrDear Sir Ihave been solicited by a good many to vrrite to you and askoeiyour advice and counsel in regard toCgetting up a movement to macadamiseHoour public roads It is suggested that Zl you call a me ting at Hardinsburg on ley the first day of May court and appoint 11 u mnnin each magisterial dis bor tract to circulate n petition to cornSpel the county court to order an putelectionbonds in sufficient amount to turnpike onr roads Hoping this will meet youroanapprobation I am E Yours truly A Dr Wm HowardtheDeafness Cannot be CuredJtonbyreach the diseased portion of the ear E There is only one way to nure deaf 4iIeyness and that is by conltltutJonalaho remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition to the mnooulfvislining of the Enstachian Tube When wet this tube gets inflamed you have a J rumbling sound or imperfect hearing to and when it is entirely closed deafnesstriJis the result and unless the Inflam V matron be taken out and this tubeeapto its normal condition hear Mil ing will be destroyed forever ninehcases out of ten are caused by catarrh we which is nothing but an Inflamed con eliditionI We will give One Hundred Dollarsqfor any case of Deafness caused byjg a fijns catarrh that can not be cured by 4 Jue Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circu D lars free of F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 Sold by Druggists 75o HalliCFamily Pills are the best of 1 las1 MN oaN N NNNHN l- I Mc N NNON I ii iiurI Low Price Sale 4wh fboalaeD o sec 0 Cot nor o I of Dress Cloth l2c Hordins restored Itton Boys Two Piece Suits 150 l Pa= Mens Suits sold at i jIP 750 now 500 i see Two Skeins Silk Em= b broidery i 5c Y I Extra Large Size Cotton- Handkerchiefs Pi for 1 he thNenI IWeare sole agents for the Union Made Diamond Overalls and Jackets These garments are perfect fitting and to get them introduced werutI making them at a special low price this week It will pay you to try this brand Call for the Diamond Brand bo iiare if 34esiII- j Iff I STRAW HATS th sti i lj Yl 1ECzi3rjr3r3r rr V We open the season with the largest assortment of straw hats in the city We can sell you a good serviceable hat for 25c Why go elsewhereStland pay 50c for the same thing We have hundreds to sell at lOc for men and boys and we have a beautiful line of Sailors for children Dont failthto come and see our stock Have you our 42 piece decorated dinner set It is worth 698 but you can get it for 225 We give coupons on every he sale for this set and also on produce Our terms for prices above are for cash onlyfoi BABBAGE SON Cloverport F to C NNANNIONNONOONNON Ne ONO NONNNOANNNOONNNNNNON O NNNS000NN1NNNNNNONNN +NNi NNONNNANNNNNA1N NONNN1NN111111N1N1N1N1000NOONOONOONONONN1NN1NNN111NN011NN1N110N NNNNI NN1101NNNOOVNN11101NINNMN111N1NN11N1111N1i1 a- r R i T a Tutts Pillsstim- ulate the TORPID LIVER strengthen the digestive organs regulate the bowels and are un equaled as an- ANTIBILIOUS MEDICINE- In malarial districts their virtues are widely recognized as they possess peculiar properties In freeing the system from that poison Elegantly sugar coated Take No Substitute The Breckenridge News t WEDNESQAY APRIL 27 1001 L How many feathers on a rooster W B Oelze was in Troy Ind ThursdayJ was In Hawesvillo WetlnescaLl How ninny feathers on a rooster t J T Conner was down from Rome r Ind Thursday R B Polk of Greenwood lad was in the city Sunday The residence of J D Gregory was painted last weekIo Nice now lot of stylish hats just re ceived Judith Miller Crushed rock was put on upper Houston street last weeK r ti Mrs C E Lightoot went to Stan ley yesterday to visit relatives Rev S U Christian was in Owens boro Thursday on business See S H Mcontcken before you purchase your paints and save money Miss Nettie Gregg the milliner I Icama down Irom Louisville Friday k How many feathers on a rooster r IAnew wharfboat track was laid at the upper levee last week iJC Weatherholt was in Cannel t ton Wednesday on business t Emmett Mattingly has Claude Medleys o position at Hammans barber 1 1shopMiss Adelia Moorman made n shorts visit to friends at Huweaville last t weekJames i I wentII tripVery t stylish new hats in straw especially received last weekJudith I Miller I Iy Mrs B M McCarty and children went to Hpottsville Wednesday to visit I relativesThef hats received llast week are 44just the thing stylish new Judith Miller Mrs E M Bartles was the guest IrvingIton Thursday W S Ashby attended the funeral I of Gen D L Adair at Hawesville last Wednesday Get prices on paints from S H McCracken before you I purchase else where Telephone 418 Come to my shop and see the beautiful and stylish hats I received last week Judith Miller Mrs R T McClanahan came UD from Henderson Thursday to visit Mr and Mrs C T McClanahan N The braids in the new straw hats I last week are beautiful see themJudith Miller IIrecelvel1Florence Lewis and Mrs Win I attended the funeral of their uncle Jns W Head at Owens J boro last weeK Closing out sale quit business sale bankrupt sale or any other wall pa per sale dont compare with scheme No bits greatEdward Gregory I am prepared to entertain Worlds Fair visitors at No 3827 a Windsor Place St Louis Will be pleased to see yon Frank Haswell iiit Men of oaK Timbers of oak keep the old homestead standing through l the years It pays to use the right stuff II Men of oak It are men in rugged health men whose bodies are made of the sound f est materials I Childhood is the time to lay the foundation for a sturdy con stitution that will last for years 00Scotts Emulsion is the right stuffScotts Emulsion stimulates the growing powers of children IIi helps them builda firm L foundation for a sturdy consti tution Send for free sample SCOTT do BOWNE Chemists 4O9416 Pearl Street New York BOo and IOOi all druggists t r V ck Ho v many feathers on a rooster I Catch on to scheme No lilts great Ed Gregory All the new braids in straw stylishly trimmeu Jmhth Miller- I sell good hats chenper than anyone I kuow Judith Miller 3Mrsrlg went to Louis yule Wednesday to visit relatives Last years hats stylishly retrirnraed for a moderate coat Judith Miller Geo Oglesby of Daviess county is the guest of his brother E B Oglesby Scheme No 5 makes wall paper go liKe n free lunch its greatEd Gregory lt H Fontaine of Louisville was here and at Holt Sunday visiting relatives Chas HOOK has bought a houso and lot on Center street from the A L Oelze estate Mrs R N Hudson and daughter Virginia and Miss Nell Gregory spent Saturday at Fenley S H McCraoken has the contract to paint six cottages belonging to Mrs Elfzabeth WIlKerson Mrs Sam Berry Jr of Louisville arrived in the city Wednesday to be the guest of friends and relatives- F D Wbiteneok came down from Greenwood Ind Saturday to be in the city this weeK on business connected with ths local canning Lonnie Marlow who has been visiting his parents Mr and Mrs M V Marlow at Patesville was here Sun Hay on his return to St Louis Sergt Bard is in the city this week and is at Dr A A Simons office for the purpose of enlisting recruits for all divisions of the regular army Cures Blood Poison Cancer Ulcers Eczema Carbuncles Etc Medicine Free Robert Ward Maxeys Ga says II suffered from blood poison my head face and shoulders were one mass of corruption aches in bones and joints burning itching scabby skin was all run down and discouraged but Botanio Blood Balm cured me perfectly healed all the sores and gave my skin the rich glow of health Blood Balm put new life into my blood and new ambition into my brain Geo A Williams Roxbury face covered with pimples cbronio sore on back of head supperating swelling on neck eating ulcer on leg bone pains itching skin cured per fectly by Botanic Blood Balm fores all healed Botanio Blood Balm cures all malignant blood trouble such as eczema scabs and scales pimples running sores carbuncles scrofula etc Especially advieul for all obsti nate cases that have reached the sec ond or third stage Druggists 1 To prove it cures sanple of Blood Balm sent tree and prepaid by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga DeIscribe trouble and free medical advice sent in sealed letter Mrs E E Haynes returned Wednesday from a visit to Sample accompanied by her motner Mrs A C Hunter I am the cheapest man in Clover t port on wall paper Scheme No C Is I great yon stand in your own light if you miss it Edward Gregory Why was it that we booKed thirtyII two rooms for future hanging hist week Scheme No 5 is a trade wiu nAr null n money saver Edward Gre goryShe whispered it into his ear lam going to repaper this year II Said heThenfor goodness sake alive Hurry and catch Ed Gregorys scheme No n I T A Miller of near Hardinsburg was here Thursday the guest of his brother Jeff Miller while en route to Lewisport to visit his son George MillerIMr and Mrs Ed Tindle and child ren who have been visiting nis J father Jack Tindle of Dukes were here Friday en route to their home at LexingtonLost dollars and fifty cents Finder will please return same to W J Mattingly the photographer andII receive reward of one doz cabinet photographs free Mrs J A Murray and children Donald and John Allen Murray returned Thursday from Louisville where they attended the funeral of Mrs J T S Brown Mrs Murrays sisterMessrs T E McGavock and J F j Carter were in Owensboro Friday to hear President J A Everett speak in the interest of the American Society of Equity Fletcher Pauley was baptised in the Ohio river at the lower wharf Sun day evening after the regular I services at the Baptist church by Rev S 0 ChrJst1anII Local Recruiting Office Hardinsburg Ky April 20Spei- cal Sergeant Bard of the U tJJ army after a stay of two weeks nere for recruiting purposes left Thursday for Uloverport He failed to enlist any recruits while here j Ten days tickets to be sold daily com mencing April 25 limited 10 days from I date of sale 035II Q R1 LNewsoms COLUMNu Now my friends I advise you not to read the following list if you expect to hold on to your money as the tempta tion will be very great to invest it in some of the bargains offered What is the use of always renting property when you can buy I have several pieces of property which have paid for themselves three times- I shall take pleasure in driving you aroundand showing you the city property saleNoInln SOOO No 4 Lot and house OBlusby Avenue 1000 No 5 Lot mid house Eiistlutul 800 NotO Lot and liouso Oak street 800 No i Lot and house Fourth strut 00- NoS lot and house Huston street 800 Not Lot and house Third HIM Center COO No 10 lot lUll house lltmtlns Crook MO Nail Lot First street ftO- ONo IS Lot Hiul house iShort Lino It It 400 5MNoaJOXo8ftNo501No111XoOJtfiNoMOXot800No2380NoSONo35SOONo175NoSH125No75No1MNo25Nu100No25No75NoftlONollii 250NottI 175Not150No250NoJONoCOONoNo 44 Farm 32 acres and house on plko 200 No 45 Woodland P5 acres 275 No 41 Woodland 70 acres 300 No47 Woodland 1C acres 400 No 4H Woodland 72 acres 375 300No50ORDER BY NUMBER I also have an Austin Stone powerEclipsewill dispose ofon reasonable terms Good elevator attached and all suitable appliances for making good roads Can crush stone as fast as two men can feed it and can be set to crush it into lust Engine power sufficient to run a saw mill Come to R L Newsom if you want Deeds Mortgages Agreements and other writings done up literaryformpapers fore any legal tribunal He also acts as Notary Public countyAttention out and certifying of Pension Certificates HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Round trip honie seekers excursions to West and Southwest first and thir Tuesdays each month at greatly reduced rates One way second class colonist ticket- to South and Southeast first and third ruesdnys each month at reducedrates One Way second class colonist tickets to West and Southwest first and third Tuesdays each month at reduced rates One way second class colonist tickets to Pacific and North Pacific coast points and intermediate points on every day March 1 to April 30 and September 15 to October 15 190 inclusive Reduced ratesThe following rates Cloverport to St Louis nUll return account of Worlds lair will be made Season tickets to be sold daily com mencing April 25 with final teturu li alit Dec 151004 1135 Sixty day tickets to be sold daily commencing April 25 limited 60 days from date of sale Qg 60 Special coach excursions dates of which will be announced later limited to return G days from date of sale 6 00 The last mentioned tickets will not be good in sleeping cars nor for checking baggage Spring meeting new Louisville Jockey Club May 218- For this occasion rate of 320 for round trip Cloverport to Louisville and return dates of as follows May 1st and 2nd limit to return May 10- May 3 to 10 inclusive limit to er turn 3 days from date of salr Sunday notinoluded in the 3 days limit CONDITIONS IMPROVEDl Hardinsburg Ky April 26Spe- C1alThe condition of the County AttorneyGus Brown is somewhat improved He was taken to Louisville for treatment last Friday His physi clan thinks that he may recover his usual health without having to under go an operationIMr Jubal Hook Jr wno was taken to Louisville last week for treatment is slowly improving It mar not become necessary for him to sub mit to an operation for appendicitis A young son of Mr and MrsCharlie Tim us of Bolt was successfully operated on for harelip at Kincheloes Infirmary latt Monday Drs A M and J E Kincheloe performed the operation L l+ mrl f mur rv Se1Ill I Advertisements ortld under this head at nne cent u word per week WANTED WAXTEDTo take on pasture SO bend of SnyderIIawesvllle FOIl SALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting machines lot of Food laundry machines Also now nod secondhand Otis and Uasollne EnglnoH MAKTIN OAIUE 5183rd Street Louisville Ky Ejjt4tromL WIIITWOUrn Hardlnslnirjr Ky FOil 511Elsrrcd liymouth Ito k Ewgs IllrIGorder will pliiiso you AuditMr Mrs T COs iEkron 1 Kv LoST OVE11COAT I O 111luIIInlt llotioni It turn to tniund IN rcwiirdfil IHJIMI uIt r Putcs vjllc IKy uuWANTED IIOAKPKKS W 115Wi TOMATO PLANTS FOil AIP Tonmtoe plant IlVI- I nor dozen or furH Mrs n 111rrtel tty THE HORSEMAN If you want to buy a Horse tell Me Please The reason I ask you to tell me whether or not you want to buy a horse is this Idwills if you will permit me youswant and one that will satis fy you in every respect My long and varied experience with horses Inns given mo a knowledge of thcmIIwhich enables mo to competent judge of a IworkI had of tiesMy prices are what they should be They represent the actual value of tho animal VIC ROBERTSON Hardinsburg1 Ky IBEWLEYVILLE Mr and Mrs James Clarkeon have a baby arrived Sunday April 17 Alonzo Bennett is on th e sick list The missionary meeting with Mrs Stith Friday was lovely throughout the whole day Did yon good people see the notice of the Dist S S in last weeks News to be held here May 17th t Dont forget about it Ray Keith continues to live in Los Angeles Cal His picture recently re ceived is n fine looking young man of which we are justly proud Mrs E O Perrin has returned to Irvington aftti a fortnight with rela tives and friends here Misses Mayoel and Raychel Stith aro contemplating a trip to Arkansas to visit their sister Mrs Fountaine They will take in the Fair at St Louis on their return Strawberry beds are fine and some other fruits as well though peaches are a thing of the past Hon W A Stubs large new barn was entirely destroyed by lire Fri day There was some hay and triO bnsncls of corn in the barn nil burn ed Sparks from an engine caused the fire Golden Rod d E3 STOBJ El Bears theiiiKind You Hate Always Bought Bigttatnrf of uG w nr c AAJwMMtTOMEN Of Cloverport and Vicinity Hear Ye Let us show you our new line of m Negligee shirts fancy and plain iDress shirts white 1 Underwear t Neckwear 1 Collars and Cuffs itBelts 1 Suspenders 1J Hats straw and felt IiShoespatent tans and other late styles I IIJCNOLTEBROMASONIC TEMPL- ECLOVERPORT KY T dIM MIVu Ce CoIND PARKERS HAIR BALSAM ClttDKi and bwitlflci the hair growthNeverOrmyHairCure halt tiUlnf40candl P1Going 7777 USE THE HENDERSONROUTE THE LINE THAT IS COMFORTABLE BE YOND A DOUBT Free RecliningChairCars ChairCarsOfficial I KentuckiansI to ST Ask for Rates L J IRWIN General Passenger Agent GEO L GARRET Traveling Passenger Agent Louisville Ky HAS NARROW ESCAPE When the Louisville t Evansville packet T rascon arrived here yester lay morning on ber down trip sbeI and probably her crew and passen gers had had a very narrow escape from destruction About 4 oclock yesterday morning as the Tarascon was near Loncordia fire broke out in the cook house and the flames spread quickly The crew was prompt to respond to the alarm 01II fire and the blaze was extinguished as it reached the hurricane deck Prompt 1 action alone saved the boat as ten minutes more start for the fire would have no doubt resulted in her total loss I J1ot CANJA1AKE THE Bread Cakes and Pastry as good as mother used to do if she uses the right kind of flo- urCADICKSI GOLD DUST FLOUR is what she needs to help her Its over twenty years since Cadicks Gold Dust Flour was first introduced Your I I bakingIdick MillingGRANDVIEW ST LOUIS LOUIS MILLIONS Of Bricks For Sale Good Grades and Low Prices CALL ON J D GREGORY Cloverport Kentucky Louisville Live Stock Market Reported by Dun Brooks ft Co Control Stock Yards Louisville April 25 CattleAr rivals were moderate Market opened earlyand an active demand prevailed for nil the offerings values ruling strong 10 and trio higheron all choice grades of butcher steers mind heifers while common and medium butchers showed moronctmry in moving and an early clearance wns made Choice feeders mind stockers were aim inactive 4 demand jsevernl loads of prime i feeders soldai an advance of I5o ovnr last Mondays prices common kinds steady Prime heavy shipping steers wer in light supply and the feeling was strong lOc higher and more could have been handled to good advantage Market all nronnd showed a healthy tone and buyers showed considerable activity from start to finish market closing strong Prospects for good market remainder of this week Calves Market lightly supplied i cnoice lignt veals H 50 a 5 i common anti heavy calves 850 a 425 HogsReceipts were fairly liberal V Market opened with all the offerings selling at steady prices choice corn fed hogs 105 Ibs and up selling at 510 i light Yorkers 480 i heavy pigs flaO a 440 light pigs 341 rough 4 n 400 Unfavorable reports from other markets showing 10 a lOo decline caused onr market to close weak with prospects for lower prices Sheep nUll Lambs All arrivals were ready sellers at quotations i an active demand prevailed for all fat sheep and butcher lambs choice springers v TalOc as to quality and weight The Best Family Salve DeWitts Witch Hazel gives In stant reliet from turns cures Cuts Bruises Sores Eczema Tetter and all abrasions of the skin In ouying Witch Hazel Salve it is only necessary to see that you get the genuine De Witts and a cure is certain There are many cheap counterfeits on the marKet all of which are worthless and quite a few are dangerous while DeWitta Witch Hazel Salvo is perfectly harmless and cures Sold by All Druggist Dr J O Bush will be in Hurdins v burg Monday May 0 for one week V aA pus wi 1 uc LH ccrxennuge 1 tVso 0 000h WEDNESDAY APRIL 27 1004 S1 = PARKER AND HIS JUDAS M From the New York Sun L LLii Wo7 Within the last few weeks Judge Parker has become so considerable UI figure in the eyes of tho whole oonn try anti in the expectations of the Democracy that his friends have hoped and his enemies have feared that he i 1 I t d tt r r r l t I l a iiiiIIiiiiIiii I i I I I t I Ion at E b i I A RACE FOR LIFE Spurring his jaded horse to renewed Efforts when the animal should be refreahed with proper foot and rest iis about as lien sible all prescribing nerve tunics alcoholic compounds coca mixtures and cocktails which only spur on the already Weakened system Neither does it do to pun the nerves to sleep with narcotics 1Vlue you feel wontoat broken down jaded and feel the effects of brain tire as dills newt weakness sleeplessness and fatigue tag Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery tonic which will do you lasting good bull l you up increase your appetite and strength I bloodnWhen the blood is impoveriidied the nervesI feel the effect Nervousness in nine casesI out of ten is the cry of the starved nerves for food Peed the nerves on rich blood and all nervous manifestations will cease It his been seven months since using Dr Pierce Golden Medical Diwovery and 1 only 1ued shim bottles of the medicine when It made me feel1 like a new man writes S A Miller Faq care of Mr Amos Hyre R D 10 Dayton physliansyeaandbutDiscoverydbodyIn ples Common Sensn Medical Adviser A book of 1008 pages Send ai cents in stampsforPierce 663 Main Street Buffalo N Y RIVER VIEW The dance given by Leo Elder Sat urday night was quito n success Mitt Carden of Greensboro was theI guest of Miss Myrtle IJeaviu Sunday Gory O Bryan of Louisville was the guest of Vila Mnry Carter Sun dayAlbert Elder cf Haidinsburg was the guest of Miss Hallie Hawkins Sunny Miss Mary Carter was the guest of Miss Grace Agnew of Clovorport Saturday The A S of E will meet at the Persimmon Flat sohoolnouse Thursday afternoon Miss Carrye Beavin visited Miss Dessye Popham of Uloverport Satur day and Sunday James Johnson celebrated his fifty fourth anniversary lust Friday A large ciowd attended Mss Lillian Greenwood was at Cloverport Sunday visiting her sis ter Miss Allie Greenwood F W Greenwood and daughter Mrs Sue Carter spent last week in Irvington visiting friends and rela fleas Miss Dessye Mattingly who has been visiting friends and relatives fnr the peat week returned to her home at Mattingly Monday Toe Mattingly of Co L 21 Inft IinnI11 and Mrs R T Mattingly The Misses Beavin entertained a few intimate friends Tuesday in honor of Miss Minnie Beavin of Hitnluigburg Those present were Misses Tallinn Greenwood Mary Car ter Lena Mattingly and Mrs Nellie Elder Mis Mary Carter entertained Sunday week Those present wore lilsos Myrtle Uarrye and Eugenie Deavin Dessye Mattingly Messrs Isadora PophHiu and Bernard Carter of Cbverport Gory OBryan of Louis rills Forest Jennings of Hitee Hun A Johnson and T W White Pith Industry at Tarfork Tnifork Ky April 211Specinl Farmers here have given no entirely the wheat crop none sown last year Indications are that they will wisely Kive up some of the tobacco crop and plant more corn instead A great many will realize more money from corn pith than from to acco Quito a big lot of pith is being shipped to Owensboro from here Incorporated in Jefferson Articles of incorporation for the Cloverport Brisk Tile Co were tiled in the Jellerson County Court to day The capital stock is fixed at i 25000 and the maximum indebtedness 5U000 Tho incorporators mud their holdings follow G S Bridges Louisville 2U shares J D Baskin Louisville three shares anti R N Hudson Cloverport three shares j Louisvillo is mentioned as the place for the location of the business Thursdays Louisville Post Howard Decision Affirmed Frankfort KrqApril 22Tho Court of Appeals in an opinion by Judge Settle this morning affirmed the decision of the Franklin circuit Court sentencing Jim Howard to the penitentiary for life for the alleged murder of Willaira Goebel Chief Justice Burnam and Judge ORear dissented but dill not deliver an opin Ill n i i VM1 i w iJFrom the Hancock Olnrlorr i The announcement of the death of General Adair which was madE Tuesday morning came as o jo of the greatest surprises and shocks the community ever sustained Tne end came suddenly He was at the pump securing water when he was stricken with vertigo resulting from stomach trouble it is thought Physicians wuro called but he passed away in about an hour The funeral occurred Wednesday at J p in from his residence burial in the Hawesvllle cemetery the services being conducted by Rove E R Ben nnett mid T H Smith of the public schools which closed that afternoon chosenuwith whom he had been tureen all his life and the funeral was one of the largest over seen here IDavia Lafayette Adair was born at ElizabRthtown Ky In 1824 there fore was nearly 80 year old At the age of 14 he came to Hancock county and has resided here practically over since He served all through the war with Mexico In 18478 and there gained his title of General In 1850 be was married to Miss Sarah A daughter of William Stereo Besides his wife there is left to survive him the following children W S a prominent newspaper man of Ft Worth Texas Jno S cashier Bank of Stophensport and former judge Hancock county I V Cashier Hank of Fordsvillo and capitalist Mrs Mary Whitworth snit Misses Eliza and Dood Adair all of whom lire at JostmlsI tress of Hawesville Anything like an adequate pre sentation of the life and character of Gen Adair in the space of this short newspaper article would be out of the question In brief he was a kindly generous hearted citizen who probably was never appreciated at his true worth We never remember to have met and conversed with a man of such general information and deep learning as he He was a inns ter of the sciences He was a lawyer jurist naturalist mineralogist teach er in the deep sense student thinker horticulturist journalist civil engi neer and soldier He often filled posts ot honor in Hancock county but nearly always by appointment He was not a success as a candidate since the wiles of the demagogue and such conduct an was necessary to bring success was entirely fnreig- to I his manly make up In fact prac tics politics was disgusting to him altnough he was broad anti deep ii- his views on public questions We do not expect to see another like him in our tim May his soul rest in ponc- eResolutions on the Death of Gen Adair At a special meeting of the resident members of the Hancock Circuit Bar hold in the city of Hawesville on Wednesday April 20 1004 the follow ing resolutions were unanimously adopted Whereas It has pleased Divine Providence to summon before the Bar of Heavens Chancery the soul of the Nestor of ourlmr Therefore be it resolved That in the death of Hon D L Adair this nom miinitv has lost an honest upright courageous learned and patriotic citi zen who whether in the midst of his own family circle around the hre side of his friend and neighbors or in the places of honor and profit he has so cwpuhly filled wa at all times under all circumstances so far as the jfrailty of mere flnate beings would permit the CHEVALIER BAYARD SANS PEUR ET SANS REPROCHE That our bar tenders to U1A family of our deceased brother in thN hour of their deepest gloom Heartfelt con dolences and if mere words can assuage such grief as must be theirs we would hid them look up and feel that Above the stars there is reat II Resolved further That these resolutions of the Hancock Circuit Court andcopies of them be furnished to the county press and the family of the deceased G D Chambers Chain U 0 McAdams Sec Are You a Dyspeptic If you area dyspeptic you owe it to yourself and your friends to get well Dyspepsia annoys the dyspeptics friends because his disease sours his disposition as well as his stomach Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will not only cure dyspepsia indigestion and sour stomach but this palatable recon structive tonio digestant strengthens the whole digestive apparatus and sweetens the life as well as the stomach When you take Kodol Dyspep sia Cure the food you eat Is enjoyed It is digested aseirailatfd and its nutrient propriated by the blood and tissues Health is the result Sold by All Druggist r 0 I WMmmBWUTIFUb 1t hoodMiss To Perfect Figure famous physician speaking health beauty good figure saidtexperience American women have the strength take outdoor sports physical exertion household worktlanguid tired wornout weaknesses soicommon Some have household duties personsI bells devoting ten minutes day and bcingismatronis troubled certain periods with irregularity weakening drains dizzyJspells then take something medicinally rect these faults iNouung could DC than a prescription which LJT R V Piercerused his large practice for many years in diseases of women This Prescription of Dr Pierce has had immense for the past thirtysix years because of its uniform success in the of womens diseases because of the many thousand women who have attested to its merit Being made entirely of extracts of roots andfherbs without alcohol it perfectly harmless the most delicate system the best readytohand remedy in the market I tt To insure perfect health every tissue bone nerve tendon muscle should from the blood materials for its nourishment growth Every organ takeIII have its period of activity and of rest as to circulate the vital in a proper manner to nourish every part This why I believe in advising every woman to take p gentle exercise out of doors indoors If functions not regular the pains are severe then she should at once use a reliable remedy Mrs A BELYEA of Rockland New Brunswick saidnttI suffered more than nervousness and functional derangement Had pains the to left side abdomen all the time Some days could hardly get around Kept bed about half the ti time I wrote to Dr R V Pierce of Buffalo N Y and got his advice for I have ever p thankful I began taking Favorite Prescription right away as he advised makes sleep well at night which I never did before and I feel rested truthfully say Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription cured Mrs 0 O SCRIPTURE of Arizona said doneforI doctored for several years got no better until I began taking the I Prescription Now I can stand on my feet and work all day I feel that life is worth and shall always recommend f1 Dr Pierces medicines Ifl ADVICE TO MARRIED WOMEN You should havo good medical book that tells you abouttho h andAnmtomyi1000 A papercovered bo obtained J onecentstamps 8fcentsN Y TAR FORK I Chas Tabeling has the mumps Allen Newbys children have the mumps poorIr health Port Marlow of Patesville i herenOur spring school is progressing nicely wih Miss Maud Ryan as teacu er Miss Jennie B Ball of Jolly i visiting relatives in this neighbor Josio Ryan was at home re oently from Harned where she iis attending C Taul has returned from Louisville where he line been to replenish his tOCK of dry goods and groceries Miss Mnxio was called homo from Jolly to attend her mother who hiss been ill some time but iis able to sit now Ivan Bates writes from Owensboroi he is well pleased with his position and thinks he will soon catch onto the drug business We are anxiously awaiting O W Hendriokson the contractor and car penter to finish our Baptist church t which is needed badly Tom Trtbeling wife and baoy of Ruth were recent visitors in this neighborhood He sold his home in terest while here to his sister Dorris Mrs McCarty and son Ivan of Rock Vale were here this week enI route to visit her daughter Mrs Chas Smith on Clover creek She says her soninlaw Mr Smith contemplates Jl moving to Oregon in the near future Fastest Time Ever on Ohio jI I j Evansville Ind April 22The United States torpedo boat destroyer Lawrence arrived here lust evening from Cairo IlL having made the j of 200 miles in twelve hours I She is anchored in front of the nity and will remain here two days leav Ing here Saturday evening to join the United States gunboat Nashville now on her way from Memphis atICairo from which Dlace they will proceed together to St Louis to take part in the opening of the Worlds FairThe Lawrence made the fastest time coming up from Cairo ever made on the river averaging nearly twenty miles per hour Tile boat has a speed capacity of thirty two miles per hour and will give an exhibition of Her speed on the river before she leaves OABTOE1ABean thethe Kind You Hate Always Bought BJgnature Iot = Your A in of and a tt In my many not to up many lack the inclinationJfor active cares or office they feel and by the i to their sex women + only of the to it at first J t the at and backacheperhaps faint and 1b she should to cor J 1 better in the ttravoriteean sale n cure and I is to and or certain and so fluid is or the are or n a year front in of my which been It me Can has me Prescott I hard living I a l J School- L Jackson up run up Ohio lr m I JOHN S CULLEY t IIj- j I1 4jIjjIBRICK CONTRACTOR li Louisville Ky M 1 I SV G BABBAGE AttorneyatLawPUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR sotsy tling estates All collections rca onublc Cloverport Kentucky Smith Talks About Hearst Washington April 22W R Hearsts first public utterance since his election to Congress was rondo thij morning before the Judiciary Con mittee of the House in behalf of his resolution asking that certain in formation in reference to the anthrac ite coal combination be transmitted to Congress Mr Hearst was requested by the committee to speak otherwise he would not have done so Representative Smith of Kentucky a member of the committee saidtt- t Mr Hearst made it fair statement before the committee but not one of any strength He is not a strong man in any sense of tho word and his appearance did not change my opinion of his ability II Robbed the Grave A startling incident is narrated byr John Oliver of Philadelphia as fol lows 111 was in an awful condition My skin was almost yellow eye s sunKen tongue canted pain continually in bAck find sides no appe- tIte growing weaker day bv dav uprThen I was advised to use Electric Bitters to my great joy the first bottle made a decided improvement continued their use for three weeks and atn now a well man I know they robbed the grave of another victim j No one should fail to try them Only SO cents guaranteed at Short Haynes drug store Gen Adairs Funeral The funeral of Gen D L Adair was conducted from the family residence at Hawesvllle last Wednesday afternoon Rev E R Bennett of the Methodist church and Rev T H Smith of the Christian church officiat ing Many friends and relatives of Hawesvllle and other places were in attendance Mr and Mrs W H Bowmer the latter a sister of Mrs Adair attended the funeral from this city How many featnors on u roostert 1 t f h 1 il THIS IS Afjf Presidential Year YOU MUST MAND KEEP POSTED p The way to do this is to rejWEEKLY 4 CourierJouroa HENRY WATTERSONEditor TWELVE PAGES ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY S100 Year a REVENUE REFORM SOCIAL REFORM MORAL REFORM ids COURIERJOURNAL Ittuii this but Alminic publlihid Sind 35 snit for a eopf bjr mill COURIERJOURNAL COMPANY LOUISVILLE KY By a Special Arrangement you can get the Breckenridge NewsI thenWEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL both one year for only 150 p This Is for cash subscriptions only All subascriptions under this combination offer must 1 bo sent through tho nrcckenrldgo Now sofEflee Cloverport Ky E tJ LIIChintz RoyaltyI Practical Surveyorrr also Notary Public 1 1i i I can survey your Lands write your Deeds and take the acknowledgement at your home I t This saves you trouble and I Your Patronage Solicited cattt Address me a- tHardinsburg L tfJKyl1 o i n How many feathers on a rooster Yb tt- h r rL J Tha Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY APRIL SJ7 1004 11tk BINGHAM MAY 2 t Ralph BIngham the famous im W personator humorist violinist and 1 1vocalist raconteurThe Worlds aslitwintgive an original entertainment a fy Oelzes Hall Monday evening May 22 ttx under tho auspices of the Ladies Aid fSociety of the M E church South this city It was announced In the IIfews severnl weeks neo that Mr inghain would appear in this cit t tharlf IT ward I to with pleasure bv those wh have heard him and those who here i illipled s riment and laughter and has juurhbv p d 000000 wiles during his caree pnn artistic record without a parallel He will do this next Monday night t for the seven thousand and one time and at popular prices Sciatic Rheumatism Cured k I have been suoject to sciatic rheumatism for years says E H Waldron of Wilton Junction Iowa ltttMy joints were stiff and gave much pain and discomfort My joints would crack when I straightened up I used Chamberlains Pain Balm and have been thoroughly cured Have not had a pain or ache from the old trouble for many months It is cer tianly a most wonderful liniment 1 For sale by Short Haynes r OPENING OF THE FAIR V ll Electricity will play an important part in the opening of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition at St Louis onI text Saturday as it will in fact throughout the exposition It has teen decided by the Worlds Fair ad illustration to install electrical de t Ices instead of having ticket seller- ad ordinary turnstiles during the xposition period The Lindell en ance will be the main gate to the ig exposition There thirtytwr- nstlles are being installed an trough this entrance alone it is es mated that at least BOO persons can iss every sixty seconds To gain ad Itfission to the ground the person mus Approach the turnstile and place a half dillar in the slot This half JQDllar as it desconds is still visible nnd unlocks the turnstile The per thebin can then pass through the gates fad the minute that he is inside the stile is locked Individual gates eing installed for children At 3 turnstiles a quarter will opera the inechaninui- il buildings and exhibits are tically in readiness to receive the lids Fair visitors and tests of cer- nv features have been made recently Insure their success Last week in presence of President Francis o Worlds Fair and several protm it officials of the exposition a test 1 he cascades was made The re i was satisfactory and the officials re pleased with the effect of what iousidered the feature of the fairly one pump was used having aIL Imcity of 30000 gallons of water a hute On the opening flay doublet quantity will be thrown The jr great fountains at the foot of cascades threw plumes of spray tty feet high which when the sec hied j inLsedA Thoughtful Mantt ii M Austin of Winchester IndJJ w what to do in the hour of needII i wife had such an unusual case of inach and liver trouble physicians canold4 not help her He thought of I id tried Dr Kings New Life P1llsII id she got relief at once and was i ally cured Only UJc at Short A i ttl1ynes Drug Store ResignedtpI Berlin April 20The Morgan oust IPetersburgII of iprimanding him for the disasters = j put t have fallen to the fleet at Port thl3IofT1K pff determined to die rather than sur t4 fefc armyantR JoxielEs incompetency I fli Advertising Got Husband s L Missotatrico Dunn had pnolished in a Ile iwspaper that she wanted a husband It Id there was nothing m this market at suited her She is twentyone ors old uptodate anda daughter a welltodo farmer Fiftyeight n responded to her advertisement 1 and she selected Eugene Zimme- rmanpjf Peoria ill After a short graphic II Jl iprrespondence he arrived here and = n less than six hours they were quiet i y married by the Rev1 B DashSL 1 ivood Her parents are pleased with willlivet p rrrrrlrt+ rkrvvrr isTaking 9e of tlie J Form by Proper Exer else feeding and dressv If J Ing Choice of the Cor J set and the Correct Way to Wear It orIf iq Q QAQAIAiI AQ14 Q AAkA tiroIrrrrvr Qrrrrirr rrrr r IrrrrrrrYirrraxrtrr- rlrrTHE FIGURE t HY CHRISTINE TERHUNB HBRRICK Copyright 1001 by Christine Torliuno Hurrluk Qifil4i1A1R QiiiiAAQ9 0 SittiQi4ilAi1ilAililddQilQif Q womant3 r some trouble to get u good one but i is worth the effort Some women begin life without figures worthy of the name While I they are young girls they are scraggy shapelessth drawonuss it is no wonder if by the time they hors reached middle age they are n trial to the eyes of their friends As a matter of course it is shale thrpains that the care of a liguro de leastparticle of vanity in her make up J and it is a very poor sort of woman Jf who lacks itcan help ieeling a thrill1 I of pleasure when she beholds the im I provoineut wrought in her appear ence by a good corset properly worn I For the corset is the first essential11 in the making of the figure A number of other things go with it The woman must carry herselfI properly but tha corset helps her to do lent She must pay attention to tier outer dress and to this too thei corset will stimulate her Her diet cannot be entirely neglected if shei 1 wishes to have her form reduced from over stoutness or redeemed from ultra thinntss but with the corset as ai foundation for her efforts she will bei j encouraged in the worK of regulating her food Even in this day there are plenty of people who find nothing bad en ongh to say about the corset I havei seen one matron give way to tears while addressing a womans club on bsy corsets And she was not a hysterical woman either She had known thei corset as it was in earlier years oeforei tooi harmdIt had done those who regarded it asi 1 an instrument for the compression of tile waist into a smaller compass than ittThe new corsetthe straight front with which fashion paper and comic columns have made everyonei familiaris built on a different plan It does not squeeze a womans organsi out of shape but holds them in place I have said before it must be proper Ily made and properly worn The ideal corset is one that is made to or der and adapted to the needs of the individual body but for those who cannot afford this there are substitutes is in plenty A woman should seek until she finds what she wants a The new corset increaseb the size roomffor play of the lungs and diaphragm There is no difficulty in deep breath ing with the womnn who wears a well made corset of the present style That is if she puts it on properly To do this she must loosen the laces to Gone areor should hethe days when a woman kept her corsets laced fcr days and weeks at a time Now the woman loosens the laces at night and tightens them in the morning When she puts on the corset it is so loose that it hangs upon her like n bag She clasps the garters that are attached to the front and if she be of stout figure to the sides settles the corset down over her hips and abdo men drawing a long deep breath after this is done and then proceeds to tighten the laces She does this caretully drawing the lower ones first and then those above the belt line Never must she make them too tight for comfort As soon as she does this she injures her figure as well as tier POLITICAL COMMENT be He Its Origin The Parker boom originated in the United States senate among true blue Democrats and there is no stain on it because of any maws alignment with ItMemphis Commercial Ap all pellRShirt Firmly Fastened The Glasgow Times believes that Judge Parker is the most available candidate and it favors him for that is reason and no other if it can bA de monstratod that he is not then it is in for whoever is Meantime it proposes to keep its shirt securely on and its tongue from wagging too freely Glasgow Times Hill ASloshing David B Hill la the main influence behind Judge Parker ThinK of Hill sloshing around in a cabinet chair St Louis GlobeDemocrat alSafeThe steady growth of sentiment for Judge Parker based upon the as sumption that Mr Cleveland canuct feelings When the laces are tight enough she should cross them In the- t back bring them to thin front pass them under the garter on the left side and tie them there The great advantage of thus tighten ingr the corset laces every day is that the figure can tie humoured There are days when a women feels that u tight corset is more than she can bear Then she leaves the laces boo at first and araws them up later in Iloo day when she has touched the point where n little closer compression will be grateful to her I can hoar the protests of busy wo men over the time it will take to got to this trouble But iit really takes less time than one would tin nit At Hist before one is accustomed to the process it may require n few minutes more than one lure been in the habit of granting to ones toilet but as the habit grows upon ono of lacing the corsets daily it will be done more quickly and become a matter of course And even if it does take n few minutes more is not the game worth the candle When one sees theI good figures that have been evolved from shapeless forms by the use of good corsets does it not seem that little extra care is a very small price to pay for the gain The corset once on the woman must proceed to live up tg it She will findI that it helps her to keep her shoulders straight had her body erect She must learn to poise herself properly throwing liar weight on the balls of her feet and resisting the temptation to sway backwards That is n tenI denoy which grows upon woman as they advance in years and in flesh If they do not stand so straight that they lean the other wiry they letI their shoulders droop until the middle of the back is like a hump AllI about the country one may see woman in the late fifties who have hent their thoulders until they look almost as though they were deformed This could have been spared them if they had taken n little pains early in life And even an elderly woman can doI much to correct such n stoop if she is willing to give herself trouble about it To stand straight is neither to bend backwards nor to droop forwards The prominent abdomen is as unsightly I us the humped up shoulders The woman with n trend towards either should exercise herself everyday standing in front of a mirror She wise if she follows the advice of one sensible housekeeper and hangs looking glass in her kitchen where she can see herself as she steps back and forth about her work and bring herself up with around turn if she slips into say slovenly trick of car riageThe corset will give a good figure for n time but a woman must work keep it If she is too thin for Beauty the task will be simpler for her than for the woman inclined to put on flesh The latter has her work anead of her The thin woolen may lave to inks exercise as the stout one must do but she has less to carry l about with her while she is doing it j For both it is essential that exercise should be taken in doors and out The latter is vastly preferable for obvious reasons But the exercise indoors is far better than nothing One woman who would be called old if her years were known has i never for fifteen years failed to go through n certain course of what she calls her gymnastics on rising in the morning For ten minutes daily she bends and twists her body stoop l induced to accept the nomination shows his strength with the party is recognizable as safe and sound Erie Pa Herald All In His Favor Judge Pancer is the most serene and saynothing kind of a candidate that ever got on the firing line and of that is mightily in his favor Vu TimesDispatch Sound on Honey Question Everybody knows Judge ParKer is sound on the money question that Is his views neo those of economist statesman or business everylman l any country of the world whose views command any consideration among either prattle tl or theoretical authorities in finance Spartans burg S U Herald Not Hearsts Time A few of the papers in Kentucky are zealously supporting W R F Hearst for the Presidency Mr Hearst- is a good Democrat a friend to labor all that but ills time has not arrived yet Judge Parker will be the nominee this year and next time if Willie shaves he may land thoh plum Each week Judge Park r t y d rrrrr rrtrrrrrrrYlr5II Author of Cradle and Nursery First Aid 1K to the Young House keeper Housekeep ing Made Easy What r to Eat In City Tents Etc QitAAARi1Aif1Ai11i1RI Riti1 O ing until she sits on her heels and rising vithout laying hold of anything to assist her She leans forward until she can touch the floor with her finger tips without bonding the knees und backward until her forehead is In contact with the wall Shu swings her arms about kicks the air vigorously and in every way she eau brings all hur muscles into play As a result of this she is as bri K lend agile as women tinny years her junior and asserts that she never means to grow old but to keep her strength and vigor to the end As she probably will When such exercises as this are taken it should be with tho window open oven in cold weather There is no use in inflating the lungs unless you Jill theta with fresh air For this reason ns well us for many others outdoor exercise is preferable to that taKen in a gymnasium no matter how well equipped this may bl At tho best It u only a substitute Long walks horseback rido bicycle spins golf or tennis nil do their share m developing the muscles reducing adipose tissue or strengthening the body to gain flesh One nt least of theso is needed to keep the figure in shape or failing this one must fol low the exercises i have outlined These rosy be aided by such applianc es as a lifting machine dumbbells Indian clubs and the like Because of the many muscles called Into play by it pingpong is one of the best games known It encourages bending and stooping maid reaching and stretching and by all these means de velops and improves the figure But says some onoII How can this be done in the long straight front corset pictured everywhere It can not But there are corsets which come to be worn on such occasions The nbuou girdle corset wade either m heavy ribbon or in wide tape or the short equestrian corset is adapted to all sorts of vigorous exercises It is also excellent for the women who do a good deal of housework which requires Lemming over and stooping While it does not hold in the over plump figure ns n heavier longer cor set would do it is fur batter to yield a little restriction than to brenk corset steels and suffer discomfort at the same time A woman can never allow herself to boo me careless about her corset Buying gone to the expense and pains of procuring one nnd learning hnw to wear it she should uot let the gain slip away item her When her corset becomes old nnd out of shape she should have it re boned as it is worth while to do with ft good corset Never should she relax her vigilance over her figure and her way of carry ing herself Perhaps for a while it will seem a good deal of n burden but nfter n time the well carried forty with the back straight the head up the shoulders properly poised will bE- come instinctive so that the trouble would be to bear herself in the wrong wayIt Is a womans duty to keep her good looka as long as she cun and n good figure is n most important part of them A pretty face is all very wellthere are few women who would not be willing to yield a virtue or two to possess a charming countenance but it loses a great deal if it is set- on top of a badly cared for badly carted figure When n woman gets toward the point where youthful charms are forsaking liar it is a boon to liar and to those about her if she has a well made well borne form And tho possession of this is within her own power ers chances of securing the Presi dential nomination grow brighter- In Washington he ia about the only man seriously considered in connection with the place Bardstown News Best Cough Medicine for Children When you buy a cough medicine for small children you want one in which you can place implicit con fidence You want one that not only relieves but oures You want one that 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 couchs and colas inci dent to childhood It is alfo a certain preventive and cure for croup and there is no danger whatever trove whooping cough when it is given It has been used in ninny epidemics of that disease with perfect successor sale by Short 1X Haynes Lew Holmes Dead Lew Holmes a Confederate veteran and an inmate of the Confederate Home near Louisville died nt the of lies ulster at HnwesviJlo last week He was sixtyseven years old + s 22 Caliber Cartridges If you want to use 32 Caliber Rim Fire Cartridges that shoot strongly and accurately buy the timetried Winchester make having the trademark H on the head They cost but a few cents more a box than the cheap unreliable kind and they are dollars better Winchester 32 Caliber Cartridges are furnished loaded with either black or smokeless powder the latter being loaded with the celebrated Winchester Grease less Bullets which make them very dean to handle FOR SALE BY LEALERS EVERY VHERE IcH u aetacooGocQeeoob InOfaoiiuourniresgI I TOURIST SLEEPING CARSB ND I eeemh4rIi ZmieturllhiY Tourist Sroixrr Will arrive it Louis roJlolllulf Monday In TraIn No ZQI Z 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been ad the best are the part You are cream is safe to say that HO body whose trade is worth much will fail to bo a subscriber to a daily G o n ern 111 1 y best paper will at tract the best people tho intelli gent people the people who have money their pockets to buy what they want and what they Do not preach on a desert island TJu 1 n nuL Ben Clarkson Files Suit Ben Ularksou homo at Big Spring filed the circuit last week against Ditto and M Nelson The suits of the business of Pants company tho What you say in an advertisement and how yon say it doesnt matter as where it is said You might have the most attract ive advertisement that wilts over designed olicring the biggest bargains that were ever offered and if you put it under the coal it would never 8IJIltL cents worth goodsA poorly written advertisement poorly in good newspa per will do somo hood Of course hotter advertisement would do more good but the style of the must thought of the medium has selected When you put your in newspaper in your community you addressing wideawake progressive of the commun ity skimming the It newspaper speaking the in need nearlyso displayed vertisement L you 11lou- lpit t cluub unto UJlI p un an of your best newspaper you could address congregation of tho best polio in your community every day S whose is two petitions in Davless court J Hugh A are the outcome the Owensboro Manufacturing 1 is i n much down cellor of u a ad be u uw a plant of which vas destroyed by fire 1111 April of last year In ono of the againstDitto80860 and in the other suit judg 4130Olarkson byfraud r defendants The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY APRIL 27 1004 WOLF CREEK Miss Nolle Flannory is on the sic list R R Trent was in Brandenbu TuesdayEd is at home from Louisville to spend a few days Miss Beatrice Howard was ti guest of Louella Chism Sunday Miss Pet Fulliiiwlder of Schooner Point is visiting Mrs W D Smith Dr J C Bush will be in Hardins burg Monday May 0 for one week Miss Leora Goodson of Rosewood Ind is the guestof Mrs Ben Dniley Mrs Henry Curl spent last week with her father Mr Bewley near SiroccoMisses Laura and Forest Etherton spent last week the guest of friends at Paradise Miss Alliba Owings was the guest of Miss Roberta Purkhiser Saturday and Sunday R M Smith is having a glass front put m the front of his store and al other improvements- Rev Stevenson of Louisville pr nched three excellent sermons the Baptist church last Sunday Misfes Martha and Lucy Edmonds of Little Bend were gusts of the sister Mrs Wm Cunningham Tues dayMrs John Lime and little daught reached Dallas Texas Wednesday evening where she will make her daughter Mrs L R Lair a Ion g visitMrs Wm Purkhiser and MrsI Cordia Chism were the guests of Mrs Conway and Mrs Chisms mother Mr Ben Singleton near Audyville last Saturday and Sunday GARFIELD Miss Mary Snider is recovering from measles Ueorge Johnson has treated his hods- to a new coat of paint The uiuuhtalKedof school house i still an unsettled question Miss Jmnie Pool went to Harding burg shopping one day last week Miss Katie Simmons and Mary Lee Gregory are visiting at Long Grove Dr J C Bush will he in Hardlns burg Monday May 9 for one work Jtie Bullock came up from Earn ed Saturday and attended ohuroh Sun day Old fasbioned measles nave struck our town and a number of persons have been exposed Mr and Mrs Eli Johnson ot Big Spring visited R LAdkissons family Saturday and Sunday- A A Richardson spent a part of last weeK in Louisville with hi sal brotherinlaw Uus Brown Rev G CumUlI filled his regular appointment at the Presbyterian church Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs George Basham of West View visited here last Sunday and attended services at the Baptist uhurohIMakes a Clean Sweep Theres nothing like doing a thing thoroughly Of all the Salves you over heard of BucklensArnica Salve tis the best It sweeps away and cures Burns Sore Bruises Cuts Boils Ulcers Skin Eruptions and Piles ItsI only L5c and guaranteed to give antis faction by Short Haynes Druggists IRVINGTON Miss Lena Brown left last week for her home in Paradise Kv Mr Hopper is at his old home I Burgin Ky to return some time soon Dr J C Bush will be in Hardl ns burg Monday May U for one w- eekAgers I J If your blood is thin and ImI1 I pure you are miserable all the time It is pure rich blood that invigorates strengthens refreshes You certainly know Sarsaparillathe health to the home tho onlyC medicine tested and tried for 60 years Adoctors medicine ATerSanaparlllcine III thn world for lIenousnft fTcure IpennnclnDina J 4100 bottle tAlll Poor Health Laxative Boson of Aycrs Pills each night groatly aid the Sarsaparilla j L CUTICURA Soap Ointment and Pills- k I the Worlds Greatest Curesrg PRICE THE SET 1- ie 1 EveryHumour to Scrofula The agonizing itching and burning of the skin as in eczema the frightful scaling as in psoriasis the loss of hair and crusting of the scalp as 1 called head the facial disfigurement as In pimples and ringworm the awful suffering of infants and the anxiety of wornout parents as in milk crust tet ter and salt rheum all demand a rem edy of almost superhuman virtues to successfully cope with them That Cutlcura Soap Ointment and Pills are such stands proven beyond all doubt No statement Is made regarding them strongestsevidence The purity and sweetness the power to afford Immediate relief the certainty of speedy and permanent utcure the absolute safety and great economy have made them the stand ard skin cures and humour remedies of the civilized world itThe grandest testimonial that can be offered the Cutlcura remedies is their worldwide sale due to the personal recommendations of those who have erused them From a small beginning in the simplest form against prejudice and opposition against mauled hosts countless rivals and trade indifference Cntlcura remedies have become the greatest caratlrcs of their time and in fact of all time for nowhere In the history of medicine is to be found 1another approaching them In popularity everysreception The confines of the earth growthThey VocgllDepntiLendoor7Charterboa btu Are Pottcr Dregs Chem Corp Sole rropncton 0f Scat for A awaahatCntkan- e Rev Duvall of Elizabethtowu was the company of the Rev Hynes lasts weekR M Jolly has erected u very handsome fifniily monument in Cedar Hill cemetery R B McGIothlan the stock trader was in the city several times the j past weak with stock J Mrs Alex Hendry Wad Mr Ralph Knott were among the many thatjj were here on business Thursday- Dr j Moretuan was called to Louis ville last week too see Crayton Clay comb who is ill witn pneumonia Miss Ruth Haynes one rf Cloverjj ports most popular young the guest of her uncle Henry Davis Mr D1 the and family went to Har dinsbur Friday to attend the funer of Mrs Blythes mother MrgHook Pastor Graves went to his charge at Pleasant Urove near Louisville to fill an appointment Saturday and Sun dayGive your subscription to T NcMeG Jothlln for the Evening Post and I get the metropolitan magazine free of chlrgecc Many thanks to the editor of thejj News lor giving us his valuable I paper at 0 oclock last Wednesday c morningIW H Bush brother of Dr Bush IR- a gutst at the McCoy Hotel while here on business in the roadtnasters de partmentMr Charles Benchtold whose family ate in this neighborhood has gone to St Louis to get an exhibit ready for tile opening of the Fair Prof Tuttle will lead the Union prayer meetting which meets at the evenn Inc All are requested to bring oi blesProf Tuttle of the Baptist Sun dayscnool und Mrs John Frakes of the M E Sundayschool and Sam Dowell of the Presbyeriau school will represent our school ac the Bewleyville conventionOne the most delightful social features of the week was the enter tainment ol the Crimp Club by Mr and Mrs Charlie Chamberlain at their lovely new home in After a lively and WoodlawnI Morris Jolly winning the number of points no prizes given by theclub refreshments of a most toothsome order were served the hostess being assisted by Mrs Bate HerndonJolly Gardner Co will sell you Ibs of granulated sugar for 100 00 range for 30 paints for house buggy or tin roof clothing at unequaled prices matting and carets lower than anybody The best and cheapest shoes on the market doors and poultry wire 05 buggy and harness for 4008 Ames Buggies andharness that cant bo beat Iron roofing all kinds of handsome sewing machines clocks watches jewelry They want your wool andII will pay highest market price YOU GER BR4S8 AR Union Star Ky April 26Spe- clal Wore than passing interest fis aroused in the announcement of the marriage of Miss Sue A Brashear of Union Star to Mr James S Younger of Cloverport which announcement is formally made by Mr and Mrs C M McGlothlnn relatives of the bride electBoth Miss Brashear and Mr Younger are well known and highly con nected in Breckenridge countycoming from ploneerfuinilies prominent In the early day of the State The bride tobe is a young lady of many per sonal attractions and accomplish meets and has always been popular wUliall whom she has been associated Of the groom the same way be said Mr Younger being the possessor of many merits He has been identiiied fornseveral years and holds the entire confidence of his business associates The wedding will occur in the early days of June and will be marked by simplicity of detail only mem bers and close relatives of the two families to be present After a short trip at the St Louis Worlds Fair the young couple will make their home in Cloverport Lucas vs State Banks Judge Upton W MUir yesterday took under snbinfsion the argument of counsel on the appeal of the back tux cases which were instituted by Revenue Agent Frank A Lucas to recover back taxes from State banks ondepositsNo which way the case is decided by Judge Muir it will be ap pealed and the record is being rush ed in order that the appeal may be ready on Wednesday next It is the desire of both sides to have the Court of Appeals rule on the case as soon as possible Saturdays Louisville Herald Crusher Begins Operations The rock crusher at Webster began operations last week The orushor was not running to its full capacity last week but the management expects to have all its modern machinery and equipment in full operation this week Fine Bluegrass Lawn St LouisMo April 2JA worlds fair official bulletin issued today an nounces Around the Kentuck building bluegrass seed sod brought from Kentucky has been laid and a fine lawn exists there now D- RKIDNEY FENNERS and Backache KidneysCUREdlac1der Dont become discouraged There Is a FemterIraI cases as yours All consultations free I suffered a long time with what the doctors claimed was lumbago Was down in bed un able to move without great pain Two bottles of Dr Fennels Kidney and Backache Cure completely cured me and 1 have had no return of the trouble nor any signs of rheumatism IndDrugJlslsnn For Sulo By Shores Ha- ynosIMDIG5TIOF4 of I was troubled with atom ThedfordBlackDraught goodindootoryearMRS SARAH E BniRFIELD Ellettsvllle Ind Thedfords Black Draught actron ofindigestiontake a small dose of Thed fords Black Draught occa uionr Uy you will keep your l i perfeetcondition THEDFO- RD5BUCKDRAW I I More sickness is caused by constipation than by any other disease Thfedfords BlackDraught not only re lieves constipation but cures diarrhoea and dyseatery and keeps the bowels regular AJi drnsgtata sell 25oet packages BlackBranght or bowelsI St lIRSAI+ SneadsFerry COMSTIFATIOrl jd ir DAN GROSVENOB BAYS Peruna is an Excellent Spring Catarrh RemedyII am as Well as Ever HON DAN A GROSVEXOR OF TilE FAMOUS OHIO FAJULl Hon Dan A Grosvenor Deputy Auditor for tho War Department in a letter written from Washington D C says II Allow meto express my gratitude to you for the benefit derived from one bottle of Peruna One week has brought wonderful changes and lam now as well as ever Besides being one of the very best spring tonics it Is an excellent catarrh remedy DAN A OROSVEbOR In a recent letter he says III consider Peruna really more meritorious than Idid when I wrote you last I receive numerous letters from acquaintances all over the country asking me if my certificate genuine I invariably answer yesDan A Grosvenor A County Commissioners Letter Hon John Williams County Commis sioner of 517 West Second strcctDuluth t Minn says the following in regard tto Poruna As a remedy for catarrh 1 can cheerfully recommend Peruna 1 know what it is to suffer from that terrible diseas- end I feel that it is my duty to spoak a thatbroughtInyImmediate a bad case of catarrh and 1 know It will cure any other sufferer front that dis easeJoLn Williams I DESERVE THE HONOR Irvlngton Ky April 20Spe- clal Rev J T Lewisof this place will leave May 10 to attend the an anal meeting of the Southern Bap tier convention which is held at Nashville Tenn in the Gospel Taber nacle Rev Lewis goes to represent the Breckenridge Association in this great assembly Rev Edwin Graves is an appointed delegate for the Leitchdeld Presbytery to attend a great meeting of the Presbyterian denomination which convenes at Dallas Texas May 17 Revs Graves and Lewis are repre sentative men in their denominations and the honor is worthily bestowed A Cure For Headache Any man woman or child suffering from headache biliousness or a dull drowsy feeling should take one or two DeWitts Little Early Risers night and morning These famous little pills are famous because they ire a tonlo as well as a pill While they cleanse the system they strengthen and reonild it by their tonio effect upon the liver and bowels Sold by All Druggist Funeral of Luther Cox Wolf Creek Ky April 26lpec- la1 Thad Still and family attended the fnueral of Luther Cox Wednesday Mr Cox was drowned in Salt river several weeks ago while load- Ing ties The body was found and Willettuesdayleaves a wife and two small children who will make their home at this place with bet father Thud Still Rev John Reid Jr of Great Falls Mont recommended Elys Cream Balm to me fcan emphasize his statementlilt is a positive cure for catarrh if used as dlreetedRev Francis W Poole Pastor Central Pres Church Helena Mont After using Elys Cream Balm six weeks I believe myself cured of cata rrh Josepn Stewart Grand Ave Buffalo N Y The Balm does not irritate or cause sneezing Sold by druggists at GO ots mailed by Ely Brothers 50 Warren New York Many Russians Drowned London April 21A correspondent cabling from New Chwang says a- essenger had just arrived there tho Yalu river with the infor that the Russians are fleeing A CoiiRTCMinnnVi Letter lIon II W Oglon Congressmaa from Louisiana in a letter written at Wash ington D C says tho following of Pc runn tho national catarrh remedy III can conscientiously recommend your Peruna as a fine tonic and all whooare in need of a catarrh remedy It has been commended to me by people who have used It as a remedy par ticularly effective in the cure of ca tarrh For those who need a good catarrh medicine I know of nothing better II north across the river in overcrowded boats and losing hundreds by drowning t Young Boy Suffers Injury Seloy McCracken Jr the young son of S H McCracken Sr fell from a wagon at the home of his father last Thnrsday morning and us are suit the knee cap on his right leg was dislocated and the bone partly true tuned The injured member was by Dr Lightfoot and the young setII is now doing Stomacn The best and nicelyII take pleasant in effect For sale by Short Haynes W A Stith Loses by fire The new burn and contents of W A Stith at Dick Meade county were destroyed by fire Friday even ing The loss was about 500 with an insurance of between gJ00 and f400 The fire caught from W B Dowells steam engine which was operating a sawmill nearby Mr Stiths neighbors rallied to his sup port but the fire could not be checked W E Griffith I Concan Texas vrritcsj rI Buffelgcl with chronic catarrh for many years I took I eruna and it com ftjplotely bored mo I think Peruna is the bcst inedictno in tho world for catarrh My general health is much improved by i Its use as I am much strongo Hianl have boon for yearsW E Griffith f1 A Congreasmons Letterff Congressman HBowen Ruskin Taze well county Va writes Cl can cheerfully recommend your valuable remedy Peruna to anyone who is suffering with catarrh and who Is In need of a permanent and effective cureif Bowen Mr Fred D Scott Laruo Ohio Right Guard of Iliram Foot Ball Team writes II As a specific for lung trouble place Peruna at tho head I have used It my 1and1 Fred D Scott Gen Ira C Abbott 000 M street N 7n Washington D C writes 11 I am fully convinced that your rem edy is on excellent tonic Many of my friends have used it with tho most beneficial results for coughs colds and ca- tarrhal troubloIra C Abbott Mrs Elmer Fleming orator of Reser voir Council No 168 Northwestern Lee j gion of Honor of Minneapolis Mlnnjj writes from 2535 Polk street NEsII I havo been troubled all my life with catarrh In my head I took Peruna for aboutthroom now think I am- pormanontly cured I believe that for catarrh In all its forms Poruna is the IlUnncI medicine of tho e age It cures when all other remedies fan I can heartily recommend Pcruna as a catarrh romedy1Irs Elmer Fleming Treat Catarrh in Spring Tho spring is the timo to treat catarrh Cold wet winter weather often retards a cure of catarrh If a course of Pcruna Is taken during tho early spring months tho euro will bo prompt and permanent Thorn can bo no failures if Pcruna is taken intelligently during tho favorable weather of spring As a systemic catarrh remedy Poruna eradicates catarrh from the system wherever it may bo located It cures catarrh of tho stomach or bowels with tho same certainty as catarrh of the head If you do not derive prompt and satis factory results from tho use of eruna write at once to Dr Ilartman giving a full statement of your case and ho will bo pleased to give you his valuable ad vice gratis 4 Address Dr Ilartman President of Tho Ilartman Sanitarium Columbus 0 1IYSTICft Mrs Lee Sipes left for home Tues dayMrs B F Harrison returned home last week Stive Hall of Webster was buying tobacco here Saturday Miss Nona Harrison will not re turn homo for some time The photographer Old French Is expected to return to Lodihurg soon Jess Shaw and familv worn the guests of Lee Shaws family at Lodi burgThe members of the Walnut Grove church have called Rev Farrell for a yearMiss Myrtle Beanohamp visited her sister at Lodibiirg Saturday and SundayG Basham of this place has brought on his new line of spring goods Call dnd see them Dudley CAsrrOzLXaBun theThe Kind You Have Always Bought Signature 11 Aifof AA Ve A AA NOTICE The Sheriff of Breckenridge county when sworn intotoffice swears to treat all persons in the same manner lIe takes an oath to collect your taxes You want this done yearly then you are secure also the Sheriff IaSa deputy am bound to the Sheriff first then the people I am going to abide by my oath and if you are owing taxes you willsave the cost of advertising and the trouble of extra cost if you 4 PAY AT ONCE0 I am titsbcst whether much or little and am going to soIl as soon as I can after tho month of April Please do not come to mo with ex cuses for you are aware I have waited with you patiently and it is no trouble for you to borrow a few dollars This is positive i and will bo followed to the letter of tho law It was de tided horo at the last Circuit Court that land sales for taxes are dl legal I must have the old taxes before the now book comes out j H M BEARD D S YYYfynynYnnmnnenYYnYnYnynnYYYTJe yI o