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J JIY I THEBRECKENRIDGE NEWS r ALL THE NEWS THIiTS FIT TO PRINT1 1 VOL XXVIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 4 1904 8 Pages NO 42 y MARRY IN LOUISVILLE ofyMr and Mrs Jacob May of this city was married in Louisville Thursday rt evening at 730 oclock to Mr G W R t Roth of Indianapolis Ind The w- edrdmg took place at the residence of- tI t E H ZIrckel at 1416 West Chestnut i performediby the ROT Dr Anderson of the t Presoyterian church The following intimate friends ana relatives were f kpresent at the wedding Mr and Mrs K H Zirckol and family Mr and Mrs Owen May Mrs Clayton j rT Crosson and Mrs Ike Merer and oltytand will be missed especially in church 1t and musical circles She had been tQrganlst at the Presbyterian church r t 1J for a number ct years and left a fJ fine class of twenty music pupils Mr Roth travels for a large brewing concern in Indianapolis and is the in h fveutor and manufacturer of the Roth 1 gas engine many of which are In use in Indiana A number of years ago he 4wasa fireman tor the Louisville Hen derson St Louis railroAd and has many acquaintances here Mr and Mrs Roth left Friday for Morgantown Ind to reside A Startling Test To save a life Dr T G Merritt of No Mehoopany Pa made a startling test resulting in a wonderful cure He writes a patient was at tacked with violent hemorrhages caused by ulceration of the stomach I had often found Electric Bitters excellent for acute stomach and liver troubles so I prescribed them The patient gained from the first and has not had an attack in 14 months Electric Bitters are positively guarant ed for Dyspepsia Indigestion Consti pation and Kidney troubles Try them Only COo at Short Haynes Pythians to Build Home The Grand Lodge of Kentucky Knights of Pythias will build a 4 J Widows and Orphans Home in one r of the cities in Kentucky and Louisville Pythians have already begun n fight to secure its location there K P CONVENTION I The convention of the third district Knights of Pythias of Kentucky was held Friday night at the hall of the local lodge Breotcenridge No 01 the occasion being the first of its kind in this city Extensive preparations were made for the entertainment of the visiting knights the interior and exterior of the lodge room and the business houses being decorated with the flags and colors of the order The special features of the evening were an enjoyable banquet a number of excellent speeches on Pythanism and the initiation of four new mem bers who took the first and second degrees making about twenty addi tions the lodge has had during the past two months The speeches by the visiting knights was the meet enjoyed feature of thu evening Tim addresses by Mr Pon peney RevArcher and Rev Cox gave especial pleasure The following were the visiting nights Past Supreme Vice Chancel lor Ponpeney of St Paul Minn U rand Chancellor J G Covington of Bowling Green Grand Keeper of Records and Seal J W Carter of Owensboro and Messrs W G Archer C T Hardin H Q Gans J W Taylor Jas L Leach Ueo H Cox F N Barns S W Bedford Tnos R Morton and R H Penning ton of Star Lodge No 10 of Owes boro The death ot Dr Conway a prominent K P of Owensboro pre vented a much larger body of knights from that city being prevent To accommodate those who are partial to the use of atomizers in ap plying liquids into the nasal passages for catarrhal troubles the proprietors prepare Elys Liquid Cream Balm Prices including the spraying tub is 75 cents Druggists or by mall The liquid embodies the medicinal proper ties of the solid preparation Cream Balm in quicitly absorbed by the mem brand and does not dry up the secre tions nut changes them to a natural and healthy character Ely Brothers 50 Warren St N Y How many feathers on a rooster i How Many Feathers OnA- Rooster t 7 DELIGHTS AUDIENCE Ralph Bingham delighted a large audience at Oelzes Hall Monday nigh with one of his inimitable en tertainments under the auspices of the Ladies Aid Society of thA M E church South As on his two former appearances in this city Mr Bingham gave a varied entertainment consist ing of songs recitations impersona tions and selections on the violin All of his impersonations were humorous and made a distinct hit His story of lull Jenkins theIthoss trader was especially good but Will Hays dialect story of the negro excursion to tho picnic which Mr BI nham s audiences never tire of hearing was the most enjoyed part of the entire program With matchless power and sweetness Mr Bingham played Sougas Invincible Eagle and selec tions from Cavaleriu Rusticana and II Travortof Mr Binghaui was pleasantly ntro dated to the audience by Rev P L King of the M E church South and his singing and playing was accompanied on the organ by Miss Mannie White To Organize Local Hive Mrs Nary Lee Anderson of Lexing ton Stale Deputy of the Ladies of the Maccabees is in the ti city organize a local hive Mrs Anderson isat the Duncan House and will remain here se veral weeks Breckenridges Duty- A national good roads convention will he held at St Louis May 0 to 21 Breck enridge county should send at leaat one delegate Wedding Announcements Mr Jas S Younger of this city Bad Miss Sue Brashearof Union Star will oo married at Union Star on June 1 Their wedding will bn attended by Mr Owen L Brashear a brother of Miss Brashear and Miss Rebecca F Williamson of Columbia Tenn who will he married May 24 The two co mil as will compose a party to the Worlds Fair H A Oelze is had a two story veranda added to his residence NEWS OF THE FARM1 Irvington Ky May 3Special George and Tom Lvddan make it specialty of raising the flue Hereford cattle They have sold five calves un der one year old for the neat sum ot 18100 per head They oho shipped re eitly three Hereford calves ages ranging from three to five months old to Giltner Bros Eminence Ky to be inoculated for the Southern trade t Here is a IRecord Breaker Irvington Ky May 3 Special Mies Maggie Greenwood wishes to join the crowd of chicken fanciers nail conies in with a record breaker in tile way of sales She is very en thusiastic in her work and is think ing of establishing n poultry plant when the Barred Plymouth Rock will crow the loudest and cackle the long est Miss Greenwood states that from a flock of ninety hens she sold during the months cf March and April for sitting purposes at the rate of 1300 per hundred I DiG eggs her orders coming from Tennessee and ninny places in Kentucky Besides this over 200 eggs were used for the home table and settings If any one can challenge this let them be heard from Planters Hall Stock Farm Gleudeaue Ky May 2 1004 Mr J D Babbage Cloverport Ky Dear Sir We are going to exhibit our 2500 lb Polled Durham bull at Bar dinsburg on May 0 and 10 the first two days of Circuit Court This is one of the greatest bulls of the breed and it is worth coming miles to see him We have recently added to our herd of Poland Chinas tho great show boar Sansiilne Perfection a hog that won four premiums at the last KentucKY State Fair and won at several local fairs in Indiana We paid j5 for him and he is great a bargain at that priceWe have added to our herd of Short horns the following heifers Sycamore Rose 2nd a show heifer sired by the 1GOO Imp Master Archer 145090cham pion bull of Kentucky for four years an la winner at the International at Chicago also a brother of Curemonions Archtr a 5000 bull that was champion of tne United States last year and is considered by some to be the best bull on either continent Mary Briton Oth a Scotch topped Young Mary sired by Imported Holywell Moonlighter 150W4a Scotch bull bred by Sanders Spencerol Holyoau Manor England Mr Solomon Colley of j Milnersvillo 0 her breeder says This heifer is u corking good oneI and should make a great cow She is bvd to an imported bull and is dne to I calve June 1 W R Moorman Son Represented Breckenridge Irvington Ky May 3Speclal Among the fiftynine candidates that took thn thirtysecond degree at a recent meeting of the Scottish Rite Masons in Louisville Breckenndge county was represented by C M Mc I I ScottishIorganizations in the United State Their membership of this Rite is now IIbout 1000 I INot Ready to Operate- A force of men has been at work the past month putting the Cloverport BrIck Tile com pan s plant in shape to operate Much overhauling and repairing has been necessary and tho plant did not begin operations Monday as it was reported to do CaBTOBXABean the 10 Kind You Hato Always Sougln Signature ISZof I or The is the program of the district to be held at May 14 1004 10 00 Exercises Rev W F Regard Welcome Address Miss Mary Keith J B Herndon 1021 ot carefc Prepara tion of Lesson and how to Secure ItMrs John Frakes Song 1030 Get to Sunday School on time Miss Alberta Drnry 1040 H K Taylor 1110 A Bible Story Miss Nannie Lee Frayeer 1130 Report of Schools of Noon 100 Song and Prayer 110 What would be the Result of the Neglect of the Study of Gods WordJ V St Clair 120 Home J Jolly 130 Nannie Lee Fray ser Song 130 Pastors in the Sun day Scnool Rev L M Russell 2 20 The of Sunday School R B Tuttle 235 Decision Day Are nit Teachers largely for Results Mrs W J Piggott 245 Some Reasons Why the Sunday School is a Power for UodS W Dowell Song 300 Teachers and W H Cain Jr 310 What has tne done for the Schools of tits District ted by bars S P Parks 330 Report of Other Business of Minutes Song and Bene diction- T B Pres Nan E Lyddan Secy A Sure Thing It is said that nothing is sure except death and taxes but that is not I true Dr Kings New Dlscov cry for is u sure cure for all lung and throat troubles Thous ands can testify to that Mrs C B VanMetre of W Va says I had a severe case of Bron chitis and for a year tried 1 heard of but got no relief One bottle of Dr Kingss New then cured me Its infallible for Croup Cough Grip and Try it Its by Short Haynes Trial bottles free Reg sizes 50o in This The census for the school district by Mins Laura shows a total of 383 whites Of echool age 1GO of these being males and 223 females every receipt that calls for cream of tartar andsoda other quick leav BakingPowder food finer flavor more di gestible and wholesome PROGRAM following Sundayschool convention Bewleyville Devotional Repponse Importance AddressProf Appointment Committees Intermission DepartmentU ResultsMiss Opportunity Discussion Importance Training Responsible Teaching Association Discussion Committees Reading Henderson altogether Consumption Shepherdtown everything Discovery absolutely Whooping Pneumonia Consumption guaranteed Druggists 100- Pupils District Cloverport complied yatterfield In of Fight Over a Mule Allen Wilson of Patesviile and John Stnnstull of Breca enridge coun ty engaged in n fight over a mule at Fordsville yesterday It seems that Stunstall had gone on a note for Wil son for 55 and was forced to pay it Wilson agreed to let Stunstall have the mule for the note and 5 in cash Wilson left for the note and f5 in cash Wilson left his home the other day and while he was absent Stunstall went to the barn and took the mule away I 2 Wilson met Stunstall yesterday In the road Wilson demanded the mule and upon refusal he proceeded to cut it loose from the wagon Stunstall secured n club and knocked Wilson down in the fight which followed Wilson cut Stunst ll severely on the wrist with a knife The mule escaped injury Wilson went to Forasville and proceeded to get drunk and was arrested Saturdays Owensboro Messenger All Druggists do not hesitate to recommend Kodol Dyspepsia Cure to their friends and customers Indigestion causes more ill health than anything else It de ranges the stomach and brings on all manner of disease Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat cures indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach disorders Kodol is not only a perfect diceatant but a tissue building tonic as well Renewed health perfect strength and increased vitality follow its use- Wears Tooth Of His Own Make Dr S B Adkisson was a visitor in town Saturday The doctor has his to say of Cloverport 1 have never lived in any town that I liked better than old Cloverport and only wish I could return The Doctor has been tallowing the profession of dentistry for more than twenty years and is working up a good practice at his home town of Webster He has become such an artist in his line that when any of his teeth need attention it is useless for him to consult any of his fraternal broth eren He is now wearing an excellent crown on a front tooth done by bio own hand and on examination one will see that it is the work of a highclass dentist To Lead the Singing J M Ragsdule a prominent Sun day school singer of Louisville is in the city to lead the choir during the revival at the M E church South this week and next week Tho meet ing is to be conducted by Rev T R Kendall pastor of Settle Chapel at Owensboro Two services will La held each day at 3 oclock in the afternoon and at 7 30 in the evening Dr and Mrs F L Lightfoot and Mrs E E Haynes went to Louisville Monday to see the Kentucky Derby H EXCURSION i FORDSVILLE to LOUISVILLE and Return SATURDAY MAY 14 1904 M loo the Round Trip ee White People OnlyI MgPLENTYr1 r I ililH ++HJ I H ++1 1+ 10 + 1 I I J I I I I I I philIIIIII +t aJ yjjj yjtJmjyj ij MMjyjyj r1 ISTROLLERS5s1L II By FREDERIC S ISHAM m Author of Under the Rose t k K Copyright 1902 by THE BOWEN MERRILL COMPANY frTiHKWrfrfrfrirtKKfr6fr HKfr AACr AAAACr- CrAAAAACttl t 7sYitYXtzY AAAACrCrCrCrAACrACrAAA +d rJoIuJJ t 1111 H+r+++4 lIotl t1+ t1 IFd Ld + Ht zI +CHAPTER XXXI UK sudden and tragic depth of T Constances foster father which occurred virtually as narrated by Straws set a seal of profound sadness on the heart of tho young girl Good sir adieu she hind sold in the nunnery scene and tho eternal purling had shortly followed HIT nIT4 lIon for the old manager hind- I tai that of a loving daughter The grit slip should have experienced over the passing of the marquis was trend tYrivd to the memory of one who had been a father through loves kinship In th faraway jpast standing at the blor of her nPFitt r tin innlinger It was who had hold ltit r rhildish hand eon soling her ain1 sharing her affliction anti in those distant hilt uuforgotten days of trouble the young girl and the homeless old man became all in all to each other Years had rolled by The child that prattled by bill side became the stately girl but the hand clasp at that grave hail never been relinquished She could not pretend to mourn the tenth of the marquis her own father Had I ha not ever been dead to her as dead M the goodI wife or bad wife of that noblemanas dead as Gross George and all the other honored and dishon ores figures of that misty past Hut Itarnes death was the abrupt severing of ties strengthened by years of tender association and when his last sum moo came she felt herself truly alone In an old cemetery mild the crumbling bricks Barnes was burled his settled tomb above ground bearing In Its inscription the answer to till dukes query Thy test of Life Is Sloop Constance remained hi New Orleans There the old manager lust found his final resting place and she hind no def inite desire to go elsewhere Adrift in tIm darkness of the present the young girl was too perplexed to plan for the future so she remained in the house Barnes had rented shortly before his donUt An elderly gentlewoman of fall en fortunes to whom this somlrural establishment belonged Constance re tained as a companion passing her time quietly soberly almost in soli tude This mansion Inst remnant of its owners earthly estate was roomy and spacious nestling among the or anges raid Inviting seclusion with Its pretentious wall surrounding the grounds The old fashioned gentlewoman poor and proud was a fitting figure In that ancient house whore In former days gay parties hind assembled Hut now tho iirinclMil callers at the old house wore till little fat priest with a rosy sinlle who looked after the need1 la dye soul of which sho was most folD licitous in thexoI Inter days and the Count do IroprlaeI who MI me nxtensl hly to see the elderly woman and dint about genealogy and extraction hut tires obviously not unmindfulI of the pretence of the young girl nor averse to seeking to niltlgNtot her sorrow Culver the lawyer too carne ocMislon ally to talk shoat her affairs but of ten her mind turned Impatiently from figures and markets to the subtle rhythm of Shakespeare She regretted having left the stage feeling the lone lIne of this simple existence yet averse to seeking diversion and shun fling rather than Inviting society As tine Inert hours crept by she longed for Ute forced wn kefillness and stir of oth or dayshappy days of IInsecurity fleeting Joyous days gone now beyond recall nut while she was striving to solve these new problems of her life they wen All being settled for her by fate that arrogant meddler Calling one ntornlng Culver nosegay In hand was obliged to wait longer than usual and employed the Interval In disunity ex running his surroundings and incidentally himself FIrt with the vanity of youngish old gentlemen he gazed into a tall mirror framed in the fan tactic style of till early Venetians a glass which hind belonged to the mar quis ami had ertttwhlle trisected the light iKanty of his noble gixiiiso 1aus lag about us long as It would have talc on n lady to adjust a curl he 1peeped into a Dutch cabinet of ebony and mother of pearl and was studying a Charming creature paints 011 Ivory whose head like that of Bluebeards wife wits snbsegaeutly separated from her lovely shoulders when aright footstep behind him Interrupted Irtl scrutiny Turning he greeted tilt young girl and with stately gallantry prasojifed the nosegay How well you art looking ho said Though thereI might be a little more color perhaps like some of these flow ers IIf I were a doctor I should pre scribe less cloister more city She took the flowers meeting his kindly gaze with u faint snipe AMost patients would like such pre scriptions he went on I should soon iHKomo a popular society physician But nlfhotigh he spoke lightly his manner was partly forcer and he regarded her furtively Their brief ac quaintance Imd awakened In him an In ton st half paternal half curious 0- uwn woro an unknown but b nitlful quantity From the vantage point of n life of single blessedness he vaguely but quixotically placed them In the same category with flowers and his curlosltv was no harsher than that of n gardener studying settle new variety of bud or blossom Therefore he hesi tated In what he was about to say shifting in his chair uneasily when they were seated but finally coming to the point with Have you read the account of the engagement between the Mexican and the American forces at Vera Cruz No not yet she admitted Nor the list otof casualties he continued hesitatingly The casualties she repented Why SalntPTOSper has no further Interest in the marquis sous ho said quicklyShe straight before her calm and composed This absence of any exhibition of feeling reassured the at torneyHe Is dead she asked quietly Yes lion dill he 111 Gallantly replied the caller now convinced site had no interest In the matter save that of a mere acquaintance Ills death is described in half a column You see ho did not live In vain Was hekilled in battle In a skirmish Ills company was sent to break up a baud of guerrilla rancheros at Antigun They ambushed him he drove them out of the thicket hut fell you have dropped your flowers allow mtttt tho head of his teen At the head of his men She drew In her breath There passed tho last of nn III fated line said the lawyer reflectively Poor fellow lie started wTth such bright prospects graduating from the military college with unusual honors Ambitious light hearted he went to Africa to carve out a name In the ar my The same shill that took him out carried back to the mnrquls the story of his brothers disgrace Ills brothers disgrace she ex claimedCulver nodded He sold a French stronghold in Africa Miss Carcw Had the attorney been closely observing her he would have noticed the sudden look of bewilderment that crossed her face She stared at him with her soul In her eyes Ernest SalntProspers brother The turmoil of her thoughts hold her as by a spell In the disruption of a fixed conclusion her brain was filled with new and poignant reflections Unconsciously she placed a nervous hand upon his arm Then Ernest SnlntProspor who was killed In Mexico was not the traitor Certainly not exclaimed Culver quickly Owing to the disgrace I am sure more than to rimy other reason he bade farewell to his country and now lies unmoiiriied In some mountain ravine It Is true the marquis quar reled with him disliking not a little the young tunas republican Ideas but my dear young lady you are 111 No no she returned hastily striving to maintain her self possession How do you know Ihlst Through the marquis himself he replied mmewhat uneasy beneath her steady gaze lIe told mo the story in artier to protect the estate from any possible pretensions on the poet of the Irnltnr Tho renegade wits reported lend but tho marquis nevertheless rc nalned skeptical Ho did not believe In the old saw about the devil being lend Le dlablo lives always he said The visitor observed a perceptible change In the young girl just what he could not define but to him It seemed most to lit In her eyes whore something that Imtllcd him looked out and not his glance Ills brother was an olllcor in the French rimy she asked as though forcing herself to speak Yes ten years older than Ernest lalntIiospor he had already nude a earner for himself How eagerly then must tho younger brother have looked orward to meeting him to serving with one who In his young eyes was all that was brave anti noble What 1 bitter awakening from the dream It is not those we hate who can injure as most only those we love can stab us so deeply Mechanically she answered tho law yer and when he prepared to leave the hand given him nt parting was as cold HS Ill- Itelnemdnr he said admoulshlngly loss cloister moro dly Some hours later the old lady dress ed in her heavy silk and brocade and with snow white hairI tome up in im posing fashion rapped on Constances door but received no answer Knock lug again with like result she entered the room discovering the young girl on the bed her cheeks tinted like the rose her eyes with no learnt of recognition In thorn and her lips moving ut tering snatches of old plugs Taking her hand the old lady found It hot and dryBless mo she exclaimed She is down with n furor And she at once prepared a simple remedy which soon silenced the babbling lips in slumber utter which she sent for tho doctor To be Continued Rend our now 25000 contest- on another page DO YOU NEED A MEDICINE IT COSTS YOU NOTHING TO IHVESTItATE There is no one who does not need a Liver Medicine occasionally The symptoms of Liver Complaint are well known to every one such as consti pation dyspepsia loss of appetite sleep lessness headache a tired feelingand many others of a similar nature Thousands die annually by not heeding the warnings of nature Many acquire some chronic disease from which they never recover Many of these could be spared for years of usefulness by keeping in the home some reliable remedy We believe that we can convince any fairminded person that there is no bet ter remedy for the Liver known than Dr SyrupTheof Buchu Hydrangea Mandrake Yellow Dock Dandelion Sarsaparilla Gentian Senna and Iodide of Potassium You know just what you are taking How many other formulas of a liver medicine are published Ask your druggist about this It is already prepared and can be taken immediately- The strength is extracted in the most skillful manner certainly superior to any powdered preparation known We also manufacture a Liver Medicine in pow dered form with which any druggist can supply you but this like all other dry Liver Medicines requires preparation Dr Thachers Liver and Blood Syrup is pleasant to take does not lose strength as Liver Medicine in dry itsI and will keep in anyclimate Your doctor however skillful could prescribe nothing better There is no opportunity for a doctor to make a mistake in writing a prescrip tion or a drug clerk to make a in compounding the same mistakeI doctors bill and the cost of cine You can be absolutely sure of proper proportion being in every dosetheI Dr Thachers Liver and Blood has been used with the greatest confi dence and success in thousands of homes for 52 years and is prepared brn pharmacist of 25 years experience in a labo ratory equipped with the most modern appliances for the most perfect safety If you do trot understand your catf write today far a free sample bottle and Dr Thacherf Health look rifle lymptomt for advice We mjify auk HitI IOK try it at our OIJIne We know ft wilt do FOIL SALE Dr ALL DRUGGISTS BO tent and 100 THACHER MEDICINE CO I Chattanooga TennII Repairing the Minnie Ogden T 1J Sawyer is repairing the Minnie Ogden of Weft Point which is in Clover creek The boat was sunk al most over the pilot house and was badly damaged by water and mud When she it put in shape to run she will go to Mound City 111 to tow corn and toma toes for the branch canning factory of the J T Polk Compan y at that place The Minnie Ogden is fifty feet long twelve feet wide and is propelled by a twenty horse power gasoline engine The boat and a large covered barge were bought front the West Point owners by time J T Polk Company at the low price of 300 but it will be necessary to spendabout 400 for repairs on her Mr Sawyer expects his contract to re quire two or three weeks for completion A Cure For Piles- I had a bad case of piles says G F Carter of Atlanta Oa and con sulted n physician who advised me to try a box of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve I purchased a box and was entirely cured It is splendid for pilasglv ing relief instantly and I Heartily recommend it to till sufferers DoWitts Witch Hazel Salve is unequalled for its healing qualities Eczema and other sKin diseases also sores cuts burns Iud wounds of every kind are quickly cured by It Sold by All Druggists Intuit Hiiltliur Few articles scum more strangely named than indiii rubber It gets the rubber from the first use to which it was put that of erasing pencil marks by rubbing Nor should It be associated with India The tree was first mentioned by an explorer among the Mexican Indians three centuries ago and the first account of the substance occurs In connection with Co lumbus visit to Haiti on his second voyage Most of our present importa tion comes from Brazil But Colum bus mind those explorers who followed him were searching for n short passage to India and they supposed that the land they discovered was India The name India rubber Is therefore a per manent slun of their mistake Bowling Green Ky June 12 1U01 Dr E W Hall at Louis Mo Dear Sir We nitre been selling your Texas Wonder Halls Great Discov ery for two years and can recommend it to any one suffering with any kid ney trouble as being the best remedy we have ever sold Yours truly W 0 MORRIS JO A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emission weak and lame backs rheumatism and all Irregularities of the kidneys and blad der in both men aria women regulates bladder troubles in cnildren If not sold by your druggist it will be sent by mail on receipt of 1 One small bottle is two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall solo manufacturer P 0 Box 620 St Luis Mo Send for test monials Snldby airdruggists Office 2031 Olive street fIWdII IJI U IJI IWM W lJI UU Gre J Values In fine spring goods It seems almost impossible to outdo our recent trade offerings which have been such notable triumphs in success Yet this is exactly what we shall strive Ito do in this great selling season of spring The values are astounding and opportun ities predominate in every department Good buyers appreciate the advantage of early selections when choice of weaves colors and designs are obtainable in sum mer goods Our line is now in its most complete state and must be seen to be appreciated Low Prices on New Notions We were very lucky in buying a sample outfit of Ladies and Gents Notions These goods were bought at very low figures and purchased from fir T W Scott traveling salesman for the largest wholesale notion house in Baltimore Beautiful Spring Millinery Seldom anywhere and never before in this county has such a galore of Hat beauty been in evidence See the beautiful flow ers dainty shapes of hats laces and chiffons Best Stock of Clothing and Shoes Yet In clothing and ladies and gents shoes we can show you the most beautiful stock ever carried before Most reasonable prices yet New Stock of White Goods Rememberwe are in the market for all kinds of produce wool chickens eggs etc We will pay satisfactory pricesI tie M Y R I I KyITliliiKH lie 1C nerr Ills WifeWhy dont you go to the doctor and timid out Just what you ought to ont anti what you ought to avoid DyspepticOh I know nil that now I ought to eat everything I dont like and avoid everything I do Jut the llcvornp Stranger to highlander In full uni form Sandy are you cold with tho kilt Sandy1n non but Im nigh kilt wi the could To SInkc n Sclillltr 1oiviler To nuke a seldlitz powder mix together two drams of rochelle salts and two scruples of bicarbonate Of soda put these Into n blue paper and put thirtyfive grains of tartaric acid Into a white paper To use put each Into different glasses tumid quarter fill with water then pour both together and drink at once while In a state of effervescence Isle Waterloo Hewitt Gruot has lost nil his money JewettBut I thought he was a Napoleon of finance Hewitt Ho was but lie met a Wellington Take a good book slowly You see much finer countrj In a movers wagon than you do from a car window Likes Hartlin County Stephensbnrg Ky April 21 1904 Mr J D Babbage Dear Sir Find en closed a guess in your great guessing contest and a check for 1 for which please send uie the News is I wish to hear front Breckenridge county I can hear from my old home and neighbors through the News each and every week- I have lived in Hardiu county five years and have been in good health and in a good neighborhood I am in a good farming county where the people believe in fine stock and lots of it I take a Hardin county paper the Farmers Monte Journal and the Breck enridge News I read the News first and lay the others aside every time Yours truly C E Dutschke Quick Arrest J A Qulledgo of Verbena Ala was twic in the hospital from a sev ere case of piles causing 24 tumors After doctors and all remedies failed Bucklens Arnica Salve quickly ar rested further inflammation and cured him It conquers aches and kills pain a5o atlbhort Haynes Druggists Cloverpqrt Planing Mill GREGORY CO Prop it LUMBERDOORS DOORSSASH BLINDS DOOR AND WINDOW SCREENS SHINGLESLATHS LATHSLIME BRICK CEMENT ROOFING ETC J L MOORMAN DENTISTOff- iceover Oolzos Hardware Store Prompt attention to all kinds of Dents Work Special attention to FINE GOLD FILLINGS AND CROWN and BRIDGE WORK Prices Moderate Satisfaction Guaranteed Correct Dress for Men If we make your suit this fall you can depend on 4 COKUECTXESS OF STYLE EXCELLENCE OF TAILOR IXO RELIABILITY OF FADIUC J H Hunsche With Casper May Co Cannelton Ind Gasoline for sale at News Office H Deli MOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDlNS8URO KY Will practice his profession to aU or the Courts of BreecenrfdRa and adjoIning coun ties Special attention gluon to collecting road cases und criminal nructlco License to practice In United States restrict Courts Office over Bank jt Hardlnsburs TheLady l I Is interested in receptions con certs church socialsi and other entertain inents of this sort which re quire the help of a printer We are always glad to quote prices 011 printing of this sor- tT5he NEWS =I HopsltalltyyAt Small Expense ffl c IEntCrlulnnwlltthat depend 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the Embroidery Outfit shown above l tore to nrnllunlbli payer ho write ftfEW IDEA PUBUBHTOa CO63 Jlroun yyswTot t Ii jSamuelOJ OJI jj 4 sixtysix years old has never smoked If cigar or a pipe or played a game ojE J cards and was never drunk in his life 11 rPl t JP- I p aty y j rThe reckenridge News UH +WEDNESDAY MAY it1 1004 Ills IloHolve SheI nra going to give you back our tlifingeinent ring I can never marry you I love another lie Give me his iimiue iuul address SheDo you want to kill him lie Xo 1 wont to try to sell him HIe ring The usual fortune of complaint la to ixclto contoinpt more than pityJobu ion How many feathers on n rooster f e To Make ned Ink Red Ink Is easily made hy amateurs who follow tliJsjwIne Get a one ounce bottle and se 111 it It Is perfectly clean And dry ridtSf In Jt one teaspoonful of aqua ammonia gum arable the size of two penH anteuld six grains Of car mine Fill utmthebottle with clear soft water and after standing a little while It will be lit for use An OliMtliialc Faintly CholnuMidley thought you intend ell to marry Miss Vealthlngtou Dol mondleyI thought so too but her Cholmondley What dldJpss Wealthlngton say Dolmond leyOlt shes one of the family you know = 7o = = 4077 I Public School Train Ifingfor Citizenship g w Z Edwin G Cooley superintendent of the public schools in li ft Chicago proposes to organize tho pupils into a miniature re r llipublic and teach them by actual experience their duties us citi t X zens The national representatives will be elected from the X tic grammar schools and the nationalsenators from the high schools Stute and city governments will be formed in the Sj snmo way The Australian ballot system will be used in theIIIItyf X elections and the machinery of the national government copied X X in every detail X- f Young women not only will bo allowed to vote but will h- oi x- W t eligible to election as senators congressmen andaldermen Inrill x fact the little government will be founded upon tho principles X jl yi of coeducation and suffragoIfffj IrmeatIrr mmshould fit the child to take his place in the state as a citizen and Wto perform the duties of citizenship The growing corruption fi of politics shows that so far our public schools have failed in irithesejj all important particularsInThink what it would be to have Prof Cooleys idea carried ft out in all our public schools Think of the uplift politics c would receive if every graduate from the grammar schooland x tho high school understood tho sacredness of the ballot and the x necessity of using itfor tho public good Tho boys accustomed to jj- A seeing girls voting and holding oflico in the mimic stuto would vj- A not bo likely to develop into men opposed to equal rights Tho JJJ- JA girl accustomed to think of herself as a citizen would never do A velop into a remonstrant nor would she placidly accept tho le Aft gal conditions that class her with idiots lunatics criminals and A- tf One can hardly overcstimato tho good that would re i A stilt from such training in citizenship and Prof Cooleys ex M poriment will bo watched with interest especially by those l1 rJ who believe that women are citizens and that they should have jK tho same political rights that men citizens have A c Lida Calvert Obenchain v OASTOnXA ci Lars 5000000Ca- shLION Given Away to Users ofICOFFEEthan 1904 Coffee LionHeads good valuable premiums always In Addition to the Regular Free Premiums LionHeads 5000000 Grand TWO GREAT CONTESTS July attendance President 8 distributed 4000000 botbfaddition aI Five LionHeads cut Liona Packages and a cent stamp entitle you in addition to the free f premiums to one vote in either contest family objected equal minors WORLDS FAIR CONTEST What bo total July attendance at St Lonls Worlds Fair At July 4 1893 attendance 283273 For correct received in Woolson Splco Com panys office on or before 30th 1904 wo will nearest estimate second prize to next nearest AS follows 1 First Prize 1 Second 100000 2 Prizes S50OOO each 100000 5 Prizes 20OOO 100000 Prizes 10000 100000 20 6000 100000 60 Prizes 2000 100000 Prizes 1000 260000Prizos 6OO 000000 2180 PRIZES TOTAL S2OOOOOO CATS SUCKING BREATH An Old The pIle Tlmt linn Served 11 Gooil 1iirpiiMp Can n rot really suck tho breath of n child We have always heard thnt it could Away buck In curly childhood we distinctly remember fixuiuciit wnrnlnga to look out for the cat Do not allow the cat to get into bed with you espe cially to tint Into bed with the baby as it Is liable to suck the babys breath which would cause the baby to tile In there any foundation for such n notion ais this We never could discov er any real unerring to the belief that n tint can suck the breath of a child Indeed the sentence Is totally unlntcl1 llKllile What Is meant by sucking the breath It may true that the cat attracted by the breath of a child who hull recently been nursing might attempt to Interfere in some manner with till childs mouth In young cats the Im pulse to nurse might excited bythl smell of the childs breath It Is barely I possible that the cat might be seized with a desire to bite or to devour this childs lips or tongue lured on by the swell of mill We are not in a posi thou to deny these possibilities Maybe they are true lint trot any of these suppositions fur nlsh a basis for the statement thnt tine cat is liable to suck the childs breath Vc have always this with a shudder of horror It seems to convey some weird horrible tragedy that can hardly imagined But it Is a mere fancy time origin of which Is hard to explain Yet we would advise mothers to be careful about leaving the Infant with a cat We do not favor the idea cats sleeping with children nor do we favor the practice of children playing with cats handling them mopping them around the floor them dressing up as dolls It is not good for the cat it is not good for the child Neither cats nor dogs ought to treated In this manner They are nil right in their place but they are not lit for playthings- If the that a cat can suck a childs breath has operated as- a preventive to mothers allowing children to with cats It has served a very good purpose but such childish notions are hardly compatible with ma tire reilcctlon It Is one of the old wives fables which tummy have served a good purpose but it Is too ridiculous for repetition There are other and better reasons why the cat and baby should not together than the vague unintelligible fear that the emit will suck the childs breath Medical Talk Beare the You Bought flignatureof IZ i 1 We are going to be more liberal ever in to users of Lion Not only will the cut from the packages be as heretofore for the we have given our customers but the same will entitle you to estimates in our Prize Contests which will make some of our patrons rich men and women You can send in as many estimates as desired There will be The first contest will be on the 4th at the St Louis Worlds Fair the second relates to Total Vote For to be cast Nov 1904 f2000000 will be in each of these contests making on the two and to make it still more interesting in to this amount we will give G t from Coffee 2 reg ular will tho 4th tho Chlcaeo the was nearest estimates Toledo Ohio Juno give first prize forthe correct the etc etc J350000Prize 10 Prizes 260 180O be be heard statement be of fondling them be superstition their play be left ttesol Wlnnlngo Dig casn prize Printed blanks to vote on found in every Lion Coffee Pack age The 2 cent stamp covers the expense of our acknowledgment to you that your esA s ti mute is recorded PRESIDENTIAL VOTE CONTEST What will be the total Popular Vote cast for President votes for all candidates combined at tho election November 8 19Q4 In 1900clevtl n 139596 people voted for President For nearest correct estimates received In Woolson Sjplco Cos otllco Toledo 0 on or before Nov 5 1904 wo will jrlvo first prize for tho nearest cor rect estimate second prize to the next ncacst etc etc as follows 1 First Prize 2600001 Second Prize 100000 2 Prizes S6OOOO cacti 100000 6 Prizes iiOOOO 100000 10 Prizes 10000 100000 20 Prizes 6000 100000 6O Prizes 2000 100000 260 Prizes 1000 260000 laoo Prizes 6OO1 000000 2130 PRIZES TOTAL S2OOOOOO r 4279 PRIZES 42791 Distributed to the Publicaggregating S4500000in addition to which we shall givi 5000 to Grocers Clerks see particulars in LION COFFEE cases making a grand total of 5000000 COMPLETE DETAILED PARTICULARS IN EVERY PACKAGE OF LION COFFEEWOOLSON SPICE CO CONTEST DEPT TOLEDO OHIO v A11 j 1 Ltiii 9 Correct Silverware Correctin character design and Workmanshipis as necessary as dainty china or fine linen if 011jj goodtaste I forks spoons and fancy pieces for table use will be correct if selected from goods stamped 11 SGrslO BrasIare International Silver Co Mirldin Conn n ODD BATTLE PLACES Men Have Miulc AVnr on Ice and Under the Knrtlin Surface Battles have been fought In many cu nails plains ranging from mountain peaks to setters from Ice llelds to des ert sands At the battle of Monterey In the Mexican Will the Americans were able to command the streets of thoclty with their artillery but they hind dltllculty In dislodging the Mexicans trout the houses so the city being built of stone or adobe In solid blocks of houses the Yankees broke through the walls from one house to another lighting and duly ing out the enemy so that the battle of Monterey was largely fought In doorsIn one of the battles of the wars of William the Silent for the Independence of the Netherlands the Spanish ships were frozen In on the Xuyder Hoe The Dutch came out on horseback over the Ice and attacked them This Is probably the only battle III which cavalry was ever used directly against ships Several other combats were fought between troops on the Ice In these wars cold on one occasion the Infantry is said to have worn skates The battle of Austerlltz was partly fought on a frozen lake anti when the allies were retreating across It the shot from the French artillery plunging Into the lee and breaking It up caused the death of thousands of Russians and AustriansOf many underground battles which have taken place In history the fiercest wins probably that of the siege of Haarlem In the Dutch wars The Spaniards mined mud the Dutch coun termined with equal Industry timid heI low the ground a llerce conflict raged- PVben tilt Versailles troops took Par- isI lifter tho commune they clinsed sonic of the coinninniat troops to the great sewers of the French capital where some desperate struggles took place Washington Tost Ladies and Children who cannot stand the shocking strain of laxative syrups and cathartic pills are especially fond of I Little Early Risers All persons who tint it necessary to take a liver medicine should try these easy pills and corn pare the agreeably pleasant and etren cthening effect with tho nauseating and weakening condition following the use of other remedies Little Early Risers cure bihonsnesiconsti pntion sick nendauho jaundice ma laria and liver troubles Sold by All Druggists THE ANGRY TREE Peculiar Antics of Thin CiirloNity of Plant Life There Is In tho wilds of northwestern Idiiho a species of the acacia tree wliijh In entitled to he classed as one of limei wonders of plant life It grows to II lulght of about eight feet and wln11 full grown closes Its leaves to goiluT in culls ouch day at sunset IntiI curls its twigs to the shape of pigtails After time tree hits settled Itself thus for a nights sleep If touched the whole thing will hitter as If agitated or 1m l1I lint at being disturbed Time of toner the foliage Is molested the more vlo lent becomes the shaking of the brimrhoH mud at length the tree emits a iiauseatltiK odor which If inhaled for a iv w moments causes a violent dizzy htMilaeheThe rr tree as it has beet named wits discovered by travelers who upon making comp for tho night placed cue end of a cniivas covering over ono of tlJl sensitive branches using It for a support Immediately tho tree begun to slurply Jerk Its branches The motion continued growing mora nervous until at list time sickening odor which it grave out drove the tired campers to III more friendly location Curiosity of course prompted an Investigation OTHI of the angry trees was dug up and thrown to ono side Immediately upon bring removed from time ground the tree opened its leaves Its twigs lost their pigtails and for something over mi hour and a half the out agt 1 hlilldlfll showed their Indlgnntlon by a series of makings which grew vcil 11 as time pHmrtl dually ceasing iiltcrither when the foliage hung llnr mil withered Tin next morning time ttC VMS plueetI uiiirht In the KIJ1II11 agnln Ii little water mans applied to tin roots ami very soon It resumed its normal condition Boston Globe OASrORXABears theiha Kind You Mara Always Bought Signaturo rt4 of 1L e N NON + + J Bank of Hardinsburgt I OFFICERS i iBV BRARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier e DIRECTORS S Morris Eskridge G W Heard LaCe Green C Vic Robertson B Pf Board J Dr A il Kincheloe D S Richardson Insured against loss by fire or burglary 1 t Interest paid on time deposits 00 N O e4G 00000 0 0 + c NNO The Breckinridge Bank Cloverport Ky Capital Stock 45100 Surplus 7000 Incorporated Organized in 1872 W II BOWMER President A H SKIILMAN Cashier DR F LIGHTFOOT Vlres CHAS B SKIl MAN AI6l Cashier Accounts of Firms Individuals mid Coruorations solicited Any business entrusted to us will receive prompt and careful attention Storage plnce for packages in our fireproof vault furnished our customers free NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS Interest paid on tine dep- ositslNINNNNNfNNNlINNM IIFirst IRVINGTON State KY Bank W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VicePresident- H H KEMPER Cashier Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited Interest Paid on Time Depo- sitsiNNNNsNNNsi s ss seNNNt oG THEftFifth Louisville PIKE CAMPBELL ceeeoeoo ILLINOIS cheap Louisville Only running through 2 Personally Conducted Ex eurslon Sleepers Louisville CALIFORNIA NEW MEXICO AHIONA TEXAS oG only mi i from parts iiJ f =t i e 3A Very one way rates to e 1904 5550 8 CI April 22 to May I a Line 0 6 to and 0 a- i ndII I ZIBESTFor Ioldlrs 11111 1IlSIrlpU V 11 Iof Lands In tliu South anil or A address I F W H aaagt0The+ ++ 4+ + N- tIIIDAN ii Io CENTRAL t N 0 k l i lllr llfl v r y New fe J D 6 m A BLESSING TO HUMANITY The New Juaker folding bnth Cabinet tires rheumatism lagrippe kidney troubt es blood sad skin diseases aches and pains lumbago and prevents diseases of ill kinds Baths are taken before retiring leo page book telling how to use it free Veihs about 10 pounds Folds flat iu 1 inch space 41 x 27 inches 30 inches deep arge enough for person weighing loss than 13o pounds Regular price 7 by special rranguiuent we can fill orders for IEv ryone should have one of these cnbinets drcssCablnet CoBox 3DCloerpor1Ky How Many Feathers on a Rooster I i4 if K V n y a lrNasal CATARRHIn Elys Cream Balm1 tisanes eoothes and heals the diseased membrane Itcures catarrh and drives tway a cold in the head flulcklr Cream Balmi placed Into the nostrils eprcada fiver the membrane and la absorbed Relief it 1Im mediate and a cure follows It IIt not drying doca Sot produce sneezing Large Size CO cents at Drug gists or by mall Trial Size 10 cdbts ELY BnOTHEKS M Warren Street New York u BRECKENRIDGE NEWSJ- NO D and V G BAB AGE Editor end Proprietors Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year or 125 if paid at the end of year CARDS OF THANKS over five lines chargej or At the rate of 10 rents per line OBITUARIES charged for at the rato of 5 Cents per line Money In advance Examlnn the lahol on your paper If It Is j not correct ulcuso notify us When ordering n change In tho add subscribers should give their old as wellse the new address EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY MAY 4 1001 Politicians and sports are rnnning things in Louisville this week Politicians never take the initia tive They await developments If yon are a good roads man and want to do something for the cause go to Hardinslmrg next Monday say a good word for the new movement rThere is only one thing lacking at the St Louis Fair to make it a complete success and that is the presence of Mrs Wlggs of the Cabbage Paten WeI dont understand how Arthur Ford missed this- Chairman Allie W Young has call ed a meeting of the Democratic State Executive Committee for May 0 at Lexington to fix the date of the state convention to select delegates to the national convention If Gov Taft shouldhappen to be sent to Brandenburg to take command of the Ohio river forces the first thing he would do would be to bund a good road from Weldon to that town His experience in the Philippines was that good roads did more to civilize that country than any other thing The idea of riding over a road like the One from Weldon to Brandenonrg the great metropolis of Meade county is a disgrace and a shame to any community of civilized people Our guessing contest closed last Saturday with a big round up of guesses We hope all of our guessers will strike n good prize One good thing brings on another and those who failed to guess in that contest can have a chance now in a much bigger one An event in the history of this coun try in warn ovary man woman and child is interested or should be It is the Presidential election It comes off the nth day of November The nearest guess to the number of total votes cast in that election seta a onsh prize of 10000 second nenrest 5000 third 1000 and eight special prizes of X500 each for early guesses If dont cost you a cent extra to guess For every dollar quid ou subscrip tion entitles you to a guess Send your 1mud yonr guess right in No other paper Iin this section oilers you such a chance for a stint fortune Ilaswell Defeated At the Republican ironventiou at Shepherds ville onday JW Lewis and H Frank Trontman wore chosen as delegates to the national convention from the Fourth district Jno P Has well Jr of this county was de feated by a very small majority Chas McCracken was up from Owens boro Sunday We are TheSole Agents HARDINSBURG r Codys photograph gallery south side courthouse square I will make yon2 doz photos for 25o at Brick Hotel next weekW J Mattingly I will be in Hardinsbnrg at Brick Hotel from MayT SU to 14 It yon want photographs ot anv kind give me a onlJW J Mattingly FairleighSackett Mr and Mrs William Sackett announce the engagement of their daughter Mis H Eatelle Saokett to Mr George Du Relle Fairleigh On account of a recent bereavement in the family the marriage will be very quietly solemnized at the home of the bride SM30 Third avenue It will take place on the evening of June 8 nt 0 oclock and the only at tendents will be the maid of honor Miss Annie Hodgson Long and the best man Mr A Huston Fairleigh a brother of the groom The ceremony will be performed by the Rev Dr Heverdy Estill rector of St Pauls Episcopal church Mr Fairleigh is the son of Mr D W Fairleigh Tuesdays Courier JournalMr is a nephew of Mrs J D Babbage ofthis city and has many acquaintances here There is more Catarrh in this sea tion of the country than all other dis eases put together and until the last few years was supposed to be incur able For a great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease and pre scribed local remedies and by constant ly failing to cure with local treat ment pronounced it incurable Science has proven catarrh to bo a constitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured tyI F J Cheney Cc Toledo Ohio la the only constitutional cure on the I market It is taken internally In doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system They offer oue hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure Send for circulars andI testimonialsAddress CHENEY CO Tolett 1 do Ohio Sold by Druggists 75o Take Halls Family Pills for consti pationMuch 1 t Tobacco Delivered More tobacco was delivered here lust week than during tiny week this year The local buyers Jno Phelon J D Brashear and R B Pierce t receiving nearly 400 loads Mr Brashear alone received nearly a hundred loads Wednesday Worlds Fair Opens The Louisiana Purchase Exposition at St Louis Was formally opened Saturday I with simple ceremonies and- over 1 200000 people enterei the grounds Spring Medicine There is no other season when good medicine is so much needed as in the Spring The blood is impure weak and impoverished a condition indicated by pimplos and other eruptions on the taco and body by deficient vitality loss of appetite lack of strength and want of animation Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Make the blood pure vigorous and rich create appetite give vitality strength and animation and cure all eruptions Have the whole family begin to take thorn today Hoods Sarsaparllla has been used In our family for some time and always with good results Last sprlne I was all run down and got a bottlo of It and as usual received great benefit Miss BEULAH DOYCE Stowe Vt Hoods Sarsaparilla promises to euro and keeps tho promise PATFSVILLE Miss Anna Lynch of near Victoria was in town Saturday- Dr J C Bush will be in Hardins burg Monday May 0 for one week Mr and Mrs Jesse Marlowe will leave very shortly for West Virginia- Dr J C Bush will be in Hardins burg Monday May 0 for oue week Messrs Marvin Baker and W J Fawver were in Cloverport Saturday on businessRev tilled his regular appointment at the Baptist church Sat urday ant Sunday Mrs Thos Shaw and children have moved into the house with her moth er Mrs N Starks Sr Misses Ethie Sipp Pearl Basham and Thomas Sapp of Dukes attended the baptising here Saturday Tne baptising last Satm day after nooa was largely attended There were twelve who were baptised- M V Marlnw with a party of other men left Tuesday for Bold Springs Tenn to work in timber The pen pie here are looking for them oack any day for it is rumored that the timber has already been culled over Cured Ills Mother of Rheumatism liMy mother has been a sutterer for many years with rheumatism says W H Howard of Husband PaIIAt times she was unable to move at all wnile at times walking was painful I presented her with a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm and after a few applications she deciaed it was the most wonderful pain reliever she had ever tried in fact she ia never without it now and is at all times able to wally An occasional application of Pain Balm keeps away the pain that she was formerly troubled with For sale by Short 8s Haynes Makes First Run The foundry at the Cloverport Machine Foundry companys plant made its first run last week The plant tree been enlarged and a new boiler installed i Thinking of Buying i Horse If you are thinking of buying a horso I want you to toll me The reason I want you to toll mo f1iiaia because I have horses to sell If you buy II horse from mo you will be satisfied Horses I sell are just what I say they areJJWhen you want to buy a horse could to mo I have the kind you want I believe I have not I can get hint tl If you have a friend who is thinking of buying a horse send me his name please VIC ROBERTSON Hardinsburg Ky I i T Another Great Profit Shar= ing Contest for our Peoplel 25 000in 500 Cash Prizes 1st Prize 10000 2nd 5000 3rd 1000 J Guess at the Total Popular Vote to be cast Presidential in the November election One guess free with every dollar for the News r- Ail the particulars will be given in detail in next weeks News J 8 Special Prizes of 500 Each fort Early EstimatesSend Guesses Quick eooeerI m H n How many feathers on a rooster w=a 7ill ANOTHER GOOD TIME 11- Is in store for you at i ourWW =I n 1111 M Big Ice Cream Supper and 1 BaII L ir ifl At our new store house at Mattingly on I I Saturday and Saturday Night May 21 1 a i Aprilim second big ball of the season W N PATE SON KyUtt m i 7 500000 Building and Paving Brick For Sale at Rockbottom prices Call on or address at Cloverport Ky Charles BohlerL 1000000 for Guess JJfIIW1TIj11jUNiIIiiIIWIMI WNf IISEWINGI MACHINES I The Falls City Sewing Machine It is an entirely new model manufactured and guaranteed by a company having the highest re putation for firstclass and an experience of nearly thirtyfive years during which time it has turned out more than one million machines We sell you a machine on the installment plan You can pay part down and the balance in weekly or monthly installments It is a high arm drop head machine + + 1 1 for office paid a I work Prices f 15 20 J 1and11rf r i s I BABBAGE SON CloverportI I Jy i IIII- a i i = S A HAPPY HOME Is one where health abounds cannotbeWith a disordered LIVER the cannot be good blood Tutts Pills revivify the torpid LIVER and restore Its natural action A healthy LIVER means pure- blood Pure blood means health r Health means happiness = Take no Substitute All Druggists i J The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY MAY 4 1901t Butter beans 5 cents a pound nt BrownsChristian Gleine spent Thursday in Owensboro IIDry salt meat 7 cents a pound nt Browns f lW RRels spent last Wednesday in Owensboro + itPure bog lard at 10 cents a pound at Browns R J Tindle of Dukes wont to i Louisville Sunday A square meal for 25 cents nt the English Kitchen Wallace Fierce was down from Louisville Sunday Three cans early Juno peas for 25 cents nt Browns F D Whiteneott returned yesterday to Greenwood Ind Fresh Dread and cakes every day nt the English Kitchen The genuine Matta Jj tooth cal rivator 325 at Browns I sell good bats cnonper than any one I know Judith Miller If you want to save 25 per cent on J shoes buy them from Brown f fSeven bars good laundry soap for 0 25 cents at the English Kitchen T J De la Hunt of Cannelton was here Thursday and Saturday Jumbo pickles extra tine 10 cents a dozen at the English Kitchen Wanted to buy a good fresh inilch It cow fur cash at the English Kitchen Capt John Newton of Fordsville A is was here Monday delivering tobacco Miss Hattie Sterett of Skillman was the guest of relatives here Inst week Mrs Wm Preston and children I went to Lewl port Saturday for a visit Two cans California peaches very tine for 35 cents at the English Kitchen I Mrs J T Dnniels returned Satur- dayI from a visit to relatives at Hiiwesville I Mrs Henry Duncan trod MrsT H Rowland spent Wednesday and Thurs day in Louisville I Albert Solbrig who has just recovered from a severe illness came down from Louisville last ween Miss Roberta MfGavock returned Thursday from a visit to her sister Mrs Clarence Baker nt Hawesville A sign painter did some work lastJJ I week at 0 W Hnmmnns barber shop and M F Pophains restnrnnt T B Young ot Morganfielu wasII I I the guest of his daughter Mrs 0 B Skillman Wednesday and Thursday Mrs Clarence Baker canine up from Hnwesville Thursday to visit her par Mr and Mrs Robt Alo Qavock l lents town I Inear cents 7 Eight cents a pound i- so I 0what a young woman paid for twelve pounds of flesh J She was thin and weakand Ii 1 paid one dollar for a bottle ofcc Scotts Emulsion and by tak j 1 ing regularI doses 1 had gained l twelve pounds in weight before the bottle was finished f Eight cents a pound is J r cheap for such valuable ma J terial Some pay more some i less some get nothing for 1 their money You get your 1 moneys worth when you buyJJ Scotts Emulsion We will send you a little + free 1 SCOTT BOWNE CHEMISTS 409 Pearl Street New York J SOC and 1005 all druggists f A 4 S R McCracKen was in l aturday1to Three caps Polks corn for 25 cen it Brown ceutBrownBjiv toBacon axtiaasmoketi 10 cents a ponnd at Browns All the new braids in straw stylish y trimmedJudith Miller The genuine Matta double shoe plow 2 CO at Browns Nice new lot of stylish hats ja- receivedJudith st Miller Oranges lemons bananas and apples at the English Kitchen Hurry Hurry If you want to catch scheme No 5 Edward Gregory Try a drink of Brnnno for that tired feeling at the English Kitchen You can get your wall paper pnt on right by calling on T F Sawyer Ellis Jones of Louisville was the guest of Miss Mabel Morrison Sunday Last years hats stylishly retrlm inel for a moderate cost Judith Mil lerIf yon need wall paper bargains can he had at T F Sawyers selling out 82 interesting features in the May Munsey now rendyJ D Bab bA ge Mrs JE Keith was ut Elizabelhtov- last I week the guest of her son C K KeithVery stylish new hats in straw especially received last week Judith J MillerS large line sweet stories inI J Leslies for May ndw ready J D J BabbageFrank 14Bod was up from Owens boro Sunday the guest of Dr and Mis R L Newsom Colliers Weekly has a great story about the Fair uow rtady J D BabbageThe hats received last week are just the thing stylish new Judith Miller G G Wine was here Monday the gnest of relatives while on his WilY t3 Ashland Ky Send for wall paper samples I sellI wall paper every wnere go anywhere Edward Gregory Chris Kleinejand little Miss Katiei Wroe went over to Rocrfvale Saturday- to visit relatives Tar water delivered in Cloverport once a week for 30 cents per gallon J D Babbage Jr Come to my shop and see tho beautiful and stylish hats I received last weekJudith Miller May Ladies Home Journal has GO pages of interesting stuff for women now rAndyJ D Babbage No business of importance was I transacted by the city council at its regular meeting Monday night The WnrLord of the East etoau iillustrated feature of May Metropolitan now ready J D Babbage Everybodys magazine for May JO strong features plenty of sunshine now readyJ D Banbage The braids in the new straw hats received last week are beautiful Come to see themJudith Miller Bends and Bead Loom outfitslearn- to make Indian bead work and make heap big money Edward Gregory Rev P L King preached at the Methodist church last evening and J M Ragsdale of Louisville conducted the choir Selling out the largest stock of wall piper ever brought to this city at prices that will close it out quickly T F Sawyer- A new serial by George Madden Martin author IfIIEmmy Lou be gins IIn May McClnreB now ready J D Babbage M rs W H Bowmer and daughter Miss Marlon wentto Louisville last Wednesday for a short visit to Mrs John Bnrk J The condition of Geo Wendelken who was operated on for appendicitis at Louisville last week is reported to beimprovedFrcm o to German RIdgeii Typhoplty to Lick iKkillet they arejj sending for scheme No liHI tell you Its great Edward Gregory Mrs A C Sheldon was called to Cannel ton Sunday to attend the bedside of her cousin Mies Daisy BoultI Inghouse who is critically illJJ Father A Meyerlng of Browns Valley and Father Geo Conner of Owensboro were the guests of Father Brey Wednesday and Thursday Chas Hook went to Tell City Fri day and returned with his little daughter Ruby Hayms Hook who was the guest of T P Hermann Farmers 20 rolls of wall paper walls ceiling and border and the Louisville Weekly Herald all for SI 25 Edward Gregory Cloverport Ky J Sunday Excursion rates season 1104 Until further notice tickets will beI sold on Sunday between Cloverport and all local ponts at one faro lorI round trip mlmimnm 25 cents except tol Louisville West Point lrvington Hawesville Owensboro Henderson and Evanevtlle which will be one fare plus 25 cents for round tripIi 4 lR L NewsomsEE- to COLUMN h h =I One Plano Harvester with self Binder In good running order Call for a ba- rgalnR IL Newsom a elNGw my friends I advise you not tread the following list if you expect to temptation1 some of the bargains offered I shall take pleasure in driving you around and showing you the city property 000No1000No fXI1 MXNo500NoO5tNoI MXNo400No300NoI I BOONou TOONo275No350No250NostreetNU220No 0X200No2200No1 175NoNo 3J Lot and house Chestnut street 125 75No150Noe75No100n75No3j75NotlLots12Ct 150No250Noa3NoxJ150NotwoNo421 liOONo300Nu200I275No48300No400No375NoNo50 Oneacruandstonequarryon 25 ORDER BY NUMBER I also have an Austin Stone powerEclipsowill dispcso 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 und can be set to crush it into dust Engine power sulliciont to run a saw mill Come to R L Nowsom if you want Deeds Mortgages Agree upinliternryformpapers fore any legal tribunal He also acts as Notary Public countyAttention out and certifying of Pension Certificates HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Round trip bonie seekers excursions to West and Southwest first and third Tuesdays each month at greatly reduced rates One way second class colonist tickets to South and Southeast fin t and third Tuesdays each mouth at reduced rates One way second class colonist tickets to West nUll Southwest first nUll third Tuesdays each mouth nt 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 J0 and September 15 to October 15 1904 inclusive Reduced rates The following rates Cloverport to St Louis and return account of Worlds Fair will be made Season tickets to be sold daily com mencing April 25 with final return li mit Dec 1510041135 Sixty lay tickets to be sold daily commencing April 25 limited 60 days from date of sale 9 60 Special coach excursions dates of which will be announced later limited to return 0 days from date of sale 16 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 sale Sunday notinoluded in the 3 days limit Ten days tickets to be sold daily com mencing April 25 limited 10 days from date of sale 039- Tobacco Growers Lose The United States Senate refused to report the GainesYerkes billremoving the 6 cents a pound tax on leaf tobacco clamming that tobacco manufacturers hall protested and they did not wish to act hastily in a measure which might injure the manufacturing interest Some claim that the farmers of the country have not lost much if the bill did not get through both houses of congress claiming that few farmers will ever prepare their tobacco themselves for the consumer but will continue to market it as at present Geo Weatherholt and Jesse Keys rwere in Louisville Saturdayf i i 11 tiIt I Writs 1 fr o ooAdvertisements Inserted under this head at ono coot a word per week =Cm n WANTED ofTTSnyderilawesvllle FOR SALE PRINT1NO Presser and Cuttlllt mnrhine muchlneAlsollnsulluEnglnus31111TIN StreetLouisvilleCOKSALEIlarred Ilymuutli Hock Eitgs stork Eggs jlPUprr15ttniitallallor1erptI Send me an lCoxLOST OVERCOAT I p111glureruuWolfsmo and be rewarded Dr 11 TMIIner 1atis v111rICYw TOMATO ILANT Fun SALE Tomato plants I5r per dozen or hrrMrs llIMeroeclty uFOIL SALE urIfrom tip to tip All right every troy For further particulars write Clms 1lIhlIIII Til r ForA Ky Uh WANTEDAOENT- AXANTED Several persons of character tourInl lIshllsS1I0usIl stlllllllllFutllryI payablefuolllce Hurst and carriage furnishedI when solflIdIIrossed born street Chicago BEWLEYV1LLE Rev Hyues preached a fine sermon SundRY Corn planting is the order of the day along agricultural Hues Will Brown of near Guston has been quite ill for sometime Old friends greeted Mrs L A Foote Sunday with genuine esteem Miss Minnie Stith is in Irvington to be the guest of Miss Willa Drury lIon and Mrs Charles Stanford are spending several days in Louisville The school here taught by Miss Ina McCoy is giving general satisfaction Mrs Georgia Shelly and Mrs Hettie ilcCans of Columbia are gusts of Mr and Mrs Alonzo Bennett Mrs Alice Bennett with her little daughter Sadie of High Plains visited her sisters at Mr Bennetts Sunday Thos J Jclley was in Irvington Friday afternoon to meet the Committee on program for tho County SS Con vention to be held at Cloverport in early summer Mr and Mrs Z T Stith have estab lished themselves in the rear of their house This may be convenient for them but is somewhat inconvenient to the neighbors llr Joseph PoiuinviJlo of Still waterMmn utter having spent over 2000 with the doctors for stomach trouble without relief was nd vised by his druggist Mr Alex Richard to try a box of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets He did so and is a well man today If troubled with Indigestion bad taste in the month lack of aupetiie or constipation give those Tablets n triaj and you are cur thin to be more than plunged with the result For rale nt 25 cents per box by Short Haynes FRYMIRE Mrs Dick Smith is mile Walter Barger is very sick Misses Mary and Bettye Mercer spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Gertie AllenMiss G ertie Seigler nnd Master Earl Graham visited Mrs S W Bassett Wednesday Mr and Mrs Buck Norton visited her mother Sunday Mrs Dan Basin ger who is very ill Measles sore throat and scarlet fey er are interfering with the spring school at Stony Point Mrs J W Barr nnd Miss Gertrude Allen enjoyed the hospitality of the Ad kis on home near Webster Thursday Milton Adklsson is putting a tele phone box in his home lIe connects with the Brandenburg and Rhode ia Special William Johnson is at present in Florida prospecting in horticulture Ills intentions ate to increase the size of his lemons Mr Campbell our new neighbor hap pened to an accident last week His horse stumbled and fell with him but he was not seriously injured First Big Land Battle After five days fighting the Japan ese nrniy on Sunday crossed the Yalu river and drove the Russians from Chin Tien Chang and the heights on the right bank of the Iho river which enters the Yalu trout the north almost opposite Win The loss on both sides was 1500 killed and wounded Ihe Japanese losses were 700 killed and wounded and the Russians ever 800 men The Japanese also captured a number of officers and many amen of the Russian army Many guns were cnpy tured during a magnificent infantrf charge of the Japs with a frontage o four miles MSS Elizabeth Jarboe was in Louis villeSaturday last week t R t1 1W 1l 9ANhIIMIV Wj- l Ijl Summer goods for menT- he weather now makes one feel like the warm days are here at last We are prepared to supply your wants Last week we told the gentlemen we have a good line of summer wearing apparel Lest it was overlooked we repeat this week Shirts collars and cuffs Neckwear Handkerchiefs Socksfancy and plain Straw hats Underwear Suspenders Shoes tans patentsvici kids Newest and latest shapes Lots of other items usually needed to complete the outfit J C NOLTE 6 BROMASONIC TEMPL- ECLOVERPORT KY f J Ca IGRANDVIEW r J 7 Going to the Worlds Fair at ST1LOUIS 7777s USE THE HENDERSONROUTE THE LINE THAT IS COMFORTABLE BE YOND A DOUBT Free Reclining Chair Cars Official Route ForI KentucklansI to ST LOUIS Ask for RatesIL J IRWIN General Passenger Agent GEO L GARRET Traveling Passenger Agent Louisville KyILVLW- I I jjit rii I j j linjj- ft It Mixed Paints 65c to 1 per gal W Roof Paints 25c to 50c per galfjf I Mail Orders Solicited k- j 1 j == = r = === W S H McCrixcken j M Phono 413 Cloverport Ky X Jt 7 ffi I JOHN S OULLEY I M j M jSii j I 7 Z7Z7 I TheHenderson Route pay car was I here Wednesday afternoon i CADICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR For sale at your grocers When you bake with it you will find it goes further than most flours You will find its quality away above the average You will find none as good as Cadicks Gold Dust Flour for your ease A trial barrel proves it MILLIONS- Of Pricks For Sale Good Grades and Low Prices CALL ON J D GREGORY Cloverport Kentucky V G BABBAGE Attorney at Law PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR Many years oxporionco in set tling estates All collections rate onnblo Cloverport Kcittticlj Sommers to Work for Hearst 11 A Sommers owner und editor of the Elxnbtthtown Vows HUB been chosen to manage time campaign of William Kandolph Hearst hi Ken tacky III hianearsts effort to have the delegation from this State to tho Democratic National Convention in street for him for tne irosideutiiil nomination Louisville Herald Hester Francis Roberts Dead IrvinKton IKyMay iiJpeoial Hester Frauds Roberta diet Saturday after n severe illness of several weokH of meningitis Her remains were iu terred in the Lntliolio cemetery at Mt Merino church Sunday atterndon Father Zooller onlciating Mrs Eliza Kurtz Dead Mrs Eliza Wood Kurtz died at Oakland CuI April 11 aged eighty eight years She was the mint of Mr J M Kurtz of Ceoilian firs Bell and George Kurtz of Ureckunrldge county anti Miss Bottle Kurtz of Elizitbethtown Meade County Messenger Morning Star On the Ways The John W Thomas hue boon substituted for the Morning Star The Star is on the ways having her wheels repaired She will be back ut her old run In about a week Mrs lige Do well Dead Unrrett Ky May 8Special Mrs Ligo Dowoll died last Tnesday and wns buried at Buck Grove Wednesday She leaves a husband and eight children besides other relatives To Operate Distillery- L E hnpin will start up his distil lery this week The distillery is be tween this city anti Ilardtnsburg on time Hardiusburg pike It has not been in operation for some time M f The Breckenridge News u u WEDNESDAY MAY 4i 1004 EXPECT BIG CROWD Those interested in the American Society of Equity expect big crowd to be at Hardinsburg on next Monday tc meet the lIon II B Sherman of Indianapolis Mr Sherman will spenk in the courthouse at 2 oclock in the after noon and will then organize a locall union of the Society at Hardiniburg m announced iu the News last week It is urged that farmers and businees men especially attend this meeting It will Wall repay every farmer in Brecken ritlgi county logo to Ilardinsburg or this dayand heartome enlightened view on uptodate farmiuiK nsis proposed by the American Society of Equity Mr Sherman is an excellent speAker and his talks are always appreciated Mr Sherman had the following ap pointments in Western Kentucky the past week Yednesdav at Hickuian Friday Murray Saturday Madisonvllle at night Slnughtersville Monday Cal houu at night Sacremento Today Mr Sherman will he at Hodenville and then after filling two more appoint ments in that section he goes to Hard insburg Cures Kidney and Bladder Troubles Deep- S= ated Cases Aching Back Mucuus Discharger Etc For old obstinate deepseated Kid ney Bladder and Urinary diseases take n bottle of Botanic Kidney Speci fic If you have agonizing pains in back swollen legs or abdomen dis charges from the uretha neuralgia of the bladder burning sensation or diffi culty in passing water also a frequent desire or even involuntary discharges of the urine Catarrh of the bladder stone Brights disease disagreeable ode of the urine scanty and hign colored your kidneys and bladder are diseased Take Botanic Kidney Speci fic Soon all the syptoms disappear discharges cease aches in the back dis appear The burning sensation stops and a perfect cure is guaranteed Botanic Kidney Specific gives strength power and health to the kidneys Acts directly on the uric acid and dissolves and destroys it Plea nt to the taste Especially advised for chronic cases that rests all other treatment 1 per large bottle at my store or by express Call or write A R Fisher Cloverort Ky A Ierfcct Noble Nothing Is more rare than a really perfect nose that Is ono which unites harmony of form correctness of pro portion anti proper alllnlty with the other features The following are according to tho rules of art the conditions requisite to tho beauty of this organ The nose should have the same length as the forehead and have a slight do preuloti At Its root From its root to its extremity it should follow a per fectly straight line and como exactly over the center of tbe tipper lip The brhlgo of the nose parallel on both Bklos should bo a little wider in the center The tip should bo neither too thin nor too HoHhy and Its lower out hue neither narrow nor too wide The lobes trust be gracefully defined by a slight depression Seen sideways the lowest part of the nose will have but n third of Its total length Irnnra hall Worth Fortuncx London playgoers often grumble at the mere slips of paper sometimes sold for ns much as sixponce that consti tute tho programmes of must of the theaters In the great city but from the tlioatrltw feppculiUors point of view those same printed shouts form n most valuable ASHot It Is cwtlwuted that 80000 worth of advertisements alone I appear every your on thes programmes tilld that a gross profit of quite f+0000 a your in maUe out of the aggregate lot of programmes In many cases stuns Of from flsk to 11010 are paid for the right to farm out toe programmes Lou oll ilobo The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There Iis a disease prevailing In this country most dangerous because so decep tive deaths itheart many are suddenII pneumonia heart failure or apoplexy are often the result of kidney disease If kidney trouble is al lowed to advance th- ekidneypoisonedI blood will attack the vital organs or the gooneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell Bladder troubles most always result from a derangement of the kidneys and a cure is obtained quickest by a proper treatment of the kidneys If you are feeling badly you can make no mistake by taking Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver and bladder remedy It corrects Inability to hold urine and scald- Ing pain In pasting it and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the extraordinary effect of SwampRootI IIs soon realized It stands the highest for Its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases SwampRoot pleasant to take and sold by all druggists in fiftycent and onedollar sized bottles You may Pr IV have a sample bottle of this wonderful new die covery and a book thatmtells all about it both Homo or swum pitoot sent free by nail Address Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y When writing mention reading this generous offer in this paper Dontrnakeany mistake hut romem ber tho name SwampRoot Dr Klllmers Swamp lWot and the address Binghamton N Y on every bottle I NEW YORK STREETS HOW SOME OF THE OLD ONES GAINED THEIR NAMES Trinity Church Unit Mare o Do wilt HcNtovrlnB Them Tliiin All Ullie AutliorlllcN Conililnoil The HIMIMIII llroiiiltvny Killed lltiilMon Street The churvhwnnleni of old Trinity church bai more to do with nainln the streets iu the lower part of old New York than all other authorities cons blued To be sure the quaint bttrgf muster before the first Trinity church was built after hearing the pros AIM cons of landowner found mimes for many struts BlKnlttruKt of certain es tnnlifhed facts for Btreetn mud byways below Maiden lane on the easterly side of the lleere struat afterward channel to treat George street In honor ol King George by the authorities ol Trinity Then our patriots IIgnored tile name AIM called it Hlooinlngilnle road and then than Broad way HlmpllflcH Into Broadway The present Trinity church nt the head of Wall street Is the third edlflct of thAt name tho two preceding structures erected upon the same ground having been burned but the llrst was one of the llrst churches erected In this city and Trinity has always been the wealthiest corporation patronized by the richest and most Iniluentlnl families for ages The churchwardens of this church hind their own way about nam ing the streets from the church to what Is now Twentythird street west of Broadway along the Hudson riverfront because they owned that Im mense property In the olden time Queen Anne of England owned what was known na the Queens farm which covered the land commencing at St Pauls church amid extending to what Is now Twenty third street bounded by Broadway on the cast and the Hudson river on the west Vestry street was so styled by Trin ity because the church had a vestry In that street between Hudson and Greenwich streets Church street was so jnlled because It bounded the west side of St Pauls churchyard Rector street was honored by the residence of the rector of Trinity Barclay and Ye ey streets were named after two cler g men of the church Trinitys olllcers determined that tho naln artery of the city should run throughh its laud and grounded In their belief In their ability to carry out their Intention Hudson street was laid out St Johns park and many other Im provements wore offered as Induce nents to purchasers of land and St JJohns chapel was erected and finished In ISOJt one of the handsomest pieces ot church architecture In the city Lrlnlty courted without an expression of the majority of the people and fall tillu its endeavor The arrogance of the church fretted the good people and snore to spite the hurchwardiiif than because Broad ray was nearer the center of the city Sroadway acquired the preference amid he glory of Hudson street departed lever to return It has been remarked that the streets lAid out by Trinity on the farm are all terfectly straight while ninny III the over part of the city are wonderfully crooked The explanation of this lies In the fact that scarcely a small hill xlsted on the farm while below there rooked lanes and byways to say noth- Ing of cow paths were turned Into treets which run In devious ways round hills valleys mid swamps lany streets were named after the awes of property adjacent to or brought which the ways were laid Moore street was originally the line of the first wharf erected In the city talonol Moore was formerly q large artier of time lots when first built upon John street was named titter John larpendlng who resided In Broadway old John street when tlrst laid out massed through his pardon Cortlnmlt Joy and Bookman streets were carried hrough the property of the men after whom they were named Ann street vns named after Ann Beekman Van lewater Itoosevelt Hutgers Gouver IIlenr Harrison Llspcmml Bayard Do aneey lllvington and Wlllott streets weal so designated because they pass d through tIme property of people bear UK these names Hester street was tinned after ono of the Bayard family and Catharine after Catharine Itutgors Henry street was mined after n son of the Hutgers faui IIly and Jacob street bounded the Jae cob Lelnlur estate Frankfort street was also A boundary of the same es ate Lclaler was u native of Frank turt James street was named after n noiuber of tho Do Lancjy family os- wu also Oliver street Batavia lane ran HO called because the Itoosovelt state through which this street was iub was called New Batavia Division street WAS originally the dt Islon Him between tho Do Lancoy and tutgers farms Leonard street was mined after one of tho LIsponardg IIUll Orchard street was cut through the orchard of the Do Lancey farm iherlir street was called after Sheriff Vlllett through whose estate it was carried Mangle and Goerck streets were named after the two city survey orR who laid out tho river line Time first mayorof New York after tile Revolution a true patriot was fames Dunne who was honored by tho mining of Dunne street after him Kim Orange aunt Mulberry streets were laid out through public property In the vicinity of tho Collect pond and owe their names to tile peculiarities hey suggest Cherry street wits orlgi ally run through the road by the sherry trees nUll named accordingly New Yorlc Herald Rogues differ little Each began as a dIsobedient BonMulnese Proverb r THE DESPISED TOAD POPULAR HATRED OF THE ANIMAL IIS OF GREAT ANTIQUITY 11In11 tlittiM Lore the Lncotith mill Hlinpcn Creature 1InjM Xo Sinnl Inrt The Belief In Tumi StoncM The unfortuijate tond tins from time Immomorlul been an object of distrust and aversion especially among tit conimon peoile A pleasing title rUll8 that a gentleman walking along a country lane came suddenly upon i1 vlllngq buy belaboring tho crushed body of u tool with H heavy stick and exclaiming lit ouch blow Ill larn 0 to be a toad whereat time Indlgnan newcomer seizing the miscreant bj his collar vigorously applied a cane to his legs remarking Ill lava you to be n boy rile popular hatred ol the toad indeed Is of such antUpilt and Is still so generall as to sewn iu I eradicable That the creature is net dangeiously poisonous It Is hopoluss to attempt to convince the ordinary rustic Doubtless this belief has Its origin in the acrid secretion which tin toad has time power of emitting when disturbed or annoyed unduly and which will cause u dog that has In cautiously picked up a toad to foam at the mouth Again the uncouth ap pearance of the creature humus had much to do with the feeling of repulsion with which It has always been regard ed Squat like a toad Is the phrase by which Milton describes the evil one essaying to reach tho ear of Eve Superstition in truth has laid a firm hold on the toads misshapen figure Time belief not only In the existence of toad stones but in their clilcacy as- a sovereign remedy for certain Ills which is still common in parts of the country Is of very ancient date There IsI to be found In the heads of old nnd great toads says Feuton writing In 15G9 a stone they call borax or stolon which being used as rings gives forewarning of venom In the Londesborough collection Is a silver ring of the fifteenth century in which one of these toad stones Is set They were supposed always to bear m their surface a figure resembling a toad being somewhat similar trinkets oue may imagine to tho scnrnUus0- 1ll1l1llellt of time Egyptians Another early writer remarks A toad stone called crepnndla touching any part nvenomed by the bite of rut wasp spider or other venomous beast ceases tho pain anti swelling thereof It was bettered that when brought near to poison tho stone sweated and chang itl color thus conveying to Its wear ers a timely warning of danger It Is to these peculiar amulets that Shakespeare is supposed to refer In As You Like It Sweet are the uses of adversity Which like the toad ugly and venomous IV ears yet a precious jewel In his head Is it not probable however that the poet being a poet Is here alluding to the eye of the toad an object as all who fur really familiar with the ape oiirunce of this bumble batrachlan ivlll agree that which there are few pore beautiful in nature Perhaps the most familiar superstl lon In regard to toads Is that still rife vhlch supposes them capable of exlst ng for an Indefinite period In time lute lee of rocks stones or hermetically onkil cavities1 Numberless niitheu IIc Instances of this remarkable lOW- er have been bruight forward from lane to time Time following exam Illu from an old book Is typical In- li1l3 Mr George AVllson n mason met with a toad which he wantonly Im nured In a stone wall that he was hen building In the middle of the roll he mode n close cell of lime mud tone just lIt for the mngnltude of Its Jody and seeminglyI so plastered as to revcnt the admission of air In 1809 Ixtven yours afterward It wits found eccssnry to open a gap In this wall for a passage of carts when the poor rcaturo was found alive In Its strong mold Jt seemed at first In a very toy Ihl state limit It soon recovered anlma lon and activity and as if sensible the blessings of freedom made Us ofII to a collection of stones mud disappear cd It Is knovn that toads can exist ur a long time without food and It Is enemlly believed that they live to a treat age and doubtless these two pc ullaritles have had mulch to do with the superstition in regard to their sup osed penchant for a hermits life The ullacy however was completely ex oxed by Dean Buckland father of llI1nk Buckland the great naturalist who went to the trouble of testing the Ixhllustjvo11CIP81 Ivod tho Incarceration In legendary us In superstitious lore the toad plays no small putt It may hot be generally known that the Hour leOls of France was originally in shape aI toad Thus at least runs the talc Clovis king of Franco bore on his ban ler the device of three toads or bates as they were culled in old French Ills laptlsin gave great umbrage to tho ArN ins who rebelled und assembled n huge host against him under King nndat Clovis while on his way to iiect the heretics was granted a vision wherein he saw In tho heavens his do vice of three toady miraculously cluing Cd Into three lilies or on a banner man Such n banner ho caused In tantly to be mule calling it his llf ambe =London Gl- obeCASTOR IAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears th- et3lgnre of 1 TABLE TALK OVER THE COFFEE- The talk that evening began with the fad of the 1 Vegetarians and their beliefs It soon developed that the beauti ful Miss Schuyler thought herself a 1 Vegetarian 1 But said Dr Smith 1 what do you eat 1 All kinds of veget ables and fruit said sheIlthen I dnnk milk have eggs for breakfast besides at other meals I eat butter pudding cheese and cake and tell every one they ought to do as I do I feel so much better The doctor lookedastonished And you call that vegetarian My dear young woman dont you know that butter eggs and milk are animal foods Then too it is a mistake to urge others to follow you What is good for you may not be good for others The Esquimo of time Arctic regions couldnt support life on a vegetable diet Some animal food is necessary to keep heat in his body On the other hand besides the individual peculiarities and the climate the condi tions under which each person lives would make it a mistake for you to rec ommend to everybody to follow your example ttAt the same timeI con tinued time doctor I I have come to the conclusion that fully onehalf of the nervo to to to do for not be to tit all Tho for or ho as A safe rule to go never put into any A of is to this from the of that city The Tell City says that Lew in is soon to have a 1 which life are due to disorders which could just as well be Dr Smith interrupted Miss a I know youre to tell us all just what to do and that when our be gins to trouble us and we have or what not we are all to march in line one after the other into your office and have our out No thank you I tried that when I had heart palpitations and so bad I Id go mad and then when I struck the pump treat ment I Id I But just about that time I in the paper which made me stop and think I said if of others be cured by such treat ment as Dr three times a day I think Ill try I did try and in two I was sound and well againwithout those horrid and then best of all I wrote to R V Pierce at N Y and asked his in my case and he told me how to care for myself how to diet etc and that didnt cost me a cent Then I his book theI Common Sense and now I know just exactly how to live to be a hundred in the shade SMTalks On Advertising ByCharesAustin Bates There is probably no in tho United States who is nott called upon from time to time to put an advertisement into a with pumps advice of a fair or of by a or a Thin get up are in may that worth On the hand arc who know that they are ing no ialI These fire frt a of are not so mild a for o r more o ss that unless is re will be or boy tho little that are overstepping their authority and more or that the that the intelligent and will lie members of the they represent would not methods Business men all that such arc an and that they pay hero and is ono who has the refuse luivo thou Money paid such things should advertising bookkeeper should open an account charity or choscs so long it isnt advertising by is nn advertisement go some is some sell has the the is less say but yon cannot trace a The who get up I I ly tolls you that it is to trace tell are mis If you put ad into a good you can tell it yon if you try d Jf T This Dr J Moorman Glepdeaue College Dentistry in for Journal isport Hancock county newspaper G chronic complaints embitter stomach avoidedt1Now going stomach dyspepsia stomach pumped dyspepsia dizzy spells thought thought madder fortunately saw something hundreds can simple taking Pierces Golden Medical Discovery months stomach Dr Buffalo exercise Medical Adviser merchant church enter tainment given secret society labor people who these often honest their They honestly believe their advertising something other there what commerc IluoAthings quently mildsort blackmail sometimes they Sometimes solicitor a labor programme instance insinuates I plainly taken merchant fusing blacklisted cottedby union There doubt these solicitors IUlie insinuate plainly merchant reasonable boycotted union countenance these annoyance dont only there necessary anything charged blackmail whatever intentions thing whore people these pe7eetduectimpossible results them they taken your newspaper exactly what Copyright Charles Bates Graduates Evening graduate evening Louisville Newspaper Lewisport Democratic Schuyler program organization things perfectly advertisement things brings Will Reside in Chicago MrsEHznbeth Wilkerson and daughter Mrs Etta Evans will go to Chicago sometime the first of this ninth to re side Mrs Wilkerson is settling up her estnte here preparatory to her departure physiotryTablets whey are easy to take and pleasant in effect For sale by Short L Haynes w I cant dispute your statement for ItvIs undoubtedly true said time doctor tt I have seen ninny cases in my practice of dyspepsia and other diseases of the stomach cured by that Discovery of Dr digestionstomach and not only that but it builds up time general health by enriching the blood atlll stimulating the liver into healthy action Nervous feelings of de spondency and the blues are done away with because the nerves are fed on rich pure blood and they no longer cry out for their proper food No man or wom an can be strong or feel happy wild is suffering from indigestion because when the stomach is diseased theres a diminution of the red corpuscles of the blood this is why one dont sleep well is languid nervous and irritable The Worlds Dispensary Medical Association of Buffalo N y the proprie tors and manufacturers of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery are willing to Forfeit 3000 If they cannot show the original signa ture of the individuals who volunteer the testimonials below andof the writers of every testimonial among the J thousands which they are constantly i publishing thus proving their genu inenessWords cannot express what I suffered torpidliverdent Order of Golden Circle No 41 of America Box 1038 St Louis Mo Had I but known of your Golden Medical Dis covery sooner what misery I might have l been spared I was bilious tongue was coated appetite poor and I had frequent distressing pains in the side and under shoulderblades but within a week after I commenced Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery there was a marked change for the better so I kept on using it three times a day for over a month with an occasional dose of Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets to regulate the bowels and the results were ii all and more than I could wish My appe tite is splendidI feel ten years younger and am entirely free from lain of any kind Your Golden Medical Discovery is cer tainly all that its name implies and I grate fully endorse it Ohiosaysmy asking your advice also what Ieaselin the medicine line The advice came promptly and after following your di rections I find myself entirely relieved of any distressing symptoms of my old troubles and feel I am entirely cured I had liver complaint and indigestion of the bow els Took eight bottles of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery also three vials of Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets Your remedies have proven very satisfactory in my case and I am delighted to be my old self once more I thank you for your good and valuable advice which was so promptly given My husband is taking the Golden Medical Discovery and also feels that it is doing him good One thing we are very positive of is that it will give a wholesome appetite when all else fails SEND to Dr R V PIERCE Buffalo N yfor a FREE copy of the Peoples Common Sense Medical Adviser For paper covered copy enclose 31 one cenl stamps to cover Mailing only Cloth bound jt stamps ITHIS IS A- Presidential YearA- ND YOU MUST KEEP POSTED The way to do this Is to re d WEEKLY theIi I CourierJournalJ I HENRY WATTERSONEditor TWELVE PAUES ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY II I I 1 100ar I IREVEXUg SOCIAL UEFOImIiI MORAL BEFOIQI rThe COURIERJOURNAL Issues the but JUminie publlihid Send 35 tints for i copy by mil COUKIKRJOUHXAL COMPANY LOUISVILLE KY By a Special Arrangement you cao get th- eBreckenridge News and the WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL both one year for only 150 This I for cash subscriptions only All sub j musthoofficeChintz Royaltyjj Practical Surveyor also Notary PublicII I cnn survey write your Deeds and take thqff iThisI i Your Patronage SolicitedIiI Ii Address me at I Hardinsburg Ky How many feathers en a rooserT ff- i0 t I i z t MThe Breckenridge Nevs v WEDNESDAY MAY 4 1904 WORRIESfJnow One Clerk Fretted a Whole f Year All For NotliliiR duringIllsj had known more than one employee t of n hank to get Into trouble on nc count of carelessness In handling f money I One collector who wns n light heart Vj cd fellow was going along the street in high water season Hipping up n r twenty dollnr piece with his thumb and finger anti catching It as it came down Finally It slipped mill fell through a grating on the sidewalk Intc obout two feet of water lIe made some efforts to recover It but finally decided to wait till the water was gone and then It was found that the oln was also gone Another time the ime fellow was coming up the street 1th 10000 in twenty dollar pieces 1 his shoulder In some way he lost s hold on the sack mill in striking oo sidewalk It burst and the coins illed In all directions A number of ople rushed to his assistance but he ascribed a large circle around the ek and waving his arms wildly or red everybody to stand back lie covered most of the coin but decided I get out of the banking business Another time a Chinaman came into bank and deposited 200 and took certificate of deposit The clerk pretnpled on the stub When he made up hits sh at night he was 1800 short lIe HW where the mistake was and tried to hunt up the Chinaman but al though he got a clew he could never find him and he remained 1800 short on the books lIe hind a notice of the date of the certificate amount etc pasted In his desk nnd was always on the lookout to catch the certificate as It came In Just a year from the day the deposit was made the Chinaman vnlked Into the bank and presented the certificate to be cashed When asked how much he wanted he said nll2UO He hud never noticed the mistake In the amount of till certifi cate and he has never found it out nnd the clerk suffered the worry of be ing short In his mind for n whole year nil for nothing Portland Oregonian I Cures Eczema Itching Humors Pimples and CarbunclesCosts Nothing to Try H B B Botanic Blood Balm I andIj l humors sobs scales watery blisters I pimples aching bo nes or joints bolls II theII Botanic Blood Balm tauon Internally deepseatedToy alizing the blood thereby giving a healthy blqod supply to the skins Botanic Blood Balm is the only core to stay cured for these awful annoying I skin troubles Heals every sore t and gives the rich glow of health to 4 the skin Builds up the broken Jlowu body and makes the blood red and nourishing Especially devised for J chronic old cases that doctors patent medicines and hot springs fail to cure Druggists 1 To prove B B B cures sample sent free and prepaid by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ua Describe trouble and free medical ad vice sent in sealed letter I I Her Good IolntI Even the most Impulsive women mve their good traits I wifeII Faith she wits a good woman She always hit me wid de soft ind av the broom I Iowto Hold Actors It always makes me mad to talk to an actor lie pretends to listen polite ly but his attention is wandering all i the time Ever notice It I nboutII I themseivesPhiiadelhhiia Ledger1 1ii SAAAAAAAAAAAAAA t 3 CrudeTtiough1sAs From the 33Editorial Evening Pen 4vyyvyyyyyyyyyy I AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA HOME CIRCLE COLUMN YTYYTYYY YTYYY YYYYYY If we can put one touch of rosy sunset into the lifn of any man or wo man we shall feel that we have worked with God A smile of appreciation is worth more than a volume of well rounded sentences of praises society prattle is cheap but heart Iriondsuip is a rare plant of slow growth Happy are they who can rear a few Memory is as beautIful as hope and a thousand times moie true Fortunate are they who have a happy childhood to recall after they have gone out Into the world to meet the bitter currents of disappointment that lie in wait for many who leave the paternal roof to seek home and fortune among strangers uAw I my brothers keepert How often we hear it saldhIfe is greatly what we make it but is it not true tht many ore as clay in the hands ot the potter There are natures so com pletely controlled by environment that they are nardly responsible for thei r acts and when they are MI rron tided bv elevating influences they are a credit to themselves and those allied to them out when these impressable natures come in contact with those who revel in popular vices their brother becomes their keeper It is a truth none can refute that we are all to some extent dependent upon others Money will buy attri tions but it fails to buy happiness mind often it is from the humblest sources that we reap our greatest joy The millionaire will turn from his home of wealth where he has a surfeit of luxury and stop at the door of an humble cottage to enjoy the smile of a prattling child that has won his heart by its pleasant ways end as it walks by his side as far as safety will pel ml t and he watches it until it enters its home AH he misses the little hand from his grasp he recalls those who havo passed out of the reach of his loving care and his soul cries outUWhnt is home without the children V There are friendships of the head whose currency is thought For them too we return fervent thanks but family friendships are true friendships of the heart in these do we store our treasures the love and the faith which become dimmed in daily living the aspirations which dull convention does its best to smother the best that is in us and in our nearest and dear est We store it np in those bright days Victor Hugos ideal heaven when the children are little and the parents are young and too in the dark days which shall yt brighten in memory like clouds in the sunset the whole checkered way and we have for our open sesameS the sadly sweet legend Do you remember Thieves and time shall not break through and steal it It enriches al- lduysThe last of life for wnich the first was made i the days when we and our friend sit beside the embers with white locks calm eye and quiet hearts when the golden thread of lifes story is spun i but most of all it is fcr that divmest day when we sit at lest alone and know that by the vacant place beside ns immortality is prov ed The haoit of treating those who are nearest and dearest to us with dis AAAAAAAA4AAAAA A ColumnEE They Join the Home Circle at Evening Tid- eyyyyyyyyyyyyy courtesy is ono that clouds the sun shine of too many homes If J ou are young and looking for your prince just test his home conduct Do not be guided in your choice by what a young man is in tbe parlor find out whnt he is in his mothers sitting room Do not judge him by the way he can tip his hat but by the way he treats tho old especially his parents The home where mutual consideration rules is always a happy one if it be the top UAt of a cheap tenement or an adobe hut on the prairies There should be a certain respect observed in the most intimate relationships Wives have no more right to search their husbands pockets than they have to take the same liberty with an ac quaintance Wo have no more right to rob the biibys bank than t force the vault of the national bank We may hurt the feelings of a society acquaintance and there is no great harm done beyondnu estrangement of two people who care but little for each other but when re stab the lond n others heart that loved us with a love next in tenderness to heavens or wound the sensitive feelings ofu brother or a sister life is not long enough to extract the sting from menu Dry Loves opportunity will soon vanish forever and out through the sunset of life the ones we love dearest and best have flown away like bird to a summer land and our words of endearment are tnrnst back like voic es that eat against a wall of rocK When the toils and cares of the day mire OVAr and the children are at home from school then comes the uicst delightful hour to the family circle The outside word is dismissed and father and mother and children are together in jweot communion ana unshaken trust There is no vacant chair There is not a face missing Death has never visited this home The hour of retiring comes and blessed with lathers instructions and inthers prayers the HUlA group retire for the night May it not be that angels hov er over such a home during the silent watches All homes wher the fani Ily circle is unbroken can he just such a home as this with a slight effort on the part of each member of the house hold Although it is a terrible misfortune to lose a home by tire it is not nearly as timid as losing the happiness of home by the dissipation unfaithfulness or disgrace ol one of the members of the family We think a home ought to be u type of heaven a peace of rest and happiness The happiness of the world is shortlived and sorrows and disappointments come to ns all but if we do our best and trust in God we believe it will all result in good and we will find more brlgth days than dark ones The first essential element in u happy nome is mutual lovebut this will not last without kindness patience awl forbearance We think the next most important requisite in system and good housekeeping on the part of the wife and mother We dont believe in arigid system thatsaonticcs the comfort and freedom of the family but we think ascertain amount of it is necessary to the happiness There should be no day in our lives that did rot record some act of kind ness some help held out to the n edy One selfdenying act or some kind word or a pleasant glance has fallen live sunshine or eased an aching heart w- 1iDRURYS BREEDING i DENMARK DARE I 1340NSHR DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREEJi Denmark Dare is a blood bay stallion foaled nay 1896 Sire Chester Dare 10 by Black Squirrel 58 darn flollie by Rolla Denmark he by Start Denmark 71 2nd dam by Jno Akin Mr J V Boyd of Shelbyville Ky his former owner and one of the bestJf saddle horse breeders in the state describes him thus Denmark Dare is 16 hands high weight 1200 lbs beautiful head good neck the best back JJ rightJt 11 and the best broke stallion in the country Standard and registered I This horse will be found at my stable one mile east of Bewleyville on TI r WANT TO KXOTf WHAT AILS YOU the U S malt will bring you the best medical advice for only the cost of writing materials and stamps goodhealthPierce by letter Riving liiiti all possible in formation about their condition symptoms etc and received in return Rood medical advice which cost them nothing Write to Dr R V Pierce founder of time Invalids Hotel and Surgical Institute Buffalo N Y Dr Pierce by no menus confines himself to prescribing his wellknown medicines He tellou in the most commonsense way what ails you what you ought to do what line of treatment should be followed out in your particular case and if your case proprietaryfrankly what you do need and the best possible method of improving your health Dr Pierce treats many chronic cases at a distance through the mail and nil you have to do is to write Ihim your symptoms During nfl two years of married life I have not hal good health write Mrs Daisy Stud Lr1teliworthjKalisgot me to write to Dr Pierce I got an enrly reply telling me what the trouble was I com Prescription can say that I feel like n new woman I do sit my work and do not feel tired out like I used to I have taken eight bottles of the Iavorite Pre scription It makes one del well and strong Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets cure dizzi ness and 4Lck headache Therei iis no act intended to help anoth er too small for the Masters notice It is the conscious attention to what the word calls little things that makes the great beauty anil success in life Little words of kindness little needs of ciuinty little acts of pelfdenial A careful watch against little sins and grateful use of little ble sllngs a pa tient continuance in well doing under little encouragement i Ithese things will cive warmth to our own hearts and comfort to others The dew of night does not fall upon bolies that are too slow to impart warmth to others Those who water others shall themselves be watered To be happy ourselves we must live to make others happy So let us try to be faithful in the Ileast as well as in the little gifts of life and when our toil is done our life worK shall bear fruit in heav en When the Sap Rises Wean lungs should be careful Coughs and colds are dangerous then One minute Cough Cure euros coughs and colds and gives strength to the lungs Mrs U E Fenner of Marlon Ind SIScoI suffered with n cough until I run down in weight from MS tol2 Ibs I tried a number of remedies to no avail until I used One Minute Cough Cure Four bottles of this wonderful remedy cnren me en tirely of the cough strengthened my lungs tumid restored me to icy normal weight health mind strength Sold by All Druggists Congress Spends Big Sums The Fiftyeighth congress adjourned last Thursday afternoon the House at 210 mid the Semite at 2 oclock Time total ttpprop iatious made by this congress aggregate according to JlrI Hemeiiway 7Sm57I691 Of this sum 6801 841 was to pay deficiencies for prior fiscal years nUll l50o000 is set aside for the application to the sinking mud This leaves the totaluppropria tion for the expenses of time government for the year of 1901 908273783 The total estimated revenues for this period are 70472OnO oran excess ovar ap propriations or authorized expenditure 056190274 eesiss ss ssues ssssses mse Tgrowing PoPularityit till 0 cat Southwest and tho continual Increase In section especially on tho first and third Tuesdays of each month tlutoseneourullstho I TOURIST SLEEPING CARS of latest pattern In Train No 5 leaving St Louis 833 u m commencing December 1I0UCIIn Train No DivergingSchedulen liBRTH RATE NORTH iisOUTtt Lv St Louis Frisco System Ar 750 um Ar SjriiighleldlOOAr 1203 a in Ar 3 Iunutt i100 Ar 1040 pm 41011111 Ar Paris oo Iv IStfOnn 401111 Lv Parb 200 Tex Mid Ar lldOamI01pln ArRllnt mo Lv i50 am 101011111 Lv 1nnls t60I1T Ar 645 am 610 I11 In Ar lIoustoll 300 Dv 910 pm ItrturnliiK Tourist Sleeper leaves HotSTOX First and Third Saturdays 910 Pi- ni i urFrls11 ISIIART T P A St Louis J STUART TAYLOR T I A Fvanstille as3es su ee essses G ee +44+ + ++ 4 + i iM H GABBERT- I iI of lilizabettitown Ky i DISTRICT AGENT FOR i HOME INSURANCE CO NEW Ii iTHE LARGEST COHPANY IN THE L- ORKi This company writes FLUE LIGHTNING mid TORNADO INSURANCE giving tine most lihcml contract on farm IIndiii town property Prompt settlements guaranteed ctwe of Prompt attention given to any matters that may come up i J B HERNDON Solicitor Irvington Ky i I I PillsAyers DYEaOut Shlfil Spor A London impcr tolls n story of a certain shortsl htwl sportsman lie wns askcil uno niurnhiK thJ n follow so journir In a stimuli lintel on the shores of Ioih Carrnn what sport lit hind laud Just soon a Houl he sahl Shot at It three tlnios and missed It each time At dinner an hour later he sat next to a mum with a Imndagc round his head Accident t he Inquired Accident was the Indignant response Attempt ed murder you moan I wns having u hath ahout an hour ago when sumac lunatic tired at me three times from the shore and shot part of my ear off Wonder who It could have been murmured the sportsman and thou ho changed the conversation A Story of Storey All English paper tells a little anecdote of tilt distinguished painter Sto rey In his capacity of teacher of per spective nt the Royal academy On one I occasion MrI Storey accepted an Invita tion to dine with the wealthy and riilllstlne father of one of his pupils Over the undeniable port the by no means duLling parent Inquired how his son was getting on minI although tine kindliest of men Mr Storey could not bring himself to say much that was favorable Humph grunted the man of money Well I hope lit will turn out an artist for 1 am itilte sure lies not lit to be anything else IriMUIllH III Illpllll The foreigner should beware of mak lug presents to any Japanese girl un less he Is bent upon matrimony To present her with any sort of n gift men though It be only a posy will bo regarded as a proposal of marriage and to accept the present though not a word of love or matrimony be pass ed1 Is a sign that sine accepts 3011 huh lant Americans have got Into serious trouble anil found It necessary to leave time country at night to escape n bind mug engagement which they thoughtlessly I Incurred by giving to a maiden some trille Death of Mrs Judith Walker Sanucl Taul ol Mittingly Inns ro ceiveil news of the deathof his mother Mrs Judith Walker at her home near Madison Lodge Kan Mrs Walker died April 6 at the age of eightythree She WIS a native of Dreckenridge co unty and was united with the Clover port Baptist church in 1841 In 1847 she moved to Kansas with her husband mini settled in Barber county Mrs Walkers maiden nnuie was Judith Compton In 1837 she was mnr ried to Thos Levy raul two children Samuel and W B Taul being the reo suits oC this union In 1845 she married R B Walker by whom she had six children II C Thos Lizzie Geo John Allen dead mind Chins Walker Chas Walker lives in Idaho and the other children nUll their father live In familyIshe hind thirtyfourgrand children Bud thirty greatgrandchildren Made Young Again One of Dr Kings New Life Pilla eauh night for two weeks has put me in iny teens apniu writes DH Turner of DOIIII8u town Pa Theyre the best in the world for Liver Stomach and Dowels Purely veget able Never gripe Only Sflo at Short te Haynes Starts Mussel Shell Fleet W B Phelps started his fleet of mussel shell bouts on the Ohio between this city anti the lower bend last week The fishermen are dragging the same beds as last year but the supply at thla point Stems good to last for some time yet Mr Phelps operates from fifteen to twenetyfi boats antI employs about that ninny men when the mussel shell business is at its best which is generally along in the summer How many feathers on a tooster I O 44Z4 O K SiOCK IIi Louisville road and will be permitted to serve mares at 1000 for colts that v stand up and suck While Denmark Dare is but a youngster he has made fc reputation that would do credit to any living stallion as a sire and we t kindly invite our friends and patrons to call and inspect Ihim You must q see him to appreciate his greatness E BENThis famous Washington county Jack for utility mules will i at the above mentioned place where he will be tready for service at 1000 bra colt that stands up and sucks BEN is 15 thands high black with the best bone I ever saw on anybodys Jack and- has proven himself to be a great breeder t To the get of DENMARK DARE I will give a premium of 1200 for the tbest general purpose colt To the get of BEN I will give 1000 for the tmule colt worth the most money A few mares from a distance kept on grass at 150 per month Accidents o at owners risk Thankingyou past patronage and hoping for a continuance of same 1 am Respectfully Ii i I 0 H1 Jt L I S iThe Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY MAY 419OJ WEBSTER Corn planting will begin this week JaR Witt of Louisville was here last week The rock crusher needs a number of handsJohn has moved on the J G Harris farm Deputy Sheriff Bassett was here on business last week The Cumberland Telephone Co will put in boxes here shortly Carpenters and laborers of all kinds were never in greater demand Miss Lucy Barr of Davless county is visiting Miss Norris Kurtz Mrs Mary A Jordan went to Ruth last Snturdny on a vital to friends- J C Crntcher will complete a cot tage this week which will be renteJ Dr J C Bush will be in Hardins burg Monday May 0 for one week Miss Nan Lyddan closed a very sue ooaslul term of private school last FridayRoy Thompson of Owensboro was the guest of Miss Ada B Henderson SundayJ Keith of Cloverport was here last Saturday putting up some work in his line H 0 Keys and family attended the Payne Robertson wedding at Mystic last Sunday George Compton of Mystic was visiting his brother T J Compton last Sunday Miss Pearl Mays closed her school for a few days last week on account of having roseola- A number from here attended the funeral of Floyd Roberts baby at Mt Merino last Sunday Jas Witt has bought the Dick Popham property and will move his family here this week Maysand = noes here in the future A gentleman here last Saturday dlooklnstable The outlook pleased himhMrs Andrew Hook and daughter of West Point visited at J V St Clairs last Saturday and Sunday 11Thety is pretty good notwitnstanding it was thought at one time to be ki1JedI Mrs Jas Hardesty fell last week and sustained a fracture of the femur Dr Parks attended her and she is doing nicely dTheat Hardinsburg the second Monday in May is a step in the right direction Attend it everybody Whooping Cough In the spring of 10UI my children nad whooping cough II says MrsD W ICappsof Cappa Ala I uses ChatulMirlainH Cough Remedy with of the most satisfactory results 1 think this is the best remedy I have ever stun for whooping cough This remedy seeps the cough loose lessens the severity maid frequency of the coujhII ing spells and counteracts any tendg onoy toward pneumonia For sale by Short HI neBaBIG SPRING Tames Harned was in Elizabethtown Friday Den Clurkeou was in Brandenburg last week attending court Charles Moormauof Eliznbethtnwn j was here Friday and Saturday Miss Myrtle Moorman was in Louis G villa last WOQK to hear Sousa Dr J C Bush will be In Hardins burg Monday May 9 for one week Mr and Mrs Charles Drnry of Bewleyville were here shopping Fri daylMrs Chas Stith has returned home after a weeks visit with friends near Enron4yers II 1W J Your doctor will tell that thin pale weak Rervous chil dren become strong and well 1 by taking Ayers Sarsaparilla Small doses for a few days SarsaparillaThe and very marked Ask yourr doctor why it is He has our formula and will explainIiWhen II roan old for many months no one thought I could live ItrcHiitoof thin blond Hut In a few weeks Ayers Saraparilla com pletely restoredIIIIII to heHUhJMIW K IIV KtlSTJlII 9100 a bottle 1 r Avon CO IxiwHI Malt IIII1IIIlotfor A The Children Biliousness constipation prevent rorcovory Cure thoso with Ayors Pills nx KICKANDSCREAM Babys Awful Suffering from Eczema Could Not Hold Her She Tore Nor Face and Arms Cuticura Saved Her Life So Mother Says 11 When my little girl was six months old she had eczema We had used cold creams and all kinds of remedies but nothing did her any good In fact she kept getting worse I used to wrap her hands up aud when I would dress her I had to put her on the tablo for I could not hold her She would kick and scream and when she could she would tear her face aid arms almost to pieces I used four boxes of Cutlcura Ointment two cakes of Cuti cura Soap and gave her tho Cntlcura Resolvent and she was cured and I seo no traces of the humour left I can truthfully say that they have saved her life and any ono suffering as she did I should advise them to give Cuticura a fair trial MRS G A CONRAD Lis bon N II Feb 7 1898 Five years later yiz Feb 23 1903 Mrs Conrad writes It It is with pleasure that I can Inform you that the cure has been permanent as It is now six years since she was cured and there has been no return of the disease since and I have advised a lot of friends to use the Cuticura Remedies In all diseases of the skin Instant relief and refreshing sleep for skintortured babies and rest for tired fretted mothers in warm baths with Cutlcura Soap and gentle anointings with Cutlcura Ointment the great skin cure and purest of emollients to bo followed in severe cases by mild doses of Cutlcura Resolvent This is the purest sweetest most speedy permanent and economical treatment for torturing disfiguring Itching burning bleeding scaly crusted and pimply skin and scalp humours eczemas rashes and irritations Sold thmnrhout the world Outlcnr lUtolrent YIo fin tarn ot Chocolate Carted Itlli SSc per vial of eel Ointment Me Sop 23e Dtpotii London 27 Charter houw Cq L Tub J flue di It nix t liMton 1W Cnlum hue Ave Potter Drat It Chem Corp sole Proprietors iLf Send for CuUeun Skin Hook Mies Olla Mae Clarkson will re turn from a visit at Elizabethtown to davHays Willett of Groveland was last Sunday the guest of Miss Edna Dowell Miss Daisy Trent of Custer in very with nervous prostration Dr Strother is attending her MIPS Elizabeth Clarkson went to Thursday to hear Sousa She roturnea homo Sunday Mr and Mrs Meyer were lo Louisville Thursday to attend the wed ing of Mrs lleyers cousin They returned home Friday Misses Mabel and Rachel Stith of Stiths Valley were here snapping Friday They left for Vail Buren Ark Tuesday to visit timely sister Mrs Fnuntalne Dr flames representing Para Davis A Co of Detroit Mich one the lal est manufacturing drug houses in the United States called on Dr Strother Wednesday nightIH Meyer went to Louisville Sunday He always goes the first of the and remains a week ouying He has a very large assortment and his millinery is especially e RAYMOND Mrs Frank Hall is on the sick list Miss Mary Cashrnaa is at home from school E B English tilled is appointment here Sunday Junle Baaham spent Sunday with W Cashman Miss Essa Cushman is visiting her grandmother Mrs H W West A J Keys and family spent Sun day with Mr and Mrs Bib Norton Dr J C Bush will be in Hardins urg Monday May 0 for one week Mrs Otto Fitch of Paynesville spent Saturday and Sunday with his parentsMrs Cart gave a birthday din ner Saturday April 23 in honor of her mother Mrs Mary Shellman and aunt Mrs Bettie West who was 70 Those present were Mr and Mrs G W Cashman and daughters Cordelia and Mary Mrs Frank Basham and daughter Eddie Mrs Disk Avitt and daughter Ada and Mrs E A Chlam LAHANT Miss Flora Ford was in town Fri day Mrs Sallie Bellwood is much im provedMiss Melissie Hose came near being by a horse running away Tuesday Charley Hayden was in town Friday businessPaul and wife spent Sat urday and Sunday in Hurdinsbnrg Wash Hickerson has been on the sick list for some time but is im provingJ Deserve will load two barges e r 4 I here at Loberts landing this coming weekDr J C Bush w 111 be In Hardies burg Monday May 0 for one week Miss Bernetta Brown of HardenI burg will commence a spring echo II1 at the Robertd schoolhouse Ma40 LODIBURGr Mrs C L Avitt is ill at this writing listoll MoKaughan spent Saturda and Sunday at Stepheusport Dr J C Bush will De in ardins burg Monday May 0 for one week Mr ant Mrs Victor Orendolf visit ed their parents Saturday and Sunday 0 C Grant spent Saturday andI Sunday at Sample the guest of his brother Jas Grant Miss A Bell Grant Ida B Hamp ton and Mr Claude Grant spentt Thursday at A1 Keys Mrs Mary Norton has just receivedI a beautiful line of ladles childrensi and misses hats Dont fail t call and see them Mrs Claude Grant will leAve soo for California to join her husband who went there recently to a home before her arrival Mrs Charles Norton of Knob Cal contemplates visiting her parents o this place during the Worlds Fair and has many friends here who will gladly welcome her retur- nIRVINGTON Miss Blanche Claycotub leaves this week for St Louis Mrs McCoy will take produce in exchange for goods Mr and Mrs J T Marshall were in Louisville Moaday Mrs McCoy went to Louisville Monday to purchase hats Born to the wile of Willard Kin cheloe a tine boy April 29 Miss Barr of Owensboro was the company of Mrs Graves this weeK Crayton Claycomb is very ill at St Anthonys Hospital in Louisville- Dr J C Bush will be in Hardins burg Monday May 9 for one week Rogers Stevens of Nw Albany was here Sunday the guest of one of our bellesMr and Mrs Cunningham of Che nault are here with Mr and Mrs Gardner D T Spradlin nas made arrange ments to build a neat cottage for rent on the lot opposite his home Mr and Mrs Randall of Louisville came down Sunday to pend a day with Mr and Mrs Chamberlain DR FENNERS KIDNEY and Backache orKidncysCUREladder Dont become discouraged There is a euro for you If necessary write Ur Former lie Las spent a life tlino curing Just such cases us yours Alt consultations Free- I have been a sufferer from rhuoraatlsm for over ton years and havo often been con fined to my bod for several days and suffered Intensely Dr Fanners Kidney and Backache Cure alforded relief at once I new feel as well na I over havo in my life ADA BLACKWELL Kansas City MoM Druggists Lee 21 Ask for Cook Hook FKEE For Sulo By Short Haynes FEMALEWEAKNESS StPont4Np Oct 17 1902 superiorto Buffausuppressoo1IntMloa proshatedthpmghahebUa41swill M wd 114 feet eo weak I feltdleeenraged ofOMtni IfelttrlstmentIagonies I u vsl1did and soon became ofCarlowishthatitagoodhW 4Treasurer Portland Economic League Periodical headaches tell of fe male weakness Wino of Cardui cures permanently nineteen dot of irregularmenses arediscouragedfailed that is the best reason in ofCarduiweaknessSecureCardui today WINE CaRDUI d oh L Mr and Mrs Horace Snyder enter tained some young friends Friday evening in honor of Finace Claycomb Dr Boggers purchased a very nice combined horse trom Jesse Herndon forlfisbr to DO delivered within the nextften days Mrs Ann W Herndon who spent tae winter in Louisville with her sister Mrs Tydings is with her son Jesse for the summer QharllsrJolly and Blanford left Monday for the State convention of Republicans at Louis ville Mr and Mrs Robt McGlothlan en tert tined the social club Tuesday evening of last weeK assisted by Miss Nellu Drury Despite the unfavorable weather most all members were in attendance and spent n nost pleasant evening We regr t to hear of the loss by tire of Mr Haynes house Mrs Fenry Davis Mrs Bennett and Mrs Daily will accept any donations for them and any help will be gladly received bv Mrs Haynes They live near Sink railroadnMr and Mrs C M MoGlothian of celee brate the eightythird birthday of their aunt Mrs Lctitia McGlothlau spentfwith Mr and Mre Robt McQlothlan on this occasion The many friends of Mre Frank Sterett formerly of this community but now or North Dakota will be glad to know she is recovering fiom a- very severe attack of appoplexy She was stricken more than a week ago and for many days her life was des paired of but at this writing news comes that nho is slowly recovering Rev Crandell of Brandenburg washers the past week securing evidence of good effects from having a localI option move in our town The mer chants assured him that our town had Improved in a business way had steadily grown ever since it became adry town We wish the good people of our sister city success in their under taking and know that they will suc ceed for right is might and will prevail PICKED UP There are very few valleys In this county more beautiful than that known as the Htith valley in Meade county It is a stretch of country seven or eight miles long and three to four miles wide and is fairly well improved This valley they tell us used to be the garden spot of thatI section away back in the fifties when every farmer owned from one to any number of slaves andrun their farms on a big scale Since then these lands have changed hands farming has run down and the lands have been neglected and are worn out Dut the land is timers yet and with attention and up todate meth ods applied could be reclaimed and made as fertile PS in the days gone byThos Hamilton has a fine farm in this valley He sold off all his stock and farm implements recently to wind np a partnership with W A Shacklelt who live on the place Mr Shackletts wife was a Miss Williams and went to school in Cloverport and boarded with Mrs Eunice Frank She remembers quite a number of her old school mates of that time and inquired about all of them She is still a handsome woman as she was a girl has two children is a title housekeeper a genial hostess and serves a good dinner She is also a reader of the Dreckenridge News and cant keep house without it From Thos Hamiltons place over to Big Spring is another beautiful valley known as the Big Spring valley Tnis is a tine body of blind and is in a high state of cultivation Big Spring is the same good old town it was twenty years ago There are not many changes John W Har din has moved his poatofilce from main to cross street It is the same old John still a Democrat but not of the Bryan order Dr Strother has a beautiful new office hindsouuly furnished fine library and all the latest uptodate ap pliances used in surgery and medi cine The Doctor tins a tine practice and is very successful A R Morris is still at the same old stand in a little gray but otherwise age and long service have not changed him He is the same old genial friendly Abe of old and its a pleasure to shake his hand H Meyer is another merchant of long standing and years in Big Spring He is wideawake full of rush energy and uptodate Ideas in merchandising He is a good adver tiser believes in publicity and usos the columns of the Breckenridge News freely and says he gets good results He carries a tine stock of most every thing needed in a farming commun ity sells right treats his customers right and enjoys a good trade TheI only way to tind out about his stock and prices is to visit hlsstore Youll be pleased with his stock his prices his cordial greeting and if you get e y out without buying it will bttno fault of Mr Meyers We dropped in at the pleasant and busy home of Squire Chas H Drury Mr Drury is a breeder of tine horses and mules and his business this year is good and shows an increase over last year His patrons come from nil the counties round Meude Orayson Ohio Hancock and Hardin Mrs Drury his genial wile looks after the chickens and eggs attends to the cor respondence mid is an all round farm ers wits She KelpS an incubator right in the family room and is hay Ing great success with it Out of two hatchings of 100 eggs each she has 180 chicks all under the care of due hen Mrs Drnry says raising chicks from an Incubator Is no little work It requires contfant care and attention both night and daySaud she I enjoy it It pays and I like the work Ell Wilson has 54 acres of the best wheat we have seen In the county Mr Wilson is an allround successful farmerA of 50 or 60 handsome BerK shIre shoats was met on the road Theywere the property of Col Zack Stith who is to be congratulated Col Zack is another good farmer of that neighborhoodCharlie believes in home made fertilizer We notice great heaps of manure piled around his barn and in the road a sure sign ot a thrifty farmer Tons and tons of manure go to waste every year that might be saved in this simple and unexpenslve wayA colabirth farmers plowing in sleet and snow We noticed one farmer with a hug log heap afire The hands would plow awhile and warm awhile Sam Henninger is a merchant and farmer of West View He is not only a good merchant but a good farmer Mr Henninger bought old wornout lands for which he paid 4 per acre and turned them into a garden spot He says it takes a good deal of work and coaxing to do this but It nays This land that he paid 1 per acre for is now worth 1C Cas Whitenead bought of Wm House at Falcon 18 head fine export steers average 1000 pounds at 4if He says it is the tinest car load of cattle that he has shipped this season They went direct to Bullalo Mrs WGJordan of Webster was a passenger Saturday en route to Rook vale to visit Luther Clemmons fami lv t t SOCICTt WRECKED HER LIFE j A Pretty New York Womans Recovery the Talk of leer Numerous friends w MRS J E kt FINNJ TMrsBuffalo N Y writes Feriitia Medicine Co Columbus Ohio Gentlemen A few years ago I had to give up social lifo entirely as my f health was completely broken down Tho doctor advised a complete rest for a year As this was out of tho question for n time I began to look for some other means of restoring my health- I had often heard of Poruna as an excellent tonic so I bought a bottle is- soo what it would do for mo and it certainly took hold of my system and rejuvenated me and in less than two months 1 was In perfect health and now when 1 feel worn out and tired a doso or two of Poruna is all that I needMrs- J E Finn Address Dr Hartman President of The Hartman Sanitarium Co lumbus 0 for free advice Charlie Hirt wife and baby came down from the mountains of Kentucky last week to visit his old home at Rookvule Mr Hirt has a fine po sition with a lumber company at Richmond Ky at a goon salary Mr and Mrs J F Morton will occupy the Walters residence on High street Jr 1 Administrators Notice All persons having accounts or claims against the estate of William H Camp deceased are requested to bring in the same properly proven All persons in debted to same estate are requested to r call on the undersigned and settle or arrange the same R L NEWSOfl Admr Cc AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAUAAAS AAAAAAAAAAUeeuAAAAAAAu NOTICE S The Sheriff of Brcckcnridgo county when sworn into office swears to treat all persons in tho same manner Ho = takes an oath to collect your taxes You want this done 33yearly then you aro secure also tho Sheriff I as a deputy to tho Sheriff first then the people I am going to = abide by my oath and if you are owing taxes you will save = the cost of advertising and tho trouble of extra cost if you PAY AT ONCE- II going to advertise all persons owing mo taxes whether much or little and am going to sell as soon as I can after the month of April Please do not come to mo with ex = cuses for you are aware I havo waited with you patiently and h = it is no trouble for you to borrow a few dollars This is POi i r tivo and will be followed to tho letter of tho law It was do 1 cldt d hero at tho last Circuit Court that land sales for taxes arc legal I must havo tho old taxes before tho now book comes l out r HMo BEARD D Sr- yOyyvyn1yyyyyyyrIyyvmnyvyyyyRmy11Yynyym i 1