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II u TOE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSx ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXVIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 25 1904 8 Pages NO 45 ROOSTER CONTEST 1 The contest is opened for a guess from everybody 2 The Rooster on exhibition at the News office is the subject of the guess He answers to the description on page 4 3 Every f atter found on this Rooster will he counted by three well known gentlemen of Cloverport on Tuesday morn lug Septem ber 0 1004 the day the contest closes 4 Make out guesses on the blanK found in this paper for that purpose This is not necessary but It is pre ferable C Every guess must be accon panted by it name and address and CO cents which is to pay for the News for six months the guess is free 0 One guess free with every 50 cents paid theNews on subscription 41 7 The number of feathers found r on theRooster and the names of the prize winners will be announced in the News September 0 1004 8 Every guess will be recorded on receipt issued and on our stub JU Everyone may make as many guesses as he likes 10 The subscription price of the News is fl a year 50 cents pays for a six months subscription Weight six ana onehalf pounds Height 10 inches Length tip to tip 23 inches Three guesses given free wItb every dollar paid for subscription it I prizesV41 2 SEwIng machine V 3 Handsome clock 4 4 Ladys necKlace U 5 Set of china dishesIj U 0 Pair of gents or ladys shoes T u 7 Bible teachers edition t 41 8 100 visiting cards t U 0 News two YlarsI4I 10 1 in cash1 V Locate at Elizabethtown J i Mr A A LuHeistof New Albany vlnd arrived here Sunday and has + accepted a position with M N t Phillips Mr LaHeist comes well x i recommended as a first class citizen c we understand that he is a tine I 1andmechanic having had long experience c as n tinner We learn that he will shortly move his family here We I extend to them a hearty welcome j Elizabethtown Mirror Methodist Revival Closedtt t The revival at the Methodist church tclosed last Wednesday evening when there were six additions three by faith and three by letter b Rev T it Kendall of Owensboro kl assisted in the services and Prof J itt M Ragsdale of Louisville lead the singing two services being held daily During the latter part of the meeting Mrs T R Kendall wife of Rev Kendall held a service for women t IJ in the morning The meetings were yvall interesting and the attendance r seas large Plaintiff Gets 5000 24tSperyclal JJThe jury in the case of Biou j Jollys admrx against the LH d StI Louis R R company returned a i1 verdict of 5000 for the plaintiff The defendant moved for a new trIalI J which motion was overruled by the Alcourt and it was then granted a- uf appeal to the Court of Appeals rPaper Will be Published 33Spef ed the Kentucky State Medical Association i held at Lexington He rad t o paper on Mercurial Poisoning before the association which elicited much favorable comment It will itAI published in several prominent medi c y cal journals t Ball Team Reorganizes tIrvlngtonr Ky May 24Speclal c The Irvington baseball team wasI tt reorganized Saturday J F Bl- gsI rJ9 manager and Roy Wimp captain They say they are now ready to challenge anything in the baseball market A good game is expected soon tAp Organizes in Hancock 0t1Y Mr G D BlncK of Haynesville I vas in torn Saturday and Sunday lie is an enthusiastic advocate ofI 1 the American Society of Equity the tnew tanners organization and has+ already spoken and formed a number of lodges in Hancook county Han toolcUlarlonJ A l Drys Win at Brandenburg After a hard fight the anfisUloon element won in the local option elec 1 tion held at Brandenburg Friday The saloons were voted out by a vote of 76 to 73 8hi If Yt 0 OLD FIDDLERS MEET A nnmber of the old fiddlers of the county and a good many more people of the county enjoyed the Old Fid dlers Contest given at Glendeane Sat urday evening by the Masonic lodge at that place Many oldtime tunes were played in an oldfashioned way and the enjoyment of the audience was great As at most ot the contests of this nature the judges were the only pepole who had any work to and it was not easy to decide which old tiddler played the best Two prizes were offered by the Masons for the bestII Hddlin IIThe first prize was awarded to trill Langley of McDaniels and the second to Louis Ashley of Glendeane both of them being known all over the county as oldtime fiddlers Big Special Train Monday Two hundred of the most promi nent business men of Cincinnati in a special train of eight coaches passed through the city Monday a little after noon over the Henderson Route en route to bt Louis to be present on Cincinnati Day which was yesterday The party was en tertained at a number of cities on the trip among them Louisville and Owensboro When the Sap Rises WeaK lungs should be careful Coughs and colds are dangerous then One minute Cough Cure cures coughs and colds and gives strength to the lungs Mrs G E Fenner of Marion Ind says I suffered with a cough until I run down in weight from 148 toJ2 Ibs I tried a number of remedies to no avail until I used One Minute Cough Cure Four bottles of this wonderful remedy cures me entirely of the cough strengthened my lungs and restored me to my normal weight health and strength Sold b- All I Druggists Japanese Losses St Petersburg May 20Follow ing on the heels of the news of the disaster to the Japanese fleet official advices were received today of the defeat of the Japanese force which marched northward from Feng Weng Cheng for the purpose of executing a flank movement on MnKdea Tokio May 22 During the re connoistmnce of Port Arthur made by Admiral Togo onFrhiay of last week a shell hit the torpedo boat destroyer AkatsnKi Killing one officer and twentyfour men Tent Meetings at Ekron Ekron Ky May 24S1ecla1- A series of meetings will begin here ou Monday night after the fifth Sunday in this month and will con tinue several days It will be con ducted by Revs Dan ShacKlet S H Tabb R C Kimble and Jnuies Willet and Ben Shaokiet Services will be held under a tent Everybody invited to attend Arm Broken by Fall Jno Furrow who lives about two miles from town on the Hardinsbnrg pike broke his left arm at the wrist last Wednesday by catching his foot in a vine anc falling with his whole weight on the member The injury will probably disable him for several months Ho was attended by Dr F L Lightfoot Accepts Position in Ohio The relatives and friends of Eugene Gilliland will be glad to know that he graduates with much credit June ti from the Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Department of the State College of Kentucky Mr Gilliland leis accepted a lucrative position with the Bullock Electric Manufacturing Co Cincin nati Ohio and lies been assigned to their staff ot Electrical Engineers to begin work July 0 v Brashear Williamson Owen L Brashear formerly df Union Star was married at Columbia Tenn yesterday to Miss Rebecca Williamson After a trip through the Bluegruss Mr and Mrs Brnshear will go to Union Star to attend the wedding of his sister Miss Sue A Brashear to Mr J S Younger of this city on Wednesday June 1 Miss Clarkson Improving Big Spring Ky May 24tpeo- ial Mies Lill Clarkson who was taken to Louisville and operated on for appendicitis May 11 at Nortons Infirmary by Ors Cartledge and Bntlitt is now improving o ASTC BA-S thethe WndYouHaw Always Boatfif Signature of J POLITICAL MEETINGS Hardinsburg Ky May 24Spa- olaI The county committee of the Republican party is nereby called to meet at this place on Saturday Juno 4 at 1 oclock for the purpose of electing a county chairman a secreta ry and transacting any other business the may properly come before itThe Democratic County Committee will meet here on Saturday June 4 At this meeting Dr Milton Hoard will resign as county chairman and Thomas J Moore will be elected to succeed him A mass meeting of the Democratic party will be held at the courthouse on Saturday June 4 for the purpose of selecting delegates to the State convention to be held in Louisville on June 8 It is stated that it Is the desire of the leading politicians that the delegates be uninstructed Jap Loss Reported at 15000- St Petersburg May 231130 p- mIt is reported that Foreign Minis ter Laiasdortl has received a message from the Russian Consul at Chee Foo saying that the Japanese had made a land attack on Port Arthur and that in dong so they lost 15000 men killed or wounded The Russian loss is placet at 3000 men The ultimate outcome of the lighting is not stated Eyes are Improved After being operated on nt Louis ville some improvement is shown in Chas Tinlus eyes and he will probably return to his home at Holt tins week Before the operation Mr Tinius could uot see at all Building Two Cottages The Cloverport Real Estate Ss Improvement Company is building two cottages on the lot on the school house hill known as Locust Grove which hey recently bought from J- E Keith Goes to Baltimore Hardinsburg Ky May 24Spec- ial Tlia Rev W H Fitzgerald preached at the Baptist church last Sunday He has resigned as pastor of the church and will remove to haul more where be has a charge Mrs Will Hughes Dead Big Spring Ky May 24Spe- cialMrs Lucy Hughes wife of Will Hughes died suddenly of heart disease last Thursday and was buried Friday at the Methodist church graveyard Attendance Grows St LOUIS May 23An official statement of the attendance at the Worlds Fair last week was given out by President Francis tonight- as 257011 an increase of 00140 over the previous week Locates at Stephens port Stephensport Ky My 24Spec- ial Dr Louis Casper of Cannel ton lUll will locate here this week to practice his profession CONVENTION PROGRAM The Hardlnsburg District Sunday school convention will be held at West View Saturday June 4 Tne following programme for the occasion has been arranged 1000 DevotionalRev WHCalvert Welcome bong Seven primary pupils 1020 How does the S S Convention help the S SM P Comnton 1080 The pastors duty to the Sunday SchoolRev W V Barrel 1040 Reaching the absent pupils Rev W H Foreman 1050 Should Bibles onlybe used in re citation Discussion Clifton Payne 1100 Dependence on the Holy SpiritRev W F Hogard lliH Report of Schools and appoint ment of Committees Noon 100 Song and Prayer 110 Manhoods Morning Rev W H Calvert 140 How can parents help in the Sundayschool G S Wilson 150 How may pupils be induced to prepare the lessonAndrew Dristt ell 200 How to gut others more interested T Breur 210 Essentials to Success in Sunday fchool workH L Penick Big SprillgII SongII 2 20 Progress ot the Sundayschool and the harmony prevailing through the medium of the In ternational Sundayschool lesson c E B Smith 280 Christ and the ohlldrelJHevtt F R Roberts 240 How shall we spend the bathMrs W H Culvert sabl2 50 Why are the children SnndayschoolW D Smith 300 Example vs PreceptT C Jolly 315 Sundayschool influence on the community J P Haswell Jr 880 Childhood Its promise Charles L Buington 340 Report pf Committees Other Business Closing service W P Compton Pres Corn Matthews Sec Wreck at Lodiburg The worK train ran into freight train No 01 on the Henderson Rnte nt Lodiburg yesterday morning and caused a slight wreck One negro had his leg out off below the knee and several were injured Harvey Bush of Hawesville had his ankle dislocated f Will Build a Residence Hon D H Severs has bought the lot north of J A Barrys home from Mr Barry and will hold a residence J M Lewis is the con tractor First Advertising Car Advance advertising car No1f- or the Great Sells Downs Shows was here yesterday and the circus was thoroughly advertised in the city and county by the billposters ffJ = 1M1 1I y I ij 4 Announcement I i 1 M A fiIt The management of the printing depart of the Brcckonridgo News beg to i innnounco the coming of a distinctively now i 9 9andi original type face recently purchased Ifl IThisface is particularly adapted to fine ystationery old bank work and all persons Jl- iflif lifdesiring such work will find themselves sat ili I istied if they specify the use of this face in d their next order to us 1 r h I 1 4I 1 iVA II 1ll ll 1 l= J= Good Circus Coming The advent of the tells Downs greatest shows on earth will it IsII said mark an epoch in the nntter I of tented amusements in Cloverport That this snow will present the largest and finest street pageant this city has 3vet witnessed is asserted without any doubt That the circus company numbers more performers and hl1eIIcash were expendtd lust winter in accumulating new features to add to the glories of the Soils Downs Greatest Shows The menagerie is said to be n very complete one containing the finest collection of rare wild beasts to be seen The newspapers all along the line speak highly of this huge enter tainment and tne small boy as well as those elder folks who lire ever bright and youthful in spirits will be delighted again wits the feats of the many male and female performers the handsome horses the wonderful exhibition of wild beasts the mar velous aerial acts and the exciting races on the hippidroiue track Ex changes are all unanimous in praising the courtesy of Sells S Downs em ployes while handling the immense crowds and finding seats for the late comets The reputation of Sells Downs for faithfully earring out all their advance promises and for defiling fairly with the public in all things affords positive assurance that their show will eclipse anything of a like nature seen here before The Pontiac Zouaves the Hupst drilled soldiers in the world and the Marvelous Trained Senls and Son Lions are features of this great how and they none are worth the price of admission Kentuckys Great Record New York llayHThe Kentucky made the worlds record run for a warship from Hong Kong and Madeira to New York The total distance steamed was 12001 miles from Hong Kong nt an average speed of 127 knots The lust run of 2000 miles from Madeira to New YorK was made at an average speed of 138 knots The whole distance was made under natural draught From Admiral Evans down to the smallest bluejaeuet each member of the Ken tuckys crew was jubilant over the ships record Expecting Big Crowd The merchants of the city are expecting a big crowd on Saturday June 11 when Sells Downs Great Shows will exhibit here and are already making preparations to handle tho large trade expected Circus day is a big day here as people come to the city for thirtyfive anti forty miles in every direction Cloverport is well Known in this section as being the best show town for its size and all showmen are aware of the fact Boatner Case Postponed Hartford Ky May 21The case of the commonwealth against J W Boatnnr has been postponed until Monday May 30 on account of absent witnesses These are the Kelly boys ot Deanlield who were summoned for the defense It is said that they have disappeared to keep from testifying in the cape Woodmen Club at Ekron EkroJ Ky May 24Speomal The Modern Woodmen ot America organized a club here Saturday night OASTOEtXABean thethe Kind You Haw Mwiys Bwglu Blgnatnro 11If Aof 1 ti A H FORSALE H The Star Roller Mills Cloverport Ky The mill with a reputation of more than 25 years standing Mill has a 1 capacity of 80 barrels of flour per day and by actual test has averaged 60 per cent patent flour of the highest grade Mill is equipped with the very best and latest machinery throughout The GOLDEN CROWN- I i flour made by this mill has a reputation all its own and a ready sale for same This would be a fine investment for stock company Apply to Oelze Si Company c Sole OwnersCloverport Ky f W fly 0 r P +4ItIIffllfI14III14 + II ItII II II II11141IH4It1 Ill- Ir t tt ttt tttt tII T THE STROLLERS By FREDERIC S ISHAM Author of Under the Rose t k t Copyright 1902 by THE BOWEN MERRILL COMPANY g vv E- tltltltl ttttih tl tltltltl E- Mn1 1 iF3HH r444 HOIH+ H + +I+H CHAPTER XXXIV elusive nocturnal com TI1T The Mlstick Krewe of had appeared Co mil deep skllltnl In all his mothers witcheries and the dwellers III rtiMiitiismaKorta were Joyfully nu uirmus More plentiful than at n moll ern spectacular porformunco reveled gulls demons nnd fairies while tho children resembled n IIIgbt of imnsqucr BdiiiK butterflies The ball at the then trr till Itouiiui Yegllotil succeeded alnboratc tableaux the Tartarus of tit ancients and Paradise Lost of Milton In which the Krowe Imper sonated Pluto and Proserpine the fates harpies and other ohmmeters of tho representation In gallery dress circle and parquet the theater was crowded the spectacle one of dazzling toilets many of them from the ateliers of the Parisian modistes a wonderful evolution of Proserpines toga and the mortal robes of the Immortal Fates Picture followed picture tho expul sloe from paradise the conference of I the Gorgons and the court of pande monium where gluttony drunkenness avarice and vanity were skillfully set forth In uncompromising colors Availing themselves of the open house of the unknown Krewe a com posite host that vanished on the stroke of 12 many of Old Itrfngh anti Keadys retinue mingled with the gath ering their uniforms well worn even shabby unlike the spick told span regil mentals from the costumier With bronzed faces and the Indubitable air of campaigns endured they were thoI objects of lively Interest to the fair masker nor were themselves indiffer ent to the complaisance of their enter ttiluers Ilandtt burned by the sun looked blacker that night against the write gowns of waists they clasped hoarded fares more grim vlsuged In contrast with delicate complexion em broidery and brocade whirled around with faded uniforms and dancing aigrettes waved above frayed epaulets anti shoulder straps loog at im murmured a fllle a In casaette regarding one of those olll ear who however held aloof from the festivities n well built young man hut thin and worn as though he like hi uniform had won service IIf he would onlyI carry my trunk she llaugh ed relapsing Into French and alluding to tho small chest she bore under her armOr my little white lamb gaylyI added her companion a shepherdess And they tripped by with sidelong looks and obvious challenge which the quarry of these sprightly huntresses o men either chose to disregard or was unconscious of as he deliberately stir veyed his surroundings with more curiosity than pleasure and absently listen ed to a mountebank froiu The Hellos Stratagem Wholl buy my nostrums cried the buffoon Ulmt are they asked holly can lerlng near on a hobbyhorse Different kinds for different people Heres n powder for ladles to dispel the rage for Intrigue Heres a pill for politicIansto settle bath consciences fetes an eye water for jealous hus bands it thickens the visual mem hone Heres something for the cler gy It eliminates windy discourses Heres an Infusion for creditors It created resignation and teaches pu lleMce Ana wbnt have you for lovers Nothing answered the clown Love like fever and ague must run Its course Nostrums Wholl buy my nostrums Oh Im so glad I canto enthusias tically exclaimed a tall supple girl laden with a mass of lowers Isnt It too bud though you cant tolka with sonic of the military gout tlemen P returned her companion who wore a toga and carried a lantern Mlle Cnstlglloae wouldnt let yon eonio until I promised not to allow you out of my sight It was lovely of you to take me she said and i1 dont mind about the military gentlemen My dear If all women were hll o- yon we j sour civilians would not be relegated to the background I wish though 1 had worn souse other cos tuino This ahem dress has a tend ency to get between my logs and dls concert my philosophical dignity I can understand why Diogenes didnt care about walking abroad My only wonder Is that everybody didnt stay in his tub in those days Dont talk to mo about tho noble Iloinau Why he wore skirts And M Intagllp lectured to us for nn hour today about the wonderful drapery of the ancients laughed the girlvrhe poetry of dress ho called ItV Then I prefer prose lIellolpaus ing and raising his lantern as they drew near the otllcer who had fallen under the observation of the fllle u la cassette Colonel SaintProsper or sot me down for an ass or Pinto which Is the saute thing Straws said the soldier as the hard frankly lifted his musk and tilted it back over Ills forehead Glad to see you continued the poet cxtcmlliic his jlnirj I havent i l run across you btII re since the night of the bouquet the debut of Barnes company you remember You must have left town shortly afterward He turned this morning of courguf fly theIway theres one of your old here tonight SaintProsper felt the color mount to his face and even Straws noted the change Vho Is that asked the sol dier awkwardlyI Mrs Service Miss Durnn that was now one of our host dashing I should say charitable ladles Plenty of men at Services church now Sites dressed in Wattenu fashion tonight so If you see any one skipping around looking as though site had just stepped from the Embarkation For the Island of Venus set her down for the ministers pretty wife Anti the minister asked Saint Prosper mechanically lie brought tier He compromised on n Roundhead costume himself Hut we must be off Au revolr Dont be backward The ladles are all military mad It may be a Held of Ilrmscast Ing his glance over the assemblage of fashionably dressed ladles with n quiz zical smllelJut not hostile arms Come Celcstlna Nydla I mean And Straws arm stole about the waist of his companion as SaintPros per watched them disappearing In the throng of dancers It was Celestlnas fist ball nil utter her long training it the Castlgllone institute she danced divinely Something like a pang shot through the soldiers breast as he fol lowed the pair with his gaze lIe seemed looking backward Into a world of youth and pleasure passed beyond recallit Is useless to deny it I knew you when 1 first saw you exclaimed a familiar voice near by and turning around sharply the olllcer obsenvd approaching a unasked lady graceful of figure and lacking nothing In the numerical strength of her escort It was to her that these words were ad dressed by an agile man of medium stature who had apparently penetrated her disguise The lady who would have attracted attention anywhere by her bearing wore a pardessus of whlto gauze lilting close and bordered with n silver band the sleeves short the skirt of white gauze and very ample as time fashion of the day required the feet shod In small white silk bottlnos the hair III bands ornamented with wild poppies Altogether this costume was described by Phazina as ravishing the gown adorning the lady and the lady the gown her graces set forth against the sheen of voluminous satin folds like those of some portrait by Sir Joshua or Gainsborough How could you expect any one not to know you continued the speaker as this little coterie drew smear their masks a pretext for mystery You nay Impersonate but you cannot de echo That is n poor compliment since you take me for nn actress laughed the lady A hilarious outburst from Sic looked with blanched face toward the allot- nn III assorted cluster of maskers behind them drowned his reply and tho lady and her attendants passed on SaintProsper drew his breath sharp ly She Is here after all he said to himself A nostrum for Jilted bonus called out a mountebank seeing him standing there preoccupied alone at the sums time tendering n pill as large aa a plum punchlncllo jarred against him with Pnrdonnez mol pardlc On the perfumed nil the music swelled rapturously A waltz warm with tho national life of Vienna tho swan song of Lanncr Softly sweetly breathed Die Schonbrunnerj faster whirled tho moving forms Eyes hashed more brightly little feet seemed born for dancing cheeks pale at midday were flushed with excitement Why doesnt he dance wondered the lady with tho white lamb Carnival comes but once a Ylurn mad merry time when gay oty should sweep all cares out of doors Said Strcplion to Chloe For a kIss Ill jive thee the choice of my Hock Said Chloe to Strephon What bliss II youllIl1ddtl the sift B new smqck t uuram Ml the lively nymph as sue tru ped by- Said Chloe to Strephon For a kiss Ill return theo the choice of your flock Bald Strephon to Chloe What bliss With It Ill buy Phyllis a new frock she concluded throwing a glance over her shouillertA sudden distaste for the festal fer ment the laughter and merriment n desire to escape froth the very exu berance of high spirits and cheer led tho soldier to make his way slowly from the ballroom to the balcony where although not removed trout till echoes of liveliness within he looked out upon the quietude of the night Overhead stretched the sky a Measureless ocuan with here and there a silvery star like the light on n distant ship an unfathomable sea of ether that boat down upon him Radiant and serene In the boundless calm of the heavens the splendent lanterns seemed suspended on stationary craft peacefully rocked at anchor Longings suppressed through months of absence once more found full sway Susans words were recalled by time presence of the count Suddenly the song of Die Schon brunner ceased within and as its pulsations became hushed many of the dancers an elate buoyant throng sought the balcony Standing in the shadow near the entrance aroused from a train of reflections by this ab rapt exodus the soldier saw among the other merrymakers Constance and the count who passed through the door so near he could almost have touched her Here she is said time count as they approached an elderly lady seated near time edge of the balcony Ah madam he continued to the latter If you would only use your good offices in my behalf Miss Carew is cruelty itself Why what has she done asked the good gentlewoman Insisted upon deserting the ballrooms In my day said the elderly ally of the nobleman you could not drug the young Indlosl from cotillon or minuet and the men would stay till the dawn to toast themI And Ive no doubt madam your name was often on their lips returned the count gallantly who evidently be lieved In time Spanish proverb Woo tho duenna not the maid Then In love the games well played The ally In his cause made some laughing response which the soldier did not hear Himself unseen Saint Prosper bent his eyes upon the figure of the young girl shadowy but obvious In the reflected light of the bright con stellntlons Even as he gazed her hand removed the mask revealing the face he knew so well In the silence below time fountain tinkled over so loudly as she stood half turned toward the garden a silken head covering around her shoulders the head outlined without adornment save the popples In her hair Her presence recalled scenes of othe- rdaysthe drive from the races when her eyes had beamed so softly beneath the starry luster Did she remember He dared not hope so he did not To him It brought also harsher Memories yet his mind was tilled most with her beauty which appeared to gloss overall else and hold him n not impassive spectator to the place where she was standing She seemed again Juliet tub Juliet of Inns and schoolhouse stages the Juliet he hall known before she had come to New Orleans whose genius had transformed the barren stage into n garden of her own crew tlonAnd yet something made her differ ent An Indefinable new quality np geared to rest upon her lIe felt Ills heart beating faster lIe was glad he hind come For the moment he forgot his Jealousy In watching her as with new wealth of perfume the languid breeze stirred the tresses above her pal lid Immovable features Hut the expression of confidence with which the count was regarding her although ostensibly devoting himself to her com panion renewed his Inquietude Had she allowed herself to be drawn into a promised alliance with that titled roue Involuntarily the soldiers face grew hard and stern The counts tactics were so apparent flattering at tention to the elderly gentlewoman and a devoted but reserved bearing toward the young girl In which he would rely upon patience and perseverance for the consummation of his wishes But cer tainly Constance did not exhibit mark ed preference for his society On the contrary she land hardly spoken to him since they had left the ballroom Now clasping the Iron railing of the balcony she leaned farther out The flowers of the wine clambering up one of the supports swayed gently around her and she started at the moist caress on her bare arm It Is cold here she said drawing backAllow tne your wrap exclaimed the count springing to her side with great solicitude But she adjusted the garment with out his assistance You must be careful of your health for the sake of your friends accom panying the words with a significant glance The count Is right interposed the elderly gentlewoman as he usually is she added laughing Oh madam he sold bowing Miss Carew does not agree with you I nm sure turning to tho girl I havent given the matter any thought she replied coldly She shiv ered slightly nervously and looked aroundAt moment the lights were turn ed on in the gardenanother surprise arranged by the Mlstick Krewe Illu minating trees and shrubbery and cast Ing a sudden glare upon the balcony Bravo said the count Its like a fete champctre And hear the man dolins TralalalaIa Why what Is- M 0 y f mil e AMO thatl the Thousands have used this reliable remedy with perfect confidence and success for 62 years because they know just what it contains The formula consists of Hydrangea Mandrake Yellow Dock Dandelion Sarsaparilla Gentian Senna and Iodide of Potassium Any doctor or druggist will tell you that this is a scientific and reliable of great merit for all diseases having their origin in the Liver Kidneys or Blood After years of and patient experiment Dr Thacher so perfected the process of manufacture that it never fails to bring the expected relief when taken to directions Thousands of sick ones to whom has been a burden have written grate ful letters of thanks SPitED Oct 17 1902 I have suffered greatly with Indigestion constipation also a severe liver trouble with loss of Could not restwell at night In fact bad no energy towork or even walk around I felt like I was packing a heavy load and was easily exhausted until I took Thachers Liver and Blood Syrup which helped me almost from the first dose When I had taken one and onehalf bottles I kit like a different man and I knew that It was due entirely to your medicine I used In all three bottles anti consider myself perfectly cured At this time my appetite Is good I sleep well and feel strong and refreshed on arising the morning T L SPKE- UJf you nerd a mtdlctne write today for a Free sample bottle mid It Dr Thncher Health Hook l1fe advice We strytfy ask you to try it at our expentc irelcnowwhat alt druffgttt GO cents atilt 1OO Thacher Medicine Co Tenn She had given a sudden cry anti stooi staring toward the right at the hack of the balcony Within the orchestra once more began to play and ns the strains of music were wafted theta a host of masqueraders started toward the ballroom When the inflow of merrymakers had tensed bewildered trembling she looked with blanched face toward the spot where the soldier hind been standing but he was gone At that moment cathedral clock began to strike twelve times It sounded and at the last stroke the Mlstick Krcwe one by one began to disap pear vanishing as mysteriously ns they had come Pluto Proserpine the fates fairies nnd harpies Satan Beel zebub the dwellers in pandemonium the aids to appetite all took their quick departure leaving musicians and the guests of the evening ing the visiting military to their own pleasures and devices The first car nivalI hind come to a close To be Continued Cures Kidney and Bladder Troubles Deep Seated Cases Aching Back Mucous Discharger Etc For old obstinate deepseated Kidney Bladder and Urinary diseases take a bottle of Botanic Kidney Specific If you have agonizing pains in back swollen legs or abdomen dis charges from the urethra neuralgia of the bladder burning sensation or diffi culty in passing water also frequent desire or even involuntary discharges of the urine Catarrh of the bladder stone Brights disease disagreeable ode of the urine scanty amid high colored your kidneys and bladder are diseased Take Botanic Kidney Speci fic Soon all the syptoms disappear discharges ceaseaches in the back dis appear The burning sensation stops guaranteedIBotanic Kidney Specific gives strength power and health to the kid neys 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 nt my store or by express Call or write A R FisherCloverort Ky About the Soldiers Life nThe News has received a COPy of IThe Life of An Enllbted Soldier in the United States army by Lieuten antColonel Alfred Reynolds The pamphlet is gotten out by the government printing office nUll is a very readable little volume There are twentynine pages and ten illus trations of army life The object of the book Is to encourage more young men to enlist in the regular army by showing them the brighter side and oneabout which there are many erroneous ideas in the mind A Sure Thing It is said that nothing is sure except death and taxes but that is not altogether true Dr Kings New Disco cry for Consumption is a sure cure for all lung and throat troubles Thous ands can testify to that Mrs B vanMetro of Shepherdtown W Va says I had a severe ease of Bronchitis and for a year tried everything 1 heard of but got no relief One bottle of Dr Kingss New Discovery then cured me absolutely Its infallible for Croup Whooping Cough Grip Pneumonia and Consumption Try it Its guaranteed by Short Haynes Druggists Trial bottles free Reg sizes liOc 100- Ready for the Old Vets All arrangements are perfected bvI the Reunion Committee for entertaining the United Confederate Veterans at Nashville Tenn Tune 1410 Quick Arrest- J A Gulledge of Verbena AI- was twic in time hospital from a sev ore case of piles causing 24 tumors After doctors and all remedies failed Buoklens Arnica Salve quickly ar rested further inflammation and cured him It conquers aches and kills pain 25o at Short Haynes Druggists Button Articles of Incorporation have been med in the office of the Secretary of State of Indiana by the Leaven worth Ina Button Works The cap tnl stock is fixed at 10000 The buttons are manufactured from mussel shells found in the Ohio river between this city and Brandenburg w n- a rDR THACHEtPS Liver Blood- Syrup=CURES IY REMOVING THE CAUSE- A THREEFOLD REMEDY for 111 da to trouble Acts aa LJrtrdKUatft aad Purifies the Blood Buchu combination experience according life MISSISSIPPI appetite i Dr in 1IlIIIItullistor Chattanooga to the the Includ public C Makers Incorporate and STATE A S E WORK TrThe meetings held during the latter part of April in Kentucky were very successful There was large attendance and much enthusiasm President Ever itts reception at all of them was high ly gratifying and he feels to thank the good people ot that State for wavy courtesies and hopes they will push on until the tobaccoproducing inter est is thoroughly organized The Kentucky press has been very generous in their notices of the recent A Sol E meetings in that State both in giving the meetings publicity and in reporting them after they were held The people of Kentucky will apperciate their friends Deputy J W Lee who has charge of the A S of E work in Western Kentucky is an earnest man and effi cient worker nnd we expect therell 0 be something doing over there be fore the next tobacco crop Is on the market and there may be some sur prises in store for the tobacco trust 4Mr H B Sherman who accompan ied Mr Everett in Kentucky last month is an effective speaker and does excellent work Wherever he goes he will be well receivedUpToDateF- arming Mr oherman has organized strong local unions of the A S of E at the following places during Mayand will organize at others which are given either case being shown oy the dates below Hodgenville LaRrue county Nay 4 Hardinsbnrg Breckenridge county May U Leltchtield Grayson county May 11 Bnwnsville Edwonson county May IS Frank lin Simpson county May 18 Bowl ing Green Warren county May 14 Gallatin Sumner county Tenn May 10 Springfield Robertson connty Tenn May 18 Elkton Todd countI May 10 Russellville Logan county May 20 ClarKsvllle Mont county Tenn May 21 Hopkinsville Christian county May Si3 Glasgow Barren county May 25 Mnnfordville Hart conntyMay 20 Elizabethtown Hard in county May 27 Shopherdsville Bnlhtt county May 28 Bardstown Nelson county May 30 Springfield Wash county June 1 Owenton Owen county June 4 Ills that come tram Summers Heat A mother need not fear to greet When wi h Tefithiim shee supplied No ills with baby need abide Teethinal Aids Digestion Regula tes the Bowels aud costs only 25 cents at Druggists or mail 25 cents to Dr C J Moffett St Lonis Mo From the Human Ostrich John Fasel the human chain swallower was operated on yesterday at the German Hospital WllUam burg Fasal who has been a museum freak for some time is 23 years old and lives at 240 Varet street Two years ago he was operated on in St Johns HOB pital Brooklyn and a number of nails pins keys and knives were removed from his stomach After that opera tion Fasal had no trouble with the things he swallowed until March 12 He was to have undergone an operation in Bellevue Hospital and was getting ready for it when on Saturday I night at an entertainment of an asso ciation named after him he swallowed more metal articles They made his condition worse and necessitated his removal to the German Hospital Dr G O ljobe the house surgeon was in charge of the operation and more than a dozen doctors were present f The operation lasted for three hours and at the end nt that time the t following articles had peen taken from the mails stomach Six knives of different sizes one watch chain one key ring chain one hall door key one desk key four Yale lock keys one button hook four teen wire nails two iron nails fonr horse shoe nails and two t14 The operation left jUuf in a critical condition and ItWKS doubtful last night if he would reooverNew York Sun c A I Cloverport Planing Mill GREGORY CO Prop LUMBERDOORS DOORSSASH SASHBLINDS DOOR AND WINDOW SCREENS SHINGLESLATHS e LIME BRICK CEMENT ROOFING ETC J L MOORMAN DENTISTOfllce over Oolios 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 Gasoline for sale at f News Office H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDINSBURO KY Will practice his profession In all of the Jourts ot Ilrockentldga and adjoining coun flea SpecIal attention given to collocting road cases und criminal practice License to practice In United States District Courts Office over Bank Uardlnsburg W Hopsitlity W Jlri At Small Expense W n Entertalnmontthat UI pleasure to tJI I your Ifuestldoes not depend on 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antesawllw Ihk paper wren jmm write HEW IDEA rUBLXSHINO CO UI Broadway Hew Tlk Sour StomachNoness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour risings and catarrh of the stomach are all due to Indigestion Kodol cures Indigestion This new discovery represents the natural Juices of digestion as they exist In a healthy stomach combined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does not only cure Indigestion and dyspepsia but this famous remedy cures all stomach trouble by cleansing purifying sweetening end liningtheIK w I uysIs mUlltorKodol Digests What You Eat Bottles only trialsirePrepared by EO DWITT A 00 OHIOAOO Sold by nil Druggists Blind Man Makes Ties John T Jvellums a blind man from Chenanlt Breokenriage county wttaiIn town Monday Ho is n tie maker i but found that the timber was not suitable and returned home Mr Kel lams hue been blind for sixteen years but can hew a tie as well ua anyone Hswesrille Plaindealer Dr Board a Delegate Dr Milton Board of HopkinsyHle is one of the delegates appointed by Governor Beotcham to attend the na tional conference of Chinties and Cor rection to be held at Portland Me 1622CASTORIAI i For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought t teix t k The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY MAY 25 1004 Are FellowServants The supreme conrt of the United States last week laid down the princi pie that a telegraph operator for a rail road company and a fireman on a railroad engine arts fellowservants and that the negligence of the former causing the death of the latter in the operation of trains was a risk the fire man assumed and was not a ground for damages against the railroad com pany How many feathers on a rooster Oil at Mooleyville Charles L Fleck who is interested in the oil and gas fields of Mooleyville Ky was in the city on Wednesday locking for a driller After learning that the men who were nere hail left for Pennsylvania hftwent to Peters burg to try to net a man Re says the oil prospects at Mooleyville are bright Canuelton Inquirer Carries Iris Own State By a majority or 19 votes the Democratic State convention in session at Saute Cruz Cal last week instructed for Hearst for president 1S70QO TOTAL Increase Increase Succeeds Bishop Dudley Hopkinsville the John Murray of Baltimore elected bishop of doc of PIPudlett I Soldiers to Work Roads General Miles spoke at National Roads Convention Louis week recommend that 5000 soldiers in time of peace used building good thoroughfares riles said ne would have duced in congress resolution to effect I I OUR GREAT PROFIT SHARING CONTEST iI 25000 IN 3 500 PRIZES This is for Yom 1 1st Prize 10000 2nd Prize 50003rd Prize 1000 f 8 Special Prizes of S500 Each for Early Subscriptions E ery subscriber to THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS has a chanco to share in these cash prizes The subject matter of the interesting Contest in which these large prizes will be paid is the TotallopulalVote to be cast the office of President of the United States on the Sth day of November 1904 Every man woman and child in the United States should he interested in the greatest election the Country has had It costs you nothing to win a prize CONDITIONS OF THIS GREAT CONTEST Every subscriber who remits 100 the regular subscription price for a years subscription to THE BKECKENRiDGE NEWS will be entitled to one guess and will receive from us a corre sponding number of certificates These certificates will insure to him prizes which guesses will entitle him to claim When you send us your subscription also send us your guesses or esti mates of the Total Vote to be cast on November 8th for the office of President In making your guesses consult the figures below showing the total vote for President from Lincoln to McKinley Write your name address and estimates of the vote in the Subscription Blank below and mail the blank with your subscription to THE BRECKENHIDGE NEWS The paper will be sent to regularly and we will mail to you certificates containing the figures of the guesses which you send tj to us These certificates will guarantee to you prizes which your guesses entitle you to Keep j these certificates until the prizes are awarded that you can compare your figures with the official figures at the close of the contest The contest will close at midnight eyember 7th 1904 no I estimate received niter that hour will be allowed The official gu the government the total vote mst for the office of President will determine who ar emjepi to the prizes showingii awards will bo made by a disinterested committee of prominentjndgeg tjfefits the figures can bo ascertained When the prizes are awarded every snbsc14ber Who holds a certificate in the contest will receive a printed list of the winners In addition to trio large general prizes there are eight special prizes of 500 each for early subscriptions AJl have an equal chance to win these magnificent prizes Those who estimate or guess NOW havea chance to win a special prize and just as good a chance to win the capital prize of 10000 as the one who sends in guess Once It mean a fortune to you The money withon the last day of the contest Act at may been by the Press Publishing Association in the Centralwhich to pay the prizes has deposited Savings Bank Detroit Mich and can be used for no other purpose In case of a tie for any indi vidual prize such prize will be equally divided between the contestants Here is List of PrizesfFor the nearest correct estimate or S10 00000 For the second nearest correct estimate or 500000 For the third nearest correct estimate or guess 100000 For the fourth nearest correct estimate or guess 60000 For the fifth nearest correct estimate or For the nearest correct estimate or 10000 For tho 10 next nearest correct estimates or guesses teach 50000 For the 20 noxt nearest correct estimates or guesses e5 each 0000 For the 42 next nearest correct estimates or guesses f15 each 63000 For the 100 next nearest correct estimates or guessed 510 each 100000 1f For tho 314 next nearest correct estimates or guesses fScuch 403 prizes amounting to J2100000 Valuable Information Id aid In forming yonr estimates we furnish the following figures The POPULAR VOTE for President In the year 18H was40241re1868 was 5724088 of 4223 percent Ie72 waI6466I of 1294 per cent 1878 wasB412133tncreaso of 3010 per cent I 1880 was9200400increase of 947 percent 1884 was 10014983 Increase of 907 per cent 1888 was113a0800hcreaso of 1330 per cent 1692 wa l200351increase of 590 per cent was139310increase of 1545 per cent r 1800 was150D653lncreaso of 28 per cent WhAtwlHUbe Figure it out or at It and send In your subscription It may mean a fortune to you Be careful to your name figures and P 0 plainly Dont fall to take advantage of the SPECIAL PRIZES At Just week U was the se Ken Nelson A the Good at St last and ed be in Gen intro a or bill this CASH for ever any his you any so and ti of soon as his The guess guess guess 20000 sixth guess 1904 guess write Rev In addition to the foregoing prizes the following SPECIAL PRIZES FOR EARLY ESTIMATES will be paid For the nearest correct guess received before July 1st1stS 50000 For tho nearest correct guess received on or utter July Island before July 15th COOCO Fur the nearest correct guess received on or after July 15th and before August 1st WOOO For the nearest correct guess received on or after August 1st and before August 15th 50000 For the nearest correct guess received on or after August 15th and before September 1st 50000 For the nearest correct guess received on or utter September 1st and before September 15 50000 For the nearest correct guess received on or after September IStluunI before October 1st 50000 For th0 nearest correct guess received on or after October 1st anabefore October 15th 5000C Total 600 prizes amounting to 2500000 Subscription Blank Inclosed find f to apply on subscription account Nllmo Postofflco State My Estimates of the total vote to be cast on November 81004 for the office of President are I Remember that tha CAPITAL PRIZE Is 10000 and that there are EIGHT SPECIAL PRIZES of 50000 each for EARLY ESTIMATES SEND ALL ORDERS TO THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS t Cloverport Ky t i As to Cloverport- Mr J A Everitt National Presiden of the American Society of Equity in writing in UpTo Date Farming of bis trip through Kentucky in April Bays in part- Cloverport was an extra meeting Mr Everitt was persuaded to stop ove there and although without previous announcement or advertising nearly three hundred people assembled in the hall Saturday night to hear the true way to cooperate to control marketing and make prices This section is well organized under the leadership of EB Oglesby and the organization work will now go forward with a rush The local union at Cloverport Ky adopted strong resolutions on the occa sion of President Everitts visit there and pledged themselves anew to battle for the cause of equity UpToDate FarmingIMr Joseph Poininville of Still water Minn after having spent over 2000 with the doctors for stomacl trouble without relief was advised bj his druggist Mr Alex Richard to try a box of Chamberlains Htouiacl and Liver Tablets He did so and is a well mail today If troubled wilt indigestion bad taste in the month lack of aDfetho or constipation giv these Tablets a trial and you are certain to be more than pleased with the result For tale at JJ5 cents per box bj Short S Hayne- sCooperation in a Nutshell A KNOW BOUITAUIE PRICE DONT SEW vain YOU CAN GET torn PRICE SEII AU THE BUYERS WILL TAKE AT YOUR PRICK STOP THE MOMENT THEY WONT TAKE ANY MORE The result will be controlled market lug the demand seeking the supply marketing a years supply over a yens to meet a yeais demand NO temporary surplus as at present These things the farmers can do without an effort when a million or more receive the same advice at the same time about the same thing If ouI dont fully understand the matter for pamphlet TO make a new country upToDate Farming A Startling Test To save a life Dr 1 U Merritt of No Mehoopany Pa made n 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 hat not had an attack in 14 months Electric Bitters are positively guarant ed for Dyspepsia Indigestion Consti patton and Kidney troubles Try them Only 50o at Short x Haynes A New Industry This The Somnoln Medicated Pillow Com pany incorporated yesterday with 10 000 capital stock and a possible maxi mum debt of 2500 The incorporators and their holdngs lire F Hoffman 251 shares F Clifford JiiO shares P M Delus 20 shares Fridays Courier Journal Ladies and Children who cannot stand the shocking strain of laxative syrups and catharti pills are especially fond of Little Early Risers All persons who find il necessary to take n liver tnedicint should try these easy pills and com pare the agreeably pleasant and stren gthening effect with the nauseating find weakening condition following the use of other remedies Little Early Risers euro bihousnessconsti pation sick neadache jaundice ma laria and liver troubles Sold by All DruggiHts Highest at Owensporo TLe tnp of the tobacco season was received by Charles McKay on Thursday when he was pnib 1150 11 525 fort load of fine burly product The re naming four loads sold brought only the average price of the past week Fridays Qweusboro Nessenger KinderBishop Hardin Kinder the wellknown pressman and Miss Cora Bishop went lo Cannelton last Wednesday morning and were married there that afternoon Miss Bishop is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Geo Bishop of Holt Mr and Mrs Kinder will reside in this city Readoqt Tobacco Rates The L N1g fl St L and I 0 railroads have readopted the agreement prevailing for the past two rears on export tobacco rates from Western Kentucky through Louisville ir 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SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS Interest paid on time deposits w I IFirst State Bank f IRVINQTON KY W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VicePresident- H H KEMPER Cashier i of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited iiAccounts I Interest Paid on Time Deposits eeeeeeeeeeNeereeeee eeeeeemeuceeeeemeeI THE i Fifth Avenue I 4 HOTELLouisville W PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr T n nd 1The most centrally located and only firstclass hotel In the clty maklnp a 1 rOO rate iOnl1 one block from the principal t shopping district and two blocks from the principal theatres m Street curs pass the door to all parts of the city- Everything neat and clean 1J eeeeeeetsoee eeceeerreeeeeceeeeeeceeeee ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD Two fast trains DAILY Louisville to MEMPHIS and NEW ORLEANS Direct line tob HOT SPRINGS ARK New firstclass line Chicago to ST PAL MINNEAPOLIS B 5 and the NORTHWEST Best of service Free reclining chair cars Q 5 Pullman Sleepers Dining service a la Carte u CES peelal Low One Way Personally Conducted Ex Round trip Rates In IUMIiicurslon Sleepers Louisville t the Southwest on First e EWtoto CALIFORNIA eachSg IITEXAS d4j1BEST LINE TO HOT SPRINGS ARK I For Folders and Descriptive Matterof California New ttrlrnnsClrcnlars lhcrtptlte of Lands In the South and through tickets apply to ntartst railroad agent or address 9h Z F W HARLOW D P A Louisville Ky g eeeeeeseeeeeeeeassessaeeeeeeaeeeereeteerma111NNIINO1Neo111 I i iiDAN BROOKS do CO i ii 1LIVE STOCK + i COMMISSION flERCHANTS 1 i CENTRAL STOCK YARDS LOUISVILLE KY r NOecoooooeooeoooooooooeooeoooooooeceoooooooooeButterick nrq PatternsNew J D B bbsLge agtiL A BLESSING TO HUMANITY 4 The New Quaker folding bath Cabinet t cures rheumatism lagrippe kidney troubles blood and skin diseases aches and pains lumbago and prevents diseases of all kinds Baths are taken before retiring 100 pagelbook telling how to use it free t Weighsabout 10 pounds Folds flat in inch space 41 x 27 inches 30 inches deep large enough for person weighing lless than 250 pounds Regular price g7 by special arrangement we can fill orders for 4 Ev eryone should have one of these cabinets AddressCabinet Co Box 80CloverpirtKy I How Many Feathers on a Rooster i x y T ry BRECKENRIDGE NEWSJ- NO D end V Q BABAGE Editors and Proprietors Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price f100 a year or 1185 If paid at the end of year CARDS ON THANKS over Bve lines charge I DP at the rate of 10 cents per line OBITUARIES charged for at the rate Of 5 y Cants per line Money In advance Ezamlnn the label on your paper If It Is not correct please notify us When ordering a change In the add Subscribers should give their old as well as the new address EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY MAY 21i 1001 There is always room at the top for the biggest strawberries Four morefor Theodore I hope no Postmaster Duncans gardening in the Evening Post Is all right and easy but just try it in the ground with the sunbillng Gown There are mightyfewtravelers to the Worlds Fair from these parts Charlie Durham is the only man with nerve enough to run up against it Harry Scanners says itisall a mis take about Hearsts barrel ItThere is nothing in it not enough to sendI out literature The pool rooms ofLouisville might put on the wireless and go on with their business The Star Roller Mills in this oityI are advertised for sale in another column It is one of the heft willingI properties of its size anywhere in this section and it is a splendid oppor tunity for ii mill man to invest The business is well established and the Golden Crown bread made by this mill is the housewifes long ing We cant make good broad out of anything but Uoldeii Crown say the housekeepers Brandenburg is a dry town now or soon will be Tins is good for Brand enburg and tho rising generation especially A saloon never helped a town big or little and the live upto date progressive towns are doing away REMEDY THIS liIARRH Is sure to GIVE eClYeAh Satisfactiont4 Ells Cream Balm Gn Rditl ai Once It cleanses soothes pMdRcurbsIn the heel quickly It Is absorbed Heals and Protects tbo Membrane Restores the Senses or Taste and Smell Pull site 80c at druggist or by malt Trial Size lOc by mall ELI IIItOTIIER M Warren St New York with them We congratulate the good men and women of dear rid Branden burg on ridding itself of an evil that has been sapping the life blood of many of its best men and boys for the past twentyfive years Col DicK tteditor of the Evening Post Is just now reaping the fruits of his good work In com batting the evils of Louisville His is the only journal in that town that has stood day in and day out for the reforms so much needed In that fair city We congratulate him for his good work and may he never let up Ho has run the poolroom gam biers out of town and is now making a fight for a free ballot public con tracts to the lowest bidder and thoI abolition of the Fiscal court reforms that are not only good for Louisville but for the entire State There is more Catarrh in this sec 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 n local disease and pre scribed local remedies nnd hy constant ly failing to oure with local treatment pronounced it incurable Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore I requires constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured ty F J Cheney Cc Toledo Ohio la the only constitutional cure on the market It is taken internally In doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful It acts directly on the blood nnd mucous surfaces of the system They offer IefnllsIe testimonialsAddress j CHENEY S CO Tole do Ohio Sold by Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for consti pation Greediest Performers The Great Martell Family Tho Very Greatest Bicyclists in nil the Vorld The Great Garclnettl Family 8 In number Marvelous Acrobats who have startled all Europe The SllvertonsTlght Wire Walkers The Brothers Roschetta Europes Greatest Barrel Jumpers Miss Effie Dutton Indisputably tho Most Astonishing Bareback Equestrian- on Earth Miss Rose Dockrlll The Queen of the Circus The Most Graceful in Arenic Circles Miss Kitty Kruger Especially selected from the Most Renowned Riders of Europe Miss Blanche H illard A Brave and Fearless Rider whose Skillful and Adroit Riding Excites the Most Unbounded Admiration and is Wildly Applauded FORDSVILLE Miss Maria Bratcher is visiting in HartfordMiss Coppage spent Sunday iin OwensboroT of Chicago is visiting Frank Bennett- Master Hubert Quinn is spending a week in Owensboro Miss Walker of Trisler is visiting Mrs John R Walker Mrs Levi Beard of New Albany is visiting her children here Mrs George Wedding of Hartford is the guest of Nrs Clarence Keown Mr and Mrs Armea of Caneyville are visiting their daughter MrsShrewr bury Mr and Mrs Robert Armes of Ola ton spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs M R Smith has the frame work up for a handsome cottage on the street back of the Baptist church Rev George Muckly of Kansas City Mo11 delivered an eloquent sermon at the Christian church Sunday evening Mr and Mrs Sam Wilson will leave soon for South Carroltou where Prof Wilson will be principal of the school The E W Smith furniture house of Owensboro has established branch house here with Clarence Smithas manager RAYMOND Mrs Henry Ba bam is some better Raymond Rhodes left last week for Wyoming Otto Mercer went to Hardinsburg rhursdayMiss Grant visited friends at Shiloh Saturday Miss Blanche Payne is visiting her sister at Webster Several from this place attended church at Shiloh Sunday The iuaut child of Mr and Mrs Pin- ey Norton died last Thursday MrsGeorgie Hnrdin is at Hardinsburg isiting her sister Mrs Tom Beard Miss Nary W Cashmau went to lIar linsburg Thursday to be present at ex unimttion and will visit her cousin Miss Helen Hawkins near Hites Run Miss Fanny Kroush and Mrs Wm inrdln of Rome were in the city yesterday having dentfJ work done by Dr J L IoormanI E Free 1030 M DailyAfternoon at 2 and at 8 oclock Warren Killed A telegram was received here Monday night stating that Warren Campbell had been k1 ledtrractiailroad excursion iu Colorado tNOJther partlcnlars- were given About two years and a half ago Mr Campbell was an engineer on the Henderson Route and has many acquaintances here This spring he was here on a visit- Clover Blossoms Picnic The Clover Blossomsthe juvenile mis sionery society of the Methodist church went to Buffalo Wallow several miles below the city last and had a delightful outing and picnic The party was in charge oi Mrs R B Pierce and made the trip in the Seven Hills bus Fishing on Rough Creek HardmsburgKy May 2qSpecial- A fishing party composed of T J Hook Morris H Beard Gus Brown C aude Mercer aad Henry Dell Moorman are camped on Rough creek near the junc tion of the two forks They are expect ed home sometime this week with plen ty of fish stories JUt mc r er nn ao I r My cook an old darky Informed me one morning Miss Annie Is goln to be married tonight Is you got a present for met to But Mariay I said youve got a husband alive and hateut been divorced It would be bigamy1 Yell Miss Annie I dont care hes done blgotted fust LIpplncotts Magazine HARDINSBURG County court day last Monday Circuit Court adjourned last Thurs the wife of James H Allen May 28 a boy Vic Robertson made n business trip to Owensboro last week Miss Maude Smith closed her school here last Friday W a Ball went to Munfordville Saturday on n business trip Fred Ferry of Cloverport spent Sunday here visiting friends Roscoe Severs of Pikeville was in the city Sunday visiting friends Miss Lytie Ford has returned nomo from a visit to friends in Louisville H G Robertson nail Eli H Deane of Qlendeaue were in the city Fri dayMrs Mary Ford is having the hotel in its Americas Europes Shrewsbury- Jack Campbell 3 Rings 2 Stages Halfmile Track Scores of Original Features 100 Phenomenal Acts 25 Clowns 20 Hurricane Races 10000 Seats 1000000 Camels and Elephants A 2 Exhibitions Night Saturdayafternoon dayBornto repainted Harvy Woods is doing the work Mrs Win M Hensey and daughter Miss Eva were in Louisville last weekThomas J Moore spent Saturday and Sunday at Glen deane visiting friends Marion J Thomas left Tuesday for Crawfordsville Ind were he expects to locateMrs H Pile is visiting her ulster Mrs Orrin Hardin of near CloverportMiss Murray returned home Sunday from a visit to relatives at Clciverport County Clerk W F HOOK attended the Old Fiddlers Contest held at Glen deane on Saturday last Mrs Mary C Ford was the guest of Mr and Mrs D S Richardson at Union Star Sunday Gen and Mrs David R Murray were the guests of Hunand Mrs D 0 Moorman last week Hon Chas Blanford and D C Heron of Bewleyville were here Monday attending county court Mrs George Wolf of LouisvilleI will arrive this week on a visit to h er sister Mrs Morris H Beard Henry Eskridge of Dawson Springs is here visiting Mr and Mrs Morris Spring Humors Conic to most people and cause many troubles pimples boils and other eruptions besides loss of appetite that tired fccliug fits of biliousness indigestion and headache The sooner one gets rid of them the better and tho way to get rid of them and to build up the system that has suffered from them is to take Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Forming in combination the Spring Medicine par excellence cf unequalled strength in purifying tho blood as shown by unequalled radical and per manent cures of Scrofula Salt Rhoum Scald Head Bolls Plmplos All Kinds of Humor Psoriasis Blood Poisoning Rheumatism Catarrh Dyspepsia Etc Accept no substitute but bo sure to- Ilet Hoods and get it today 1 tWT IiOr The Pontiac Drilled Soldiers inthe World 41 r tf s EskrIdge and other relativesfIf JJ H Zirkle and H B Ot1nnin r ham of Tell City Ind where gIIlast Saturday on n business trip The Misses Moody of who has been visiting the Misses Hrodie returned home Thursdav InK the dof Mr and Mrs Wm G Haswell spending the week at the guests of Mr and Mrs Geo MoCnbbins areiiJf you will have your eyes nnd fitted with proper glasses your bead will not hurt you any more Lewis Ball Mrs A S Edelen of Burgin who has been visiting B F Beard and other relatives returned home Saturd-ay Ix Mrs Percy M Beard and children have returned from a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs D S Richard son at Union Star N I I will be In West View June 28 nnd 4witn Codys photograph gallery tprepared to take all kinds of pictures J A Brown r 1 Messrs Frank DeHaven Millard 2 Frank Will Miller and Charles Smith have returned from n trip through California and Oregon The local order of Red Men in ac cordance with their usual custom 7t lt decorated the graves of their deceased brethren last Sunday The Rev J H Lennon conducted the services j Tho rate to Chicago from lure on account of the National Republican Convention is 1020 for the round trip Dates of sate of tickets Juno r 1020 Iinclusive return limit June t 29 J Mrs Chas L Beard Mrs Alvin Miss Alice Baker were entertained by Mr and Mrs Herbert M Beard last Thursday I Joel H Pile wAnt to Louisville to hear Bob Taylor in his new lecture Castles in the Air He was delight l ed with the erGovernorand says thatthe cannot be equaled on the lecture platform We are opticians We are prepared to do the very best work We guess at nothing Your eyes treated cor rectly and scientifically Eyes tested free Lewisite Balluptodate jew- elersund opticans y f I 1 I 71 Corning all Gorgeous Grandeur SELLS DOWNSIHI I UNITED SHOWS Menagerie Grand Street Parade ZouavesThe Capt Winstons Trained Seals i and Sea Lions Polar Sea Marvels William Rollands Royal Rushing H 0 35 Horse Tandem Hurdle Race fII Without doubt the greatest arenic horse trainer andIsidesaddle export whose genius originality grace andad mirable skill fire the admiration of the most noted horsemen i Daring 35 Horse Tandem Hurdle Race around the big hippodrome racing truck in which magnificent display one thoroughbred is ridden and 34 others reined in the lead and r driven at a breakneck speed jumping high hurdles as they fly paesenting at once ono of the most daring finished and graceful feats of equestrianism ever And 100 I CHEAP EXCURSION RATES ON ALL LINES OF TRAVEL 11thSATURDAYS 3Rough JJoel witnessedI t 1 lull s Pills After eating persons of a bilious habit will derive great benefit by taking one of these pills If you have been DRINKING TOO MUCH they will promptly relieve the nausea SICK HEADACHE and nervousness which follows restore the appetite and remove gloomy feelings Elegantly sugar coated Take No Substitute 1 The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY MAY 25L loot t Pure leaf lard lOots IbPopbamII Bros H Babbagea bargain tiny Saturday May 28- Tlfe I public pchool will close next FrIdayINew potatoes 0 l2cts lb Popham Bros tf New cabbage 3 l2ots poundPop ham Bras Miss Maude Polk spent Sunday In HawesvllleII Gut one ot the June magazines at J D Babbages I rl Prof J M Ragsdale returned Fri 4dayI to Louisville Capt and MM Nat Ahl return ed J J Friday to Mow aqua IllJJ Iji Large sheet of carbon or tracln g paper tor lOo at J D lllbbagesII S E Wilson returnei Sunday fidm j a visit to relatives at Raymond i Fivedrawer drophead sewing I machine price sJlO Popham Bros 1The local recruiting office tor the regular army has been dlsomtmuedI I Great stories in McLlures for April I Special price of roJ D Babbage I Ueo Hemphill of Cannelton was J tho guest of relatives here lust week A speolal sale of ladies vests Sat urday at 5c for cash only Babbage I Soni Robt Woods came down from Louisville Friday for n short visit to friends Dr CT McCarty of Spottsville 1lit the guest of his son B M Mo Carly Mr and Mrs J M Fitch and little son James spent Sunday at 11LQdlbl1rg t Gwinn Bush was called to Eliza V beth town Wednesday on account oftt 4Fv G the illness of his brother ii Will Bowmer of Louisville was r the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs W H Bowmer Sundayy H Rev S O Christian preached to I large congregations at the Baptist v church Sunday morning and ovenhlItI I There were no services at the M tj E church Sonth Sunday on ac p I count of the illness of Mrs PIL 1 Sing Miss Emma Young came np fromI Henderson Friday to spend several Vdavs with her sister Mrs ConI 1 Sippel V Miss Freida Dick of German V Ridge Ind returned home Friday i a visit to nor cousin Miss Lena 11afterj i Mrs Mary Coyly and daughter- I Miss Sarah Goyls of Cannelton who i aebeen the guests of her cOUS- tO1lJ E Larkin of near town returned i i home aturdayIMrs Harvey English of Ammons rI and Messrs Abe pitto and Cary It Applegato of River View were the guests of Mr and Mrs J D Bab l bage Sunday I Mrs V U Babbaga and Jno Burn representing the local church j to Beaver Dam yesterday to- tttwentj the South conference of the M E b SHYLOCK C Shylock was the man who if wanteda pound of human i flesh There are many tShylcksnow the convalescent the consumptive the sicklychild the pale young iE wom nt all want human flesh and r theycan get ittake kScottfs Emulsion Scotts Emulsion isn flesh feandr blood bone and muscle fettfeeds the nerves strengthens the digestive organs and they fe 2feed the whole body if For nearly thirty years IIScotts Emulsion has been the great giver of human flesh C i We will send you a couple of ounces free SCOTT i BOWNE Chemists 409415 Pearl Street New York j joe dad fioo all druggist I 1 r j r How many feathers on a rooster I German millet 125 per buPop ham Bros- Bannnan and lemons ICcts dozen Popham Bros N TGrpves of Hawesvilie was in the city monday Roscoe Severe is at home on a visit from Pikevllle Ky The Tell City is again In commission after undergoing repairs M V MArlOW of Patesville moved his family to Waverly Tenn last week Westrop Sanders arrived in the city last week from New York to visit friends There was a big excursion for colored people on the Henderson Ronte SundayMr and Mrs Darnell Dowden went to Brandenburg Wednesday to visit his parents Jno Fisher and daughter Adelle of Owensboro were the guests of relatives here Sunday Miss Effle Swiiggot of Owensboro is the guest of Misss Lillian and Mary Sippel A burning of the Brice railroad tun nel kiln was made at the Patton brick yard last week June Munsey is full of rich and absorbing literature now ready at J D Babbuges Mr and Mrs Chas Elder returned Thursday from a visit to their son Felix at Hendenton Mrs Jas Moorman of Ulendeane arrived Saturday for n visit to Dr and Mrs J T Owen Frank Fraize was the guest of his brother C M FrMze nt Elizabeth town last Wednesday The June magazines are tull of good reading for summer days Just in at JD Babbages Everybodys magazine for June is full of the best literature and illu tra tions 10oJ D Babbage Mrs W J Shgrinnn of Toledo Ohio is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs W H Bowmer- G W Hall of Union Star and G W Payne and son Gordon of Stephens port spent Monday in the city Strawberry and ice cream snpper in Oelzes Hall Friday night given by young ladles of Baptist church Mr and Mrs Harry Morrison went to Louisville Wednesday to visit Mr and Mr3 J D Gregory Mrs Curtis Schull and children of Henderson were the guests of Mr and Mrs Con Sippel last weeK Guess how mans feathers on the rooster at tbe News office and get the handsome buggy for your trouble Miss Grace Plank entertained a number of friends at Her home Friday evening in honor of James Younger Wm Owen came in from Glendenne Saturday to visit his sister Mrs F T Heyserand his brother DrJT Oweb Misses Linnie Tate and EffieBrown of Owensboro werethe guests of Mr and Mrs Marion Weatherholl Sun dayDowell RobbIns of Howell Ind was visiting his parents Mr and Mrs A R RobOlD at Webster last weekSecond street from the Catholic church the to L HHt L shops is being graded and a new sidewalk is being made We pay the highest market price for ginseng yellow root and May ap ple root either m cash or trade Popham Bros- Thomas Wroe and daughter Mies Maggie Wroe took the teachers examination nt Hatdinsbnrg Friday and Saturday J am prepared to entertain Worlds Fair visitors at No 3827 a Windsor Place St Louis Will be pleased to see youFrank Haswell Freel free t free I Saturday May 28 One package ot celery food Only a limited number to be given away Come earlyBabbage Son Mrs N T Groves of Hawenville and daughter Mrs Lon Johnson of Marion were the guests of Mrs Lucy Uregory of this city and Mrs Conraa Simons of Toblnsport idSaturday and Sunday Getting uot ot treat What was it your husband wanted to see me aboutnqulred Mrs New llwedB papa I think ho wanfetf to borrow a couple of hundred dollars from you she said lIes so anxious to get out of debt Philadelphia Ledger Not Needed Bclovr This Is a funny ship How soT They Lava no clock In the cabin Oh nol But they always keep a watch on tho deckStray Stories Cutting Him Its cruel of you to snub him Hes a good sort If ho Is a rough diamond Thats the reason ho needs cutting Judge More Important With your daughter as my wife sir I can conquer tho world But that Isnt the question Can you make enough money to keep your self In clothea4Life R L Newsoms COLUMN= I One Piano Harvester with self Binder in good running order Call for a ba- rgalnR L Newsom Now my friends I advise you not to read the following list if you expect to hold oti to your money as the tempta tion will be very great to invest it in some of the bargains offered- I shall take pleasure in driving you aroundand showing you the city propertyNo and house Oak and Main 2000 No 4 Lot and house Oglusby Avenue 1000 No 5 Lot and house Eustlund 800 No II Lot and house Ouk street 800 No 7 Lot mid house Fourth street 800 NoS Lot und house Huston street 500 No 0 Lot and house Third und Center 500 No 10 lot and house Ilardltis Creek 500 No ii Lot First street 500 No J2 Lot and house Short Lino It It 400 No 13 Lot and house Ouk street 350 No 14 Four pasture lots 300 No 15 Tollgate house 300 Note Lot and house River street 300 No17 iatand house Klver street 300 No 18 Lot turd house Wall street IXO No 19 Lot and house Oak streot 275 NoO Lot and house Kastland 2V No21 Lot ami house Kastland ISO No 22 Lot and house Center street 300 Nol Lot Wall btrcot 20- Nu 21 Lot Wall street 220 No 25 Lot and house Wnlnut street 00 No 2rt Lot ami house SII llardln 200 No27 Lot and house Center street K5 No 2x lot anti houso Center street 175 No 2ii Lot mid house Chestnut street 125 No 30 Lot Fifth street 55- No31 Lot Ed 1ate IUtli street 150 No IS Lot Kd Pate corner Chestnut 75 No 83 rat on Short Line It It 100 No 34 Lot near Sam noun 75 No 35 Lot near Mary Dean 75 No 3d Lots 2 Center street IftO No 3T Four acres lllshop 11111 250 No 83 lot I acre and Section House 175 No80 Lot OakstrectnurSandrrs1v0No 40 Lot No 41 Farm V6 licrcs und house 500 No 42 Farm 100 inres and house 000 No 48 Farm 52 arras on 1lko i00 No 44 Farm 32 sacs anti house on pike 200 No 45Voodland55acrus 275 No 48 Woodland 70 acres wo No 47 Woodland I acres 400 No4S VooIlanrl72acres 375 No4 Three tmlldlns lots Elm strict 300 No50 Ono uCftnmhtonu Iturry in pike 25 ORDER BY NUMBER- I also have an Austin Stone Crusher with 12horse power Eclipse Frick Engine which I will dispose ofon reasonable terms Good elevator attached mud all suitable appliances for making good roads Can crush stone as fast as two men can feed it and can be set to crush it into lust Engine power sufficient to run a saw mill Congo to 11 L Newsom if you want Deeds Mortgages Agree upinform papers that willl stand be fore any legal tribunal lie also acts as Notary Public countyAttention out and certifying of Pension Certificates HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Round trip homeseekers excursions to West and Southwest first and third Tucsdnyseoch month at greatly reduced rates One way second class colonist tickets to South and Southeast first and third fuesdnys each month at reduced rates One way second class colonist tickets to West and Southwest first and third Tuesdays each month at reduced rates Sprung meeting new Louisville Jookey Club May 218 For this occasion rate of 820 for round trip Uloverpurt to Louisville and return dates as follows May 3 to 10 Inclusive limit to re turn 3 days from date of sale Sunday not included in the 3 days limit Ten days tickets to be sold daily com mencing April 25 limited 10 days from date of sale 03p Coach Excursions to the Worlds TuesdaylandMay 17 and continneing tlirngh until Thursday June 30 Fare 080 limit 7 days including date of sale no hand baggage checked 125 for round trip Cloverport to Louisville and return Sunday May 15 on trains leaving Cloverport 607 a m and l40 u m good returning all trains same date Sunday Excursion Rates Season 1904 Qntil further notice tickets will De sold on Sunday between Cloverport and all local points at one tare for round trip mimimntn 25 cents except to Louisville West Point Irvingt on Hawesville Owensboro Henderson and Evansville which will be one fare pins 25 tripIGeneral Association of Kentucky Baptists Campbellsville Ky June 13 18 1004For this occasion rate of l503 for round trip Cloverport to Campbellsville Ky and return will be made on June 13 and 14 good returning June lO 1904 Zc vrnt You Are Associate reverently and as much as you can with your loftiest thoughts Mans noblest gift to man is his sin cerity for it embraces his integrity also The finest uses of things are the accidental Routine is a ground to stand on a wall to retreat to Bo resolutely and faithfully whnt you are be humbly what you aspire to be Disappointment will make us conver sant with the noblest part of our na ture We render men tho best assist ance by letting them see how rare a thing It is to need any assistance err + I WartsI ihI it Advertisements Inserted under this head atone cent a word per week = u =FOR SALE pRINTING Presses und Cutting machines lot of good Laundry machines Also new and secondhand Gas and Gasoline EnKlnes MAKTIN GABLE 518 3rd Street Louisville Ky- F01tSALEBarred Plymouth Rock ERRS pure stock Eggs 100 per 15 Can flit all orders promJltly Send mu all order wIll please you Address Mrs Z T Cox Ikron Ky FOR SALE FOItSALEOno Gray RUKle measures S or tip All right every way TaiJellnKTurWANTEDAGENT fANTEDSeverul persons of character and good reputation ID each state one In this county required to represent and ad vertise old established wealthy huslness house of solldll nanclal standing Salary 21 weekly wither penses additional all payable In cash each Wednesday direct from head olllre Horse and carrhiRe furnished when necessary References Enclose selfad dressed envelope Colonial Co 334 Dear ion street Chic- agoSteer III i j III clear 0- of fake Horse traers1Dont a horse from an unreliable horseman Getting beat in buying horses is an everyday occur ence and such occur ences cost money People having only a limited experience in horse dealing should not buy a horse from a mere horse trader unless they have positive proof of the mans honesty To misrepresent an animal is the aim of most horse traders be cause that is their only hope of sale If you are thinking of buying a horse get on the safe side by dealing with VIC ROBERTSON Hardlnsbure Ky L118 ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 48 Dally Fast Train leaves Cloverport 507 A at West lolut only arriv es at Louisville 715 A M No 42 Daily Mall and Express leavesi Clo 040 A M stops mull way stations arrives Louisville 1215 11 bL No 44 Dully Stall and Express leaves Clo verport 443 PM stops at uU way stations ex cept Pierce Arrives Louisville 7101111 WEST BOUND No41 Dally bt Louis Mull and Express lenves Cloverport 10OU A M arrives Evans vllle 1250 t51 arrives St Louis 711 1111 stops only at llawcsvllle Lewlsport Powers Owensboro Stanley Heads Spottsville Baskets Henderson No 43 Evansville Mall and Express leaves Oloverport795151 Stops stall way stations Arrives at Evansvlllo 1030 P M1 No45 dully St Louis fast train leavesClo verport 1040 P M arrives Evunsvlllel2p A M St Louis 720 A M stops at Hawesvllle- Ovfcnbboro and Ilendcrson only N041JOloverport Accommodation Dally loaves bloverport at 600 a m Stops at ILl stations Arrives at Evansvllle 100 a m KeturnlnR leaves Evansvllle at 530 p m arrives ILt Cloverport 830 p m Trains Nos 41 4241 and 44 make connec tion at Irvington for Fordsvlllo every day ex copt Sunday Trains Uf 43 and H make connection on Sunday forFordsvllle train ThruoRU coaches on trains 41 4441 and 461 Parlor cars on trains 41 42 43 and Through sleepers on trains 45 and 40 reclInlnR chair curs between Louisville and Lt Louis on trains 45 and 40 Wceil A weed is n plant that grows In abundance out of desired limits Any plant may become a weed by escaping from cultivation Many plants that with us are highly esteemed in other countries grow ns weeds while on the other hand our weeds aro in other countries sometimes highly prized The correct use of the word dependsI nltocether on circumstances tOftItA fJJJQJWrwtAr LAST WEEK WE TOLD OF THE EXQUISITE QUEEN QUALITY SHOES =FOR LADIES THIS WEEK We want to enlarge on our shoe lines in general shoes and Oxfords for everyone Fathers mothers sisters brothers and the baby Let us have your feet we can fit you TRY US NEXT PAIR YOU NEED JCNOLTEBROMASONIC CLOVERPORT KY ldMJIM1 war Ced1ck Milling CoGRANDVIEW IND F 1 Going to the Worlds Fair at STlOUIS 7777 USE THE- HENDERSON ROUTE THE LINE THAT IS COMFORTABLE BE YOND A DOUBT FreeII Reclining Chair Cars I Official Route For KentuckiansI to ST LOUIS Ask for Rates L J IRWIN General Passenger Agents GEO L GARRET Traveling Passenger Agent Louisville KyI I 7 1 r PAINTS While Lead 5 I2cls perIlb nLinseed Oil lists per gal m Mixed Paints 65c to SI1 per gal r Paints 25c to SOc per gab mmRoI ri Mail Orders Solicited c I S H McCrsxcken ff- I m I Phone 413 Cloverport Ky r o i 7 JOHN S CULLEY m mBRICII CONTRACTOR fij Louisville Ky rHow many feathers on a rooster It y Speeds Best Being plainly told and ours is of CADICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR The finest for nil baking Its made from the choicest lougberry Red Wheat We buy this from the far mer direct and from this finest of wheat Cadicks Gold Dust Four is pro duced Try it today All1 grocers sell it v G BABBAGE AttorneyatLawPUBLIC Many years experience in sot tling estates All collections reas onable Cloverport Kentucky Stylishs- pring clothes r All the latest pntteiiiH for suits and trouscis in high 1 mudebyanteed Moderate prices Ex pert tailors employed- J II HUNSCHE Casper May t Co CHuneltoit lad One man guessed there were 5000 FeathersOn ROOSTER If his guess is right he will get the first prize which is a FineBuggy BuggyThere I ThereAre Other Prizes The Breckenridge News I WEDNESDAY MAY 25 1004 Great Reception Given 1 Last Wednesday afternoon the Ken tacky building at the Worlds Fair was given a special christening in a man per that inllysustained the States reputation for hospitality The occasion vrab an informal reception to all the newspaper people attending the World Press Parliament From lfiUU to 1801 called during the two hours of the reception the visitors regIster snowlni that ten foreign tonntries and thirty twoStat and Territories of this Gov eminent were represented in the rathe cosmopolitan crowd President Fran cue registered as from the Worlds Fair Missouriex Kentucky A Cure For Piles I had a bad case of piles says O F Carter of Atlanta Ga and con salted a physician who advised me to try a box of DeWitts Witch Haze Salve I purchased a box and was en tirely cured It is splendid for pile1giv ing relief instantly and I Heartily re commend it to all sufferers DeWitt Witch Hazel Salve is unequalled for its healing qualities Eczema and other skin diseases also sores cuts burns and wounds of every kind are quickly cured by it Sold by Al Drngglsts Expert Crop Inspector Working from the eastern to the Western section TJDargof Washington special field agent of the United States agricultural department has been inspecting the crops in the state He has recently inspected the crops in Indiana and several other northern states and will report to Washington that they are the best in many years Kindly Tak e Notice that Elys Liq uid Cream Bitten is of great benefit to those sufferers from nasal catarrh who cannot iiihale freely through the nose but must treat themselves by spray ing Liquid Cream Balm differs in form but not medicinally from the Cream Balm that has stood for years nt the head of remedies for catarrh It may be used in any nasal atomizer The price including a spraying tube is 75 cts Sold by druggists and mailed by Ely Brothers CO Warren Street New York In The May Century The May Centurys features of war interest willbe Unhappy Korea and Korea the Bone of Contention both from authorities The Rev Arthur Judson Brown D D author or The New Era in the Philippines is secrotaryof the Board of Foreign M lesions of the Presbyterian Church Be huts traveled in Korea and kncws the conditions whereof he writes conditions which may woll make Korea unhappy Homer B Hulbert wno contributes the account ofKorea the Bone of Contention will be remembered as the author of The Sign ofthe Jurna and narrator of II In Search of a Siberian Klondike When you want a pleasant physic try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are easy to take and pleasant in effect For salA by Short Haynes Japs Lose Two Ships Tokio May 19Vice Admiral Togo hat reported as follows A report from Rear Admiral Dewn says that the cruis ers Kaluga and Yoehiua coelined during It fog off Port Aurthur on May 15 The YttlinatikttIv1 jiiiitly ol her crew being saved On the same day the battleship Hat suse struck a Russian mine and sank Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Dont Know it How To Find Otit Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let It stand twentyfour boarsn a sediment or set tling Indicates an condi tion of the kid neys if stains your linen Ist evidence of kid ney trouble too frequent desire to pass or pain in the back is also convincing proof that the kidneys and blad der are out of orderWhat to Do There IsI comfort In the knowledge so often expressed that Dr Kilmers Swamp Root the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish In curing rheumatism pain in the back kidneys liver bladder and every part of the urinary passage It corrects inability passingItwine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the extra ordinary effect of SwampRoot Is soon realized it stands the highest for its won derful cures of the most distressing cases If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists In 50c andl sizes You may have a sample bottle of this yonderful discovery And a book that tells more about It both sent ymaIJAddresl unhealthy it It It Horn of SwampRoot Co Binghamton N Y When writing men tion reading this generous offer in this paper Dont make any mistake but romomber the name Swamp Root Dr Klluiers Swamp Root und tho address Binghamton N Y on every bottle r i 41L J to 1 i IIr aI I +Y HARIAN flARNESr l NEW FASHIONS 1 r Discusses Negligee v Coquettish Corset Covers v ll f r y Refinement Perfume r- i+ + There is little excuse for the woman who is without tasty and becom ing negligees in this day and age of exquisite textiles at prices to suit the multitude For the little coffee jacket and short slipons that nil went once under the head of dressing sacques there is an embarrassment of riches in materials Soft silks in the daintiest effects are abundant and of cottons there is no end A charming use of embroidered lawn flouncing id shown in the pic ture The body of the garment is sherred onto the fitted yoke which is outlined by H band of faggotting The depth of the flouncing also makes the sleeve- The corset is also receiving an unusual amount of attention It is not only a corset cover but is a coquettish and charming garment as well A pretty one is made of lace flouncing with n ribbonrun through oerrrrterrrrpierr rrrrrrrrrrgrrrrrrrrrtrYrrrrrrrrrKrt t Enormous Wealthq Ancient Jewsr Riches Under Old Accumulated Now r WenorahA- ARittilAAititititiAitA oititiliAailitititA tAAAilAililitAitAdI1Q Before the Christian era we be lieve the Agadio hlstory of the Tal mud there were richer men than now Joseph accumulated numberless bushels of as the sand of the sea and virtually cornerel the of the world until the people confessed that all their money was gone and were forced to transfer their property to Joseph noting Pharaoh Tra dition says that this immensM lidniqa tion was by order of Joseph hidden underground in three distinct parts ot the world One treasure was unearth ed by Korah To forman idea fObis lifelfortune we are informed that Iit re quired no Jess than 300 white mules to carry the keys tohis storehouses and those Keys were not made of heavy metal but of light strips Pesahirn page llOa Averaging live leathern keys to pound and the carrying capacity of each mule to 200 pounds there would be a total of UOOOOO keps Figure so many storehouses each valued at at least 810000 and they equal OOOOOOOOO or thrice the amount credited to Rockefeller No wonder that Korah being so rich thought he had apull to influence the people against Noses and Aaron Kiog Solomon had 40000 stable horses and 4000stables for 1400 chariots with 12000 horsemen Every horse was worth ISO shekels and every chariot 6 shekeIsT Kings v 0 x 20 II Chronicles 4 The following items might have made his stable inventory 40000 horses at 160 shekels HH 6000000 1400 chariots ut Coo shekels H 840000 4000 stalls utulxmt 1000 shekels 4000000 12000 horsemen ut SO shekels H H 300000 shekels HHHH 11200000 A shekel is worth about Co cents in American money giving a total of 000000 But when we consider the high purchasing value of a shekel at that timp from the standard value of a slave at 30 shekels or 15 in comparison to the value of the slaves in the South before the Civil war which averaged 1000 at this rate the price of the stable multiplied by about 60 would bring the total to 309000000 at the present low purchasing value of money Without counting the cost of saddle harness livery outfit and food for the horsesI and men Voltaire calculates that the gift of Queen lBheba to Solomon was worth 4200000 German thalera and sarcsati cally remarks as Solomon was n ii ui ofh u the beading And as to petticoats Never was such a wealth of beauty m petticoats as milady displays when she lifts her voluminous gowns which now in all but the walking skirt have to be lifted in front by one hand while the other grasps the SKirt at the back and draws it around to the side net however in the vcljar manner adopt ed by many women recentlya man ner which I am happy to say was a voided by the truly refined woman Corsets have assumed a position of paramount importance in miladys wardrobe for no woman can expect to present an uptodate appearance with a carelessly fitted corsetnor is it exciusablein these days when the j best mnaufactnrers are placing modos of corsets such as the C B a la Spir ite on the market in such variety of styles and prices that any fiqure or purse can be suited Daintiness refinement and harmon ious cojprings are the marked charact eristics of the seasons fashions milady and as much good taste is dis played in scents as in any other ac cessories of the toilet And in this woman is not alone for men there are who can fully appieciate the subtle charm of exquisite odors as swell its their widely acknowledged hygienic value The world seems to be realizing again that our forefathers showed reason in the use they made of sweet herbs and aromatic plants as preventives against infection und material is not the lacking for a volnmninons history of the fashionable taste as it has been expressed hy the various per fumes made by the famous Lubin of Paris for many generations of the worlds most fashionable men and we en and in Enigma their latest per fume the verdict is that they have reached the acme of refinement in scents Marian Marne t Of to the Dispensation Far y- sa Greater Than any From the V tAAititititA4A if corn production for leather the 0 up Total 5 that for gallant King he must have recipro cated in double kind which Voltaire considers a highly exaggerated sum for the Jewish kinglet And yet this 1t u mere bagatelle in comparison with the cost of his luxurious stable equip ment The estimate of the amount expended in erecting Solomons Temple at approximately present day value of metal and labor is as follows sooo talents of gold ntS24oooSl 2ooooo IT 000 talents of silver at CfiO llioooiI- Hooo talents of IJrllss lit 1250 223OO looooo talents of Iron lit rv 5oooot- JSoooo laborers 7 years at 250 per 375oooo- 3Cooo H overseers 7 yuurs at 5oo3 1Kx ooc 10000 drums at jH Sooo To Hiram Knt of Tyre 14ooo kor of whom 44Soooo bushels at Doc H 4o32ooo- 14o o kor of burley 44Soooo H bushels at 3cH 15tl8ooo 14 ooo bath wire 3oooof alions at 60cH H 41 oooc- 14ooo bath oil USo gallons at Sot 4iooo Tota1H Wlii5ID Besides probably an equal amount for precious tones marole and other building materials waiting a grand total of about 500000000 The above figures pro based on the account given in I Kings v and I Chonicles xxix of Davids preparations for the Temple together with the aonations bv the leaders of Israel Herods temple was even superior in beauty and more costlytIlt was built of intersecting bevellededged alabaster and marble that resembled the waves of the sea But even Herod was outHeroded byI the magnificent labyrinth in the dual metropolis of Alexandria Egypt con trolled by the Hellenistic Jewish pop ulation which R Judah estimates as twice 100000 the number of Jews in the Egyptian exodus The labyrinth contained seventyone cathedrals for the Sanhedrin of the Great Assembly Every cathedral cost no less than 210 000 talents of gold This item alone seventyone times 210000 times 24 000 foots up 257840000000 When Jerusalem was besieged before the second destruction there were three rich Jews named respectively Nikodemon Ben Glorion lien Kalha Sabna and Ben Tzitzlthhakesath They resolved rather than to surrend er to the enemy to feed all the inhabitants of Jerusalem during twentyone years if necessary One of them stipulated to furnish wheat and barley another to furnish wine tinfoil and another firewood Assuming that the population was 1000000 by actual census at the Passover festival in the year GO or three years before the des truction and allowing but 100a year t yjti4y wl u iJ Iit Iz r at Bethdin sum copper denarim about and various headgear ordinary least the cosmetics And have been with the for One of the Beautiful Women of Qhica o res lates an experience BOURGE of Ashland Boulevard Chicago Ill to Pierce recently as follows tI am glad testify the public what your done for me had been troubled with catarrh for number of years i had used many but failed to any change and was about give hope last tried and found just what represented be used a number of bottles of Pierces Golden Medical Discovery and say have not felt in several years headaches become a com mon occurrence have disappeared as the endured through and nose voice has wonderfully proved using your medicine would without it and shall forever give praise your worthy medicine SS LLIi EVERYWHEREBOURCIEX Recommend Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery coughs and throat troubles It cures Bronchitis Laryngitis Weak 4Lungs Bleeding from Lungs public speakers Sore Throat Hoarseness and Suppres sion or Loss of Voice This vegetable tonic has ingredients which allay cough and at the same time it purifies blood thereby getting at the seat of the difficulty for cold or catarrh is produced bya stagnation of the blood supply The U Discovery purifies the blood by eliminating the corrupt and poisonous accumulations which are the source of many diseases It gives new life and strength- E D LOE of Princeton Mo sends his sincere thanks to Dr Pierce as follows tt About one year ago took what our home doctor called La Grippe and was bothered with a dry hacking cough also bowel trouble all summer People of acquaintance said I was going fast with quick consumption Had weighed one hundred and eighty pounds before having Grippe but had become very when commenced take Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery After taking five bottles the bowel trouble was completely overcome and my cough was gone Sick people especially those suffering from disease in chronic form are invited to consult R Pierce Buffalo by letter free f MJFM AWAYHo charge Is mado ion Or Pierces Common Sense Vli wM Jtw Modlcal Advisor it Is sont FREE on rcoolpt ol stamps pay expense of mailing ONLY Is the boat modern medical work containing motto than one thousand largo pagos valuable advice and Informa tion Sand onocont stamps for the olothbound volume or only stamms for tho book In paper covers Address Dr R V PIEROE Y rtGREAT1I idime novelsaleZ T Over 250 novels from which a selection may be i t made A new has just been received and in o this lot be found stories by the writers of to i iiday Thrillingly interesting stories they are i each has a well laid plot wisely worked out g and ended with a hairraising climax i j ToldiiI Y f Most Famous Writers I H pu + o Love stories stories of great adventures tales i = of daring deeds and heroic acts told interesting ij from start to finish Everyone wanting liter J ature should come to this sale iThree novels for just 25 cents Six for 40 cents j ii = Come and stock yourself for summer reading I 2JNO D BABBAGE i H Cloverport v V V Kentucky i SNN 1 NN N 00 for maintenance of a person the sum would be 92100000000 It is interesting to note that the daughter of NiKodemon was allowed by the Jewish court of a daily of 400 gold denarim for her cosmetics ottoman was worth 17 cents there were twentyfive copper pieces In one gold denarim 425 and multiplied by 805 days equals 02050000 without taking into account sums for her dressmaKers bills or naments and pin money which in cases exceeds 100 times at value of would swell the total to 124100000 000 outside of otherhousehold expen yet Miss Nikodemon appears to dissatisfied smell appropriation her cos metics as she sneeringly thanked the Judges for their liberal ityand wished their own daughters tofare no better The rabbis hoW i lJt L Z M JdeO Miss ELIA 47 wrote Dr to be able to to medicine has I a other remedies find to up all I your medicine it it is to I Dr will that I as well My which had entirely well as burning sensation I my eyes My im since I not be I to for nose a the a I my thin I to Dr V N Y + to It of 31 21 Buffalo N lot can one ly up I e the That ses rabbi ever accepted the curse with grace aud answered II Amen J R Johanan Benl Zakkai witnessed the Kethuba marriage jointure of Miss NiKodetEon wherein was record ed her dowry of 1000000 gold denarlm 425000000 besides the dowry of her fatherinlaw Nikodemon himself is reported to have stepped on silks all the way from his house to the Beth fiamidraeh daily and every time the silks were allowed to be picked up by the poor- Among other rich celebrities are RElieber ben Azariah who contribut ed an annnal tithe ot 12000 sheep on un income of 120000 sheep or at 10 a piece 120000 per annum and R Judah hNasi Iwhose stablemaster WAS richer than King Sbabur As a rule the Agadio stories are intended only as moral lessons Nevertheless line a good historical novel they have some basis in the under ground And no doubt there existed immense riches in those times more than the average modern historian cares to admit j Y THIS IS A- Presidential YearA- ND YOU MUST KEEP POSTED The way to do this Is to re d the WEEKLY CourierJournal HENRY WATTERSONEditor TWELVE PAGES ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY 1sOOycjrREVENUE SOCIAL HEFOIOI MORAL REFORM The COURIERJOURNAL Issues thl but JUminic publlihlf Sind 35 cull for I copy by nliliICOURIER JOURNAL COMPANY LOUISVILLE KY By a Special Arrangement you can get th- eBreckenridge News and the WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL both one year for only 150 This is for cash subscriptions only All sub mustbeoffice 4 I Chintz Royalty f F Practical Surveyor also Notary Public I can survey your Lands write your Deeds and take tho acknowledgement at your home This saves you trouble and cost v Your Patronage SolicitedIf Address me at Hardinsburg Ky J ill 11- S A 3 3The Breckenridge News I tIJ WEDNESDAY MAY 25 1004 I ris NO PASSES FOR FAIR The St Louis lines have entered in to an agreement to Issue no passes on I Itraffio consideration between Louis ville and St Louis during the Louis iana Purchase Exposition The agree ment was reached Thursday by the Louisville Henderson and St Lows the Baltimore and Ohio Southwestern i and the Southern Railway which con jprise the three rival lines out of Lou isville for the St Louts travel An nual passes will oe rejected on the exposition trains but the trip passes will ba cut to I the quick as the roads nil expect more pay travel than their nearfuturescrew method on trip passes for their own protection The trains are not running us heavily now as it had beeny I expected but In the course of the next r thatevquired to taKe the crowds to St Louis l Cures Eczema Itching Humors Pimples and i I j Tryj l is now recognized as a certain and sure cure for eczema itching skin humors soibs scales watery blisters pimples aching bones or joints boils theTsKin old eating sores ulcers etc Botanic Blood Balm taken internally cures the worst and most deepseated cases by enrIching purifying and vit alizing the blood thereby giving a healthy blood supply to the skins Botanic Blood Balm is the only core to stay cured for these awful annoying skin troubles Heals every sore and gives the rich glow of health to the skin Builds up the broken down body and makes the blood red and nourishing Especially devised for 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 bv writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and free medical advice sent in sealed letter AFTER TOBACCO TRUST I Washington May 10Attorneyt General Knox is being pressed to in statute proceedings against tho Tobacco Trust and he has decided to take indirect preliminary steps in the mat ter and his subordinates have been directed to report as to whether pro ceedings shall be inaugurated tor vi elation of the law pertaining to inter f state tradeThe commerce and the restraint of complainants to Mr Knox iniI the case are members of the House of I Representatives from districts in Ten nessee Kentucky North Carolina and other States growing tobacco These gentlemen represent the tobacco plant ers who claim that the trust other wise the BritishAmerican Tobacco Company Limited is pursuing its bu siness to their detriment in defiance of the lawns recently construed by the Supreme Court in the railroad merger Cass They have appealed to the At torne General to act and judging from a letter received today from Mr Knox their efforts are not without some degree of success H present tive Games of Tennessee this morn I ing was in receipt of the following letter from the Attorney General Sir Replying to your letter of May 10 relative to the British American Tobacco Company Limited I have I NEW THOUGHTS j Are you growing more attractive as you advance in lifeIGiven a healthy bodysays Dr R V Pierce the special 1st in womans dis eases of Buffalo W Y and a healthy mind and everyone can cultivate and enjoy hap piness We must eat properly and di rest well to be beautiful It Is a fact that any form of dyspepsia may in a few days trans form a clear white skin Into a mass of pimples and black spots A beautiful woman has the beauty of her stomach Dr Pierces Golden Medical Disaovertnain Was a persons nutrition by enabling one to eat retain digest and assimilate the proper nutritious food It overcomes the gastric irritability and symptoms of Indi F gestion and thus the person is saved from I those symptoms of fever nightsweats r headache etc which are so common A tonic made up largely of alcohol will I shrink the corpuscles of the blood and make them weaker for resistance j This is to certify that I have used Doctor Pierce Golden Medical Discovery think its the grandest medicine in the world writes Mrs V M Young ofWeir W Va I had dyspepsia in 1U worst form I decided to try your med acme I used five bottles and now I sin doing my own housework A number of my friends also are using Dr Pierces medicine and they recommend it highly May God bless you in your grand work Dr Pierce believes that a tonic madewith alcohol will shrink the red blood corpuscles and make the system weak for resistance that is why he avoided the use of any alco hot or narcotips in his Medical Discovery which contains the pure extract from roots and herbs without a particle of alcohol Accept no substitute forGolden Medical Discovery There is nothing just as good for dyspepsia or debility Biliousness is cured by the use of Dr I anesPleasantPelletsPl t 1r ft jt n t pt 11 g fhcir Demeanor In f He slow It may be jf proved Advantages Cnmmon Sense Out Jc Association Where i must be a Chaperone Where one Is not 1 Y tAAAAA A A AitAAAA A AAAiKKKKrKIrKKiarKKKKrKKKKKKKrrKKrKKKKKKKCfKrKKr K In the Spring a young mans fancy lightly turns to thoughts of outdoor sports So does that of the young wo man In factit is extremely probable that they have not waited until now to hesto w coneiderati cn cf en such matters planning tor them while still the snow was blowing and the streams frozen Now ns the ruads get in good order and the mud dries from the tied the golf clubs are brought out the wheels are overhauled and pnt in condition and all sorts of plans are laid for Sat urday halfholidays and vacation times With the return to the possibility of this sort of thing arises the annual question us to how much liberty is to be allowed our young men and our young women in their association with one another Are they to go about together unchaperoned as they have done frcrn tune immemorial the country and small towns or nil he rules of smart society in the big cities to be complied with There are advocates of both sides of the matter and each has its pros and c ns There is a somewhat exaggerated idea of the conventions that exist in this respect even ID large cities and among fashionable folk A fierce light beats npon the throne and those who are almost as well known as roy alty and have their actions chronicled n all the papers have to abstain from many simple joy they doubtless covet Those who follow hard after them in their struggle for social eminence but who have not yet attained to it often imagine themselves to be of so much importance that they must conform to certain rigid requirements Thus for instance I heard not long ago of one of these seekers for soci tycol umn fame who severly criticised a mother for permitting her eighteen year old daughter go to the opera unaccompanied except by her thirty Ylar lId brother The mother should have gone along or else sent some elderly woman friend pronounced the condor There is no knowing to what remarks the young people laid themselves open by going unchaper oned To which a sensible woman replied The persons who recognized them would understand the situation and it would not be worth while to worry about the judgment of those wno did not know them We may afford to lay aside the con sideration of such standards as these and study rather what rule should be followed in the small town or the- o untry neighborhood among youn men and women who are in good so cial standing there How shall they deal with the problem of the choper one Shall they ingore it altogether or conform to it in certain instances and neglect it in others And how IB the discrimination to be made Here is one of the matters where it is almost imnossible to make a post referred it with its inclosures to Mr Abraham M Tillinan United States Attorney for the Middle district of Tennessee with direction to receive any evidence you way possess or that may be submitted by you or others tpnding to show a violation of the Federal law relative to restraints on interstate or foreign commerce and with further direction to report suck evidence to me with his opinion as to its sufficiency to establish a violation of the law Yours respectfullyP Baptist Meeting Friday At Corinth Baptist church Jolly Station at 10 oclock next Friday morning the BrecKenridge county Baptist ministers will begin their second Fifth Sunday meetingto which everyone is invited The following program for the occasion has been ar ranged Teaching of tho New Testament on LlvingJ T Lewis Hew Testament Teaching on Loving t 4 JII r tire statement The personal equa tion counts for a large amount In every circle there are to be found young women who could be protected by no amount of chaperonage and oth ers who would be secure in the midst of any and all temptations lint put ting aside either of these extremes although I like to think that tho latter is not MII extreme but just what one might look for trout any nice well brought tin American girllet us try to frame u few general plans In the first place then before granting permission to your daughter to accept invitations to on door junket ings from young men be pretty surf of your young man He should not be picked up at nndom so to speak It is bad enough it the man who calls on a girl in her home is the chance ac quaintance with no endorsement ex cept from those who know only his name but it is mush worse if he is to be a girls companion on a row or a ride or even on tae golf inksal though the last is probably the least undesirable locality in which to be left alonewith a comparative strang er Putting aside all other questions there is always the possibility of acci dents of one sort or another on out door excursions and the girl who ac cepts a yonng mans invitatiois for one of these should be sure that he to the wan on whom she would be will ing to depend in case of sucn an acci dent Also site should know the man well enoughor her mother or father should know him well enocgbto be sure that his character is such as to make hIm a desirable companion He may not be of necessity a bad sort and yet his bringing up his associates may have peen such that a girls parents may feel it is decidedly inadvisa ble that their daughter should stamp herself in public with him as his friend and companion But if ho is known to be a clean honourable well bred young fellow and if the girl is the right sort of self respecting young woman there is no reason why the two may not have certain outings to gether without leaving themselves open to criticism Of course all these out ings must be chosen with judgment Suppose a girl and a man have been infected with the returning fondness or bicycle riding The new wheels fare enough to win even old boys and old girls to a desire to learn what wheeling really means Is there any reason why the young couple should not go out for a short spin or for a long run None in the world If they choose to take a compact lunch with them and eat it by the roadside and rest there afterwards and read or chat they may do it without fear of cen sure provided always provided that they are the sort of 3 oung man and woman I have described I do not think it is tho wise thing to per mit this liberty too freely among heed less feather brained boys or girls There may be no real harm In it But the nniirnl spirits of youth do strange things sometimes and many a girl or boy has been carried away to an exhi bition of romping a display of hoy denishness that has laid up store of un comfortable feeling for later days when a better appreciation has been gained of true dignity and self respect Take them for all in all our boys and girls aro pretty thoroughly to be relied upon and the worst there is to fear from them as a rule is a lapse in to silliness lint even this it is well to spare them And so I say be sure of your boy and girl before turning them loose unchaperoned If they have been trained as they should have been they will be guilty of no mistake out both should have had practical ly the same sort of training before they are granted full liberty The rule that applies to cycling ap plies to boating to fishing to walking to riding to driving If signs the BrothrenE B English Pauls Teaching and Practice concern ing ministerial SupportS O Christian The Bible Doctrine Concerning Sin W V Harrell Progress of Mission Work in the Apos tolic AgeD F Shacklett Sermon on Missions D BClapp Mission Board Meeting at 10 a m Saturday Made Young Again One of Dr mugs New Life Pills each night for two weeks has put me in my teens again writes DH Turner of Dempsey town Pa Thoyro the best in the world for Liver Stomach and Bowels Purely Veget able Never gripe Only 25o at Short Haynes No More Race News As a result of the New York crusade against gambling betting etc the r1 1 f I i KStKyIAuthor of Cradle and r Nursery First Aid Y to the Young House Y YingMadel to Eat In City Y Tents Etc AilitAAAA AAAAAAAA AAAAt go for anything however there will probably be more wheeling during the coming season than any other of the sports I have named The bicycle is not what it was once a machine that had to be cleaned and oiled the moment it was brought In from an outing The new chninless does away with this nuisance The coaster brake the possibilities of u two speed gper give charms to the wheel that it never possessed before It is a season when It is necessary to decide what rules we shall lay down for our yonng people when trey go bicycling Once upon a time it might have seemed needless but we are entering upon a different order of I things Even Jthe best bred boys and girls will occasionally givei way to the an imal spirits foresaid and umke fools of themselves That is they will have a tendency to do thus And for that reason it Is a good thing for their parents to send them out equipped with a sufficient store of good advice Of ten it is mere tnouchtlesanesa that makes young people ride along country roads yelling like Comatiches and disturbing the peace of quiet folk Sometimes they seem to lay aside their manners when they put on their cycl lug togs On this account it is often more desirable to have a chaperone when there is a large party tuna when there are only a few on the expedition A racket of any sort is contagious and where two or three people would not think of waking the echoes with shrieks of innocent glee a dozen or so would be pretty sure to raise a rumpus There are other conditions in which n chaperone is advisable One is when the excursion is to be extended and n return made lute in the day If the party means to stop for a night any where a chaperone is indispensable It may be a jolly young married woo man or girl of the older set who is the sister of one of the younger members of the band In any case she will lend dignity to the company Even if a weal is to be taken at a hotel or inn it is well to have an older person along Once it would have been hard to find a woman of even comparatively mature years who could bA called up on to chaperone a wheeling party But we have changed all that The im provements in modern science are bringing things to suuh a pass that soon there will be no old people They will all of them be always young Keeping in step with this advance is modern invention making exercise not only easy hut a delight The vis ions that the old men saw and the draws that the young men dreamed in Bible times will be matched by the realities that will be achieved by the young middle aged and even elderly women who have the physical train ing that keeps them in order supplemented by the means that render outdoor excursions a joy How mane feathers on n rooster l Western Union Telegraph couipan ynnd the New York Telephone company on last week announced that they had shut off all race news over their wires to the pool rooms ol the country and that this branch of their service will be discontinued in the future It u hoped and believed that this praiseworthy action on the part of the Wes tern Union will Kill the pool room business all over the country All Druggists- do not hesitate to recommend Kodol Dyspepsia Cure to their friends and customers IndigestIon causes moreI 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 in digestion dyspepsia and all stomas disorders Kodol is not only a perfect diuestant but u tissue building tonic as well Renewed health perfect strength and increased vitality follow its use X lbNHBSTB cc Its the shots that hit that count Winches ter Rifle and Pistol Cartridges hit that is shoot accurately and strike a good hard pen etrating blow They are loaded with great care and precision and made in calibers suitable for all kinds of game from rabbits to grizzly bears If you want reliable ammu nition buy the timetried Winchester make 1 FOR SALE I3Y ALL DEALERSt 0 111 E srowliitf popularityIf tliU eat Southwest undtlir cuntlnual Imretts In travel to that section HThillyI on the first null third Tursdnys of earl month ID Homes ekers Houndtrip und Colonist one iVy r fluxedl rule dales imouruKM I9 tin 1riMo System to add to Its already complete train equipment TOURIST SLEEPING CARS infest pattern In Train No 5 learlnK St Louis S33 p in commencing December ieierotJ 101t and rich liNt and third Tuesday following until further notice U turnlnx Tourist Sloeper will arrive St Louis following Monday In Train No scheduled to arrive Union Station connecting with nil lines Diverging 0Sr d e and rats tier unndouble berth j ithalo H j SOUTH BERTH RATE NORTH 835 pin LT St Lotus Frisco Syntora Ar 720 am 433 ain Arstriagfluid100 ArJS05um ti00 a to Ar Monett m 1 OILII Ar 1040 p m e 410p in ArlltrLLOOm Lv JSttOnn 420pm 1lIrls 900 Tex Mid Ar 1150 a m amStilOuin Ar Houston 300 ire 010 pm e Returning Tourist Sleeper leaves HOUSTON First und Third Saturdays 910 p m For reservation address fin person or by letter nearest loeul representative of I Frisco System or district representative as follows- K M WISIIART T P A St Louis J STlART TAYLOR T I A Svarmille u SICILIANHALLSr gray hair then keep it Perhaps not 5 then rememberHalls Hair Renewer always restores color to gray hair Stops falling hair alsoUrR uI AJW4 tIf1flfJw ADDOLLOFS LOVE LETTER Written for the News by Iranti 1I ksoa IWlM1 ffJtI Mine Tear Lena Cull you valk mit me to der bisy preacher uud unf him tie us up so we villl be less than two It is such n strange teelingness I haf fer you In de warehouse of my heart Vy dont you said yes and wake some red blushes on your face Dont stood dere like n laundry vugon midoudt t tong ue Said somedings Dont you hear me saiding vords of Bon Bons und Inf Blease dont sent me oudt in der kraal vorldt mitoudt you I haf been alone by myself so long I am afraidt to tear off any more cal len ders unless you toldt me der day to receif ved ding bresents Den id vill be a pleas ures to tear off the calenders falster so der velcome day will not be so long in der journey Said id to me once two or three dimes i so I can dream myselt to sleep Dont throw me on der riffer i wait till I reach der swim ming school vere der waiter knows me Id is nod necessaries to toldt chew what my wealth Is finniciolly Are id V hen I go to der bank und put in cash der money cashier hIts to put a sign on der safe stooding room only I rill also said dot nil der gotlerment und odder bonds are veil iutrcdnced to me I luf you so much I dont know whether to run for Presi dent run a uoospaper or jist die sud dent Anyvay vy do you tear mine heart in little small pieces You are now killing me mat small degrees Hereafter shoot me in der vatch POCK et so I can leafder vorldtT mit a bull it und die not knowing whether you excepted me or refnseled Blease dont let me float aroundt in der rainy clouds much longer I vant to valk on der diamondt ot der pase pall grounds und stop ad third pase vere I can luf you pefore running home If yon vant to tear my heart some more begin on der bottom i the top part is gone to sleepI waiting my fate ad der gate Your patient Addollott A Story of a Young Man Who Without Asking Got Credit From a Large House rJ All business men have a number of important bu siness letters to write every month or two und it is necessary that they should make the best possible impression To do this good printed stationery is necessary just as much so as good clothes arc to n luaus appearance Kcccntly young business man who had been in the habit of using any kind of pa per and envelopes he could lay his hands on had a printer get him out a lot of finely printed stationery On this stationery he wrote a certain linn asking them if they would send him a certain kind of goods and asked them to specify what the carriage charges would be A week later he received their letter and V a bill for the goods mentioned The next day the goods came to hand HE HAD NOT ASKED THEM TO SEND THE GOODS PREVIOUS IIITO RECEIVING PAYMENT FROM HIM tOJtnkoNo doubt many merchants and other business men will read this story and lay it aside without thinking that it applies to them just as it did to this young man But it does And now if you have not good stationery let us print you some THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS Cloverport Kentucky 1 The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY MAY 25 10W BIG SPRING Jack Collins is having his house paintedMr and Mis John Morris are now housekeepingJohn is attending the races at Latolna Tom thief of Vine Grove was here Friday morning Chester Matttngly of Garret was the guest of his nnnt Mrs Buckler last SundayMr Mrs Charlie Htlth attended the funeral of her brother Horace Sham at Gnaton last Monday Jack Miller is home from Illinois visiting his parents Mr and Mrs John C Miller of High Plains Miss Lady Clarkson and her sister of Louisville are spending sometime with their parents Mr and Mrs Jess ClarksonR Dowell and son Clyde were in Louisville last week ana disposed of several hogsheads of tobacco at satis factory prices Owing to several cases of sickness Dr Strother was prevented from at tending the State Medical Society ut LexingtonMay 1810 Miss Daisy Trent of Custer who has been ill for sometime of nervous prostration and is under the treatment ot Dr Strother is now im provingJas Rawllnps of Owensboro who travels for a candy factory at Owens boro was here Tuesday calling on our merchants and shaking hands with his old friends us this was formerly his home Miss Bertha Brown of Ekrou is the guest of Mrs Charlie Stith They went to Lynnland College Wed nesday the commencement being Thursday Miss Nell Stith returned home with tbem Friday she having been there since loll Cured Ills Mutlier of Rheumatism My mother has been a sutlerer for ninny years with rheumatism says W it iii Howard of HusbundPa At times she was unable to move at all wnile at times walking was painful I prevented her with a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm and after a few applications she deoiaed it was the most wonderful pain reliever she had ever tried in fact she IH never without it now and is at all times able to wall An occasional applica tion of Pain Balm keeps away the pain that she was formerly troubled with For sale by Short A Hayne- sIRVINGTON Miss Blanche Claycomb is in St LouisMrs James has returned from a visit to her poonle near Rock Haven Point Galloway came over from Hardiusburg Sunday to see his mother Jesse Gardner of Union Star was here last week to see his broth ers Perry Weaver and fatuity of Louisville are at Washington Place for a visit Wo were glad to see Mrs Tom Hondriuk of Webster in town last weeK Ohaa Moorman of Elizabethan wits the guest of his sister Mrs Hines Miss Reehefll Mudd left lust week for an indefinite visit to relatives in Lonisvillo Mabel MoGlothlnn goes to Brandenburg to plav in a musical given by Mrs Lewis Little Cum Drury Frakes and Unole Mnlin were in Branden burg lust Friday Mr Blythe has bought the Davis property on Maple btreet and will move vry soon Miss May Claycomb left last week to flll a position at the Stewart Dry Uoods Store iu Louisville Ayers You can hardly find a home without its Ayers Cherry Pectoral Parents know what it does for children breaks CherryPectoral up a cold in a single night wards off bronchitis prevents pneumonia Physicians ad vise parents to keep it on hand Tho be+ t cough medicine money can buy to Aiens Cherry PectoralNut the coughs of children uothlup be better JAOOD SlllLL Saratoga Ind 25c bpi 910 J 0 AY1iR e0 All IrnggUHj for1nU Jllau j Throat Lungs IPectoralI e BABIES ON FIRE With Itching Burning Scaly Humors of the Skin Instantly Relieved by Baths with Cuticura Soap And Gentle Applications off Cuticura Ointment Instant relief and refreshing sleep for Bklntorturcd babies and rest for tired fretted mothers In warm baths with Cutlcura Soap and gentle anointing with Cutlcura Ointment the great skin cure and purest of emollients to bs followed In severe cases by mild of Cutlcura Resolvent co My nieces little baby boy two years old was so badly afflicted with eczema that ho needed constant watching It was all over his taco and ho scratched the sores constantly Mornings his clothes would be stained with blood and his face and hands would be covered His family never could take him out as his face was always full of largo sores They had medical treatment and tried everything they heard of She commenced using the Cutlcura Remedies last spring and found that at last she had a wonderful healer The sores left his face and ho was entirely cured and now his face Is as smooth and rosy as though no sore had ever been there to mar It Alas L J ROOTJ- ERUSALEM N Y FED 12 1898 On March 7 1903 five years later Mrs Hoot writes IC I received your note of kind in quiry and am pleased to Inform you of the permanent euro of my little boy lIe Is now a healthy child with pink and white skin free from all blemish It has been a marvellous euro andI brought about In a short time after all other medical aid failed Sold throughout the worn Cntlcnra Rciotnut ben- In tonn of Chocolate Coated Villi ttc per vial ore Ointment AIIe8oIP Me Depot London S7 Charter hoaeP4lara Hue de lahll Boton1h Columbus Ave otter line Ie Chemical Corp Sole Proprietor Of Send for The CuUcun Skin Book Miss Ellen Munford and Miss Mary Wrather spent Sunday at Webster tile guests of Miss Morrie Kurtz Mrs Floyd Roberts and children were the company of her father und mother several days the past week Crayton Claycomb IB gradually Improving from typhoid fever but i sforI yet at the infirmary in Louisville The Womans Foreign Missionary Society will hold nil open meeting Sunday evening at the M E church Miss Lena Mudd enjoyed n most pleasant visit to the Southern Baptist Convention in Nashville last week Miss Mary Cornwall has returned from Louisville where she went to see a sister who was ill with typhoid teverMiss Nan Lyddan WES here last week en route to Louisville and stopped to see her grandparents Mr and Mrs Henry Our town and neighborhood boys I and girls who have been away at college nil winter will return about j June and will be gladly welcomed homeDr Moremau was in Lexington last week attending a meeting of the State Medical Association Dr Foote had charge of the practlfta in his absence Edgar Bennett now at school in Lexington writes that the State College boys have an unusual opportunity to see the Worlds Fair at St Louis Their railroad fare to and from St Louis an encampment in the grounds and a ten days stay all for the small sum oc 1500 for each boy STEPHENSPORT Mr and Mrs J S Adair spent Sunday in Hawesville Mr and Mrs J T Lewis were i Louisville last week on business L B Helm who has been on the sick list is able to be out again The fruit crop is very promising nt present notwithstanding some complaint of apples dropping off Mr and Mrs b C Ferry and son Miller visited her parents Mr and Mrs E H Miller lst week R A Smith and E G Burt will return in a few days from Montana with one or two carloads of horses Mies Fannie Kendall after spending several weeks with Mrs WL Roberts has returned to her home at Yelving tonA L Stiles who is operating a drilling machine at Grnndview Ind is at home with his wife for a fe daysR A Shellman has repaired the interior cf his drug store by repaper nag and painting and a general over hauling Pastor J C Hoskinson assisted by Revs Smith and Prather are con ducting a series of meetings at the M E church R S Skillman is having some repairing done on his pnperty in the way of fencing painting oto John McCoy doing tho work The tobacco crop in this section for the coming season promises to be very short Iu acreage owing to the scarcity and smallness in plants nono being planted yet Hey J C HosKinson and family have returned from Stithton where they visited friends ana relatives and attended the marriage of Atlas Lizzie Palmer sister of Mr Hoekinson Mrs L T Rooorts has made quite an improvement in the appearance of the Baptist church and her two cottages by having them palntedtMesdrs Petit and Wilson doing the work Quito a number of people from r distance were in town shopping last Week some being from Chenanlt und beyond Union Star and Hardibsbnrj neighborhoods This little old town Is selling lots of goods Mrs S Blitz of Louisville who has been with her daughter Mrs S B Schopp for two weeks returned whofcame down Saturday Rev Thomas Smith of Hawesville filled the pulpit of the Christian church Sunday morning and gave a good lecture at the Methodist church at 4 p m on our Three Homes viz Earthly Church and Heavenly Rev Smith will continue to preach at the Suns Whooping Cough IIIn the spring of 1001 my children nud whooping cough says MrsD W Cappsof Capps Ala I uses Chamborlams Cough Remedy with the most satisfactory results 1 think this is the best remedy I have ever seen for whooping cough This rem edy seeps the cough loose lessens the severity and frequency of the cough ing spells and counteracts any tend envy toward pneumonia For sale by Short Haynes MYSTIC Our social events are on a stand stillBorn to the wife of 7 M Bnslinm a boy May 13 Farming is progressing very nicely in this neighborhood Mrs Ben Beauchamp visited Mrs J M Bashain lust Sunday Most all the young people of this place went to Shiloh best Sunday Misses Lena and Annie Adkisson went to Stephensport last Saturday to do some shopping The show at Poplar Grove school house for Monday night has prospects of a large attendance Miss Nora Harrison has returned from a six weeks visit at Stithton Vino Grove and other points Mr C L Pate of this place re ceived a letter from his brother in Nebraska who has been lost to him several years Mrs Bane a very old and valued resident of tnis place happened ro u severe accident last w ek while helping with son e light housework She loll and broke her leg and is now coubned to her bed Dudley DR FENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackache orXldnoysCUREIadder Dont become discouraged There Is a cure for you 1 It necessary wrlto Dr gannets Ho has spent a lift thuD curing lust such casoa as yours All consultations Free I suffered 10 years with backache and kidney trouble Tried a great many physicians without reljef Dr Fenners kidney and Back ache Cure is the only Remedy that ever helped me and after using only two bottles I feel en tirely cured Have no pain or ache of any kind Slisa ALICE McDONALD Omaha Neb Druggists OOc fl Ask for Cook UoolcFnci For Sale Ily Short I Haynes LIVER TROUBLES I find Thedfords BlackDrought a rOOd medicine for Uer license spanncAOLINEMAl1TIN If your liver does not act reg ularly go to your Irucgist and ThedfordsDlackDrauaht tonight This great family constipntcilbowela andcauses a healthy secretion ofbileThedfords Draughtwillllpurities and strengthen tbo kid cods A torpid liver invites andfeverness andoontagion Weak kidneys result in llri disease which claims as Many victims as consumption A 25cent BlackwkeptinBlaekDraughttadkidneycornplaints ItWILLIAM COPFAIAN Mar btehea IlL TtTEDFORD5 DLA 1- DRABnT MANY PEOPLE SUFFER WITH CATARRH OF KIDNEYS i Peruna is Invaluable in Such Cansii DANGEROUS KIDNEY DISEASES CURED Peruna Creating a National Sensation in the Cure of Chronic Ailments of The Kidneys Fred R Pennell Pianist Grand Opera House Hot Springs Ark writes Two years ago 1 came to Hot Springs to tako tho baths and bo treated for bladder and kidney trouble After spending two months hero under the care of one of tho moat prominent phy sicians and receiving little or no benefit 1 was persuaded to try Peruna I had little faith In It but after using one hot tea I noticed a marked Improvement Three bottles entirely cured roe I can cheerfully recommend Peruna to anyone aflllcted as I wnsFred R Pcnnell Thomas M Hicks 1131 13th St Louis- Ville Ky writes Neglected colds Irregular habits and overwork brought on serious kidney land bladder trouble My blood seemed EKRON Geo Frymire went to Irvington FridayMitchell Meyer of Rockvale was here Sunday Miss Cora Dowell is visiting rela tives near Webster Mr and Mrs B B Shacklet spent Friday in Brandenburg Quite a number from Ekron attend ed church at Hill Grove Sunday Revs Kimble and Kleton spent Sunday night with Emmet Jordon Miss Malhe Tilford whose illness was spoken of last week is no better Mrs S J Brown and Miss Dolly Guedry visited Miss Mnllle Tilford SundayRevs Kimble and Kleton spent MondAy with Mr and Mrs W 11 Fry in ire Mrs D S Childs has been quite sick the last few days but is now some better Dr S H Stith visited Ms parents Saturday night and attended churcn at Hilt Grove Mr and Mrs Walter Hunter of Brandenburg spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr and Mrs Tom Payne Our Sundaylschool is progressing nicely 4 full attendance and much interest is being manifested in the workMiss Addis Adkission and Miss Mattie McCoy spent last week with their grand mother Mrs Wash Coleman It is worth mention At the close of the service in Hill Grove church Sunday Rev Kimble announced the wellknown fact that the church was greatly in need of an organ and in fifteen minutes a sufficient amount was raised to purchase this useful instrument and by the dawn of an other Sabbath it will no doubt be ready for use LODIBURG Miss Nettle Koch of Louisville will visit relatives here soon Raymond Rho3es left last week for Wyoming where he will locate DrSB Adkisson was at CC Grants last week doing fcointi dental work The musical given by Miss L B Head Wednesday night was a success Miss Zula D MoKanghan of Stephensport will be a visitor at tho Grant homo next week Mrs Claude Grant has returned inflamed with poison my stomuch became entirely demoralized a bad I odor emanated from my urine and 1 I realized 1 was a sick man Tho doc ji tors closed me to their hearts content but 1 kept growing worse Then for tune brought Peruna to my notice and 1 at once began to mono 11kept taking It for five months bofore 1 WAS completely cured I feel now that I owo my life to Peruna and will never cease to bo grateful Thomas M lUcks S L Earle Superintendent of Streets Jacksonville Fla writes I am a firm believer In Icruna 1 find that it has been of practical benefit to a number of the mOil employed i in tho Street Cleaning Depart mont In the city of Jacksonville They aro especially cxpofrccl to the Inclemency of the weather and a numbcrwhocaugbtcold which later developed Into pneumonia kidney or liver trouble were cured through the use of PerunaS L Earle Superin tendent of Streets If you do not derive prompt and satisfactory results from the use of Ttruna write at once to Dr Ilartmnn giving a homo after spending several days with her grandparents here I Misses Mayme Atkisson and Lizzie Bandy will visit friends in Louis ville in the near future Oral Bahatn accompanied by his sister Miss Dot of Louisville came down to attend church at Shiloh Sun dayMisses A Bell and Golu Grant were the guests of friends near Union Star Saturday night and attended the allday meeting at Shilo- hGARFIELD Wallace Johnson has measles D R M Smith has been quite sick for several weeks Rev H C Truman of Fordsville was visiting here lost week Rev E B English preached at the Baptist church last Saturday and Bowling Green Ky June 12 1501 Dr E W Hull St Louis Mo yourTexasery 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 trulyW CO A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of the Texas Won der 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 mon ana women regulates bladder troubles in cnlldrerj If not sold by your druggist it will bo sent by mail on receipt of 1 One small bottle is two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure DrE W Hall sole manufacturer P 0 Box 029 St Luis Mo Send for testi monials Sld by alldruggists Office t031 Olive street II J S L EARLC full statement of your case and ho will bo pleased to give you his valuable advice 1ec1rtfIThe Hurtinan Sanitarium Colum Sunday Will Tabors child who hut been quite sick with diptheria has about recoveredMiss Johnson has gone to Marion county to spend tno summer with her aunt Mrs Minnie Ball Rev Watson will preach the dedi cation sermon at the Presbyterian church next Sunday at 11 a m Mr and Mrs John Morton of Cloverport visited her parents SaturdayServices at Millstone Rev Chas E Harpe of Lamonl la and Rev Geo Jenkins of Plain ville Ind were in the city Satur day en route to Millstone Ind ou the Ohio river several miles below this city where they held two L D S meetings Sunday assisted by Rev W C Marshall of Du Pont Ind Last weeK Rev Jenkins baptis ed a class of seven during a series of meetings ho held The church at Millstone is in charge of Richard Taylor and Jas McKennie of that neighborhood It was organized last fall and now has about thirtyfive members i The ministers mentioned above are of the division of thin Latter Day Saints church with headquarters at Lnuioni In which is Contradist- inguished from tile socalled Mormon or L D S church at Salt Lake City in that the former does not tolievo in polygamy blood atonement and several other tenets Services at Railroad Shops Last Wednesday at noon services were held in the painting department of the L H St L shops by Rev T R Kendall of Owensboro The services were very Interesting and were attended by all the employes at the shops rThe Brcckcnridgo News Cloverport Ky Enclosed findMfOI subscription to the Blcckel 7ill11e News foriIguess there are e Mr jM 4 feathers on the Rooster exhibited at the News office A rarlte 4City State Remember every 50 oentjaid entitles you to a guess c