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THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXIX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 14 1904 8 Pages NO 22 GROWING IN INTEREST IS THE FIGHT OVER TOBACCO PRICES The fight between the tobacco grow ers and the buyers representing the I tobacco trust Is growing warmer and more interesting every day Local f methods employed by both forces may r be taken in a certain sense as indicative of general methods that are or will be employed Ihe subject of the tight of course is the price that the buyer shall pay the grower for his to bacco The grower wants 3 round for dark tobacco and 12 for light tobac i co the prices set hy tbe Lynchburg convention and all of them are hold ing for these prices The buyers dont want to pay these prices and are trying to induce the growers to sell at lower figures As far as is known to local members- of the American Society of Equity jonly one crop of tooacco has been sold on the local market This belonged to- E Masonof Hancock county and was sold last week to J D Brashear local layer for the American Tobacco Co at 0 U and 2 Mr Mason sold his crop bOJ use he intended to move away from bis neighborhood had no y1place to store his tobacco and couldnt come back to handle it if he ad Members of the A S of h excuse Mason for selling below the AH of EIj price under the renditions he sold but say that the price at which he sold is not indicative ofjthaway rites will rule by any means The Trust they claim is trying through its buyers to geta hold on a few crops at prices below the Lynchburg price I EXTRA SESSION Of Fiscal Court Is To Be Held To Comply With Act Crea ting Board Of Health Ky Dec 1- 3SpjoialThe following order convening the Fiscal Court in ex tra session wns made in tho COlin ty Court on the 8th of the pros e t month Whereas there is great danger of an epedimic of smallpox and other contagious or infective dis- easesg in Brcckcnridfre county and IIwherens the Fiscal Court of Breck t onridgo county has as yet failed r approvedr11 1904 to amend an act entitled an j act creating a Board of Health etc It iis therefore ordered by the court that the members of tho t Fiscal Court of Breckenridge county are ordered to meet at the trcourthouse in Hardinsburnf Ken tucky on the 15th day of Decem Her 1901 at 10 oclock a m to J take such steps as will comply with I 1 saidamendment and to do any and all things that will tend to suppress and stamp out said dis eases or the spreading thereof and to attend any other business t t tho court may think proper M Miller J B C C The Christmas Dinner In spite of toe fact that the word dyspepsia means literally bad cookit will not be fair for many to lay the blame on the cook if they begin the Christmas Dinner with little appetite and end it with distress or nausea It may not be fair for any to do that d Ictus nope so for the sake ot the cook II 7 ft ThU disease dyspepsia indicates a bad stoDRoh that is weak rather tnan a bad cook and for a weak stomach there is nothing else equal to Hoods tinrsapttrllln It gives the stomach vigor and tone cures dyspepsia creates appetite and makes eating the please ure it should b- eADJOURNS DEC 21 Congress will adjourn on E gmber S31 for the holidays and will not reconvene r until January 4 il05 CASTORIAForI The Kind You Have Always Bought Dears the- Signature of put in currency the report that they are buying freely at lower prices and endeavor in this manner to mislead the growers and cause them to stains pede and break away from the combine they have formed for the purpose or holding their crops for the A S of K prices And another plau of the trust to buy below theA S of E price say local farmers is toolfer A H cf E members 2 a hundred morn this year than they paid last If they wont say anything about it And thus confess their disloyalty to the American Society of Equity But the members ottheA S of E have their tactics too and nearly every tobacco grower who is nol a member of the Society is in favor of all its movements They are planning in neighborhoods and in counties to raise money enough to buy the crops of farmers who are in such cir cumstances that they cant hold their tobacco until the trust gives in and pays the A S of E price And other plant for accomplishing this endure being formulated at meetings held every week in many sections for the purpose of coming together on the tobacco movement There is much room for speculation as to the ontcome of the tobacco price tight yet if the farmershold together as they say they surely will it lOOkS like the trust will have to give in if it wants to buy any of the 1004 crop of tobacco in large quantities DO NOT TELL IT But Democrats Have Great Plan To Keep Down Confusion Etc Is One Tip Weve Got Hardinsburg Ky Dec 1- 3SpecialIt is reported on good authority that the Democratic politicians and managers around Hardinsburg will at tho last minute call precinct meetings on the same date of the Senatorial primary January 28 1905 for the purpose of electing delegates to a county delegate meeting which will nominate candidates for the county offices As yet it is all being kept a profound secret and you must not mention it By keeping it quiet and announcing it at the last minute it is hoped that it will bring out a big vote in the primary for some oneandmore particularly and important take snap judgment on all spirants in tho Democratic ranks for nomination to a county office and thereby shut out all why do not stand inIIt is considered splendid idea as it will tend to keep down con fusion and eliminate all elements of risk MAKES GOOD TALK Sam W Medford of Owensboro delivered a lecture on II Fraternalism at Oelzes Hall on Tuesday evening of last week after the Dress hour of the News The silk was made in the interest of the local A U T7 W lodge The talk was a good one a- In fact are all ot Mr Bedfords talks He belongs to a number of lodges is an enthnslasjiojworker in all ot them and It Is a pleasure for lodge men to have him as their guest and speaker Mr Bedford was introduced by Mr Edmund Vroe an active local A O U W worker toJ TOJHELPWashington ing to Representative Ollie James President Roosevelt is taking an active interest in the investigation of the methods of the tobacco trust and will give his earnest support to tho Congressional party which is seeking to give tobacco growers and small dealers relief from the alleged opposi Lion of the combination Mr James says this information came to him on excellent authority and he is confident of Mr Roosevelts position The Ladles Reading Club was en tertained Thursday afternoon by Miss Kate Oalesby w I I DR J W KNOX Candidate for State Senator subject to the action of Democratic Primary January 28 MR WHEATLEY DEAD RETURNS PROM WEST Bewlerville Ky Deo 13Spe Jesse Moorman returned home las- tcialMr Vheatley died at the home week from the West where he went of his sonmJaw Hm A J Thomp about a year ago He was in Wishing son Sunday and was bured at StMur ton Montana Colorado and otner west tins Monday afternoon itill MH S during his stays see s s uaaoa ems t o f The Greatest x tA- A li Bargains of the Year ii 1Jf t The greatest bargains of tho year are presented to f+ you during the balance of the month of December At There is not one department in the store but what has t made special effort to give you the greatest value for a the least money during this month11e intend to increase r t Y the liveliness by makiiig them the life of this countyIf have never been to this store come during the fa month of December and wo will demonstrate what AA moneysaving values are and what a bargain really is tA iitA = DRY GOODS 1 II J1i Indigo blue red calico only He ydGenuine 19c 50c 40c ti IComfortsI Red Table Linen worth 25c 18cCEWhite Table Linen worth 40c 28cI CLOTHING I zxSuitsSnits worth 750 4 4G5 iMens Overcoats worth 385 x25aM-ens Overcoats worth G75 475II io y of s M1 II t i f worfDlRFUL HOLIDAY t OFFERING Y1 iiIf V givetOyou are puzzled about the where and wtiafto get and to take a stroll through Qur store I where you cnn find Dry Goods Cloth ing Boots Shoes Hats Caps Furniture Saddlery Glassware Tin ware etc Santa Claus lies unloaded his burden It was too heavyy to carry Jil iliheretmUsb H MEYER II BIG SPRING KENTUCKY tf sNSA eee7lss 8bis s as R9esssssssso s ssislAa ROYAL Baking PowderV Me kes Cleeurv Bred With Royal Baking Powder there is no mixing with the hands no sweat of the brow Perfect cleanliness greatest facility sweet clean healthful food Full instructions in the Royal Baker and Pastry Cook book for making all kinds of bread biscuit andcake with Royal Baking Powder Gratis to anyaddress ROYAL CAKING POWDER CO 100 WILLIAM ST NEW YORK SCHOOL REPORT Report of Utopia College Won denne Ky month ending Dec 0 1004 The honor roll is as follows Grade ElghtLouise Moorman 05 Grade Seven Mooiinnu Robertson 07 Robert Fisher 00 Ada Mattingly 00 Grade Six Adv Herbert Hall 07 Lillio Mattimrly 07 Ruby Jones 07 Ella Whittinghill 07 Nell Fisher 00 Sylva Mattingly 00 Mollie Moorman 05 Ernest Eskridge 02 Grade Six Intd Fannie Moorman 07 Milded Moorman 00 Lizzie Mat tingly OU Johnnie Moorman 00 Edna Mattingly 05 John Henry Hazlewood OU Helm Wbittinghill U3 Vandy Powel 02 LUKe Clark 01 Grade Five Annie eaton 07Mahel Howard 07 Nell Dempster 00 Joe Moorman 00 Ollie Bishop 00 Betsey Moorman 00 Marcus Whitler 04 Mabel Hoskins 04 Viola Powell 04 Robert Curtis 03 Henry Burnett 03 Orne Barnett 02 Paul Mattingly 01 Jalde Powe101- Grade Four Willie Smith OSSarah D Moorman 04 Karen 1 Moorman 04 Clara Mattingly 05 Grade ThreeMay Phillips 07 Ethel Carwnie 00 Vic Seaton 00 May Bowman 00 Jack Bowmen 05 Walter Carwile 05 Eva Phillips 04 Herman Smith 04 Hunts Mercer 04 Alli ne Cooper 03 May Clark 01 Robert Wil slam Tuttle 10 Gade Two Argns Carwile 00 D C Moorman 05 Sam Robertson 05 Over ton Ashley 05 Cardwell Mattingly 05 Pearl West 04 John Bowman 04 Ho mer Powell 04 Anna Bowman 03 Grade One Benlah Ashley 95Prestoa ClarK 04 Howard Powell 04 Lillie Phillips 04 Evelyn Cooper 04 Eflie Whitler 04 Jane Burnett 03 Ellen Burnett 03 Willie Clark OSPanl Smith 03 Fannie Smith 02 Robort Carwile 02 Sallie Mattingly 03 Total enrollment 127 average attend ance for the month 04 Robert B Tuttle Principal Ella G Robertson asst Catarrh and Hay Fever Liquid Cream Balm is becoming quite as popular in many localites as Elys Cream Balm It is prepared for use In atomizers and is highly prized by those who havb been accus tomed to call upon physicians tor such treatment Many physicians are us ing and prescribing it All the medi cine properties of the celebrated Cream Balm are contained in the Liquid form which is 75 ate including spraying tune All druggists or by mail Ely Brothers GOWarrenHL New York MRS BROWN IMPROVING- Mrs Letiiher Brown who was ser iously burned while trying to rescue two of her children from a burning building near Sample on Thursday December 1 is Improving and It is now thought that she may live For days after she received her injuries she was in a precarious condition and her physician said he thought she could not live A neighbor of Mrs Browns who knew tne nature of her burns stated to the News that he thought she would be a cripple for life if she should recover MOVE TO IRVINGTON Communicated Mr and Mrs Emmett Lancaster of Meade county have moved into the Pomp McCoy house in Irvington Their many friends join in giving them a warm welcome and wish thorn success in allthey undertake THE MESSAGE OF MR ROOSEVELT IN BRIEF The most important things recom mended in President Roosevelt mebtmge to Congress are as follows Economy In the conduct of the Gov ernment General investigation of labor condi tionsMedals of honor for cases of conspi cuous heroism An employers law Extension of Bureau of Corporations to cover insurance transactions Enlargement of power of the Interstate Commerce Commission Block signal systems for railroads Legislation against Government em ployes banding together to secure im properly high salaries bevere factory inspection and child labor laws Improvementof housing conditions in Washington Creation of a forestry service in the Agricultural Department Game preserves for animals tending towards extinction Salaries instead of fees in the Con sular service A nationalquarantine law Retrenchments in public printing J Encouragement ot the merchant marineImprovement of currency system Revision of naturalization laws Punishment of corruption in Federal electionsPublication of all contributions re ceived and expended by political cum mlttiees A delegate in Congress trom Alaska More ships for the navy A field assistant for the Indian Com missionerFloating mines for coast defense Lower tariff rates for the Philipinea and legislation for the encourage ment of capital there NO SPRING SESSION Washington Dec 10No extraor dinarv session of Congress will be held next spring for a revislon ot the tariff That has been decided deSmtely Tha question of an extraordinary session next fall is in abeyance President Roosevelt announced this decision to several of his callers today The President said he had abandon ed any idea of calling Congress into an extarordinary session in the spring as it did not seem practicable to hold a session for tanffjrevislon at that time He Indicated however that he mignt call a session for next fall ltho ugh no absolute determination of that point yet has been reached A Merry Christmas To all those who harelieved and cured their aches andv pains by thei use of Paracamph the wonderful ex ternal remedy which never falls to do its work qulcliiyand wellV TO ANNOUNCE SOON Representative David H Smith oj this district when asked recently In Washington whether he intends to enter the race as a candidate to suc ceed Senator Blackburn said I am not ready yet to say anything on that subject bnt expect to make some kind of announcement of iny purpose about the 1st of January- I am giving the matter serious consi deration and my decision will depend upon political developments during the next thirty days CHAS COX DEAD Chas Cox a native of Breckenridgo county died on December 4at Grand view Ind at the ago of eighty A widow and seven children survive p 1 t v ipI I The Simple Life By CHARLES WAGNER Translated From the French by Mary Louise Flendee Copyright 1001 by McClure Phillips h Co i- P 4 CHAPTER I 1 OlK COMPLEX LIFE I homo of the Blnnclmrdse 1the IIs topny turvy and h reason Think of it Yvonne Is to be married i Tuesday and todny is Friday 11 Callers londcd with gifts nnd tradesmen bending under packages come null go In endless procession The servantt are nt the end of their endurance As for the family mud the betrothed they no longer have 11 life or a fixed abode Thflr mornings are spent with dress makers milliners upholsterers Jewel Lers decorators and caterers ArIl that comes a rush through olllces where one waits in line gazing vaguely at busy clerks engulfed In papers A fortunate thing If there be time 11when this Is over to run home and dross for the series of ceremonial din ners betrothal dinners dinners of i presentation the settlement dinner re jtaceptions bulls About midnight home 1 agaKi harassed and weary to find the fi latest accumulation of parcels and a deluge of letters congratulations fe licitations acceptances and regrets from bridesmaids and ushers excuses 9 of tardy tradesmen And the contre temps of the last minute a sudden death that disarranges the bridal par 0 ty a wretched cold that prevents u favorite cantatrlce from singing and so forth and so forth Those poor Ulanchards They will never be ready and they thought they hud foreseen everythingSuch 1 been their existence for a month No longer possible to breathe to rest a half hour to tranqulllzc ones thoughts No this Iis not living Mercifully there is grandmothers room Grandmother Is verging on eighty Through many tolls and much suffering she has come to meet things with the calms assurance which life brings to men and women of high thinking and large hearts She sits there in her armchair enjoying the silence of long meditative hours So the flood of affairs surging through the house ebbs at her door At the thresh old of this retreat voices are hustled and footfalls softened and when the young fiances want to hide away Cora moment they lice to grandmother Poor childrenI Is her greeting You are worn out Rest a little and belong to each other All them things count for nothing Dont let tlvn nb sorb you It Isnt worth while They know It well these two young people How ninny times In the last weeks has their love bad to make way for all sorts of conventions and futili ties Fate at this decisive moment of their lives seems pent upon drawing their mInds away from the one thing essential tto harry thorn with a host upprovewhen she says between a smile and a caress Decidedly my dear time world is growing too complex timid It does not innko people happier quite the con traryI nm of grandmammas opinion From the eriulle to the grave In his nueds as in his pleasures In his con ception of the world mad of himself the null of modern times struggles through a inaxe of endless complica tion Nothing Is simple any lunger noltlior tliiiUKbt nor action not pleasure not even dying With our own ImiulB we have ad pl to existence a train of hardships mad lopped off many n pratlnc 1II1 on I believe that tII01I sands of our fellow men suffering the consequences of n too artificial IIflIwill Ilx grateful If we try to give ex pression to their discontent amid t jUiItify the regret for naturalness which vaguely opprexnes them let UK first spenk of a series of factsI that put into relief the truth we wl11I to showIThe complexity of our life appears In p the number of our material needs tII IIs a filet universally conceded that ourI resource I birth of certain needs Is often the murk of progress To feel the necessity of bathing of wearing fresh linen Inho1I iting wholesome houses eating henJtIful food and cultivating our minds Is a sign of superiority But if certain needs exist by right mud are desirable Fthere are others whoso effects are fa If tal which like parasites live at our ex w pease Numerous and imperious they engross us completely t Could our fathers have foreseen that we should some day have at our dis posal the means and forces we now use in sustaining nod defending our t material life they would have predict ed for us an increase of Independence toJJ and therefore of happiness and a de r crease In competition for worldly goods t They might even have thought that through the simplification of life thus i made possible n higher degree of mot rality would be attained None of r these things has come to pass neither happiness nor brotherly love nor power for good huts been Increased In the j first place do you think your fellow i icitizens taken as a whole are more contented than their forefathers and tI less anxious about the future I do 1nott male If they should fluid reason to be jJ1r Mwpk1r Ii M1f434E 1yw so tilt If they really are so To see Mioiii live It seems to me that a mnjorl y r them are Uncontented with fielr ot mud above mill absorbed In materialt I uteus ana beset with cares lor tIle mor row Never hits the question of food anti shelter been sharper or more ab sorbing than since we are better nour ished better clothed timid better housed than ever Ho errs greatly who thinks that the query What skull we eat and what shall we drink and where within shall we be clothed presents Itself to the poor alone exposed as they are to the anguish of morrows without bread or a roof With them the ques tion is natural and yet It Is with them that it presents Itself most simply You must go among those who are beginning to enjoy a little ease to lenrnI how greatly satisfaction in what one hits may be disturbed by regret forI what one Ilacks and If you would see nnslous care for future material good material good in nil Its luxurious de velopment observe people of small CorI tune amid above all the rich It Is not the woman with one dress who asks most Insistently how she shall be clothed nor is it those reduced to the strictly necessary who make most question of what they shall eat tomor row As an Inevitable consequence of the law that needs are Increased by their satisfaction the more goods a man humus the snore he wants The more as sured he Is of the morrow according to the common acceptation the more ex elusively does he concern himself with how he shall live and provide for hIs children and his childrens children Impossible to conceive of the fears of a man established In life their nuns ber their reach and their shades of ro ll iiement From nil this there has arisen throughout the different social orders modified by conditions and varying In Intensity a common agitation a very complex mental state best compared to the petulance of a spoiled child at once satisfied and discontented- If we have not become happier neither have we grown more peaceful and fraternal The more desires mud needs a man has the more occasion he fluids for conflict with his fellow men and these conflicts are more bitter in proportion as their causes are less Just It Is the low of nature to fight for bread for the necessities This law may scorn brutal but there is an ex cuse In its very hastiness and It is generally limited to elemental cruel ties Quite different Is the battle for the superfluousfor ambition pile liege Inclination luxury Never his hunger driven man to such baseness as have envy avarice and thirst for pleasure Egotism grows more malef icent as it becomes more refined Do not the very sinews of virtue lie In mums capacity to care for some thing outside himself And what place remains for ones neighbor In a life given over to material cares to ar tificial needs to the satisfaction of am bitious grudges and whims The man who gives himself up entirely to the service of his appetites makes them grow and multiply so well that they become stronger than he and once their slave he loses hits moral sense loses his energy and becomes incapable of discerning and practicing the good lie has surrendered himself to the in tier anarchy of desire which In the 3iHl gives birth to outer anarchy In till moral life we govern ourselves In the Immoral I Ite we are governed by 0111 needs null passion thus little by little the bases of the mural life shift amid the law of judgment deviates I For the man enslaved to numerous mil exacting needs possession Is the iiipriine good end the source of nil other good things It is true that In the tierce struggle for possession we come to hate those who possess and to deny the right of property when this tights in the hands of others and not In our own But the bitterness of attack against others possessions is only II new pro f of the extraordinary iui lortance we attach to possession Itself In the end people and things come tl- be estimated at their selling price or according to the profit to be drawn from them What brings nothing Is worth nothing he who hits nothing Is nothing Jonest poverty risks passv Ing for shame and lucre however filthy Is not greatly put to It to be accounted for merit Some ono objects Then you make wholesale condemnation of progress mil would lead us back to the good old timesto asceticism perhaps Not at all The desire to resuscitate the past Is the most unfruitful and dangerous of Utopian dreams null the art of good living does not consist In retiring from life But we are trying 0 throw light upon one of the errors that drug most Jieavlly upon human progress In order to find a remedy for It namely the belief that man be comes happier nail better by the in crease of outward well being Nothing Is falser tnn this pretended socIal axiom on the contrary that material prosperity without an offset diminish1 till capacity for happiness tumid Ill Imses character Is n fact which i thousand examples are nt land 1 prove The worth nf a civilization tIzt t ire tt onn 01 tno man at its center When this man lacks moral rectitude progress only makes bad worse nUll further embroils social problems This principle may be verified IIn other domains than that of 1I1lteI1i I well being We shall sneak onlv of education and liberty We remember when prophets in good repute an notinced that to transform this wicked world into an abode fit for the gods nil that was needed was the overthrow of tyranny Ignorance and want those throe dread powers so long In league Today other preachers proclaim the same gospel We have seen that tin unquestionable diminution of want has made man neither better nor hap pier Has this desirable result beer more neatly attained through the great care bestowed upon instruction It does not yet appear so and this failure Is the despair of our national educators Then shall we stop the peoples cars suppress public instruction close the schools By no means But educa tion like the mass of our ages Inventions Is after nIl only a tool every thing depends upon the workman who uses it So It is with liberty It 1Is fatal or life giving according to the use mantle of it Is It liberty still when It Is the prerogative of criminals or heedless blunderers Liberty Is an atmosphere of the higher life and it Is- only by n slow and patient 1Inward transformation that one becomes capa ble of breathing it All life must have Its law the life of man so much the more than that of In ferior beings In that It is more precious and of nicer adjustment This law for man Is In the first place an external law but It may become an Internal law When man inns once rcc ognlzod the Inner law and bowed be fore It through this reverence and voluntary submission he Iff ripe for liberty So long as there Is no vigorous and sovereign inner law be Is Incapa ble of breathing its air for he will be drunken with It maddened morally slain The man who guides his life by inner law can no more live servile to outward authority than can the full grown bird live Imprisoned In the egg shell But the man who has not yet at tained to governing himself can no more livo under the law of liberty than can thin unfledged bird live without Its protective covering These things are terribly simple and the series of dem onstrations old and new that proves them Increases daily under our eyes And yet we are as far as ever from understanding even the elements of this most important law In our de mocracy how many ore there great and small who know from Luring personally verified It lived It anti obeyed It this truth without which a people is incapable of governing Itself Liberty It is respect Liberty It is obedience to the inner law and this law Is much ther the good pleasure of the mighty nor the caprice of the crowd but the high and Impersonal rule before which those who govern are the first to bow the held Shall liberty then be pro scribed No but men west be mode capable and worthy of it otherwise public life becomes impossible nnd the nation undisciplined and unrestrained goes on through license into the Inextricable tangles of demagogy When one passes in review the individual causes that disturb mud cow plicate our social life by whatever names they are designated and their list would be long they all lend buck to one general cause which Is this the confusion of the secondary with the essential Material comfort edu cation liberty the whole of civiliza tion these things constitute the frame of the IpictureI but the frame no more makes the picture thou the frock the monk or the uniform the soldier Here the picture Is man mud mat with his most Intimate possessions namely his conscience his character and his will And while we have been dab rating rand garnishing the frame we have forgotten neglected disfigured the picture Thus are we loafed with external good and miserable In spirit ual life We have in abundance that which if west be we can go without and are infinitely poor in the one thing needful And when the depth of our being Is stirred with its need of lying aspiring fulfilling its destiny it feels the anguish of one burled 1111e is smothered under the mass of secondary things that weigh It down and ileprive It of light nnd nil- e must search out set free re store to honor the true life assign thugs to their proper places and re ncuiber that the center of human progress Is moral growth What is n good lamp It Is not the most elaborate the finest wrought that of the most precious metal A good lump Is a lamp that gives good light And so also we are men mud citizens not by reason of the number of our goods and the pleasures we procure for ourselves not through our intellectual and artistic culture nor because of the honors and independence we enjoy but by Irtue of the strength of our moral fiber And this is not a truth of today but a truth of all times At no epoch have the exterior condl Ions which man has made for himself by his Industry or his knowledge been able to exempt him from care for the state of his Inner life The face of the world niters nround us Its Intellectual and material factors very and no one can arrest these changes whose sud lenncss Is sometimes not short of per ilous But the important thing Is that at the center of shifting circumstance man should remain man live his life make toward his goal and whatever b e his road to make toward his goal the traveler must not lose himself In crossways nor hamper his movements with useless burdens Let him heed well his direction and forces nnd keep good faith and that he nay the better denote himself to the essential which Is to progress at whatever sacrifice let him simplify his baggage To be Continued II l t i hr til the Thousands have used this remedy with perfect confidence and success 52 years because they know just what it contains The consists of Buchu Hydrangea Mandrakes Yellow Dock Dandelion Sarsaparilla Gentian Senna and Iodide of Potassium Any doctor or druggist will tell you that this is a scientific and of great merit for all diseases having their origin in the Liver Kidneys or Blood After years of experience and patient experiment Dt Thacher so the process of that it never fails to bring the relief when taken to directions Thousands of sick ones to whom life has been a burden have grate ful letters of thanks SPEED Oct 171902 II I have suffered greatly with indigestion constIpation also a severe liver trouble with loss of appetite not rest well at night in fact had no energy to work or walk around I like I was packing a heavy load and was easily exhausted until I took Dr Thachers Liver and Blood Syrup which helped me almost from the first I had taken one and onehalf bottles I felt like a different man and I knew that it was due entirely to your medicine I used In all three bottles and consider myself perfectly cured At this time my appetite Is good I steep welt and feel strong and refreshed on arising in the morning T L SPEUU If you nerd a mrdlctnr write today for a Free sample bottle II Dr Thaehrrt Health Hook live symptoms for advice We limply ask you to try it at our expense ire know what it wilt do At all druggists KO rents and 100 THacHer Medicine Co Tenn SENSE OF HUMOR Because we have no Thackeray Dickens or Artemus Ward today n modern Mrs or Sam Weller the inference Is sometimes drawn that the sense of humor is It Is true that the public is uot run ning wild after any one authors works because they raise a laugh Many works have a if not a sav- Ing element of humor to recommend them But the fact is the public has no occasion to be hungering after hu mor beyond what comes along in the ordinary course of things There are brightness and jollity everywhereon- the stagy In the general press in sooiety and on change The somber gloomy soul is the The whole philosophy of modern life iis cheerful hopeful Inspiring- In the age of Thackeray Dickens and Ward and also In the g Mars Twain life was serious oe cause of the outlook not because it was more earnest To relieve seriousness in others or perhaps to break a way from inward gloom now and then a gifted mind created humor made I an imaginative world to brighten the sad world all about If humor appears strained and farfetched ana falls of a wide andience it is not because the spirit of langnter is lack ing in the world but beause people are more contented and wore critical Why should a happy person laugh at every jose When people are well pleased with real lIfe it taxes a very strong contrast in the imaginative sphere to stir up humor One can laugh when and one can happyyet not easily moved to laughter No More Suffering If you are troubled with indigestion get a bottle of Kodol Dyspapsia Cure and see how quickly it will cure you Gee A Thomson of Spencer In says Have had Dyspepsia for twenty years My case was almost hopeless Kodol Dyspepsia Cure was recommended and I used a few bot tles oQt and it is the only thIng that has Would not be without it Have doctored with local physicians and also at Chicago and even went to Norway with hopes of getting some relief but Kodol Dyspep sia Cure is the only remedy tbat has done me any good and I heartily re commend it Every poison with Indigestion or should use it Sold by All A MINISTERS IRN A minister down in Missouri bound his people too your to purchase pays an exhange and being offered the same book free by a patent medicine house they be al lowed to insert their advertisement ordered three for his congrega tion He was tlated upon them to find no ad in same The next Sunday mornng he the oooks telling the good people of their tortune and requesting that they sing page 130 His chagrin may be imagined when they sang as follows IIHark the heavenly angels sing Johnsons pills are just the thing and angels voices meek and mildtwo for man and one tar the child Beware of DeWittvs is the only genuine Witch Hazel Salve writes J L of CentreAla II have used it in my family for Piles Cuts and Burns for years and can it tj be the best Salve on the market Every finally should Keep it as It is an in valuable household remedy and should always he kept on hand for immedi ate use MrsSamuel Uage of North Bush N Y sayoII I nad a fever sore on my ankle tor twelve years that the could not our All solve and blood remedies proved worthless I could not walK for over two years Finally was to try DeWitts Witch Hazel1 Salvo which has com pletely cured me It is a wonderful reliet DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cures without leaving a scarSold by All r1 Da THAOHERS Liver and Blood Syrup =CURES BY REMOVING THE CAUSE- A THREEFOLD REMEDY tor lilt do to Arts tlonal trouble Act oa UrtrmrndKUae t and Purilils the Rintid reliable for formula reliable combination perfected manufacture expected according written MISSISSIPPI Could even felt dose When and Chattanooga Malaprop declining distinctive exception boyhood modern loudest saddest be relievedme suffering Dyspepsia Druggists CHAG hymnbook providing dozen receiving distributed Counterfeits Tucker recommend doctors pHrsuaded Druggists fi T = DECISION REVERSED The Court of Appeals in an opinIon delivered oy Judge Baker has wvera ed the Scott Circuit Court in the case of Caleb Powers under sentence of death for alleged complicity in the murder of William Ooebel Judges Paynter Hobson and Nunn dissented Judge Paynter writing the dissenting opinion Judge ORea wrote n separate opinion concurred in by Judge Bnrnam In addition the opinon of the majority reversing the decision Judge Baker also wrote- a dissenting opinion This is the third time the case has been reversed two former convict dons having been for life Imprisonment Grip Quickly Knocked Out Some weeks ago during the severe winter weather both my wife and my self contraced severe colds which speedily developed into the worst kind of lagrippe with all its miserable symptoms says Mr J a Egleston- of J Iaple Landing Iowa Knees ani joints aching muscles sore head stop ped up eyes and nose running with a ternate spells of chills and fever We began using Chamberlains Cough Remedy adding the same with a dose ot Chamberlains Jtornnch and Liver Tablets aud by its liberal use soon com plete knocked oat the grip These Tablets promote a healthy action of thebowlj liver and kidneys which IS always beneficial when the system is congested by a cold or attack of the grip For sale by Short Haynes SOCIALIST TRUST Chicago Socialists are to have u daily newspaper of their own It is said They hope to begin publishing it be fore the spring election While the daily newspaper will advocate Social ism and the co operative common wealth it will be run strictly on a capitalistic plan The company will be incorporated under the laws of New Jersey just line any ordinary trust One speaktr who timidly suggested that timers was some inconsistency in starting a paper on a capitalistic plan and said he believed it should be rnn on a co operative basis was severely taken to task THE OLDEST MAN Grayson Ky Dec ODaVld Wade probably the oldest man in America died at his hump seven miles east of hero at the age of 117 years 8 months and 1C days He was born at Tazewell in what is now Clay bourne county Tennessee August 20 1787 Up until live years ago he was able to manage his farm work Since then he has suffered from a paralytic stroke hilts STOOD rIlE TEST 25 YEARS The old original G HO VES Tasteless Chill Tonic Youtnov what you are taking It Is Iron and iiulnluo In a tasteless form No euro no pay 50- 0bioonllglit Scene In a Hotel Patrons of the Hotel Astor in New York were surprised shortly after 8 oclock the other night when the lights in the dining rooms went out The diners believed It to be a recurrence of the Incident of n few weeks ago when the electric lighting plant got out of order This surprise was planned how ever says the New York Herald Partly I hidden blue incandescent bulbs began to glimmer among the palms and greens of the dining room giving the effect of moonlight Wnlters were mar shnled and provided individual lamps for the tables shaded with red and pink mantles While the patrons were expressing their delight over the beau tuul effect two orchestras played Beethovens Moonlight Sonatn Underground Peril For Sparrows Slap bang came something against the forward panes of the head car of an express train in the New York sub way bound downtown the other day at Cathedral parkway says the New York World Somebody in the subway throwing stones said a passenger- No snld a guard English spar rows There nren lot of them in the subway They come in nt the en trances nlong the Boulevard and at Manhattan street and the trains drive the poor things up and down the ditch till they get rattled and are struck by a train and killed Too bad but it cant be helped r t HoHN slULLEYlI ffl X I BRICK CONTRACTORii o v r Chintz Royalty Practical Surveyor Publicf I f also Notary can survey your Lands write your Deeds and take the acknowledgement at your home This saves you trouble and cost Your Patronage Solicited I Addross mea- tHardinsburg I I KyI Cloverport Planing Mill GREGORY CO Prop LUMBERDOORS DOORSSASH SASHBLINDS DOOR AND WINDOW SCREENS SHINGLESLATHS LATHSLIME BRICK CEMENT ROOFING ETC J L MOORMAN DENTISTS LOffice over Oeizes Hardware Store i Prompt attention to all kinds of Deata WorL Special attention to r FINE GOLD FILLINGS AND CROWN and BRIDGE WORK Prices Moderate Satisfaction Guaraolnd LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLEt h PACKET CO Fast Mail and Passenger Line between Louisville and EvalA ville- Steamers j 0 S Morning Star Tell City- Tarascon Leave Louisville daily I except Sunday r 4 p m Leave Evansville daily except Sun day and Monday 0 p m Monday lO am Through freight rates and passenger tickets to Cincinnati Freight shipments delivered quicker than by rail Splendid accommodations for stock General Office 154150i58 4th st V Louisville Ky C V WILLIAMS G F and p A GOH WILSON Supt H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law- 1IARDINSBURO KY theCourtscollectingroad CourtsOffice 7 Sour StomachNo i ness headache constipation bad breath ofthecures Indigestion This new discovery repre seats the natural juices of digestion as they exist In a healthy stomach combined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive notonlythlafamoustroublebystrengthening the mucous membranes paint the stomach Mr S S Bill d RITenhlOOcf W Va ayutI WI lOW Itomach torKodot leimid twentJ 1Mr8 lAaItortatBottlMcnljr MtilsWcastst p oorDula ANtt Sold by all Druggists i FOR REPRESENTATIVE Harvey Bush of Hawesville who is well known here has announced as a tocandidate c cock countysubject to the action of the Democratic party OASIJI O31 X aBearetfieTha Kind You Hare Always Bjtjfijil Signature or lprlp f The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY pocember 14 1001 r INVESTIGATIONS Into Business Methods Of Tobac i Trust Are To Be Made By A bSpecialAttorney A Washington dispatch to a Louisville paper under date of December 7 1 saysAt the urgent solicitation of Felix Ewing president of the Kentucky atrder Tennessee Tobacco Growers Associn tioHjAttorncy General Moody this morni 4 ing appointed A E Garner of Spring field Teun a special United Stat f completeff S dark tobacco district of Kentucky and Tennessee and to proceed against the i corporation if it is violating any ot t I Federal statutes in the conduct of its i business Mr Garner will proceed this o work at once and most ot it will done in Louisville The business method of the Amerv ican aud Continental Companies will be Inquired into closely Mr Ewing wh is now in Washington was presented to Secretary Moody and Conimissioa- Yerkes this morning The action taken by the Secretary was of conrse the r I suit of advice from the President and Iit shows that Mr Roosevelt proposes to worry combinations of capital if nothing else The proceeding is a direct result off the tobacco growers meeting heldat f GuthrIeKy during the past summe and also a result of the efforts of Rep resentatives James and Stanley of 1 Kentucky and Gaines of TennesseetMr Garners report will be made to Secretary Moody and prosecution in thff Federal Courts of Kentucky and TennII essee may follow I Yon Can tot Detect the bad odor coming from your own nose or head If you have Uatarrh but your wife or friends can Do not j disgust them by such trouble Use i Paracampn It will relieve instantly 1 and care or money refunded ELECTS OFFICERS Breckenridge Lodge No 01 Kof P elected officers last week for the ensuing six months as follows J Fred May 0 C Snelby Conrad V 0 0 Henry Yeatcflr Prelate A 0 Sheldon M of W J M Fitch K of and S Chas May Sr M of- F j jEd Whitehead M of E Alfonzo t Klmbnry M of A Geo Younger I Gf J T Daniel 0 Q Ortfilo De Haven Trustee A Costly Mistake Blunders are sometimes very expens ive Occasionally life itself is the price i of a mistake bnt youll nevor be t wrong if yon taKe Dr Kings New Dizzinessti Headache Liver or Bowel tronbles t They are gentle yet thorough 25c at Short Haynes Drug Store J JBetterJ recent sales of Breckenridge count y tobacco bv Louisville houses The Home house sold two hbds ot Breck emidge old darn at 080 to 550 and the PickettBouse two hhdsBreoK enridge barley at tsl3 to 1150 and seven bhdsof Breckenridge dark at 7 to 050 1 of to on Wine of Cardui Cured Her 218 South Prior Street March 21 1903 thtJ withJ he hisstomach which no medicine seemed to relievo and losing my appetiteAI became weak and lost my ity In three weeks I lost fourteen pounds of flesh and felt that I must findspeedy relief to regain my health Having heard Wino ofWCardui praised by severalof myci I sent for a bottle and wasJrfriends very pleased with Within three days my t appetite returned and my stomach troubled me no more I could 1 digest my food without difficultyn and the nervousness gradually diminished Nature performed her functions without difficulty of and I am once more n happy and in p well woman JOSEPHttJ Treaa Atlanta Friday light Clnlj Secure a Dollar Bottle of Wine of Cardui Today 200 in My Breath Shortness of Breath Is One of the Com monest Signs of coHeart Disease phlIlolansDr Mlles New Heart Ctiro has per manently restored to health many thousands who had found no relief In tho medicines allopathic or homoeo pathic of regular practicing physicians It has proved Itself unique In tho history of medicine by being so uniformly successful In curing those diseases Nearly always ono of tho flrst signs of trouble Is shortness of breath Wheth it comes as a result of walking or running up stairs or of other exercises If tho heart Is unable to meet this extra demand upon Us pumping powersthere- Is something wrong with It toestake Dr Niles New Heart Cure It will go to the foundation of the trou ble nnd make a permanent cure by strengthening and renewing the nerves 1 know that Dr Miles New Heart Cure Is a stoat remedy For n number ofhspells pains my left side For months nt a time I would bo unable to Ho on my left side and It I lay lint on my back would nearly Drbewith good results I began to Improve at once and after taking several bottles of the heart Cure tho pains In my sldo and other symptoms vanishedI I nnnow entirely well All those dreadful theo youthemoneyerFREE Write to us for Free Trial AntiPnlnRempdytorSpecialist will diagnose your ease tell you what Is wrong and hnnv to right It coLAllOltlOIU1i RARE DISTINCTION neighborsrmay not knov that it is a fact S J Baker of Patesvilleaiul one of the best known farmers in this part of Kentucky enjoys the rare distinction of having opened the first real convention at which armers met for the purpose of setting a price on their products and this convention was that of the tobacco glowers nt Lvnchburg Va recentlyMr Baker iin opening the convention said IIWe will set a price and ifwe have judgment enough to put a fair equit able price upon the tobacco we will have backbone enough to stand behind our judgment and compel the tbuyers to pay the price or go without tobacco A Pleasant Pill No Pill is aspleasant and positive as DeWUts Little Ealy Risers De Witts Little Early Risers are so mild and effective that children delicate I ladies and weak people enjoy their cleansing effect while strong say they are the best liver pills sold Sold by All Druggists THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK Advertising is not a question of the cost of space It isnt a question of the cost of anythinglt is a question of tlio investment in one of the safest securi ties in the worldinvestment repre seating a prejudice in the minds o many millions citizen in favor of theI goods represented by your trademark That is an investment which noI shrinatttfe ot value no labor troubles o new inventions and no competiI tion can depreciate or disturo This prejudice is worth more to yon than your factory or its products It can be created in favor of nil worthy products hy using such mediums as The Breckenridge News Try it and be convinced K C H S WINNER Frankfort Ky Dec 7rhe decision i Special Judge Carroll of the Frank lin Circuit or State Fiscal Court holding the act of the General Assembly at last regular session making annual ap propriation of 515000 to the Kentucky Childrens Home Society of Louisville be constitutional was upheld by the Court of Appeals at todays session Thewhole court considered the question appeal and united in the opinion which was delivered by Judge ORear BASEBALL HISTORY Satan was the first coacher lie coached Eve when she stole first and Adam stole secomlWhen Isaac met Rebecca ate well she was walking with a pitcher Sampson struck out a good many when slew the Philistines Moses made l first run when he slew Egyptians made a basehit when he slew Abel braham made a sacrifice The prodigal son made a home sun David was a dis tauce thrower and Moses shut out the Egyptians at the Red sen The game as called when the flood came on ac- ount of wet grounds West Baden ournal n STATES RAILROADS FrankfortKyDeo OThe total viii- ation placed by the State Railroad Commission upon the tangible property tne railroad corporations operating Kentucky for the year which assessment has just been completed for f the purpose of taxation is 53481600 This is an increase in the assessment over that of last J ear of 1281834 that assessment having been 2253J The total increase In mileage Kentucky for the year IB about one hundred and thirty miles s NEW ELECTRIC LINE Evansville and Rookport business men are rapidly pushing to comple bon the electric line between those two cities Not content with stopping at Rockport we understand they will come on up the river to Orandview Troy Tell City Uannelton Tobins pert Derby Lou ven worth Corydon and on to New Albany It is believed that New Aloauy capital will meet the Evansville and Rockport people somewhere along tbe line and build tne road between them In any event Cannelton and Perry county will be the winners and the people in th o unbroken territory to be touched by the road will surely hail with delight its advent across their farms Let the good work proceed Lauueltcu Telephone WHAT OUR DAVE SAYS Representative David H Smith when asked last week about his open ion fit the results ot the recent ale tlOn by a Washington corresponclnet of a Louisville paper said The election showed that Col WmJ Bryan is the national leader of thn Democratic party That iIs the feeling so far as have I been able to observe throughout Kentucky Mr Brjau will be the greatest force 1 in the party in 1U08 BAC TINCongressman Ullie M Jojues of Marion is quoted as saying the following There Is one thing which the recent election provedand that is that the Eastern Democrats and their Western sillies are unsafe and insane and the masses of Democrats are going back to Bryan IIHe is their natural leader and the next campaign will find him fiu his proper place in the pprtr Revolution Imminent revoltit and serious trouble in your system Iis nervousness sleeplessness or stomach upsets Electric Hitter will quickly dismember the troublesome causes It never fails to tone the stomach regu late the Kidneys and Bowelsstimulate the Liver and clareify tho blood Rnn down systems benefited particularly and all the usual attending aches vaniish nnder Its searching and tborongh effectiveness Electric Bitters is only 60o and that Is returned if it dont give perfect satisfaction Guaran teed by Short n Haynes Druggists SETTING THE PACE Kentucky is setting the pace for the world to follow in the management and conduct of theological seminaries slid Dr Charles G Trumbull of Philadtl ephis talus lecture before the Pastors Sundayschool Institute which is iin session at the First Presbyterian churchi Tile Stole should be given much credit for the eyes of J0000UOO church workers are closely watching the stride she is making said he Thursdays Louisville Times TOTAL ATTENDANCE attendancfe at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition have been made public The total atI tendanre was 18741073 for 187 daysj The attendance on April 30 the open ing day was 187703 and on Decem ber 1 thecloslngday 203101 persons were in attendance CASTOnXABears thethet Kind You Have Always Bought BIgnatnre 1 IJPof BROTHER PARALYZED Richard Moremen of Glendeant Is the guest of his brotherCG More man Mr Moreman is just recovering from an attacK of paralysis Moade County Messenger Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind discourages and lessens ambition beauty vigor disappear cheerfulnesss when onI order diseasedKidney trouble prevalentthat weak scalds when child reaches when should able withbedwettingdifficulty kidney trouble first step should towards treatment unpleasanttrouble thekidneyssupposeWomen miserableremedyTheofSwnmpRootdruggists In cent dollar sizes You may a sample bottle by mall and the I neys are out of or has for a child to be born afflicted with kid neys If the child urin ates too often If the urine the flesh or If the an age It be to the is and the be the of by fifty and one have SrawpJootIngthousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y be sure and this paper Uoil tnmt anymlstake but remember the name Swamp Hoof Dr Kllmcrs Swamp Root and tho address Binghamton Non T every hoists I y h II Berkshire JWtern 11 SliverII When You Buy Spoons knives fork etc buy reliable brands even if they do cost a little more They are worth the difference If 1847 ROGERS BROS is the stamp it insures genuine Rogers wentaeerywhereFormakers International Sliver Co Merlden Conn IRVINGTON Miss Ellen Monford is home from LouisvilleLlttla Katherine Wimp is real sick wttn chickenpox Miss Kosa Holt ot Louisville IIs with Miss Cecil Spradlin Miss VlHta Lyojs entertained Miss Blanch Neafus for a week Miss Blanch Neafus of Meade conn tyls with Visa Vista Lyons Mrs Manly Roach and son are home from a trip to Grayson county Quite a number of visitors are ex pected here during the Christmas holidays Miss Vary Jo Mattingly spent sever al days with Mrs Frank Teaff at Webster Mips Marv Wrather is expected home Christmas from her school at Georgetown Miss Lillie Scott stopped off en route to Louisville and was entertained by the Misses Mnnford Mrs Dave Henry who has see quite ill with heart trouble in much Improved at this writing Rev J T Lewis will attend th Pastors intitute which meets iqLouisville Dec 5 Oand 7 Clarence Penick Pomp McCoy and Oscar Dowell attended the last few days of the St LOUIS fair Some very nice entertainments a- In e store for lovers of home amusements daring the Christmas holidays Mrs John Lyddan had for her company Misses Vista Davidson and Editn Marshall for Ssatnrday and Sun day Mies Ellen Herndon of Henderson arrived Saturday to make her gran 1 mother Mrs Letitia McGlothlan a vIsitIrvin Pusey wife and daughter and Emory Vrather of Cnicago are expscted home during the Christmas holidavs Charles Watkins Berry left Monday for his home in Nashville Tenn after a weeks stay with Mr Bute Herndon Our dressmakers Mrs Leah Pat and MrsMcCoyare doing a wholesale business this season Such pleasantt energetic women as these are bound to succeed TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATIVR IWOMO OlMMNEI Tab lots All druggists rotund tlio money If It falistoruro KW Orovus signature is on box 35c IN THE MEMORY OF I JAMES W JOHNSON JOur hearts are sad our darlings gone The letter filled me with despair The letter with those hitter words You have no father now Patient gentle suffering one Always kind to us nt home Now youre gone and left us nil Here to mourn your loss alone Oh Papa little did I think That I should see you never more When we parted in the spring time And you waved us farwe1l from the door Will I hear that dear voice calling Never more the vdice I love Is it talking with the angels In a brighter home above Oh my gentle patient darling 1 am mourning here for you When I die God let me go Straight to heaven and to yon Issie Fay El Paso Texas Mothers Be Careful of the health of your children Lookout for Coughs Colds Group andl Whooping Cough Stop them in time Ono Minute Cough Cure is the best remedy Harmless and pleasant SoldI by All Druggists WOMAN TO HANG Montpelier Vt IDec 7The Vermont House of Representatives this af ternoon refused to pass to the third reading of the bill to commute to life im prisonment the sentence of hanging im posed upon Mrs Mary M Rodgerswho I was convicted of murdering her husband The vote stood gl in favor of the bill to and 130 against itao +4 + + + + + ++ + 0mN115I Bank of Hardinsburg 1 I OFFICERS J B F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier DIRECTORSsMorris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beard J Dr A M Kincheloe D S Richardson s Insured against loss by fire or t Interest paid on time deposits burglaryii 1 N NN 1 The Breckinridge Bank Cloverport KyfCapital Stock 45100 Surplus 7000 Incorporated Organized hii872 W H BOWMER Presidenti A B SKILLMAN Cashier DRF L LIGIITFOOT VPres CHAS B SKILLMAN Asst Cashier Accounts of Firms Individuals and Corporations solicited Any business entrusted to us will receive prompt and careful attention Storage place for packages in our fireproof vault furnished our customers tree NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS Interest paid on time deposits 8 tDlB0tNN1tMltl lNi fBt14N tl1 iAtltlla litilii i First State Bank IIIRVINGTON KY iVicePresidentiiiAccounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited IIInterest Paid on Time Deposits tDHtlUll ifljltHtl t ls otl tltAtNi tlNtltH + THE- n Fifth Avenue HOTELLouisville Ii PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr f KY S R R tho Fit = = The and only hotel In city 200 rate Only block from pass door to parts tho cityi+ + DAN BROOKS CO- d LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS i CENTRAL STOCK YARDS LOUISVILLE FRISCOI STEM Chicago Eastern Illinois Double Daily Trains BETWEEN St Louis AND Chicago MORNING EVENING From LaSalle Street Station Chicago a mS1 0 p m From Union Station Merchants Louis a mS46 p m Morning or evening connection at both termini with lines diverging Equipment entirely new and modern throughout- A DOUBLETRACK RAILWAY Equipped with practical and approved safety appliances Substantially constructed IT = L 1I = StylishComfortable ComfortableTailor clothes All latest patterns for suits and trousers in high grade fabrics Clothes made by modern methods guar anteed Moderate prices Ex port tailors employed j II HUNSCHE Casper May C Canneltou Ltd = = firstclass blocks Street 950 930 BABBAGE AttorneyatLaw ADMINISTRATOR Cloverport Minute Cough For Colds Sanfords Fine Inks S Mucilage In full assortments of handy size und boot JNO BABBAGE School etc TO TOUR THE WOZLD It is announced that David president ofthe Louisiana Purchase Ex position is to make a tour of the world repay the visits of foreign dignitaries to express the gratitude St Louis most centrally located the making a one tho principal shopping district and two from the principal theatres cars the all i of i j AND Bridge St r Co V G PUBLIC Many yours experience in set thing estates All collections reas onable Kentucky One CureI Coughs and Croup bottles Library photo pastes to c t D books Rlrancls of amid the National Government for the liberality of foreign nations and exhibitorsPlans for the tour have not been made but It will begin in the spring as soon ns the affairs of the Exposition Company will permit A + t kt it C Iiy1 ff == I = I t = 1 1 t i I r II I 11I11 y 1LD t iiSRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D and V Q BABBAQE Editor and Proprietort Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year or- tt 125 if paid at the end of year t = q + i OABDS OF THANKS over five lines charged or at the rate of 10 cents per line OBITUARIES charged for at the rate ot 5 t tctataper line Money In advance Examlnn the label on your paper If It Is ta Dot correct please notify us = lr f When ordering a change In the address sabscrlbera should give their old as well as the new address r rEIGHT PAGES December 14 1904 1WEDNESDAY = I ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR COUNTY JUDGE are authorized to announce Henry WE doorman as a candidate surto the action i r13ect FOR STATE SENATOR are authorized to announce R W WE of Hancock county a candidate ri for State Senator from this the 10th district composed of the counties of Hancock t Breckeurldue and Mende subject to the ctlonof the Democratic party FOR REPRESENTATIVE to nnnounee Solby II fMcCracken as a candidate for Representative from Hreckrnrldge county subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR STATE SENATOR o art authorized to announce Dr 1 W I+ Knox of Hancock county lisa candidate for State Senator from this the 10th district composed of the counties of Hancock IlrecK enrldge and Meade subject to the action ofr I the Democratic party The vote on the Philippine civili S government hill is the principal event h ischeduled for the Senate this week all other business being barred rof Though of lowly birth and practi cally unknown until recently Mrs 1 Cassie Chndwick of Cleveland 0 bas been the cause of the greatest sensation in the history of that State and has had hundreds of columns of stuff published about her in the daily papers of the country She has borrowedl 11100000 on worthless securities andl has bad in her possession alleged securities of the face value of 14800 000 all of which hear the forged nameI of Andrew UnrneRie Estimates of her estate show that it will pay a mill and a half on the dollar She has been arrested and imprisoned and will g s down in frenzied finance history a the greatest woman nwindl r of theI ageThe first and second issues of theI Springfield Sun have been received at this office The Sun is published at Springfield Kyby J Rodgers Gore formerly editor of the IBreckenrldge I Democrat The paper is an eight page six column affair and is neatly print ed The first issue is full of good news matter and much more advertising than the average newspaper carries in its 1 initial number It is thorough u Democratic and is issued weekly i the interest of Washington county And Editor Gore keeps up to th btamlard in his secon d issue and Ii9 will continue to Keep up to it if the getting there qualities o one of tbe best allround young newspaper men in the State can accomplish such a result FOR ST 1TE SJSAdTOJt Dr J W Knox of Lewisport Han cock county whose announcement for State Senator appears in this issue is a wellknown citizen of that town and county and so far as we know bears a good reputation He represented that county in the Legislature one term and made a fair record We have never heardany of his acts questioned and we presume if he didnt do any good for his constituents he didnt do them any harm We will say this for Mr Knox that he believes in letting people know that he is a candidate and wants the of fice and that there is no better way to do that than through the newspapers He knows that it iis impossible for him to see every voter in the district hence sends his photograph through the News tt Take a look at his picture It is a goods j Ioneof a fine handsomelooking man I drwith a broadopen countenance and fine physique lie looks like a man that had the stuff in him to make a goodsenator to represent not only Democrats but Republicans as well We commend him to the tender mercies of the Democratic voters in the primary January 28 1005 1 F1RheumatismIs one of the constitutional 4 diseases It manifests itself painsinflamed musclesbut it cannot be I applicationsItI I throughthecourse of the great medicineI HoodsSarsaparillawhich d cured thousands of cases For testimonials of remarkable cures1 1Blend tor Book on Rheumatism No1 Ci L Hood Co LoweD Mint f Irb1 r Y tCcC rt r3 y S DR R P KEENE g fa I Representing 8 TAYLOR KEENE TAYLOR ICII I DENTISTS j mOFj OWEN8BORO m 1 1WillI be In Dr Llghtfoots office one m iweekI out of each month prepared to all wlshlnl high Class Den IIwalton iq1 Will be Nero January 9 to 13 A 7r JIRVINGTON Ernest Galloway IP home from Mat toon Ill- Miss Alice Bauer spent Saturday in LouisvilleRoy leaves shortly for L Angeles CalI OAe thtrOAr merchants report Dr Dempster wife and baby left Glendeane atter several weeks stn y here John Henry and R B McGlothlan stock buyers are shipping very good stock now Miss Lula Owen one of Cloverports belles is with Mrs J T Lewis for a short stay Miss Molhe Adkisson of near Wat nnt Grove was here recentlv visiting and hopping Clande Mercer of Hardinsburg was in the vicinity last week to SAe a fair young lady Dr J C Bush of Jannelton will bin e Irvington Deo 23 and 24 for the practice of dentistry Mr Zir le and motnerof Louisville spent several days with Mr and Mre Chas Chamberlain Miss Ellen Herndon left Tuesday for a visit to Louisville and will return for the Xmas holidays Pastors Lewis and Graves were highly pleased with the Pastors In stitute which met in Louisville re centlyMrs Bernie Brashear Gilllland and son Joe were visitors at the Me Glothlans on their way to Cincinnati their future home byssupIply ol Xmas goods Everyday needs a department tint is chuck full of little things you need They dont cot you much either Jolly Gardner S Co Presiding Elder Duvall and wlte were entertained at the hospitable home of Rev Hynes on their return tup from Hardinsonrg lOur college boys and girls are ex petted home for the Xmas holidays arrangeuMr and Mrs David Heron H H nndt Mrs Nannle Watnen formed a theater party from here to see Viola Allen i n Winterfa Tale Neckwear a nice line Nothing more appropriate for a Christmas gil than a nice tie We have tnem for both men and womenJolly Gard ner K Co- Candy made of pure materials blended in snch a manner as to make them irrenistably delicious Come tar for your Christmas candies Jolly Gardner d Co Mr and Mrs Charles Chamberlain entertained the Social Club Friday evening to a firstclass musical Mr Zircle of Louisville rendering quite a number of piano solos The Ladies Aid Society of the Bap tist church are mailing up a box to send the Baptist Orphans Home 1 Louisville and all who wish to enjoy the pleasure contributinij cad leave their donation at McGlothlan Pig gottH store Are you looking for some nice china ware If you are dont pass us by Wo have just received nie line in the latest designs and at popular prices Come in and select a nice dinner setNo gift would be more appropriate for yonr wife Jolly Gardner Co In our dry goods department you will find many things appropriate and usefull for Christmas gifts The wife or the husband son or daughter like the dub stantial in gifts Come in and take a look through this department Jolly Gardner Co NOTICE Everyone is cordially invited to attend a lecture given byGrand Master Bed ord of A O U W at the Baptist church Saturday Dec IT the subject being Fraternal Insurance for the care of the orphans and widows Lecture be gins at 7 oclock p m Admission free L D Bishoff J W Kendarl Committee O A Dowell J SELLS FINE CATTLE Abel Gillemvator of Irvington sold 26 head of fine cattle in Louisville Monday at 4 cents They averaged 1200 pounds each y TfJHEHOME OF VnfO- EIo Nursing Mothers There is no time in a womans life whenjthe life two persons never a remedy equal to Vinol to create such strength We cordially invite any weak and rundown woman to try Vinol on our promise to return her money if she is not fully satisfied Isnt that fair Respectfully SHORT HAYNES Druggists w 1A W ItJij1J1 1 BARGAINSTHAT YOU SHOULD TAKE ADVANTAGE OF f Best Northern Potatoes by wt per bu 70c Rolled Oats any kind 3 for 25c Pure N O Molasses per gallon 60c Meal per bushel 70c Armours Extract of Beef 45c Good Rice 61b for 25c Bakers Chocolate per lb 40c We have a complete line of Boots Shoes Overshoes and Felt Boots Popham BrosCLOVERPORT KENTUCKY Jj rwrN WId n W w w I Dr M Dinkelspeel I Owensboro THURSDAY FRIDAY and SATURDAY IDecember 22 2n2If glasses do not suit or if you have Headache Dizzi ness or Nervous Derangement you cannot account for it will pay you to consult him is his thirdvisit and his work has given perfect satisfaction Como nottcall me word and I will have the Doctor call on you j Kyt0 rrA JfInilInu 0 ar IMPORTANT DAY Thursday was an important feast day with Catholics all over the world and was observed in all their churches The feast is known as that of the Immaculate Conception and the observation of the aay Thursday was partic thenfiftieth anniversary of the proclama tion of th j dogma known as the Immaculate Conception Father Brey held the services tit St Roses and then went to HawesvIlle with Father Urury of Knottaville who held the services at the church there The Hawesville church was built just fifty years ago and is known as the church of the Immaculate Conception Boys And Girls Meet with many accidents during Christmas celebrations 1aracamph relieves instantly Burns Cuts and Bruises and heals without leaving ugly scars So mothers be sure to keep a bottle ot Pnracamph in your house DROUTH NOT BROKEN The very light rains since our last publication have done no good except to the wheat and encouragement to the people that it will be followed by more Streams and ponds are getting lower all the time and stock water in many sections is now the scarcest article on the farm Springs and streams throughout the county that have never failed before have gone dry D H TO CELEBRATE Representative H Smith will leave Washington the last of this week fur his home at Hndgenville On next Monday Mr Smith will celebrate his wedding nniversary l4- r of I Will be at my store again your This Lend David silver I Never Be Content To give your sweetheart your mother father sister brother sou or daughter worthless presents fo- rChristmas Gifts You will find in our wellselected stock nice and appreciable as I well as lifelong lasting pres ents At Prices to Suit Every pocketbook Come und gee our display You are at home in our store buy or pot buy Come all T C LEWIS SON Hardinsburg Ky 1 If Bank Of CloverportFF to Incorporated 19O3 Capital Stock 20000 t r rlSurplus and Undivided Profits 1600 I FRANK P PAYNE President MARION CashierIIJ C MATTINGLY Vice Pres AA SIMONS Assistant 1L1 I Insured against loss by =and Burglary Interest Paid on Time 1 Deposits I Wo cater to the wants of till entrusting us with their banking business Wo most respectfully ask you to open an account with us if you have not already done so and lot us prove to you what we s- ayHetirig 1 t Stoves StovesIIComo in and see a full line of Heating Prices from 250 to 10OO These y class goods and the prices are right Steel Ranges SiSf on front tho SIB to 25 1 u WE PAY CASs FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE x McGLOTHLAN PIGGOTT Irvington Ky n y ol- Ar 14 m = Are You Going to Build any of the Above I J jl If so we wont you to write to us about the lumber you will 44 4JP4 LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY J = YES COME IN AND SEE t MY SIDE SHOWjj i IT DOES NOT COST ANYTHING TO GET INit i While In St Louis r I met with a most opportune time to engage in my new de I f t parture Nearly all the wholesale jewelry houses in the kdistributIonmy at night I would compare prices of the differ ent firms 1 then bought one bill of a New York City house another ofa St Louis firm t anda third of a Chicago house all for spot cash prices and so Iam now show yo- uHandsome closestff Christmas Presents in ladies and gents gold and silver watches gold fob chains ladies lorgnette chains also gold rings and scarf pins sot with diamonds for Itony folks shirt studs cuff buttons collar but y tons etc tothe I pay big L jhpuso rent of 100 or 150 per month t I t J H Payne 1i i Stephensport Ky l To Cure a Cold in One Day In Cores Two Crip Days 4 Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets PH on every tf Seven Million tunes sold in post 12 months Thk Signature 9 S Xyps box 25c JtJ Ft r AN OLD ADAGE i SAYSA purse Is a heavy curse 1 r ipureeitenths of all dis- easeTunsi sPills go to the root of the whole mat ter thoroughly quickly safely and restore the action of the LIVER to normal condition Give tone to the system and solid flesh to the body Take No Substituteot I vrhe Breckenridge News t 1 f c WEDNESDAY December 14 1904 J Eggs 24cBabbage Sou i giftsi1 j Nice line of fruit baskets at Sippels Dr R E Morrison dentist Owens boraI1 1Lee Sipea went to Hawesville Thurs t day te L V Chapin was In Louisville Mon day 1 It Mixed and stick candy 7C per lbatI Sippelsit Gregory was up from Fen I ley Sunday Mrs Chas Hall has returned fromII 1 t Louisville 4 I t Louiskitetred Fraize was In Louisville last 1 Wednesday l Pat Ma terson of Troy Ind was here last week Rev SUChristian was in Louisville r part ot last week The largest display of fireworks in J town at Sippels Mrs Nancy Worley is seriously ill of pneumonia fever Clint Murray or Rockport Ind was here Saturday See Sippels lOc counter of toysglass ware and chiraware Mrs Ortilo DeHaven was at Hot several days last week Mrs JP King has gone to Wabash Ind to visit her mother Mrs I A Meyer returned Monday to ii Louisvillel after a visit here I Mr and Mrs Una Gibson and Mrs I iarkin Oibson visited at Holt Ve lnes fry i Miss Benola Hull was the guest of Miss SallIe Richey at Hawesville last week + 1 When you go to Louisville stop at the Nevltt BotelC D Piokerill proprietor Whit nicer Christmas present could you make than a pair of spectacles fitted by Dr Dinkelspeel at Fishers f SickBlood I Feed pale girls on Scotts j Emulsion t tJj We do not need to give all vtheJ reasons why Scotts Emulsionrestores the strength goodItj health to those who suffer Slrfrom sick blood Hw The fact that it is the best 1preparation of Cod Liver Oil Bench in nutrition full of healthy stimulation is a suggestion as w JJo why it does what it does f Scotts Emulsion presents I Cod Liver Oilat its bestaj i fullest in strength least in tasteIfc Young w menin their E teens ware permanently cured 4 tof the peculiar disease of the blood which shows itself in paleness weakness and nervousness by regular treatment with Scotts Emulsion t is a true blood food and is naturally adapted to the cure fof the blood sickness from which so many young women sufferWe be glad to send a sample to any sufferer Re sure that thus picture In the form of a label lion the of every bottle el Emulsion you buy SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St New York 11EdwantSpot GregoryII cost at T F SnwycrsII Mrs S O Christian has returned from a visit to relatives m Southern I I IndlaJJOII for cusp only at T F SawyersII Jesse Dohler IP at home from St I Louis where he had been for several months C I J M Gregory went to Dundee Wednesday to spend several days on n I hunting trip Hurry it you want your pictures ranted for Christmas Edward Gregory Oscar Dickey returned Thursday from a visit to his father Ueo Dickey at Ellzabethtown 5000 feet of picture mouldings to be made into frames any size Edward Gregory Mrs Con tIpple was at Cannelton Wednesday to attend the wedding of her sister Miss Emma Young Misses Margaret Moorman and Louise Babbage go to Louisville Thursday to spenda week The Masons will give a supper in the first floor of their new building sonic time the latter part of this month Mesdames Geo W Short Eugene Haynes and Chas B Skillman were in Louisville Thursday and Friday Mrs PT Heyser went to Maitlund Flu last weep to spend the winter with her sister Miss Frisollla Owen Popham Bros store was closed Mon day and part of Tuesday ou account of the illness of Isadore and Ernest Pop ham and botb of their clerks Mrs J H Stites of Louisville lUll Mrs Tillie Koellein of Nashville were in the city part of last week visiting Mrs J H Wills and other friends LETTERS TO SANTA ClAUS NoticeSanta Claus letters re ceived at this odico not litter than Friday at noon will bo published in the News next week Wants 550 Automobile Hardinsburg Dec 11 1904 Dear Santa Claus I thought 1 will write to you to tell you what I would like for Christmas And I would like a air gun that cost 100 that will hold 1 shot And I would like a sword And I would like nI automobile that cost 550 ctsAnd would like a game And sonic fire crackers and roman candles And a drum and horn And I will close Your little boy lasso Leo Winebrinncr I was S years old 10th Dec 04 Wants a Big Doll Webster Ky flee 14 1901 Hello Santa Claus I will now write and toll you what I want for Christmas I want all kind of candies oranges and nuts also a story book bracelet and a big doll that will go tt sleep and everything that will please a little girl ten years old Now please dont forget to come Your Little Girl Mary April Chism Cautions Santa to Come Webster Ky Dec 11 1904 Dear Santa Claus I willnow write to you and toll you what I want for Christmas I want all kindof candies nuts oranges raisins bananas and figs and I want a ring and a doll that will go to sleep and ever thing else that you think will please a little girl six years old From your little friend Valeria Belle Hatfiold Now please dont forget to come l PECULIAR THEFT The bloodhound which was stolen from Judge Wills and Marshal De Haven was returntd to them last Thursday afternoon bnt not by the parties who sole him The theft IA one of a peculiar nature The animal was given some time ago toJudge Wills and Marshal DeHaven by a stock company of Tobinsport farmers who bought him to protect themselves from the extensive work of tire bugs in their part of Peny county Ind They gave tho dog to the present owners the agreement being that Judge Wills and Marshal DeHaven uhonld train nim and let any member or members of the company use him for their own benefit when needed Tne animal was stolen say the present owners by members of the stook company and returned through proxy by them Through fear of arrest it is believed the animal was returned The exact motive for the theft is not known 1 YOUNG PHYSICIAN WHOS MAKING GOOD The above is a very good likeness rf- Dr 1 15 P Rodgers of Fordsville HI formerly of Aukin Dr Rodgers i iItyoung physician who is making goo1 It in the popular vernuculii of the ell1 iy He is achieving success iin his prates ion where many others are not nod lit stands foremost in his line of work in his secli HI of the State Dr Rodgers is Well known in Drerkell ridge county where he built up an ex celleut practice With many friends e has been a popular young man as well as a good physician He is not a imtivc of Breckeuriilge county but married one of her fair d ui hters Miss Nannie Fisher whose parents are Mr and MeF Chas Fisher of Glendeane On November 28 Dr and Mrs Ro 1g ers went to Fordsville to make llnir future house In a recent letter to the News Dr Rodgers said that he h d learned to love Urecketiridge county And many friends whom he left beliiil bear a kindred feeling for him and te gret his departure from the county bit want their good wishes for his fan e success to tallow him tt Fordsville IN PITIABLE CONDITION- A destitute woman her baby and two young sons who gave tluir name us Norris and said they came front Owens boro were put ufo the afternoon trpti Saturday They spent the night iu tin depot wer provided with food by the ciiy nod also with transportation to Irvington They went to Irvington SPD day morning Their intention was to get to Louisville where the mother expected to find work for her boys in a tobacco factory They paid their firt from Owensboro to Lewisport but us they had no more money they were furnished with transportation from Lewisport to Hawesville and thence to this city by the authorities at the towns where they stopped They were scan ily clothed and carried their few belongings in old sacks Half a column is devoted in Mondays CourierJournal to telling the story of the womans hardship and want as told to the Louisville police on her reaching that city Sunday night with her children They weretakeu to the Wayf r srs Lodge by the police When you want a pleasant purgative try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are easy tc take and produce no nausea griping or other disagreeable effect For sale by Short- S Haynes PUBLIC SPEAKINGS The Hon Gus W Richardson cand date for reelection to the State Senate from the Tenth Senatorial district will speak atHardinsburg Thursday Dec 15 Custer Saturday Dec l7and Hawes ville Thursday Dec 20 Speaking at each place will begin at 1 oclock p m sharpMessrs Knox and Owen Mr Rich atdsoun opponents are respectfully iin vited to be present and a division of time will be granted MISS KEISKERS TEA Miss Louise Keisker will give a tea Friday afternoon MissLouise Babbage of Cloverportand Miss Marie Rain of Lexington will be the special guests Assist ing In receiving will be Misses Aunie Bullitt Fannie Storts Mirtha Johnson Lillian Mansir Lillie Belle Mortimore Guluare Dotter Alma Von Bories Sat urday s Louisville Times ft VfS MUCH ESTEEMED Bewleyville Ky Dec 19Spa- oralMrs Hay who pas Been living with hAr daughter Mrs J D Jordan several years died Friday morning and was buried near Hudsonville Saturday afternoon She was much esteemed by her friends DOING NICELY = S S Hobbs a young mart who was hit by a falling piece of tim ber near Hardinsburg last week is reported to bo doing nicely Ilia right thigh was broken and his loft leg was broken in two places CURESWHEREALLELSE FAILS Best Couch Syrup Tastes Good in Urns Sold by druggists I1Use CONSUMPTION 51 r V1NV V 1 r tv ta QFCAt4RA r + rt 41T IIoA M 1l t93tiie1ahj b TA Z Peruna is recommended by fifty members of Congress by Governors Consuls Generals Majors Captains Admirals Eminent Physicians Clergymen many Hospitals and public institu IItions and thousands upon thousands of those in walks of life Ask Your Druggist for a Free Peruna Almanac for 1905 IND If you want money for a wise pur pose you can get it on your note at 3 per cent per annum without mortgage security or publicity offer limited Plan estlaintd free Attend College start in business buy a farm own a home Address Worlds Desire Bureau Chllllcothe Missouri GUS AND DICK HERE Gus Richardson of Guston and Dick Owen of Le visportcandidates for State Senator subject to the action of the Democratic party were in the city Sunday However they were her only long enough to shake hands and speak to each other Mr Owen came upon the OMs train and returned on th 1025 train Senator Richardson cane down on the 1025 train and returned to Gustbrf pn the afternoon train It f IaboutUia first time Senator Richardson has been In this part of the county since his announcement for State Senator Mr and Mrs Win Woods who were married Sunday morning went to Addison that afternoon to visit his sister Mrs A J Fella For Making I good bread white breadbread thats full of nutriment CADICKS GOLDDUST FLOUR The distinctive flavor and moisture of bread made front Cadicks Gold Dust Flour is due to Red Winter Wheat used and our own process of milling it If your baking hasnt been good late 1 ly try Cn dicks Gold Dust Flour and note the improvement- All grocers sell it Caolick Milling CoGRANDVIEW SATISFYYOUR LIIST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 48 Dally Fast Train leaves Cloverport 507 AM stops at West Ioil only arrives at Louisville 715 A M No 42 Dully Mall and Express leaves Clo verport 945 A M stops atallway stations arrives LouUvlllo 1335 Train No 44 Dally fastmail leaves Clo verport 449 p moo stops at all way stations east Cloverport except Mystic arrives at Louisville 725 p m Train No48 Dally Cloverport accommo dation arrives Cloverport 915 p m WEST BOUND No 47 Dally C overport accommodation leaves Cloverport 000 a m arrives Evans vlllo 000 am eXllressleaveslluwtsvllle Owenslxiro Henderson and Evansville arrives St Louis 720 p m Train No 43 Mull and Express dally ar rives Cloverport 7 S3 p m Evansvlllu 1030 p m Stops at all suctions No45 dally St Louis fast train leavesClo verport 1100 PM arrives Evansvlllo 135 A M St Louis 740 A M stops at Hawesvlllo Owensboro and Henderson only Chair cars on trains 41 and 44 between Louisville and Evansville Through sleeping cars and reclining chair cars on trains 45 and 40 between Louisville and St Louis Fordsville Branch BOUNDeTrain No 2 Dally except Sunday leave- Fordsvlllo 630 a m arrives Irvington fi40 am leavees Fordsvllle 320 pm arrives Irvington 6j20- p m Train No 0 Sunday only FordsvllloO30 a m Irvington 903 p m WEST BOUND Train No3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irvington 45a m arrives Fordsvlllo 245 pmTrain No 5 Dally leaves Irvington 635p- m arrives FordsvlUo 955 p m Mrs Clarence Banor of Hawesville has been visiting her parents Mr an I Mrs R H Mctxavock P 14L = Wants m + + Advertisements Inserted under tills bead atone cent a wurd per week LOST IiC LOTA red and white setter dOll name Anyone jrlvlrirmo information of him will ue paid rewllrdII L Hrunor Union Star hy FOR SALE pRINTING Presses and Cutting machines lot of good Laundry machines Also new and secondhand his and Gasoline EnKlnesMAUTIN GABLE 51ti 3rd Street Louisville Ky WANTEDTO TRADE WANTED To trade a lot of horses and cattle 1131 Heard Hurdlns burg Ky WANTED- ANTEDTose1110000 2 your old apple vv tresat3per 100 lesstlmn 100 Co ouch 2000 peach trees sit lOouifli Send for list oftrees Highland Nursery Cov rport Ky HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES 1 50 Cloverport to Louisville andre turn on trains leaving Cloverport fi 07 a m nod 915 a m Saturday Dec 17 good to return on trainsI and 45 same date No 43 will be held at Louisville until 6 p m on that date No 4s leaves Louisville 0 pnt One way second class colonist tickets to South and Southeast first and third Tuesdays each mouth at reduced rates Homeseekers Excursions tonll points to which homeseekers rates apply For the holidays rate of one and one third fare minimum 25 cents for the round trip between Cloverport and all local points Dates of sale flee al f 2520 31 1904 and Jan11 2 H1051 VJ good to return Jan 4 1H05 LIKES HIS POSITIONtofroui5 4g W L McUrnckeu came up Eddyvilte last week for a visit t hisTC family He has been there several months as a guard at the State pens tentiary He is well pleased with his gosltion and will return there again without his family 9ilnwM11fer Cal Hen drive ot near Hardinsbnrg returned MrsdT Hsrminn at Tell Jit y I Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic has stood the test 25 years Average Annual Sales over One and a Half Million bottles Does this recorO of merit appeal to you No Cure No Pay 50c Endc edwkh every bcrttte tea Tea Cwt package of Groves Black Root Liver Pills I s 4 c f 1 1 I i i 4The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY December 14 1004 FORMER NATIVE i Of Cloverport L C Murray In vites President To Louisville After The Camp Site a Wasnington D C Dec 7IhopeI and believe I can visit Louisville on my return from my Southern trip II I make it said President Rooseveltt In response t3 the Invitation extendedI r k to him this morning Logan O Murray representing theI city of Louisville and its commercial organizations asked the President t gatet ciR way Louisville With him were Sean tors Blackburn and McCreary Repre ac t sentative Shereiy and John WYerkes The President replied that he could c make no definite pomise as his plane sI were not formed as he did not know what Congress would do but he said i that if there is no extra session an undecided question that he would gct e 7 to San Antonio tor a reunion of hu L r regiment and stop at Atlanta and Ros 1 wellUa his mothers home 4 On his return he desires to take a i five weeks vacation in the Rockies quitting for a while the toiling mas ses and join the classes as an aristo s v crat and enjoy the national sport ol 1 j4hunting as he laughingly said L Senator Blackburn saIdIThen ofr come back by Louisville and so haveI f the best last The President then expressed his appreciation of the invitation and said he hoped and believed he would come iAllt of the members of the delegation were gratified by his encouraging r answer and they believe he will bon or Louisville and Kentucky by accept- Ing the invitation The Presidents remark that the extra session may or may not be called is regarded as highly significant No Chance For West Point Washington Dec 7Mr Logan C Murray of Louisville had an inter View yesterday with Chairman Hull Of the House Committee on Military Affairs and also with Congressman Proctor of the Senate Committee He pointed out that the West Point army post site was in the center of a circle containing 17000000 people and that noother site would be as sat isfactory as the ground offered oy Kentucky Neither would give Mr L Murray any encouragement and Mr Hull said he did not know whether theI measure would come up at this xession of the Senate Senator Blackburn told Mr Murray the West Point site had no chance I have said all along r said the Senator you cannot succeed with the Kentucky site It is a useless I fight These people nave their own axes to grind and they will grind them Fight Will Be Bitter Tnoso who will persist in closin thire ears against the continual recommendation of Dr Kings New Dis covery for Cousuuipton will hav a long and utter fight with their troubles if not ended earlier by fatal t termination Read what T R Beall of Beall hiss has to say List fall my wile hud every symptom of con sumption hllllifnlleel Hh tOOl Dr Kings New four bottles entirely cured her Guar anteed oy Short A Haynee Druggists Price 309uml SI1 00 Trial bottles free Old Southern Remedies What is one mans food is another byrI old Southerner that the following r ran n8 + will benefit seven out of ten r I d For alcoholism try buttsruiilk It whiskyfy dropsyy31 relieves pain and heals vonnrls Not tuo much and dont get wet Kerosene will cure sore throat Con sumptives should try it Take a tablet spoonful at a time Hold nose Bathing head in cold water every r morning will prevent one from tak colds easily Better commence inr- Ing the summer time r d s ansy Il qback at theI j Balsam applied to dog bite willcarry rehefII OnlIf crcontagiousrI r Try cola water for tired feetCin ttcinnatl Enquirer FOR MAYOR York Deo SWilliam Ran 11 is a candidate for Mayor of New York Some people are taking a humorous view of his aspirations but Tammany recognizes the Hearst boom as a serious menace and is preparing to tight his candidacy vigor ously r t t- ii 7 t fp t f L IS INTERESTING Is The Report Of The Secretary Of Interior On Pensions On Indian Affairs Etc Some interesting statistics relating to Indian affairs pensions education etc are given in the annual report of the Secretary of the Interior The report in part is aa follows Forest Reserves There are now fiftynine forest reserves created by presidential procla mation under Section 21 of the act of March 3 1891 embracing 03703404 acres Indian Affairs Marked advances toward civiliza tion have been made by the Indians of the United States during the past year and the number of those who have engaged in earning self sap port has materially Increased many wholly supporting themselves aud- families The Indian population has varied but slightly from previous years the number being about the same as reported last year 270000 Of this num ber about 180000 occupy 156 reserva tions in the various States and Terri tories containing about 55127000 acres outside of the State of New York and the Indian Territory Indian schools to the number of 253 were in operation during the fiscal year 1104 us against 257 in 1003 Pensions The report of the Commissioner of Pensions shows that during the fiscal year ended June 30 1004 the total number of pensioners on the roll was 1043011 and the number remaining on the roll at the end of the year was 004702 a net loss of 1783 from the previous yeai The gans to the roll during tne year were 44246 new pensioners and 3128 restorations and renewals a tola of 47374 of this number 320 were pen sioned by special acts of Congress The losses to the roll during the same time by death were 43820 and trom other causes 5337 a total of 40157 a net loss for the year of 1783 The number of deaths of soldier pensioners for the year was 31728 and of this number 30071 were volunteers of the Civil War The pension roll at the close of the year contained the names of 720315 soldiers 273841 widows and depeudentsand GOO army nurses Patent Office The report of the Commissioner of Patents on the business of the Patent Office for the fiscal year ended June 80 1004 shows tnat there were received during that year 50321 appli cations for letters patent 823 applica dons for deaigns2551 applications for tradenmKs 1207 applications for labes and 331 applications for prints There were 31070 patents granted including reissues and designs and 2213 trademarks 1044 labels and 257 prints were registered The number of patents that expired was 20UUO The number of allowed1 applications which were by operation of law for 8ualgfees vvas 5400 The toM receipts of the office were 100387000 the total andethe surplus ot receipts over expendi tures being the amount turned into the treasury was 104755 60 The Commissioners report shows that the business of the Patent Ollice is growing rapidly the increase from 1809 to 1004 having been about 355 per cent while the numoer of em ployes during the same period was increased only 8 per cent- Education The Commissioner of Education presents some interesting data and statistics of education in the United ColumbiaSalad Fork StatesThe number of pupils enrolled in the common schools during the year was 10000301 the same being 2004 per cent of the entire population as estimated by the Census Bureau viz 70000380 The average dally at tendance for 1003 was 11054502 the same being 002 per cent of thetotal number enrolled This is the largest average attendance on the number en rolled ever reported in the United States The average monthly wages of teacher3 was 4008 for males and 4051 for females The above figures relate to the pub lie schools only In addition the pri vate schools are estimated at 1001870 pupils for the eleirentury schools and 108223 students are reported for academies and other secondary schools The total enrollment for the year including public and private elemen tary secondary and higher educatIon was 17630478 pupils and to this there should be an addition made for evening schooK business schools private Kindergartens Indian schools State schools for defectives orphans etc 048440 making a grand total of 18187018 In general and special schoolsCASSIE CHADWICK Mrs Cassle Chad wick of Cleveland Ohio has become the marvel of modern history in one respect at least She has earned the reputation of bor rowing more money than was ever secured in a similar way by any other woman and apparently without back ing that would be acceptable to banks In her home town of Cleveland Ohio nothing else is talked about but her and the newspapers contain pages of stuff about nor Four weeks ago the public knew little about her and prior to her mar riage people did not know there was any such woman in existauce She came of an obscure family and one that would seem the least likely to produce a financier of her call bre Yet she has succeeded in borrowing no less than live million dollars from bankers with security that was prac tically worthless and in some cases without any security at all One of the results of her work is the suspen sion of the Citizens NationalBank of Oberlin Ohio and the landing of two of the officers of that institution in prison The whole story reads like a romance A GUARANTEED CURE FOR CHILLS Itching Blind Bleeding or Protruding Piles Druggists refund money It PAXO OINTMENT fulls to cure any case no matter of how long standing In 8 to 14 days First application Rives ease and rest 50c If your druggist hasnt It send SOc In stamps and It will bo forwarded postpaid by Paris Medi dine Co St Louis Mo IN COURT OF APPEALS Lezinsity vs Legranda Breukenridge j appellant filed notice and motion and gnnnds to advance case j appellee filed brief on the motion motion submitted An Emergency Medicine For sprains bruises burns scalds and similar injuries there is nothing so good as Chamberlains Pain Balm It soothes the wound and not only gives instant reliet from pain but causes the parts to heal in about one third the time required by the nsnall treatment Sold by Short Haynes HEARING POSTPONED Washington Dec fiThe hearing by the Supreme Court of tbe United States in the case of Swift vs the United States popularly known as the Beef Trusfcase was today postpon I theIthe motion was to erve the conven ience of the Attorney General who desires topartlcipate in the argument and who was not prepared at this time to proceed J t Articles not alone beautiful but useful and durableI make the most sensible gift These good features together with a moderate price make the genuine 1847 ROGERS BROS SPOONS KNIVES FORKS ETC an ideal Holiday gift They are made in a great variety of shapes sizes and designs Handsomely packed In lined cases and vary in price from 25c to 350 Your dealer can supply you Write us for our handsome catalogue CL to aid you In making selections ISTKRVATIOXAL SILVER CO Rieotiior to MEIUUEN BRITANNIA CO llerlden Conn j olumbla Salad Spoon L s riN EE WLLZD Judge of District Court Plainly Speaks His Mind It Is with pleasure that I give my hearty endorsement to Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery It is the most suc cessful remedy that I know of for the weakened condition of the digestive organs which excessive heat or overwork some times brings causing indigestion sick headache a disagreeable or bitter taste in the mouth sleepless nights and a com plication of unnatural conditions making one feel sick all over Your remedy is scientifically prepared and well calcu lated to renovate the entire system cleansing andvitalizing the blood andassisting the stomach to perfect assimilation of- the food which will soon harmonySincerely ttthzt4fudft of riM District Duval County Florida The Golden Medical Discovery restores the long lost appetite it strengthens the weak stomach and corrects the impaired digestion it promotes the flow of digestive juices and facilitates the assimilation of the lifegiving elements of the food into the blood When the blood is pure and rich old inert tissues are torn down carried off and excreted and new healthy muscular tissues replace them In this way it puts on healthy flesh up to the normal weight and fortifies one against all diseasebreeding germs It allays I ENDORSE PROCEEDINGS- Mass conventions of members of the American Society of Equity in Ohio county and in Hancock oountyhave been held at Haynesville and Hawes ville respectively and the proceedings of the Lynchburg convention of tobac co growers have been endorsed This convention set a price of 8 round on dark tobacco and 12 on burley and the local unions of the counties which were represented at the two couven tions agreed not to sell any of their tobacco for lower prices As all the local unions of the A S E in the two counties were not present at the con ventions another convention for each county has been announced one for Ohio county to be held at Hartforr on January 10 and one for HancocK coun ty at Hawesville on December 20 A Common Thing With older people Is Rheumatism Sharp deep pain that hurt from morning till nightParacamph relieves Rheumatism instantly because it opens the pores Induces sweating re moves congestion and draws out all Fever and Inflammation Your money back if you are not satisfied Try it today TOOK FRENCH LEAVE Citizens of Cunnolton are mourning the sudden disappearance from tlnit place of Charles Chubbuck who went there a year ago and es tablished skowor factory Twenty four citizens backed the promoter for as many hundred dollars and now they are losers as is the pro motor himself READ TillS RIchmond Ky Feb O 1001 DrEW Hall StLouis MoDear Sir Ihave used one bottle of the Tex as Wonder Halls Ureat Discovery for kidney and bladder trouble I weigh ed 100 pounds wnen I began using it j today I weigh 170 pounds and feel better than I have in twenty yeats and I cheerfully recommend it to the public RespectfullyJohn A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle ot the Texas Won der Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emis sions weak and lame backs rheu matism and all irregularities of the Kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your druggist it will be sent by mail on receipt of r1 One small bottle is two months treatment and seldom falls to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer P 0 Box 620 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Hold by all druggists r f jI Jj8 mcjAJ kl J wi jr Only Line running through Personally Conducted Ex Loulsvllla to CALIFORNIA NEW MEXICO ARIZONA and TEXAS inflammation of the mucous membranes R soothes the cough facilitates expectoration and deepens the breathing supplying the system with a much needed stock of oxygen FF- It drives out all impurities and disease germs 4 l 3000 Forfeit I Will be cheerfully paid in lawful money of E the United States by the Worlds Dispensary Medical Association of Buffalo N Y pro prietors of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Dis covery if they cannot show the original statement and signature of every testimonial among the thousands which they are constantly publishing attesting the superior curative properties of their several medi cines and thus proving the genuineness and reliability of all the multitude of testimonials f volunteered by grateful people in theirIbehalf r I feel it my duty to write you as I have received iI so much benefit from the use of your medicines says Mrs E Sando of Ton IowaII I was troubled with torpid liver indigestion and nervous prostration for about eighteeen months and lost strength so that I was unable to do any work I several doctors but without receiving help TheyIadvised me to have an operation for gall stone which I thought would be the very last step I would take I then sat down and wrote to you for advice some five or six months ago and have since been taking your I Golden Discovery Can now say that I am well and able to do all my work besides doing lots of weaving In the last two months I have woven about four hundred yards of carpet and feel now that I will keep on with it as I like the weaving business so well I took only eIght bottles of the I Golden Medical Discovery and some of Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets II I will be glad if I can say anything to those who tire suffering as I did I I was taken sick nine years ago with fever writes Mr M M Wardwell of Linwood worth Co KansII Had the doctor and LeavenJJup the fever all right but I took it and it becameaway i he couldnt cure then he gave up the case I got so weak with it and had piles so badly I couldnt lie down nor up Was that way two or three months thought sitCwould never be well again but picked up one I Dr Pierces Memorandum Books one day and saw your description of catarrh of the stomach I thought it hit my case We had a bottle of Dr Golden Medical Discovery In the house that was got for mother You recommend it for catarrh of the stomach so I began taking it The one bot tle nearly cured me I got two bottles next time and took one and onehalf and was well I havent been bothered with diarrhea since A FEW PENNIES will pay the expense of tailing Dr Pierces Common Sense Medical Adviser Send zr stampsfor the book in paper covers orgy stampsfor the clothbound volume Address Dr R V PIERCE Buffalo N Y and r 7 ALSO 7 G J tasa sa arit ettt r3 L tr lJ Excursion Tickers now on at reduced to NEW OR I I return limits cursion Sleepers Medical hardly Pierces onecent I a F W D P A Ky I ihSS cS i A CURE New York Dec 7In a commun ication to the cademy of Medicine u wellknown French physician has according to the Heralds Paris corres pondent reported his discovery of the fact that certain metals such as gold and silver finely subdivided and in infinitesimal dses exercises a considerable effect on the vital ot the metals to the desir ed state obtained by their dissolution In water Tbe metal so treated acquires the property of devel oping a force similar tD that of a ler meat When employed in cases of pneumonia in injections Of n All New Leading of Plants Peach t an- dPear Trees i SEND FREE CATALOGUE r If J 11Bertl1111 teeeeeeDUteeem attaaasae ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD sale rates 1IEXySpecial Low Round trip Rates in effect to the Southwest on First and Third Tuesdays In each month fG iFor i idescrlpUvoi I HARLOW Louisville S 0 S PNEUMONIA very employed phenomenaReduction is electrical hypodermic l ConsultedI Varieties Strawberry Applet FORf descrlpUvoi orI from five to ten cubic centimetres of nlnlhundredthsmllllgrammeofferments produced brusque defer veV o cence of the malady in six cases enIof JtThirteenthustreatedA Frightened Horse Running like mad down the street dumping the occupants or A hundred lotner accidents are every day occur rences It behooves everybody to have a reliable Salve handy and theres 1 none as good as Backlens Arnica Salve Burns Cats Sores Eczema and Piles disappear quickly under 1 Its soothing effect 25o at Short i f Haynes Drug Store rt u r is ya i i f It I I Christmas Announcement IIGreatII II t I ililDRLVING CHRISTMAS TRAD Well children here I am again do ing a driving Christmas trade at Noltes fine store Im all prepared for each and everyone of you and when Christmas morningcomesyoullknow friend Santa Claus hasnt forgotten his little ones Hes going to give you all even nicer things than ever this year for now that hes so well known and nicely treated at Noltes store he has searched the round world through for just the presents Noltes little friends would like I ll- JlII THE CHRISTMAS MYSTERIESor J = WOULDNT YOU LIKE TO KNOW WHAT IS GOING TO BE IN YOUR STOCKING ON CHRISTMAS MORNING ITS A SECRETA BIG BIG SECRETBUT PERHAPS ILL JUST GIVE YOU A LITTLE HINT AS TO HOW TO FIND IT OUT HERE IT IS I OLD SANTA CLAUSTHE SAME CHAP WHO = i REINDEERi NOLTESaSTORE AND SPREAD OUT MY GIFTS HERE PROBABLY IFr YOU SHOULD COME IN WITH FATHER OR MOTHER AND LOOK ABOUT YOU WOULD SEE JUST THE THINGS YOU WOULD LIKETHE VERY THINGS I HAVE FOR YOU FOR MY BOY FRIENDS You know that long ago Old Santa Claus was a r boy himself so he knows just what every boy wants And thats why hes so well prepared with just the gifts I hashI on are Trains that run round and round Mechanical Toys of wonderful ingenuity Tool Chests Printing Presses Paint f Boxes Hobbyhorses Wheelbarrows Airguns Pistols Games Sleds Blackboards Drawing Slates Desks Chairs and piles and piles of every kind of interesting books from the wild tales of Indian adventures to stories of travel and exploration i Thousands of Pretty Gifts Are here waiting your inspection Every time you go by the window you will see our big Lady Doll stretching out her arms to you in wel come for she is a very wise doll and is anxious that you see the wondrous fairy land that awaits you just inside the doors Every little girl will fall in love with Lady Doll we know Then once inside theres an endless variety of astonishing things Here is just a hint of the multitude of presents for the little girls hundreds of Dolls of every size and kind Doll houses Dollhousekeeping sets Dollswings Go carts Dolldresses Trunks Pianos Furniture Sets and Bedroom Sets and an immense supply of every sort of thing that gives pleasure to the childish heart I THE OLDER CHILDREN AND BY OLDER CHILDREN I MEAN EVERYBODY WHOS MORE THAN TEN AND LESS THAN A HUNDREDEVEN THE OLDER CHILDREN ARE YOUNG AGAIN AT CHRISTMAS TIMEAND ITS GOOD TOO TO LAY ASIDE THE CARES AND TROUBLES AND WORRIES OF LIFE AND BE A CHILD AGAIN ISNT IT NOW AND HERES A SECRET FOR YOU TOO LISTEN YOU KNOW IM A PRETTY OLD MANHUNDREDS- OF YEARS OLDTHE REASON IM STILL SO HALE AND HEARTY IN SPITE OF MY YEARS IS THAT IVE GIVEN ALL MY TIME JUST MAKING PEOPLE HAPPY IT MAKES ONE YOUNG AGAIN JUST TO HEAR THEM LAUGHAND SO YOU SEE I NEVER GROW OLD TRY MY PLAN JUST THIS YEAR ANYWAY IMAGINE THAT YOURE SEVEN AGAININSTEAD OF FORTY SEVEN MAYBE YOU CAN BE AS YOUNG AS YOU CHOOSE AND FEEL YOU KNOW JUST THROW YOURSELF INTO THE SPIRIT OF THE DAY WITH YOUR CHILDREN OR SOME ONES ELSE CHILDREN YOULL HAVE THE PLEASANTEST HAPPIEST DAY YOU EVER SPENTBELIEVE ME PRESENTS FOR EVERYBODY FOR THE OLDER ONES THERE ARE DAINTY BOOKS AND PICTURES CANDLESTICKS MANICURE SETS STA TUETTES AND HANDSOME PIECES OF CHINA IN BEAUTI FUL DESIGNS THERE ARE WORKBASKETS VASES MUSIC ROLLS AND PARLOR LAMPS NECKWEAR MUF FLERS GLOVES HANDKERCHIEFS AND MYRIAD OTHER THINGSDOWN IN THE BASEMENT ARE INNUMERABLE GOOD THINGS TO EAT FANCY FRUITS AND CANDIES ORANGES NUTS AND OTHER SWEETS t I IIWAS VERY SORRY TO LEARN THE BRICKLAYERS AND CARPENTERS COULD NOT QUITE COMPLETE THE NEW BUILDING I I t FOR ME BUT WILL DO MY BEST TO SERVE YOU IN THE SPACE USED LAST YEAR EVERYBODY IN TOWN OR ANYWHERE NEAR CLOVERPORT SHOULD COME TO NOLTES STORE FOR THEIR CHRISTMAS I GIFTS FOR THERE THE STOCK IS MOST BEAUTIFUL THE DECORATIONS MOST LAVISH AND PRICES THE LOWEST I AM WAIT I ING TO SEE OUTHERECOMEEARLYSANTA CLAUS of un ithe4 4 I CARE OF No 148 J C NOLTE BRO Cloverport Ky aet rafiiYQ o- eg Oft le ti r 1 t x- a1 ft 11h Y rIN aY- S TF i c- r Jw eIt J tr I i Ici The Breckenridge News II WEDNESDAY December 14 1904 I i IIUNION STAR I Leon Cashman of Raymond was ii- t inI I Itown last weekI1 1MissesJ Sallie and Mary J j were in Louisville last week I Mrs A M McClure and It ffBlanohe Severs are on the sick list Protracted meeting began at J3andayJ conduoted by the Rev Miss Daisy Hall entertained a fe I I of her friends at flinch Saturday even j Ji ing a I Mr and Mrs Isaac McCubbins of rUarfield are visiting his fatherM A r ubbinsr1 t Cashman spent last week t with her aunt Mrs U R French 1 r 1nearI Mystio l Miss Cora McCoy was down fromI West Point Saturday and Sunday to see her parents Mrs C S Crosson and daughter Mrs OwonlMay are visiting relatives r I nod triends here Dr Vni Milner Sr and daughtere t Miss Hattie spent several days last week in Louisville Edward Kroueh and wife have ar rived from St Louis They will spendl the winter at their parents He is Iin I very poor health Mrs Mary Shellman and daughter Mrs Susan Cart have returned home after a visit of six months to their j daughter Mrs Wm Dowell at Oak Hill W Vu PATESVILLE Vernon Lynch was in Cloverpori WednesdayW of Mattingly was in town Sunday- J W Lynch was in Hawesville last Monday on business Dr Basham a dentist of Owensboro was in town several days last weeK Mr and Mrs Belt Frymire will move to Tell City Ind very shortly The teachers of our school are I preparing to have some Christmas ex ercises on Christmas Eve Mr and Mrs Clint Reid of Tell City Ind spent Saturday and Sunday with his sister Mrs A V Day OASTOnrAI8eara theThe Kind You Have AIwas Baugt Signature YJof tZI SKIN I HUMORS Complete External and Internal Treatment ONE DOLLAR Consisting of warm baths with uticUrtYSOADto of crusts and scales and soften the thickenedcuti i cle CUTICURA Ointii ment to instantly allay itching irritation and inflammation andsoothe J and healand CUTI 1 CURA Pills to cool and 1 cleanse the blood A Single Set costing but One Dollar is often sufficient to cure the most torturI ing disfiguring skin scalp and blood humors eczemas rashes itchings and irritations with loss of hair from InfancyE to age when all else fails Sold throughout the world Cutlccti sop 25cOlnt J tent lIelOlunllIOc In form or Chorale boated 15c per Tit of 61 Depot London W Charter IllUi Sq i Pail a true dt h Itli I Cotton 137 ColumburPotter Drug a Chem CorpLSole PrOp or Send for llov to Cure ronurhg DLartuing uumori from blanc to A- gBEWLEYVILLE Miss Minnie Walker is still in the city Paul Hardaway keeps our postoffice j these days Little Tom Anderson is very sick of typhiod fever W W Keith is salesman for Jolly cs Gardner at Irvlngton Phelps Walker and Miss loa McCoy are teaching a good school Mrs W W Keith fell and broke on bone near the wrist of her arm on Wednesday night Dont forget tho Equity meeting Saturday afternoon Dec 17 Come early and all come The next meeting 01 the W F M S will be with Mrs Thos P Harda way Saturday afternoon Dec 17 Mr and Mrs Cba Drury went down to Blandentnrc Saturday even ing to do some shopping and visit friendsMr Blanford had two large ricks of straw burned Thursday afternoon The straw took fire from sparks from an engine while shredding fodder Golden Rod HARDINSBURG Quarter court was in session Mon dayAlbert Hayesof Irvine is here viHit ing friends Col D R Marrav went to Louis ville Monday V Roscoe Eskridge is building an ad dition to his sture house T C Lewis Son the wide awake jewelers and opticians Frank Dean of Rockvale was in town several days Of last week Go and see what it takes to make firstclass jewelersT C Lewis Son C Miss Margaret Baker and Jipmie Baker were visitors in Louisville last weekBen L Beanchamp of Union Star was here Monday attending Quarterly courtWilliam Ballman of MOOICA yas in town Monday attending s t dtt f rtertIcourt y i jI The show windows of7th3t stores the fact that Christmas is near at hand I The Rev W H Calvert tiled his appointment at the M E church Sundaytt Percy M Beard in being urged by the Democratic leaders to accept the nomination for sheriff Frank Haswellof Araola Ill arrlvtt ed Saturday to visit his parents Mrtt and Mrs John P Haswell Dr J 0 Bush ot Cannelton will be in Hardinsburg Deo 10 for four t days for the practice of dentistry i I Me in + be 1 r kt 1 I I 1 BAD STOMACH MAKES BAD BLOOD You cant mako sweet butter In a foul churn Every farmers wife knows this theeyou torpid or out of order your whole system suffers from blood poisoning You will have foul breath coated tonguo bad taste poor appetite and a whole train of disagree Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery which is not a bover ago composed of whisky or alcohol being entirely froo from Intoxicants is a great regulator and Invigorator of the Stan acn Liver and Bowels About a year IjO I was III with blood pol e0Walterseemed to bo a small cold sore on my lip It became very angry In appearance and began to spread until It nearly covered my face I was a frightful sight and could not gO out side the house because of my appearance used blood medicine which did not ulvo me any relief Then began to tako your IroalbenolltedtakIngThe eryslpelatous eruption disappeared and Iscloaryear than I did for some tlmo before lr Dont accept a substitute for a medicine which performs such cures and which hns your for n dealer to try by overpersuasion to palm oft upon you In Its stond somo inferior article with no record to back It up You know what you want it Is his business to meet that want 50 000 GIVEN AWAY in copies of- f3 The peoples Common Sense Medical Advisor a look that sold to tho ex Will of 5000011 copies a Lew wars ago at 8150 per copy ble books This year wo shall give away 50000 worth of them Will OM share In this benefit H so send only 21 onecent stamps to cover cost of mailing only for look In K V Pierce Buffalo N y Constipation although II little ill begets big ones if neglected Dr Piorcon Pellets cures constipation Henry DeE Moorman spent several days of last week at Millwood visiting his grand parents Mr and Mrs De music pupils of Mrs TH With ers gave a recital at her residence Saturday evening It was much enjoy ed by the guests State Senator Gus W Richardson of Guston was in town Monday inter viewing the voters He is very confi dent of winning the Wm Woods and Miss Nora Gibson daughterof r B Gibson who lives near town were married Sunday morning at the home of the bride The ceremony was performed 10 oclock in the pre sence of a few friends end relatives of the contracting parties by Rev S O Christian WANT GRAVE MARKED Tbe ladles who have charge ot the Hawesvllle cemetery are attempting to find some livingjperson who can locate for them the exact spot in the local burying ground where the trench was dug and the halfbnndred victims of the Reindeer explosion here abont the time of the civil war are burled It Is their purpose to erect at this spot if they can locate it u suitable monument It will be recalled that the steamer was blown np just as she I CanneltonI = brought here for burial all finding lodgement in a common trench It WAS one of the Ohio rivers greates- tdisastersHancock Clarion A Certain Cure 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