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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSI ALL THE NEWSTHATS FIT TO PRINT 1 VOL XXIX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 4 1905 8 Pages NO25 i i 5 i 1 s 1k III f t I i Y t I t i J r i wr rfll r QUARTERLY REPORT OF THE BANK OF CLOVERPORT At the close of business on the 31st day of Dec 1904 fRESOURCESRESOURCESIroans 3755500 Overdrafts secured 03230 5463DuoDuo from Stato flanks + andBankers Due from Trust Com 264912HankingOther Real Estate Mortgages US Bonds Other Stocks and Bonds Specie T26R452Currency 5OiOOO 777452 Exchange for Clearings Other Items carried as Cash 100000FundCurrent Expenses Last Quarter Give description Iota tlon value and how long owned all real bankinghouse owned longer than five years S19C0853 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid In In 2000000Surplush f 10000rlDeposits subject tocheck on which Int Isnot paldlt6b1953 Deposits subject tocheck ron which Intls paid emand certificates of depotits on which Inter oat Is paid Time certificates of de posits onwhlch Interest- Is paid 023700 Savings Deposits on it hleh intls paId 2016053DuoDue State Bunks and Bankers Due Trust Companies Cashiers Checks outstanding 200000UnpaidunpaidCapital SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount ot Indebtedness I comI thol1ablUtyIndirectlytr pIldInof 8537500Howabove Item l secured By Mort grgo on Real Estate tin Hrecken ridge county Ky worth double the amount of the loan over and abeyyql other incumbrances StatutesI pf any director or officer if amount captalNone See Section 583 Kentucky Statutes Howls samosecurod X Docs amount of Indebtedness of any person company or firm in eluding in tire liability ot tho company or firm tho liability of the In dividual members thereof exceed Mper cent of paid up capital and actual surplus No If PO state amount of such In dobtodness Amount of last dividend 4 nor cent 580000 Wore all expenses losses inter therefrombeforewa not less t han 10 percent of net profits ot till bank for the period covered by the dividend carried to thofiurplu lund before said dlvl Bond was declared yeseJI7 800 Sectlon 596 Kentucky Statutes 496t3653 STATE OF KENTUCKY I County of Hrorklnrldjzo iM F P Payne President of Bunk of Clovcrport u Bank located und doing bust CloverportKytho foregoinir report Is In all respects a true statement of tho condition of tho said Hank at tho close of business on the 31st day of andl14 Joliet and further says that tho business of Luld hUlk has been transacted at the location roamed unrl not elsewhere and that tho hove report Is made In compliance with an tulclal notice received from tie Secretary of tate designating theSlst day of Dec lJOt as tho day on which such report shall be mndoSubscribed byF cember 1I1O- tMARION WEATHFRHOLT N P B O My Commission expires Jan llth 1900 F P PAYNE President J W PATE A A SIMONS Directors J Q MATTINGLY i RESUME THEIR RUNS The regular Louisville and tivans ville packetfaro resuming their runs rains throughout the Ohio Valley re sulting in a rise The Tarascon passed here Sunday on her way down the Morning Star and TAIL City coining latdr Considering that the river is now navigable again it is interesting too recallthe following f The packets abandoned the trade last August The Morning Star laid op on August 10 the Tell City onr August 18 and the Tarasoon oh August 28 This makes over four months f idleness for the boats and as they sere out of business a considerable part of last winter because of ice msthey have been in service only about half time SUPERVISORS AT WoRK HardlnaourgKyJan 8Speoinl The Board of County Supervisors convened at the courthouse laet Mon day to revise thEtttx lists The board is cbmpobetl of the following wellknown gentlemen Hon U W Beard WG Smart WS Cart John Alexander and John T Hermngor They will likely be in session all this week and then reconvene later on to hear the fom plaints of the citizens who have been raisedI THEY WILL WIN Local Buyer Says It Looks Like A S EL1VII1 Get S8 Round For Tobacco Growers The first of January has come and the members of the American Society of Equity who are tobacco growers are still holding their crops for 8 round the price sot by the Lynohburg convention contrary to the expecta tions oC the trust and its buvers A number of tobacco growers in diff erent sections of the State who do not belong to the Society have sold their tobacco but this IB no indictj ticn that the society has weakened and the greater portion of the growers belong either to it or to protec Live associations the purposes of all being in harmony And many growers who do not belong to any kind ot a fa rmers combine have expressed their intention ot holding bar the Lynohburg prices of t round for dark and 12 round for burley tobacco A local buyer who has been in the tobacco business for years and should be a good judge of conditions has acknowledged that the growers are putting up a stiff fight sand stated to the News last week that It is his opinion that the growers will win It has been reported here that a prom inent buyer st Hardinsbnrg has Card that he has little doubt that the growers will get the price they are asking for their tobacco Some buying has been done In Brecfrenriage county bit not from members of the A S of E At Wen deane Moorman Howard have bought 100000 pounds or more of to bacco at 0 0 2 for dark and 10 round for bnrley There are no local unions ot the society at Glendeane and the farmers there refuse to be organizedOne the best signs that the farmers are winning ground is the fact that the trust is paying more every week for what little tobacco it suc ceeds in buying and much more than it paid in 1008 And they are bidding noarer and nearer the f8 for leaf and 8 for lugs This is all very cncour aging and the outlook for the far mer vas Fever brignter COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS The city council Monday nightfix ed the city tux rate at 75 cent on the flOO the same as that ot 1104 The total assessed valuation is 414400 an increase of about 15000 over last your It is divided as follows Real es tate227 000 personal property 187 40UThe committee appointed to consid er the proposition tc light the town with gasoline lamps was continued Tne reports of the city officers for 10 04 were read and will lbe published next week The treasurers report showed a balance of10008U in the city treasury A Bad lead Jsone that is all stopped up with a cold Yon can not breathe freely your throat is core your chest is tight Paracamph will relieve such condi tions instantly It never tails aud has saved thousands from Pneumonia Uet a bottle today- CURFEW IN EFFECT The curfew ordinance recently passed by the city council became a law Sunday night The Presbyterian churoh bell which is U3td as a curfew bell rang promptly at 7 oclock Marshal DeHaven and Horace Newton night marshal caught a number of boys under fifteen en the streets after 7 oclooK and told them toget and and they got as quickly as they could to their homes Any parent or guardian who allows a child under fif teen to disobey the curfew law will be fined not Jess than one and not more than five dollars MOVE TO OWENSBORO Mr and Mrs Walter Graham went taO wensboro last Saturday to reside Mr Graham IsnowwatchlDgithe Hwitch engine of the Henderson Route in Otvensborb HAD GOOD CROWD The Masons hud a very goof crowd at their oyster and icecream supper in their new building last week eon sidering the very inclement weather and made some money to go to the building fund OA SI T Q 13 XAgears tb y the Kind you late AlwaysI Bought Wgu atnre Q 4 aHZl THE BUSINESS OUTLOOK NOW VERY PROMISING In writing of stock marKet and business conditions Henry Clews takes the ground that the outlook for 1905 is very promising provided exces sire speculative temptations are avoid ed and business confined to regular and legitimate channels Some recession in merchandise values IB de sirabln and would stimulate new enter prise but such recessions are not yet in sight Supply and demand areI still tho key to the situation and as already stated the most striking fact today in the business world is not so much the high prices as the com parative scarcity which produces them Until production overtimes consumption there will be no serious setback Prices may rule high and trusts and unions may continue to keep up the costs of production but production is likely to increase and business continue in large volume un til high prices or some other causes check distribution and the equilibrium between supply and demand is restor ed That goal has not yet been reach ed it may be nearer than supposed but since general conditions are sound and confidence strong there are the best of reasons for anticipating an other year of large business and gener al prosperity provided as said beforeI we avoid speculative excesses The present session of Congress promises to pe actively occupied with discussion of econ unic questions such as tariff trusts railroads etc One of the best signs ot the times is the complete subsidence of the consol idation or trust craze wbiuh reached its climax in 1U01 In the year just closed it is estimated that the total industrial consolidations aggregated only about 185000010 as against 425000000 in 1003 1122000000 in 1902 and 2805000000 in IDOl The causes oi this cessation were twofold First bankers profited bv heir experience and refused to finance further schemes of this class and sea ond owners of industrial plants dis covered that the trust syctems do not always work as well as anticipated and that as a rule they were absolute failures in the maintenance of monopolies SECOND RECEPTION Hardinsbnrg KyJanaSpecll1l- At the hospitable home ot Mr and MrsGus D Shellmanon Friday even ibgthe Saturday Afternoon Club gave a Kris Krinle entertainment Miss Mattie Hook wus the charming hostess for tne occasion Sue was assisted in re ceiving by Misers Lytio Ford Maude Smith and Rosa Lou Ditto Literary charades guessing contests and con versation passed the time pleasantly awayRefreshtaentH were served before the guestd departed This is the second reception given by the Club since its formation MRS STERETT SELLS The Interest in the BLaweaville Plaindealer owned by Mrs Sttrett widow of the late Jeff Stereo has been sold to Mr John F DeJarnett who is now superintendent of Han cook county schools The other owner is Mr Carl Rue who has owned an inter est for some months W S Sterett who bas been the editor will remove to Indian Territory The Plainaealer was founded by Jeff Sterett nearly forty years ago MRS ATTILLA COX ILL Mrs Attilla Cox was taken suddenly ill of diptneria at her home in Lonls ville last Friday Mr Cox who ip president of the Henderson Route was out on the branch on a hunting trip when notified of the illness of Mrs Cox He went odt on the branch on a regular train but returned to Louisville on a special engine which was sent from the shops PROF TAYLOR TO SPEAK Field day of the Kentucky Anti Saloon League will be observed at the- ME church Iouthonnxt Suu day at 8 oclock in the afternoon when Prof H K liarorof Louisville will speak in the interest of the organization The League iJSnon partisan and nonsect trfan and it is claimed that it is doing a wonderful work in eradicating tne saloon POLICE COURT PAYS Asa revenue bringer the police court paid the oity in 1904 when 100 in cash fines was turned in and about that amount was worked out on the 1 etreetsThe oieh fines In 1004 were the largset in the history of the city Most of tho arrests were made in the summer Order in December was very good not a single arrest being necessary A LITTLE OVER Half Sum Owed By C M Clarke Realized By The Sale of The Poultry Left Behind A receivers sale of the poultry and produce left at Irvington by C M Clarke of the firm of O M Clarke Co socalled of Fittsbnrg Pa was conducted last Thursday after noon at Irvington at 1 oclooK by Deputy Sheriff HM Ueurdthe special receiver of the Breckenridge circuit court The lot of cases of eggs tur keys ducks geese afld chickens sold brought about 1780 They were lev ied on under several attachments pending in the circuit court and Magistrate Jollys court at Irvington and consolidated with and proceeded in the style of the First State Bank vs 0 M Clarke Co pending in the Breokeuridge circuit court The amount paid for the stuff left at Irvington by Clarke was only a little over half of 348209 the aggregate sum of the claims held against Clarke by thirtyeight firms and individuals in Brecftenrid e Meade Ohio and HancocK counties The complete story of how Clarke because indebted in this manner was told in the News last weeK The sale nt Irvington Thursday was attended by nearly every merchant in the county The bidding was done first on eggs turkeyp geese etc in sepearate lots and then in all the stuff The produce and poultry was bought by the New York Prod ace Coof New Yore The companys Louisville agent made the purchase Decisions have not been made yet in the actions brought against Clarke in the various courts and it is not known now of course how the money realized from the receivers sale will be divided a mong Clarkes creditors All who use Atomizers in treating nasal catarrhwlll get the best result from Elys Liquid Cream Balm Price including spraying tube 75 eta Hold by druggists or mailed by Ely Bros 03 Warren St N Y New Orleans wept 11900 Messrs Ely Bros I sold two bot tles of your Liquid Cream Balm to a customer Wm Latuberton 1415 Debt chaise St New Orleans he has used the two bottles giving niin wonderful and most satisfactory rsults Geo W MoDaff Pharmacl DIES OF PARALYSIS Mandy DeHaven wife of Anderson DeHaven died suddenly Sunday morning at 1305 oclock of paralysis It was the third paralytic stroke she had received Tne funeral was held Monday and the interment was at the colored cemetery Six children and the husband survive The deceased was a hicnly respected colored woman ENTERTAINS AT EUCHRE Miss Jane Hambleton entertained yesterday afternoon at euchre in hon or ot the Misses Wheeler of Hardin Grove Ind at the Fisher Homestead The hours were from 2 to 6 Girl members of both the younger and the older set were her guests A FIRECRACKERS WORK During the holidays a giant firecracker was lighted nnd placed on the back porch of Dr F M Smiths residence by an unknown person The explosion of the firecracker tore a large hole in the porch HM ESKRIDGEILL C Hardinsbnrg Ky Jan8 Special Morris ESkrIdge was suddenly called to Louisville Saturday hyi the serlcns illness ot his brother Henry M Esk rldge Hia condition is now much im t proved and it is thought that he will reooverIWonderful Nerve Is displayed by many a man endur ing pains of aonideutal Outs Wounds Bruises Burns Scalds Sore feet or stiff joiurs But theres no need for it Bucklena Arnica Salve will kill the pain and cure the trouDlelts the best Salve on earth for Piles 35o at Short flaynes Druggists SERIOUSLY ILL Mr EdHatabelton a former citizen of Qloverport is seriously ill of pnu monia at his home at Sorgho MrsC E Lightfootof this city a daughter of Mr Hambeton is at his bedside HILF FOUSHEE Bewleyville Ky JanBlpeolal Joe Hill and Mifs Nettle FQunhee were married in Hill Grove Churoh lust Wednesday In tIlt Afternoon A good crowd witnessed the Ceremony TRADE CONDITIONS IN 1904REVIEW BY DUN During the first half of 1004 business pursued the reactionary course started in the preceding year conservatism dominating all departments and new enterprises were postponed pending the return of confidence In discussing trade events of the year R G Dun Co in their annual review point out that failures were above the aver ago both as to number and amount of defaulted indebtedness bank ex change showed losses of about 15 per cent as compared with the same months of 19P8 and prices of com modities gradually declined to the lowest point of the year on July 1st when Duns Index Number was 97102 From that point tothe close of 1004 improvement was perceptible and of the steady nature that is the best guarantee of permanence There was no inflatin or abnormal expansion to threaten stability A helpful factor of much potency was the profitable agricultural season Farm products were of greater value than in any pre vious year despite u reduced wheat yield for which high prices fully neutralized the losd in quantity Man uficturinc plants steadily reduced th proportion of idle machinery Labor disputes were comparatively fewchang ed conditions necessitating some re ductlons in wages which were accept ed with little friction and in many cases the old scales have been restored A vast amount of gold was sent to other countries that were in need strengthening the internation al position of this nation while com mercial relations were improved und the future of foregin trade made brighter by the purchase ot the Pana ma canal The total value of merchandise imports and exports largely ex ceeded those of any previous year notwithstanding a heavy loss in ship ments of breadstuff a temporary factor due to the smaller surplus o wheat Money was abundant and easy throughout the year no financial pres sure occurring at any time and the iateet reports of mercantile colleotion- indicate that paments are becoming satisfactorily prompt MORE USEFUL Than Vaseline Witch Hazel And Fa Superior To Same Is The New Product Paracamph A Louisville chemist nas succeeded in perfecting a new product known as Paracamph First Aid to the Injured whi ch is rapidity displacing the old fashioned household remedits Para catnph is a combination of Cooling soothing healing antiseptic oils an- is d a perfect relieving and healin agentParacamph when applied opens the pores of the skin goes direct to the seat ot the ailment drawing out the soreness fever and inflammation b inducing perspiration It is ecpeciall- recommended tor Rheumatic Swellings Neuralgia Catarrh Cold in the Head tore Throat Croup Sore Chest Skin Troubles Sore Feet and all forms o Swellings or Inflammations Paracamph is an absolute preventitive of Blood Poison for which reason it appeals to every mother A very attractive feat ure of this new product is that it willl relieve and heal quickly Burns Cus and Binisert without leaving ugly scars or blemishes Paracamph contains no opium inorphine nor coctone It is a safe clean reliable household remedy Every mother should keep a bottle in her home It is sold in SSoCOo and 100 size All good druggists handle lara camp If year dealer does not handle it order direct Sole Manufacturers The Paracamph CoLouisvilleKyU SA Mrs IIV Duncan hs been visiting Mr ahd MrsDf M Duncan at Branden burg X Bad Blood Is responsible for most of the diseases end ailments of the human system It se riouslyaffectseveryorganandfunction +t dyspepsia rheumatism weak tired languid feelings and worse troubles Tak- eHpodsSarsaparilla which purifies and enriches the blood as nothing else can For testimonials of remarkable cur Send for Book on the Blood No 3 G I Hood Co Lowell Mace QUARTERLY REPORT OF TI- lEBreckinridgett- At Bank tho close of business on tho 31st day of December 1004 RESOURCES Loans and discounts S 158177 93 Overdrafts secured 0 00 78DuoI 1500573Duoand Hunkers 405707 DuO from Trust Com pinks 0 00 18002 M- 37JMHanking housei and lot 71 Other Real Estate 0 00 00UOther fctockd and bonds 50715 W Specie 6467 50 Currency 8759 58 15237 08 Exchange forClearlngs + 000 Other Items carried as Cash o 00 Furniture and fixtures 2104 86 Fund to pay Taxes 0100 24987510 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid In In cash I 45100 00 Surplus Fund 7333 OS Undivided profits 100 00 Duo Depositors as fol 04Depositscheck on which Inter est Is not paid S 73854 22 Deposits s C t towhichcheck on Inter est Is paid 0 00 Demand Certificates of Deposits on which 60eposits on which Inter 121725 79 SavingIeposlts on 00Certilled 91DuoDuo State Banks and Hankers 000 Duo Trust Companies 0 00 0 00 Cashiers Checks Out IstandlnlC 000a 00UnpaIdrNo 01 at 3 percent do 121Taxes 00 00CapltulFund to pay taxes 119 II SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of Indebtedness ot any stockholder person company or firm Including In the liability of the company or firm tho liability therQoCdlrectlJlordebtedness exceeds 20 per cent of capital stock actually paid In and actual amount of surplus of tho bank 1 00 Is In eDlldness stutd in abovefitem 1 secured See Section 583 Kentucky Statutes Highest amount of Indebtedness of any director or officer it amount persbank 00 See Section 5H3 Kentucky Statutes How Is same secured Does amount of Indebtedness of any person company or firm In eluding in the liability of the com puny or firm tho liability of the In dividual members thereof exceed andrsurplus No If so state amount of such in debtedness Amount of last dividend 3 per CL- i35300 Were all exposes losses Interest and taxes deducted therefrom be fore declaring dividend and was not less than 10 per cent ot net profits of tho ionic for the ported covered by the dividend carried to the surplus fund before said divi dend was declared Yes See Section 500IKentucky Statutes 1 249875 1ft- STATE OF lENTUCKYills County of BrockcnrldRU Ir B SkIllman Cashier of the Breckln gridge flank a bank located and doing busi Oloverporthmthe foregoing report is in all respects a true statement of the condition of the said Bank at the closo of business on the 31st day of Dee 1901 to the best of his knowledge and iKjlief and further says that tho business 9of sold Hank has been transacted at the loca theyreport in compliance an otState1904 as the day on which such report shall Ira made CashierfI 1FL LIOIIT OOf Directors K FISHKR I Subscribed and sworn to before mo by A B Sklllman Cushier tho 2nd day of Jan 1905 OlilyLOCATES IN LOUISIANA The many friends in the city and county of EdJ Berry formerly line man for the local exchange of the Cumberland Telephone Telegraph com pony will bV glad tojearn that hot has secured a good nopltion with the company In Lonisiapa Saturday morning Mr Harry left New Orleans for LakA Providence Lagto take charge of the com anys x exchange at that place For several V weeks ha had a poslt01n in the campns book keeping department at New Orleanav Mr Berry resigned his position here last fall and went to Simpson county relativestancthanMr Berry was local lineman tqr the Cumberland Telephones Co for wStil years and was one of the comp ap ys most efficient employesr Dally Paper For Ia Year A daily paper for 100 a year la something the pnollo has longed desire ed The Chicago Daily Review a delightful family daily giving all Important uewst market reports and many interestingdepartmelrtsformen women and chlldienissentto subborib I ers for 1 a year 75 centsfor months 50 cents fo 3 monthsSubscrice to day Address The Chicago Review Co BUg CocaCola Building Chicago Ill esRoy Pt King and two little Bona spent last Wednesday in Louisville x y 0 i ki 5 tt- i i i ir i i i a I t jt jIt I il l i tt t i t h tir1 f tf t Y =i vM r- n r t i it 4h 1 I r Y f a tra I i 1i 1 r I I A 1 I The Simple Life By CHARLES WAGNER Translated From the French by Mary Louise Ilendee Copyright 1001 by McClure Phillip tCo I rft Is alike difficult to obtain n dU interested opinion The more news ners one rends the less dearly lie sees In these mutters There are days when after having read them nil and admit ting that he takes them at their word the render llntls hImself oblige 1 to draw this concliMlon Unquestionably noth ing but corruption can be found any longer no men of Integrity except a few journalists But the last part of the conclusion falls In Its turn It ap pears that the chroniclers devour each other Time reader has under his eyas a spectacle somewhat like the cartoju entitled Tle Combat of the Serpents After having gorged themselves with everything around them the reptiles tall upon each other arid there remain upon the Held of bottle two tails And not the common people alone feel this embarrassment but the culti voted also almost everybody shares it In polities In nice business even In science art literature and religion there Is everywhere disguise trickery wire pullingone truth for the public another for the Initiated The result Is that everybody Is deceived It Is vale to be behind the scenes on one stage A man cannot be there on them all and the very people who deceive others with the most ability are lu turn de ceived when they need to count upon the sincerity of their neighbors The rosilt of such practices Is the degradation of human speech It Is degraded first In the eyas of those who manipulate It us a base Instrument 1o worn IH respected by sophists casuists und quibblers men who are mm ed only by a rage for gaining their point or who assume that their Inter eats aro alone worth considering Their penalty Is to be forced to Judge others by the rule they follow them selvos suy what prottts and not what Is trulX They can uA longer take anyone seriously a sad state of mind for those who write or teach How light Ily must one hold his tenders cud hem ers to approach them In such an ati tude To him who has preserved enough honesty nothing Is more repug nant than the careless Irony of an ac robot of the tongue or pen who tries to dupe honest and Ingenuous men On one sldo openness sincerity the desire to be enlightened on the other chlcnnery making game of the publl But he knows not the liar how far he Is misleading himself The capital on which he lives Is confidence and nothing equals the confidence of the people unless It be their distrust when once they llnd themselves betraye1 They may follow for a time the c plotters of their nrticssness but tlini their friendly humor turns to hate Doors which stood wide open otter an Impassable front of wood land earsi once attentive are deaf And the pit Is that they have closed not to the evil iilonp but to the good This Is thei crime of those who distort and degrade speech they shake confidence general 1 ly Ye consider as a calamity the de basement of the currency tho lowering of liitiTiMt the abolition of erell There IIH a misfortune greater than thosethe loss of confidence of thnt moral credit which honest people give our another room which makes speech circulate like un authentic current Aunytwith counterfeiters speculator rotten financiers for they bring undo suspicion even the cols of the reilm Away with the makers of counteiTe speech for bemuse of tthem there I no longer confidence In any one or an thing and what they soy anti write I not worth n continental You see how urgent It IH that enc nhouM tin 11 his lipsI chasten his pc and nsplre tIn simplicity of speech N more purreralon of sense clrcnmlocn lion reticence tergiversation Thosi things serve only to complicate and be wilder Be men Speak the speech of honor An hour of plain dealing dous nioro for the salvation of the world than yours of duplicity A word now about a national bins to those who have a veneration for dic tion and style Assuredly there can be no quarrel with the taste for grace and elegance of speech I am of opln ion that one cannot say too well whatt he has to soy Hut It does not follow that the things best said and best written are most studied Words shoal serve the fact and not substitute them selves for It and make It forgotten In its embellishment The greatest things are those which gala the most by be lug said most simply slice thus they show themselves for what they are Yon do not throw over them the welt however transparent of beautiful dis course nor that shadow HO fatal to truth culled the writers vanity Noth ing so strong nothing no persuasive na Blmpllclty There are sacred emotions cruel griefs splendid heroisms pas sionate enthusiasms that a look ai movement a cry Interprets better thani beautifully rounded periods The most precious possessions of the heart ofr humanity manifest themselves mostt simply To be convincing a thing mustt be true anti certain truths are more ovJdent when they come In the speechi of Ingenuousness even weakness thani when they tall from lips too well train ed or sire proclaimed with trumpets And these rules are good for each of us In his everyday life No one eon imagine what profit would accrue to his moral life from the constant observation of this principle Be sincere moderate simple in the expression of your feelings und opinions IIj private and public alike never pass beyond bounds give out faithfully what is within you and above nil vrntch that is the male thing For the danger in fine words is that they live from a life of their own They arc servants of distinction that have kept their titles but no longer perform their functions of which roy al courts ofer us example Yon speak well write well and nil Is said How many people content themselves with speaking and believe thnt it exempts them from acting And those who lis ten are content with having heard them So It sometimes happens that n life may In the end be made up of n few well turned speeches a few tine books and a few great plays As for practic ing what Is so magisterially set forth that Is the last thing thought of And If we pass front the world of tulent to spheres which the mediocre exploit there IIn n pellmell of confusion we see those who think that we lire In the world to talk and hear others talk the great and hopeless rout of bub bless of everything that prates bawls and perorates and after all finds that there isnt talking enough They all forget that those who make the least noise do the most work An engine lint expends nil Its steam in whistling has nothing left with which to turn wheels Then let us cultivate silence All thnt we can save In noise we gain In powerThese reflections Ilead us to consider n similar subject also very worthy of attention I mean what has been call ed the vice of the superlative If we study the inhabitants of a country we notice differences of temperament of which the language slows signs Here the people are calm and phleg antic Their speech Is Jejune lacks color Elsewhere temperaments are more evenly balanced One finds pre cision the word exactly fitted to the thing But farther on effect of the sun the air the wine perhaps hot blood courses lu the veins tempers are excitable language Is extravagant arid the simplest things are said In the strongest terms II the ty e of speech varies with cli mate It dlfters also with epochs Com plume time language written or spoken of our own times with that of certain other periods of our history Under the old regime people spoke differently thou at the time of the Revolution and we have not the same language ns the men of ISflrt ISIS or the second empire In general language Is now chII Ill c terized by greater simplicity We no longer wear perukes we no longer write in lace frills but there Is one significant difference between us and almost all of our ancestors and It is the source of our exaggerations our nervousness Upon overexcited mien otis systems und heaven knows thnt to have nerves is no longer an nrlsto cratlc privilege words do not produce tho same Impression as under normal conditions nud quite as truly simple language does not suffice the matt of overwrought sensibilities when he tries to express what he feels In private life In public In books on the stage calm mind temperate speech lins given place to excess The moans that novel fists and playwrights employ to galva nize the public mind mind compel Its at tention are to bo found again in their rudiments In our most commonplace conversations in our letter writing and above all In public speaking Our performances In language compared to those of u man well balanced and se rene are what our handwriting Is compared to thnt of our fathers Time fault Is laid to steel pens If only the truth were acknowledged Geese thou could save us hut the evil goes deeper it Is in ourselves We write like men possessed The pen of our ancestors was were restful more sure Hero we face one of time results of our modern life so complicated mid so terribly exhaustive of energy It leaves us Impa fleet breathless In perpetual trepida tion Our handwriting like our speech sulTors thereby and betrays us Let us go hack from the effect to the cause and understand well the warning It brings us- What good cnn come from this habit or exaggerated speech Iajse Inter jv inters of our own Impressions we cannot bitt tvritrp the minds of our fed low men aswell ns our own Between people who exaggerate good understanding ceases Itufllcd tempers via lent and useless disputes hasty Judg incuts devoid of all moderation time utmost extravagant in education mad social lifeMiese timings are the result jf Intemperance of speech May I be permitted In this appeal for simplicity of speech to frame n wish whose fulfillment would Immure the Imp pest results I ask for simplicity In literature nut only as one of time Item remedies for time dejection of our HTIS Moses jaded weary of ccccntvicltlcs but also ns U pledge timid source of social union I ask also for simplicity In urt Our art and our literature are reserved for the privileged rew or education nnd fortune But do riot mis understand me I do not ask poets novelists and painters to descend from tIt heights and walk along the moan tam n sides finding their satisfaction in mediocrity but on the contrary to mount higher The truly popular Is notI that which appeals to n certain class of society ordinarily called the common people the truly popular Is what Is common to all classes and unites them The sources of Inspiration from whlc i perfect art springs are In the depths of the human heart In the eternal realities of life before which all men are equal And the sources of a popular language must be found In the small number of simple and vigorous fortes which express elementary sensations and draw the toaster lines of human destiny In them are truth power grnndeur Immortality Is there eat enough In such an Ideal to kindle icenthusiasm of youth which sensible that the sacred ionic of the beautiful Is burning within feels pity and to the disdainful adage Odl profanum rut gus prefers this more humane saying Mlscreor super turban As for me I have no Artistic authority but from out the multitude where I live I have the right to raise my cry to those who have been given talents amid say t them Labor for men whom the world forgets make yourselves Intelligible to the humble so shall you accomplish n work of emancipation and peace so shall you open again the springs whence those ministers drew whose works have defied the ages because they knew how to clothe genius in simplicity CHAPTER V SIMPLE DU- TYWIIB we talk to children on n that annoys then f cull our attention to pigeon on the roof giving food + 0 its little one or some coachman down In the street who is nbuslng his horse Sometimes they oven maliciously propose one of thoso alarming questions that put the minds of parents on the rack all this to dl vent attention from the distressing topic I fear that In the face of duty we are big children nnd when that Is time theme seek subterfuges to distract usTime first sophism consists In asking ourselves If there Is such n thing as duty In the abstract or It this word does not cover one of the numerous Il lusions of our forefathers for duty In truth supposes liberty and the ques tion of liberty lends us Into metaphys ics How can we talk of liberty so long ns this grave problem of free will- Is not solved Theoretically there IIs no objection to this nnd If life were ft theory and we were hero to work out a complete system of the universe It would be rbsurd to concern ourselves with duty until we had clarified the subject of liberty determined Its con ditions fixed Its limits But life IR not a theory In this ques thou of practical morality as In time others life has preceded hypothesis mill thieve is no room to believe thn she ever yields It place This libertytI relative I admit like everything wo lIe acquainted with for that matter this duty whose existence we question Is none the less the basis of all the Judgments we pass upon ourselves mind our fellow men We hold each other to a certain extent responsible for our deeds and exploits The most ardent theorist once out side of his theory scruples not a whit to approve or disapprove the acts of others to take measures against his enemies to appeal to the geuoroslty mend justice of those he would dissuade from an unworthy step One can no snore rid himself of the notion of moi al obligation than of that of time or space und as surely as we must re sign ourselves to walking before we know how tto dellne this space through which we move mill this time that measures our movements so surely must we submit to moral obligation before having put our huger on Us deep hidden roots Moral law dominates ItlSeeone Is ready to cast hits stone nt hiii who neglects a plain duty even If he allege that he has not yet arrived at philosophic certitude Kverybody will say to him and with excellent reason Sir we are men before everything First play your part do your duty as citizen father son After that you shall return to the course of your meditations However let us be well understood We should not wish to turn any one away frown scrupulous research into the foundations of morality Xo thought which leads men to concern themselves once more with these grave questions could be useless or Indiffer ent We simply challenge the thinker to find n WilY to watt till ho has un earthed these foundations before he does an act of humanity of honesty or dishonesty of valor or cowardice And most of all do we wish to formu late n reply for nil the Insincere who have never tried to philosophize amid for1 ourselves when we would otter our state of philosophic doubt In justification of our practical omissions Fromi the simple fact tint we are men before nil theorizing positive or negative about duty we have the peremptory law to conduct ourselves like men There is no getting out of it slut he little knows the resources of time human heat who counts on the effect of such u reply It matters not that it is Itself unanswerable It can not keep other questions from arising The sum of our pretexts for evading duty Is equal to the sum of the sands of the semi or the stars of heaven We take refuge then Ibehind duty that Is olwuro dltiicult contradictory And these sue certainly words to cat up painful memories To be a lUau o duty mid to mtestlou ones uoute grope To be Continued tnotBoeBuilder New As delicious as a Fresh Orange Supersedes oldfashioned Cod Liver Oil and Emulsions Guaranteed to contain all tho medicinal elements actually taken from genuine fresh cods livers with organic iron and other bodybuilding ingredients but no oil or grease making tho greatest strength and flesh creator known to mediciiie For old people puny children weak pale women nursing mothers chronic cold hacking coughs throat and lung troubles incipient consumptionnothing equals Vinol Try ItIt you dont like It we will return money SHORT HAYNES Druggists MESSAGEF BY WIRE WITH TYPEWRITER JC Barclay of the Western Uni n Telegraph Company and formerly of Chicago has perfected a mechanism to send telegrams by typewriter says a- New YorK Telegram to the Chicago Tribune It needs no knowledge of the jMorse code and no receiver at the other end another typewriter putting it down as sent The system hire baen in operation between New York and JBuffalo since Monday Briefly the invention consists of au appliance to an ordinary typewriter- by which a person sending from one city has his message printed by a sim- Ilar i typewriter 1 in another city Unlike any other telegraph printing jinventions the typewriter does not click off the Morse alphabet but the sealer writes his message before him jjust as an operator on a typewriter would do anti the printed message ap jpears in duplicate on the typewriting machine miles distant All that is necessary to do nt the receiving endit is said is to teed paper into the typewriting machine or a roll of paper can 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Thedora Marie MtioDonnldand the bridegroou s were Bertram ColviUe of London England and Mac W A Dwinell of Los Angeles Cal The marriage vow was unusual in that it does not contain the word obey or the phrase until death do you part The omission of obey in in accordance with the New Thought idea of perfect equality be twcen man and woman the orniseion of the pledge is due to a belief that death does not end marriage but that it is for all eternityi Coughs and Colds All coughs colds and pulmonary couiDlaiuts tnat are curable are quick ly cared by One Minute Cough Cure Clears the phlegm draws out inflam mation and heals and soothes the affected parts strengthens the lungs wards off pneumonia Harmless and pleasant to take Sold by All druggists NEW THEORY ABOUT BRAIN DEVELOPMENT Philadelphia Dec 28 A new theory of brain development has been pro pounded by Dr Edward Anthony Hpitz ku ot Columbia Universitybefore the meeting of the Association of Amer- Ican Anatomists at the University of Pennsylvania It is In effect that the mentality is not dependent on the re lative proportion of white and gray matter so much as upon the health or the great bundle of fibers known as the corpus callosam which connect the two tildes of the brain In announcing his theory IJr tipitz ka exhibited the brains of more than a dozen men who had been eminent in science mind in each case endeavored to show that they bore out his assertionsThe importance of the white and gray matter in the brain is often misconstrued he said Were it not for the manifold connections of tne nerve cells in the cortex with ea h otter as well as with the periphery of means of the millions and inilliojjjdof tnateras a multitude of telephone or ldf gr pu stations with nil interconnecting wires destroyed The corpus callosum iis an Index which places the brain of man so for over that of the brute When this structure is deficient or diseased it is invariably nttendfd by profound weak mindedness or total idiocy And the examination of the brains of these no table men possessing large capacity for doing and thinking shows thu convene to be quite as true Saved From Terrible Death The family of Mrs M L Bobbltt of Bargerton Tenn saw her dying and sere poweiless to save her The most skillful physicians and every rmedy used failed while consumption wag slowly but surely taking her life In this terrible hour Dr Kings New Dis covery for Coniitnption turned dopair into joy The first bottle brought im mediate relief amid its continued asp completely cured her Its the most certain cure in the word for sill throat and lung troubles Trial Bottles Free at Short Haynes GOOD DETERMINATION- My tobacco will hang In my earn until it rots before I will place ai pound on the market blow the price that hundreds of our nest farmers have declared to be fair to both buyer and seller said a funnier to me not long ago When evtry man vita tobacco jo sell nas the same determination there can be but one result the buyer must pay 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WEDNESDAY January 4 1005 THIS AFTERNOON At 4 Oclock Mr Win Simmons Irvington Weds Miss Effie Miller Of Ashcraft William Simmons of Irvington will be married this aftern6on at 4 oclocK to Misa Effie Miller of Ash craft Monde county The ceremony will be performed at the residence of Mrs Nancy Ashcraft at Ashcraft Concerning the personalities of Mr Simmons and Miss Miller the Meade County Messenger says Mr Simmons is a son of Sash Sim- onsf a prominent farmer and no young man stands higher with the peo pie of the community or has a firmer hold upon his friends The lady of his choice is an adopted daughter ol Mrs Nancy Ashcraftand possesses in an unusual degree those higher traits of character which go to make up the ideal woman he is justly popular with a wide jtrcle of friends nmlacqualntances Cured Ills Mother of Rheumatism My mother has been a sufferer for many years from rhenmatism says W H Howard of Husband Pennsyl vania At times she was unable to move at all while at all times walkluc was painful I presented her with a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm and after a few applications she decided it was the most wonderful pain rellev i slie had ever tried in tact she is flevtJr without it now and is at all times able to walkAnd occasional ap plication of Pain Balm keeps away the pain that ghe was formerly troubled with For pale by Short Haynes ARE DESERVED Promotions Of M B Kincheloe And J C PayneP M Beard Retires From Firm HardinshnrgKy Jan 8Special Morris Buckner Kincheloe en tered the Bank of Bardinsbnrg the first of the year as bookkeeper He has held a similar position in the Farmers Bank for more than a year with satisfaction to his employers and his promotion is due to his good work and efficiency He is regarded ts- a bright capable young man Jesse CPayne has accepted the posi tion of assistant cashier of the Ken tucky and Indiana Bank at West PoIntHe has been oooKkeeper for the Bank of Hardinsburg for several years and it never had a more faithful of efficient employe That his promo tion is deserved goes without saying and his friends are glad of his succeES Leaves B FBenrd 6 Cp Percy M Beard has retired from the firm of B F Beard Co his in terest having been purchased byhis brother Marvin D Heard There will be no change in the tirm name Mr Beard has been a partner in the busi ness for a number of year and much of its success has been due to hi s splendid business qualities DUNCAN ANNOUNCES Brandenburg Ky Dee 28 Editor David M Duncan announces in hIs r slpCif P001 EDICT This great stock medicine is a money saver for stock raisers It is a medicine not a cheap food or condition powder Though put up in coarser form than Thedfords BlockDraught renowned for the cure of the digestion troubles of persons it has the same qualities of invigorating digestion stirring up the torpid liver and loosening the constipated bowels for allstock and poultry It is carefully pro pared and its action is so healthful that stock grow and thrive with an occasional dose in their food It Cures hog cholera and makes hogs grow fat It cures chicken cholera JtCUeolds in horses murrain in cattle and makes a draught animal do more work for the food consumed If gives animals and fowls of all kinds new life Every farmer and raiser should certainly give it a triah J Jt costa 25c a can and saves ten timea its price in profit PBTBBDBQ KAS March 95 19M I bye been using your BlackDraught fNtoak and Poultry Medicine oa my Meek for some time I have used all of stock food but I have found e Mtkatbeat fol my purpose U c a vztF b Your Henrt 1 May Be Weak One Person in Four lias a Weal Heart One of the surest rlgns of a weak heart Is shortness of breath after exercise Your heart Is not able to pump the blood fast enough to your lungs Some of tho other symptoms of Heart Trouble aro Pains in the Side Back and Shoulder Fainting or Weak Spells Dry Cough Swelling of Feet and Ankles Cold Feet or Hands No ono can afford to allow a weak heart to go without medicine because weak heart means poor circulation and poor circulation means weak lungs stomach liver kidneys etc It therefore you suspect heart trouble begin taking Dr Miles New Heart Cur The Heart Cure will do you good as It Is a splendid tonic for the blood and nerves and will revitalize your entire system Finally remember Dr Mlles New Heart Curo Is sold under a guarantee that tho first bottlo will do you good If It doesnt your money back- I was afflicted with heart trouble for threo years I would be apparently all right and without a moments warning would fall as though shot The attacks were frequent and a terrible dread pos sessed me as I never knew when or where nor under what conditions I would bo attacked Und whether I would survive them I consulted and was treated by some of the most eminent physicians of tho state Not finding re takingDrbegantowhich entirely cured me as I have nott had an attack for five yearsMRSJOHN DIIESBACK VIps O FREE write to us for Ireo Trial package of Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills the New Scientific Remedy for Pain Also Symptom Blank Our Specialist will diagnose your case tell you what Is wrong and how to right it ree DR MILES MEDICAL CO LABORATORIES ELKIIAIIT 1ND paper the Messenger today that he is a candidate for the Democratic nomi nation for Representative from Meade county JAPANS HOSPITAL SHIPS How the Navys Medical Serv ice Is Equipped WORKING CONDITION DEEMED JETE All Rooms In the Four VCHHCH Are Veil Vontllntod They Arc Heated by Steam told Lighted by Elee trlcltySpeclal Course For Snr BoonM and Nurses As Is the case In other departments of activity the medical service of the Japanese navy Is In excellent worklu condition says the London Globe On the outbreak of war Japan owned two hospital ships and two others were added at once so that there Is now one hospital ship available for each of the naval stations These four vessels are the Ilakulmaru Kosalmaru Lach yomuru and Kobemaru nUll all of them saw service in the war with Chi na In ISOtJu According to a corre spondent of the Hcrold of St Petersburg there Is in Tokyo u naval med- Ical academy for training and complet lab the training of surgeons and nurses During 1003 there were enrolled In this academy fourteen candidates to undergo a complete course of In struction and nine staff surgeons for post graduate courses Those young surgeons who wish to Outer the milLs tary service and who have passed only the public examination without at taming the degree of physician must attend the course in the Naval Medical academy for one full year before they can be admitted to active service in the navy The instruction in the academy consists of pathology hygiene military medicine field surgery and the transport of the wounded Clinical in struction is given In the clmrlte or hos pitalI which will be referred to later The academy possesses a special libra ry of manuals and Journals in Japa nese English French and German a Roentgen ray room n collection of surgical Instruments projectiles and portions of projectiles with depart ments under surgeons major The path ological department receives corpses from the chnrlte and it contaIn a good collection of patliologlcoanntom Ical specimens The chemical depart ment is used also as an experimental station for food and it trains special ists in that important branch The bacteriological department is especially good It is is fitted out excellently and is provided with ample room for stu dentsThe charite or hospital supplies clin ical instruction and also trains nurses It is under the protection of the em press of Japan who visits it frequently and it consists of several buildings which are In gardens and which are mostly connected by means of covered ways It possesses every equipment known to modern surgical science with separate rooms for those sick people who desire them and large wards holding thirty beds The male department Is on the ground floor and the females are on the upper story Infectious cases are dealt with inn special ward and eightyfive nurses are employed in the charite The Hakuimaru and the Kosalmaru were built by the Japanese Red Cross specially for service as hospital ships In time of war Before the war these ships were used as passenger vessels between Yokohama and Shanghai When the war came they were adapted again to their proper use They are single screw steamers built in Eng land and of about 2300 tons capacity They are painted white with a broad red band and a red cross on their fun nels Besides a steam pinnace they carry several large rowing boats TheSe ships have many erections on their upper decks main decks and be tween decks Forb and aft on the up per docks is a steam crane for taking In or disembarking wounded uir1 through the spacious hatchway open- Ings while fore and nft at the height of the main deck n wide doorway U cut in the side of the vessel so tlmt wounded men can be embarked dlrw t from the boats On the upper deck av tine captains quarters the stunking room and ladles saloons all of which can be used by day by such invalids ns can leave their beds The promenado deck Is broad and comfortable On tIll upper deck are also a room for re ceiving the wounded some quarters for the ollkors and In two contiguous 1rooms n large box shaped steam disinfecting apparatus with a separate en trance Forward on the main deck Is the laundry driven by electricity Be hind the laundry are two wide and airy rooms containing Iron bedsteads in two rows one nlove the other and in blocks of sixteen each The first room contains 32 beds and tho second room has 128 beds Further aft is a small room for use by day fit ted with suitable tables and benches The second class saloon which is still farther aft is the operating room It Is painted with white washable paint and has the electric light The ap proach Is a narrow corridor at a right angle nud this makes It rattler incon venient to carry In the patient The equipment of this room consists of an Iron operating table apparatus for ster ilizing bandages antiseptic solution and an iron washing table with hot and cold water The instruments are in the next room Next to the operat lag room la a roomy second class cabin fitted up as a Roentgen ray room It Is painted black and Is light proof Tile ncfinmilutors are fed by the ships en gines The first class cabins aft on the mnln deck are fitted up so as to take each two wounded men These cabins lie on either side of the chief saloon Inch cabin hits a door fore and aft Tims a continuous passage can be made through all the callus on one Mile Then there Is a room fitted up for receiving persons who have lost their reason Pie hinder part of the chief saloon Is cut oil by a curtain Here there are some swinging Iron beds The rest of the chief saloon contains the usual comfortably fixed tables nud chairs ot- a passenger saloon There is a supply of handy Iron stretchers for carrying the wounded on board ship and also of Iron framed couches covered with canvas and on small wheels so that they can be moved easily There Is n plen tiful supply of baths and lavatory ar rangements between the rooms for the sick and wounded The rooms which are set apart for the nursing staff are below and correspond with the rooms for the wounded In the fore part Two larger rooms contain each twenty mule nurses and twenty female nurses and two smaller contain two chief assist runts and two head nurses All the rooms are airy with numerous ventilators They are heated by steam are lighted by electricity and hove various electrical appliances An Iron room situated below the water line and nil tight and water tight Is used as a mortuary and can be kept cool by the ma chine used for making Ice Altogether these hospital ships can accommodate 250 sick and wounded Cheaper Furs One of the results of the Russian Japanese war Is that raw furs are cheaper this season says tho New York World It will take some time for the drop In the price of raw furs to af fect the retail sale of the manufactured product but the public Is already beginning to get the benefit In reductions made in anticipation Russia Is one of the largest fur buying countries Canada and British Xorth America send abroad their surplus of raw furs beyond what the American market will take The United States except for some production in Alaska Imports almost all of the expensive furs which are used here Smaller furs like muskrats raccoons skunks and opos sums are produced In large numbers in the United States and a great part of them is export- edOverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood In your body passes through your kidneys once every three minutes Is sold Its all in a yourbloodter out the waste or in the blood If they are sick or out of order they fall to do their work Pains aches come from ex cess of uric acid In the blood due to kIdney trouble unsteadyheartthoughtheyoverworking In pumping thick kidney blood through veins and arteries urinarytroubleskidneysbutall constitutional diseases have their begin ning In kidney trouble- If you are sick you can make no mistake by first your kidneys The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy Is soon realized It stands the highest for Its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases and on merits by druggists fifty cent and onedollar sizes You may have impurities and rheumatism neglected poisoned doctoring sample bottle by mall noma of npRoot free also pamphlet telling you how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y Dont make any mistake but remember tho SwampltootI on every bottle t r Silver Plate that Wears YOUR SPOONSFo- rks etc will be perfection In durability beauty ofdesign and brilliancy of finish if they are selects from patterns stamped lp1847ROGERS ROGERSBROS Take no substitute there are other Rogers but like all Imitations they lack the merit and value iden oiled with the original and genuine Sold by leading dealers every W here eawelIititoutlLtn CoYt3Trt 11 MIIIDII ComicTicvT tO s ZOO BUFFALO A JUNK SHOP AnNorliiieiit of Queer Article Found In UIMIIIN Stomach After Death Lot the ostrich take a back scat as n collector of hardware and other Indi gestible food Philadelphia has a but falo beside whose record that of the ostrich fades Into Insignificance says the Philadelphia Dross It took nu autopsy to establish the fact The buffalo which was one of the herd at the zoological gardens died recently under mysterious circum stances anti It wus decided to bold a post uiortoin examination Dr Court hind Y White of Philadel phil conducted the examination in the buffalos stomach he found the cause of death It was as follows Ono pall of gold rimmed spectacles A clock spring Three safety pins Thirtyeight Inches of wire In assorted lengths Halt a pint of pebbles of various sizes Two cigar butts A peach stone A small medicine bottle Assorted lute of broken glass sticks and newspapers Ono champagne cork It Is presumed that the articles found In the buffalos stomach were thrown at the animal or lost by visitors to the zooCases of abnormal appetites among animals are not uncommon said Dr White There have even been In stances where an entire herd of cows seems to have been seized with a mania for swallowing stones which resulted In a series of deaths ROUGH RIDERS AS ESCORT The PrvNlilciitN Guard of Honor Se lected Igor IiuuiKiirnl Ilirnric President Roosevelts guard of honor in the Inaugural parade on the Itb of Plcl1cdtour cavalry says the Washington Post This was decided upon at a re cent conference between they president and Colonel A C Brodie governor of Arizona and Major W IL II Llewel lyn formerly of the rough riders Governor Brodle and Major Llewel Ilyn took luncheon with the president and arrangements for the guard of hon or were made at that time It Is tic wish of the president that Colonel Brodle select from the members of the regiment a squadron of thirty to fifty men to net as his special escort on In auguration day He also particularly expressed the wish that no other incin bets of the rough riders than those selected by Colonel Brodle take part in the parade While others may come to Washington to attend the Inaugura tion the president has made It clear that it will be Impossible for him at that time to see them Colonel BrodIe will select the best men In the regiment for the guard of honor They will be handsomely mounted anti well equipped and It Is expected they will make an Impressive appearance Colonel Brodie says the guard will not exceed fifty men THE IDEAL HOUSE A riillndelplila Ilijxlclnn Predict Wonderful Improvements Lecturing In Philadelphia Dr Robert Ellis Thompson recently described the city home of the future says the New York World lie said it would contain no stoves Cooking will be done by power the building will be heated from a central plant elevators will run from cellar to garret and breakfast lunch and dinner will be supplied from a cooperative center The era of sci- entIfic cooking on the cooperative plan has been Inaugurated In Bergen Norway where for nearly a generation cooking has been banished from the home and all receive their meals from cooperative centers Not only will the house of the future be cleaned by power but the dust will be removed by a pneumatic exhaust system Streets will be cleaned in like manner and the dust and dirt will be carried away into the country so that country people may yet visit the cities for a breath of fresh air A Train to Stop For One Teacher In response to a letter received from Miss Blanche Hart a pretty school maam residing at Caledonia President Ingalls of the Big Four railway has ordered train No 3 stopped at Logan Ind a switching station on Monday mornings in order that Miss Hart can reach her charge says the Toledo NewsBee Miss Hart In tho past has walked to her school a distance of five miles every Monday morning N 4 + 4 NN N1 N I HardinsburgtA B F BARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier DIRECTORS p Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Greets C Vic Robertson B F Beard o Dr A N Kincbeloe D S Richardson ffInsured against loss by fire or burglary time ipaid on deposits ee es ++ + + i 4 1 u The Breckinridge Bank Cloverport Ky Capital Stock 45100 Surplus 7000 Incorporated Organized ink1872 W H BOWMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier DR F L LIGHTFOOT 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 Iree NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS Interest paid on time deposits fesN bNeNeseeeeee eieeeeeNeiNeNeeeNeeeseNjI I IIFirst IRVINGTON State KY Batik W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VicePresident II H KEMPER Cashier Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited = Interest Paid on Time Deposits NNetreN eNee eeeeNeeeeeeeeeeeeNeeNeeeNeeNe e + THE Fifth Avenue I HOTELitI I1 Louisville Ky Ifi PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr + The most centrally located and only firstclass hotel In a rate one block principal shopping district and blocks from principal theatres IIStreot cars pass the to all 1 I Hn ee ee + + 00 N- IIi DAN BROOKS CO LIVE STOCK i COMMISSION flERCHANTS i CENTRAL STOCK YARDS LOUISVILLE KY 004 e e e eo e + + N4 =flAI n= RJ z 1 FRISCO SYSTEH Chicago F Eastern Illinois R R Double Daily Trains BETWEEN St Louis AND Chicago MORNING AND EVENING From LaSalle Street Station Chicago 950 a m910 p m From Union Station Merchants Bridge St Louis 930 a m 946 p m Morning or evening connection at both termini with lines diverging Equipment entirely new and modern throughout- A DOUBLETRACK RAILWAY Equipped with practical approved safety appliances Substantially constructed lr StylishComfortable ComfortableTailor clothes All the latest patterns for suits and trousers in high grade fabrics Clothes made by modern methods Fit guar anteed Moderate prices Ex pert tailois employed- J H HUNSCHE Casper May Co Canneltou Ind the city making 1200 Only from the two the door parts and T V G BABBAGE PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR Many years experience m sot thug estates All collections reas onable Cloverport Kentucky One MinuteCough Cure For Coughs Colds and Croup Sanfords Fine Inks S Mucilage In full assortments of handy size bottles Library and photo pastes to boot JNO D BABBAGE School books etc H n 4 BALCSVEGETABLE cltVI AttorneyatLaw SICILIAN A highclass preparation for the hair soft and glossy and prevents splitting at the endsCures dandruff and always restores color to gray hairu 1 J J1J1 I A X t r I I i ii ir r i 1 tr r 4 iTirii- s it j ttrtta 9 i 1 lk I lI 1 1i i I 1 t i I 1t r I rk a l F r tr dJTHE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D and V G BABBAQE Editors and Proprietors Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year or 125 if paid at tho end of year CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per lino- OBITUARIES charged for at tho rate of 5 cents per line Money in advance Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct please notify us When ordering a change in tho address subscribers should give their old as well as tho now addr- essEIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY JANUARY 4 1905 WE want to make tho prediction that Dick Owen will get more votes in Monde county than Gus gets in Breckenridge WE notice in the Hancock Clarion that N S Greathouse is a can didate for reelection to the office of county clerk of Hancock county subject to tho action of the Republican primary in April Mr Great houso has made one of tho best county clerks in tho State and as such has many friends No bettor man for tho place could be found Mr Greathouses friends say the primary will name him EVERY farmer and every friend of tho farmer should not forget the convention of the countys tobacco growers which is to bo held at Hardinsburg on next Saturday and all should seo to it that their community is well represented the meeting Tho best plans for hold ing tobacco for tho Lynchburg prices will bo discussed and other important business transacted It is therefore essential that a full representation be on hand PORT ARTHUR whose hills for months ran red with the bloodof the bravest of two warlike nations has at last succumbed to the fierc tenacity of tho Japanese attack Gen Stoessel most stubborn in carrying out the will of his sovereign has seen tho advance of tho besieging array gain momentum and energy until to hold longer would have been a crime against humanity Tho conditions of the surrender are not yet known but all quarters anticipate they arc such as the honorable soldier may expect from a bravo and victorious enemy PROP II K TAYLOR of Louisville one of the ablest and best known speakers of the State will deliver an address in tho Methodist chug of this city on next Sunday afternoon in the interest of tho Kentucky AntiSaloon League In tho evening he will speak in the Baptist church at Irvington Everyone at both of these places should take advantage of tho opportunity to hear Prof Taylor as they will enjoy an intellectual treat aside from the moral benefit which they will rq ceive ATTENTION iis called to the advertisement of tho J P Will Com pany lumbermen now running in this paper This is an old established concern having been in business in Louisville and vicinity for some forty years They are especially anxious to get acquainted with the people in this ond surrounding counties and we heartily recommend them to any and all of our friends who are in need of anything in the lumber line feeling assured that their interests will be well taken care of and their wants supplied with firstclass lumber at prices con sistent with market conditions from time to time Gus RICHARDSON is telling the Democrats how ho carried this Sen atonal district and Dick Owen lot Breckenridge county to the Republicans but ho dont tell them how Dick Owen worked up the organiza tion how he went to every district in the county and got the boys in line and laid the foundation for the victory which followed and then was thrown down by a few Democrats who went hack on him and voted for his opponent Every Democrat in thi county knows how Dick Owen worked in that campaign and the credit was given to some one else These are facts and Democrats should remember them Another thingtho Hon Gus dont toll tho voters and that is how ho curried his own precinct for the Hqu Chas Branford as against Jack Gross Gussie puts up a very beautiful story to catch votes but it wont won k this time The people are on to his racket WILL our dear and csteemnd friend Gussie please inform the public whom he will support for United States Senator and how he can afford to spend more than the office is worth to get it There must be something behind all this Gussie was very much opposed to a convention Dick Owen was in favor of a convention So was Dr Knox we understand The committee were in favor of a convention also But Gussio saw ho couldnt manipulate a convention so ho stands out for a primary and by some hook or crook ho pulls Dr Knox along with him Now a primary will cost each one of tho candidates as much as the salary they get out of the office Wo can see how Owen and Knox were pulled into it they couldnt help themselves They didnt want to be bulldozed in that kind of manner But Gussie the dear old sly fox that he is know what ho was doing Money was no object to him He had squads of it if ho didnt have t ho know right where to put his hands on it But Gussie you arc badly off this timeif you think the people are going to put up with your fox chas ing and heifer chasing for another term They have had enough of you Gus le You had better take tho advice of a good friend got off the track and let some man have a chance that is a truobluo Demo crat with a record for honesty and decdncy In politics ATnan who stands for a square deal for all men whether they bo Democrats Re publicans or Populists Dick Owen is that kind of J1 Democrat I Our banks show a healthy and prosperous condition The tive reported in this issue show that they havo on deposit over half a mil lion dollars This is an increase of a littlo over 8000 for their re goodforcilities than Breckenridgo and there is no set of banks safer and doing a more healthy business than our banks Wo congratulate tho bank ers on their good condition and splendid showing It is announced that Steve Cannan o this city will be married on January 11 to Miss Ollie Robertson at the home of Eli Wilson at Bewleyville Mr Todd Ashley of Glendeaue and Miss Polly Pool of Axtcl will be married today at the home of the bride u ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR COUNT JUDGE HenryDlllaverCounty Judge jf lircckcnrldgo county sub- Ject to the action of the Dtmocrutlu party FOtt STATS SENATOR WwInoxfor State Senator from this t lie 10th district composed of the counties of Hancock llrtck enrlclRo and Meade subject to tho action of the Democratic party FOR STATE SENATOR WE are authorized vo announce R W of Hancock county a candidate tor State etmtor from this the 10th district HancockBreckenridgoaction of the Democratic party FOR REPRESENTATIVE Wo are authorized to announce Solby R RepresentIatlvefrom OFFICERS ELECTED Cloverport Lodge No 133 F A M has elected officers for the ensuing year as follows R L Oelzo Worshipful MastU C W Hamman Senior Warden Hov ious Behen Junior Warden C 13 Skillman Treasurer A B Skill man Secretary Marion B hen Tyler J I W Pate and F P Payne Stewards The appointive officers Jas Younger Senior Deacon and Joe M Allen Jun for Deacon were appointed by Master Oelxe aud Warden Hum man respectively Nasal CATARRH ID all Its stages Elys Cream Balm tisanes soothes and heals the diseased membrane It cures catarrh and drives away a cold In the bead Quickly nostrileepreadeeover mediate and euro follows It Is not drying docs not produce sneezing Large Size 60 cents at Drug gists or by mall Trial Size 10 cents ELY BROTHERS 66 Warren Street New York QUARTERLY REPORT OK tilE FIRST STATE BANK dayhRESOURCES Loans and discounts155413Ove- rdrafts secured C81S9 Overdrafts unsecured 12034 Duo from National Hunks 938711 Duo from State Bunks and Bankers 150000 Duo from Trust Com Bunking House and Lot 000 1407000 Other Real Estate Mortgages US Bonds Other Stocks and hoods Specie 105028 Currency 125000 230028 Exchange for Clearings Other Items carried as Cash X8640 Furniture and Fixtures C351 Fund to pay Taxes Current expenses last quarter 6475201 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in 1500000 Surplus fund 120000- Undivided Iroflts 1J2I Duo Depositors as follows viz Deposltssubjecttocheckion 079755 Deposits subject tocneck paIdlJomand depoll on which In terest Is paid Time certificates ofde InterestIs 1681233 Savings Deposits on paidCertifIed 5000 U3450 03 Duo National Banks Due State Bums and Bunkers Duo TrustCompanlcs Cashiers Checks outstanding Bills rediscounted 5000 ro ITnpalddlvldends unpaidCapital SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of Indebtedness of any stockholder person company or firm Including In tho liability of the company or firm tho llabllf tv of tho Individual members thereof directly or Indirectly If such Indebtedness exceeds 20 per cent of capital stock actually paid In and actual amount of surplus of the hanrf None How Is Indebtedness stated Inabovo Item 1 secured Seo Section 583 Kentucky Statutes Highest amount of Indebt dncssof any director or officer If amount of such Indebtedness oxceedslO per cent of paid up capital Stock of bank None SecSectlon 583 Kentucky Statutes How Is same secured Does amount of Indebtedness of any person company or firm In eluding In the the com puny or firm tho liability of the Individual members thereof exceed 30 percent of paid up capital and actual surplus No If so state amount of such Indebt edness Amount of last dividend Were all expenses losses Interest and taxes deducted therefrom be fore declaring dividend and was not less than 10 per cent of the net profits lit the bank for the period by the dividend carried to the sur plus fund before said dividend was declared J45000 See Section SOOKentuckyStatutes lH75291 lssCountyI W J Plggott iresldcnt of The First Stato Bank u Bank located and doing business in countybelnltis In aU respects a true statement of the con dition of the said Bank at the close of busi ness on the 31st day of Dcc1001 to tho best of hisooHledge and belief and further says that the business of said Dank has been transacted at the location named and not elsewhere and that tho above report Is mado in compliance with an official notice received from the Secretary of State designating tho 31st day of Dec 1904 as the day on which such report shall be made WJ PIGGOTT President Subscribed and sworn to before me by W J Plggott President the 2nd day of Jan 1906 II H KEMPER Notary Public Jly Commission expires Jan 18 1908 JNO R WIMP D O HERON X Directors It M JOLLY j r to iT d I Condensed Statement of Condition of Bnk of HardinsburgI Hardinsburg Ky At the Close of Business December 31 1904 RESOURCES Notes and Bills 20l 110711 f Cash in safe and other Banks 4902275 Bonds 366522 Banking House and Lotu180000 Other Real Estate 78679t Furniture and Fixtures 40000 I Total 25678547 LIABILITIES 1905 In presenting our usual semiannual statement wish again call your our and ample resources No matter how your business may be we are able take taro of matter how small your business may be will be glad have RespectfullyM Cashier PICKED UP June L Stiff formerly Stephens port back his old home on a visit He lives Lincoln NAb and works on J Bryans farm This is his first visit home ten years He is a the late Clint StiffMr and Mrs S R Bandy near Irvington gave a Christmas dinner to friends and relatives Those pres ent were Mrs Fannie Board and UlarAnce Gtirfield John French and wife Joe Bandy and wife James Ulaycomb and sister Miss Enla Moorman Howard have bought around 100000 pounds tobacco at Glendeane at round tor burley and 8u 0 2 for dark Wars Owen and Wade B Pate bonght Wm Smiths faro near Balltown for 1000 cash Bill Haynes and his wife Sallie vary proud the fact that they cooked and served Uncle Billy Withers and his wife with their Christmas dinner He said the old people enjoyed it very much was just a plain country dinner said Bill such as oldtime colored people know how to get T Driskell and wife and Thos Richardson and wife West Point spent Christmas their old home near Uarfleld I J and Profits No 28 due Jan 1 at 4 per cent M we to to i largo to it no we to it i of is at nt W in son of of son of 10 are of It we up H of at w r I Are Going to Build any of the Above ff- W If so we want you to to us tho lumber you will J W need Our prices are right and we will bo sure to you ty I JP Will LUMBERMEN I LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY i Jx H ana wife and daughter Jennie of Big Spring went to Louis ville Monday Mr Myer says he had a tine Christmas trade Among his sales were eight cases of oranges 200 Ibs raisins and GOO pounds of candy He says business generally is good in his Farmers are selling 1 doz Florida Oranges 25c 3 Ibs Stick Candy 25c 3 Ibs Fine Candy 25c 4 Ibs Rice 25c 1 lb 4 Crown London Layer Raisins 15c A Seven sold In pas I2 Capital 2500000 Surplus Fund Undivided 2138942 Deposits 20939605 Dividend 100000 Total 25678547 attention strength You write about satisfy Co Meyer community sweet Mixed I their tobacco at good prices 7 to 12 I rotfhd for ROUTES 1 BewleyvilleKyJan 2Special fTwo rural free routes out of Guston b egun today CHEAP CHEAP CHEAP AR- EBabbages Bargains FOR CASH BUYERS 3 Sweet 5 Coaline Soap 20c 5 Ibs Buckwheat 25c 3 Ibs Flaked Hominy lOc 1 Doz Jumbo Pickles tOe 2 Table Peaches 42 Piece Dinner worth 698for 225A largo of these sets have already been put out and we still havo them Call Coupon card and that explains everything Babbagey Son 25cDays Cloverport Ky r To Cure a Cold in One Day Take Laxative Jiromo quinine Tablets Million braes raoaths This Signature Stock Burley TWO NEW delivery Cans Corn 25c Bars Flour Cans Fine Set number c3 ravs Caret nfa Two Oftevtry box25c v z c i s 1 ki Ki 1 t Ltj I I I i I i It i l Y I r A Cl Pttn1I If 1J IJ ln 1 i iLI I r 1- fti t J m t IJL fit I Ct1 ref 1 t t tt+ FT i J ji1 j br rte yar JYt I 4- l JM- Sh FiI T Ws Pills stimulate the TORPID LIVER strengthen the digestive organs regulate the bowels and are un equaled as an- ANTIBILIOUS MEDICINE- In malarial districts their virtues arc widely recognized as they possess peculiar properties In freeing the system from that poison Elegantly Take sugar NocoatedI The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY January 4 100 i Ernest Popham was at Irvington Thursday Cling Patterson was in Louisville part of last week C E Lightfoot returned Saturday from Sorgho R W Owen of Lewiaport was here Saturday Rollie Fallen returned Sunday to Seeleyville Ind Plisses Mary and Irene Jarboe visited SundayJi been visiting friends at Rookport Ind Wallace Babbage returned Monday to the State College at Lexington Fresh oysters the biggest and the best at the English Kitchen Miss Mamie Graham went to Owues boro Saturday to visit relatives Louis D Baer of Owensboro was in the city Thursday on a business trip Mrs Fannte Ltsben went to Owens v boro Friday to visit Mrs FM Eades Ode Young was hero from Mor a n field part of last week visiting rein tivs MISS Margaret Baser of Hardins burg is the guest of Mr and Mrs F P Payne Mr and Mrs Eugene Tatum went to Henderson Saturday to visit her re latives Pickled Pigs feet just in season We EnglishtiePerole Blain of Stephensport spent Saturday and Sunday here the guest of relatives Supplying the wants of the people Thats why the English Kitch en is al ways busy Mrs J W Parr of Clifton Millsr has been visiting her brother Rev Root Board J D Babbage Jr returned Monday to the Louisville Training School for Boys at Beechmont Miss Sallie Lightfootof Hawesville was the guest of Dr and Mrs F L Lightfoot last week Mrs Joseph Harpole of Louisville has been visiting her parents Dr and Mrs J L Moorman Miss Alice Baker of Hardinsburg was the guest of Mr and Mrs F P Payne part of last w- eekConsumption Salt pork is a Famous old fashioned remedy for con L sumption Eat plentyof it pork was the advice to the f r consumptive 50 andLoo years ago x Salt pork is good if a man can stomach it The idea behind it is that fat is the food the consumptive needs most ScottsEmulsionisthemod- ern method of feeding fat to the consumptive Pork is too rough for sensitive stomachs Scotts Emulsion is the most refined of fats especially prepared for easy dige ion Feeding him fat in this waywhich is often the only way is half the battle but Scotts Emulsion does more than that There is some thingabout the combination ofcod liver oil and hypophos phites in Scotts Emulsion that puts new life into the weak parts and has a special action on the diseased lungs A sample willl be sent free upon request Be lure that this picture in the form of a label Is on the Wrapper of every bottle of Emulsion you buy SCOTT BOWNE CHEMISTS 409 Pearl St N Y 5ocandlij all druggists Mr ahd Mn Herbert Tinius ro turned Thursday from a visit to rel atives at Owenbboro Miss Cecil Foofe came up from Owensboro Jlast week to visit her aunt Mrs V Q Babbnge Virgil MoCracken ot near Vine hove was the guest of his nephew S H McCraoken part of last weak Miss Florence Lewis and Misses EJIa and Dessie Pop alll spent Thursdayat Holt the guests of Miss Bessie Mitch ell Capt Jas Kay of Evansville spent part of the holidays with his sister Mrs T W Oeer and Mrs Wm SmartMiss Verna Ryan of Tobmsport and Miss Allle Haynes of Hawesville were the guests of Miss Maude Polk last week- MrsWm Minnett returned Satur day to Owensboro after a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Price GrahamMisses Bernice and Eunice Wheeler of Hardin Grove Ind have been guests at the Fisher Homestead the past weekMr and Mrs Harry Conover nee Grace Foote of Cincinnati were the guests of her aunt Mrs V G Babbage part of last week Miss Ephel Simson of Montgomery Ala and Miss Bessie Mitchell ot Holt spent Christmas with Miss Florence Lewis Oysters nothing more tempting when cooued just right Our man Nobleknows how to oookJust drop in and try some of his fried oysters English Kitchen Misses Jennie Mogan of Holt and Miss Pearl Fella of Addisqn spent Sunday here the guests of Mraud Mrs hclwnrd Gregory Mr and Mrs T F Sawyer and child ren went to Hawesville Friday to spend several days with her parents Mr and Mrs R C Lamar Mrs Mary DeHaven and daughter Miss Mamie DeHaven returned Satur day from a visit to Mr and Mrs Fred DeHaven at Louisville Misses Cassie Anderson and Ambie Williams returned Saturday from a v lair to the formers brother Jno Anderson at Stanley Simpson Arnold who has just served out his time in the regular army was here last week visiting relatives before going to his home at Hardinsburg Frank McGavock and son Robert arrived last week from Hendersonville Tenn to visit his brother Jno Mc Gavock near town and other relatives MrsElla Gregory and little daughter Dorothey of Brandenburg were the guests of Mrs Lucy Gregory Saturday and Sunday while en route to Sebree where she has a position as teacher Will Gibson of Holy B Jobnsonof Garfield and MrsHH Johnson and children ot Lodihnrg passed down on the train Tuesday for Texas Mrs John son goes to join bAr husband who has located in that state and engaged in the grocery business OASTORXABern theThe kind You Hart Wwa51S BOUglf Signature 01 BEWLEYVILLE Thomas P Hardaway is in Louisville Mrs W W Keiths broken arm is about well W H Cain Sr spout last week in Meade county Thomas J Drury is spending a fort night with his parents Mrs Heron entertained the Irvington young people Friday night The social with Mr and Mrs Z T Stithwas largely attended I Miss Lula Nunnelley visited Mrs W A Stith the past ten days Jimmie and Hugh Albright spent Christmas with their parents Miss Katie Hardaway gave an enjoy Uble social Thursday evening Miss Maggie Blanche Jolly is at home from a visit to relatives in Louisville Albert Smith has been the guest of Mr and Mrs Z T Stith several days Miss Blanche Jolly entertained the teachers meeting to dinner Thursday Mrs G A Foote and daughters were guests of Mr and Thomas Ditto last weekMrs R J Cain and children visited Mr and Mrs Charles Blsuford several days last week Dr W Thomas Cain of Falls of Rough visited his parents Tuesday of Christmas week R D Cain has returned from Louis ville where he visited Mr and Mrs Charlie Fennington Eli Wilsons strawrick tumbled over on several of his cattle a dny or so ago and it came neat being the end of them GOLDEN ROD HAS NEW POSITION Roy Hoysor who has been at homo for the holidays has accepted a position as traveling salesman with the Chespeako Ohio Coal Coke Co of Cincinnati His territory is the state of Michigan e ititDR1 R Representing P KEENEtj t tf Y II TAYLOR KEENE TAYLOR Ih 1 IIDENTISTS IiWillweek out or each month prepared to I Jl watt on all wishing High Class lion 1 v ifI I I f liVltittiit Here January 9 to 13 Vi I I HARNED NOR- MALSCllOOL Term Begins JANUARY 30 1905 and continues 4 months Course of Study TEACHERS COURSE 1200 PREPARATORY COURSE 1000 Money Payable in Advance Pupils absent one week on ac count of sickness money refunded Good Board and Furnished Rooms 225 and 250per week For further particulars Address Andrew Driskell 1 Principal HARNED KY OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCXDOOOOOob QUARTERLY REPORT OV THE Two States Bank AT TUB CIOSR OP BUSINESS ON THE Hist DAY OF DKCIiMDER 1001 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 1 4536015 Overdrafts secured Overdrafts unsecured Duo from NationalBunks 13i12 28 Due from State Banks and Hankers 2400 00 Duo from Trust Companies 000 611228 Bunking House and lot Other Heal Estate Mortgages U 8 Bonds Other stocks and bonds Specie 1833 27 Currency 1850 00 368327 Exchange for clearings Other Items carried as Cash Furniture anfixtur155112Fu- ndto pay Taxes Current Expenses last six months W2 28 572 28 f 572S510 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in in cash 1 15000 00 Surplus Fund 528 R4 Undivided Profits 1493 62 Due Depositors as fol lows viz subJecttoCheck etest Is not paid 2701764 Deposits subject to Check on which int crest Is paid 000 00 Demand Certldcatcs of Deposits on which Interest Is paid 000 00 Time certificates ot Do posits on which Inter est Is paid 32650 00 Savings Deposits on paidCertified Duo National Banks Due State flanks and Bankers Duo Trust Companies 40567 04 Cashiers Checks outstanding Bills rediscounted Unpaid Dividends unpaidCapital f 57285 10 SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount ot indebtedness of any stockholder person com pany or firm Including in the li ability of the company or firm the liability of the Individual members thereof directly or indirectly If such Indebtedness ex ceeds iO per cent of capital stock actually paid In and actual 000Howabove item I secured See Sec 583 Kentucky Statutes Highest mountof Indeptedncss ot any director or ofllcer If amount ot such Indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paid up capital stock orSbunk 0 00 StatutesHowDoes amount of Indebtedness of any person company or firm in cluding in the liability ot the company or firm the ilabiUty of the Inlllvidual members thereof exceed 30 per cent of paid up 1 NoIfedness v Amount 01 last dividend 60000 Were all expenses losses interest and taxes deducted therefrom before declaring dividend and wus not less than 10 per cent ot not profits of the bank for the period covered by the dividend carried to the surplus before said dividend was rundIclared u Yes See Sec 59C Kentucky Statutes STATE I lSSCountyJohn S Addair Cashier of Tho Two States flanK a BanK located and doing business In countybeingis In all respects a true statement of the con dltlon of said Banicat the close ot business on the 31st day of December 1004 to tho best of his Knowledge and belief and further says that the business lot said BanK has been transacted at the location named and not clsowhnro and that the above report is made in compliance with anofficial notice received from the Secretary Qf State designating the 31st day of December lOOt as the day on which said report shall bo made Subscribed and sworn to before me by John S Adair the Second day of January 1005 W F HOOK ClerK BrecKonrldgo Co Court By U S SKILLMAN D O R A BENNETT 1 It A SHELLMAN Directors I IKE O ADAm JOHN S ADAIR Cashier Fred Mclananao has been np from Henderson this week visiting his brother UT MoUlanahan 1 4 f I WirtsAdvertis- ements flfi t+ = + inserted under this head ut sine cent a word PIT weok- TOR SALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting machines and one lot of Rood Laundry machines UasollneEnJClnCflStreetLoulsvl11e WANTED W appletresatper1002000 peach trees at IOcca h Send for list- ortrecs highland Nursery Cloverport Ky u WANTEDA GIRL 7ANTEDA girl L colored or whltol for weekDontanythingWritnDecaturIllTDittoBORR OWor moro tor R yeart at 3 per cent AttendCOO sire Bureau Chllllcothe Missouri FARM frO It SALE 1 fromlIardlnshurKand two tobacco houses on land Well water ed and timbered For terms apply to Jno 1 llnrdinsburgbyFOR SALEHOUSE AND LOT EastlondMFitchFOR SALEDOGS- f besbird producedthe pair DUROCS JERSEY PIGS FOR SALEH andIltspigsYontuiywhcreTborougbbredmy place 8 ahead UII n shipping order 10 E P HARDAWAY Bowleyvlllo Kentucky HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES One way second class colonist tickets to South and Southeast first and third Tuesdays each month at reduced rates Homeseekers Excursions to all points to which hoineseekers rates apply SHERIFFS SALE By virtue of a Vendition Epoiias No 21i directed to me which issued from the Clerks Office of Breckenridge Circuit Court in favor of W M Autry against I L Lynch I or one of my deputies will on Monday the 3rd day of January 1905 between the hours of 0 oclock m and 4 oclock pm at HardinsburgKy property sary to satisfy plaintiffs debt interest and costs to wit 75857 The follow ing described property Beginning at a atone on the little Hartford road in CountyKentuckyto a stone in the alley between Lynch anti McQuady thence S 80 W 22 poles to a stone thence S 214 E 133 poles thence N 79 E 22 poles to the beginning containing 134 acres and 33 sq poles more or less on which is erect ed a dwelling and outbuildings levied LynchTermsof 3 months bond with approved seCur- ity required bearing interest at the rate of 0 per cent per annum from day of sale and having the force and effect of a replevin bond F P PAYNE S B C By H M HEM RD D S ENJOYABLE DANCE The public dance given on the second Moor of the annex to the Masonic Temploim Tuesday evening cf last week was an enjoyable affair About a dozen couples participated The outoftown people at tho dance were Mr and Mrs Harry Conover of Cincinna ti Misses Eunice and Bernice Wheeler of Hardin Grove Ind Miss Vorna Ryan of Tobinsport Indnnd Miss Allen Haynes of Ilawcsvillo and Mr YoG Shra der of Louisville Mr and Mrs Conover neo Grace Footo were the chaperones Music was fur nished by the Clovorpnrt string hand The dance was given by P W Murray CURE PIH CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS PBest Couth Syrup Tastes Good I Use In time Sold by druggists RC CONSUMPTION DRIPC MITCHELL DENTIST OFFICE OVER THE FAIR Satisfaction assured Professional Prices MEET ME AT NOLTES r WE WILL MOVE SOON INTO THE FIRST FLOOR OF THE ANNEX TO THE MASONIC TEMPLETHAT IS WE WILL MOVE OUR p GROCERY DEPARTMENT AND THERE WILL BE BETTER PREPARED TO SERVE THE HOUSEKEEPERS EVERY DAY WANTS OUR NEW LOCATION WILL BE MORE CONVENIENT FOR YOU AS WELL AS FOR US WE ARE GRATEFUL FOR OUR GROWTH IN ALL DEPARTMENTS DURING 1904 FOR ALL OF WHICH WE THANK OUR PATRONS AND TRUST THAT OUR DEALINGS IN 1905 MAY GIVE MUTUAL SATISFACTION AS IN THE PAST J C NOLTE BRO MASONIC TEMPL- ECLOVERPORT KY D Y9 u first Housekeeping time often run upon the popr baking which causes the rDGoingI jar GOLD DUST FLOUR lighthouse Bread Rolls palatable Housekeepers agesHappiness Gold Flour Ce dick Milling COP GRANDVIEW IN- DWARNING WERE AFTER YOU After Alphonse After you Gaston We watching you for some time We trade and low prices consistent quality fair treatment goods quick service and business methods will it case won These are Arguments Quaker 3 for 25c 5 lbs Oats dish 25c 3 Cans Hominy 25c 3tt Sugar Corn 25c 1 J W of wbo ill of is to he is to be soon to as a poor the and and of all and fol low the of Dust Get it at your r if do wo for was now be im up for use 3 25c Pumpkin 3 700 25 Ibs Popham BrosGROCERS CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY IIWMIrVUtAVJJWtfIfIAv 1 McGlothlan ggottrr IaudI thanks for their patronage 19041 May have the pleasure in 1905 McGLOTHLAN PIGGOTT Irvington Ky t lft iJNlIII BATES IMPROVING Bate Hawesville weeks seriously reported much provedand expected Byrne returned Sunday Louisville Stands against baking Biscuit light Content Health Cadicks grocers you my dear my dear have been want your with good honest have your Oats Rolled with Lye MR Severs makes String Beans Cans Cans 25c Northern Potatoes per bushel Nay Beans 100 8L of twe same 1 several tuberculosis 1ISNOW A LAW passed recently by the city connoil prohibiting the rats ing of pigeons within the city limits unless confined to the Premises of the owner Deciime P law January 1 The fine for each offense is not less than 1 and not more than 5 t Groves Tasteless Chill TonicTWK stood the test 25 years Average Annual Sales over One and a Half Million bottles Does this record of merit appeal to you No Cure No Pay SOc Enclosed with every bottle is a Ten Cent package of Groves Illadt Root Liver Pills f of 0 r r t r- G L 0l1 Ic 0 i 1 I J X 4 T J ra Ii 1 j 1- J j J io I 1 l II- F If a f 1 A C c i r z 1k 1i 1r 1i 1i k i i i t I f 4 II i t i t B tl f 1 i 1 f 1J j 4 4 1 l Irf 1x t The Breckefiridge News 1 WEDNESDAY January 1005 THE GAUNTLET- Will Have To Be Run By Tobacct TrustDouble Investigation- By U S Government reII A dippntoh froui Washington relnt to the investigations into the work ings of the tobacco trust thut are to bo made says The untiring efforts of Ropresentrt tlve John Wesley Qtiines to proteot tobacco growers against the tobacco trust at last protnibe to be fruitful of relief Jas KGarHeld Chief of the Bureat of Corporations is to institute a corn plete investigation of the tobacco in dustry throughout the United tatAsI In other word the trust will have to run the gauntlet Mr lames sug gested to Attorney General Moody that the agents of the trusts could be made witnesses and the agreed that this could he Drought aooutI through tne Bureau of Corporations This wilt afford a double investigation of the tobicoo trust inasmuch as theI Department of Justice three weeks true A E Garner of Springfield Tenu special attorney to investigate the complaints tiled against the American Tobacco Company by the Kentucky anti Tenn Mae Tobaoco Growers Associa tionThe investigation will include every brunch of the industry and follow the lines adopted in the pursuit ot the beef trust- Tobacco troui the plantation to the faotoriee mid to the consumer will be thoroughly investigated ana the con ditions under which the planters are said to be compelled to dispose of tneir product to the trust and the price they obtain for it will be ascertained along with other important data The small dealers will bs permitted to tes tily fully as to the means employed to injure their business Zero Weather IH apt to treeze your ears nose hands and toes You dont notica it at the time but latter on it Is painful anal oftentimes dangerous It draws out the frost because it opens the p ores of the skin induces perspiration and stimulates the circulation Paracumph prevents erysipelas and dreaded blooa poisoningPUSHING OUT COWBOYS Transformation of a Cattle Country In Oklrhoma EAJfOHES TUCKED DITO PARMA HurrotvH NNd CtMtnn linn+ 1HrnimiHnl In Itotrvr JIIHw CtHinlj Cattln Tmilia Amv FIlltMl With SHIII tinil Ov er KTIMVM With PearlsCherrnaon OiiiHtnitI TnltliM OvsirtLMl 4111 TliOMi tru ttH3Red Slntenzineh When a traveler in Oklahoma gets as far west tin Roger Mllla county he lads Llwstlf in a new country and among a new people says a Cheyenne Okla correspondenti of the Kansas City Star The landscape hAS begun to pitch upward toward the grout Iilaliw and the Uocky mountains The atmosphere is drier and more invigo rating and the tau comes more quick Jly to the cheek than it does in eastern Oklahoma Instead of first blistering red it begins by smoking the cheek brown cud the shade grows deeper and deeper the longer one stays in the country Uncle Hill Miller who used to live in Wheeler county in the Pan handle said Unit if he did not actually know that he was the father of his boy Smoky Joo Miller who once owned the local hotel he would be willing to swear that he was a darky Lie could remember the day however when Smoky Joe was white The first settlers at Cheyenne were mostly Texans big brown men who had lived all their lives in the open air and had grown bone and sinew from the nutritious chuck of the cow camp They came in from the Pan handle and the southwestern counties They were men of Independence years of adventure on the plains having made there resourceful and self reliant As lute as four or live years ago a topic that never failed to arise in the talk of a group of these Texans was In dlans They hated the Indian with all their heart nod felt that it was hardly u crime to kill one at sight The Co munches and Kiowas had murdered and pillaged the settlements in the Texas counties for so ninny years that the sight of a red man in moccasins was sutliclcnt to make these Texans finger their six shooters Living in close proximity to these tribes there had never been a gap of time to dim the memories of tho earlier days and the first settlers of Roger Mills county at heart were still fighting the battles of the border when the Choctaw rail road pushed westward from Weather ford and opened the country to Amarll lo four years ago When the Cheyenne and Arapahoe country was opened to settlement the town of Cheyenne was made the coun ty seat of Uoger Mills county then n cattle country where it was believed a crop farmer would starve to death in six months and whose coming was looked upon with less favor than the advent of a prairie dog Cheyenn grew to be the distributing point of supplies which were freighted over land from Weathcrford Cheyenn grew to be a redhot town Cowboys galloped up and down the streets lens ing a streak of smoke behind them saloon did n rushing business I1ml gambling louses kept open night am tiny It was not an uncommon sightI to see 5000 or 0000 in bets piled on n monte table The surrounding country was with out fences and the great herds of cat tie hind free range for miles and miles It was not n country where men were moved to laughter amid much talking The silence and Isolation pressed upoi mens lips Miles could be traveled without the sight of a house The few settlers who lived on claims cultivates Kalllr corn and sorghum for the bunch of cattle which they hoped wouk make them rich Things have changed both at Cheyenne and In Roger Mills The stage driver at Sayre jammed seven wnyfar ers into the two scats of his vehicle and said that if nothing busted IK believed he could make It to Cheyenne n distance of about twentysix miles in two and a half hours One of the wayfarers had not been In Roger Mills county for nearly the years but he knew the topography of the country and the prospect of a ten mile Fait in that portion of Oklahoman carried with It no assurance of safety The two llyonchos that pulled the stage sprang into the air together as the driver uncoiled his whip and when they struck the ground the stage was under good headway in the direction of Cheyenne An old gray haired farm er from Iowa who was on his way to an Interior ranch to find his son who bad been absent from home several rears swore vehemently at the wrench ing his bones received and wits dis trusted with the appearance of the fountry wholly unlike the black soil of Iowa He grew less demonstrative however when he saw a field of cotton which whisked by like the unfolding 3t a bolt of white cloth The stage Iriver was making time anti touching only the high placesI The rand often led down into canyons but there was no slackening of speed The driver anew every dent in the road thou h ho cold not see them and reached the H ttom In safety with the steam gauge lowing off for n swift run up the next till This race on a twentysix mile natural shoot the chute continued until the halfway place was reached where a fresh team was secured Then the gait was faster One traveler was disappointed at what he saw along the way Years be ore he land seen Roger Mills county as n remnant of the old frontier multi had hoped secretly that it would never Lange There was plenty of room else where for grand pianos and lid gloves and womens clubs and daily newspa inrs and patent leather shoes Where puce was the waste of the wilderness were houses mid children and women ind cultivated fields Wire fences hud omiuertd the old time freedom ofI ravell find stood ready to lacerate and Iraw blood from the rebellious opponent of too ranch civilization livery clltcItIretJrood as could be found In central Ok uhoma There was no escaping proof hat a change bud coiue upon the laud The stage driver said Shes gettln hat way fill over the Panhandle cud the reaches clean up to the Kansas line The punk in rollers ore dolu the tame thing In Beaver county where ve used to believe that only wind and luffulo gross cud wild Horses and cattle could grow Many of theso now fartnorM hid llante orchards and nearly till of them had windmills Side by sideI with lCalllr and sorghum were fields of In litin corn the old Missouri autl Kansas mind and the man from Iowa gasped In astonishment which he saw an up and Held that would yield twenty bushels to the acre and was told that there were forty bushel fields on the ower land The state driver was interested in icoliig that his passengers were surprised at tthe change and brought his ironchn djwn to a trot nail aban loned the lien of his two and n half hour schedule See them prain quorolterpoint Farther along another btincli with stifily distended wings Invite trouble but escaped In safety Th stage driver carried the United State mall and couldnt stop for hunting Enormous conies of quail were everywhere Farmers In tile uclghborboot of Cheyenne had little time to bun this year with so munch cotton in tuel fields and the quail grew bold and im prurIent Tie red glow of the sun wai still In the west the east was silvore with the full moon anti both Juplte anti Venus were blazing in the ski when the stage rolled down time hil Into Cheyenne Allis for Cheyenne It Is no longer what It was The cowpuncher soon wll be n rare bird unless some tnsldcrmlsi stuffs one for the local museum The cattle trail Is filled with sand and overgrown with weeds The American farmer persistent ns death has cause all the trouble The wheezing of a cot ton gin hind taken the place of the sound of merriment that carne from the dance house fandango in other days Imagine a cotton gin at Chey enne you who believed that It would be forever a cattle country And this cot ton gin is running night and tiny as are others scattered all over the count Passing a place where a goblet overilowlug with some kited of foaming liquid was painted on the window caused a distinct shock The proprietor was preparing to close Why so early friend7 he was asked Sunday business dont go here tiny more Ive got to dose or they will put the fixins on me This was some other town not Chey enne It seems that an organization known rather extensively as time Wo mOlls Christian Temperance union Invl found its way to Cheyenne and was in control not only of the local govern ment but of public sentiment The rear room of this parlor of re freshment once was a lively place Here It was that gentlemen with mon ey to bet and spurs clinking on their heels sat at green covered tables played their curds pocketed their win nings paid their losses and ordered drinks The triunes ran nil night The tables now are littered with old newspapers and ragged edged magazines and not a card Is In sight The play Is over at Cheyenne Local characters who threw color into tho background of Cheyennes picture are missing As Cheyenne has changed so all the west country of Oklahoma Is changing The farmer Is wrinkling the earth with furrows A lAuht Thnt Will Xevcr Go Out A thirtysix candlepower light which will newer go out has been discovered bjy an inventor in London says the Sew York World While experiment ng with photographic chemicals some rears ago Magradys attention was at meted by a glow In a small globe aimed by a chemical compound Ma rady enlarged the glow and perfected the light by placing it in an airtight gluss lie ways there is no reason why till light will not rennin brilliant for vcr if the glass Is not broken A croon any has been formed to manufacture the light Domestic Troubles- It is exceptional to find n family hero there are no domestic ruptures BonHOtmlly but these can be lessened bIy having Dr Kings New Life Pal s round Much trouble they save by heir great work iu the Stomacn and jiver troubles They not only relieve yon but our 25e at Short Haynes Drug Stor- eHAS TWO CHURCHES- Rev J F Morton will preach his first sermon on Sunday January 10 to the congregation of the Baptist hurrah at Tobmsport Ind by whom he has been called for one Sunday in ach month He now has two church es having been pastor of the Baptist hurch at Grand view Indfor several reeks llrv Winchell of Tob nsport was formerly pastor of the hurch there J n The Genuine 1847 ROGERS EROS Spoons Forks Knives etc Ihave all the qualities in design workmanship f and finish of the best ster ling silver at onefourth to oneeighth the costMuch of the sterling now on the market is entirely too thin and light for practical use and is far in ferior in every way to Silver Plate that Wears Ask your dealer for 1847 ROGERS W BROS Avoid substitutes Our full T trademark Is 1847 ROGERS BROS I look for it Sold by leading dealers everywhere Before buying write for II It I our catalogue CLD- TElnalTIONLL EILTEB CO BaoMutrU- HERIDEN BRITANNIA CO MerWcn COM L yL av i i t- A t famous physician in speaking beauty and figure many not take outdoor sports many active exertion work they the so women have duties which I few simple with light only ten the it it they whole being is troubled faint she should take to rect these faults could be better than a which R V Pierce in his large for many in the diseases Favorite of Dr Pierce has an immense for the past years because of its uniform success in cure of womens diseases because of the many women who have attested its merit Being made of extracts of roots and herbs without alcohol it is harmless to the most delicate system and best in the market tyro insure perfect health every tissue bone nerve or muscle should take the blood certain for its growth Every organ must its period of of rest so as to circulate the vital in a proper manner nourish every is why believe every take gentle exercise out doors or indoors If functions are not or the pains are severe then she should once a reliable Mrs A BEL YEA of Rockland New Brunswick said suffered more than year from nervousness and functional Had pains in the left side abdomen all the time Some days could hardly get around Kept my bed about half theIII time I to Dr R V Buffalo N Y and got his advice for I have been thankful began taking away as he advised It makes me sleep i at night I never did before and I feel rested Can truthfully say Dr Pierces I cured me Mrs O 0 SCRIPTURE of Arizona said ttVords cannot express grateful I am for what Dr Pierces Favorite has for me For nearly ten years I great sufferer with ulceration and sickness peculiar to women I for j got no better I began taking time I I can stand on feet and work hard all day I feel that life is worth living and shall always recommend Dr Pierces medicines ADVICE TO You should have a good book that tells you about the womanly system 1 treats fully of Physiology and Anatomy wifehood and motherhood Read Dr Picrcoa Sense Medical Advisor It contains over 1000 pages A copy paper covered be obtained absolutely FREE by sending 21 onecent stamps to cover coat of ONLY II French cloth binding Is desired send ten stamps extra 8f cents In all to the Worlds Dispensary Association BOS Main Buffalo HY MYSTIC Eugene Leonard of Vine Grove IF visiting his cousins the Misses sons Jliss Maggie Cashmanof this place is visitirg at Raymond Miss Laura Hioksof visiting Miss Lena Adkisson Misses Carrie and Jette Harrison are risttiug friends at their old home in vicinity of Uarnettsville thi wink C L Pate who has been tc his bed for nearly two years is grad improving Mr Pile visited our school one day last week and gave us an excellent talk on Innocent Pleasures and many other good things about our school work Roll Miller has from Ind- Iana Burins Argabright and Jeff Condor ofLoalDurg will leave tor California next week Popular prove school district NoD in taking their review examination at the end of their fifth month passed 01I the county teacher questions for August Examination and nadethe following grades Misses Delia Harrison gen oral average of 80 Gertrude 85 Carrie Harrison 81 Chamberlains Cough the Bestt Made In my opinion ChamoerlamI Cough is the best made for colds says Mrs Cora Walker of Port erville California There is no about its being the best No other wil cure o quickly No IB so sure ia preventive of pneumonia No other iIs sO pleasnat and safe to take Ther- are good reasons why it should beI preterred to any other The fact ifs tLat few people are satisfied with an other after having once nsed this re For sale by Short Haynes SEVERE BLIZZARD One of the most severe blizzards iIn recent years swept over the country last week and caused much and much trouble for street car com antes railroads and telegraph compa- nIes particularly in the North andI Northwest The suffering was aspect ally severe because of the abnormally warm weather before the which was preceded by heavy rains and sleet CASTORIAI or Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always 1I 1 Bears tho v + y tM I To Pence Your ftgtl t of health a goodp said tt In my experience American women have thet strength to up lack the inclination I f for physical household cares or office feel languid tired andwornout by weaknesses common to their sex Some household keep them shut up at home For all such persons should advise a daily exercises dumb bells devoting minutes of day to at first and gradually increasing until find that their I stimulated and strengthened by it If the young girlor the matronis at certain periods with irregularity weakening drains and kacheIrhaps i and dizzy spellsthen something medicinally cor Nothing prescription Dr used practice years of women This Prescription had sale thirtysix the and thousand to entirely perfectly the readytohandremedy tendon from materials nourishment and have activity and fluid to part This I in advising woman to of the regular at use remedy III a derangement of wrote Pierce of which ever I Favorite Prescription right which WellIj Prescription has Prescott how Prescription done was a doctored several years until Prescription Now my MARRIED WOMEN medical Common may mailing Medical Street Barn Hardinsburgh confined ually reurned Keys Remedy remedy doub other medy pnfferin blizzard Bought SipawoOf i ICO many other points liberal over and return limits Only Lino running through Personally Conducted Ex cursion Sleepers Loulsvlllo MEXICO ARIZONA and TEXAS Folders and Matter California Now too and through railroad address F W D P A Ky MtIIMl t N n A draggles is an unique scrapbook says the Ranch and Range which contains the written orders of some customers of foreign birth and they come under the of Send by the Enclosed tirl1O Here are some of them III a onto pain in my cuilds Please give my son eome thintr to relieve it Dear Doctor Sit bearer five sense of Auntie Toxyn for garle babys throat and oblenge liMy little baby has eat up it father parish an anecdote quick as possible by the enclosed girl All New and Leading Varieties of StrawberryPlants ALSO 9 Peach and Per Trees I SENT FOR FREE CATALOGUE JI 6e Harrison Sons Berlin rId 8 ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD IExcursion ORICALIFORNIA and with stop NEWe Special Low Round trip Rates In effect to the Southwest on First and Third Tuesdays In each month rFor Descriptive of OrleansClrculnrs descriptive of Lands In South tickets apply to nearest agent I HARLOW 8 iNNitDOAlNlsMNN Louisville orII UNIQUE SCRAPBOOK preparing head have diagram pies worse plasterSend Apple I This little baby is my little girl I send you five cent to buy two sities i powders for n groan adult who IB sine IIYou will pleaso give the lettle bol five cents worth of epecao for to throw up in a five months old babe P S The babe has a sore stnmmioK III haf a hot time in my insides and which I wood lIketo be extinguished What is good for to extinguish it The enclosed money la tae price of the ex tinguisher Hurry pleas OJ CtgTORI A Bye timeilia Kind You Hare Always Bong Signature 111or r JIoJd iiAM c I 7 M Lhi I t i 5 fY rt T 4 r- I A tln tlbF tlil ilo ile 1 r 1rI- r t i IFrt t I i g t tV TTIE j a f Ptt i r I- tr i v A t- 1 1 1- x r l The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY January 4 1003 AS TO THE SIZE Amount Of 1903 And 1904 Tobacco Crops In One District Shows Many Big Decreases While the prireconteat between the tobacco growers and the buyers Is attracting much attention in the to bacco belt of the ronntry it is also of interest to ncte the decrease in the size of the 1004 tobacco crop Nearly every grower decreased his acrenpe in 1U01 Information secured by the News as to the size of the crops in one school district that of Dukes is given f below and may be taken as a standard oy which to yudge the decrease In the crops in other districts taken ccl lectively or individually All the crops are darn tobacco with two exceptions amt of anitof Name of farmer 1004 crop 1003 crop JH ADBusham llOUO 20000 Willis Bowling 8000 4000 Clint Biven 4000 8000 J M Harris HBsham 4000 M Campbell Tindle lOOu 1500 R app 1800 0000 HJohnson 1500 TWDown a 000 2100 Wm Campbell 200 2 PO- OSW Powers 1400 lfiUO John Aldridge 2000 2100 James LLay 2000 ilOOO CBJohnson 5000 7000 JTJohtison 2000 BF Powers 4500 filGO Chas Campbell It 000 2000 Lee Campbell 1500 2200 John Duko 1500 2000 RRMcGavock 4400- JJSmiley 7000 0000 Th MoGavock 1500 8500 John Ashby 55000 Loney Ray 0001 Tom Pate 2000 8 500 John Cony 2100 2500 RR Powers 2000 yOOO CRobcrtson 4500 5000 Oscar McGavocK 8000 17000 Speedy Relief A salve that htals without a scar is DeWitts With Hazel Salve Nu re medy effects such speedy relief It draws out inflammation soothescools and heals all sluts burns and Bruises A sure cure for piled and skin diseases DaWitts is the only genuine Witch Hazel Salve Beware of counterfeits they are dangerous Sold by All druggists THOUGHT FOR WEEK Some are born greatsome havegreat ness thitiPt upon them others adver tise The merchant who sits down and waits for business to come to him will find himself among the left over baggage when the Empire State ex press of business success needs three Things knowledge push and advertis lug Advertising isnt an art Itt just appl ed common sense Advertising is natnra Ily a creitive force Since it has b en applied to modern commerce the re have been created dozens uf com modlties and branches of trade that did not exist before its advent The 000000000 spent annually in this conntry for publicity nas set many hundreds of millions of dollars running into whol new hannfls Business IH a warfare in a sense a hard constant tight to the finish Advertising IB the businessI mans DONT BE HYPNOTISED Hoodwinked hoodoood or overpersuaded Into accepting a substitute for Doctor Piercos Favorite Prescription with Its record of nearly 40 years embracing hundreds of thousands of cures of womans peculiar allmiiits Its tho only remedy for womans Ills sold by drug gists that Is not full of boozopoor whisky or bad alcohol A guarantee of 1000 Is offered that Favorite Prescription contains no alco hol opium or other harmful drug Keeps In any climate powrrfulInvlgoratlnI to the wholo system and to the womb and Its appendages In partlculur For overworked wornout rundown do bllltatod teachers milliners dressmakers seamstresses shopgirls house keepers nursing mothers and ftolilo women generally Dr Piercos Favorite ooonibeingI and restorative tonic Its an Insult to your Intelligence for a dealer to attempt to palm oil upon you an alcoholic substitute for this world famed medicine You know what you want Its his business to meet that want When ho urges some sulatltute hes thInking of tho larger profit holl makenot of your welfare ofpaUyUUUMedical Adviser a book that sold to tim ex te Cof 500000 copies a taw years ago at 4150 ftor copy Last year wo cave away 130000 worth of these Invaluable books This year wo entail give away 50000 worth of thorn Will you share In thl benefit If so send only 21 onecent to cover cos1 of mailing only for book Ili stiff paper covers or 31 tamp for clothbound Address l r B V Pierce Uuffalo N V If out of health write to old Dr Pierce Ho will send you good fatherly profes sional advice without charge SVyeeeeThese sugarcoated little are tho smallest tho Kc vrslost to take and the easiest griping tem dint or occupation They are thtrOrlKl nal Little Liver Pills first put up by old Urn V Pierce over 40 years ago They have been much Imitated but never equaled androllabll1 most modern most effective weapon Once in a while we hear some pith fellow Laying I never advertised and am still doing business at the ol- dstandHe mans that he is doinj ousinees at the old stand stil1 11 L Corey in Retailer and Advertiser TO CURE A COLD IIN ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE IlKOMO QUININE Tab Ilots Alls rujrslss refund the money If II- ttdistoure E W Groves slgunturn Is on box SOc VISIBLE CROPS The wneat visible Dec 10 way 5J7 108 OOOan increase of 80SOUO of corn it was 48558000 an increase of 1381 000 of oats it was 24 201000 ado crease of 200000 ot rye it was ltlj 000 a decreato of 25000 of barley It was 5741000 n decrease of 784 000 Whenever an increase of the visible is shown too much of that article is being put upon the market mora than consumption nqnires and lower prices are invited UpToData Funning No Alore Stomach Troubles All stomach trouble is removed ny the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It gives the ttouiach perfect rttt by dlgenting what you eat without the stomachs aid Tne food builds up the body tho rest rtstores the stomach to health You dont have to diet yourself when taking Kodol Dyspepsia Cure J D Erskine of Allen vi lie Mich HsyP I suffered Heartburn and Stgumeh trouble for some time My sisterin law nas had the same trouble unit was not able to eat for six weeks She lived entirely 01 warm water After taKIng two bottles of Kodol Drspepsi t Cure she was entirely cured She now eats heartilly and is in good health I am glad t3 say Knlol gave me inst ant relief Sold by All druggists HOW PROTECTION IS AIDING FARMERS SuUtlo PostliltullIsenctMs The market reports record the par chase for Chicago account of 82000 bushels of Manitoba wheat and an ad ditional amount of 50000 bushels for a miller in Watertown NY Further heavy importations ot Manitoba wheat for account of Eistern millers are ex pected All of this Manitoba wheat is to pay the duty of 25 cents a bush elI charged on entry into this country FreaTradern nave in the past scoffed at the duty of wheat asserting tnat It afforded no Protection to the farm ers that the price of wheat was fixed by the foreign markets and that Protection could by no possibility benefit the wheat growers of the United States The market this year has shown that once more the Free Traders have been insisting en the correctness of theories which facts have disproved The American wheat farmer situat ed at the same distance from Chicago as is the Manitoba wheat farmer has been enabled to receive this year 25 cents a bushel more for his wheat than nas the farmer on the Canadian side of the line The American market price for wheat ever since harvest has been relatively higher than the price elsewhere in the world Had it not been for the Protective Tariff duty on wheat foreign wheat would have been rushed into this country par ticularly from Canada and the price In this country would have gone down to the foreign level very promptly CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signatureof In- UseI PMi For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA THI CENTAUR COMPANY NEW VOHK CITY m H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDINSBUROi KY i i Will practice tits profession In all of thE Courts of JlrockonrlUKO and adjoining coun ties Special attention given to colleetln road cusos und criminal pructlco License u practice In United Suites District Courts Olllceovur Hunk A liirdlnshurg BIG GAME PRESERVE IiiiilNliiiia Society AVoulil nay iNlanili For nnjoyineiit of Vtlil Illrdn The Ioulslhnn society Is nrnuiKiiiK a great plan for till prvservntlon said propagation of game und other birds of the state of Iotiisluna and of those ol other piirtM of tilt Luited StntiM whirl como to till south far till wlntir says n Now Orlonns siipinl dlHpatch to tlt St Louis lost Ulipatrh In lit plan tho main Idou hi to n qnlro by purchase or othonviso iibri sixty nnirali islands oft the St IJoi mini oonBt In tlojulf of Moxoo 111 I iilauds will mil11 the yroitost gain era cite In the world and ILL sjtrlo tlInks that no better way eau bo dc viMoil to pui otunto the uuUiory of tin great natal list John Jatuoi Aiililou- AulubJii rail a native of Louisiana mill his two books on the birds mul nnlmiils of Amurlon brought him runic its tIe greatest nit tnraiist that over lived und nmde him one of the must dlstlupilshod of Loulslanns sons nil magi nroa of till bind wnutod tot till sumo preserve by tae noolotj imouut to iioirly sixty square mills This will minks It use of till largest In tho rnltod States If not in till wjrld The Andoboii society has been actively ouiragoil since Its organization In pro I venting the dostiuction of intuit of till wild giimo plumage ami song birds which have become extinct almost ev erywhere In the world excepting In Louisiana The gulls terns and several othe native wild birds which have IIOLOIIIP extinct are now protected at nil times by law and those are being propagated on the Ilreton Island preserve SEA TRIP FOR LONDON VANS How n Ililliulolplilnii Solved Iroh lent of lovliiKT tu A HUT I on Moving from London to Philadelphia proved n simple problem to John M1 McKnddcn millionaire cotton Merchant and by one happy Idea he wits able to move his household furniture from the other side to his home In Philadelphia with as much ease as If he had moved simply to the next street says the Now York Press Mr Mcladden hind mode the Hritlsh metropolis his homo for twenty years Iteoontly le decided to return to the United States but he was confronted1 with tie problem of haying to move china bricabrac nnd other household goods valued at 300000 across till ocean The complexities of tie usual I methods wore such that he was afraid some of his valuable china would be broken on the way over nnd he looked around to find some simpler way of sending hits things over to Philadelphia The idea finally struck him anti he carried it out nt once lIe packed all tho more valuable and breakable arti cles into three big moving vans which were hauled to Liverpool Then they were drawn to tho docks and lifted bodily Into the hold of the steamship Ilaverford Until the vans drew up at- his home In Philadelphia nothing wltt in them was touched When the things were unpacked it was found that nt- a single article hind been broken When bilious try a dose of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablet and realize for once bow quickly irstolassnptodato medicine will correct tho disorder Fur sale by Short fc Havns AT G ENDEANEI Miss Ella Robertson A Popular Teacher Is Marriep To rIFuller Of Durantt I I T Miss limn Robertson was married at Olendeaue last Wednesday to Mr EjE Fuller of Durant I T The mony was performed at the home ofI the brides parents Mr and Mrs Chas Robertson at 2 oclock in the afternoon That afternoon Mr and Mrs Fuller look the train for Irving ton where they left for Durant to re sideMiss Robertson has ben one of the countys most popular and successful teachers and has a large circle of friends ana acquaintances She nas taught Iii a number of schools of the county Prom 1819 to 1002 she bad charge of time primary department of the Cloverport public school Her last position as teacher was at Glendeme where she ws first assistant to Prof Tuttle at Utopia College Mirs Robertson became acquainted with Mr Fuller while at Durant last summer on a visit to her aunt Mrs Willis Short Tonic to the System For liver troubles and constipation there is nothing better than DoWitts Little Early Risers the famous little pills They do not weaken the stomach Tie r action upon the system is mild pleasant and harmless Bob Moore I of IaFayette says No use talking De Witt s Little Early Risers do their work All other pills I have used gripe and make me sick in the stomach and never cured me DeWitt litlle Early Risers proved to be the long sought rtliet They Tare simply per fect Persons traveling find Litle Early Risers the most reliable remedy to carry with them Sold by All druggists THE TIME IS NOW- It hits been said that great opportun tIes come only once in a lifetime The farmers great opportunity is now No question can belts important to them as the making of pricey on their products Taut they can do it we have proven and the world though with grentjreluutance now ad mits it The farmer himself must stand to it and make it soltda recognized feature of commerce UoToDate Farming A Very Close Call I tuck to my engine all though every joint ached and every nerve was racked with pain writes C W Blamya loiomotlvefiremau of Burl ington Iowa I was wean and pale without any ippetite mind all run 110wn1 As I was about to give tipI got a but tie ot Electric Bitteraand salter taking it I felt as wen as I ever did in life WenK sickly run do vn people myII ways gain new lifestreugth and vigor from their use Try them Satisfaction guaranteed bv Short ifc Haynes Price 50 cents I DAVE SMITH AT HOME Hon Dave Smith till able Represen tative in Congress from this district returned to has home in fudge jviile last week to spend the ChrlsttiiHS hell days Ht is suffering with rheum ttislII and a very bad cold HB father Dr Jerome Smith who is quite ollls in n feeble condition and Congressman Smth clime home earlier to be with hint is much as possible Eliznnethtown News READ TillS Louisville Ky June IfllHOl Dr EV Hall St Louis MoDear Sir I have suffered three years trout Kidney and Madder tioubks and cue halt bottle of Texas Wonder Halls Discovery has cured me and I can cheerfully recommend Yours very ItII J N Ribarts 1819 Maple st A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle ot the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emissions 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 mall on receipt of f1 One small bottle is two months troitment and seldom falls to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer P O Box G20 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggists IN HONOR OF SISTER Miss Eva Young of Morganheld will give a four handed Progressive Euchre on Friday afternoon compli mentary to her sister Mrs barley Skillman of Cloverpott Unlontowu Telegram Do Not Neglect A slight cold in the head or chest It may lead into Pneninoia or Consumption Paracamph Hwill relieve such troubles instantly You simply apply freely and rub In wellIt is motners remedy TakeDown Repeating ShotgunsT- he notion that one must pay from fifty dollars upwards in order to get a good shotgun has been pretty effectively dispelled since the advent of the Winchester Repeating Shotgun These guns are sold within reach of almost everybodys purse They arc safe strong reliable and handy When it comes to shooting qualities no gun made beats them They are made in 12 and 16 gauge Step into a gun store and examine one FREE Send name and addrtts on a potlat card for oar large illaitrated catalogue WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO NEW HAVEN CONN unh THE NEW YEAR AtrhlMin tIuiil IIilobe We wih yon a happy New Year Stlllif lilt new your brings you pro pprtiv and happiness you imit hustle for it y Mirsolf WA wlllh every living creature a happy New Year but ize that there will be the usual rjnlII Willibeter than usual love will continue its deadly work kin will continue to heII annoying rcgs will howl at night when you want to sleep bills will be come due you will continue to eat too fast andI srffer with stomach trouble your friends will tell you in contidenco what the nighbors say about you you I welt suit members of your funnily nay netter in 1005 than you did in 1104 oli wen will continue to totter around advertising what youure earning to taxes will be high anal there will be I iiuartnls over roadpnvmg and sewers the Captains of poll tics will continue to bother you if you have any time left utter disposing of the nook agents and there is always the prospect of dowth HUll the devil Time Pric less Gift of life they talk Rbout ve sometimes think there is not muh iin it Still we wish you a happy New Year u BURN THEIR COTTON AtUntu Oa Dec 2Becanee of the tremendous slump in cotton the iiiHruhiints and farmers of Georgia are taking heroic measured lo sustain nr to advance prices The plan involves ti destruction of at least 2000100 bales ard the destruction n gnu in Georgia today when from 300 to ttO worth of baled cotton was burned nn the public squares of many towns in the st lIe At all those turnings much rsIwould march around the pile of bales and then the torch would be applied ann the fiery flumes woud bo watched until the product of tnuih 1 tbor was reduced to ashes A total of 100000 worth of cotton was burned in the state ILLS STOOD HIE TEST 25 YEARS The old rlulnul JIKVES Tnsleless Chill Tonic You now what you me uklnc ItsIron and quinine In a torte rs form Noruru no my SOo A S OF E OFFICERS- Th following national olllcera of the American society of Equity have been electei to serve the following year J A EVeritt Pesident W V Tubbs Se retsry Andrew Smith Treasurer H B Sherman National Organizer Murk P Tnnur Gemrat Counsel D T Hfiinill his I Irtii elat ed1 viie president for KenttKky uh The Breckenridge News GREAT CLUBBING AND PREMIUM OFFER WITH The Inland FarmerTHE INLAND FARMER iis a high clam Weekly Agricultural Journal It iis beautifully illustrated QIlntereatuARlIKAttractive Iluiusejinld sedi n IT tI w nun the girls1 and the Itinys Its c mniiitors are practical I people i unlryltomtySampleThe uhcriiti n prig a of tlle INI NP I RMKR j s 1Ir y Ir t tr idcrj I this paper wg nuke the follov x unprecedented ilUr m TH HICKORY CLIPPER YPREMIUM 4 4KNlfrInch S Strong Stag Handle fland Forged Brass Lined Razor Steel Blades A BIG STRONG HONESTLY MADE KNIFE No butter steel or rimliiitr can is prinlucedl Every part iis made 01- beilt material by mutt Kkilleil cutlers The blades are hand forced from Wariilow steel tempered neither to i hard or too soft just right in fact for the exacting work of the Farmer and Stockman READ THIS LIBERAL PREMIUM OFFER r alsoorI l 1 salso one years subscription to the BRECKENRIDQE NEVSUROCKUNRIDOG NGWS Clovcrport Ky I accept this offer and enclose S for one years subscription to the two papers and tho Hickory Clipper Premium Knife Name P 0 Address County Date 190RF O NoStateRe- mit by Post Office or Express Money Order or by Registered Mail Cut out this entire Coupon and send with your 176 Farmers Favorite 3 For STOCKMEN and FARMERS nthThreeDlades and nil good ones Hand forged Wardlow steel tempered and Blades ir ground to suit the most exactingClip twti A user No letter steel produced Stag handle four inches long SilverTOi h lug fancy but thoro S al1pswgi shape of the handle affords nn excellent grip It is by long odds the most popular and satisfactory knife we have ever I seen i READ THIS LIBERAL PREMIUM OFFER usefuFOP1 1 for knife one year and also one year s iscrlptlou to the BREOKENRIDQE NEWSf BRECKENRIDGE NEWS Cloverport Ky I I accept this offer and enclose for one yiara subscription to the two papers and the farmers favorite Knife V Name P 0 Address County Oate190R F D No State Remit by Post Office or Express Money Order or by Registered Mail Gut out thle ontlre Coupon and und with your SIVO Subscriptions may be new or renewals Order at once before this offer Is withdrawn SEND ORDERS DIRECT toBRECKENRIDGE NEWS Cloverport Ky I S v s j i I t 1 + d Nyat t 1 r c i i r f It It J 4f f lrI lrf lrt J t J 1r t 1t r The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY Jauuarv 4 100s HARDINSBURG Frank Ilaswcll went to Louis villo Monday Prof G R Ilnloy hRs returns from Paducah l1iss Alice Baker returned tto Webster Monday Miss Margaret Baker is visitin relatives in Louisville Joseph Teail went to Irvingtoi Tuesday on a business trip S A Pate went to West Poin Monday on a business trip Dr JohnJ E Kincbeloe was in Louisville the first of the week Judge Matthias Miller visitcc relatives at Owenshoro last week Miss Mattye Heid has returned from a visiti to her parents atRoutte Miss Mary Richardson of Uniot Star is visiting her sister Mrs P M Beard Miss Lucy May who spent tin holidays here has returned to col loge at Wihnore- Mr and Mrs Irvin B Pays WOre the guests of Mrs Bertha McGary Sunday The Masonic building is completed with the exception of the plus teeing and painting Godfrey Ball came down Friday from Louisville to visit his mother Mrs Judith 11 Ball The Rev G S King preached two excellent sermons at the M K church South Sunday Mr and MIV Herbert M Beard entertained several of the younger set at their home Friday Miss Blanche Payne of Marned drew the clock ollcrcd as a prize by T C Lewis tC Son jewelers Winficld Tucker of West View returned home Thursday from a prospective trip through 1Illinois Mrs L B McCnbbins of Tell City lad is visiting her parents Mr and any Marcus L Kincheloe Miss Frances C Smith who has been the guest of Mrs Joel II Pill returned to Klixnbcthtoivn Friday Tho lion and Mrs 1D C Moor man of Glendeanc spent Sunday hero the guests of Gen and Mrs D IH Murray Mr and Mrs A S Edelen who have been visiting Jlrlturd Mrs Marone Beard have returned to their homo at Bur in Edward Dillon ivturned home Sunday front a visit to friends at Gulf Port Miss IHe was well pleased with the country Charles B Miller of Hopkins villn WItS here last week enjoying the holidays and booming Dick Owen for State Senator Mr and Mrs Coleman E 1Has wi11 gait u reception Friday evening in honor of MISS Bettiu Has well of Arcola III Miss Xita Beard who has been visiting her grandparents Mr and Mrs Gl W Beard returned to her home in Louisville yesterday Mr and Mrs Slaten of Bowling Green who have been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs John B Stith returned home Monday Miss JudithJ Ellen DeJarnctte after spending the holidays here AyersiI Losing your hair Coming out by the combftil And doing nothing No sense in that Why dont you use Ayers Hair Vigor and HairVrgor promptly stop the falling Your hair will begin to grow too and all dandruff will dis appear Could you reason ably expect anything better to ATynrs Hair Vl nr Is n greet succors with me 1y liair was fililutf nut very liailljr hilt the IlHir Vitfor ItnlJt11 it nut now my Imlr Ii all rigitlw C IuotiaiN llmUay Cat gl 00 a bottle d r AYKit fo All IAIIII tlrlllliIfor ITTI- MI Thin Hairher CUTICURA Soap Ointment and Pills the Worlds Greatest Skin Cures PRICE THE SET 1 EveryHumour to Scrofula The agonizing Itching and burning of the skin as In eczema the frightful scaling as in psoriasis the loss of hair and crusting of the scalp as In scalled head the facial disfigurement as In pimples and ringworm the awful suffering of infants and the anxiety of wornout parents as in milk crust tet ter and salt rheum all demand a rem edy of almost superhuman virtues to successfully cope with them That Cutlcura Soap Ointment and Pills are such stands proven beyond all doubt No statement is made regarding them that is not Justified by the strongest evidence The purity and sweetness the power to afford Immediate relief the certainty of speedy and permanent cure the absolute safety and great economy have made them the stand ard skin cures and humour remedies of the civilized world The grandest testimonial that can be offered tho Cutlcura remedies Is their worldwide sale due to the personal recommendations of those who have used them From a small beginning in the simplest form against prejudice and opposition against monied hosts countless rivals and trade indifference Cntlcura remedies have become the greatest curatives of their time and In fact of all time for nowhere in the history of medicine is to be found another approaching them in popularity and sale In every clime and with every people they have met with the same reception The confines of the earth are the only limits to their growth They have conquered the world Sold throa hoot the world Cnticon Rttolrtnt Me In form of Choeolue Cooed Pills 2Se per vial or 00 Ointment see Sotp 2Sc Depot i London 27 Charter house Sqi Ptrii 4 Km do It Ialxi Itoiton 137 Columbus Ave Totter Drug t Chem Corp Sole Proprietor WSend for A Hook about CnUcun has returned to Nashville to re sume her studies at Belmont Col lege tics Bettie Ilaswcll after a visit of several weeks to her grand parents Mr and Mrs John P has well returned to her homo in Arcola Ill Croup Cured Mr PN Pennebaicer Bardstown Ky says Our little daughter has Buffered a great deal ftotn Sore Throat and Croup I hid baan at a loss to know what to use until a friend suggested Paracamph After one application tile soreness of the throat and the croupy condition was entirely removed I have also used itl myself for Sore Throat and Neuralgic Headache and find it to be an instant relief I can recommend Paracamph fir use in the household and especially for conditions above referrer to I urn mite sure it is all you claim for it and highly recommend it as a family re med For Stile by All druggists Harclins SchoolHouse MiKe Hendrick was in Louisville IFriday on business c Mr Lewis of Nelson county visited JF W Stone last weeK Lew Ball and wife visited his sister Sirs Mary Miller Sunday Alfred and War Held Miller were in Onr community New Years Mack Bull and family were the jnesih of Norvin Miller Friday Mr Harnsin will speak at Hllr dins echoolhouse Thursday night in the interest of the A a of E Tne sale at Charles Smiths was veil attended and everything sold well Mr Smith will leave forKansas Cuesday Old loon IRVINGTON J M Boltn is in Boonefield Indto see his mOther MisaEilith Marshall returned from Louisville Sunday night Mr and Mrs Tom Smith of Pay jeaville IS with James Smitn Willie Wimp is UKing a rest from medical atndiea with he old tojks at home Little Miss Virginia Hudson of Uloverport spent Saturday with Mnff Nora Board Mrs A B Coleman has pone to Cecilia to visit a new grandson son of Orville Coleman Mr and Mrs Isaac Durnamof New Haven spent several days with Mr and Mrs Loo Bishofl Miss Iva Mmtd with Lemon son Jewlera of Louisville is home on a New Years vacation Misses Eva Pa ne Cell Bpradlln Nell Dowell and Vista Lyons were the I guests of Miss Blanch Neafus several days Mr and Mrs Piggottf entertained Tuesday evening in honor of their son Hubert who is spending the holidays at home Will Lewis of Owensboroand Edgar Lewis and wife of Smithfield spent several days with their mother at the home of Mrs Kate Bennett Hobt Woods and Robt Witt of Louisville passed through here Satur day enroute to Mr DioK Witts near Bewleyville ou a hunting expedition Miss Sallie Bell who has been tanking her home with her grandmother near Big Spring is with her rather Robt Boll to make Irvington her tuture place of residence Prof H K Taylor of Louisville will lecture at the Baptist church Sun day night January 8 Come ont every bOdyand hear this very splendid platform speaker Mrs Ivan Puseyjleft Tuesday to visit Mrs W W Williams at Henderson She will remain about a week then return to Irvington to mike a longer stay here Many relatives and friends in My oW Kentucky Home enjoyed the Florida fruits sent by Miss Willa Drury who is spending the winter in the Sunny South Mr and Mrs DU Heron entertained tho SociAl Club at their lovely coun try place Mt Pisgah Fridar evening Everyone in attendance had a most charming evening and the hay ride give by W J Piggott to Mt Piegah was duely enjoyed Col Bate Washington cam out in a statement saying the News correspondent cant discover the difference between a jest and facts It ia very evident Santy played a jesting game and he lost At any rate we will excuse Uncle Bate at these Christmas times for getting mixed in his telegrams We only wish the imaginary horse and buggy was a real fact as many would enjoy it as Col Bate is so generous and thoughtful of his many friend- sMATTINGLY Ueo Newman of Pisgah ba been sick for some time Mrs MW Moormanof Evansville Is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs C D Hambleton Mrs John L Hawkins and daught ers Miss Mayme and Ruby visited her parents here last Friday Misses Judith Brickey Nola Furrow and MitMe Pate were the guests of Miss Rilla Howard last week Mr and Mrs T N BricKey enter tained to dinner n number of their mends and relatives last Friday The little twin girls of Mr and Mr Alfred Hawkins who have been tick for some time are getting along nicely Miss Settle Pate of Clover Creek who has been vinitlng her brother Ernest Pate and family returned home last Saturday Mr and Mrs Clint Frank gave the young people of this place a delightful entertainment at their home last Thursday evening Mrs 0 W Sanders who has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Tnomas Brickey will return to her home at Evansville nut Sunday GAYETIES OFHOLIDAYS There were an unusual number of social gayeties among the younger set during the holidays Miss Maude Polk entertained Wednesday afternoon Miss GruCe Plank Thurs day afternoon And Miss Margaret Moor man Friday afternoon the girl members of the younger set being their guests Miss Polk entertained in honor of her cousin Miss V rna Ryanof Tobinspoit IndAHlbe iiiembers of the younger set and quite a number of thj older set were delightfully entertained Wednesday evening by Misses Edna and Anna Jarboe Thursday evening by MUs Louise Babbage Friday evening by Miss Jennie Mabel Harris and Saturday evening by Misses Jane and Ella Smith Miss Bubbnge entertained in honor of David Ditto of West Poirt Wallace Babbage and J D Babbage Jr PICTURE IN COURIER Sundays CourierJournal contained a large picture of the interior of RN Hudsons office and of himself assis tants1IV Moorman Jrof this oity and WQ ahrader of Loulsvilleall at their desks Over the picture was the head II A Popular Railroad Official and at the bottom of the picture R N Hudson chief engineer of the Louisville Henderson and at Louis railroad at his office in Cloverport MR PERKINS TO BUILD R LNewsotu has sold city lot No 6l on Railroad street to W V Per Kinswho intends to build a dwellling on the site EXCITEMENT OVER Irvinpton Ky Jan 8 Special Irvington is very quiet aln e the holiday gayeties are over and the Clarke excitement is passed News has been received here of the death of Mrs Mary Raitt formerly of this city at the home of her brother Mr Caseyat Vine Grove Death was due to paralysis Mrs Raitt went 10- Vina Grove after the ire of IgJl She was about eighty and lived here many years A GUARANTEED CURE FUR CIIILlS Itclilnp mind IHeedlug or Protruding Piles UruirKlsts refund motley If PAKO JINTMENT falls to euro any case no mutter if how longstanding Infl to II days First ppllcatlon Rives ease and rest SOc If your Iruirelst haint It send 50c In stumps and It will be forwarded postpaid by Iarls lIedI cine Co tt Louis Mo A VENERABLE PASTOR CURED BY PE= RU=NA Peruna is a Catarrhal Tonic Especially Adapted to the Declining Powers of Old Age In old ago the mucous membranes become thickened and partly lose their function This leads to partial loss of hearing smell rind taste as well as digestive dis turbances Pcruua corrects all this by its specific operation on all the mucous membranes of the body One botllo will convince anyone Onco used and Pcruna becomes a lifelong standby with old and young elf Il1a1cer Strong and Vigorous at the Age of Eightyeight Rev J K Parker Utlca 2r Y writes In June 1901 I lost my sense of hear ing entirely My hearing had been somewhat impaired for several years but not so much effected but that 1 could hold converse with my friends but iin June 1001 my sense of hearing left mo so that 1 could hear no sound whatever I was also troubled with rheumatic paint in my limbs I commenced taking Pe tuna and now my hearing is restored as good as it was prior to Juno 1901 My rheumatic pains are nil gone I cannot speak too highly of Porunu and now Your Druggist Peruna Almanac SELLS FOR 625 Hurditisburg Ky Jan 1r5 Special Charles L Beard Ims purchased the Breckenridge Normal College building and lot at the courthouse door at Com missioners sale The price paid was- cG25 I AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAOAA AAAAAAAAAAAAA- AAAAAAAAAAAAeeeeeoneeeooeeeoe ooooeo 4Ss Dont 4t rr- j i 0P- iv i i0 e aEz E CI6 0- j This i E io t 5 i But you will be the loser you dont I i 5 iiam going to try through the month of January C 33i to write each taxpayer the amount of taxes iE 5 he she or it may owe me It will save you tE 3j= 1 cost and BOTH of us trouble to pay promptly 3i After rI Saturday Jan 28 1905 E 3 you will be forced to pay Why not do it with- outa5l this extra cost and trouble I have been E i lenient with all but thetime hascome when you Vii3 MUST pay Hoping this notice will reach theii= =J I i = IIResptI 1 =jj Deputy Sheriff Breckenridge County 3 3pe i Se==Send checks receipts will be forwardediio oeoeooeieeAeSeenoeeeoooooeoeooooooeeoooeTTTTTTyTTTVYTTTTTTTTTrYTT TTTTTTTTTVTTTTTTYTVTYTTTT YTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYTTTV when 83 years old can say It has Invglor ated my wholo system 1 cannot but think clear Doctor that you must feel very thankful to the all loving Father that you havo been permitted to live I and by your skill be such a blessing as you have been to suffering humanity Rev J N Parker A Bishops Letter T II Lomax D D Bishop 2nd Dist AM E of Charlotte N C writes 11 I recommend your Peruna to all who want a strengthening tonic and a very effective remedy for all catarrhal corn plaintsP IL Lomax If you do not derive prompt and satla factory results from the use of Toruna write at once to Dr Hartman giving a full statement of your case and ho will bo pleased to give you his valuable ad vice gratis Address Dr Hartman President of TIle Hartman Sanitarium ColumbusI I Ohio Ask for Free for 1905 is if AFTER TRUST RIGHT The instructions to Mr A IK Garner of Springfield Teuu the special attor Hey appointed to investigate charges against the alleged tobacco trust from Attorney General Moody are to make a thoough investigation of the operations of the tobacco combinations in Tenn essee and KetituckyAfter Mr Garners report is submitted the investigation will be taken up in other portions of the United States This will mean in Virginia where the tiust his its origin Nw Jersey where the companies were incorporated and in New YOlk whtre the system this its headquarters Prof and Mrs JI P iving and child ren spent the holidays with relatives at Wabash I iid The Miraculous Curative AGENT DRlDEIMARS HEU1NG HERBS A guaranteed cure for Liver Kidney and Stomach Trouble Rheumatism and many other ailments too numerous to mention in this spacoor mon oy refunded For further information or if you write to obtain this remedy call at Breckenridge News Office Cloverport Ky Or frond 100 for full treat ment or 25c for i treat ment to PelIBrosLEWISPORT SOLE AGENTS FOR KENTUCKY And they will send it to you postpaid When ordering iron Poll Jlros please cut out this advertisement and inclose wltliorder or mention having seen It In ti BKECKENRIDGE NEWS iDii Take OR DBLMARS IIEALINQ nERDS and be cjred 1 r I 1r t 1- i i i t I7x