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I r THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS 4 ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT 111 I 1VOL XXIX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 18 1905 8 Pages NO27 11 jr t OFFICIALt 1 I III 7 = JChief Engineer R N Hudson in his handsome office in this city J = To The Democrats of Meade andt iI Breckenridge Counties ItI At a regular democratic meeting at which wore pl esent member I of the county committee und many others in tho city of llirvesville Hancock county Ky on Monday January 15 1905 it was resolved q as follows Whereas the present State Senatorial district composed of the lcountics Breckeiiride Meade und Hancock was formed in the year 11893 and whereas since said time tho democracy of this county hon estly and faithfully endorsed and supported Capt A 1 1 GlOSS who I was selected by and elected from Breckenridge county and afterwards honestly and faithfully endorsed and supported lIon YoDi Ashcraft who wits selected by Meade county and later endorsed and supported f lIon Gus Ur Richardson who was selected by and olected from Meade county 01Resolved1 That it is the sense of this meeting that the senator is due this county this time and that in all fairness and equity it is the duty of all Democrats in this district to assist us in nominating and electing our county candidate lIon n W Owen to the state senate k 11 11from this county this year lEa i E Eo MILLER Chairman n REV THOMAS DEAD Rev R Y Thomas died at Marion Ky lust weeK and was buried at Greenville Ho was pester of the Ill E church Southif this city about 1880 He was born December 16 1834 and was the oldest minister save one in the M E church South in I the State His widow to whom he bad been married over fifty years and four children including Mrs James wife of Congressman Ollie James survive him WILL BROWN DEADD- ewleyviile KyJan 17Special1- Vi11 Brown a soutn law of the Hon Gus Richardson died suddenly Wed nesday at Lome his nenr Gaston DEATH AT GARFIELD Garfield Ky Jan l7Special Miss Claudia Br ierdauhtcr of Mrs Lillie Bruner died Saturday after a years illness r E B Oglesby wns at Chamber Sat urdayIn the interest of the American Society of Equity Catarrh+ Is a constitutional disease riginating in impure blood- d requiring constitutional eatment acting through id purifying the blood for its radical and permanent ure Be sure to tak- eJioodsSarsaparilla t Nasal and other local forms of catarrh are quickly relieved by Catarrlets which allay inflammation and deodorize discharge Hoods Sarsaparilla all druggists 1 Catarrlets mail order only 50 cts For testimonials of remarkable cures II ti nd for our Book on Catarrh No4IC L Hood Co Lowell Mass i F 1 GIVES SATISFACTION Dr R F Keene of Owensboro has jnst closed n Huccessful weeks en gagement at Dr Lichtfoots office He has had many calls and has been very busy That the dental work he has dune has given entire satisfaction is evidenced bv the many expressions that have been heard commending his lentistrv Hq represents Taylor Keene and Taylor the wellknown Owenoboro dental firm and is at Dr Lightfoots office one weeK out of every month Dr Keene will be in the city from February 2U to 20 If you want dental work dono it would be bust for you to mane your engagement soon if you wish to be waited on WILL GO WESTIWin A lining o Holt in making preparations to have a public sale o bs property and move with his family to Seattle Wash He will be accompa nied by Caleb Hawkins nnd family wno has bold bis farm and whose on- E O Hawkins is now nt Seattle DROPS DEAD IN WOODS Frank Burg saof near Clifton Mills dropped dear in the wools near his home Monday afternoon while making crossties Death wns due to heart trouble of which he had been com plaining tor some tiinr He leaves a family GOES TO PORTLAND Allen C Murray formerly of this city has changed hif place of resi dence from Salt Lake City Utnh to Portland Ore Mr Murray is still in the telephone business but is now with another company He has been very successful In this business HANDSOME PICTURE Saturdays Louisville Times contained a large handsome picture of Mhn Arrie Robertson under the bend of Popular Teacher of Glendeane Ky f 1 m m KNOX OUT OF IT Withdraws From Senatorial Race Because of Lack of Time To See All The Voters TilE RED FOXS SPEECH HERE Dr J W Knox or Lewisport has withdrawn from the Senatorial race leaving the contest between Owen and Richardson To the voters of Hancock Mode and Breckpnridgo counties composing the Tenth Senatorial dis trier Dr Knox in withdrawing hisI nauii as a onndidtte makes the follow ing statement When the Democratic Senatoriall Committee met at Irvington some twoI months since I was present and urgedt upon that committee thit the convention or prim ry I did not careI which was to be hold bu called not earlier than May or June to select candidate for the office of State Senatu for this distriotstnting the Cant that I wanted to make the race for tho nomi nation and being practically n stran ger to the citizens of Ureckenridge andI Meaile counties while both of my opponents were well known in all o the counties of the district it placed me at a great disadvantage to have an early convention or prlnviry election However I announced mypelt thinking that I might bo able to see the people in the extremely short time accorded in the pall In this I was mistaken as my professional engage ti ments were such that I have not the time or opportunity of making the canvass I intended Consequently I have concluded t withdraw mv name for consideration aq a candidate to be voted for on the 28th of Jnunnryimdin retiring from the ritia I desire to thank my friends throughout this district wno have PO generously protfered me their support and to assure thsni of my neartte and everlasting appreciation otthel efforts in my behalf RtspectfullyJ Lewtet ort Ky Jnn 12 1005 Richardson Speaks Senator Richardson he of heifer fame the Rod Fox Old tine etc spoke at Oelzen Hall night to about thirty five voters i thq interest of his candidacy for re nomination rtj the Democrats fo State Senator As iifnnl Senator Rich nrdcon jumped onto the News for what it has said about him Among other things ho said that any Demoorat wh would announce himself as a candidate I for nu office through the NOWH is notlI n good Democrat At the begiumcg of his speech ho abused the News arcf I ended up by abusing it He told why ho ought to get Ithe noroinntlonrbe cause he had been rminlnja + ion while and intended to run some mere I r 7C et un AN IMPORTANT LOCAL MEETING NEWS FROM VARIOUS SECTIONSII SHOWING TOBACCO SITUATION For the purpose of making a moreII oinpnot organization nnd ti 4 snore rapid development of the Ameri I can Society of Equity the national union line ordered that every county I in the United States in which three 1 or more local unions nnvo been ogan i zedshall have anti maintain n county union Whtro county unions have already In en organized it haw been or dered that local unions meet and elect I delegate to meet with the count I officers on January 2S to consider important local and national1 quostt lions the it of which will be found t IIAm1nIII tuck for the purpose ot organizing I county conventions are tho following 1 Breckenndgo county at Bewleyilin Tau 18 Ihncok county at Hnwos villa Jan 28 Mende county at Uusjj tun Jan 25 Breckenridgo county hnRII orgnnizd a county union but will not meet on January 28 to consider the questions spoken of above but on Feb 4 ruary 4 Ithe date set for the conn tyI convention in this city at the recent sneering at HnrdinstAirg It is urged that every local union iu the county send delegates to this con venfon as the questions to te consid ered are of much importance All n embers of the society in Brecken ridge county and from adjoining coun ties are invited to be present and to takepart in the discussions but onlyI delegates fhall be entitled to vote on questions submitted Under the head of local business there will be investigations as to the progress of the unions in the county as to local conditions regarding crops on hand and market conditions and official recommendations covering both as to the attitude of local bust ness men toward the society and of publications within the county Cold storage facilities and warehoused fo holding the property of the producers until there is a demand for it will te- considered Provision will be made tom monthly or quarterly meetings of the county union and funds to defray the expenses of such meetings Committees will be appointed to wor with and through the local and agri cultural press to arrange for massI meetings and provide speakers for each occasion to prepare a program for discussion for each quartefly or monthly meeting of the county union and to assist the local organizers iin the organization of new local unions Matters not enumerated will be in aandconsidered if approved by twothirds vote of the delegatesI presentThe questions of national Impor tao4 to be considered are the follow ing Expression as n body on the necess thefI salaris of the President and U S Senators Action looking to the emctment of such laws us will effectually ston gambling in farm products commonly walled Dealings in Futures Apptoval of and encouragement in tithe efforts to pass wise laws in the interest of producers nnd consumers such as The Pure Food Law Currencyoand Good Roads Special recommendations that the U J Department of Agriculture theI m because Meade county deserved repre sentation n second time and because nottsameri light as the Hon One looks at them He also made it pretty clear in his opinionthat he would wipe up timings with the Republicans should he be given the renomination Not Interesting Though an election In mid winter iis seey SaturdaynJanuary 28 isnt interesting the vot talcrHO much nd the flrfbt Being waged tor bettor prices for tobacco Dick Owen is doing much campaigning in his isostumping over the district in his own fashion but the voters are not warm ing np tenet and little talk is heard abcnt the primary The withdrawl of Ur Knox will of course snake the race between Owen and Richardson much closer and this may get the vot I ers enthused State Agricultural Colleges and Farm ers Institute worknrs give some attention I to the important question of controlled marketing as an aid in maintaining prices that will insure to the farmers and his family a ttir re numeration for their tollSPledge 1205650 Pounds At a meeting of delegaes from 11 local unions out of 211 in Hancock coon tv lost Saturday at Chambers 1rI 2rii50 pounds of tobnco was pled ed to the American Society of 1IIU1tyeI to be held for the prices set by the Lynchburg convention Deputy President E B Oglesbv of this city at tended the wooing and returned with this excellent report of its results Mr Oglesby received the call for the county convention in Hancock county from the national1 secretary last week fiandBuyers Pay 8 Round Two news items which should be of much interest and encouragement to tobacco growers and which un doubtedly show that the buyers are weakening are the following An Owensboro buyer came up Into tne lower edge of Hancock county last week and paid 3 round for two crops of dark tobacco The whole rop of dark tobacco raised about Boonvjlle Ind line been sold through the American Society of 1 Equity at 3 round This news was received from a reliable authorityII Bound To Have It E L Davenport president of the American Tobacco Urowera Assooia tion a branch cf the A S of E has said I can safely say to the tobacco planters of my sister states that 85 Iper cent of the tobacco in Kentucky realizertthat our home and export trade calls for 782000010 pounds of tobacco an finally and we produced only1 500000 000 pounds thA trade is bound to have it and the buyers will pay our price gekt IIt for less Henderson Meeting Henderson Ky Jan 14Some four hundred or more representative farm ers held an enthusiastic meeting at thy courthouse today The tangible frnlti of the meeting were the appointment of precinct commItteemen who pledged themselves to make a rapid canvass of their respective precincts and secure froni toe owners of tobacco pledges to the organization thnt there will b a unity of action and n oneness in price to wit Eight cents around from the ground up or in other words that average- In Union County Tne meeting of the farmers in this city last Friday was not as large as it should nave ueen nor as it would have been had not outside affair s interferedThere only a partial report from those who were appointed to get sig natures to the agreement not to sell1t for less than seven cents from theI ground up The reports brought in however brought the total amount ofr tobacco pledged up to 700000 pounds Morgaufield Sun NO SUCH INTE NTIONS A special from Washington to the Lou isville Times Wednesday evening says For some weeks persons who knew of Representatlvo D H Smiths intention to quit Congress have believed that the step wnq preparatory to a announcement that he would become candidate for the Democratic nomina tion for Governor Mr Smith whe I asked about the reports said I have no such thought I nui not a candidate for any office nor do I expect to be If there is any sphere for which I nm tit ted it is the legislature An executive office does not appeal to me and I should make no effort to get one if onld I ntn to be n private citizen but intend todo whatever I cnn in nn humble way to advance the interests of my State tho people who have hon ored me so often and the Democratic party OASTOaXABears Kind You have Always BoughtI I of thlCJhB vu 1 MORE OF CLARK Poultry Buyer Fleeced Cincinnati Firm Out Of 2000 Through Breach Of Contract ECHOES OF LATE SENSATION The Cincinnati end of the Clara at Irvington still fresh in the minds of the people of Breoken ridge county has been heard from It is very evident from this relent in formation about Clark that he was n wan ot honest Intentions but a swindler who carefully laidlIDd ex his plans The Cincinnati Post of January 1J tells how Clark rondo his riot steal nt Irvinyton Inn few pnrngJnphs but the story is practically tho some as lips been told in the News The part of the story that is of most interest here lis liS follows All his correspondence WHS done on ne stationery with U M Clark Co letter heads Runners were sent out in every direction to bar up all tho poultry they could find Several ear lhails were shipped to Finke Schwier Cincinnati commission mer chants nnd the Friday before Christ mas Henry Walter Co 47 Wnlqut st got n car of mixed poultry from Clark The car had been sent with in structions to market it immediately The same day Clark appeared and wanted pay for the car load but berne his arrival Walter had been notified hy the Atlas National Bank that it had received n SOO draft drawn by ClnrK on Walter Co Clark seemed much chagrined by this and said his brother hud drawn the draft without authority Accepted Check He finally arranged for the draft to be sent back to the Irvington Bunk and the Atlas Bank telegraphed the news to Irvington Meantime Clark tried to get Walter te Co to pay him tho 500 in wash but the best tney would give him was a certified check for 50P If Clark was ns well known os he represented Walter told him he would have no trouble in getting it cached Finke Schwier have tiled suit before Squire Winkler in Cincinnati to attach 110 due to Clark above the 500 paid by check setting up the claim that in an effort to get them to vouch for his financial standing Clark sold them a car loud of poultry for delivery the Saturday before Chrhtmns said by him they charge to have been en route when he was in Cincinnati the day before Sold It Again They di1 not do the desired resoldethe car load he had promised them and when it did not appear Saturday the hnd to make good to their cus tomers at Christmas prices They claim n loss by breach of =contract of more than 2000 Clark has not been heard from since ho left their office Ken tacky authorities have been in Cincin nati trying to pick up his trail but FO far have failed He has never cashed the sfiOO cer tified check Walter it Co think this is because th wane Clark is ficti dons mini he cannot get pay one to identify him Bnt they cnnnot pay over the money to the Kentucky ore1- r itors because the checsie outstanding against them nnd so far ns their end of the translation goes he is the man really entitled to the money for It was he who delivered the goods to them TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE HROMO QUININE Tab lets All druggists rotund tlio money It It falls to ruro E W Grnvus sljjnutiro Is on box tic FRIDAYaLast Friday was also the thirteenth tlanfor rivermen On that tiny 1780000 bushels of coal left Pittsbnrg by boat for the South and ns much more fol lowed the next day After being sus ended for months navigation on the Ohio has been resumed at nil points IADDISON SELLS- L D Addison has sold his stock of merchandise nt Addison nod leased his reside tic amyl store house UjJ B Lew is ofBloomfield KyMr Addison will engage in the wholesale whiskey busi ness in Louisville ROBERTSGROSS ITohn B Roberta and Miss Martha Gross wore married nt Glendeino Thursday i yn lyl a llI-ii Translated From the French by I Mary Louise Hendee I maternal Solicitude gathering to IIts arms front the wayside where It w perishing some bruised and forgotten life sometimes the humble patience of louy research All that It touches bears Its sent nod the men It Inspires know that through It we live and have our being To servo It Is their please and reward They are satisfied to Its Instruments and they no loajxr look at the outward glory of their of flee well knowing that nothing Is gret nothing small but that our life and our deeds tire only of worth because of the spirit which breathes through the CHAPTER VI SIMPLE HE- lISWIII we buy u bird of till fancier the good man telI us briefly what Is necessary for our new pensioner nl the whole thing hygiene food and till restis comprehended a dozen worth Likewise to sum up the necessities of most men a few concise lines +ruu answer Their regime Is in genialI ofl supreme simplicity nUll so long as the follow It nil is well with them us wititofjI every obedient child of Mother Nature Let them depart from It complications arise health falls gayety vanishes Only simple and natural living cnn keep a body In full vigor Instead of remembering this basic principle we fall Into the strangest aberrations What material things does a mail need to live under the best conditions A healthful diet simple clothing n sanitary dwelling place air aud exe 1orcit I am not going to enter Into hy glenIe details compose menus or dI cuss model tenements and dress re form MyI aim Is to point out n dire lion niul tell what advantage wuul come to ench of us from ordering Ills life in a spirit of simplicity To know that this spirit does not rule in our society we need but watch the Ile stelof men of all classes Ask differs people of very unlike surroundings this question What do you need to live You will see how they respond NothI ing is more Instructive For some ab originals of the Parisian asphalt there U no life possible outside a region bounded by certain boulevards There one finds the relp I Ill hit air the illuminating light normal heat classic cool err and In moderation so many other things without which it would not be worth the while to promenade thi round lull On the various rungs of the bout r The Breckenridge News I WEDNESDAY January IN 190S TOBACCO REQUIRED An exchange furnishes n forecast of tic wants of foreign and home manu facturers to fill their orders for 1001 as folows Dark Tobacco Hilda Spain 4000 Italy 20000I France 1000I Etrglatid 10011 termnay 12000I Belgium 5000I Holland s0st Hahuiwof IFMron- fricn UtIO iOoO Mexico and South America 1000 Canada luou A vrlai 30000 ToUiII 01 OliO Burley Requisitions Hhds America 10000 llel gium GtrumHIIolluud 12001- 1rMiiceIUly Austria 0000- IingUm 3000 Total 1 coo All conservative statisticians place the prtsent crop Hi ri0 percent which mi tits Unit there i t lets tobacco in the dark strict hy jlWO hogsheads than i required by the governments to fil their orders for I1M No More Stomach TroublesarAll stotimuh trouble ig removed Dy t heill wo of Kndol Dyspepsiai Cure It gives the stomach perfect rest by digesting what you eat without the stomachs J Rid Tue food builds up the bodyC the rest restores the stomach to healthW Yon dont have to diet yourself when taking Kodol Dyspepsia Cure J D Ersklno of Allenvillo Mich saYRso I suffered Heartburn and Stomach trouble for some time My sister in Ith law tins had the same trouble mid wnsfi not able to oat for six weeks SheJ1 lived entirely on warm water After nell tauing two bottles of Kodol Dyspepsia Co Cure she WBH entirely cured She now x oats heartilly and IH in good health IA am glad ts say Kidol gave me JUsth ant relief Sold by All druggists HER WRIST BROKEN C Mrs Clarence Sterett wife of Editor Clarence Sterutl of the Hancock Clar ion suffered broken wrist last week Beoyat her home l geols ladder people reply to the ques I1Stlon What Is necessary to live by figures varying with the degree of their ambition or education and by education Ii ofteneit understood tho outward customs of life the style of house dress table an education pre 1clsel skin deep Upward from a cer errlain Income fee or salary life becomes possible below that it is Imponsibla We have seen men commit suicide b ttcause their means had fallen under a certain minimum They preferred disappear rather than retrench Ob niserer that this minimum the cause otI their despair would here been outB1 clont for others of less exacting needs nUll enviable to men whose tastes at modest cinngIwith the altitude Timers Is the region of ordinary flora that of the forests ulthat of pastures that of bore rocks and glaciers Above n certain zone wheat Is no longer found but the vine still toIdregions time plus flourishes at cons d1 erable heights Human life with Its needs reminds one of these phenomena vegetationAt altitude of fortune the financier thrives the clubman the HO clety woman all those In short for whom the strictly necessary includes a certain number of domestics antI equipages as well as several town antI country houses Further on flourishes the rich upper middle class with Its own standards and life In other re gions we find men of ample moderato small means and very unlike exiI gencies Then como the people art 1I lisans day laborers peasants In shortt the masses who live dense and serriedj theIIsummits of the mountains where the Inrger vegetation can no longer find1 nourishment In all these different re gions of society men live and no mat In widen particular regions they flourish all are alike human beings bearing the sumo mark How strange that among follows there should be such a prodigious difference In require ments And hero the analogies of our comparison fall us Plants and nun mals of the stone families have Iden tical wants In human life we onset quite the contrary What conclusion I shall we draw from this If not thtwith IK there Is n considerable nst Ity In tie nature and numler of need+ sisI It vell Is It fat nraIe to the U velopment of the individual anJ I 19 1841 hard have goods Sold i u WANT SMITHS SEAT I Democrats in the district who f would like Smiths in congress to dispatch from Wash as follows Dr Milton Board Hurdinsburi member of the State Central Committee of the Congressional District the and of the Asylum the Insane at kinsville by virtues of Gov IJekliams appointment Col David R Murray nl of Hiirdiiisbmg the formir Jtjj limit General of the Stets and candidnte forhe iioininnticu against Mr Smith the at time he ran James S WrUIRnJki dge J C Graham and Jesse T Gos of Leitchfield Jerry OMeiir and l Il rry So imierj of Ulizii belli town per Judge Prank J edge John ly Fullon of Birdslown Gov the County Allot D J Chord of Springfield II P Co par send C Spaulding of Lebanon ars Kind You Have Always Boudl this or the Simple Life By nnpplnesa ana to trIO development nncl happiness of society that soon should nova n inuitltudo of needs and bend his energies to their satisfaction Let return for n moment to our comparison with Inferior beings Provided that their essential wants are satisfied they live content Is this truo of men No In all classes of society we find dls conten- te I lento completely out of the quos lion those who lack the necessities ot- to life One cannot with justice count in the number of malcontents those from whom hunger cold and misery wring I am considering now that multitude of people who live under con- c dltlons at least supportable Whence comes heartburning Why Is it found not only among those of modest though sulllclent means but also under shades of ever Increasing refinement nil along time ascending scale even tto opulence and the summits of social place They Falk of the contented die classes Who talk of them Peo pie who judging from without thinkI that as soon as one begins to enjoy ease he ought to be satistlcd But tam middle clnsues themselvesdo time consider themselves satisfied Not tim least in the world If there are people at once rich and content be assured that they ore content because they know how to be so not because time arc rich An animal In satisfied when it has eaten it lies down and sleeps A soon visa can lie down and sleep for n time but It never lasts When he b comes accustomed to this he tires of It and demands n greater Mans appetite Is not appeased b1 food It Increases with eating Thl may seem absurd but It Is strictly true And the fact that those who make the most outcry nre almost always those who should find the best reasons for contentment proves unquestionably that happiness Is not allied to the nun bcr of our needs and the zeal we put Into their cultivation It Is for every ones Interest to let this truth sink deep Into his mind If it does not if he does not by decisive action succeed In limit lug his needs he risks a descent inset Bible and beyond retreat along the de clarity of desire IHe who lures to eat drink sleep dress take his wulleIn short pamper himself all that he conbe It the court ler basking In the sun the drunken laborer time commoner serving his hen Ily the WHI1I1 nbs tried In her toilets the UIfl r r iw eor LJLh er I o FORKSROGERS fiftyttof designs finish BROScharacter popularity but all the good old ROGERS quality has been maintained It would be Indeed qualitiesfirstmade 111847 ROGERS BROS the JsomethingVwhich TiavB a wellknown and well earned reputation and you run risk There are other Rogersr 1no 6bmpcdUby leading dealers everywhere 1JcataloguehMeriden Conn bars Fourth Dave stat according a of Chairmnn e Superintendent for Hop1I1 Dnugherty and Reck hover nry Mayesi OASXOElXA tiedtO Charles Wagner complaints their I I d J WHISKEY AT S122 PER One of time dispatches sent out last week b out PeoriaIll the great whiskey Is manufacturing center said Following a general order which was issued from the headquarters in New York Cityall the distilleries under management of the ocalled trust twill quote goods at a 122 basis price or lowest price in many years and a drop of 1 cent frcm quotations which have been given out during the post few weeks The cut in prices by the trust means mother stab at the independents It promises the bitterest is of a war between the organizations fumliarly known as the trust and the independents As the government tax in gailon is 110 it can be seen prices e getting about down to the cost ofatgoods NEW TRACTION LINE a Ciuinelton Ind Jan HThe India a nnpolis and Ohio Valley Traction Com panv has been grnnlcl1 a franchise in Pcirynnd Spencer counties for a trac tion line proposed from Indianapolis city Trains are to be running be of tween Roc port ard Grandview by I Jly 1 next cinoii- N i- 4- y simply the ordinary pleasure lover good fellow but too obedient to ma tonal needs that mnn or woman is o- as the downward way of desire and the descent Is fntnl Those who tallow It obey the sonic lows as n holy on an Inclined plane Dupes of an illusion forever repeated they think Just a few steps more the last toward tl thing down there that we covet then we will halt But the velocity they gain sweeps them on and the farther they go the less able they ore to resist It Hero Is the secret of the unrest the madness of sonny of our contempora a ries Having condensed their will to the service of their appetites they suf fer the penalty They are delivered up to violent passions which devour their flesh crush their bones suck Wei blood antI cannot be sated This is not n lofty moral denunciation I have been listening to what life says and have 1recorded as I heard them some of the truths that resound In every square Has druiouncss Inventive as It fIi of new drinks found the means o f nighyt malclngethirst Inextinguishable Frank liber linage fines It deaden the sting of the senses No It envenoms It convert naturalI desire Into a morbid obsession ramI makes It the dominant passion 1Let your needs rule you pamper them you will uw them multiply like Insects In the sirn The more you glee etthe more they demand He Is seas less who seeks for happiness In mate rial prosperity alone As well under DanaldessTo those who have millions millionsI are wanting to those who have thousands thousands Others luck a twen ty franc piece or a hundred sous Whent they have a chicken In the pot they ask for a goose when they have the goose they wish It were n turkey and so on We shall never learu how taut this tendency 1In There are too ninny humble people who wish to Imitate tegreat too many poor worklngmen win ape the well to do middle classes too many shopgirls who play at being In tIllS too many clerks who act the club man or sportsman anti among those III stay circumstances and the rich are too many people who forget that what 11111I1 never has enough Our needs In place CHANCE FOR THEM Mummy baseball players in Breckeiiridge county remember that everything that went up against the Cauneltou Ponies last summer front Breckenridge county was considerably worsted They also remember that Canneltons success was due in n large measure to one Geo B Collins who pitched for Cannelton und never lost a game The news now comes from Cannellon that IMr Collins has signed with Evansville to play the coiling s asoti at 100 a month This will give Breckenridge teams a better nrovidedofI I as Collins COMMENDS PRESIDENT Indianapolis Ind Jan IJWiltiam Bryant today accepted an invitation to address the general HS mbly which held a jrint session to listen to him Mr Bryan spoke for an hour front the desk of the lieutenant governor HeII was frequently applauded He commended paragraphs n the inaugural I mess ge of time governor warning a gainst corrupt lobbying He also com mended President Roosevelt for hisS stand in favor of railroad legislation to give the1 interstHl commerce caimnisdoti I more power He said polities in Ind iana WitS probably as corrupt as tlseg where and steps toward reform should be taken He spoke an hour and left cInterconII Zero VeathertI apt to treeze your oars nose hands and oes You dont notica it at the it tune but latter on it Iis painful andu oftentimes dangerous It draws outc the frost bonause Iit opens the p res of e skin induces perspiration and stimulates the circulation Pftracuuiph prevents erysipelas and dreaded blooa poisoning St A SUBLIME THOUGHT Skill in ones urt profession or trade conscience appliedI it is honesty veracity and fidel ly using the eye theff voice and time hand to reveal what lies the workers purpose and spirit To 1 become an artist in dealing with tools materials is not a matter of choice tiornuns heart must be in his skill and mans soul1 in his craftsmanship Hamilton Wright MaMe A GUARANTEED CURE FOR CHILLS hIllOINTMKNT fulls to curo any case no matterhow loni KtaiicUnc InO to 14 days First yourdrufKIt I I Co emwuuraio JlIJdlii 10 t c r e Io Copyright 1901 By McClure Phillips Co aor tne servants that nicy should behave become a turbulent and seditious crowd a legion of tyrants In miniature A man ensnared to his needs may best be compared to n hear with a ring nits nose that is led about and mode to dance at will The likeness la not flat tering but you will grant that It Is 1etole It Is lu the train of their own needs that so ninny of those men are dragged along who rant for liberty progress and I dont know what else They cannot take a step without tent ing themselves if It might not irritate their masters How many men and women have gone on and on even to dishonesty for the solo reason that they had too many needs and could not resign themselves to simple living There are many guests In the caner bers of Majus who could glee us much light on the subject of too exigent needsLet me tell you the story of an ex cellent man whom I knew He leu dcrly loved his wife and children and they nil lived together In France In comfort and plenty but with little of the luxury the wife coveted Always short of money though with a little management he might love been at ease he ended by exiling himself to a distant colony leaving his wife and children In the mother country I dont know how the poor man can feel off there but his family has a finer apartment more beautiful toilets mum presentsoon they will be used to this luxury rudimentary after all Then madam will timid her furniture common and her equlpnge mean If this man loves his wife and that cannot be doubted ho will migrate to the moon IIf there Is hope of n larger stipend In other cases the rotes are reversed and time wife and children are sacrificed to the ravenous needs of the head of the family whmn an Irregular life play and countless other costly follies have robbed of all dignity Between his ap petites and his role of father he has decided for the former and he slowly drifts toward the most abject egoism This forgetfulness of nil responsibil ity this gradual benumbing of noble feeling is not alone to be found among pleasure seekers of the upper classes the people also are Infected I know more than one little household which ought to be happy where the mother hUH only pain and heartache day and1 night the children Axe barefoot and gun mean field shot to who use DOES IT PAY lIe is farmer 60 years of rich His have always been to take in sight more lands larger crops more Ovurwork killed third wife years ago His slid away from home at the first married an old stick of union just to get from home His sons and sonsin law have en- aged their lawyers find are now on the fence like so many buzzards waiting the did to die HO they divide up wealth among them will be large funeral some of days Seventy carriages and that will be the last of the old wan Does pay to work day noel and save lot off worry and never i Des it pay SOLD Three of tobacco from which won grand prizes at the Louis were sold in Louis ville last as follows Burley I3Mc II N Martin Co Green River lie E O Tobacco Co Coviu ton One Sucker ifc Cotton The sale was nt the Central Wore house and was In charge of C DCamp bell who hvl chores of the exhibit at TO WAR revocable deciMo that prestige and prestige al home will reo quire the rout mution of war peace with dignity is possible Beyond this ont confusion exisl regard lug tile immediate of t i rr1 cw I there Is great ado for bread Why Because too much money Is needed by the father To speak only of the ex I pendlturo for alcohol knows the proportions that has reached In the lost twenty years The sums swallow ed up In this gulf are fabuloustwice- the Indemnity of the war of 1870 How many needs could have been satisfied with that which has been thrown away on these artificial ones The reign of wants Is by no means the reign of brotherhood The more things a man desires for himself the Jless he can do for his neighbor and even for those attached to him by ties of blood The destruction of Inde pendence moral fineness even of the sentiment of common Is 1 the result of the reign of needs multitude of other things might be added of which not the least Is the disturbance of public wel fare When society has too great needs It Is absorbed with the present sacrifices to It the conquests of the Immolates to it the future After us the deluge To raze the forests in patI house by burning your furniture to burden the future with debts the sake of present pleasure to live by exJpedients and sow for the morrow troubl-e sickness ruin envy and hate the of nil misdeeds of this fatal regime has no end On the other hand If we hold to aim pie needs we avoid all these evils and replace them by good That and sobriety are the best guardians of health Is an old sto ry They spare him who observes them many a misery that saddens existence They Insure him health love of action mental poise Whether It be a ques tion of food dress or dwelling simplic ity of taste Is also n source of Inde pendence and safety The more aim ply you live the more secure Is your future You are less at the mercy of surprises and reverses An Illness or a period of Idleness does not suffice to you a change of position even does not put you to confusion Having simple needs you find It less painful to accustom yourself to the hazards of fortune You remain a man though you loso your ofllce or Tour Income because the To be Continued WINCHJTEJ qIf FACTORY LOADED SMOKELESS POWDER SHOTGUN SHELLS j Good shells in your a good bag IIrr in the or a good score at the trap Winchester Leader andIe Smokeless Powder Shells arc good shells Always always giving an eventof and good penetration their great superiority is testified by sportsmen Winchester Factory Loaded Shells in preference to any other make ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM a age principles up everything uildings his opportunity his daughter a silting for wan his a night a spend PRIZE TOBACCO hogsheads Kentucky exposition WedntMlny Esehelby 13 Hail brokers held me Exposition CONTINUE governnrentthe a till especially development the I- fl everybody legitimate t happiness Interestssuch AIunfortunate the past for J enumeration the measureless temperance dispossess considerable i Repeater surefire spread interior Mtuatiou Tne emperor is still apparently vacciHalin as to whether he shall allow Witte full sway or permit Prince Svialopolk Mirsky to retire The lack of cohesion and alignment for this Jis opposed to the existing state of things and the mutual distrust iu each others program seems to make anything ap proaching an actual revolution ot the present time unworthy of serious con t sideratlou Cured Ills Mother of RJieumatlsm I My mother has been a sufferer for many years from rhenmatism says W H Howard of Husband vlninII At times she was PennsylII move at all while at nil times was painful I presented her with a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm andfafter u few applications she decided it was the most wonderful pain reliev er she had ever tried in tact she is never without it now and Is at all tunes able to walkAnd occasional ap plication of Pain Balm keeps away the pln that she was formerly troubled t with For pale by Short Haynes KILLED AT PHONE St Louis Jan 12 George Betz em t JXlight I yesterday at the telephone which had Ibeen charged with 2000 volts of eIec Iricily caused by cross wires GlorgeII Horan and John Fhilayson I aid him and were badly shocked lt isffr believed they will die 1 When bilious try a dose of Chain berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and realize for once bow quickly a r flrstolassnptodate medJoineWllcorJ fftreot the disorder For sale by Hhort t Havnea f l lyi vl i iiiij i The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY January 18 1905 4 r- l ffOUT OF ORDINARY Shells Exploding Along Potomac From tho HnRerstown Mull iI Some days ngo the woods in the mountains known ns Loudon Helgnts If ooposito Harpers Ferry took tire and burned with great intensity After L 1 1burning for some time a series of explosions f wero heard which startled the k inhabitantsand the concussion wns so J great that it broke windows in some t1i houses in Harpers Ferry across the Snenundoah The explosions were caused by the bursting of ahead which were thrown on the heights at the time when Gen Mills surrendered to Stonewall Jack i Lson in 1802 These had tailed to e- xIt when they were tired ana hAd t Jain hero for over forty years II Japans Christian Advance y From the St Jamess Gazette f The following in from an essay on the Japanese written in the recent r grammar school examination by a lower school boy Until recently the Japanese used to fight with bows and arrows but now they are equipped with the complete arms of a Chris tian Paying Taxes by Telephone From the St Louis PostDispatch In Hickory county Mo they pay taxes by telephone down there Farm er oalls up collector learns the a mount of his tax bill and deposits the money with the operator who hav ing listened to the conversation is qualified toisane a receipt Farmer f saved time and travel expenses coun ty gets its money in a hurry Angel Wing Snow From tho St Jamess Qarzctto A little girl when a lesson was be ing given on snow volunteered the information that tne snow was swept out of heaven But how does it get into heaven asked the master Please sir the ange Is scratch it off their wings Tonic to the System t For liver troubles and constipation there is nothing better than DeWitts Little Early Risers the famous little pilKThey do not weaken the stomach Their action upon the system is mild pleasant and harmless Bob Moore of LaFayette says No use talking De Witts Little Early Risers do their work All other pills I have used gripe and make me sick in the stomach I and never cured me DeWitts Little Early Risers proved to be the long sought relict They are simply per fect Persons traveling find Litle f Early Risers the most reliable remedy to carry with them Sold by All druggists r SOME GOOD ADVICE J f 4 tis evident that the farmeres are holding their own in their fight a + gainst the tobacco trust and from all t quarters come assurances of a tirn stand for better prices The farmers cer 1 thinly deeeive better prices than they have been getting in recent years for their tobacco and they have at last 1found a way out of the difficulty t They should hnwever be discret and nse good judgment in their notions I They should plant less tobacco take pains and raise a better quality This will aid them more in their stand for higher prices than anything they could do Their present stand is a righteous one and with patience and calm judgment they will win Hartford Herald r Because the liver is t tsuffericonstipztionbiliousnesseheadaches 4 the lungs and contagious diseases W take hold of tho system It is safe to say that if tho liver wero always tit kept in proper working order fC illness would be almost unknown k Thedfords BlackDraught is so successful in curing suchsickness i because it is without a rival as a liver regulator This great family fill medicine is not a strong and I ii drastic drug but a mild and healthful laxative that cures con stipation and may bo taken by a 1 J wlthoutpoEslblevharms FT The healthful action on the liver r cures biliousness It has an in 4 vigorating effect on tho kidneys Because the liver and kidneys do i not work regularly tho poisonous lf acids along with the waste from tvthobowels get back into thd blood I yi and virulent contagion results isI W Timely treatment with Thed a fords BlackDraught removes tho constipationfpositively forestall tho inroads of Brights disease for which disease in advanced stages thero is It no euro Ask your dealer for a t Blackti ttDmughtr J i 4 D M DUNCAN Candidate for Representative from Mead County subject to the action of the Democratic primary WHEN HOGS CANT WALK Men that were raised on New England farms have memories of great fat hogs that for months before slaughter were unable to stand on their hind legs Tho writer has sven hogs that weighed almost 600 pounds that before slaughter halt to move around on their haunches as on a pivbt They ate and slept in the same place turning one way to eat and the other to sleep Their owners thought it nothing un usual They only said The hog has become e o fat that he cant stand up Yet with more light on the situation we Know that it was not a case of fatness only but a case of the constant feeding of corn and slop out of which the animal could not manufacture any bone or muscle that would change his weight In those days the food of such hogs was corn as largely as it is now Had those animals received a ration composed of ground oats skim milk and such nitrogensupplying foods they would have bad a bone andmnscle that would nave carried about any weight The same results come from the same cause now but it iIb not so apparent as the hogs are marketed at half the weight as they were in the Mays mentioned No man should feed a corn diet exclusively to his hogsExchangeCroup Mr PN Pennebauer Bardstown Ky says Our little daughter has suffered a great deal from Sore Throat and Croup I had been at a loss to know what to use until a friend suggested Paracamph After one ap plication the soreness of the throat and the croupy condition was entirely removed I have also used it myself for Sore Throat and Neuralgio Head ache and find it to be an instant relief I can recommend Paracamph fnr use in the household and especially for conditions above referred to I t m quite sure it Is all you claim for it and highly recommend it as a tamily remedy For Sale by AH druggists IGNORES FARMERST- hos Gallaher of Belfast Ireland whose local agent J H PhAlon bought tobacco here in 1903 and oper ated the Pace tobacco factory has been interviewed at Belfast in regard to the investigation of the American Tobacco company by A E Unrncr of Tennessee the special attw ney ap pointed by the national government fpr the purpose Mr Oallaher is a multimillionarie and one of Europes greatest tobacco buyers and manufac turers That he Iignores completely the tight for better prices that ia being made by the American Society of Equity and other farmers organiza tions is shown in what he said liThe price of tobacco said Mr Gallaher ia regulated by the laws of supply and demand and the price of the raw material will in conse quence be raised 100 per cent Pre viously tneie was overproduction with the result that prices ilea low LEGISLATURE MEETS Frankfort Jnn 12The Kentucky legislature met today in extraordinary session for the purpose of deciding on a site tor the now state capitol Nearly all the members wore present R B Bradley of Hopkins county was- ahientowing to resignation and C M Crowe of Daviess county onncconnt of his removal to another county Uov Beckham transmitted n men sage to the honse and senate recom mending the selection of a new site He said that it was apparent to all that the preseit site tH unfit for the purpose being too small and badly located He said hA hoped the legisla ture would be able to arrive at an early and satisfactory conclusion of the matter to the benefit of the state J t ash A CREED I believe in cleanliness ot bodymind I and soul I believe in kindness to man wom an child and animals- I believe in trnth becauea it makes me free- I believe in the charity that begins at home but does not end there- I believe in mercy as I hope for mercy t believe in moral courage because I am more than a orute I believe in rignteousness because Iit is the shortest and best line be tween two eternities I believe in patience because it is the swiftest way to secure results I believe in that kind of industry I that takes an occasional vacation I believe Inthat Bind of economy that believes in spending money for a guod purpose- I believe in honesty not tor policys sake but for principles sake I believe in hospitality because ItI puts a roof over every mans bead I believe in self control because I want to influence others I believe in sufering because it chas tens and parities I believe in justice because 1 believe in God Omaha News A CURIOUS ANIMAL A boy who was required to write an essay on hens produced the following Hens is curious animals They dont have no nose nor no teeth nor no ears They swallow their wittles whole and chew it up iu their crops inside of em The outside of hens is generally put into pillars and into feather dusters The inside of a hen is something filled wtih marbles and shirt buttons and rich A hen is very much smaller than a good many other ani mals but theyll dig np more potato plants than anything that aint a hon Hens is very useful to lilY eggs for plum puddings Hens have got wings and can fly whn they get frightened I cut off a hens head with a hatchet and it frightened her to de- athBlame t No One But Yourself if You Dont Get Well When Sick All we can do Is gIve advice Of course thats easy But our advlco is really worth a little more to you than most peoples for vro otter to give you the first bottle of our medicine free If It falls to help you We could not afford to do this unless our medlclno was good Such an offer on the wrong kind of medicine would put a merchant prInce in the poor house Dr Miles Nervine however as years of experience have proved is a medicine that cures tho sick Those whom it cannot benefitless than one in ten thousand wo prefer to refund their money All wo ask of you is to try Dr Mlles Restorative Nervlno for your complaint If you suffer from sleeplessness nervous exhaustion dizziness headache mus cular twltchlngs melancholy loss of memory weak stomach poor blood bilious troubles epilepsy St Vitus Dance etc we will guarantee to benefit you or refund your money You are the doctor yearbecameo serious that we were compelled to take him out of school After several physicians had failed to relieve him wo gave Dr Miles Nervlno n trial Ten months treatment with Nervine and perfecthealthMRDeputy Co Clerk Dallas Co Mo FREE Wrlto us and we wilt man you a Free Trial Package of Dr Mlles AntlPaln Pills the New Symptom your case and tell you what is wrong and how DRM1LE Absolutely Free COORATORIES L Correct SilverwareC- orrect I I in character design and workmanshipis as necessary as dainty china or fine linen if you would have everything iu good taste and harmony 1847 ROGERS BROS kI11l forks spoons and fancy plccc for table use are correct nod can be purchased from leading dealers everywhere CalalogueCL tens about the Kcuuitie International Silver Co Merlden Conn EQUITY AND WE CAN Imagine n ponderous tree with tta roots in the earth and rearing its branches high above About its trunk and over Iits topmost branches floats the stars and stripes of onr country Its many wide upending blanches rppresen our tinny industries and its many roots spreading through the fertile soil represent agriculture Fastened to eah of its life giving roots is a parasite sucking the life blood of the tree of American industries On one side is u host of wavering undecided peo ple waving aloft the purple banner with a pitiful lament It Can t Be Done On the other side is the host of cooperating farmers with the banner 4Kqnityand war cryWe Can marching with determination and an irreslstable power on the brood of parasites Thus will the tree of Amer- Ican industries and American institutions be savedUpTnDate Farming Some of the parasites referred to by UpToDate Farming are the follow- Ing Speculators stock jobbery cold storage com tne stock yard combine food trusts tobacco combine board of trade gamblers packers combine Chamberlains Cough Remedy Absolutely Harmless The fault of givingi children medic ine containing injurious substances is sometimes more disastrous than the disease from which they are suffering Every mother should know that Cham berlains Cough Remedy is pefectly safe for children to take It contains nothing harmful and for coughscolde and croup is nnsurpased For sale by Short A Haynes ITEMS FROM KANSAS- The following items are clipped from a Kansas paper and are publisn ed by request A surprise party was given at the home of Mr Chew Thursday evening in honor of Mrs Chew About 8 oclock the guests arrived Mrs Chew was in deed surprised They spent the even ing in pleasant onversatiou ana ninny d ifferect games At a late hour pup per was served consisting of oysters pickles cake fruits etc Those present were Frank Summers and family Wm Mitchell and family James Haston and wife Mr Royer and family R M Harvey wife and daughters J M Zarbn and family W E Harvey and wife Mr Meador and wife Mr Klingman and family Em uiett Bates and wife Mr King and family Ezra Cnndith and wife and Rella Denbo Mr and Mrs J D Mender gave a Christmas dinner to a few of her friends at her home on CbristmiiH tiny At high noon all wero invited to the dining room where the table groaned beneath Its load of tmkeycake fruits In fact everything that makes one wonder where to commence The iif ternoon was spent in social chat In the evening all went home visblnir Mr and Mrs Meador muny returns of the day Those orosent were Mr and Mrs Chan Mattingly Mr mid Mrs Emmett Bates Ezra Cundith and wife Greatly In Demand Nothing is more in demand than a medicine which meets modern reo qnirements for a blood and syptniK cleanser such as Dr Kings New Life Pills Thy are just what you need to cure stomach and liver troubles Trv them At Short Haynes drug store 25o guaranteed WILL HOLD TOBACCO Oweneboro Ky Jan 12Two Hundred fanners met here today null discussed the tobacco situation Nearly a million pounds of tobacco is owned by the men who were in the meeting and twice an much more belongs to the members of the organization a pledge having be n taxed by them to hold their tobacco for eight cents a pouud for nil grades VERY GOOD SEASON- The recent damp weather with alternating snow sleet warmth and rain had made a very good tobacco season Growers have been busy stripping then crops though none of them expeot to sell for the prices now being offered by any means i6 44 f Bank of HardinsburgOFFICERS i iBF BEARD PRKSIDKNT M H BEARD Cashier A DIRECTORS i JMorrisDr A 11 Kincheloe D S Richardson t iiInsured against loss by fire or burglaryII 0ee paid on time deposits + + + +NNN H The Breckinridge Bank Cloverport Ky Capital Stock 45100 Surplus 7000 Incorporated Organized In 1872 W II BOW IER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier DR F LIGHTFOOT VPres CIIAS B SKIltMAN Asst Cashier Accounts of Firms Individuals and Corporations solicited Any business entrusted to us will receive prompt anti caiehil attention Storage place for packnges in our fireproof vault urtJi5hed our custcmers free NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS Interest paid on tituc deposits n eme s esNNm eeee e NeesNeee e es s s First State Bank IRVINGTON KY W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VicePiesidtnt- H H KEMPER Cashier IIAccounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited IIInterest Paid on Time Deposits e eeeeeeeee e e eeeee Nev + THE- YP Fifth Avenue yi HOTEL KytJJ PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr ir o = T All tho for in Ex S J May Co Ind NN eie e UM- n c Tho most located and ranking I1200 rate Only one block from the district and from tho theatres Street curs pass the door to all the neat T TiT T YiTi h u n + N + + N ++ +++ z i e +e + eee o e e e ee e N Nj trjrnz r I R R I i AND From Street Station 950 a p m From Union Station Sf Louis 930 a p m i or evening at both termini with lines new and modern with and safety I U1I lJ n DiINtf um latest patterns suits and high anteed Moderate pert tailor II Casper it i centrally firstclass Lelty aI principal shopping twolblncks principal partsI of cltvmEverything andTclean IT i iiDAN BROOKS CO i i CENTRAL COMMISSION STOCK LIVE STOCKII FRISCO SYSTEfl Chicago Eastern Illinois Double Daily rrai11siBETWEEN St Louis Chicago MORNING AND EVENING LaSalle Chicago m91D Merchants Bridge m946 Morning connection diverging Equipment entirely throughout A DOUBLETRACK RAILWAY Equipped practical approved applianes Substantially constructedG StylishComfortable ComfortableTailor clothes trousers maderyprices employed HUNSCHE Oanneltou n V G PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR Many years experience in set thug estates All collections mis onablo Cloverport Kentucky One MinuteGough Cure For Coughs Colds and Croup Sanfords Fine Inks 6 Mucilage In full assortments of handy size bottles Library and photo pastes to boot JNO D BABBAGE School books etc HALES BABBA- GEAttomeyatLaw Hair VEGETABLE n rlII I 1 jraYhalrstoPsraijnjaijaisjjjjjjj I THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D and V G BABBAGE f Editors and Proprietors Issued Every Wednesday tr Subsiription Puce SI 00 ix year or S125 if paid at the end of year CARDS OF THANKS over live lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per line I OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Mono in advance Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct pleas notify us- 1Yhen ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as the new addr- essEIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY JANUARY 18 1905 c = THOUGHTS The entire fabric of modern business is an extraordinary structure of mutual faith and fair dealing There are unquestionably broker contracts but their number is infinitesimal in comparison with the contracts which are carried out with scrupulous fidelity The vast transactions on the stock exchange aggregating each day many mil lions of dollars and dealing with the wealth of the entire country arc transacted by a nod of the head and yet are observed with scrupulous fidelity flames1 M1 Beck Hero are a few precepts laid down by Amsclm Kothschild as to the wayof getting ahead in life They are good precepts and wo advise our young men readers to cut them out and paste them in their hats Ho says Inquire thoroughly told conscientiously into the particulars of the business you propose to engage in After careful consideration conic to a definite decision go ahead bravely and never be discouraged Stand up for your rights and advance your interests stoutly but honorablyDo burden yourself with useless acquaintances Dont be snob bish be polite to all Dont use intoxicating drinks Pay your debts promptly Inves your money safely and trust neither to chance nor man Be steady and arduous in your work told success will come y CrrVAVZ COUXTttY Among the remarks attributed to John D Kockcfcllcrin report o1 a reception given by him to tho Young Mens Bible Class is this says the Wall Street Journal It will not be long before our city will be as large as London but I am very sorry to see this tendency of crowding into the city It seems to me that as the cities grow larger the country general becomes weaker The strength of the country it the farms and the farmers It is quite probable that Mr Rocekfeller made this statement for il is a true statement and presents a situation which has impressedother minds besides that of our greatest capitalist One of the foremost public men in this country only a few weeks ago commented upon this condition in much the stuns way as Mr Rockefeller has done Not only is the population of the cities increasing more rapidly than that of the country districts but all business is concentrating more and more into the municipalities An article in a leading magazine of this month describe in detail the passing of the country store It shows how immense mercantile concerns centered in the cities are send ing out their catalogues and supplying retail purchasers in all parts of the country at prices which make it difficult for the county mer chants to compete Not only is this going on but small mercantile and manufacturing concerns in country towns are gradually being absorbed by big corporations whose headquarters are in the dtiesso that the profits of business which were formerly expended in the towns and Bounty places are now concentrated to a greater extent than ever before in the big cities This process is likely to go to still further lengths and it would only require a system of branch banks to make the country bankas an independent concern a thing of the past just as the country store is bccining It is not easy to determine what is the remedy for this condition- It may be a lung time however before it reaches a point where it really becomes dangerous to the strengthof the natin Possibly there ini a point beyond which this concentration in the cities cannot go and wlHMi it roaches that point a reaction may sot in In some such reaction is to be found the best hope for the future In this con nection it iis important to note that along with this steady concentia tion of population and business in the cities there is going on also a growth of country homes That is to say people of means livingl inI the cities and having their cheif interests there have taken more to erecting handsome residences in the country and living there during a considerable part of the yell There has also been steady progress in the improvement of country roads and the development of the bicycle automobile and the trolley are doing much to bring the country and the cities into closer touch Perhaps in these developments are to bo found the saving clauses in the situation It is certain that in the prosperity of the farmers and the small trades people of the country is the best guarantee for the permanence and liberty of the nation r The microbe gets there by stlcxtnc to his feed t I Mr Hudson and his handsome office rr1 are a credit to this town and community We wish we lied more men and offices P like Mr Hudsons to give front page w top of column From ell indications Mr Roosevelt is now almost as popular In the South as ne is in the North Mr Roosevelt to our mind is tbe best Democrat that t ever occupied tho presidential chair Dick Owen is a fair square wan and honest consolentionRsober upright a e cltzen Ha believes in n square deal to every man regardless of his party aililliations He is n Democrat an honest Democrat His father his mother a aainted woman a friend to fi fiall clauses rich and poor and one rp o R of the sweetest triends we ever had rocked Dick in the cradle of Democracy a Democracy that stood for princi ple for equal rights and all that tends to elevate and upbuild society morals and right living Democrats here yon have a chance to elevate a man a young man and at the same time res one your party from the miro and filth of ynller dogpolitics Will you do it You can by stnning by Dick Owen Out of 240 towns in Vermont 1UO urn local option towns and GO are high license towns There is in this state said exGcvernor Woodburg an overwhelming sentiment against the rum trade Tin same sentiment exists in Kentucky Bnt the people are so overridden by party sentiment and are sc wedded to the yaller dog v politicians that they lone sight of their i best interests and the moral uplifting placeIintions We have a man running now for the State Senate who is opposed to giving the people a fair and square deal on this important question Ha is in favor of opening a saloon in every neighborhood regardless ot the wishes of the turn women and child ren who protest against it If he is sent to the senate ne will vote for any kind of a law the saloon and distillery interests want He holds no sort of sympathy with the temperance elment He is not even fair with them He dont want even to give them a chance to be heard at the ballot Is this the kind of a man tbe intelligent lawabiding Democrats of the district want A man who overrides tne will of the people in his own voting place to get a saloon will do it if he gets a chance in tbe district Democrats listen You cant afford to nominate thin man The best interests of your party demand his def at We refer ol course to the Hon its W Rich ardsonp Nasal CATARRH Ia all Its stages Elys Cream Balm cleanses soothes and heals the diseased membrane Itcures catarrh and drives away a cold In the head quickly Cream Halm Is placed Into the nostrils spread over the membrane and Is absorbed Relief Is Im mediate and ti cure follows It Is not drying doci not produce sneezing Large Size BO cents at Drug gists or by mall Trial Size 10 cents ELY BROTHERS 6C Warren Street lewYo- rkANNOUNCEMENTS FOR COUNTY JUDGE WE ore authorized to announce Flenr Moorman as a candidate for County Judge of Hreckenrldso county sub- Ject to thu action of the Democratic party FOR STATE SENATOR WWItfor State Senator from this the 10th district composed of the counties of Hancock reck onrldco and Meailo subject to tho action of tin Democratic party FOR STATE 8E ATOI- tWE are authorized to announce R W of Hancock county a candldati for State Senator from thlstho 10th district HancockIlreckenrldgeaction of the Democratic party FOR REPRESENTATIVE are authorized to IInnouncl Selby n MrCrackcn as a candidate for Represent atlc from IIrecklnrhho county subject to tho action of the Democratic party OTHERS WILL PLEDGE Local Union Bar insburg No2 held a meeting last Saturday night and ratified the action ot the county union There are nineteen members in this lodgerepresenting 100000 pounds of to barco This is nil pledged for the Lynchburg prices Several growers out side of the union whose crops a mount to 75000 or fc0000 poundssav they are ready to pledge them Will Lyon Sam Jacksou and Nelson Jolly were appointed a committee to sell tne tobacco represented in the un- Ion Speedy Relief- A salve that hbals without a scar iis DeWitta Witch Hazel Salve No re medy effects inch speedy relief It draws out inflammation soothescools and heals all outs burns and bruises A sure cure for piles and skin diseases DeWitts is the only genuine Witch Hazel Salve Beware of counterfeits they are dangerous Sold by All druggists NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY In The District Court of the United States for the Western District of Kentucky Owensboro Division nAVitiinPTrilOMASJTltllLETT I On this 13th dRY of Jfinuaiy A D 1005 on considering the petition of the aforesaid bankrupt for discharge filed on the 7th dayof January A D 1105 it is ordered by the court that a hearing be had upon the saute on the 2Sth day of January A D 1905 before said court at Federal Court Hall at Louis ville Ky in said district at 10 oclock in tliw forenoon or as pear thereto as practicable and that notice thereof be published one time in The Breckenridge News a paper printed in said district and that all known creditors and other persons in interest may appear at said time and place and sLow cause ifany thev have why the prayer of said petitioner should not he granted WITNESS the Honorable Walter Ev ans Judge of said Court and the seal thereof at Oweusboro Kentucky in said district on the 13th day ofJanuary A D IQ05 THOS SPEED Clerk By DUDLEY LJNDSEY D C RATCLIFF RESIGNS- Rev Ratcltff pastor of the Baptist church at Fordaville has resign ed to ccept a call from the Pleasant Ridge hurcn Do Not Neglect A slight cold injthehead or chest It may load into Pneumola or Consumption PnrHcamph will relieve such troubles Instantly Yon simply apply freely and rub in well It is motnersI remedy KIM OWN IN COUNTY Joe V eslay Umithnn old Confederate soldier died at the confederate Home near Louisville on Monday He wass QUIGGINSRHODES NeUe QnigginS of this city who drives for the firm of F raizand a Miss Rhode of Falls of Rough will be married today in Lonisrtlle A Book of Interest More absorbing than the most thrilling hook of fiction is a bank book Its tate isi never too long nor its pages too nnny and the long rows of figures so dry in other books are intensely interest ing But in order to enjoy its 8 pages each man must own his 8 own book The way to do thIs is to open an account wIth the BANK OF CLOVERPORT which numbers among its deposi tors the wealthiest men in the cityand state Corner Wall and Elm Streets Cloverport Ky = and Cash safe and and and our ti ce s w ITHE 5000 II SILLER 100 SHOE1 I 0r A We anyone pro duco such a as e offered shoe I tern the best and tho trim ship and i J shoes i Better j their than can had anv rc u IpriceI 1001 BABBAGE years old and was well known in county SCHOOL REPORT Report of Utopia CnllegeGlendeane Honor Roll for the Fifth month ending Jan 13 1005 Grade Moorman 7 Moorman OH Robert Fisher 07 Ada Mattingly 97 Grade GLillie Mattingly 00 Ruby Jones 08 Fannie Moorman 13 Nell Fisher 07 Sylvia Mattingly 01 Edna Mattingly 05 Lizzie Mattingly 05 Moorman U5 Nell 05 Mollie Moorman 04 Ella Wnitt Inghill 04 Herbert Hall 114 Ernest Eakriage OU Moorman 04 Fisher Moorman 00 Johnnie Hositin 00 trade GNeH Dempster 08 Betsey Moorman 08 Mabel Hoakins 07 Viola Powell OU Jake Powell 05 Henry OlitTo Moorman 04 Ro bert Curtis 05 Paul Mattlnely 05 tirade 4 Ulan Mattinglv 04 Willie Notes Bills in other Real defy in in other house at J0- Giade Mildred Johnnie Burnett past dt Smith 07 Robt Tuttle 00 Alline 00 Hunts Mercer Otf Walter 00 Grade 2 Mattingly 05 D 0 U5 1June 00 Robt 00 Cooper 94 Robert B Tuttle Prln NEW I STORE m I have opened linoof I men W 0 men and children at ft my on ft main street Call and the Stock and get Prices IFII rflrfConrad r The Shoemaker COOCO XXDOOCCOCXDCXDOCOOOOOO ft ffffff l s vs =AFTER JANUARY welno IIIt No laundry will bo delivered bills I are 30 days past due All owingasuch bills are requested to settle by cash t or note at once 1I C HAMMAN s HCXXXXXXDOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOC CXDCXXXOCOCOCOCCOOOOOOOOCOO r e tr I i Condensed Statement of of Bank of Hardiisburg Hardinsburg Ky At the of Business December 31 RESOURCES 201 11071 Banks 4902275 Bonds 360522 Banking House Lot150000Ot- herI Estate 1 Furniture Fixtures 40000 I Total 25078547 mings possess bottoms eLouise Robertson Robertson 00- Grade aEffie Carwile Cooper Curwlle Moorman Bnrnttfc Evelyn shop see 31st 1905 where persons Close 1904 7SG79 Carwile = LIABILITIES Capital Stock 2500000 Surplus and Undivided Profits 2138942 Deposits 20939605y Dividend No due Jan 1 1905 at 4 eentt 100000 25678547 In presenting usual semiannual statement we wish to again call your attention to our I strengthand ample resources No inattei how large your business may be welare able to take care of it no matter how small your business may be we will be to have it RespectfullyM Cashier I CASE ito combination is this Its ITheI unequaled general workmani Sole Leather bo from PRICE SON sixtyone this Ky Win tirade SHOE Sippel NOTICE W Condition 2S I Sf Are You Going to Build any of Above If so wo want you to write to us the lumber you will MII fj need Our prices are right and wo will be sure to satisfy you IW WJP1 Will Co LUMBERMEN I j KENTUCKY t= = o= r1fIf1J jNOTICEtit All persons owing the estate of M Haraumn or M lImn man R Son too requested to call and settle with C W Humman All persons having claims against the estate to pre same properly proven i IentCHRISTINA HAMMAN Executrix L If J VI rr1AIw 1f1f 1f i it To Cure a Cold in One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets t5evea Million boxes sold In 12 months This signatures 1 k 4rFr Cardwell t Fund per Total glad the about Cures Crap 1in Two Days on every box25c i t Tuns Pills r will save the dyspeptic from many days of misery and enable him to eat I whatever he wishes They prevent SICK HEADACHE cause the food to assimilate and nour ish the body give keen appetite DEVELOP FLESH and solid muscle Elegantly sugar coatedSubstitute The Breckenridge News ===c WEDNESDAY January 18 1001 W T Tilford was in Owenshoro Thursday Prof HC Porterof Lewisport was In the city Saturday Mrs Darnell Dowden Is visiting rel lives in Canneltoo Mrs Gard Agnew who has been j jjte ill is improving 1rs Jennie Mogan of Holt spent I ithfctay with Miss Flomnue Lewis i tir Rose Cook of Louisville has fgISltmg Miss Mamie DeHaven Jail W Romney Renfow came over ar Dundee Saturday to visit rela wira tiaaE T Haynes entertained the s Reading Club Thursday after In- taxes ton S Quin of Louisville was er o lest of Miss Louise Babbage yI1 I aallie Llghtfoot of Hnwesville ing fieen visiting Dr and MM F L qnajtfoot Mrs Marion Ryan has been down 1from Louisville this week visiting relativesMrs Falion came up from fiawcaville Thursday to visit Mr and Mrs A Fallon J D Babbage Jr was at home from school at Beechmont from Thurs f day until Monday Misses Alice and Annie May Matt ingly of Morgantild are the guests of Miss Florence Lewis Mr and Mrs JaR Lay of Gas City Ind were at Tobinsport Thursday to Attend the funeral of Mrs NT Groves Mrs Lays mother Misnes Eunice and Bernice Wheeler have returned to Hardin Grove Ind after a visit to Miss Jane Hambleton at the Fisher HomesteadIFrank Haswell formerly of this oity was here Saturday en route to Arcola III from Hnrdinsburg where he had been visiting relatives A Miss Hattie Hterett of Skillmnn I and Miss Nola Richardson of Ala bama were the guests of Mrs J A Ross part ot last wpek Miss RofieCook of Louisville MiFs Mamie DeHaven nail Wicklille DeHav en went to Irvington Monday after noon to be the guests of Mrs has Chamberlain who entertained that evening in their honor Loss of Flesh When you cant eat break fast take Scotts Emulsion When you cant eat bread and butter take Scotts Emulsion When you have been living on a milk diet and want something a little more nourishing take Scotts EmulsionTo fat you must eat fat Scotts Emulsion is a I greatIThose who have lost flesh Want to increase all body tissues not only fat Scotts Emulsion increases them all bone flesh bloodand nerve For invalids for con valescents for consumptives for weak children for all who need flesh Scotts Emulsion is a rich and com fortable food and a natural tonic Scott s Emulsion for bone flesh blood and nerve We will send you a free sample pictureinthe wrapper of every bottle of Emulsion you buy SCOTT BOWNE CHEMISTSI 409 Pearl StNY SOc and 1 1 all druliti RAYMOND Whooping cough Iin the community Allen Claycomb is very sick Henry Buphaui is improving Sundayschool progressing nicely at this place Mrs E A Cashman and little sun arrived Saturday Miss Mary Cashinnn returned home Saturday after closing her cchool at LookoutMiss Dee Basharn closed her school here Friday Lish Cnshman was in Stephensport one day last week Mrs Georgia Hardin has returned home tfter a weeks visit to her sis tor Mrs Henry Burch Mci srs Roscoe Avitt Bab and Jess Cashman June Bashain and Will Scott visited at G WCashmans Sun duy George Burger died Satnrdn at the home of his brother Stark Barger Cough and Colds A11 cough odds and pulmonary comnlaints tnat are curable are quick ly cured by One Minute Cough Cure Clears the phlegm draws out inflam mation and heals and soothes the affected parts strengthens tne lungs wards off pneumonia Harmless and pleasant to take Sold by All druggists IRVINGTON r Misses Annie Lee Bandy and hssie Biggs spent Saturday and Sunday wltn Mr and Mrs Howard at Basin Springs Miss Vista Dividson who has been teaching music here for some time will not be able to continue her class because ot ill health and will return to her home at Hopkinsville very soon The cottage prayer meeting will be with Mr and Mrs Hynes Friday night All are cordially invited to come and will be qladly welcomed Miss Calhoun of Ov eneboro is with Mrs Edward Graves Any one wanting Criup cards can nave them male to order by the Breckenridge News Irvington society naving exbausted the Nashville crimp Card Co and put them out of the businessIMrs Chas Chamberlain entertained in honor of her company from Clover port Monday evening Mrs Pusey left Monday for her home in Chicago Mrs Bell Brace for a visit to relatives in Louisville then on to St LouIs Billy Stith sister and best girl came down from Lonlbville Sunday to see his sister Mrs W E Brown Mr Sutter or Gratz is assisting with the press of business at First State Bank IN SOCIETY Monday evening Mrs J R Wimp entertained some friends Tuesday Mrs Date Herndon Wednesday the Misses Munford en tertain in honor of Mrs Williams of Henderson and Mrs Ivan Pasey of ChicagoThursday Miss Edith Marshall en joys the society of several friends Friday Mr and Mrs Wimp enter tinned the visitors and quite a number of relatives to a six course dinner Friday evening H HKemper enter tained in very elaborate style the Social Club assisted by Mr and Mrs liobt McGlothlan at their pretty cnt tage home on the heights Saturday Mr and Mrs Richard Wrather enjoyed the company of sev eral relatives and friends to an inform nl dinner Saturday evening Mr and MrsW J Pip gott were hoist and hostess at a ver charming gathering of congen ial people LECTURE True Americanism oy the Rev Edward Thomson Ph D D D L L D The Sunday League of America has engaged this eloquent lawyer preacher to deliver thirty lectures in the state of Kentucky and Irvington is fortunate enough to secure one of these dates which is on the night of February 2 at 7 oclock at the ME church Everybody is cordially invit ed to come and enjoy this rare treat free of charge Dr Thomson comes highly approved by President Roosevel Senator Fairbanks Chief Justice Terrill and many ministers in all de nominations Dont forget the date Feb 2 Spoiled Her Beauty Harriet Howardof 209 W JHth St New York at one time had her beauty spoiled with skin trouble She writes 11 had Salt Rheum or Eczema for years but nothing would cure it until I used BnoklenH Arnica Salve A quick and sure healer for cuts and sores Sfia at Snort Haynes drug store Latham Sanitarium Estobllshed 1898 VINE GROVE HARDIN COUNTY KY Chronic Diseases Treated Successfully CHARGES MODERATE Rational Harmless and Satisfying Methods of Treatment + 4 l e DR R PI KEENE fr tj Representing 1 TAYLOR KEENE TAYLOR4i I DENTISTS 11 ii iiOFj OWENSBORO UUL m 11- ii1 oneftttiI p walton all wishing Hilt I Class lien vII if tlstry- ft Will be Here February 20 to 26 V i HARNED NOR- MALSCHOOL Term Begins JANUARY 30 1905 and continues 4t months Course of Study TEACHERS COURSE 1200 PREPARATORY COURSE 1000 Money Payablo 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 t Andrew Driskell Principal HARNED KY- ooaxxxxxooooooooooooooooo QUARTERLY REPORT OF TilE Two States Bank AT THE CL09K OV I1USINKSS ON THK lust DAY OF DKCKMI1ER 1001 RESOURCES Loans and discounts j5JIilI51 Overdrafts secured Overdrafts unsecured Duo from NationalI Banks 1371228 Duo from State Hanks and Hunkers 2400 00 Duo from Trust Companies 000 O1122S Hanking House and lot Other Ifeal Estate MortjraKes US Bonds Other stocks and bonds Speclo 183327 Currency 1860 00 3083 2T Exchange for clearings Other Items carrlud as Cash Furniture nfixte1561 12 Fund to pay Taxes Current Exponsos lust six months 5T 33 Iii2 28 S 5T285 10 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid In In cash S 15040 00 Surplus Fund t SI Undivided Profits 14D2 00 Duo Depositors us follows viz subJOcttoCheck rest Is not path 27017 04 Deposits subject to Check on which tnt erest Is paid 000 00 Demand Certificates of Deposits on which Interest Is paid 000 00 Time certificates of Do posits on which Inter est Is paid 12030 00 4Q507 G4 Savings Deposits on paidCertified Duo National Hanks Duo State Bunks and Bankers CompaniesCashiers standing lulls rediscounted Unpaid Dividends unpaidCapital S 57285 K SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of Indebtedness ot any stockholder person com pany or firm Including In the li ability of tho congnun the liability of the Individual members thereof directly or In directly If such indebtedness ox coeds Jin per cit of capital stock actually paid In and actual amount of surplus of the bank 000 How Is Indebtedness stated In above item I secured See Sec 583 Kentucky Statutes Highest mountof Indeptednessof any director or o Ulcer If amount of such Indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paid up capital stock of batik 0 00 See Sec 5b3 Kentucky Statutes How Is slime secnred Does amount of Indebtedness of any person company or firm In clndlng In the liability ot the comnany or firm the liability of the Individual members thereof exceed 30 per cent of paid up capital and actual surplus No If so stito amount of such Indebtedness Amount ol last dividend 000 00 Were all expenses losses Interest and taxes deducted therefrom before declaring dividend and oJInet profits of tho period covered by tho dividend carried to tho surplus fund before said dividend was do clared Yes See Sec bOO Kentucky Statutes STATE KENTUCKY I asCountyJohn S Midair Cashier of The Two States Banc a BlinK located and doing business In countyblhlltIs In all respects a true statement of tho con litton ot said HanK at the close of business on tho 31st day of December 1904 to tho best ot his Knowledge and belief und further says that tho business lof said Hanic has been transacted at tho locution named and pot elsewhere and that tho above report Is made In compliance with an ofllclal noi Ice received from tho See retary of State designating tho 31st day of December 1901 as the day on which said report shall ho made Subscribed land sworn to before mo by John S Adair the Second day of January 1005 W F HOOK Clcru HrecKenrldgo Co Court By R S SKILLMAN D C R A SMITH J It A HI ELI AN J Directors lirE C ADAm I JOIN S ADAIIJ Cashier Mr and Mrs Juo Burn went to Springfield Ill last week to visit rel atives I Wants ii 1 r 7i + Advertisements Inserted under tills head at ono cent u word per week FOIL SALE pRiNTING Presses and Cutting machines mucldncsAlsoEiiRlnes MARTIN GAHLE 51B 3rd Street Louisville Ky OORR OWor more tors Yturt lit t per rent pay hack monthly Attend 50000 ahomesire Bureau Chlllkothe Missouri IARM FOR SALE OK RENT Foil SALEIOIC UKNTUO acre farm 2 UlodhnusloalaadIYellLuwIIl1rdlushurJI I WANTEDSALESMEN WANTED Salesmen to look after our In terest In Hri cl inriJKU pad adjacent AlldnssThoroil SALEHOUSE AND LOT FOR SALEKoys house and lot In East MFlteii1 WANTED Tr rlJtWriteport Ky with full particul- arsDUROCSJERSEY PIGS FOR SALE I nm now offering a nice lot of bears and pigs1onI1l1ywherlThoroulhhredmy place E8 a head UI In shipping order S10 E P HARDAWAY Bewloyvllle Kentucky Raphael Smith of Owensburo was here part of last week HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES One way second class colonist tickets to South and Southeast first and third Tuesdays each month at reduced rates Homesoekers Excursions to all points to which homeseekers rates apply SHERIFFS SALE By virtut of a Vendition Eponas No 211 directed to me which issued from the Clerks Office of Breckeuridge Cir cuit Court in favor of W M Autry against I L Lynch I or one of my deputies will on Monday the 23rd day of January 1905 between the hours of 0 oclock m and 4 oclock p m at the Courthouse door in Hardinsburg Ky expose to Public Sale to the highest bidder the following described proper ty or so much thereof as may be neces sary to satisfy plaintiffs debt interest and costs towit 75857 The follow ing described property Beginning at a stone on the little Hartford road in Jolly Station Breckenridge County Kentucky thence N 2I J W 13 poles to a stone in the alley between Lvnch and McQuiuly thence S SO W 22 poles to a stoup thence S21t2 E1tl poles thence N 79 K 22 poles to the beginning containing Ifj acres anti I 3 sq poles more or less on which is erect ed a dwelling and outlmildings levied upon ns the property ol I L Lynch Terms Sale will be made on n credit 01 ai months bond with approved security required bearing interest at the rate Ul J per cent per 11J1JU11I until day of sale and having the force and effect of a replevin bond F P PAYNE S B C By H lI H13ARD D S L II SI L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 46 Dally Fast Train leaves Cloverport 507 AM stops at West IoKl only arrives at Louisville 715 A M No 42 Dally Mall and Express leaves Clo reruortO54 A M stops at all way atatlons arrives Louisville 1235 Train No 44 Dally fast mull leaves Clo verport 448 p ni stops at all way stn tons east of Oloverport except Mystic arrives at Louisville 7 25 p m Train No48 Dally Cloverport accommo dation arrives Cloverport HEO p m WEST HOUND No 47 Dally Coverport accommodation leaves Cloverport6JOa m arrives Evans vlllo 000 am lxfressloavcsHawosvllle Owensboro Henderson aud Ev ansvllle arrives St Lnuis7Op in Train No 43 Mall and Express dully ar rives Clo verport 728 p m Evansvllle 1030 Ip m Stops at all stations No45 dully St Louis fast train leavesClo vor port 1106 I111 arrives Evansvllle 3T A M St Louts 740 A M stops at Hawesvlllo Owensboro and Henderson only Chair cars on trains 41 and 44 between Louisville and Evnnsvllle Through sleeping curs and reclining chair cars on trains 45 and 40 between Loulsvlllu ant St Louis Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND Train No 2 Dolly except Sunday leaves Fordsvilleodoa m artlves lrvlngton ti40- a m Train No 4 Dally except Sunday leaves Fordsville 320 p m arrives IrvlnKton 50II m Train No 0 Sunday only FordsvllloO30 a m Irvln ton 003 p m WEST HOUND Train No 3 Dully except Sunday leaves Irvington f15 a m UTlves Kordsvlllo 245 p mTrain No 5 Dully leaves Irvington 635 p in arrives Fords vlflo 025 p m DR PIC MITCHEL- LDENTIST once OVER THE FAIR Satisfaction assured Profession al Prices 1 L MEET ME AT NOLTES f BETTER THAN EVER We can serve you with everything in the way of groceries in the first floor of the annex to the Masonic Temple and we are MOVING IN THIS WEEK Our grocery department is being great ly enlarged and it will be more convenient for you as well as for us than it was at our old stand We invite you to our new quarters BY THE WAY AS IT WERE We wish to mention here that we have just received a supply of the new and popular game CRIMPI which we will sell at 25 cents the de- ckJCNOLTEBROMASONIC TEMPLE KYtViI WWfJ FORGET IfPPto Oats dish Cans Lye Corn To Insist tTpon having CADICKS GOLDDUST FLOUR for linking warded finest bread testimony convincing trial- CADlCKS DUST stands record yrsbread making grocers Cxdick Milling CoGRANDVIEW IND nd tII1V WARNINGIYOU IAfteryou my dear Alphonse After you my dear Gaston i have watihinp you some time We I your trade and low prices consistent with wnntIIfair treatment good goods quick service and business methods will do we have your case I These are Arguments wnII Quaker Oats 3 35- esibs Kolled with 2l 3 Hominy 25e 3 1 Sugar ci Beans Cans Northern bushel Beans Sltiu PophamGROCERS Bros j I- CLOVORPORT KENTUCKY m 3m Id 1 ftmwwwaft SELL HEATERS THA THEATe ttiAnd Guns Shoot and Saddles Ithat wear well ride easy and never hurt horses back Iisper cent Drop and let you how save money r lI KyIIIBURIAL AT ROSETTA Irvington Jan 17Specinl The remains of Mrs Dentnee Bentty died in Louts last week brought for burial in the family ground near Rosetta Miss Pauline Moonuan returned Monday Irom John your and you will be re with the you eve atePages of as to Us goodness will not be half ns to you as one GOLD FLOUR In its of over good All sell it Vo been for if it for Ky Lem who were here String 3 Cans J5r Pumpkin 3 25c Potatoe per 70e Navy 25 lbs I WE that in us show to Ij St St 20 CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS Best Couch Syrup Tasted Good Use in tlma Sold by druggists A CONSUMPTION I I = Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic has 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 wkh every bottle is a Ten Cent package of Groves Black Root Liver Pins ra t iI T T The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY January 18 1005 f JACKSONS SPIRIT Needed In Democratic Party As It Approaches The Pending Problems Says Bryan TOM T BANQUET SPEAKER TOO- t At the eighth annnul banquet or the Jackson club at Litavette led lust WeeK several national leaders of the Democratic party and many promi nent state Democrats broke bread Of the addresses William J Bryan received the lone shire of the applause k but National Chairman Tagpart was also accorded an ovation It was ex ri petted that Senator Tillman and May or Harrison of Chicago would be present but neither put in an appear I Iante W R Hearst also failed to at tend More than 800 persons sat down to the first table Mr Taggart spoKe in part as follows Chairman TaRgart Speaks As national chairman of the Democratic campaign I was given full auth ority to name such a committee as was necessary to conduct the cam t paign and I exercised authority after I full consultation with the distinguished candidate and executive committee and every state and county chairman and precinct committeeman throughout I the United States The committee had ample means for the lecitirnate purposes ot thn campaign There was no lack of literature by the best Dem ocratin orators in the country Everywhere the orators were upon the stump Hut with all this we encountered political reverse almost unparalleled Cause of DisasterJ The disaster was caused by hun dreds ot thousands of Democrats fail ing to vote and by many others voting the opposition ticket The results proved a very large proportion ot the Democratic voters were not satisfied with the work of the national conven lion and on election day they made their protest There was no objection to Parners personality but those who were In the battle in 180G telt I they had been callled upon to retreat rather than to advance and they de clined to retreat and revolted to Bryan Given Ovation Mr Bryan was given great applause when he arose to speak He said in part to iVhtitthe Democratic party most needs today is to be animated by the spirit of Andrew Jackson as it ap proaches the pending problems It suf fered an overwhelming defeat last November and the prime cause for that detest is to be found in the taut it lack ed this spirit It is for the members ol the Democratic party to deal with the pending questions with the cour age Jnckson displayed in dealing with questions which confronted his gener alizHtion that the Democratic princi ples are sound This does not among Democrats at least admit of dispute for they rest upon the belief in theII brotherhood of man That these principle s will triumph cannot be doubted by those who believe in their truth for truth is mighty and at last will prevail NEW POSTMASTERS A dispatch front Washington last VednrMlBy taut that postmasters had lendl ear The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There is a disease prevailing In this country most dangerous because so decep covery live Many sudden byItheart pneumonia heart failure or apoplexy are often the result of kidney disease If kidney trouble is al lowed to advance the kidney po Iso blood will attack the thekidneysi away cell by cell Bladder troubles most always result from a derangement of the kidneys and a cure is I obtained quickest by proper treatment of 11thekidneys If you are feeling badly you KmersSwampRootbladder remedy scaldx ing pain in passing It and overcomes that P unpleasant necessity of being compelled to t manytimesextraordinary effect of SwampRoot is soon J realized It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases SwampRoot is pleasant to take and sold by druggists in fiftycent and onedollar mayYthis wonderful new die ft and book that n ed a all a tells all aboit 11 both HotiM or Baml Ittsent free by nail Address Dr Kilmer ft Co Binghamton N Y When writing mention reading this generous offer in this paper Dont make any mistake but remember they SwampItooton every bottler V i II J j HOW 1905 TOBACCO WILL BE MARKETED How Farmers Are To Go After Better Prices For Next Crop While At Work For Price Of Present UpToDate Farming Once during each twelve months n tobacco crop is raised and marketed As soon as the crop is housed it would be possible to know the exact amount or nearly of tobacco in the farmers hands If this were known the condition of the markets ould be foretold and the value made known Then if farmers unite upon a plan of systematic marketing and effectu ally prevent gluts no tobacco would be sold below its actual value plus a fair profit to the farmer Under present conditions every far mer markets his tobacco without any idea as to what other farmers are do ing and it often happens that some tojbaccowhile in some other marKots exactly the same quality of tobacco is selling well This has occurred frequently and goes to prove that the prices placid upon tobacco by buyers are not always real values It also proves the necessity of the farmer knowing how much of his class cf tobacco nas been produced what its actual value to the manufacturer is and how where and when other planters will inantet their tobacco When all tobacco growers become readers of one paper members of one society and relieve the same information at the same time this first step to coooerative marketing of tobacco will have been taken We art not dealing with the tbeoies but conditions We are not going to use time and space in telling of the need of a change but we are going to show how to make the change and how each step will be taken The first step is to get the necessary Information before ttiefarmersUp To Date Fanning is the only paper at tempting this work and it is going to accomplish it It is essential that every tobacco grower becomes a subscriber for in noother way can this work be dune The American Society of Equity is going to put in the hands of every tobacco grower the facts of the tobacco business We are going to tell just how many acres of each ola 8 of tobac co has oeen planted in 1905 Later how much it yielded per acre and how much it cost per acre to produce it It will prove to the farmers that the manufacturers will buy all their tobacco at a fair price by showing what they have done in times past and that the demand or rather the consumption of that class of tobacco will requre all the crop Or ifit dont we well know how much to carry ov Positively I YovirLast ChanceDont Miss Your Last Opportunity Dont Hesitate Act at Once UNDER RECENT RULING POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT WILL LAST CHANCE WILL EVER HAVE PARTICIPATING FURTHER CASH GUESSING CONTESTS 35000 taI 22nd to the or after A OF THE the pgrson whoso guess tho tho llKurcs is received before December 25 101 5000 00 tho person whoso guess fontulnliiK tho exact fljr tires Is on or after December 25 1004 beforo January 15th Itov 5000 00 To the person whoso gauss contain UK tho oxact fIt ures Is received on or utter Jun 15 and before Feb 1MB 5000 00 the person whose guess containing tho exact fig ures Is received on or utter Ifohl and oeforo Feb 20 1MB 5000 00 the person whoso containing tho figures Is received on or Feb 20 and before Mar 10 1MB 5000 00 To the person sending In tho nearest correct 5000 00 To assist you In making your guesses wo below the Uecelpts of tho Treasury for tho lust Monday in ouch mouth during the last year Year 1904 Monday January 25th 46 February 26th 568311 54 March SSth 071085 78 25th 23rd 783083 13 27th IIJuly SStli 710090 69 August 2th 891075 01 September 20th 258744184 October 31str 279000 50 8th 459517 21 How much money will Unclo Sam tako in on Mon day March 27th 1005 er We are going to tell him just when I and where all the other producers of his class of tobacco will market their crop andlO this way each farmer can always sell at a time when his market needs his crop We are going to prove that there is a way to mane the buyers pay a certain price if no and we will show the way to be so simple and easily followed that no farmer will be prohibited from follow ing the plan We are going to place the farmer in a condition so that he will be able to say to the buyers My tobacco sir has been graded by our expert and is classed as grade A Austrian dark shipping It cost me tic per pound toproduce ithnd Ill never raise another pound until I get a fair profit on for Im not over fend of working for nothing There was only 5000090 pounds of this grade aud class of tobacco produced year and the Austrian government has given instructions to purchase 0000 000 pounds of this tobacco Last year they purchased 70000011 pounds We have the statistics to prove that they can pay liiOO per owt for this tobac co and we know it is worth it There fore you will to pay that before you got it for every producer knows what I knowand will not sell fot less Besides there are others who will buy if you do not That would soun1 like business for it is business and the buyers realiz iug the conditions would hasten to purchase all in sight at that price for future delivery We must depend principally upon our members to get nonmembers in terested must receive this information and in return we must receive information from non members We do not think any tobacco grower will refuse to learn of this plan and to make an endeavor to es tablish it when the facts so clearly demonstrate its ulrimate success and there is no possibility of losing a singe in the trial Send us the names of your neighbors and we will help you interest them in this plan Now let us go right after good prices for the 100r crop while elevating the price of the 1004 crop and we will get them for the first pound wo Bell it A OF THE THIS BE THE OF IN ANY OR IN 500 CASH PRIZES GIVEN AWAY I SIX PRIZES OF n 500000 EACH I THIS CONTEST IS ON THE AMOUNT OF MONEY THAT WILL BE PAID INTO THE TREASURY DEPARTMENT AT WASHINGTON D C ON THE 27TH DAY OF MARCH 1905 WHICH IS THE LAST MONDAY IN THE MONTH Contest will positivelyl close on March 1005 which is five days before Mardi 27th upon which days receipts you are estimate The official figures will he known on next day six days the contest closes and prizes be awarded immediately and no long time will waiting for the result HERE IS LIST PRIZES To containing exact To received rand I I To I To guess after guess give 1002971 April 22350718 II May Juno 314852033 November wore this about this have I Nonmembers cent YOU will occur exact To tho person sending In tho second nearest correct guess 2000 Cl To tho person sending In the third nearest correct guess 70000 To the person sending In tho fourth nearest correct guess 300 00 To tho person sending In tho fifth nearest correct guess 100 00 To the person sending In tho sixth nearest correct guess 5000 To the noxt six S25 each 150 00 To tho noxt seventeen 10 each 1 0 00 To tho noxt sixtysix 15 each 330 00 To the next four hundred J3 each 100 00 500 PRiZES 35000 00 In case of a tlo for any of tho Special or First Six Prizes such prize will bo equally divided between contestants Subscription Blank THE BRECKENRIDQE NEWS Cloverport Ky Inclosed find t to apply on Subscription Account Namo Postofllco Stuto You are entitled to one guess for oviry dollar paid on Subscription My Guesses of tho U S Treasury Receipts for March 27th 1905 are THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS of CLOVERPORT KY J v Idj M w j t ti J Jif4 wire Harrison Sons f I Berlin Hd f NNNrmNuoNNN ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD fr now on sale at reduced rates to NEW OR LEANS LA CUBA SPRINGS ARK City of flEX ICO and many other points with over and return Only Lino running through Personally Conducted Excursion Sleepers Louisville to CALIFORNIA NEW MEXICO ARIZONA and TEXAS p15 Cf- ML III8iiii LROQ descriptiveof I orddreF W HARLOW D P A Louisville Kyt- NNNOONNANNNNNN I JOHN S CULLEY I BRICK CONTRACTOR Si I 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teid size which sells for SO cents Prepared by E O DWITT 00 OHIOAM t Sold by all Druggist tGETTHE HABITA- ND READ THE Complete Reports OFlIIE MARKETSPOLITICAL I 1 ALL OTHER NEWS A J I NEWS WAR f RAILROAD FINANCIALS I 1RACING I1 ILARGEST KNOWN MORNING CIRCULATION I IN THE SOUTHa i The family medicine in thousands Of homes for 62 yearsDr Thachera Liver s and Blood Syrup j iI 1 ii The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY January 18 1903 J 41CORUESPONDENTS I I liGivo all the real news that is fit to P print lo not crowd your writing Paper is cheap Do not write Mr Richard Roe Leave the Mr off Do not roast any oneBe fair and impartial with all Do not write it John Doe and wife il lay Mr and Mr3 John Doe lDo not write a thing that mU3t net eI i read twice before it can be under t stood lo not use a dim lead pencil Dim ly written copy is an abomination to printers A good news item is frequentl- spoiled by the omission cf particulars and details The high points in a news article ing or short are usually these What who when where and how Do not say such and such n yesterday Tne reader may no show when you wrote the item Study the kind of matter handled by your paper from its other correspondents and maybe yon can improve on your writing Do not abbreviate Make your copy rjust as you wish it to be printed Do r Inot write MMo for Monday The printer may think you mean Missouri When any one is visiting in the com munity tell who they are visiting and where they are from if possible The story is but half told when it is recorded that So andao Is visiting relatives or friends in the community- Do not mention your own family or relatives oftener than you do other people nnder the same circumstances I Such things are not considered in good taste and are sometimes the subjec- of comment in your community This 11l does not mean not to use all news that is legitimate and in good taste When you send in a news item have in mind certain persons or certain classes of persons that the item will 1 be apt to interest An item which II will interedt only one or two and which on account of some hidden orI doubtful meaning or veiled joke will be unintelligible to others is not iI Iworth publishing Do not feel dissatisfied if some of I your iterna IIITH omitted The forms 10 can hold only a certain amount of type and perhaps more limportant yoursRr reser ves the right to edit his paper and that the corrections or omissions he may make are for the best as he seesI tit and are in your interest as well as his HAS STOOD rilE TEST 25 YEARS Thoold original GROVES Tasteless Chill Tonic You know what you arc tuklmr It Is 6 Iron and quinine In u tustoicss form locum110 pay We ILL OF APPENDICITIS- Word has been received here thnt Mrs Arthur T BUme formerly of Pnteavillp has been very ill at St Josephs Hospital Memphis Teun as- a result of an operation for appendici t 3Iit tff WILLt MEIi t Ir Thats the personal question a woman asks herself Whoa she rends of tho cures r JrIJlereosPrescriptionWhy Is It a complicated cnso Thousands of such cases have been cured by Fn vorlto Prescription Is It a condition which local doctors have declared incurable Among tho hundreds of thousands of sick women cured by tho uso of Dr Plcrcos Favorlto Prescription theroI 1area great many who wero pronounced I incurablo by local doctors Wonders have been worked by Favorite Pro i irregularityII weakening drains Inflammation ulcera llou and fomalo weakness It always helps It almost always cures- I commenced taking your medicine FaIvorite Prescription nearly a year ago for 1 trulyIkqcat writes Mm L C Wagner of 125 Edwin j 5 truet Toronto Ontario Canada I could not walk any distance before using It After11 taking six bottles of your Favorite Pro scription I find I can walk without cllfllculty I healthWould t Urllercos t E tevcpThose are the Original Little I eoLiver Fills first put up over muchImitatedest to take and best Theyre tiny sugar coated antibilious granules a compound of reared and conccntrnttil vegetable extracts i Without disturbance or trouble constipa i andiI Ii f tho liver stomach and bowels nru preventedi relieved and cured Vinnantnllu cured tt o r d By their mild and natural action these little I toilets gently lead Urn system into natural Jays again Their Influence lasts I t rnal 4ER Y LOCAL NEWS AS GLEANED FORE PART OF THE WEEK ew MRS N T GROVES DIES AN ESTIMABLE WOMAN Last Wednesday afternoon the re mains of Mrs Frances proves wife of Prof Nathaniel Troves were brought to this city on the 448 train from Marton Ind and taKen to Tob insport Ind for interment Mrs braves died of cancer while on a visit to her daughter Mrs Lon Johnson at Marton Mrs Troves home was at Hawes ville where Prof Groves taught the public school several years ago She was a native though of Tobinsporf where she was born sixtytwo years ago Her first husband was Hugh Patterson of vJannelton To this un ion was born one of her surviving StephyMrs Patterson married Prof Groves who survives her To this union was born the other surviving daughter who married Lon Johnson ntw of Marion but formerly of Fordnville thedestimat ble woman She had many friends among a large circle of acquaintances Two brothers Waldo and Conrad SimonsI of Tnblnsport and two sis ters MrsWm Burton and Mrs Sam Weatherholt of California survive Mrs Groves Dr A A Simons Mrs Luuv Uregory and Mrs M J Behen of this city are own cousins The funeral and interment was at Tobinsport Thursday afternoon Rev A Powell officiating EXCITING EXPERIENCE HAD BY MR SAWYER Capt TF Sawyer had an excitingt experience cnthe Ohio river last Wed nesday night about 7 a clock His gaso line bout the ferryboat Katy and a barge were washed from their moor tings at the mouth of Clover creek and driven down the river by the current and a strong wind until they reached the old pier where they were tied up Mr Sawyer was alone on tne boats and was practically help less until aid came The rapid melting of the snow last Wednesday made a big crees but not until nightfall Mr Sawyer was uneasy about thH boats and the barge as the creek was full of neavy ice and he knew that it would be washed out when the biggest rush ot the water carne Early Iin the evening he heard ice cracking below the iron bridge and knew that the ice gorge would Boon come When ho got aboard his bunt he saw that he ouldnt have tme to go after help betore the boats wool J break loose When the rush of ice came down the creel it piled on and nronaa the decks of the boats pulled up the stakes to which they were fastened and dashed them out in to the river Mr Sawyer couldnt get his engine to going on account of frozen pipes and the boats and the barge all being lasheJ together drift ed helplessly down stream To add to the confusion it was very dark and a heavy winddriven rain was laling It was impossible to get the boats ashore because of the shore ice and all ho could do was to shout for help until reeonrers came and helped him tie up tnu crafts at the old pier The boats were not damaged but no doubt would have been it they had continued in their helpless condition further down the river CANNERY MANAGER MAKING CONTRACTS F D lhit neck manager tor the J T Polk companys local canning fatijory arrived in the city last week from Greenwood Iud and began making growers contracts with fur nurs ol the city and vicinity for the ensuing season Mr WIll teneok expects to be hero this week and probably next for the completion of the work The J T folk company handled in immense amount of apples peaches and tomatoes especially the latter in 1003 and 1004 at the branch can nery hbre and will increase their out put this ear if they can get a suffi dent quantity of raw material It is Mr Whiteneoks intention to make contracts with growers for 450 acres of tomatoes and 000 acres of corn This is to on contracted for on the same terms as last year and with growers here at Skillman Holt and Tobins port Few farmers outside of a radius ot seven miles will be solicited to make contracts as it does not pay them to deliver their own Htuff ai a greater distance Besides tomatoes and corn the can nery will handle apples peaches and other fruits if it can get thorn grown in Hiiflhlent quantities The corn reason begins the lost of July and the tomato season about the middle of MigiiBt No corn was canned last earIf the output demands it additions of will be built to the present buildings I and morepereons employed LCAPT ROWLAND GETS PAID ON WAR CLAIMS Capt J H Rowland of this city a mong many other Kentuckians is to get his Civil War claims paid This will come about through the operation of the Omnibus Claims bill which has passed both houses of Congress Capt Rowland is to be paid on two claims one of 238 and the other of 4t5 Both claims had been pending for twenty years or more Capt Rowland served several years in the Civil War in the Federal navy as a lieutenant commander The salary he received was for shore service when he should have received pay for sea service The clams were forthe difference the pal of shore service and sea service Jar lieutenant commander TO BORE OIL WELL Joe Cooper of Hawesville while in the city Friday said that Judge Wampler ot Louisville put a force of men at work last week cleaning out one of the old oil wells which was drilled just above Hawesville about ten years ago Judge Wampler has leased some land in Hancock county and told Mr Cooper of his plans to develop the oil interests Mr Cooper stated that Judge Wampler will bore for oil on the farm at Skillman belonging to W H Bowmer of this city after he has completed the work at which he is now employed KEEPS ONE GUESSING Many people said they never saw a heavy snow melt as rapidly as did the oneot last Wednesday At least six inches of snow and sleet must have fall en here yet it melted in less than twelve hours The frequent and sudden changes in the weather during January have the subject of much comment and have been kept everybody the weather man especially guessing what would come nex- tWEATHERHOLTJARBOE William Jarboe null Miss Annie Weatherholt were married last Wednes day morning by Father C JJrey at his residence in the presence of n few friends and relatives Mr Jatboe is n son of Mr and Mrs Walter Jurboe and Miss Weatherholt is the daughter of 3Ir and Mrs Jake Weatherholt All live in Knstliind addition A Urlm Tragedy- is daily enacted in thousands of homes as Death claims in each one another victim of Consumption or Pneumonia But when Coughs and Colds arc properly treated the tragedy is averted FGrHuntleyof Oakl ndon Ind writes My wife had the tion Humptioii and three doctors gave her up Finally she took Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds which cured her and to day she is welljmd strong It kiils the germs of all diseases Onn dose relieves Guaranteed at GOo and 100 by Short Haynes druggists Trial bottle free NOT THE DISCOVERER Chicago Chronicle William J Bryan dies hard FelIng the chills of eternal obscurity creeping over him he talks first about one thing and then about another in hope of attracting a moments notice His latest victim is President Roosevelt and hit latest bid for newspaper at tention is a eulogy on the President wdom he recently reviled Rather than attract nt attention at all the courts it by loudly proclaiming Pres ident Roosevelt the greatest Presi dent the country has ever hud Pour Bran Mr Roosevelt is a great Presi dent but Bryan d id not discover tbe fact READ THIS Louisville Ky June 13 1U01 DrEW Hall at Louis MuDear Sir I have suffered three years from Kidney and hladder troubles and one half bottle of Texas Wonder Halls Discovery has cured me and I can cheerfully recommend it Yours very respectfully J N Roberts 1810 Muple 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 emis sions weaK and lame hacks rheu matism and nil irregularities of the Kidnevs and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your druggist it will be sent by mail on- recaiptof f1 One small bottle is two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer P 0 Box 0211 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggists 6n icy CENTURY FEATURES Early numbers of The Century it 1 is announced will bring among other good things fiction from Alice Hegnn Rice Edward W Townsend Eden Phillpots Maud Wilder Goodwin Caroline Abbot Stanley Margheritti Arliua Hamm Kate Douglas Wiggin Maurice Francis Egan Anne Warner- qnd Helen R Martin and articles of ImportaLce and value on Korea and Its Emperor bv William F Sands former adviser of the empAror Tbe Everglades of Florida and Pnila delphin in Art A notable feature of the February number will be the story on The Boston SyrnpbonyOrohestra and Its Fonndersby Richard Aldrich illustrated with numerous portraits and sketches Early issues will con talc too articles on the miracles wonght by Luther Burbanks work inbreeding fruits nnd flowers edible cacti tbe white blackberry the plum cot etc eau- Trust Those Who Have Tried- I suffered from catarrh of the worst kind and never noped for cure out Elys Cream Balm seems to do even that Oscar Ostrom 45 Warren Ave Chicago 111 I suffered from Jcatarrh it got so bad I could not work I used Elys Cream Balm and am entirely well A O Clarke 841 Shawmut Ave Boston Mass The Balm does not irritate or cause sneezing Sold by druggists at GO cts or mailed by Ely Brothers 00 Warren St New York DAY AND NIGHT BANK New York Jan 13Wlth the ac quisition r f a f900 000 site at the corner of Fifth avenue raid Forty fourth street a district of fashionable restaurants and hotels the directors of thA First Night and Day Bank have completed plans for opening that unique institution probably within a few months The bank which will be open togetherv with its safety de posit vaults day and night has n capital of 2UOOUO and surplus of 1500000 In connect on with the purchase ot a site for the bank it is related that the property has changed hands twice within n year netting n profit to the sellers in that short period of 300000 A Bad lead 1s one that is all stopped up with a cold You can not breathe freely your throat iscore your chest is tight Paracamph will relieve such conditions instantly It never tails and has saved thousands from Pneumonia Get n bottle todoy MUST BE REBUILT New York Jan 13learful lest tbe strain to which the Brooklyn bridge is being subjected will weakn- it to such au extent thnt a great catastrophe might be possible1 fIIglI neers of the department of bridges are reported to have determined that the structure must be almost com pletely rebuilt To do this it will re quire at least two years and meanwhile traffic between New York and Brooklyn will have tobe diverted to j the Williamsburg bridge tne new Manhattan bridge anti to the Brcok lyn subway tunnel now in course of construction Four or five years may elapse before this cin be accomplish ed as great traflio problems will have to be solved beforehand HenryWattersons WattersonsLetters Europe Will Be A Leading Feature of Th- eCouriereJournal During 1905 THERE WIIL DE MANY OTHER ATTRACTIVE DEPARTMENTS ALL GOING TO MAKE A COM PIETE NEWSPAPER Moll Rates Dally CourierJournal 1 year 6 Dally and Sunday 1 year8M- eekly 1 year1COURI- ERJOURNAL COMPANY LOUISVILLE KY By a Special Arrangement you can get tlte- BRECKENRIDGE NEWS and the WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL both one year for only 150 This is for cash subscriptions only All subscriptions under this combination olTcr must be sent through the URECKENRIDGE NEWS OFFICE Cloverport Ky I nn HOME 07 VHTOL To People with Weak Lungs You know that for centuries Cod Liver Oil has been considered the best medicine for throat and lung troubles but its nauseating effect upon the stomach made it impossible for many to take it Nowa days Vinol accomplishes greater results for while it is a Cod Liver Oil prepara tion it is entirely free from oil or grease and therefore it is fast taking the place of oldfashioned Cod Liver Oil and Emulsions Respectfully SHORT HAYNES Druggists START RIGHT FARMERY- ou have tried shipping direct far mers elevators and capital stock con cerns You have tried buying cheaper and to regulate every business on earth but 3 our own They nave all failed and the reason why is easy to see if yon have hnlf horse sense Now try to regulate your own business in its vital part viz the financial end Instead of trying to regulate nnd control other peoples business control your own- Control your marketing to meet the demand and yon wont need to do an other thing Then you will make the price and no power on earth can prevent All you need to do thig is the A Srof E and all the A S of E needs is youUpToDate Farming CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the 7 j Slgnturoof I PARKERS 1 HAIR BALSAM Clcannd bnntifici tie haIr gmrthNever I ColorKura 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your I7g Subscriptions may be new or renewals Order at once before this offer Is withdrawn SEND ORDERS DIRECT TO BRECKENRIDGE NEWS Cloverport Ky rfr4sia sb5 1 J i The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY January t8190- 5tiARDINSBURG County court convenes next Monday I Ifrom Cloverport Alliene Murray has returned Jule Jackson of Balltown was I the city Monday t Claude Mercar who has been ser y ionsly ill is improving- Mr U W Brite and family will rev WOVA to Lewisport this week John PHaswell Jr was in Owens businessr1 i was the Ladles Atteruoon Club lust Saturday A R Ktncheloe and H C Murr were in Stepheunport Monday on I gal business Quarterly meeting services will be l held at the M E cnuroh on Suturday and Sunday The Rev Dr JD 1Vuls 1 will conduct the services i tins Brown and W F Hook le Friday for Frankfort to oonsult the i Attorney General as to whether or not 3 3tt persons living in the Glendeane f rennet who were omitted oy the ns stvor to the number of 300 and who i were listed Icy the Board of Supervis era should be notified oy the Sherifft I the fact that they were Bo ni At the rate usually pain the r Hhmff it would cost the county S150 The senatoriall primary is only ten has awy iHullhu friends of rack can r tlIate are doing some Ull liustlii Is fir as ymr correspondent has ieeii j at lt to learn the claims of the friends tjf tie two candidates are as follows TJi county is claimed by Owen by f i MIII un to 500 while Kichardson SO i vtiI1i be beaten here by only 110 to I 1 in vales As to Meiue county RIch- ardson says his majority will not he less than 500 while Owen insists lh Mende will give Richardson only about 200 majority Hancock county is t enigma in this race and the vote in will determine the result Owen friends say he will receive 1iO in that county but Richardsons supporters will not admit that Owen will carry the county by more than IsO votes The above is a very fair statement off the claims of the two candidates The voters will probably believe the one the other as their preferences dictate Sickening Shivering Pits of Ague and Malaria can be relieved and cured wtih Electric Bitters Thl is a pure tont c medicine of espe cial benefit in malaria for it exerts a true curative influence on tho disea3eI driving It entirely out of Ihe system It is much to be preferred to Quinine having none of this drugs bad after effects E S Munday of Henrietta Tex writes My brother was very low with inilHrtnl fever and jaundice til he tons Electric Bitters which 8 ved his life At Short of HaonesI drugstore price Otto guaranteed TARFORKI LC Taul went to Jolly Monday T H Chancellor was iin CloverportI tJJ Friday Bert Wells children have whoopin- cough Mrs Annu Marlow was in town1iRI shopping a few days since Miss Emuii Burdette was a guest of Miss Maggie Keenan during the hol idustt Mr W goner who is in the Sawmill1 I business hero returned to his home on Hires Run Friday Mr and Mrs Will Mason of nea Piggtth visited her sister Mrs T H Chancellor recently Mr sad MM Luther Pateof Clover oreetf visited her parauts Mr and Mrs Jilt Burdette last week r The local union of the A S of ECwhich way organized here some I ago is increasing in membership Dr Howard was at Joe Boards Thursday to see a sick child which hat lingered weveral months and is tt- a in serious cn lttin I i AjjersA I I j v ed Ayers Cherry Pectoral Itj quiets tickling throats hack j ing coughs pain in the lungs It relieves congestion s- ubCherry ed PectoralJdues inflammation It heals strengthens Your doctor willIexplain this to you He knowsaall about this cough medicine j We have need Ayer Cherry Iectorat In our fuiiirjr tar fi Tear for throat utni IMIII trouble and we ililtik no inetllpiiir viii isii i MILS A JOMBIIOV Apjileton MIIIII L I 11All1 or Weak Throats 4Ayors Pills greatly aId recovery Purely vegetable gently laxative t 4 SCRATCHED DAY AND NIGHT inLady Suffered Tortures with Itching Scalp HumorOne Box of Cuti cura Ointment and One Cake of Cuticura Soap Cured Her WILL NEVER BE inWITHOUT CUTICURA My scalp was covered with little pimples and I suffered tortures from IYthe itching I was scratching all day- e and night null I could get no rest I washed my lead with hot water and Cuticura Soap and then applied the Cuticura Ointment as a dressing One boxofCuticura0iutnicntandonecakeof myb19 entirely my is growing splendidly I have used Cuti ttcurn Soap ever since and shall never bewithoutit signed Ada C Smith 309 Grand St Jersey City N J CUTICURA GROWS HAIR Crusted Scalps Cleansed and SoaphAssisted by light dressings of Cuti curs the great skini cure This treatment at once stops falling hair removes crusts scales and dandruff destroys hair parasites soothes irri themhair follicles looseus the scalp skin supplies the roots with energy and nourishment and makes the hair grow upon n sweet wholesome healthy scalp when all else fails Complete external and internals treatment for every humour from pimples to scrofula from infancy to SoapOintmentof all druggists for one dollar A atsingle set is often sufficient to cure the most distressing cases Chocolttecan- It CorpJrendSJos Keenan Sr who sustained a painful injury to his arm by falling from a wagon is seemingly well but he hasnt the proper nse of the injured member yet orBIG SPRING Mr and Mrs Meyer have ratnrned from Louisville- s lien Clarkson was in Owensboro last week on business Raymond Moorman was the guest of Miss Bertie Willet at Groveland Sunday Lum Craycroft Jr is visiting his sister Mrs Charlie McIntyre of Springfield Mrs Tindell and son of Garrett were here this week visiting her daughter Mrs Jack Collins Miss Carrie Millwnrd of Louisville is here to spend sometime with her sister Mrs John D Meador M and Mrs Foster B Lyons of Irvington vleited her parents Mr and Mrs Harvny Miller since the holiday was in Louisville last t i week at the bedside of his wife who theret visiting her daughter Mrs Hungarlaud Rev Jnireer ot Sonora was called to fill the remainder of the year at the 1Baptist church and tiled his pulpit hire Saturday and Sunday Chamberlains Cough lade Remedy the Best- r j In my opinion ChaniDerlaiufl Cough reinedy is the best wade for colds ease Mrs Cora Walker of Port erville California There is no doubt about its being the best No other will o quickly No other Iid so sure a issso pleasnat and safe to take There are good reasons why it fliould be preferred to any other The fact is flat few people are satisfied with any other after hrtvlng once used this rev medy For sale by Short Haynes MATTINGLY IBorn Jan 11 to the wife of hli iTnul H girl Mr and Mrs Herbert Tinln visit friends on Beechfork last Sunday Sam Luslie give a party to the young people at his homo last Saturday night Wavy HawKins of Clnverport visit his undo M K Hambleton last I Friday Mr and Mrs N B Pate of this place are contemplating moving to Clovrrport some time soon Mr bud Mrs Lonny Taul of vistled his parents Mr Mrs W B Tanl last week Misses Marine and Jessie Seaton attended the party at Mr Lasleys Saturday night and weie the guests of and Mrs Fred Frank Sunday Miss Rilla Howard and Charley Howard attended the cousinII day dinner given by Mrs Thursday They report an enjoyable time Misses Judith Briokey and Mittie Pate of BeechforK attended the party at Mr Lasleys and wore the guests uf Misses Flora and Alice Brlckey Sunday LODIBURG Lizzie Bandy has returned from Lou isvilleMiss Mary Cashman is with her parentsH Norton went to Louisville with a car load of hogs Several from here attended Sunday school at Raymond btiuday Roscoe Avitt visited his uncle C L Avltt Saturday and Sunday Mr J T Hook of Vancouver Wash is visiting Miss Annie BGranr Our hustling merchant h C Har rellwas in Louisville several days last weekMiss Sullifl B Avitt and Otis Severs spent last week on the Hats guests of the Misses Brown Miss Annie B Grant and TtT Hook were the guests of Mr andMrs Old French one day last week Miss Nellie Cashman closed her school at Argabrights Friday with a nice treat Miss Cashtuan has taught a vorysuceessful school here PATESVILLEI Mrs Ollie Lynch is on the sick list Mr and Mrs Chas Simmons of near Balltown attended church hero Friday Rev Galloway failed to fill hisreg nlar appointment at the ME church SundayMiss Lillie Clark of Dukes spent several days in town with relatives last week Mr and Mrs Ed Gabuert and children of near Victoria were n town Saturdaya F K Gordon of Owensboro was in town Sunray to spend the day with nis wife who is Ill Rev Oldham Wm Powers and G W Jarboe took dinner Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs J M Fawver Rev Lawrence who has been assist ing Rev Old hum in a protracted meeting at the Baptist church started to his home in Smatlhonse Ky Fri dayA number of friends called on Miss Ola Clark Sunday afternoon and of them were Misses Alhe Clark Mollie and Nellie Fawver Ada Frymire and Emma lark OASTOaX4 I Bears thoThe Kind You Have Always Boutfz Signature 7Y J I al 7dlL THE OLDEST MAN IN AMERICA Tells How He Escaped the Terrors of Many Winters J1 by Using Pe=ru=na Mr Brocks Age is U5- Years MR ISAAC UROCK BORN IN BUNCOMBE CO N C MARCH I 1780 Ills age Is US years vouched for by authentic record He says 1 attribute my extreme old ajje to the use of Peruna i Darn before the United States was formed Saw 22 Presidents elected Peruna has protected him from allchangesVeteran Shod a horse when 99 years old Always conquered the grip with i PerunaWitness in a land suit at the age of 110 years i Believes Peruna the greatest remedy of the age for catarrhal diseases BROOK a citizen of McLen ISAACcounty Texas has lived for 1J5 years For many years ho resided at Bosquo Falls eighteen miles west of Waco but now lives with his soninlaw at Valley Mills TexasIA short time ago by request Undo Isaac came to Waco and sat for Ins picture IItlLi hand ho held a stick cut from tho gravo of General Andrew Jackson which has been carried by him ever since Mr brock is a dignified old gentleman hhowing few signs of do crepitude His family Bible is still pre served and it shows that time date of his birth was written 115 years ago Surely a few words from this remarka blo old gentleman who has had 115 years of experience to draw from would bo interesting as well as profitable A lengthy biographical sketch is given of this remarkable old man in the Waco TimesHerald December 41898 A still more pretentious biography of this time oldest living man illustrated with a double column portrait was given the readers of tho Dallas Morning News dated December 11 1S93 and also the ChicagoTimes Herald of same date This centenarian is an ardent friend of Peruna having used it many years In speaking of his good health and extreme old age MrI Brook says Ask Your Druggist Free Peruna Almanac 1905 tr t 4 Ie OSlr Out JeAt Cloverport Ky Goods To Go At And Below Cost As I have rented a house in Owensboro Ky and will sell all cloth ing and groceries at and below cost and as I wont handle either in Owensboro I invite every merchant in the country and everybody else to come and get the benefit of the low prices for the goods have to go I will sell everything else at a very low price- II have one road wagon one delivery wagon two writing desks v one stove two oil tanks one selfmeasuring and one tin tank I have in the grocery line everything that is kept in a firstclass grocery ex cept sugar I have a lot of hay also i- II have in clothing about 1800 worth of stock in groceries about a 1500 stock I also have in stock about 2500 worth of shoes 300 to 400 worth of hats and about 3000 worth of dry goods notions etc Also a good many things carried over from Christmas in holiday goods- I mean business and my stock must go I will take lumber in exchange for desks and wagons i I W3T TILFORD iJ After n man has lived in tho world as long as I havq ho ought to have found out a great many things by ex perience I think I have done so One ot the things I have found out to my entire satisfaction is the t proper thing for ailments that are due directly to the effects ot the climate For 115 years 1 have withstood the changeable climate of the United States I havo always boon a very healthy man but of course subject to tho little j affections which are duo to sudden I changes in tho climate and temperature During my long lIfo I havo known a 5 great many remedies for coughs colds iand diarrhoea As for Dr Hartmans remedy r Peruna I have found it to be the tt best if not the only reliable rem edy for these affections It has f been my standby for many years and Iattribute mygood health and extreme old age to this remedy It exactly meets all my require ments It protects me from tho evil effects of sudden changes it keeps mo in good appetite it gives mo strength It keeps my blood in good circulation I have como to rely upon it almost enII tirely for tho many littlo things for Iij which 1 need medicine When epidemics of la grippe first began to make their appearance in this li country I was a sufferer from this disease f I had several long sieges with the grip At first f did not know i1 that Peruna was a remedy for this disease When I heard that la grippe was epidemic catarrh I f tried Peruna for la grippe andjj I found it to be Just the thingIIn a later letter dated January 311003 Mr Brock writes II I am well and feeling as well as I havo for years Tho only thing that bothers mo Is my sight If I could seo better I could walk all over tho farm and it would do me good 1 would not bo without Peruna 1 Yours truly i YvvcJ 1 For a froo book on catarrh address Tho Poruna Medicine Co Columbus O If you do not derive prompt and antis factory results from tho uso of Peruna wrlto at once to Dr Hartman giving aff full statement of your case and hp willII vice bo pleased gratis to give you his valuable adIIII i Address Dr Hartman President of i Tho Hartman Sanitarium Columbu Ohio for a for SURPRISE WEDDING Irvington KyJ tit 1 7 Special On Thursday Miss Kitnerine Hilf and Mr Fred Howard of IJnuidenbtrp greatly 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