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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r a It THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS 4ALLTHE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINTV- OL XXIX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY I 1905 8 Pages NO 28 r b r t I I i1 I I j i J i r r s t J I ifII j li i I r A n I1I n 1 I I I tIaa- rs I I I II RICHARD OWEN NOMINATED BY DEMOCRATS FOR STATE SENATOR I Breckenridge County Democrats Give Their Native Son Big Majority Of 392 Votes 44W NEWS PREDICTS ABOUT RIGHT Hardinsbnrg Ky Jan I1Spec- Ia1 A large vote was polled in the Democratic primary held last Saturday more than 1 GOO voters registering their preference in this county Owens majority in this county is 32 and in the district about JO The com plete returns from Meade county have been received but the returns from Hancock county show that one pre olnot Lyonia has not beAn reported Owens majority in the district misses the estimate published in the News on January 18 by only a few votes In the following table the vote in Breck enridge county is given by precincts PRECINCT Owen Klclmnlson Hardinsburg No 1 118 23 Hardinsburg No 2 36 34 Hardinsburg No Hll 24 Hardinsburg No 4 f0 42 Cloveiport No 1 30 10 CJoverport No 2 34 31 Cloverport NoJ 5U 50 Balltown 8 14 Stephensport 35 33 Union Star 62 78 Mooleyville 52 27 Webster 27 47 Jrvington 1i1IiBew- leyville 17 33 Big Spring 15 28 Custer 80 10 Hudson 40 li Mook 57 14 McDaniels 75 12 Glendeane 87 14 Rockvale 28 39 1007 015 A JORKECTION These lines are not written so much to correct an error as to call the at tention of every member of the American l Society of Equity to the import ant meeting to be held in this city by the tobacco growers of Brecken ridge and Hancock counties on next Saturday The questions to te consid ered at this meeting have been nub liehed in the News They are of vital interest to every farmer and every tobacco grower who is interested in the great movement that is being made to secure better prices is urgent Jy requested to attend It was stated in the News last week that the meeting was to be held by the tobacijo growers of Meade and Breckenridge counties when it should have been Hancock and Breosenridge counties Agonizing Bums are instantly relieved and perfectly healed by Bucklens Arnica Salve C Rivenbars Jr ot Norfolk Va wjrites I burnt my knee dreadfully j that it blistered all over Bucklens Arnica Salve stopped the pain and healed it without a scar Also heals all wound and sires 25c at Short Haynes druggists FRANK OWEN Frank Owen Greenwood is a newly arrived member of the household ot Pat Greenwood near town He came Sunday January 29 NEW DIRECTORY A new directory for the Cloverport exchange and the brancn exchanges at Hardinebnrg and Swphensport has been issued by tne Cumberland Tele phone company The directory also contains A directory of all the local and tne long distance toll lines in Kentucky Tennessee and Ind- ianaHoods Sarsaparilla enjoys the distinction of being the great- estr curative and preventive medicine the world has ever known It is an allround medicine producing its unequalled effects by purify big vitalizing and enriching the blood on which the health and strength ofevery organ bone and tissue depend Accept no substitute for Hoods but insist on having Hoods AND ONLY HOODS A PARTIAL VIEW OF THE EASTERN PORTION OF CLOVERPORT- This picture was taken from the Baptist church hill by W B Oelze the local photographer MRS A JONES DEAD The tollowing is from the Monett Mo Daily Star Mary Dimple Hayes was born near Hardinsbnrg Ky Mar h 22 1874 and there on September 0 1800 she became tbe wife of Dr Alva Jones Dr Jones had about one year previ ous to this date commenced the prac tics of his chosen profession in Mo nett and immediately after the wedding Dr and Mrs Jones came to Monett Their Beautiful home on Third street is the one they together panned and in which they have spent so many happy hours together But the sweetness and tenderness of aI pure womans love and the courage and manliness of a noble mans love could not seal the door against the last enemy death and early in the morning January 21 1001 she was not here for Jesus had taken her Sister Jones was converted when only a child of eleven years and un lied with the Methodist Episcopal church When she left her old home and came west she did not leave her church membership behind but at once sought her church and united with the Christian forces of Monett to do the Masters work She has been a consistant and earnest worker for Christ all her life In her death her church loses one of its most valuable and faithful members Not only her church but every church in Monett will miss her for her labor and love inspired others to love and labor Shu sang lauds praises and taught others to sing them The world is better be cause ot hAr life in it Bister Jonas leaves a husband a mother five brothers with friends numberless friends to mourn her early death Words are too weak to describe her worth Like pare gold her sweet ness and parity 01 character cannot be adaea to We mourn her departure but leave her asleep in the arms ofJ Jesus The funeral service was held at the residence Sunday afternoon at 430 tclook The towels were profuse and inpero Among the special ones were a harp of white flowers from Mrs Jones music class and a large cross of white rose buds from her husband Also anchors and other designs one from tne M E Sundayschool Deddes a profusion of bouquets from friends all desiring to add some tribute to her most estimaole lfe1 J W Needham HAVE NEW SIGNS New signs adorn the show windows- at Cnas Furrows barber shop and at Con Sippels shoe store HARDINSBURG ITEMS OF INTEREST Hardinsburg Ky Jan 30Spe cial Mrs Margaret May received news Monday of the death of her sis ter Mrs Bettie Rhodes of Sham bangb Iowa on January 29She was fiftysix years of age and leaves ia husband who is a son of John Rhodes deceased of Kirk j a brother Sam Beard j and three sisters Mrs A Goldman Mrs MartlnWeatherford- and Mrs May She lived out of the State a number of years but was well known here W S Ball organized a local union of the American Society of Equity at Kirk Saturday evening Twentyfive farmers joined and W A Downs Was elected president Gid Miller vice pre u dent and Frank McGary Seers HAS ONE OF THEM An article in Saturdays ouisville Times gives the Natural Curiosities and Historic Ruins of Kentucky Han cock county has one of the curiosities mentioned and many people in both Hancock and Breckenridge counties know of this place It says the following In Hancock county about three fourths of a mile from the Ohio rivet and about four miles from Hawesville ia a natural fortification This is a circular table of land surrounded on uU sides by a cliff from fifty to one hun died and twentyfive feet high which is impossible of ascent except in one place Near this fort is a burial place or mouud while the ground some years ago was covered with bones of human beings About one hundred yards from this place a spring Issues from a large rook which discharges a bituminous matterwhich smells like common tar Poisons in Food Perhaps yon dont realize that many pain poisons originate in your food but some day you may feel a twinge of dyspepsia that will convince you Dr Kiings New Life Pills are guar anteed to cure all sioKness due to poisons of undigested foodor money back 25o at Short Haynes drug store Try them DEEP SNOW The deepest snow of the winter fell here Sunday The snow fell continuously for over twelve hours Several times more snow fell Sunday than all last winter tary The soc ety represents about 150000 pounds of tobacco Hon D C Moorman of Glendeane was in the town Friday He gave it as his opinion thut a bill providing for a new site for the capitol tullding would pass and that the Hunt prop erty would probably be selected Jesse C Pains assistant cashier of the Kentucky and Indiana thank at West Point washere Sunday viitin his family He says West Point is on R boom and that there is talk of a 1000000 cement plant to be estab lished between that place and How aid Circuit court convenes Feb 13 There is a large appearance docket I LAND DEALS The following recent real estate deals are reported by Dr R L NewsomLewis Miller and wife to Norvin C Miller 150 acres on Beechfork creek near Iron Ore hill Consider ation 900 Jno A Blythe to Melissa Cbapin thirtythree acres on Hites Run creek Consideration 300 Melissa CJhapm to John A Blythe 133 acres near Rites Run Baptist cnqroh and touching on the turnpike Consideration 800 NO WEED USELESS New York Jan 28It naa been announced that the sum of 100000 allotted by the trustees of the Carnege institute to Luther Burbank the Cali fornia agriculturist will be paid to him in annual installments of 10 000 This sum will enable Burbank to devote his entire attention for that period to experiments with new grasses and vegetables ana it is expeotei that he will relinquish temporarily his business interests Many important discoveries have been made by the Californian at his home in Santa Rosa during the past twentyfive years He has worKed along the line nf seeking imperfect products in fruits flowers etc in order to make them of full value He claims there is no weed which will not sooner or later respond liberally to good cultivation and persistent selec tion BARELY ALIVE A recent letter received nere by relatives states that Guj Wool formerly of this cityia barely alive at his home at Lake Charles jua and no hope is entertained Jfcr Ihis recovery Mr Wood is ill of consumption an stated in last weexs News SPEAK AT ELKHORN At the Louisville Conference Mis sionary Institute at Elkborn February 1314 Rev W F Hognrd and Rev J C Hosteln eon formerly of this county have tbe following respective I topics What ot the History of Modern Missions and Our Mission Fields Mexico Brazil and Cuba What Are They Chamberlains Stomach aud Liver Tablets A new remedy for stomach troubles bilousness and constipation and a good one Price 25 cents For sale by Short Haynes BUYS 3 600 FARM Chas Mattingly a son of J C Mat tingly of this city hoe bought a tine farm in Oklahoma for whioh he paid 3600 Mr Mattlngly has beet living in Kansas for two years but will move to Oklahoma this year He formerly lived on the Dhunau farm near this city FIST FIGHTS ONLY- A number of fist fijznta Saturday the day of the Democratic primary reported from Stephenuport areI serious dowever came of them It is re ported tb at a large number ot men were drunk and nnrqly on the streets during the day No arrests were made because there was no officer in the town to make them ILL OF BRONCHITIS Postmaster Rowland has been confined to his home the past week with an attack of bronchitis whioh followed an attack of the gri- pAPPROPRIATE WORDS II A Pretty bull In Cloverport were the appropriate words ovr a picture of Mayor Lr Reids handsome residence in Sundays Courier Journal Many visitors here have been heard to remark on the prettiness of Mayor Reids new home VERY INTERESTING Garfield Ky Jan 31Spectal The meetng here last Friday an Saturday of the ministers of the Breokenridge association of Baptists was very interesting and considering the inclement weather very well rep resented by visiting ministers Meade Loyal To Richardson and Hancock Democrats Stand By Owen In Primary TWO CIPHERS FOR THE RED FOX Meade county was loyal to her na tive son and Hancock county to her lrlII otes were cast in Meade than in Han OCK it Is vary evident that Senator Richardsons following was not as troug in the former county as was Mr Owens in the hitter Out of a to al of xVJ votes polled in Meade conn ty Richardson received lOll votes and uwen KW the formers majority being iI1 Eight precincts out of nine in Hancock county gave Owen 471 votes and Richardson 45 votes Lyonia the only precinct that has not been re ported will give Owen a majority of from twenty to twenty live it is esti mated making his majority about 440 in the county It was acknowledged by both sides that the result ol the primary depended on Hancocks vote The vote of Hancock and Meade counties is given by precincts in tbe tables below Hancock County IKEC INXT Owin RIchardson Hawesville 17 27 Indian Creek Ii 6 Utility 42 1 Lewisport 111 8 Yellow Creek 100 8 Easton I 1 Pell vi lie iu 0 Patesville 26 0 Lyonia 471 45 Meade County PRECINCT Richardson Owen Garnettsville 52 11 Courthouse 81 ao jIg Spring 4G 24 Gaston 145 16 Woodland 40 27 Paynesville 113 9 Concordia 85 4 Wolf Creek 3S 4 Cedar Branch ao Ashcraft Gij ao t- GUG 16a HAD GOOD MEETING Deputy Prtsident E B Oglesby at tendad the meeting of the Hancook county union of the A S of E at Hawesville Saturday Mr Oglesby reports that the meeting was a very good one in point ot attendance and enthusiasm Local and national ques tions ot importance were considered and the questions as passed on sent to the national union at Indianapolis IN OELZES HALL Provision for holding the convention of Breckenridge and HancocK county tobacco growers next Saturday in Oelzes Hall nas been made by local members of the American Society of Equity HAS 25 MEMBERS 370 W Moorman has organized the Cloverport private library for another year The library has about twenty firo members each member furnishing two recent novels The books will be in stalled soon at Short Haynes drug store GO TO LOUISVILLE Irvington Ky Jan lSpecial Ernest Galloway and bride nee Hattie Cbilds lett Monday to make Louisville their tuture place of rest dencu BROTHER DEAD Irvington Ky Jau 31Speoial Mrs Mudd was called to Louisville last week on account ot the death of her brother Mr Watkins QUIET WEDDING Mr June Elder and Miss Lula May Smith were married last Wednesday morning by Fatner Brey the wedding being a quiet church affair NOTICE- d rSubscribers to stook in ice plant and I all others interested are requested to meet Mr Fort ut the BanK of Clover port Thursday Feb 2 at 1 oclock p in and perfect plans for organization of the company ff I I a 1 i a+ ri i C I n I tty a l f u y r Itt IrI Translated From the French by I aryLouise Hendee need pleasure OliO diversion run wii not turn them aside froth their uilssloi by making ttheta 1 laugh occasionally these people who see so many tens had griefs On the contrary you will give them strength to go on the better with their work And when people whom you know are In trial do not draw a sanitary cor don round then as though they hailI the plague that you cross only with precautions which recall to them their end lot On the contrary after show fug nil your sympathy all your respect for their grief comfort them help them to take up life again carry them a breath from the out of Iloo1ssOll thing in short to remind them thn- tinll misfortune does not shut them world Mil so extend your sympathy to those whow work quite absorbs them who are so to put It tied down The world Iis full of mien and women sac rificed to others who never have either rest or pleasure and to whom the least relaxation the slightest respite is a priceless good And this minimum of comfort could be so easily foundI for thorn if only we thought of It Put the broom you know Is made for sweep fag and it seems as though It could not bo fatigued Let us rid ourselves of this criminal blindness which prevents us from seeing the exhaustion of those who are always In the breach Relievo the sentinels perishing at their posts give Sisyphus an hour to breathe take for a moment the place of the mother a slave to the clues of her Louse and her children saerilko an hour of our sleep for sonic ono worn by long vigils with the sick Young girl tired sometimes perhaps of your WMifc with your governess tike the cooks apron and give her the key to the fields Yon will at once make oth ers happy and be happy yourself We go unconcernedly along besldt our brothers who are bent under burdens we night take upon ourselves for a minute And tillsI short respite would Kiittioi to soothe aches revive the llame of joy in many a heart and open up a wide place for brotherllness How much better would one understand another If he knew how to put himself heartily in that others place and how much more pleasure there would be in IllO I Move spoken ton fully elsewhere of systematizing amusements for the young In return to It here In detail but I wish tn sty in substance what can nt lu lui iillpit riliiitlil Ir vnii wol m j of great rifle pistol a of years of i caliber 1 make than of caliber made ALL A When iit was reputed that the recent election frauds in Denver were com mitted mainly by a number of claimedl thiitS a good son whyall the women outside of Colorado should be excluded the bal lot It now turns out that the over whelming majority of ipersons implicat ed in these frauds were men Will the sonic editors this is a good whall the men outside of Colorado should be excluded from the ballot Iff not will some member of the logica sx tell us wily not Stone Blackwell Startling But People thb world over were horrified on lernng of burning of a Jhicago in which hundred people lost their lives yet more five times this or over people from in Chicago durng the same with a passing notice one of these of resulted from a and could nave pre vented tbe timely of Chambe lains Cough A great many had reason to pneumon ia have nurdedit off by the prompt use of this remedv following is an instance of thin Too much in favor of Chamber lains Cough Remedy and especially for colds and influenza I Know it cured my Laura of a se vero and J believe saved her life when she was threatened pneu inonia W D Wilcox Logan New York by Short C Haynes Ky Jan 2iFivA hundred farmers arehere today at youtu to be moral do not Ita pleasures or leave to chance the of providing them You will perhaps say that young people do not like to have their amusements submitted to regulations and besides in are already and divert themselves only too much 1 shall reply first one nay suggest Ideas indicate directions opportunities for amusement without mak ing nay regulations whatever In the necond place 1 shall make you see that you deceive yourselves In thinking youth has too much diversion Aside from are artificial enervating and immoral that blight life Instead of making it bloom in splendor there are very few left today Abuse that enemy of legitimate use has so befouled the world that it is be coming dllllcult to touch anything but what Is whence watchfulness warnings old endless prohibitions One can hardly stir without encountering something resembles unhealthy pleasure Among young people of to particularly the self respecting the dearth of amusements causes real nufTering One Is not weaned thisI generous without Impossible to prolong this state of affairs without deepening the shadow round the leads of the younger generations I We come to their aid Our chill are heirs of a joyless world We bequeath thou cares a life heavy shackles and com plexities Let us at make an ef fort to brighten the morning of their days let us ourselves in their sports find them pleasure grounds to them our hearts and our home let us bring the into amuse ments let gayety cease to be a com modity export let us call In our sons whom 0111 gloomy Interiors send out Into street mind daughters moping in dismal solitude let us mul tiply anniversaries family parties and excursions let us raise good humor in our homes to height of an institu tion let the schools too do their part let masters and students schoolboys maul college boyssleet together often er fur amusement It will be so ranch the better for serious work There Is no such aid to understanding ones professor as to lure laughed In his com pany and conversely to be well un derstood a pupil be met elsewhere In or examination And who will furnish money 1V a uuestiou That is evactlv lilt WfNCH srBBRifle and Pistol Cartridges 0The proof of the pudding is eating the proof the cartridge is its shooting The popularity attained Winchester and cartridges during period over 30 is the best proof their shooting qualities They always give satisfac tion Winchester 22 cartridges loaded with IL Smokeless powder have the celebrated Winches IIr ter Greaseless Bullets which them cleaner to handle any cartridges this SUCCESSFUL SPORTSMEN USE THEM CONUNDRUM women newspapers rear from now assert that reason Alice True tin theater nearly six i than number flOOO died pneumonia year scarcely Every cusses pneumonia cold been by use Remedy who evey fear Tne sort canuot be said that daughter cold with Sold Owensboro neglect task that our day they overspolled that offer amusements that unclean that day from wine discomfort must dren hard questions with least Interest open funnily our of the our time must than class the hilt the by tending the county meeting of theI American Society of Equity They have raised 50000 to make advancesI on the tobacco crop Two factories I have been rented where the tobacco will DO handled and stored A Tight Chest Caused train heavy colds often leads to Pneumonia Paracamph will re lieve this condition instantly When applied it stimulates the condition and draws ont all inflammation You dont take it i rub it on Dont delay Wet a bottle and use it today RUSSIA AND AMERICA Russia iiil t VI IIIII IIti all times as large as the United States and Alaska but America has fiftythree times as many miles of telegraph and sends fif teen times as much mail Russia stands next to the United States as a grain producing countrybut average laborer there gets only one ourth as mush wigiaH in tie Unites StattesThe United States has twentythree times as ninny factories as Russia Russia produces onetwentieth as much coal and onesixth as much iron as is produced in the United States In Russia there are only ninety daily newspapers in the United States there are 2457 Russia has 30000 miles of coast hue but half of it is icebound The United States has 210000 miles ofrailways Russia has only 10000 miles of railways twothirds of it owned by the government Russias population inJOOj was 41 000000 population of the United States iO000000 the Simple Life By Charles Wagner error lieasure anti moneypeople take them for the two wings of the same bird A gross Illusion Pleasure like all other truly precious things in tills world cannot be bought or sold If you wish to be amused you must do your part toward it That Is the essential There is no prohibition against opening your purse if you can do It and tied it desirable but I assure you it is not Indispensable Pleasure mind simplicity are two old acquaintances Entertain simply meet your friends simply If you come from work well done are as amiable and genuine as possible toward your companions and speak no evil of the absent your suc cess is sure CHAPTER VI IT THY MEKCKXAHY SrilllT ANn SIMPLICITY have in passing touched upon a certain widespread preju WKdice which attributes to mon ey a magic power Having COllie so near enchanted ground we will not retire In awe but plant a firm foot here persuaded of many truths that should be spoken They are not new but how they are forgot ten I see no possible way of doing with out money The onlyI thing that theo vista or legislators who accuselt of all our Ills have hitherto achieved has been to change Its name or form But they have never been able to dispense wllh a symbol representative of the commercial value of things One might as well wish to do away with written language as to do away with money Nevertheless this question of a circulating medium Is very trouble sonic It forms one of the chief ele ments of complication In our life The economic dllllcultles amid which we I still flounder social conventionalities and time entire organization of modern life have cmled gold to a rank so eminent that It Is not astonishing to find the Imitrliiatlon of nun attributing to It a sort of royalty And It Is on this side that we shall attack the problem The term money has for appendage that of merchandise If there were no merchandise there would be no money but as long as there IIs merchandise there will be money little matter under what form The source of nil the abuses which center around money In a lath1 of discrimination liesII have conf ed ruder the terns and of merchainMse things which have no 11 tiii nun another They have I iTCCM tvtilrri Cane TTrmlncln1 A curious member of the vegetable kingdom has been discovered In the far east It Is a species of acacia which grows to a height of about eight feet und when full grown closes Its leaves together In curls eachI day at sunset and curls Its twigs In till form of a pigtail After the tree hits settled itself in this way for a nights sleep like must sleepers It objects to being dis turbed1 If touched it will flutter as If agitated and Impatient at the intermit thou of Its slumbers The oftener the foliage lIs molested the more violent be comics the shaking of the bunches and at length tile tree emits a nauseating odor which If Inhaled for a few mo ments will cause a violent headache Sloilicil the Ilnlii In the sixteenth century It Is alleged there was a successful effort made tof stop rule by the use of gunpowder Renvenuto Cellini tells us in his memoirs that when Margaret of Sims tIn enteredI Rome it rained heavily I pointed several large pieces of artillery In the direction where the clouds were thickest and whence a del age of water was already pouring then when I began to fire the rain stopped and at the fourth discharge the sun shone out Would Iliivn ITftu For HN Kyc Want to get off again do you roared the boss This will be the sixth time youve been off this week WhatH the trouble now I want to get my eyes examined sullenly replied the clerk Well get em carefully examined while youre about it Youll be look Ing for work after Saturday night Plttsburg Post The Little Thing Life Is made up of little things words nets duties pleasures They come to us one after another calling us out of ourselves or seem to rush hurriedly past us and they Icavo an Impress on our spirit and our charac ters are made or marred by their luau ence Rev H Lowry Grave Trouble Foreseen It needs but little foresight to tell that when your stomach and liver are badly affected grave trouble is ahead unless you taste the proper medicine for your disease as Mrs John A Young of ClayN Y did She says I bad neuralgia of the liver and stomach my heart was weakened and I could not eat I was very bad for a long time but in Eleotrio Bitters I found just what I needed for they quickly relieved and cured me Best medicine for weak women Sold under guarantee by Short Haynesdruggist 11 t GOo a bottle attempted to give a venal value to things which neither could have It nor ought to The idea of purchase and sale humus Invaded ground where It may Justly be considered an enemy and a usurper It Is reasonable that wheat potatoes wine fabrics should be bought and sold and It is perfectly natural that a mans labor procure him rights to life and that there be put Into his hands something whose value represents them but here already the analogy ceases to be complete A mans labor Is not merchandise In the same sense as a sack of Hour or a ton of coal Into this labor enter elements which cannot be valued In money In short there are things which can In nowise be bought sleep for instance knots edge of the future talent He who of era them for sale must be considered a fool or an Impostor and yet there are gentlemen who coin money by such tralllc They sell what does not belong to them and their dupes pay ficti tious values in veritable coin So too there are dealers III pleasure dealers In love dealers In miracles dealers in patriotism and the title of merchant so honorable when It represents a man selling that which Is In truth a com modity of trade becomes the worst of tigmas when there Is question of the heart of religion of country Almost oil men are agreed that to barter with ones sentiments hIs hon or his cloth his pen or his note is in famous Unfortunately this Idea which suffers no contradiction as a theory and which thus stated seems ruttier a commonplace than a high moral truth has Infinite trouble to make Its way In practice Trallle has Invaded the world The money changes are established even lu the sanctuary and by sanctu ary I do not mean religious things alone but whatever mankind holds sa eyed and Inviolable It IIs not gold that complicates corrupts mums debases life it is our mercenary spirit The mercenary spirit resolves everything Into a single question How much tIs that going to bring me and Bums up everything In a single axiom With money you can procure anything Following these two principles of con met a society mummy descend to a de Free of Info my Impossible to describe jr to imagine How much Is It going to bring me This question so legitimate while It concerns those precautions which each ought to take to assure his subsistence by his labor becomes pernicious US snnn na It ruiRsos Its llmltu The Sunshine of Spring The Salve that cures without H scar la DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Cuts Hums Boils Bruieea and Piles disappear before the use of this salve as snow before the sunshine of spring Miss H M IMiddleton Thebes Ill says I was seriously filleted with a fever sore that was very painful DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cured me in less than a week Jet the gen nine Sold by All Druggists IIiinuirN of the Inw Law and equity are two things which God hums joined together and man has put asunder When a prisoner in Justice Maules court was asked whether he had any thing to say why sentence should 1I0tI be pronounced upon him he replied wish Hod may strike me dead If I stole the ducks Manic waited for about a minute and then said Prisoner as Providence hits not Interfered I must Three months hard labor A mayor on taking his sent on the bench for the first time Informed the bar that during his year of ofilce lie would spare no effort to be neither partial nor Impartial Address of Sir Al bert Rolllt In London Are Ilrothcm Polite Are brothers polite to their sisters This Is not a suggestion for a silly season correspondence but a question of serious Import On the answer to It depended a sisters reputation when she was seen home to her boarding house after the theater by a young man Hiother cried the indignant lady who timid sat up to open the door to the lute comer That was no broth er Why I saw him raise his hat to you when he walked away London Chronicle rhe Cot of Impatience In the impatient mood we are apt to spend fur more than Is required in the doing of out work and this excess Is lost We cannot estimate the value of the power thus misplaced When the impatient mood becomes the habit of a lifetime you can understand that fail ure and perhaps loss of health and energy are Inevitable Emily S Boutou In Magazine of Mysteries Illn Until or Lout This payroll Is too big exclaimed tho manager of the Hamlet company Cant we got along with less people You might give up the ghost sug gested one of the gravediggers And tho manager wrongly thinking the suggestion referred to himself dis charged the humorist instanter Why Indeed f Why oh why remarked the observer of events and things will a wo man smile with delight when she sees u hat In a milliners window and frown when she sees the same lint on her neighbors head II Copyright 1901 By McClure Phillips Co nominates the whole life This is so true that It vitiates even the toll which gains our dally bread I furnish paid labor nothing could be better But If to Inspire me In this labor I have only the desire to get the pay nothing could jje worse A man whose only motive for action Iis his wages does a bad piece of work What Interests him Is not the doing Its the gold If he can retrench In pains without lessening his gains be assured that he will do it Plowman mason factory laborer he who loves not his work puts Into It neither Interest nor dignityIs In short a bad workman It Is not sea- to confide ones life to a doctor who Is wholly engrossed In his fees for the spring of his action Is the desire to garnish his purse with the contents of yours If It Is for his Interest that you should suffer longer he is capable of fostering your malady Instead of fortifying your strength The Instructor of children who cares for his work only so far as It brings him profit is a sad teacher for his pay is Indifferent and his teaching more Indifferent still Of what value Is the mercenary Jour nalist The day you write for the dol lar your prose Is not worth the dolor you write for The more elevated In kind is the object of human labor the more the mercenary spirit If It be present snakes thIs labor void and corrupts It There are a thousand reasons to say that all toll merits Its wage that cv cry man who devotes his energies to providing for his life should have his place In the sun null that he who does nothing usefuldoes not gain his live lihood In short Is only a parasite But there Is no greater social error than to make gain the sole motive of action The hest we put Into our work be that work done by strength of muscle warmth of heart or concen tration of mindIs precisely that for which no one can pay us Nothing bet ter proves that man Is not a machine than this fact Two men at work with the same forces and the sane mover ments produce totally different results Where lies tho cause of this phenom enon In the divergence of their Intentions One has the mercenary spir it the other has singleness of pur pose Both receive their pay but the labor of the one is barren the other lias put his soul Into his work The work of tho first Is like a grain of sand out of which nothing comes through all eternity the others work is like the living seed thrown into the Uwiugsville Ky Jan 25 Uncle Tommy Stephens who lives in the Odessa section ot this county is certainly not H believer in the rce suicide that according to President Roosevelt is H serious menace to fu ture generations Mr Stephens is ninetythree years old ind has been married four times and is the father of twentyfour children Ho has a large numoer of grandchildren and several great grandchildren The child ren are1 scattered all over the South and Weflnd are so numerous that Mr Stephens himself says that he cannot remember all their names nor where THE GREAT AMERICA Around it germinates ana brings rortn harvests This Is the secret which explains why so many people have failed while employing the very processes by which others succeed Automatons do not reproduce their kind and merce nary labor yields no fruit UiKiuestlonnbly we must bow before economic facts and recognize the dIm culties of living From day to day It becomes more Imperative to combine well ones forces In order to succeed In feeding clothing housing and bring Ing up a family lIe who does not rightly take account of these crying necessities who makes no calculation no provision for the future Is but a visionary or an Incompetent and runs the risk of sooner or later asking alms from those at whose parsimony he has sneered And yet what would become of us If these cares absorbed us en tirely If mere accountants we should wish to measure our effort by the mon ey It brings do nothing that does not Sad In a receipt anti consider as things worthless or pains lost whatever can not be drawn up In figures on the pages of a ledger Did our mothers look for pay In loving us and caring for us What would become of filial piety If we asked It for loving and caring for our aged parents What does It cost you to speak the truth Misunderstandings sometimes sufferIngs and persecutions To de fend your country Weariness wounds and often death To do good An noyance Ingratitude even resentment Self sacrifice enters Into nil the essential actions of humanity I defy the closest calculators to maintain their position lit the world without ever appealing to aught but their calcula tlons True those who know how ta make their pile are rated ns men oti ability But look a little closer How much of It do they owe to the unself ishness of the simple hearted Would they have succeeded hind they met only shrewd men of their own sort having for device No money no service Let us be outspoken It is difo to cer thin people who do not count too rigorously that the world gets on The most beautiful acts of service and time hardest tasks have generally little remuneration or none Fortunately there are always men ready for unselfish deeds and even for those paid only in suffering though they cost gold peace find even life Tho port thao vu To be Continued they live One eon was Milled in a coal mine in West Virginia several years ago bnt Mr Stephens says ne does not remember what his name was The giandcbildren are so num erous that ne does not know half of them probably and some of them he nas never se- enCASTOR IIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the7JSignature of 1 THE MOST PERFECT NewsGathering System on Earth IS THAT OF THE ST1 LOUIS GLOBEDEMOCRAT In addition to the service of the 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Subscription ToDay or Write for Free Sample Copy ADDRESS THE GLOBE DEMOCRAT CO ST LOUIS MO I a fi 1r y rr JJ lJ i f I t I to 1- k j I J11 ii 1- t I 1 I v t P I 4 jr r t t f nY a f po 4 t t I j I a rf f r JIiJ fr fra rijtt i a ff i Iti p 1 4 4 r t 4 Vif w h 1 r1r1- r I I r N44- tf The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY February 1 1005 ffHANCOCK COUNTY Events Among Our Neighbors Of Interest To Our Readers In Breckenridge County f Hancock Clarion Mr J W Bates who has oeen sick BO long with tuberculosis of the joints was able to be ont Tbursdny His friends are much pleased to see him on tne road to recovery Mr D B Denton of Chambers went to Uariield Breckenridge county on Monday to attend this afternoon f themarrlage of his daughter Miss i Lena to Mr Philip Snyder Miss Denton visited in Hancock county last t July and soon grew to be a favorite with all The City Council met in special session Monday morning to grant li cense to Messrs T L Caley of Cloy erport and Jas Mastersou of Tjoy to sell whisky in the Hawley corner recently vacated by the Hawesville Bans The saloon will open about Fri dayC K Moorman of near Patesville is announced today as a candidatefor Assessor subject to tho Republican primary Saturday April 1st Mr Moorman is one of the substantial men of the county a leader in his party and a veteran in Partys service If nominated he would undoubtedly add strength to the ticketand if elected he would be faithful in the discharge o his official duties I James Couty writes us to changes papet to Claremore Indian Ter- rifry Mr Gouty formerly lived at The family moved to Clov and his livery stable was burn ooniitermoved to Sterling Kansas They had not been there long when the son became afflicted with a most violent attack of chronic rheumatism They moved to Hot Springs Am for relief but failing to find it they are now going to Indian Territory with renew ed hope Young Couty is no better and the entire county will sympathize with the family in their misfortune OLIVERLYON The wedding of Mr Rice Oliver and Miss Rachel Lyon of Caster is announced to take place in the Meth odist church at Custer on the evening of February 12 Rev W T Daven port will officiate A GUARANTEED CURE FOR CHILLS Itcbincr Blind nieccllUR or Protruding Plies druggists rotund money If IAOOINTMENT falls to cure any case no mutter ot how longstanding Infl to 14 days First yourdruFRlsthasntwill bo forwarded postpaid by Paris Mcdl cIne Co Et Louis Ho TARFORK UNION REPORT Tarfork Union No1 A S of K organized WIth ten members now has a membership of forty Said union has fixed the price on all dark tobacco that is sound at eight cents round and burley at twelve cents and has ap pointed a committee of three men to sell the tobacco that belongs to the members of the union Dennie Sher ran Chas Tabehng and WAsh Robbins compose the committee The committee has made an esti mate of the number of pounds of to bacco that belong to the union and 11 L CUBES STOMACH R0 Lis- TT body gets its life from food properly digested Healthy digestion means pure blood for the body but stomach troubles arise from carelessness in eating and stomach disorders upset the entire system Improp erly masticated food sours on the stomach causing distressing nauseaWhenl the stomach becomes weakened and worn out and dyspepsia claims the victi- mThodfords BlackDraught cures dyspepsia It frees tho stomach and bowels of congested matter and gives the stomach new life Tho stomach is quickly invigorated and the natural stimulation results in a good appetite with tho power to thor oughly digest food You can build up your stomach with this mild and natural remedy Try Thedfords Black Draught today You can buy a p o from your dealer for 25c Ithe does not keep it send the money to The lihattanooga Medicjino Co Chattanooga Tenn and a package will DO mailed you j THEDFORDS BIACKBRAUGHT have placed the Hgnree ut about 150000 pounds When the buyer come to purchase the tobacco of this union the above committee and the owner of each crop will take the buyer to look at the tobacco Then if they agree the committee sells the tobacco to the buyer and sign the contracts with the buyer The tobacco must be nice ly handled and delivered in good order Then if any trouble shonld occur between the owner ot the tobacco and the buyer the trouble will be settled by the committee ana the buy or L 0 Taul NEW AUTO RECORD- In a geat automobile race on tno beach at Ormond Fla last Wednes day H L Bowden in his big 100 norse power machine made a mile in 84j seconds clipping the worlds re cord down four and fonrtifths seconds WORST IN YEARS The country was in the grip the latter part of last week of the worst cold wave in years In New York it was the worst since the great bliz zard of 188- 8Southern Indiana and Kentucky experienced thegreatest cold in several years the mercury dropping below zero at nearly every point last Wed nesday mOlDing At Middlesboro it went to 12 below and at many points as low an 0 In this city the temper ature was from 4 to 5 degrees below zero Howeerjt moderated Wednea dayand Thursday morning it was not as cold That Tickling In the Throat One minute after taking Une Min ute Cough Cure that tickling in the throat is gone It acts in the throat not the stomach Harmless good for children A L Spofford JjotmesUr at Chester Mich says Our little girl was unconscious from strangula tion during a sudden and terrible at tack of croup Three doses of One Minute Cough Cure half an hour apart speedily cured liAr I cannot praise One Minute Cough Cure too much for what ir has done in our family Jt always gives relief Sold by All Druggists DO THEY NOW The Winchester SunSentinel savs There are about twenty Southern Congressmen that are obtaining money under false pretenses They get this by claiming to represent a constitu ency largely of negroes but do not allow the negro to vote Ihey ought to be indicted There are also many timed twenty Congressmen Southern Northern Eastern and Western Congressmen who claim to represent the people of their respective districts Many ot those people are women but they are not counted as people and they are not allowed to vote Do these Congressmen really representlithe peoples utda Calvert Obenchain AS SUPPLEMENTS As a result of observation and reflection during a long life touching public men and measures In wide variety I would desire for my country three things above all others to sup plement American civilization from treat Britain her administration of criminal justice from Germany her theatre and from anv or every European country save Russia Spain and Turkey its government of cities Andrew D Whites Impressions of the German Emperor in the Feb ruary Century RAILROAD REPORT The twentyfifth annual report of the Kentucky railroad commission for the fiscal year which ended June SO 1004 has been given out by C C Me Chord chairman ot the commission It shows the total mileage of railroads in the state to be 3270 whereas the figures at the close of the fiscal year were 3 180 The gross receipts of all railroads in the state were 33047052 showing an increase over the pre vious year of 2830830 The report sets forth that in the year 0840 per sons were killed by railroad accidents in the United States and 70553 in jured fn Kentucky 126 passengers were killed and seventysix employes were killed maKing a total of 202 The complete report is a book of 250 pages Seventyfive paged are given to a synopsis of complaints giving the style of such complaint the action taken in regard to it and the result STATE CONVENTION We have before us a copy of the announcement of the TwentySeventh Annual State Convention of the Ken tucky Young Mens Christian Associa tion to be held jn the city of Owens boro Keb j6 19 Ig05 These conven tions are always looked forward to with great interest and attract wide recognition throughout the State because of their large representations of men from all parts of the State and the strong program presented There are to he several new and important features of the convention ibis year which will add largely to its efficiency Large delega tions from the seventynine Associations of the State are expected a aA ai8 NEWS AS GLEANED IILOCAL PART OF THE WEEK rA W4rwwiii vw vn rwMwN JNO WEATHERHOLTSHOME The home of John Weatherh It a threeroom dwelling on the farm of Jas 13 Fisher southeast of town was destroyed by fire last Wednesday about noon The family was at dinner and did not know the dwelling was on fire until the flames baa gained such head way it was impossible to extinguish them The fire is thonunt to have caught from a stick of wood which rolled out of the tire place Practically none of the furniture was saved and the house was a total loss The house was the property of Mr Fisher While at dinner in the kitchen a member of the family saw smoke issuing through the door leading into the living room Upon investigation it was discovered that the flames had spread allover the walls of tnu room adjoining the living room and that the latter room also was on tire The fire burned so rapidly that only some bedding clothing and a few other things could be saved Ir is thought that a stick of wood rolled from the fireplace in the living T room struck the dogiron was knocked back wards and in some way part of it burned its way through the thin partition separ ating the two rooms and in this man ner set tire first to the adjoining room in which there was no fire THE FREEZE OF 1857 The freezing of the Ohio at this point last week recalls the freeze or 1857 to the older citizens Mr A B Skillman came to this city on January 7 1857 and the river was frozen at that time Mr Skillman says the river remained frozen until March People who got out of lloua here because the boats could not run had to go to Fulls of Rough to hive their wheat ground and bad to cross the ice to a corn mill in Perry county Ind when they wanted meal OHIO FREEZES TIGHT With great cakes of floating ice Hose together and the temperature about the zero mark the Ohio froze tight at this point last Wednesday night as it did at many other places and navi gation wasof coursesuspended There was good skating the latter part of the week on Clover creek and Pattons pond and many of the young people of the town injoyed the sport The ice on the river was tco rough in many places to make good skating for any distance The test result of the freeze was the finest ice season of tne year and a number of ice houfes were filled WILL DOUBLE UP C P Polk of Sklllrnan while in the city Fndaysaid that formers who raised tomatoes at Skilluiau last year for the local branch factory of the J T Polk company of Greenwood Ind will increase their acreage this year some of them twofold Mr Polk says that the yield there is about 300 bush els to the acre which means an in come of about foO the acre to the grower ORGANIZE A CLUB About twentyfive members of the Headache Can be Cured with Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills If your nerves are subject to disturb ances such as Headaches Neuralgia Backache Rheumatism Menstrual Pains Sleeplessness etc their Jarring and Jangling can bo quickly ended with a Dr Miles AntiPain Pill Dr Miles AntiPair Pills are pleas ant little pink tablets which do not act on tho bowels nor do they have any disagreeable weakening or habitform ing1 effect on the system They are tho result of the latest scIen- tIfic knowledge on the subject of Pain and bring relief safely and quickly to the greatest sufferer You should always keep a box of Dr Miles AntiPain Pills In the house since you never know when pain may attack you and It Is wrong to suffer when your suffering can be so quickly relieved Dr Mlles AntiPain pms contain no opium chloral cocaine morphine or similar drugs and are sold by druggists under a guarantee to relieve you or pay your money back By relieving Pain Dr Miles Anti Pain Fills shorten suffering and lengthen life 25 cents Never sold in bulk I have used Dr Mlles AntiPain Pills when troubled with headache and find that one pill Infallibly effects relief in a- very short time I also use Dr Miles necessaryIgia of the head and find these pills of much benefit to me They are all that is claimed for them GEORGE COL GATE 219 Oakland St Ban Antonio Tex FREE Write to us for Free Triali Package of Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills the New BClentlllo Remedy for PaIn Also Symptom Blank Our Specialist will diagnose your case tell you what is wrong and how to right it Free DR MILES MEDICAL CO LIiORATORIES ELIcUAIIT JIiiD Subscribe for the NEWS younger set met Friday evening at the home of Miss Lula Severs and ot gnmzed the Good Time Club The club will be entertained every other Friday evening by one of the members The first meeting will be held on Friday evening February 10 at the nome of W B Uelze The following officers were elected Friday evening W B Oelze president Lawrence Murray vicepresident Miss Lula Severs sec rotary Misses Rhea and Mattie Willis will give u reception to tne younger set next Friday evening but this how over will not be an entertainment of the Good Time Club GOES TO CINCINNATI- W R Role and family left last week fur Cincinnati to reside Mr Reis came here abont a year ago from Owensboro though his nome was originally at CincinnatiHe had a position as machinist at the Henderson Route shops WORKS TO PERFECTION- The curfew law which went into effect cnJanuary 1 seems to be work ing to perfection as it has not been necessary for Marshal DeHaven to make a single arrest nor have there been any complaints made to him abont the law lie says the law would result in still greater benefit if it affected children under the age of sev enteen instead of fifteen GIVES DINNER PARTY Mrs C B Skillman gave a dinner party Friday afternoon at 1 oclocK complimentary tc her mother Mrs T B Youngand sisterinlaw MrsRobt Young of Morganfield The following were the guests Mesdames U W Short U W Moorman E T Hayues R E Moorman F P Payne 1 T Skillman J D Babbage A B Skill man and Leon McGavock DAUGHTER DEAD MM Chas Lamar of Utility Han cock county a daughter of Thomas L Wroe of this city tiled on Wednesday night of last week as the result of an attack of typhoid and pneumonia fev er She was also a grnnddanghterof Warmly Wroe a wellknown citizen of Hancock county MrsLaumr was about thirty years ol ago and besides her fatherhusband and four children leaves an own brother Dnrward Wrneof Chambers and several halfbrothers and halfsisters In this city Tnt funeral was held Thursday the interment being in the Lawson bury lug ground HANDSOME CANE W L McCracken who came home from Eddyville last week to vole in the primary made Marshal De haven the present of a handsome cane which was de in the State penitentiary at Eddy lie where Mr McCracken has a posi u as guard The cane is made of leather washers tightly strung on a steel rod and iulaid with motherofpearl Part of the handle also is of motherof pearl The cane is a handsome walk ing stick and is about as formidable looking n wpipon as a billy A Rid Hot Stove Burns when you touch it but Iii you have Paracauiph Frst Aide the In jnred handy and apply treely the pain is relieved quicky and it heals l wilujtit having an ugly scar There I is nothing uo good for BurnsCutsand Bruises as Paracamph Try a 25o bottl- ePROSPERITY EDITION The Prosperity Edition of the Henderson Daily Journal has reached this office Many pages of sketches and pictures of Hendersons public buildings manufacturing plants etc show how tlie city has prospered in re cent years The work contains a complete history of Kentucky a business directory of Henderson and other interesting and useful features The Journal deserves much credit for its Prosperity Edition ARE UP AND DOING Farmers are up and doing nil over the country in their laudable efforts to get better prices for their products While the tobacco growers are fighting the to bacco trust the cotton growers of the south are trying to put cotton up to an equitable price On important step they have taken is shown in the following dispatch front New Orleans under date of January 25 Firmly believing it to be the most important step in the solution of the cotton crop problemthe Southern Inter state Cotton Convention without n dis senting vote today declared in favor of a 25 per cent reduction in acreage and an equal reduction in commercial fertil izer and backed that action up with the adoption of a comprehensive plan to secure the support ol every farmer big and little in the cotton belt NNN N1111111N111NN1NNA I Bank of HardinsburgOFFICERS B F BARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier 2DIRECTORSj Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beard Dr A N Kincheloe D S Richardson iiInsured against loss by fire or burglary Interest paid on time deposits 00001001010N41111NNOON1010N11NNN the Breckinridge Bank Cloverport Ky Capital Stock 45100 Surplus 7000 Incorporated Organized in11872 W H BOWMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier DR F L LIGHTFOOT VPres CHAS B SKILLMAN Asst Cashier Accounts of Firms Individuals and Corporations solicited Any business entrusted to us will receive prompt and careful attention Storage place for packages in our fireproof vault furnished our custqmers free NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS Interest paid on time deposits C J u u First State Bank IRVINGTON KY W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VicePresidente H H KEMPER Cashier IIAccounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited E EInterest Paid on Time Deposits oo SaoaN I ssssssss r + THE i Fifth Avenue m HOTELLouisville PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr + trousers in high fabrics tailors H Co Dinnelton 01IITho most centrally located and firstclass hotel ID the city wailIng a- tt1200 rate one from tho principal shopping district and twoJblncVs from tho principal theatres Street cars pass the door to all 1 of the neat nndrclean IXO r c 5100111 +001001010N1N1NN 10000011101111010N111N f- II DAN BROOKS CO fi LIVE STOCK ANTSii i COMMISSION 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Library and photo pastes to boot JNO D BABBAGE School books etc u lAyers Pills beardI BABBA- GEAttorneyatLa Act directly on the liver They cure constipation biliousness sickheadache Sold for 60 years totirer5 BUCKINGHAMS DYE rini era or siwioun us 1 r lull 6 co fcAauu a U n i b 1 Y i a Jb 1 ti I iv S i IV if S vPi vvif i f iA r I i viV V v f T fIj t- t I j H rot f WVr 1 i lIViVo lur1 1 ifI i fa tt- a ti t- l tr tr t- t l 1 J a j = If t tr t E t fI r i I f V x I f I F i THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D and V G BABBAGE Editors and Proprietors edncsdIIssued Every Subscription Trice 100 a year or SL25 if paid at the end of ycnrI CARDS OF THANKS over live lines charged for at the rate tof 10 cents per line- 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 plense notify us- Wrheu n ordering a i I1crieo iin the address subscribers should give their old as well as the new addr- essEIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 1 1905 I THOUGHTS Ln not at till neither in a little thing nor in a irreat neither 11 the substance nor in the circumstance neither in word nor deed tlllt is pretend not what is false cover not what is true and let the measure of your aflirmation or denial be the understanding of your con tractoi for he that deceives the buyer or the seller by speaking wha the other is a liar andintended understood byis true in a souse not or a tll1cfBishop Jeremy Taylor AFTER TIlE PRIMMtT The old Reel Fox is in mighty tough luck He hadnt the proper backing He trusted too much to men like Buck And the Hllon Bill McCracken Front the Lodiburg Poet at the Shops A winter without a blizzard is no winter at all Tm red fox class of politicians is done for It should be a wrI fling w I IT will not be the voice of the politician or the demagogue that I will be heard in the farmers meeting but the voice of conscience pleading for its rights subscription now while you have aDONT forget to renew your chance to make a guess in our contest It will be your last chance It a fortune for 1 A friend of the NEWS sends congratulations and says You did well Red fox tails for sale cheap Whiskey bottles are smashed No more fine cattle to leave the asylum HKKES our congratulations to John T Ditto Its a boy and we will bet him a new hat that he the boy votes the Republican ticket when his time conies We know his mammy TUB sight of staunch Republicans like Senators Lodge and General Miles is ainSpooner standing up as champions of Democratic forecast of an em of fraternal feeling that shall rise above politics Philadelphia Inquirer AntI of the tobacco trust and the men who represent it doesnt train anything for the farmer The farmer has plenty of ground to stand on without abuse Abuse smacks of politics and the politician There is no room for abuse or politics in the farmers movement THOMAS V LAWCOX the frenzied financier seems to have beet the moving spirit in the great boom at Grand Rivers several years ago Some of our nearby neighbors had a sad experience with Tom to the tune of many thousand dollars Tom will bear watching yet TUB NEWS was the only paper in the district that made a light for Dick Owen The other papers were at heart for him but they had nt the backbone to come out and my so They wore afraid of hurting their party It wasnt a case of party with us but the man and his fitness The man is above party with us WK congratulate the Democrats on their choice for state senator Dick Owen iis a good clean man and will make a good representative The News takes pleasure in saying that it will heartily support him with its vote and influence We hope the Republicans will not put out a titan against him but give him their hearty support Send him to the Legislature a man representing the whole people free from any party bias and free to act for the best interests of the whole peo ple and we think he will do it There is not enough in the office to tight over or to scramble over THE farmers meet in this city next Saturday They meet for a common cause vital not only to them but to every other class in the community On their success depends not only the success of the farmer but the merchant the banker the mechanic and the laborer This movement of the farmer is not seeking any undue advantage of any business and they are not soaking powers to which they are not legitimately entitled The farmer is entitled to every advantage that he can get in a fair and legitimate way He has been the burden bearer long enough Ho is waking up to his own interests and wo are heartily glad to see it The farmer is our neighbor and our best friend he is the friend of the corporation as long as that corporation treat hun right and does not seek to oppress him He has built up the corporation raised its products at starving prices for years while the corporation has been making money and enriching its stockholders Isnt it time for the corporation to stop and consider Treat the farmer like he had some rights divide some of their big profits with the men who have helped them make it We are not opposed td cor porations or trusts we believe they have rights as well as individuals We believe in respecting their rights as long as they do not oppress the people and we believe further that there should be even among corporations a certain concern for the welfare of the people for on the success of the whole people depends the success corporation interests In this fight of the farmer the corporation has a chance to show itwj hand meet the farmer half way show him sonic consideration meet him on common grounds and adjust matters It is not none sided fight by any means The corporation may have the money and the brains but ono thing they must have to satisfy the farmer and thatfis equity THIS CATARRHI nv I Is sure to GIV- ESatisfaction Elys Cream Balm OnceIeased membrane It fEVERdrlcsIn tiff lend cjulckly It Is absorbed Heals and Protects the Metntrane Restores the Senses of Tuste and Smell Full size Mo ut dru ulsrs or lhv mall Trial Size lOt by mall ELY ItROTII1 hL wiSvurren Street S Y ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR COUNTY JtDOE tjE are authorized to announce Henry DoliareD Moormau as a candidate for County Judpo of Hreckenrldce county sub ject to the action of the Democratic party FOR REPRESENTATIVE tIIe are authorized to announcn Selby n I7 McCracken as n candidate for Represent ative from Breckenrldpe county subject to the action of the Democratic party lI 7 11 1 n W A Walker ftl DENTIST k iht Satisfaction guaranteed v llPatronlzo your home dentist 1 J h11Office over Klncheloes Drug Store 1 Jt rlHARDINSBURU KY r 3= = = JNO T DITTO JR Born to Mr and Mrs Jno T Ditto Decatur Ill on Thursday January 20 a son Jno T Ditto Jr strength is one of the distinguishing attributes of a healthy man In one ol the most beautiful poetic flights known to literature the inspired singer finds no finer figure to express the suns majestic rising than rejoicing like a strong man to run a race Who has not known such a man the picture of health hardyand athletic suddenly begin to fail At first he has a slight cough which he laughs at Presently the cough becomes deep seated The scales tell him he is bleedflesh A little later and the lungs weaker and more and more emaciated Each day sees some circum scribing of his activities until at last he does not leave the house and friends shake their heads and say Poor fel low Who would ever have believed it possibleBut are tle doctors doing all this time Doing their best probably but usually doing no lasting good The emaciation grows more marked the weakness more apparent until at last the sick man hears the sentence Theres no hope It is just at this very point of hopelessness that the use of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery has proven the first step to health to many a suf ferer It cures the cough stops the hemorrhage heals the lungs puts sound flesh upon the body and sends the man back to the activities of life as strong as ever Its a 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medicine I had a regular consumptive cough of which I was afraid and everybody cautioned and warned me concerning it I vas losing weight rapidly was very pale and had no appetite whatever Now my condition is changed en tirely I do not cough at all have gained eight pounds in weight leave recovered my healthy color and my appetite is enormous I can recommend your medicine to everybody who may be in need of the same as it Is a sure cure no humbug as are most other patent medicines and is far superior to all similar medicines THE DOCTOR WAS WRONG When I commenced taking your medicines eighteen months ago my health was completely broken down writes Mrs Cora L Sunderland of Chancy ville Calvert Co Md At times I could not eren walk across the room without pains in my chest The doctor who attended me said I had lung trouble and that I would never be well again At last I concluded to try Dr Pierces medicines I bought a bottle of Golden Medical Discovery took it and soon commenced to feel a little better directed me to take both the Golden Medical Discovery and the Favorite Prescription which I did Altogether I have taken eighteen bottles ofGolden Medical Discovery twelve of the Favorite Prescription and five vials of Pellets I am now almost entirely well and do all my work without any pain whatever and can run with more ease than I could formerly walkDr Pierces Common Sense Medical Adviser 1008 large pages and 700 illustrations is sent free on receipt of stamps to defray expense ofmailing only Send 31 onecent stamps for the book in cloth bindingonl21 paper covers are desired AddressDr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y NOT ALL FROZEN The Ohio In frozen over in front of this city but is open at POInts bewteen here and Louisville and also be weenI heie and Ovvensboro ThermometersA towards maintain 1 ing an equable temperature iin the house a source of satisfac tion when the frost is on the window pane and you arcI curious to know how cold it iis- ii outside11ro have just tho thing you want In addition I to the thermometer there goe with it a color baronet which foretells all we Itho changes from 12 to 2i hours in advance Send us 25 cents and we will send you one tby mail post paid Or beta still send us a dollar for n years subscription to the NKW and wo will send you one free We only have a limited nun her of these Send your ordoi at once and get one before they are all gone J D BABBAGE Editor BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT K- Y1IARDINSBURG Owen Knox Richardson out Charles HDrnryof Bewleyvlllewa s- In the city Monday C V Robertson spent Saturday at Ulendeane Mrs Orrin Eardtn is visiting Dr and Mrs A M Kincheloe Mis3 Ada Hendersonof Webster VItS the guest of Miss Leila McGary Coleman E Haswell spent Sunda and Monday here with his amily Dr WA Walker w ut to Vine Grov Tuesday on a professional visit Charles Fisher and Joe Howard of Rockvale were in the city Monday Henry Mcorman returned nome Fri day from a business trip to Millwood Miss Mattie Hook entertained tbe Ladies Club last Saturday afternoon Thomas J Moore spent Friday an d Saturday at McD mels visiting his par entsLonnie Smith after an illness of a few nays is able to be at his shop againCharles L Beard left Monday CJr Burgin to visit his sister Mrs A S Edelen Henry M EsKridge of Louisville is visiting Mr and Mrs Morris Eak ridgeBarney Squires is thinking of moving to town if he can find a sui table residenceJudge J H Wills ot Cloverport was the guest of Mr and Mrs Alfre Heston the first of the week MISS Annie Payne of Bewleyille was the guest of Mr and Mrs Joel H Pale a few days of last week Miss Allieno Mqrray entertained Mies Minnie Murray and her guepts Misses Thompson and Green Friday eveningMisses Thompson of Louisville and Jennie Green of Falls of Rough were the guests of MIPH Minnie Mnrra last week Charles Hubbard of Hogdenville the popular life insurance agent rep resenting the Northwestern was into wn Friday Dr J D Walsh of Louisville preached two excellent sermonslat tb M E hnrcb Sunday Dr Walsh Is the presiding elder of this district Uncle Dick Shellman has announced his candidacy for jailer subject to the action of the Democratic party It will taKe a pretty popular man to defeatit him MATTINGLV Geo Taul is on the sick list George Walls has moved here R C Mattingly has tilled his ice- house with firstclass ice ClarK Owen bought five fine hogs from Mr Wells near Pisgab ClarK Owen has been sick at his home at McQuady since last Saturday Miss Nellie Whitehouse of Clover port is visiting friends and relatives hereClint Frank and famil contemplate moving to Evansville some time soon M E Hambleton and wife visited her mother Mrs Mildred Hawkins aat Sunday Wave Pate and wife will go to 11 onsekeeping at his home on Beech fork this week t Miss Mamie Seatons school at this place will close next Friday She will give her pupils a treat This is her third term M E Hambleton has discovered a valuable bed of sand on his farm near this place suitable for molding par I poses at iron foundries i Misses Hilla Howard and Settle i Pate attended the HooKPate wedding i last ThursdayIMisses Nola ani Mirtie Furrow en tertained a nntnoer of their young friends last Suturdaj night to an old fashioned candy pullin- gGARFIELD C S Board who has neon very sick is able to coup again David Allgood who has been very low with lagrippe is no better Mrs Amanda Scott woo has beet very sick for some time is better Rev N G Cnndiff has changed hu appointment from the fourth to the first Sunday in each month I Rev J F Morton and wifeof Clov erport are visiting her parents Mr and Mr S Triplett Visa Mary Snyder who has been visiting her mother at Hardins burg for several weeks is back again Mra Charles Conkling and daughter Miss Andry of LietchUeld are visit ing relatives and friends here Mrs Minor L Gregory nee MISS Melvinia Mercer celebrated her 84th birthday January 27 at her home near Eveleigh Airs Laura Hardin and children of Henry county who have been vis sting her sisters Mrs O M Priest and Mrs R Wh tworth have return ed home The marriage of Mr Philip Snyder and Miss Lena Denton was solemnized at the Baptist church here Jan 25 Rev EB English officiating Ver non Mattingly and Miss Mary Snyder were the attendants RevCleaton or Louisville preached at the Bap a very interesting sermon tint church Sunday at 11 oclock and Rev Bozarthot Indiana at the Pres byterian church at night Rev Bo zartn and his estimable wife formerly lived here END IS IN SIGHT Franktort Ky JAn 2iA point was reached today in the proceedings of the General Assembly from which the close of the oxtra session ot the body is in sight It will probably come with the last of next week and its termination will see provision made for a new site for the 1000 QUO Capitol Tnis is the opinion tonight of the leaders of the two houses and of those who have been watching with much interest the steps being taken from day to day during the past two weeks TOBACCO NOTES The Continental tobacco company on lost Saturday purchased 20000 pounds of Burley trom W G Greene at Mt Sterling at twelve cents straightTodd county tobacco growers have set their acreage for 10P5 at five acres for every fifty acres ot land News from President Hawkins is to the effect that the Burey Tobacco Growers associationis a settled fact Take Laxative Quinine Seven MHBoa bases soW 12 months This I NEWI SHOE h iti STORE I I n of men women it1 and children at ft myshop on Call Stock main r m ft Conrad Sippel 1 1Thei Shoemaker krPISOS CURE FOR CURESWHEREALLELSE FAILS Best Cough Sirup Tastes Good Use 1a time Sold by druggists CONSUMPTION DIES SUDDENLY A sixmonthsold child of Barney Bridwell colored died very suddenly Saturday night A TEXAS WONDER- One small bottle ot the Texas Won der Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emis sions weaK and lame backs rheu matism and Jill irregularities of the oldness and bladder in both men land women regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your drngglst it will be sent by mall on receiptlof 1 One small bottle is two months treatment and seldom falls to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer P 0 Box 029 St Louis MoIISend for testimonials Sold by nil druggists S READ Richmond Ky Feb 9 1901 Dr E W Hall Louie Mo Dear Sir I have used one bottle of thA Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery for kidney and bladder trouble I weighed ICO pounds when I began usingit today I veigh 176 pnodnds an I feAt better than I haven twenty years and I cheerfully recommend it to the public Respectfully John A Riddle C P Polk of Sklllmau was here Friday FAMOUS FRUIT LANDS OF THE EAST TEXAS COUNTRY Home of the Hlberta peach the strawberry plum pear tomato and other rusts and vegetables Big money in growing for the northern markets On February 7th and 21st March 7th ml 21st round trip homeseekers tickets ram St Louis Thebes Cairo or Memphis to Texas points at rate of one fare plus C2 not exceeding 15I One way colonist tickets at half fare plus t2 on February 21st and March 1stWrite for booklet on Texasfrult1ands- map and time table LOSCHAEFERTPAC- otton Belt Route Cincinnati O Are You Going to Build any of the Above mIf so we want you to write to us about the lumber you will M WI need Our prices are right and we will bo sure to satisfy you K- jjl JP Will Coi8 LOUISVILLE 8 M 7 7 rI persons owing the estate of M Haraman or M Ham I man Son are requested to call and settle with C W Hamman All persons having against the estate to pre same properly proven I A HAMMAN Executrix I r To Cure a u Cold in Day Bromo Tablets in past Signature St Qua Grip in Two Days r8 hleopenCdm strcetm THISr LUMBERMEN KENT- UCKYNOTICE IAll LuLuchasms One 1 on every box 25c I 4 u A- i R ld l i J l f trPrPr- w r 1d HI i IfI Ify If Ifi I i 1 t t t I IIII i Ir ff it t 1 i JI If TuttsPilisl After eating persons of a bilious habit i will derive great benefit by taking one I of these pills If you have been DRINKING TOO MUCH they will promptly relieve the nausea SICK HEADACHE and nervousness which follows restore the appetite and remove gloomy feel ings Elegantly sugar coated Take No Substitute The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY February 1 lOOo Fresh breadYoG Babbage A Son Jesse Marlow went to Hawesville Friday il11iss Grace Plank went to Louisville FridayThree large mackerel 25 centsBab bage So- nPortrntelatest styles and fancies W B Oelze J C Crutcher of Webster was in the city Friday Edward Harris came down from Louisville Frida- yPhotograpbsI am now ready for workW B Oelze Mrs J D Brasbear returned Thursday to Louisville Photographs of any subject copied and enlargedW B Oelze Father C Brey returned Friday from a short visit to relatives at St John W F Keates of Owensboro was in the city part of last weak on business I Mrs F P Payne entertained the Ladies Reading Club Thursda after noon r C Varble of Todiburg was the guest of Mr and Mrs J O Stephens SundayMrs H C Pate entertained the Ladies Reading dub yesterday after noonJ R Ellmtt the tailor has been quite ill the past week at the Pate HouseMiss Linnie Tate of Owensboro has been visiting her sister Mrs M Wentherholt Mrs Hilton B Hives returned Sun day to Oweusboro after a visit to Mr and Mrs M Weatherholt Any of our 50 cent white waist goods on sale Saturday at 25 cents a- yardY G Babbage S Son Chas Durham of Hardinsburg was the guest of his niece Mrs Richard PerIritis Thursday and Friday Mr and Mrs 13 T Hickerson of Wichita Knn have been visiting Mr and Mrs W F Gillilaml Mr nnd Mrs J E Wiight of Morgantown have been the guests of Mr and Mrs John Ooonnel the past week Mrs T B Young and Mrs Robt Young of Morganfield arrived Wed Sick BloodFeed pale girls on Scotts EmulsionWe not need to give all Jtjie reasons why Scotts Emulsion restores the strength and flesh and color of good health to those who suffer from sick blood The fact that it is the best preparation of Cod Liver Oil rich in nutrition full of healthy stimulation is a suggestion as to why it does what it does Scotts Emulsion presents Cod Liver Oilat its best fullest in strength least in tasteYoung women in their u teens are permanently cured of the peculiar disease of the bloodwhich shows itself in paleness weakness and nervous ness by regular treatment vith Scotts Emulsion f t Itiis a true blood foodand is naturally adapted to the cure of the blood sickness from which so many young women suffer We will be glad to send a sample to any sufferer He sure that this picture In the forma of a label Is on the of every bottle of Emulsion you buy SCOTT da BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St New York nesday for a visit to Mrs C B Skill man iMr and Mrs Thos L Wroe and Edmund Wroe were at Utility Hancock county Thursday and Friday to attend the funeral of Mr Wroes daughter Mrs Chas Lamar Down down 1 a pounds large prunes 20 cents One gallon kraut 15 cents Two pounds raisin cookie cakes 35 cents Two pounds ginger snaps 1- 5centsY G Babonge A Son Mrs1 T Skllltunn entertained yesterday to dinner in honor of Mrs T B and Mrs Roht Young of Morgan field Mrs E T Haynes will give a G oclock dinner today in their honor Mrs J D Babbage gave a luncheon Sunday evening in honor of Mes dames T B and Kobt Young of Morganfield to the following guests Mr and Mrs U B Skillman Mr and Mrs G W Short and MrsT B and Mrs Robt Young Prff J P King nnd little daughter Marcia went to Wabash Ind Friday to attend the funeral of Mrs Kings mother who died after a long illness Mrs King and her other children have been at Wabash for some time on account of her mothers illness ROY BISHOFF DEDA Roy the bright little threeyearold son of Mr and Mrs Sam Bisboff died late yesterday afternoon He became suddenly ill Saturday night and the cause of hip death is unknown The funeral will be held this afternoon at 2 oclock from the family residence Mr and Mrs Btshoffs bereavement is one of the saddest here for some time HARD ON BEEF TRUST The Supreme Court Monday handed down a decision in the case of theI United States vs Swift ComJlanyI known as the beef trust case TheI court holds tnat an agreement among dealers in fresh meats not to bid against each other in the live stock markets is a violation of the Interstate Commerce law and an effort to create a monopoly Judge Grosscupof the United States Circuit Court which tried the case in an interview says the decisions is deeplly significant and clears the way for Uovernment supervision of the great industrial combina tions of the country Mini an n Halter What Is the derivation of the phrase Mad as a hatter One explanation Is that It was originally French As mad as an oyster hultre that bivalve being supposed to be extremely unln tcllcctual Another theory Is that the phrase had reference to Collins the English poet author of the Ode to the Passions He was a hatter at Chlchester find it has been said that the lunatics with whom lie was eon fined at one time called him the lint ter and that the phrase originated thus Dont Like their Own Moillclnc Dentists atc as n rule not living tes timonials to their profession It is 1 Ie cause we know how much a tooth can be hurt that we dlslIUe to get into a chair ourselves one of the craft ex plained the other tiny I had to llll a tooth for a fellow dentist lust week and found It simply Impossible to do a good job lie twisted and turned grab bed my hand when he saw It coining his way and absolutely refused to let me do enough cutting to hold the fill Ing solidly Finally I patched the tooth up somehow and he wouldnt lot me polish off the edges Give me the most hysterical woman before a dentist every timeSew York Tribune Monocle In the EiiKllNli Army About a century ago a British army order was issued forbidding ofllccrs to wear eyeglasses or spectacles But a shortsighted ofllcer belonging to a crack cavalry regiment had no mind to resign his commission or stumble blind ly and he Invented the single eyeglass When called to account by the authori ties he claimed that the monocle being of the singular number dill not contravene the order against spectncles and glasses In the plural Red tape accept ed this literal rendering of the law and becoming popular in the British army the monocle was adopted by cl vilian heaps Tnfce Cnncer In Time An English specialist declares that too late has yet to be said In one half or thrce fourths of the cancer eases when seen by the operating sur geon A general acceptance of the view that cancer has usually a pre cancerous stage and that this stage is the one In which an operation ought to bo performed would be the means of saving many lives The Amnteiir Farmer Sneceai There goes a book farmer that re futes the stock joke about what fail ures they are How is that His favorite text book Is Success With Small Fruits and he has succeeded in growing the smallest fruit I fiver eaw Brooklyn Life Latham Sanitarium Established 1898 VINE GROVE HflRDIN COUNTY KY Chronic Diseases Treated Successfully CHARGES MODERATE Rational Harmless and Satisfying Methods of Treatment 7 illDRrr- RepresentlnI TAYLOR KEENE TAYlORmm f n IIDENTISTS yiOF OWENSBOROlgI 1 1Will I bo In Dr Llfihtfoots ofllce one J i i1 r toyot 1tlstry rI Will be Here February 2010 26 == 7fjiii = HARNED NOR- MALSCHOOL Term Begins JANUARY 30 1905 and continues 4 months Course of Study TEACIIERS COURSE 1200 PREPARATORY COURSE 1000 a Money Payablo in Advance g Pupils absent one week on ac count of sickness money refunded Good Board and Furnished Rooms 225 and 250per week For further particulars Address Andrew Driskell Principal HARNED KY VXXXXXXf One Things Certain As long as you live youll 11need money Better save it now for your old age Do you want to know how to do It Just open a hank account with our bank Deposit your little mites noun too small for us to handle Well take care ot them keep them for you ready for your use when ever you need them Our advice Is to open a bank account with our bank start the new year right See It It dont puy you at the end of the yea- rtWe pay Interest on time deposits Our banking facilities are the best BANK OF CLOVERPORT Cloverport Ky A MILDER CLIMATE In Arkansas Louisiana Texas Stock ranges ten to twelve mouths in the year two and three crops grow iu a season Now is the time to look up a location while the land is cheap On February 7th and 21st and March 7th and 21st Cotton Belt Route will sell round trip homeseekers tickets from St Louis Thebes Cairo and Memphis to points in above named tales at rate of Xl5 or one fare plus fl where it makes less than 15 One way colonist tickets February 21st and March 21st at half fare plus 2 Write for map time table and ask about rates to any point LOSCHAEFERTPAC- otton Belt Route Cincinnati O r IDRIPIC MITCHELL DENTIST OFFICE OVER THE FAIR Satisfaction assured Professional Prices =vniicil of Popularity Steps have been taken before now to popularize time British army In the prov inces In some cases tile martial spir it has been stimulated But not In all In one part of gallant little Wales one of the Welsh regiments perambu lated Its territory and succeeded In ob talniiiff Just one recruit nil told On till following Sunday the minis ter of the congregation to which the newly enlisted soldier belonged said And now my brethren we will take up a subscription to buy the discharge of our unfortunate young friend who recently joined the nrmyPall Mall Gazette m j1 Wants 1 1 I + = ooo- I Advertisements Inserted under this head ut ono cons a word per week FOR SALE PHINTING Presses told Cutting machJnei and one lot of good Laundry machines Also new und secondhand Gas and Gasoline KiiRlnesMAUTIN GAIUE 510 3rd Street Louisville Ky BORR OW or moro fors yrart lit I per cent and pay hack monthly Attend CCfin in college start In business own a vJUUUUonLi ou Address Worlds Desire Bureau riillllcotho Missouri + h PAKM FOR SALE OK KENT FOR SALEIO UENT150 acre term Hi s IK n IIimllnsluirK clieap Good house barn and two tohiicco houses oh land npplytoI Ilardlnsburg Ky WANTED rlltWriteport Ky with full particulars STRAYED OK STOLEN Doll Strayed or stolen A dolt 0 months old III1Itlrellstname of Hob Valued only because he win childrens pet Suitable reward given for Ins return or for Information leadlntr to his re covery Jno P King Clovcrport Ky WANTED GOOD COTTON HAGS wnntlll good cotton rags 3 cents a pound llreckenrldjce News Olllce u ron SALEGRASS SEEn For sale Orchard grass seed firstclass re 1 slicksPapplication U W Lyddan Irvlnpton Ky Mesdames D W Fairleigh and Bell Brewer of Louisville were en route Monday to St Lcuism to visit Mr and Mrs Du Rell Fairlei- gltIUROCSJERSEY PIGS u FOR SALE T am now offering it nice lot of boars and tilts of fall farrow These are Rood pigs anywhereThoroughbredmy place Es ahead In shipping order 10 E P HARDAWAY Bowleyvllle Kentucky WANTED 100000 MINK1 a- SKUNK n SKINSprklsAddressA E BURKHARDT INTERNATIONAL FUR MERCHANT CINCINNATI O HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES One way second class colonist tickets- to South and Southeast first and third Tuesdays each month at reduced rates Homeseekers Excursions to all points to which homeseekers rates apply 27th Annual Convention Y n C A Owensboro Ky Feb 16 1905 For this occasion rate of 160 for the round trip Cloverpott to Owensboro amid return will be made on Feb 16 17 18 good to return Feb 20 1905 Special Occasion Mardi Oras New Orleans Habile and Pensacota Fla March 27 1905 For time above occasion J rate ot one are plus 25 cents on March 1 to n in elusive will be made from Cloverport- to above named points and return good returning not later than March 11 Tickets may be extended to March 2- on payment of 10 cents Special homeseekers excursions to Southwest Feb 7 and 21 also Match 7 and 31l good to return after 22 days including date of sale Presidential Inauguration Ceremonies larch 4 1905 Washington D C For this occasion rate of 1845 for round trip Cloverport to Washington- and return will be trade on March 1 2 aI good to return leaving Washington not later than March 8 On payment of 100 ticket may be extended returning March 18 L II SI L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 48 Dally Fast Train leaves Cloverport 507 A M stops at West Poll only arrives at Loulsvlllol5A M No 42 Dally Mall and Express leaves Clo erport 054 A M stops at all way stations arrives Louisville 1235 Train No 44 Dally fast mall leaves Clo verport 418 p m stops at nil way stations east of Cloverport except Mystic arrives at Louisville 725 p in Train No 48 Dally Cloverport accommodation arrives Cloverport 830 n m WEST HOUND No 47 Dally Cioverport accommodation leaves Cloverport 630 a m arrives Evansville 000 a m Train No 41 Dally fust mall und express leaves Cloverport 10111 U m stops Huwesvlllo Owensboro Henderson aud Evansville arrives St Louis 720 p m Train No 43 Mull and Express dally arrives Cloverport 728 p ra Evunsvlllo 1030- p m Stops at all stations No 45 dully St Louis fast train leaves Clo verport 1100 P M arrives Evunsvlllel 35 A MBt Louis hlo A M stops Ilt nwesvlllo iwensboro and Henderson only Chair cars on trains 41 and 44 between Louisville and Evansville Through sleeping curs and reclining chair cars on trains 4f and 46 between Louisville and St Louis Fqrdsvillc Branch EAST HOUND Train No 2 Dally except Sunday leaves ordsvllleO30a ni arrives Irvington 840 a mTrain No 4 Dally except Sunday leaves jordsvllle 320 p m arrives Irvington 520- p m Train No6 Sunday only Fordsvlllo 630 a m Irvington 003 p m WEST BOUND Train No 3 Dally except Sunday leaves Tvlngton 04rrum a rives Kordsvlllo 245 ImTruln No 5 Dully leaves Irvln ton 635p- m arrives ordsvllle U2j p m A A MEfATNOLTE1S I fIIfc New things never find a place with us until they have earned recognition by merit We like our friends to feel safe and be in transaction experimenting at their expense Now however after the most careful we are pleased to offer COLTONSPatented TAegieuuer IiIONSlNY15IBLElAONGGR5EI5 which is a real innovation L PATENTED and comes to us bearing the seal of approval it being roconuncnded bymost fnnioydress- makers and it actually disposes of some seriousCOrSetdilh cultinsCINo mattei what corset you wear this new twill interest you and we hope you will come in lordl carefullyl examine it Among the many line models you will ffind just what you want and like the little girl in the book youll be happy ever after fiiiaS tOCDCT PrieoISl00 J C NOLTE BRO MASONIC TElIPL- ECLOVERPORT KY W u iFORGET l I PPCD To Insist Upon having CADICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR for your baking you be rewarded with the bread you eve as Its goodness will not be as convincing you as one trial- CADICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR stands its record of over years good bread making All Ce dick Milling CoGRANDVIEW IND IIWE SELL HEATERS THAT HEAT II- II And Guns that Shoot and Saddles Ithat wear well ride easy and never hurt horses backyour If you want heater gun or saddle I howIIis your time to buy We are cutting per cent Drop and let us show you Ito save money c II I AkGLOTHLAN PIGGOTT Irvington Ky IIlAAanI M UP MlM R A fn DR THACHERS Liver and Blood Syrup CURES BY A THREEFOLD lor Hit doe to fuse tional troubles Ads aa the UverindKUnen +W Purifies the Thousands have used this reliable remedy with perfect confidence and success for years because they know just what it The formula consists of Huclui Hydrangea Mandrake Yellow Dock Dandelion Sarsaparilla Gentian Senna and Iodide of Potassium Any doctor or druggist will tell you that this is a scientific and combination of great merit for all diseases having their origin the Liver Kidneys or Blood After years experience and patient experiment Ih Thacher so perfected the process of that it never fails to bring the expected relief when taken according to directions Thousands of sick ones to whom life has been a burden have written grate ful letters of thanks SITED MISSISSIPPI Oct 17 100X I have suffered greatly with indigestion constipation also a severe liver trouble with loss of appetite Could rest well at nlcht in facl hat no energy to work or even walk around 1 fell like I packing a heavy load and easily rxlmuxtrd until I took Or Thachers Ilver and Blood which helped me almost from the first dose When 1 had taken sad onehalf bottles I Iclt like a different and I knew that It due entirely to your medicine I used in three bottles anti consider myself perfectly cured At this time appetite Is good I sleep well and feel strong and refreshed on arising in the morning T I SPKKU If yeti tttrd a medicine today for a Fret iainple bottle unit l r Thnchrr Health Iloole itiTxytniitoini fur advice He iHaply ask you tn try it at our cfpenir He ichatit ttill ilo alt ilrtiyglttt rent ami 100 Thacher Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn STILL SERIOUS The strike situation in Russia is still ifrions The authorities are Incomplete control in St Petersburg and Moscow but the strikers have made demonstrations at Warsaw and other cities in Poland and a number have been killed and wounded An attack on British consular officers at War saw said have been made by Rus sian soldiers Inns caused bitter feel ing in London The uprising in Russia by stnkerB sheer safe every No scru tiny and will finest atePages of testimony to half to In 20 grocers sell it a a a in REMOVING THE CAUSE REMEDY til Blood 52 contains reliable in of manufacture nut was was one mini was all my write Icitow At fit to o jiIs hiving little etTwt apparently on the war in the Far Entt which does- on unabated the Jnim winning nearly every battle e FASTEST TIME EVEI In a 100mile automobile race nt Ormond Fla Monday one Pit oner made the distance in 11821 ti to hive been the fastest tituo ever nude by anything on wheels I Subscribe for the NEWS un nn unnn 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 with every bottle fe o Ten Cent package of Groves Black Loot Liver Pffls r f i I 1 t fWS tint x t 1 j j1j i t t x J 1J j x1 t i i 1 III Ia Ia I- rr j It tt t t tt j t i 51 ti- s 4- i a i l i- ti r 7 tt- M tr 9 r IrI i r- r The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY February 1 1005 FARM HISTORYI That Occurred In Ancient Years Of 1901 and 1905lIow A S Of E Won The Day The following story published In UuTo Date Harming Iss upi os l to tw written L InI tho your SU03 it is an extract from a history of the ancient peoplo who lived on earth InI thu years IM15 The nrUulu Is well worth reading by every onenslt contains a story that Is entertainingly told and has u strong moral Editors Note 1 And It came to pass in those daysI that the earth was very fruitful and there were many tillers of the soilI and keepers of flocks and herds And great cities were builded 1in the land even the ancient cities of New York and Chicago which ra main to this very day And in the cities there abided great multitudes of people who sowed not neither did they reap and behold the farmer man feed eth them all And it came to pass that those who abided in the cities did consider themselves vastly superior to them that abided in the country and they did mock and mane of the farmers a great joke and names did they call them in derision jays and hayseeds Yea erilymoss backs and Reubes called they them But behold the farmer man was very meek and long suffering and he heeded them not Then did certain wise men of the cities lay their heads together and commune secretly among themselves and thus sayeth they the one unto the otherUo to I pray thee do not the multitudes in the cities have teat o of the products of the soil Surely all that goeth in at their mouths cometh first out of the ground Behold what an opportunity to make a great boodlA Therefore I pray thee lot us put all our moneys together and buy all that there is in the land yea even all the wheat and corn all the potatoes and pomegranates and figs ana everything which thereof the people are wont to eat and when we shall have gotten it all togetner in our great warehouses we will double the price and great will be the pro tit thereon And behold we will send false prophets throughout the llength and breadth of the land and they shall say unto the farmer Behold the land is full of corn and wheat and potatoes and all products of the soil are abundant and thou caret not sell that which thou hast raised unless thou sellest very cheap and quickly And this they did as tthe wise men hHd spoke even so did they They sent their false prophets throughout the length and breadth of the land and they did speak unto the farmer those things which the wise men htld told unto them And behold the farmer man was sorely discouraged Then cane the wise men to buy And behold the farmer runneth to meet him and selieth all that be path Yea very cheaply doth he sell forthe words of the false prophets still ringeth in his ears and his heart forgetteth them not Thus did the wise men buy very cheaply all that which was good to sat in the land And they bnilded great warehouses to hold high carni val Yea verily did they coisume the midnight oil to lengthen out the day or great rejoicing and they did hug tbemgolves for joy A great feast hurt they awl they lid drum wine and smoke AOcent cigars and make merry Yea even whisK did they drink and they din say the one unto the other Beheld what a soft snap the mossbacks be Selah Then did they double the price on all that which they had stored and it came to pars that the people in thr cities were ahungered and they did go unto the wise men who had thereat warehouses and did say unto these Behold our wives and on r children cry for bread and we have not whereof to feed tne We pray thee there fore to sell us from wbich thon hastIThen did the wise men wink their eyes and say unto them Behold we have but little and there is no more in the land If we sell thee that which we have behold our own children will want therefore we must double tIthe yet again Then did the people bring loads of sheckels to the wise men even sheckelH of silver and sheokels of gold brought tney and threw them down at the feet of the wine men And behold their ware houses were emptied quickly and great loads of sheckels had they even mountains high And behold many generations pass away and the farm r waxeth poor while the wise men waxeth rich from the sweat o the farmer mans browtThen doeth the tarmer hump him self and hustle Yen verily even deeper doth he plow the ground and his wife and children gotth forth with him Ito labor In the fields from day light even unto dark did they work like cattle Yea Verily oVAn as mules worked they to raise more crops that they may thus have more money with which to pay their mortgages Then doth the wiseuian in the cities smile alarge smile Yea from one ear even unto the other smileth he And he winketb the other eye and sayeth the one unto the other Behold what good cattle to work for us the mossbacks be Surely they raise twice as much this year as they did last Therefore we will pay him one half as much per bushel And even so did theyAnd now behold there arose a great man in tne east to deliver the farmer out of bondage Yon verily as Moses delivered the children of Israel out of the hands of the Egyptianseven so did this great man deliver the farmer out of the hands of his enemies And the name of this great man was Everitt Even JAEveritt was he named and he abideth in the ancient city of Indian spoils And he did publish a great newspaper for the good of the farmer man Behold 24 pages had this great paper and four columns were there to each page and the name of this paper did he call DptoDate Farm ing And much ink did he use Yea verily even tons of ink did Everett use and great carloads of paper And he did write with a mighty hang andbehold he telletn all the secrets of the wise men and how that they were robbing the farmer ot the just reward for all his labor And he did devise a plan wnereby the farmer fixeth a just and equitable price for all that which he hath to sell and sslleth for no less and behold it givetb the wise man a black eye Selah And Everitt didsend his papers brod cast throughout the length an J broad tn of the land even to the habitations of every farmer man went this great paper and the farmer men began to read the things therein and behold their eyes were opened and theydid say one unto the otherI Behold what manner of thing IS this which the wies men have done unto us And it came to pus that great mul titudes of farmers began to assemble together throughout the land and they did say the one unto the other Hats thou read the great paper nptoDate Farming And hast thou noted therein Everitts great plan of the A S of E Go to I prav thee let us hold our products for the equit able price for behold as we have been selling heretofore the wise men getteth ull the dourfh and what get teth the farmer Yea verily the far mer man getteth it in the neck aelnhj And t came to pass that the far mers holdeth their crops for the min imum price Yeaeven all the products of the soil holdeth he and of his Hocks and herds selloth he not one hoof And it camo to pass when the wise men again goetn forth to buy cheaply they sojourned wearily by the way side for behold the farmer man put eth his finger to his nose and selieth him not Then dia the wise men rave and tear their hair Yea verily they did howl and kick with a great noise I but it availeth them naught And in time the great warehouses of the wise men became empty and the people did clamor for food Then did the farmers throughout the land fix their just and equitable price on all that which he hath to sell and he sendeth to market each day just eo much thereof as bringeth his price and no more And behold before another harvest tine cometh all that he hath is sold at his own price and he reap eth a rich reward for all his labor And behold the wiseman still drink eth his whisky but the wine and SOcent cigars cuttethhe out Verily verily I say unto ye the farmer man was no chumpSelah- f7ELt51rT RIdBears thelime 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empire and the size of the task that would be his when he should succeed to the thron Prior to his accession he was looked upon as a mild and indefinite character but his first acts after he became ruler exhibited energy and decision Perhaps the most notable acts of Nicholas JII was his famous peace rescripts of 1818 which led to the convocation of The Hague conference DR KEENE TO BUILD Dr R P Keene the Owensboro den tilt who spends a week out of each month in this city will erect a tnbstan All New and Leading Varieties of StrawberryPlants ALSO Peach Apple and- Pear Trees SEND FOR FREE CATALOGUE Harrison J L MOORMAN DENTISTeOffice over Oclzos Hardware Store Prompt attention to all kinds of Dents Work Special attention to FINE GOL D FLL1SGS AND CROWN and BRIDGE WORK Prices Moderate Satisfaction Guaranlud Sour StomachNoness headache constipation bad broth general debility sour risings and catarrh i the stomach are all due to Indigestion Kodoll cures indigestion This new discovery ropN 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ldft tl m a d a t1f E I II IIt I 1 1 t I I i 4a- xRi f i f t t i I r I l i I l l l l I1r s s f I i I If 11- I i I di- 4 I F I i rr r The Breckenridge News l WEDNESDAY February 1 1003 l i BURN TO DEATH IMrs Philip Fuchs Of Near Rome Ind Loses Life In Effort To 9 Save Young Daughter Mrs Philip Fuchs and little three yearold daughter Bertha were burned to death last week in their home near Rome Ina across the river from Stephensport The child pulled a lamp from a table Tuesday evening and was horribly burned dying in great agony three honrs afterwards Mrs Fuohs and Mr Fuchs received serious burns I while trying tu save the child the mother sncanmbiijg to them later Mrs Fuchs clothing was nearly burned off andthe flames were sub trued by rolling in the snow Mr Tuchs suffered greatly from horrible urns on the hands His health was ery poor at the time he havng been tn7k all full and winter The mother is in agony for hours before death me to relieve her suffering L The sad event recalls the death of Irs Letcher Brown and her young whildreu who succumbed to burns rived in the destruction of their djomti by fire on December 1 just Dove Stephensport I amberIains Cough Remedy the Mothers aFaorlteThe soothing and healing properties I pf this remedy its pleasant taste and prompt and permanent cures have made it a favorite wltd people everywhere It it especially prized by moth ers of small hildien for colds croup and whooping cough as it always ffordS quick relinf and as it contains to opium or other harmful drug it lay be given as confidently to a baby s to an adult For sale by Short C aynes DONT ADVERTISE Jtyou believe you are wasting mon ey Let your competitor waste his money on advertising and perhaps in this way youll won put him out of business Fix his clock worse for him I Just stand buck and laugh at Lira when you see him squandering his money for printers ma Once there was a boy named John we believe his last name was Wanamaker or maybe it was moneymaker any now his name was John with some T oton maker attached to his last name He owned tatty yards of calico three pairs of jeans pants halt dozen pairs of homemade yarn BOOKS and live nairs of boots He call ed this a drygoods store he called it a dry goods store through a Philadelphia newspaper and offered to sell a pair of SOCKS for thirtynine cents The dontbelieveinadvertising merchant laughed Young John spent 05 with the Philadelphia Ledger to advertise lust one timeless than oue hund red dollars worth of goods He was cautioned by merchants who Knew it didnt pay It was through sympa thy they said for his poor mothar that they offered him advice lint John didnt listen to them and went straightway nd blew his money in foolishly and toduy poor John sees the result of his misdoings Ho has so many large dry goons stores that ho can hardly find time to study his bun dayechool lesson Shut your eyea open your mouth and see what luck will bringyou Many a woman Is weak and sick nervous and discouraged Sho suffers from headache backache and other Ills She wants to be well but all she does Is to shut her eyes and open her mouth for modlclno and trust to luck for results Sho doctors month after month often year after vcarlnthlssiiina blind haphazard fashion and receives no per manent bono fit Women take Dr Plercos Fa- vorIte Prescription with tholr eyes open to tho fact that It cures womanly iillsI It cures Irregu larity It dries debilitating drains Jt heals Inflammation and ulceration and cures female weakness Ihero Is no trusting to luck by those who use Favorite Prescription In tho year 1PQ3 my health was poor writes Mrs J Hack of 242 nroadwafnuf talo NY I ulTored from a disagreeable discharge painful monthly vtferlods headache backache and pains In tho limbs Every month was confined to bed 1 for two or thron days Was weak nervous vand hysterical life was a burden to myself and I made every one In the family unhappy because I was so Irritable My husband got roe lour bottles of Dr PlercoH Favorite Pre scription and before I had taken the first bottlo I was feeling some rollof The medl cine made mo well and strong free from nervousness aches and pain and I felt like anew woman Before I used tho Favorite Pre scription I had been taking another physi clans medicine for nearly three months but had received no benefit Your medicine Is certainly the best In tho world A man or woman who neglect fromslotrpolsonlnirI lots cure constipation Ono little Pellet Is a gentlo laxative and two a mild cathartic Dont lot a selfish seller over persuado you to accepts substitute for these Origi nal Uttl Liver Pills first put up by old Dr R V Plerco over 40 years I Ruch Imitated but never equaled MADE EM PLAIN Bryan Says Few Things To A B ParkerPredicts Changes In Party Organizations Now York Jan 20 Willhun Jennings Brynn in a threehour conference this afternoon with Alton B Parker it is intimated made several things plain to the recently defeated candidate for the presidency First That he believes ho and his friends arc now the denominat ing faction of the Democratic pnrtySccoudThnt within a few years there will he great internal changes in both party organiza tionsand men who now call thein elves Democrats will come out openly as Republicans while pro fessed Republicans will declare themselves as Democrats ThirdThat the new strength for the Democratic party will come from the Western while the new Republicans will appeal in the Eastern states Fourth That for that reason the West and South which will remain steadfast must have the sayFifthThat the trust question will overshadow everything else in the next campaign that Presi dent Roosevelts acts in followi ig out the provisions of Democratic platforms and resolutions will be an aid to the patty it being the belief that tho president will be allowed to go just so far and then obstacles will arise in congress and that the present course of the president should cause every Democrat to congratulate himself Mr Bryan is believed to have told Mr Parker that one cause of the recent disastrous defeat was that the party had so temporized that it had resulted in being neither Democratic nor Repub lican Mr Parker too was told that Democrats will realize the strength of Mr Bryans position and turn in to hcip in future cam pains Norman E Muck Democratic national committceman arranged for the mcetingand does not hesitate to say there is no othei man in tho Democratic party on a plane with Mi Bryan in Mr flacks opinion 100 In Cash You need it every day You also need Paracamph If you suffer from Rheumatism Neuralgia Sore Feet or Sore muscles Paracamph opens the pores induces sweating and by pene trating to the sweat or the ailment draws out all fever Soreness and In flammation Try a uottle today A LONELY SPOT Bound and gagged the maiden was thrust into a gunny sack and unable to move or scream felt herself carried upa flight ot stairs from the dungeon awl then was put in a buggy and dtiven down the street at a rapid rate Ineffectually she btruggled to release herself front the gag Alas she was bound too securel f Finally the conveyance stop ped She was again carried into a building and fainting gasping for breath the sack was taken from her head The villian still masked took the gag from her mouth his eyes gleaming like cows of fire through his black mask released her and hissed through his tightly clenched teeth There my pretty bird scream and yell as longas you like no human ears can ever reach you You ate in my power Do you hear Total ly within my power Where am Ishe gasped In a store that never ad vertises was the cruel response Alas Alas she moaned no power on earth can save me no one will look forums here and the poor girl fainted Tllty SheTurner Vegetarian An English countess who has many American friends recently became a vegetarian The other day In a letter to New York she accounted for her abandonment of flesh food Not long ago she wrote I visited a slaughter houserI cant tell you how everything was stained deep with blood how there arose from the drenched dark floors the peculiar odor of blood As I was hurrying away three beau tiful lambs were led In by a man with a long shining knife Filled with pity and Indignation I said I How can you he so cruel as to put those Innocent little lambs to death l Why madam said tile man von wouldnt eat them alive would youII WOMENS NEGLECTSU- FFERINGTHESUREPENALTY Health Thus Loet Is Restored by Lydia B Plnkhams Vegetable Compound How many women do you know who are perfectly well and strong Wo hear every day the same story over and over againII I do not feel well I am so tired all tho time I Q ssflateMcO 9More than likely you speak the samo words yourself and no doubt you feel Tllecausemnaybeeasilytraced male organs which manifests itself in depression of spirits reluctance to go anywhere or do anything backache bearingdown pains flatulency nerv ousness sleeplessness leucorrhrea warningsthatheeded a life of suffering or a serious operation Is the inevitable result The neverfailingremedjforall these symptoms is Lydia E Pinkhams Veg etable Compound WoodbridgeNDear Mrs Pinkhnm I think thnt a woman naturally dislikes to make her troubles known to tho public but restored health has meant so much to me that I cannot help from telling mine for the sake of other suffering women For a long tlmo I suffered untold agony with n uterine trouble amt irregularities which made mo a physical wreck nod no ono thought I would recover but Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound lies entirely cured me and nmdo mo well andI strong and I feel It my duty to tell other suffering women What n splendid medicine it is If you are ill dont hesitate to get a Vegetable specieadvice RATE OF 100 A WEEK The Haweaville Plamdealer reports that 100 members were added in the past week in Hancock county to the American Society of lEqnity This shows that tLe organization continues to grow rapidly Stop Snoring Open up the nose and head by using 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stomach is weak or diseased tone Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It digests what you eat aud gives the stomach a rest enabling it to recuper ate tttke on new life and grow strong again Kodol cares sour stomach gas bloating heart palpitation and all digestive disorders L A Soper of Little Rock Ky writes usII We feel that Kodol Dyspepsia Cure deser ves all the commendtion that an be given it us it saved the life of our little girl when she was three years old She is now six and we have kept it for her constantly but of course she only takes it now when anything disa grees with her II Sold by All Drug gists ONE OF THEIR OWN Henderson Ky Jan s6The farm ers of the county who are members of the American Society of Equity have opened a tobacco exchange to which they invite buyers and sellers It is pro posers to keep headquarters open all the time and to bring the growers and dealers together on amicable terms OAST O JIXAe Bears theilia Kind You Havu Always Bought Signature or r12 SOMETHING DOING IN THE COUNTRY The Worm Turns Oallatin III Democrat Dont it make you w 2ary to read the rot of those rattle brained idiots of the Obi cago press who are repeatedly rid icul tug the country papers on their locals Y These two byfour lunchcounter fiends hink it awful funny when some country newspaper saysI Hiram Slocum has gold his Holstein cow to Ed Childresd lint of course it is lust the proper capet when tney sayMrs Franklin Oliver Lowden line just returned from the Epson Lorimer kenels Oh thats great That bull cup would bring about au cents in the dog pound while Slocuins cow would sell for 50 in the dark Because Gns sie Davis was over at Guard Point Sunday to see his best girl they throw a shoe but if WllllumHenry Harrison POOK the society leader was In Mil waukee lest Saturday to see Miss Gertie Pnbst the would slobber over a half olnuin and have thre pictures of Gertie and Willaui Henry on the front page Oklahoma Watered Stock Moreland Okln Leader Cattle on dry feeddrink a power nf water these days We spend our mornings and evenings carrying water to our old cow mind she drinks her oulk twice a day The pug that swallovveda buocet of slop and was then carriednwny in the same bucket must havebeen of the same breed TalK about w itarad stock If we can sell our cow brute by the pound and be permitted to tank her- n p after adding u little saltto give her an appetite well agreeto sell more water than Pierj Morgan got into his ship trust- Pension And Matrimony Mount Carmel III Register Heies old JBCK Rices widow who was three years getting on the pension roll HB a soldiers widow and in less than three months after a muu wno hadnt been divorced two hours Levi Gmisrnerl was granted a divorce at 10 oclocK this morning and before noon hats taken out a license to marry Mrs Harriet Rice Police Magistrate Birket was engaged to tie the knot May the Lord have mercy on their miserable souls A Minute With The Dorans Manawa WIt4dvoclte Vincent Doran formerly of Bear Lake went to 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J Jr f I r 1 r r ry I I 1 I f 1 f1 I r J I J I I fJ i f I t ri r yL I ty +aMIM1qYIM t =J JIi irJf t V t t ta tt- t tV V t i pi pp- i f r i i I t I J 1 t i ii- il 1 h r s r s I J fi r K 14rl I I 1 I The Breckenridge New WEDNESDAY February J 1905 STEPHENS PORT RrA Smith was in Louisville last week on business Joel H Pile of Hardinsburg was here Friday Geo M Barkley attended the fifth Sunday meeting at Garfield Miss Adel Smith is very ill at her brotners R A Smith Any person wishing to purchase a good milch cow apply at R A Shell mansMrs Harrison Dowell has been i111 with lagrippe but is able to be up againPastor J T Lewis will till his regular appointment at the Baptist church Sunday Mr and Mrs Eldred Powers of Dukes was the guests of their aunt Mrs GrW Payne the tirst of lat weelGeorge Basbaui has recently uiove into Mrs M Blames house on Mali street formerly owned by E P Mos leyMr and Mrs Hugh Brown moret up from Owensboro last week am will live with his brother L L BrownL Adkiiou who is guard at Eddyville penitentiary came in Saturday to vote in the Democratic pri maryThe public school taught by Miss Enla Heusley will close Thursday She will open a spring school here begin ning the first of March Mrs M L Roberts and niece Miss Paulin Moorman of Roberts Bottoms is at Yelvington visiting her brother Dr A Moorman this week Esther the eleven yenr dd daughter of Mr and Mrs Or1V Payne liar been confined to her home for two weeks with lagrippe and throat trou bleA R Miller who has been with his son Floyd St E Miller at Hen derson for several weeks is here to stay three weeks with friends and relativesII Dr L P Caspor who has been with us for the last six months left last weeK to locate at Ferdinand Ind t There is a good opening here for an experienced physician I Mrs Edward Petit of Jeflersonvill Ind and Mrs T M Buchanan of TJmontownare tit the bedside of theirt fatber Mr William PetiS who is very ill with pneumonia fever at thec home of his daughter Mrs PikeJJ ConnfOwing to the illness of Rev Cran dell of Brandenburg who is to assist in a serious ot meetings here at the M E rhurch which were to have bet gun last Monday week they were postponed and will begin Monday nightMrs Betsey It ft on last Thursday it being her eightysixth anniversary received row Mrs C C Lewis of Temple Texas a very interesting and J lengthy letter Mrs Lewis always ret members Aunt Betsey on her birthday it also being Mrs Lewis wedding annlversarITO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAYITake LAXATIVE IWOMO QUININE Tablets All oruwNts refund the money If It f tils to rure K W Groves signatureI Is on box 25c TARFORKtt Dennis Sberrman is on the sick list 0 W Rice went to Jolly Wednes 1 dayL C Taul went to Loui7ille Fri dayErnest Rice was at Askin last Sat urday LC Keenan was at Patesville Sat urday Dr Howard was called twice last J week to see little Irene Taul Fra nk Ripperr had a telephone boxII put in his dwelling last week connect ing with the Jolly line 4yersFor asthma weak throats weak lungs consumption take Ayers Cherry Pectoral CherryPectoral Always keep a bottle of it in the house We have been saying this for 60 years and so have the doctors I IIAVO luml1 Ayer Cherry Pectoral In my family for It Ili tie lBert merticlno In till ulllu for all throat anti lung traabinJUtts T K oncno8 WuHJwra JI au IV We ELMl Irr ATKn Fa- A 1011 M I Idrnrsnufor The Lungs Daily action of tho bowels Is neces sary Aid nature with Ayors Pills r SCRATCH ED DAY AND NIGHT Lady Suffered Tortures with Itching Scalp HumorOne Box of Cutii iscura Ointment and One Cake of Cuticura Soap Cured Her WILL NEVER BE- WITHOUT CUTICURA My scalp was covered with little pimples and I suffered tortures from the itching I was scratching all day and night and I could get no rest I washed my head with hot water and Cuticura Soap and then applied the Cuticura Ointment as a dressing One box of Cuticura Ointment and one cake myheadgrowing splendidly I have used Cuti cura Soap ever since and shall never be without it signed AdaCSmith 309 Grand St Jersey City N JflCUTICURA GROWS HAIR Crusted Scalps Cleansed andh Purified by Cuticura Soap Assisted by light dressings of CutlCI cura the great skin cure This treatment at once stops falling hairsremoves crusts scales and dandruff destroys hair parasites soothes irritated itching surfaces stimulates the hair follicles loosens the scalp skinAsupplies the roots with energy and nourishment and makes the hair grow upon a sweet wholesome healthy In scalp when all else fails Complete external and internal treatment for every humour from pimples to scrofula from infancy to aRe consisting of Cuticura Soap Ointment arid Pills may now be had of all druggists for one dollar A single set is often sufficient to cure the most distressing cases Cut eura Kesolvf nt liquid and In the form of Chocolate cato tills Cutlcura ulntment and Cuticura sojatesolo throughout the world tuner Drug K Clirm Corp 131 Columbui Ave Boston Sole 1roprlrlorn affttxl for llow to Curt Lvcry Humour lid Uow to lave Beautiful lltlr h Master Alvin Rice of Askin is vie ting his grand parents Mr and Mrs O W Rice Miss Josie Ryan closed a very successful school here Saturday with a treat to scholars and a few visitors Miss Maud Ryan contemplates go- Ing to Harned the first of February to ttend school preparatory to teaching he ensuing year Mrs Sallie Burbage of Anrbnrn ale Florida expects to retnrn to entniky her native home in the pring to live Her husband died a- lai w months since and her two sons re to ently joined the United States array to Thelocal anon A S of E hero of thirty members met last Saturday hey represent 00000 pounds of tobac co Dennis Sheean Wash Robbins and Chas Tabeinwere appointed a it omtnittee to sell the tobacco represEnt- ed m the union Three real estate transfers in theist m week Lafe Taul purchased the farm neir Jolly Known as the Bob Tells farm and is moving to it He sola his present orold borne to LawS1 nice Keenan L C Taul sold a tract 0ft land to Silas Elixore who is mov iff to it GARRETTf1 Mr iI Ed Bunger has been very sick Itl- but is improving Mrs J S Sbacklett was guest of- Mrs of W H Dbonau Sam Bunger of Salem visited H H Harrington Sunday Miss Lizzie Harrington spent last week at Rhine Bangers Miss Lena Ritchie spent Friday wIth Miss Bernice Shaoklett Mrs Joseph Hill was a guest of Mr Ollie Board Thursday Mr and Mrs R H Dowell were guests of Mr and Mrs Francis itchieDr H Stith of Ekron was oall edI to see Mrs W H Dhonau who has neuralgia Little Mary Elizabeth Smith spent several days with her grandparents Me and Mrs Ritchie Mrs James Foushee spent Monday with Mrs P K Shumate and Miss achel Shacklett Circuit court convened at Branden bUlg last week and several men from here wereon the jury Mr and MH Gilbert Kasev of lewleyville were guests of Jim bushee and family Saturday an t Sunday and attended services at Hill Grove HCQUADY Will Ball and Ode Pate made a trip to Louisville last weea Ben Bates who has been BICE for qnlte a while is able to be out again Buck Bowman has sold his property here and bought a farm near Hardins burg and movelt to the same last week Miss Lucy Dejarnette gave a party at her home on last Thursday evenIng which was highly enjoyed by all who attendedMiss Nellie Cruse nas returned to this place after spending a wedk with her sister Mrs Will Newby at TarforkLeon Pate bas moved from the Doh Wells farm to this place Mr Pat contemplates moving to California time in the spring The Jolly Station and Hudlnsburg Telephone company has extended ItS line to Tarfork Henry und Owen El more and Frank Ruppert have put in boxes Miss Katie McCabe after cloning a very successful term of school at thii place returned to Grayson county last Friday to spend her vacation witl her parents Franks Bros have moved then mill to this place and are cutting staves and heading fo a thousand hogsheads which will be used in prIz- Ing the tobacco her- eWEBSTER Louey PenicK has typhoid fever Will Davis has been employed to- lnisli oar scbooII Miss Ethel Beard who has been ill for some time is no better Miss May Wood of Garfield is with er sister Mrs Loney Penick- A triumph comes to morality and- ommon decency once in a while Aaron Norton who has been ill for- ometiwe is in a serious condition Tas Wilson tine Mrs John WimpTof utherland are at tbe bedside of aron Norton The liquor influence is still a power l the land but not so potent as it once was Alex Robbins who has lived in our midst for two years contemplates moving away We are Intormed that a Mr White has bought the Jas L Harris farm aud has moved tLereon J C Crutoher has returned from t Louis where he had been to attend court as a witnetfsJIf you have thought the country hads together gone to the bad study the eanlt of Saturdays primary I Richard Witt of near Rosetta has Eold his farm and was in our com munltv last week on the bunt for an herii Fraud Exposed A few counterfeiters have lately been making and trying to sell Imitations of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Cinghs and Colds ud other medicines thereby defraud- Ing the public This is to warn you beware of such people who seek profit throngn stealing the reputation of remedies which have been sue ssfully curing disease for over 35 years A flure protection to you Is- our name on the wrapper Look tai on all Dr Kings or Bucklens mediei as all others are more imI- tations H EBucklen Co Chicago and Windsor Canad- aIRVINGTON Rev Hynes Breached at Webster mday Bornto the wife of T F Ely the a line boy Jan 24 Mrs Bolin ana Mrs Perry are nome am a trip to Fordsville The Misses Mnnford will entertain e Social Club Friday evening Cottage prayer meeting at the home Mr Clarence Penick Friday even IngG O Bailey attended a meeting of- the district Baptist Misson Bowl at Garfield Friday Mr and Mrs Washington and Mrs Mary Mnnford returned from LOuis- ville Friday Rev Lewis has teen on the sick bst- for ten days or more but is now much better Father Zoeller returned home Sutur day night and beld mass at his church mday Morris Jolly will ihe operated on toI day Monday for tub cul3His at Norton Infirmary Louisville C M McGlnthlan came down from West Point Friday to see his aunt Mrs Letitia McGlotnlan Special music is being prepared for- the lecture Feb 2 at 7 oclock at tbe Methodist church W J Piggott and Charlie Chamberlain went to Louisville Saturday to attend a meeting and banquet of tbe nights Templar Mrs Charlie Anderson of Guston spent several days with her parents Mr and Mrs John Henry who have been quite sick with the grip George Barkley of Stephensport was here enronte homelrrom the fifth mday ministers wetting at Gurneld and called on many old friends Mrs Dave Henry and Miss Mary Henry left last week for an indefinite stay with Mrs Henrys daughter Mrs Warfiold at Macon Ua OASTCBXA sears toeTe Kind You Hava Always Bough- l1gnaturo for RAYMONDII Leon Cashman was at Gnion Star SaturdayOtto is at home after closing his uchool Friday tf Hugh Cazy and family have moved to their home near here Mr and Mrs Eldred Powers left Saturday for their home in West Virginia Mrs Zorada Hendry and Son WlenII field were the guests of Mrs Henry Burch last week Miss Cordelia Cashman spent last week with her parents Mr and Sire G W Cashman Lish Cashman has returned to Indi ana after spending several months with his parents Mrs Elizabeth West entertained Fri day in honor of her niece Mrs Addle Powers nee Do well Those present were Mr and Mrs Powers Mrs Sude Cart and sons Jake and Comiuil Ius Will Robertson Milt McAfee and Walter Cashman PATES VILLE Little Helen Lynch is on the sick Hst A primary election was held in town Saturday G May of Floral was in town tntl1rday and Sunday Mint Clark who has been ill of tonI ulitis has recovered Mrs F K Gordon who has beenh III tor sometime is recovering The health throughout the ueigh ornood is very good at present Fred Young has purchased the tookn if Hoods which was formerly owned by N Stares SonnChas Gabbert one of our mer bants who occupied the Blaine prop rty on the corner has recently moved his goods intothe Hale property across tbe streetCThe two school teachers Misses Anna Lamb and Mollie Fawver and lisses Nina Lynch Emma Clark and ielite Fawver spent Saturday and unday at the home of Mr and Mrs abez Corley who live about two miles uth townBEWLEYVILLE John Cox has been ill agalvqWhooping cough is well spread over countryMiss Cain closed her school at leasant View today Elmer Wilson has been very ill or pneumonia tor several days Mr and Airs Larue Cox are home the from a visit to friends at Clifton musofWilt Payne recently returned home trow Missouri where he line been the l- past year- Misses May Jordan and Katie Hard way have returned from a visit to Hudson ville To Miss Mary Richardson of Vine 1 es rove is the guest of Mr and Mrs jirles Blantord Miss Minnie Stith will leave usLI 900n to visit her snot Misn Hattie I Hauser in Washington D C Phelps Walker and Miss InaMcCoy a- closed their school here Friday Jan 20 They taught us a good school Miss Annie Payne who has been teaching near Hardln burg Unishel hAr school last Friday and has return hotneMessena Anderson is quite sick of grippe He had a severe case of ty pbold fever recently and this second 1llneB3 is hard on himVMrs Chas H Drury gave a most excellent dinner to the Sundayschool teachers here last Sunday In the after nooo we spent a pleasant hour going Hover the lessons for February The ladles of the W F M S are 1 having some very satisfactory meet ings this winter We go in the tore noon take the better halt of the family and take dinner The January meeting was with Mr and Mrs Charles Blan ford and the dinner was the very best j the country could afford The next j will be with Mrs Tfaos J Jolly Feb 0 t it Golden Rod Avoid all drying inhalants and nse- that which cleanses and heals the embrane Elys Cream Balm Is such a remedy and puree Catarrh easily and easantly Cold in the head vanished quickly Price 50 cents at druggists or- by inal 1- Catarrh caused difficulty in speak- Ing and to a great extent loss of hear infj By the use of Elys Cream Balm dropplnl of mucus has ceased voice and hearling ave greatly improved J W Davidson Atty at Law Mon montb III IMPROVING SOME The colored population hada dance att their hall on Front street Saturday night the first affair of the kind for some time There were no fights that bad to be aired in polide court as there I used to be This is a part of tbe program which for some reason or other ey have omitted of late CAPTAINS ON MANY SEAS NEVER WITHOUT PERUNAWt Give Me My Compass and Peruna and I Will Steer Clear of All Wrecks Peruna Known and Praised on Land and Sea MA sick sailor is a pretty helpless man I found that Fcruna will do mono to restore one than any other medi cine I know anti I have carried a couple of bottles on board for seasons Seven years ago Peruna cured mo of bronchial trouble In a few weeks and gave mo such now life and c force that I certainly believe In telling you of It Give mo my compass and Peruna and I will steer clear of wrecks of all kinds and land in port safe and well with vessel and melICapt L T 123 10th Avenue Pensacola Florida CapUE A Watson l E48 Elizabeth trect Ottawa Ontf writes Poruna Juts my heartiest endorsement If thero is any place that you are helpless when ill It Is on board a steamer at sea nines away from any assistance Sometimes two or three of my men would be sick at one time and seriously cripple the force but since we have learned of the value of Peruna by taking a few doses they recuperate very 1 I Wa use it for colds lung Ask for a Free Peruna Almanac for 1905 HAD NO SCHOOL IIpiI Thre was no school in Prof Kings w room the first of the week because of death of his motherinlaw at Wabash Iud On account of the death his halfsister Mrs Chas Lamar at Hancock county Mr Wroe jbis room on last Thursday and FridaklDeserved Popularity cure Constipation and Liver tronbiing by gently moving the bowels and by acting as a tonIc to the liver take Little Early Risers These Famous Pills are mild pleasant and harmless but effective and sure Their universal use for many years is a strong guarantee of their popularity nd usefulness Sold by All DruggIsts for BIG SPRING H Meyer made nis usual trip to Louisville Sunday Jack Collins was in Brandenburg ed Monday the first day of circuit court Dr Strother was to see Mr Thomas of Dick with Dr Stith last TuesdayRev is at Greensburg Ky conducting protracted meeting for 60 Hogard Mrs Nancy Galloway visited the family of James RCUrkson ofStiths Valley last week Chester Mattinglyof Garrett vIsit- ed his aunt Mrs Hugh Buckler Saturday jand Sundav John Witt son of Mr John Witt livIng near nere fell and broke his collar bone last Tuesday James R Clarkson has his sale advertised for Feb 22 He will leave about March 1 for Indiana Mr Raymond was in Brandenburg Saturday and was the guest ot Miss Bertie Wiliett ot Urcveland Sunday- C C Mattin was in Louisville last week and disposed of several hogs 1Mills1 5f who has freqlientlyjnsitfld Miss Zelma Strother will be married Feb 8 to I Mr Lewis Styles ot Hodgenvilln Misses Gertrude Shumate and En nice Russell took the examination here Friday and Saturday for a certificate in common school oranches REVIVAL THIS MONTH A revival will begin at the M E ohuroh South on Sunday February 10 The ineotings will be conducted by u minister from Illinois who has never been heard here He has done great work asa revivalist in other parts of the country He leads the air where he preaches and has both trouble and kidney diseases and have also found Itvery fine for la grippe- S Peruna Is always ono of tho most im portant supplies ot my stenmerE AIWatsonWith r a bottle of Poruna aboard saIlors have a remedy on Which they can rely Commodore U S Navy Commodore Somorvlllo Nicholson of tho United States Navy In a letter from 1837 It St N W Washington D 0 says r unhesitatingly recommend Pe Tuna toallpersons suffering from ca tarrh S Nicholson- If you do not derive prompt and satis factory results from thi uso of Peruna write at once to Dr Hartman giving a full statement of your case and ho will bo pleased to give you hir valuable ad vice gratis Address Dr Hartman President ot The Hartman Sanitarium Coluinbua Ohio Your Druggist Utility and organ music The name of the minister will not announced until next week 1 1Many1 iheomatio pains and prefer to do so rather than take the strong medicines usually given for rheumatism not that quick relief from pain may be had simply by nppling Chamberlains Pain Balm and without tak any medicine internally For sale Short Baynes RINGO FOR CONGRESS Hartford Ky Jan 8The Hartford Herald in its issue of this week pre sents the name of the Hon Ben Ringo Congress Mr Ringo is tit present Commonwealths Attorney for this judicial district Dally Paper For i a Year A daily paper for 100 a year Is something the puoho has longed desire The Chicago Daily Review a delightful famIly dally giving all ijn portant uews marKet reports and 1many interesting departments for menl women and childlen is Bent to subbcrib ers for 1 a year 75 cents for 6 months cents for 3 months Snbscri DO to day Address The Chicago Review Co 309 CocaCola Building Chicago 111 eAAAAAAAAAAAA JewelryMusical Insterments WatchesNo buying Jewelry from us It Is Rood Just what we represent It to be or wo give your money back Wo havo cheap stuff and goodstuff e but we tell you what you are getting p und our word Is us good as our bond In musical iusturmcnts and watches 1t build1t1 j honesty dealing When you i Rant a piece of Jowolry a watch or a musical Instrument think of us your home Jewelers Como In and talk the tnatttT over with us beforu you send away tojdcalors who havo no interest In you further than to sell you something at a good profit and something that dont suit you T Cr LEWIS SON YOUR JEWELERS 3 HARDINSBURQ It KRNTUC- KYivvnvvvrvvvvvvvvvvvvnvv I I j 1 I I II I 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