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H THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS b ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINTA VOL XXIX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 8 1905 8 Pages NO29 I IJD ISOMES TOBACCO FIELD NEAR PATESVILLE ii I I u BOTH LOYAL AND ENTHUSIASTIC u Growers of Breckenridge and Hancock Counties are De termined Not to Cut Down Acreage or to Grade Their Tobacco and Sell on Its Merits REALIZE STRENGTH BY JOINT CONVENTION HERE Wholesouled intense laudable was i theijoint convention grov t ers of Beckenridce and Hancock coun ties at Oelzes Hall lust Saturday The spirit that filled these men was ex emplified in the action of the two local unions of tne American Society of Equity at Victoria who marched In 2 seventy live strong and with colors 3 flying As Henry UtH Moorman aptly said in his speech in the afternoon they wtreas sincere a band ot patriots as ever stool on any battlefield fight lag for industrial rights as their fore fathers fought for religious itnd political righ H Thev came to Cloverport elated over the firmness with which all of them are holding their tobacco lor the price set by the Lynchburg conven tion They came with faith in the notions of that convention and the determination to ao evoything that it had told them tJ do no matter how great the sacrifice When the conven theyIport and every one of the three hun dred or more who came wan more elated tneu ever before over what he had learned They found on coming in contact with each o her that they were holding their tobacco oetter than they Knew that they were prouder than ever of what was done at the Lynchburg convention and that they were more determined than ever to They its advice and that the mer chants the business men in general were their friends and wanted to help them Horning Session Only a short morning session was held In the absence of Urauvilie Wilson president of tho count union a chairman was elected to preside over the meeting W H Tanl Smith Waggoner and E B Oglesby were put in nomination for chairman Mr Oglesby eeuring the nomination Mr Oglesby in aneat speech asked excused from the duty o Cehairman because of other important attend to Accordingly Mr Ogleby ai pointed Mr Waggoner chairman Joel H Pile secretary of the Brecktntidge county union was secretary of the joint convention Mr Waggoner made a short talon k accepting the al posntment as chair man in which be spoke of the Foper lority of the American Society of i Equity over farmers organizations of1 L tne pist After a statement of the object ott the connveution by Mr Ogles by adjonnnent was made for dinner I I- Ir W Afternoon Session Depnty President W S Ball presi tied over the convention at the nf ternocn session In the seating of delegates it was found that Brecknrlge county local unions of the A S of E were rp resented as follows Hardmsburg No Jno Hendrick HnrdSnsburg No G U Jolly McQnady Forrest Miller Askins Sum Rice Tarfork No 1 Dennie Shiran Tarfork No 2 Frank Burden Matlirglv No 3 Wm Mullen Mattingly No a Jas Brickoy Jloverport No2 Jno Warfield Clovrport No 3 Smith Waggoner Jloveiport No 4 Wm FurrowThe following Hancock count local unions were represented Hawesville No 1 A H Bruner Hawesville No3 C A Cahill Haweuville NJ fi O D Royal Victoria No1 Wm McGovern Victoria No2 Neil Burk Lyonia No 1 Jas Errington Uoer lug No1 U Friel Duke No 1 Robt McGavock Patesville No 1 J W Lynch Chairman Ball state that there are about twentyfour local unions of the A S of E in Breckenridge county with a total membership of aoDnt 00 Seventyfive per cent of the tobacco in the county tis held for eight dollars round he said both by members and nonmembers ot the A S of E A H Drnner who is secretary of thA Hancock county union stated that Hancock county has twentyfive local unions with a membership of 709 and that 1800010 pounds of tobaccq are being held for the Lynchburg prices After these encouraging reports were made Mr Waggoner moved that quarterly meetings of the Hun cock and Breckenndge county unions he held in Cloverport The motion unanimously carried and Saturday May 6 was set as the date of the next meeting here The questions of decreasing tho acreage and grading tobacco were con lenirthfMr Ball advocated in a speech of some duration that the acreage be reduced and that the tobacco be graded by competent men and sold on its merits at an avorage of eight cents That Mr Balls plans were opposed by the majority of tho tobacco growers present in shown by the sentiment of the dozen or more representative men of the county who made liveminute speeches otter Mr Ball had finished Many now and vital points wire brought out in these speeches and all were loudly applauded T E McGavock opposed grading of tobacco because it might cause dissat 3 r r isfaction among the growers He sold that the best brains nmonir tue grow ers lead set the pr ce at 48 round at Lynchburg and asked why th ir action beignoredMrBruner sp ke interestingly of tho work in Hancock county Hp said the question of grading tobacco had been buried there There was nothing leftto do about this question ha said after the price of 8 round Jiad been fet by the Lynchburg convention He said President Kv rltt had written him that it was a bad idea to curtail the acreage at present because i would cause the largest crop ever raised to be proJnced That the farm ers should stand by the Lynch urg prices and curtail the acreage after all farmers urA members of the A S ofER E McGavocK touched on a number of points Among other things he said that ell ht cents a ponnd is not much for the I rust to pay for trash when it sells it in the plug at thirty to torty cents tIrOgleshy rend a resolution hande- him by J W Lynch of Prttesville The resolution though not put to vot by the convention was cheered to th echo It read as follows Resolved that we will buy no tobacco that Iis manufactured by any trust company until they give us our price for our Continued on page 4 NEW COMPANY Organized Here Thursday To Build And Operate Ice Factory By I The First Of May WATERWORKS LIGHTS LATER The Cloverport Water Light it Ice company has been organized The concern is incorporated for u capital noneIpany was perfected Thursday after noon at a meeting 01 business men at the Hunk of Cloverport The In orporatcrs ate E E Craw ly and A I Fort of Louisville and H A Oelze F Fraize and M Weath erholt of this city The following officers of the company have been selected F Fraize president A L Fort vinepresident and general manager it LOelze secretary ned treas urerAs soon as the weather will permit tthe company will begin the erection of an ice factory which will have a daily capacity ot ten tons A well will oe sunk at the factory to provide water for the manufacture of the ice well water being more desir able than river water It is the objector the company to have the factory ready for operation by May 1 Two of the ultimate purposes of the new company faro the building of waterworks and an electric lightr plauttItCirneIt It foresight t3l1I that when your stomach and liver are t badly affected grave trouble is ahead 1 unless you taKe the proper medicine for your disease an Mrs John Att Young of CltyN Y did She says I had neuralgia of the liver and J stomach my heart was weakened andII I could not eatr way very bad for along time but in Electri + Bitters 1I found just what I needel for they quickly relieved and cured me Best medicine for s+ enk womin Sold under guarantee by Short Qaynes druggist at r0o a bcttle BY REV J T NEWSOM- The revival to begin at the M E church South on Sunday February 10 will be conducted by Rev J T Newsom of Mucfreesboro Teun Rev Nowsom has held several successful meetings in the Louisville conference mouthstand is now engaged in a meeting at Elkton with Rev W 0 Brandon who is well and favorably known liars At the meeting here both piano and organ will be used and Rev Newnmn will conduct the choir Preparations will be made previous to the revival for extra good music rA GUARANTEED CURE FUR CHILLS Itclilne Illliul Weeding or Protruding Plies Druggist refund money If PAO OINTMENT nits to euro nay case no mutter of how longstanding In 0 to 14 days First yourdrultjtlstI will ho forwarded postpaid by 1arls Medi cine Co lot Louis M- oa NO16 OVERHAULED No iu the illfated Henderson Route engine which fell through the drawbridge at Spottsville last August wade net that trial trip last Wednes day since the accident She was com pletely overhauled at the shops J ROYAL Baking Powder Makes C1en Bred With Royal Baking Powder there is no mixing with the hands no sweat of the brow Perfect cleanliness greatest facility sweet clean healthful food Full instructions in the Royal Baker and Pastry Cook book for making all kinds of bread biscuit andcake with Royal Baking Powder Gratis to anyaddress ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO 100 WILLIAM ST NEW YORK REMARKABLE RESCUE Tack Slaughter Owen Kylor and Harold Lee three young men of Rome Ind narrowly escaped death by drowning in the Ohio river last Thursday while attempting to cross the ice to Stephensport to get the mailThe river did not close between Rome and Stephensport until last Wednesday niuht When the young wre in the middle of the river newmade ne broke anti Slaughter went down His companions could rot near him because of the thin I of tho ice and he struggled in the cold water ten minim es tne ice breaking under Ins weight as he gInnii i j ed tho surface Finally Kylfr and Lee I tied their costa together threw oue end to Slaughterand managed to pull him tn the Kentucky shorn The ice gradually brokeunder Slaughter as heI attempted to climb upon it but companions managed to keep the length of the coats beyond time edge of the ice A large crowd stood on the shore at Stephunsport and witnessed the noble battle for life in midstr amISI100 In Cash You need it every day You also need Paracamph if you suffer from Rheumatism Neuralgia Sore Feet o Sore muscles Paracamph opens the pores induces sweating and by pene trating to time sweat of the alln tnt draws out all fever Soreness and In llammatiou Try a uottlt today DEAD AT NINETYFOUR Peter Styles one of the oldest me in the county died at midnight Sun day at the home of his e1untghterMrs Joseph Morgan at Stephensport Death was duoprimRrily to senility though Mr Styles received two slight strokes of paralysis during the two weeks preceding his death Mr Styles was ninetyfour years of age If he had lived nnfil July 7 of this year he would attain tbe advanc ed age of ninetylive He was a tanner Out retired from active life about ten years ago He is survived by three children Silas Styles Johnson Style- and Mrs Joseph Morgan all of Steph ensportThe funeral was held yesterday morning at lfl0 oclock SOME A S OF E NEWS Hardmsburg Ky Feb 7Spec- ialLocal unions of the American Society of Eqntiy were organize at Askin Oleiideane and Bells school house last week- Hancock County Union A county union of the A S of E local unions of Hancock county has neon organized by E B Oglesiy of this city pursmint to an executive onltr from the national union Twen tylive local unions have been organiz iHl in Hancock and only about five need to be organized J E Mlnnett is president of the county union A iB Bruner secretory and M Stephens treasurer No Cut In Acreage LewispnrtZKy Feb 4 The meet lug of the A S of E held here today was largely attended by tobacco grow ers from the lower half of Hancock county and the upper part of Daviess There was considerable discussion but no definite action was taken ex cept to vote down a proposition that favored limiting the acreage of tobacco to be planted this year Stop Snoring Open up the nose and head by using Faraoamph A positive cure for ca Diechnrgerfrom the Mrs can be eared qUIcKly by using this wonderful medicine u WONT MAKE CONTEST Gus W Richardson the defeated candidate for State Senator filed a snit in the Hancock circuit court last anduBreukenridge counties in time Demo cratic primary on January 28 This was before Mr Richardson made a thorough investigHtion After a more exten lei inv stigxtlon Mr Richnrdacn decided not to contest the election and withdrew his suit The Official Count Tne official count of the vote cast lathe Democratic primary on January 28 was made last Saturday The offi cial count gave Owen a majority of iseshown by the unofficial count n Jas BPace ot Louisville the form er tobacconist of this city was here Saturday on a business trip ooooooocxxxxxxxxxxxxxooooo I OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCXXX Last Run of The Red Fox lit Is Hoped By our local vnrtonni 1 y v r r iei f i irI 7 Translated From the French by 15he Simple LeCopyright e 1901 By Mary p Louise Hendee CoByL pay is often painful and discouraging Who of us has not heard recitals of experiences wherein the narrator re gretted sonic past kindness he had done some trouble he had taken to have nothing hut vexation In return These confidences generally end thus It was folly to do the thing Some- tImes It la right 80 to judge for It Is always a mistake to east pearls before swIne But how many lives there are whose sole nets of real beauty are these very ones of which the doers repent because of mens Ingratitude Our wish for humanity Is that the number of these foolish deeds may go on Increasing And now I arrive at the credo of the mercenary spirit It Is characterized by brevity For the mercenary man the law and the prophets are manila ed in this one axiom With money nu- nn get anythingI From n surface dew of our socialI life nothing seems more evident The sinews of war the sliming mark the key that opens all doors king money if one gathered up all the sayings about the glory nUll power of gold he could make n litanyI longer than that which Is chanted in honor of the Virgin You must be without a peony If only for u day or two and ttryI to live In this world of outs to hove any idea of the needs of him whose purse Is empty- I Invite those who love contrasts and unforeseen situations to attempt to live without money three days and far front their friends nail acquaintances in short fur from the society In which they are somebody They will gain more experience in fortyeight hours I than In a year otherwise Alas for some people They have this experi ence thrust upon them mud when veri table ruin descends around their heads it is useless to remain in their own country among the companions of their youth their former colleagues even those Indebted1 to them People affect to know them no longer With what bitterness do they comment on the creel of money With gold one may have what he will without It Im possible to have anything They be come ipariahs lepers whom every oar shuns IMioH swarm round cadavers mun round gold Take away the gold nobody in there Oh It hits caused tears to low this creed of uuln bitter tetirs tears of blood even from those very eyes which once adored the gold eneulfAntI with It all this creed Is false Women in Out Hospitals Appalling Increase the Number Operations Women Avoid Them ails Mushlu5i MrsFred SeYdel Going through the hospitals in our large tfilii is surprised to find such a large proportion of the patients lying on those Hiimvwhito beds womon and jflrn who are either or recovering from serious opera Uons Why should this bo the case Sim ply hecHiitf they have neglected thom K01YO8 Ovarian and womb troubles are certainly on tilt increase among the woiiiiii of this country they creep upon them unawares hilt every one of there patients in thud hospital beds had plenty of warning In that hearing down feeling pain at left or right of the womb nervous exhaustion pain in Ute Ntiwll of the back leueorrlnoti diz zlneas flatulency displacements of the womb or irregularities All of these symptoms are indications of an un healthy condition of the ovaries or womb and if not heeded the penalty1 olxIalionVhenselves do nut drag along until you are obliged to go to the hospital and sub mit to un operattttbut reiiH inl er that Lydia IIJ Iinkhains Vegetable Compound has aved thousands of women from Kitrgicnl operations When women are troubled with ir regular suppressed pain uI on weakness leueorrluuii displace munt or ulceration of the womb that buaringdowu fueling inflammation of tho ovaries backache blunting or flat ulency general debility indigestion and nervous prostration or are beset with such symptoms as dizziness lassitude excitability nervous ADVISES PATIENCE Emperor Nicholas of Russia receiv ed of workingrnen at the Imperial palace dt Thursday HeiI rHt quite false 1 shall not advance to the attack with hackneyed tales of the rich man astray in a desert who cannot get even drop of water for his gold or the decrepit millionaire who would give half he has to buy from stalwart fellow without a cent his twenty years and his lusty health no more shall I attempt to prove that one cannot buy happiness So many peo pie who have money and so many more who have not would smile at this truth as the hardest ridden of saws But I shall appeal to the common experience of each of you to make you put your finger on the clumsy lie hidden beneath an axiom that all the world goes about repeatingFill purse to the best of your means and let us set out for one of the watering places of which there are so many I meant some little town formerly unknown and full of simple folk respectful and hospitable among whom it was good to be and cost little Fame with her hundred trumpets has an nounced them to the world and shown them how they can profit from their situation their climate their personality I You start out on the faith of Dame Humor nattering yourself that with your money you are going to find quiet place to rest and far from the world of civilization and convention weave bit of poetry into the warp of your days I The beginning is good Natures set ting and some patriarchal costumes slow to disappear delight you But as time passes the Impression Is spoil ed The reverse side of things begins to show This which you thought was as true antique as family heirlooms Is naught but trickery to mystify the credulous Everything Is labeled all- s for sale froth the earths to the in habitants These primitives have be come the most consummate of sharp ers Given your money they have rev1 solved the problem of getting It with the least expense to themselves On all sides line nets and traps like spider webs and the fly that this gentry lies snugly In wait for Is you This Is what twenty or thirty years of venality t has tulle for a population once sim ple and honest whoso contact was grateful Indeed to men worn by city life Homemade bread hits disappear ed butter conies from the dealer they know to an art how to skim milk and adulterate wine they lave all the vices of dwellers In cities without their vir toes in of Performed Each YearHow May J 1 Ruby awaiting uo- mstrua4 irritability I ness sleeplessness melancholy all gone and wanttobeleftalone feelings they should remember there is one tried and true remedy The fol owing letters cannot fail to bring hope to despairing women Mrs Fred Seydel 412 N f 4th Street West Philadelphia Pa writes Dear Mrs Pinkhain Co I WHH in a very serious condition when 1 wrote to you for ml vioo I had a serious womb t anil ovarian trouble and 1 could not curry a child to maturity and way advised that an nmration was my only hope of recovery I hosrltnl strutted mo nil took Lydia B PiiiKlmmi Vegetable Compound and 1 am not only a well woman today but Lave a beautiful baby girl six months old I adviso nil sick amid suffering women to writo you for advice as you have ilono so much for mo1 Miss Ruby Mushrusli of East Chicago I ml writes Doar Mrs Pinklmm I liiivo Neon a great sufferer with irregular menstruation mud ovarian trouble anil ulMiiit thre months ago the dortor after using thuI Xllny on mo said I hailI an nbcess on time ovaries maul would have to Iliavo an operation My mother wanted me to try Lydia E Pink I hum s Vegetable Compound as a last resort and it not only naved mo from an operation but minute me entirely well Lydia E P nlcbams Vegetable Com pound at once removes such troubles Refuse to buy any other medicine for you need the best Mrs PinUham invites all sick women to write her for advice Her advice and medicine have restored thousands to health Address Lynn Muss Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Succeeds Where Others Fail I a diputfttiin a i a a n a I promisedfidiem refonneprrdonedthem for wanting thtr rights and advised them to bd patient and return to tneir worn This aot on the Czard part an As you leave you count your money So much is wanting that you make complaint You are wrong One never pays too dear for the conviction that there are things which money will not buyYou have need in your house of an Intelligent and competent servant At tempt to find this ram avis According to the principle that with money one may get anything you ought as tine position you otter is inferior ordinary good or exceptional to ffind servants unskilled average excellent superior But all those who present themselves for time vacant post are listed In the last category and are fortified with certificates to support their preten sions It Is true that nine times out of ten when put to the test these experts ate found totally wanting Then why lid they engage themselves with you They ought in truth to reply as does the cook In the comedy who Is dearly paid and proves to know nothing Why did you hire out as a cordon bleu It was to get bigger commissions That Is the great affair You will always find people who like to get big wages More rarely you find capability And if you nre looking for probity the dllllculty Increases Mercena ries tinny be had for the asking faith fulness Is another thing Far be it from me to deny the existence of faithful servants at once intelligent and up right Rut you will encounter as mute if not more among the III paid as among those most highly salaried And it little matters where you find then you iiuiy be sure that they are not faithful In their own Interest they nee faithful because they have some what of that simplicity which renders us capable of self abnegation We also hear on nil sides the adage that motley Is the sinews of war There Is no question hurt that war costs much money and we know something about It roes this mean that In order to defend herself against leer enemies mud to human her flag a country need only he rich IIn olden time the Greeks took it upon themselves to teach the Persians the contrary and this lessou will never cease to be repeated in his tory With money ships cannon horses may be bought but not so military genius administrativeI wisdom disci pline enthusiasm Iut millions Into the hands of your recruiters and charge them to bring you a great lender intuit an army You will hind a hun dred caiitnliiK Instead of one anti n a gift of 25000 trom tho royal family to old tae families of this victims of the couflct between strikers and soldi eis in St Petersburg on January 22 have had tne effect of soothing the laboring douses In that part of Russia and of making them content to wait for the promised reforms SAW HIS SHADOW Last Thursday lebmary 2was round hog day and that he saw his shadow there is no doubt as the sun shown brightly all day There is a belief a inoug American farmers that the ground hug comes out on this day and that weather conditions for tine follow irug six weeks are determined by so slight a thing as his seeing or not seeing his shadow or in other words whether the son is shining or obscured by clouds so that no shadow cull be thrown After his winters hiberna tion the ground hog is a timid creature taking fright even nt his own shadow and hoes not recover from the scare for six weeks meanwhile remaining in his hole into which he has scooted at the first alarm This is the logic or illogic- of the ground hog theory which strange as it strikes the scientific mind has many adherents February 2 is also candlemas day and there is a saying that if it be fair and clear there will be two winters in that year This corresponds to the ground hog idea as to weather indications Candlemas day is a Catholic festival so culled because on that day all the wax candles used on the altars and else where in the church services are bless ed at mass The church also cele brates on lFebruary 2 the feast of the Purification of the Blessed Virgin COMPLETE GREAT DAM Neu York Feb IAfter1 ten years of labor and tint expenditure of 9000 300 the new Cornell dune near Croton inHudsoii in Westchester county from which this city will draw largely for water supply has been practically ouipleted It is the largest piece of masonry in the world except the Pyra nids ol lEgypt The flood gates have bt en shut down for the flrjt time and the datum has begun filling with water It iis estimated by the engineers that it will require about two years for the lam to fill When the water reaches the base of its coping it will make a ake sixteen miles long oasX 00 aItheThe Kind You Have Alwas Bougta ISilgnatnie J4 Gfcuet thousand soldiers Hut put menu tar der lire you will have enough of your hirelings At least one might imagine tint with money alone it is possible to lighten misery Ah that too is nn illusion from which we must turn away Money be the sun great or small itlf n seed which germinates Into abuses Unless there go with It Intelligence kindness much knowledge of men It will do nothing but ham timid we run great risk of corrupting both those who receive our bounty and those charged with its distribution Money will not answer for every thing It Is n power but it is nol all powerful Nothing complicates life demoralizes mah perverts the normal course of society like the development of venality Wherever It reigns everybody IH duped by everybody else One cull no longer put trust In persons or things no longer obtain anything of value We would not be detractors of money but this generalI law must be applied to It liverythliig In Its own plncq When gold which should be a servant becomes n tyrannicalI power affronting morality dignity and lib only when soul exert themselves to obtain It nt unity price ottering for sale what Is not mcrchnndlHc and others possessing wealth fancy thin they cant purchase what no one may buy It Is time to rise against this gross annul criminal superstition and cry aloud to the Imposture Thy money perish with thee The most precious things that man possesses he has almost always received gratuitouslyt Let hint learn so to give them CHAPTER IX NOTORIETY XII TIIK IXOIOIUOUS OOOH Nl of the chief puerilities of our time Is the love of adver O tisement To emerge frown obscurity to be In the public eye to milk oneself talked of some people are so consumed with this desire that we are justified In declaring them attacked with tin Itch for publicity In their eyes obscurity Is the height of Ig nominy so they do their best to keep their ninnies In every mouth In their obscure position they look upon them selves as lost like shipwrecked sailors whom a night of tempest hits cast on some lonely1 rock and who have re course to cries volleys tire all tine sig nals Imaginable to let It be known that they tare there Not content with set ting off crackers and Innocent rrckcts many to make themselves heard at MODERN BLUEBEARD Chicago Feb il1our supposed wives of Joliaou Iloch have been dis covered since yesterday The total IIs now twentynine not counting two ill Brooklyn regarding win ur the police have heard rumors The new wives are Mrs LoughkenIIocb said to havi wedded the prisoner in San Francisco four years ago and to have died sad deny Mrs Htildn NagelHoch St Paul Mrs Henry HjiteMIoch and Mrs Fred DoessIIoch both of Cincinnati Two indictments chaigUjj bigamy were voted against Johann Iloch by the grand jury today Three of Hochs supposed wives were witntsses before the grand jury When at the criminal court building waiting to appear before the grand jury the three women m teach other fur the first timethey shook hands and congratulated each other over their escape from Iloch GET STONE JONTRACrH- eim Sellers of this city have a contract to build the new Hendersor Route bridge across Slit river besides they will build culverts for this road al Addiscn and Ilawesville This road during the spring nndsulltmer will build its own line from West Pout to Louisville instead of using the Illinois Central track as heretofore These jobs of stone work come to Heim S Zellers unsolicited and the work will keep front fifteen to thirty workmen busy all spring and far into the summer The stone will be gotten out at the roads quarries near Cloverport and work will begin as soon as spring opens up Caunelton Telephone READTlIIS- Hlohmond Ky Feb 0 1001 Dr E W Hall St Louie MoDear Sir I have used one bottle of thA Texas Wonder Halls Great Dis covery for kidney and bladder trouble I weighed ICO pounds when I began using it today I neigh 170 puodnds an I feAt better tnan I have in twenty years and I cheerfully rec ommend It to the public Keepectfnlly John A Riddle A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle ot the Texas Won del Halls Great Discovery cures all klduey and bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emis sions weak and lame hacks rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your Irnggist it will be sent by mail on receipt of fl One small bottle is two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer P O Box 029 St Louis MolCSend for testimonials told by all druggists k any cost have gone to time length or perfidy and oven crime Tire Incendl nry Erostratus inns made numerous dls clples How many men of today havi become notorious for having destroyer something of murk pulled downor tried to pull down some mans high reputation signaled their passage k short by a scandal a meanness or nr atrocityThis I for notoriety does not surge through cracked brains alone or only In the world of adventurers charla tans and pretenders generally It lint spread abroad In nil the domains ot life spiritual and material Politics literature even science and most odd ous of all philanthropy and religion are Infected Trumpets announce n good deed done and souls must be saved with din and clamor Pursuing Its way of destruction the rage for noise has mitered places ordinarily si lent troubled spirits naturally serene ninth vitiated In large measure null activ ity for good Time abuse of showing everything or rather putting everything on exhibition the growing incapacity to appreciate that which chooses to remain hidden and the habit of esti mating the value of things by the rack et they make intro come to corrupt the judgment of the most earnest men and one sometimes wonders If society will not end by transforming Itself Into a great fair with each one beating his drum In front of his tent Gladly do we quit the dust and thin of like exhibitions to go annul breathe peacefully In some faroff nook of the woods nil surprise that the brook Is so limpid the forest so still the solitude so enchanting Thank God there are yet these uniuvadcd corners How ever formidable the uproar however deafening the babel of merry andrews It cannot carry beyond a certain limit It grows faint and dies away The realm of silence Is vaster than the realm of noise Herein Is our consola tion Rest a moment on the threshold of this Infinite world of Inglorious good of quiet activities Instantly we are under the charm we feel In stretches- of untrodden snow In hiding wood flowers In disappearing pathways thatI seem to mail to horizons without Tine world Is so made that the engines of labor the most active agencies are everywhere concealed Nature affects a sort of coquetryI in masking her operations It costs you pains to spy lienl out ingenuity to surprise her If you WILL HAVE FORTY Prof Andrew Dnskell reports that his school the Horned Normal has twuntytive pupils enrolled with the expectation of won having forty OWENS MAJORITY The vote at Lyonia Hancock coun ty in the primary for State Senator on January 28 had not been reported to the News and several of Its contemporaries when they went to press last week For this reason the vote 2S for Owen and iJ for Richardson is given here This majority of t enty five at Lyonin for Owen added to his majority of 420 in eight remaining pro c nets makes a majority of 451 Ow en received a majority of U2 in Breck would see anything nut results and penetrate time secrets of her laborato rles Likewise In human society tine forces which move for good remain In visible and event in our individual lives what Is best In us is incom municable burled In the depths of us And the more vital are these sensibil ities and Intuitions confounding them selves with the very source of our be- Ing the less ostentatious they are They think themselves profaned by ex posure to time light of day There Is n secret anti Inexpressible Joy In possessing at the heart of ones being an Interior world known only to God whence nevertheless come im pulses enthusiasms the dally renewal j of courage and tins most powerful mo tives for activity among our fellowmen l When this intimate life loses in intensity when man neglects jt for what Is superficial he forfeits In worth all that he gaits in appearance By a sad fatality It happens that in this way we often become less admirable in proportion as we are more admired And we remain convinced that what is best in the world Is unknown there for only those know it who possess it and If they speak of it In so doing they destroy Us charm There are passionate lovers of nature whom she fascinates most in byplaces in the cool of forests in the clefts of canyons everywhere that the careless lover is not admitted to her contempla 1 tlon Forgetting time anti the life of jthe world they pass days In these In violate stillnesses watching a bird build its nest or brood over Its young or Homo little groundling nt Its grit cious play So to seek the good within himself one must go where lie no longer hinds constraint or pose or gallery of any sort but the simple fact of a life made up of wishing to be what it Is good for It to be without troubling about anything else May we be permitted to record here some observations made from life As no names are given they cannot be considered Indiscreet I In my country of Alsace on the soil tary route whose interminable ribbon stretches on and on under the forests I of time Vosgcs there is n stonebreaker whom I have seen at his work for thirty years The first time I come upon him I was n young student set ting out with swelling heart for the great city Time sight of this man slid I ITobe Continued enridge county and Kicbardson A ma jority of OiW in Meade county making Owens majority in the district 31U It was stated in the News last week tnat Owens majority in the district would be about J05 bis majority at Lyonia being estimated at about twen 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Methodist Presbyterian Baptist and other de nominations have joined hands and fought the several battles of each day side by side uhoulder to shoulder Jew or gentle Catholic or Protes tant it mattered not all were gladly welcomed to the foot of the Cross If it shall develop that in Gods provI- dence the work in Schenectady has helped to herald another Ureat Awakening in the United States great will be the reward of Schenea tadys Christian WOrKers in the knowledge that to them was given the great privilegeTestimony of a personal character some of It too sacred to print has i come to the workers from all sides in the city and from places outside proving that much good probably per manent good has been done Equally great has been the privilege ot the workers in the recent revivals at Elmira Binghamton Denver and else where Equally great will be the priv ilege of those wno shall work with the Rev Dr Dawsonof London England in the four months evangelistic mis sion which he is about to begin a mong the Congregational churches of AmericaVast was the audience which faced the workers when the clostngtor tne present meeting opened in the State Street Methodist Church on Sunda night All ranks and conditions of the communitv were there and many had come from surrounding places Some had even walked into town from places four or five miles out m the country and then were obliged to stand throughout the entire service notwithstanding tho fact that all the city churches except the Rev Mr Lnnns own church were hold ing HTvioeu at the same hour Many of those present at the other services came to the Stale street church at their close to participate in the after meetingWhen the Rev Mr Lunn stepped to the front of the platform to beam his last sermon of the present series of aggressive evangelism meeting one could have heard a pin drop so profound was the anxious silence of the vast gathering Mr Lunn called rising testimonies to the need of Christ but as usual with a Sunday night audience responses were slow at first Just as tC am without one plea Pass me not 0 gentle Sav iour Shall we gather at the river and other simple gospel hymns were sung during which twentyseven rose Wine of Cardui i Cured HerI 218 South Prior Street ATLANTA GA March 21 1003- I suffered for four months with extreme nervousness and lassitude I had a sinking feeling in my stomach which no medicine seemed M to relieve and losing my appetite I became weak and lost my vital ity In three weeks I lost fourteen pounds of flesh and felt that I must find speedy relief to regain my health Having heard Wino of Cardui praised by several of my friends I sent for a bottlo and was certainly very pleased with the l results Within three days my appetite returned and my stomach troubled mo no more I could digest my food without difficulty and tho nervousness gradually diminished Nature performed her functions without difficulty and I am once more a happy and well woman OLIVE JOSEPII Thai Atlanta Friday Klsht Clnlj Secure tit Dollar Bottle of i Wine of Cardui Today J at the first meeting Those who wished to leave did so while tne last verse of Jesus Lover of my Soul was be ing sung but fourfifths of the vast audience remained for the after meeting in Iwhieh the feeling was intense For nearly another hour Mr Luna continued his pleading for souls with the result that thirtythree more mostly adults ruse for prayers mak ing sixty in nil for the euire service At the afternoon meeting in Mr Lnnns own church probably the most conservative church in the city twentythree persons rose Word came of 1011 having ripen during the day in a three ot the Sunday schools mak ing total for the day of 1113 with several other schools not heard from Toward the close of tonights Uieet ings it was announced that during the lour weeks campaign a total of 701 rising testimonies for Christ and n better life hud been given The Rev GE Ta Image pastor of the Second Hetormed Church was cal led on to close the meeting but before doing so performed the pleasIng duty of handing to Miss Sanford and Mr Lunn very mach to their surprise financial souvenirs given spontau eously Iby the burliness non of the city Miss Sanford made a little speech of thanks in her own sweet way as also did Mr Lunn who took occasion to testify to the great assistance rendered by the Mlnisteiial Asso ciation the aggressive evangelism committee of three and many laymen II And so ended the most powerful series or revival meetings ever enjoyed by the city ot Schenectudylt is doubt fnl however if the closing of this series of meeting sends the religious revival in Sch neotady as the noon meetings for business men go on ape cial prayer meetings for Wednesaay and Thursday are called in the various churches and there will be a special union service next Friday Evening of all the nineteen churches which have cooperated so earnestly in this great movement Startling But True People thb world over were horrified on lexrnng of the burning of a Jhicago theater in which nearly six nnndred people lost their lives yet more than five times this number or ove 8000 people died from pneumonia in Chicago dnrng the same year with suarcely a passing notice Every one of these casses of pneumonia resulted from a cold and could nave been pre vented by the timely use of Chambe Iains Cough Remedy A great many who had evey reason to fear pneumonia have warded it off by the prompt i use of this remedv Tne following iisI an instance of this sort Too much cannot be said in favor of Chamber lains Cough Remedy and especially for colds and influenza Know that it cured my daughter Laura of a se vere cold and 1 believe saved her life when she was threatened with pneu monia W D Wilcox Logan New York Sold by Short Haynes ROMANTIC WEDDINGS Fordsville has been very much inter ested in n wedding which occuml thre weeks ago in Rockport hid Mr Asa Drown is a soldier and Miss Lena Smith of FordsviUe was his sweet heart He caste home on a furlough and his sweetheart came to Oweusboro to visit her brother Mr J II Smith Mr Brown came down and together they went to Rockport and were marri ed Returning home they said nothin about it and It was not until Saturda that the news reached Fordsville through an nnou cement of the marriage license They were confronted with the publication and acknowledged the fact Mr W C Smith of Iowa was a com race of Mr Brown in the army About a year ago he introduced Mr Smith by mail to Miss Marie Bratcher of Fords ville and a correspondence was com menced fled kept up Mr Smith accompanied Mr Brown home on leave ot absence and the appearance of his epistolary sweetheart so won upon him that he proposed an immediate marriage and was accepted They came to Owensboro Tuesday and were married returning home on the night tram Doth of the grooms will leave in a few days for their posts ot duty and it will he more than a year before theycan n gain meet their bridesOwensborI- nquirer A HEAVYWEIGHT GIRL The heaviest girl in the world is Meda Miluioite of Kentucky fifteen years oldand tVfighitig 30 pounds Sli has gained eightyfour pounds in the last hree years She is exceedingly active physically and mentally as bright as any girl of her age Her father mid mother are of normal weight and her sister and brother of less than ordinary size THREE MORE WELLS Judge WfUiipler is here overseeing the work of a force of men in leaning out the oil wells in town Everything is nearly r dy for the sbootint which it ia believed will give some insight into the value of the hole and this Grid Contracts were let Monday f r the puting down of three more wellsIIHlcllck Clarion WITH IRVINGTON Church The Elizabethtown District Missionary Institute Meets Feb 21 The Program The District Missionary Institute of the M E church South for the following charges Brandenburg Wolf Creek ytephensport Hardinubnrg Falls of Rough MuDanieln Hardm Spring Big Spring and Irvington will convene at Irvington February 21 at 180 oclock p m The programme is ns follows Opening services and organization 200 Ip to Methodism Essentially Missionary LM Russell 230 p mIs the Assessment Out of Proportion to the Ability of the Church 1 E M Gibbons t00 pnlSome Foots and Figures with Special Reference to the Eliza bethtown District T L Crandell jJO pmQualifications Necessary to Success of a Domestic Missionary J A Savage 700 p mSermon U S King SECOND DAY fl00 a ra Does it Pay A View of the Work Accomplished in Heathen Lands 11 H Hartford Si0 nmDoes it Pay Our Work in Roman Catholic Countries W R toilbey 1000 a mlJoes it Pny in its In fluence on the Church F R Roberts 10110 mBest Methods to be Employed in Raising Collections W A Hynes 1100 amOur Resolve for the Fu ture C L Beard J W Piggott T C Stith A U Glnsscock and others AFTERNOON I 200 pmWomansForeign Missionary Society conducted by Mies T C Daniel conference cnrrespondmg secretary 300 p mi Womans Home Mission I Society Miss Ada Lewi conference secretary 700 pm Sermon T L Ciande 11 CENTENNIAL NOTES The Government buildings at theJJ Lewis and Clark Exposition cover 12 acres An extensive outdoor display mader I The log in the Forestry Building the Lewis and Clark Exposition atII J large enough to build a onestory cott age 40 x 40 feet ia size The model military camp will be a feature of the Lewis awl Clark Exposi tin Visiting military will give daily drills during the Exposition period Tilt beautiful scenery of the Pacific Northwest will he an exhibit itself for the people of the East gad West who visit the Lewis and Clark Exposition at Portland this summer The cream of Missouris display at the Worlds Fair at St Louis will be transferred to Portland for the Lewis and Chink Exposition Missouris exhibit at St Louis cost 1000000 Thirty national conventions will meet at Portland during the Lewis and Clark Exposition Most of the sessions will be held in Festival Hall auditoriumeseats i000 persons An esplanade one mile long extends along the lake front at the Lewis and Clark Centennial Visitors may prom enade along this at night and obtain an excellent view of the electrical effects on the grounds and buildings I Dr T K Hunt who has charge Louisianag I theyPniliopinen collecting an exhibit of the wild tribes of the Islands to bring to the Lewis and Clark Exposition APPALLING FIGURES Robert Hunter former 11t ndof the University Settlement iu New York city has declared that 700CO hiiiltuii I alllllthatI J people in distress Mr Hunter speaks I as one who has made a thorough study aIIsoI I country are forced to work when they I ought to he iu school that 5000000 women have to work and 2000000 off these in factories and twills 1 In reply to inquiries we have pleasII tire in announcing that Elys Liquid Cream Balm iqi like the solid prepara thatoit cleanse snail Mats tueintriues effected j by nasal catarrh There is no dying to sneezing The Liquid Uenni Balm who have 11troublei ii nnd preter sprnying The price inII centss I Sold by druggists or mailed by Ely Brothers 50 Warren StreetNew York SECOND COLD WAVE The second severe cold wave of the winter held the country in its grasp the latter part of last week The cold wasII most intense last Wednesday but the temperature was not so low as it was onr Wednesday January 25 III this city the murcury went down to within three or opr r1e rees of zero At soul points in the State it was a few degrees below zero In Montana it was forty and fifty lelow Gorges were formed at poiuts in thf Ohio river where ice had not sus petclod navigation during the first cold wave M Nerve Fag If You Waste Your Nerve Energy After Awhile You Will Suffer For It You ran waste nerve force by excels overwork worry nnxlfty etc You can weaken yourself by not eating proper food or securing sufficient rest to renew the nerve energy you use up Tho proper treatment In addition to good phosphatlc food such as wholo meal bread prepared cereals etc Is Dr Miles Restorative Nervine This Iis as truly n brain and nerve food AS nny food you could eat and be sides furnishes strength and tone of Its own which goes to tho weakened nervo system and sets It to rights Dr Mtluw Kusturatlvo Nervine Is a rev freshing revitalizing tonic foodmedlclno for the brain and nerves It reconstructs wornout nervo tissue and fllln your languid brain with now life and vigor Dr Mlles Xervino has made so many marvi louH cures of people so sick tho doctors thought they woro Incurable that It IH today tho standard medicine In many thousands of American homes The first bottle Is guaranteed to help you or druggist returns your money The extreme heat close confinement nnd Intense mental strain Incident to tho bunking business has canoed mo to suffer with nervousness and Insom nia It gives me to say that I have used Dr Mlles Nervine with very satisfactory results In tho treatment of these affections I am now on my fifth bottle nnd eat and sleep well In tart have almost orrotlfr that t possess nprIHIt L 15ALBY Asst Cashier State Dank Tcxarcuna Ark Write to us for Fro Trial FREE Package of Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills the New Scientific Remedy for Pain Also Symptom plank Our Specltilist will diagnose your case tpll you what IH wrong and how to right It Free DK MILES MKDICAL CO LABORATORIES ULK11AKT 1ND ALL SORTS THESE The Height of Happiness Atlanta Constitution How high you reckon heaven isY I never did think bout de die tance but Im sho ter fly dar ef Satan dont levy on my wings Personal Liberty Atlanta Constitution Personal liberty is imperilled in KentucKy They have taken Colonel Jack Chinns gun away from him However the colonel was allowed to keep his bowie knife Frenzied Life ITheHustle hustle hustle hustle Every day And hour and minute Hustle must be made your watchword If you would be strictly in it Be A GcntI eman CilonnlH Graphic Be n democrat if you want to be a populisteor prohibitionist it yon so desire but Iabove all be a gentleman at all times and under all circumstances and do not forget during that time that it is always your duty to stand by you town your state and your nation Th man who is not a patriot should not be permitted to live in a laud of pa triotism Monument To Indian Woman Kansas City Journal There is a wove on foot among tno Master Masons of Indian Territory to provide a monument fund for Mm Eliza Alberty a Cherokee widow of a Master Mason It is said this woiUiMi ham cared for and reared twentyone orphan children Judge Henry M Fnnnan of Ardmoie one of the most prominent Masons in the Territory in an address recently eulogized this woman bv saying Brethern while we nave been professing Masonry this woman Tins been living Masonry Nobodys Business lNow York Sunl The truth of this story is vouched for by the victimtt IIII asked Ins wife She was not quick to offer an explanation- It was here only yesterday re marked the husband I unow it was said the wits with C touch IYes I know it was I just got sick nod tired of seeing that coat and a lot of other old stuff lying around cluttering things up and I solditthis morning Yon Fold it Sold tho coat tne old limo coat Yes I sold it And I dont want you to go around moping about it DearI didnt want the coatbut tomorrow is your birthday and I had iiidden a ring and a nice yellow bill in tho inside pocket I wanted to sur lisa you and I couldnt think of a better hiding place The victim says that what happened after that is nobodys business A Tight Chest Caused from heavy colds often leads to Pneumonia Paracnmph will rev here this condition instantly When applied it stimulates tho condition and draws out all inflammation You dont take it rub it on Dont delay jet a bottle and use it today REPRIEVE FOR WOMAN Wnterbury Vt Feb 2Ms Mary Rogers who was to have beau hanged hUSjbundI OOOOOOOOOOOOOONOOOON000 e 44 I Bank of HardinsburgOFFICERS B F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier DIRECTORS Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beard Dr A M Kiucheloe D S Richardson against loss by fire or iiInsured paid on time deposits burglaryii N01000100000 00000000100000 +000000000 J The Breckinridge Bank Cloverport Ky Capital Stock 45100 Surplus 7000 Incorporated Organized in1872 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 furnisbedour customers tree NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTSI Interest paid on time deposits oa eo esN i First State Bank IRVINGTON KY W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R Wl1lPVlctPlesidt1J1 H H KEMPIJR Cashier iiAccounts of Corporations Firms nnd Individuals solicited r Interest Paid on Time Deposits el SS N eoe tH NNtNNi + r rI THEmm The most centrally located and only 4t- firstclassI Fifth Avenue hotel In the city making a 4 rateiI block from the principal ft shopping district and two blocks from t HOTELif the principal theatres M tiStreeti cars pass tho door to all parts ft cityLoI I ft I noat andcloan Afi rf PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr firI TjTTi i T T +T YT T r 3r nn 000 00 +000+ 001010+ 0100 I DAN BROOKS CO I I LIVE STOCK J- I 11ERCHANTSeI ff- A O CENTRAL STOCK YARDS LOUISVILLE KY s + 11114 L FRISCO SYSTEfl Chicago Eastern Illinois R R Double Daily Trains M St BETEENII I MORNING AND EVENING From LaSalle Street Station Chicago 950 a m910 p m From Union Station Merchants Bridge Sf Louis 930 a m946 p m Morning or evening connection at both termini with lines diverging throughoutoIIEquipped with constructed practical and approved safety appliances II r u StylishComfortable ComfortableTailor clothes All the latest patterns for suits and trouteis in high grade fabrics Clothes node by modern methods Fit guar anteed Moderate prices Ex port tailors employed J II HUNSCHE Casper May L Co CHunelton had IHALCS V G BABBA- GEAttorneyatLa PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR piety years exporiouc n cling estates All collettioit uiableCloverport KentiieAti i II I One Minute Cough Cure For Coughs Colds and Croup Sarvfords Fine Inks 6 Mucilage In full assortments of handy sip tattta Library and photo pastes to boat JNO D BABBAGE School books etc SICILIANHairi I IbeI THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D and V G BABBAGE Editors and Proprietors 0 oo 00 ou Issued Every edncsday Subscription Trice 100 n year or 125 if paid at the end of year I CARDS OJF THANKS over live lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per lino- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money in advance Examine tho label on your paper If it is not correct please notify us- When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as the new addr- essEIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 81905I- T THOUGHTS is an important thing for the people of this nation to re member their rights but it is even more important thing for them to remember their duties In the last analysis the work of statesmen and soldiers tho work of the public men shall go for nothing if it iis not based upon the spirit of Christianity working in the millions o t homos throughout the country so that there may bo that social the spiritual that moral foundation without which no country can ever rise to permanent greatness President Roosevelt 0 TIIK beef trust is still in business ONII brick never builthouse will one advertisement build a business SEE Unit your shot hits was President Roosevelts advice to th i boys in the navy- ANDUEnv CAUNKUIK is opposed tollbuilding a liotol around a liquor license So is every other good man orTIIK farmers who are holding their tobacco are holding in their hands the destiny of tobacco culture in Kentucky Their success means stability and fair prices in the future EXKKOV will do anything that can be done in this world You may throw wide open the opportunities of the world lend ifyou haven t the energy to take hold of them they are no good Tin unsuccessful man waits for something to turn up Thatsi Alicawberiing The successful undo gets out and hustles und turnsi up things upon his own account And that usually is advertising TIIKKK is an old proverb that all things come to him who waits The uptodate proverb is all things come to him who goes after them The farmers have discarded the old and taken on thei now und we see where they are right TIIK farmers may not do things just in order in their meetings hut they know what they want and that is three eights for their to bacco And they know further that it takes holding to do it Th holding part theyve got down pretty pat MAVK you made a guess on the amount of money that will be paid1 into the Treasury Department at Washington March 27 next Study the sttttwtics und the present conditions make your guess and send it to us with a dollar get the host country paper in Kentucky and iif you are lucky you will also get a fortune with it Dont put it oil Do it now MIUIITV as are steam told electricity in the domain of iindustry they are but shadows of the mightier power concentrated thought as expressed in type and spread before tho world1o let the worldi know through type who and what and where you arc and what youi have that this great world wants is the secret of success and the printing press is its mightiest machine to that endThos A Edison THKV say the farmers can win if they stand together The tone and sentiment of tho meeting held in this town last Saturday had ov cry indication in that direction Because the farmer has failed i other organizations is no reason why he should fail in this lie real izes what failure means in this instance Failure is not written In his banner nor in his heart IIcI stands for right against might for his own home and fireside und he cant help but win Are you with him 1 1ITis a shame and a disgrace to any civilized community to see the way in which whisky is being sold in this town The grand jury ought to look into the platter There is a wholesale whisky house right hero in the heart of a local option town They sell it in five gallon packages to one man This one man gets it divides it up into smaller packages and lets his friends have it at a small advance This is clearly a violation of tho local option law and ought to bo stopped What lire the oflicors of tho town doing They certainly know that whisky is being sold here They know it is sold in violation of law and order It is a criminal offense just the same as any other offense against the law Why not stop it IIOA KTY M10VE POLITICS We entirely agree with Col Harry Sommcrs of the Elizabeth town News in the following When tho country press of Kentucky wakes up to the importance of being independent and standing for the right above party then we shall have good government Ilndns President Roosevelt says A square deal for every citizen ColSoin mors says Tho News is independent enough in politics to endorse a goo thing in tho Republican party and to denounce a wrong thing in the Democratic party Wo believe that every man owes a higher alleg iancc to the Ton Commandments than ho does to either party law or party official The country just now is thinking moro of honesty and demanding more honesty than it ever did of its public servants Men like Folk Douglas LaFollette Bryan Roosevelt have won the high est esteem of the American people not because of the party to which they belong but because people have absolute confidence in thoir integrity An honest official who enforces the law to the letter should have the approval and endorsement of all honojt people regardless of his political affiliation and a dishonest official one who uses his oflico to promote his own interests regardless of the public welfare should have tho condemnation of all honest men regardless of political affilia jt thesetI fidence I r H 4 t THIS REMEDY 1 la euro to GIVE Satisfaction Elys Cream Balm G Relief ai Once It cleanses soothes and heals tho dis eased membrane It cure Catarrh and drives away n Cold In In thn Head iulcklv It Is ubsort cd Heals and Protects the Memhrano Restores the Senses of Taste and Smell Full slro 50c nt drujrpIsM or hv mall Trial Slzi lOc fov mull ELY imOTHtms MWnrren Street KY ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR COUNTY JUDGE HonryDlJllatmCounty Judge f Breckenrlduo county sub Jest to the action of the Democratic party FOR REPRESENTATIVE VVe are authorized to announce Selby II McCrucken as n candidate for ative from Hreckcnrldgo county subject to the action of tho Democratic party COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS At its regular meeting Monday night the city council exemptied the Cloverport Light Water Ice om panys property from taxation for five years thetiiOO ordinance books of about 12J pages eachMarshal DeHavcn was ordered to stop children from coasting on the Baptist cnnroh hill because of danger teamstIt was decided to give the gasoline street light a thirty days teat before lightethe city with this system Afraid of Strong Medicines Many people suffer for years fro In ibeumatio pains and prefer to do so rather than take the strong medicines usually given for rheumatism not knowing that quick relief from pain may be had simply by tippling Cham berlains Pain Balm and without tak ing any medicine internally For sale by Short Haynes DOWELLPAYNE 13kron Ky Feb 7SpecialDlrJ- Iroctor Dowell and Miss Maude Payne were married in the new Baptist church here last Wednesday afternoon at a oclock Rev D F Shncklett the pastor officiating The ceremony was witnessed by a large congregation of friends The wedding march was play ed by Miss Pearl Shacklett The at tendants were Miss Annie Childs and Mr Wordie Biniger Bumseare instantly relieved and perfectly healed by Buoklens Arnica Salve U RivenbarK Jr of Norfolk Va writes I burnt my knee dreadfully that it blistered all over Bucklena Arnica Salve stopped the pain and healed it without a soar Also heals all wonndM and sires 25c at Short Haynes druggists ARM BROKEN BY FALL Mrs Maria Duncan slipped on th sleet Sunday afternoin and fell the lef arm near the shoulder being lroken a a result She was leaving 2 the home of her niece Mrs C T Mc Glanaban and had just stepped out of the gate when the accident occurred She fell Ion her left arm when she supped She was carried into the McLlanahannand attended br Dr Simons The breaidng of her arm is especi ially a serious injury to Mrs Duncan recause of bar age and of other in juries which have made it necessary tor her to walk on crutches for many years Her hip has been broken and both her wrists by falls at different times A Red Hot Stove Burns whbn you touch it but i you have Parncainpb Frst Aid o the In jured handy and apply freely the pain is relieved quicky and it heals with at leaving an ugly scar There is nothing so good lor Burns Cuts nnd Bruises as Paracamph Try a 25o bottle HOW DID IT HAPPEN 1 Some porson on Saturday night broke a large hole in a window near the front entrance of the Bank of Cioverport Some persons think the hole was made by a snowball others a bullet etc One citizen if not more is of the opinion that the person who broke the glass slipped in front of the missledhave caused the damage Monday morning a sign giving what informa tion the bank officials had concerning the broken window was placed in front of it It read Dont Know How It Happened IN NEW BUSINESS J H Brown is making plans to go into the feed store and feed stable bus mess He will soon begin the erection of a suitable building for his business The building will be located on a lot east of Hamman S Sons store which was occupied before the fire of 1001 by tne old Hamman furniture store The lot has a frontage of twenty six feet on Wall street Mr Brown bought the lotrecently LOYAL AND ENTHUSIASTIC Continued from pale 1 lent tobacco and recommend that nil other lodges of the A S of E do likewise FJadge Carter said all the tobacco growers have to do is what the little Japs did and Port Arthur will fall Hardin Walker made ono of the most interesting talks of the afternoon He argued that tobaccj should not be graded because of the incompetence of the WU who do rho grading and told- f a number of personal experiences to show the incompetence existing along this line Ha said thit no man has any right to do anything outside of what was done by the Lynchburg conven tion that the tobacco isreally al ready graded because the convention has fixed the price- E B Oglesby imparted the infer nation that the Bunk of Cloverport was in sympathy with lne farmers and willing to advance money at reason able rates to farmers who couldnt hold their tobacco unaided This news was received with applause JI C Murray referred to the knockout blow recently give the best trust by the Supreme Court and intimated what a grent thing It would bt1 for the farmer if the Supreme Court would do likfiwise with the tobacco trust He said be advised the farmers to stink together and tluy would win Henry Dell Moorman said he re garbed the farmers composing his audience as sine re a bind of pa triots as ever stood on any battlefield He urged them to stick to everything the official organ of the A S of b advised He said the farmer has the support of every lawyer and Ihynil Clan every man in fact who has sense enough to know wher he gets his bread Mr Waggoner said he had belonged to all the farmers organizations of the past thirty years He said that all of them except the S of E failed because they had hold of tho wrung end of the string that they tried to set prices on the products of people they bought from instead of on their own products Mr Pile spoke of the surprising way in which the country papers are standing by tin farmers many of them being almost half filled with tobacco news He spoke for the News and the Democrat and said that both would gladly publish any good thought which left unsaid at the meeting would be sent to either Chas Adkisson said he believed the tobacco should be graded but not sold below the Lynchburg prices Head located the farmers renting a ware house and holding with help of banks for twelve cents a pound Mr Adkisson was the last speaker to talk at any length Before the convention adjourned a revolution of thanks to the citizens of Cloverport for tleir courtesy to the farmers and the free dinner furnished them and to the Bank of Cloverport asennanimoustvotes NOTES- It was very evident to many that Hancock county is much better organized than Breckenridge Victoria No 1A S of E 8 8 8 and Vintona No2 A S of E 8 S 8 were printed on the banners carried by peventytive members of the two local unions lit Victoria They marched into town on horseback and in decorated wagons Tom Burk and Frank Wells rodA at the head carrying the banners It was a sight to make ever t man proud of the Amer scan Society of Equity and the men who rode behind its banners RIVER STILL FROZEN The Ohio river is still frozen over in front of Ibiscity and is practically closed from Louisville to Cairo so far as navigation for any distance is con cerned The ice here is about eighteen inches thick A log wagon was pulled across by hand last Friday and scoresI of persons have crossed on the ice many of them for the novelty of it At Milton Ky the ice is so thick that a 10000 pound toiler was hanled over the Ice on a sled drawn by two horses YOUNG BOYS FUNERAL- The J funeral ot Roy Bishoff son ot Mr and Mrs Sam Bisnoft was eon ducted from the residence last Wednes day afternoon by Rev PL King Mr and Mrs Loo Bishoff were here from Irvington to attend the funeral BIRTH AT CUSTER Born February 1 to Mr and MrsII Alfred Taylor of Ouster a OASTO X- ActJiHW Bears tea- Signature Always Bough or THE fA A Io the Thousands have used this reliable remedy with perfect confidence and success for 62 years because they know just what it contains The formula consists of Buchu Hydrangea Mandrake Yellow Dock Dandelion Sarsaparilla Gentian Senna and Iodide of Potassium Any doctor or druggist will tell you that this is a scientific of great merit for all diseases having their origin Kidneys or Blood After of experience and patient j nl Thacher so the process of manufacture that it bring- the expected relief whets taken to directions Thousands of sick ones to whom life has been a burden have written grate letters of thanks SPHED MISSISSIPPI Oct 17 190i constipatfou also a severe liver troublewIth indigestionn I hae suffered well at night In act had no energy to work or even with loss of appetite Could not rest exhausted until I walk around I felt like I was packing a heavy load and was easily from the first dosewhich helped me almostand Dlood Syruptook Dr Thacherl Liver thatknewand onehalf bottles I felt like a different man and I When I had taken one used In all three bottles and considerImedicineit was due entirely to your perfectly cured At this time my appetite Is good I sleep well and feel p 4 T I SrKUlJ t Jrefreshed on arising In the morning II you need a medicine write today for II Free sample bottle awl U Dr Book illreyrm1rtonu for adtlThaeherelfealfh wuf 100O Centsdo ce all drupplatrour expense We know wkat it will ThacHer Medicine Co Tenn SHIPS CLAY Murray Roofing Tile company made a shipment of clay shingles to Waitman last week The shingles will be used in roofing n new depot being built there for the Henderson Route The companys plant here has turned out some firotclnss fancy and plain roofing tile Subscribe for the NEw- sMATTINGLY Miss Harriott Pate of Pisgah is sick Mrs Fritz Tabeling is quite sick Tim Philips had a horse to die last Saturday night Otis uulof Pisgah was the guest of Miss Lena Hawkins last Heron left Sunday for St Joe Mo where ho has asceptcda positionOily Brickoy of McQuady is still very sick with but little hope of his recovery Mr and Mrs Ernest Pate will leave for Evansville about the first of March to reside Sam Brickey visited his uncle Ben Wilson ands family near Mc Quady last Sunday and Monday Mr and Mrs B F Frank en tertained the young people to a party last Friday night in honor of their visitor Miss Maymo Seat on Mr and Mrs W B Taul have returned from a visit to her brother Minor Furrow near who is very low withconsumption Mr and Mrs James Brickoy and mother Mrs Margtret Brick T DR and Wood Syrup CURES BY REMOVING CAUSE 1 THREEFOLD REMEDY loll trouble the aid i Blood andReliable combination years cxMmncnij perfected according ful greatly mselfI CHattanooga SHINGLES- The Stophcnsport THACHERS Liver lavedfaadKldser Purifies 11estutplyaskyoutofrglt- at SundayJohn ey will leave the first of March for Nickcrson Kiln where they will make their homo Hardin Walker our merchant and postmaster has bought prop erty from James Perkins on tho Clovorport and Hardinsburg read near Clover creek and will shortly move but will still engage in the mercantile business DRIP C MITCHEllr DENTIST OFFICE OVER THE FAIR Satisfaction assured Professional Prices Jo 1ANEW I SHOE I STORE m 7r- fI have opened a complete line mi of shoes forft womenflhand at1mymain street k j 1tjfj1 OJ i sly r r rrrf l Y W A Walker I DENTISTffjSatisfaction guaranteed v ifPatronize1 your home dentist W i Office over Klncheloes Drug Store vt o HARDINSBURU KY yi m J Ji n I Are You Going to Build any of the Above f- ft If so we want you to write to us about the lumber you will jif- K need Our prices are right and we will be sure to satisfy you I1 m JP Will Co LUMBERMEN IIf- fl LOUISVILLE 8 M KENTUCKYO O All persons owing tho estate of AI Hamman or M man Son are requested to call and settle with- C W Hajnman All persons having lImnIIclaims against the estate to pre sent same properly proven JIM t I To Cure a Cold in One Day in Cores Two Crip Days J Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets A PH on every Seven MDHon boxes sold in past 1 2 months This signatureIC box25c i So TiredIt may be from overwork but the chances are its from an In active LIVER 14With a well conducted LIVER one can do mountainr of labor without fatigue It adds a hundred per cent to ones earning capacity it can be kept in healthful action by i and only b- yTutts Pills TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE 4The Breckenridge News t c=WEDNESDAY February 8 1001 Valentines V G Babbage Son J D Beaton was in Owensboro lastt Wednesday Jno Heron left Sunday for Teffer son City Mo to reside- J M Fitch spent Sunday in Louis vile with relatives Mr and Mrs A L Fort of Louis ville were In the city Thursday Miss Plumie Martin of Lyonia has J been visiting Miss Jennie Patterson A H Murray returned Just week from a business trip to Huntington W VaMrs Ella LaNeave and daughter Lucilo have returned from Franklin TennPeople who want clothing and gro r taeries at cost come at onesW T TilfordCottage prayermeeting was held Sat urday afternoon at the homt of Mrs J H Wills Muses Rnea and Martha Willis Have a reception to the younger set Friday evening Miss Elizabeth Jarboe entertained the Ladies Reading Club Thursday afternoonMIss Tate returned Sunday to Owensboro after a visit to her sister Mrs M Weatherholt Mrs C W Moorman gave a dinne- party last week in honor of Mrs Thos Young and Mrs Kobt Young Thos Young returned Monday to Morgantield after a visit to his daugh ter Mrs Chus 13 fckillinun F D Whiteneck of Greenwood Ind manager of the local canning factory is in the city this week All persons who owe me will pleasei m Como forward and settle between now and February 25W T Tilford Geo D Grant and two children of Union county arrived Saturday to visit his daughter Mrs W It Embry Rev S O Christian has been at Lewisport the past week assisting Rev F G Ellis in a protracted meet ing at the Baptist ch- urchPROFIT The matter of feed is off tremendous importance to th- It farmer Wrong feeding ii- is profitIf The uptodate farmer knows what to feed his cows to get tt r the most milk his pigs to get E the most pork his hens to s get the most eggs Science is lr But how about the children1 Are they fed according to science a bone food if bones Jare soft and undeveloped flesh and muscle food if they are thin and weak and a blood- J J J food if there is anemia Scotts Emulsion is a mixed i food the Cod Liver Oil in it ash makes flesh bloodand muscle 0the Lime and Soda make bone brain It is the standard tnd food for delicate 11sCIenbfic Send for free sample De sure that this picture lathe form of a label is on the wrapper of every bottle of Emulsion you buy Scott Bowne CHEMISTS 409 Pearl St NY 50ctnd 1 hf all druglstr- T Gasoline Y G Bxbbage Son W L McCracken came hmo Mon day nignt from Eddyville to be at the bedside of his little sun Andrew who is ill of pneumonia Fred Brown who has had a posi Hon with the Illinois CAntral railroad I has been the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs Thos Brown the past week Taylor Murphy of near the Narrows Ohio county formerly of this city was here part of last week the guest of his sister Mrs fno Lillard- It being his first visit here in many yearsEdgar L Wheeler ot Louisville is the guest of his cousin J 11 Fitch Mr Wheeler will leave in H few days for New Mexico where he will reside He has many Iriends In thug part of the State who regret his departure Mrs Eugene Haynes a sisted by her daughter Mius Ruth Haynes enter tained the following guests Wednesday afternoon from i230 to 4I Mesdames Thos and Robt Young C B Skill man R N Hudson R E Moorman A B tdkillman F L Llghtfoot J D Babhage G W Short U W Moor man F P Payne Jno Jarboe S P Conrad F M Smith L T Reid and Jas T Skillman Mrs Leon McUuvock gave a lunch party last Friday afternoon ia hono- of Mrs Thos Young and Mrs Robt Young of Morganfield The following gnests were present Mesdames C B Skillman A B Skillman T T Skull man r L Lightfoot Jas Younger Jno Jarboe F P Payne G W Short E T Havues it E Moor man C W Moorman Root Brown Thos Young and Robt Young and Misses Elizabeth Skillman Elizabeth Jarboo and Ruth Haynes LOSES EYESIGHT William Lamb writes from Blair Neb as follows Will you please stop the News I am sorry to say but I have lost my eyesight so nearly I cant see how to read If I get so I cnn see to read I will let you know We are having lots of snow and it is very coM at this time bnt the winter is a fine one compared to what we generally have Give our best regards to our many friends Success to the News rOOKS LIKE HUNT SITE joinrt conference committee late this evening by a unanimous vote adopted a report recommending the passage of a billI appropriating 40000 to purchase the Hunt site and it is confidently pre dicted that the report will bo adoptedI by both branches ol the Legislature tomorrow or Wednesday Adjourn meat will Ilikely be taken late Wednesday afternoon GOOD SHOWING The Kentucky Worlds Fair Com mission adjourned finally Saturday after auditing the accounts showing a surplus of 2800 to be returned to the State Treasury besides property valued at over 7000 turned over to the State A dinner was given Saturday night in honor ol the president of the cnmmiHsion Mr A Y Ford who was proaentea with a handsome chest of silver oy his associates SEVERE ON STOCK Hawesnlle Ky Feb UUsei of the heaviest sleets in fifteen years fell thee most severe spell on stocK since the heavy sleet in 1SS8 The telephone and telegraph men are having much tronble keeping up their lines The sleet that fell here Sunday was the heaviest since the great sleet o inoa RUNNING OVERTIME- The Cloverport Foundry Machine companys pliant has been running ov ertime and is overcrowded with work The companys business increases steadily every month Both the capac ity and the number of employes have necessarily been increased CARD OF THANKS- Mr and Mis Sam B Bisholf desire to express their appreciation of the many arts of kindness of their and neighbors during the illness ot their little son Roy and the sympa thy expressed at hi 3 death LONG AN INVALID Jane the aged wife of Barney Brid well died and was buried last week She was an invalid for ten or twelve years and was not able to walk Bridwell is a highly respected colored man whose homn is in Enstland TO WORK IN BANK David CVMurray went to Louisville Friday to accept a position at the American National Hank of which his uncle Logan CMurray is president TO GIVE BIG PICNIC Hardiusburg KyFeb 7Special Breckeniidge Lodge No 67 V A M will give a big picnic here on Saturday June 1- 0MILL BURNED Mattingly Ky Feb7Specia1 John and Tom Pate of Pisgah lost their saw and grist mill iby fire last week or DR R P KEENEtiti II RopresentingV TAYLOR KEENE TAYLOR ffi1 l IIDENTISTS l Y J OF OWENSBORO IK tY tYwill1 II be In Dr LlRhtfoots ofllrc one T 1jweek out of each month prepared to ftJJJ DenIIl- ft Will be Here February 20 to 26 I 2 = = =i Personal Expenses IlIis very much easier to keep track of ones personal expenses and nil other hills when they ate paid by check It makes the bank do most of the hook keeping and it furnishes a legal voucher as n recod of every cent paid out And lbesides your money is nlwnjs enfe and you are not in danger of losing it a thing that happens very often when you cam it around iin your pocket The way to avoid trouble and loss is to open an account with our blink Carry our check ho k in your ntoneyrCall at our with us about it You are sure to receive prompt courteous treatment whether your account be large or small JjyWtpay Interest on time deposits Our batik Ins facilities lire the nest BANK OF CLOVERPORT Cloverport Ky PLENTY OF NERVE Talk about nerve The tobacco somlIlett In Louisville the American Tobao co company transferred its property to the Continental Tobacco company and then the latter company claimed five years exemption from tasafon allow ed by the city of Louisville to new concerns At the end of live years the Continental would no doubt have transferred the property back to the American and in that way the ex emption feature would have been permanent Judgfl Miller however shut tered their plans by holding that the Continental must pay Louisville about if 100 000 Iin back taxes Morganfield Sun Chamberlains Cough Remedy the Mothers Favorite The soothing and healing properties of this remedy its pleasant taste and prompt and permanent cures have made it a favorite with people every where It it especially prized by mothers of smell hildien for colds croup alwaysaffordsno opium or other harmful drug it may be given as confidently to a baby as to an adult For sale by Short Haynes BATTLE AGAINST SIN A great revival began in Louisville Sunday The ministers of the Protes taut churches of the city havo been pronaring for it for weeks and are now Doing assisted in the great work by evangelists of national renown Evan gelist Fred Shivera who addressed hundreds in Louisville Sunday claims thefrevival as his share of the victory in the battle against sin Poisons in Food Perhaps yon dont realize that many pain pOison originate in your food twingeIof dyspepsia that will convince you Dr Kiings New Life Pills are guaranteed to cure all sickness due to poisons of undigested foodor money back Soc at Short Haynes drug store Try them RESTsGus Richardson has announced the withdrawal of his contest against DicK Owen in the senatorial race Gus should now withdraw himself from all political activities and give the people u rest Owenshoro Inquir or A MILDER CLIMATE In Arkansas Louisiana Texas Stock ranges ten to twelve months growBin a season Now is the time to look up a location while the land is cheap On February 7th and 21st and Match 7th and 21st Cotton Belt Route will sell round trip homeseekers tickets from St Louis Thebes Cairo mid Memphis to points in above named states at rate of tl15 or one fare plus 2where it makes less than 15 I One way colonist tickets February j 21st and March 21st at half tare plus 2 Write for map time table and ask about rates to any poin- tLOSCAEFERT P A Cotton Belt Route Cincinnati 0 E J J i 1 WiritsyI 1 I I = Advertisements Inserted under this head ut one cent u word per week FOR SALE mmhlnesiAlso new u nd secend band Otis and Gasoline StreetLoulsvllleu RflRR OW or moro for II yeart at 1 per cent and pay hack monthly Attend 500 QO college start III husllllss own u home etc Address Worlds lesire Mnrean Clillllcotlm Missouri ouIOSTA SQUILL Lloverportlast forItsI Ky WANTED MTEI A standard gas drlUIrK TK IWrltl the HreckenrldK News Clover port Ky with full particulars STRAYED OR STOLEN non Ctrayed or stolen A dog 0 months old umlhreastname of Bob Valued only because ho was childrens pet Suitable reward given for his return or for Information lending to his re covery Jno P King Cloverport Ky WANTED GOOD OTTON RAGsT Wanted trood cotton rails 3 cents a pound HreikiiirUlKi News OIllCl FOR SALEGRASS SEED For salt Orchard grass seed llrstclass re I sadsIapplication 0 W Lyddan Irvlnston Ky DUROCS JERSEY PIGS FOR SALE r am now offering a nice lot of imars and pllsYOIInnywhorc7horonulbredlilY place i a head In shipping order 110 E P HARDAWAY Bowloyvlllo Kentucky HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES One way second class colonist tickets to South and Southeast first and third Tuesdays each month at reduced rates Homescekers Kxcursions to all points to which homeseekers rates apply 27th Annual Convention Y n C AI Owensboro Ky Feb 16 1905IFor this occasionrate of 5160 for the round trip Cloverpoit to Owensboro and return will be made on Feb 16 17 18 good to return Feb 20 lyOj Special Occasion Mardi Liras New Orleans floblle and Pensacola Fla March 27 1905 For the above occasion 5 rate oi one fire plus 25 cents on March 1 to Iii inclusive will be made from Cloverport to above named points and return good returning not later than March 11 Tickets may be extended to March 25 on payment of no cents Special hoineseekers excursions to Southwest Feb 7 and 21 also Match 7 and 31I good to return after 22 day a in cluding date of sale Presidential Inauguration Ceremonies March 4 1905 Washington D C For this occasion rate of ls4 j for round trip Cloverport to Washington aud return will be made on March 1 2 I good to return leaving Washington not later than March S On payment of 5100 ticket tray be extended returning March 18 One way colonists rates to California and the Northwest March 1 to May 15 anti Sept 15 to Oct 11 1905 Special one way colonists rates to the Southwest Feb 21 and March 2J l II Si L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 40 Dally Fast Train loaves Cloverport 507 A at Wost 1oHi only arriv sat Louisville 715 A MI No 42 Dally Mall and Express loaves Clo verport 954 A M stops utall way stations arrives Louisville 1285 Train No 44 Dally tuft mull loaros Clu vorport 445 p m stops at all way statons atLoulsvllloCloverportaccommodation WEST BOUND uecommodatlonleavesyule 1100 II m Train No 41 Dally fast mall and ospross atlIaweansvllle arrives St Louis 720 p m Train No 41 Mull and Express dally ar rives Cloverport 728 p m Evansville 1030 p m Stops at all stations No 45 dully St Louistasttratn leavesClo AlitIlawesvllloOwensboro lJOtWllIllolllsvlllocars and reclining chair cars on trains 4ft and 40 between Loulsvlllo und St Louis Fords ville Branch EAST HOUND leavesFordsvilloI a in Train No4 Dally except Sunday leaves Fordsvl110320 p m arrives Irvineton 50p m Train No G Sunday only fordsvlllotl30 a m Irvlngton 003 p m WEST BOUND Train No 3 Dally except Sunday leaves IrvlDKton I45 u m UTlves Kordsvllle 245 pm Train No 5 Dally leaves IrvlnRton d35p- m arrives For lsville J 23 p m MRS SEATON DEAD Relatives here have received news ot the death of Mrs Elizabeth Seaton at her home near Sample early yes terday morning Mrs Seaton is an aunt of Mrs Gard Agnew ana Mrs Nat Tucker of this city tift n fftA1ttlMf4Ir W A y I MEET ME AT NOLTES VALENTINESS- T VALENTINES DAY Tuesday Feb 14 I WE HAVE JUST WHAT YOU WANT ALL THE ATTRACTIVE PRETTY NOVEL AND UP TODATE THINGS MANY ORIGINAL AND CLEVER IDEAS BROUGHT OUT NOW FOR THE FIRST TIME THIS YEARS ATTRACTIONS EMBRACE SUCH THINGS AS BOX NOVELTIES WHICH ARE EASILY MAILED DROPS HANGERS CARDS AND ECCENTRIC NOVELTIES THE COLORED POST CARDS ARE EXCEEDINGLY PRETTY AND TASTEFUL AND ALL THEYNEED IS A ONE CENT STAMP OH MYBUT THEYRE UP TO COMICS THE MINUTE INCLUDING TRADES DONTS SHARP DARTS HALL OF FAME HIT EH HARDS and the LONG JOKERS LOTS OF FUN FOR EVERYBODY BUY EM NOW AND GET BUSY J C NOLTE 6v CLOVERPORT MASONIC TEMPLE BROII t CADICKS DUST FLOUR Cdick Millirtg CoGRANDVIEW IND o I WE SELL 1V1 HEATERS y THAT NEAT 411I And EShoot Saddles = I Ithat ride easy and never horses backyour or saddle now IIhurt to buy We are cutting prices 10 hovIjCH 1t1T- MCGLOTIILAN t PIGGOTT Irvington W KyI n Thermometers Asrtfejrmml towards muintnin inn nn cquiiblo temperature in the house a source of satisfac tion when the frost is on the window pane and you are curious to how cold it is outsider have just the thing you want In addition to the thermometer there goes with it a color barometer which foretells all we tithe changes from 12 to 24 hours in advance Send us 25 cents anti we will send you one by mail post paid Or better still scndUR a dollar for a years subscription to the XKWS and we will send you one free Wo only have a limited num ber of these Send your order at once and get one before they are all gone- J D BABBAGO Editor BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY IuJTCURESWHEREALLELSE Best Cough Syrup Tastes Coed Use In time Sold by druggists CONSUMPTIONttf Miss Margaret MuGary anti Jno McGarj of Kirk have been visiting relatives here Of The Many good things which GOLD makes better than other flours isBread Rolls Biscuit Cake and Pastry but it doesnt stop there Anything made from flour can be made more palatable with Ca dick G ld Dust Flour A trial sack from your own Grocer demonstrates its usefulness and a heater a gun a 2 JIIII know Latham Sanitarium Established 1698 VINE GROVE HARDIN COUNTY KY Chronic Diseases Treated Successfully CHARGES MODERATE Rational Harmless and Satisfying Methods of Treatment FAMOUS FRUIT LANDS OF THE EAST TEXAS COUNTRY Home of the Klberla pencil the strawberry plum pear tomato and other fruits and vegetables Big money in growing for the northern markets On February 7th and 21si March 7th and21st round trip llOmescekers tickets from St Louis Thebts Cairo or Mem phis to Texas points nt rote of one hue plus 2 not exceeding f16 One way colonist ticket at half frer plus 2 OH February Slat nod March 21stWrite for booklet on Texas ftnut lands map and time table LOSCHAEFERTPAC- otton Belt Route Cincinnati O REAL ESTATE DEALS Mandy Sanders to Jas H Sanders house and lot Consideration 825 Jas Sanders and wife to Mandy Sanders five acres of land near Jlov erporr for sfiJM W L Pate and wife to T W Pate and oUimB fortyfour and one tonrth acres of land for 100 T K Nichola was in Louisville part of last week d n 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 is a Ten Cent package of Groves Black Root Liver Pigs I r w yy- A V 1 1 The Breckenridge News tT Iv l WEDNESDAY Februarys 1005 MARRY AT JEFF Mr GCarey Whitehead and Miss LLCatherineL Floyd Mason Well tf i Known Here Wedded Mr Ueo Carey Whitehead of To binsport Ind and Miss Catherine r Floyd Mason of Masons Landing Ind both well known here complete ly surprised a host of friends by their romantic wedding at Jeftersoiville Ind last week Their marriage unit ed two of Perry countys oldest and best families Romance was their idea Iis marry ing at Jeffersonville there being no opposition en either side and both young people bent of hign social standing The bride had just been at tending Potter College at Bowling Uieen and was on a visit to her sis ter Miss AdahMasou who is attend ing a music college in Cincinnati She slipped away from her friends the first of last week and went to Jeffer sonvillewhero she met Mr Whitehead and was married to him Miss Mason is a beautiful and tnl lented young lady She is a daughter of the late Floyd Mason and was one of the detendants in the nted law suit brought at Canuelton last year by Mrs Sarah J3 De Brnler of Evans vine and Mrs Lawrence McTurnan of Indianapolis to break their fatners will Miss Mason id well Known here where she has often visited Mr Whitehead is a son of Cass Whitehead of Tobinsportand a cousin of Ed Whitehead of this city He hits been associated in business as a far mer and m rchant with his father for several years at Tobmsport Ghe Your Stomach a Rest Your food must be properly digested and assimilated to be of any value to you If your stomach is weak or diseased lane Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It digests what you eatland gives the stomach a rest enabling it to recuper ate take on new life and grow strong again Kodol cures sour stomach gas bloating heart palpitation and all digestive disorders L A Soper of Little Rock Ky writes us We feel that Kodol Dyspepsii Cure deser ves all thQ commendation that an be given it as 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 shn only takes It now when anything disa grees with her Sold by All Drug gists HOW TO PROLONG LIFE Moderation in eating drinking and physical indulgence Pure air out of the house and with nThe keeping of every oran of the body as far us possible in constant working order Regular exercise every day in all weathers supplemented in many cas es by breathing movements and by walking and climbing tours doing to bed early and rising early and restricting the hours of sleep to sIx or seven hours Daily baths or ablutions according IndIvIdual conditionscold or warm or warm followed by cold Regular work and mental occupa tionCultivation of placiditycheerf nlnesa and hopefulness of mind Employment ofthe great power of the mind in controlling passions and nervous ftlHrII s Strengthening the will in carrying out whatever is useful and in check- Ing the craving for stimulants anody flea aud other injurious agencies Sir Hermann Veber M D F R C P before the Royal College ot Physicians i of London n ON TO UNION DEPOT 1KI4 proved that we are on the right J track IflUfi must extend the lice to the Union Depot J Then the train ot controlled uinrket Ing freighted with equitable prices may have a elite and sure ingreaa and egress UnTbDnte Panning F E B We hoard a uinn say the other morn ing that the abbreviation for Februarye Feb means Freeze every body and that iut+ n looked frozen in his ulster It was apparent that he needed the kind of warmth that stays the warmth that reaches from head to foot all over the body We could have told him 1from personal knoweleage that Hoods Sarsaparilla gives permanent warmthI it invigorates the blood and speeds it I along through artery and vein and t i really fits men and women boys and I j girls to enjoy cold weather and resist I the attacks of disease It gives the right Kind of warmth stimulates and strengthens at the same time and all its bonefita are lasting There may be fi mguestion in this tor ynu 9 Slnverr In America Ono of the common everyday er rors which are taught In the sefeljols In America Is that which relates to the Introduction Into the western hemi sphere of African slavery writes a critic The school histories which the schoolgirl mid schoolboy study soy that It iiiwi from 115JO when II Dutch son captain sold the Kngllsh settlers the Ilrst African The year 1501 however Is the unto of the earli est refercnco In American history to ne groes touting from Spain to America 122 years before Albany N Y was settled br the Dutch timid lOG years before Jamestown Va wits settled by the English In 1505 King Ferdinand of Spain wrote to Onindo thou govern or of Illspanlola I will send more ne- gro slaves as you request In 1510 fifty negro slaves were sent to work in the minus of Illspanlola There Is a record of King Ferdinands response to a request of Las Casus bishop of Ln Coiiccpclon In Illspanlolu that more negroes should be Imported He said There arc already runny negroes on the Island This was in the year 1514 The Jnti Iliibr How do you suppose the babies in Japan take nil airing In baby carriages you say Of course not The Japanese never do anything the way we do it When the babys about three days old It goes out for Its fist glimpse of the world stropped on somebodys back and thats the way It goes everyday till It can go on Its own feet Sometimes Its mother or Its nurse takes It but very often It rides on the back of a brother or sister who Is perhaps nut more than four or live years old These little nurses dont seen to bo troubled at nil by their charges ns you would suppose They play huH and tan timid run races and fly kites la spite of the heavy loads on their bucks What is more remarkable the babies Ire perfectly happy and hardly ever cry though when their young nurses run with thom the poor babies faces bang back and forth against their care takers shoulders till an American baby would howl with pain and rage Ber tha Runkle In St Nicholas W riA cgctablePreparationforAss- imilatingiIlcFoodandlleguGz ling the Stomnchs andBowis of INFANTS CHILDREN Promotes DigeslionCheerfuI ness and RestConlains neither OpiumMorpliine nor lincral NOT NARCOTIC ldrrpeaf01dtrS914ll1AZZPt7tJ R HanfJan Seat 1 j4lxSennn RxKJUAtjtnistSrrtl 1fnrf dad nZitnynm Flavor forConsUp1non Worms Convulsions Feverish ness and Loss OF SLEEP Tac Simile Signature or NEW YORK At b months J5 POSES J5 Ct NTS EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER AI CASTO RIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Nave Always Bought Bears the Signatureof In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASTO RIA TNt OMPANV NEW YORK CITY u Subscribe for The News PositivelyYour I ChanceDont Miss it Your Last Opportunity Dont Hesitate Act at Once UNDER A RECENT RULING OF THE POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT THIS WILL BE THE LAST CHANCE YOU WILL EVER HAVE OF PARTICIPATING IN ANY FURTHER CASH OR GUESSING CONTESTS 500 CASH PRIZES 3INGIVEN AWAY SIX PRIZES OF 500000 EACH ill THIS CONTEST IS ON THE AMOUNT OF MONEY THAT WILL BE PAID INTO THE TREASURY DEPARTMENT AT WASHINGTON D C ON THE 27TH DAY OF MARCH 1905 WHICH IS THE LAST MONDAY IN THE MONTH Contest will positively close on March 22ml which is five days befve March 27th upon which days receipts you are to estimate The official figures will be known on the next day or six days after the contest closes and prizes will be awarded immediately and no long time will occur waiting for the result HERE A LIST OF THE PRIZESTo tho guess person sending In tho second nearest correct 3000 09 To tho person sending In tho third nearestguess L 700 00 Io the purson whose guess containing the the exact To the person sending Intho fourth nearest correct figures is received before Ducutntiur 23 II1OL 5000 00 guess 300 00I jo tin person whose guess cuntnlnlii tho exact fig To the person sending in tho fifth nearest correct urisH IsrtCfjvedonor after itncemher 25 1004 Lund guess 100 00 hufore January 15th IHOO 5000 00 To tho person sending in the sixth nearest corrcctITo the person whoso guess lUintiiliilriK the exact fig guess 50 00 urns IIs rciclved on or utter Jan IS and Iniforu ro tho next six 125 ouch 150 00 Feb I IH05 5000 00 To the next seventeen 10 each 170 00 Io the persoii whose guest containing the exact fig To tho next sixtysix f5 each 330 DO mires Is received on or after IFeb 1 timid ooforo Fob To the noxi fur hundred J3 each 1200 5000 00 00Tourns Is received on or after Keli 20 and before Mur In case of a tlo for any of tho Special or First Six Prizes such 10 11U05 5000 00 prize will ho equally divided between contestants- To the person sending In the nearest correct guars 5000 00 To anoint you in making your guesses wo give below Kocclpts of tho Treasury for tho last Monday in ach month during the last your Your 1004 Monday January 25th 1082071 40 February 24th 2508311 51 March 33th 2071085 7H April 23th 25th 2235074 S May 29rdj 1783083 13 Juno 27th 23 4fi58c33 July 26th 1710000 03 toAUl1st SiJth 1691 Oft 01 September 2ith 2587441 81 October 31st 22T0009 50 November 23th 2459517 21 How much monty will Uncle Sam take In on Mon day March 27th 1005 OCNTAUH 1005 IS 00I j Subscription Blank J THE BRECKENRIDQE NEWS Cloverport Ky Inclosed find to apply on Subscription Account I Name m I Postom00 I w State 1 H y Yon are entitled to one guess for ov ry dollar paid on Subscription My Guossesof tho U S Treasury Receipts for March 27th 1003 are TIlE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT IYI H at KY ties Special given to road cases and criminal practice License to practice in United States District Courts Ofllco over flank of also I I can your your and take the at your This saves you Your me at CO Prop DOOR AND ETC Fast Mail and Line and Evau Leave daily Sun day 4 p m Leave daily Sun day and 0 p m lO rates and tickets to ship ments than by for stock Office 4th st Ky C V G F and p A Supt sew York Post It is not plain that the naval cadets at are to learn but the more art of judo The of jiu jitsu as every one knows can shake hands with his in such a way as to break his spine But the at judo knows how to his with mercy broken his spine he can pick up the limp form and by a few more is able to restore it to health and It is a pity that wara cannot be on a plan but for other the new of our naval may prove useful A novel play for the and Navy game would be on the first down to the ofall tho eleven make a touch down and then return to the center of the field and the bones IS The farmer is not a fool of which is very to his ad in his efforts to secure a fair price for his A Ulan can get in his best licks in a fight before he gets O t r All and of j 4i Applet I SEND FOR FREE 2 r1 J G Harrison Sons Berlin I1dJDeH MOORMAN Attorney Law- HARDINSBURG thtCourtsattention collection Ilardlnsburg Chintz Royalty Practical Surveyor Notary Public survey Lands write Deeds acknowledgement home trouble andcost Patronage Solicited Address Hardinsburg Ky Cloverport Planing Mill GREGORY LUMBERDOORS DOORSSASH SASHBLINDS WINDOW SCREENS SHINGLESLATHS LATHSLIME BRICK CEMENT ROOFING LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE PACKET CO Passenger between Louisville ville- Steamers Morning Star Tell City Tarascon Louisville except Evansville except Monday Monday mThrough freight passenger Cincinnati Freight delivered quicker railSplendid accommodations General 54150158 Louisville WILLIAMS GEOH WILSON JIU JITSU AND JUDO jiujitsu Annapolis advanced student opponent expert temper ferocity Having opponents dextrous manipulations strength waged similar purposes training officers extremely Army football dislocate shoulders opposing replace NOT EXCITED making himself greatly vantage tobacco always excited vensboro Inquirer New Leading Varieties Strawberry iPlants ALSO Peach Pear t CATALOGUE J L MOORMAN DENTISTOfllco over Oolzos Hardware Store Prompt attention to all kinds of DeatettWork Special attention to FINE GOL D FLLNGS AND CROWN and BRIDGE WORK t 1 Prices Moderate Satisfaction Guaranteed x Sour l StomachNo appetite loss of strength nerveness headache constipation bad brttth general debility sour risings and catarrh e1 the stomach are all due to Indigestion Kodtl cures Indigestion This new discovery repre a sents the natural Juices of digestion as they exist in a healthy stomach combined wltl the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dyspepsia Cure doe not only cure Indigestion and dyspepsia but this famous remedy cures all stomach troubUa by cleansing purifying sweetening and strengthening the mucous membrane lining the stomach toII 4It ilorKodol Digests What You YetV itBottlesonly 1 Prpared rfj1IlzoAsk for the 1905 Kodol and 200 Year AlmanacJJtr ANNOUNCEMENTS Illinois Central R R 0 Dally with Dlning Cars ButfctLlhrarv Cars 6 i ChicagoSt I jl theWinterNew Orleaus Vicksburg 1 Havana Cuba Colon Panama Gulfport Miss Hammond Ls iMardi Gras at New Orleans March 7 Gulf tport Is u Mexican Gulf Const resort havlnir the now tine Great Southern Hotel tday1 I day morning for Colon Panama Regular 1I1 WestIndiesdescriptiveI1boveiHOT SPRINGS ARKll ChicagotoMemphisrrom I j MEXICO CALIFORNIA Special Tours of Mexico and California via i tho Illinois Central and New Orleans under l willleaveCaliforniathis c leans for till Mardi Gras Entire trips OrJfinestPullmansating trips complete in every detail i Illinois Central Weekly Excursions to CALIFORNIA 1 Exurslon ears throuJh to Jos Anltelcs andSan Francisco as follows Via Now Orleans and tho Southern Kouto every Friday from CincinnatiVtaWednesday Full Particulars concerning all of timer above can bo had ot agents of the IllinoisAA 1 1ff Central or by addressing F W HAULOW DP A Louisville WERE DISAPPOINTED I A Frankfort dispatch says The friends here of Senator Gus W Rich 4 ardson of Moade were surprised and disappointed at the result of the pri mary held in his Senatorial district in 3 which the Hon R W Owen of r Hancock county was nominated asyhis successor Senator Richardson was here a few days at the opening ofithe session and seemed to think then that his chances for renomina tion ware good and so told his friends here He hastened back to make a fi nal canvass of the tbreA counties of the district and nothing more was hoard of him until the dispatches told of his defeat f i n+ r 1Rrrv a ng qn nfr+ r + w a a + ++ T + + r ssar a =F+ nr r The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY February 8 1005 I ON EQUITY IDEA 1 1uwn Is To Be Established The I Ultimate Object Of Presi dent Of A S Of E 1 d l1U The ultimate object of J A Everitt president of the American aooiety of r ilp Equity is the establishment of a town u with the equity idea as the basic f+ principle In time he expects toI f acquire option on a town ot four or i five thousand inhabitants either in Indiana orlihnios aid make it theI k agricultural capital of the United ttatesff two years since Mr Everitt be came the champion of the American i farmer und as his movement was LTIFalong original ideas it has met with opposition among writers and work ers who havf declared that he was visionary Unmoved by these adverse Comments he has perfected his or ganizatiou in a manner short of mar velous His society now has a membership of 150000 scattered throughout the tsv hole country His followers are I salons and hopeful and the recent levelopments in the Southern stattsIII where the spirit of oganizatoin among rapidlyhaysJin equity j Imbued with the idea that the farmII J era of the country were not receiving jiMward for their Investments laborII 1and Imrl t I ing that former attempts at agrlJJ l basf1dl j I doctrine that farm prices could be con f trolled by controlled marketing The first attempt was to pat wheat to fl 1 1a bushel Within a few months after the movement started wheat did go to tookpt to itself much of the credit for the markets improvementEThe same tort of teaching and or I ganization was followed throughout t the tobacco belt of Kentucky Teuns see and Virginia with results fairly satisfactory to the officials of the orII 4 a ganizationII r rrDeserved Popularity To cure Constipation and Liver troubIlea by gently moving the bowels and J r I acting as a tonic to the liver take Little Early Risers These Famous Little Pills are mild pleasant and I harmless but effective and sure Their I j1J universal use for many years is a strong guarantee of their popularity t iand usefulness Sold by All Druggists I LETTERFROMALASKA J E E Hawkins writing from Haines Mission Alaska says 1U I suppose you would like to know what I think about this country i From what I have pen and heard it I has been a matter ot freezing to death it Or starving to death All seems to depend on fate whether one is successful as a miner in this country One day tate smiles on you and frowns on you the next Now I think this will j suflice to cause some of my old friends weallhfrI il i I 1 I Lot go or dlTilltsthe alternative I It of the shipwrecked man with the moony f r iaRS A great many people have u like i alternative before them Ilnslnoss mon i tellsii J mountain air Theres an ofwtlnato I II cough that wont bo shaken off The J lungs are weak and perhaps bleeding j There Is emaciation and other symptoms of disease which If unskilfully or hnprollII erly treated terminate In consumption t Thousands of men and women In a 111mr condition have found complete healing by the use of Dr Plorces Golden Medi cal DiscoveryII nIt gives me pleasure to send you this t testimonial so that some other poor sufferer may bo saved as I was liy Dr Tierces Golden McJIeal Discovery writes Goo A Thompson of Slieldon Ave Chatham Ont Canada J hnll II rough toryenrs oxpector j aced a great deal and was slowly falling Was losing Ilisli every lay Lost In weight j from 1W pounds down to I128 My flesh got soft and 1 had no strength Did not say any c II thing to any ono but made up my mind tint tho end was not far on One dny my wlCo- rr was raiding In tho Common Sense lhdualcc Adviser about Dr 1lercos Golden Medical Discovery and I xalilOmt sound mol Ilko common sense than anything else that I had heard 1 at ones Uiuvlit a bottle of your famous remedy and lifoni T had taken hntrII of one txUtle I felt better Took thirteen bottles and It made a now man of me I rained sixteen pounds and never have hind a couch since I feel splendid and clvo all tho credit to your medicine IIcoplesI1 ttvicesDr Purees Pleasant Pellets III ewbelw euro hall foul stomach and Stomach kind ceaThey IInenlII r FINE EXAMPLE Set By Tenth District Democrats Says Herald In Editorial On Richardsons Finish Louisville Herald Gratifying to every independent cite zen of the State I are the evidences of growing Democratic unrest under machine rule The Tenth Senatorial district composed of Hancock Breck enridge and Meade counties has just turned down the Hon Gas Rich ardson typical partisan spoillsman familiarly known as the Rod Fox The district is Democratic the vote at the last State election being Beckham 4057 Belknap 4243 The Democrats of the Tenth district felt however that in the event of their having a tainted candidate for Senator the He publicans might win The independent Democrats of the district voted accord ingly for K W Owen of Hancock wno in the primary race beat Rich ardson by 81- 1Richardson fell justly into disrepute by accepting from the members of the Hopkinsville Insane Asylum Board a present ot two valuable heifers belonging to the State The Board will have an opportunity to show that they had a right to muse a present of what did not belong to them Sena tor Richardson should not have taken a present for doing even what he conceived to be hid duty as a Senator The whole deal was in the minds of the people corrupt or at least im proper the pnrchfso or attempted purchase of a peoples servant with the peoples own goods to work even for the common weal if not for the gain to individuals Democratic to the core the Paducah Register speaks out boldly and emphatically as well as justly against such practices and their perpetrators Sena tor Richardsons defeat IB but further evidence that the Democrats of Kentucky are heartily displeased with the gang now in office and are engaged in the weedingout process The Board at HopKinsville had no moral or legal right to give away the peoples property and it was in bad taste f r a State Senator to accent such a gift This all calls to mind that an other heifer from the asylum was givI to an exoffice holder in Paducah Let the next grand jury also inves tigate this matter The Owensboro Inquirer Dam addsThe byDicktract composed of Hancock Brecken and Meade counties will meet the approval of everybody who cares anything about good government and wants to see the best man in the Leg islature The nun who can see noth ing wrong in accepting State property as a gift from men who have no right to give it is not a good man to put in otlioa The Democrats ol the Tenth Senatorial district have fet their fellow Democrats all over the State a tine example Republican voters may also profit by it Any district Senatorial or Representative where unfit weak Kneedcringing and complaisant politi clans with au itching palm present themselves for a Republican uomlua tion Republicans should vigorously turn three men down and keep thtm down TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE RKUMO QUININE Tub lets All drupplsts rotund the money If It fails to euro E W Orovijs signature is on box 25r GREATEST DIAMOND- The future of the premier x4000000 diamond the worlds greatest is at tracting the attention of both diamond lovers and diamond merchants The Premier has just boon discovered at Johannesburg in the southern part of Africa Tbe Premier will probably be cut into smaller stones the largest of which will excel anything of its kind George 0 Van Hoden of Philadel phia one of the worlds bestknown experts on the subject of diamonds is quoted in part as fo lows on the sub jeot of the Premier All the diamonds ot hi tcry pale beside the Premier Even the Great Mogul whose fate today is unknown compares to tho new find about as an lucandeacent lamp to an asp light The Mogul weighed in the rough 7871karab the Premier weighs 3OJ2 karats But there is an authentic history to the famous Jagernfontein EA celsior which was tonnd in June 1803 and was subsequently cut into sixteen pieces in Amsterdam It weighed in tne rough 07191 kirats or less than orethird ofj the Premier And the Excelsior translated into the weight of sugar or soap weighed about 7 17 enacts avoidnpois HO that the Premier weighs fully 22 ounces Fancy such a stoneeven when it is cut to the best advantage with a loss oi perhaps CO per cent as the diadem ol u regal crown TELL CITY REPAIRED- The steamer Tell City of the Louisville and LiVausville Packet Jotnpan y which for several months has been at tno Jeff rsonvlJle wharf for repairs was taken Thursday to the canal to remain until navigation on the riverI- S resumed Tho boat hits been fe painted her machinery overhauled and she has been otherwise repaired and improvedI ABOUT THE GRIP Communication From Dr Latham Concerning Characteristics Names Treatment I The following valuable and inter esting communication about the names characteristic treatment etc of lagrippe is from Dr Atwood P Lithium of Vine Grove Influenza lagrippe grippe epidem ic catarrhal fevorsmall plague dir ferent names for the same thing is primarily an air borne disease having its specific organism or bacteria and iei secondarily contagious by contact with the sick indvidnai and his habi tationChilliness feverdisease harassing cough gneral ach- Ing and local discomforts especially of head chst back and bowels are sime ot tho characteristics Ordinary colds are not gnupe Various ex posures or vicissitudes of atmosphere cause olds Influenza never lacks its specific bacillus Grippe is easily recognized during an epidemic and differentiated from an ordinary cold With proper care and treatment influenza rarely proves fatal It ia complications especially pneumonia pleurisy consumption suppuration etc which are dangerous Trying to wear out the disease by ems tent going and attention to business aggravates a case even of mild charac ter and invites dangerous complications Indiscriminate drugging is one of the causes of protracted illn sj or death The coal tar drug so often resorted to are especially dangerous on account of their heart depressing action The grippe bacteria themselves especially depress the heart and lungs and as cousequencesymptions of these organs are aggravated by mental and physical exertion As to remedies eacn epidemic Is round to have its genus that is the remedy suitable for one case will cure the majority The Homeopathic law of cure guides us to the specific remedy Of course if grave complications are present we may have to prescribe outside of the specific remedy But in a plain uncom plicated case of influenza of tbe genus we are having at the present time Bryonia is the specific remedyIf given properly along with the use of thor ough bowel irrigations of warm water and salt normal salt solution perfect rest in bed away from noise and worries light and concentrated nour ishment the patient will have an une ventful nlovery without any sequela disease Fraud Exposed A few counterfeiters have lately been making and trying to sell imi tations of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Ctughs and Colds and other medicines thereby defrauding the public This is to warn you to beware of such people who seek to profit through stealing the reputa tion of remedies which have been suc cessfully curing disease for over a years A sure protection to you is our name on the wrapper Look to it on all Dr Kings or Buckleus remedie as all others are mere mutations H fcJ Buckleu tC CoChicugo II anti Windsor Cuniulii COST OF LIVING- An American spends on an average 70 a year for food a Frenchman 4H a German 45 a Spaniard 35 an ital- ian 24 and a Russian 40 The American eats 100 punds of meat a year the Frenchman 87 pounds the German 04 pounds the Italian 28 pounds and the Russian 51 pounds W bread the American consumes J180 pounds the Frenchman 540 pounds the German 500 pounds the Spaniard 480 pounds the Italian 400 pounds and the Rus sian 055 pounds PeRuNa Cures And Prevents Catarrh Any nne who wishes perfect health must be entirely free from catarrh Catarrh is well nigh universal al most omnipresent Peruna is the only absolute safe guara known A did is the beginning of catarrh To prevent colds to cure colds is to cheat catarrh out of its viotims Jferuna not only cures catarrh but prevents it Every household should be supplied with this great remedy for conghs cold and so forth If you do not derive prompt and satisfactory results from the use of Pernna write at once to Dr Hartntan giving A full statement ot your wise and he will be pleased to give you his valuableadvice gratis Address Dr Hartman President of Hie Hartman Sanitarium Columbus O RECORDS COMPARED A comparison of mile records by automobile bicycle running horse harness horse rind titan ruuniug is of interest The records are as follows Automobile H Bowden S3 45 seconds bicyolepnced by motor Joseph Nelson 118 y5 running horse Salva tor 135 harms horse Dan Patch 1516 man running 415 35 1 Siii nYY MUCH PRAISED By Ohio Journal Is Geo W Long For Work As Republican In State and District The Republican published at Cin cinnati the official organ of the Ooio Republican League anda magazine devoted to the best interests of good government says typical of the best that Kentucky Republicanism or that of any other State i resents is the Hon Geo W Long of LeitchHeld capital of Gray son county in the Blue Grass common wealth Ejucated + n the common schools of Kentucky and Illinois Mr Long became tit an early age a Repub lican in politics He has never swerved from that standard He became also young in life a school teacher doing good work in the pedagogical profes sion both in his native State and in Illinois He then went into mercantile life and was for eleven years a sue cessful man of btnineas lint the legal profession hiving for sometime at t acted young Long he studied the standard law books in all spare mom ents and was without difficulty ad mitted to the bur Then he branched out into the banking business meting with munh success for eight years In the years amt and 185 this mar vellously active man edited the Grayson EAgleII rendering valiant service to the Republican cause Elected State Treasurer in 180i when Governor Bradley tbe first Republi can Governor of Kentucky carried the State Mr Long broughtto tbe office executive ability untiring innstry and unimpeachable houestp He won as State Treasurer the respect of men of every party the complete contidenceof every Hounl business element in the StateThe Hon Gee W Longs services to his party wiuld till a volume He was ohaiarmn for man j years of the Simonson County Republican Com mittee He served in turn acceptably as chairman of the Third and Fourth Congressional District onitnittees respectively He ran for Congress on tfle Republican ticket in the Fourth District in 1890 2 Mr Long is anin dAfatigable worKer He spoke in thirty counties in the campaign of VD aul again cinvasaed theStatu in 180 IHIi7 and 11WJ A chairman of the State hxecutive Committee in 18tH in the bitter GoebelTaylor fight ha won the battle at the poll He was chairman ofthe Finance Committee in the campaign of 1100 and had chnrge insides of the SpeaKers Bureau He was again chairman cf the Finance Committee in the cam paign cf 1104 Mr Long was a delegate to the Republican National Con vontion in 1000 from the Fourth Ken tucky District and from the Stuteat large to the National Convention of xlMM He bore printJlpil or leading auxi liary part in the preparation of the Republican Miupilgu baokslor 1ii1l3 1S07 ISOH 1000 and IDOii Of line pres ence manful broadminded courageous and noblehsiirtod IGeo W Long is indeed a oraditjtothid State and his party HenryWattersons Letters from Europe Will Be A Leading Feature of The CourierJournalDuring THERE WILL BE MANY OTHER ATTRACTIVE DEPARTMENTS AU GOING TO MAKE A COM PLETE NEWSPAPER Mall Rates Daily CourierJournal I year 56 Daily and Sunday 1 yenr8Ve- 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Reports OF THE MARKETSWAR POLITICAL I I NEWS I I I RAILROADFINANCIAL ALL OTHER I BOWLING NEWS RACING I LARGEST KNOWN MORNING CIRCULATION IN THE SOUTH 1 1Y L i e IEXPERIENCE 50 YEARS h TRADE DESIGNS MARKS IICOPYRIGHTS c Anyone sending n sketch and description may quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an Invention Is probably patentabln Communlca tionsetdctlycontldentlal HANDBOOK on iatente patentsTalentsspecial notice without chnrtro In tho Scientifici Jlm rita A handsomely Illustrated weekly largest drdilation of any nclentlHo journal Terms t3 a year four months fl Sold by all newsdealers MUNN Co361Boad New York Branch Once 025 F St Washington D Co Full of Ilushu to the Bud CommercialI Traveler wrecked on a desert Island to enimllmls Well since youre determined to eat mo kindly dome one last fairs Use our brand of mustard for the suice It Improves tho flavor of all treat It never molds or absorbs moisture Youll hid a sample box in my right bund coat pocket Illlll ClIKC A London curate the other day re ceived nn astonishing answer to an inquiry after a piirisSiIoiiern honlth Well sh sld the parishioner sometimes I feels anyhow sornetlmra I feels lIlll111l1 titers be tines when I I els IIH s il11H a himinklge Km libs Weekly R The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY February 8- HARDINSBURG 1905 Whooping cough is epidemic here Thomas J Moore spent Friday at Irvlngton John D Aldridge was in the city SaturdayAttorney H C Murray was in Clov erport Saturday Waller Wilson of Jolly Station was in the city Monday p Thomas Miller has purchased the Robert Brickey tarm Robert L McOJuftin ot Louisville was in town Monday 1 1Fred Ferry of Cloverport was a visitor in town Sunday Mrs CV Robertson entertained the LaJiea mUD Saturday afternoon i James Webb of Garfield was in town Monday on a business trip Gen D R Murray was in Louisville lust week on leyal business Phelps Walker of Bewleyvllle is visiting Dr nUll Mrs W A Walker Ernest Roberston shipped two car loads of cattlo to Louisville Saturday- Dr J H Hart and Tom Mercer of McD niels were in town Thursday MIss Sallie Richardson of Union Star is vititinglher sister Mrs Percy M Beard i21za More of Ulendeune was in town last week visiting nis brother T J Moore Thomas Teaff of Seattle Wash is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Patrick Teaff Marion J Thcmas is able to be at his place of business again after an illness of a week Henry DuB Moorman and T J Moore spent Sunday at Glendeane the guests of friends Mr and Mrs Frank Tpaff of Da viess county are visiting Mr anti Mrs Joseph TeatS Charl 3 L Beard returned hoine Friday from a visit to his sister Mrs A S Edolen at Burgin The Rev G L King filled bis regular appointment at the 11 E church Suuth undlIMines Itettie and Mattie HOOK left Monday for Uulfporr Miss where they will Tisit Mr and Mrs Charles I Scott W F Hook Henry Moorman and W S Ball wont to Jloverport Saturday to attend the meeting of the toe bftcoo growers The Her Dr Iliriid Thompson will lecture fit the M Echurch South on the evening of Thursday Fell 10 The tHduiiision is free The Laities Aid Society will give an oldfnshionel spelling bee on- t the evening of Friday Feb 17 in the lower room of the Masonic Tem ple Cottee and wafers will oe servod free Admission 10 cenl1ci HAS STOOD IHC TEST 25 YERSI The old original 1RgVESTastetess Chill Tonic You viiow what you are InkInc It li ion and quinine In a tasteliW form Jfucuru un PAy SOr I IJ I VINGTONI Mrs Jehu Galloway is quite illII Jonas Lyons i i out aster a siege ofI the grip Dr Moieman was in Hardiusburg on business Thursday Sam Henninger of West View was in town visiting lust week Rev Lewis tilled his regular apl pointment at tephenpoltIMlKS May Uaycouibl spent part of the week with ftliss Dolly l1a combtt Our phjMciaus are kept pretty busy 1 righting the prevalent complaint the gripA I young man from West Point is helping Mr Redman at the railroad 1 office I Mr and Mrs Loo Bishoff went to k Cloverport lust week to attend the t funeral of Rov Biuhoff f Ageri I 1 Doctors first prescribed j Ayers Cherry Pectoral over GO years ago They use it today more than ever They CherryPectoral i I rely upon it for colds coughs bronchitis consumption They will tell you how it heals inflamed lungs f I hat 1 very i ail rough for tire yours Then I tuil Avra Cherry rectonil My sore lungs won soil healoU awl my cwutfh ftway tlrolleIIJlns VKAUL HVDG Guthrie vw j11 IM J Avuiico All triiuirit 1nca for eer- Old 1 Coughs j n IIII DISFIGUREDWITH Under Physicians Five Months Went from Bad to Worse CURED BYCUTICURA Wonderful Change in One Night In a Month Face Was Clean as Ever ct I was troubled with eczema on the face for five months duringwhich time I was in the care of physicians My face was in such a condition that I could not go out It was going from bad to worse and I gave up all hope when a friend of mine highly recommended Cuticura remedies The first night after I washed my face with Cuticura Soap and used Cuticura Ointment and Cuticura Resoh cut it changed wonderfully and continuing the treatment it removed all scales and scabs From that day I was able to go out and in a month my face was as clean as ever THOMAS J SOTII 317 Stagg St Brooklyn N Y THE AGONIZING Itching and Burning of the Skin As in eczema the frightful scaling as in psoriasis the loss of hair and crust ing of scalp as in scalled head the facial disfigurement as in pimples and ringworm the awful suffering of infants and anxiety of wornout parents as in milk crust tetter and salt rheumall demand a remedy of al most superhuman virtues to success fully cope with them That Cuticura Soap Ointment and Pills are such stands proven beyond all doubt The purity and sweetness the power to afford immediate relief the certainty of speedy and permanent cure the economyhavecures of the civilizud world Abso lutely pure Sold throughout thr world Qitleura ItMolrrnt 40c 001OlelII house Sq id6I Hue de Ila Palx i IWon 117 Columbus Ave IWter Drug iClew Curp Suit 1roprlrtori m Mrs R l1 Jolly returned to Louis ville Monday to be with Morris at the Infirrnarv He is gradually imprv ingThe Social Club was very handy 60ml entertained at tne Home of the Misses Muniord on the Heights Fri day evening The Sunbeam Society of the Baptist church will bold its regular meeting with little Mary Smith Saturday after noon at 2 ocloox All members are urged to be in attendance The lecture on The American Sab bath waegreatly enjoyed by these who braved tilt winter weather to hear it The Rtv Thomson was tho guest Mr and Mrs A B Coleman Flurry Bryant sold to Robbins his cottage and ground adjoinng for the consideration of ZIiUO Mr Bryant may hay and build again or wove away hfJ has not decided which he will do yetRev Graves filled his regular ap pointment here despite the very inclement weather and gave to a goonly number one of his splendid practical sermons that say Christian can put into his every day life if he so wills It That Tickling In the Throat One minute after taking Une Minute Cough Cure that tickling in the throat is gone It acts in the throat not the stomach Harmless good for children A L Spofford postmaster nt Chester Mich says Our little girl was unconscious from strangula tion during a snddpn and terrible at tack of croup Three doses of tine Minute Cough Curt half an hour apart speedily cured liar I cannot praise Une Minute Cough Cure too much for what it has done in our family Jt alwaj a gives relief Sold by All Druggists PATESVILLE Business is dull here Little Mervin Lompton is on the SiCk list Little Violet Versey Young is very ill Little Virginia Clarke has been ill of tonsilitis W J Fawver has just recovered from an attack of lagrippe Rev Oldhatn failed to fill hie reg ular appointment here Sunday Claud Buck of Whittsville was th guest of Miss Addle Cor ey Sunday Levi Dean and Stella Gordon spen Saturday evening with Ruth Fawver T V T Baker of Floral addressed the farmers at this place last Tues day night Marvin Baker and his sister Mie Annie have been viuitinf friends and relatives at Sulphur Springs IB F Arum and his sawmill crew have not been nt work tins weeit as the weather is too disagreeable Win Powers visited our school ono day last week and ho says that the small schol rs are well trained Mrs F K Gordon and children o Owensboro who pave been visiting friends and relatives at this place for some time returned to their home SaturdayWilliam Fawver and MillardComp ton say they have had May Day nil during the cold winter months as their music teacher Prof George May of Floral comes every Saturda- yGARRETT Ed DowellI has pneumonia again Miss Bernice Sbacklett visited in Brandenburg last week Miss Dora Funk visited Misses Miles several days last week Fred Sipes is visiting his sister Mrs Tosh Mills at Woodland Mr and Mrs Warden Downs gave a social Wednesday night Mr and Mrs J K Smith were guests of Mr and Mrs F Ritchie Wednesday Roy Payne who has been visiting relatives here will return to Illinois this weekR II Dowells family aud W H Dhouaus family are on the sick list this week Mr and Mrs B J Carrico Jr spent Wednesday with Mr and Mrs P S c Foushee Mr and Mrs James Houshee spent Tuesday with Messrs and Mesdames Win aud Joseph Ililf Miss Ida Ililf was the guest of Mrs WB Mattingly of Kkron last week and attended the PayneDowell wecld ing Mrs W H Dhonau had for her guests Tuesday Mrs Ollie Board ami daughter Nellie and Miss Bertha Fou shee MYSTIC C L Pate has lagrippe Misses Deli aud Jette Ilirrison are on the sick list Roll Miller visited at Iayuesville Saturday and Sunday John Brown of near Rhodelia visited at Disk Mitts several days last week Miss Ella Gibson of Sample visited Will Robispn last Saturday aud Sunday Jauics tho infant son of Howird Snyder died last Wednesday night of brain fever James Roberts aid family are expecting to move to Oak Hill W Va in the near future Miss Ada AvUt of near Iodiburg entertained her ninny friends with a party last week Jack Miller of Big Spring was the guest of Miss Nora Harrison lust Sat urday and Sunday Little Ina Basham of Webster has I been visiting her grand rents Mr aud Mrs Warren Miller Lee Basham has returned froUl Mat toon III but expects to return soon and move his family there Mrs B IT Beauchamp was called tl Sample last week to he at the bedside of her mother Mrs Nelson Jolly who is seriously 111 Miss Nora Harrison closed her school at Poplar grove Tall 27 mere was H large crowd present and all seemed to enjoy the exercises and spelling match which clawed the school Dudley What Are They Chamberlains Stomach aud Liver Tablets A new remedy lor stomach troubles bilousness and constipation and a good one Price SS cents Fur sale by Short A Hayn- esGUTHRIEKISSINGER Hardiusburg Ky Feb 7Special- At Owensboro on Monday Jan no Miss Lime Kissinger was united in marriage to Mr Robert Guthrie On Friday the newly married couple arriv Ime to visit Mr Outlines parents The bride is a daughter oi Mr aud Mrs Frank Kissingerof Fordsville The groom is a sou of Mr Fielding Guthrie and abrotherof the wellknown merchant Jr Guthrie Mr and Mrs Guthrie will make their home in Owensboro Clarence Bauer of Hawesvillef was here Thursday The Kidneys When they are weak tor pid or stagnant the whole system suffers Dont neg lect them at this time but heed the warning of the bloatedeface the sallow complexion andtbegin treatment once wit- hHoodsSarsaparilla anddFor testimonials of remarkable cures Send for Book on Kidneys No 8 C1 Hood Co Lowell Mass TALENTED GIRL Under the heading Talented Girl of Irvingtonlast Saturdays Louis ville Times contained n picture off Mis Jessie Brady CAUGHT BY THE GRIP RELEASED BY PERUNA liThe world of I medicine reognizes N Grip as epidemic catarrh Medical Talk aLxixixxZZIIZZZZZZZxx GRIPPE Is epidemic catarrh LAI no class or nationally ItII cultured and tho ignorant tho and the pauper the masses and the classes arc alike subject to In grlppo None are exemptall aro liable Have you tho grip Or rather has the grip got JOul Grip is well named The original French term la grippe has been shortened by tho busy American to road grip Without intending to do so a new word has been coined that exactly describes tho case As If sonic hideous giant with awful imp had clutched us In its fatal clasp Men women children whole towns and cities aro caught in the baneful grip of a ter rible monster Tho following letters speak for them been Delila Lillie relatives Nona Allen fattier ncenllj pleased country Bricuey families Bears Alwajs Bfla0i I selves tho efficacy in- cases grippe aftor effects Grippe Eradicated Pcruna Fred Westerlo Albany County writes years I attack grlppo a prostrated condition I other attack grlppo which I tried good I a a I bettor I Fred James R Guiil James tho oldest esteemed men Omaha Ho IAsk Your Druggist for a tree Peruna Al = VVTTTTTTVTTYTTTTTTTTTTYTTVTTYV VTTTTTTTTVVVTVTTTVT An Honorable Record A Senator Albert J1 Boveridge has sent out a circular let iiI I am glad be able advise you that the theobjectionablellanguageSThe bill has been by tho Committee withI your very re i t quest t t IIn these words Senator Beveridgo and thoirest of the make a record the o o ZinfluenceZ e who like Senator Beveridge unieasonablo in a womans objection being classed with idiots lunatics minors and criminalsLIDA INERT OBKNCIIAIX A AA AAAAAAAA AAA AAAA AAAAAAAAA AAAAAA AAA TARFORK L C and Arch Taul on the sick listMrs Mary Dunn has quite again 1 Aunt Susan has been indisposedEd has been for some time but is better Mrs Jackson Is from a three weeks illness Mrs Tabeling has been very the past weekbnt is JacKEon went to Grayson county Tuesday for a visit to and friendsMrs Archie Taul spent last week with her mother Mrs Mag Bnckoy on Clover creek Mrs of Cloverport WAS at the oedside of her Samuel Muffet last week Frank Hinton went from to rkimsBH writes he is with the Mrs Mat and her James will their soon to Kansas She has sold her farm to Thos Miller OASTOJtXAtw- Signature the Kind YOU Have of as to of Peruna of la or its After Effects of La by Mrs Weinberger N Y Several ago had an of la which left my nerves In Then had an of la left mo worse had three physicians but all In vain gave Peruna trial In short time was feeling and now am as well as anyone Mrs Weinberger lion of Omaha Hon It Guill is ono of and most of Neb has done much to make It c S to to Committee i reported to as 1 in accordance reasonable courteous Committee on woman i see nothing to CA AAA AAAAJl AAA AAA am HI Quisenberry sick recovering sick convalescent- Eli who here well son move ICE KING REIGNS Sleet rain and snow fell in the SundayConditions ta were the worst in the history of these two cities On account of the sleet truffle was completely at a stand still Telegraph wires were down all over the South and messages trom Memphis to New Orleans had to be set via New York The Sunshine of Spring The Salvo that cures without a scar ia DeWltts Witch Hazel Salve Cuts Burns Boils Bruises and Piles disap pear before the nse of this salve as snow before the unnshine of spring Miss B M Middleton Thebes 111 says I was seriqnsly afflicted with a fever sore that was very 2 painful DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cured me in less than a week Get the gen nine Sold by All Druggists RISES HIGHER W H Newman a brother of Albert Newirau of near this city was elect ed president of the Michigan Central and another railroad in that State last week Besides holding thena two posi tions Mr Newman is president of the New York Central railroad with a salary of 40000 a year The Newman brothers were born in Barren Bounty Albert Newmuu started us a school teaobflr in reukenrid e county and W H Newman as a clerk in a Louisville hotel t s r I what it Is serving on public bond a lnumber of times Ho endorses Pe ana in tho following words- I am C8 years old nm hale and hearty and Pornnn liar helped mo attain it Two years ago I had la grippemy life was despaired of Peruna saved mo J It Quill A Relative of Abraham Lincoln Mr Silas S Lincoln who resides at 013 I Street N W Washington D C has the honor of being third cousin to Abraham Lincoln Ho writes 111 had la grlppo IWo times before using your medicine Four years ago I began tho use of Fcruna slnco which tlmo I havo not boon troubled with that disease I can now do as much work at my desk as I over could In my life I have gained inoro than ten pounds in- welghtS S Lincoln r- Pcruna Not Only Cured La Grippe but Benefited the Whole System Miss Allco M Dressier 1311 N Bryant Ave Minneapolis Minn writes Last spring I suffered from la grippe and was partially cured but tho bad after effects remained through the sum mer and somehow I did not got strong as I was before Ono of my college friends who was visiting mo asked me to try Peruna and I did so and found it all and moro than I had expected It not only cured me of tho catarrh but restored mo to perfect health built np tho ontIro system and brought a happy fooling of buoyancy which I had not known for yearsAlice M Dressler An Actress Testimonial Miss Jean Cowgill Griswold Opera House Troy N Y Is tho loading lady with tho Aubrey Stock Co She write tho following I During tho past winter of idol isuffered for several weeks from a severe tt attack of grippe which loft a serious catarrhal condition of tho throat and head Some ono suggested Peruna A a last resort after wasting much tltno and money on physicians I tried the remedy faithfully and in a fow weeks was as well as over n Jean Cow gill A Southern Judge Cured Judgo Horatio J Goss Hartwoll Ga writes Some fivo or six years ago I had a very novero spell of grippe which loft mo with systemic catarrh A friend advised mo to try your Peruna which I did and was immediately benefited and cured Tho third bottlo completed th- ecureIL J Goss If you do not derive prompt and satis factory results from the use of Peruna wrItoat onco to Dr Hartman giving a full statement of your caso and he will bo pleased to give you his valuable ad vice gratis Address Dr Hartman President of Tho Hartman Sanitarium Columbus 0 manac for 1905 HCQUADV Dr Fleursttrof FordsviUe was here last Thursday doing dental wcm Mrs Brown nail laughter Mary are visiting Scott Brown near Hardin burg Frank Waggoner gave a party at his house Wednesday night which was highly enjoyed by all present The infant chill of Jones Dunn at Kirk died last Thursday and wrsthurled here Friday afternoon Robeit Wheat ly anl Mildred Potts Dr J A Siindbach and Miss Evelyn Potts attended thf ball at KirK Thurs lay night Will Ball and Warren Percell have bought Lum Smiths tnrm and will move to the same and put out a large crop ot tobacco Miss Montro Percell left last Thurs wlJrvltiitgo to Bowling Green to enter school J D Babbage Jr was at hone from school at Beeohmont Saturday and Sunday AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA e JewelryMusical Instruments Watches No mlstuko In buying Jewelry from us It Is good Just what wo represent It to bo or we plyo your money back Wo have cheap stuff and good stuff gettingft 1 E Iff In musical Instruments und watches ilWi our sumo Ruurant o goon Wo build our bushmess all our reputation forI honesty and fair dealing When i want a picco of Jewelry a watch 4 I musical Instrument think of us youtta homo Jewuler Como In and talk niattor over with us before you InterestI = Ithat= C 3 1 D LEWISSON 004 YOUR JEWELERS 2 5 HARDINSUURQ KENTUCKY r i tYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTYTTY J