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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i l THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINTV- OL XXIXQ CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 15 1905 8 Pages NO31 I MAYOR L T REIDS HANDSOME RESIDENCE t NEWMANS AS OFII E VIEWS ADVICE Hurrah for Everitt and Equity The human jack Knife has been plnuiberini even while he was sweat inn and tojlng these many years But thanks to A Everitt and a hoot of v nOble lieutenants he is wide awake nowWe will smoke no Dukes mixture neither will we chew any flat until weII get three eights for our tobacco Stick tight stick fast kelp on sticking It can be done It will be doneIf every man in this county would read tJpTo Date Farming and the county papers thero would be no wore scabingFarmers stand by your friends He who is not for us is against us No Mr Slick the A S ot E will not try to reduce the acreage tuis year So you will make nothing by staying ant and trviny to double your crop But it is to be hoped that tar mers generally whether cambers or nonmembers will have judgment enough not to overcrop themselves tor there id certainly more profit In a six tv per cent crop at eight cents than a full crop at six cents i Say if the buyers dont get busy pretty soon whats the matter with some enterprising man renting a warehouse anl prizing and storing for the farmers The farmer could then bor row money enough on his crop to en able him to hold it as long as necessary Matting Local Union No11 A S of E celebrated its first anniversary Feb 4 with oratory music and recita tionl It then proceeded to elect the following officers = W B Taul a tireless veteran President A B Drum n modern Demosthenes Vice Presi dent Geo H Newman a chronic scribbler Secretary W T Mason n man above suspicion Treasurer Ed GoHtley The Boy Orator of Tar Creek Lecturer The Russell a man of muscle Hergeaotataitns T M Bates Thos Goatley and A F New map three true disciples of Everitt Executive CommitUe Thos Goatley T M Bats and A B Oium have the selling of nil tobacco in the district Any one wishing to lay in a large sup ply of chewing sun smoking would do well to cull on them Yours for three eights Geo H Newman The Spring Painting Is a task ot no little importance to owners of property Uptodate point era recommend the use of Green Seal Liquid Paint because ol its extreme purity For Sale by Short Hayns WEDNESDAYS FREEZE Snow sleet and rain froza in n solid mass last Wednesday stopping street traffic to a great extent and making walking dangerous The small boys t who kind been prohibited fromcoast ing down the Baptist church hill Jjy order of the city council enjoyed themselves skating on the streets and- YY side walks The rain of the night be fore froze on the trees and telephone wire and fOt a time some people t feared a repetition of the great freeze of 1012 The ice on the telephone wires thawed and fell oft about noon and only a few repurs had to be made by the Homo and Cumberland compa- nIes I CARD OJ THANKS Mrs JusE Buokby wishes to thank her tnends and neighbors for runny acts of kindness and sympathy extended during the illness and death of her husbaua oAS caJAs Boon theTIe Kind You Have Always Bought 9fgnatnrs l4Aor I FAMILY REUNION OF WASHINGTON There was a very delightful impromptu reunion of the surviving members of the immediate family of Col Henry Washington of Double Springs Bieckenridpe county at 800 E Broadway Louisville one day last week The survivors present were Lucy Attala widow of the late A J Alexanderof 300 E Broadway Mary West widow of the late Theophllus Munford of Meade county Bate Vnsniagton and wife of Double iariugs the old Washington homestead near Irvington Ky Sue wife of DrJ M Tydings SOO E Broadway and Georgiana widow of Richard S Herndon of Oak Hall Meade county Henry Washington thtir tather was born in Westmoreland county Va in the year 1792 While yet a young man he removed to Kentucky where he married in 1817 Catherine R Bate daughter of James Smalley and Lacy Throckmorton Bate of Jefferson county There were horn to this union fourteen children six song and eight daughters Soon after their marriage Mr and Mrs Washington moved to their farm in Breckunridge countynear time present site of Irving ton on the L H St L R R where both lived till their death Mr Washington in 1850 and Mrs Wasn ington in 1875 Mr Washington was elected to the State Senate for one term and shortly afterwards became a member of the convention that framed the Constitu tion of 1850 Soon after his return from Frankfort on February 11850 he was suddenly seized with that dread ter ror Asiatic cholera ot which he died Iin a tew hours The sum of the ages of these suviv ing youngsters aggregate J58 years Mrs Alexander 83 Mrs Munford 75 Mr Bate Washington 70 Mrs Tydings CO and Mrs Herndon 04 XX BANDYSTEWARTB- ig Spring Ky Feb 14Special Rev W A Hynes of Irviugton passed through here Wednesday en route to the MaysGrove neighborhood where he married Miss Lucy Stewart and Mr Richard Bandy oi Irvington The ceremony was performed at the homo of the brides uncle Jwentt Miller The couple were given a re ception by Mr and Mrs Miller They will make their home nearIrvington COTTAGE MEETINGS- The Christian people ofall the churches in town have united and ar r njed to hold cottage prayer meetings during this week for a general revival of religion The meetings begin at 2JtO oclock in the afternoon and will be held at the following places Wednes day with Mrs Jasper Dyer Thursday Mrs Win Hoffious Friday Mrs Robt Polk Yesterday afternoon the meeting was held at the home of Mrs W F Ferry Everybody interested in the revival is invited to these meetings SMALLPOX AT TARFORK Tarfork Ky Fob 14Speial Marion Jackson of Tarfonc has a genuine case of smallpox McQuady Ky Feb 14Special A case of smallpox is reported at Jewell Jacksons The County Board of Health has been notified of the case I MRS PETER BEST DEAD Mrs Peter Best Sr one of the wealthiest and oldest women of Han cook county and a liberal giver to the Dor died Friday night at her home at Lewisport ol pneumonia at the age of eighty Subscribe for the NEWS t HARVEST HEAVY Death Comes to James Buckby R Bandy and Other Citizens of Cily and County James E Bnckby one of the oldest engineers of the Henderson Route in point of service died last Thursday morning u t 1115 oclock athis home near this city He was ill about nine days of pneumonia which was super induced bv hignppe His death came as a shock to friends and relatives as he was thought to be improving up until 8 oclock Thursday morning when a complication set up and hasten ed the end Mr Bnckby was born at Sud bor ough North Hampshire England on September 29 18GU He came to Amer lea in 1871 and settled in Michigan Shortly after the Henderson Route was built he entered the ernploj of tne road He was an engineer on the branch road to Fordsville and th n on the main line His last run was on the Cloverport accommodation of which he had charge ever since this service was inaugurated Ou March 1 1899 Mr BucKby was married to Miss Olive Howard daughter of J B Howard the well known hotel proprietor of Fordsville To this union fonr children were born Besides his wife and children Mr Buckby Is survived by two brothers Alfred Buckby of this city and John Buckoy of Michigan and his father and two sisters who reside in Eng landAs an engineer of the highest ability Mr Buokby was well known He wasI a member of the Brotherhood of Loco motive Engineers in which he held 1500 insurance and of the Fordsville lodge of Masons While on a visit sev eral years ago to England he was en tertained at a banquet of Masons aulI English noblemen As a Mason as an engineer and as a citizen he wasI liked mind admires because of his worth The remains were taken to Fords ville Friday the interment being at the cemetery there in the afternoon Members of the local lodge of Mason accompanied the remains to Fords ville where the Fordsville lodge took charge of the bod The services at the grave were conducted by Frank Pey ton of Falls of Rough GUY WOOD DEAD Relatives here have received news of the deatu of Guy Wood formerly of this city at Lake Charles La after a lingering illness of consumption The funeral of Mr Wood was at Lake CharlesMr was about of age He went to Lake Charles several years ago and engaged in farm ing His wife whom he married in Louisiana and a young child survive The other relatives are his mother four brothers John Leo and William Wood of this city and Mell Wood of Luke Charlesaad two sisters MrsJ b Fella of Addison and Miss Flor ence Wood of this city DIES OF PNEUMONIA McQuady Ky Feb 14Specinl Fred Weatherfortl died near here Sunday of pneumonia The funera- was neld Monday afternoon OLLIE BRICKEY DEAD McQuady Ky Feb 14Speclal Ollie Brickey died here last Friday aftera long illness of a complication of diseases The funeral was held Saturday afternoon time interment being in the lirickey graveyard1 MRS MARY TINIUS DEAD Mrs Mary E Tinins died last Wed nesday afternoon of a complication of diseases at the home of her daugLtsr Mrs L H Pate in Owensboro She was born in BreoKenndge county but had been a resident of Owensboro since last Jnly previous to that time making her home in this city Mrs Tinius was born October 20 1848 In 1800 sne was married to th late William Tinins Of the children born to this union the following sur vive Mrs L H Pate Mrs Wm Sablie Mrs Harvey Story Owensbo ro Jas Tinius Philpot Misses Mag gie and Rosa Tinins and Fred Tinius Louisville Henry Tinius Custer Herbert Tinius Mattingly and Mrs L V Chapiii ot this city About 187M she united with the Baptist churchThe remains were brought to this city Thursday on time afternoon train and taken to the home or Mr and Mrs ChapIn where the funeral services Continued on pave 1 c u SMALLEST EVER Was The Crowd At Circuit Court Clark Cases Consolidated Session to be Short Hardinsburg Ky Feb 14 Spe italCircuit court convened here Monday The extreme coM was responsible for the smallest crowd that ever assembled III HardiiisDurg on the first day of big court The omnipresent jjo key was conspicuous by reason of his absence and the few people that had to come surrounded the red hot stoves in the various stores of the merchantsJudge Chelf and Commonwealths Attorney L pymau arrived on the Sun day evening train and court was called to order at 10 oclock in the forenoon of Monday Some difficulty was had in tilling up the grand jury but the panel was finally completed and thy were instructed in tneir1 dn ties by Mr Layman in a speech of about an hour Then the judge called the ordinary appearance docket for motions orders and judgments and then adjourned On account of the cold weather it ill thought that this session will not last more than ten days The grand jury for the present term otcourt is composed of time following wellknown uitlzaiu of the county William JarooeW H Smith Sebas tian Yates Philip Plock William Storms John A Barry Paul Kull man Tom Gregory Crawford Beauch amp E Y Davip Richard Beard and Silas Miller Judge Chelf appointed Tom Gregory foreman ot the grand juryIn the celebrated Clark cases an order was entered transferring all the suits in Police Judge R M Jollys court to this court and con solidating them all together and they will proceed under the name and style of The First State Bank vs C M Clarke x Co It will be remembered that three of the creditors filed an involuntary petition in bankruptcy againstlClarke which is still pending The first attaching creditors are resist ling the suit in the Federal onrC claiming that it has no jurisdiction Judge Evans has not yet decided whether ornot hit court has jurisdic tionThe case of Cy Miller vs The Fidelity Casualty Co was dismiss ed settledThe action of B F Beard Co vs Valker Brown was dismissed with out prejudice on motion of the plain tiff Judge Chelf sustained a general demurrer to the plaintiffs petition in ofsKentucky for etc vsThe L H St L Ry Co The plaintiff will probably appeal This was a suit to com pel the railroad company to pay taxes to tilt railroad tax District ot this countyIn acion of Mrs Nannie J Wathen vs Vallnce Lame Cox a judgment was entered against tile defendant for the amount of the debt claimed in the petition TWO NEW UNIONS WS Ball organized a local union or the American Society cf Equity at Macylwas elected president of the union and C L Bruington secretary The union was organized with twelve members They are nolding 00000 pounds of to biicno for the Lynchburg prices Ben Taul organlznl a local union of th + A Sol E with elevn members at New Bethel last week Will Jarboe John Seaton and Clarence Miller com pose the committee appointed to sell the tobacco belonging to the union The union has pledged 40000 pounds and 40000 pounds more are being held GOES TO HARDINSBURG- Dr J V Bush of Cannelton will not be in Hardinsburg to fill his regu lar appointment but he will be there the third Monday in March to remain TayloreBeard property and will remove his family Dr Bush is one of tne best dentists in this section and his deal sion to locate in Hardinsbnrg is a source of much pleasure to tits friends and patrons ONE CHILD STILL LOW The four children of the late Jas E Bnckby have been ill Three are fur proving but one is still very low EAR FROZEN Will Kasey of Bewleyville while en route to circuit court at Hardinsonrg Monday had his ear badly frozen A Matter ofHealth There is a quality in Royal Baking Powder whichmakes the food more digestible and wholesome This peculiarity of Royal has been noted by physicians and they accord ingly endorse and recom mend it ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORKflt WHATS HAPPENED AT COUNTY SEAT Uncle Berry Macy who has been very ill for the past week is slowly improvingJudge MrsMiUon Board return ed home Sunday after a visit of sever al weeks to Dr mid Mrs Milton Board atHopkinsvilleThe H Calvert is conduct ing a revival at McDaniels Dr W A Walker has decided to re main here permanently Dont forget tile oldfashionedspell iug bee to be given by the Ladies Ala Society of the M E church South on Friday evening Feb 17 at the Masonic building Miss Georgia Robertson of Glen deane was the guest of Miss Lytie Ford the first of the week Dr1 T Baker has recovered trom the effects of afall on the icy pave ment and is able to oe at his office again Col Lafe Green of Falls of Rough was in the city Monday Claude Mercer is sick with Inti am matory rheumatism He is slowly re coveringProf Haley has decided not to teach a spring term of school The latter part of this month he will return to Mayfield and engage in newspaper work Phelps Walker nf Bewlsyville left last week for Oklahoma where ne expects to locate in some good town and practice law Oliver iHh lln an of Union Star ia here visiting Mr and Mrs Gus D ShelluianJesse has purchased a fine new bus which he will run for the accommodation of the public Luinsey Kinchebe was in Owens boro llist week on a business trip Richard W Owen of Lewleport Democratic nominee tor State Senator was in town Monday receiving the congratulations of his friends upon landing the nomination Charles Lightfoot of Cloverport was in town Monay He Is a prospec tive caudiate for sheriff William Beard was at Fordsville last week on a business trip Judge Milton Board suffered a severe fall Monday on his way home He slipped on the ICY sidewalk awl fell heavily to the cronnd dislocating hip lett shoulder and receiving severalI bruises Dr A 11 Kincheloe attended him and he is now resting easily and is expected to be up again in a few daysDr J C Bush of Cannelton was in town Monday He says he is seriously consiienngIooating here Many prominent Masons of this place and vicinity are quietly working up interest in commandery to be established here About fifty wellknow Masons have already signified their intention of becoming charter mem bers of the organization Attorney R A Miller of Owens boro was hare thefirst of the week to attend circuit court Jesse C Payne of West Point spent Sunday here with his family Frank Fraize of Cloverport is here attending circuit court Mrs Nellie Wathen of Louisville is visiting ner sister Mrs Sue Cox Twenty bountiful combinations in colors hat harmonize can be obtain ed when you use THE GREEN SEAL PAINTS See Short Haynes LAST REPORt OF UTOPIA COLLEGE For the past term at Utopia College at Glendeane gold medals for Highest marks In spelling have been awarded as follows Advanced class Ltllie Mat tingly 13 Fannie Moorman and RUby Jones second and third with 12 each Mildred Moorman fourth Intermediate class Nell Dempster 1G iMabel Hoskins second with 15 Tne report of tne honor roll for the sixth month ending February 10 is as follows Eighth Grade Louise Moorman 17 HO Seventh GradeRobert Fisher 0740 Moorman Robertson 117 fi Ada Mat tingly 97- Sixth Urade LilUe Mattingly 0075 Ruby Jones 984U Fannie Moorman EdnaIMollie Moorman 9i Nell Fisher 90 Ella Whittinghill Helen Whitting hill 94 Herbert Hall 91 Fisher Moor man 90 Johnie Moorman 9100 Mil dred Moornun 98 Fifth GradeBetsy Moorman 99 Nell Dempster 99 Mabel HosKins 08 Robert Curtis 97 Marcus Whittler 90 JaKie Powell 90 Viola Powell 9545 Henry Burnett 90 Joe Moorman 04 Clara Mattingly 90 Fourth Grade Ethel Carwile 09 Albene Cooper 98 Leroy Whittinghill 94 Third Grade Robert Win Tuttle 05 Hunts Mercer 98 Via Seaton 02 Second GradeD C Moorman 95 Walter Carwile 90 Card tell Matting ly 05 Evelyn Cooper 98 Total term enrollment 129 monthly average for term 74 Present every day Lillie Mattingly Ruby Jones Mil dred Moorman Jakie Powell Ethel Crtwile Clara 2mJattingly and Cnrdwell MattinglyTeachers for the term Robert B Tuttle Prin Ella G Robertson 1st asst Arrie Robertson 2nd nsst Sallie B Robertson Slril asat Moorman Robertson Robert D Fisher Substitutes Avoid all drying inhalants and use that which cleanses and heals the mem brane Klys Create Hahn Is such a re tnedy and cures Catarrh easly and pleas antly Cold in the hem vanishes quickly Price 50 cents at druggists or by mail Catarrh caused difficulty in speaking and to a great extent loss of hearing By the use of Elys Cream Bunt dropp ing of mucus bas ceased voice and hearing have greatly improved J W Davidson Atty at Law Mnumouth Ill CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our thanks for many acts of kindness shown during the last illness and lentil of our moth r Mrs Mary E Tinius The Family BANK FOR EKRON Kkron Ky Feb HSpecilllAb- ank at Ekron is a sure thing and will be established in the near future PRINCIPAL FINED- A drunken melee at the English Kitchen Saturday night in which several men tooK part resulted in the arrest bv Marshal DeHaven of Btr Beavin who was the principal ag gressor in the affair Beavin was tried before judge Wills Monday afternoon on the charge of disorderly conduct and tined 1080 which he will serve out in jail t L me goon ror no was Humming a song ns he broke his stones We exchanged n few words nnd he said at the end Well goodhy my boy Gqod courage and good luck Since then I 1m ve passel nnd rcpnssed along that same route under circumstances the most diverse pnlnful and Joyful The student has finished his course the bronk er of stones remains what ho was lie has taken a few more precautions against the sensors storms n rush unit protects his back and his felt hat Is drawn farther down to shield his fare Hut the forest Is always sending lack the echo of his valiant ham mer How many sudden tempests have broken over his bent back how much adverse fate has fallen on his head on his house on his country lIe continues to break his stones and coming and going I find him by the roadside Biiiillng In spite of his age and his wrinkles benevolent speaking above nil In dark daysthose simple words of brave mon which hne so much ef feet when they are scanned to the breaking of stouts It would be quite Impossible to express the emotion the sight of this sim ple n in gves me and certainly he has no suspicion of It I know of noth lug more reassuring and at the sumo time more searching for the vanity which ferment IriouHiearts than this coming face to face with nn obscure worker who does hIs task as the oak grows slid ns the good God makes his sun to rise without asking who Is looking on I have known too n number of old toichi rs men nnd women who have passed their whole life at the same oc cupation milking the rudiments of hu 111111 knowledge nnd a few principles of conduct penetrate hends sometimes harder than the rocks They have done it with their whole soul throughout the length of n hard life In which the at tention of men had little place When they He in their unknown graves noon remembers them but a few humble people like themselves but their rec ompense Is In their love No one Is greater than these unknown How ninny hidden virtues may one not discover If he know how to search among people of a class he often rid icules without perceiving that in so do ing lie is guilty of cruelty Ingratitude and stuplditv 1 ninny old maids Peo pie amuse themselves with remarking the surprising dress and ways of some of them things of no consequence for that matter They persist also In re instant They remain saloons taaaaaaa eaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa0- THIRD iu Browns Tobin town local American Society Equity Saturday members president and secretary It is the in the These local scattered all objectis to the together and get It is they much to coin the on is raised Sub f r- Cn r d H Translated From the French by T5he Simple IifeCopyright 1901 By MaryLouise Phillips Co IlendeeCharles WagnerMcClure minding us that others very take nothing but their comfort and that of sonic cut or canary upon which their powers affection center nml certainly these nre not out done in egoism by the most hardened celibates of stronger sex But what we oftenost forget Is the amount of self sacrifice hidden modestly away so many of these truly admirable lives Is It nothing be without home and its love future without per sonal ambition take upon oneself that of solitary life so hard bear when there Is added the solitude of the heart and other Interests than the care of the old of orphans the poor the Infirmthose whom the brutal mechanism of life out among its waste Seen from without these apparently tame and lusterless lives rouse pity rather than envy Those who approach gently sometimes sad secrets great trials under burdens which too fragile shoulders but this Is only the of We should learn to know and this richness of heart this pure goodness this power love console to hope this Joyful giving up of self this persistence In sweetness forgive even the unworthy maids How many wrecked have you how many wounded have you healed many wanderers have you led aright many naked have you how many orphans you taken In anti how many strangers who would have been alone In the world but for you you who yourself are remembered of no Some knows you It Is great mysterious Pity which keeps watch over our lives suffers In our misfortunes Forgotten like you blasphemed It has confided to you some Its hen enllest messages and that perhaps why your gentle comings goings we sometimes seem to hear tlrt rustling wings of ministering angels The good Itself so many different forms one has often as much pains discover It as unearth the best concealed crimes A doctor who had tot years of his life in Siberia condemned for political reasons to forced used to find great pleasure In telling this courage sad Iu had observed not only among a large number time but aisi among the convict guards For t11rr aRiRe itaaR arR R aadaa OO rraart+ arrr lrtortrtrr- trr9tWoman 00Suffragez K n1 surds Ilatt Decker President General Federation Women Clubs i Y r q t r j t C v I do not hesitate to say that the best women of Colorado Y have fur snore con eieuec in fulfilling their responsibilities N voters than the men of the saute class It is also true Q i l that woolen of standing in the community have great in Iluenco with the men who are not particularly interested in allairs st We constantly asked by visitors to Colorado But how do prominent women with their many duties and obli AN gations have time for politics To speak ones grocer butcher stationer to a conductor on a car or to a cabman takes only an und it takes just about one hour in a q your to cast aril the ballots necessary and allowable q The women of the halfworld generally do vote l are constantly changing their residences and their names They do wish to give any data concerning themselves N- r their age name or number and street they prefer to N unidentified Occasionally some disreputable master com pels these slaves to for own purposes but it is a q rare occurrence r Has the woman vote wholly purified politics and have we banished No to both questions It would bo be tyond reason to expect such a result AVomen have been in t= A churl lies und in sciety since the beginning of but there t- t are still vicious minds and sinful deeds in both religious t- t and circles The most we assert is that ifwe pour a t- t clear itrrain into a muddy one we shall have a moving of t- t the waters for betterment t There i splendid womanly independence in being a t- t voting citizen and an absorbing interest in fulfilling the t- t duty citixenship and there is a much more chivalrous de t- t votion and respect on the part of men who look Upon their t- t sister not ut playthings nor as property but equals and- y t fellowritixcns t000 UNION IN COUNTY The fanners the neighborhood schoolhouse in ship organized a union of the of last uielmt of ten Steve Rutherford was chosen Chas Klein third local union county unions are over Kentucky nnd their have farmers get hold their products until they a certain satisfactory price for them i nonpartisan and have just as right bine and raise price what they raise ns the trusts do after it i F Cannelton Telephone Clbe for the NEWS r scmsn Interest In own of the In to without to cross to especially to forget oneself have no casts divine gone heavy beneath bend side shadow value to to and ness toward Poor old lives rescued how gently how clothed have often one I mistake ore that and often of Is above am1 hides under that to to Hus sinn passed labor of generosity humanity of condemned i I as public are to not vote his time social iIt as ata4aa44tc4A4A44A4NEW aaao Richmond Ky Feb sJudge Bet tou overruled demurrer by Berea college to an indictment on the charge of allowing negro students among white ones which is prohibited by a new law The case will now go to trial on the fact which is practically admitted by Bsrea The constitutionality of the law is questioned and the ase will go the supreme court of the United States A Red Hot Stove Burns when you touch it but Iir y have Paracamph Frst Aid to the Injured hallllIInd apply Ireely the pain is relieved quirky and it teals withDiit leaving an ugly scar There is nothing so good lor Burns Cutsand Bruises as Paracamph Try H 2jo bottle moment one is tempted to exclaim Where will not the Rood hide away And In truth life offers here greatt surprises anti embarrassing contrasts There are good men ofllclally so rec ognized quoted among their associ ntlsI hud almost said guaranteed by the government or the church who can be reproached with nothing but dry anti hard hearts while we are as tonished to encounter In certain fallen human beings the most genuine ton ierness and as It were a thirst for self devotion I shouldl lice to speak next apropos of the Inglorious good of a class that today It Is thought quite fitting to treat with the utmost one sldedness I mean the rich Some people think the last word Is said when they have stig matized tint Infamy capital For them nil who possess great fortunes are monsters gorged with tho blood of the miserable Others not so declamatory persist however In confounding riches with egoism and Insensibility Justice should be visited on these er rocs be they Involuntary or calculated Xo doubt there are rich men who con teen themselves with nobody else and others who do good only with osten tatlon Indeed we know It too well But does their Inhumanity or hypocrisy take away the value of the good that others do and that they often hide with a modesty so perfect I knew a man to whom every mis fortune had come which can strike us In our affections He had lost a be loved wife had seen nil his children burled one after another But he had a great fortune the result of his own labor Living In the utmost simplic ity almost without personal wants ho spent his time In searching for oppor tunities to do good mid profiting by them How many people he surprised Ir flagrant poverty what moans he combined for relieving distress ami lighting up dark lives with what kindly thoughtfulness he took his friends unawares no one can Imagine lie liked to do good to others and en Joy their surprise when they did not know whence tho relief came It pleased him to repair time Injustices of fortune to luring tears of happiness in families pursued by mischance lIe was continually plotting contriving machinating In the dark with a child ish fear of being caught with his hand In the bag The greater part of those fine deeds wore not luiovn till after his death the whole of thorn we shall never knrv THE KEY YOUR SYSTEM is YOUR LIVER Tho principal civilized nations of mho Iworld Kiiuril Jtaloiisly rout expend mill annually to protect those strategic asqthoII key to their national Integrity 01IyourSystemof at b icrystals THACHERS your bloodp is an rheumatism I-IrRaccurately prepationderdropsyMono In bladder and many similar enemies your marching against They reach your system liver If fortify stronghold against them conquer disease robust health If neglect your they capture it overrun entire system breaking down tissue through nerves blood Diseases heart lungs THACHER MEDICINE bottle TELL TRUTH IN SOUTH of the waft they get at things direct method rather than other day y a southern gertleman They plain truth tellers over in North Carolina I myaccept u statement I read the other day in H paper published at Wilmington Ulan said timid know I like the fail I Ulay such a word While the legislature of the state consid ering distillery bill a citizen gave out the blunt statement The distill ry bill th it agreed upon will the effect of putting out of business and I intend bring suit for 1000 the amount of liquor furnished the democrats during the last campaign me I a democrat when the managers conic me and asked what I would contribute I what they tended about the whiskey legisla lion I assured by several demo crats that the Asheville liquor business would alone With this under standing I to honor the orders of democrats for whiskeyI have now toon file 300 orders for whisky amounting to gallons that nished mo during the campaign severalocountyoffice holders a member of the general assembly from and may examined by any This is what would call talk batk on in Arkansas and I like fellow who statement If time democrats fail to keep faith with him Ho was n socialist of tho right sort for there two kinds them Those who aspire to appropriate to them selves n part of the goods of others numerous and commonplace belong to tliolr order suffices to have n big appetite Those who hungering to divide their own goods with men who have none tare and pre cious for to enter this choice company there Is need of a bravo and noble heart free from selfishness nnd sensi tive to both happiness nUll unhappl ness of Its fellows Fortunately the race of these socialists Is not extinct and I feel an unalloyed satisfaction offer lug them n tribute they never claim I must pardoned for dwelling on this It does good offset the bitterness many Infamies no many calumnies much charlatan ism by resting the eyes upon some thing more beautiful breathing the perfume of these stray corners where simple goodness flowers A lady n foreigner doubtless little used to Parisian life Just now told with what horror time things she here Inspire her those vile posters those yellow Journals these women with bleached knit this crowd rushing to the races to dance Inns to roulette tables to corruption the whole flood superficial and mundane life She did not speak the word Babylon but doubtless It was out pity for of the Inhabitants of this city of per ditionAlas yes madam these things aro sad but you have not seen all Heaven preserve from that On the contrary I wish you could see everything for If the dark side Is very ugly there Is so much to atone for It And believe madam you have simply to change your quar ter or observe at another hour For Instance take the Paris early morn lug It will offer much to correct your Impressions of the Parts of tho night see among so many other working people street sweepers who come out at the hour when tho revelers and malefactors In serve beneath these rags those cary atid bodies those austere faces How serious they are at their work of swooping away the refuse of the nights revelry 1 One might liken them to the prophets at Ahasuerus gates There women amoivj them many old people When the air Is cold I they stop to their lIngers and then go at again every day And they too Inhabitants of PnrlsI j I TO MuttrHtinn Buncombe diseases constipation rheumatism stomach trouble mutually follow alltl150LIVERAND ItdrlnliverItfortifies it care your liver against future your liver tacks It makes will take of you well yokyou lrig your liver sharp edged well- urlencic OR are forming LIVER and BLOOD SYRUP hon llrlgtitR eaudia com medicinal herbs the other of system are you must you this you win you liver and your tho and of the and are if do YOU ma if use was was hnve me to am to in to do was be let agreed titan was be one they with it nm le are of are To It are are In bo up one to of so so me of of me me It of go nre blow It So It Is are awl i and mad caro In 0 and will was No ening opiatesno harm In a thousand bottlesDr Thachers Health Book tell tobotin of DR THACHERS LIVER BLOOD SYRUPBOTH FREE CO CHATTANOOGA TENN All Druggists 5Oo and tOO by circumlocution told the by and the more JOO fur and the the tho sees one Go Ob nerve dead will AND per the the ask by the the skin by jingo he ought to sue em and the court ought to give him the full benefit of the doctrineofspecific performance or damage for the breach II Fraud Exposed A few counterfeiters have lately been making and trying to sell Imitations of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Gughs and Colds and other medicines thereby defrauding the public This is to warn you to beware of such people who seek to profit throngn stealing the reputation of remedies which have been suc cessfully curing disease for over 35 years A sure protection to you is our name on the wrapper Look to it on all Dr Kings or Bucklens remedies as all others are mere jail tations H KBuckleu Co Chicago Ill and Windsor Canada EAR TORN OFF- C L Cornwall fifty years of age was knocked down ba Portlandavenue car at Twentysixth street about 7 oclock last night and his tight car was torn off lIe was removed to his home 1418 High avenue where the ear was sewed in place by Drs G F Payne and E C Underwood His injuries are serious but not necessarily fatal Mr Cromwell is a civil engineei and is well known He superintended the con struction of much of tho Louisville and Nashville and Henderson Route and was for a long time connected with the Santa Fe Wednesdays Louisville Times Go next to tho faubourgs to time factories especially the smaller ones where the children or the employers labor with the men Watch the army of workers marching to their tasks How ready and willing these young girls seem as they come gayly down from their distant quarters to the shops and stores and ofllccs of the city Then visit the homes from which they come See the woman of the people at her work nor husbands wages are modest their dwelling la cramped the children are many tho father Is often harsh Make a collec tion of the biographies of lowly peo ple budgets of modest family life loook at them attentively and long After that go see time students Those who have scandalized you In the streets are numerous but those who labor hard are legion only they stay at home find lire not talked about If you knew the toll and dig of tho Latin quarter You timid the papers full of the rumpus made by a certain set of youths who call themselves students Tho papers say enough of those who break windows but why do they make no mention of those who spend their nights toping over problems Because It wouldnt Interest the public Yes when now and then one of them a medical student perhaps dies u victim to professional duty the matter has two lines in the dallies A drunken brawl gets half a column with every detail elaborated Nothing Is lacking but the portraits of the heroes and not always that I should never end were I to try to point out to you nIl that you must go to see If you would see nil You would needs make the tour of society at large rich and poor wise and Ignorant And certainly you would not Judge so severely then Paris Is a world and here as In tho world In general the good tildes nwaywhile the evil flaunts itself Observing only the surface you sometimes ask how there can possibly be so much riffraff When on the contrary you look Into time depths you are astonished that In this troublous obscure and sometimes frightful life there can bo so much virtueBut why linger over these things Am I not blowing trumpets for those who hold trumpet blowing In horror Do not understand me so My aim is this To make men think about un ostentatious goodness above all to make them love It and practice It OF the over each 400 married Miss Margaret W the late Deane of and well county CURE FOR CHILLS Bleeding rotund PALO OINTMENT case mutter days First application Rives We druggist husnt send 50c stamps by Medl Mo GET Last week W Machen the free system the indict the result of postal investi and and Samuel were con rTime man who finds satisfaction things which glitter and hold his eyes lost first because he will thus see evil before all else then because bo gets accustomed to the sight of only such good as seeks notice and there fore easily succumbs to the temptation to live himself Not only must be resigned to he must lore he does not wish to insensibly Into the ranks of figu rants preserve their parts only while under the eyes of the spectators and put In tho the restraints Imposed on time stage Here wo are In the presence of one of the essential elements of the moral life And this which wo say Is true not only those are called hum and whose lot to pass mire marked Just as true and more for the chief actors If you would not be a brilliant Inutility a man of gold lace and plumes but empty Inside you must play the star role In the slm pIe spirit of the most obscure of your collaborators lie who nothing worth except on hours of parade worth less than Have we the perilous honor of being always In view of In tho frost ranks Let us take much the greater of the sanctuary of silent good within us let us to the structure whose facade seen of our fellow men a wide foun dation of of humble fidel ity and then out of sympathyout of let stay our broth ers who are unknown to fame everything to them do we not 1 call to witness every one who has found In this experi ence stones hidden in the soil hold up the whole edifice those who arrive at having n public and recog nized value owe to some humble spiritual ancestors to some forgotten lhsph ers A small number of the good among them simple women peasants vanquished heroes as modest as they are revered personify for us beautiful and noble living their exam ple and gives us strength The remembrance of them Is forever Inseparable from that be fore which we arraign In our hours of trial we think of them courageous and and our bur dens lighten In clouds they compass us about these witnesses Invisible and beloved who keep from stumbling and our feet from falling In the battle and day 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convicts and sentenced to twott years imprisonment DISASTROUS YEAR Because of low water and ice few boats have run longer Hon three or four months in the past twelve months The past year is said to hove been the most disastrous in the history of navi gation on the Ohio j PARKERS HAIR BALSAM CleuiKt and beautifies the hair growthMover anyHairCures FallingMcan r The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY February 15 1005 Q RADICALRepublicans How Long Will Hold Position An Interesting Question Springfield Mass Republican The New York Sun undertakes to demonstrate that in tne present rap- prochEment between the Roosevelt re publicans and Bryan democrats it is the president who has Hopped to Bryan rather than Bryan who hRS flopped over to the president This is a contention which appears to be well established Never heless the truth in that there e has been no particular amount of t flopping on either side There has long exrsted in the republican party a strong radical element at heart in sympathy with the Bryan reorganiza tion of the democracy but held to its old party allegiance oy the ties of habit and prejudice strengthened mightily by the continued presence of n solid South Naturally tnis element has been securely held in line and un der the domination of the conservative and corporate powers within the republican party But locally It has now and then asserted itself sporadi cally and temporarily as under the leadership of Pinree in Michigan LaFollette in Wisconsin and Gumming in Iowaaffording oco sonal acd striu ing evidence of the existence of 4 strung volcanic forces within the might mountain of conservative vested republicanism These uprisings of i discontented and radical republican element have been too infrequent and spasmodic to be viewed with serious alarm by the dominant capitalistic influences in the party and as lata as the reelection of President McKinley in 1000 there was no more chance in the natural order of events that radical- Ism in any noteworthy measure would obtain control of the party in its national capactiy than that syndicated capital would forget its power and i cunning and be delivered up without struggle to its enemies- It was thrangh accident solely that the presidency and the republican I Ileadership tell under so much of the radical influences Mr Roosevelt rep resents While never regarded as dangerous after the manner oft Bryan he was considered 1n trouble some and disturbing factor to the conservative leadership and was given the vicepresidency to get him out of the way and not put him full tooted in the way and once gaining the presidency by accident he had to be accepted as a candidate for the full term on penalty of producing a great party ruction In the face of a presidential contest 3 And thats how the radical republi can element gomes to be at the mom ent in the ascendency of the party and the control of the government How long it will be able to bold its position is a question full of national interest and renlete with possibilities in relation to party realignments in tho United States If Mr Roosevelt should provo a thoroughgoing re former of the radical type throughout his full term it is impossible that the liberal masses within the repub lican party will have been at last cut away from the conservative control I IThedfords BlackDraught comes s I systemIany other medicine always ready in any emergency to treat ailments that are frequent in indigestionbilousness stomach aches Thedfords BlackDraught is the standard neverfailing remedy for stomach bowel liver and kidney troubles It is a cure for the domes tic ills which so frequently summon tho doctor It is as good for children as it 13 for grown persons A doso of this medicine every day will soon dyspepsiataken as directed brings quick relief DANVILLE ILL Doc 23 1003 Thodfords BlackDraught has boon our family doctor for ago yours nnd wo want 1 DO otor Whoa any ot us tool badly wo tako a doso and aro all right In twolvo hours bills spent Iota worjustdoctor blllibbut cot along as With UtA n DADElt Ask your dealer for a package of Thedfords BlackDraught and if ho does not keep it BcndUc to The Chatta- noogaModlclneCoChnttanoogaTonn t and a package will bo mailed to you and lleft free either permanently to assume the party mastery with the support of the Bryan democrts or more likely to join the latter in it ro organized democracy which will appeal to the industrial classes of the North and let the solid South shift for itself But all depends on the depth and breadth of Mr Roosevelt s radicalism and that remains to be determined Grave Trouble Foreseen It needs but little foresight to tell that when your stomach and liver are badly affected grave trouble is ahead unless you taKe the proper medicine for your disease OB Mrs John A Young of CliyN Y did She says 11 had neuralgia of the liver and stomach my heart was weakened and I could not eat I was very bad for a long time but in Electrii Bitters i found just what I needed for they quickly relieved and cured mo Best medicine for v eak womtn Sold under guarantee by Short Haynts druggist at GOo a bottle SPOT ON THE SUN Chicago Feb IA spot believed to be one of the largest and best do fined ever observed IIPS teen discov ered by Prof A H Cole a locml astronomer Projected through a small opera glass on a sheet of white paper a disk measuring six ihces in diam eter was disclosed Mathematical calculations proved that the spot on the surface ot the sun was one tenth of its total diameter or over 80000 miles in its widest purtIThe spot is eggshaped and can be easily discerned through a smoked glass It is situated east of the cen tral portion of the sun and today will be almost in the middle of the lumi nary The =spot will be visible for seven days The Sunshine of Spring The Salve that cures without a scar is DeWItts Witch Hazel Salve Cuts Burns Boils Bruises and Piles disap pear before the use of this salve as snow before the sunshine of spring Miss H M Middleton Thebes Ill saysI I was seriously afflicted with a fever sore that was very m painful DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cured me in less than u week Get the gen uine Sold by All Druggists HOCHS ADVICE arlhITohann Hoch of Chicago the bigamist the man who has attracted the attention of the entire country be cause of his experience with the forty four women whom he married swind led and deserted has contided to a detective the following aphorisms and rules evolved from this experience Nine out of every ten wom tn can be won by flattery Never let a woman know her own shortcomingsAlways to a woman to be the anxious one Women like to be told pleasant things about themselves When you make love be ardent and earnestThe averagA man can fool the aver age woman if he will only let ner have her own way at the start TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE IWOMO QUININE Tab lots All drugFlsts refund the money it It falls to cure L w Groves signature Is on I box 23c ORGANIZE AND GAIN How organization benefits farmers HIJenklnRthe Southern Growers association recently issued tho following report in partSince the firbt call was issued for the farmers to organize for the purpos of securing a 25per cent redaction of acreage and fertilizers cotton has advanced 2 CO per bale Upon the basis of 4000000 bale being still in the hands of the producers this means alcain of sfct 0000 000 to the cotton growers of the south If the farmers and business men of the south will stand by the programme agreed upon at the Now Orleans convention ths gain will amount to f10 000 000 on the crop in hang by June 1 and the gain on the next crop will be at least 125000000 DO THEIR PART Country newspapers have many faults make many mistakes and leave many things undone But if you fol low closely you will be struck with the unanimity with which they stand by their respective communities ant their constant loyalty to home enterprises They preach thedootrineof good citizenship and fair play in all things and generally earn much more than they rfet pay forBath County World MEANS SOMETHING Oa account of the inactivity of the tobacco market all merchants and business men are complaining about the falling off in business One of the leading merchant was hoard to say that the sales of his house during January were about 1000 short of Janu ary last year Hancock Clarion F A EVANS DEAD Francis Anson Evans a gifted pot and humorist widely known botn in Kentucky and Indiana diet last week at his home in Tell City At one time he was editor of the Philadelphia Medical Journal A COMPLIMENT To Democrats Heartfelt Thanks And Predictions Expressed By Richard Owen TO DEMOCRATS OF TENTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT It Dome apparent that I received tho majority of thu votes cast in the primary of Jan 2b liJOC 1 take this means of expressing my heartfelt thanks to those who so valiantly fought my battles in this primary We have just cause to feel gratified trom the fact that in Mr Riohnrdson we nnd n forman worthy of our steel a man tnat I and my friends hud voted for and fought with in manypolitiacal battles and never found him wanting either as our candidate or in the battle line With a man like this for our antagonist we have just cause for being proud ot our victory Onr tight way for Hancock county and to tuy mind our cause was go just there could be no other result The feet that each of tho other counties had had representation in the State Senate and Hancock county having never offered a candidate was our claim and the result proves that we were right in our claim for our case was tried before the Democrats of this the Tenth senatorial district a body of men who are toe flower of manhood of this district or thfl State To them will we bow In conclusion let me say that with the help of the good people of the dis trict we intend not only to carry the nomination you have entrusted to me i to a glorious victory in Novembe abut we will elect Democratic officers in both Hancock and Brecaenridge coun ties and do all in our power to have Meade county roll up one of her old time Democratic majorities With heartfelt thank I am- Yours trulyR Owen Always Thin The Green Seal Paints With pure Linseed Oil tor all outside work This paint is of heavy boay and needs thinning It thus becomes more economical for the consumer For Sale by Short Hayne- sCENTER OF STORM Atlanta seems to have been the cen ter of the great sleet storm which fell upon the South last week The condi tions there were perhaps the worst ever known in any southern city Four or five thousand telegraph poles were down 0000 telephones were out of use and street car traflic was com pletely shut off It is predicted that weeks must elapse before normal conditions can bj resumed Afraid of Strong Medicines Many people suffer for years from rheumatic pains and prefer to do so rather than take the strong medicines usually given for rhenniatisin not knowing that quick relief from pain may be had simply by tippling Chamberlains rain Balm and without tak ing any medicine internally For sale by Short Haynes TOBEREADTPIN1915 A Washington dispatch Fays In view ot the lock of public information as to the status of the work of canal digging on the isthmus and as to the ex act amount of work executed so far by the Americans once they took up the tusk the American Minister to Pana ma has afterjconsultatiou witn Chief Engineer Wallace and a close person al inspection of the route of the pro posed canal submitted to the State Department a report upon this subject The most important statement in the report is thisIf the next six months shows a progress correspond ing to that of tthe past six it is the conviction of the best engineers on the isthmus that a sea lovel canal can be constructed in ten years and be ready for large vessels by January 1 1015 THERE WILL BE NO CHAN CE THIS YEAR FOR The idler The leaner The wobbletIThe ignorant The weakling The smatterer The indifferent The unprepared The educated fool The impractical theorist Those who watch the clock The slipshod and the careless The young man who lacks backbone The person who is afraid of ob stacles The man who has no iron in his bloodThe person who tries to save on foundationsThe who slips rotten hours in to his schooling The man who is always running to catch up with his business The man who can do a little of every thing and not much of anything The man who wanta to succeed but who is not willing to pay the price The one who tries to pick only the flowers out of his occupation avoiding the thorne0 S Murdnn in Sac cess Magazine PROOF LACKING Of Truth Of Assertions Made By Tobacco Trust Shows Grow ers Making Best Fight Lack of proof of the truth of various assertions made by the tobacco trust and a luck of assertions on the part of the growers that cant be proved show that the growers are really putting up the bait tight Iin the contest for nigh er prices for tobacco which is the most important question now of vital interestto the citizuns of all the states in the tobacco belt Many assertions of the trust and its buyers are plain bluff to getjjthe farmers to stampede and sell below the prino set by the American Society of Equity Other assertions underneath the surface bluffs also Imve the same want of effect on the growers as there is no definite proof the trust can produce to show that there is any truth in them One claim of the buyers of tiiH trust is that tney have bought large imontnti of tobawo by private contract In cer tain localities tho object being to show tfcat the growers are not keeping pledges made to the American Society of Equity At Owensborofor instance it is claimed by a wellknown tobacco man of that city that 5000000 pounds have been bought there If such large purchases have been made why hasnt some of the tobacco been delivered Thats what every grower who has heard this olulE put up would IIRO to know It IK admitted of course that some tobacco has been sold in nearly every locality but it has beeu one pound where it was three hundred this time last year As in every kind of contest each side gives in to some extent This is just how littlethe grow ers have given in The buyers of the trust have virtually given in much more because they have shown their weakness in not being able to work their bluffs The trust also claims that it Is well stocked with tobacco and can hold out as long as the farmers can The News has learned that in one town in this State it not in others the trust has had agents taking statistics of the amount of manufactured tobacco in the hands of the merchants to ascer tain how long the supply will last This looks like the trust is uneasy enough to want to be sure just how long Iit can hold out The farmer is holding his tobacco for 8 round and he intends to con tinue to hold it till he gets his price The trust is up against a new proposition and one it dont know how to down with its brains and its money The farmer knows he is in the right andia confident of victory Such is the situation today- 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 everywhere It it especially prized by moth ers of small hildien for colds croup and whooping cough ns it always affords quick relief and as it contains no opium or other harmful drug it may be given as confidently to a baby as to an adult For sale by Short Huynes I LEGISLATURE ADJOURNS- State Hcuae Frankfort Ky Feb 10The extra session of the General Assembly convened on January 12 to provide a now site for tne Kentucky Capitol came to a close at 1120 oclock this morning having accom plished tnat pur- poseNotFatal No Matter What Doc tors SayWe Know That Heart Trou ManyCases Cured There are seven main features of heart disease viz 1 Weakness or Debility 2 Rheumatism or Neuralgia 3 Valvular Disorder 4 Dilation 5 Enlargement 6 Fatty Degeneration 7 Dropsy- Documentary evidence will provo thousands of socalled Incurables have been absolutely cured by Dr Miles Now Heart Cure Patients often have no Idea their die ease Is heart trouble but ascribe it to Indigestion Liver Complaint etc Hero are somo of tho symptoms Shortness of breath after exercise Smothering Spoils Pain in Chest left Shoulder and arm Discomfort In Lying on one side Fainting Spells Nervous Cough Swelling of Feet and Ankles Paleness of Face and Lips Palpitation Nightmare Irregular Pulse I havo great faith Jn Dr Miles New Heart Cure and speak of Its merits whenever opportunity presents 1 can now go up and down stairs with ease where three weeks ago 1 could hardly walk one block Ono year laterIn- m still In good health tho Heart Curo did so much for me that I find It a far to greater be 13D YOUNGDotD 6r7North Pino St Natchez Miss Money hack If first bottle falls to benefit mailFREEDr Miles AhtlPaln Pills tho New Scientific Remedy for Pain Also Symp tom Blank for our Specialist to diagnose your case and tell you what is 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Roosevelts Lincoln Birthday address 1 If you havent get it and read it Get in touch with the greatest man in America today OUR advice to both parties is to put up none but good clean sober won mon who are above the jug told the bottle and the use of money in securing votes THK Visit who were not in evidence at Hardinsburg last Monday wore the horse jockeys Hawkins Smith says they will be on hand next Monday in full force BRECKKNRIDGE county fftrmprs are closing up their organization covering every school district in the county and getting in line to take care of themselves and their products VV HERBS our congratulation to Capt J II Rowland the newly ap pointed postmaster of this town May his record in the future bo as good as his past His reappointment gives universal satisfaction THK Smart Set has fairly outdone itself in the March number which marks the beginning of the sixth year of its existence If tho standard of this number is maintained for tho coming twelve monthsf its future success will bo as sure as its past Oct advice to the tobacco growers is to curtail their crop of tobacco reduce it at least 25 per cent from last year A mighty good levelheaded fanner says Dont put out more than two acres to the hand And his suggestion is a good one Gus RICHARDSONS defeat should be a warning to the man who attempts to carry an election with money and the jug The best Demo crats dont want this neither do the best Republicans The candidate who expects to win his nomination or his election by buying votes defeatwithThis is fair warning to aspirants of both parties THK politician were on hand last Monday in full force at the county sent They had their heads together fixing tickets and pre paring to make an onslaught on the good people forvoflicos Nothing definite was given out as to who the candidates would be Thore seems to bo any number of aspirants from both parties who are willing I to saeriiiie themselves on the altar for the sake of their party and tho dear oftileICHARLIE LKJHTTOOT of this town says he would like to hl sheriiiI of Breikenridge county Sovoml parties asked us last Monday what kind of a man he was Everybody in this town knows Charlie Light foot Ho is a home boy born and bred here As a boy Charlie was a little wild like the most of us boys reared in that day and time Charley is older now and has fully repented of his sins of commission tend omission just as all men should do but dont always do ItI takes courage and manhood to see the right and do it And we honor the man who lures to do the right Charlie Lightfoot is all right 116 is sober honest conscientious a Christian a gentleman IlndIt Demo crat He is a Baptist and a deacon in his church und a teacher in tho Sundayschool and a strong advocate of temperance and opposed to saloons just the kind of a man to make a good oflicor and if honored with the high ollice of sherifl ho will do his duty Hero is a ticket wo would like to see named for sheriff Its a little out of regularI order so far as puty is concerned but we can afford to let party got V I to the winds when it comes to filling our county ofliccs Let us name IA j them Charlie Lightfoot of Cloverport Herbert M Beard of Hard ingsburg Sam IL Bassett of Tnion Star and some good man a Dem k j ocrat from the Custer district Could there bo a bettor ticket named 11- f Everybody knows 1Herbert Beard and Sam Bassett They are at i i present deputies under Frank Payne They have made good officers i i collected our taxes and turned the money in Why not name these if men put them under an independent device and elect them Just say to them Stay at home attend to your business use no money or dwhiskey in your own or in the interest of any other candidates and wet the independent voters will see that you get tho offices Wo ought to get the county ofliccs out of politics It would he better for all t citizens Wo would have a better county government laws enforced better schools better roads and better boys Can we get a second to i our nomination for sheriffd dtt 1 j GETS POSTOFFICE AGAIN for postmaster of the local office Capt sent Rowlands renoujinntion is assured ofii President Kooseveltcn Monday I to the Senate for ratification the course now that the president has ap i a nominatIOn of Capt J H Rowland proved of his nomination On Jnnu Nasal OATARRH In nil Us stages Elys Cream Balm cleanses eoothca and heats the diseased membrane It cures catarrh and drives away a cold In the head quickly Crtnm Ilnliu Is placed Into tile nostrils epren over the membrane and Is absorbed Relief Islm mediate and t cure follows It Is not drylngdoc8 not produce sneezing Largo Size 60 cents atDrug- gists or by mall Trial Size 10 cents ELY BKOTHEUS 56 Warren Street New Yo- rlANNOUNCEMENTS FOR COUNTY JCDG- EWE are authorized to announce Henry Moorman as H ciuulliliitu for County Judge of HriekenrldKO county sub- Ject to the action of the Democratic party rOIl REPRESENTATIVE fe are authorized to announce Selby I- 1leCrueken as a candidate for Hcprosen ntlvu from llreckenrldge county subject I to the action of the Democratic party ary 10 1001 Capt Rowland was first appointed to the office He has mad one of the best postmasters Clover port has had and his host of friends are congratulating him on his securin the renopointment Paint with Green Seal and he nuu tiered among the nappy ones For Sall by Short Haynes DIAMOND CUT DIAMOND An Encounter With Tricky Mono CliiiiiRcrN In Chlnn In the great hinterland of China the region that lies south of Slberl and far to the west of Peking there fa iIs mixed population among which thl chief commercial element is the Chinese These Kltuts as they are call ed are continually on the lookout far some opportunity to fleece the ignoran Tartars who stray in front the country Fathers Hue and Gabet Freud priests who in the course of their travels In 1845 had readied Bin Town were from their dress mistaken for Tartar lamas and when the sought to have a silver ingot chan etI to copper cash found the change short The weight showed by the scales wai correct but when the chief clerk tool the swaiipnu or counting frame nut added the mounts the result scemei small This is nn exchange office said the travelers iVe ate the sellers you the buyers You have made your calcula tlons give us pencil and paper and we will make ours- Nothing could be more just You have laid down a fundamental I prlnci pie of the law of commerce replies the Chinese clerk confident of their Iig norance as he gave them the articles A very short calculation sufliccd tc show the Frenchmen that they were tc be cheated of a thousand sapeks Superintendent of the bank they said your swanpan is in error by a thousand sapeks Impossible Do you think that nil of a sudden Ive forgotten how to use my swanpan Let me go over it again lIe Iproceeded with an air of great anxiety to do so and attained his pro vious result I knew I was right he declared passing the frame to a colleague See brother The colleague calculated and attained the same result You see said the principal there is no error How is it that our calcula tion does not agree with what you have writtenIt unimportant to Inquire witS your calculation does not agree with what is written replied the French man suavely This is certain yours is wrong and ours Is right These figures that we have traced upon this paper are very different from your swanpan It is Impossible for theta to be wrong Were all the calculators in the world to work all their lives on this simple operation the result could bo no differ out than to affirm that you are wrong by a thousand snpeks The money changers were extremely embarrassed and began to turn very red when n bystander seeing how awk ward was the situation proposed him self as umpire Ill reckon it up for you he said And his result agreed with that of the henchmen The su perintendent of the bank made a pro found bow Sirs lamas said he your mathe matics are better than mine Oh not at all replied the French men In the polite terms required by Chinese etluiette Your swanpan is ex reliant but who ever heard of one always free from error People like you may well make mistakes once in awhile when poor ignorant folks like us make them tons of thousands of times Our swanpan however Is in fallible being composed of the very figures by which the royal astronomer jf the most high emperor at Peking reckons the times and the pathways of the sun moon and stars Such figures ould not be in error Now however hanks to the pains you have taken ivo have fortunately concurred in ou reckoning And so with malice toward none and the full value of their ingot they eft the shop Youths Companion rue Original Fruit Caimern We are indebted to Pompeii for thereat Industry of canned fruit Years ago when the excavations were just icginnlng a party of Clnclnimtlans ound In what had been the pantry of a house many Jars of preserved figs One was opened and they were found to be fresh and good Investigation bowed that the figs had been put into jars in a heated state an aperture left for the steam to escape and then sealed rlth wax The Lilt was taken mitt the next year fruit canning was in reduced Into the United States tin process being identical with that in ogue ut Ioujjieli twenty centuries ago f1 HARVEST HEAVY Continued from page 1 were conducted Friday afternoon tby Rev P L Kinr the interment belg at the city cemetery DEATH AT GARFIELDI Qariield Ky 1Feb 14 Special DavidAllgood died at hits home near here last Wednesday He was burh at the Bashaw graveyard near Outer OLDER BROTHER DEAD IrvingtouKy Feb 14Speelal1 Dick Dowell son of Dan Dowel died last week at the home of his bn thtr Alonza Dowell where he was taken iil with typhoid fever sever weeks ago His remains were laid iI to rest in the family burying ground iat Freedom church A younger brothi was burled about six weens ago dy- Ing of the flame disease MRS CUMMINGS DEAD Mrs Jane Cummings widow of tbe late Hirrifion Unintmngp died last Thursday at Falls of Rouprh ah an advanced age She was the mother of Mrs Mary DeHaven of this city Several other children besides Mn DeHaven survive DIES AT MARION Irvington Ky Feb 14Special Sandy Hendry and daughter of West Point Miss Ida Gardner of Owensboro John and Jessie Uardne of Union Star were here Thursday to attend the funeral of their faTher Elisha Brent Gardner Mr Gardner died at the old soldier home at Marion Ind of which he was an inmate He was nt one time a resident of Cloverport and also 01 Union Star Besides the relatives mentioned above Wm Gardner of Irv ington ex deputy sbhriff is a son DEATH OF MR BANDY Richard Bandy one of Irvington oldest citizens died Sunday as the result of injuries received in a fall the latter part of last week Whil attempting to make some repairs on the roof ot his residence he fell to the ground The fall renderedhim un conscious and resulted in hiss death Some believe a slip causAd his fal but others think he was paralyzes while inakmc the repairs Mr Bandys death was a shock to manypeople over the connty He war well known as an excellent citizen and a man of sterling worth He was nearly eighty years of age He had been a successful farmer but had beet retired from aotlvn life for sometime He was twice married His secom wife and a number of children by bis first wife survive him The funeral was held Monday at Irv- ingtonI 40TH ANNIVERSARY Following are the names of old jrand Army veterans who met io tht G A R Post Hall at Fordsville or February 11 1005 in regular meet- Ing to celebrate in a thankful way he fortieth anniversary of their discharge from the United States army S F Kissinger W IL Jones C C Brown James Murphy J D Wester field Jas M Cobb R V Wells Joel G Sapp 17th Ky LW Hunt r 2nd Sy J W Debrulei 20th Ky W T Baize 12th Ky Hiram Babbet 12th Ky H C Truman 11th Kv The following ladies were guests ol he old soldiers Mrs Brown Mrs vissmger and Mrs Debruler HORSE SALES Vic Robertson of Hardinsonrg bought six horses at Fordsville last atnrday as follows A A Miller 150 Mack Smith 150 F M Dun CRn 1100 Horace Eskridge 120 j H X Coy 135 Tom Stout 100 He ought a mule from Perry Richard for 80 Green Seal Paint The top notch ofgoodness For Sale by Short K Haynes IRVINGTON Hubert Piggott is enjoying a brief lay at home August Baumer of Louisville WAS in Irvington Sunday Quarterly conference meets at 11 E Burch next Saturday and Sunday The Sunbeam Baud of the Baptist lurch meets with Miss Mary Smith on- Feb 25- Rev Graves returned Monday from aynesville where he has charge of a lurch Mrs Fred Bishoff who has beeu quite sick for some time is much improved in health Mrs Manley Roach and son Obe left Monday for a visit to her father in raysou county Born to the wife of Jesse Scottm a- girl Feb 10 and to wife of Stt ve- Brlnntn boy Feb 10 Mrs Fidelia Galloway sustained ar iirjury by a fall in her own house a few nays ago She iit getting well slowly Miss May Claycomb has returned to her home near Basin Springs after a weeks stay tith Miss Dolly Clnyc mb Mrs Nicolas Netherton of Stephens port came up last week to tee her grandfather Richard Bandy and at tend the funeral Mrs D C Hrou has a pressing in vitntion front her fathers only living relative to come to Washington to visi t her and attend the inauguration Mrs Heron will in all probability accept tile invitationMiss Greenwood one of our chicken fanciers says she has netted flzfi from a flock of eighty Barred Plymouth Rocks and has added to hei yard three fine Cockerls purchased rom one of the best breeders in the State Some chicks hatched from her eggs were shown at the Henderson Fair and won a prize and other flattering testimonial has been received Miss Greenwood takes all manner of care and pains wits her pet hobby and grows the fines Democratic roosters Barred Plymoutl Rocks of course in the State of Ken tuckyLast Friday evening the social slut was entertained by Mr and Mrs Pig gott A large number enjoyed the hos pitality and the Decision was a most pleasant one February 11 being so near at hand the valentine idea was carried out in luncheon decoration and prizes The hostess requested the guests to bring something new the responses to which occasioned much merriment Mr Heron brought an or iginal story full of happy hits which obtained the prize as being the best some thing new presented Miss Marshall introduced a nets occupation for the men Each man was given a piece of patchwork to sewthe girls might sug gest but could not assist Hubert Pig gott who worked under Miss Eva B Herndons suggestion secured the re ward for the best work With the re freshments each guest was presented with a doily on which was written a thought full of humor satire or poetry Mrs Wathen and Miss Marshall assist edin looking after the comfort of the company These occasions are very en joyable full of good fellowship and kindly feeling A MILDER CLIMATE In Arkansas Louisiana Texas Stock ranges ten to twelve months in the year two and three crops grow iu a season Now is the time to look up a location while the land is cheap On February 7th and 21st and Match 7th and 21st Cotton Belt Route will sell round trip homeseekers tickets from St Louis Thebes Cairo and Memphis to points in abov nanicu states at rate of 15 or one fare plus 2 where it makes less than 15 One way colonist tickets February 21st and March 21st at half fare plus 52 Write for map time table and ask about rates to any point LOSCHAEFERTPAC- otton Belt Route Cincinnati 0 Seven sold in past r PATESVILLE Fred is very ill Dr Milner has been on the sick list Ira went to Cincinnati Mon 11avyXf T W went to Hawesville ThmsJay Miss Nellie Fawver has had la grippe 4 and sore throati htheItgrip oa every one Iri The of Allen Jarboe are just J recovering from la grippe Mr and Mrs Ollie Lynch spent the dayat Mrs JabezCorleys- Mr and Mrs William Lynch of Mnttingly were here Saturday Little Violet Young who has been very ill of catarrhal pneumonia is recoveripgA UNEMPLOYED MI O N E V AT HOME IS AT IUSK OF THEFT OIl FlItEISSAFIt- IIEN DEPOSITED IN A SOUND RANK t J I Small Accounts In rWE WOULD HAT HER HAVE FIVE HUNDRED ACCOUNTS OF ONE DOL LAr EACH THAN ONE ACCOUNT OF FIVE HUN DRED DOLLARS SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO COLLECTIONS AND ALL OTHER BUSINESS ENTRUSTED TO US iWILL RECEIVE OUR riAND VERY BEST ATTENTION t WE PAY INTEREST ON TIME DEPOSITS OUR BANKING ARE TIlE REST BANK OF CLOVERPORT ClOIERPORT KY DR P1C DENTIST OFFICE OVER THE FAIR Satisfaction al Prices Professionf I It1 i W A II- t M t DENTIST m + Satisfaction j 1Patronizeij your home dentist 1 Yt iiOffice over Drug Store KY f f r t Are You Going to Build any of the Above g jjjj If so we want you to to us about the lumber you will 1 Js ineedi 1 Our prices are right and we will bo sure to satisfy you v- II JP Will Co LUMBERMENf LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY + b i 11 iirr = I ptNUnlu1MutJiiLtt I NOTICEpersons owing the of M Hamman or M Ham IIAll man tC Son are requested to call and with C W Hamman All persons having claims theg to pre sent same properly proven CHRISTINA HAMMAN Executrix lAM r To Cure a Cold in One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets Mlllion boxes 12 months This Signature Young Yuitug Harmon family Versey slowly vited PROMPT FACILITIES MITCHELL assured Walker Juaranteedd Klnchelocs tHARDINSBURU write estate settle estate c8 r i Cures Crip In Two Days on every box 25c S I Advice to the AgedAge brings infirmities such as sluggish bowels weak kidneys and beads der and TORPID LIVER 1Tolls Pillsha- ve a specific effect on these organsI stimulating the bowels causing them to perform their natural functions a- In youth and- IMPARTING VIGORLlVEITheyarcI I The Breckenridge News riuCC = CC WEDNESDAY February 15 lOOo j v Dr Keene will be here next weekI 1D W Murray returned Wednesday afrom Louisville I i Dr S B Adkisson cane down from Webster Saturday F D Whiteneck returned Saturday to Greenwood Ind Mrs J M Fallnn came up from Hawenville Thursday Mesdames E T Hnynes and G W M Short were in Louisville part of last week Miss Margaret Burn gave a recep tion to the younger set at her home e Friday evening Judge T W Wampler was here part of last week contracting for some machinery for the oil wells at Haw esville I Mrs Mary DeHaven attended the I fnueral of her mother Mrs June 44Cummings at Falls of Rough last weeK U Howard of Fordsville and 1111 11J Mrs Vera Jarboe of Kirk l have been here the past week with r 4 his daughter Mrs Jas Buokby Harry Hambleton who has had a position with the Illinois Central rail road came home last week to visit his- mother Mrs Adelle Hambleton y Mies Pearl Fella of Addison left j Thursday for a visit of several weeks fo her brother Adolph Fella and sls ters Mrs Kate Conrad and Mrs An nit RothrocK at Evansvilleo Attention farmers The time is ap proaching lor fencing your farm If in need of wire of any kind write us We sell it cheaper than wholesale hous es Write H Heck Co Cannelton f Ind The following were hero Friday to attend the funeral ot Mrs Mary Tin ms Mr and Mrs L H Pate and children of Owensboro Misses Mag gie and Rosa Tinins and Fred Tint us of Louisville James Tinius of Phil pot and Mr and Mrs Herbert Tim of Mattingly The following Masons of the local flus1 attended the funeral of Jas E at Fordsville last Friday T 4 L T Held F P Puyne Edward McAfee S H McCracken M J q Behen Dr J T Owen C E Light foot C W Moorman Chas May J gzatives were Miss Laura Hale and Messrs Henry Yeager and Ueo Mul len irfDont forget the old man i with the fish on his back W For nearly thirty years he has been traveling around the x world and is still traveling bringing health and comfort goesTo he brings the strength and flesh he so much needs sicklytstrengthening food JTo thin and pale persons he gives new firm fleshand rich red blood f Children who first saw the oldman with the fish are now 8 grown up and have children w of their own t He stands for Scotts Emul Jj sion of pure cod liver oilad- elightful l I foodand a natural tonic for children for old folks and for all who need flesh and 1r strengthSCOTT J BOWNE Chemists 4O94I5 Pearl Street New York SOc and SlOO all druggists Make your engagements parly with Dr Keene Mrs W J Mattingly is Visiting at Kirk and Hardiastmrg Miss Lena McGary of Kirk was the guest of Miss Flor ce Lewis last week toIding of his sister iliac Ida Starter BEWLEYVILLE Edwin Foote vlsted his parents Sun day Feb I5 E P Hardnway recently made a trip to Louisville Elite Anderson nas n bad case of granulated eyelids Phelps Walker has been visiting his brother in Hardinsburg MIss Gola Brown and Miss Trent have been visting Mrs Horace Snyder Miss Hannah Tucker of Hudson ville is toe guest of Miss May Jor donThis severe cold weather keeps us all at home by the firs Nearly every one has a cold they can lagrlppe This with the whooping cough is another incentive to remain indoors The Missionary Institute at Irving ten Fcb21 and 22 mattes uw change the day of meeting for our WFMS as it appeared in a recent issue of the News All the members are invited to take dinner with Mrs Thos J Jolly Friday Feb 1 and in the afternoon beginning at 2 oclock we will hold th last meettng for the year Let us all pay up and send a full amount to the Con Treasurer and be on Honor Roll Golden Rod THE COLDEST DAY Monday was the coldest day of the season the thermometer registering six degrees below zero early in the morning and zero at noon A thermometer at Tobinsport registered twelve degrees below The most severe cold wave of tne winter swept the country Twenty persons were frozec o death from ex posure In the west the blizzard brought d ath to thousands of cattle and sheep K P SUPPER FEB 22 The local K P lodge will give a supper in Oelzes Hall on February 22 to celebrate the anniversary of Py thianismThe supper will be for members of the lodge and their friends and families The Jack son string band of Hawesville will turnlsh music for the occasion GET INVITATION Marshal DeHaven and Judge Wills have received an invitation to the hanging of Roy Green the negro murderer on February 17 at Owensboro ANOTHER PICNIC Nobe Pate Jiib HOOK and W B Pate will give a big pi Cut on July 4 at the same old grounds near Har dlneburgThe Soul of tile Tailor The soul of the craftsman can express Itself more fully anti clearly in tailoring thus in any other trade If the tailors thoughts are poetic he can Issue pastorals In colors that are charmingly suggestive of hillside or meadow foliage or waving grain lie can make his overcoats speakI of bleak December his dress suits of frolic and festivities his frockl coats of dignity and wealth his cutaways of self con tent and his socks of strenuousness and he can make his waistcoats jingle lio limericks his trousers slug of sun shine or of rain anti mud his spring suits chortle of hope and Joy and his summer suits prattle of lowers If he Is an artist he can make overcoat un dercoat waistcoat or trousers seen a sensuous haze a reverie In color n riot of action or a vigorous portrayal of conflicting emotions In a decimated field of desolation and if lie Is a mu sician he can impart to his sartorial creations an expression that suggests the bleating of a lamb the clashing of cymbals the rattat of a drum the ragtime movement of a cakewalk the wall of despair the shout of triumph the roar of a lion or the bray of au ass Sartorial Art Journal Tile Poison of DlNhoueaty It Is astonishing how mot will play with the poison of dishonesty which Is so Insidious at first which Intoxicates and stimulates one but paralyzes and kills later If every youth were only taught that to be successful a man must be greater than his occupation that his character must not be for sale at any price that he will always be rich so long as he retains It und just In proportion to Its strength and Integrity and weak and unhappy null a failure no matter how much money he may have Just hi proportion to the wreak ness of his character If he only started out with the conviction that only one real failure Is possible and that is the loss of self respect the barter of ones character either for pleasure or for money If tho youth were only taught that he cannot afford to deceive even n little bit lu the quality of goods he is selling or in tho quality of tho service he is giving what a revolution would come to our civilization Success Tool Army Her Opportunity Whats the matter with your wife Oh Ive Just acknowledged that I made a fool of myself In lending Ham mcrsley 25 and shes mad because theres no chance to go on arguing about it Chicago RecordHerald F i t et j rIiI r m TAYLOR KEENE TAYLOR 8i m 1 IIDENTISTS i tt OF OWENSBORO I- kf Will be In Dr Llglitfoots olllce oneii y- JI week out of each month prepared to i I wult on till wishing HighClass Den X- MI tlstry iJ- ft i Will be Here February 20 to 26 01 r ia A NATURE A KIND MOTHER Curious Method liy Wlilrli She Mend Animal IiiJiirl M how many weal nUll timid creatures there are In the world with neither teeth and claws fur their protwtlin armor for their defense nor speed with which to escape their enemies One can hardly understand why they have not all been killed ami eaten up long ago Nature Is however kinder to these poor animals than she seems for if she has left them defenseless against attack she has given them a marvel ous power of recovery from Injuries When a tiny lizard has to scamper for his life In search of a crack In the rock he often hits so close a call that his pursuer snaps off his tall just as he wicks into safety A loss like this would kill most larger animals but not the little lizard He simply waits round quietly until a new tall grows and then Is as well off as before ex cept that the new tall has n flexible rod I of cartilage where the old one had a backboneIf happens to be re tiring to his hole when n robin is out looking for breakfast there Is apt to be a lively tug of war between the eater and the breakfast Not Infre quently the bird gets the tall end of the worth while time other half crawls away into safety Not even a lizard could survive such treatment as this but the earthworm Is In ability to recover from Injuries almost as much superior to time lizard as the lizard is to us He grows a pew half body to re place the one which has been devoured and seems to mind his loss no more than a boy minds having his hair cut There are besides some snaillike water worms which quite undo time earthworm in bearing up against misfortune If one of these chances to lose his entire head In a week or so somme times in only four or five days he grows a new one brain eyes and all and is as well off as ever Even if a hungry fish gets two bites at him so that he loses both head and tall the warm can patch himself out with new members and go about his business as before They have even been known to get divided into two pieces about equal In size and each piece grow a new half body so that there were two entire worms in place of one After this it will easily be guessed that If the head end of the worm hap pens to be split halfway down he will grow two new sides and become Y shaped with two heads or if the tall end is split new sides grow and a two tailed worm Is made Sometimes or two new heads develop close onoII the old one In the angle of time Y deed the little creature seems to have a sort of mania for making new heads and tails wherever lie finds a chance If therefore the worm after receiving several wounds manages to escape with his life from the cuts which hap pen to open forward little tends grow out and from those opening backward little tails no doubt greatly to his em barrassment But what of the cut off heads and tails Do they make new bodies and become whole animals again 1 Xot usually The severed head seems to become confused so that It does not know what to do If it lives It Is most apt to produce another fiend like Itself and change into two mends placed neck to neck so that they look In opposite directions So too the severed tall equally foolish doubles Itself and bt comes two useless tails growing end to endBut i Isnt this really quite Impossi ble A lhead or a tall or even a half body cannot get food If It cannot eat It cannot grow antI that Is all there Is about It Well it is true that n frog meat cannot eat But still it can make the new part out of Its own tissue So the animal keeps getting smaller as it becomes snore nearly complete until when the new part is finished the whole body may be no more than the tenth part of Its proper size The rev constructed animals are therefore forced to begin life over again like young worms In time however they grow up to full size When a head end makes a new head Instead of a tall or n tall makes a new tail Instead of a head the little creatures must necessarily waste away and dleSt Nicholas Sonic Annual OildltlcN In fishes and tadpoles there Is a pcI cullnr lateral line running down each side of the body which probably nets as n kind of ear sensitive to move ments of the water and warning them of enemies at hand Many deep sea fishes have phosphorescent organs on their thanks which emit a dim blue light and resemble eyes In structure Some creatures that have no proper head possess eyes Thus the starfish has a somewhat complicat ed eye at the end of each of Its five arms which appears as a bright red or orange spot Insects of the grasshopper tllbcI which make musical sounds are provided I with ems in their legs or on the sides of their bodies The curious lit tie possum shrimp which swims InII large shoals has a pair of cars in its tail In their early stages our Mayflies have organs of hearing on either side of the aidomon + z 4- j I Wants ji J Y Ii T7 t= J4 Advertisement Inserted under this heud at one cent 11 word per week ifOfSALE PRINTING Presses mind Cutting mar hne one lot of pood Laundry niaclilnes lraollnEtnihuwUAiLTJN StreetLoulsvllleu n H BURR OW or more for S yiart at 1 per cent and ly hack monthly Attend 500startI In business own L 9 I nip etc IMrlSN Wurlds De sirejliirean Clillllcotlie Missouri WANTED TT rllrlllport Ky with full particulars WANTED GOOD CoTTdN lUCJS Want Itciud rot If in railS 3 rents u pound lirerkcnrldKf News UIIt e- DUROCSJERSEY PIGS FOR SALE I am now offering a flirt lot of lionrs and plus of full furrow Those an rood pigs mywherrThoroughbredmy place 8 u head UII n shipping order S10 E P HARDAWAY Bewleyvllle Kentucky HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES One way second class colonist tickets to South anti Southeast first and third Tuesdays each month at reduced rates Homeseekers Excursions to all points to which homeseekers rates apply 27th Annual Convention Y n C A Owensboro Ky Feb 16 1905 For this occasion rate of 160 for the round trip Cloverport to Owensboro and return will be made on Feb 16 17 18 good to return Feb 30 lyQZ Special Occasion MardI iras New Orleans riobile and Pensacola Fla March 27 1905 For the above occasion J rate of one fare plus 25 cents on March 1 to fl 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 r0 cents Special homeseelcers excursions to Southwest Feb 7 and 21 also Match 7 and 21 good to return after 22 days in eluding date of sale Presidential Inauguration Ceremonies Harch 41905 Washington D C For this occasion rate of 1843 for round trip Cloverport to Washington and return will be made on March 121 3 good to return leaving Washington not later than March S On payment of 100 ticket may be extended returning March IS One way colonists rates to California and the Northwest March 1 to May in and Sept 15 to Oct i1t 1905 Special one way colonists rates to the Southwtst Feb21 and March 21 IL II Si L TIME TABLE EAST HOUND Cloverport50fes at LoulsvllIo715A MINo 42 Dully Mall and Express leaves Clo vcrport954 A At stops lit ILII way stations arrives Louisville 1335 Train No 44 Dally fast mall leaves Clo Vlrport 44S p m stops at nil WILY stiitons atLouisvilleuceommodatlon WEST HOUND accommolllltioll100Lesville U00 am xllruNsIcaesHawesvlllc OwenslKiro Henderson and Ev unsvlllu urrlvesSt Iouls 720 p m Train No 43 Mull and Express dally arrives Clovurport 1IIII moo Evunsvllle lOuTO p m Stops at all sttttlons No 45 hilly St Louis fast train leaves Clo vernort 11 06 Ip M1 arrives Evansville 136 A 111 St Louis 740 A M1 stein ut Ilawesvllle Owensboro and Henderson only Chair cars on trains 41 and 44 between Louisville and Evnnsvllle Through Nleeph ours and roelf fling chutr cars on trains 4R and li hetween Loulsvlllu and St Louis Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND Train No 2 Dally except Sunday leaves lordsvllloO30a m arrives Irvington 8 40 n mTrain loavesFordsvlllop m Train No 0 Sunday only Pordsvlllu530 a m Irvington 000 p m WEST HOUND looQSIrlnp m Train No 5 Dally loaves Irvington 035 pm arrives KorUsvlUe 025 p lu SKATING ON RIVER Skating on tho river at this point last Friday and Saturday was tho best in years and was enjoyed by many local skaters Though the river hal been frozen for two weeks skating was not = good because of snow told tho p roughness of tho ice The rain of last Wednesday melted tho snow and it frozen Thursday night making tho surface ico as smooth ias any skater could desire Rev S O Christian returned last week from Lewisport where he assist ed in a revival 111 nAat1iMEETME AT NOLTES I NEVER ITOO LATE AND BE OF IN SIX IT IS BE TO IT W IND n a A AIa in u I ing an equable in the house a sourec of satisfac tion when the frost 1ant the pane und you curious to know how cold it iis outside Wo have just the you want In addition to the there goes with it a color barometer foretells all wo ntho changes from 12 to 24 hours in advance Send us 25 cents and we will send you one by until post paid Or still send us a dollar for a yparsj to the XKWS and wo will send you ono free Wo only have a limited num her of these Send your order at once and get one before they are all gone- J D Editor NEWS KY rn CURE4 CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS Best Couch Syrup Tastes Good Use In time Sold by druggists EL C O N S U M RTION Ed Uethind came down from Louts ville Friday to visit his brother Joe Getland IS IT TO BUY GOOD WARM WINTER CLOTH ING FOR THE PAST THREE WE HAVE BEEN HAVING THE KIND OF THAT MAKES THE DE MAND FOR THIS KIND OF IMPERA TIVE REMEMBER Whit The Groundhog Saw ECONOMICAL ENOUGH TO TAKE ADVANTAGE GOOD CLOTH ING WHICH YOU WILL NEED FOR THAT WEEKSFOUR NOWAND WHICH WILL CHEAP COMPARED WHAT WILL COST YOU NEXT WINTER It Pays Try It J C NOLTE MASONIC TEMPL- ECLOVERPORT BROII KYI kLISTJI thing which better Of The Many good things which makes better than other flours is Bread Rolls Biscuit Cake and Pastry but it doesnt stop there Anything made from flour can be made more with Cadicks Gild Dust Flour A trial sack from your own Grocer dick Milling 111 GRANDVIEW FIELD SEEDS temperature window thermometer subscription BABBAGF WEATHER CLOTHING BARGAINS CADICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR palatable nsefulnessu Ca Co BRECKONRIOGn yr 1 Clover Seed- Orchard Grass Seed TimothyRed Oats Everything IlovestI ell KyIThermomctersI are CLOVERPORT WEEKS Latham Sanitarium Estnblished1898- DINE GROVE HARDIN COUNTY KY n Chronic Distant Treated Successfully CHARGES MODERATE Rational Harmless and Satisfying Methods of Treatment FAMOUS FRUIT LANDS OF THE EAST TEXAS COUNTRY Home of the Elberta peach the straw berry plum pear tomato ami other fruits and vegetables Big kmouey in growing for the northern markets On February 7th nUll 81st March 7th and 21st round trip homesuekers tickets from St Louis Thebts Cairo or Mem phis to Texas points at rate of onat fare plus 2 not exceeding SIt One way colonist ticket at half fare plus 2 on February ait ad Msrch 121st Write fo booklet on Texas fiuit htmls map amid time tlllll- eLOSCHAEFERTPA Cotton Belt Riute Cincinnati 0 AD BROUGHT DOG Prof T P Kinir advertised in tho want column of thin News for a strayed or stolen dug valu ed1 1only because he was chill eI1s pet The dog was twelve miles out in the country hut the ad lo II cited him and Jot him bark 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 50c Enclosed with every bottle is a Ten Cent package of Groves Black Root Over Pills I The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY February 15 1005 1IN MOUNTAINS Miss Tula C Daniel Writes Of Interesting TripGreat Mis sionary Work Done Miss Tuhi C Daniel of Hardms burg conference corresponding seore ttirv of the Womnui Forsign Missionary Society of the M E church South writes th sews ns follows For years past you have so Madly opened your columns to us ind with your permission I will tell you ot uiy trip to iur mountain district Colum bin To begin at the beginning I was invited to ba present und take part in Mrs Shelly s district meeting t Her husband the presiding elder of the district hell his missionary in stitute two days prior to Mrs Shollys at the same church Tnttles Chapel a few miles this side of Monticello In order to be in attendance on tnis meeting it was necessary for me to leave home the evening of the Presi dential election Never having been in Louisville on an occasion of this sort I felt rather timid at going up into the city to buy my ticket so wrote Mr Hnngerlord the general passen ger agent of the road to know if he could send an agent to the train with a ticket for Burnside and who could esconrt me to the Louisville HotelHe kindly did this Agent checked my telescope and carried my chart and satchel to the door for me My train was delayed next morning an hour and a halt so that on reaching Burnside the afternoon stage hall gone It necessitated a night thereI I found a good Methodist hotel and on asking my bill next morning wasI treated to n new sensation We would as soon think of charging preacher as you I had talked to th good old grandmother mother an little ones before retiring on the all important work of the church Little Worker finds its way monthly to little Ruth Lewis the bright little daughter of my kind hostess A cordial invitation to stop with them as I returned and the kindness to the least of these was gratefully accept ed in His Name It was more thana cup of cold water We crossed the Cumberland at Burn Hide on a ferry The scenery is beautiful One could almost fancy himself in a Swisd village thin water of a benuti ful green cottages clinging to the steep mountain sides precipitousI rocks bulging out here nUll there trees beautiful in autumnal shades Our companions in travel in this nine miles of staging over n beautiful pike were a young lawyer and his bride of Monticello enroute home from the St Louis fair who were also with us nt the h otel a young commercial travel er and one or two elderly gentlemen in the seat back of us We came to the third cnurch which was mine and I descended from a nevertobeforgotten stage ride in the Cumberland The scenery was beautiful and 1 trust the contact of these Christian lives for sj the few hours was fruitfull of much goodThe district meeting the institute j rather was in full blast when I entered 1 and although a little breathless from the climb up the hill I was ready to join in the songs welling up 4 from hearts on tire with love to God These young preachers and we old folk needed no organ to lead us There are fine spirits in that same district One young preacher nad come ninety miles on horseback and others of them longlong rides in buggies and 4 on horseback I had left nome Tuesday evening at five but only got to theme i Thursday morning It ten I guess so mine was really the longest trip ofyc t any Rev T L Hulse gave a masterly be talk on China others on Japan in I had a word toay Korea Cuba I Iwnich and Brazil were also taken the day A flue sermon To I ninchIground that and the succeeding day I when we women had onr meeting A sermon at night to a well iilleJ house and a walk to our hostess Mrs Shndoen prepared us for a sound To sleepTheso mountain people are lovelv in To their hospitality and genuif1oreli lon J Mrs Shelly has done a great worn in the four years she has been inthat the J district She has now thirtyfour adult Societies one Golden Links two juveniles and the offerings the past year doubled those of tho preceding There were some fine papers read that I accomplishedII our best men to the churh Rev J S r Keen Rev S K Breeding Rev T i f C Peters and Rev Patterson one of our earliosts missionaries to Mexico who was almost martyred there before J the days when MacDonnll was In speaking of having sent missionary money to him before the organization of our womans work the wife of a preacher sitting by me said Hewas a my IDutI I was more fortunate in making con nection on return finding H large excursion from Hardinsonrg in Louisville which promised to get us home before midnight It failed by ten minutes and more My first excursion and my last I GOVERNMENT GUESSES The Department of Agriculture makes guesses at crops and yieldsanT fn these cuesses price manipulators form their basis of operation The department makes some good guesse3 and some very bad ones It hits con eluded Its guesscs on the 1004 crop of tobacco It gives the total amount produced as being 604fH730 pounds with an average price of y cents 1 mill per pound This is about the extent o tho information tho tobacco planter receives from tho government Tne READ TillS Richmond Ky Feb IU 1001 Dr E W Hull St Loup Mo Dear Sir I have used one bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery for kidney and bladder trouble I weighed 150 pounds when I began using it today I weigh 170 lunwinds an I reflll butter Clan I have in twenty years and I cheerfully rec ommend it to the public Respectfully John A Riddle A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle ot the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kIdney and bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emissions weaK and lame backs rheumatism and all irregularities of the Kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your druggist it will be sent by mall on receipt of 1 One small bottle is two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall solo manufacturer P O Box 029 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggists Receipts 6Februury4th 29thIIIayJunoSnii September 2587441 November W1NGHESTER New Rival Black Powder Shells made good shooting good shooters shoot There is no work when your gun has aH New Rival the chamber for its the kind of shell that can always be depended uponto shoot where the gun New shells surefire give good pattern and pene tration and cost but little than cheap inferior makes ORDER THEM AND TAKE NO OTHER n u n u American Society of Equity proposes to tell the grower of each class ot tobacco just how much ot his class has been produced how it is being mark eted = what eflects high and low pri ces etc UpTo Date Farming Poisons in Food Perhaps you dont realize that man pain poison originate in your food but some day you may feel a twinge of dyspepsia that will convince you Kiings New Life Pills guar anteed to cure sicKness due to poisons of undigested foodor money back 2oc at Short Haynes drug store Try the- nWARMTH IN PAPER During this extremely cold weather it be well the to know that a layer of old newspapers betwten the covers of the bed will produce warmth equal to an comtort or heavy quilt being a nonconductor aids materially in keeping out the cold OAS OJIXABears Kind Have Always Bough thlcLThe of tM A the whoso tho tho uros received on or 25 ures on or Jun 15 before 00 person whoso tho fig on or 20 Mar 10 1IKM tho In tho nearest correct 00 guesses below of tho lust In during tho last 1001 2503311 54 7S II April 25th 2235074 C8 lard 1783083 13 23 4fi5ai33 1710090 CO August troth 01 84 31st 50 28th 21 I are and in is are more Dr are all for extra T You and Feb und 500000 you 0 Tin Corelewi Apple cureless apple has nt ar rived the 1 In color is real dotted with It l 1 seeds the iced orange In that a makes its at the navel i ud win be obliterated By culture It Is that by there be of theno trees in the the world Too First say about the value of mine hotdI lugs Second worth bit of It First PromoterYo to Incorporate Second I would It costs 2 to Incorporate in state PIttsburg Post iitiirnl I say r have just from my would you believe I the In the world to to accept a little money why pray he a lot SlialcoNpenrc Ill have niy pound of flesh Go ahead old man says to reduo my Town Topics m Positively yourLast Chance DontJ Miss Your Last OpportunitytI Dont Hesitate Act at Once UNDER A RECENT RULING THE POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT THIS WIL THE LAST CHANCE YOU WILL EVER HAVE PARTICIPATING IN ANY FURTHER CASH GUESSING CONTESTS m 35000 IS ON OF THAT WILL BE AT D C ON OF WHICH IN Contest will positively close on March 22nJ 1005 which is days before March 27th upon which days ou are to The official figures will be known on the next day or six days after the contest closes and will no long time will occur for the result HERE IS LIST OF THE parson guess containing exact 00ToIs after December IDOl rand 500000ToIs received utter 00To5000 tIll guess containing exact uros Is revolved lifter before person sending guess 5000 To assist In making wo glvb tho Treasury for Monday each month your Your Monday January 25th 51D707110 March 2071085 July nth 1891075 Sflth 2270000 2l5J5Ii Monday for them guess held Rival might public Paper The last says Chicago Tribune It yellow without mill resembles loss slightly hardens substance But this estimated lOOn will SfiOOOOO bearing fruit orchards lxIHnNhc Promoter You 000000 is your Promoter Theyre every ought Promoter but this come landlords and It greatest dilliculty get him Nonsense And Because wanted IIorlNcil Shylock Antonio The doctor Ive got weight it OF BE OF OR Ii IN 500 CASH PRIZES GIVEN AWAY SIX PRIZES OF 500000 EACH THIS CONTEST THE AMOUNT MONEY PAID INTO THE TREASURY DEPARTMENT WASHINGTON THE DAY MARCH 1905 IS THE LAST MONDAY THE MONTH five receipts estimate prizes awarded immediately and waiting PRIZES Feboyour IIOctobor appearance had 27TH To the person sending In the second nearest correct guess 200000 To the person sending In tho third nearest correct guess 700 00 To the person sending Ini the fourth nearest correct guess 300 00 To tho person sending In tho fifth nearest correct guess 100 00 To tho person sending In tho sixth nearest correct ITU OSS 50 00 To the not six 25 each 15000 To tho next seventeen 10 each 17000 To tho next sixtysix f5 each 330 00 To tho next tour hundred g3 each 1200 00 500 PRIZES 35000 00 In case of u tie for any of tho Special or First Six Prizes such prlzo will bo equally divided between contestants Subscription Blank THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS Cloverport Ky Inclosed find b to apply on Subscription Account Nameu Postoffi co State You are entitled to ono guess for every dollar paid on SubscrIption- My Guesses ot tho U S Treasury receipts for March 27th 1005 arc TIlE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY J G Sons Berlin tH DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law KVu1W1Il practlco his profession In all of of Ureckenrlupo and adjoining co tics Special attention given to toJpractice In United States mstrlet Courts Ofllco over Hank of Uurdlnsburg I Chintz RoyaltyT Practical Surveyor also Notary Public Ican survey your Lands i write your Deeds and take the acknowledgement at your home This saves you trouble and cost Your Patronage Solicited Address me at Hardinsburg Ky Cloverport Planing Mill GREGORY CO Prop LUMBERDOORS DOORSSASH SASHBLINDS I DOOR AND WINDOW SCREENS SHINGLES LATHSLIME BRICKI CONVINCING FIGURES G F Lancaster of Hancock coun ty writing to the Hancock Ularion t show the enormous profit made by th trust in dollarsLbut we do desire that all have a profit and that to be equitably distributed frcra start to finish But however we think some figures along this line would do no harm at this juncture mansiU pounds paying all expen es 300 Ibs at 8 cents 000 50o rer hundred for stemming 150 30 Ibs sugar in its rude state at So OOo Other ingred lients licorice spices eta 110 Putting into plug casing etc 300 To the jobber for selling 1000 Total except tax 2750 2 Now 3y off for stems and Ibs to which add the 30 Ibs saga and we have 230 lbs Now the tax al 60 per lb ou 230 Ibs is 1380 plus the 27 GOt ifl 4130 total cost Now 230 pounds of plug at 40 cents is 02 from which tile 4130 and we have 5070 clear profit on 300 Ibs or a profit of 17c per pound What do you mink of that brother farmeriDont you think the manufacturer could put up with 12c per pound clear profit if you can produce it for 8 cents Come fellow farmers let ns stand by our gun- sHAVE NEW STEAMER Bowling Green is the name of a handsome new steamer of the Evans ville Bowling Green Packet company This company was organized by Capt R T Williams and his sons who are well remembered as operating steamers touching this port severalj years ago Capt Williams has retired from active service but still holds hIsri interests his sons managing the busi ness The now have four steamers Bowling Green Chaperone Park City and Crescent City CASTORIAI Por Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought tBears = Signature of C J All New and Leading Varieties of StrawberryPlants ALSO Peach Apple and Pear Trees J SEND Ion FREE CATALOGUE Harrison Hd SouriI i StomacHNo appetite loss of strength nervauF ness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour risings and catarrh of the stomach are all due to Indigestion Koel1l cures Indigestion This new discovery repr tents the natural juices of digestion as ther exist in a healthy stomach combined wit the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dyspepsa Cure does pot only cure Indigestion and dyspepsa but this famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening and strengthening tho mucous membranes lining the stomachII uynII r Kodol cured me and w ere now uilni It In aIIfor babylj l Ask for the 1905 Kodo Almanac and 200 Year Calendar SPECIAL RATES Via Illinois Central R R f New Orleans and Returntt I6thi 1 I California and The Northwest J15thJ Mississippi Louisiana Etc Homeseekers round trip less than half fare One way colonist February 21st March 7th aud 21st- o Indian Territory Oklahoma Are Kansas Texas Etc Homeseekers round trip February 21st March 7th and 21st One way colonist February 21st nnd March 21st HOT SPRINGS ARK t 11to11 Excursion cars through to Los Angeles and EveryTuesday Ii Omaha and tho Scenic Kouto every Wednes day from Chlcaor0Full Particulars concerning all of tho IllinoisraddressingtD P A Louisville LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE PACKET COI- NCOnPOIUTED s Fast Mail and Passenger Line between Louisville and Evans r ville f SteamersC r t iif Leave Louisville Monday Wednesday Friday and Saturday 4 p m Leave Evausville Monday 10 a m Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 6 p m Through freight rates and passenger il tickets to Cincinnati Freight ship meats delivered quicker than by i PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville 175 175Cloverport j Splendid accommodations for stock General Office 154150I58 4th st Louisville Ky C Vr WILLIAMS G F and PrA rrI GEOH WILSON Supt For biliousness headache dyspepsia take DrThachers Liver and Blood Syrup i 1 r r I iJ he Breckenridge News P 1 WEDNESDAY February 15 1003 R GUS SHAKES J KJ4 ShowJJ To Mr Owen And Incidentally 1 F Mentions The News Senator Gus W Richardson had the following statement published last C week in several esteemed contempor- arIes of the News 1 t TOTHE DEMOCRATS OF 10TH SENATORIAL DISTRICTtL Tim primary is over and I have j persulldedjf l been done to secure the nomination l of my opponent but after a thorough and careful examination of every charge that was or had been made I found nothing but sowe irregularities which are common in elections The greatest trouble I found was tbe dis appointment in not getting votes that were promised and pledged to me in tactPi great influence brought to bear on the Democrats of Hancock that It was her time to have the Senator I No man ever had any more loyal Fji friends or garnet fighters than Iliad and I am proud of them and their M worK I point with pride to the vote t ot my county Uod bless her 1 This is ofcomfortI enough for me For once I etcan shake hands with the Brecken 11 1ridge News in its support 4 of Mr tlit t Owen but it is a Icng time crow now Is i iuntil the November election and theret Isno telling what may strike the J orThe between now and then I will 01 the party hss been exit I pressed and J accept it They nave said that Dick Owen should be our I hatIjis off to him And I am ready to obey t his ordere If in the heat of debate or till canvass I have said or done anything i Ie l to hurt the feelings of Mr Owen or i nny of his friends I wish to make ICpologies now and ask pardon God knows I have no ill will towards Mr Bwen or any of his friends I stand Beady and willing at any time and t himtr l nress my Heartfelt thanks for their i tal support and I want to ank it as personal favor of them that they1 ive Mr Owen their undivided sup to y port If I am satisfied with the results s you oaght to be Let every Democrat 4i get in line and let us malte one grand charge against our common enemy ty ty and we will not only elect Dick Owen t but also the Democratic county tickets I from top to bottom in both the count l ies of Breckenridge and Hancock ill A Tnere is no trouble about the county 4tticket in Mende i l Youi obedient servant is Gus W Richardson Ir HAS STOOD filE TEST 25 YEARS 1 ChillTonicry I ion and quinine In a tasteless form No eurou no pay We ay t tCAPT RILEY DEAD a HIrh1sg0isI p on the Illinois Centril road diedat his home in this city tonight after a grippetowas on the Illinois Central branch k between Horse Branch and Owensboro nil foreight years He leaves a widow and ry three children I fes y f illnlrappy Women I olsboNo woman can be happy whon her canrlo female weakness Inflammation ulcera tlon or any disease of the delicate wom = andy organs Nervous sleepless fretful notEl have found a perfect and permanent cure for their diseased condition in tho use of PrescriptionWomen perfectlydoest llness t There Is no alcohol In Favorlto Pro i scription neither does It contain opium tr Ii cocaine nor any other harmful drug It temJrely vegetable and It will agree with most delicate constitution Sf Dont bo hypnotized or over persuaded Into accepting a substitute p ils medicine has a record thats worth w r priceSickto es i consult Dr Pierce either personally or by letter absolutely without charge or fee thus avoiding tho unpleasant ques OUwnoxious local treatments considered nec m essary by many local practitioners All prlutegelt ip t fear and without fee to Dr R V Pierce 003 Main Street Buffalo N uby t tinyta antibilious curs e XXV granules reg uc10Lltvor7Ni I Stomach attended by foul 75tt breath One or two for 7 laxative threo or four for V l cathartic f f This great family Doctor1l t oftr tstampstt 1 V or In fine cloth binding 31 i stamps Address Dr R V 7 Pierce 003 Main Street Buffalo N Y sla Lip WOMEN WHO CHAR HEALTH IS THE FIRST ESSENTIAL It Helps Womon to Win and Holdl Mens Admiration Respect and Love ptnverinspire to There is a beauty in health which isI regularity A A Mrs ChasFBrownJTo be a successful wife to retain the love and admiration of her husband should be a womans constant study At the first indication of illhealth painful or irregular menstruation headache or backache secure Lydia E Pinkliams Vegetable Compound and begin its use Mrs Chas F Brown VicePresident Mothers Club 21 Cedar Terrace Hot Springs Ark writes Dear Mrs Plnkhnm S For nlno years I dragged through a miserable existence sUffering with Inuammatlon and falling of the womb and worn out with Pin and weariness I ono daynoticed IIstato moilt by a woman suiloringaa I was but who had been cured by Lydia B Pinkhains Vegetable Compound and I determined to try It At the end of three months I was n different woman Every one remarked about It and my husband fell In love with me all over again Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound built up my entire system cured tho womb trouble and I felt like a now woman overysufferinlfwolnanstrong Women who are troubled with pain ful or irregular menstruation back ache bloating or flatulence Jeucor rhea falling inflammation or ulcera tion of the uterus ovarian troubles that bearingdown feeling dizzi ness faintness indigestion or nervous prostration may be restored to perfect health and strength by taking Lydia E Piukhams Vegetable Compound IN MISSISSIPPI The Commonwealth has secured th services of Hun W S Sterett of Kentucky who will in the future b- on the staff of the paper as associate editor He comes from a family of celebrated newspaper men being a son ot the late Jeff Sterettof Hawesville Ky H newspaper man of recognized genius and wide reputation He is also a nephew of Col Bill Sterett the famous Washington corre spondeut and has himself been on the staff of the Louisville and other dallied He has been mayor of his native town Hawes ville Ky belongs to one of the first families ol Blue Grass State is a young man of fine character and splendid ability and has come to Greenwod to mane this city his home We feel that the paper Is in safe hands under his charge and any courtesies shown him will be greatly appreciated by him no less than bv the owner of the paper Greenwood Mipa Commonwealth Stop Snoring Open up the nose and head by using Paracamph A positive cure for ca tarrh of the head miLd nose Discharge from the ears can be cured qUIcKly by using this wonderful uiedicipe FAVORS 8 ROUND The tobacco trust has had a special representative to make an investiga tion of the tobacco held by Goering Union A S ot E with the view of purchasing at three 8s and we are told the agent made to the trust a favorable report recommending it as a desirable purchase What the nit mate determination of the trust will be in the matter has not been announced Hancock Clario- nCAPITOL SITE CHOSEN Frankfort Ky Feb SThe Wells House Bill fixing the Hunt place on the south side ot the Kentucky river aR the site for the new Capitol as amended by the Senate leaving optional with the State Capitol Com mission the purchase of a block of ground additional was adopted by the lower house of the General Assembly at 1150 oclock this morn lug Sixtythree members voted for the bill and fourteen against it The bill was enrolled signed by the presiding officers of the tonooses and will go to the Governor tit morrow for his approval This it wilt immediately receive TWO NEW STATES After a long setting tbe United States Senate last week passed the House Joint Statehood bill to amended forth As pHBsed the bIll provides for the admission of tho states of Oklaho ma to bo composed of Oklahoma and Indian territory and New Mexico no cotding to present boundaries with Arizona eltwiullted The House passed the bill April 10 las- tTHIRTEEN TO HANG The Owensboro Messenger says that thirteen men in Kentucky are awaiting execution Kive are from Louisville REPUBLICANM Candidate W R Gray Announces For State SenatorDemocrats Express A Wish t IMeaCle County Messenger Wallace R Gray Saturday wad announcement of his candidacy for the Republican nomination for btate Senator in this the Tenth beimtoriul DistrictMr Gray was principal of the Brandenburg Normal last year land IR- a young man of signal ability He is dignified in bearing possessed ot nod mpllshed manners and a singularly pure and upright character He has friends all over the district and will undoubtedly make as strong a race for the nomination as he would a capable official if elected Want Hou etoHouse Canvass To the candidates for the various offices in Meade county Ky to be voted for on March 4 10U5 The question has been suggested to the County Committee as to whether they thought it best for the candi dates to make appointments for speaking over the county and utter making iuqmries tue following re solution was adopted Resolved That it is the request and wish of this Committee that to the best interest of the Democratic party that the candidates wake a houseto house canvass and not puke any re gular appointments for speaking over the county Geo H Casperke Chairman S R Frymire Secretary Meade County Democratic Committee That Tickling In the Throat One minute after taking One Min ute Cough Cure that tickling in the throat is gone It acts in the throat not the stomach Harmless good for children A L Spoiford postmaster at Chester Mich says Our little girl was unconscious from strangula tion during a sudden and terrible at tack of croup Three doses of One MInute Cough Cure half an lour apart speedily cured her I cannot tooemuch for what irhns done in our Soldeby All Druggists RARE SPORT PROMISED Collins the famous Cannelton ball pitcher has decided not to accept a position at 100 a month with tho Evansville team and will remain with the Cannelton nine the coming season as will also Gatton the deaf mute who did the catching last year Some rare sport is promised again when Brecken ridge county teams go up against the Cannelton Ponies with their wellnigh invincible battery It will ba well for the buys in Breckenridge to begin practice worK early and keep at it and then they will nave a better chance at winning than they had last year What Are They Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets A new remedy for stomach troubles bilousness and constipation and a good one Price 25 cents For sale by Short Haynes A GENUINE LOSS The Hancock Clarion reports that Richard Sapp of Duke was moving last week to Seven Hills a suburb of Owensboro where be will work at the carpenters trade Mr Sappsjleaving Duke is a genuine loss to that com munity Mr Sapp is known not only in Hancock but in Breckenridge county as being both a good citizen und farmer and an enthusiastic organizer of the American Society of Equity Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind discourages and lessens ambition beauty vigor by In fifty one You may have a and cheerfulness soon disappear when the kid neys are out of order or diseasedKidney trouble has become so prevalent that It Is uncommon a child to be afflicted weak kid neys If the child urin ates too often If the urine scalds the flesh or If when the child reaches an age when It should be able to control the passage It Is yet afflicted with bedwetting depend upon It the cause of the difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment of these Important organs This unpleasant trouble Is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as supposeWomen men are made mis erable with kidney and bladder trouble remedyTheSwampRoot Is soon realized It Is sold druggists cent and dollar sizes sample bottle by mall not for born a with swpuootIngthousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cUred In writing Dr Kilmer k Co BInghamton N Y be sure and nentlon this paper Dont make any mistake but remember the SwamJnliooton every bottle IN THE TOILS J T Greenwell Of Brandenburg v Arrested For Selling Brandy Without Paying Tax Louisville Ky Feb 8Thomas ofethe Brandenburg distillery of Meade j county was arrested at the custom house yesterday chargedwith defraud ing the United States out of taxes on brandy distilled by him He was re leased on bond- Greeowell admits having disposed ol 000 gallons of brandy without paying the government tax but the gov erntuent officers are satisfied that he has sold more thus 2000 gallons The methods used to atfraud the government as admitted by him were to carry away from the distillery in jugs brandy which had never been taxed dna disposed of it not only in Meade county but at many other points throughout tthe state He aho tllxedlbrandythem with untaxed brandy Oreenwe1 exonerates his partner C M Smith Local option exists in Meade county causing a demand for moonshine liquor Federal officers who have been working on the case ascertained that more than jUOOO btisinls of ap pIes had been usal by ttreenwell in his brandy distillery since last August This coupled with the fact that little of the liquor was taxed uy the Gov eminent indicates that thousands of gallons of illicit brandy touud a ready market throughout Moade coun ty and the State Distillery Seized Louisville Ky Feb 0 A Federal ofllcer went to Brandenburg yesterday where he snizad the plant otthe Bran denburg Distillery Company Thomas J UreenweUa onethird wner In the concern having been arrested tbe day before on the charge of defrauding the United States Go vernuient out of taxes on brandy Deserved Popularity To cure Constipation und Liver troub les by gently moving the bowels and acting as a tonic to the liver take Little Early Risers These Famous Little Pills are mild pleasant andII harmlessbut effective and sure universal use forman j strong guarantee of their pupullrltyI and usefulness Sold by All Druggists SERMONS INTERESTING Rev Christian who is assisting Bro Sills inat protramtedme3ctng litII the Baptist church is drawing crowds His sermons nee very inter esting Lewisport Cor 2 HancouK Clarion TO MT WASHINGTON The BllptlttArgus says that nvW B Rutledze formerly pastor rt- he llaptistohuich cityhas been called to MttWashington Ky 1Ix O R11iBears theThe Kind You Have Always Bougl Signature ol HenryWattersons WattersonsLetters Europe Will Be A Leading Feature of Th- eCourierJournal During 1905 THERE WILL BE MANY OTHER ATTRACTIVE DEPARTMENTS ALL GOING TO MAKE A COMPLETE NEWSPAPER Mall Rates Daily CourierJournal I year 6 Dally and Sunday 1 year8W- eekly J 1 yenrlCOUlUE- RJOURNAL t co rPANYII LOUISVILLE KYrt By a Special Arrangement you can get thett BRECKENRIDGE NEWStt and thett WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL- both 1 one 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with the joint resolution fixing the time for counting the vote f r President I I and Vice President tile Senate to day prri e oed by its officers and President Pro Tun Frye Ijroceeded to the hull of the House of Hepreseota ttives for the nnrpose of tiding the House in that duty Senator Fairbanks wno was to be declared elected Vice President did not accompany the Senate to the House Time Senate arrived at the House shortly nfter 1 oclock sail President Pro Tem Frye who is presidmc overtime joint session announced the method of procedure Senator Bur one ol the teller announced the vote of Alibuiia for Alton B Parker which cans id laughing The announcement of the vote for the Demcoratio uounneis caused slight applause as did the announcement of the first State for the Republican nom ineesAt he conclusion of the count the tellers reported thin Knosevelt and Fairbanks had received 5580 votes and Parker and Davis 110 votes SI100 In Cash You need it every day Yon also need Piirncamph if you suffer from Rheumatism Neuralgia Sore Feet or Sore muscles Paracamph opens the pores induces sweating and by pene- tratIng to the sweat of the ailment draws out all Never Soreness and In flammation Try a bottle today 1 New J I l i j u PAY ORDERS IWONTInd Feb 8 Daniel Sohank of Rome Perry county ac companied by hIt attorney Sam K Conner of Troy ppearAd before the town board today in the interest of the Kockport town orders which he holds for collection These were issued by the town board about ten years ago but are shown by the records of a fe Sv years ago to have been redeemed Members of the hoard of that year are of the opinion that they were marked redeemed by mistake aim that they should be paid The present trustees have decided1 to stand by the records and refuse to pay except by order ot court Sohank will file suit in the circuit court to com pel his claims payment The orders and interest amount to 2000 Agonizing Buns are instantly relieved and perfectly healed by Buoklens Arnica Salve C RivenbarK Jr ot Norfolk Va writes I burnt my knee dreadfully that it blistered all over Bucklens Arnica Salve stopped the pain and healed it without a scar Also heals all wonndM and sires 2 5o at Short Haynes druggists INAPPELLATEJOURT FranKfort Ky Feb 4smart Co vs Breckenridge BanK Breukcn rjdge county in court of appeals parties tiled briefs q 4 ri c ir The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY February 15 1905 BIG SPRING Dowell S Knsey have their gristmill t running Miss Thornsbury of Paynepville was a visitor of Mies Stella Craycroft t I last weeK James Thomas Blind of Brandenburg candidate tor assessor was here Thursday Miss Leah Meador was given a sur prise party Friday evening that belug her thirteenth bithday Rev Russell returned Tuesday from Greensbnrg where he had been assist ing the Rev Eogard Gabriel Meador of Elizabethtowu came Friday and remained a few days with his brother John Meador 1 Big Spring is to have a new tele phone line from here to Vin Grove without any boxts tetween points George the twoyearold child of Daniel Wilson died of brain fewer and was buried here at the Methodist church last Friday- M H Williams of Elizabfithtown the agent for Lemer gasoline engine who was here auJ installed theone for Dowell Kasey returned home Thurs layS P Woolfolk of Brandenburg who has announced himself for county Judge of Meade was here Friday and dines with his niece Mrs W H Strother MwJnhn Hinks nrrived from Louis ville Thursday to visit her parents Mr and Mrs W H Doran They will reside on a farm this summer in Stiths Valley HMeynr while in the city purchas ing goods the that of the month was compelled to take his bed on account of piles and had to be removed to Nortons Infirmay where he was Opt erated uponHis wife is at his bedside Startling But True People thb world over were horrified on le rnng of the burning of a Jhicago theater in which nearly six hundred people lost their lives yet more than five times this number or over 8000 people died from pneumonia in Chicago durng the same year with scarcely H passing notice Every one of these case of pneumonia resulted from H cold and could nave been pre vented by the timely use of Chnrnbe Iains Cough Remedy A great many J who had evey reason to fear pneumon 1 in have warded t off by the prompt use of this remedv Tne following is an instance of this sort Too much unnnot be said in favor of Chamberlains Cotgh Remedy and especially to for voids and influenza I Know that it cured my laughter Laura of a severe It oold and J believe saved lien life when she was threatened with pneu mania W D Wilcox Logan New York Sold by Short fc Hayn- esWEBSTER all of Dr IIr11 J I lend rick iis quite sick Slisis Elizabeth Onmdoll is quite j ill of pneumonia Tbero is regret licreut tho death it of Mr Hitbard Bandy of Jrvinpr ton lies Cora Leo Anderson of Glutton iis visiting Mis Nannie Lyddmi Mix IIII 0 Keys and Mrs S P iis Parks arc recovering from an at tick ofla grippe 1 Tho grand jury hits plenty of work in sight if it will only upon iits eyes to the fact Wash Hall and family of Wcsi iis Point are visiting his paronU Mr i and Mr William Hull The zero weather kept a great 1 ninny of this community front at j tending the first day of court M5 VIii Hiiidorun and A I Ayers Take cold easily Throat tender Lungs weak Any relatives have consumption Then a cough means a great CherryPectoral IIdealdoctors advice and take Ayers Cherry Pectoral It heals strengthens prevents to For lI yearn I have lIelelllloll Oil Ayer 1knowltI 1 Miw P A luftilNSON Saline itch- fileSArjtled 10 AVEPrO All 1 mrro- ntuaotaWeak MISS otrllIlJohlfor Lungs Pills Increase the activity of 1tho1II I 1 q CUTIGURA SOAP tThe Worlds Greatestt Skin Soap The Worlds Sweetest Toilet Soap Sale Greater than the Worlds Product of Other Skin Soaps Sold Wherever Civilization Has Penetrated Millions of the worlds best people use Cuticura Soap assisted by Cuti cura Ointment the great skin cure for preserving purifying and beautifying the skin for cleansing the scalpof crusts scales and dandruff and the stopping of falling hair for softening whitening and soothing red roughand sore hands for baby rashes itchings and chafings for annoying irritations or too free or offensive perspiration for ulcerative weaknesses and many sanative anti septic purposes which readily suggest themselves to women especially mothers as well as for all the pur poses of the toilet bath and nursery Cuticura Soap combines delicate emollient properties derived from Cuticura the great skin cure with the purest of cleansing ingredients and the most refreshing of flower odours No other medicated soap ever compounded is to be compared with it for preserving purifying and beautifying the skin scalp lair and hands No other foreign or domestic toilet soap however expensive is to be compared with it for all the pur of the toilet bath and nursery Thins it combines iu one soap at one price the most effective skin and complexion soap and the purest and sweetest toilet bath and nursery soapII Sold throughout the world Cntkura ItnoUfnt We j 001OlnlnnCharterhouai I Are Potter Drug a thfin i ri Suit lr roo or ScuU lor Flow ttu Cure I very Humour Kendall visited Miss Bernice Shacklctt at Garrett last week 1ns Poynterof BloomfioldMo left for his home Monday morn 1t- ing after a pleasant visit to vela tives and friends His mother Mrs Betsy Poyntor went home with him for a visit Ghe Your Stomach a Rest Your food must be properly digested and assimilated to ho of any value you If your stomach is weak or diseased tare Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat aud glues the stomach a rest mauling it to recuper ate take on new life and grow strong again Kodol cures sour stomach gas bloating heart palpitation nnd digestive disorders 1L A SopelI Little Rock Ky writes us We feel that Kodol Dyspapsii Oure deser I ves all thQ commend lion that van be given it HS it saved the life of ourII little girl when she was three years old She is now six and we have leapt for her constantly but of course ShAt only takes it now when anything disa grees with herSold by All Drug giss GARFIELD Mr and Mrs Ed Lyon baby very sickI Dan SpIudlin of Irvington wasb hero last weekI on business Dr 11 Yealol was here Vednesdny cnroutc to Louisville Henry Basham is very sick He suffering from a stroke of par ilysis Miss Nannie Board is visiting her sister Mrs Kobcrt Weather ford at IIlnrnod- IX B Denton of Chambers is visiting his daughter Mrs Philip Snider this WCC tII Miss Minnie Pool iis with her cwisiivMrs Stove Davis who is very low with consumption A A Richardson and Shelby Triplet have been in Louisville the past week selling their tobacco Horace Clinglesmith of C liliat was Here lust week and leftIl lot of good greens with our merch ants Mr and Mrs 1 B Richardson 1 attended the funeral of her grand 1 mother Mrs Elizabeth Seaton I at Bethel last week- RECENT SALES The Farmers Homo ourlllllll ports tho recent sales of Brock cnridgc tobacco at Loiisvillc I hhdsTlight hhds dark at Ss to S350 Kentucky House Eighteen hhds leaf lugs and trash 13 to 350 + Wild Mcoilcc A bundle of licorice root slim rem b sticks of tobacco brown troop lay JI the counter antI the sailor took one ujp and began to chew Its end I have seen the pluto where thIs yutlt Cant say I do replied the drug gist It Is along the banks sold the sailI ortiof the Tigris and the Euphrates The licorice Is a wild plant In tiltt parts It stands three feet high 111111 its roots reach the water For mile nnd miles the licorice patches spread amid the smell of them tills the air 1I- is 11t a sweet heavy smell In those parts they cut the llcorlct plants regularly mid they use the poor crooked Imperfect sticks for firewood The good clear straight sticks they bundle upjust like this handle hreand ship to England and America Some of the sticks go to druggistsl to be sold cheap or given away but most of them nearly all of them go to till snuff nnd tobacco manufacturers Whatt for Why to be used in udultcr I menu In flavoring tobacco nnd snuff Baltimore Ilornld Tilt AVariiliiR In it Sneeze As n general timing sneezing is natures warning to get warmer in some way or other mill quickly Is the gis of nn article by Dr W It Conant In Modern MedicalScience The question of temperature and1 ventilation he says Is one of the most difficult winter problems So much depends upon circumstances nnd1 individual Idiosyncrasy that it is hard1 to lay down any definite rules An indoor temperature which Is suitable fo a vigorous person or one In active mo tint Is dangerous for one who Is dell Cato or sitting and doing head work ex elusively As a general rule it may be said that n temperature that fnlls much be low 70 degrees at four feet from the floor is dangerous for sedentary work ers amid nny one who continues sitting when he feels chilled does so nt time risk of his life A Visit Prom the Unyleyn Time servant at Xo 1 told time servant nt No 2 that her master expected his old friends the llnyloys to pay n visit and No 2 told No 3 that No 1 expect ed to have the llnyleysI In the hous every day and No 3 told No 1 that It was nil up with No 1 and that they couldnt keepI the bailiffs out where upon XO1 told No fi that the officers were after No 1 and that it was as much as he could do to prevent him self from being taken In execution anti hat It was nearly killing his poor dour wife anti so it wont on increasing and Increasing until it got to No 33 that the detective pollee had taken up the sentlemaii who lived at No 1 for kill ing his poor dour wife with arsenic and thut It was confidently hoped nnd expected that he would be executed ns the facts of the case were very clear I ngnlnst him London Mail IN UI UItl Grier The Fulton Knn Cnzctte reports that a mhilxUT of that town was woo ed by the grief of n huslmiul whose wife wits to be burled nnd sought to commiserate him In the followlLK mina ner MyI brother II know that this is n great grief that leas overtaken you nnil though you nre compelled to mourn the loss of this our who tins your tour panion nil partner In life I woiiH con sole you with the assurance that timers Is smother who sympathize with you nail seeks to embrace you In the arms of unfiilllm love To this the bereav ed man replied by asking ns he gazed through tears Into the ministers face Whats 1 hr unmoV Hannas Ltistro Finish In a variety of beautiful colors It is truly wonderful wbat the ladies are accomplishing with this Finish It mnks nu old floor look like new Old furniture and wood work ht to life See samples at Short Haynes MRS MCADAMS DEAD Mrs Sarah MeAdams died last Sunday morning from an attackl of lagrippc She was the oldest citizen of Mawesvillo being a little more than eightyseven years old at the time of her death Ilawes ville Plaindcaler Mrs McAdnm was the gland mother of Mrs JJ M Fallon and an aunt of Mrs A elJ Gross o Holt WITH THE MONON Frank White went to Louisville last week to take a position with the Mo non railroad He is with the freight department Bad Blood Is responsible for most o the diseases and ailments of the human systen It se riously affects every organ and function causes catarrh dyspepsia rheumatism weak tired languid feelings and worse troubles Take HoodsSarsapariUa which purifies and enriches the blood as nothing else can For testimonials of remarkable cures send for Book on the Blood No3 C I Hood Cot Lowell Mass r = LOCAL BRIEFS I Allen Pierce fell while skating on the river last weeK and sustained a painful out near the left eye A local tobacconist returning from a recent trip to Louisville reported that nothing is doing on the breaks in that cityfTwo large hOgs v driven nere for shipment became verheated and then died from the cold last week Lee E Crane and A L Fort of Louisville will meet the latter part of the weeK wltb local directors of the Cloverport Water Light and Ice Company for the election of officers Arti cles incorporating the company have been tiled with the Secretary of State A larger cigar and toilet water stand line been installed in the City Barber shop to take the place of their former one 1t tLast Wednesday T F Sawyer and Wood Weatherholt by ratting away the ice moved their gasoline bouts out ot Clover croak and tied them up on the west bank at the mouth of time creek They wooed the boats to avoid damage in case of a sudden rise and breaking ot the ice gorger The Snndavschool of the Meth dist church istdaking plans to purchase a piano tor the use of the Sunday school room The organ will be sold 4 In his sermon Sunday morning Rev King showed the importance of the owing revival at the MEchurch being a success The first sermon by Rev Newsom who will conduct the reviv al will be delivered next Sunday morning Rev Christian preached at the Baptist church Sunday after an ab Leweisport where he assisted in a meet ing The condition of Mrs Maria Dun cun who fell on the sleet and broke ber arm on February 5l is much bet ter than was expected at first Manynegroes are out of employment because of no work at the tobacco factories but conditions do not seem to cause as financial strain on them as the farmers J The Green Seal Paints Stand thinning with pure Linseed J Oil and are therefore more economi cal than other paints Read directions t on every package For Sate by Short t Haynes HCQUADY Mr Ode Pate tilled his regular apt pointment at Hardinsburg bunday Miss Frankie Coomp of Kirk spenJJ Friday and Saturlay here the guest of her cousin Miss Nellie Cruse Mies Nannie Payne otIHardinsburg spent several day here lust week the guest of Miss s Evelyn and Mildred I PottsMrs Skillman after spending sever al weeks with Mrs James Weathers at Kirk has returnee to her daugh ters Mrs Frank Lyons Misses Evelyn and Mildred Potts entertained at flinch last Tuesday ev ening the following oeiug present Misses Jessie and Myrtle Bland Mr Forest LyonsDr J A Sand bach Willie Ball ard Warren Percell That House Of Yours Will feel more comfortaole during the cold season in a warm noit 01 Green Seal Paint For Sale uy Short HaynestONE BOAT LESS The Louisville Evansville Packet company will operate two boats the Toll City find the Morn befi resumed on tho Ohio Though the service will be decreased by one boat tie Tarascon the rutes will be decreased also Ills Paltli Cnftlmken One tiny the chodja prayed aloud that God would send him n thousand pins ters A full thousand I could notItake less said he In concluding prayer A rich man who had heard the chodjn praying thought he would lilacedfway The chodja found the bag and counted the money but ns he was turning to carry It home the tempter stepped from behind n wall and cried Yesterday in your prayer you said you could not take less thorn a thousand plasters and I wished to show you your inconsistency Leave that money It Is mIner Oh no said the chodjn This money God sent me in answer to my prayer amid I shall tar It house trusting that he who sent me 000 plasters will some time surely Nlihll me time one ontHUndliix plaster Tlun Is no Inconsistency but plenty of ftS In trier And he walked away vex satisfied carrying tae bus Gold Words = r1 SAPPY AND HEALTHY S A Beautiful Canadian Girl Saved From Catarrh of the Lungs by Peruiia 0 J L MISS FLORENCE KEXAII j Miss Florence 13 Kcnah 431 Maria street Ottawa Ont writes A few months ago 1 caught a severe cold which settled on my lungs and remained there so persistently that I became alarmed 1 took medicine without benefit until my digestive organs became upset and my head and back began to ache severely and frequently a I was advised to try Peruna and although 1 had little faith I felt so sick that 1 was ready to try anything It brought me blessed relief at once and I felt that 1 had the right medicine at last Within three weeks 1 was completely restored and have enjoyed perfect h ls aceResitrI now have the greatest faith in Peruna F E KENAff should beware of contract WOMEN Tho cold wind and rain slush and mud of winter aro asps dally conducive to catarrhal derange ments Few women escape Upon time first symptoms of catching cold roruna should be taken It forti fies tho system against colds and ca tarrhTho following letter gives one young womans experience with Peruna Miss Rose Gcrblng is a popular society woman of Crown Point Ind and she writes tho following U Recently I took a long drlvo In tho country and being too thinly clad I caught a bad cold which settled on my lungs and which I could not seem shako off I had heard a great deal toII Peruna for colds and catarrh and GARRETT I JM TI ndell was in Big Spring Fnri ay- Fonshefl were guests of Miss Nellie Board Thursday night Fred Fonnhee and Joseph Uhf went to Brandenburg Saturday Ed Bucklerof Marion county was here Friday buying mules T B Thornshury of Brandenburg spent Sunday with Franis Ritnhie Wade SbacKlett of Wolf Creek spent Thursday night wth J GShack lett Bob French has moved from tins town to Ekron Sam Keys also has moved to Eliron Miss Ada Henderson and Adie Ken dall of Webster were guests of Miss Bermce Shacklett last week Miss Lizzie Harrington was a guest i ot Mr and Mrs Joseph Smith of i Ekron several das of last week Misses Kate Smith of UuBton and Lena Allen and Messis Adie Ken dall of Webster Fred and Ernest A Tight Chest Caused trom heavy colds often leads to Pneumonia Pnracamph will re lieve this condition instantly When applied it stimulates the condition and draws out all inflammation You dont tAke it rub it on Dont delay Get a bottle and use it today G G Wine who travels for the Maccabees arrived Friday for a visit to relatives II bought a bottlo to try I am pleased L that I did for it brought speedy relief It only took about two bottles and I considered this money well spent 11 You have a firm friend In me and I not only advise its use to my friends but have purchased several bottles to give to those without tho moans to buy and have noticed without exception that it has brought about a speedy cure where over it has been usedlIlss Rose GerbingIf do not derive prompt and satisfactory results from tho uso of Peruna write at onco to Dr Hartman giving a full statement of your caso and ho will bo pleased to glvo you his valuable advice gratis tAddress Dr Hartman President of Tho Hartman Sajiltariutn Columbus 0 Mrs Fred Hawkins of near Har dinsburg has been visiting her par Ients Mr and Ms Nat Tucker AA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAA A q = 3 Jewelryq 5 Musical Instruments C- q E t 5 Watches a = q fromjE q It to bo or wo Rive your money buck tWo burn cheap stuff and good stuff CS but wo toll you wlmt you are gutting uand our word Is us good us our hondo watchesIibusiness on our reputation for Jourhonesty and fair denting When you h q want u plceu of Jowolry u watch or u P- q musical Instrument think of us vour homo Jewelers Como In and talk time q mutter over with us boforo you send away toldeiilors who huvo no Interest In you further than to soil you some 4 thing at n good profit anti something E 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