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TIlE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS IALLTHE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXIX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 22 1905 8 Pages NO32 II PROCEEDINGS OF CIRCUIT COURT Harclmsburg Ky Feb 1Spec- tai By consent the CRuse of Jno DSbawcasnier of the Farmers Bank vs tne L H St L Ry Co was continued until the next tirni of thin courtOn j theJLodge A O U W trio same wasI t continued on account of the absence of material witnesses Payne Co bled an answer and cross petition setting up a purchase money hen on a tract of land sought to be sold in 1 the cafe of Janus E Chapins admr vn David L John son A judgment was entered to sell the land tar the dents The jury in the action of W W Liter vs W B Mann returned a ver diet for the plaiutiil in the sum of 1075 ThA case will probably be taken to the Court of Appeals The cash of Susan Pullen against Courtnnv Pullen for divorce was dis missed on motion of the plaintiff On motion of the defendant the case of E F McAfee eto vs Malin da Murphy was dismissed the same Ihaving been settled by the parties Hattie Keeoh was granted a di vorce from her nusbanu Philip Keech I I On motion of the plaintiff the case of the Superior Drill Co against R W Baloh etc was dismissed with out prejudice The defendants tiled their answer in the notion of Mariih Goodmans admr vs Thomas Duncan etc and the case was referred to the master commissioner to report claims The case ot Mary Barnes etc vs Jesse A Matthews was dismissed the matters in controversy having been set tied by the parties Herbert M Beard special receiver in the ase of Ruyan Bros va Ken McClellan filer a report of sale which was confirmed Laura Wright was granted a divorce from Thomas Wright She was also awarded the cusOdy and control ofI j their child Grace Wright The action of R B Tuttle vs R M Jolly etc was continued on ac Count or the illness of one of the de fendantsThe of B F Beard IS Co vs Arthti Goodman was continued until the next term of court at the plaintiffs cost The actions of W F Gilltland and Minnie Gilliland against the Louis villa and Evansville Mail Line Co were continued tor the plaintiffs and THE PRIZE WINNERS The prize winners in the pnsidential vote contest have been announced by the Press Publishing Association of Detroit The total popular vote cast for the office of president at the elec tion on Nov 8 1001 was 135208UI No subscriber to the News won a prize but each can tell by his certifi cate now far he missal the correct number The first prize 10 COO WitS won by W HB Williams ColnuibuH O estimate 13G20biJl second prize 5000 devlded betw en E Allen Cambridge Neb and H B Hogg I Parkersbnrg W Va estimate 13 020833 Of the twelve other big prizes Williams got tne sixth special prize of 500 All n the fifth special prize of 500 and Hoggthe eighth special prize of X500 for early estimates Nineteen J i small prizes out of 480 were won by i Ni ty whOEe guess was 13025550 J JAFAIR WARNINGIhanging of Roy Green on lastI Lt Friday morning at Owensboro attracted l general attention in Western Kentucky Green murdered James Coomes at Owensboro on JnlyJJl 1104 the crime being one of the most atrocious in the history of the State Just before the trap was sprung J 1 l i Green said to those who witnessed the 5hanging Good people I want to say that 1 did this awful crime and I have repented of it I hope this will be n warning to all boys Mind whutI your mothers tell you and leave whis ky out Dont do as I have done for I have done wrong this far i AFTER STANDARD OIL v Elizabethtown Ky Feb 17Coui monvoiiliira Alorney Layman has filed ten suits in the March term of Circuit i Court against the Standard Oil Company for peddling oil in the county without a license A penalty of 1000 is demand ed in each case I OASrror X t a BeuitleTLa Kind You R Iwars Bought atELtkUU 1 I ii i t W at their cost In the case of Winnie Hall vs Flora Macv for damages for defamation of character on motion of the defendant it was continued at her cost The report ot sate of H M Beard special receiver in the Clark cases was confirmed It shows 1085 in hid hands for distribution among the cred itors The commissioners report of division of land in the case of Alsie Whit worth etc va Silas D Mniy etc was confirmed no exceptions hav tug been filed thereto The petit jury for this term consists ot the following gentlemen Win A Down N B Robertson Isnuo Pile Jr Charles Lyons Ed Goodman Taylor Dowell Kirby Blain lion Lay J B Herndon J V St Clap J F Biddle James King Arch Weather ford H S Brumtield Wm A Kasev Ben Butler h B Burbee J H Bandy Wm HendrICk Elihu Meador John Rhodes and Thomas Walls In the seven suits of the Commonwealth vs the Standard Oil Co to recover 1000 in each case as a non alty for the alleged peddling of oil without license the defendant tiled a demurrer in every case The court sustained the demurrer in one case and it will be appealed by Mr LayI man to the court of appeals as n test case The other actions against the Standard Oil Co were continued One of the most important cases on the docKet for this term of court was a petition filed by the executors of Fred Walter deceased asking for n con struction of his will Mr Walter left an estate valued nt 50000 and the largest devise is to Mrs Charles May and liar Children D W Fairleigh of Louisville and V G Babbnge of Cloverport represent Mrs May TheI case was continued until the May termTwenty indictments wore returned adjournodISaturdayCourt will likely adjourn Wednes dayKirby Blaine was excused IroCI further service as petit juror on Sat urdayIn the prosecution against Arthur Smith colored for detaining a woman I against her will the jury found him to be guilty nnd fixed his punish ment at two years in the penitentinry I The court afterward set tne verdict aside and granted the defendant a new trial J C JONES A SUSPECT J C Jones claiming to be from 1ord vl lie was arrested by Detectives Daly Walker Iud McCorKhill in Crntcher Stnrks store at 7 oclock last night on the complaint of member of the firm to the effect that he bAd attempted to pass a check for sfliJ which they believed worthless He was chaiged with suspected felony until his wise can be investigated Members of the firm of T P Taylor I Co Third avenue and Jefferson street reported that they had unshed n check for lift HJIUO amount for Jones which had been returned Tile check had been cashed a week after one of n similar denomination found to DO good had been paid Jones save he will be vindicated by an investi gation Sundays ConnerJournal SERGIUS ASSASSINATED Grand Duke Seigius uncle to the Czar of Russia was assassinated in Moscow last Friday An anarchist threw a bomb underneath his carriage 1 aud the head of the Grand Duke WHS I blown from his holly by the explosion Since the assassination of Sergiuu who opposed nil reforms in favor ot the people the situation in Russia h has become more critical because the anarchistic element I instead ol the strikers are making the demonstra tions OFFICERS ELECTED The directors of the Cloverport Water Light Ice company met at the Bank of Clove rport Saturday afternoon and elected officers as follows II WeatherII holt president A L Fort vlcepresi III dent nil general manager L Otlze secretary ucltrensurer- COuctRctor J M Lewis will begirt work on the ice factory to be operated by the company about the first of next mouth The facto willt built near the Henderson Route shops CARD OF THANKS We wish to extend to our friends and neighbors our sincere thanks for their many Rots of kindness and sympathy during the illness and since the death of cur son Mrsand Mrs W H Brickey HOW THE GROWERS OF THE WEED ARE FIGHTING BUYERS The most important development in the dark tobacco situation in the State during the past week and one ot interest tp every farmer IP the action taken by the tobacco growers of Daviess county for the benefit of themselves nod the growers of sur rounding counties Tnis action was taken at a meeting of 450 farmers of Davies county at Owensboro Saturday when it was decided that the much proposed warehouse system would be the firm foundation on which they would handle their own tobacco pro duct and endeavor to secure better prices This plan will be put into operation this morning when Ttirpin JSs Wood backed by Louisville capital lets will open their factory at Owens horo make tho necessary advance of 4l a hundred pounds on tobacco and prepare tho weed for the market Tho warehouses opened by Turpin IS Wood will not be restricted to the n e of members of the American Society ol Equity nor to the tobacco growers of bit viess county The meeting was the largest and most enthusiastic ever held in Da viess county thirtythree local unions of the A S of E being represented Things were done in a business man ner that should encourage all faruiers and put their faith n the American Society of Equity to the point whera it cant fail to stick TO BE PROBED DEEPLY Clarksllle Tonn Fell 18 The Hon A E Gardner who was appointed special a torney by the President to investigate the alleged tobacco com bine In the dark tobacco district has returned from Washington where lie was called to confer with United States Attorney General Moody He believes that the officials will go to the very bottom in the investigation of the operations of the alleged trust WILL PRIZE AND HOLD CROP Henderson Ky Feb 18Between 700 and 800 farmers met here today to take action on tho tobacco question It was decided to prize aril held the tobacco The committee appointed to receive and handle the tobacco is com posed of Senator J T Wilson E A Tones and E R Green all experien cad tobacco men and former dealers They will begin prizing at once An obligation was taken ty the members of the organization to curtail the production of tobacco at least one half Nc advance is to be made to the formers WHAT TRUST DONT LIKE There are no now developments in the tobacco situation in Brecleiridge county The hundreds of growers in the county are holding their tobacco for three eights with the determination to get that trice just aa they were three months ago They are organizing more tthoroughly and extensively tthan ever before and they are more conti dent than ever that victor will ne their reward in the enli They a re not only realizing how great their strength is becoming througn ccoperationbut thy are realizing taut the trust is very much aware of their growing power They believe it Is not so much n matter of a few cents wore tnat Keeps tne trust trout paying them eigLt cents round for their tot acco that outs but the idea that in so doing it would virtually acknowledge the MI perior power of the farmers in tine fight And this of course snakes the fight all the morn interesting A Tight Chest Caused tram heavy colds often leads tJ Pneumonia Paracauiph will re lieve this condition instantly When applied it stimulates the condition und draws out all inilunmation You lout take it rub it on Dont delay Get a bottle and use it today NOTICE Notice is hereby given that there has been established and is now existing in the city of Cloverport BrecKenridge corporlutirmerport Water Light Ice Company and that process may bo had on said corporation in any suit that may be brought within the state of Kentucky by service of time same on Marion Weatherholt its president or in the event of his necessary absence from Breckenridge county then upon A LIFort vice preldentIDone at Cloverport Ky this 18th day of Feb 1005 R L Oelze Seaty Cloverport Water Light Ice Co THREE DEATHS RESULT OF THE- IRYINGTON FIRE The dwelling house of Frank Miles colored was burned at Irvington last Wednesday and as a result three ofI Miles children are dead Miles is in a precarious condition and his wife and otherchtldren are more or less seri ously burned The dwelling caught on tire when the family were asleep Two childrtu were burned in thtir beds one died Monday of its burns and the other occupants of the house were badly burned before they escaped from the fire Miles received injuries in jumping train a window in the upper story of the lions thi a futile attempt to save time two children who were burnedMiles dwelling was a trame affair of a story and n halt About 5 oclock Wednesday morning he built a tire on the first floor in a stove the pipe of which ran up through the ceiling and through time room above to the roof Miles returned to bed and went to rfleep The stove became too hot and the redho stove pipe set fire to a straw bed on the floor ot the room on which two children were nsleep The interi r of the house was enveloped in flames when the family awoke Milej rushed upstairs to save tne members of his family who slept in that part ot the house He found that they were past his help and he sprang out of a window to savo hireelf The other members of his family escaped through the doors and windows of the house but one of them succumbed Monday to burns received The children wno were cremated in their sleep were found alter the fire burned to a crisp with their arms interlocired TO CURE A COLD IN ONE Del Take LAXATIVE ItKOMoI otIMXE Tab IttlIsonboxBAD BLAZE AVERTED The dwelling of Geo Adams prin cipal of the colored school in the East Eua narrowly escaped destruction by lire Friday afternoon While time family was away the house tfirefrom buruinir soot which fell on a pile of papers nod the flames had gained considerable headwa y when discover ed by neighbors and extinguished be fore much loss resulted A hard wind WAS blowing at the time and it was fortunate that the lames were confined to the inside If Adams dwelling Had been burned there IK little doubt that several other buildings would have been destroyed also because of their nearness and tne high mina BODY FOUND IN WELL Iorclsville IKy Feb lThe re mains of an unknown maim were found III mi old well i ti time Put vis place near Pordsville this morning Evidently the body had been in the well for sonic time KS it is in nit advanced state of de composition Pieces of the lit sli min re removed by menus of a hook The body leas not yet been removed from the we 1 There is no clue as to time identity of the deid matt or how he met his death What Are The Chamberlains Stomach aud Liver Tablets A new remedy for stomach troubles bilousness and constipation and a good one Price 25 cents For sale by Short Hayne- sTHOUSANDS CONVERTED Decision day Infat Sunday resulted in time profession of religion by 3000 persons in Louisville New Albany and Jeffeivouville That was tLe number taken into the various church Sun day after the week of relall tic work Taken with tile 1000 who are estimated to have been saved during the preceding weK of the campaign it wakes a total of 400- 0PAINFULLY HURT Bun Carter was painfully hurt Mon day warning wails at wonr at the Henderson Route shops The lever of a jack screw accidentally slipped and truck him in the face knocking loose several teeth and inflicting a bud cut on the cheek Mr Carter loll work and went to the ufllce of Dr LIghtfoot who dressed the wound If Mr Carter had been sturck on the temple the blow would have been suffi clent to cause death WEDS BANK CASHIER- Miss ton Dean daughter of JnoJJ H Dean of this city was uJdrrl edonJJ February 12 to Melvin Black cashier of Pierce City Bank nt Pierce City Mo Rev C T Daniel was in Hawes I ville Saturday ROYAL- Baking Powder Saves Health The use of Royal Baking Powder is essential to the healthfulness of the family foodYeast ferments the food Alum baking powders are injurious Royal Baking Powder saves health ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK DEATH CONTINUES RICH HARVEST SAD BEREAVEMENT After the press hour of the News ou Tuesday of last wCtk Minnie Buckby the twoyearold twin daughter of Mrs Olive Buckby died of paralysis of the stomach and bowels after a lingering illness The remains were taken to Hordsville Wednesday for interment Besides relatives Miss Lula Owen and Miss Laurn Hale were among these who attendedthe funeral This bereavement of Mrs Buckhy iin doubly sail because of the recent death of her husband James K Buckhy MISS MCDONALD DEAD Ness Dora McDonald who was horn and reared nt McDaniils lieu lust Friday in Louisville of appondiottis The funeral was held Sunday the in terment being at Cave Hill cemetery Miss McDonald leaves the following brothers Ed Henderson Fred and Tom Preston Ernest Louisville Jewett New York and one sister Mrs Frank Mattingly of Louisville MRS JANE BOARD DEAD Garfield Ky Feb 1Special Mis Jane Board died Sunday morn tug of pneumonia at her home near here The interment was at the faml ily graveyard near Horned A daugh ter Mrs Matt Priest survives ILL ONLY 20 HOURS Forrest the infant son of Mr and Mrs Darnell Dowdeu dIEd Thursday REVIVAL IS ON As Evangelist J T Newsom of Murfretsboro Tenn did not arrive here Sunday to begin the revival at the M b church South because of an extension at his stay at Elkton nt the request of Rev Brandon whom he assisted in n meeting Rev King preached Sunday morning anti evening and also Monday evening Rev Newsom arrived yesterday from ElK ton to take clmrgj of the meeting Services will be held dwily at 2i11 oclock in lime afternoon and at 7 oclock in the evening Extra good music has been prepared for the revival Rev Newsom will lent the choir There ie much interest iu the revival and it is expected that tho attendance will be large and the re sults satisfactory ALL FAKE REPORTS- A report was idely circulated here Saturday afternoon that twenty boys had been drowned that day while skat tug on the Ohio at Rockport Time re port way given much credence until evening when it developed that iit was purely a fake Last Wednesday it was reported that Jim Burn had been killed at the Henderson Route strops by a cur falling on him when nothing whatever of the kind had occurred It is not known who coined the takes NOW AT NAVY YARD Lewis W Ditto formerly or Har dinsburg is now located at NorfolK Navy inrd Portsmouth Va as the result uf n government appointment through civil service Mr Ditto was fomerly located at Lexington where he attended school Mr Ditto IS a solfmndo young man and has risen to the position he now holds solely by his own efforts ANOTHER PICNIC Nobe Pate Jube Hook null W B Pate will give n big picnic on July 4 nt the same old grounds neat Hardins lUgJJ night at 815 oclock ot pneumonia after an illness of twenty hours The funeral was conducted from the resl dente at 2 oclocK Friday afternoon the interment Doing nt the city ceme tery Mrs Elizabeth WittuiHr Misses Cecilia and iam Wittmer and Philip Wittmer of Cnnneltou nnd Miss lone Dowden of Brandenburg were here to attend the funeral MRS SPRINGATE DEAD frvin ton Ky Feb 21Spealal Mrs John Springiito died last Wed nesday after a lingering illness She leaves a husband and several sons and daughters Her remains were intered- in the family burying ground near Garfield Thursday morning DIES OF PNEUMONIA A young child of Mr and Mrs Hi ram Moormau died Monday night of pneumonia The tunernl was held yes terdav afternoon the interment being at the Burdett burying grcund DEATH AT CUSTER Garfield Ky Feb LSpecial Regret is felt here nt the death of Hub Oliver of Ouster on February 14 INFANT DIES The infant daughter of Mr nod Mrs Alf Taylor of Ouster lied lust Friday It was born February 1 n nuuh MINISTER A SPEAKER Old Coon of Haulins schoolhouse writes as follows The local union of the American Society of Kquity met here Thursday evening Fob 16 with a large attendance There was much business transacted Five new members were taken in hid then the audience was addressed by Rev BovvUlb who mule a neat speech ou curtailing the acreage 01 tobacc- oHANCOCK MEETING HnwesvileKyFeb20 The county meeting of the tobacco growers held here on S iturday last was the lar t8tII e in the history of the A S of E move ment in Hancock county John EMin mitt county cliai rumc presided and Ah Brnner was secretary There were several short addresses and much enthusiasm It was unanimously re solved to hold tobacco for the Lynch bur prices No other definite action was taken UNDER QUARANTINE Tarfork Ky Feb 2lSpecial Marion Jaeksonof tins place has small pox Dr Glusscock of Irvtugtou came down on Tar creek Thursday and en forced the necessary precautionary measures Every suspected family is under quarantine 0 SHIP HEREFORD CALVES litN and Tom Lfdilnu of Irving ton have shipped four Hereford calves to AlabaiiiH to be inoculated and go into n sale of Herefords They had five calves under one year old in a southern sale last year that made an average of 10- 0CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our friends and neighbors for acts of kindness and sym pathy extended at our recent bereave meat Mr and Mrs Darnell Dowdon W T Tilford went to Beaver Dam last Wednesday to r p L I Translated From the French by 15he SimpleI LifeCopyright I1901 By Maryi Louise HendeeCharles WagnerMcClure Phillips Co IZ I n CHAliKR c THE WOULD AHO TI1K UFK OF THE HOME the Unit of till set n111 empire 1 I one of our ploasanlwt subsplofoc IIXtares of the provinces a little way from some liuths frequented by the emperor there wits i innror n very worthy uiiin and Intelligent too whoset hood was suddenly turned by the thought that Ids sovereign might one day descend upon his homo Up to lltls time he had lived In the house of hi fathers n son respectful of the slight est family traditions But when once the all absorbing Idea of receiving th emperor had taken possession of his brain lie became another roan In this new Unlit what hud before seemed suf llclent for Ids needs even enjoyable all this simplicity that his ancestors had loved appeared poor ugly ridicu lous Out of the question to askI an em peror to climb this wooden staircase sit In these old armchairs walk over such superannuated carpets So the mayor culled architect and masons pickaxes attacked walls anti demolish ed partitions and a drawing room was made out of nil proportion to the rest of the house In size and splendor He and his family retired Into close quar ters whiit1 people and furniture In Idinmoilol1 ouch other generally Then having emptied his purse mid upset his hUlseuold by this stroke of genius hI iwnlted the royal guestt1 Alias he soon 4iIW tHIP end of the empire arrive but 10 emporor never The flly of tills pour moan IIs not so nro A 11 and as he are sill tho+p who siKrriCfo their home life to the de mnuda of the world And time danger 111 such a sacrifice is most menacing In times of unrest Our contemporaries are constantly exposed to it and con stantly succumbing How ninny fa nil 1ly treasures have they literally thrown nwny to satisfy worldly ambltlons and conventions but the happiness upon which they thought to conic through these Impious Immolations always eludes Ithem To giveI up the ancestral hearth to let the family traditions fall Into des uetude to abandon the simple tonnes tic customs for whatever return Is to nuke a tools bargain and such Is the place In sicety of family life that If this IH Impoverished the trouble Is felt throughout the whole social organism To enjoy a normal development tills organism leis need of well tried Indi vidualsl tacit having his own volume Ida RIGHT KIND OF FARMER There is a farmer over in MissouriI who is a mighty staunch friend of tne local paper At 1a recent farmers in- stItute he read r paper in the course of which be took occasion to remark As a rule the fanner knows noi firmer friend than the couutryrpress The home paper is distinctly the far mers own paper supported directly or indirectly by the farmers who com pose the backbone of the printerst subscription lint andlargely for whatt the enterprising merchant advertises Now brothers let us not forget oa friends Let us see that our ant scrip tious are paid before time first of Janu ary and a year iu advance if we canI afford it The man or the paper thatl tights my battles shall have ny sup port Again the merchants who ad vertise are the ones who make itpos pible for us to stet a good local paper and tile men or firms who are too penurious to advertise and help sup port the local press have no right tto the farmers patronage Fraud Exposed A few counterfeiters have lately been making anti trying to sell imi tations of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds and other medicines thereby defrauding the public This is to warn von to beware of such people who seek to profit throngn stealing the reputa tion of remedies which have been suc cessfully curing duaase for over 31 years A sure protection to you IB our name on the wrapper Look to it on all Dr Kings or Bucklens remedie as all others are mere imi tations H K Uucklen S Co Chicago III and Windsor Canad- aFARMING I Let us never forget that the cultii vation of the earth is the most import ant labor of man Man may be civi lized in some degree without great withlittleneighbors But without the cultiva Non of the earth he is in all countries i savage Until he gives up tha cliHSB and fixes marls It in someplace and seeks a living from the earth he is a roaming barbarian When tillage begins other arts follow The farmers Itherefore are the founders of civilization Daniel We- lsterCASTORIA nor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the 7JSignature G b own hall mark Otherwise society becomes a lock and sometimes a Hock without a shepherd But whence doesI orlgiutlltynunique something which joined toI the distinctive qualities of others con stitutes the wealth and strength of a community lie can draw It only from his own family Destroy the as scmblngu of memories and practices whence emanates for each home an drysstrength of public spirit It concerns the country that each respectedecommunicating to Its members an In effaceablel moral Imprint But before pursuing the subject further let us rid ourselves of n misunderstanding Fam ily feeling like all beautiful things has Its caricature which Is fancily egoism Some families are like barred and bolt ed citadels their members organized for the exploitation of the whole world Everything that does not directly con cern them Is Indifferent to them They live like colonists I had almost said Intruders In the society around them Their particularism Is pushed to stioi nn excess that they make enemies of the whole human race In their small way they resemble those powerful soII lotles formed from time to through the ages which possess them selves of universalI I rule and for which 110 one outside their own community counts This is the spirit that has sometimes made the family seem a rev treat of egoism which It was needs 1 sary to destroy for the public safety But as patriotism and Jingoism are as far apart as the east from the west so are family fooling mind clannlshness Hero we are talking of right family feeling and nothing else In the world ran take Its place for In It Me In germ all tthose title and simple virtues which assure the strength timid duration of social Institutions And the very base of family fooling Is respect for the past for time hest possessions of a family are Its common memories An intangible Indivisible and Inalienable capital those souvenirs constitute a sacred fund that each member of a family ought to consider more pro clous than anything else he possesses They exist In a dual form III Idea nUll In Act They show themselves In Inn guage habits of thought sentiments even Instincts and one sees them mar totalized in portraits furn I tun build liifcs dross songs To profane oy s then lure nothing to the vot r 4 S S CONVENTION I The Eleventh International Conven tion meets at Toronto Canada JuneJ 23 27 next This will without doubt Ie ont of the most important Sunday school conventions ever livid on the I Airencan continent It is a delegated convention and whib any one can I go only reguUrly appointed delegates will be entertained or will have the right to speak vote or serve on com mittees KentuoKy is entitled to fifty two delegates and we must send our full quota All delegates mutt b AI- r pointed by the State Executive Com mittee If you think you would like I to maKe the trip write to the General Secretary Kentucky Sun Jay School Reporter LEW WALLACE DEAD Crawf irdsville Ind Ffb 15Sur t rounded by his family General Lew I Hurlone a WAr8Idied at hIs home here tonight aged seventyeight years The health of General Wallace has been failing for several yeers and for months it has been known that his constitution could not much Ihuger withstand the ravages of the wasting disease For moro than a year he has been unable to properly assimilate food The end came peacefully and his last words as he turned to his wife to bid her goodbye were I Am ready to meet my maker A GUARANTEED CURE FOR CHILLS itching Blind niccdlUK or Irotrudlnir IAZUOof how longstanding innI to 14 days Firstapplication gives case and rest 50c IIff your druggist hasnt It send 50c In stumps und It IedlcillOHOW BRYAN FEELS I My position at present said Wil- Liam I Jennings Bryan to some friends I at the National Hotel H day or two ago is that of the young man down South who was in love with a fine young woman Be proposed one night and she accepted him After the protestation J of undying affection hAdI been made a hundred times the young j man went out into the night and j looking up at the brilliant stars raised his arms above his head and said 0h Lord I aint got nothiu flgin nobody Washington CorNew Yorkr Sun t TO CURTAIL ACREAGEtt A dispatchtrom Clarksville Tenn I says that all members of the Dark Tobacco Gowers Association whioli extends over twenty count eswill sign Ian agreement which will curtail the who know low tJ approbate the thl1 sI of to fn Lilly they are rCllJ wiliI I which ono should not part at any pKo Hut whnt generally hnp enn In out day WorldllncssI wars upon tin stvi tlmcnt of family and I know of no I strife more Impassionedh By Jlmeans and small by all sorts of lie rII customs requirements anti preten sions the spirit of the world broiKi Into the domestic sanctuary What lire this strangers rights its titles rj oii what docs It rest Its peremptrv claims Tills Is what people too often neglect to Inquire They make a mis take We treat the Jnvader Ha very poor and simple people do a pompoij visitor For this Incommoding guest of a tiny they pillage their garden bully their children and servants and neglect their work Such conduct Is not only wrong It Is Impolitic Ono should have the courage to remain what ho IIs In the fuc of nit comers The worldly spirit Is full of Imperti nences Here is n home which hits formed characters of murk and Is form ing them yet The people the furnish ings the customs are all In harmony By marriage or through relations of business or pleasure the worldly spirit enters It hubs everything out of date awkward too simple lacking the modern totich At list It restricts itself to criticism nnd light raillery But this Is the Inngerous moment Look out for yourself here Is time enemy If you so nveh as listen to his reason tugs tom 1OW you will sacrifice a piece of furniture the next tiny a good old traditltMi and so one by one tho family lioivnoms demur to the heart will go to time bricabrac dealerami filial piety vlth them III the midst of your new habits and In the chary d atmosphere your friends of other tlns your old relatives will be oxpatrlrod Your next step will bo to lay thorn aside In their turn The worldly spirit loaves the old out of consideration At lat established In nn absolute transformed settling oven you will view yourself with amaze ment Nothing will bo familiar but surely it wll be correct at least till world will be satisfied Ah that Is where you are mistaken After har- ing mado you cast out pure treasure as so much junk it will find that your bor rowed livery hits you ill and will hasten to mako you sensible of the ridiculous ness of the situation Much bettor Lure had from the beginning the cour age of your convictions and hove de fomlod your honi FdTIR FIEYS Ysi OR THACHERS Liver and Blood Syrup the only preparation that- reallyIs cures all kidney troubles because It la the only preparation that removes the cause puts tho liver In healthy working order and then fortifies your system against future attacks of the same troubles Tho indications of kidney disease are weakness la the small of the back slek head ache pains in tbu loins null groins numbness of tho thigh hlghcalored or scald lug urine milky or bloody urine frequent desire to urinate nausea vomiting colic constlputlon hot and cold flashes furred or unnaturally red touRne Do not neglect these curtain slKiisof dlsenscd kidneys Take Dr Thachers Liver and Blood Syrup at once and nip the trouble In the bud acreage al ou 30 per cent in future The agreement to be signed is as follows We the undersigned farriers and tobacco producers of dark tobacco hereby agree and bind ourselves not to plant in tobacco in 1903 1000 and 1007 more Ethan seven and onehalf acres for the first fifty acres of land we own and not more than two and one acres for each tdditional fifty halfII Any farmer planting more than the above agreement forfeits the overplus to parties to this agreement Stop Snoring Open up the nose and head by using Paracamph A positive cure for catarrh of the heAd at d noso Discharge from the sera can be cured quickly by using this wonderful medicine OHIO COUNTY MEETING The county union of the American Society ot Equity met at Beaver Dam last Saturday There was a good s zed crowd present composed ct about three hundred of Ohio countys sturdy farmers It was very enthusiastic and profitable meeting the farmers agreeing as one man that they woul t stand firm for the Lynchburg prices There were two reprtamtuives present trom Daviees county who announced that tne unions in that county were of the same spirit us Hut manifested hero In addition to the iroutme business a finance committee was appointed follows M P Sharp J P Miller David More fana John M Graham and I 1 Mriv vvv1 po mio wren Uioy marry listen M i1f vncp of to v ivU Tioh routs hIM given ten the example of a mnlcM life lint till new genera tout thinks It ntllrms Its rights to ex lstoio mitt liberty by repudiating ways In Its eyes too patriarchal So those young folks make efforts to set them selves up lavishly in the latest fashion and rid theuiselves of useless property lit dirt cheap Iprices IInstead of tilling their houses with objects which say Keinember1 they garnish thorn with quite now furnishings that as yet have no moaningI Walt I am wrong these timings sine often symbols as it wore of a facile and superficial existence In their midst ono breathes a certain heady vapor of mundanlty They re call the life outside the turmoil tho rush And were one sometimes dis posed to forget this life they would call back his wandering thought and say Ilemomber In another souse do not forgot your appointment at time club the play the races The home thou becomes a sort uf halfway house whore one comes to ISt II little her two n two prolonged absences It Isnt a lgood place to stay As It has no soul It does not speak to yours Time to oat timid sloop and then off again Otherwise you become as dull us a hermit We are nil acquainted with people who have a rage for being abroad who think time world would no longer go round if they didnt figure on all sides of It To stay at home Is penal There they cease to be In view A horror of home life possesses thorn to such a dcgrto that they would rather pay to be bored outside than lie amused gratuitously within In this way society slowly gravitates toward life In herds which must not be confounded with public life Tho life in herds Is somewhat like that of swarms of tiles In time sun Nothing so much resembles time worldly life of a man as V e worldly life of another man And this universal banality de stroys time very essence of public spir it One need not Journey far to discover the ravages undo In modern so ciety by the spirit of worldliness and If we have so little foundation so lit tie equilibrium calm good sense and Initiative one of the chief reasons lies In the undermining of the home life the masse have timed their puce by I tluit of people of fashion Tl oy tooI hue become worldly Nothing can be store so than to quit ones own heurthII for the llfo of saloons The Smnlor Dr Thachers Liver and Blood Syrup Is the result of 62 years of fclentlllc research and car perimenting The formulals Mandrake May tipple Yellow Dock- Dandelion Hydrangea Seven Barks SennaEursaparllla Gc al fun- Iodide of Potassium Ilucbu Juniper Berries These Ingredients are care fully blended In jjust the proper proportions to aecom livh the desired results There no harm in a thou sand bottles For sale by all druggists two Mzes 50 cents and 100 If you have neer tried this great remedy send today for R free sample and Dr Thach ers Health Book and state your symptoms Try It at our expense THACHER MEDICINE COMPANY CHATTANOOGA TeNNMtre John P Foster Timely talks were I made bv several members present The Society adjourned to me t on Sat rdav March 11 1105 at Fords ville Hartford Herald THE FINEST VIRTUE What is the finest quality in human truthfullllEssI spoak brive selfrespeoMng ultimately capable The man or the woman WhO speaks thA truth cannot but have triends and love and genuine success for in a world cf lies and evasions SUCh an one is as a rock in the midst of a quicksand The time to teach truthfulness is childhood And the way to teach is never never to make your child for an instant afraid to tell you the truth about anything whatsoever an thing he does anything he thnks That Tickling In the Throat One minute after taking One Min ute Cough Cure that tickling in the throat isgone It acts in the throat not the stomach Harmlt Esgooll for children A L Spofford postmaster at Chester Midi says Our little girl was unconscious from strangula tion duringa sudden and terrible at tack of cruup Three doses of One M nute Cough Cure half an hour apart speedily cure 1 her I cannot praise One Minute Uoush Cure tco much for what ii hums done in our family Jt always gives relief Sold by All Druggists wN LI I and misery of the homes ore not enough to explain the current which carries each man away from his own Why does the posant desert for the Inn the house that his father and grandfather found so comfortable1 It hits remain ed the saute There is the same lire In the same chimney Whence conies 1 it that It lights only an Incomplete c rcleI when lu olden times young timid old sat shoulder to shoulder Something hits changed In the minds of men Yielding to dangerous Impulses they have broken with simplicity The fathers have quitted their post of honor the wives prow dull besklo the solitary hearth and the children quarrel while waiting their turn to go abroad each after his own fancy We must learn again to live the home life to value our domestic trod tions A pious care has preserved cer tain monuments of the past So an tique dress provincial dialects old folk songs have found appreciative hands to gather them up before they should disappear front the earth What n good deed to guard these crumbs of n great past these vestiges of the souls of our ancestors Let us do the same for our family traditions sure and guard as much as possible of time patriarchal whatever Its form But not every one has traditions to keep all the more reason for redou bung the effort to constitute and foster a family lla And to do this there Is need neither of numbers nor a rich establishment To create a home you must have the spirit of home Just an the smallest village mummy have Its history Its moral stamp so time smallest home may have Its soul Oh the Spirit of places the atmosphere which sur rounds us In human dwellings What a world of mystery Here even on the threshold the cold begins to penetrate you are III at ease something Intangil ble repulses you There no sooner does the door shut you In than friendliness and good humor envelop you It Is said that walls have ears They have also voices a mute eloquence Every thing that a dwelling contains Is bath ed In an ether of personality Anti I find proof of Its quality even In the apartments of bachelors and solitary women What an abyss between one room and mother room Here nil Is dead Indifferent commonplace the de 001IIt even In his fashion of arranging his photographs mild books All Is the same to me There one breathes In nnl mation n coutiulotis iov In life The I fashions justice subject grandfather offering wrinkled chubby children always moving customs havelio pathos hearths children privacy CHAPTER protest against S theory simple luxury business civilized society briefly anticipate tionsIt evident rlmumImpose through people simple colorless depriving oneself everything bright smiling displeases fortune giving privileges combat selpsh superfluous THE MOST PERFECT NewsGathering System EarthJ ST LOUIS GLOBEDEMOCRAT addition Associated Press correspondents everywhere covers events world thoroughly other paper absolutely essential would interest people where cleanness purity accuracy make wolcomeF SEMIWEEKLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR WREKLY GLOBEDEMOCRAT GREATS Sections Friday WEEKLY REPUBLICAN PAPER giving of TWICEtEVERY WEEK variety of MERICA811d member family Almost BESTDAILY AND SUNDAYCHEAPEST PRICE POSTAGE including GRFATOnewithout NEWSPAPER 6 months 3 months Sundayedition to pagesOFTH1WORLD 6 months 100 11- or Send Your Subscription ToDay Write for Free Sample Copy THE GLOBE DEMOCRAT CO NEW COMPANY- Ike has been elected presi and J D vice president and general manager of the Kentucky Light and Power any a new corporation recently formed to install an electrlo plant at Hartford the County seat of county They in Fordsville J W alto cf Fordsville has been elected superintendent ol the company and will with his family to ford and active management of which is in course of construction The plant will he mod WilYnnl1tolightwillbe heats repeated In countless Whoever you are guest of nn hour I wish you well Pence be with you- Words can do little to the of homo tell about the effect of u favorite flower In the win dow or the charm of an old armchair vhere the to sit his hands to the kisses of Poor moll erns or remodeling Wo who from transforming our cities our houses our and creeds longer where to lay our heads let us not add to nnd emptiness of our changeful by abandoning time life of the home Let us light again the flame put out on our make sanctuaries for our selves warns where the may Into men where love may find old age reriosc an altar and the fatherland a cult XI SIMPLE nEAUTV OME one may time nature of the life in time name of aesthetics or op pose to ours the of the service of that providence of fostering mother of arts and grace of We shall try to these objec will no doubt have been that the spirit which animates these Is not utilitarian It would be we seek lute anything In common with that which upon themselves cupidity or minded through false austerity To the former time life is the ono tint costs least to the latter it is a flat and existence whoso merit lies in of seductive It us not a whit that peo ple of large means should put their into circulation Instead of hoarding It so life to com merle and the fine arts Tint is us ing ones to good advantage What we would is prod igality the use of wealth and above all the quest of the on the part of those who have tho greatest need of taking for time necessary The lavlshness of a Maece nag not have the same effect In To be Continued 1J on IS THAT OF THE Jn to the service of the it has its own nnd the of the more than any It is to every person who keep abreast of the times It is first in first i I in and first in the homes of the its and it ever The is issued In THE iniweekly eight pages or more each I Tuesday and It is a big SEMI nil the news all the earth PAPER OF auda great interesting IrrI 1 A instructive rending matter for every 1 of the equal to a daily at the I price of a weeklyI ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR 1 BY MAIL PREPAID Daily Sunday Daily Sunday One year 400 200 100 48 76 I One year 200 ADDRESS I ST LOUIS MO C Adair dent Cooper Coui light Ohio both reside Hap remove Hart take i the plant now visitor little used the existence nests grow prayer misers narrow foolish thought could news and the lights will be totaled on at Beaver Dam by May 1 A Red Hot SfoeIBurns whbn you touch it but tir yotA have Paracamph Frst Aid to tho In J Jk jured handy and apply freely the pain is relieved quicky and it heals without leaving an ugly pear There is ncthing so good for Burns Opts and Bruises as Paracamph Try a 25o bottle NEW REPUBLICAN PAPER Leitchfleld Ky Fet 15The 0 OraysonNews a new Republican pa pet made its oppentanco last week Mr Tom Spurrier is editor and proprietor and the paper bids fair to be a success 1 v 1 I r e R YT r- J qrtTrirnAZi Yr h J The Breckenridge New WEDNESDAY February 22 1005 NO PLAN TO BUILD AT ANY TIME SOON President Cox Of The Ilenderso Route Denies That Extension Of Track Will Be Made Now I Information coming from what IS said to be a good source is that the Louisville Henderson and St Lout railroad is preparing to build a line from West Point to a point three mile s from Louisville and there connec llnimean that the Henderson Route would use the L anfl N terminals and rn Its trains into the Tenthstreet sta tion instead of the Seventhstree depot as at present The report is denied by the high officials ot the Henderson Route who sav they have been doing some work on the right of way between this cIty and West Point hut that they have no intention to build a line to Louisville trom that point any time soon It was reported that the Henderso Route officials had notified the lllinoi Central that they would not use the Illinios Central tracks from West Point to Louisville after a certain time but that such a notification had beenmade was denied by the official of both the roads When Attilla Cox Sr president of the Louisville Henderson and St 1k Louts RaIlroad company was asked about the report he said There is absolutely nothing in it We have not sent any snch notification to the Illinois Central and have nc idea of doing so It is true that we haverecently procured a piece of lana in the rightotway and have been doing a little work in Salt river but we nave no plan to build the line at i this time We have had the rightof way for a number of years and it hour intention to build sometime but if we should desiro to do so it would depend entirely upon what arrang ments we could maKe tor terminals and we have never so much as inves tigated that matte- rSTATES NEWSPAPERS Newspapers are published in 151 towns in the State There are 110 county seats but a newspaper is published in only 103 of them leaving 110 county seats without newspapers There are 30 dailies one trlweekly 17 semiweeklies 235 weeklies 4 semimonthlies 24 monthlies and 3 quarterlies making in all 314 publi cations in the State The quality of the average Kentucky weekly is far and way above what it was a few years ago Now it is very rare that a patent back paper can be found and when RO it is only issued by small and unimportant publications HAS STOOD THE TEST 25 YEARS The old original Tasteless Chill Tonic You know what you are taking It Is ion and quinine In a tasteless form Nocuro nQ pay 50c NEW LEITCHFIELD BANK Leitchfield Ky Feb 1C Articles of It incorporation were filed last Tuesday organizing the harmers and Merchants tC banktr ital stock is 15000 and has all been I subscribed j + oJ t i i TAKE 1c WINEOF- II CARDUIAT I Are you a sufferer Has your doctor been unsuc cessful Wouldnt you prefer to treat I yourselfAT HOME Nearly 1500000 women have bought Wine of Cartlui from their druggists and havo cured If BUchIfdizziness nausea and despond ency caused by female weakness These are not easy cases Wine of Cardui cures when the doctor cant Wine of Cardui does not irri painintonio of healing herbs free from strong and drastic drugs It is successful because it cures in a natural way ghtfromcanbeginthiatreatment In euaesvequlringspreolel dIrection aHre ItYlnllrmlJO Tas Ladl nwq Tfce outuaooflCeepOlr G TMB I 1 CRITTENDENS LETTER Courier Jonrnal To the Editor of the Courier Journal I deeply regret the death of Vol Robert W Woolley I knwe him I in past years quite well I know not his age I presume be had worn his pyhs cal machinery out by the many frio tions of this life part natural anll part unnatural He was truly a brilliant man and that brilliancy Jell him into many eccentricities wbiol in the opinion of many leesenedhls usefulness ns a lawyer as a citizen and as a social friend He was a 111an of positive opinions OP all subject occupying his mind whether the hyssop which springs from the wall or the cedar of Lebanon When n youth at Cloverport I went to Fawes ville to hear a joint discussion betwee him and William H Kinney of Hartford I think both were about ot the same age Kinney was then unnnow to fortune and to fame only in tbat neck of the woods embracing Bract enridge Hancock and Ohio counties Kinney was an uneducated boyI knew him when carrying the mail to use a common expression once a week be tween Hartford and Cloverport Woolle V was ot course highly educated and accomplished When they met the political friends of Woollny expected an easy victory It was Ureek meet lag freak as it turned out ench presenting his views to a crowded hall with much force and receiving muc applause those of Woolley the more cultured the more relined those of Kinney the more unrefined to the manor born he using the words of the common people from whose ranks he sprung and when the debate close each respected the other as a foe- man worthy of his steel In late years they became friends at the Lou Isvillo bar Now as both have gone from that city m which they wer honored for many years never again to return never again to enter the Gnadia certaminis of that splen did bar may we not all say Lay them down gently at the Iron gate Thos T Crittenden Kansas City Mo Feb 18 1005 OBITUARY On Tuesday Feb 7 1005 at 74t oclock all that was mortal of Elish Gardner passed into the great beyond He had been a sufferer since November 1002 and for the last fourteen month hid been an inmate of the Soldier Military Home at Marion Ind Of his life it can be truthfully said that it was honest upright and noble Always abounding in deeds of charity he was a good man a loving husband and a kind father and his loss will le deeply felt by all who knew him Afte his entrance at the Home he made a visit of three or four months to his ok home at Union Star and also to his children atlrviugton and at West Point at which places he had quite a number of friends and acquaintances Mr Gardner was horn iu Hart county Ky Novl41839bis early days being spent in Louisville Later he joined tbe army and served through the civil war After his return home be was marriee to Nancy Eliza Gardner oil January 20 1865 at the Hites Run Baptist church by Rev Hagan To this union eight children were born six of whom an living namely W B Gardner Irving- ton Mrs Dora G Herdry West Point Newsom John Ida and Jesse During his last hours when he was asked if In had any tear of death his reply was All is well with my soul rind repeat ed the twentythird psalm and ere he finished the entire chapter his spirit had winged its flight The funeral services were conducted at the Irvington Baptist church by Rev J T Lewis assisted by Rev Hynes pastor of the Methodist church there and Rev Graves pastor of the Presbyterian church His remains were laid to arest in Ceddr Hill Cemetery Now that his earthly life is oer and all his afflictions that were so gently borne are past and gone we mourn not as those who have no hope but expect to meet him some day in a home where there is no sorrow nor death in that home Whose builder and maker is God XX HOW IT COULD GO In IgOS in the gubernatorial race Beckham received 4657 votes and Bel knap 4243a Democratic majority o- f414in the Tenth Senatorial district composed of the counties of Hancock Breckenridge and Meade If the vot ing strength of the two parties remains about the same in the district allowing for increase in population this shows about how the Senatorial election next November could very easily go TIME FOR PEOPLE The Czar of Russia has expressed the onviction that the time has come to prepare to give the people a voice in the government HOW MUCH DO YOU OWE The earth has 1487000000 inhabi ta tsor 207580000 families Its permanent load of war debts is 1000 for very family Y KKK 4 Health of American Women A Subject Much Discussed at Womens Clubs The Future of a Country Depends on the Health of Its Women LIP r L A1rs TeJAliIadsen Alhstilattie Henry At the New York State Assembly of Mothers a prominent New York doctor told the 500 women present that healthy American women were so rare as to be almost extinct This seems to be a sweeping state ment of the condition of American women Yet how many do you know who are perfectly well and do not have some trouble arising from a derange ment of the female organism which manifests itself iu headaches backaches nervousness that bearingdown feeling painful or irregular menstrua tion leucorrhcca displacement of the uterus ovarian trouble indigestion or sleeplessness There is a tried and true remedy for all these ailments Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound I has restored more American I women to health than all other reme dies in the world It regulates strengthens and cures diseases of the female organism as nothing else can For thirty years it has been curing the worst forms of female com plaintsSuch testimony as the following should be convincing Mrs T C Willadsen of Manning la writes Dear Mrs Pinkham 1 can truly say that you have saved my life and I cannot express my gratitude to you in moneyInstrual irregularities and 1 had given up all hopes of ever being well Again but I was persuaded to try Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound and three bottles have restored me to perfect health Had it not been I for you I would have been in my grave I today E I genial and of is over at is un checker er and an equal counties won from Aky Miss 1tattie Henry Danville Art Club 429 Green St Danville Va writes Mrs 1inldmm ing with female weakness and a broken down nvstom made mo more anx ious to die tolivobutLydialiPiuldiams Vegetable 1ms restored my health and I am so grateful for it that I want every vomantokuowwhatGydiaElinkhams When women are troubled with suppressed or painful men struation weakness leucorrhoea dis placement or ulceration of the womb that feeling inflamma the ovaries backache bloating or flatulency general debility indi gestion nervous prostration or are beset with such symptoms us dizziness faintness lassitude excitability irri nervousness sleeplessness melancholy allgone and wantto beleftalone feelings blues and lessness they should remember there is one tried and true remedy Lydia E Vegetable Compound at once removes such troubles No other medicine in the world has received such unqualified endorsement No other medicine has such a record of cures of female troubles to buy any other medicine for you need the best A lightheart a cheerful countenance and all charms of grace and beauty are dependent upon proper action of the bodily organs You cannot look well unless feel well Mrs Pinkham invites all sick women to write her for advice Her advice and medicine have restored thousands to health Address Lynn Mass a Lydia PInkhans Vegetable Confound Succeeds Where Others FaIL I I Nm s N msn- A Heart to Heart Talk With Bald Heads The Philadelphia Inquirer ItIDo not get angry if some one to you ns old may be manners on his part but most silly in you to resent it Besides it i int true Go back and do u little figuring Didnt you often think when you wero young that certain people were real old I nearly roady to be through with the world 2 Do a Lit of sub traction and addition and the result is likely to be that you find they were then about the same age you are now It is to be that you never hurt their feelings as that fellow I did thenDont your but the young are thoughtless and you were young I that spot on your head get grisly Polish it up I every day and when you wash your face and neok use a clothand rub hard right down into the wrinkles Dirt likes to settle in the Keep your teethclean but dont keep them in sight for they are not attractive to anybody but yourself Dont get into the habit of moaning and groaning or bringing up great pulls of wind just because you arent feeling quite well or have too much Perhaps it iis because you are have nothing to do and want to convince yourself that you are all there When you dip from the tank or pail dont throw back what is left in the dipper That was excusable in the district school when we had a mile to go to find the well but water is plenty now and people are esthetic When you cat mush soup dont decorate your beard Kcmember how such things in others used to impress you and learn to take time to eat neatly You are over the harvesting days Dont become careless about what you wear and thinkany old thing will Old and faded garments make an old and faded person look ten times as miserable as he has any right to be Donttell people you are in the way and only a nuisance It is foolish to suggest such ideas when perhaps if you kept still they would never think of them Dont forget it is harder to keep nice when old than when we were young but that it is also more necessary In short watch your personal habits and show people that you have been invited by Time to be an old man you leave undertaken the part and intend to be a good actor and do the business as it should be done aililia asssssss CHAMPION PLAYER Louis Sallie true joker bee man farmer Rites much crestfallen his defeat checker playing by Henry Beavin who doubtedly the champion play of Brecjtenridge county per haps hasnt in few other Beavin has ninetynine games out of a hundred Mr Sahlie VScePresSdentof Dear Mnnyycarssuffcr inflammation thnn Compound irregular bearingdown tion of and tability hope Pinkharas Refuse the you From alludes hoped let furrows eaten lonely or do lilt Run AN AUTOSLEIGH Edward Temple a machinist of Springfield 0 has invented an auto mobile sleigh which has been success fully tested The machine IP prorelled by a gasoline engine of 20 horsepower has runners like a bobsled and is forced rapidly over the snow by a rapidly re volving spiral wheel between the rear runners r 11 N00 NONNN N N NN 0 NO OONN NN- z Bankof HardinsburgOFFICERS B F BKARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier J DIRECTORS + Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lnfe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beard J Dr A iI Kincheloe D S j iiInsured against loss by Richardsoniit Interest paid on time 0 0 0 + 1 The Breckinridge Bank Cloverport Ky Capital Stock 45100 Surplus 7000 Incorporated Organized in1872 W II BOWMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier DR F L LIGHTFOOT VPres CHAS B SKIUMAN Aut Cashier Accounts of Firms Individuals and Corporations solicited Any business entrusted to us will receive prompt sad careJol attention Storage place for packages in our fireproof vault furnished our customers free NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS Interest paid on time deposits ee a NN First State Bank IRVINGTON KY W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VictPiesident H H KEMPER Cashier I Accounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited Paid on Time Deposits iiInterest m THEmI II HOTEL I Louisville Ky PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr j R R The most located hotel ID city making aII one from district blocks from theatres Street pass door to all of neat clean 10 ON1 0000 N00 + 4Y IIIIDAN BROOKS CO j LIVE STOCKrI COMMISSION 1 HERCHANTS ii- is CENTRAL STOCK YARDS LOUISVILLE KY i I FRISCO SYSTEfl Chicago Eastern IllinoisI Double Daily Trains I BETWEEN St Louis AND Chicago MORNING EVENING From LaSalle Street Chicago 950 a m910 p m From Union Station Merchants Bridge Sf Louis 930 a m946 p m Morning or evening connection at both termini lines diverging Equipment entirely and modern throughout- A DOUBLETRACK RAILWAY Equipped practical and approved safety appliances Substantially constructed V n StylishComfortable ComfortableTailor clothes All the latest patterns for suits and trousers in high grade fabrics Clothes by modern methods Fit guaranteed Moderate prices Expert tailors employed- J H HUNSCHE Casper May d Co Canneltou Ind AyersPillsWant a beautiful browi or Use d centrally and I the 200 rate Only block tbe principal shopping and two the principal cars the parts tbe cltT- Everything and N AND with new with V G BABBA- GEAttorneyatLaw PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR Many experience m settling estates All collections reas onableCloverport Kentucky One MinuteCough Cure For Coughs and Croup Sanfords Fine Inks iS Mucilage In full assortments of handy size bottles Library and photo pastes to boot JNO D BABBAGE School books etc rich black firstclass Station made years Colds Act directly on the They biliousness cure liverISold for 60 years to DYEMrtI 2 fy Jri r a i THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D and V G BABBAGE Editors and Proprietors Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 n year or 125 if paid at the end of year CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of- tt 10 cents per 1line- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Mono in advance Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct pleaso notify us- 11hen ordering a change in the address subscribers should gie their old as well as the new addr- essEIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 22 1905 THOUGHTS For the success of our civilization what is needed is not brilliant ability not unusual genius but the qualities of plain workaday air tine possessed by the average nmnthe quality that makes out of him a good father a good husband and a good citizen That is what wt have to deal with in life first of all President Roosevelt MUD and slush always iollow a freeze up DONT let this damp weather soften your heart along with your tobacco Mr Farmer THERE is one thing we are glad to sec getting up in the world and that is the thermometer Ouu city fathers are doing the handsome thing by spreading ashes on the muddy places THE government crop report it turns out overestimated the corn crop for 19ui by 400000000 bushels THE wheat crop isnt coming out of the freeze up in very good shape It looks as if it were badly frost bitten A queer sight is that Bryanand Roosevelt occupying the wale bed The question that puzzles a good many people is whose bed is it I Bryans or Roosevelts A Hungarian club in New York recently entertained President I Roosevelt in royal style Things have changed in the last fifty years There were no Roosevelts in Louis Kossuths time Mu WILLIAM KASYY who had his ear badly frost bitten lust Monday week was in his place on the jury last Monday his car well and in good shape He says Paracamph did the work Toni LAWSON says the Standard Oil trust is doomed that it will go down as fast as it went up He stands ready he says to wall barefooted from Boston to Washington to help President Roosevelt manipulate the probe DONT slum the door Many a womans nerves are wrecked and hog temper fired by just this sort carelessness on the part of mon ii should be a mans religious duty to temper his ways to the peaco fund quiet of his home Broken the backbone of winter Now if the backbone of the tobacco trust would loosen up with the weather business would boom the farmer would be happy and all hands would go round together And such a happy time we all would have a fIll politicians dont like our ticket for sheriff lust us we ex pocted A politician dont like anything when he is not in it But the people like it lord it seems to us they ought to have a say in the matter It is a good safe clean ticket just what the people want and should have Why not name them and elect them 2 THK ice plant is a sure go for Cloverport and we are glad of it thanks to the enterprising citizen who put up their money to get it Clovorport is slowly but surely coming to the front With the ice plant other industries will follow All we want to do is to keep ham mering kcep pulling keep cheerful and hopeful and well all get there in the end There are no flies on Cloverport Pooh ANDHKW DUISKKLL has fortyfour pupils enrolled in his normal school at Burned and has applications for several more A primary department in charge of Miss Aurey Bullman has been established and hUH been a success from the start Prof Driskell is a man of energy and hard work and is doing a great work for the young men and women of this county We are glad to see him succeeding in his work May his normal at Ilarned continue to grow and prosper THAT Missouri farmer is our kind of a farmer the farmer who stands by his home paper But the XEWS has no right to complain The farmers of Breckenridge county have stood by it for nearly thirty years and are still doing it And why shouldnt the NEWS stand by them The NEWS has always been a friend to the farmer is now and ever shall be as long as the writer has anything to stand on If there was a time when the farmer needed standing by encouraging and a still backbone it is now The onoh THE heroes of this country are the men whose names seldom find a puce in print There is the track walker oo our railroads covering miles of track with the thermometer eight and ten below zero scan ning every foot of the way for our safety And the engineer who drives his engine at a mile a minute over ice covered rails through snow and sleet and rain for his train must arrive on time regardless of the weather The man in the warm coach seldom thinks of the man at the throttle It takes a brave man to run an engine as little as we thinkof it All honor to him i QUAKTEULY meeting services were held with the Irvington church last Saturday and Sunday Rov Hynes tho pastor is loud in his praise of his membership and his oflioial board and from his point of view it is one of the best in tho Louisville conference His official board ho says is a business board composed of business men who make it their business to see that tho collections are all up promptly and settlement made in full at tho end of every quarter consequently the pastor comes out a happy man strong and vigorous and in shape to do good work for his church and people Rev Hynes is to be congratulated DONT forget our guessing contest It will be your last chance to strike a fortune at so little cot and effort All you have to do is to guess the amount of money paid into tho Treasury Department at Washington on tho 27th day of March 1905 Here8 the way the re ceipts arc running now TREASURY RECEIPTS 1905 February SoM a J 2051049 tt 9 1554252 10 1760560 it 15 1566479 a 1n 1758364 asis 2065338 9- WK can name a mill who ought to be sent to the legislature from this county lIe is a good clean honest conservative everyday business mannut a politician not a seeker after office not a fanatic on any subject Ho is a man of sterling worth high character and standing anda man among men a man who would represent the rich and the poor the farmer the mechanic the laborer tho banker the merchant and tho corporation just such a man as every county needs in tho legislature Republicans Democrats and Independents could and would support him But he wouldnt make a fight for tho office Dont suppose he would contribute a cent for his election or make a speech but wo believe hes got patriotism enough in him to servo his county if called That man is np other than W H Bowmor of this town THIS REMEDY IB sure to GIV- ESatisfaction Elys Cream Bal- mGRtlkl at Once It cleanses soothes und heals the Ills eased membrane It cures Catarrh and drives away a Cold In In the Head quickly It Is absorbed Heal and Protects the Membrane Restores the Senses of Taste and Smell Full size 50c at dru t Trial Size lOe by mall ELY BROTHERS MiWarren Street NY ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR COUNTY JUDGE WE are authorized to announce Henry Moorman as a candidate for County Judge of Ilreckenrldue county sub Ject to the action of the Democratic party FOR REPRESENTATIVE o are authorIzed to announce Selby n- llcCrackenlls a candidate for ativA tram Jlreckenrldju county subject tithe action ot the Democratic party AFTER OIL TRUST Kansas is up in arms against the Standard 011 Co the oil trust seven teen oiljprodncing states are watclnnj her fight with interest and are read to aid her and she has other powerful allies Because crude oil Is bough in Kansas by the trust at very low prices and sold when refined at very high prices the Kansas Legialatun has passe 1 a bill providing tor a etati rtfinery to complete with the Standarc Oil Co tor the benefit of the prodnc ers in an effort to compel monopoly to be decent Upon a request iron Kansas President Roosevelt has order ed special tinvestigation ot the Stan dard Oil Company at the hands of the Bureau of Corporations of the De partment of Commerce and Labor with especial reference to the com panys recent operations in Kansas ICE READY TO MOVE Owing to the rising temperature and the dense fogs daring the past weak the ice in the Ohio is very soft and the big gorges are expeqted tc break loose at any hour Rivermen are hoping that the ice wi 1 move out without a rise sufficient to inflict any considerable damage to hundreds of craft which are stuck in the ice at various points The river rose several feet last week and then began tall ing It was on a stand at this point yesterday A rise of course would hasten Jthe breaking of the gorges but do much damage The situation is ex tremely tense tor river men It will be four weeKS today since the river closed at this point the long- Est freeze since 180- 1MEETINGS CONTINUED- The cottage prayer meetings which were held at the homes of members of the different churches last week are being continued this week though the time has been changed from 280 in the afternoon to 10 oclocn in the morningSTOOD OPERATION Morris Jolly of Irvington was operated on in Louisville yesterday morning for the second time He stood the operation well and is doing very nicely though he is very weak as a result LOCAL BRIEFS o Everybodys magazine for March at the News office Attend the revival meeting at the Methodist church You are cordially invited If you want to hear some good preaching and singing attend odist meetings church now in progress at the thoI v ir A new piano has just been put in the Methodist onnrch for the revival meeting Shelby Conrad has been suffering the past week with a badly meshed thumb which was caused by n blow from a sledge hammer Marshal DeHaven was in Owensboro Friday to witness the hanging of Roy Green the negro murderer He had an official pass Saturdays CourierJournal contain ed a handsome picture of Capt J H Rowland recently reappointed post master A number of venturesome small boys skated ou the river Saturday Other skaters considered the sport there too perilous because of the sud den rise in the river and skated on Pattons pond Plans are being made for a big party of the young people of the city to go to Mammoth Cave early in the summer n number having already decided to go H L Staler has received news of the appointment of his brotherin law Dan M Nobles as postmaster at Paris Tenn Rev T C Kerr of Hodgenville has changed his appointment at the Presbyterian church from the first and third Sunday of each month to the first Sunday only In the summer he will preach both Sundays again A R Fisher has been confined to his bed several days the past week by an attack of lumbago which he received while at his store Thursday afternoon The Murray Roofing Tile company is receiving orders for fancy andplain rooting tile as fast as it can be manu factured Felix Carter went to Tobinsport Ind to organize a local union of the American Sometw atE quity but lack ed two charter members of having the requisite number to form a union G W Schrader with D W Murray and H O Keys as assistants went to West Point Monday to ao some Held work for the Henderson Route Mr and Mrs Ed Hambleton and his father Win Hambletonof Sorgho came down from Louisville Monday night to spend several days with Mr and Mrs 0 E Lightfoot Mr Ed Humbletou had his leg amputated in Louisville several weeks ago He is a nephAw of Mrs Lightfoot The members of the local K P lodge have made all necessary arrange ments for an enjoyable time for themselves land their families at Oelzes Hall this evening when tney will give n banquet to celebrate the anni versnry of Pythianism The Good Time Club Composed of members of the younger set has post poned its meetings until after the nlose of the revival at the Methodist church At the meeting last week W B Oelze was the host being assisted in entertaining by lira sister Miss Ethell Oelze In souvenirs prizes and luncheon the valentine idea was car led out The prizes two red heart shaped books were won by Miss An DIe Jarboe and Harry Weatherholt 0010 NOON00 NOON000 000 00 0 00 0 0 1- 1z III i zIi Columbia100o ll- i K i I 1 iI Graphophones STo i i RECORDS 25c S5 s OVER 100 RECORDS ALWAYS ON HAND TiCATALOG AND LIST OF RECORDS SENT TO RECORDSICOLUMBIAANY ADDRESS FIT ALL CYLINDER MACHINES j PROMPTs I iiiCAREFUL WIXDOWiiFURNITURE AND KODAK PICTUKK AND iiSUIIUES GLASSii DIRECTORS AND LICENSED EMBALMER iiFUNERAL II z i III 000 0 N O 10 N N1 0 NNNO r DRP GMITGHEL DENTIST OFFICE OVER THE FAIR Satisfaction assured Professional Prices I JWA Walker S l8 DENTIST Sj 1 Satisfaction guaranteed Jfl- W Patronize your homo dentist WI ii01face over Klncheloea Drug Store iW ri flL3 5sSS A MILDER CLIMATE In Arkansas Louisiana Texas Stock ranges ten to twelve months in the year two and three crops grow in a season Now is the time to look up a location while the land is cheap On February 7th anti 21st and Match 7th and 21st Cotton Belt Route will sell round trip houteseel ers tickets from St Louis Thebes Cairo and Memphis to points in above nauicu states at rate of ti1tIl or one fare plus 2 where it makes less than 15 One way colonist tickets February 21st and March 21st at half tare plus 2 Write for map time table and ask about rates to any point LOSCHAEFERTPAC- otton Belt Route Cincinnati O A GREAT TOWBOAT The Sprague last week proved her right to the distinction cf being the most powerful towboat afloat With her steel wheel and hull the Sprague broke through ice eight inches thick in the harbor at Louisville clearing a path to points of safety for other boats GOES TO COLLEGE Miss Ida Dutschke of Holt has gone to Bowling Green to attend Potter fCollege for the n xt five months 1 4 TOE BANK OF- CLOYERPORT f KY The management of the flank of Olo vcrport has adopted the following resolutions 1st To aid and strengthen the com mercial Interests of Cloverport and her people 4 2nd To make each day a little more perfect In service to patrons There Is a difference In service In banks just as In hotels and barber shops 3rd To keep dose to the people of this communItyto deserve land hold their confidence to do this without sacrifice of dignity or descending to the level of slap you on the buck familiarity 4th To hold strictly within tho con fines of legitimate and conserva tive banking mid yet render full value In service and protection to every customer We pay 3H per cent Interest on deposit timerWe cordially invite the business f counts of Ifrrns and anil personal accounts of Individ uals DKOP IV AND SEE US Y BANK OF CLOVERPORTII Are You Going to Build any of the Above r ft If so we want you to write to us about the lumber you will IsatisfyjyouIW LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY 17TFTEAll I M lImn man Son arc requested to call and settle with C W Hamman All persons having claims against the estate to pre sent same properly proven II I CHRISTINA HAMMAN Executrix To Cure a Cold in One Day togT- ake Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets A on every Seven Million boxes sold inmost 12 months This Signature lds h dt bog 2SC- r r s i HEALTH INSURANCE The man who insures his life iis wise for his family The man who insures his healthy ttIswise both for his family andI it f himselfYou insure health by guard it It is worth guarding IIIngthe first attack of disease which generally I mnnlIs TAKE r bits Pills And save your healthI I Breckenridge News ItThe0m u =February 22 lOO1 Dr Keene is in town G B Farwell was in Owensboro SundayJoel H Pile was down from Har f I dinsbnrg Thursday- Ed Morrison hats been visiting Mr and Mrs T B Squires at Owensooro Alex Robbins has moved from Weo ster to Irvington to engage in teaming Harry Hambleton went to Illinois last week to work for the Illinois Central t Kites St Louis bread is the freshest and the best Sold only by Babbago j SonOllie herloI Sunday to visit his father Thos fouseyaJlr and Mrs Hewitt Hook of Har dlnsbnrg were here Sunday en route to Lewisport J T Drane and Tom Lyddan of Webster were in Louisville Monda- t on businessMiss Sanders who has been teaching school in Missouri is visiting her parents at Tobinsport Mrs Jennie Mogan of Holt wasI the guest of Miss Florence Lewis Sat urday and Sunday- J T Dittoof Decatur Ill was the guest of his sister Mrs J D Babhage part of the past week Mr and Mrs D W Fairleigh re turned Wednesday to Louisville after a short visit to relatives here Mrs Thos Young returned Friday IJ to Morgantield after a visit to her daughter Mrs U B Skillinan Gus Gibson has been confined to hi y cony Mrs Ben Haynes and sister Miss Roberta Ayres of Hawesville wer the guests of Miss Maude Polk Thurs day R T Polk returned Monday from New York where he attended the semiannual meeting and banquet of the field managers of the Equitable rife Insurance com- panConsumpflohI r H fSlt pork is a famous old fashionedremedy for con I it sumptionIt Eat plenty of fI porkwas the advice to theI consumptive 50 andloo years ago r 1 Salt pork is good if a man k can stomach it The idea behind it is that fat is the food the consumptive needs most q fr ScottsEmulsionisthemod itern method of feeding fat to 1 1theconsumptive Pork is too trough for sensitive stomachs mosti1t ti prepared for easy dige ion cr Feeding him fat in this fi = way which is often the only r wayIS half the battle but ttScotts Emulsion does more Y than that There is some i thing about the combination of cod liver oil and hypophos 4 phites in Scotts Emulsion 3f that puts new life into the I specialIA sample will be sent free upon request Be sure that this picture In the form of a label Is on the wrapper of every bottle of Emulsion you buy BONE CHEMISTS 409 Pearl St N Y soc and i all druggists j 11 ems If you want Hrstclass dental work done you had better see Dr Keene while he is in town this week Mrs U M Stephens and Misses Benola Hull Maude Polk and Emma Sanders visited friends at Hawesville Sunday Mrs W H Williams and son Charles wete the guests of her sister Mrs T F Sawyer Saturday and Sundays Fort of Louisville was hero Saturday to attend a meeting of the directors of the Cloverport Water Light Ice company Attention farmers The time is ap preaching lor fencing your farm If in need of wire of any kind write us We sell it cheaper than wholesale houses Write H Heck Co Cannelton Ind WH Bowmer returned Friday from Louisville where be and Mrs Bowmer have been spending the winter Mra Bowner will return this week from Jhicago where she has been visiting her daughter Mrs H L Atkinson MAN AND HIS ATTIREI SOME DRESS TO KILL WHILE IT KILLSi OTHERS TO DRESS Dret Ilnrtcn Unlitty Iilcnn on Snr torlnl Harmony mid Mr IoIniulH SviiNlblc Rule About llelnK Mean nrcd IllNruoHM EuccMitrlcitlcH Some men dress to kill while It Idll8II others to dress Men may talk about the absurdities and discomforts of fern inliio dress as much as they please and it pleases some of them to do son great deal but when warts weather comes the women have an opportunity- to take their innings in this little game and make an overwhelming score A champion of mans superior com mon sense can receive no greater setback than to stroll along the street July morning and observe the appearance and actions of the dIfferent sexes iny stance comes along a man with a tall stiff hat on his head a tall stiff co- IlIar around his neck a stlflly starche- shirt bosom covering his breast stiff cuffs on his wrists woolen coat vest and trousers upon the portions of his anatomy adapted thereunto perspiration and dust upon his brow Behind him comes a cloud of mus lin and tulle n broad brimmed hat o light perforated straw a mass of semi diaphanous lace from which two bar arms and one ditto neck appear and between the hat and the lace n wom ans face is seen cod complacent wholly comfortable unknowing per spiration Innocent of dust altogether satisfactory to behold A vision of this sort makes amends for all the out wintersand for once gives man a pang of envy that he also Is not permitted to wear comfortable garments in midsummer But the man has his Inning as soon comforte able in the garb that made life miser able n few weeks previously while th diaphanous vision of July has become n blue nosed shivering reality trying to prevent the dully wind from cut ting through her shirt waist It is told of the lato Bret Ilartc that his wife coming down late to breakfast one day and being asked for her spouse explained that she left him trying to match a cravat with the stockings he had decided to wear for the day As a contrast to this take the story of a Mr Poland told in the HemI nlscences of Montagu Williams pub lished In England Mr Poland caused his family great anxiety by tho bad fit of his clothes He was persuaded to go to a certain tailor and be meas ured but the new suit fitted the wear er worse than the old The tailor was Interviewed by Mr Polands friend Un derdownIt not my fault sir I assure you Every care was taken as you desired but how could we fit a gentleman who would insist on being measured sitting down Underdown did not know what to make of this and at once proceeded to the temple to solve the my tery On learning the object his vis itor had in calling Poland said with the imperturbable manner peculiar to him Well its my business and not yours I like to be comfortable I spend three parts of my life sitting down and I prefer to bo measured so This recalls the anecdote of tho poet Wordsworth who going to a London tailor and striding around tho room throwing his arms around like a madman asked the astonished knight of the shears if he could make a suit of clothes for n man accustomed to walk In that manner The poet was in the habit of composing his verses while striding through the fields and woods and didnt care to have his gesticula tions hampered by the cut of his cloth- Ing The divine afflatus must have its low unrestricted by the outward garb lIt his youth and early manhood the lato Earl of Bcacohsfleld showed much eccentricity in his attire In Malta for example he donned as his walking dress a blood red shirt with sliver studs as big as shillings an immense scarf for gIrdlefull of pistols and daggersred cup red slippers broad blue striped Jacket and trousers Tho whole town was agape and several people naked the erratic young Eng lishman to dine with them on the strength of his peculiarities At n later date in n Turkish town with the unit ed assistance of his English Spanlsl and fancy wardrobe as he naively put It be sported a costume which proiduced a most extraordinary effect on that costume loving people A great many Turks called on purpose to see it but when he had won his hosts Disraeli let his oddities fall partly out of sight v DR R P KEENE rI mI1 m tf I 1 n j f fiIlI I Ifi I lI I irIVI I III I rtistry U Will be Nitre February 20 to 26 r Savages dross for warmth and decen cy but ns n rule civilized men and women dress not only for these India pensable purposes but to delight the eyes of those who look at them There Is no expense that a rational man should more gladly Incur titan that of dress for not only himself but for the women who are dependent upon him George Bancroft GrlfUth In Chicago Record IIerukl Church CoinpoHeil of FoNiIln There Is a church in the quiet little village of Mumford near Niagara Palls which Is composed entirely o fossils At first glance the walls ap pear to be constructed of rough sand stone smeared with au uneven coat ing of gritty coarse plaster but closer view reveals the error of thii q first conclusion Instead of plaster the eyes behold traceries of delicate leaves laccwork of Interwoven twigs bits of broken branches fragments of mossy bark and splinters of wood all pre served against the wasting of time and1 decay by being turned Into the hard est of flinty limestone As a matter of fact every block of stone In the four walls Is n closely cemented mass of dainty fossils Their Ezrrarirc Grief Lord Bramptou related that once while ho was plain John Hawkins he defended n man for wife murder The prisoners two children dressed In inacourt and their grief and the lawyers eloquent speech combined to acquit the defendant That evening at dinner he- met an old Inhabitant of the neighbor hood who complimented him upon his thinkdthat If you had seen what I did when driving past the prisoners cottage last week you would not have painted the home in such glowing colors The little children who sobbed so violently In court this morning and to whom you werefplaying on an ash heap near their cot nestring round Its neck swinging backward nUll forward and as they did so they snug This Is the way poor daddy will go This Is the way poor daddy will sat Such Mr Hawkins was their ex cessive grief lIellJnleHI SuperntlllonN Among the Bengalese it Is said that shouting the name of the king of birds garunda drives away snakes Shouting Kam Ham drives away ghosts Cholera that attacks on Mon fataleCholera that attacks on Thursday never ends fatally The flowering of the bamboo uterus famine In fanning if the fan strike the body it should be instantly knocked three times against the ground When giving alms the giver and receiver should both be on the same side of the threshold It is bad to pick ones teeth with the nails If n snake be killed It should famine diately be burned for all serpents that are so unwise as to permit of having their lives taken are inhabited by time souls of Brahmans which hope thus to escape and work mischief The fords snake and tiger should never be used after nightfall Call them creep ers and insects Never awaken a sleeping physician Morning dreams always come true Vonren SIUVcM In InllHtine In Palestine the mother of men is the servant of men Ilelng a part of the household chattels she Is sold for as large a sum as her father can extort from the prospective bridegroom She Is a thing a piece of goods Tine father of a firstborn son proudly cults himself after the boys name but his girl babe is not reckoned among his children Her Infant shoulders learn to bear the burdens tier little feet patter their way to the fountain even from the mo meat their tiny strength can support the weight of the Jar Her whole life Is one of grinding baking fetching water waiting upon others At twelve she Is sold Into married service GrowI ing old in middle life sue may see her self supplanted by a younger wife ofIten being robbed of her sons by the military conscription and finally site is put away ns the last breath Is leav ing her body Corwln Knapp Llnson In Metropolitan Magazine wet V rawsIn hIs Reminiscences of an Irish Land Agent the author Sam Ilusscy tells of one of time earliest private car riages used in Kerry The vehicle In question had just been purchased by a certain Miss Mullins who regarded It on Its arrival with almost sacred awe A dance in the neighborhood seemed nn appropriate opportunity for Im pressing the county with her newly acquired grandeur but tho night proving J wet she insisted on reverting to n for mer mode of progression and rode pil lion behind her coachman The result was that she caught a violent chill which turned to pneumonia When her relatives were assembled round her deathbed the old lady exclaimed between her last gasps for breath Thank I goodness I never took out tho carriage that wet night Very little tobacco coming in Three or four loads delivered to the American Tobacco Co yesterday w J2 = 4i = i yrI I yIi i 1- tf Advertisements Inserted under tills head nt one cent a word per week SALEImachineslnmdilncsifStreetfBURR OW or moro tors year at 3 per cent AttenrCdooetc Worlds Desire Huriiiu Chlllkothe Missouri WANTED vv1 rigsport Ky with full particulars WANTED TO TKADE HORSES W horseforton Ky WANTED GOOD LITTON HAGS Wash loodOUOII rags 3 rents a pound llrerkenrldjje News Oili- ceDUROCSJERSEY PIGS FOR SALE andfplltsYonullywhlnThorolllfhhrNII my place 5 u head UII n shipping order 510 HARDAWAYq HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES One way several class colonist tickets to South and Southeast first and third Tuesdays each month at reduced rates Honieseekers Excursions to all points to which homeseekers rates apply Special Occasion Mardi Iras New Orleans nobilc and Pensacola Fla March 27 1905 For the above occasion rate of one fare plus 25 cents on March 1 to 0 in elusive will be made from Cloverport to above named points and return good returning not later than March 11 Tickets may be extended to March 25 on payment of fiO cents Special homeseekers excursions to Southwest Feb 7 and 21 also Match 7 and 21 good to return after 22 days in cluding date of sale Presidential Inauguration Ceremonies larch 4 1905 Washington D C For this occasion rate of 1845 for round trip Cloverport to Washington and return will be made on March 1 2 3i good to return leaving Washington not later than March 8 On payment of 5100 ticket may be extendedreturning March 18- Special Honieseekeis1 excursions to the South Feb 21 March 7 and 21 return limit 22 days including day of saleI One way colonists rates to California and the Northwest March 1 to May lj and Sept 15 to Oct 81 IgOo Special one way colonists rates to the Southwest Ireb21 and March 2J L II ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 46 Dally Fast Train loaves Cloverport 507 A at West Iorst only arrives at Louisville 715 AMI Nol2tllllly Mull and Express leaves Clo verport 954 AM stops lit all wuy stations arrives Louisville 1235 Train No 44 Dally fast mall haves Clo Vfrport 445 p m stops ut all way stiitons atLouIsvillenccolIJIlOdntlon WEST ROUND IIccommodutlon10llvesvlllo 900 am expressleavesattfawesvllleunsvlile arrives St Loads 120 p m Train No 43 Mull and Express dally ar rives Cloverport 728 p m Evansville 1030 p m Stops ut all stations No 45 dully St Louis fast train leaves 010verport 1100 1111 arrives Evunsvlllo 135 A lJuwcsvllleOlVonshoro1 botelnIolllsvlllosleopingcursI andInFordsvillc Branch EAST MOUND lenvesIordsu mTrain leavesFordsvlllep m Train No 6 Sunday only FordsvllleO30 u m Irvington 903 p in WEST ROUND leavesIrvingtoup inTrain pmMISSIONARY MEETING Irvington Ky Feb 21SpecialJ Members of the M E church are making preparations to entertain the representatives from the various chnrobes representing this part of the Elizabethtown district at the mis- SIonary institute which convenes here today and tomorrow Presiding Elder Duvall has arranged a fine program and everything is anspinlons for a great meeting The Womans Foreign Misiionary Society will nold an important gathering alsoKOASX C BX Beari the1ho Kind You Have Always Bough Blgnttnieo AtZVdAL Id to1hAIiMEETMEATNOLTES I ITALKI wanttEspecially good showing of the med ium priced I WEAUK ABLKTO SELL YOy A HUG OXK ANHONIMIALF YARDS UR1SSIUsII A DOLLA1J THAT IS SUNK TO ILKASK 1I IInOOHI II 11FOHIi 11 MATTINGS ETC ANY SPECIALTIES WANT II ED IN FLOOR COVERINGS CAN lET FOR YOU IN A JIFFY IJI MASONIC TEMPLE d CLOVERPORT rrJWfI tIt Ntkr y 1IItPIIr jIWI Cxlick Millir g IND I HELD Aij I SEEDS in the Seed line i towards maintain ing an equable in the house a source of satisfac tion when the frost is on the window plate and you are curious to know how cold it is outside Wo have just the thing you want In addition to the thermometer there goes it a color barometer which foretells all we athc changes from 12 to 24 hours in advance Send us 25 cents and we will you one by mail post paid Or better stillsend us a dollar for a years to the NFw s and we will send you one free lire only have a limited num ber of these Send your order at once and get one before they are all gone- J D BABBAGE Editor BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY I GOES TO FLORIDA Rev S O Christian left Monday morning for Florida where he will spend several weeps assisting in two re vials While Rev Christian is absent his fatherinlaw Rev C T Daniel of ansas City will have charge of the Baptist church A M Squires was here Friday LACECURTAINS CURTAINST00 KYI Of The Many good things which CADICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR 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 palatable with Cadicks Gold Dust Flour A trial sack from your own Grocer demonstrates its usefulness CoGRANDVIEW I Wi tIJ Clover Seed- Orchard Grass Seed TimothyRed Oats Everything Grass at lowest prices KyIMThermometers safeguard temperature with send subscription Hardiusbnrg m U Latham SanitariumI Established 1898 VINE GROVE HARDIN COUNTY KY Chronic Diseases Treated Successfully CHARGES MODERATE Rational Harmless and Satisfying Methods of Treatment FAMOUS FRUIT LANDS OF THE EAST TEXAS COUNTRY Home of the Klberta peach the straw berry plum pear tomato amidl other fruits and vegetables Big money in growing for the northern markets On February 7th and 21st March 7th nod 21st round trip homeseekers tickets from St Louis Thebes Cairo or Memphis to Texas points at rate of one fare plus 2 not exceeding 1 15 One way colonist ticket at half fare plus 42 on February 21st ami March 21stWrite for booklet on Texas fruit lands map and time table LOSCHAEFERTPAtHon 0 CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS GoodUse Subscribe for tho NEWS Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic Millionbottk6Enclosed with every kottle Is a Tee Ceat package of Groves Block Root Liver PusrJ r r i L a yiKy p rwr The Breckenridge News r WEDNESDAY February 22 1005 THE WORST WINTER r IN THE SOUTHWEST t wc Taul Writes About Weather Conditions In Cattle Country t IImprovemen1sIi W CTaul formerly of this county writes to the News from Wan okH Oklahoma as follows- It has been a long time since I wrote anything for your columns We are Iin the icy grip cf one of the worst winters since I have lived in this country It reminds me j1SouthwesternI ot the old Kentucky winters except j that we have had no mud here The I ground has not been free from snow I I since the holidays and we have had 1 1buti very few fair days in that time It has been an exceptional winter for v cold and snow Old stockmen who have been on the range pare fur thirty k years say it is tne worst they have j ever witnessed in this part of tne cat tie country pastxThe country is being more and more turned into farming land as it pays f better than cattle railing The indi cations now are that we will have a fine wheat crop another season as the ground has had more moisture this winter than tor several years Wheat lookS fine In this part of the country The people in general are getting in a better financial condition every year They are building new residences to take the place of their pioneer homes Euch as dugouts and sod shanties and are improving their homes generally When I first came here I traveled for two days without seeing a house or evena human being Today on every quarter section of 100 acres of this same country you will find some one livingI glad to see the farmers taking aucn a firm stand lor their rights and the views also upholding for them Without the farmer we can do noth ing The farmers should te the most independent people but we are not For from thA Calmer all other classes derive their hog and hominy and it is high time the farmers should com bine for better representation in gov ernment and a better price for what they produce Ghe Your Stomach a Rest Your food must be properly digested and assimilated to be of any value to you Tf your stomach is weak or diseased tRite Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It digests what you eataud gives the stomach a rest enabling it to recuper ate take on now life and grow strong again Kodol cures sour stomach gas bloating heart palpitation and all digestive disorders L A Soper of Little Rock Ky writes us We feel that Kodol Dyspepsia Cure deer ves all tI1A commendation that Illn be given it as it saved the life of our little girl when she was three years old She is now six and we have kept it for her constantly but of course she only takes Iit now when anything disagrees I with her Sold by All Drug gists MURDER AT MILLWOOD Leitchfield Ky Feb 111The body of SHUinel Miller a farmer Sty five years old was found at 5 ocloc k yesterday afternoon in the public road near Millwood with his throat cut tram ear to ear It was near the home of Uraysou Layman one of the best kuown mon of the section and this morning Layman gave himself up and is in the custody of the ofli 1 1cer8 here He says he and Miller quar in the road over family matt re and that in a struggl over a weapon wh ch Layman drew and attempted to use Miller was shot and killed Beyond this he refuses to titlk declar ing that what he dtdwas only in self defense The men were neighbors andI family troubles had kept them apart for some time Yesterday they met on the road and the quarrel was re sumed which resulted in Miller s eathIChamberlains 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 everyI where It it especially prized by mothI es of small hildien for colds croup f and whooping cough as it always J affords quick relief and us 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 Haynes NEW POSTMASTER Mattiugly Ky Feb 21Special- I Hardin Walker has moved from here to 1the property on the Cloverport and Hardinsburg road which he recently bought from Jas Perkins Roscoe Lasley has succeeded Mr Walker as postmaster here NIIJ r Seatl J bagaii 1Yi Y- t A L NNNNNNNNNN ON0111NNNN 1NNOWNINN IIThe WaysCincinnati Of IustJ A Mother iiHow 3 tho mother love crops out in unexpected places It is a fact that the average woman would endure mu initiation physical and mentaltortureanythingfor her 1 children There arc no limits 3 Tho other day they had David Edward Richard 10 in a 1 Kansas City court He was a good deal of a scoundrel Ho hadstolen He had lied to the Judge on the bench In the courtroom was a sweet refined good woman his 3 mother and you can not imagine the torture that assailed o her the horror of the publicity the terror that possessed her i as she realized that the doors of tho penitentiary were open 1 to her son What did she do 3 She kneeled down in that courtroom and prayed God to 1 soften the heart of her boy to lead him into ways of right ti cousness to make the Judge know how sho had striven toio bring him up honest to forgive her son fox his crime and = to have mercy upon him and her 1 Do you wonder that the courtroom won silent and that eeloungerr who frequented the place found tears on their 1 cheeks Do you wonder that a boy with a great sob threw him self on his mothers breast and cried Mother God forgive i me I am a liar unda thief 3 The law does not take these things into account The law itself docs not know sympathy or reckon with the hearts 4 iiof clothes but lets bo glad that laws are manmade and e manenforced and that penitence sometimes weighs more than the statutes David Edward Richard will have a chance to redeem himself to prove that he can yet become a man e eAsfor the Mother nothing you could say would make her any more an angel than she is i iF R TIERS JS THE WAY OF MOST MOTHERS I- N11NNN1N11N11NN 1NNN 4 AGAINST TRUST Nashville Teun Feb WMr Henry Fischer of Louisville President of the Tobacco WOrKers International Union has been in Nashville this week arousing interest in a bill which is to be introduced in the Tennessee Legislature to prohibt the Tobacco Trust from operating in Tennessee The bill will be along the lines of the I IS will to or no A the parson whose guess containing the the exact figures Is received before December 25 OOL 5000 00 tho whoso guess containing the exact figures 1104 rand January 15th UKfi 500000 the person whose guess containing the exact fig ures Is on or after Jan 15 and Feb 1005 5000 00 the person whoso guess the exact Is received on or lifter Feb 1 and oeforo Feb 20 1005 tho person whose guess the exact Is on or utter Feb 20 and 500000 the person sending In the nearest guess 00 assist you In making your guesses we give below the Receipts of the Treasury for the last In each during the last year 1001 January 25th 46 3 th 2568311 54 2Sth 78 April 2235074 8 May 23rd 13 Juno 23 485ft33 25th 1710000 60 20th 01 2581441 84 October 31st 2270009 50 November 21 w Ill Sam In on Monday 27th 1005 Texas measure and will seek to put II Eericnn I panies this State afraid of Strong Many people sritfer for years fro in rheumatic pains and prefer to do so rather than take the strong medicines usually given for rheumatism not knowing that quick relief pain may be had simply by Cham berlains Paid Balm without talc ing any internally For by Short Baynes CANVASS March April and May Prof WR Gray of who recently an nounced himself a candidate for State Senator tb tho action of the Republican party will have little time to do extensive Cttnvassiug in the interest his ax he will teach school during these mouths He will teach at the Pleasant schoolhouse in Meade county begin ning ou Monday 6 The school will be for the benefit of teachers and desiring to teach 100 In Cash You need it every day You also need it 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 Lever Soreness and In flammation Try a bottle today TOBAC 30 YIELDS WELL Versailles Ky Feb l5W L Can nol near Midway has finished delivery to V F for the American Tobacco Company in this his crop of 47775 pounds of to which he sold at an average of 11 cents per pound This crop was pro duced on twentyone acres of land which is an average yield of 2275 pounds per acre anil an income per acre for a single season times the estimated value of the land Positively YourLast ChanceDont Miss it Your Last Opportunity Dont Hesitate Act at Once UNDER A RECENT RULING OF THE POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT WILL BE THE LAST CHANCE YOU WILL EVER HAVE OF PARTICIPATING IN ANY FURTHER CASH GUESSING CONTESTS 500 CASH PRIZES J 0IN GIVEN AWAY SIX PRIZES OF 500000 EACH THIS CONTEST ON THE AMOUNT MONEY THAT WILL BE PAID INTO THE TREASURY DEPARTMENT WASHINGTON D C THE 27THDAY OF MARCH 1905 WHICH IS THE LAST MONDAY IN THE MONTH Contest positivelyl close on March 22nd 1905 which is five days before Narch 27th upon which days receipts you estimate The official figures will be known on the next day six days after the contest closes and prizes will be awarded and long time will occur waiting for the result HERE IS LIST OF THE PRIZES To To person lsrocelvedonorafterfeeember25 before received before 1 To containing figures 500000 To containing figures received before Mar 101P05 To correct 5000 To Monday month Year Monday 1002071 February March 2071085 25th 1783083 27th July August 1801075 September 6th28th 2450517 How much money Uncle take March in Medicines from appling and medicine sale CANT MUCH Brandenburg subject of nomination Grove March those Jfaracnmph of just Zeigler buyer city bacco of 31830three THIS OR OF AT ON are immediately To In To tho person sending in the second nearest correctII 00guessTo he person ndiriiiT the third nearest correct I 700 00 Ton person sending In the fourth nearest correct guess 300 00 To the person sending In the fifth nearest correct guess 100 00 To the person sending In the sixth nearest correct guess 50 00 To the next six 125 each A 150 00 To tho next seventeen 10 each 170 00 Te the next sixtysix IS each 330 00 To the next four hundred 13 each 1200 00 500 PRIZES 35000 00 In case ot a tie for any of tho Special or First Six Prizes such prize will be equally divided between contestants Subscription Blank THE BRECKENRIDOE NEWS Cloverport Ky Inclosed find S to apply on Subscription Account Name jl PostoWco State You are entitled to one guess for every dollar paid on Subscription My Guesses of the U S Treasury Receipts for March 27th 1905 are TIlE BRECKENRID3 NEWS J CLOVERPORTKY lJi f J hi i 1tiut iU r GldiIioJu r 1i = hllALa iai ii k i d d J T w Meade County Messenger Allie Burch and Miss Margaret Stiff of Mooleyvillowero married at St Theresa church lust Wed nesdayMonday was the coldest day cf the season in Brandenburg the thermometer registering live degrees below zero at S oclocka in The condition of tho wheat crop is far more promising in this coun ty at present than has been antici pated The heavy snows and sleets have made a line covering during the freezing weather and farmers are enthusiastic over the outlook hoping for a far greater yield than ever seemed possible This has been a hard winter in some respects Every day we hear somebody say that the winters now are colder than they were years ago Of course that is an error Why when many of us wore boys we had snows frequently from twelve to twentyfour inches deep on a dead level It staid with us too for weeks at a time You dont see things now It isnt a matter of cold weather after all merely one of memory United States District Attorney RD Hill has filed suit in the Unit States District Court to enforce the forfeiture of the goods and chattels of the Brandenburg Dis tilling Company the plant of whichwas seized by Deputy Col lector W L Archer of the Inter nal Revenue Department for tho Fifth district The officials arc cited to appear in court to defend the condemnation proceedings on March 13 The Sunshine of Spring The Salve that cures without a scar is DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Cats 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 says 11 was seriously afflicted with a fever sore that was very 2 painful DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cured me in less than a week let the gen nine Sold by All Druggists A BANNER COUNTY Breckenridge is one of the thirty ban ner Sundayschool counties of the State To be in the banner class a county must have thejfollowing require ments First the county and all dis tricts organized officers chosen second a complete statistical report third ap portionment paid in full In Bracken ridge county there are thirtyfour Sun dayschools 2S teachers and officers and l626pupils with nu average attend ance of 1 121 The amounts of money paid by the county for the past five years is as follows 1000 1575 1901 5875 1902 5563 1903 M27 WL 8685 Agonizing Bujns are instantly relieved and perfectly healed by Buoklens Arnica Salve C RivenbarK Jr of Norfolk Va writes II I burnt my knee dreadfully that it blistered all over Bncklens Arnica Salve stopped the pain andI healed it without a scar Also heals all wound and sires 250 at Short Haynes druggists ONE CABINET CHARGE- The following statement has been is sued from the White House The members of the Cabinet have all tendered their resignations and on March 6 they will all be nominated for reappointment with the exception of Mr Wyune who is to be appointed Consul General at London MrCortel you will be nominated on March 6 for Postmaster General ROBERT WEBB BOYD Born on February 12 to Mr and Mrs George Boyd formerly of this city but now of St Louis a sonRob ert Webb READ TillS Richmond Ky Feb 9 1001 Dr E W Hall St outs Mo Dear Sir I have used one bottle of thR Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery for kidney and bladder trouble I weighed 100 pounds when I began using it today I weigh 170 paodnds an I feAl better than I haveI in twenty years and I cheerfully rec ommend it to the public RespectfullyJohn Riddle I A TEXAS WONDER One small bottleot the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emis t slons weaK and lame books rhen 1 lutism and all irregularities of the idnoys and bladder In both men and women regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your I druggist it will be sent by mail on receipt of f1 One small bottle is twoII months treatment and seldom fails I to perfect a ogre Dr E W Hall Sole manufacturer F OBox 020 St Louts Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggists SPECIAL RATES Via Illinois Central R R l New Orleans and Return Account Mardi Gras March 1st to 6th inclusiveCalifornia and The Northwest One way colonist March 1st to Nay i Ifjth inclusive Mississippi Louisiana Etc Homeseekers round trip less than halfII1 fare nne way colonist February and 21stMarch 7th Indian Territory Oklahoma ArII I kansas Texas Etc flomeseekers round trip February rtX11 21st March 7th and 21st One way A4j colonist February 21st and March 21sT HOT SPRINGS ARK Dully Sleeping Cur without rlmngc Chicago ito Hot Springs with connections at Memphis from Cincinnati and Louisville toiiIllinois Central Weekly Excursions CALIFORNIA Excursion curs through to Los Angeles and 1 San Francisco via New Orleans Every Tuesday from Cincinnati and Louisville Via Omaha and the Scenic Route every Wednes day from Chicago Full Pertlcvjlars concerning all of tho above can be hud ot agents of tho Illinois Central or by addressing FW 1IAKLOW DP A Louisville LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE PACKET COI- NCOIllOKATED Fast Mail nnd Passenger Line between Louisville and Evans ville- Steamers Morning Star Tell City Leave Louisville Monday Wednes day Friday and Saturday 4 pm Leave Evansville Monday 10 a m Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 6 p m Through freight rates and passenger tickets to Cincinnati Freight ship ments delivered quicker than by rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville tI75 Clavorport to Evansville l5Cloverport to Owensboro 75 Splendid accommodations for stock General Office 154150I58 4th st Louisville Ky C V WILLIAMS G F and P A GEOH WILSON Supt Cloverport Planing Mill GREGORY CO Prop LUMBERDOORS DOORSSASH SASHBLINDS DOOR AND WINDOW SCREENS SHINGLESLATHS LATHSLIME BRICK CEMENT ROOFING ETC Chintz Royalty Practical Surveyor also Notary Public i 1 can survey your Lands write your Deeds and take the acknowledgement at your home This saves you trouble andcost Your Patronage Solicited Address me at Hardinsburg Ky H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDINSBURO KY Will practice his profession In all of the Courts of and adjoining coun ties Special attention given to collecting road cases and criminal practice License to practice In United States District Courts Office over Bank ot ardinsburg Sour StomacHNo i tress headache constipation bad brutk i general debility sour risings and catarrh f the stomach are all due to Indigestion KtM cures Indigestion This new dtecovery repre cents the natural Juices of digestion u the7 exist In a healthy stomach combined tilt the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dyspepsia Curdoo a only cure Indigestion and dyspepsia but this famous remedy cures all stomach troubto by cleansing purifying sweetening aa4 strengthening the mucous membrane lining the stomach gsIyKodbogyo1Kofel DffMto WtotYmfet lattlu edy ilOO Sfzo Koldlflf 3K ttetilk V wMPrqrdSHlt b tlBold b7 all Druggists S- Ask for the 1905 Kodol Amman l and 200 Year Calendar i a f4- r I Breckenridge News j I WEDNESDAY February 22 1905 R R BRYAN NOT DEAD rn1st to POLITICALLY YET west StilltotCShines For Most Powerful And tauI ts y 21st Detroit United Status Dally Ar he star of destiny still shines for lliom Jennings Bryan He is the powertnl leader of the Democratic bruaryrtyt today He is In the glare of the gather21sSrs cannot gather scores The Savan hleago Sab News complains that Instead of emphlsetlrlDJ to obscurity after his two lIS 10Peeidentlal defeats he bobs up m unexpected places land on every pos sible occasion whereat Ithe Macon es andews retorts MrBryun is today the lle Viniinoat popular living Democrat in all edncs Jhe nation All this gives the Atlanta Constitution an opportunity to say of theMr Bryan retains his great po- pullInafsarlty not through the cheap methods- f a poseur who understands the ad svltlevertising tricks ot the press agent but IllEbecanse more nearly than does any American citizen he em bodies in his personality and expressed Convictions the American ideal of honest fearless statemauship It mat Nebrasea jj kan may fall short of this lofty ideal iin his abilities and accomplishments he may have his failings and even his superficialities he may not have risen5 tyWIa type of the great publicist and commoner so dear to the old Amen can heart and still dear to Americans hues who venerate the statesmanly days of the republic Mr Bryan is acknow w ledged to have few peers as a hiist pm I lings orator and no man nasa right ageto question the sincerity of his impas hip sioned speech Radical hu may be but byhisis the radicalism of conviction deep uncompromising conVIctionand i not the radicalism of the demagogue Any manly man whatever his opinions 1i5 or prejudices cannot but respect tne Iit constancy to principle that Mr Bryan 7t has ever evinced in defeat and the Jck dIgnity with which he has borne him suit Mr Bryan possesses moral quali ties that are all too rare For the rest Mr Bryan stands for r principals tnat millions of his fellow citizens heriah as their political ten ents The fact that tbose he represents j in the fierce forum of lideas are at Ifpr6Aent on the minority does not lessen rtspect due his leadership or the force of hIt individuality That mi nority WilY be a Gideons bund small but strong with the potentialities ot ultimate victory It mjy yet leaven the whole lump of the American body pohttcJliThe Constitution sees no reason why any Democrat should dispraise or disparage Mr Bryan It may be easy to pick flaws In him for whc is concretely exempt from criticism But Mr Brym in the abstrioc is monu mental He fills a large niche in con temporary history AnJ pjllticilly he is not dead 7yet SHOWS TRUE GRIT Such txprfaslons as those included in the two paragraphs below show what true grit extnts among tne farmer such exnresaions may be found inf FROM HEAD TO FOOT I I DoctorIcleanses regulates and Invigorates Stomach Liver and Bowels and so purities the blood And through tho blood It cleanses repairs and Invigorates tho whole system In recovering from grippe or In con valesconco from pneumonia fevers or f other exhausting diseases nothing can equal It as an appetizing restorative tonic r to build up needed flesh and strength It It rouses ovcry organ into natural action r rpromote tho bodily functions and re nltlnII stores and vigor o tr For ovary uisiasi that comes from foul or Weak Stomach a torpid Liver or Im puro Blood rivtiiinnalii Indigestion Bill ousness and tho most stubborn Skin I Scalp or Scrofulous affections the Dis covery is a remedy Dont wheeledbo hypnotized or over per suaded into accepting a substitute only that some selfish medicine seller may make a greater profit on tho Inferior article The Discovery has a great record of nearly forty years with thou sands of cures behind It n Dtnr Sir Sovoral yours ago my blood be- cametO Inpoverlshed and l became run down In 1 health I hAd lilt appetite could nut sleep and was practically unfitted for work Suf fered from Innumerable halls and was In bad shape Dr 1lorcos Gulden Medical DUco cry relieved me of my wretcbed condition 4The medicine bulk up my syatom and restored mo to a normal condition of health I 06 can speak must biddy also of Dr Iloicos Fa vorite Prescription as It leas been used In my family for years In eases of female trouble VAIENTINK PHAUK 140 Goodrich Street Uuffalo N Y Tine Peoplesl Common Sense Medical Adviser by R V Pierce M D Chief Consult hag Pbyslclau to tho Inva lids Hotel and Surgical Institute Buffalo N Y Paperbound FUKE on ro stamlsforbound for 31 cents Addross tho Author as above j nl Dr Pierces Pellets Cure Constipation Suffering Will Not Help Your Disease but Will Weaken Your Nerves Folks who think it Is better to bear pain than soothe Itnro wrong Oldfashioned doctors used to say It was better because they had nothing with which to caso pain but dangerous heartparalyzing drugs But now that a safo remedy has been found Dr Miles AntiPain Pills It Is wrong to suffer for nothing can bo gained but weakened nerves A Bafo rule to remember Is When In pain take an AntiPain Pill This will soothe your quivering nerves Dr Miles AntiPain Pills relievo pain by restoring tho natural secretions In which they differ from opium and sim ilar narcotic drugs which relieve pain by checking tho action of tho glands They are pure and harmless and are tho latest medical treatment for tho cure of Headache Neuralgia Backache Rheumatism Dizziness Toothache Stomachache Menstrual Monthly Pains Also nervo Irritations llko Sea- Sickness CarSickness Sleeplessness Indigestion etc Pleasant to take quick In results- I have used Dr Miles AntiPain Pills for sick nervous headache and have received tho best results I hear properties RAY A WATROS D D Iowa City la Sold by druggists at 25c Money back If first box does not help Never sold In bulk FREE Write to us for Free Trial package of Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills the New Scientific Remedy for Pain Also Symptom Blank Our Specialist will diagnose your case toll you what Is wrong and how to right it- Free DU MILES MEDICAL CO LABORATORIES ELKHART INDo other papers besides the Hancock Clarion whose Floral correspondent a farmer no doubt rays I Some of our farmers say they are living hard and they and their faiuille are being deprived of innny thIngs they need but they are willing lo sat ter all tnese deprivations for a wtill in order to secure an equitable price tor their tobacco It nan been reported this week that the tobacco buyers have said thy were not going to buy any tobacco this year That s all right If they CHI do without our tobacco we can do without their money and we will not raise any tobacco this year but keep the old crop and sell to them next year fcr twenty dollars instead ot eight Grave Trouble Foreseen It needs but little foresight to tII that when your stomach and liver are badly affected grave trouble is ahead unless you tune the proper medicine for your disease an Mrs John A Young of CUyN Y did She says I had neuralgia of the liver and stomach my heart was weakened and I could not eat I was very bad for along time but in Electri Bitters I found just what I neede for they quickly relieved and curel me Best medicine for teak womtn Sold under guarantee by Short Hayntsdrugjisl at r0u a bottle TO OPEN WRONG MAIL The authorities at Washington bar fixed a penalty of a two hundrediolla fins on any person taking oat of the post office mail other than their own All postmasters are liable to make mistakes and get the mail in the wrong boxes and the law says that people must examine their mail before leaving the office and should they receive a piece which is not addressed to them it must be returne I at once That it is the fault of the postmaster makes no difference This law includes newspapers us well as tirstclafs mail There is a class of curious people every where and they areas a rule contempt ibly curious auout letters and other mall matter which they chance to get hold of They will open all letters coming into their possession and often when knowing fall well they dont belong to them They will after redding the letters write on the en velope opened by mistake and without signing their name drop it bacK iu the post office box at night or duri ng the night nbfn uo t dH r ved This class of curious individuals Is warned to be careful in the future U they open hereafter mail which does not belong to them they must sign their name and state why they opened the same whether by accident or de sign RANK OF CHURCHES Dr H K Carrolls statistics for 1004 give the rank of the churohts in menca as follows Catholics 10233824 tfethoiist 0210788 baptist 5150810 Lutheran 1780750 Presbyterian 1007097 Episcopal 807031 Reformed 401001 jatterda Saints 843250 United Brethren 273 200 Evangelical bodies 1 4700 Jewish 143000 Friends 117005 Duukards H4 111 Adventists 82418 Mennonites GO 053 ELOPE TO CANNELTON Mr Lon Mattlngly and Miss Daisy Pate runaways trom Hardinsburg Ky drovjs through the cold weather Tuesday from that burg to Clov r Jd2 erport thenco to Hawesville by tralDII and crossed to this city on the IceII bent on matrimony Securing the necessary papers from Clerk Lindeuian they proceeded to the Cottage Hotel Squire Robinson was sent for and In his usual clever style made them man and wife They ate dinner and stArte for home earl in the afternoon The bride slipped away tram school on Monday joining her ailianced on the read noae Cannelton Telephone OATSSTADER Elizabethtown Ky Fb 10 G L Oats a prominent merchant of Vino Grove and Miss Ida Stader the attractive daughter of Mr J C Stader of the santa town were marred there by the Rev B F Un an of HodgenvilleMiss is a sister ofH L Stader of this city who with Mrs Stader a tended the wedding REMEMBER THE MAINE Havana Feb 15 Memorial services wets held today for the ictiins at the Maine disaster which occurred February 15 1808 In further obser vance of the anniversary an American Hag and a number of wreaths were placed on the wreck THEY EAR 1905 Had you noticed any peculiarity of the year 1U05 It began and ends on Sundar Sunday was the first day of the week month and year Five mouths nave live Sundays each The tint and last months have five Sundays each giving us Hftytnree Sundays in the year Easter falls upon the fourth Sunday of April TOBACCO TRUST TOO At last August W Mlohen woo was formerly at the head of the rural free delivery system is in the penitentiary having been convicted of postal frauds The suggestion of Presjdent Roosevelt that the heady of the bet trust lJe dealt with similarly is a good one And the moving spirits in the tobacco trust should be sent along to keep them company Morganfield Sun MUCH ENCOURAGED Them Christian people of Louitvill are much encouraged by the success of the first weeK of the reat revival in that city During one day eighteen simultaneous meetings were held by evangelists and three mass meetings the total attendance being 20000 and the conversions numbeing 850 Startling But True People thb world over were horrified on le rung of the burning of a Jhicagi theater in which nearly six hundred pople lost their lives yet more than five times this number or over 3000 people tied from pneumonia in Chicago dnrng the same year with scarcely a passing notice Every one of these cusses of pneumonia resulted from a cold and could iave been pre vented by the timely use of Chambe Iains Cough Remedy A great many who bad evey reason to fear pneumon ia have wardedit off by the prompt use of this remedy Tne following is an instance of this sort Too much cannot be said in favor of Chamberlains Cough Remedy anl especially for colds and influenza know that It cured my daughter Laura of a se vere cold and believe saved her Ute when she was threatened with pneumonia W D Wilcox Logan New York Sold by Short Hayne- sCENTENNIAL NQTES New Hampshires building at the Lewis and Clark Centennial will tie ia reproduction of the birthplace of Dan let Webster The finest collection of tiger skins ever exhibited will form part of 11tt1s display at the Lewis and Clark Fair An elaborate display of toys will tea feature of Switzerlands fJlOOOU exhibit at the Lewis and Clark Centen nialAn airsnip tournament will be an attraction at the Lewis and Clerk Ex position Largo prizes will be award ed to the successful contestants lars of exLiliits for the Lewis and ClArk Centennial are arriving daily and the displays are being stored iIn the finished buildings A company of marines from the United States navy will give daily drllli and maintain a model camp at the Lewis and Clark hxposition The gigantic statue of Vulcan iin iron which was exhibited at th t Worlds Fair by Birmingham Ala will hold a prominent place on the grounds at the Lewis and Clark Exposition Deserved Popularity To cure Constipition and Liver troll b 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 and harmless but effective and sure Their universal me for many years is a strong guarantee of their popularity and usefulness Sold by All Druggsta THE NEW NAVY When Uncle Sam has finished all the hips now building for him hip navy sii need for a manning of all its vessels 150S7 officers and 02808 men This is more than twice as many an the law now provides for Ir II CORRESPONDENTSII tli Strive always for accuracy and scorn a fakt Keep your personal Hues and dislikes out of your copy Write each separate item in a para graph as ear h of these rules is pioted Do not say Rev m1tb or Dr Jones but say Rev lobn Smith or Dr u J Jores Cram as much meaning as possible into the fewest words compatible with clearnessFacts not words are wanted Peo lId read newspapers not to pups away tiiue blll to learn what is going on in the world Write across the short way of the paper not aoribs the long wily and on but one side of the paper It is handler tor the priuteip Birtnday parties wedding aunt ver twrien and social gatherings generally are alwaysI worth mure or less spact accordug to their importance Avoid throwing bouquets when there is no occasion for them for adulterated and indlsuriuiinatetaffy is abominable ana disgusting but at the same time there are many pleas ant things which can be properly and well said and which ought to be siiid The piper desires to please the people Avoid trivial I Itemsneh as neat neighborhood visiting Tor trips to town t trillle uulesj there IS some thing special in connection Remem ber tint the qtnatiuo is not want shall be printed bul what shall be left out on account of crowded col umns Do not pnt in anything merely to till t1 p- In telling of marriages give na UPS Parent or in or near tile county the time and place of the wedding name of the nlUclatinc minister where the honey mom will be spent if H trip is taker where the happy couple will live and other interesting details known In cases of deaths tell name P age time and cause ofjdeath time and place of funeral service and burial with name of officiating minister in all cases In cases of children give names of parents In eases of persons nearly grown or grown additional fact snould be gtveiI depending upon the importance of the person or family in the community Additional facts such as place of birth names of parents= when where and to whom married hov nanny surviving relatives and how lou residing in thq community are usually in order Obituary poetry is trot wanted If good it usually is not originall if original it usually is not good POSITION IN SLEEP According to Dr Fiscner of Berlin the moat eHaotiv ponition of sleep for obtaining intellectual rest is to keep the head low and thefee slightly elevated Failing this the body should at any rate be horizontal so as to irrigate the brain well The habit of sleeping with head low and feet high is according to the dctor n remedy for brain troubles and soine internal maladies It cau tin adopted gradually Henry Wattersons Letters from Europe Will Be A Leading Feature of The CourierJournalDuring THERE WILL BE MANY OTHER ATTRACTIVE DEPARTMENTS ALL GOING TO MAKE A COM PLETE NEWSPAPER Mall Rates Daily CourierJournal 1 year 6 Daily and Sunday 1 year8W- eekly 1 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nifiit Vat tracts of pgricultiml1 lands uncultivated quart units of forett whole sections underlaid with vmiiaMr minerals these are examples of the South Vests Open Door to Success Write for illustrated liteiHture or better still Go and See For Yourself- An ounce of personal investigation is worth a pound of description EXCEPTIONALLY LOW RATES TO TEACH AGAIN The trustees at Tobmsport have so cured Prof A Powell to teach tho school at tnat place another year Prof r The tst and 3d Tuesdays of Each Month GEOII LEE G P A II IL MCGUIRE D R A Little Rock Ark Cincinnati o Powell is one of Perry countys best educators Many teachers of the county became toaohers under his guidance 1 The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY February 22 100S IRVINGTON H H Kemper is in Nelson oust on business John Kendall Of Gnston was herer Saturday i LOT Bishoff is OU the sink list He II- r is suffering with the rip Dr Moreuian was called to soy Dr Tom Hendricks at Webster Dr Glosscock was at Jolly lost weel k attending some smallpox cases f Mrs Clara H Lewis will meet agali i with her music class next Thursday Union prayer meeting at Presbtenar + church Thursday evening at 7 oclock Cottng prayer meeting for next Friday night at the Methodist parson age Miss Ada Henderson attended quarterly meeting and was the guest of I Mrs Edward Drapes Mrs Con Bland and son Roy left Ind tnelr re Sunday for Carlisle 1 1cently adopted home Mrs Tom Davis and Miss Bettie i Davis came in fnui Basin Springs to attened quarterlymeeting Quarterly conference convened Saturday i and Sunday at the MEchurcb the Rev Duvall presiding MIPS Tula Daniel of Hardmsburg and hiss Ada Lewis of Louisville were the guests of Mrs Nora Board Willie Lewis of Owensboro was here the Ilast week to see his mother Mrs Elizabeth Webb Lewis Mrs Fidelia Galloway goes to Lou isville tnls week to see her son Ernest and wife who have recently moved there Di and Mrs Paul Dempster and Master Philip concluded a visit Monday to their parents Mr and Mrs Nester Lyons Clint Adkisson left Saturday night for Lewtsport to visit George W Akers the insurance agent who is ill with typhoid fever Mrs Robt Tuttle of Gleudeane was in town Monday en route to Louisville and was the company of Mrs Charlie Redwan Mrs lame E King made a fine tale of Bronze Turkeys last week two of them netting her 440 apiece the whole amount being X292 Miss Edith Marshil resumed her duties at the teachers desk Monday after several days AbsencA from school because of a tall on the ice Mr Hays from West View stopped oft enronte home from Owensboro where blot went to attend the state meeting or the Y M C Aand was a i visitor nt Taylor Dowtlls while here- In a letter to some friends here S W Pants and family who left hereabout QUA mouth ago for Southwestern Texas to locate say they me rely much disttisHed tnere and will re turn to Kentucky at once Rev John Reid Jr of Great Falls Mont recommended Elys Cream helm to me I can emuhasiie his tnUtneut P is a positive cure for catarrh if used as directed Rev Frauds W Poole Pastor Central Pres Church Htltrun Mont Attar neiuit Elys Cream Biiluj six iraeka 1 believe m self cured of ca tarrh Joseph Stewart Grand Ave Buffalo N Y The Balm doer not irritate or unnte sneezing Sold by druggists at 50 ctsor mailed by Ely Bothers BO Warren St Nw Yorker GARFIELD airs O M Prlwt is very III IIAnb r Ater went to Hurdinsburg Sntwrdtty Mrs Minor Camptou isI sulfuring Ilupripp Iiwith Stone the dentist from Falls of Hough IH here this week I T A r1l1 visited1 his parents at Ouster Saturday nrfd Sunday Hnwkini Htnith 1list a very tine cow Itk CHU W of death old i ugeII tii PipersFeed71 give it something to live on Then it will stop falling and will grow long and heavy Ayers Hair Vigor is the only HairVigor hair food you can buy For 60 years it has been doing just what we claim it will do It will not disappoint you MjrI loilr ned In lie very hart lint niter iitlnir A i Iliiir Vitfru lmrt ttae It begun t er w and now ii u fourteen Inclim Imiig Tlil otkiiK a udmdld rnmilt to me afterbeing ttliuoit willally hair- oMilt J II 1IKKi Colorado Spring p1 fl1nttle Jr AYKK All inifiii n Ijiwfll Ilan foraU43BCUWWM KVCMbMtftfWIBMVfltatttMi Short Hair HEAD SOLID SORE I Awful Suffering of Baby and Sleepless Nights of Mother CURED BY CUTICURA Skin Fair as a Lily with no Scar to Recall Awful Sore Writes Mother U I herewith write out In full the beginning and end of that terrible disease eczema which caused my babe untold Buffering and myself many sleepless nights II My babe was born seemingly a fair healthy child but when she was three weeks old a swelling appeared on the back of her head and in course of timo broke It did not heal but grew worse and the sore spread from the size of a dime to that of a dollar I used all kinds of remedies that I could think of but nothing seemed to help j in fact it grew worse Her hair fell out where the sore was and I feared It would never grow again It continued until my aged father came on a visit and when ho saw the baby he told me to get Cutl cura Soap and Ointment right IlwnyII II To please him I did so and to my surprise by their use the sore began to heal over the hair grew over it and today she has a nice head of hair her skin Is as fair as a lily and she has no scar left to recall that awful sore and it is over eight months and no sign of its returningMrs I Rrun Elk River MinnI1 Cure permanent So writes Mrs flyer Feb 25 1903 six years later Your letter of the 19th inst received asking in regard to the cure of my baby some six years ago Well the disease has never returned to her head which otII that time was a solid sore on top and down the back Once or twice since then a patch has conic on her hand near the wrist but it dually disappeared I after proper treatment with Cutlcura Sold throughout the world Cutleurt ItctolTent SOeI In terra of Choeoltte Coated Illli tie viol of 60 lilntmenlOc Sopik Jepot London 1 hitter heave SQI ttrtt IHuedeU Pix i Ooitnn 137 Columbus IroprldorDr I I Cleveland Brock who is attending school at flamed was home Saturday and HunclajrMiss Maud Bullock ot Basin t Springs was visiting in this commun iity lust wetkIMrs Charles Conklin and daugh ter Miss Audry returned to Leitoh tield Monday John Nichol = of Louisville was here Thursday and Friday of last week buying produce Mrs Paul Compton of Haidmsburg I visited her parnuts Mr and Mis Jesse Macy last week s Mrs Ella Mattingly visiteJ her daughter Mrs Harvey Triplet near IrriugtouSundey i Rev E B English filled his reg ular nppoiutuint at the Baptist church here Saturday and Sunday i He has accepted the care of the church for another year This is his fourth yeir withi this church Poisons in Food a Perhaps you dont realize that munII 1pain poison = originate in your ioodIi but some day you way f el a twinge of dyspepsia that will convince you Dr Kiings New Life Pills are guar anteed to cure all sicKness due to poisons of undigested fondor money bflok 2Jo at Short S Haynes drugt store Try them t BEWLEYVILLB Mrs Rosa BUttford is on the sick 1 list t Miss Ada Stub is quite ill of rheuma tism Robert Cain has been quite sick for several days Miss Verdie Rubhuou is very sick with typhoid fever flies l1itnt it Walker vis ted her uncle Phil at Rosetta last waek Wlton of Garfield is very sick at IHhome of his sou Eli Wilson Cain1 of Rosetta is the fatherIPhilip ofK little SOil now about H month old IlIr and Mrs Chas Drury attended j he quarterly meeting at Irvington Sun lay Missel Mar Richardson and Blanche Jolly spent Tuesday the guests of Miss Bevie CainII Tbos J Jollys evergreen Sunday school has been considerably suaoptd by Jack Frost The meeting of the W F M S last Fruity with Mrs Thos J J011OS a pronounced success Thousands of pounds of tobacco are raised every day around the stoves at our sloes they say The young people at Horace Snyders had their young friends to spend the evening with theta last Thursday We consider midwinter a very unfavorable time to hold a mission ry in stitute Still a crowd isi not necessary to insure success and trust we all may be benefited bl the one held at Irving ton thus week Golden Rod HARblNSBURG J W Guthrie is on the skit list J G Brodieof Chenault is visiting friends here W S Ball was in Louisville a fey days of last week C M McQlothlnn of West Point was in the city Monday- S A Pate was in West Point Thursday on a luismess trip D M Ellison will leave shortly tot PittsDnrg where he hue employment- Hon R M Jolly of Irvington was in the city Thursday on n business tripEzekiel Rhodes who has been seri ously ill for the east week is improv ing Charles O Reynolds of Lexington n well known revenue olHcer was in town Friday Paul Compton has been appointed agent for the Northwestern Life Insurance Io- L A Faurest ot Elizabethtown was among tne visiting attorneys at tending circuit court The Rev G S King filled his reu ular appointment at the ME church tiontn last Sunday Miss Lena Hensler entertained the Ladies Club Saturday afternoon atI her home on Main street Hon D 0 Moorman R G Robert son and Eli Deuce of Ulendeane were In the city Monday Hughes Frymire of Union Star was the guest of Mr and Mrs W FIBook several days of last week Sheriff Frank P Payne who hire been sick since court commenced was able to be present MonduyII Robertson K Dean shipped 150 head of cattle to the Louisville market Saturday They received atiefactorII prices Dr John E Kincheloe was called to Fordsville Saturday to sex Dr E P 1 Rogers who is ill of iijilamuiatory rheumatismD of Louisville was hero several days of last week taking proof in some pension claims He is a special examiner of the Pension Bu reaD Il Gen D R Murray and family will remove to Glendeane this week where they will reside in the future He will retain his office here and come and return on the train The spelling bee given by the La lies Aid Society at the new Masonic Hall was a success The net proceeds vas cll Miss Allieue Murray received the prIze for the best speller Dr Thompson delivered a good leo SouthIraursday True Amencanipiu He plead I strongly for a better observance ot the jabbutnII the visiting attorneys hiRullI Miller and James Sklllraan of Owens icroT H Graham of Leitchiield j and Yi G Babbiige ot Clover por- tOBITUARY Ullie Brickey died at McQuadyl of I complication of disensas after a long llness He was born Supt 5 1881 I died Feb 10 1005 at the tender age of fifteen yearp live months and ire days Ollie professed faith in Christ at the age of twelve and uni tfd with the Baptist enured at Mo JUiady living a devoted Christian un tll his death I It was truly said to know Ollie was tu love him He was an obedient sou md always willing to make any sao ifice for the happiness of his parents md because of his kindlv tcts he was oved and esteemed by nil who knew tim low hard it was to give him up This gentle loving boy jj- To Mink of sorrows bitter cup To lose this earthly joy Moving parents cease to weep He hats gone to live above The Ollie you laid away to sleep Is now where all is light and love A Friend IN COURT OF APPEALS Frankfort Ky Feb 17Swnrt Jovs Breckenridpe Bank agreement iled appellee given ten days from Feb ruary 20 to file additional brief DOWN IN GEORGIA Mrs iU W Henryof Irvington is spending the winter at Macon Geor gin with her daughter Mrs J A iVaifield She writes home that she is mjoyiug sunshine and flowers and uiviug a west delightful visit MOVE TO INDIANA Irvingtou Ky Fee 21Speoial j Can Blands family moved train rvingtun lust week to Carlisle nd where Mr Bland hits n good position- in a store LONGEST SINCE 187 Uncle Shad Weatherholt ot Tob I nqporr says that the recent cold spell tho backbone of which was broken nat week was the ingest since 1857 flfI jIORIEigoanths1hsKind YOU Hava Always Boayll UgnlLtullill Jill Humors Arc impure matters which the skin liver kidneys and other organs can not take care of without help thcro is such an accumulation of them They litter the whole system Pimples boils eczema and other eruptions loss of appetite that tired feeling bilious tuvns fits of indigos tion dull headaches and many other troubles arc due to them Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Remove all humors overcome all their effects strengthen tone and invigorate the whole system- I had salt rheum on my bands so tbot I could not work I took Hoods Sarsaparilla and It drove out the humor I continued its use till the sores disappeared MBS IBA 0 DROWN Rumford Falls Me Hoods Sarsaparilla promises to euro and koops tho promis- ePATESVILLE Mrs Dave Clark ie sick William Powers in on the sick list Bert Day was in Hawesville Satur dayBell Fryimre of Tell City Ind was the guest of his narents Sunday Samuel Flowers of near this place is very low of dropsy of the heart Two of Bert Days children who have been very sickare improved some lI Prof Ueorge May of Floral spent Saturday night with William Fawver Clifton Baker of Floral was tne guest of his cousin Marvin Baker TuesdayFred who hus been danger ously ill for several days is slowly improvingRev failed to till his reg ular appointment here Sunday and Sunday night On account of the illness of Fred Young Miss Mollie Fdwver will not nter school at Hawesville until the joining week Mrs B F Arbru was called to the I ledMdeof her son William of near HawesvilK who is very ill of inflam matory rheumatism j School diced here Friday andon ac count of Miss Anna Lambs illness Miss Mollio Fawver had to taKe charge of both rooms and conduct the oiosing exercises Several of the young men of this place attended the exhibition at Pow trs schoolbouse Friday night Two hundred and titty people assembled in the house and the crowd was sn douse they were dismissed MATTINGLY Ed Button and family are all sick C B Pate is moving to Cloverport this week Marion Jackson who has smallpox is reported better Born to the wife of Luther Pate a daughter Lucy Jane f Miss Lila Burdess of Tarfork is visit ing her sister Mrs Luther 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