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S THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSp ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT J VOL XXIX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 1 1905 8 Pages NO 33 I r+ zs rr 1 GENERAL REVIVAL IS IN PROGRESS Christian Men And Women Lead By Rev Newsom Seek Greater tReligious Activity In The City Il The revival in progress at the M E church South is attracting more attention and arousing more interest than any similar meeting in this city H several years It is not merely a Methodist revival but a general reviv al The Christian men and women of the city intended that it shall be such and are assisting Rev J T Newsom who is holding the services to make IitsuchSince Tuesday of last week Rev Newsom has preachd twice daily at 280 oclock in the afternoon and 7 oclock in the evening and Sunday at 11 oclock also and he will continue these services throughout the week Large attentive congregations have heard his sermons earnest plain spoken and full of truths that find ready entrance to the hearts of his f hearers and implant there a desire fort better living before the world The work of awakening greater re ligious activity among the people of Cloverport is beingpudhed systemati cally by Rev Newsom and the Chris tian men and women of the city especially the latter whom Rev New som has been organi zing for the pur pose of conducting a thorough canvass from shop to shop store to store etc in the interest of the revival amoLg the men of the sit Special meetings aro being arranged for the coming week and there are other features which will 1be found in the notes be low intended to assist in making the revival a successNOTES Excellent music an d singing assist materially in making the revivall a success The singing is done by the combined choirs of the Methodist Presbyterian and Baptist churchesac companled by the following musicians b Misses Ida and Mannie White on the r6rgan and piano and Messrs Geo Hutohings of Trenton Ky and IVill Mitchel of Elkton Ky on the slid ing trombone and cornet At several services Lilbon Smith violinvst has assisted the other musicians Rev IJewsom preached an excellent sermon Sunday afternoon to young man and young women A ladies prayermeeticg is being held every afternoon in the Sunday school room at 2 oclock This afternoon Rev Newsom will preach at the Henderson Route shops from 480 to 030 oclock to the em ployes of the railroad Sunday afternoon Rev ITewsom will preach a sermon for men only boys other fourteen to be excluded Rev Newsom will preach on scientific and psychological facts partaming to the welfare of wan A special service for railroad men and their families will be held by Rev Newso m next Friday evening i Tho attendance at the Monday even ing service was the largest since the beginning of the revival showing that interest is rapidly growing Every seat m tho rostrum church proper and Sundayschool room was filled One man present hadnt been in church In seven years Thee were a number of conversions The invitation to attend the reviva 11- is cordially extended to nil Hundreds have heard one or more sermons and no one can afford to miss an intellec tual and spiritual treat like that which is now afforded T With leaders like Rev Newsom and Rev King great work will DO done A Safe Cough Medicine For Children In buying a ough medicine for children never be afraid to buy Cham berlains Cough Remedy There is no danger from it and relief is always sure to follow It is especially valuable for colds croup and whooping cough For sale by Short A Haynes A GREAT REVIVAL The following are the results of the great revival in Louisville Estimated number who joined church Sunday 1000 Estimated total number who protess ed faith Ip Christ 7000 Total number who signed cards showing interest 12OQO Number who heard one or more sermons during the two weeks 130000 CARD OF THANKS Mrs Lydia Bandy wishes to express her thanks to her many friends and neighbors for loving acts of kindness shown ner during the late illness and death of her husband BIG INCREASE IN PROPERTY VALUE Total Amount Of Taxable Wealth Of County Is 385 869News Of Interest At Hardinsburg1 Hardinsburg Ky Feb 28 Spe cialCounty Clerk W F Hook has completed the recapitulation of the tax book for the year 1005 It Hhows that the amount of taxable property in the county is 3854809 This is an increase over last rears list which was 3702220 The raised list as finally fixed by the Board of Supervisors was 180000 The Cumberland Telegraph and Telephone Co have granted to their subscribers at this place the privilege of using their wires to Irvington free of charge This is due to the business ability of their local manager C T McClanahan who realized that a liD eral polmy would increase the busi ness of the company Leslie Walker of Kirk has rented a store roum in the Masonic Temple where he will conduct a firstclass bakery He will commence business about the middle of March or the first of April Mr Wultcer formerly conducted a similar establishment at FordsvilleHenry Jolly the county surveyor was ordered in the case of Ralph Lucas on petition to relocate the new read recently established running from Buras to the Ouster road along the line between T W Brown and Steve Davis and W H Carman the road to be located along the line as indicated in J W Browns deed Malcolm Dowell has purchased the Ben HHrdin farm lying near Rosetta of Richard Witt The consideration was 2000 C L Hawkins has sold his farms to Frank Fraizo of Oloverport pre tparatory to moving to Nebraska The trustees of the Baptist church will remodel their church building sometime in the early spring The Masons expect to have Gov Beckham and his stall present at their picnic on Tune 10 In the county court Monday a judgment for triO and costs was ren dered against the estate of Daniel Haynes deceased for back taxes Mr J M Allen lug E Jacob Street Louisville Ky says My wife has for some time been troubled with rough hands and tatter After using about onehalf bot tle of Par camph thu trouble has dis appeared much to her satisfaction 1 u ed it also on my sore foot tender trom much walking and it gave me great relief Patacamph makesthe skin soft smooth and healthy MISSIONARY MEETING Irvington Ky Feb 2SpecialT- ne missionary institute held here on last Tuesday and Wednesday by Rev PoV Duvali was a most inter esting occasion The addresses and discussions were helpful and inspir ing The womans meeting on Wed nesday afternoon vas presided over by Miss Tola Daniel who presented the work in the foreign field and Miss Ada Lewis who gave an exhaustive account of the home mission work A womans home missionary society was organized with thirteen mem bers JNO BOWMER DEAD Jno Bowmer an old and highly respected negro died Monday morning athis home on the Stephensport road several miles from town Death was due to senility and a complication A wife and several chlldern survive The funeral was held yesterday MRS DAVIS DEAD Garfield Ky Feb 28Special Mrs Steve Davis who had been ill of consumption for nearly a year died Feb 21 and was buried here She leaves a husband fopr children a father two brothers three and sisters H N ADAMS KILLED- Mr and Mrs H A Oelze were called to Leitchfield Monday afternoon by a telegram announcing the death of H N Adams who was killed in an explosion Mr Adams was a brotherinlaw ot Mr OelzeGREAT ACHIEVEMENT Gondo Switzerland Feb 24pier cing of the Simplon tunnel through the Alps was completed at 720 o clock this morning The work was commenced in 1805 Work was begun over seven years ago The Swiss and Italian govern ments jointly financed the undertaking share and share alike at the cost of 15000000 WINS A BRIDE IN- SOUTHERN TOWN Wickliffe Dellaven Of This City To Be Married To Miss Mattie Clyde Bonner Of Mexia Texas Wickliffe DeUaveti the popular and well known Henderson Route engI- neer of this city will re married to Miss Mattie Clyde Bonner ot Mexia Texas tomorrow morning at 10 oclock The ceremony will be per formed at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs W E Bonner at Mexia At noon tomorrow Mr ana Mrs DeHaven will leave Mexia for a bridal trip to Houston New Orleans Mobile Pensacola and other southern points About Morcn 10 they will leave for this city where they will maku their home Mr DeHavens approaching mar riage is a genuine surprise to his friends who had no intimation of his engagement to Miss Bonner until the invitations to the wedding were received Mr DeHaven met Miss Bonner m September 1003 when she was the guest rf Miss Ethel Oelze Miss Bonner graduated from Jessa mine Institute at Nicholasville Ky but also attended college at George town where she met Miss Oelze Cor respondence followed the first ac quaintance of Miss Bonner and Mr DeHaven Lust year in the spring and in the fall Mr DeHaven made two visits to Miss Bonner at her home at Mexia but ostensibly and as nis friends thought he went on hunting trips to tie Southwoit and their en gagement followed Mr DeHaven has been with the Henderson Route for about thirteen years and has been one of its most capable engineers He has many friends nere and at other points in the o ounty Miss Bonner is well remem bered here as an attractive and charm ing young lac- yHOLDING 125000 POUNDS Tarfork Ky Feb 2SSpecial Tarfork local union No 1 A S of E met at Tarfork Saturday evening The meeting was presided over by O W Elmore Chairman and E E Hook Secretary Dennie Sherran C L Goff and J N Chaucellor gave a very inter esting talk each on the subjects of raisin tobacco corn and potatoes The lodge is in good working order It has an etiiollment of about thirtylive members representing about 125000 pounds of good tobacco which is held strictly for three eights Mr Buyer you would do exceedingly well to see Denuie Suerrau Chas Tabelitig and W H Robbins These are the three men appointed by the lodge to sell this tobacc- oPROMOTERS DUTIES An Associated Press dispatch from Cincinnati says The big deal to corner the whit burley tobacco crop of 1901 has been declared offand the efforts of the promoters of the Growers Association will be concentrated on these three lines Aiding Secretary Garfield of the Bureau of Corporations iu the investigation of the Tobacco Trust proposed in a resolution by Representative Kehoe of Kentucky laying plans for keeping the farmers band ed together to corner the crop of 1905 keeping the farmers from getting pan icky and urging them to send their crops to the Cincinnati market where independents will have the same opportunity as the trust lot bidding thus maintaining price- sPARTNER ARRESTED C M Smith one of the proprietors of the Brandenburg Distilling Company aud sole owner of an apple brandy dis tillery at Andyville Ky was arrested at the office of United States Marshal A D James today on a charge of carrying on the business of a distiller with intent to defraud the United States of the tax on spirits distilled Mr Smith is a partner of Thomas J Greenwell who was arrested in Collect or Crafts office several weeks ago on a similar charge The bond has nut been fixed Smith will be tried on the charge named above at the coming term of the Federal Court which begins on March 13 Mondays Louisville Post BIG APPROPRIATION Washington Feb 23 Without a dollar being added or subtracted the River and Harbor Appropriation bill passed the House today after the session had run well into the evening The total amount carried by the bill is 17234657 POLITICAL NEWS AT HARDINSBURG Democratic Committee Meets Next ittondayiMay Call PrimaryLott Favored By Many Republicans Hardinsburg Ky Feb 23Spec- ialChairman Thomas JMoore has issued a call convening the county committee of tho Democratic party or Monday March 0 for the purpose of fixing the time place and manner cf nominating the candidates for the various county olHo 3 More candidates for office have entered the arena than were anticipated and it is pos sible that the committee may order a primary though the party organiza tion hopes tn avoid this necessity At any rate the town will be full of can didates and thelrfrienas next Monday and a lively time is predicted Many prominent Republicans in this counts favor the nomination of the Hon John Y Lott of Lewisport as the candidate for State Senator They argue that the claims of Hancock county ought to be recognized Mr Lott ie a gentleman of fine appearance and genial manners and is said to be a splendid stump speaker Party leaders generally throughout the district think there is good chance to elect the nom ineeand they expect to conduct a vig orous campaign The nomination will probably be made sometime in the early summtr R N MILLER ARRESTED Indianapolis Feb 25R K Miller an attorney in the Baldwin block has been arrested here for a charge ot per jury The Sentinel says the arrest was made on an affidavit sworn to by William Smith who claims that Miller swore falsely to a marriageaffida vit that permitted Smiths daughter to marry John T Cowles a student at the Central College of Physicians and Surgeons The youug people secured a license Monday afternoon and were married by Justice Stout The next day Smith wfcnt to the County Clorks office and it is said was assured that Miller had vouched to the statement that the girl was of marriageable age Miller declares that this is not the case and that he vas a mere witness to the granting of the license Mr Miller was formerly 01 this city and county attorney I By the Tonic Route The pills that acts as a tonic and not as a drastic purgeare DeWitts Little Early Risers Tbey cure Headache Constipation Biliousness etc Early Risers are small easy to take and a safe pill MacK Hamilton hotel clerk at Valley City k D says Two bottles cured me of chronic constipa tion Sold by All Drugeist- sIMPRESSES CHINN Washington Feb 2iWhen Representative Trimble presented Jack China to President Roosevelt this morning the strenuous Executive was more than delighted Jol Chinn said he was aI BryanRoos velt Dem onrat and the President laughed all overhand showed more than the usual number of teeth He allowed his other callers wait a few minutes while he and the Kentuckian chatted Col Chinn says Bryan and Roosevelt are the greatest men in the country NOTICE Notice is hereby given that there has been established and is now existing in the city of Cloverport Breckenridge county and stateof Kentuckya corpor atiun the name of which is the Clov erport Water Light Ice Company and that orocess war be had on said corporation in any suit that may be brought within the state of Kentucky by service of the same on Marion Weatherholt its president or in the event of his necessary absence from Breckenridge county then upon A L Fort vice president Done at Cloverport Ky this 18th day of Feb 1005 R L Oelze Seoty Cloverport Water Light x Ice Co SMITH DUNCAN DEAD Smith Duncan age fifty died last Friday morning of cancer of tne head after a lingering illness of several years He was a son of the late Pnllo Duncan and was born and reared here He was abrother of Mrs R B Pierce and Henry Duncan The funeral was hell Friday afternoon the interment being at the Murray graveyard Col Lafe Green ot Falls of Rough was here dunday Home Made Have your cake muffins and tea bis cuit homemade They will be fresher cleaner more tasty and wholesome Royal Baking Powder helps the house wife to produce at home quickly and eco nomically fine and tasty cake the raised hotbiscuit puddings the frosted layer cake crisp cookies crullers crusts and muffins with which the readymade food found at the bakeshop or grocery does not compareRoyal greatest of bakeday helps ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK SOLICITOR TO BE j IN BRECKENRIDGE Equity Tobacco Warehouse Man Will Come Here From Daviess Hancock is FirmOther Notes The Owensboro Inquirer stated last week taut President Dunn of the Davi ss county union of the Ameri can Society of Equity had received word from Ohio Hancock and Mc Lean counties that a very large quan tity of tobacco from these counties will be sent to Owensboro and stored there an advance of 41 a hundred pounds to be made to the growers on the warehouseman described Iin the News last week In this connection the Inquirer says Inquiries are also coming from Breckenndge countyand net week a man will be sent to that county to solicit totacco The four cbunties namel produce a certain class ottobacco which in different from that of any other section of the dark district and the ontrol of it would put the society in a position of invincibility The Hancock county union of the American Society of Equity has adopted the following icsolution Whereas the member of the A S ct E are thoroughly determined to sell their tobacco for three eights or not sell it all and Whereas Our sister county of Hen derson has appointed a committee to confer with the counties of Webster Union and Daviess upon a proposition to scale the price a small fraction therefore be it Resolved That we are opposed to taking any backward steps and that the members of the A Sof E of Han cock county Ky dn hereby implore the above named counties to stand pat on three eights In the House Judiciary Committee Saturday D H Smith called up the Kehoe Tobacco Trust resolution and but for the absence of one Democratic member it would have been tavorably reported to the House The vote was a tie and as a compromise it was de cided tht Mr Smith should confer with the Attorney General and if that official offers no objections the resolution will be favorably reported The buyers ot the tobacco trust and the people who still doubt tnat the farmers can stick together said dur ing the recent cold weather that plenty of tobacco would oe sold and delivered as soon as there was a tobac co season The damp weather following the cold spell made a tobacoo season and much tobacco was put in shape for the iiiaaket but practically none Is being delivered to tno disappoint m eat or the buvers CARD OF THANKS We wish to extend to our many friends and neighbors our sincere thanks for their many acts of kind ness and sympathy during the illness and death of my husband Mrs Jane Bauham and family Raymond K- ydA TORLAtho1ha Kind You Hav8 AIwajs Bough 8lenntnreof WINDOWS BROKEN ONE HAUL MADE Burglars Steal Four Watches At W B Oelzes Store Find Depot Cash Drawer Is Empty Burglars entered W B Oelzes mus ic and jewelry store and the Hender son Ronte passenger depot Monday night Mr Oelze found four watches missing yesterday morning but noth ing was missing at the depot Three watches were left in tLe place from which the tour were taken and a jug i of whiskey was unmolested at the de pot It is evident that the burglars were in a hurry or pad a fine sense of just what and how much they want edor probably both Entrance to each play e was gained by breaking in a window A hole large enough for a mans arm and shoulder was knocked in a show win dow at the jewelry store There were seven watches and several handsome clocks in the window The four best watches were stolen and the face of a clock shattered At the depot a rear window was smashed in and the cash drawer was rifled but this had been emptied the day before as usual by Agent Ferry Both burglaries were committed it is supposed some time alter 12 oclock Early yesterday morning Marshal DeHaven had bloodhounds on the scenes of the burglaries but obtained no clew as to the idenity of the win dow Hinashers It is believed by some that they were committed by one or more of the tramps who have been about town the past week If this was the case the guilty parties no doubt escaped on a night freight train ANNOUNCE WEDDING Irvington Ky Feb 28Special- Mr and Mrs Sam Payne announce the marriage of their daughter Eula to Maurice E Gilbert of Murray Ky March in Tho wedding will be- n home affair as only pear relatives of the bride and groom will oe pre sent READ TillS MilledgevilJe Ky Jan 1 1901 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir I have been a great sufferer from kidney disease and was treated by my home physicians with no benefit Your Texas Wonder nas cured me and I am satisfied it saved my life and I can cheerfully recommend it to ladles suffering with kidney and bladder troubles RespectfullyMrs Frost A TEXAS WONDER One small bottleot the Texas Won der Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emis sions weak and lame backs rheu matism and all Irregularities of the Kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your druggist it will be sent by mail on receipt of f1 One small bottle is two months treatment and seldom falls to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer P O Box 020 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggists 0 J I 1 I A t f l I t J- I 1 fI J I r Translated From the French by I Mary Louisellendee II n society as that of n common spend thrift who nstnnlslus his contempo rants liv the inaxiiiflcviice of Ills life and the folly of his waste In these two cases the saute term metals very different thingsI To scatter money brael ist tlHs not say It nt nil There ne iiivs or doing It which ennoble inen tll others which degrade them Besides to scatter money supposes that one Is well provided with It When the love of sumptuous living takes possession of those whose means ore limited the matter becomes strangely altered And n very strll ing characteristic of our time Is the rage for scattering broadcast which the very people have who ought to husband their resources Munificence Is a benefit to society that we grant willingly Let us even allow that the prodigality of certain rich men Is a safety valve for the escape of the su perabundant We shall not attempt to gainsay It Our contention Is that too many people meddle with the safety valve when to practice economy Is the part of both their Interest and their duty Their extravagance IIs n private misfortune and n public danger So much for the utility of luxury Wo now wish to explain ourselves upon the question of aesthetics oh vory modestly and without trespassing on the ground of the specialists Through a too common Illusion sim plicity and beauty are considered as rivals Hut simple Is not synonymous with ugly any more than sumptuous stylish anti costly are synonymous with beautiful Our eyes are wounded by tho crying spectacle of gaudy orna ment venal art and senseless and graceless luxury Wealth coupled with bad taste sometimes makes us regret that so much money Is In circulation to provoke tho creation of such n prod- Igality 1 of horrors Our contemporary nrt suffers as much from the want of simplicity as does our literature too much In It that Is Irrelevant overwrought falsely imagined Rarely Is It given us to contemplate In line form or color that simplicity allied to perfection whlfli commands the eyes as evidence does the mind Wo need to be rebaptlsMHl In the Ideal purity of ImmortalI beauty which puts Its sent on the masterpieces One shaft of pompous radiance exhibitions Is worth more than all ItsI Yet what we now have most at heart Is to speak of the ordinary aesthetics of life of the care one should bestow upon the adornment of his dwelling OOOOOOOOOOXJOOOOOOOOOOOOQ CURTAILMENT ACREAGE OF TOBACCO cmUIUHCATinrs Ky Feb 21 1005 Just now in this section and we doubt not the same is true in others and know that it should be true in all of them the subject of reducing the acreage of dame tobacco Is being very much agitated And while there is some difference of opinion as to whether it would be bet and safe to try it it is u unanimous opin ion that it would be far better to re dnce it it that feat can be successfully Now we admit that there will be many difficulties to overcome in carrying out the plan of reduced pro duction but was anything worth the doing ever accomplished without an elfortand without having many obsta tiles to overcome And in tins case will not the end justify the means anti the ptoUt resulting therefrom pay you back tenfold with interest for the effort put forth It is feared by some and this is the only real question that it hinges on that the tobacco growers are not yet sufficiently well organzed to carry it out successfully and that the great number on the outside of the organ isation will when the questions urg ed and agitated antI tne plat adopted bo encouraged to believe that there is gong to ue a very small crop and hence nigher prices and will instead of reducing their acreage increase it mind instead of a reduced production the opposite may result so that those on the outside ol the organization may profit by its efforts and at the expense and on account of the sacrifice of those on the inside Now this is a question to consider well and we can not ignore it But we ure right here to say that we can reduce the acreage in spite of all such fools who are so idiotically selfishly blind to every tobacco growers in terests and especially theft own and we are optimistic enough to believe as strange as it may seem that a little common sense can be pounded through time thick craniums of these fellows and that we can at least ap peal to them through the only scurce that they can be appealed to that is through their own c rrow selfishness and that it can easily be null his person giving to existence mat luster without which it lacks charm For it Is not a matter of indifference whether man pays attention to these superfluous necessities or whether he does not it Is by them that we know whether he puts soul Into his work Far from considering It as wasteful to give time and thought to time perfect ing beautifying and poetizing of forms I think we should spend as much as we can upon them Nature gives us her example and the man who should affect contempt for the ephem oral splendor of beauty with which we garnish our brief days would lose sight of the Intentions of him who has put the same care and love Into the painting of the lily of an hour and the eternal hills But we must not fall Into the gross error of confounding true beauty with that which has only the name The beauty and poetry of existence lie InI the understanding we have of It Our home our table our dress should be time interpreters of Intentions That these Intentions be so expressed It Is first necessary to have them and he who possesses them makes thorn evi dent through the simplest means One need not be rich to give grace and charm to his habit and his habitation It suffices to have good taste and goodwill We come here to a point very important to everybody but perhaps of more interest to women than to menThose who would have women con coal themselves in coarse garments of time shapeless uniformity of bags violate nature In her yen heart and mis understand completely the spirit of things If dress were only a precau thou to shelter us from cold or ruin apiece of sacking or tho skin of a beast would answer Hut It IIs vastly more than this Man puts himself entire into all that he does lie transforms Into types the things that serve him The dress Iis not simply a covering It Is n symbol I call to witness the rich powering of national and provincial costumes and those worn by our early corporations A womans toilet too has something to say to us Time more meaning there Is In It the greater Its worth To be truly beautiful It must tell us of beautiful timings things per sonal and veritable Spend all the money you possess upon it if its form Is determined by chance ci custom if it has no relation to her who wears It It Is only toggery a domino Ultra ash I I I 1 A PLEA FOR OF 7 Hardinsburg accomplished 1 demonstrated to them that they can realize three or four times the profit on five acres that they can on ten and besides it will just require half of the time and labor and that they might use the other half to good advantage studying the ele mentary principles of common sense Now there are those that believe that the only way the farmer can ever accomplish anything is by acting oo the old theory that supply and demand regulates price and if you will accept my definition of that term I say to too And my definition is not Pro duction and consumption This is it seems the erroneous idea of many people The American Society of Equity accepts the idea that supply and demand should and can be made to regulate price and when we propose to secure a certain price for a cer tain product It proposes to do it by regulating maketing and selling only when we can secure a certain fixed price in othet words supplying the market or aemand with all that it wants at the price and not a pound or abushel for any less And in this I way we propose for our supply and the markets demand to fix our price believing that the consumption and hence the demand will be as great at a profitable price as it will be at an unprofitable one and as supply and demand fix tho price on a thing at the point at which they both meet so we propose for the markets demand to I meet our supply at the half way place which will be a profitable price So while we believe with a perfect organization we can in the manner mentioned secure a profitable piles andI absolutely ignore production and that this may be true in theory ifc is doubtful whether It will soon be true in practice and until this is true we must not ignore nor lose sight ot regulate production for the present let us make assurance doubly sure and regulate our production and reduce it Then we know there will be a short supply to feed an ever inoreas Iing demand The tobacco growers case is an extreme one and we need to use extreme measures Let us exhaust every means I the Simple Life By Charles WagnerI lonnblo dress which completely masks feminine personality under designs of pure convention despoils it of its grin cipal attraction front this abuse it comes about that many things which women admire do as much wrong to their beauty tis to the purses of their husbands and fathers What would you say of a young girl who expressed her thoughts In terms very choice indeed but taken word for word from a phrase bookV What charm could you find In this borrowed language Time effect of toilets well designed in themselves but seen again anti again on fill women indiscriminately is precisely I the same- I cannot resist citing here a passage from Camllle Lemonnler that harmonizes with my Idea Nature has given to the fingers of woman a charming art which she knows by Instinct and which is pecul iarly her own as silk to the worm and Incework to the swift nndjBUbtle spi der She Is the poet the interpreter of her own grace and Ingenuousness the spinner of the mystery in which her wish to please arrays Itself All the talent she expends In her effort to equal man in the other arts is never worth the spirit anti conception wrought out through a bit of stuff in her skillful handsWell I wish that this art were more honored than it Is As education should consist in thinking with ones mind feeling with ones heart expressing the little personalities of the Inmost Invis ible T which on the contrary are repressed leveled down by conformi tyI would that the young girl In her novitiate of womanhood the future mother might early become the little exponent of this art of the toilether own dressmaker In short she who one day shall make the dresses of her children but with the taste and the gift to Improvise to express herself in that masterpiece of feminine personality and skill a gown without which n wo moan Is no more than n bundle of rags The dress you have made for your becomIlngthe one that pleases you most Women of leisure too often forget this working women also in city and coun try alike Since these last are cos tumed by dressmakers and milliners in very doubtful Imitation of the mod- Ish world grace has almost disappear ed from the dress And has anything more surely the gift to please than the at our command and administer radi cal treatment and if we will but use the means at our command the to bacco trust will wake up after taking our medicine feeling very much HKS they had taken an overdose of calomel but after they get over it they may feel betttrIThey tell us that the reason the farmer can not get the cost of production for his tobacco is because there is an over oroduction Now w tile some of ns believe that this is a fabrication let us take them at their word and furnish tnejn half as much of our tor barco to make money on and charge them three times as much for it Now I believe we are if enough strong to control marketing and hold our tobacco we are strong enough to reduce the acreage and as old Cato insisted Carthage must be destroyed so I say with all the emphasis and sincer ity that I can command The tobacco production must he reduced Now let us begin an active agrAs sive strenuous campaign to reduce the acreage about thirty per cent this coming year and we can and must succeed and while we are reducing the acreage of the next crop do not forget to hold the one you have and talce care of it In the best man nor possible To bring tUB about let us hava n campaign of education through UpToDate Farming and every other source so that we may fresh apparition or n young working girl or a daughter of the fields wearing the costume of her country and beau tlful from her simplicity alone These same reflections might be applied to the fashion of decorating and arranging our houses If there nre toilets which reveal an entire conception of life limits that are poems knots of ribbon that are veritable works of ort so there are Interiors which after their manner speak to the mind Why Un der pretext of decorating our homes do we destroy that personal character which always has such value Why have our sleeping rooms conform to those of hotels our reception rooms to wnltlng rooms by making predomi nant a uniform type of official beauty What n pity to go through the houses of a city the cities of a country tho countries of a vast continent nnd encounter everywhere certain forms identical inevitable exasperating by their repetition How aesthetics would gain by more simplicity I Instead of this luxury In job lots all these deco rations pretentious but vapid from Iteration we should have an Infinite variety happy improvisations would strike our eyes the unexpected in a thousand forms would rejoice our hearts and we should rediscover the secret of impressing on a drapery or a piece of furniture that stamp of hu man personality which makes certain antiques priceless N Let us pass at last to things simpler still 1 mean the little details of housekeeping which tinny young people of our day find so uupoctlcal Their con tempt for material things for tho hum ble cares a house demands arises from n confusion very common but none the less unfortunate which comes from the belief that beauty ond poetry are within some things while others lack them that some occupations are ds tinguished nUll agreeable such ns cultivating letters playing the harp und that others are menial and disagree able like blacking shoes sweeping and watching the pot boll Childish error Neither harp nor bm eni has anything to do with It All depends on the hand in which they test mud the spirit that moves It Poetry is not In timings It Is In us It must be Impressed on ob jects from without ns tho sculptor Im presses his dream on the marble If our life and our occupations remain too often without charms In spite of any outwnrd distinction they may have It Is because we have not Iknown hpw to put be able to show and convince every tobacco grower that it will be greatly to his interest and if necessary I would almost advocate some of the methods of union labor in enforcing their closed door policy t Now I will have accomplished much l if I have succeeded in getting every ll l one to consider this question for there can be out one conolasion CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of TRUST UNPRINCIPLED- That the tobacco trust is unprinci pled as to the means it employs to attain its ends is shown by what Ippened in the Indiana Legislature last Wednesday An anticigarette bill which makes it unlawful to have cigarettes in ones ossessi n was te fore the House to be voted on Dur ing the discussion ot the bill Repre sentative Baker of Cape and Fulton counties poduced five 20 bills which he said had been glveu to him by the tobacco trust through an agent as a bribe to vote agianst the bill The disclosure name when he arose to explain his vote- Subscribe for tho NEWS H T DR THACHERS Liver and Blood- Syrup CURES BY REMOVING THE CAUSE- A THREEFOLD REMEDY loralilllsdus to Mss tlooal trouble Act oa the Uvtrtad KUatyt aa4 Purifies the Blood I Thousands have used this reliable remedy with perfect confidence and I success for 52 years because they know just what it contains The formula consists of Buchu Hydrangea Mandraket Yello Dock Dandelion Sarsaparilla Gentian Senna and Iodide of Potassium Any doctor or druggist will tell you that this is a scientific and reliable combination of great merit for all diseases having their origin in the Liver Kidneys or Blood After years of experience and patient experiment Dr Thacher so perfected the process of manufacture that it never fails to bring the expected relief when taken according to directions Thousands of sick ones to whom life has been a burden have written grate ful letters of thanksII SPEED MISSISSIPPI Oct 17 1902 I have suffered greatly with indigestion constipation also a severe liver trouble with loss of appetite Could not rut well at night in fact bad no energy to work or even walk ground I felt like I was packing a heavy load and was easily exhausted until I took Dr Thachers Liver and nlood Syrup which helped me almost from the first dose When I had taken one and onehalf bottles I felt like a different man and I knew that It was due entirely to your medicine I used In all three bottles and consider myself perfectly cured At this time my appetite is good I sleep well and feel strong and refreshed on arising in the morning T L SPEED If you need a medicine write today for a Free sample bottle and Dr Thachtr Health Dook ahellymltomoradvcc We limply auk you to try it at our expense Ife know OO cents and f100 Thacher Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn McClure Copyright Phillips 1901 ByII anything Into them rue ueignt or art is to make the Inert live and to tame the savage I wofcld have our young girls apply themselves to tho develop ment of the truly feminine art of giv lug a soul to things which have none The triumph of womans charm is In that work Only a woman knows how to put into a homo that Indefinable some thing whose virtue has made the poet say The house top rejoices and Is glad They say there are no such things ns fairies or that there nre fairies no longer but they know not what they say The original of the fairies sung by poets was found and is still among those amiable mortals who knead bread with energy mend rents with cheerfulness nurse tho sick with smiles put witchery Into a ribbon and genius Into a stew It is Indisputable that the culture of the fine arts has something refining about it and that our thoughts and acts are In the end Impregnated with that which strikes our eyes But time exercise of time arts and the contempla than of their products are restricted privileges It Is not given to every one to possess to comprehend or to create flue things Yet there is a kind of ministering beauty which may make its way everywherethe beauty which springs from the hands of our wives and daughters Without It what Is tho most richly decorated house A dead dwelling place With It the bar est home has life and brightness Among the forces capable of transforming the will and increasing happi ness there is perhaps none in more universal use than this beauty It knows how to shape Itself by means of the crudest tools in the midst of the greatest difficulties When the dwelling is cramped the purse limited the table modest a woman who has the gift finds a way to make order fitness and convenience reign in her house She puts care and art Into everything she undertakes To do well what one has to do is not In her eyes the privilege of the rich but the right of all Tint is her alma and she knows how to give her home a dignity and an attractiveness that the dwellings of princes if everything is left to mercenaries cannot possess Thus understood life quickly shows Itself rich in hidden beauties In at tractions and satisfactions close at band To be oneself to realize in ones natural place the kind of beauty which Is fitting there this is the Ideal How I of THE GREAT In the ot of which is now over and old nothing in the shape of fervor in all ot has even the by its people have moving throngs MS the streets in the entire in morning and evening The Day of Prayer the of the great reveal in the Cities wasjthe ofthis the lowest 40000 the mission of woman broadens and deepens In when it is sum med up In this put a soul into the ami to give to this gracious spirit of things those subtle and win some outwurd manifestations to which the most brutish of human beings is icnslbie Is not this better to covet what one has not and to give oneself up to for a poor im itation of others finery To be Continued To those who are partial to the use ot in ap plying liquids nasal for catarrhal troubles the prepare Elys Liquid Cream Balm Price the spraying is 75 or by mail The liqnid embodied the medicinal proper ties of the solid Cream Balm is quiCkly absorbed by the mem brane and not up the tions but changes them to natural and healthy character Ely Brothers 50 Warren St N Y CROOKEDNESS- The Increased drain upon the Ken tucky State and common school fund owing to alleged either through or design in reports of common school fund has caused the Governor to steps to stop the abuses To this end the and Examiner will be sent into counties where the pad ding of returns is and up onhis report prosecutions will be bas ed TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY TabletsonboxQUIT CANNELTON- Dr Bush says it is a mistake about him going to leave Cannelton and re move to Cannelton is too good town to and espec ially for nn inland place like Har Cannelton If troubled with weak belching or sour stomach use Cham berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and you wilt get quick relief For sale by Short Haynes THE MOST PERFECT l NewsGathering System on Earth IS THAT OF THE ST1 LOUIS GLOBEDEMOCRAT In to the service of the Associated Press it has its own correspondents everywhere and covers the events the world more thoroughly than any other paper It is absolutely essential to every person who would keep abreast of the times It is first in news first j in and first in the homes of the people where its cleanness purity and accuracy make it ever SEMIWEEKLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR REPUBLICANPAPER AMERICA The WEEKLY GLOBEDEMOCRAT is issued in Semiweekly Sections eight pages or more each Tuesday and Friday It is a big SEMIWEEKLY PAPER giving all the news of all the 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does dry secret a SUSPECT Treasury inaccuracies carelessness the take State Inspector suspected WONT Hardinsburg a leave dinsburg Telephone digestion addition interest welcome year400 for GLOBE Louisville yesterday and last night and 4000 in New Albany making a total of 44000 who entered the portala of the churches during the day Thursdays CourierJournal Startling Mortality Statistics show startling mortality from appendicitis and peritonitis To prevent and cure these awful diseases there is just one reliable remedy Dr Kings New Life Pills M Flannery of 14 Custom House Place Chicago says They have no equal for Con stipation and Biliousness 25o at Short fc Haynes druggists For biliousness headache dyspepsia take DrThacher Liver and Blood Syrup I t I v t Ha r t II P 1 1 f y- iij of rI I F I iof y ddd i = p II I I 11 I l IiIiIi- ii 1r 1t 1j r j I V The Breckenridge News I WEDNESDAY March 1 1905 GRASPING REALLY VITAL PROBLEMS Roosevelt Without Any Fear Or Falter Seeks Tc Shift Load Of Wrongs Of Common People President Rooievelt through his alertness and fearlessness in ordering investigations of the oil trust the tobacco trust and the meat trust has won the warm praise and gratitude of the masses of the American people regardless of party aflila tions He has also won the hearty endorsement and praise of Democratic as well as Republican papersand all are urging that the fight be pushed against these great aggregations of capital which have preyed on the common people as the ontopns preys on the smaller fish of the eea Here is what the Cin cinnati Post says about Roosevelt The Man With firmness equal to his fear lessness President Roosevelt has gras ped hold upon the really vital prob lems of this Nations destiny He has ceased to be a politician and has become the statesman Th difference is marked The statesman is the driver who holds the reins and whip and controls the brake while the politician sits in the coach argur ing about its destination Roosevelt is not a Republican President but IB the President of all tile people In him Is personified the spirit and purpose of all the nineses His sympathies are with the burden bearers and are alive and keen liThe evermcreasing load of wrongs which for years the common people have sought to have lightened and have tailed in their lack of con centration and capable leadership Roosevelt has resolutely seized and is teeking to shift Other Presidents have equivocated and compromised failing to comprehend or fearing to grasp the one great question that for two decades has filled the hearts of the American people with discontent and misgiv ings Roosevelt does not tor a moment tear or falter I For him the powerful trusts have no terrors Within him is the virile spirit of the people and supporting him is the irresistible strength of a nation of freemen- If heretofore the trusts have seem ed stronger than the loverument it has been because the trusts have had stronger men at the head of them than the Government has had at its head Today the situation is being reversed- A rnanhas appeared in the Presi dency who is worthy of his high placeHe is demonstrating the real meaning of selfgovernment The con fused babble of discontent is being electrified by him to clear speech Tho indefinable longings or millions are being molded into definite policy Washington and Lincoln taught thA world to snow us Roosevelt is teaching ns to Know ourselves They wrought independence and union be is developing our manhood and self respect NOMINATION RATIFIED Washington Feb J3Tbe senate today confirmed postmasters for Ken tncKyas follows John H Rowland Cloverport R B Boulden Millers burg r t socI POULT EDICT This great stock medicine is a money saver for stock raisers It is a medicine not a cheap food or condition powder Though put up in coarser form than Thedfords BlackDraught renowned for tho cure of tho digestion troubles of persons it has the same qualities of invigorating digestion stirring up tho torpid liver and loosening tho constipated bowels for all stocK and poultry It is carefully pro pared and its action is so healthful that stock grow and thrive with an occasional dose in their food It cures hog cholera and makes hogs grow fat It cures chicken cholera and roup and makes hens lay It cures constipation distemper and I colds in horses murrain in cattle and makes a draught animal do more work for the food consumed It gives animals and fowls of all kinds new life Every farmer and raiser should certainly give ita t trialIt costa 25c a can and saves ten times its price in profit MarchPjTTflBUBO 25 100 DlackDraughtIstock for some time I have used all kinds of stock food but I have found t that yours le the bet for my purpose J B HA8SON a IA HEALTHY OLD AGE OFTEN TilE BEST PART OF LIFE Help for Women Passing Through Chango of Life Providence has allotted us each at least seventy years in which to fulfill our mission in life and it is generally our own fault if we die prematurely ItArfaayHoeie JNervous exhaustion invites disease This statement is the positive truth When everything becomes a burden and you cannot walk a few blocks with out excessive fatigue and you break out into perspiration easily and your face flushes and you grow excited and shaky at the least provocation and you cannot bear to be crossed in any thing you are in danger your nerves have given out you need building up at once I To build up womans nerv ous system and during the period of change of life we know of no better medicine than Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Here is an illustration Mrs Mary L Koehne 371 Garfield Avenue Chicago Ill writes VegetableCompoundnever disappoints so when I felt that I was nearingthochango of life I commenced treitment with it I took in all about six bottles and it did mo a great deal of good It stopped my dizzy spells pains in my back and tho headaches with which I had suffered for months before taking the Compound I feel that if ithad not been forthis greatmed Iclno for women that I should not have been alivo today It Is splendid for women old or younl1and will surely cure all female disor dersMrs Pinkham of Lynn Mass in vites all sick and ailing women to write experincoIs Up In Meade Messenger Paul Whelan and Wui S Vatnen of Rhodelia were In town Wednesday having brought up 1300 dozen eggs 150 pounds butter and a large lot of chickens The river being frozen all produce from the lower end of the county had to be hauled here for ship mentThey are oil The fees have been paid and the drum has tapped and the candidates before the March primary have turned around the curv into the home stretch and are now running tor all there is in sight They will pass under the wire March 4 and several neck and neck finishes are expected Simon Peter Saunders one of Meade countys oldest and prominent citi zens passed t o his reward Thursday He had been ill for several weeks of pneumonia which caused bit death He married Miss Elizabeth Allen who died about four years ago Mr Sann ders was the father of eight children fonr boj s and four girls of which the three oldest are dead Mr Saunders joined Bnofc Grove church in 16GO and lived a faithful member for almost forty five years He was the oldest member of the church at the time of his death He was clerk of Buck Grove church from 1861 to 1815 trus tee from 1870 until his detttn treasur er from 18GG to 1809 and a deacon from 1876 nntill his death The funeral took place Thursday from the Buck Grove church Revs E K Shultz and D F Shacklett officiat- Ing and the interment in the Buk Grove cemetery GO TO STEPHENSPORT A Braner shipped two tine Duroc Jersey hogs to Sterhensport this morn- Ing to a breeder there The animals were some of those shown by Mr Braner at theElks Daviess county fair last fall and which attracted so much attention and high praise Owensboro Inquirer MANY DEGREES SHORT There is a deficiency of between 400 and 500 degreesiu the temperature since January 1 and this departure is on the IIcoldII side of the weather mans ledger In other wordsthe temperature lacks this many degrees of being up to the average for January and February BURIAL AT MOOLEYVILLE Miss Cora Lee Mnttingly eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Emmett Mattingly died yesterday morning after a long illness from lung trouble She was sixteen years old Her re mains will be taken to Mooleyville Ky this morning for burialTell City Journal GO TO INAUGURATION The Republican League of Kentucky will leave Friday for Washington to at tend the inauguration of President Roosevelt next Saturday SISTER TO MARRY Miss Ethel R Paceof RichuiondVa a sister of Jas B Pace formerly cf this city will be married this spring to Dr Victor N Meddle of Louisville N NNNNNNNN SENATOR PATTERSON ON THE STATEHOOD BILL When the Statehood Bill was under discussion in the United StatesSennteSeimtor Patterson of Colorado offered nn amendment the effect of which if adopted would i have been to permit women of full ago in the proposed two new States to vote for members of the constitutional convene tions und then the ratification or rejection of the Constitu aidt + l lShould not be given to the women of these now four Terri I t torie It is the crucial time for the future of these four th- tj Territories in connection with the proposed Statehood The constitutional conventions will have everything with which 1 fiI women are most deeply concerned to consider the question iJ litof divorces the question of the right of parents to children the question of the ownership of property by wives to the i r proceeds of their own labor und the question ofschools u lj Who isi more deeply interested in these different tiI Iihateersacrificing devotion and the patriotism of those who left be hind them the civilization of the I comforts of their eastern homes as applicable to the men may be emphasized fivefold as applicable to the women Mr President this is in the line of the progress of civilization The amendment was rejected but history will not have to recordof Thomas M Patterson that he was one of those who made himself the laughing stock of posterity by standing in the way of evolution Elizabeth J Hauser eNNNm Isse BEREA COLLEGE FINED Berea College at Richmond Ky has been fined 1000 twice for violation of the Day law prohibiting coeducation of whites and blacks in the State REDUCED ACREAGE The question of reducing the tobacco acreage throughout the dark belt this year meets with universal consent and ncquiescenceatnong the organized plant ers This course will greatly simplify the situation for the next crop and en abo planters not only to hold their to b icco controlling the market and prices batto obtain more for one acres product than heretofore realized on two or three acres making better tobacco with lless labor and better yield per acre Menu while the farmers will be able to meet yearly or monthly the expenses of the farm by producing more of other crops which is done in three months time 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are there And then what 1 Just keep marching ENTHUSIASM is Brother oinskeynote He has it Ho also has the energy the courage and the happy gift of keeping pleasant with it all Xo wonder success attends him un A little ginger in your business in your efforts in your religion in whatever calling so it is manly and right helps Strike early often and in the same spot always remembering to temper your licks with courtesy and a smile n STOCKHOLDERS in the canning factory received their six per cent dividend on stock last week This is about the first and only enterprise iLl Clovcrport where the stockholders have gotten any returns And they have invested thousands of dollars Things are coming our way now Its a long lane that has no turn We still have faith in old ClovcrportBUOTHEK NEWSOM takes the short strait cut He knows men and women better than they know themselves And knowing them he reaches them All men know the truth when they hear it And when they hear it with good reasons plain and simple and Christlike they are moved Its the reaching and the moving of men that tells in any time of action n DOVT forget our guessing contest It will be your last chance to Strike a fortune at so little cost and effort All you have to do is to guoss the amount of money paid into the Treasury Department at Washington on the 27th day of March 1905 Heres the way the treasury receipts are running now ItRCKIlTS 1905 RECEIPTS 1904 February 2020773032s0271ti2cc 21 1109837 SUNDAY C 28J 2S1SG12 2203439 24 11750211175061-t 25 1825761 2540654 Ix The Cosmopolitan for March David Graham Phillips has an article onc1he Empire of Rothschild which is peculiarly interesting at the present time in view of the fact that the house of Rothschild has recently sent to New York two of its sons to learn banking and finance as practised in America These representatives of the generation that will in a few years control the destiny of the house are working as clerks in the office ofu New York firm Mr Phillips tells graphically the history of this mighty European ilrstclass power and describes the principles methods and purposes which have guided it from its founding in the early days of the last century II1J LAMA the prominent Georgie cotton grower has ad dressed a pica to southern fanners What he says of cotton applys as well to growers of tobacco lie says in part as follows Now that tho cotton growers convention at New Orleans has metand decided upon the modus operand conquering tho foes of tho otton industry of this country und whose duly appointed oflicoiv are now in the act of inaugurating the plan throughout the entire cotton belt in every county in every state and every militia district of every county lot us rally to their aid and lend them every encouragement possible in the premises not only by meeting together at the designated places but insisting on our neighbors doing so by so doing and working hand in hand and shoulder to shoulder we will place ourselves in the position of defying our enemies and holding our own against any and allcomers There never has been the time in our history when we wore so well prepared to do battle with them as now and the opportunity will never again perhaps be OallinOeyoke which we have chafed under for so many long years TIn tobacco trust claims thathastwelve millions of pounds of tobacco on hand What if it has 1 How long will this amount last tho gust which uses half a million pounds a day11ro heardnothing about this vast supply until the farmer began to think for himself and wanted a say in the price You wouldnt have heard anything about this big stock on hand this year either if tho trust could have bought the present crop at two fours and one just as they have been doing for years Tho cotton crop is not unlike tho tobacco crop The same conditions prevail in ono as in tho other Tho sizo of tho cotton crop has very little to do with tho price of cotton in 1898 and 1899 tho cotton crop was a littlo more than 11000000 hales and sold at 5 cents In 1903 tho crop was 10700000 bales about 5 per cent loss than that of 1899 und brought 15 cents And now the crop of 1904 is only about S per cent larger than that of 1903 and down goes the price to G cents less than half tho price in 1903 Does the law of supply and demand prevail in this instance or is it the imagination of the specu lators 1 The farmer has the long end of tho string in both cotton and tobacco and it remains entirely with him whether ho holds it or not Our advice to tho farmer is to keep holding if it takes all summer And wo would further advise him not to plant a big cropcut it at least 25 per cent This will give him another handhold en the ttrirg Nasal CATARRH In all Its stages Elys Cream Balm cleanecs soothes and heal the diseased membrane It cures catarrh and drive away a cold In the head quickly Cream hunt Is placed Into the nostrils spread over the membrane and Is absorbed Relief U Im mediate and i cure follows It Is not drying docs not produce sneezing Large Size 60 cents at Drug gists or by mall Trial Size 10 cente ELY BROTHERS 66 Warren Street New Yo- rkANNOUNCEMENTS FOR COUNTY JUDGE HenryDollavenCounty Judge of HreckcnrldRO county sub- Ject to the action of the Democratic party FOR REPRESENTATIVE HWMcCrackenasacandidateforRe ativo from Hreckenrldjto county subject to the action of the Democratic party ABANKS NEW PLAN- I see where a New York banK has showed a great deal of enterprise and at the same time tempted its female depositors to save monevlto be put away in the bank said Banker H H Kemper of Irvington Wednesday while enjoying bis holiday excelIlentafe place in which to carry money and also insures increased deposits for the bank It is simply this A garter with- a pocketbook attached is given to every female depositor and it is needless to say it catches the teminine eye The garters themselves are very stylish and serviceable and the purse is so arranged that it can be slipped oil of an old garter and replaced on A new one The purse is neat and convenient affair and is a great help to women Many women with jewels or mon ey witch they wished to carry with themand did not care to wear would drop them into their stocking This was uncomfortable and at the same time caused an ugly knot on the ankle HAD APPENDICITIS Miss Berilla Bates of Louisville is visiting her mother Mrs Sallie Bland at McQuady Miss Bates has recently undergone three operations for appendicitis OBITUARY Henry W Bashain was born In BreckenrIdge county Oct 30 1832 tad died Feb 18 1001 He was mar- rIed to Mary J Ray Dec2 1852 To his union was born one child FranK tV Bashnui of Cloverport He professed Christianity when nineteen years of ige and joined the Baptist church at Walnut Grave He lived in that church for about nine years when for convenience he became a member of the M E church South at Union Star jnd lived a consistent member the remainder of his life Mr Basham had been a sufferer of januer for about twentyeight years but was able to do his worK until the ast year During his illness he often shouted and rejoined lu the Lord knowing he had a brighter home on sigh and often saying he was ready when the summons came Rev E M ribbons his pastor preached an im- pressIve and appropriate sermon from the text Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord and his remains ypre laid to rest Sunday Fen 10 1005 in the Raymond cemetery He leaves a wifeone son two grandchild fen and three brothers and one sister and a number of relatives and friends to moum his los- sCARD OF THANKS We desire to extend our sincere hunks to the good people of Stephens port for their sympathy and kindness ixtended to us in our Bad bereavement in the loss of our little baby Blanche Pe1l Smith who died Feb 24 1005 She was sick only twenty hours when Ood called her home We also wish to hank Brother Board for his kind words of consolation spoken at the home of the deceased Mr and Mrs Thos Smith SPECIAL SESSION Washington Feb 24The president has issued a proclamation convening the senate in special sesiion at 12 oolock noon on March 4 next tolire leive such commnnicationslas may be made by the executive GIRL AT 5 MAKES QUILT Mattiugly Ky Feb 2SSpecia1 Valarie Frank age five years daughter of Mr and Mrs B F Frank has com pleted a patchwork quilt containing five hundred pieced blocks CONVEYOR DAMAGED EvansvIlle Iud Feb 25The tow boat Conveyor is probably a total loss She was caught by tbii ice in the freeze up and was badly damaged af terward by floating iceShe was valued at about 0000 The Conveyor ran in the Evansville and Louisville trade last year during low water NO NEW CASES Marion Jackson the smallpox nati ent at Tartork is improving and there are no new cases A quarantine of persons who were exposed to the pa tient has prevented a spread of the disease NEW IRVINGTON EIRM Irvington Ky Feb 28Special- R S Bandy has rented his poultry house to C F Jeans S Co of Evansville Ind a very old and reliable firm They will begin business soon MORE FREE SERVICE Free use ot the Cumberland Telep none Telegraph companys wires to Irvington has been secured for local subscribers of the company Mexico err Vice Iro I leiit Ramon Corral Mexicos new vice president Is a civilian says Austin C Brady in Harpers Weekly He saw his only military service during a revo lution in the frontier state of Sonora of which he Is a native and as the revolution was of short duration lie came out of the conflict with but little practical knowledge of warfare lie knows more about public lighting street traction and municipal dralmigfe than the does about military tactics and modern armament for he has stud led the former subjects in the great cities of the United States and Europe and up to this time he has not felt call ed upon to give the latter much atten lion lIe believes that the greatest Peed of the Mexican people is educa tion and that the future of the country depends to a large extent on the build- Ing up of n substantial middle class He holds that too many of the young men of Mexico are entering the priest hood and the legal profession and in the hope of Inducing Mexican youths to devote their lives to useful arts and trades he Is promoting the establishment of n Mexican Institute of technology that will rival similar institu tions of other countries OASTOaXaBears theiho Kind You Have Always Bought I31gnature YI far FAMOUS FRUIT LANDS 4 OF THE EAST TEXAS COUNTRY Home of the Elberta peach the straw betry plum pear tomato and other fruits and vegetables Big money in growing for the northern markets On February 7th and 21st March 7th and 21st round trip homeseekers tickets I from St Louis Thebes Cairo or Mem phis to Texas points at rate of one fare plus 2 not exceeding 15 One way colonist tickets at half fare plus 52 on February 21st and March list Write for booklet on Texas fruit lauds nap and time table LOSCHAEFERTPAC- otton Belt Route Cincinnati 0 Thermometers A safeguard towards maintaining an equable temperature in the house a source of satisfac tion when the frost is on the window pane and you are curious to know how cold it is outside Wo have just tho thing you want In addition to the thermometer there goes with it a color barometer which foretells allwe athe changes from 12 to 24 hours in advance Send us 25 cents and we will send you ono by mail post paid Or better still send us a dollar for a yearssubscription to the NEWS and wo will send you ono free We only have a limited num her of these Send your order at once and get one before they are all gone J D BABBAGE Editor BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVER PORT KY iiiiiiii- t ii- IiIi Columbia 5go 1000iij il Graphophones 3000 i RECORDS 25c OVER 100 RECORDS ALWAYS ON HAND iCATALOG AND LIST OF RECORDS SENT TO ANY ADDRESS COLUMBIA RECORDS i FIT ALL CYLINDER MACHINES Z i MAIL CAREFUL ORDERS GIVEN PROMPTTT FUKNITUUE AJfl KODAK riCTUKE AND WINDOW i SUlrmsGLASSZ FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND LICENSED EMBALMER I M HAMMAN SON i CLOVERPORT KY 1N N N NNNN N N II DRP C MITCHEL DENTIST OFFICE OVER THE FAIR Satisfaction assured Professional Prices m 7I ifIfift r jjjr m Satisfaction guaranteed Y- W Patronize your home dentist WM Office over Klncheloes Drug Store W- X HARDINSBURU KY If 7 A MILDER CLIMATE In Arkansas Louisiana Texas Stock ranges ten to twelve months in the year two aud three crops grow in a season Now is the time to look up a location while the land is cheap On February 7th and 21st and Match 7th and 21st Cotton Belt Route will sell round trip horneseekers tickets from St Louis Thebes Cairo and Memphis to points in abov naincu states at rate of XI5 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 Seven boxes FOR SALE- At my on and Elm streets Wednesday March 15 1905 To the highest bidder My Household and KitchenFurnlture Terms made known date of sale R SMITH Cloverport Ky I i THE FIRST All large fortunes had to begin with the llfirst dol1arGet the first dollar then to put with it then until you have a good round sum other words save a little money all of the time This plan fol lowed up will eventually lead to independenceThe and easiest way to save money is to start a bank ac count Come to our bank with your first dollar leave it with us then bring and the first thing you know have dollars to your credit Get in the banking habit with our bank INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS BANK OF CLOVERPORT CLOJERPORT KT IDWE ARE LUMBER DAILY vi mMtj Sup i sa jo i RUo Ui 11 cliancf to fltfurj on your next requirements In the 4ttlumber Ieti JP Will Co LUMBERMEN I 1 1LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY I o o= 7 = r r r IMIM NOTICEAll persons owing the estate of M Hamman or M Ham man Son arc requested to call and settle with C W Hamman All persons having claims against the to pre sent same properly proventI CHRISTINA HAMMAN Executrix LMWWJ1JMUWp r To Cure a Cold in One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets Million sold in past 12 months This Signature residence Fifth W DOLLAR another another In another youll UNLOADING S estate o 1IIIon every box 25c t11 f lI 1 jt t j y 4 V 4i i r 4i V i i if t i iI ii i i P YrR f Ii Vt Vt t j1 i i i jt t I i trt rr r I ctx 1- iii J 4- i fff i v rt r Vrf t Yc- t Tutts Pills This popular remedy never falls to effectually cure Dyspepsia Constipation Sic Headache BiliousnessA- nd ALL DISEASES arising from a Torpid Liver and Bad Digestion- The natural result Is good appetite and solid flesh Dose small elegant ly sugar coated and easy to swallow Take No Substitute The Breckenridge News un n = C ==WEDNESDAY March 1 lOOi New dry goodsOCounell Jo R B Pierce was in Louisville last week =Fred Friize was in Louisville Thursday ryL D Addison was down from Addison Saturday Best reoleaned red top 7 cents pe lbPopham Bros A new line of groceries just receiv ed OConnell Co Northern seed oats 45 and 47 cents per buPopham Bros Roscoe Mayhall was here from Lou isville part of last week Drop in at the English Kitchen and get a square meal for 25 cents It you want bargains in dry goods oily from usUConnell R Co Mrs J H Stites came down from Louisville Sunday to visit friend s Our lunch is still good and served at the same price English Kitchen- A J Elmore and family have re Jutned to Fordsville trom Shreveport LaWe nave just added a stock of dry goods to our business OUonnell Co Clinton b Quin of Louisville was the guest of Miss Louise Babbage MondayPeters Black Diamond shoesalways give satisfaction 2 per pairPop ham Bros Mrs J P King and children have returned from an extended visit at Wabasb Ind JUG Tau attended the dedication of the new Christian church at Owens boro Sunday Roy Mattincly formerly of this city returnea Saturday to Morgan field after avIsit here Mr and Mrs C P Babbage and lit tle son Henry ol Owensboro were the guests of relatives here Sunday Mrs Virgil Hardin of Bolt was the guest of her daughter Mrs J T Skillman several days last week Miss Mamie DeHaven returned Sat urday from a visit of several duys to Dr and Mrs Fred DeHaven in Lou isville Mr and Mrs David Wright of Ly onia wore the guests of her sister Miss Jennie Patterson part of the past weeK Proverbs U When the butter wont come put a penny in the churn is an old time dairy proverb It often seems to work though no one has ever toldwhy When mothers are worried because the children do not gain strength and fleshwe say give them Scotts Emul sionIt is like the penny in the milk because it works and because there is something astonishing about it Scotts Emulsion is simply a milk of pure cod liver oil with some hypophosphites especially prepared for delicate stomachsChildren take to it naturally because they like the taste and the remedy takes just as naturally to the children be cause it is so perfectly adapted to their wants For all weak and pale and thin children Scotts Emulsion is the most satisfactory treat ment We will send you the penny J e a sample free Be sure that this picture In the form of a label Is on the wrapper of every bottle of Emulsion you buy SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St N Y sac andSroo all druggists Something newour new dry goods Call and inspect our stoisk OXonnell CoMiss Linnie Tateof Owensboro has ben visiting her sister Mrs M Weatherholt tlzII Roval Blue 350 Shoe They kmake pairPophamNo better cooking than ours It is the home kind plain and substantialI English Kitchen Mr and Mrs Emmett Gregory and children went to New Albany Wed nesday to visit her mother Mrs A I A La Heist Harmon and Percy Blaine and Alvin Askins of Stephensport were here Monday en route to Alexis Ill where they will locate Forrest and Warfield Miller and Joe Weisenben left Saturday for Alexis 111 The two latter have been here on a visit to relatives Mr and Mrs H M Beard came down from Bardinsburg Friday to MrsrV L Lightfoot Father Conner of Owensboro andi Father Meyering or Browns Val ley were the guests of Father Brey the latter part of last weak J A OBryan of Bowling Green and Herman Louis and Ambrose OBryan of Rhodelia were the guests of the Misses Popham Sunday Mrs W H Bowninr returned Wed nesday from a visit to her daughters Mrs Jno Burk of Louisville and Mrs Hugh Atkinson of Chicago Mr and Mrs Ed Hambleton and- Vim Hambleton returned Wednesday to their home near Henderson after a visit to Mr and Mrs C E Light footMr and Mrs Jacob Hanks of Holt were here Wednesday and Thursday to attend the K P supper and were the guests ot Mr and Mrs O De HavenMr and Mrs Hewitt Hook of Har dinsburg were here Saturday e t route nome from Lewisport where they were the guests of her parents Mr and Mrs Brite Attention farmers The time is approaching lor fencing your farm If in need of wire of any kind write us We sell it cheaper than wholesale hous es Write H Heck R Co Cannelton IndDr R P Keene the dentist returned Saturday to Owensboro after a weeks stay here Owing to the large amount of work he had to do on his last trip he couldnt complete it and has therefore decided to remaini here longer on his next trip which will be from April 10 to 20 Though his time will be extended on his nextI trip it will be necessary for you to make your engagements with hi early LOCAL BRIEFSfm J Rev LDYonngblood of the Michi gan M E conference gave an illustrated lecture at OelzeH Hall Thurs day evening nnder the auspices nt the public school which received a fourth of the proceeds for its library The Masonic lodge will not make public the date of its annual picnm and bal b1cue this year for several months yet though certain Hardins burg lodges and several private indi viduals seem to be in a hurry to give out the dates of their picnics The Ma sons fear no competition as they will have their baroecne sometime i August wnllethe other big picnics fin the county will be early in the summer The Henderson Route pay train was here Friday afternoon The pay trains visit here are more than usu ally appreciated because ol little money fbeing in circulation on account ol the tied up condition of tobacco Brick for the erection ol the Clover port Water Llght Ice companys ice factory was hauled from the Patton brick yard list week and placed near the site near the Henderson Routes I hops The daily weather forecast can no be teen at A IL Fishers drugstore us well as at JU Nolte Bros store and the postoQlce Mr Nolta has offer ed to furnish reports to other oftizen- who wish to post them in their place- of business A lamp in the baggage car on westbound train No 43 Wednesday evening fell to the floor at Ekron and set tire to the car but the blazo was extinguished before much damage was done Emmett Mattingly went to Owens boro Sunday to take a position in a barber shop He tormerly held a posi tion as barber at Chas Hammans shop Rev Daniel has not been holding i any preaching services at the Baptist 7 DR R P KEENE I mII m I I i 1 IiOF OWENSBOROf ti Will be In Dr Llghtfoots office one jI r week out of each month prlllIIrld to 1 n all wlshlllJ IngleI Clllsl DenYYlaity I Will be Here April 10 to 20 I = = march during the revival at th etMetnodist church I Last Wednesday the ITiJrd anniversary of the birth of Ceo Washington was observed here in the usual way I the postofflce and banks being closed I and thn majority of the citizens taking a hot iday The K P supper was held in the evening at Oelzes Hall A gang of knights of tho road nave been begging about town the past week though they were not in evidence during the colder part of the winter I The case of Price Ray charged with conducting a public auction without license in police court was continued until next weekon account- of the illness of Judge Wills who has been ill since last Wednesday with la grippe It is understood that a member of 1one of the Cloverport loul unions ot the American Society of Equity offer ed to sell his tobiicco to a local buyer I for less than 8 round that the buyer refused to buy and told the grower to hold hia tobacco and remain true to his proraine to hold his crop for the Lynchburg price Mr and Mrs C E Keil will leave next Monday for New Yorkuity whore they will reside Mr Keil has innNew York than hp has here at the Henderson Route shops Julian Brown is having building material put on the ground for his teed table and feed store which will b half brick and naif frame and will be erected on a lot east otM Hamman 8 Sons store ICE GORGES BREAKI- ce gorges at various points in the Ohio broke tne latter part of last week and are now running out Only a few boats were damaged by the moving ice The steamer Big Kann wha was sunk by the ice atMajPville the Conveyor was damaged at Evans ville and the wharfboat at Leaven worth was wrecked mThe ice at this point first moved Wednesday afternoon but soon gorged again Thursday morning it moved again and the river was clear of ice with the exception ot shore ice Thurs day afternoon Ice is still floating by from big gorses that have broken above here and navigation cannot be resumed tor sometime yet Local craft escaped injury from the moving ice CALL FOR COUNTY CON VENTION A S OF E Cloverport Ky Feb 28 1905 For the purpose of completing the organization of the Breckenridge county union cf the American Society of Equity delegates from every lo cal union in the con uty are urgently requested to meet at Hardinsburg on Saturday March 11 It III necessary for the accomplishment of this purpose representednE B Oglesby Dept Pres CONDITION SERIOUS There was no improvement yesterday in the condition of Gus Gibson who has been seriously ill since Fri day when a blood clot formed in a blood vessel of the right leg Mr Gibson was first taKen ill with la grippe GETS MOOLEYVILLE RIG The Kentucky and Indiana Oil Co has just purchased a complete drilling outfit which is being moved here and tho work of drilling a now well will begin at once proposeswto push tho work to a finish Judge Wampler wont to Mooloy villo Tuesday for sonic machinery operatingstho oil well at this place Hawes ville Plaindealer A CORRECTION 1 Owing to n typographical error the first three lines lin tho ninth paragraph of tho article entitled A Plea For Curtailment Of Acre ago Of Tobacco read Now I believe wo are if enough strong to control marketing and holdour I tobacco we when they should I rend Now I believe if wo arc strong enough to control marketing and hold our tobacco we etc t 2 o= c llWants IAdvertisements atiFOR SALE PHINTING Presses and Cutting machines and ono lot of good laundry machines UnsollnlFnJtlnesIIAH1ILoulsvlllo Ky I itntDUnnUTVnli 550000I college start In business own a I DeIWANTED t rig11ritport Ky with full particulars WAXTKD TO TKADF HOUSES hursllorton Ky WANTED GOOD COTTON HAGS wnntl1 grad cotton II cents IL pound llreckonrldRO News Oflloe PORSALKOKCHAKD GUASS PEED FOKSALK150 Imsliul orchard grass seed nAddisonWANTEDTO TKADE WANTED To trade fruit trues for lumber Cull ut tho Ureckenrldge News Office mdFOIL SALETIMOTHY 11 Y- pon PALE Firstclass timothy hay ut Jll per ton ut my barn near Molt 7 T llardln DUROCSJERSEY PIGS FOR SALE I um now offering a nice lot of boars and pills of full farrow These are good pigs unywhenThoroulhhredmy place S ahead In shipping order 310 E P HARDAWAY Bowloyvlllo Kentucky IiCNDERSON ROUTE NOTES One way second class colonist tickets to South and Southeast first and third Tuesdays each month at reduced rates Hotnesoekers Excursions to all points to which hoineseekers rates apply Special Occasion Mardi Urns New Orleans floblle and Pensacola Fla March 27 1905 For the above occasion rate alone fare plus 25 cents on March 1 to 0 in clusive 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 10 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 nnrch 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 3 good to return leaving Washington not later than March S On payment of 100 ticket may be extendedreturning March IS- Special Honieseekeis excursions to the South Feb 21 March 7 and 21 return limit 22 days including day of sale One way colonists rates to California and the Northwest March 1 to May 15 and Sept 15 to Oct 11 1905 Special one way colonists rates to the Southwest Feb21 and March 21 L IIST L TIME TABLE EAST nOUND No46 Dally Fast Train leaves Cloverport 507 AM stops at West 1oit only arriv es at Louisville 715 A M No 42 Dully Mall und Express loaves Clo verport 954 A M stops ut nil way stations arrives Louisville 1235 Train No 44 Dully fast mall leaves Clu verport 448 p m stops at all way sta tons atloulsvllloILccommodation WEST HOUND IIccommollttJonleaesvtlle 000 am expressleaveslit1l1lIsvllllansvlllu arrives St Louis 720 p m Train No 43 Mull and Express dally ar rlvus Clov6rport 723 p m Evansvlllo 1030 p in Stops ut all stations No 45 dally St Louis fast train leavesClo vorport 1100 PM arrives Evunsvllle 135 A M St Louis 740 A M stops at lluwcsvlllo Owonsboro and Henderson only Chair curs on trains 41 und 44 between Louisville und Evansvlllo Through sleeplni lars and recllnlii chair cars on trains 4fi and 4iS between Louisville und St Louis Fordsville Branch EAST HOUND leavesForlsvila mTrain No 4 Dully except Sunday leaves Fords vlllo 320 p m arrives Irvington SjiO p m Train No 0 Sunday only FordsvIlloO30 a m Irvington D03 p m WEST HOUND Train No 3 Dully except Sunday leaves Irvington 14r u moo uTlvts Fordsville 245 p mTrain No 5 Dully leaves Irvington 633p- m arrives Fordsvllle 025 p ru DOWELLBRIDWELL Garfield Ky Feb 28Special Bennie Dowelt and Miss Bridwell were Hiarried at the Baptist church Feb 20 Rev MP Compton officiating Henry Yeager and Geo Mullen were in Cannelton and Tell City Saturday tA W VtII Wu A P tU MEET MEAT NOLTES TheBright Days spring in The Ladies Will Be DelightedW- ITH OUR SELECTIONS OF THIS SEASONon WK AUK sow SHOWING CHAM 1JKAYS UAUNAHV AND 7 GINGHAMS MOHAIR LUSTKR AND SUITINGS PIQUE LINEN AND NOVELTY GOODS EMHltOIDKRIKS TOO AUK UrTODATK Laces THE KIND YOU WANT I a 1 ti i 9 7 d U YP fIw I i A C it n Jo + hd + tI++ Ht t +tIt + t +++F+++++t ++I + 1 +++ t l + F i A cuke on ji a in an other a is by 12 N = t h t I d d d d at + t d d 1 + I m CURES ALL FAILS Best Couch Syrup Tastes In time Sold by druggists I The of contained a picture of the New Unyinis school near The picture also shows Dr J A the teacher null his pupils Wm A came from that is at even is still far Neckwear For The- Ladies That Will Please All of Novelties J NOLTE BRO TEMPL- ECLOVERPORT KY LIST WYtI I sight Easter Sorts C MASONIC Of The Many things which GOLDDUST FLOUR makes better them other isBread Rolls Biscuit Cake and Pastry but doesnt stop there Anything flour can be more palatable with Gold Dust Flour A trial sack from your own Grocer demonstrates its usefulness Cadick Millirvg CoGRANDVIEW IND FIELD SEEDS IIIfpA Clover Grass Seed I IEverything in the Seed line lowest prices atII McGLOTHLAN PIGGOTT Irvington Ky nW nVt HitIzJJoI IJJoI THE JEWEL CAKE TURNER any turner tho market The Hat handle gives firm grip Looks well and may bo + cleaned instant Costs less than any und 13 will lust lifetime It made the i = MFG COj4 1rI IH 1ftLLFaLF zIIHII 4rY1JWHERE ELSE Good Use CONSUMPTION DR SANDBACHS SCHOOL CourierJournal Monday Fordaville Sand bach Unan down Louisville Saturday Remind one least though off MOHAIRS good CADICKS flours made from made Cadicks W1INN Seed- Orchard TimothyI Grass fINDESTRUCTIBLE ttserpentine tJARCADE tJLatham Sanitarium Eslrvbllnhod lR9R VINE GROVE HARDIN COUNTY KY Chronic Diseases Treated Successfully CHARGES MODERATE Rational Harmless and Satisfying Methods of Treatment Mr and Mrs Hayes B Hilton returned Wednesday to Owensboro after a visit to Mr and Mrs M Weather holt Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic has stood the test 25 years Average Annual Sales over One and a Half Million bottles Does this record of merit appeal to you No Cure No Pay 50c Enclosed with every bottle is a Ten Cent package of Groves Black loot Liver Pills J a s d 1 I t f I j J t 00 4 lS I I I 1 r i I 1 1 I t j tj t i t r 1 i j t iii ii i i f I i I I 1L 1 i j L J 1Cl f iY i The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY March 1 1005 PYTHIANS HAVE A DELIGHTFUL TIME Members Of the Local Lodge And Their Families Enjoy Supper Celebrating Founding Of Order About 20D persons members of the local lodge of Knights of Pythias and their families enjoyed an elaborate supper given at Oelzes Hall last Well nesday evening The supper was given by the lodge to celebrate the forty first anniversary of tine order or the Knights of Pythias which was founded ty a small number of men at Wash ington February 10 1S64 and now has a membership ot about 700000 As February 19 fell on Sunday this year the date of the supper was ex tended to Washingtons birthday Feb ruary 22 The supper was served in four courses and was one of the moet elab orate ever given at a fraternal affair In this city There were five long tables which were attractively arrang ed Throughout the evening excellent music by the Hawesville string band of seven pieces added to the enjoyment of the occasion One feature of the evening was an appropriate talk made by RL Oelze The lodge had a free conveyance for all who attended the supper The members of the lodge who resided at TObln port could not attend because the rotton condition of the ice on the river made crossing dangerous A Chicago Alderman Owes Ills Election to Chamberlains Cough Remedy I can heartily conscientiously rec ommend Camberlams Conga Remedy for affections of the threat and lungs says Hon John Shenick 2UO So Peoria St Chicago Two years ago during a political campaign I caught cold after beinu overheated whith irritated my throat and 1 was finally compelled t stop ns I could not speak aloud In my extremity friend advised me to ue Chamberlains Cough Remedy I took two doses that after noon and could not believe my senses when I found the next morning the inflammation had largely subsided 1 took several doses that dry kept rignt op talking through the cam j pai n and 4 thank this medicine that I won my seat in the Council This remedy is for sale by Short V Haynes BEEF TRUST HARD HIT President Roosevelt through the ma chinery of Attorney General Moodys department has fired the opening gun of active warfare against the beef trust After eight months of quiet but exhaus tive investigation and several weeks of secret special preparation simultaneous attack in fifteen different cities has been made upon the combine Nearly two hundred clerks managers and agents of the various packing firms have been summoned to appear before a special grand jury in Chicago on March 20 in an attempt of the federal authorities to secure indictments against the packers for violations of the Sherman antitrust law The Colonel Waterloo Colonel John M Fuller of Honey Grove Texas nearly met his Waterloo from Liver and Kidney trouble In a recent letter he says I was nearly dead of these complaints and al though I tried my family doctor he did me no good so I got a SOo bottle ot your great Electrics Bitters which cured me I consider them the hest medicine on earth and thank God who gave you the Knowledge to make them Sold and guaranteed to cure Dyspepsia Biliousness and Kidney Disease by Short Haynes druggists at 0c a bottle HIS FIRST OFFENSE Washington Post Senator McCreary of Kentucky was the victim yesterday of Irish wit from I a Vermont Republican Dennis Flynn who brought the electoral vote of the Green Mountain state to Washington was walking up the hill in company with the Kentucky Senator Flynn isI himself very hefty Although not exceedingly tall he is exceedingly broad and the weight on the soles of his shoes is great As the two approached the Senate entrance a gust of wind blew around the corner of the Capitol with the force of a hurricane and nearly swept Senator McCreary over back wardsFlynn was quick to the rescue seizing the Senator by either arnthand pushing him into an upright position Thank you Thank you said Mc CrearyNot a bit of itretorted Flynn This is the first time in my life I ever sup ported a Democrat THREE DIE OF LAGRIPPE Three persons David Butler Mrs Frank Marshall anl Mrs Joshua rloverdied at Utility Hancock county CflLenk Jagrippe within twenty v year Down In Hancock Clarion Caleys saloon opened on Saturday Both Breckeuridge papers are adver tising picnics for next summer With the thermometer around zero this is a little short of disorderly conduct John Lott candidate for the State Senate was in town Saturday and Sm day He mixes with the voters like an old tinier and if he doesnt win the nomination it will not be for the lack of support in Hancock also Brecken ridge we are told A short time since ths Hawesville Hub mill took the contract to haul an oak tree iron Blackford bottoms to Hawesville for the J V Stimson com pany of Oweusboro where it was loaded on cars The tree consisted of three ltaelvefoot logs about four feet through The value of timber at present in this county can better be appreciated when YOU nre told that for the hauling alone they paid 4 i J D Cooper on delivery at Hawesville offered them f 0 for the first twelve foot cut but they woudntIsell The next log was good The Hub people logs very nicely one at a time on their big eightwheel wagon with eight horses attached Now that the Republican county orimary is sonear at hand there being less than six weeks time left in which to present their claims interest is mani festing itself in Democratic circles The Democrats seem to be resting on their oars awaiting the turn of April 1 The head of the Democratic ticket of course is of the most concern A num ber ot gentlemen have been mentioned but whether or not it was with their knowledge or consent we do not know The most prominently connect ed with this are the names of J O Madden and Steve Thrasher of Lewis port Judge Stephens Sheriff E G Bannon and Mayor E E Miller of HawesvilleThe of men who met here Satur day to perfect a closely knit county April How Mon day TakeDown Repeating ShotgunsThe notion one must pay from fifty dollars upwards in order to get a good shotgun has been effectively dispelled since the advent of the Winchester Repeating Shotgun These guns are sold reach of almost everybodys purse They are safe strong reliable and handy it comes shooting qualities no gun made beats them They are made in 12 and 16 gauge a store and examine one FREE Send name and aldrttt on a postal card for oar lare Illustrated catalogue WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO NEW HAVEN CONN n union of the America Society of Equity was as fine as we have seen They were dreadfully in earnest and they believe in the equity and justice of every con cession they are asking on their tobacco from a monopoly which has utterly ground them to the limit No man could enter the courthouse during any part of their sessions without being over whelmedwith their sincerity They are anything but a body of charlatans and demagogues and their efforts to secures fair and reasonable price for the product of their sweat will meet with no part of an obstacle froth think ingmen The Clarion isand has always been for them and if we can help you you have only to suggest when where and how Pleasant and Harmless Dont drug the stomach to cure a cough One Minute Cough Cure cuts the mucus draws the inflammation out of the throat lungs and bronchial tubes heals soothes and cures A quicK cure for Croup and Whooping Cough One Minute Cough Cure relieves a coughin one minute because it acts first on the mucus membrane right where the cough troublesin the lungeSold ON THE 27th upon after HERE LIST THE PRIZES To received before eieinberI To person figures received December January To person fig resolved beforo 1 To person containing fig received 1 oeforo t To person whoso fig received 1ollO before 500000 To sending nearest correct To ranking guesses below Receipts Treasury Monday month during Monthly January February 2568311 March 1763083 2344ft52c33 1710090 August October 2270000 November much monty Uncle pretty within Step REGRET OVER DEFEAT Frankfort Journal in speaking of Senator W Richardson recently defeated a candidate renomina tion State Senator says General regret is among Senator Richardsons legislative colleagues defeat nomination been a conspicuous figure about Frank fort twenty years past in addition to being of most hardworking useful members of General Assembly enjoys a personal popularity that extends to who know him STOOD THE TEST 25 YEARS original GROVES Tasteless Chill Tonic know are taking quinine a tasteless No 50c CASSIDY DEAD- Dr Cassidy of Cincinnati patent medicine who is well known in this county dead of Brights disease Cassidy has been a familiar figure at many terms of circuit court when sold patent medicine on the streets Hardinsburg DEATH IN MINE a miners entomb an explosion in a mine Birm ingham week u Positively YourLast ChanceDont Last Opportunity Dont Hesitate Act at Once UNDER A RECENT RULING OF THE POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT THIS WILL BE THE LAST CHANCE YOU WILL EVER HAVE OF PARTICIPATING IN ANY FURTHER CASH OR GUESSING CONTESTS 35000 IN 500 PRIZES GIVEN AWAY SIX OF 500000 EACH THIS CONTEST THE AMOUNT OF MONEY THAT WILL BE PAID INTO THE TREASURY DEPARTMENT AT WASHINGTON D C ON 27TH DAY OF MARCH 1905 WHICH IS THE LAST MONDAY IN MONTH Contest will positively close on March 22ml 1005 which is five days before March which days receipts you are to estimate The official figures will he known on next day or six days the contest closes prizes will be awarded immediately and long time occur waiting the result IS A OF II exactIIthe person whose guess containing the tIll figures 55 11101 till whose guess eont fining tho exact Is on or S3 1804 rand before 15th 1005 500000 tho whose guess rontiilnlng tho exact urus Is on or after Ian 15 and Feb 1005 5000 00 tho whose guess the exact ures on or after Keb and Fob M 1005 5000 00 the guess containing the exact ures Is on or after and Mar 10 JIXj the person In the 5000 00 assist you In your we give the of the for the lust in the lust your Year 1004 25th 1002071 46 26th 54 28th 2071685 78 25th 2235074 28 May 23rd 13 27th July 25th 69 29th 1891075 01 September 20th 2587441 64 31st 50 28th 2459517 21 Mill Sam take in on March 27th 1905 that When to into gun The Gus as for for felt over his for the He has for and one the und the all HAS The old You what you It Is ion and in form euro no pay DR R J the man is Dr he at Over hundred were ed by near Ala last CASH PRIZES IS THE the and no will for utter guess each Juno To the person sending in the second nearest correct guess 2000 00 To the person sending In tho third nearest correct guess 700 00 To the person sending In tho fourth nearest correct guess 300 00 To the person sending In tho fifth nearest correct guess 1 100 00 To tho person sending In tho sixth nearest correct guess 50 00 To the next six j25 each 150 00 To the next seventeen 10 each 170 00 To the next sixtysix f5 each 330 00 To the next fuur hundred J3 each 1200 00 500 PRIZES 535000 00 In case of a tie for any of tho Special or First Six Prizes such prize will be equally divided between contestants Subscription Blank THE BRECKENRIDQE NEWS Cloverport Ky Inclosed find S to apply on Subscription Account Name w Postomco StateYou are entitled to one guess for every dollar paid on Subscription My Guesses of the U S Treasury Receipts for March 37th 1905 are THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY SMITHS ILLNESSI Washington Feb 24 Representative S with of Kentucky was prevented 1 y I his recent illness from preparing a speech in the Swayne case All of the four other managers on the part of theI House made speeches today in the closing argument REJECTED SUITORS FAMOUS LOVERS WHO HAVE BEEN VICTIMS OF CUPIDS PRANKS Ilyrniin Cruel Experience With Ml Clmwortli Shelley Affair of the Heart The Girl Who WIIN Much Too Good io Marry Alic Lincoln theIrejected lover to remember that many of the greatest men In history have suffered equal pangs and survived the sumo ordeal to thud married happiness elsewhereEven ron that most beautiful and gifted of men hud more than his share of refusals and one of them at least wus accompanied by words which left a sting to his lust day He was only a Harrow schoolboy of sixteen when he fell madly In love with Miss Cha worth of Anueslcy a young heiress of some beauty who was two years older than himself But Miss Chaworth treated all the boys shy advances with laughter and contempt and ulthough he was suf fering the tortures of the lost for liar sake refused to take him seriously But the crowning blow came when In tin adjacent room he overheard Mss Chaworth say to her maid Do you think I could cure anything for that lame boy i This cruel speech he afterward said was like a shot through uiy heart Although It was late and pitch lark I darted out of the house and never stopped running until I reached Newstead Shelley too almost as handsome and ns gifted as Byron knew from more thaw one experience the pangs of rejection After he had been expelled from Oxford and went to London with his fellow culprit Hogg to live he fell violently in love with his landladys daughter who bore the unromantic name of Eliza Jenkins But Eliza even though he threatened to commit suicide in his despair refused to have anything to do with him and when a few months later having thought bet ter of the suicidal threat he sought to console himself by paying court to Miss Harriet Grove a pretty cousin she was so alarmed at his heterodoxies that she sent him very decidedly about his business When Sheridan following the exam ple of ninny other amorous young men fell over head and ears In love with Miss LInley the beautiful singer she only laughed at his ardor and made faces at him behind his back and yet he used that subtle and eloquent tongue of his to such purpose that he actually ran away with her to a French nunnery and married her after fighting several duels with his rivals and her persecutorsWhen the great politician and orator was a student at Trinity col loge Dublin he is said to have had more than one love disappointment His first infatuation was for the daughter of a small publican whose dark eyes fired the blood of the young Irishman but after coquetting with him for a time she jilted him in the most heartless fashion His success too with his beautiful countrywoman Margaret Wofilngton was no greater although he remained her loyal lover to the uBE When Abraham Lincoln as a youth of eighteen was living in a rude JOIlI cabin in Spencer county Ind and picking up the rudiments of education In the Intervals of rail splitting and plowing he fell In love with the daughter of a poor Irish settler in a neighboring log cabin and after many clumsy failures to declare his love to her In person penned with difficulty one of his first letters asking her to become his wife He never received an answer to this clumsy effusion as he afterward call ed It but when next he met Bridget she tossed her head and looked another way She was much too good she is said to have declared to marry a gawky farm laborer Then It was that Lincoln left the paternal cabin and voyaged as hired hand on a flatboat into that greater world which before long was to ring with the name of the gawky farm boy When thir teen years or so later Abraham Lin coIn became president of the United States Bridget was still living the slatternly wife of a farm laborer In n log cabin and still preserved the 111 penned letter which might if she lord been wise have made her the first Indy of the land It is well known that Jean Baptiste Bernadotte when he was a private of marines was Indignantly refused by a girl of very humble rank who thought herself much too good to marry a common soldier What her reflec tions were In later years when the despised private was the powerful king of Sweden and Norway history does not record Philadelphia Times Inufdm and Flower It has long been a mooted question whether Insects are attracted to flowers by tho bright hues of the petals or by the odor of the flowers and recent experiments carried out on quite an extensive scale seem to Indicate that the perfume is the essential di rective agent It is concluded that insects are guided from a distance to masses of flowers by their perfume alone but that where flowers are grown singly insects are attracted gen erally by color and where the distance Is small the odor doubtless assists in attracting and directing the movements of the flying insects SPECIAL RATES 1 Via Illinois Central R Rr New Orleans and Return Account Mardi Gras March 1st to 6th inclusive California and The Northwest One way colonist March 1st to May 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lI t 1j 1 t i I i r ti f t k1k1- i k1I i I k1i i 1 he Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY March 1 1003 OBACCO TRUSTS ORGAN HARD HIT iarksville Leaf Chronicle Is Showing Up Editorial Antics Of Western Tobacco Journal The Clarksville LeafChronicle says of the Western Tobacco Journal the organ of the tobacco trust The Western Tobacco Journal which does not try to conceal its position as tne organ of the American Tobacco overlers organizations In the black patch It I s amusing to read the editorial antics which Would be read here with hilarious interest and at the same time serve to strengthen the planters in holding fast We are pleased to commend this trust organ to the farm ers which would keep them well post ed on the doings ot the bust When the trust gets tired the Journal takes a spell of the blues and writes in sar castic limitations It encourages the trust to hope for a break down be cause the banks are not in business for their health and the tug of war will come when tobacco which is tied up for future sales at high prices must be sold That is when the pressure comes and then intimates that lie trust will be in clover From jHopkmsvilie the Journal learns that ri nothing is doing excepting the So oiety of Equity in their operators of getting men to stick At Princeton we are told that the Gallaher company has bought all the tobaccs it wants but Mr John G Orr of the Imperial company is still In the market The hill billies are referred to as un der whatever name they appear little independent farmers crops have changed hands or expect to do so However the Journal discovers t ric es advancing from onefourth to one half cent all along the line and grows frantic over the loud gasconade of the local papers in firing up the temperature of its members calling for gener al assistant from merchants bankers and All others they can get in etc Then this interesting paper goes on to ring the alarm over the merchants who cant hold out and must have their money The Journal for the good of its trust friends ought to come down in the black patch and learn what kind of stuff our people are made of farmers bankers and merchants Our bankers have money to lend all the year merchants are in good lix able to carry heavy burdens all summer Nobody out the trust wants to push planters to the wall rather theywant tc get the worth of their tobacco and once more see the country Hooded with money and prosperity On every hand our people are all of one mind and bound together by the ties of a great brotherhoodund while we have plenty of law and order no man will dare try to crush our lambs Every magistrate constable sheriff lawyer and juryman in the land is on the aide of the farmers in this tight and the man who starts to oppose these people by law will wish himself in Hells Hole before he gets through FIRST INAUGURAL BALL Four hundred gaestn as all the con temporaneous accounts agree gathered at the flrat Inauguration Ball which t The Song of the Cradle Ono of the grandest agencies 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more good than all the other treatment I have ever received BAD HEADACHES gen orally arise from bad stom achs Foul breath bitter taste coated tongue sour eructations or belching of gas are common symptoms though not all present in case To cure takesmall doses only ono or two each day of old Dr FJercos Pleasant Pellets the Orlgl nil Little Liver Pills first put up by him 40 tour years cathartic ago One or two a laxative overII We Risk It Druggists Who Sell Dr Miles Nervino Agree If It Fails To Refund Cost Of course we reimburse tho druggist You know him and trust him Dr Miles Nervino Is medlclno for your nervesIt diseases of tho Internal or gans by giving tono to tho nerves which make those organs work It is a novel theory not of anatomy but of treatment first discovered by Dr Miles and since made use of by many wideawake physicians who appreciate Its value In treating the sick If you are sick we otter you a way to be made wellDr Miles Nervine This medicineI Is a scientific cure for 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March 4 1809 at Mr Longs hotel on Capitol Hill in celebration ot the accession to the Presidency of James Madison Each of the three Presidents who hadprceded him in office had been permitted to close the dav of his Inauguration by going early to bed Gen Washington and John Adams had been inaugurated at temporary capl tols and Thomas Jefferson would have rebelled against a ceremony plainly modeled upon the customs of royalty bnt when Madisons inauguration came the new Federal City had been a visible fact for nine years and was determined to assert a right to enjoy itself even if in doing so it followed a habit always hitherto associated with the celebration of the corona tion of kings From Unillard Hunts The First Inaugural Ball in the March C ntury A Dinner Invitation After a hearty meal a dose of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will prevent an attack of Indigestion Kodol is a thorough digestant and a guaranteed cure for Inaigestion Dyspepsia Gas on the Sto mach Sour Risings Bad Breath and all stomach troubles N Watkins Lesbns Ky says I can testify to the efficacy of Kodol in the cure of Stomach Trouble I was afflicted with Stomach trouble for fifteen years and have taken six bottles of your Kodol Dyspepsia Cure which entirely cured me The six bottles were worth 1000 to me Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will digest any quantity of all wholesome food you want to flat while your sto mach takes a streouperates and grows strong This wonderful prepar ation is justly intitled to all of Its many remarkable cures Sold by All Druggists KEHOESRESOLUTION Washington Feb 23 Representative Kehoe of Kentucky introduced a resolution today for an investigation by the Department of Commerce and La bor as to the cause of the difference between the price of leaf tobacco and the manufactured article especially in Kentucky Ohio and Tennessee and whether the same is due to a trust or combination in the form of H conspiracy in restraint of trade It is desired to know what has caused the low price of leaf tobacco and whether there is any corporation or joint stock company engaged in the business of handling tobacco whether such company uses the boy cott or blacklist in its purchses or has taken any measures to prevent compe tition The resolution requires fall investigation of such corporation or joint stock company Washington Feb 2 Representative Kehoe is circulating a petition asking for consideration of his resolution to investigate the Tobacco Trust Members from all the tobacco growing States signed it today WAR TO CONTINUE Berlin Feb 23The Emperor of Russia has elected to continue the warHis position is absolutely firm and the German court has been advised in that sense The war will be pressed wih the Utmost energy the domestic situation being now within the control of the authorities TO PRIZE AT ONCE Henderson Ky Feb 23The committee of the organized tobaoco growers awarded the contract for prizing 3500000 pounds to J E Rankin Jr The work will begin at once AN IRVINGTON GIRL- ROMANTICLY WON M LGilbertof Murray Attracted By Miss Eula Paynes Picture Y In PaperMarriage To Follow A special from Eddyville to the Lou isville Times says Cards are out announcing the ap proaching marriage of Miss Eula Payne of Irvington Ky to M E Gilbert of Murray Ky on Wednes day March 15 1003 Miss Payne is a daughter of Mr and Mrs S R Payne of Brecitenridge county and is one of the most popular and highly cultured young ladies of her section Mr Giloert who is n nephew of the late Senator J W Gilbert of Murray is a young man of excellent attributes The publication ot the pretty girls picture in the Louisville Times at the time of her graduation from the Uni versity of Chicago in June of last year attracted the young nan and while en route to Chicago he recognized her on the train and sought an introduc tion A correspondence followed and soon the groomtobe visited the young lady at her home which visit was afterwards followed by another and as evidence of his ability us a pleader for Mr Gilbert is an attorney though now in the employ of the State at the branch penitentiary the marriage will occur aa above stated Mr S R Payne resides at Irving- ton and is a merchant ot that place He formerly resided at Stephensport A GUARANTEED CURE FOR CHILLS Itching nand nieedluj or Protruding Plies Druggists refund money If PAZU OINTMENT falls to euro any case no mutter of how longstanding In II to 14 days First application gives ease and rust toe If your druggist hasnt It send 50c In stamps and It MedlIcInaCo THE MUCKENFUSS CURE- I J Muckenfuss of this city has a prescription for the cure of diseases of the eye which was bequeathed to him by his father who inherited it from his grandfather The formula of the pre scription is n secret told to only one member of each succeeding generation at the dying request of Mr Muckeu fuss grandfather who discovered the remedy Mr Muckenfuss has refused big offers for the prescription but has done great good in many instances where he has applied the remedy and has made no charges for his services He has effected cures in different sec tions of the State some of them in cases of long standing and all in a marvelously short lime Ac present the cures he is effecting here in several cases of pinkeye are attracting attention one man being cured in less than two days after his eyes had been in a serious condition for two weeks Mr Muckenfuss is engaged in the timber business He came to this city several years ago from Owensboro Mothers Listen Protect your babies from that dread ed disease Croup by applying Para campn freely and giving ten to fifteen drops internally Paracamph is safe and sure It does not contain any Co caine Opium or Chloroform It is mothers remedy and should be in every home every day m the year HIGH WATERMARK After five years of careful breeding for egg production regardless of all other accomplishments Professor George M Gowell agricultural expert at the University of Maine has succeeded in obtaining more than forty hens that have yielded more than 200 eggs apiece in a year and has produced one hen which has laid 251 eggs within twelve months thus beating all previous reported records in egg yield Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Dont Know it How To Find Out Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let It stand twentyfour hour a about sediment or set tling Indicates an unhealthy condi of the kid neys If stains your linen Is evidence of kid ney trouble too frequent desire to pass or pain In the back is I convincing proof that the kidneys and blad der are out of orderWhat to Do There IIs comfort In the knowledge so SwampRootwish In curing rheumatism pain In the hack kidneys liver bladder and every part InabilitytopassingItwine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times during the night The mild the extra effect of SwampRoot is soon realize It stands the highest for Its won derful cures of the most 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sore throat bnonchitis coughs and colds Guaranteed Short Haynes arug store price U5c and 100 Trial bottle fre- eHARDINS GOOD ROADS Hardin county last year expended 18450yO on public roads and brid ges 13 152 11 was expended in the construction of motal roads and 5 27740 in building bridges and grading dirt roads About IOU miles of dirt road were graded and twentytnree and onefourth tUlles ofjtnrnpike or macadam roads were constructed at a cost of 8572 per mile A Hood Thing Is to get just what you ask for in the drugstore so insist on having Para camph for Catarrh or Cold iu the Head Paracamph contains no cocaine as many socalled Catarrhjremedies do but it relieves you instantly by sooth ing the inflamed parts and destroying the germs which cause the trouble So dont suffer Try it today MISS COLLIE WEDS Miss Lillian Collie daughter of Rev D L Collie and well known in Louis ville where she lived during the sev eral years of her fathers pastorage was united in marriage last Wednesday evening at Abeline Texas the present home of the family to Mr James Fuller Nall of Elizabethtown Ky The ceremony was performed at the First M E church South Rev AP Lyon also formerly of Louisville but now of Elizabethtown and pastor of the groom officiated Louisville Times Miss Collie is a sister of Mrs P L King of this city and is well known hereHenry HenryWattersons Letters from Europe Will Be A Leading Feature of The CourierJournalDuring THERE WILL BE MANY OTHER ATTRACTIVE DEPARTMENTS ALL GOING TO MAKE A COMPLETE NEWSPAPER Mall Rates Daily CourierJournal 1 year 6 Dally and Sunday 1 year8Ve- ekly 1 year- COURIERJOURNAL 1 COMPANY LOUISVILLE KY By a Special Arrangement you can get the- BRECKENRIDGE NEWS and the WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL both one year for only 150 This is for cash subscriptions only All subscriptions under this combination offer must be sent through the BRECKENRIDGE NEWS OFFICE Cloverport Ky THE HOME OF VINOL To Rundown People Many people think they have some organic 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Success Write for illustrated literature or better still Go and See For Yourself- An ounce of personal investigation is worth a pound of descriptionEXCEPTIONALLY LOW RATES The 1st and 3d Tuesdays of Each Month GEO II LEE G P A II I McGUIRE D PA Little Rock Ark Cincinnati 0 e l TOBACCO BRINGS S8 W M Grouse sold a load of tobacco at Owensboro last week for 805 per hundred pound PARKER BALSCltuutt ltalrPromotes nnatr T 9 11Cure aJc tp a w 4 Xi Jj I d-J I r A 1 i 0 f w J 4 J i I k iTTr kr 1 I Ih It 1 ii r t Fla FlF t I t ir i ii t r fX I r t i i If I t r 1 Irv 1 r r I I i j r i i The Breckenridge NewI= WEDNESDAY March 1 190s = IRVINGTON Robt Woods of Louisville was he SaturdayMary Nevitt will leave some time soon for sohool Mrs Urns Chamberlain was in Louisville visiting several da 8IRev J T Lewis was in Louisville several days attending the union r viral Mrs McOoy will go to Louisville a few weeks to purchase her sprit millinery Mrs William Gardner is convales cent after having suffered many days from the grip H H Kemper and W H Hopper left Monday for a business trip to New Haven Ky Mr and Mrs Perry Weaver of Louisville are with her parents Washington Pla e Mrs Fidelia Galloway was Cloverport Sunday to see her son + Poi ndetter Galloway Morris Jolly is slowly improving since a second operation for tubercu lists at au infirmary in Louisville Mrs Nannie Wathen leaves shortly for an indefinite visit to Louisville ardstown Springfield and other points- E B Smith of West View where as last week looking out q location with the view to moving here at an early date Messrs Jolly Chambrlain and Pig gott enjoyed an annual meeting of the Shrlners at Scottish Rite Cathedral1I LouisvilleW Milton Brown are home from a trip to Paradise Ky wlte they went to attend a meeting of the Brown family Harold Scott Davis is assistant cas ier of the First State Bank Mr Davis is from Madison Ind where he ha been associated with the Peoples Ban The Ladies Aid and Missionary Society have changed the date of I their meetings from Saturday to Tuesday afternoon before the tourth Sunday In each month A call meeting is arranged for Tuesday atterujon before the second Sunday Iin this montn SCHOOL HONOR ROLL The tolle wing pupils of the Irving ton private school Miss hdith Marshal teacher attained an average of a least Very Good DO per cent in end subject t- Seventh J Grade Claire Jolly Waite- Plggott Fourth Urnds Agnes Eynee Third Grade Eliza Piggott Katherine 1 Wimp First GradeRuth Hynes moot 1 I JollyThe following attained an average J of V G DO in every subject weep t oneEthel Dowpll Seventh tirade 1 Lamar Gardner Fourth tirade r IIncredible Brutality It would have been incredible bru tahty if Chas F Lemberger ot Syracuse N Y hall not dune the best he jI could for his suffering son My I boy he says cut a fearful gnsh I over his eye so I applied Arnica balve which quickly healed iitI and saved hiS eye Good for burns and ulcers too Only 2rc at Short = Haynes drug stare j It t BIG SPRING J Achilles Moorman was in Louisville J last weeK 1 Born to the wife of Guy Meyer on Feb 14 a daughter Miss Venuie Moeman is visitiui I her uncleJotj Shipley of Mays lirove John Armstrong has moved from townI a to a farm near New Salem church Clay McGehee of Brandenburg wa I the guest of Raymond Moorman lastE week Leo Do well was at Ekron Sunday at the iiedside of his brother Ed Dowell Ayers Give nature three helps andenearly every case of consumption will recover Fresh air most important of all Cherry PectoralNourishing Then a medicine to controls the cough and heal the lungs Ask any good doctor t tint lIed Ayeri Cherry Pectoral M fearsaalto I hno aoen terrible ease or lung dla eaifi cared lIIrlt I mil serer without It ALUKUT U IUMILTOW Marletu Ohio ScSOc rW J O AVER CO An drulIlIllUfor Towell MJtu ConsumptionI l nds dali action of tho turew th Ayors Pills WONDERFUL CURE OF SORE HANDS teBy Cuticura After the Most Awful Suffering Ever Experienced EIGHT DOCTORS eAnd Many Remedies Failed Into do a Cents Worth ngof Good I was troubled with sore hands so sore that when I would put them in water the pain would nearly set me crazy the skin would peel off and the flesh would get hard and break There would be blood flowing from at least fifty places on each hand Words could ltnevcr tell the suffering I endured for three years I tried everything but could get no relief I tried at least toeight different doctors but none did me any good as my hands were as bad when I got through doctoring as when I began I also tried many remedies but none of them ever did me one cents worth of good I was discour aged and heartsore I would feel so bad mornings to think I had to go to work and stand the pain for ten hours IoftcnldtlikegiinigupmypositionBefore have to wrap every finger up sep aratcly so as to try and keep them soft and then wear gloves over the rags to keep the grease from getting on my work At night I would have to wear gloves in fact I had to wear gloves all the time But thanks to Cuticura that is all over now ICURED FOR SOC After doctoring for three years Socebox of Cuticura Ointment ended all my sufferings Its been two years since I used any and I dont know neverhlost a days work while using Cuti cure Ointments THOMAS A CLANCY- k 310 N Montgomery St Trenton NJSold throughout the world Cuticura Itttolvent Me tin Ijrm of Chocolate Coital Cal 2te per rlil ot CO Ointment Me Soap S5c IVrtter Drug a Chew Corp nostoeSole Proprietor Of Send for The Uretl Skin nook Rev Ti M Russell attended the missionary meeting at Irvington Tuesday Mr and Mrs J W Hardin are on the sick list and are confined to their room Unman Stone of Mays hove wasI guesttof Miss Lulu Scott 1FranK Bush is car lng the marl from Doranrfc Collins who have the contract Messrs Suiitn and famed of the Boston Banking Co of Boston Ky were last week prospecting for a bankJames R Claikson had his sale February 22 and left with his tauily- t on Saturday for Crawfordsville Ind where he will reside I Muss Ola Mae Shumates school closed Wednesday and she had an entertainment in the afternoon The scholars acquitted themselves very creditably and had an oldfashioned pound party at the schoolhouse thatii night There was quite a large crowd in attendances Quite a number from Stiths Vallev attended the schoolhouse party here 1 Wednesday evening Misses Mabel Scott and Emma Miller receiveda 1 medal each for the highest average in 1 their grades Misses Ruth and Grace Russell received a book each for ro 1 ceiving the most htad mares intheir i grades Miss Malieie Morris received a book for not being tardy and regular j attendance Master Schyler Martin rev 1 ceived a booK for regular attendance A I j Destructhe Fire To draw the fire out of a burn or heal cut without leaving a scar use 1 speoifipsfor plies Get the genuine J L Tuck editor of ins Harmonizer Center Ala writes I have used DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve in my family for Piles cuts and burns It is the best salve on the market Every family should keep it on handSold by all Druggists i GARRETT John Funk and F Ritchie were in Brandenburg Tuesday Miss Bernice Shacklett w ill be gov in W H Dhonans family for two mouths Sam Keysof Ekron Francis Ritchie and JlauiIy and Little Florence and Lucile Rhodes were guests of Charles Rirohe Thursday The many friends here of Miss i Lama Shirclffe and Emmet Williams of near Flaherty were very much when news was received of their marriage at Elizabethtown Feb 10 The attendants were Alqert Joe ahircliife brothers ot the bride Rev Father Daily performed the ceremony Mr and dirs Williams were very prominent in young society J They will make their homo in Bowl ug Green 1 I Mrs N C Porter and Miss Josie Berry went to Henderson Saturday toII visit relatives u HARD1NSBURQ County court last Monday Thomas Carman of Hopmnsville was in town Monday Mrs June Marshall will probably move to town in the near future John P Haswell Xr Son have added a line of hardware to their stock Luther Clemmons of Rocicvale was In town Monday attending court Win H Carman of Caster was in town Saturday on u business trip L D Addison of Louisville was In the city Saturday on a business trip Robert E Woods of Louisville was in town Saturday on legal business Jno D Shaw cashier of the Farmers Bank was in Louisville last week Capt Henry DeH Moorman went to Millwocd Tuesday on a business tripClaude Mercer is able to be at his office again after an illness of two weeksMiss Alhe Witt has comnleted her school at Persimmon Flat and return ed home Miss Margaret Baker has accepted a position as clerk in county court clerks office The Rev Everett English filled his regular appointment at the Baptist church Sunday Jesse Macy of Garfield was the guest of Mr and Mrs Paul Compton several days of last week Mrs Percy M Beard and children are visiting Mr and Mrs D S Richardson at Union Star Circuit Clerk Thomas J Moore was the guest of Mr and Mrs Eliza Moore at Rockvale Sunday Mrs Wm U Haswell visited hert parents Mr and Mrs Geo W Mo Jubbins at Stephenaport Sunday Ben Beanchamp of Union Star constable for that magisterial district tva in town Monday on business connecte- with his office W S Ball W F Hook and T J Moore attended the entertainment giv en by the K Ps at Cloverport last Wednesday evening Prof 14b Youngblood ot Detroit Mich gave a lecture illustrated with stereopticon views at the oper house Monday night A very Hood audience was present in compliance with numerous re quests the Ladies Aid Society has consented to give another spelling bee at the courthouse on the evening of Friday March J5 The public generally it invited Mr and Mrs J A Barry were in Louisville last week visiting relatives MATTING LY Born February 20 to the wife of Marion Jackson a daughter Claud and Everett Frank left last Friday for Evansville where they will reside RevGWRichards filled his appoint SaturdayIis convalescent There arc no more new cases Mr and Mrs Alfred Hawkins were the guests of Mr and Mrs M E Haw I bleton last SuudajI j Messrs Mike Hendrick and Norviu Miller were the guests of Misses Ida and Bertha Walls last Sunday Clint Frank of this place has rented his farm to C D Hambletou and will move to Evansville soon Miss Rilla Howard Charley Howard Mr and Mrs B F Frank were the guests of Mr and Mrs Ernest Pateii last Sunday H I Roberts who has been teaching 4 schoolat Hardins sctoolhouse closedii his school last Friday Mr Roberts has given entire satisfaction I GARFIELD j I Hiram McCoy is no LetterII Mrs George Snider Is very low with consumption I MarchII April May There is a best time for doing tvery thing that is a time when a thing can be done to the best ad vantage most easily and most ef fectively Now is the best time for purifying your blood Why tryingtopimples and other eruptions that j have come on your face and body j Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Are the medicines to takethey doII the work thoroughly and agreeably and never fail to do it Hoods arc the medicines you I have always heardrecommended 1 cannot recommend Hoods Sarsaparilla j too highly as a spring medicine When We betterthroujchthe I Hoods Sarsaparllla promises to cure and keeps the promise The Grip Leaves Thousands in its Path Weak Nervous Dyspeptic Catarrh Wrecks From New York Journal i During the recent Grip epi dunk claiming a million vic tims or more the efficiency of Peruna in quickly relieving this malady and its aftereffects has been the talk ofthe COlltlilelltLIKB grip has crossed our leaving behind scores of physical wrecks Victims of catarrh of the head catarrh 1of tho throat catarrh of the lungs catarrh of the stomach catarrh of tho kidneys catarrh of the pelvic organs are to bo counted by hundreds of thousands Grip Is epidemic catarrh and sows tho seed of chronic catarrh within the system sufforosrs rocovedry until they have used Peruna Never in tho history of medicine has a remedy received such unqualified and universal eulogies as Peruna A New York Aldermans Experience lIon Joseph A Flinn alderman Fit District writes from 101 Cliristoph- street Now York City as follows oaur people we take precaution as a nation to preserve the citizens against tho dro diseaseLa grippe has entered thousands o- flour homes this fall and I noticed that tho people who used Peruna were quick ly restored while thoso who depended on doctors prescriptions spent weeks in recovering leaving thorn weak and emaciated I had a slight attack of In grippo and at onto took icruna which drove the Mr Jones of Tennessee is visiting his son Jas Jones at this place- R Critt of Long Grove Hardin count has been visiting his daughter Mrs Nellie Simmons near berg Eddie Bell and bride nee Miss Ida Masden of Lebanon Junction are visiting his relatives at this place Mrs Belle Hoard and Mrs Minnie Downs of Oweusboro attended the funeralof their sister Mrs Jane Board t at Harped Stanley Scott and family who left for Texas a short time ago write back they are well pleased with their new home and will begin planting corn about I March 10 Mid will plant thirty acres in cotton J TARFORK Mrs Jess Weatherholt is suffering witnllagrippe The smallpox patient at this placei is doing nicely No new cases Simon Beavin and family came down from Kirk last week to visit relatives Floyd Lancaster was called to AskinI Tuesday Feb 21 on account of tt e sudden death of its father leroy Ryan has removed his family to Kirk He will resume his former clerKship there in Sherrans storejj The stork visited the wife ot Marion Jackson Feb 21 but as they arej quarantined we failed to hear whit I sex it favored them with 1 1t t AFTER TRUST RIGHT Chnnuto Kan Fob 25Grim final proceedings against the officers and employes of tho Oil and Gas Company will b started at once Cases will be 1 brought in every Kansas county where the company does bu inessI Conviction will be asked for under the provisions of the Farrolly anti trust law The Prairie Company which is the Standard Oil Com panys branch has offices i a Chautauqua Montgomery Wilson Neosho and Allen counties Announcement of tho suit was made last night by W E ConI nelly of the Advisory Board o the Kansas Oil Producers Asso elation Chicago Fob 25 Independ ent crude oil producers and refiner I THE GRIP LEAVESJii PATH WEAK DYSPEPTIC CATARRH WRECI 1uI = disease out of my system In a foe days and did not hinder ma from pursuing my daily work I should like to see our Board of Health give It official recognition and havo It used generally among our poor sick people In Greater New York Joseph A Ellnn D L Wallace a charter member of the International Barbers Union writes from 15 Western avenue Minneapolis i Minn Following a severe attack of la grippo I seemed to be affected badly all over I suffered with a severe backache indi1 gestion and numerous ills so I cool Ineither cat nor sleep and I thought would give up my work which I could dothgreatler3r erhelped by Peruna advised me to try It and I procured a bottlo the same day I used it faithfully and felt a marked im DurlnJthenexttwomonthsldI took five bottles and then felt splendid Now my head Is clear my nerves steady I enjoy food and rest well Pc runa has been worth a dollar a dose t- omeD L Wallace Mr O II Perry Atchison Kansas writes Again after repeated trials of your medicines Poruna and Manalin I give this as my expression of the wonderful1 results of your very valuable medicine on from Kansas Ohio Illinois and Indiana joined in the formation bore today of an organization o defense against the alleged eradicating pressure of the Standard Oil Company Tho new organization is to bo known as the National Crude Oil Producers Association THE HOOK SISTERS Saturdays CourierJournal contained picture of Tho Seven Hook Sisters of Ilardmsburg who are Mrs Thomas BlythoMrs- Gus Shellman Miss Bettie Hook Mrs Gerdo Kendrick Miss Mat tie Z Hook Mrs Chins Scott and Miss Beulah Hookl Mrs Scott and Misses Bettie and Beulah Hook ore now in Gulfport Miss Warning When you ask a druggist for Para camph be sure you get it There is nothing just as good Paracamph is guaranteed to cure Piles Eczema Tetter Itch Saltrheum etc Remem ber the name Paracamph 25 cents CASE FILED AWAY J C Jones the lumber dealer of Fordsville Ky accused of at tempting to pass a forged check on Crutoher Starks Fourth wasbpresented in the Police Court yesterday The case was tiled away Saturdays Lpuisville 1braid- TRENTSIPES 2SeHisseSipes of Rosetta were married last Wednesday ovoningat 7 oclock the home of the bride Champion LUiment for Rheumatism Chus Drake a mall carrier at Chap inville Conn says Chamberlains Pain Balm is the champion of all lini troubledngreat deal with rheumatism in my shoulder After trying several cures the store keeper here recommended this remedy and it completely oared If There is no use o anyone snt ailmentfwhen this liniment can DO obtained for a small sum One application gives prompt relief and its continued use for a short time will produce a permanent cure For sale by Short e Haynes In Its effects in my case after repeated trials First it cured mo of chron bron cliffs of fifteen years standing busing two bottles of Foruna in January 1S91Iand no return of it After I was cured of bronchitis I had la grippo every winter for wvqral win ters But through tho use of Fcruna it got gradually weaker in Its severity until it dwindled down to a more stupor for two or three days Now the stupor docs not trouble mo any morelO IIPerry Experiencedof Representatives I1ashington D C Peruna Medicine Co Columbus Ohio Gentlemen I am moro than satisfied with Peruna and find it to be an excel lent remedy for the grip and catarrh I have used it in my family and they all join mo in recommending it as an extol lent remedv Very respectfully George H White If you do not derive prompt and satis factory results from tho use of Feruna write at once to Dr Hartman giving a full statement of your case and ho will be pleased to give you his valuable ad vice gratis Address Dr Hartman President of The Hartman Sanitarium Columbus Ohio GOES TO PIKEVILLE Bapf tist brotheri at Pikevillo have selected Rev W B Rutledge of Kentucky as their Pastor for the aenative of Bledsoe county and like most of our Sequachie boys who have gone away from home has hisnprofession Ho is a bright and able young man and the people of Pikoville and surrounding cpm munity welcome him back in their midst We bespeak for him a successful year in Pikovillo and wo are sure that no man could have been employed by them who would accomplish more or do better work than Brother Rut Bannerb I OA99 T O Xt X J Bears tin Kind You Hate Always Bougbf Blgntore 01 cLThe AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 3 e 3 Jewelry 3 Musical Instruments- Watches s 3 t No mistake In buyIng Jewelry from= us It Is good just what we represent It to be or wo give your money back = Wo do not handle cheap stuff Wo only handle good goods such as we can JM1 guarantee We sell good goods cheap r In musIcal Instruments and watches our same guaranteo goes We build our business on our reputation for honesty and fair doullnR When you 1 want a pIece of jewelry a watch or n musical Instrument think of us vour homo Jewelers Como In and talk the matter over with us before you send away tofdealers who have no Interest In you further than to sell you some somethIngthat T C LEWIS SON 1 YOUR JEWELERS HARDINSBURQ KENTUCKY= YTTYYTYYTYTTYTTTTTTTTTTY muYe L J t 1 e t iiJJIQ J rJ I t t js j 16t 1ivi- i r j 1 I Y hy 1 4- v