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THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSJ ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO P R I NTt1 ITI VOL XXIX t CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 8 1905 t 8 Pages NO 34 a OFFICERS SECOND LAST WEEK CALL Tobacco Growers Of The County Meet At llardinsbur On Next SaturdayProgram Submitted JIIThe call for a county convention of kv the Breokenridge local unions of the American Society of Equity which was published in the News last week nas been seconded iby the officers of the county union and a program for the meeting has been submitted by them The call was made by Deputy President E B Oglesby of this city and read as follows For the purposs of completing the organization of the Bronkenridgt county union of the American Society ot EquityJdelegates from every local union in the county are urgently re quested to meet at Hardinshurg on Saturday March 11 It is necessary for the accomplishment of this purpose that every local union be represented The officers of the county union sec ond the call in the following The officers of the county unicn see ono the call already made for a county meeting Saturday March 11 jP 1005It is expected and desired that this will be the best and tuost importantI meeting ot the tobacco growers Breokenridge county has ever held Each local union in the county is urg ed to nand two delegates and every farmer is invited The conventional be called to order at 1000 oclock a m The following program is submitted Backbone to hold your tobacco GS Wilson How may farmers secure advances on their tobacco as a help toholding Jas W Miller Should the tooacco acreage be rn ducedW S Ball Advantages of grading tobacco Chas Adkispon What should the farmer substitute tot tobaccoDr P W Foote How to improve and jmrfect the organization in Breckeundge county E B Og esby G S Wilson Pres Joel H Pile Secy IAGood Thing Is to get just what you ask for in the drugstore so insist on having Para Itmpn for Catarrh or Cold in the Head Paracamph contains no cocaine as many socalled Catarrh remedies do but it relieves you instantly by soothing the inflamed parts and destroying th germs which causelthe trouble So e dont suffer Try it today THE INAUGURATION Theodore Roosevelt and Charles W Fairbanks were inaugurated in Washington Saturday as President and I Vice President of the United States The inauguration ceremonies proper were brief and impressive and the in augural parade exceeded all previous parades in point of numbers and in unique attractions It is estimated i that 200000 visitors were attracted to Washington The line of march was more artistically decorated than ever before No street in the city was without flags Palms were a teature t of the decorations and along each side of Pennsylvania avenue were noted historinal figures in great num L from the St Louis Exposition 1 1bels festivities of the day closed h the inaugural ball at the Pen sion building and a display of tire works A feature ot the inaugural ball was the presence of a trained orchestra of GOO voices The exhibition of fireworks was the most elaborate i ever seen at the National CapitalI 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 valu able for colds croup and whooping L cough For sale by Short Haynes ROBBERY ATTEMPTED- An unsuccessful attempt was made early this morning to loot the Ken tuck and Indiana Bank at West Point Ky but the burglars left without taking any booty Entrance was gained by forcing H side window The burglars used nI l frogljcerm in forcing the door of the vault but did not attempt to open thescrewdoor safe wbion contained the banks cash amounting to about 1800There is no clew as to the indentity of the burglars The Louisville authorities have been requested to watch for suspects Fridays Louisville TimesFARM BRINGS 5500 Hardinsburfj Ky March 7Spe cialJamesI Durham has sold hIS farm lying near Kirk for f5000 to f Cy Miller and Al Baysinger PARTIAL VIEW OF THE WEST END OF CLOVERPORT GREATEST REVIVAL IN TWENTY YEARS J Not Since Rev Keene Saved 150I IJSouls Has Cloverport Bee I So Stirred as ai the Presents Not since Rev John S Keerie wo IfiO souls to Christ twenty years ago has Cloverport been HO stirred hy aredligious revival as by the one that hustbeen in progress at the Methodist churoh for the past two WPOKS About seventyfive persons have been contverted and reclaimed and of these about thirty nave given their names to join the Methodist church fourteenI the Baptist and one the ChristianI church These are the specific resultst A quickening of conscience and a dersire to live a better life on the part o I hundreds of persons ana the attendance of scores who have not entere- the I portals of any chnrch for years these and yet they are not all are the general beneficial results of Rev ewsoms great preaching Interesti in the revival shown by increase iin attendance and conversions is growll ing with every service and the reviv al may continue until next Sunday The meeting at the Henderson I iis Route shops last Wednesday afternoon the meeting for children Saturday afternoon at the Methodist church andI the special meeting for men Sunday atternoon these being special services were all well attended and very inter eating Everyone of Rev NewsoiuV forceful pointed and appealing ser mons has been heard by a large andi attentive congregation The con grega a tion Sunday evening was the largos during thA revival It being estiwate- that 5UO people were present Fervent cooperation on the part ofC members of the Methodist Baptist and Presbyterian churches has helped to make the revival a general one Rev Newsom on leaving here will J oegin a revival at the Methodist church at Haweaville Pleasant and Harmless Dont drug the stomach to cure a cough One Minute Cough Cure cat the mucus draws the inflammationI out of the throat lungs and bronchial tubes heals soothes and cures A quicK cure for Croup and Whooping Cough One Minute Cough Cure re lieves a cougbin one minute because it acts first on the mucus membrane right where the cough troublesin the throat or deepseated on the lungs Sold by All Druggists TO GIVE A KIRMESS1J Mrs Weller of New York has ar ranged with Prof J P King princi pal of the public school to give Kirmess aq a benefit for the schoolI library fund next Monday evening at Oelzes Hall Between 75 end 100 children and young ladies will take 2 part representing Uncle Sams little nurses German Irish TurK andI violets all exquisitely costumed Ad mission adults 25 centd children 15 cents IN BUSINESS AGAIN Jacob May and son Gus May have rented the blacksmith shop on the east side of Clover creek which was formerly occupied by Abner Dent for the purpose of operating it Mr May was in the blacksmith business here several years ago WANTS SON INDICATED B Jackson Has Proof Son Did Not Spread Smallpox B Jackson of Tarfork claims againstnthe life ofhis son Eh Jackson by per ons who claim that the latter who had smallpox while at Evansville last cityvbrother Marion Jackson to have the- isease waking a quarantine and inconveniences connected with it necessary Mr Jackson lion several letters from Evansville physicians to effect that his son was in the proper condition to leave that city Young Jackson returned to TarforkI on December 25 from Evauoville His brother Marion Jackson was ill with smallpox in February coatfthat belcnged to the forme while he teenddisinfected by the authorities Tho father is of theopinon that the coat spread the disease in which case his son in vindicated as the coat was disinfected by the authorities Young Jackson was persuaded to leave home and go to Evansville by a citizen of this county whom his father says he intends to sue if thematter not compromised GO TO WEST POINT Hardinsburg Ky March 7Spe vial Mr and Mis Silas A Prate will leave this weep fur West Point where they expect to reside until fall It is possible that they may wake that place their permanent home In that event Hardinsbnrg will sustain great loss TRUSTEESdHardinsburg Ky March 7Spe- cinlJudge Matthias Miller has ap pointed the following wellknown gen tlemen as trustees for the town of Stephensnort G W Payne Warren Dieckman E H Miller Andrew Crawford and Samuel Gilbert RETURN THURSDAY Relatives here have received word that Wickliffe DeHaven of this city ofsMexia Texas who were married at Mexia last Thursday morning will arrive here tomorrow to be at home to their friends The wedding of Mr DeHaven and Miss Bouner was an nounced in the News last week GNAUFAGEN Wm A Gtiau and Mrs Lily Fagen of the KainTuckEe Tar Springs were yesterday morning according to the rites of the Catholic church by Father Brey Mr Gnau is a Catholics They were married in Owensboro last 1year by a Protestant minister LITTLE IS DONE Little business of importance was transacted by the city council at the regular meeting Monday sight It was agreed to keep the test gas oline street lamp for another month before deciding to buy any more of the same make for the purpose ol lighting the pity by this system WANT TO LIGHT CITY E T Haynes T F Sawyer and Fred Fralze will ask the city to ad venires a franchise for electric lights They will light the streets if an agreement can be reached with the city BILL MACY CAPTURED nan Who Escaped From Owensboro Jail Arrested At Garfield Deputy United States Marshal C T Nichols of Owensboro captured Bill Macy at Garfield last Friday night Macy was one of several men who escaped from jail at Owensboro last veal by sawing the bars from a window He was incarcerated on the cnarge of retailing whiskey without a license The officers have been on tne track of Macy foi some time Several times Marshal Nichols has almost succeeded in capturing low but could not do so without tiring at him The night of the capture Macy was found at his bonne by Marshal Nichols and an as sistant He refused to gives himself up until the officers threatened to brean in the door Marshal Nichols was here Saturday entente to Owensboro with his pris oner having driven overland from Uarfield Mr J M Allen 100 E Jacob Street Louisville Ky says My wife has for some time been troubled with rough hands and tetter After using about onehalf bot tle of Par camph thu trouble has disappeared much to her satisfaction 1 used it also on my sore foot tender from much walking and it gave me great relief Paracamph makesthe skin soft smooth and healthy- WITDERSDeJERNETTE 6v Two Of The Countys Oldest Families Were United Last Wednesday HarJmsburg Ky March 7Spe- cialThe marriage of Miss Mattie Withers to Mr Wm S DeJernette took place in the parlors of the Wil lard Hotel in Louisville on last Wednesday afternoon They returned here on Friday and are now at home ato their friends at their residence near Clover creek church The bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs James Withers of the New Beth el neighborhood and is of one of the most prominent families in the coun tyThe groom is one of the best farcers and business men of the county and is widely known This marriage unites two of the oldest families in this section of the State The News extends congratulations SPEAK AT CHENAULT W S Ball and Henry Moorman ot Hardinsbnrg will speak at Chenault March 18 in interest of the A Sof E Everybody invited NOTICE Notice is hereby given that there has been established and is now existing in the city of Cloverport Brecicenridge county and stateof Kentucky corpor ation the name of which is the Clov erport Water Light Ice Company and that process may 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 Breckenndge county then upon A L Fort vice president Done at Cloverport Ky this lath day of Feb 1005 R L Oelze Secty Cloverport Water Light Ice Co LIFE AT END FOR- AUGUSTUS GIBSON Head of Well Known Timber Firm Of This City Dies As Result Of Blood Clot In Right Leg Augustus Gibson founder and head of the wellknown timber firm of Gus Gibson Sons died last Wednesday afternoon at 12 jj oclock at his home in this city Death was due to senil sty which was caused by a blood clot in a blood vessel of the right leg Mr Gibson was taken ill with lagrippe on February 18 His condition wadnot critical until February 24 when the blood clot was formed Mr Gibson was born in Trimble county in 1858 He left Trimble county when a young man and settled Lin Hancock county afterwards locating near Lodiburg Breokanridge county He engaged in farming and the tim ber business jit Lodiburg and at Sam pIe where ne lived a few years before he came to this city in 1Ill At Lodi burg on December 4 1S02 he was married to Miss Mary Jane Claycomu daughter of Grayaon and Elizabeth t Ulaycoinb To this union were born the following children William Gib son of Holt and Mrs Chas Hauitnan and Elijah and Larkin Gibson of this cItyOn coming to this city Mr Gibson entered the hotel business in connection with the timber business and I was actively engaged in both until his last illnusa About four years age Elijah Gibson became his partner in the timber business tnetiriu being styled Gus Gibson Son Moreftrecently LarKin Gibson oecame a member of the firm the name of which was changed to Gus Gibson Sons The firm has denied extensively in all kinds of timber in this and sujbound ing counties As a side busines Eli jah Gibson has had toe agency in Breokenridge and Hancock counties ot the Standard Oil company Besides his wife and lour children Mr Gibson is survived by one brother John Gibson of near Webster and three sisters Mrs Jno Shaw Mrs Amos Corley J nd MM Helen Comp ton of Putesville Mr Gibson stood well in business circles and was a man with a large acquaintance He was a member of the Baptist church with which he united fortyfive years ago The funeral was conducted from the Baptist church Thursday afternoon at 2u oclock Rev fc B English of Ammons assisted by Rev P L U King officiated The interment was at the city cemetery The funeral ser vices were largely attended CARD OF THANKS- We wish to thank our friends and neighbors for many acts of kindness and sympathy extended us during the last illness and at toe death of our husband and father Augustus Gibson The Family GOES TO STEPHENSPORT Stephousport Ky March 7Spe- cialDr Wm Wimp ot Irvington was here Saturday He will locate here April 1 to practice his profession Irvington KyMarch7 Special Willie Wimp son of J R Wimp who line been a close student at the Louisville Medical college tor the past four years will graduate with honors tram that institute soixe lime in April and will locate at Stepheusport Mr Wimp is one of Irvingtons sons and is highly recommended as a moral young man and a wellequipped phy eioan to the people of Stephensport HARRISON DOWELL DEAD Stephensport Ky March 7 p- lclalTbe t funeral of Harrison Dow ell was held at Sample last Thursday J Wm Dowell of Oak Hill W Va and Mrs G W Payne and daughter Esther attended the funeral of Mr Dowell who was their father MRS STEWART DEAD Webster Ky March 7SpeoiaL Mrs Eliza Stewart died last Thurs day and was buried at tnis plane the next day Jas Stewart of Louisville a son who was called here by her death returned to his home Saturday night accompained by his sister Mrs Belle Knicz UNITE DISTRICTS McQnady Ky March 7Special- The trustees of the Jolly and Mc Qnady schools have united the two districts and will build a large school house at McQnady and have R graded schoolEugene Haynes was in Loulsv last Wednesday I HEALTH theMost Important The manufacturers of Royal Baking Powder have had 40 experienceEvery cake raising has been exhaustively studied in this countryand abroadThe result is a perfect prod uct in Royal Baking Powder There is no substitute for it The purity and efficiencyof Royal Baking Powder have been commended by the highest authorities of the world These facts mean two impor tant things to all housekeepers First that Royal Baking Powder Is healthful and makes wholesome food Second that Royal Bak lug Powder makes food good to taste ROYAL BAKINGI i t ABSOLUTELYPURE A CONVENTION TO BE HELD APRIL 3 Democratic Committee Meets and Decides 1 lien Where and low To Make County Nominations Hardinsburg Ky March 7Speu- lnlAt a meeting of the county com mittee for the Democratic party held at the courthouse yesterday it was decided to call a delegate county convention to be held on Monday April at this place for the purpose of nominating a fall set of candidates for the various offices to be voted for at the November election The precinct meetings to select the delegates to the county convention will be held on Saturday April 1 A majority of the committeemen were present and t candidates galore were also in attendance But the com mittee decided npon an executive ses sion and even the prospective candi dates were excluded Hence a detailed report can not be given It was remarked by a number of people that it was a peculiar fatality that led tne committee to select April Fools Day as tne date to select the precinct delegates It will be difficult to convince those who look for signs and omens that the selection of this date is not ominous and forbodes de feat for the ticke- tPRIMARY IN MEADE Brandenburg Ky March 4Att- he Democratic primary in this coun ty today Hon A G Thompson was nominated for Representative W A Baskett County Judge i W D Ash craft County Clerk i W H Hagar Sheriff Walter Gray County Attor ney WB Arnold County Superintendent of Spools i Jeff Brown County Assessor and E R Bondurant Jailer One precinct remains to be heard from but thiB will not affect the result Thompsons majority on the face of the returns is about 105 His op ponent was D M Duncan The primary was one ot the warmest ever held in Meade county and an unus ually largevote was polled The nominee for Representative is the incum bent of the office and his renomina tion is in tho natnre of an indorse ment He is an Administration man CASTORIAForI The Kind You Have Always Bought Boars the 71IISlpaturoof CatZ S 182 t CFIAPTEH XII PRIDE AID SIMPLICITY IK TUG 1JT11R COUR8B OF JIBN would perhaps be difficult to find ITn more convincing example than 1 pride to show that the obstacles to t nrtThe diversity and more than that the contrasts In social conditions give rise inevitably to nil sorts of conflicts Yet in spite of this how greatly would1 social relations be simplified It we put another spirit into mapping out our plan of outward necessities Be well1 persuaded that it Is not primarily dlf ferences of class and occupation nit ferences In the outward manifesta dons of their destinies which embroilI men If such were the case we should d fled an Idyllic pence reigning among colleagues and all those whose Interests mind lot are virtually equivalent On the contrary OR every one knows the most violent shocks come when equal meets equal and there hf no war worse than civil Will But that which above all things else hinder men from good understanding Is pride It makes a man a hedgehog wounding every one ho touches Let us speak first of the pride of the great What offends me In this rich man pissing in his carriage Is not his equi page hla dross or the number and splendor of his retinue It Is his contempt That be possesses a great fortune does not disturb me unless I am badly disposed But that he splashes me with mud drives over my body shows by Ills whole attitude that I count for nothing In his eyes because I am not rich like Iilmsolf this Is what dis turbs me and righteously lie heaps suffering upon me needlessly lie hu f mlllntes and Insults me gratuitously tItIs not what Is vulgar within me but what Is noblest tint asserts Itself In the face of this offensive pride Do not accuse me of envy I feel none It Is my manhood that Is wounded 11o need not search far to Illustrate these Ideas Every mon of any nc qunlntauce with life has hull numerous experiences which will Justify our dictum in his eyes In certain communities devoted to material Interests time pride of wealth dominates to Much a degree that men are quoted like values In the stock mnmiLl I I made up of big fortunes tile middle aOcae8CG vil Aud the seven years of tobacco nlenteousuess that was in the land ol1 Kentucky was ended 2 And thlll seven years of dearth be gas to come according as the Society ot Equity had said and the dearth was l in nil lands but in the land of Ken tacky there was tobacco II 3 And when all the land of Liverpool and all the land of New Yorkt was famished the pople cried to the Society of Equity for tobacco and the Society si i unto all the trust people Go ye unto the Governor of the Bhck Belt for the same have we appointed to rule over us What he saith to you do 4 And the tobacco famine was overall the face of the earth and all countries come into Kentucky to Governor for to buy tobaoo 5 And when the Trust ptople saw there was tobacco in Kentucky the Trust said to her agent Why do ye look one upon another 6 Behold have heard there is to bncoo in Kentucky Get you down thither and buy for us from 7 Aud the Trust buyers even Ed hodgeheitner amid Taybe Ikuesky and Gallaherobei vilchsk v went down to buy ftohacco in Kentucky 8 Anil Equity was govenornow over all the Black Belt which groweth tot bacco in Kentucky andl he it was that r t sold to all the people of the laud and r the Trust buyers came and bowed don themselves before him with their faces + to the earth J t 9 And the Governor saw the buyers and he knew them and made himself I untoIthem and he said unto them Whence come Ye And they said Yankee 4 land and Ireland and England for to buy tobacco 10 And HieiGovernor said unto them Ye are spies to see the nakedness of the land you are come And they said uto him Nay my lord bnt to buy to 1 eco are thy servants come 11 Then the Governor spake rough ly to them commanding Fetch hither 1 Your Wallets that your worps may be proved whether there be any truth In I You Where be the Simoleons 12 And it came to pass as every wan emptied his Wallet every mans bundle of money was in his Wallet I 13 Which when the Governor saw the and that their b1leol 15he I LifeCopyrigUtTranslated From the French by Simple 1901 By Mary Phillips Co Louisenendeegy Charles WagnerMcClure class or medium rortunes then come people who have little then those who have nothing All lntercottrse Is regu lated by this principle And the rely tively rich man who has shown his dlstlnln for those less opulent Is crush ed In tutu by the contempt of his sue periors In fortune So the madness of comparison rages from the summit to the base Such an atmosphere Is ready to perfection for the nurture of the worst feeling Yet it Is not wealth but the spirit of the wealthy that must be arraigned Many rich men are free from thl 1gross conception especially Is this true of those who from father to SODI are accustomed to ease yet they some times forget that there Is n certain del toI0I marked Suppose there Is no wroni In enjoying n large superfluity Is i Indispensable to display It to woun the eyes of those who lack necessities to flaunt ones magnificence at the doors of Good taste and sort of modesty always hinder n well man from talking of his fine appetite his sound sleep his exuberance of spir its In the presence of one dying of consumption Many of the rich do not exorcise this tact and so ore greatly wanting In pity and discretion Are they not unreasonable to complain of envy after having done everything t provoke It But the lack Is that want of discernment which leads men to ground their pride In their fortune To begin with It Is n childish confusion of thought to consider wealth as n person al quality It would be hard to find n more Ingenuous fashion of deceiving onesclf as to the relative value of the container and the thing contained I have no wish to dwell on this question It Is too painful And yet one cannot resist toying to those concerned Take care do not confound what you possess with what you are Go learn to know the underside of worldly splendor that you may feel Its moral misery ami Its puerility The traps pride sets for us are too ridiculous We should distrust association with a thing that makes us hateful to oiir neighbors and robs us of clearness of vision lie who yields to the pride of riches forgets this other point the uid t 1m portant of nil that posstsalon rIs a pub lic trust Without doubt IIndlvlduulI wealth Isi its liLitimnto as Indlvldii i oxlstiiire and liberty These thillg all Insfiiaiibli mnJl It Is n iliviiu astat tsasteoeaoa o Ggeee eo8G ooooooooooooooooc Ii + Tobacco Chronicles jt- i 1 I- tTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVVTTYTYeTTTTVVTTTVyyyyyyyyyyyyyyye i i Equity I thence from money i poverty greatest was a sufficiency thereof he was ex ceeding glad And be turned aside and said Behold now will a I dispoil the dispoiler And he returned to them again and saith 11 Aforetime Ye came to Kentucky for to buy tobacco And Ye did wickedly combine to take the farmer by the scruff of his neck and the slack of his breeches and despoiled him of his tobacco giving lieu therefor three Siniol eons per hundred Now therefore shall Ye pay ten Simoleons per hun dred So much ShAlt thou pay for Equity Iii And he spike rougly to them Then they were sore afrail and said one to another Behold tho Governor is on to us Yea he knoweth our vain tricks 16 And they returned and said Thy servants preceive they are right up I against it wherefore take we pray thee all ora sufficency and roll out the tobacco 17 Then the Governor opened all the store houses ard sold unto the trust buyers And he sold unto the In dependent buyers also Yea even unto Authurjarviskv and to Jonandtom hodgeheimer mid to Xosworthyoberlin sky But from these he exacted in- Equity only Eight Simoleons per hundred But from the Trust buyers he taketh ten Simoleons per hundred in EquityIS And the people said Behold how good is Cohesive Organization Selah A Kansas farmoi with his oyes directed toward the rafters was I saying grace when he exclaimed Thers that durn gimlet weve been looking for the last six months Get up theta and get it quick Jimwe ax for Christs sake Amen CAN BUST TRUSTS Boston Feb 22Thos W Lawson has announced his willingness to place before President Roosevelt or any ade quate investigating tribunal that the President may name all the Inside knowledge ne Mr Lawson possesses in regard to the work of tne Stan dard Oil and other monopolies He declared that the chief danger to the success of the agitation that has been begun in Kansas and other States is that the people although now appar pregnant with dangers that offers bat tie to such fundamentals of life But till Individual touches society at every point and all he does should be done with the whole In view Possession then is less n privilege of which to be proud than a charge whose gravity should be felt As there Is an nppren tlceshlp often very difficult to serve for the exercise of every social olllcc so this profession we call wealth demand an apprenticeship To know how to be rich Is an art and one of the least peoplespoor nuke Imagine that In opulence one has nothing to do but to take life easy That Is why so few men know how to bo rich In the hands thoIgenial mind redoubtable comparison of oftmandher of Its use ISo when we encounter n man at once whoaconsiders his wealth as n menus of ful filling his mission In the world we should offer him our homage for he IIs surely shark worthy He has sur mounted obstacles borne trials mind triumphed I In temptations both gross and subtle lIe docs not fall to discrimi hate between the contents of his pock oroheart nod he does not estimate his fellow men In figures Ills exceptional position Instead of exalting him snakes him humble for he Is very sen sible of how far he falls short of reach ing this level of his duty He has re mained n man That says It all lIe Is accessible helpful and tar from making of his wealth a barrier to sop orate him froth other men he makes a means for coming nearer lint nearer to them Although the profession of riches has been so dishonored by the selfish nod the proud such n man ns this always makes his worth felt by every one hot devoid of a sense of Jus tice Each of us who conies In contact with him and sees him live Is forced to loop within and ask himself the ques thou What would become of me In such a situation should I keep this modesty this naturalness this upright ness which uses Its own as though It belonged to others So long ns there is a human society In the world HO long ns there are bitterly conflicting Inter ests so long us envy and egoism exist on the earth nothing will be worthier of honor than wealth permeated by the spirit of KhnnllIty And It will do Woman Kidney Troubles Lydia PinKhams Vegetable Compound is Successful in Fatal SnrsJlALang s Fraire Of the diseases known with which women are filleted kidney dis ease is time most fatal In fact unless early and correct treatment is applied the weary patient seldom survives Being fully aware of this Mrs Pink ham early in her career gave exhaust producingVegetableCompoundwas contained the correct combination of herbs which was sure to control that fatal disease womans kidney troubles The Compound acts in harmony with the laws that govern the entire female system and while there kidneytroublesVegetablecially prepared for women and thou kidneyderangements the feminine organs quickly affect the kidneys and when woman has such symptoms pain or weight in the loins backache bearing down pains urine too frequent scanty high col ored producing scalding or or deposits like brick dust in itj unusual thirst welling of hands and feet painsinof argroinaffcted may be sure her kid and should lose no time in combating the disease with Lydia Pinkhams Vegetable Compound the womans remedy for wo mans ills The following letters show how marvelously successful it is Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Ompoum more than umae itself forgiven will make Itself beloved More dangerous thou pride inspired by wealth that Inspired by power and mean by the word every prerogative that one man has over another be unllmlto1 restricted I see no means of the existence In the world of men of unequal authority Every organism supposes n hierarchy of powers we shall never escape from that law But I fear that the love of power widespread the spirit of power almost Impossible to find From wrong understanding nnd misuse of those who keep even fraction of authority almost everywhere succeed in compromising Power exercises a great influence over him who holds head must be very well balanced not to be dis turbed The sort of dementia which took possession of the Roman emperors in thn time of their world wide rule n universal malady whose symptoms belong to all times In ev cry man there sleeps n tyrant await- Ing only n favorable occasion for wak ing Xow the tyrant the worst enemy of authority because he furnishes us its intolerable caricature whence come multitude of social complica tions collisions and hatreds Every 1I1Ubwho1 says to those dependent on him Do this because my will and pleasure does Ill There within each one of something that invites to resist personal power mind this something very respectable for at bottom we ore equal anti there no one who has the right to exact obedi ence from me because he he and I am I If be does his command degrades me and I have no right to suffer myself to be degraded One must have lived In schools In workshops In the army In government olllces he must have closely followed the relations between monsters and servants have observed n little every where where the supremacy of man exercises itself over man to form any idea of the Injury done by those who use power arrogantly Of every free soul they make n slave soul which say the soul of n rebel And appear that this result with Its social disaster most certain when he who commands least removed from the station of him who obeys The most Implacable tyrantis the tyrant himself under authority Foremen and over seers put more violence Into their dqalI Injis than Hiipwlntcinjonts and employ E Espe cially Curing This Disease fit aid firs I all Vegetable a as or burning E It Is 1 It or preventing if Is so Is it a It It A by it Is Is u It Is Is us us Is Is Is so Is to It Is Is ProspectPlains I Dear Mrs Pinkham LydiaEforme When I first wrote to you I had But fered for years with what tho doctor called kidney trouble and congestion of the womb My buck ached dreadfully all the time and I suffered so with that bearingdown feeling I could hardly walk across the room I did not get any better so decided to stop doctoring with my physician and take Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound and I am thankful to say it has entirely cured mo I do all my own work have no more backache and all disappearedI and would advise all women suffering with kidney trouble to try it Mrs J W Lang of 020 Third Ave nue New York writes Dear Mrs Pinkham I have been a great sufferer with kidney trouble My back ached all the time and I was discouraged I heard that Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound would cnre kidney disease and I began to take it and it has cured mo when everything else had failed I have recommended it to lots of people and they all praise it very highlyI Mrs Plnkhams Standing In vitationWomen suffering from kidney trouble or any form of female weak ness are invited to promptly communi caw with Mrs Pinkham at Lynn Mass Out of the great volume of ex perience which she has to draw from veryknowledge helpful fulI I Wenans Remedy for Womans Ills antly awake and aroused will not without any public panic You Hmtle1 stay awake Well they smiled too when I began Lawson sarKIII am going to bank but it is different now i am going to rupt the who e crowd at 20 Broadway take John D Rockefellers billion Y W tY f 5 t Il ers The corporal is generally narsner than the colonel In certain families whore madam has not much morn ed ucation than her maid the relations be tween them are those of the convict and his warder And woe everywhere to him who falls Into the hands of a subaltern drunk with his authority We forget that the first duty of him who exercises power Is humility Haughtiness is not authority It is note who are the law the law Is over our heads We only interpret it but to make it valid in the eyes of others we must first bo subject to it ourselves To command nnd to obey in the society of men are after nil but two forms of the same virtue voluntary servitude If you are not obeyed it is generally because you have not yourself obeyed first The secret of moral ascendency rests with those who rule with simplicity They soften by the spirit the harshness of the fact Their authority Is not in shoulder straps titles or disciplinary measures They make use of neither ferule nor threats yet they achieve ev erything Why Because we feel that they arc themselves ready for everything Tint which confers upon a uncut the right to demand of another the sac rifice of his time his money his passions even his life is not only that he is resolved upon all these sacrifices himself but that he has made them in advance In the command ofa man animated by this spirit of renunciation there Is a mysterious force which com municates Itself to him who Is to obey and helps him do his duty In nil tho provinces of human activi ty there are chiefs who inspire strengthen magnetize their soldiers under their direction the troops do prodigies With them one feels himself capable of any effort ready to go through fire as the saying has it and if he goes It is with enthusiasm But tho pride of the exulted Is not the only pride there Is also the pride of the humble this arrogance of under lings fit pendant to that of the great The root of these two prides is the slime It is not alone that lofty anti imperious being the man who says 10m the law that provokes insur rection 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unable nearly advised several bottles Cure symptoms am smothering iI Scientific I your service abreast Tuesday variety I DOLLAR t I genuine The First lhonoJrrnpbjThe first lteroomatter of historical Interest When 1 Edison was at work on his firstphono foxperlmcntf talking machine was first discovered itiwas as much a surprise to its as to the world The Wizard somejpandi a cylinder It recorded sound and Ed ison was convinced that tho human iI voice could be recorded and produced Ktestical details absentmindedly tested his r contrivance with the familiar phrase Mary had a little lamb The verse was tho first record taken by the mar chine 1 t c The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY March 8 1905 t PELLVILLE 1 Dutiug till cold spell farmers spent most of their time in the stores ex changing ideas and talking generally + In speaking of rabbits John Burdett a f fine man and good farmer said he and his brother hunted one evening andl killed fortytwo in two hours He says they strung them on a long pole andl carried them home when they dross ed them and put them in cold storage by using a large barrel They put inlayer a of rabbits then a layer of snow which they pounded down witha mall They had several hunts and the same thing was repeated until they had J 1 theytchoppedfwvtheni until late spring t A J Skinner who never was known jttoprevaricate says while at Knotts 1vil1e one night last summer he was awakened by a violent electric storm t The keen penetrating peals of thunder 4 immediately after the bright flash of v lightning frightened and completely unnerved him when the storm passed r over he found that three of his sound jawi teeth were loose and could with difficulty be held in his mouth In a few days they tightened upand are now as good as ever- Considerable time was used in talking and argufying aboUt the merits and a demerits of the A S of E Sonic would contend that it was the one and only thing needed and that the founder was the second Moses who was leading us farmers out of the wilderness they beeLI tlugwar was inevitable Some contended that a vigilant committee would visit the farmer who insisted on planting more crop than is prescribed by the J union and cut up and destroy it and if j necessaryburn his barns Others who 1 inEevery deal do not agree with them and i will not countenance such lawless outbursts if There is a good lodge here and some of the best men we have belong to it j Lynchburg price or bust is our mote i a to and it looks like they will get it i While it will not attempt to criticise the organization we do think some of its members would gain more by hustling around and trying in some conceivable way to make somthing for their dear families instead of lounging around talking three eights and A S of E as though that was all that is necessary to 4 secure for them their heirs and assigns with couvenant of general warranty peace happiness and plenty forever and eternity Whenever a new thing starts up some people let go of every thing else and grab hold of it They talk theorize philosophize andIIblow off from early dawn till set of ma and then some Watch such a man He never was a success at any thing and all the organizations on earth combined will never make him anything but a kicker and blow hard They never educate their children and in consequence they grow to make moro howlers and discontents We are truly glad we have no howlers in Pellville It is right for fartnersto organize and l have meetings where they can talk and exchange ideas and cultivate a good brotherly feeling The A S of E is all right and we believe will do a great deal of goodbut farmers must not ex I pect too much trout it we must hustle I some ourselves and make every edge cut II j F Miss Agnes Weatley 11 816 Wells Street- MarlnetteWis 816 Well Street- MAIiINIiTTn Wis Sept 25 1903 I was all run down from nervous tress and overwork and had toresign i my position and take a rest I 1fOUDd that I was not gaining my 111J II strength and health as fast as I couldwish and as your Wine of Cardui was recommended as such a 1 good medicine for tho ills ofour i sex I bought a bottle and began using it I was satisfied with the roiuua from the use of the first bottle and took three moreand then found I waa restored to good health and strength and ablo to take up my work with renewed vigor I consider it a fine tonio and excellent for wornout nervous condition and am pleased to endorse it AGNES WESTLEY I BeaT North Wluoniln Holland Society III Secure a 8100 bottle of Wine of Cardui and a 25c package of Thodfords BlockDraught today WINE OF CARDUI r I that will If we would raise what we eat and not depend on buying it with tobacco more time would be taken from that wonderful almighty crop and the acreage would naturally be cut down thereby making it easier for us to get better prices instead of that we devote all our time to that one crop and many of us live on corn bread and bacon and buy a great deal of that A farmer can live better than any man if he cares to We know of one man who claims to be n poor fArmer on whose table is found of his own raising biscuit cornbread sorghum potatoes onions parsnips cabbage beets turnips krout milk and butter celery pickles canned applestomatoesplumspumpkin and peaches His good wife buys the sugar coffee soda tea pepper and lamp oil with eggs and chickens Frequent ly a nice fat pullet is in evidence at meal time His children look Intelligent and easilyeducated Already refin ed they love their home where they can eat the choicest fruits from a fine orchard jump run romp sing and joke defying at once and for all hard times as long as they live or keep their health- It is within the province of every farmer to live likewise He dont have to live on statle vegetables and rancid butter but knows where every article he eats comes from Farmers while we preach union let us advocate industry frugality and temperance and tryI to get the ideaof beautifying our liontel improving our lands educating our children and quit dressing acting and talking in such a way as to cause others to regard us as Reubens or hayseeds Let us net nuke durn fools of ourselves M Mosely Chuck Connors An Author Chuck Connors the famous Bowery Boy of New York whose unofficial title I is the Mayor of Chinatown has be come an author He has written in j his own peculiar style a volume the title of which is Bowery Life No one iu the world is better fitted to write on the subject from the inside than Chuck and be tells the stories in his own inimitable dialect and he mingles I wit pathos and tragedy with the skill e of a man of letters He and Slats posed for the illustrations which are I unqiue The book is published by Richard K For New Yotk and is sold at 25 cents u The Olrteat Church The oldest Christian church In tho world Is at Rome sot fur from tho great Church of St Maria Mugglore in a street bearing the same name is the much smaller Church of St Iuentliuiu which tradition as well as the ojiliioii of archaeological experts declare to U the most ancient of the Christian c Itlces of Rome About the middle of the first ciMiVn n certain Roman senator mimed Pi dent had a house on this spot II was a Christian convert and It Is si a distant relative of Paul the apostle who lodged with him from A D 41I L CO and converted his two daughters Praxedes and Pudentlana For the re llglous uses of himself and guests he built a small chapel in this house am when he died In 00 and his wife a year later his daughter added a baptistery the plans for which were drawn by Plus the then bishop of Rome In course of time a church was erected on the site of the original house of Pudens and consecrated by the blshof In 108 or H5 lahlcsThe I Inrln The written law provides for every child In France that the government supplement the home education and when necessary replace It entirely but as a matter of fact there are scores of children In Purls especially who have shaken free of their parents or been cast off by them and who live a vagabond existence playing hide and seek with the ofllcers of the law Among this bund the commonest of fense Is begging though generally there Is some older person back of the whin Ing specimens one meets with on the streets The fruitful Incomes In this profession are obtained only through children During the nights between New Years and Christmas n baby In long clothes especially If It be delicate looking rents for as high as 5 or 0 Ills brothers and sisters frond one to five years old bring 2 while those still older are worth a dollar on the coldest daysIIarpers Magazine AVIint n Ilnnd May lean In all my experiences and thoughts I nm conscious of n hand Whatever touches me whatever thrills me Is as a hand that touches mo in the dark and that touch Is my reality You might as well say that a sight which makes you glad or a blow which brings the stinging tears to your eyes Is un real as to say that those Impressions are unreal which I have accumulated by menus of touch The delicate tremble of n butterflys wings in my hand the soft petals of violets curling In the cool folds of their leaves or lifting sweetly out of the meadow grass tho clear firm outline of face and limb the smooth arch of a horses neck and the velvety touch of his nose all these and a thousand resultant combinations which take shape In my mind consti tute my world Helen Keller In Century DiRusted Arthur Werent you awfully frightened when you saw the burglar In your room TheodoreI was worse than frightened I was disgusted He said If I said a word I was a dead man Absurd dont you know A dead man couldnt talk Boston Transcript R TAKE THIS- BOOKh A 2V DA IIIJI DRI AC ThCHEOIti9 nrlglit8 Disease Diabetes Diseases of tho Iliart usesCoustlpntloni havutatheirsimilar preparations simply Rive temporary roller lhut Dr Timelier Liver and fortlllnpreparetlonthattroubleTheRllkhllcloelllvomltlllllcOllcrthemOnlycomhlnllrequIredThuchersLhCrSyruproiim HydrangeaSevenJuniperBerrIesFree Snrnplo and Dr Tlmchers Health Hook with confidential advice for tho bottleTHACHERn ITI WERE Danville KyA debate last night at the African Methodist church be tween two of the most prominent col ored poacher in this section on the question Were the earth created in six days or were it not I as stated by the chairman of the debate has stir red the negro population to a religions excitement not snow in a long while The Rev Dr Wood of Danville and Viney of Lancaster talked to a large crowd of both white and colored peo pIe On one side of this church sat the whites composed mainly of Central University students who manifested great enthusiasm over the argument Afrer heated discussions lasting two hours interrupted at intervals by loud applause the judges rendered a decision in favor 01 the affirmative Mothers Listen Protect your babies from that dreaded disease Cronp by applying Para campn freely and giving ten to fifteen drops internally Paracainph is safe and sure It does not contain any Cocaine Opium or Chloroform It is mothrrs remedy and should be in every home every day in the year A CURIOUS POLITICAL CONDITION The women of Wheeling West Vir ginia tried to have a clause giving tttinicipnl suffrage to women incor prated in to their new city charter The measure was defeated and an analysis of the vote showed that the negro and the unintelligent foreigner almost to a man were opposed to giving this form of suffrage to womenMany Southern men think it is chivalric to keep women disfranchis ed These will probably be surprised to learn what classes of voters share their highminded sentiments Is it not a singular condition of things Educated American women kept from the ballot box by ignorant foreigners and negroes Sit down an i thinK this over you Southern men who are opposed to woman suffrage Lda Calvert Ubencnain If troubled with weak digestion belching or sour stomach use Cham berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and you will get quick 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pm or evening both with lines entirely new and A with and safety rtitr All the latest for Fit Ex pert tailors Casper U V G BABBA- GEAttorneyatLaw PUBLIC Many years experience in set- tlIng estates All collections reas onableCloverport Kentucky One Minute Cough Cure Coughs Colds Croup HU Sanfords Fine Inks 6 MucilageI- n assortments of handy Library to boot JNO D BABBAGE School books etc moustache or or black Use r- rjfy ADMINISTRATOR For and full size and The dose is one just one pill at bedtime Sugarcoated mild certain They cure constipationLowellMse BUCKINGHMS DYE llrir era or JlKI1GQIn8 OIlJI r f1L11 QO1C4auu s u tP4fr + yry+ i+ rua e awc Ia c d4a+ r Fwsn ii r T I 1 r I f THE BRE6KENRIDGE NEWS JNO D and V G BABBAGE a Editors and Proprietors Issued Every mu Wednesday erlntt1 on PrIce Si 00 in year or 125 if paid at the end of year IIIItheirCARDS per lino- OBITUAIUES OF THANKS OVQT five linos charged for at the rate off charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money Examine us the label on your paper If it is not correct please When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give old as well us the now address J f EIGHT PAGES a i iWEDNESDAY MARCH 8 1905 I THOUGHTS Much has been given to us and much will rightfully bo expectedl i1fromus We have duties to others and duties to ourselves and w can shirk neither We have become a great nation forced by the fad of its greatness into relations with the other nations of the earth andl we must behave as beseems a people with such responsibilities To ward all other nations large and small our attitude must be one of eordilllnndslI1cere friendship We must show not only in our woids but our deeds that we are earnestly desirous of securing their goodl i recognitioinI of all their rights But justice and generosity in a nation as in an individual count most when shown not by the weak but by the strung While ever careful to refrain from wronging others we must be no less insistent that wo are not wronged ourselves We wish peace but we wish the peace of justice the peace of righteousness We wish it be cause we think it iis right and not because we are afraid No weak nation that acts manfully and justlyshould ever have cause to fear us and no strong power should ever be able to single us out as a subject for insolent ngressionPresident Roosevelts Inaugural Address ONLY a few days left now in which to make your guess in our U E t t contestt TilE old postmaster T W Hardin and his good wife are im proving all of which is good news to their many friends TilE friends of Hon W W Taber of Hawesville will be sorry to learn of his serious illness of lagrippe and brights disease e TilE NEWS would like to see the spirit of Rooseveltism inaugurated Kentuckyri WK want to warn the Democrats of this county as well as the Republicans to put none but sober men on their tickets and to cut r whiskey out of their campaign I t THE farmers will hold m eetings next Saturday in Havdinsburg I Hawosvijlc and For villeto take steps to prize and hold their tobacco At llawesville they will be served with a free dinner Hawesville not this cue from Cloverport n TilE Democrats of this county did the proper thing in calling a delegate convention Oldtime Democratic ways are the Nest both for the party and the people Now if they will eliminate the mat chine and let the people have a fair show we may be happy yet u WE announce in this issue Mr W J Hall of Rockvale as a candidate for jailer of Breckenridge county subject to the action of the Republican party Mr Hall iis a wellknown farmer in this county has had a good deal to do with the public affairs of the county andso far as we know has always fulfilled his duties He is a sober indus l r peoplori iji J IT seems that none of the Democratic aspirants for the oflice of Ii sheriff of this county want to head the ticket Better adopt our ticket t with one change viz Herbert Beard at the head with Charlie Light foot and S W Bassett as deputies Herbert Beard is not afraid to tackle the head of it Heres an equal division and why not name them and give them the field The sheriffs office ought not to be in l belby good men women independent voters BROTHER XKWSOMi iis a great preacher as well as a great orator His success lies in his indifference for the opinions r of hid auditors HeI loses selfconscSoifsnOas and speaks from his heiUt and personal ex tpcriollcc Ihs religion fairlyt3spiltliles from his eyes his face hisI gesturosj and in every movement of the man Religion is in his soulI r and he dontt taro who knows it In fact he wants everybody to know It nnd take hold of it and its a mighty hardened sinner that can resist his pleadings Everybody in the town is glad of his coming and will be sorry when his time courts togoa H 1 s BEWLEYVILLEt rr parentsfins finSuncny Cain who has been very ill I ffRobertbetter I J Jolly huH been ill of J lagrippe a week or more iI tTh S S teachers meet Thursday I afternoon with this scribe W WMIss Ada Stith is having a protract attack of rheumatism i ledMr and Mrs Roy Payne visited Mr j Mrs Owen Kasey Sunday riI Mrs P W Foote entertained sev I SundaysI Miss Lena Compton is at Clifton Mills the guest of her grandmother t Sunday Feb 20 Mr and Mrs C D fl Hardaway received into their home a baby boy- Sunday 1 March 5 there came to live with Mrand Mrs R J Cain a baby boy k Miss Mary Richardson Mrs BlanI fords visitor has gone to Big Spring to visit friends Dr Walker waR called Monday to see Z T Stith who has been ill of lagrippe several weeks Miss Mary Payne left Friday for Webster where she will visit her sis ter Mrs Jam es Witt Mr and Mrs Gilbert Kasey visited Mrs Kaseys parents Mr and Mrs Jane Foushee Saturday and Sunday Miss Minnie Stith left last Wednes day for Waslingtcn D Cl to make a continued visit to her aunt Miss HauserThe treasurer of the missionary to ciety reports funds on hand aoove the dues to make usa life member Mrs B A Hardaway of Guston one of the Faithful Four has been selected for the honor Golden Rod Get rid of those plrtplcs Dr Thachers The and knowwill do lu druggists THIS CATARRHRE DY Is sure toI GIV- ESatisfaction Elys Cream Balm G j Relief at Once It cleanses soothes and heals the ills easedmembrn a Itte RdrivesIn the lend iiudklv It Is absorbed heals and Protects the Membrane Uestons the Senses of Taste tutu Smell Full size i 0 nt dru Jlsrj or hy mall Trial Size lOc by mail ELY IifOTII1 ItS WWurren Street N V ANNOUNCEMENTS I FOR COt TY JUDGE WE are authorized to announce Henry Moorman as n candidate for County Judge of UreckenrldRe county sub Ject to the action of the Democratic party FOR REPRESENTATIVE IIyatlve from lireckenrldge county subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR JAILER WE nrt authorized to announce wihnllRockvale for the cake of Jailer of Mreckenrldse county subject to the actloi of the Republican party l1CQUADYt Miss Ada Weatherford was the guest of Mrs Brickie last week Clark Owen who has been sick for some time in able to De out again Rev Snacclett filled his regular appointment here Saturday and Sun dayJoel H Pale ot Hardinsburg was here last Friday looking after the pulp lie school Miss Margaret Wheatly of Tarfork was the gnest of Miss Nellie Crews last week Quite a number ot our young people lasttThursday night Mrs Sally Bland ot Fordsville has bought the Bowman property at this place and moved here The infant child of Luther Wilson died last Thursday of pneumonia and was buried at Hardmsbnrg Wednesday afternoonGeorge and Rob Ball reinUstedrini the United States army and left lins Sunday for Ft McPherson Oa where they will be stationed Dr Sandbach was called last Thursday to see John Lively who happenedI to a serious accident while at carpen ter worttA nail flew and struck him in the eye probably destroying th eight END OF QUARANTINE McOuadyKy March 78peclal- Dr 1 Glasscock of Irvlngton came down last week to consult with Dr Sandbach concerning the smallpox case at Tartork They repotted no new ases and discontinued the quarantine The Colonels Waterloo Colonel John M Fuller of Honey Groe 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 50c bottle ot your great Electric Bitters which cured me I consider them the best medicine on earth and thank lied who gave you the Knowledge to make them Sold and guaranteed to cure Dyspepsia Biliousness and Kidney Disease by Short Haynes druggists at 50c a bottle STEPHENSPORT Mrs S B Schoop hue returned from LouisvilleMiss Hensley opened a spring school here Monday RA Smith attended the inaugura tion ot President Roosevelt MrpL 11 Helm visited friends And relatives in Irvington last week Mrs J S Adair was in Cloverport the first of tnis week on business Born to the wife of B F Blaine an eight round daughter Febrnar 20 Miss Zelma Lay left Sunday for Clifton Mills to teach a threw montns school Mrs P D Hawkins and daughter Lelabelle of Union star were in town SaturdayMrs Dowell who has been indisposed for some time is slowly improvingJ Jr left Saturday for Lewlsport for the purpose of teaching a spring school Mrs Jennie Brooks who has beenl visiting friends in New Harmony Ind has returned home James M Crawford has returnedI from Vicksburg Miss where he has been for several months Mrs Sallie Bennett and son Rich ard attended the funeral ot Qua Gib sonat Cloverpcrt Thursday Mr and Mrs W G Haswell of Hardinsburg were with their parents Mr and MrsGeo McCubbins Sunday dos H Lay of this City Ind was here Saturday to see his father H Lay who has been ill for two weeks ICOLD WAVE AA WW COMINGI J IAnd if you are not IICOME TO get some of IIand will only be I Babbage I THIS I these sale I week and they are some stunners for the CASH AND CASH ONLY f Come along now and lets get busy Heavy weight Canton Flannel per yard 7c Heavy weight Outing Flannel per yard 7c Ladies Flannel Underskirts each J5c Apron Ginghams per yard Ladies 250 Ready Made Skirts now 100ILadies 350 now 150 Ladies 25c Yarn Hose at 15c Several choice pieces of 6c Calico at 4c A few Ladies Golf Gloves at lOc of our lOc Flannelette Waist Goods per yard 6c A 100 Corset for 60c few Toques for children at 15c 100 Jeans Pants now SOc t IIA 150 Jeans Coats now 50c I Babbage Son Cloverport Ky Wft LANDStOF THE EAST TEXAS COUNTRY Home of the Elberta peach the straw berry plum pear tomato and other fruits and vegetables Big money in growing for the northern markets 7theand 21st round trip homeseekers tickets from St Louis Thebes Cairo or Mem phis to Texas points at rate of one fare 1plus 52 not exceeding 15 One way colonist tickets at half fare plus 2 on February 21st and March 21stWrite for booklet on Texas fruit lands map and time table LOSCHAEFERTPAC- otton Belt Route Cincinnati 0 Thermometers safeguard towards maintain ing an equable temperature in the house a source of satiSfac1I tion when the frost is window pane and you are curious to know how cold it is outside Wo have just the thing you want In addition to the thermometer there goes with it a color barometer which foretells all we athe changes from 12 to 24 hours in advance Send us 25 cents and we will send you one by mail post paid Or better still send us a dollar for a years subscription to the NEWS andwe will send you one free We only have a limited num her of these Send your order at onto and get one before they are all gone J D BABBAGE Editor BRECKENRIDGE NEWS YYBIG SPRING Born to the wife of John Martin Wednesday a daughter Overton Stanford of Bewleyville way here Sunday afternoon Lee Brown ot New Salem has been sere for several days buying hogs Joe Zeperer of South Bend was the guest of Frank Hardin last week Bert Williams who was cleking for H Meyer has been quite sick at his home in Howe Valley Miss Mary Richardson of Vine Grove was the guest of Mrs T J Durblnseveral days last week Dr Strother was called In consul tation with Dr Stith to see Mrs Charlie Stitb of Ekron Friday night Mr and Mrs H Meyer returned Sons I it WEEK on 5c Ii WE ARE UNLOADING LUMBER DAILY ft- i1 1At our several yards and are prepared tq supply your wants with choice IW NEW stock ut prices that we are sure will please you W J jiJI JPWill Co LUMBERMEN f yl LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY y 7 NOTICEtAll persons owing the estate of M Hamman or M Ham man eC Son are requested to call and settle with C AV Hamman All persons having claims against the estate to pre f r sent same properly proven I cutrlxaCHRISTINA1 Horn Louisville last week Mr Meyer has been quite siok since his return The I HV0 Club of Big Spring are getting u cirunlaticg library Win soon have all of the new books on handDr W H Strother was called in consultation with Dr Bnrch to see Mrs Ed Bunger of Garrett Friday mornmgIMrs Jesse Clarkson who has peen very ill at her daughters Mrs Hun gerland of Louisville returned home last week Mrs James Harned entertained Misses Lll and OlaMae ClarksonZel- ma Strother Daisy Meador and Mrs W Id Strother at dinner Thursday Warning When you ask a druggist for Para uamph be sure you get it There is nothing just as good Paracamph is guaranteed to cure Piles Eczema Tetter Itch Snltrhoum etc Remem ber the name Paracamph 25 cents tI To One Day Take Bromo gUinine Tablets Seven MUlIon boxes sold In past 12 months This signature prepared for bargains I this II Any HITES RUN John Agnew is quite sick Harmon and Percy Blame left last Monday for Illinois Lee Miller gave the young folks a party Monday night Alfred Miller of Hllt was the guest of Mitts Bevie Hawkins Sunday Caleb Hawkins and fainilyof Bethel will leave in the near future for Ne oraska I Willie Walker of Mattingly spent I Saturday and Sunday with his uncle Frank WalKer Wm Hawkins and family left Tues day for Owensboro where tney will make their future home Misses Lee and Bevie Hawkins at tended the entertainment Friday night given at New Bethel sonoolhonse Paul Hendrick and Charlie Miller of New Bethel were the guests of Misses Evie and Norma Miller San I day r Cure a Cold in Laxative c8 Cures Crip In Two Days on every box 25c i J 9 tANt OLD ADAGE I SAYSn uA light purse Is a heavy curse ff Sickness makes a light purse V The LIVER Is the seat of nine I tenths of all dis- easeTutts I Pills1 go to the root of the whole mat I ter thoroughly quickly safely I and restore the action of the LIVER to normal condition Give tone to the system an solid flesh to the body Take No Substitute J f The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY March S lOOo e Try Popham Bros for thoes Hiss Jane Hauibletcu is visiting i Louisville Wall paper at S cents per rollEd ward Qregoty t D H Severs is at home from the South this week Every style of paper made 1 sell Edward Gregory Abe ilcGavock went to Webster last Wednesday to visit relatives Dont wattI have the line of paper to SUIt you Edward Gregory t Miss Dolly Claycomb of Irvington i has been visiting friends here Sap fary or bath rocm paper wash jit lice oil cloth Edward Gregory t I Mrs Ell Wilson ot Bewleyville Is rvisiting her daughter Mrs Steve Car man D S Duncan was the guest of the Misses Wheeler at Hardin Grove Ind Sunday Miss Addie G Dittoof Louisville willII arrive today to visit her sister Mrs J D Babbage Mrs Fannie Lisbon has been visit ing Mrs F M Eades at Owenaboro the past week I Jess Bohler returned how Saturday after a few weeks visit with relatives I at We biter Miss Alliene Murray ot Glendeane 1 rr has been visiting her aunt Mrs Adelle Hambleton I Best selected line of paper in old Kentucky Asa to see sample line Edward Gregory I Miss Katie McGary has arrived from Eardinshnrg to visit her sister 1 Miss Belle McGary Mrs A M McCracken of Louisa yille has been the guest of Mayor and Mrs L T ReIdcMrs J A Barry returned Monday from Louisville where she spent two weeks visiting relatives Wm A Tinius and family left last Wednesday for Seattle Washington where they will reside Mr and Mrs William H Haw kins left Thursday for Owensboro where they will reside Loss of Flesh i When you cant eat break fast take Scotts Emulsion a When you cant eat bread and butter take Scotts tEmulsion When you haves been living on a milk diet and I want something a little more nourishing take Scotts muI slOnfa A To get fat you must eat t fat Scotts Emulsion is a r great fattener a great strength giverrThose who have lost flesh want to increase all body tissues not only fat Scotts Emulsion increases them all bone flesh blood and nerveFor invalids for convalescents I for consumptives I for weak children for allII who need flesh Scotts Emulsion is a rich and com fortable food and a natural I tonicScotts Emulsion for bone flesh blood and nerve We will send you a free sample Be sure that this picture In the form of a label Is on the or every bottle of wrapper you buy SCOTT BOWNE CHEMISTS 409 Pearl St NY 50c and 1 1 all druggists Export red top 7o per lb Popnnm Bros D R Witt of Rosetta is the guest olteIMr ucl Mrs JE Keil left Mon day for New York city where they will reside Northern potatoes The bu PophaiuI Bros Cllpt J H Rowland attended the inauguration of President Roos velt at Washington Saturday Misses Julia aud Frnukie Coouiesof near HardinsbnrR hft last Monday to join the Sisters as Nazareth Navy banns 2f Ibs for lPophalU Brosd Mr and Mrs A M McCracKen of riouisville were the guests of Mayor and Mrs L T Reid last Tuesday Jas N BricKey will have a public sale at his place Saturday March 18 He is selling out to move to Kansas Mrs Wallace Skillman of Terre Haute Ind is the guest of her par ents Mr and Mrs Henry Wendelken 25cPophamnBros Miss lone Dowden returned last Wednesday to Brandenburg atter a visit to Mr and Mrs Darnell Dow denMrs Marlin Cockrel arrived Wednesday from Coffeeville Kan to visit her motner Mrs Annie Polk at Tobinsport Miss Marian Bowmer has returned from a visit to her sisters Mrs Hugh Atkinson of Chicago and Mrs Sher man of Tolelo O Flour 750 and SOc per sack at Pop ham Bros Misses Eula Kennedy and Ola Hen trick and Tom Mays of Webster were the guests of Miss Essie Bohler Saturday and Sunday Rev 0 T Daniel of Kansas City who has been tne guest of his dangh tel Mrs S 0 Christian will preach at the Baptist church next Sunday Nothern seed oats 45 and 47o per bu Popham Bros Ueo Wendelken was the guest of his brother Chas Wendelken in Louis ville Sunday He was accompanied home by his niece Lelin Wendelken Geo Hatchings of Trenton Ky who played the trombone during part of the revival at the Methodist church was the guest of Mr and Mrs C B Skillman while in the city The Breokenridgfl News one year and paper to paper a 15X15 room 0 or 10 ceiling complete for wall ceiling and border 1 35 Send your orders quick Edward Gregory F D Wnueneck arrived yesterday from Greenwood Ind to be in the several days on business connect ed with his position as local manager for the J T Polk company Popham Bros want your produce at the highest prices Plaster Board takes the place of plaster Clean neat and thick comes in 12 ft planks 20 inches wide nails on like lumber Paper never bursts onPlaster boardEdward Gregory Attention farmers The time is ap pqpaching lor fencing your farm If in need of wire of any kind write ns We sell it cheaper than wholesale houses Write H Heck Co Cannelton IndI will come to your home and bring line of paper to select from Snow you color schemes We can sit down go over the line You save worry andI time and get what you like When I call Hurry if you want Ed Dont wait for the rush Edward Gregory At the Slick Creek convention of bed hugs held in this city last week on motion of a Cowheel delegate the resolution was passed R salves if Edward Gregory the wallpaper t man uses bed bag destroyer in I his pastA this season We will go I to Indiana and seek Gov Durbins J rotection for Kentucky exiles e GARFIELDI Ollie Lyons is hcme from lonis ville 1 B Richardson is on the sicK list his week Tom Gregory visited his mother at EveleJgh last week Clyde Crist of Long Grove is visltjj ing here this weekILonnie Dowell and family are mov ing to West Poiut Miss Bell Crist of Long Grove isJ here for an indefinite stay Paul Compton ot Hardinsbnrg visJ ited his parents Sunday Hiram McCoy is very low with but little chance for his recovery Mrs Frankie Smith visited her aunt Mrs Jas Brown last week Virgil Priest who went to Texas for his health Is reported betterfMr and Mrs Verne Whitworth and Fred Carman left Friday for St Louis Miss Blanche Whitworth visited Miss Maud Bullock at Basin Spring last week The stork visited the home of Mr I and Mrs George Johnson March 5 and left a little girl ua j rIij J I ill r IQ IITAYlOR KEENE TAYLOR m f I J J I IDENTISTS HI X 1 JJ JOF OWENSBORO Ik 11 I IWill bo In Dr Ilghtfoots 0111nlI V Ir IrwaitI out of emli month prepared to illI ifI I XI1 ji1Will be Here April 10 to 20 1 fy + 1 j fo 7 0 Davis Dowell and wife of Irvington vlsi tea their parents and attended church here Sunday Rev Cnnditl has changed his ap pointment at Ephesus to the second Sunday ib the afternoon oASXO BxaSelll theitsKind You Have Always Bauglf Signature oT 4p1MATTINGLY Ernest Pate sold a horse to Henry Beaviu lest Saturdays Curtis Pate hadaa valuable horse dangerously snagged last week Miss Nelia Beavin left last Monday for Owensboro to vsit her sister Mrs HeadThe farmers are taking advantage of the fine weather and are pushing their farm work Frank Walker of Hites Runwas here last Sunday visiting his mother Mrs Samuel Taul Dr Wm Howard and daughter Miss Lilla and Charley Howard attended church at Cloverport last Sunday Mr and Mrs Roscoe Lasley visited her parents Mr and Mrs Hardin Walker near Clover creek last Sunday Jessie Taul left Monday for Oaktowu Ind where he will be joined by Walter Newman and from there they will go to New Mexico Mrs Susan Pate age sixtyseven years wife of V C Pate has completed a white counterpane that she unit on common knitting needles By the Tonic Route The pills that acts as a tonio and not as a drastic purgearu DeWitts Littl Early Risers Tbey cure Headache aConstipationI Risers are small easy to take and a safe pill MacK Hamilton hotel clerk at Valley City N D says Two bottles cured me of chronic constipation Sold by All Druggists riYSTIC C L Pate is very ill Miss Bertha Cook is slowly improving from lagrippe J W Keys is building a new tenant house on his farm J M Bnsham went to Irvington one day last week on business 5 Messrs Roll MillerCash and Remus Basham left for Illinois Tuesday J M Basham is going to Louisville this week to bring on a new stockof goods Misses Delia and Carrie Harrison were the guests of Miss Laura Hicks Thursday eveningyl Mrs J Jims Basham and children of Webster are visiting her mother Mrs Warn Miller Miss GertrrfOe Keys of Lodiburg was the guest of Mrs Will Basbam of this place last Friday Miss Lillian Adkins of Sample was the guest of Mrs Lee Bcauhamp several days last week Dudley Startling Mortality Statistics show etatling mortalityi I from appendicitis and peritonitis To a prevent and cryre these awful diseases there is just out reliable remedy Dr p Kings New Life Pills M Flannery of 14 Custom Huse Place Chicago i says They have no equal for Constipation and Biliousness 2fo at Short Haynes druggists RIVER NEWS = The river is clear of ice ana navigation is being resumed The Morning J Star passed down Monday for Evans yule and the Tell City will go down today The Tarascon will not be run IIregularlyand bvan ville tral1eJThe last great gorge to break up and out is estimated to have done damage at Cincinnati amounting to f400000 May tine logs and quite a 1 number of partially wrecked barges which were torn from their moorings when this gorge let go floated by this point last Friday and Saturday No attempt was made here to land them The towboat Fulton passed up last Wednesday being the first boat in about seven weeKS to pass this point GISTKNIGHT d Hugh Gist son of Mr and Mrs = Jno Gist and Miss Mary Knight daughter or Mr and Mrs John Knight I who live between Mattinglr and Vie toria were married yesterday morning by Father C Brey at his residence The attendants were Wm Knight and Miss Helen Ballmau I 2LIjoo1 I r1Wants 1 11 Advertisements Inserted under this head atone cent a word per week = FOH SALE PiUNTINO Iresss and Cuttlllll mluhlnes lot of rood foundry machines Also new mid swonilliand OHS and Onsollnp StreetLoulsrilteBORROW IT more fors yearn at 3 per ten and my hack monthly Attend JBO00ollege strut In business own fl y olno etc Address Worlds Uh sire Hung Chllllrnthf Missouri WANTKI 1XAXTEHJ A standnrd JRS drlllkif rl Write the UreokenrldKo News Clovrport Ky with tall imrtlculnrs WANTED ROOD COTTON lUCiS T poundClIshIORSALKOKCIIAIU iUASS SKKH- FOK SA foEIIIO hashes orchard truss sledl UAddlscnli WAXTKDTO TRADE VlAXTEDTo trade fruit trees for lumberTV SIWSOlllceFUn SALETIMOTHV HAY pOUSALKFlrstelass timothy hay at ill1 per ton sit my horn Went lull ZT Hardln FACTORIES FOR KENTUCKY IentuckynewspaplrtIllBaroourlIIe huslnessInsomolarffoTlirotieli the newly organized Commercial largAsphalto 1 Morton and other Chicago men are connect establisheduN01y y fromKentulkyvantllpesI nllltlrialtransportatlollconditions = DUROCSJERSEY PIGS FOR SALE I tun now offering u nice lot of boars andguts of fall furrow These an good pigs unysvhereThoroughbredmy place 3 u head UIIn shipping order i10 E P HARDAWAY Bewloyvlllo Kentucky= HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES One way second class colonist tickets to South and Southeast first and third Tuesdays each month at reduced rates Homesoekers Excursions to all points- to which homeseekers1 rate hpply toeSouthwest Feb 7 and 21 also March 7 21 good to return after 22 days including date of sale Special Homeseekeis 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 l90j Special one way colonists rates to the Southwtst Feb 21 and March 2J m L II ST L TIME TABLE EAST ROUND Cloverport07Aesat Louisville 715 A1i No 42 Dally Mull and Express leaves Clo rerportB54 A M stops lit 1111 WilY stations arrives Louisville 1235 Train 044 Dally fast mall leaves Clo verport 448 p m stops at all way sta tons litLoulsvllloaccornmodatlonarrlvesWEST ROUND No 47 Dally Coverport accommodation ljj EvansuleTrain No 41 Dally fast mull and express atlinwesvlllcj ansvlllu urrlves St Louis 720 p m Train No 43 Mall and Express dully ar- rIves Cloverport 728 p m Evansville 1030 P m Stops at all stations No 45 dally St Louis fast train IcavcsClo AMI lIuwlsvtlleOweusooro bltwnlol1lsvlllocars and reclining chair cars on trellis 45 and 40 between Louisville and SL Louts Fordsville Branch EAST HOUND = leavesPordav111uU30u tuTrain leaVlsIordsin Train No G Sunday only PordsvllluO30 u in Irvington 003 p m WEST HOUND Train No3 Dotty except Sunday leaves Irvington 045 a in UTlves 1ordsvllle 245 pmTrain pmNEW MILLINERS Mrs H FranK and Mrs A f Tolls have rented the BrownII of loon Bates at Jollv and ready for business They will do all of sewing plain and fancy and will handle a firstclass stock of mil linery goods They will do sewing for money or produce but give no credit odS T O zrX ABeare theTte Kind You Hats Always Bought 9lgnatareof MAY GO WEST Irvington Ky Maro 7Speoial- Dr Glasscook who has been here for several months has decided to try his fortune In the far west perhaps in Oregon He left Saturday for bise home near Glendeane and will later anda nn n nnlnnnt lnnu4fnn f 1ftIMEETME AT NOLTES LAST WEEK NEARLY EVERYBODY WAS ON THE OUTLOOK FOR ALL KINDS OF SEEDS LET THE GOOD WORK GO ON t ANOTHER SHIPMENT RECEIVED OF NORTH ERN SEED OATS ORCHARD GRASS RED TOP EXTRA FANCY BLUE GRASS TIMOTHY AND CLOVER THEN WE HAVE THE NEW GARDEN SEEDSI- N4 GREAT VARIETY INCLUDING A NICE ASSORTMENT OF THE FLOWERY KIND Northern Seed Potatoes ONION SETS SILVER SKIN AND POTATO ONION SETS SOW GOOD SEED AND REAP RICH REWARD WE HAVE EM TOBACCO CANVAS J C NOLTE BRO IllASONICCLOVERPORT KY Ai = = 1M z == == J THROE TRAPS 1898 VINE GROVE KY Chronic Diseases Treated Rational and of At my on Kim 15 To the highest My Household and known date of sale W R SMITH Ky r OVER FAIR assured Prices Chas was in last in needof flour Of course youve heard o- fCADICKSGOLD a brand of flour which delights the cook and makes good cookies- It is good for all sorts of stuffs that you wish to have GOLD DUST FLOUR once used always use Cdick Milling CoIo GRANDVIEW IND FIELD SEEDS n Seed TimothyRed TopIEverything in the Grass Seed line at lowest SAtE STYLES FARM WAGONS BUGGIES McGLOTHLAN Irvington Ky Latham Sanitarium Established HARDIN COUNTY Successfully CHARGES MODERATE Harmless Satisfying Methods Treatment FOR LElresidence Fifthand streets Wednesday March 1905I iddcrIKilchcnFurnilure Terms made Cloverport Ii DRIPIC MITCHEL DENTIST OFFICE THE Satisfaction Professional Waggoner Louisville week When DUST FLOUR baked CADICKS Clover Seed- Orchard Grass Oats pricesF- OR PIGGOTT r THE FIRST DOLLAR All large fortunes had to begin with the first dollar Get the first dollar then another t j put with it then another until you have a good round suns In other words save a little money all of the time This plan followed up will e entimlly lead totindependenceThe and easiist way to save money ia to start a bunk ac count Come to our bank with vour first dollnr leave it with us then bring another and the first thing you know youll have dollars to your credit Got in the hanking habit with our bank INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS BANK OF CLOVERPORT CLOTERPORT KT 4 1 lj 7 0I W A Warier 3- jj fI r jj l DENTISTIr J NjJ1 t ofOffice over Klncheloet Drug Store 1 W+ rfjIfr v = Groves Tasteless Chill Tonichas stood the test 25 years Average Annual Sales over One and a Half Million bottles Does this record ofmerit appeal to you No Cure No Pay 50c Enclosed with every bottle is a Ten Cent package of Groves Black Root Liver Pills t i h r n+wwct Kws +r k7Y + M t rwd+r rte 4r Ir The Creckenridge News t WEDNESDAY March 8 1005 MODEL FARM AT EXPOSITION Outdoor Exhibit Will Show Different Varieties of Crops Growing Side By Side 4 Portland An experimental garden or model farm where will grow every s variety cf every different kind of plant is which contributes to the toed of uiai or domesticated boosts will be a feat nre of the Lewis and Clark Exposi I tion which will opn at Portland June 1t Growing grasses forage plants I wiltIi grow side oy side giving an impres sive object lesson to visiting agiicul tnrists This novel exhibit will be located in a small canyon winch was utilized years ago by Chinamen as a truck 4 4garden The soil is rich and produc tive and only pactlcal cultural methods as applied to general farm condi- tionsI will be employed in making this live exhibit j deii Lorit rage plants including a out a varieties of tne domestic field peas three of vetch alfalfa two varieties i of maggelmurvel three of tur nips two of field carrots rape and kaleThereI will be upwards of seventy i varieties of vegetables best suited to the climate and soil of the Willamette Valley The different kinds of vegeta bles shown will include cabbage brus sels sprouts cucumbers onions celary corn melons peppers tomatoes squash caoliiiower lettuce and hops There will be grown several varieties of Bohemian hops a portion two years of age and the remainder one year to convey an idea as to the growth of hops on Willamette Valley soil at theIr respective stages A number of varieties of choice or chard and small fruits have been planted and many of these although only one year out will be fruiting during the Exposition One section will be devoted to an exhibit showing the methods employed on the Pacific Coast in training orchard and garden plants While no one expects to see a inllygrown orchard at an exposition it will be a novel sight to see a real young one bearing its first crop Of frnit from raspberries and blackberries through currants gooseberries quinces cherries pears plums peaches ApritioU and apples Under the usual climatic conditions the crops should be well advanced and will afford much interest to visitors II In floriculture there will be various plats filled with over 50 varieties of annual and perennial dowers includ ing astors carnations cosmos escnol izia hollyhock nasturtium single and double petunias verbenias etc Centennial Park the natural portion of the Exposition grounds is an exhitit itself of the wealth of trees and flow ers which Oregon produces It was laid out by an experienced landscape artist with a view to maKing the most of the natural scenic beauty of the site On the crest of a hill on the south end a great bed or roses of every varietyISI which flower blooms all the year round at Portland Extending from this point is a network of road ana path winding among the grassy slopes Tvhich are thickly dotted with trees and shrubs both evergreen and decid oous of ifl varieties all native to the Oregon country A HclpliNH Voinun My wifes the most helpless crop 1Sture growled Cudly simply cant do t anything without bothering me to help r her V iIr Yes YfC Only Inst night I had to ronch Up and get a tUttle ore the shelf of tune I pantry for lLha so she could go down cellar ami brim up u scuttle of coal Ihilmklpliiii IresH READ TillS Milledgeville Ky Tan 1 1003 Dr E W Hall St Louts Mo Dour Sir I have been a great sufferer from kidney disease and was treated by myIi home physicians with no benefit Your rr Texas Wonder tins cured me and I nui satisfied it saved my life and I can cheerfully recommend it to ladies auf fering with kidney and bladder troubles I Respectfully Mrs Eliza Frost A TEXAS WONDER i One small bottleot the Texas Wonder 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 J receipt of f1 One small bottle is two months treatment and seldom fails r to perfect a cure Dr E WIHall sole manufacturer P 0 Box 020 St i Louis Mo Send for testimonialsf ti1 Sold by all druggists BEN HUR The Greatest Spectacle of the Century to be Staged In Louisville Towering triumphantly as the most massive and picturesque as well as the most impressive dramatic specta cle in the history of the wold Ben fur will seek new honors at Ma cauleys Theatre Louisville Ky the week of March 20th Never before In the nistory of Louisville amusements has an announcement of a theatrical I reduction created such a sensation for it means something new to the public to see a dramatic spectable on the colossal scale of the present production The scenic settings to be used are those which marked the Worlds Fair run in St Louts this past summer and the engagement at the Big Chicago Auditorium Thev were imported from the Drury Lane Theatre London for this seasons tour of the play IIBen Hnris a wondertul play All who have seen it agree that noth ing more beautiful inspiring spiritual and edifying tnan Tne Healing of the Lepers in the last act nas ever been offered on the stage of the Airier man theatre At this point this great play is most truly and in a very high sense religious Here the stagy seems to have consecrated itself and all its resources to the service of Christianity and there in nothing that iis not reverent beautitnl and altogether fitting in its service This scene and the widely advertised chariot race in the act preceding are the great special features of the play which give it much of its wonderful value and extraordinary power If the American arama had done ab solutely nothing worthy in its long career but this had its fame to rest solely upon this one noble product of IIt J d i I I I I Promotes DigcslionChecrfur ncss andRestContains neither I OpiumMorplune nor Mineral TsOT 7 ARC OTIC r JlMfe afOltUOrSAKUELPtTCHER 41i Ani tIuHwl t 1 Blr llbJndIahrvI StJII I Aperfecl Remedy for Constipa Tion Sour StomachDiarrhoca Worms Convulsions Feverish ness and Loss OF SLEEP Ii Facsimile Signature or h EWYORK EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER 4 your How take Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears Signature In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASIORIA OCNTAUII I Klaw Ss Erlangerit has josti commendable and which cannot tied existence this least fall to exert greatest possible it has shown that may on mankind that bringing home given over to uses immense and dignity u Positively YourLastChance j Dont Miss it Your Last Dont Hesitate Act at Once UNDER A RECENT RULING OF THE POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT THIS WILL BE LAST CHANCE YOU WILL EVER HAVE OF PARTICIPATING ANY FURTHER CASH OR GUESSING CONTESTS r35 000 CASRIA Opportunity IN 500 CASH PRIZES GIVEN AWAY SIX PRIZES OF 500000 EACH THIS CONTEST IS ON THE AMOUNT OF MONEY THAT WILL BE PAID INTO THE TREASURY DEPARTMENT AT WASHINGTON D C ON THE 27TH DAY OOF MARCH 1905 WHICH IS THE LAST MONDAY IN THE MONTH will positively close on March 22nd loon which is five days before March 27th upon which days receipts you are to estimate The official figures will he known on the next day or six days after the contest closes and prizes will be awarded immediately and no long will occur waiting for the result HERE IS A LIST OF THE PRIZES the parson whoso guess containing tho tho exact figures Is received before December S5 1001 5000 00 To the person whose guess fontuinlng tho exact fig ure Is received on or after December 25 1004 cand before January 15th hh 500000 To the person whoso guess containing tho exact figures Is received on or utter 111115 and bufora IFeb 1 ll1rohh 5000 00 To the person whoso guess containing the exact figures IIs received on or after Feb 1 and nature Feb 30 11100d dm 500000 To the person whoso guess containing exact figures Is received 011 or after Full JM and before Mar 5000 00 To the person sending In the nearest correct guess 5000 00 To assist you In making guesses we glvo below tilt Receipts of the Treasury for the lust Monday In ends month during the lust year Year lOOt Monday January S5tli 1912011 46 OJIobruury Sth 25683i1 54 March 28th 2071085 78 April 25th 223507428 OJIluy 23rd y 176308313 Juno 27th 2344fi5 33 OJ July 25th 1710000 CI OJAUKust 20th 1601075 01 a September 2tith 2587441 84 OJ October 31st 2279000 50 OJ November 28th 2450517 21 much money will Uncle Sam In on Mon day March 27th 1005 For Infants and the of THI COMPANY NEW VOHK CITY Messrs highly its for in at the bless the stage be ing of wholly worthy with force the THE IN Contest time To IPffih tho 101Ik To tho person sending in the second nearest correct 000guess00 To the person sending In tho third nearest correct guess ijoo 00 To the person sending In the fourth nearest rrc guess 300 00 To the person sending In tho fifth nearest correct guess 100 00 To the person sending In the sixth nearest correct guess P 50 00 To the noxt six f 23 each 150 00 To the noxt seventeen 10 each 11000 To tho noxt sixtysix S euch 330 00 To tho noxt four hundred t3 each 1200 00 500 PRIZES e35000 00 In case ot u tlo 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 g to apply on Subscription Account Name Posto m co State You are entitled to one guess for every dollar paid on Subscription My Guesses of tho U S Treasury Receipts for March 27th 1905 arc THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY eternal truth nnd verity of the birth to the world of Jesus the Savior of mankindTo man no matter what his conditions uBen Hur has its appeal It appeals to the deep grained tirmI rooted religions feeling in the human heart and brings back with great di rectncsss the simple lessons ana di vine truths that every man born in ia Christian land learned at his moth ers knees A Dinner Imitation After a hearty meal a dose of Kodo Dyspepsia Cure will prevent an attack of Indigestion Kodol is a thorough digestant and a guaranteed cure for Inaigestion Dyspepsla Gus on the Sto mach Sour Risings Bad Breath and all stomach troubles N Watkins Lesbus Ky mysII can testify to the efficacy of Kodol in the cure of Stomach Trouble I wus afflicted with Btornioh trouble for fifteen years and have taken six bottles of your Kodol Dyspepsia Cure rhich entirely cured me The six bottles were worth 1001 to me Kodol Dyspepsia Curt will digest any quantity of all wholesome food you wnnt to pat while your sto mach takes a rest recuperates and grows strong This wonderful prepar atlon is justly intitled to all of its many remarkable cures Sold by All Druggists WOMAN SUFFRAGE IN RUSSIA AND DENMARK When the four thousand students and professors of the University of St Petersburg came together in mass meeting one of the resolutions that they passed unanimously was for a national assembly to be elected by universal suffrage irrespective of sex Outside of the tour States that have woman suffrage there m is no university in America where such a resolu tion could be passed by a unanimous vote Mrs Katherine Breshkoosny who has come from Russia to the United States in the interest of the Revolu tionary movement said the other day that all the literary and charitable or ganizations in Russia had a mixed membership of men and women work ing side by side and that intelligent men believe in giving women absol utely equal rights Denmark is also agitating the poUt foal liberty of its women On the cc casion of the formation of the new Cabinet tne party supporting the government sent out a manifesto in which they say With regard to municipal and political liberty and equality all should enjoy the same rights irrespec tive of class and fortnne o sex These who have fancied that the de mand for woman suffrage was confined to a handful of discontented women in the United States will be surprised to know that the movement has be come world wide and is manng unex pected headway in the old conserva tive countries are likely to receive their political rights even before the women of this boasted free Republic Elnora Monroe Babcock A Chicago Alderman Owes Ills Elec Ion to Chamberlains Cough Remedy II can heartily conscientiously rjeo om mend Camberlams Congn Remedy for affections of the threat and lungs says Hon John Shenick 220 So Peoria St Chicago ITwo years ago during a political campaign I caught cold after being overheated which irritated my throat and I was finally compelled t3 stop an I could not speak aloud Jn my extremity friend ad vised me to use Chamberlains Cough Remedy I took two doses that afternoon and could not believe my senses when I found the next morning the I inflammation had largely subsided I took several doses that day kept right on talking through the cam pain and 1 thank this medicine tbat I won my seat in the Council This remedy is for sale by Short Haynes t Me Did Xot Stop to Think The amount of energy people some Hmes expend in milking a bud mutter worse Is Illustrated by the story of n chance en ouster III a street car told to time Weld by a New York tuna It was on a Broadway car and there were fewtyasseiigers A man boarded the car and sat down by my side Ills clothing was muddy and torn and he had a handkerchief wrapped round one handI guess I am the biggest fool in town he remarked I looked interest ed and he continued See that cur four blocks almond Well I ran a block to overtake it and gave the conductor u dime He handed me a nickel which fell from my hand to the street I yelled for him to stop the car He did not do It and I jump ed off and landed all spraddled out like an old saddle See my clothes Wcll the Jump did it I asked the man If be found the nickel Oh yes I round the nickel but what good did it do mo I could not overtake the car from which I hod jumped and so I boarded this car rind gave the nickel to the conductor So I skinned my baud spoiled my clothes and risked my neck Just to find that five cent piece nnd give it to the street railway HAS STOOD THE TEST 25 YEARS The old original GROVES Tasteless Chill Tonic Youllnow what you are tnklng It Is ion and quinine In a tasteless form No euro no pay 50c I SPECIAL RATES Via Illinois Central R R New Orleans and Return Account Mardi Gras March 1st to 6th inclusive California and The Northwest- One way colonist March 1st to May 10th inclusiveMississippi Louisiana Etc Homeseekers round trip less than half fare One way colonist February 21st March 7th and 21st Indian Territory Oklahoma Ar kansas Texas Etctt Homeseekers round trip February 21st March 7th and 21st One way r colonist February 21st and March 21st HOT SPRINGS ARK Dally Sleeping Cur without chiiiiKO Chicago to Hot Springs with connections nt Memphis from Cincinnati and Louisville iitIi Celral Weekly Excursio s to CALIFORNIA Excursion cars through to Los Angeles and 1 San Francisco via Now Orleans Every Tuesday from Cincinnati ail Louisville Via Omaha 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ICfin surveyVOlll Lands write your Deeds and take the acknowledgement at your home JThis saves you trouble and costf 1 rr- A Your Patronage Solicited I I L Address me at Hardinsburg Ky r t H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDINSBURG KY 1 theCourtscounties i road cases and criminal practice Llcenseuto CourtsOmcelIurdlnsburltJ i Sour J if f Stotnachtt i No appetite loss of strength nervtw tt- noss 9 headache constipation bad breathiI Ittho r cures Indigestion Thisff cents the natural Juices of digestion u ther rtheproperties Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does Ml 4ifamolalengthening mucous membrane linta the stomach Mr S S Ban oe Rnnroocf WVa qaI was troubled with lOUr stomach for twisty 7 Rillfor I Korfol Digests What You Etotttoi only MildzcontMpard OHio I Sold by all Druggists Ask for the 1905 f fKodo Almanac and 200 Year Calendar SIE VW L f The Breckenridge News =WEDNESDAY March 8 1003 LOW RATES TO PORTLAND Railroads Cut Prices On Account of Lewis and Clark Exposition Chance to See Country Portland The Lewis and Clark Ex laltion which will open at Portland I on June 1 next and continue until October 15 will offer to people of the 1 east and middle west a nparalleled op portuniity to visit an country winch I most people have long desired to see j realhiagjmans of attracting thouSAnds of littleexrates lower than those ever secured before for any Exposition- All the rates so far offered mane it possible for people to wake the round trip to Portland for less money than the regular one way fare From the f Mississippi valley the rate is 45 for the round trp while from Chicago It is 50 00 and from St Louis x250 People east of Chicago or St Louis 1naymake the round trip by paying the fare from either of those places plus eighty per cent of twice theregular one way first class fare to them Tickets are good for ninety days but not after November 80 the rail road companies believing tbat many i who will visit Portland this coming summer will be actuated as much by a desire to see the country as to see the Exposition have provided liberal top over privileges The tourist may come to Portland by one route and I return by another without additional expense and for small cost may visit the Yellowstone Park either coming or going Rates from the east via California will be announced later and It is believed that the extra charge for including California lo the trip will be 1150 The people of the Northwest are ex peoting to entertain thousands of hotneseekers this year and are waking unusual preparations to receive them almost every county in the state of Oregon the Exposition state will have an exhibit at the Exposition and one county will have a pavilion while a number of counties In Washington California Idaho and Montana will display their resources with a view to attracting settlers Tune Oregon Coun try which was added to the domain of the United States by the exploring expedition of Captains Meri wether r Lewis and William Clark which the Expositon will commemorate is the most fertile in the United States and I its people are all prosperous Lirge areas of state and government land remain open to settlers who way ob them for a nominal prier ptam GUARANTEED CURE FOR CHILLS rllImrPliesPAZOOIXTFirstntmlfpnHnti yourII ItwillMedlclnoHIM Mnln Duty Employer to new olllce boyIIns the cashier told you what you arc to do this afternoon Qlllce BoyYes- sir Im to wake him when I see you r cOll1lngScrnps A watch taken to the top of Mont I Blanc will gain thirtysix seconds In twentyfour hours k A SUDDEN TWINGE 01 pain is generally tho first warning of an attack of rheumatism It fcoU Us If tho disease were In the bones pr muscles but tho real cause off rheumatism Is found In 1 Impure blood In order to euro rheumatism tho blood must be cleansed of tho poi sonous impurities which are tho cause of tho dls easeDr Plcrcos Ooldon Medical Discovery has boon very successful In tho cure of rheuma tism because It en tirely cleanses tho bloodI from tho poisonous cause which is tho of the disease Your Golden Medical Discovery cured moot rhouma tlsm after 1 had tried n rlonn rnmerltn without relief and also gone West In search of health writes Harry Klttor of No NM5 6th Street Denver Colo Only those who have suffered from mlsoryIweather was damp or cold my troubles wore increased and my Joints would bo so stiff and sore that I was hardly ablo to move about and often unable to dross myself I used a number of highly recommended medicines but thoy had no effect whatever on me and 1 myhealthi for A gentleman In tho house where t I lived advised me to use Dr 1lorcos Golden y Medical Discovery and In four months and a half after I began using It I was a well man and have had no touch ot It for the past seven mopths The sole motive for substitution Is to permit the dealer to make the little more profit paid by tho salo of loss meritorious medicines Ho gains you lose There foroa cc for Golden Medical1 Discovery CVMM Those tiny sugarcoated antl JJSSJi bilious granules regulate and andrvDowels Do not beget the pill habit but cure constipation One or two each day for a laxative and regulator three or four for an active cathartic Once tried alwayitresh I EQUITY PROSPECTS AS GIVEN II BY MR C HAYES TAYLOR I Mr E B Oglesby Gloverport Ky My Dear Sir Your valued favor of the 5th con taming remittance for Lewlsport Local Union No 0 received and VA thank you The names have been en tered on our Hes and the charter emblems certificates etc will be duly forwarded We also have to thank you for your report of the meeting to organize ia county union in Breckenridge County Now Mr Oglesby I think the action taken by Mr Ball is to be deplored It will be found very essential to have a good strong business union in every tobacco growing county and the sooner the work is begun the bet ter We will require a meeting in each tobacco growing county directly after the crop of 1005 is housed in order to receive the reports of the local unions and send delegates to the next National convention at Owensbo ro tully instructed and with the ac tual statistics of the tobacco crops in the county This is tbe plan of the Society and is one that must be car ried out if results are to be obtained I would earnestly recommend that you hold another meeting as soon as possible to secure a full attendance and perfect the county organization We will call special meetings for all the local unions on the first Sat urday in April the 1st day of the month to consider some special work we have in mind and for that reas on we advise organizing the county union previous to that date if possible I am sen ling yon the names and ad dresses ot the secretaries of tbe local unions in your county so that you can call a meeting as soon as possible We are also in receipt of your letter of same date with inquiries as to the grading and pricing of tobacco We are having a great may inquiries along this line It was unfortunate that the priee making committee at the Lynchburg convention left the ques tion open to discussion But as It was the first pricemaking convention ot the producers it was to be expected that the work would bo more or less unfinished Besides several men on the committee were wholly unacquain ted with the conditions under which tobacco was sold in that part ot Ken tucky I maKe these explanations In order that you way understand the situation fully as it Is very important that this matter be settled to tbe cred it of the Society- Is 8 too high Now first I think that you understand that f3 is the average minimum price for good merchantable tobacco and does not in clude crops that are of very poor quality I A part of each crop is expected to sell for less than S and a part for more if the tobacco is graded and that the average shall be 8 Now in answer to the question The men who attended the Lynchburg convention were unanimous in their belief that this price is not too high Have you ever known the ordinary crops of to bacco in that section to sell for that meet If so Iit is clear proof that the buyers themselves admit that the price is not so high as to be unprofit able to manufacturers And furthermore it is said on good authority that American tobacco ouyers favor the passage of a bill to admit tobacco from the Philhpine Islands with only 25 per cent duty Even at thitt rate Philllpine tobacco will cost about 18 cents a poand in New YOrK As it is known that the PhiIllpi ne tobacco is of very inferior quathty it can not be that our own homegrown tobacco is not worth 8 cents We have no way of knowing j pat how many months supply of unman ufactured tobacco isnow in warehous es and factories We will obtain all these statistics as soon as possible It IS not necessary that we have them now however for we nave sufficient evidence outside to show that they will need our present crop at ou r prices For Instance the Production- of the IJnited States has diminished each year for the past three years The production in round numbers for 1003 was 800000000 Ibsjfor 1003795 OUOOUO lbs for 11104 050000000 lbs The buyers purchased the whole of these crops The number of pounds of ubacco exported to foreign countries Increased from 250 million pounds in LD01 to 800 trillion pounds In 1003 Importations into the United States also Increased several million pounds In 1004 The tobacco crop in Uermanj decreased over 10 per cent iu 1004 and a large portion of OUI dark tobacco IS exported to Germany It has been claimed that from three to five years sa pply is in the storage houses of the trust This is very probably more than twice the amount that is really on hand According to the cus tom of the manufacturers two years supply is all that is kept and this iel true only in the case of special kinds of tobacco that requires age in man I ufacturing Reports from all rnarke is say that the stocks of tobacco ou hand are rapidly growing smaller and w believe that the trade will call for the 1004 crop before the first half of the present year is gone The tax ou tobacco is six cents a p nuri The special tax that was placed upon tobacco during the war has all been taken olf We have not yet been able to secure reliable statistics as to the aetu cot of manufacturing tuoacco Thiel is so much adulteration that the wan ufacturers do not welcome too close iiTquiry into these matters We hope to be able to have these facts and figures for the Owensboro convention but at present we will have to do tht best we can with what kncwledge w s have been able to secure This factj should be remembered JS o tobacco J buyer ever paid more than the leaff was worth except in some extreme cases If yon can recall the time when tobacco sold higher than it now floes it is proof enough that tbe present prices are below the actual value We note what you say In regard to the farmers not being well situated for holding their tobacco in the suminei This is unfortunate The next best thing seems to be to store it In ware houses as the Uaviess County people have done and prize grade and trio each mans crop Then hold And ii- con iff nave not sold by planting time reduce your next years planting Tb sooner we find out what the bust will pay for tobacco the better andI this is the way to find out Remem her that WA have a large and power ful corporation to fight und that twill not give its long accustomed pri v liege of having its own way with outt a struggle The tobacco growers will1 have the hardest fight of all but there is not tale slightest doubt off our final success People will have t bacco The manufacturers will buy itI as long as they can sell It at a profit It may take a year to breatt their holdj on the farmers but do you not think that the ends will justify tne means tt In our judgement the buyers will begin j buying at the farmers prices iini the early summer if not before Slow ly at first perHaps The farmers of Virginia have seeni prices gu up to their figures For one entire week the acreage prices paid in Bedford City was l11 the Lynchburg pnc e These prices have been secured in Lynchburg also during the past week This does not menu you understand that no crop of tobacco sold for less thAn a 9 avemge Many crops of poor quality sold forfro and 0 But according to quality thl price was equitable Tho Owensboro convention must grade and price ac cording to grade- I wish to ask you a question Would1 a price less than 8 cents be satisfac tory to the majority of tbe farmers who produce tobacco throughout that section In other words can farmers there raise tobacco for a urice below this and make good money I want your candid opinion based upon nctu factsI ala in the tobacco trade that many farmers not in tho organza tiou tire selling at prices said to be satisfactory to them Hence the ques tionI believe that I have covered the matter fully as possible Will add that the reports of the revenue officers show a decrease of manufactured tobacco for the last six months of 1004 5 over that of 10034 As consumption has not deoreasedIt is very probable that the report that stocks are low is most likely true In my opinion every tobacco grower who holds his tobacco until April or May will get satisfac tory prices for it if he takes care not to market on a glut Hoping that this will aid you in fully understanding the present situa Lion and that you may be able to ad just matters satisfactory to the mem hers and with credit to the NationalI Union I am Very Truly yours C Hayes Taylor Mgr Tobacco Dept A S of E Champion Liniment for Rheumatism Chas Drake a mail Carrier at Chap inville Conn says Chamberlains Pain Balm is the champion of all liniments The past year I was troubled a great deal with rheumatism in my shoulder After trying several cures f the store keeper here recommended this remedy and it completely cured me There Is no use ol anyone suffering from that painful ailment when this liniment can oe obtained for a small sum One application gives prompt relief and its continued nse for a short time will produce a permanent cure For sale by Short IIHayned J u 1i1 lotllnyr Ann ntlnlllhIIlnvc you told any one of your tlwijremem to Mr Sweet er Edith No II havent told a soul except Bessie Miller who thought he was going to ask her VINIArm leant Is he u Socmiau He is no Cal vinistas these his war Is spoKen in the House on Monday night shews I will tell you how to be economical if you wish Stop your miserable on- eutal Calvinistic foolishness eIn the dark backward and abysm d tnnedid the Demooril syeatu and yell for economy and n Government econ ouiically administered V Did they WPI over Kfpublican extravagance The memories that so remember must beat fault Economy wont out and extra vugnnce name in with the miserable OrientalI falvinistic Philippines nlMr Williams received a fair edu Kene tucky Military Institute the Univer sity of the South the University ol Virginia and the University of Held elberg That education speaks in these calm and logical remarks Yon have left and deserted thee time honored Monroe Doctrine and elevated the new Roosevelt Doctrine that is hence forth to be tbe guide of the American people You have said that American boys light haired blue eyed fellows at some time or other are to be shot while acting policemen to collect debts of Europeans speculators all over the American hemisphere In the name of UoJ I want to know when and where you are going to stop at what particuar lice of bloodshed are you to stop j because it is merely the shedding of blood in order to col loot money eWe tear to show our inferior educa floe oy the question but who hat said that light haired him eyed- e American boys and fellows ore to be short Equal privileges for nil Black eyed American boys red haired American fellows carnet be excluded In the name of common sense it- t such a deity can be brought in to EC sanguinary a show as Mr William makes of the American hemisphere what is all this eloquent indignation about Mr Williams kicks against what he calUthe new Roosevelt doc Doctrineowith no necessary corollaries to be de feuded bythe United States By means of a navy Certainly not Our blue eyed American boys must not be shot while noting as policemen of the Monroe Doctrine Besides navies are expensive and extravagant Mr Williams is for economy What in economy Spending money for porkand pie As thus for a public building at Yazoo City Miss 40000 N Y Sun Strikes Hidden Rocks When your ship of health strikes the hidden rocks of Consumption youodont got pulp from Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption J V McKinnon of 1alhulega Syringe Alas writes IJhad been very 111 with Pneumonia nuderj the care ot two doctors but was getting no better wizen 1 uegauto take Dr Kings New Discovery The first dose gore relief one bottle cured me Sure curo for sore throat buoncnitis coughs and colds Guaranteed tShort tfc Haynes Drug store price Mc and flUO Trial bottle free HenryWattersons WattersonsLetters EuropeWill I Be A Leading Feature of Th- eCourierJournal 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Stepheusport Sunday the guests of Mr and Mrs G w McCubbins Mrs Margaret Brickey has been ap pointed guardian of her son Benjamin H Brickey by the county court Martin Suelluiati of Louisville formerly of this county was here last week in the interest of the Evening Post Mrs Percy M Beardand children have returned trout a visiti to Mr and Mrs D S Richardson of Union Star 110 The second quarterly meeting of the M B church South will be held a- New t Oakland church on March IS andI 10 Mrs Olive Buckby of Cloverporthas been appointed by the county court administrator of her deceased estateMiss Addie K Hskridge who I t4s is teaching at Harned spent Sunday here with her parents Mr and Mrs Morris i Eskridg The Ladies Aid held another spell ing match at the court house on Fri day evening Joel II Pile proved himself to beth best speller Prof Haley closed his school last Irl day He left Saturday for iris home at Mayfield The patrons were well pleas ed with his conduct of the school Drs Seth Parks and L B Morenmu were here last Wednesday to attend n F meeting of the Pension Board Five applicants for pension were examined George Drury of Bewleyville was in to town Monday He is H candidate for 1RoadSupervisor Mr Drury is young man of energy and ability and would L make a good man for the place r Exposure to a sudden olimato change 8 produces n old in the head and catarrh is apt to follow Provided with Elys Cream Bnlui you are armed against Nasal Catarrh Price i6 cents at Drug gists or Ely Brothers 50 Warren Street New York will wail it The Balm cures wittout pain does not irritate or cause pneezinjlt spreads itself over an irritated and angry surface reliev ing immediately the painful Inflammation cleausea and cures Cream to Balm quickly cures the cold PATESVILLEI William Arbrm is very ill Mint Clark has been on the sick PflMrs i J M PRWver wentI to Hawesville 5atfe tirday on business If Youug who was dangerously ill for route time is out agaiuBJ Little Roscoe Milner Young and sJs fl ter Eva May have been very sick J Eddie Heron ofr 1111 ttlng I IJl few days with friends and relatives ft Rev Oldhnm filled his regular ap pointment here Saturday and Sunday t I Spring Humors t Come to most people and cause many MrJ troubles pimples boils and other1 t teruptions besides loss of appetite I that tired feeling fits of biliousness indigestion and headachctbThe sooner one gets rid of them the i better and the way to get rid of them j and to build up the system that hasbl suffered from them is to takeGf Hoods Sarsaparilla andiPills i the Spring Medicine par excellence cl unequalled see strength in purifying the blood ast1 c shown by unequalled radical and per tangent cures of Scrofula Salt Rhoum the Scald Head Bolls Pimples see All Kinds of Humor Psoriasis Blood Poisoning Rheumatism Catarrh Dyspepsia Etc 4Acceptno substitute but be sure to get Hoods and get it today not MR t HEGES CUR AtOFECZEMA esteII Know I Passenger Agent of the Bi Oi Re Re Washington D C CUTICURA SUCCEEDS AFTER DOCTORS FAIL nMr S D Hcge passenger agent of the Baltimore Ohio RailroadWash- n ington DC one of the bestknown B a railroad men o the country sends the following grateful let ter Thanks to the Cuticura Remedies I am now rid of that fear ful pest weeping eczema for the first time in three years It first appeared on the back of my hand in the form of a little pimple growing into several blotches and then on nip ears and ankles They were exceedingly pain ful because of the itching and burning sensation and always raw After the first days treatment with Cuticura Soap Ointment and Pills there was very little of the burning and itching and the cure now seems to be corn aloft I shall be glad to aid in relieving others suffering as I was and you may use my letter as you wish WashIngtonIDC June 9 04 COMPLETE TREATMENT For Every Humor from Infancy to Age Price 100 Consisting of Cuticura Soap to cleanse the skin Cuticura Ointment to heal the skin and Cuticura Resolvent Pills to cool and cleanse the blood may now be had of all druggists A single set is often sufficient to cure the most torturing disfiguring itch ing burning and scaly humours ec zemas rashes and irritations from infancy to age when all else fails tbruughoutathe world 1otternrvgAChemCorp9ole1ropsnenea Of Send tat Uow to Curs Eczema Mr and Mrs Edward Gabbert and children of near Victoria were iin town Saturday- Mr and Mrs Amos Corley the funeral of her brother Mr Gibson of CloverportIMiss Rena Pulliam and Prof Lore Morris of near this place were married Monday at the home of the bride Misses Ada FrJ mire and Nellie Paw ver called Tuesday on Miss Sallie Baker who has been very ill for some- tIme Miss Mollie P vver entered the Hawesville school last Monday bnt was dissatisfied with the grades and removed1I Harned Ky where she will enter a teachers orun- alG1lt5r3CC RtABears Kind You Have Always Bough of tlldhe I1 IRVINGTON Mr and Mrs Glint have gone to housekeeping Mr and Mrs Coleman returned from Stithton Monday Her Lewis was called to Sample preach a funeral Thursday Clara Jolly pent Sunday IlndII Monday with the McCHothlan fain ByII I Clarence McGlothlan of Louisville J spent Sunday with the old s at home A A Brown of Ohio county was visiting his nephew W E rown last week Rev llyncs Chas at Webster onday to preach tho funeral of Mrs Eliza StewartIA number of our prominent Republicans will go to Louisville March 28 RooseveltDuy Mrs Perry Weaver and Master Ben Helm of Louisville are with und Mrs Bate Washington Robt tlordon writes that he is much pleased with his position at Western asylum at Hopkins vine Mrs Bert Cunningham who has with her daughter Mrs Will left Monday for her home at Chenault Louis Jolly and Crayton Clay comb wont to Louisville Sunday to Morris Jolly who is still at infirmaryMr Parks have moved into the Kempor Kottage on tho west side and will be glud to their many friends A district Sundayschool convention will bo held hero sometime in April The exact date has been settled upon as yet I Robt Horndon Morcko of Cresj cent Hill will bo the guest of h nl greatgrandmother Mrs McGlothlan Sunday March 12 3 Jessie Horndon sold u pair of handsome mules last week for 1GO and 125 apiece The animals were highngild in goodcondition as is allof Mr Icrndons stock- CaiuITAltLx WOUK Miss Eva McGlothlan a pupil in the Irvington private school who is studying tho same branches as taught in tho Freshman class of the Louisville female highschool has just successfully passed the first semiannual examination of theffollowing highly creditable averages Latin 90 per cent English 90 Mathematics 97 Physiology 80 In addition to these subjects Miss McGlothlan studies Ancient History and Elocution in both of whichclasses her standing is high Miss Mc Glothlan is the daughter of T N McGlothlan and deserves the con gratulations of her friends Miss EDITH MARSHALL Teacher WEBSTER Alf Orcndorf is seriously ill Jas Witt has another son born February 21 Huston Looncy of color die last Saturday Tom Mays spent several days in Clovcrj ort last week John McGavock leaves soon for Oklahoma to look for a location Jesse Henderson left Tuesday for Walla Walla Wash to locate Miss Mary Payne of Bewley rifle is visiting her sister Mrs James Witt Bowlleyvillc are at the bedside of her brother Alf Orcndorf John Gibson and granddaugh tel Miss Gibsonb returned from Cloverport Saturday Miss Norris Kurtz returned home Tuesday from a visit to Miss Bernice Shncklett at Garrett Charles Hatfiold hug sold his place raid will leave with his family for Bloomfield Mo to re sideOur people seem to have a bad case of Western fever for which there is no cure but to move out thereMisses Eula Kennedy told Ora Hendrick visited Miss Essic Boh let at Cloverport Saturday and Sunday Incredible Brutality- It would have been incredible bru tality if Unas F Lemberger ot Syracuse N Y had not done the best he could for his suffering son My boy he says cut a fearful gash over his eye so I applied BucKlens to Arnica Salve which quickly healed it and saved ins eye Good for burns and ulcers too Only 25c at Short Haynes drug store Mnlln In 1717 The change in postal arrangements in New York since the goad old times may be seen by the following adver a tisement copied by the Troy Times from Bradfords New York Gazette of Dec C 1747- Cornelius allVan Denburgh as Albany I Post designs to set out for the first time this winter on Thursday next AllIII letters to go by him are desired to beTsent to the postolllce or to his house near the Snrluir Garden Ayers Mr son We know what all good doc CherryPectoral hitorCherryPectoral H w you how it quiets the tickling throat heals the inflamed lungs and controls the hardest of coughs Ayers Cherry Pectoral U well known In medlclnoIncoldtKATIK Sf2cAll lrlllllllllfor lnwerr i Code it Hard Coughs for willhastenI I r WEAKNESSIS USUALLY Peruna Catarrh Wherever Located I WOMEN WHO SUFFER Listen to What Dr Hartman Pro WithoutdCharge Doubtloss hundreds of thousands of women all over tho United States have seen Dr Ilartmans offer In tho papers how ho has undertaken to treat every I woman suffering with any form of l 1of femalo disease whd will wrIto to him fi co of charge To thoso who have not heard of this it may bo said that Dr Hartman Is a phy sIcian and surgeon of great renown in medical circles especially In the treatment C of thoso diseases which women alono have to hear Ho has arranged to answer all letters that are sent to him from women troubled with any form of female weakness free of charge giving tine bonefit of knowledge which has cost him forty years to accumulate Tho medicines ho prescribes are with In the reach of any woman and sho can Set them at any drug stole All she is required to do is to send her name and address together with liar 1 symptoms duration of sickness and age Address Dr S 11 Hartman President I w During Hudson river navigation the AIll1n until was transmitted by sloops but in the winter a messenger ns above mentioned was required and it is prob able that he traveled on foot Time win ter average of the eastern and southern mails is given in the suave paper and sumo date as follows On Tuesday the Tenth Instant at 9 oclock in the Forenoon the Boston and Philadelphia Posts set out from New York to perform their stages once n Fortnlte during the Winter months and are to set out at 0 oclock Tuesday morning Gentlemen and merchants are desired to bring their letters in time K nrfhls Gazette will also come forth on Tuesday Mornings during that time An Unbroken Spell When we have a spell o weather and wet weather at that we have only retail the climatic conditions of Dartmoor in England in order to be thankful for a little The moor lugs says a writer in Corn hill an eternal procession of clouds Infinitely varied in form lighted with a white radiance or lowering In gloom rent tattered or filmy gathering men acing creeping round to swath you in mist of rain or dropping one of those silvery showers lighted with sunshine from behind Of heavier rain there Is no lock and one can say of the perennially beau tiful moor Is summed up In the verse by Its enemies south wind always brings us rain he north wind blows It back again Tho west wind surely means wet weather Tho east wind wet and cold together SMITH CLARK Miss Margaret Clarke daughter of and Mrs W W Clarke of Anth ony street and Mr Raphael Smitn of Mr Peter Smith of South Fredbrica street unceremoniously took leave of their friends in this city at midnight Tuesday and went to Clarksville Tenn where they were married this mornlngOw ensboro Inquirer Miss Clarke is a niece ot Capr J Rowland of this city Mr Smith had a position here last vear with the American Tobacco company Both are ell known here Women find quick reliefin DrThachers Liver and Blood Syrup NO INVESTIGATION Washington Maroh2No in vest I of the tobacco trust will be or red by this session of congress as has been decided that no notion will be taken on the resolution offered that pnrpos by Representative Kehpe of Kentncsy The postpone meat of notion is on account of The I 1y FrUffIunu Iun J Miss Muriel Armitage t Tho Hartman Sanitarium Columbus OhioMrs Senator Roach of Larlmoro N Dak Mrs Senator Warren of Cheyenne Wyo Itolva Lockwood and Mrs General Longstrect of Washington D aro among tho prominent ladles who indorse Peruna Miss Helen Rolof Kaukauna Wis write Several times during tho past two years or moro my system has been greatly in need of n tonic and at those times Poruna has been of great help in building up tho system restoring my appetite and securing restful sleep Helen Rolof Miss Muriel Armitago 30 Greenwood AVO Detroit Mich District Organ izer of tho Royal Template of Tomper I ance writes n follow I II I suffered for five years with uterine I many investigations already ordered by congress IS IN THE RACE Judge Frank E Daueheity County Judge of Nelson county announcedi last night that he will be a candidate tor the Democratic nomination for Con gress from the Fourth congression alI district to succeed David H Smith the present Congressman who has already announced that be will not be a candidate for the nomination ueading Democrats from Hart Lameif Breckenridge and Meade counties were in Louisville yesterday and held a informal meeting late yesterday after noon in the Louisville Hotel to dis cuss the congressional race in the Fourth district They said that Judge Dauguerty id the proper man tor the place and agreed in indorsing hun for the nomination Sundays Courier Journal POSSIBLE CANDIDATE Hardinsburg Ky March 7Spec- ialHubert Brunerof Union Star is H possible candidate for depot sherifl on the Democratic ticket Mr Brnner is a good man would make a good officer and would add strength to that ticKet NO POLICE COURT The case of Price Ray charged with conducting a public auction without a license has been continued in police court on account ot the con ti nUEd illness of Judge WIlls There wai no police court last week or this weeK Life Guards The Life Guards are two regiments of cavalry foriuine part of the British household troops They are gallant soldiers and every loyal British heart is proud of them Not only the Kings household bnt yours ours every bodys should have its life guards The need of them is especially great when the greatest foes of life diseases e find allies in the very elements as colds influenza catarrh the grip and pneumonia do in the storm month of March The best way tha we know of to guard against these diseases is to strengthen the system with Hoods Sarsaparilla the greatest ofall life guards It removes the conditions in which these diseases matte their most successful attack gives vigor and tone to all the vital organs and functions and imparts a genial warmth to the blood Remem ber the weaker the system the greater theexposnre to disease Hoods Sarsaparilla makes the system strong PELVIC r CATARRH iLi L Cures irregularities which brought on hys i tcrla and mado mo a physical wreck Iii tried doctors from tho different schools of medicine but without any perceptible change in my condition In my despair I I called on an old nurse who advised 11 J J 1rosultsJ I considered myself entirely cured 1 am L a grateful happy woman todayMissI Muriel Armitago fCleelandif I wish to add my indorsement to thousands of other women who been cured through tho use of havoII 1 suffered for fivo years with soverofbackache and when weary or worriedrin tho least 1 had prolonged headache l I am now in perfect health enjoy life and have neither an acho orpain thanks to Poruna Lucy M Riley If you do not derive prompt and saUsIfactory results from tho uso of write at onto to Dr Hartman full statement of your caso and Perunaffvice be pleased gratis to give you his Acldrrss Dr Hartman jThe Ilartman Sanitarium Columbu Y f4tA MILDER CLIMATE In Arkansas Louisiana Texas imonthstt Stock ranges ten to twelve Itiua location while the land is cheap t- On February 7th and 21st and Match 7th and 21st Cotton Belt Route will sell round trip homeseekers tickets from St Louis Thebes Cairo and Memphis tp points in abovi Wanted states at rate of au or one fare plus g2- n where it makes less than 15 One way colonist tickets February 21st and March 21st at half Itare plus 2 Write for map time table and ask about rates to any point LOSCHAEFERTPAC- otton Belt Route Cincinnati 0 PISOS CURE FOR JCURESWHEflEAIIEISE FAILS neat Couch Synip Tastes Grad YUse la time Sdd by dtuegists CONSUMPTION t r I AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 3 3e3 Jewelry 3 Musical Instruments 3 3 Watches r No mistake In buying jewelry from rUIJresentIt= Wn do not handle cheap stuff Wo e ly handle good Roods such as wo onIIW guarantee We sell good goods X In musical Instruments and 1 I u our sumo guarantee goes We build at our business on our reputation for I Y honesty and fair dealing When youti6 4 want a piece of Jewelry a watch or ae 4 musical instrument think of us yourii theYover with us boforu you send taway toldealers who have no Interest 5 in you further than to sell you some somothhtgthat j j Ti G e LEWIS SONJYOUR JEWELERS 1VV Y HARDINSBURQ KENTUCKY YYYYYyyyyyyyyyyyyy N