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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSii t r ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINTc IIVL XXIX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 15 1905 8 Pages NO 35 I r t If Ii j l i In Y i t i R t- la IMPORTANT A S OF E MEETINGS Tobacco Growers At Hardinsburg Favor Reduction Of Acreage Great Rally At Hawesviile Call Made Fort Joint Convention Here Next Saturday Several hundred tobacco growers t met in the courthouse at Hurdinsburg I Saturday for the purpose of completing 1 the organization of the BrecKenridge 1 county union ot the American Society I of Equity in pursuance to a call 1 made by Deputy President E B Oglesby of this city When this ob J ject of tne meeting was accomplished several questions of general and lo cal Interest were considered Nothing definite was done howbver except the J adoption of a resolution to curtail the J acreage of the 1005 crop of tobacco I twentyfive per cent Several propos ed plans for holding the present crop by the warehouse plan were not I r favorably received oy the convention The courthouse was literally tall CIO persons leaving the building according to th statement of one man who J counted them J Twenty local unions of the A S of E with a membership of about four hundred werejrenresented as follows 1 Hardmsbnrg No ISlls and Jas MillerHardlnsburg No2KIt DeJernette I and Matt Shrewsbury I Hardinsburg No aEll Meador and Soils Hobbs I Hardinsbnrg No 4Ualeb Bell and C E RobbIns Hardinsbnrg No liIilt Basham and D S Miller Kirk No 1Chas Miller and TnDs Sherran McQnady No IWID Lyons and Chas Lyons Horned No lW O Butler j Cloverport No 1V G Pumphrey b Cloverport No 2Geo Harrisb v Wanneranddloverport No 4 Fladge Carter Axtel No IH 1 Matthews j Tarfork ITo 2J A Osborne Bewleyville No IDr P W Footb Mattingly No IA B Orum and W B Taul- Mattingly No 2W N Pate andI l Wm Welse- Mattiugly No 8Ueo Pate and G N Taul Tarfork No 10 W Rice West View Henry Skillman and W A Skillman I President Granville Wilson Secre tary Joel HPile and Treasurer Muller jj1 who were elected in January were 4 retained as the officers ot the county unionThe program which had been ar ranged lor the meeting with one ex ception was not taken up a resolu f tion being passed to devote the time to deciding on the best plan to hold WHERE IS JNO JOHNSON t Negro Who Was Fired at Friday By marshal Still Hissing r John Johnson the worktrain negro who was shot at byMarshal DeHaven last Friday night whiles he was mak t ing his escape just after being arrest ed is still at large and nobody seems Sto know where he is J Marshal DeHaven arrested Johnson i for toting a gun and had reached the jail with his prisoner when he r made his escape While Marshal De Bliven wall unlocking the door John son hit him in the face and then f oroke and ran up Railroad street i The unexpected blow stunned Marshal DeHaven and caused him to drop his revolver but he quickly picked it ap and gave chase firing several times at Johnson but without effect It wasvery dark and the negro was soon xout of sight being seen last as be was 1 going towards Clover creek 1 Irvin OBrien who was crossing the Clover creek bridge said be heard some one struggling in the yater up the stream and crying out as though in distress put on investigation later he found nothing but some fresh tracks on the bank This has led a tow to believe that Johnson ran Into the creek and was drowned It is yery probable thnt he caught a night freight train and left town Dr A A Simons was in Louisville Monday the present crop of tobacco for better prices This question itself was later turned into the question of curtailing the acreage Dr P W Foote road nn interesting pa per on What should the farmer substitute for tobacco this being the only part of the program submitted by the county oftl cord that was taken up Among the decisions on questions of national interest the delegates voted J favorably for the adoption of a pure food law the abolition ot gambling in farm products and the building of good roads if by the government and unfavorably on an increase in the Presidents calory- Afternoon Session At the afternoon session W S Ball read a letter from the manager of the Equity warehouse at Owensboro say j ing that he would be glad to onto t some arrangements with the farmers of Breckenridge county to hold their tobacco for them- J W Miller was opposed to the ar rangemeuts He said he would just as soon put his tobacco into the hands J of the American Tobacco company asIthe Louisville Warehouse Co which is financing the Equity warehouse at Owensboro and that he would rather sell to a home buyer Kit DeJernette said a warehouse man had told him that he had GOOI hogsheads of farmers tobacco and that his advice was for farmers to hold their tobacco at home W S Ball moved that a committee be appointed to decide on the best pl in for the farmers of the county to hold their tobacco and on the simplest and most practical way to get money advanced on tobacco This motion did not carry Mr Oglesby thought the best way for the farmers to hold their tobacco is at home favorthe only remedy is to reduce the size of the cropIHardin Walkers idea is to get all the farmers organized the first thing There me n third or fourth of the farmers out of the organization who con trol it to a great extent by taking ad vantage of the organization When the farmer has complete control of his own business he can get at the trust better Mr Wilson was of the opinion that each local union should tune care of the members ot the union who are not able to take care of theuistlves in the matter of holding their tobacco Albert Orurn was not in favor of the local union taking charge of the JAS WALKER DEAD Tames Walker Big Jim Walker as he was Known to many died Sun day evening at FraLkfort after a months illness He was the janitor of the Adjutant Generals office to which position h was appointed by Gen Gross under GovBrown in 1800 Though he was a negro Walker was Democratic in politics and because of this enjoyed the benofits of his appointment during Democratic ad ministrations Probably no negro in Breckenridge county =ofwhich he was a nativeever had more friends among the white people than James Waltcer A wife and five children all grown survive The funeral will be neld to day the interment being in this city which he always claimed as his home A Destructive Fire To draw the fire out of a burn or heal a cut without leaving n scar use DeWitts Witch HazellSalveA specifip for piles Get the genuine J L Tuck er editor of trio Harmonizer Center Ala writes I have used DeWitts Witch Fazel Salve in my family for Piles cuts and burns It IS the best salve on the market Every family should keep it on hand II Sold by all Druggists GETTING READY EARLY The Tobmsport baseball nine is now getting in readiness to sustain the reputation made lust year as one of the best teams in this section They have rented a new baseball ground and will soon put It in shape celling because he didnt think the clan would work W S Ball offered a resolution call ing for n reduction ot twentyfive per cent In the acreage Tile resolution received tile unanimous vote of the farmers present but only n twothirds vote or the delegates from the various local unions During the consideration of this a man present was heatd to remark that Lexington neld a convention several years ago and adopted a resolution to reduce the acreage the result being the biggest crop ever raised Before the meeting adjourned W S Ball was appointed a delegate to the convention to be held nt Green ville on March 17 and 18 when an effort will be made to have the acreage in the entire dark tobacco district rein ced Hancock Meeting Hawesville Kv March HThe greatest farmer demonstration or de monstration of any kind ever held here was the A S of E turnout here lodayFarmers to the number of 1200 many of them in large wagons rigged as floats and others in e vnriety of vu hinles and on horseback entered town at 10 oclock headed by the Hawes ville brats band which had gone out in a baud wagon to meet them and marched through the principal streets The business transacted consisted in the appointment of five delegates to attend tho tobacco growers meeting to be held at Greenville on March 17 and 18 anti tbC passing of a resolution to stand firm for tIe Lynchburg prices Special Meeting Cloverporr Ky March llj 1101 Every local union of the A S of E in BrcKonridge and Hancock counties is urgently requested to send a dele gate to a meeting to be held in thud city at 1 oclock Saturday afternoon March 18 for tho p irpose rf forming some warehouse plan to assist tho to bacco growers of both counties to uold their tobacco for better prices Tnis is the only question that will be discussed nt this meeting This call tor a special meeting is Mtide utter due consideration and consultation with others because it is deemed necefsiirj that the all important ques tion of how best can we hold the pres ent crop be settled as LOon as possible E B Oglesby Dept Pres D II Bubbiige came down from Louisville Wednesday KIRMESS ENJOYED- The klrmecs given at Oelzes Hall Monday evening for the benefit of the public school library by about seven tyfive children and young ladle under the direction of Mrs Weller of New York was thoroughly enjoyed by an audience of SAveral hundred every sea in the hall being occupied To do justice in a writeup to the entertainment it would be necessary to tell of the merits of many acts and for this we have not the space TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE HOMO QUININE Tub lets All druggists refund tho money It 1 fdhsto It cure E W Groves signature Is on box r- TRAIN LEAVES TRACK Hardinsburg Ky March 14lpec- ull Saturday evenings train left the track near Rookvale About fivet hundred yards of track werj torn up fortunately no one was hurt The train was delayed ahont ten hours The accident was caused by spreaaing rolls A Safe Cough Medicine For Children In buying a ough medicine for children never be afraid to buy Cham berlains Cough Remedy There is noI danger from it and relief is always sure to follow It Is egpcoinlly vain able for colds croup and whooping cough For sale by Short Haynes CARD OF THANKS- We wish to extend to our friends and neighbors our sincere thanks for their many acts of kindness and sympathy during the illness and deathI of our baby Mr and Mrs L D Fox TWO CHURCHES GET 62 NEW ADDITIONS FortyFour More Mctliodisis And Eighteen Baptists One Result of Rev Newsoms Great Sermons Forty tour persons have united with the Methodist church and eigh teen are candidates for baptism at the Baptist church as one result oCtne greatest religions revival Cloverport has known in years The revival came to a close last Friday evening RtjtT T Nowsom of Mnrfreeaboro Tenn who did the preaching leaving Saturday morning for Hawesviile to engage in similar work The majority of the persons wno hen given their unmet for mem bership in the Methodist church where the revival was held were re ceived into the church on Friday evening by Rev Newsom and the re maining number of the fortyfour on Sunday by Rev King lhos who have united with the Baptist church will bo baptised next Sunday The following rorHons have united with the Methodist church Mr and Mrs T S Nicholas Mr nun Mrs A 0 Sheldon Mr and Mrs John Bishop Mrs Allen Kingshnry Mrs Corn Kinder Mrs Mnry Parsons Misses Grace Agnew Daisy Lrist Mario Tine Eunice Jennings Annie Board l lizu Tucker Esther Jackson Carrie Tucker Lillie Harper Frances Sawyer Una May Brnns May Berry Lucy Adams Ola Board Vergie Daniel Rosa Agnew Verla Wendel Ken Suzette Sawyer Cornelia Allen I and Clara Newton i Dr R L New born J W Tatuui H H RaiTerty Harry Newsoni Frank Basham Tom Ferry Hat old Murray W E Adams Joe Orahaui Fred Adams Jakie Weathorholt Wui WhitflMIko Tucker Howe Tucker and Harvey Preston The following persons will be bap tised at the Baptist chnrch next Sun day Misses Elsie Gregory Myrna Tucker Audru Perkins Amy Pate Ida Wilson Mania Hawkins Docie Mutliru 1ly Lizzie Dean and Hazel Holder i Joseph Allen J L Patterson Raymond Pate Mack Miller Ad Farber Harry Weatherholt Felix inrboe Bernard Morrison and Gilbert EskndgeManv good results ot a general na tare of the revival were enumerated in 1 he last two issues of Ithe News but there are some that have become apparent only during the past ve k One of the west Important of these is tine inoreaee in membership and at tendance of the Metnndist and B ip It tint HundayschooU there being about u a half moie pupils picHtnt Sunday at the former church nod a third moro at the latter Two other results are increased ohnrch going anti a Mrouger fraternal feeling between tim mniiners of time dilh rent church H of tile town The organization ot HH Epworth Lea gun at the Methrdist chinch Sunday afternoon is another excellent result The League was oganized with thirty a memoern The olllcers who were elec ted Sunday afternoon will be installed next Sunday aft erneou the time of the first oillcial meeting of the Lea gue Rev Newsoms coming to Clover port meant a great thing tor the town and there was much regret at hastbeen given a rousing welcome and he will continue his good work there for about two weeks Startling Mortality Statistics show statllng mortality from appendicitis and peritonitis To prevent and cure these awful diseases there is just one reliable remedy Dr Kings New Life Pills M Flannery of 14 Custom House Place Chicago says They have no qnal for Con stipation find Biliousriess 25u a Short Haynes druggists SUCCESS ASSURED- All three ot the Equity warehongrs today had all the tobacco they could possibly handle At the Wood Tur pin factory new benches hall to beI made to receive it The success of theI warehouse movement is now assured Fridays Owensboro Inquirer FARMERS HOLDING Washington Mnrch 10 According t the crop report issued by the agricult ural department the percentage of wheat remaining iu the hands of the fanners 5 b 201 per cent or 111000000 bushels corn 387 per cent or bushels oats 388 per cent or 317000 000 bushels Good Health to the Children Children especially are fond of dainties and the housekeeper must look carefully to their food As good cake can be made only with goodeggs so also a cake that is health ful as well as dainty must be raised with a pure and perfect baking powder Royal Baking Powder is indispensable in the preparation of the highest quality of food It imparts that peculiar light ness sweetness and flavor noticed in the finest cake biscuit doughnuts crusts etc andwhat is more important renders the foodwholesome and agreeable to young and old ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK IS ABSOLVED 01 BLAME The aiuve iis a IIIIut i i Ti ti1 son son of J B JHCKHDH of Tarfoik mss Hxpluind in thu Newa Inst eek why he was blameless fur lily brother MIUMOU Jutknot of TArfork oculracting 111 lllltIOy the TonIc Route The pills that acts as a tools and not as n drastic pnrgear DeWitts Little Early Risers Thor euro Hendache Coustipiitlou BillonmIII s Hiu Early Risers are small owy to take nod safe pill flack Hamilton hotel clerk nt Valley City N D siiys Two bottles cured me of chronic constipa tion Sold by All DruguistH WAITING ON WELL Contractor JM Lewis has not begun work yet on tine ice factory to be op erated by the Cloverport Water Light Ice company Wont was to have begun about the fintf of the month but it has been nece try to delay the crew bon of the building until the comple tion of a well for water for the man ufacture of ice which the company is planning to hnve put down this weeK RETURN FROM SOUTH- Mr and Mn Wickliffe DeHaven re turned Wednesday afternoon from their bridal trip in the southern states and nre at home to their friends at DirstMary DeHavenNOTICE Notice is hereby given that there ha been established and is now existing in the oily of Clover port BrecKenridge county and state of Kentucky corpo- I ation the name of which is the Clov erport Water Light Ice Company and that process may bo had on said corporation in any suit that may bnI brought within the state of Kentucky MarionoWeatberholt its president or in the event of his necessary absence fromI Breckenridge county then upon A L Fort vice president 0Done at Cloverport Ky this l8t I day of Feb 1005 R L Oelze Seoty Cloverport Water Licht Ice Co D C IIERNDON INJURED Is Dragged By Street Car And His Leg Is Badly Fractured Irvington Ky March 14Spec- ial Friends of D C Herndou JVtnitrly of Meade county but now of Ihicnuo will regret to learn of the ac cident which bufell him while in the net of boarding an oloutrio cur in that my Ho with a number of Kentucky mends had lust completed a birthday rlMrntiju at the home of Mr and Mrs Ivan Pnsoy timid he was in the Hi of bonding a downtown oar to return to his hotel when his mitten I tiuibfunmu directed in an opposite way trout an approaching oar which caught him and dragged him the lrugth of the car causing a com 1llrcll fracture of tho leg and several guises lint not considered serious He wus tiiRen to St Lukes Hospital whore he will have every attention UNueesar3 AUGUSTUS GIBSON The accompa nying picture is It very good like ness of Augustus Gibson uroprie tor of the GibsonI House anti head of the wellknown timoer and hum ber firm of Gus Gibson Sons who tiled March 1 Let me say I have used Elys Cream Balm for catarrh and can thoroughly recommend it for whet it claims Very truly Rev H W Hathaway Elizabeth N J I tried Elys Cream Balm and to alt appearances am cured ot catarrh The terrible headaches from which I long suffered are goneW J Hitchcock late Major J S Vol and A A Gen Buffalo N Y The Balm does not irritate or cause sneezing Sold by druggists at COcts or mailed by Ely Brothers 50 Wairan St New York PUSHING ORGANIZATION W S Ball and Henry DeH Moor mean of Hardnisburg as announced last week will speak at Chenault on Saturday March 18 in interest of the American Society of Equity On the willsorganize a local union of the A S of E at Chennult The farmers in this organizedias in the western ceutrnl nnd southern portions The organization Is being steadily pushed by deputy presidents nod enthusiastic members of the A S of E in the hope that every part of tne county will soon be as thoroughly organized as Hancock county POSTPONED A WEEK JudgehEvans was postponed week 111Iaroh= March 20 on account of the illiIe his Vlfe Wv j i4 f J i I o i q e r J- I Translated From the French by I Mary Louisellendee i r GL I succeed In sniisiymg aim wno go aooui their duties with the air ofn martyr At bottom these disaffected minds have too mnoh inh placed self respect They di not know how to till their place sim ply lhut complicate their life and thut of others by unreasonable demands and morbid suspicions When one takes the trouble to study men at short range he Is surprised to find that pride has so many lurking places among those who are by com mon consent called the humble So powerful Is this vice that It arrives at forming round those who live In the most modest circumstances a wall which Isolates them from their neigh bors Thor they are Intrenched bar ricaded with their ambitions and their contempts as inaccessible as the pow erful of earth behind their aristocratic prejudices Obscure or Illustrious pride wraps Itself In Its dark royalty of enmity to the human race It Is the same in misery and In high places solitary and Impotent on guard against everybody embroiling everything And the last word about It Is always this If there Is so much hostility and ha tred between different classes of men It Is duo less to exterior conditions than to an Interior fatality Conflicting In terests and differences of situation dig ditches between us It Is true but prlue transforms the ditches Into gulfs and in reality It Is pride alone which cries from brink to brink There Is nothing In common between you and us Wo have tot finished with pride hut it is Impossible to picture It under all its forms I feel most resentful against it when It meddles with knowledge and appropriate that We owe our knowl edge to our fellows as we do our riches and power It Is a social force which ought to be of service to everybody and It can only be so when those who know remain sympathetically near to those who know not When knowl edge is turned Into a tool for ambition it destroys Itself And what shall we say of the pride of good MUM For it exists and makes even virtue hateful The Just who repent them of the evil others do remain in brotherhood and social rectitude But the Just who despise others for their faults nnd misdeeds cut them selves off fom humanity and their goodness descended to the rank of an ornament ior their vanity becomes like those riches whit kindness does not inform like authority unteuipered by the spirit of obedience Like proud The Breckenridge News II WEDNESDAY March 13 1905 WHERE NEW INDUSTRIES HAVE HAD THEIR BIRTHI I I In tlii LI1II1 the fist floor of which jis crupitd lyl the Bank of cloverpurt aiil which was erected alter tilt iig fieof March Ita 19Ol aev er il cotnpttnes for the industrial1 and u hl f the town have been or- g iiLcti since that nietnorabe date in the history of Cloverport These are the Bank of Cloverport the I T Polk IJluplnys canning factory the Clover ptrt Real Estate and Improvement company the Cloverport Machine Shop Foundry and the Claverport Water Light tit Ice company Incredible Brutality- It would have heel Incredible brutality If UliM F Leuiberaer ot Syr uuNe N Y had not done the best he could for his suffering son My boy he says out a feaifnl gashl t over his I Jleye so applied Buonlens Arnica Salve which quickly honied it and raved his eye Good for burns and ulcers too Only SSic at Short Baynes drug store SOME TRUST TRICKS Topeka Kale Marcia 8During the year ending June 30 1902 Atchison Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Company paid back to shippers the sum of 1 l10Sai2 1 This fact was developed in the ex l- nminatiun today of W J Healy freight auditor of the Santa Fe before time Attorney General who is taking deposi tions in the case he has instituted to ascertain whether or not time Santa Fe iviolating the antitrust law of Kansas Mr Healy said that this amount constitutes I the total of overcharges made I for the year and that he couldot give Vr i wealth and arrogant power super cilious virtue also Is detestable It fosters in man traits and an attitude provocative of I know not what The sight of it repels instead of attracting and those whom it deigns to distinguish with Its benefits feel as though they had been slapped in the face To resume rind conclude It Is an error to think that our advantages whatever they are should be put to the service of our vanity Each of them constitutes for him who enjoys it an obligation and not n reason for vainglory Material wealth power knowl edge gifts of tho heart and mind be come so much cause for discord when they serve to nourish pride They remain beneficent only so long as they aro the source of modesty in those who possess them Let us be humble if we have great possessions for that proves that we are great debtors All that a man has he owes to some one and are we sure of being able to pay our debts Let us be humble if we sit in high places and hold the fate of others in our bands for no clear sighted man can fail to be sensible of unfitness for so grave a role Let us be humble if we have much knowledge for It only serves to better show the vastness of the unknown and to compare the little we have discovered for ourselves with the ampli tude of that which we owe to the pains of others And above all let us be humble if we are virtuous since no one should be more sensible of his defects than he whose conscience is illumined and since he more than any one else should feel the need of charity toward evil doers even of suffering in their stead And what about the necessary dis tinctions in lifer some one may ask As a result of your simplifications are you not going to destroy that sense of the difference between men which must be maintained If society exists 1I11I no mind to suppress distinc dons and flTerences but I think that what distinguishes a man Is not found In his social rank his occupation his dress or his fortune but solely In him self More titan army other our own age has pricked the vain bubble of Ipurely outward greatness To be somebody at present It does not sulllce to wear the mantle of an emperor or a royal drown What honor is there In wield lug power through gold lace a coat of the names of the shippers to whom pay meats were made without referring the original vouchers He said that it woul 1 take three or four mouths to get the vouchers and the advice of R W Dunlap general at tomes for the Sinta Ie Mr IIe1113asI lemporaiily declined to consent to nn examination of his vouchers nail rec ords It is the theory of the State that these overcharges arts in reality rebates n mid that an examination of the vouchers will show that the greater portion ofrr the payments have been made to the Standard Oil Company Iud other t nopclies I I 1 nntntlOnI of Kodol Dyspeptin Cure will prevent un attack of Indigestion Kodol is a thorough digestant and a guaranteed cure f- lnuigeationDyspopaiaGas or on the Sto mach Sour Risings Bud Breath and all stomach troubles N itki Le bus Ky says loan testify the efficacy of Kodol in the cure of Stomach Trouble I was afflicted with Stomach trouble for fifteen years and have taken six bottles of your Kodol Dyspepsia Cure vhich entirely cured me The six bottles were worth 1000 to taeKodol Dyspepsia Cure will digest any quantity of all wholesome food you want to pat while your sto mach takes a rest recuperates and grows strong This wonderful prepar titian is justly intitled to all of f ninny remaikable cures Sold by Druggists A PROCLAMATION Frankfort Ky March 8The Gove- nor today issued the following proc lamation Commonwealth of Kentucky Execu tive Department Frankfort Marc- h90To SIthe People of Kentucky The Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition will be held at Portland Ore beginning June 1 1905 The people Kentucky will be interested in the sue ces of this exposition in view of the fact that Capt Lewis and Capt Clark were prominently indentiSed with the early days of Kentucky Upon the reoII quest of the management I hereby deII signate and appoint Tuesday August 1 1905 as Kentucky Day at said exposis and suggest that all Kentuckians who may be there attend on that dateI and participate in thecelebration Wit I ness my hand this 8th day of March I90 SignedrJ C W Beckham GovernorI CASII ORX4 t Bean the The Kind You Have Always BougtfE Signature td ct t the Simple Life- By Charles Wagner arms or a riDDonr Not tint vision signs lire to be despised they have their inclining mid use hut on condition that they cover something and not n vacuum The moment they cense to stand for realities they become useless and dangerous The only true distinc tion IB superior worth If you would have social rank duly respected you must begin by being worthy of the rank thnt Is your own otherwise you help to bring It Into hatred and con tempt It is unhappily too true that respect Is diminishing among us nUll it certainly Is not from a lack of lines drawn round those who wish to be rev spected The root of the evil Is In the mistaken Idea that high station oar empts him who holds It from observing the common obligations of life As we rise we believe that we free ourselves from the law forgetting that the spirit of obedience and humility should grow with our possessions and power So It comes about that those who demand the most homage make the least effort to merit the homage they demand This Is why respect Is diminishing The sole distinction necessary Is the wish to become better The man who strives to be better becomes more humble more approachable more friendly even with those who owe him allegiance but as he gales by being better known he loses nothing In dis tinction and he reaps the more respect In that he has sown the less pride CHAPTEU XIII TUB EDUCATION FOR SIMPLICITY IIE simple life being above all T else the product of a direction of mind It Is natural that education should have much to do with It In general but two methods of rearing children are practiced The first Is to bring them up for ourselves the second to bring them up for them selves In the first case the child Is looked parentshea place among their possessions Some especlally of the affections Again where ma terial Interests rule the child holds second third or even the last place In any case he Is n nobody While he Is young he gravitates round his par ents not only by obedience which Is right but by the subordination of all his originality nil his being As he grows older tils subordination be Say Now Honest Are You toAlways Honest IContrnl KiKorcl 1 onAre people generally honrst Are you yourself honest ir all things small well as greats Would you call the attention of the railroad conductor to the fact thnt he hind overlooked you in collecting fnres Do you tell the asses sor everything you own and set it down at what you really think it is worth Would you hunt very hard for the own of a 1000 bill if you were to find one WonlA you call the grocer up and- o tell him he had made a mistake in your favor in making out his bill Rather leading questions these brought to mind by reading of conversions of the Sundnyonly Christians in the big re vivals being held over the country The average headof corporation furnishing a public utility and dealing with large numbers of people is n bit cynicul neabout human nature and will tell you tothat the average wan or woman stands ever ready to beat the company in a small way Yet there can be no dou1 1 that most people intend to be and are honest in all the larger honestII tials But it must be admitted temptation to get the better of the railII road compiny the telephone company I Rllllall other corporations enjoying public franchises dealing in common public utilities is very strong withall LENT NOW ON tsA forty ll days fasting the world over AsAllh Wednesday or the first day of Lent READ THIS 1003rDr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir I have been a great sufferer from myhomeI Texas Wonder has cured me and I amI satisfied it saved my life and I can cheerfully recommend it to ladies suf fering with kidney und bladder troub les RespectfullyfMrs Eliza Frost A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle ot the Texas Won der Halls Great Discovery cures als kidney and bladder troubles gravel cures diabetes seminal emlsI rheasmatism and all irregularities of th Kidneys and bladder in both men I and women regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your drnggist it will be slat by mail on- eceipt of IFI One small bottle is two months treatment and seldom falls t to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall J manufacturer P 0 Box 020 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials t Sold by all druggists comes n vpntniio cannHuron ixtenu ing to his ideas his feelings everything Ills minority becomes perpet ual Instead of slowly evolving into Independence time than advances Into slavery II1 Is what he Is permitted to be what his fathers business re ligious beliefs political opinions or aesthetic tastes require him to be lIe will think speak act and marry ac cording to the understanding and lim its of the paternal absolutism This family tyranny may be exercised by people with no strength of character It is only necessary for them to be convinced that good order requires the child to be the property of the parents In default of mental force they pos sess themselves of him by other means by sighs supplications or base se ductions If they cannot fetter him they snare his feet in traps But that he should live in them through them for them Is the only thing admissible Education of this sort is not the practice of families only but also of great social organizations whose chief educational function consists in putting a strong hand on every newcomer in order to fit him In the most iron bound fashion into existing forms It is the attenuation pulverization and assimilation of the Individual In a so cial body be It theocratic communistic or simply bureaucratic and routl nary Looked at from without a like system seems the Ideal of simplicity In education Its processes In fact are absolutely simplistic and If n pan were not somebody if he were only a sample of the race this would I be the perfect education As all wild beasts all fish and Insects of the slime genus and species have the same markings so we should all be Identical having the snipe tastes the same language the same beliefs the sonic tend encies Rut man Is not simply a specimen of the race and for that rear son this sort of education Is far from being simple In Its results Men so vary from one another that numberless methods have to be Invented to suppress stupefy and extinguish In dividual thought And one never ar ruses at It then but In pnrtn fact which Is continually Icrunvlii everything At each moment by SOIIIP fissure BOIUO Interior force of initiate making u violent way to the light pro dticlng explosions upheavals nil sorts of grave disorders Und whore there are no outward maniiVxtrtions tli evil lies dorm ml lIJPIath ai irrnt order are 1c Itt 1I1rvi 1lIldie by THE FIRE SOME ROCKEFELLERISM Chicago Ill March SPeople of Whiting Indtire indignant because John D Rockefeller has bought the village cemetery east of the town as an annex to the Standard Oil refinery He needs the groucd occupied by the cead for his pipe lines from the East The cemetery will soon be honey combed with oil pipes What is to be come of the bodies has not been determined The cemetery is well far proved and there are tinny beautiful monuments These will have to be taken down and removed indigaantsnot plan to build its pipe lines around the cemetery Instead of despoiling the sayethe company could have let the dead rest in peay MORNING STAR LEASED The Louisville and Evansville pack et the Morning Star haa been leased CaptMaronthe Morning Star takes command of the Tell City The former commander of theTell City will be handsomely provided for by the company it is reported 1IIIa e Copyright 1901 By McClure Phillips Co an abnormal existence apathy death The system Is evil which produces such fruit und however simple It unity appear In reality It brings forth all possible complications Time other system Is the extreme op posite that of bringing up children for themselves The roles are reversed the parents are there for the child No sooner Is he born than he becomes the center White headed grandfather and stalwart father bow before these curls Ills lisping IIs their law A sign from him sulllccs If he cries In the night no fatigue Is of account the whole household must be roused The newcomer Is not long in discovering his omnipotence and before he taut walk he Is drunken with It As he grows older all this deepens and broadens Parents grandparents servants teach ers everybody Is at his command lie accepts the homage and even the Im molation of his neighbor he treats like a rebellious subject any one who does not step out of his path Where Is only himself lie Is the unique the perfect the Infallible Too late it Is perceived that all this Inns been evolving a mas ter and what n master Forgetful of sacrifices without respect even pity He no longer has any regard for those to whom he owes everything and he goes through life without law or check This education too has its social counterpart It flourishes wherever the past docs not count where history bp gins with the living where there Is no tradition no discipline no reverence where those who know the least make the most noise whore those who stand for public order are alarmed by every chance comer whose voter lies in his snaking a great outcry timid respecting nothing It Insures the reign of transi tory passion the triumph of the Infe nor will I compare these two educa timisone the exaltation of the earl ronment the other the tyranny of the new and 1 find them equally baneful Put the most disastrous of all Is the combination of the two which pro duces hunum beings half automatons half despots forever vacillating be tween the spirit of a sheep and the spirit of revolt or domination Children should be educated neither for themselves nor for their parents for man IIs no more designed to be a personage than a specimen They should be educated for life The aim of their education Is to aid them to be come active members of humanity brotherly farces free servants of the I I CROP REPORT report of the state agricultural commissioner the first for the present year was issued last week I from that department The report shows a wheat acreage of 00 per cent of a full crop and fits con dition is reported as 85 per cent The acreage of winter oats is given as 01 per cent of a full crop and the con dition as being 80 per cent of last year and the rendition as 86 The con dition of clover is given as 80 and of 9The e of the Burley tobacco crop reported sold is 55 and of dark tobacco 37 per cent A CURE FOR CHILLS ProtrudingPliesOINTMENT tails to cure any case no mutter of how longstanding InQ to H days First yourdruggistwill 10 forwarded post pail by Paris Medi cine Co 8t Louts lil- aQUARTERLY MEETING Presiding Elder J T Rushing holds quarterly meeting at the Methodist church this week He will preach this evening at 7 oclock tomorrow after noon at 230 oclock and tomorrow even ing at 7 oclock civil organisation iu loitow a inctnoa of education Inspired by any other principle Is to complicate life deform It sow the seeds of all disorders When we would sum up in a phrase the destiny of the child the word fu ture springs to our lips The child is the future This word says nilthe sufferings of the past the stress of today hope limit when the education of the child begins he Is incapable of es timating the reach of this word for To be Continued Ladies Only It Is Women 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until I tried Dr Miles AntiPain Pills and teelllrmptoms ward oft the attack When I am tired and nervous n pill soothes meMRSSARAH WATKINSON Blairstown Ia Price 25c a box Never sold In bulk Write to us for Free Trial FREE Package of Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills the New Scientific Remedy for Pain Also Symptom Blank Our Specialist will diagnose your case tell ItFreeLABORATORIES ELKHART IND Subscribe for time NEWS L WHERE BIG OF MARCH 13 1901 STARTED IFIRST GUARANTEED Need ARMESENDRESS charmingdaughter port Ky and Mr George Eudress of New AlbanyIud were secretly married in Louisville last Wednesday The ceremony was performed at the Cathedraland was witnessed by only two friends of the happy couple After the wedding Mr and Mrs Undress were entertained at dinner by Mr John Leyerle 525 East Walnut street The only rei son for keeping the wedding secret was to surprise their friends Louisville PostMiss Armes formerly lived In Clover port but more recently has made her 1 home in Louisville Her father is a fanner whose hone is near West View ROOSEVELTSVISITWashington SPresideutLouisville between Iand 11 a in April 4 This statement was made at the White House beIchange in the date i OASTO3SLXABean theThe Kind You Have Always Bought SIgnature of i I t 14 zrcx 111 4v J F c 4- r 4 1 i I I I t f I F i r i aa- t t n R I Yf t 1t 4 J i 1tJ r t I I I J t iI i iI l- I d tt- j j qi ii v The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY March 15 1005 SOMETHING DOING IN THE COUNTRY What Missouri Gals Like Joplin Mo Glrbe A young man bearing the EarmarKs of aa agncal turint walked into n Main street grocery last evening and called for a bottle of vanilla extract Beforo opening the door to step back Into the street he pulled the cork poured a few drops ot the flaoringt on his handkerchief and as he placed the bottle In his vest pocket remarked to the clerk If there is anything Mis fonri gals like better than ch win gum its perfumery A Note of Warning Montgomery Wis Times This is to notify any and all persons whatso ever that I am through with my wife for good and will pay no bills that she runs and will never want her to darken my door ngatn TAke notice all men that I will not be responsible as she has left me arid also I wish to warn all men against her because she would give any man a whole lot of trouble Olaf Crystal Revising the News Blanchard correspondent Forest Ohio Review I wish to rectify the mistake that appeared in these Items two weeks ago The week meant was the week before The two ladies spent u wEek with the parties mentioned and Mr MoorA andBrown spent one evening and Miss Jennie Clemens is a caller every day at their home to buy milK Sorry for Frank Friars Point Miss Coachman We did feel sorry for Frank Reid during this cold snap He only had two undershirts we are told he had sold his overcoat Jeff the porter was wearing one of his undershirts and Jerry the pointer dog had on the ether and as both Jeff and Jerry were out Frank had to stay in his room by the tire The Court Bowed Down Atchison Globe Myra MoHenry the WitchiU joint smasher hissed the judge in court and then boasted of it fin would have boiled a man in oil for the offense but all ho did to the wo man was to mildly request her to show more respect A real vicious woman has the world bluffed Birthday Party in Kansas Card in Atchison Globe We wish to thank the friends who were so kind to us recently upon the birth of our baby The doctor particularly was kind and we feel under lasting obligations to the two neighbor wo men who stayed up with us all night Lon Cosdell and wife A Brand From the Burning Friars Point Miss Coaonman Early Wednesday morning a tire broke out on the east side at Coahoma and wiped out everything except the Chin aman whom the insurance companies had refused t Fell From the Wagon Dexter Iowa Sentinel Harry Giles had a wagon to run over his leg a little over a week ago It did not hurt him at first but he TOOK 1cold on the bruise and has been laid I an ever since Because tho liver is neglected people suffer with constipation biliousness headaches and fevers Colds attack tho lungs and contagious diseases tako hold of the system It is safe nlwnyskeutillness would be almost unknown Thedfords BlackDraught is so successful in curing such sickness because it is without a rival as a liver regulator This great family modicino is not a strong and drastic drug but a mild and healthful laxative that cures constipation and may be taken by a possibleharmharmTho healthful action on the liver euros biliousness It bad an in kidneysDOOauae poisonousacids tho bowela get back into the blood aDd virulent contagion rosulta Timely treatment with Thod fo BlackDraught removes the constipationliver poeitivoly forestall the inroads of lkigots disease for which dis ease in advanced stages there is noouroAsk your dealer for a 25c package of Thedfords Black Draught I INew Species of Gentleman Iowa City Iowa Daily News LOflt Black leather gentlemans pocke bookcontainine som of money probably on Clinton street A Hello Blunder Hancock Md Star A man tele phoned to Spanglers on Thursday for some Burgundy and they sent him a buggy RECOGNIZES BURGLAR TrIsler Ky March UE C Miles who conducts a store two miles distant on the Hartford road detected a burglar in the Rut of entering his place of business For some time he had been visited by an unknown thief who the weeK previous had entered the store through a window and seoared a quantity of goods Mr Miles Saturday announced to his family that he would attend lodge meeting but Bestead stationed him self inside the store near the door expecting the burglar to enter as 01 the previous occasions if he came But the intruder was armed with a key and as he opened the door dis covered the owner on guard Mr Miles was not armed but an the burg lar ran gave pursuit until the later escaped in a large Held The storA keeler recognized the party but refused to divulge his name The Colonels Waterloo Colonel John M Fuller of Honey Grove Texas nearly met his Waterloo from Liver and Kidney trouble In ia 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 50o bottle ot your great Electrlo Bitters which cured me I consider them the best medicine on earth and thank trod 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 CHANGE OPPOSED The proposal to establish a rural mail route out of this city to Tobnsport rill meet with some opposition Apetitioi is being circulated against the establish ing of a route and the postoffice de partment will be asked not to grant it Opposition is offered on the ground that mail will reach farmers in the vicinity of Tobinsport twentyfour hours later than by the present system Most of the mail for Tobiusport is now sent over the Henderson Route to Cloverport where it is ferried over Tell City Journal Mr J bL Allen 109 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 dis appeared much to her satisfaction 1- ud it also on my sore foot tender trom much walking and it gave me great relief Paracamph makes the skin soft smooth and healthy CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of Tlie nolllnf Point Why Is it that in boiling in an open vessel such liquids as elder etc wa ter only escapes In steam while tLu strength remains while In boiling It In a retort as In a still the strength passes away In the steam and In die tilling salt or Impure water only the pure water passes off In the steam This Is because of a difference In the boiling points In the fluids and that under the Increased pressure of a retort the boiling point Is higher than that of water In the open air at the ordinary pressure of the atmosphere If cider had a higher boiling point than water when the water bolls at 100 de grees It takes some little elder with It mechanically On the contrary If alcohol were present before the boiling point of water were reached most af the spirits would have passed away If the Increased pressure of the retort allows It on the boiling point of tho fluids therein being reached suppose the heat to be great enough they will Lie changed to vapor and pass away whatever they be Doyle UKcIllyH Swordsmanship Boyle OReilly was a skilled swords man lie told me that when he first came a fugitive to this country he thought he would maintain himself by giving lessons In broadsword single stick and foils and It used to give him great pleasure to put a foil in my hands and say to mefor I profess to know nothing of It Ned on guard Now run me through Thrust me anywhere you can Kill me If you can And then with a smile upon his face he would ward off my lunges until suiting his purpose he would send my sword flying across the room Often on our excursions he would say to meliNed take that stick and cut me down He wanted no play about It He wanted an earnest fight and complying with his wishes I would often rush at him with a stout stick In my hand only to have him laughingly repel my attack and these affairs generally wound up by his giving me a whack over the shoulders that nearly broke me in two Donahoes Magazine fiTHE KEY TO YOUR SYSTEM is YOUR LIVER ii The principal civilized nations of the world guard Jealously and expend mill Ions annually to protect those strntoglo positions or strongholds rucognlziMl oj the key to their national Integrity Your liver Is the stronghold that you must fortify and guard against tho attacks yourSystemeuro of your liver and your liver will tako caro of OUShnrpcdgcd uric nt0 crystals are forming In your blood llrlRhtc dtsptisc rheumatism din bates inflammation of tho blid dordropsvRtniio urEeao111 the bladder mil many other similar enemies of vour system nre manliin against you They therIfVon conquer disease ttnti1 win robust health Tf you neglect your liver they will capture breakingdownblood Diseases of tho heart and lung THACHER MEDICINE CO TENN All Druggists SOc 100 per bottle w 1 I 5 ADDRESS J The following is the address made by Theodore Roosevelt on taking the oath of office for his second and last term Mr Fellow Citizens No people on earth have more cause to bo thankful than ours and this IB said reverently in no spirit of boastfulness in our own strength but with gratitude to our Giver of Good who has blessed us with the conditions wbicn have enabl ed us to achieve so large a measure of wellbeing and of happiness To us as- a people it has been granted to lay the foundations ot bur national life ia anew continent We are the heirs of the ages and yet we have had to pay few of the penalties which in old countries are enacted by the dead nand of a bygone civilization We have not been ooligtd tp tight for our exist ence against any alien race and yet our Ute has called for the vigor and effort the manlier and hardier virtues wither away Under such conditions it would be our own fault if we failed and the success which we have had in the past the success which we confidently believe the future will bring should cause us no feeling of vain glory but rather a deep and abidiug realization of all which life has offered ns a full ac ICnnwledgemnt of the responsibility which is ours and a fixed determination to show that under a free govern ment H mighty people can thrive best alike as regards the things ot the body and the things of the soul Much has been given to up and mucn will righ1 fully b expected frbm us We have duties to others ann duties to ourselves and we can shirk neither We have become a great na tion forced ihy the tact of its greatness into relations with the other na tions of the earth and we must be have as beseems a people with such Toward all other na tions large and small our attiude must oe one ot cordial and sincere friendship Wa must show not only in our words but in our debds that we are earnestly deslrious of securing their good will hy acting toward them in a spirt of just anti generctn recognition of all their rights But justice and generosity in a nation as in an individual count most when shown not by the weak but retrain from wronging others we must be no less insistent that we are not wronged ourselves We wish pence but we wnh the peace of justice the peace of righteousness We wish it because we think it in right and not because we ire afraid No weak na thou that acts manfully and justly should ever have cause to fear us and no strong power should ever be able to single us out as a subject for insolent aggression Our relations with the other pow ers ot the world are Important but still more important are our relations among urselves Such growth in wealth in population and in power as this nation has seen during the cen tury and n quarter of its national life is inevitably accompanied by a like growth in the problems which are ever before every nation that rises to greatness Power invariably means both responsibility and danger Our forefathers faced certain perils which we have outgrown We now face their perils the very existence of which it was impossible that they should tore see Modern life is both complex and intense and the tremendous changes wrought by the extraordinary indus trial development of the last half cen tury are felt in every fiber of our so oial and political being Never nefore have men tried so vast and formidable an experiment as that of administering the affairs of a continent under the forms of a democratic republic The conditions which have told for our marvelous material wellbeing which have de fkln disease constipation rheumatism followThoallthesoLIVERAND Itdrivesliveritii sod fortifies It against future attacks It makes Lou well by mak your liver well SYRUP Is an hon est medieim an act urately compounded prepn ration of pure mrilielnal Iierts INO nerve tend thousandbottlesbottlesDr Thnchors health Book will toil toboBLOODSYRUP BOTH FREE CHATTANOOGA and PRESIDENT ROOSEVELTS INAUGURATION withontjiwhich responsibilities THACHERSLIVER veloped to a very high degree onr I energy selfreliance and individual initiative have also brought the care anti anxiety Inseparable from the so cumulatian of great wealth in indus tml centers Upon the success of our experiment much depends not ouly as regards our own welfare but as regards the welfare of mannind If we fail the cause of free selfgovernment throughout the world will rock to its foundations and therefore our responsibility is heavy to ourselves to tne world as it is today and to the generations yet unborn There is no good reason why we should fear the future but there is every reason why we should face it seriously neither hiding from oursel ves the gravity ot the problems before us nor fear to appioach these prob lems with the unbending unflinching purpose to solve them aright Yet after all though tho prob lems are new though the tasks set be fore our fathers who founded and pre served this republic the spirit in which these tasks must be undertaken and these problems facrdif our duty is to be done remains essentially unchanged We know that selfgovern ment is difficult Ve know that no people need sunh hign traits of character as that people which seeks to govern its affairs aright through the freely expressed will of the free men who compose it But we have faith that we shall not prove tale to the memories of them n ot the mighty past They did their work they left us the splendid heritage we now enjoy We in our turn have assured confidence that we shall be able to leave this heritage unwast ed and enlarged to our children and our childrens hildren To do so wn must show not merely in great crises but in the everyday affairs of life the qualities of practical intelligence of courage of hardihood and endur ance and abovo all the power of de votlon tu a lofty idea which made great the men who founded this re public in the days of Washington which made great the men who pre served this republic in the days of Abraham Lincoln Strikes Hidden Rocks When your ship ot health strikes the hidden rocks of Consumption Pneumonia etc yon are lost if your dont jet help from Dr Kings New Discovery for Consu option J W McKinnon of Talladega Springs Ala writes Ihad been very ill wi h Pneumonia under the care ot two doctors but was getting no better when I begun ro take Dr Kings New Discovery The first dose ijnve relif one bottle cured lue Sure cure for sore throat bnoncnitis coughs and colds Guarnnteed itShort Haynes crag store price tae and JlOO Trial bottle free PRAISE FOR BRYAN Washington March SF M Trace wella brother of Controller of the Treasury Robert J Traccwell said today William Jennings Bryan will be the next Democratic candidate for president of the United States He is as popular ns ever in the West and in the East he call poll more votes than Parker got last tall He is the biggest man in the Democratic party and there is none bigger in the country Mr Tracewelt is a lawyer at Colum bus Kansas lIe was raised at Cory don Ind oA13 1cEiX ABean theTka Kind You Have Always BoufiW htorTHE CABINET President Roosevelt has named his cabinet for his second term as follows John Hay District of Columbia Secretary of State Leslie M Shaw Iowa Secretary of Treasury Wm II Taft Ohio Secretary of War Wm H Moody Massachusetts Attorney General George B Cortelyou New York Post master General Paul Morton Illinois Secretary of the Navy Etheii A Hitchcock Missouri Secretary of time Interior James Wilson Iowa Secretary of Agri culture Victor H Metcalf California Secretary of Commerce and Labor ONNONOOONONOOONON 0 ON 000OOONO N ON I Bankof Hardinsburg iiOFFICERSJ B F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier 0DIRECTORS Denrdiij Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F i Dr A 11 Kincheloej D S Insured against loss by Richardsoniit Interest paid on time 4 0 0 0 00 00 0 0 n The Breckinridge Bank Cloverport Ky Cap tal Stock 45100 Surplus 7000 Incorporated Organ zed n1872- v II BOWMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier DR F L LIGHTFOOT VPres CIIAS B SKILLMAN Asst Cashier Accounts of Firms Individuals and Corporations solicited Any business entrusted to us will receive prompt and careful attention Storage place for packages in our fireproof vault furnished our customers free NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS Interest paid on time deposits eQau- I M M First State Bank IRVINGTON KY J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VicePresident Iw H H KEMPER Cashier iiAccount of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited Interest Paid on Time Deposits Nee M m 2o oL THE Fifth Avenue i I HOTELI I Louisville Kyi 1PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr u r + The most and only hotel city 1200 rate from nnd from pass door neat N N ONON000 + DAN BROOKSCO LIVE STOCK COMMISSION HERCHANTS- o o i CENTRAL STOCK YARDS LOUISVILLE YNO N N0 000NN NN1N FRISCO SYSTEfl Chicago Eastern Illinois 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THOUGHTS 1 see in this world two heapsone of human happiness find one of misery now if 1 can take but tile smallest bit from the second heap andadd it to the first I carry a point Ifas I go home u child has dropped halfpenny told by giving it another I can wipe away its tears I feel that I have done something John Newton TUB ground hog will let up on the weather tomorrow Never give a hair pin to your wife that you picked up on the sidewalk There is sound hope for any man who earnestly works und work and keops on working GKO JOLTS is a great admirer of Roosevelt He says ho is the greatest man in America BUOTIIKU XEWSOM has closed his meeting and gone from among us but his words are still buzzing in the ears of ninny of us TIIKRK is a very important meeting for the farmers called in thi town for next Saturday Every farmer who has a crop of tobacc should be picsent THEY have no use for Commissioner Garfield in Kansas since his report on the beef trust People in Kentucky are not very well pleased with that report either Tin more President Roosevelt demonstrates that he is a patriot before he is a partisan the firmer becomes his hold on the hearts of his countrymen and the fainter becomes the lingering trace of section alism Atlanta Constitution SIIER IAN BALL is developing into a great speaker His speed before the body of farmers at Hardinsburg last Saturday came in the way of a surprise to many It showed that he bad given the cause of the farmer much thought and study It was along right lines good wholesome advice and irisi to be hoped the farmers will heed it OLK guessing contest closes next Wednesday March 22 Only iIl little time left now in which to make your guess so get in line Senc us your dollar and your guess It will be your last chance Nc more guessing contests says the government Just sit down and fig ure a little and think a little and theres no telling what you may strike Wo would like to see that 10000 come to some of the News subscribers Its there for them if they will only go after it Act now dont put it oil i Tnt accident to our young friend D C Herndon in Chicago the other day reminds us that it is never safe to step from a moving train There is always danger in it And where the danger comes in is in stepping tool looking in the opposite direction frcm the way the train is moving Never step face backward but face forward if you have to step Our eyes were put in the front of our head to look forward It is contrary to nature to look backward There is safety and pro gress in facing forward and dangjr and death in facing backward It is always safe to look before you leap Mn BUASIIKAI buyer for the American Tobacco Co in this town gave a farmer and a member of the A S of Esome goodad vice the other day IHe said to the man that if he was a member of the organization and had pledged his crop that he ought to stand by his agreement We dont care said Mr Brashear Hto buy any mans tobacco who has pledged it to another When wo make a con tract with a man for his crop and he signs our contract we expect him to stand by it and bring us his tobacco Mr Brashear is right When a farmer or any other man makes a contract he ought to stand by it Ouu old friend Pete Lyons is a candidate for jailer subject to the action of the Democratic convention which convenes at Hardins burg Saturday April 3 His announcement appears elsewhere If loyalty to the Democratic party goes for anything Pete ought to have the nomination For twentyfive years no man in this county has been more faithful and loyal to his party than Pete Lyons Ho has given up his time and his money to help the other fellow and his party Ho has never held oilice and is entitled to some recognition at the hands of his party lie needs the office Ho is not near as young as he once was but his age is no drawback when it comes to taking care of the jail and its inmates lIe will make a strong candidate before the people having friends in both parties who will support him heartily He deserves the nomination and ought to have it and wo hope he will get it WE call attention to an article clipped from the CourierJournal regarding the raising of tomatoes up around Jcirersonville Ind This clipping was sent us by Mr L J Irwin G P A of the Henderson Route who is always on the alert for something that will help the patrons of his road Ho was largely instrumental in bringing the canning factory to this town and is still ready and willing to do all ho can to stimulate our industries What has been done up around Jcfiersonvillo can be done here There is room here for more fac tories but the factories cant run without they get help from the farmers Acres a chance for every farmer who lives in ten miles of this plac to reduce his crop of tobacco and plant tomatoes Tomatoes II u k w ff rJf I ccH pay bettor limn tobaccoso those who have raked them say Thou why fool with the tobacco trust As President Wilson of the A S of E says get to raising something else besides tobacco and then you wont bo dependent on the tobacco trust or any other trust Trust something else besides tobacco fIt will pay to do it You dont have to raise tobacco in this country Just quit raising it for a year and youll have the Tobacco Trust in the biggest hole it was over in It will not only be willing to pay three eights but three tens or any old price to get tobacco HEms a bit of advice to our Democratic friends They can take it or reject it just as they please They are looking around for a good man to represent this county in the next legislature If its a good man they want we suggest the name of W H Bowmer cf this town Hes known either personally or by reputation to every man in he county Hes a man among men and his presence in the legis luture would bo a credit to any party or any community Hes a self made man Ho came up from the farm Ho has plowed and wore towlinen breeches and brogan shoes and has carried many a turn of corn to the mill on horseback just like other farm boys Ho left the farm and took up a school and in this way earned his first dollar After teaching school for a while ho went to Fordsvillo and got his first experience in the dry goods business under old wan Jack Haynes away back in the fifties Then he come to Clovorport and got a position with the old firm of Hambloton Skillman Co and finally a partnership in the firm Vhen this firm dissolved he went in business for himself and everybody knows he made a success and made it honestly and by hard work economy and close attention to business Ho has been closely identified with the business of this town for fortyfive years Ho has done his part as much as any mon for its upbuilding lIes retired now and has leisure Ho has never sought public favor or distinction and is not doing it now Not a word from him has ever come to us that he desires the place or that he would accept it if nominated Wo are inclined to believe however that if called by the people his patriotism and love of country would not allow him to reject the honor Now let the Democrats nominate him and then let the Republicans endorse him and the whole people elect him Heres a chance for the leaders of both parties to do the square thing and the right thing Will they do It1 Nasal CATARRHIn Elys Cream Balm cleanses soothes and heals the diseased membrane It cares catarrh and drives away a cold In the head quickly Cream Halm Is placed Into the nostrils sprcau over the membrane and Is absorbed Relief Is 1m mediate and u cure follows It Is not drying doe not produce sneezing Large Size CO cents at Drug gists or by mall Trial Size 10 cents ELY BROTHERS 66 Warren Street ewY- orkANNOUNCEMENTS FOR JAILER We1 are iiutliorlzca to announce Pelt Lyon the Stephensport district us 11 cutul dote for jailer of Ilreckenrldso county sub- Ject to tho action of the Democratic conven lion April 3 FOR JAILER WE are authorized to announce W1U ill Rockvale for the olllce of inhere Ilreckenriage county subject to the UtlOII of the Republican party FOR COUNTY JUDGE E sue authorized to announce llenr- Dellavondoorman as a candidate tor County Judge of HrecUenrldso county sub ject to the action of the Democratic puny FOR REPRESENTATIVE e lire authorized to announce Selby H- V V McCracken as a candidate for atlvefrotn Rreckenrlde county subject to the action of the Democratic party DEATH NEAR GARFIELD Garfield Ky March 14 Special Mrs George Snider died at her hcme near here March 7 and was buried at Freedom church Marcn 0 She leaves a husband son and daughter and a large circle of relatives and friends She was Mis Carolyn Compton Defore her marriage DEATH OF MRS SULZER Mrs Amelia Gest Sulzer wife of Samuel L Sulzer who was formers in business here and is an uncle of J o send E F Nolte died Friday night at her home in Cannelton of heart failure The funeral was at Canneltoc Monday CARD OF THANKS Mrs H C Carey and daughter wish to extend their heartfelt thanks to the neighbors hnd friends for their kIndness and assistance in their late bereavement Mrs H C Carey Mrs M Harden The Lower Aiilniuln Animals have keen perceptions keener In many respects than our own but they form no conceptions have no powers of comparing one thing with Smother They live entirely in and through their senses To all that Inner world of reflection Imagination com arison reason they are strangers Thor never return upon themselves In thought They have sense memory sense Intelligence and they profit In many ways by experience but they mvc not soul memory or rational Intelligence All the fundamental emotions und appetites men and the lower ani nals share In common such as Jear anger love hunger jealousy cunning pride curiosity play but the world of thought and thought experience and the emotions that go with It belong to 11911 alone It Is as if the psychic world sere divided Into two planes ono nbovo the other the plane of sense anti tho plane of spit In the plane of sense live the animals only now tad then just breaking for a moment nto the higher plane In the world of Tense mini Is Immersed also This is ils start and foundation but ho rises nto the plane of spirit and here lives ils proper life He Is emancipate Prom sense in a way that beasts are lot ccco I IrhtrvcrglndeM climate of the Everglades of I IThe Is utmost faultless It is singe larly equable showing no extremes of heat and cold und not subject to sud den change lEven a portlier coming out of the region of Ice and snow IIs soon softened to milder temperature and the heat of summer Is made genial though the mercury may be well up In the eighties by the ozonized air whirl Is everywhere In the glades The yea Is divided into the dry and rainy sea sons The latter mny be roughly spoken of as including June and September although well In the glades sud den light showers in limited areas are likely at any season and In the autumi a high degree of humidity Is constant A lifetime might be spent in the regloi and no sign of malaria ever be discov erect1 Pure air that moves In gentle breezes over a vast expanse of pure water Is the perfect assurance of health as evinced In the fine physique splendid coloring and athletic vigor of the Seminole who has a monopoly o- as fine a climate M there Is on earth Century The Wrong Spirit The president of the New York Normal college was addressing a bund of young women Young women he said generally make excellent touch FAMOUS FRUIT LANDS- OF THE EAST TEXAS COUNTRY Home of the Hlberta peach the straw berry plum pear tomato and othe fruits and vegetables Big money in growing for the northern markets On February 7th and 21st March ytl and 21st round trip honieseekers ticketi from St Louis Thebts Cairo or Mem phis to Texas points at rate of one fart plus 2 not exceeding 10 One way colonist tickets at half fare plus 2 on February 21st and Marcb 21stWrite for booklet on Texas fruit lands map and time table LOSCHAEFERTPAC- otton Be It Route Cincinnati O Thermometers safeguard towards maintaining an equable temperature in tho house a source of satisfac tion when tho frost is on the window pane andou arc curious to know how cold it is outsideT 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 1ST to 24 hours in advance Send us 25 cents and wo will send you ono by mail post paid Or better stillsend us a dollar for a years subscription to the NEWS and we will send you ono free We only have a limitednum her of these Send your order at once and get one before they are all gone J D BABBAGE Editor BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY ers But ir you dislike tae worm turn to anything else but teaching W cannot succeed ever in what we hate Bad teachers when we find them are persons who dislike their work The arc like the young girl In the countr town who said to one of her friends II Yes I am going to take up teaching 1 The friend looked amazed You she exclaimed You a schoolteacher Why Id rather marry a widower with nine children II So would I said the other Bui where Is the widowerNew Yorl Tribune Origin of the IJtuiJo In the early part of the nineteenth century In the town of Banjoemas 01 the Island of Java a negro native de termined to construct n musical Instru ment for MR own use Taking a cheese box anti heading It with a goatskin lw ran n handle through It and adaptln violin strings tuned to the first third fifth and eighth notes of an octave he christened It a banjo from the filt two syllables of his native town Grad ual Improvements on this rough ant ready Instrument were made and about the middle of the century It crossed the Atlantic and though unpopular In Lon don at first soon became well liked London Chronicle LtuiKli While You Con Hogg left Eton in 1S03 about which time he met Ruskin for n memorable moment lIe hall run into a room where his sister was painting under Buskins eye He did not notice Rus kin but went to his sister and made some laughing remark to her You hall better laugh while you can said Ruskin for every year you live you will become more and more miserable From Life of Qulutln Hogg Iiitvmpcrnte Ten Drinking In this pgc of mental tension high pressure and overstrain tea is felt to be doing much to overstock our luna tic asylums There can be little doubt that tea drinking Is a form of intem perance In these days a national and female Intoxication second only to that of strong drink and in some respects perhaps even more injurlousFumll- Doctor Conceited LylesDid you ever come across a more conceited fellow than Bulger They say he Is an atheist and I be hove be Is Bonter I wouldnt like to go so far as that but I know that he doesnt recognize the existence of a superior being Town and Country A Mean SuggeNtlon- You know said Mss Kreech after her solo I intend to go abroad to finish my musical education Why not finish It right now sug gested Miss Cadiey and save the ex pense Philadelphia Ledger For Instance Lucy asked the teacher what Is the meaning of succinct It menus short maam A rabbit has a succinct tallChlc- ago Tribune BIG TOMATO DISTRICT Ono of the most promising iuaustnes in Southern Indiana is that of tomato raising and hundreds ot acre of land are devoted to the culture of Ute crop annually Within thirty miles of Jeffereonville there are thirteen tanning factories all of which have Take Seven Million sold past 12 months This I 1M f tr i t been started during tne past tent years Scott county is the largest tomato raising district in Indiana although it has not followed the In dustry as long as some others The farmers of Scott county received 802 400 for their tomatoes making 120 400 paid out by eight factories for wages and material all of which re mained in the county There were 3 500 acres of laud under tomato culti vation in Scott county during 1U04 and the crop amounted to 15200 tons Courier Journal nvsTic Roy Beanchamp went to Stephens port Sunday John Dowell visited near Hrdins burg Sunday Asia Hardin has been very sick for about two week Mrs B H Beauchamp has been very sick with a severe attars Off lagrippeMiss Kittie Miller spent last week with her sister Mrs Jonas Basham of Webster 7 Mr and Mrs JW Keyes entertained a large crowd ot young folks last Saturday night with music George Schedo shipped three nogs heads of tobacco last week to Louisville and got nearly eight cents round G A Meyer of Dorrets Run Ky has been down in this part of the country looking for a situation either tor a mill or store on the Henaerson Rente Dudley MATTINGLY Clint Frank sold a tine horse last WednesdayWave of Cloverport was a visitor hero last Sunday The little daughter of Mr and Mrs Thos Ryan is quite sick Miss Mamie Seaton left Monday tor Earned to enter the Harned Normal Frank Brickey of Mattingly was the guest of Miss Settle rate last SundayBen McQuady and family will leave this week for Evaneville where they will reside Samuel Lasley bought a span of mules from B M last week Consideration 7200 Rev John Morton of Cloverport will preach at Piegah church next Sunday at 11 oclock Jessie Wilson of McQnady was the guest of Miss Mirtle Patterson near the Tar Springs last Sunday Mr and Mrs Alvin Pate and mother Mrs V C Pate of Clover creek were the guests of Mr and Mrs C D Hambelton and Mr and Mrs Ernest Pate last Sunday Mrs Margaret Brickey and daughter Miss Judith entetained a number of their friends and relatives to an oyster supper last Saturday night They will leave for JSickersnn Kan sas March 21 Roscoe Lasley who has gotten a subscription school here has decided it will not pay him UR well as farming end has given it up to Miss Bertha Walls to teach if she can get scholars inouuh to pay her jl WE ARE UNLOADING LUMBER DAILYyi I I choiceqJ youA m next requirements In the 4141lumber Il- neJPI Will Co LUMBERMEN I LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY r NOTICEAll persons owing tho estate of M Hamman or M HaUl man Son are requested to call and settle with C W Hamman All persons having claims against the estate to pre sent same properly proven CHRISTINA HAMMAN Executrix ri To Cure a ColdI in One Day Laxative iirdmo QwnIne Tablets boxes In signature Beard i aYCI Cures Grip nIn Two on every I box 25c 1 1i 1i i i I I ii- I i- I i- I i- a ii ii ii ii it it i fI J j I j i j d- j i j I IlI fI If t ll- t i i l- t r t t t r t 1 IiIi 1 I yIr 1 y- t fr 4 4 cPillscA torpid liver deranges the whole system and produces SICK HEADACHE Dyspepsia Costiveness Rheu matism Sallow Skin and Piles There is no better remedy for these common diseases than DR TUTTS LIVER PILLS as n trial will prove Take No Substitute The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY March 15 1005 Fresh prunes U lb for 15o Babbnge Son I Ohms Fallon spent Sunday at Haw r esvilleL Addison of Louisville was here Thursday Cbas Bolder was in Louisville Friday on a business trip Big line mens punts at cash this weekBabbage Son Farm implements and harness of allI kinds Conrad Payne Co D M Mnxwellof Ulondeine was tin town Tuesday en route to Tell City Mrs Gen Bentley of Hawesvillewas the guest of friends here Wednesday- D RWitt returned Friday to Rosetta after a visit to his daughter Mrs J C Nolte Sam Smith returned Thursday to Tell City after a visit to relatives in the countyMr and Mrs ORTousey of llender f son have been visitirg his aunt Mrs t Julius Hardin Misses Florence and Addie Fairleigh came down from Louisv lie Friday to visit relatives Miss Louise Babbage left Sunday for St Louis to visit Mr and Mrs Du relle Fairleigh Headquarters for meals at a Season able price find served not or cold English Kitchen Mrs Lane Woods returned Sunday from a visit to her daughter Mrs C J FeJJa at Addison Just received carload of American Field fencing Prices cheaper than everConrad Payne Co Byrne Severs came down from Louis ville Thursday for a visit to his parents Hou and Mrs D H Severs Dr and Mrs Foster Lightfoot came up Irom Hawesville Wednesday to visit Dr and Mrs F L Lightfoot When you come to town with your tobacco dont forget to cull at the English Kitchen and get a square meal Uhas E Beecher and Fred W Sal zer of Louisville were the guests of Mr and Mrs J C Nolte Monday and Tuesday Mrs Frank Fiaize left Thursday fo Florida to spend several weeks He sister Miss Jennie Warfield of Louis vile accompa tied h- erRUTS The walking sick what a crowd of them there are Persons who are thin and weak but not sick enough to go to bed- ChronicII cases JJ thats what the doctorscall them which in common English meanslongsickness To stop the continued loss of flesh they need Scotts Emulsion For the feeling of weakness they need Scotts Emulsion- It makes new flesh and gives new life to the weak system Scotts Emulsion gets thin and weak persons out of the rut It makes new rich blood strengthens the appetitefor Scotts Emulsion can be taken as long as sickness lasts and do good all the timeTheres new strength and flesh in every dose We will be glad to send you a few doses free Be sure that this picture In the form of a label Is on the wrapper of every bottle of Emulsion you buy SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St N Y 50c and SI11 1 all druggists Jr D Seatou was at Htuvesville Sat urday I Reoleaned timothy seed 140 per bushel Babbage Son Jno C Stader of Vine Grove was the guest of his sou H L Stader part of last week W F Keates and E W Smth o r Owensboro were m the city Thursday on a business trip Jj F Nolte attended tile funeralj of his aunt JUrs Samuel Snlzer at Cannelton Monday Mr and MM M Weatherholt and children were the guests of relnt v in Owensboro Sunday Call and get our prices on American Field fencing We will save u money Conrad PayneC Co Rev C T Daniel did not hold services at the Baptist ohuroh Sunday as was announced because of nis illness Miss Addie Ditto of Louisville and Robt Clary of Decatur Ill were the guests of their sister Mrs J D Babbnge part of last week Rev and Mrs J T Newsom of Murfreesboro Tenn left Saturday morning for Hnwesville where Rev Newsom is now holding a protracted meeting at the Methodist church We have a butcher shop next doo which supplies good meat We always have an order for the best and keep a supply on hand No man can cook a steak like our cook Hes always ready and willing to get you up a nice meal English Kitchen Warning When you ask a druggist for Para oomph be sure you get it There is nothing just as good Paracamph is guaranteed to cure Piles Eczema fetter Itch Snlt rheum etc Rt member the name Paracamph 125 cents = = ori LOCAL BRIEFS A = = = Rev T U Kerr will preach at the Presbyterian church next Sunday morning and evening and the doors of the churcn will be open for additions A piano has been bought from D H Baldwin Co by the Sunday school of the Methodist church A concert for the benefit of the Sunday school will be given at Oelzes Hall on March 28 by Louisville talent fur nished by D H Baldwin Co The river has been rising rapidly at this point for several days but it is claimed that there is no danger of a flood 4 Nonmembers of the American Soli ety of Equity are delivering some to bacco here this week t Brick pavements are to be laid in RNrHudsons residence Plans are being made for a large crowd of people interested to go to Hawesville some evening within the coming week and attend a ser vice at the Methodist church where Rev J T Newsom is conducting a revival the accommodation train to be held until the completion of the service 4 Chas Bohler will go to West Point soon to do grading for the Henderson Route between that place and Louis villA CaptCrammond of Hawesville was here Saturday with his boat for a big barge of lumber Work has begun on Julian Browns feea sto e and feed stable It was reported here yesterday that a line of toats independent of those owned by the Evansville Louisville Packet company will be operated this year between Evansville and Louis ville Eugene Haynes of the Star Roller Mills expects the fiftytour horse power gasoline engine which he recently purohaned to arrive here today from Louisville The engine will be used as power at the mill instead of steamI the gas well at the mill to furnish fuel If Mr Haynes and Messrs Fred Fraize and T F Sawyer can make arrangements wi th the city they will form a company and USA the engine at night to tarnish power to light the city HAD MUCH SUCCESS- As a pupil of the Lockyear Business College at Evansville Miss Ethel Tate daughter of Henry Tate of To binsport has been very successful as is shown by her rapid advances in her line of work A year ago she gradu ated from the college and secured aI position She is now back at the col lege In the shorthand and typewrit ing department as one of the faculty QUARRY OPENED The quarry below town on the Hen derson Route was opened yesterday bv Heim Zellers of Cannelton II DR R P KEENE mmTAYlOR Representing KEENE TAYLOR ffi V 1 IIDENTISTS II I f 1 1f1tI OF OWENSBORO onlU fJi II I onlIJll j1whit on all wish hI night Class 1en- j f i tlstry I Will be Here April 10 to 20 ct f = =ro sHow To Get Rich Jameh8 fleasu on led a representative o the Na tional Bank to interview the famous Rochester seedsman at his Philadel phia office The average man he said rare ly obtains more tLan a bare liviu in return for his lifelong grin in toil This boos contains information which may bring him independence Yes its true I willgive the boo away It will especially interest thos who have saved a little money tellin how they may become wealthy I have only a limited number of books but I will gladly send a copy to your objsetrin publishing the book was not to make a profit from its sale Our readers desiring a copy of this book should write at once to James Vick 745 Land Title Building Phil adelphia P a It is attractive inter esting profitable Pleasant and Harmless Dont drug the stomach to cure al cough One Minute Cough Cure cuts the mucus draws the inflammation out of the throat lungs and bronchial tubes heals soothes and cures A qtiicK cure for Croup and Whooping Cough One Minute Cough Cure relieves a conghin one minute because it acts first on the mucus membran- right where the congh troubles In the throat or deepseated on the lungs Sold by All Druggists FOURTH FIRE VICTIM Irvington Ky March 14 Spe clay J Frank Miles colored who re ceived serions burns in the destruction of his home by fire several weeks ago died Friday from the effects o the burns This is the fourth victim of the fire two children of Miles having been burned to death in the fire and a third dying several days later as the result of burns it received Mothers Listen Protect your babies from that dread ed disease Croup by applying Para camph freely and giving ten to fifteen drops internally Paracamph is safe and sure It does not contain any Co caine Opium or Chloroform It iis mothers remedy and should be in every home every day in the year TO RUN THREE BOATS The Louisville Evansville Packet company will operate three boats this year but only to the Tell City andI the Tarascon will carry mail The Jno W Thomas will soon bn put InI the Cannelton and EVAnsville trade the Tell City and the Tarascon mak ing the regular trips between Evans ville ana Louisville BUY HOME IN WEST Mrs Barbara Riedel and children who want to Los Angeles Cal from Holt last year have bougnt a home in that city at 020 West Thirtysixth street BENHUK IN LOUISVILLEI Arrayed in all its splendor Bou far will Inaugurate a weeks engagement at Macaalays TneaTe Marytl20th j nesday and Saturday matinees Of allI the spectacular productions of modern times none has been credited with so long a run of prosperity as this great and popular dramatic romance BenHur is today crowned withI a record of nearly 1700 performances in a little over five years and has been seen by more than three and a half million people In all this period of manced prosperity a Sunday perfor mnne has never been given No play in the history of the stage world ad mits of the massive scenic setting that BenHur does Reviewing BenHur as a play it is one of the most stirring and impres sive stories ever given to the stage and while the keenest admiration and I astonishment have been manifested for the marvelous scenic and mechanical effects tnat are unfolded in its enact ment the impression that lasts and lives and that has been responsible for the wonderful l success scored is the Beautiful fervent and hignly dra matic story so forcibly and truthfully tout with its endowment ol grand music supplied by Edgar Stillman KelleyThe advance sale of seats opens Thursday morning March 10th at nine oclock Manager John Macauley of Macauleys Theatre announces that all outot town orders if accompanied by cash or money orders will be filledII before the regnlxr box office sale op ens During the engagement of Ben Hur in Louisville all railroads en tering the city will make special ex cursion rates r = iI ftII + + atf= FO U SALECOWS AND HULL CALVES FOR Suh4 Hereford cows betters ami 3 lIlwleYllleICEItTIFICATEIII1r9nutCStntWns oulsvllleUews Cloveri ort Ky I FOIl SALKMILCH COWS FOR SALE Sovernl rollli rnl1J rows Z llnnlln Molt Ky FOK SALECOltX AM HAY FOrt SALK100 tons of liny and 1000 bushels corn In oar Toad lots II Ii Smith Lowlsnort Ky Ion SALE pHINTINO Presses and Cutting marl nes murhlnsAIooUusnllnCEnjClnosl1Ixjulsvlllo Ky OW or more fork yeurt at 3 per rentOORRg and pay buck monthly Attend r HiKu start In business own aOJUUiUU home t etc Address Worlds Di sire nunail Clillllratliu Missouri jrtVANTIiD rlWriti gport Ky I with u hull particulars WANTED GOOD COTTON HAGS T pounllcllshFOR 15LI OItCHAm UIlAss SEED FOR SATE150 bushel orchard grass seed DAlldlsonWANTEDTO THADE lumbersSewsOlllecFOIl SALE TIMOThIY HAY pOKSALEFlrstclass timothy hay at Sll1 par ton lit my barn near Holt ZT Hurdln FACTORIES FOR KENTUCKY lientueltynewspaper thlUurhourllIlpaped In the Newspaper Syndicale business sonnlurffthrough the newiyorpuilzLd Commercial largeAsphaltIaulI1ortol1ulld litHOIcommlssloncd esenew fromKonturkyadvantagestransportation faillltlcs and eiiiltabli labor conditions DUROCSJERSEY PIGS FOR SALE ul1l1IltsfYou IIYwhlrlThorouhhreclmy plac s a head In slipping order ilO E P HARDAWAY Bewleyvllle Kentucky IIENDERSON ROUTE NOTES One way second class colonist tickets to South and Southeast first and third Tuesdays each month at reduced rates Homeseekers Excursions to all points to which homeseekers rates apply Special homeseekers excursions to Southwest Feb 7 and 21 also Match 7 and 21 good to return after 22 days iu cluding date of sale Special Ilomeseekeis 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 31 1905 Special one way colonists rates to the Southwest Feb21 and March 21 L II IX SI L TIME TABLE EAST ROUND No 46 Dally IFast Train leaves Cloverport 50 A Louisville at West 1oit only arriv-es lit 715 AM No 12 Dally Mall and Express leaves Clo verport 954 A M stops at all way stations arrives Loulsvlllo 1335 Train No 44 Dally fast mall leaves Clu verport448 p m stops at all way stiitons litLouisvilleI uccommodl1t1onWEST ROUND IIccommndlltion101lesvlllo 000 a m Train No 41 Dally fast mall and express utlIuwcsvllloansvllle arrives St Louis 720 p m Train No 43 Mall and Express dally ar rives Cloverport 728 p m Evansvlllo 1030 p m Stops at all stations No 45 dally St Louis fast train leaves Clo AMlIuwesvllloOwensooroChair cars on trains 41 and 44 between sleoplnJcars4il between Louisville und St Louis Fordsville Branch EAST HOUND leavesFordsvillo630amTrain OI1CSoordsvlllo m Train No6 Sunday only FordsvIlleG30 a m Irvington 903 p m WEST HOUND leavesIrvingtonPmTrain 11mPAYS LITTLE FOR FUN Elizabethtown Ky March toJRNeighbors the saloonkeeper who hit Carrie Nation over the head with a i chair was tried in the Circuit Court mill finedonly 15 p MEET ME AT NO- LTFSHits Seeds YouII Want- Remember us J C Nolte SBro IL ii 0nr y FOR Un1898 KY and of j I I I II TO ST Miss Sue H who has been her Mrs at Ky for the two has gone to Stt to be with her J Roy is very poor at Mr is of the Co at St Good 11 hang la to get what you ask for in the so on for or Cold in the no as do but it you by the and the blab So don t Try it in need of flour Of course heard o- fCADICKSGOLD a of flour the cook anti is for all sorts of stuffs that you wish to have GOLD once used use Codick Millirg CoGRANDVIEW IND FIELD SEEDS I in the Seed line SALE THREE FARM WAGONS BUGGIES TRAPS Ky II IIN Established VINE GROVE HARDIN COUNTY Chronic Diseases Treated Successfully CHARGES MODERATE Rational Harmless Satisfying Methods Treatment r DRIP G DENTISTI OFFICE THE OVERI Satisfaction assured Professional Prices GOES LOUIS Brashear visiting sIster James Edward Birtlsville past month Lotus brother Brashear whose health present Brashear Cornwall Candy Louis- A just drugstore insist having Para camph Catarrh Head Paracamph contains cocaine many socalled Catarrh remedies relieves instantly sooth- Ing inflamed parts destroying germs cansethe trouble suffer today When youve DUST FLOUR brand which delights makes good cookies- It good baked CADICKS DUST FLOUR always Clover Seed- Orchard Grass Seed TimothyRed OatsTopII Everything 4- lowest Grass prices atII STYLES IMcGLOTHLAN PIGGOTT Irvington Latham Sanitarium MITCHEL Chippp manager nOn n I Money Flies as if on Vings The inherent habit of S spending is the cause of n lot- S of wlstlC111I0myIf to ge- tnheadif you want to SIC tin best way is to open a bank account then help it grow with frequent deposits of as much as you taut spare Dont wait till you have a large sum to deposit but start now One dollar opens an ac count with our bank Get into tho banking habit with our bank INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS RANK OF CLOYERPORT CLOURFCRT KY = I I W A Walker fr j miiPatronize your homo dentistjjl Office over Klnchelocg Drug X HARDINSBURU KY jji NEdmund Wroe was at Hnwehville Saturday IVOUionP111 J y y t1 ii1v I t I r i t a 4rl 4rF 4rk F l 1YI r YrJ r at 1 JJ If f0 III ph t L- 4 The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY March 15 1005 WRITES OF SCHOOL DAYS SPENT HERE S C Bates of Harrison Ohio Has Pleasant RecollectionsAn Old Citizens Reunion Suggested S 0 Bates writes from Harrison Ohio to the editor of th News us fol lIowa I was pained to read In your paper this week that Smith Dunoiu was dead 1 suppose it was a relief tc nu friends when the end came as they had known so lung that his condition was hopeless but it saddens me to find the friends of my boyhood dropping off one after another The last time I saw Smith was two years ago last summer He seemed as glad to see me as anyone in Clover port and I spent as much time as I could with hum talking over old times Last summer he was said to be so bad oil and my time was so limited that 1 did not see him His death brings back to my mind vividly the winters of CO and 70 and 70 and 71 the two winters that I at tended school at Jloverport During the first winter Mr Vine yard was in charge and I as a small er boy was under Mrs Vineyard During the second winter Mr Exalt and his family were in charge The school was held in the Boyd Block on the corner where the new bank is now located Bowmer and Hamilton had a store on the corner with Ulricn Farbers tailor shop in the rear M Baldungh and his brother Henry had a store in the west room of the same building and Bob Friend was his clerk Just below this building Mr A B Skillman had a general store A little farther down the street you had a small store with the tele graph office in the rear room and Dick Friend was the operator Near the same place Billy Smart had a small store ana on the corner VASt and Wal tern had a large store Opposite Ithe Boyd BlocK Mahlon Taylor had a small grocery store and Joe Porter was running the livery stable La Heist and Fisher had just started their drug store and we country boys would go in every day to get an almanac I walKed in to school from my home there John Jennings now lives Among the big boys in school were Smith Duncan and Conrad Simons who were always together Then tner were Henry Duncan and Joe and AJ pert La Heist Fred Pierce and I think Virge Babbage Frank and Charley Wardeld an Charley Fisher and a Others who do not andthn Among the smaller boys Waifield whom Mr to whip so often and so hard Bb Pierce Jim Fisher Dave Murray and my brother Levi and myself Among the girls were Nora Blythe May Blossom and Hester Murray who was crosseyed and had light hair of such a peculiar shadeThen there were harley Satter field and Fred DeHaven and Charley Simons and I do not know how many more Then when we had the entertainment the last day of school wasnt it Smith Duncan who was called Steve mind who was to have His picture tak n and was atrnid When llfos anuinitlImnl WllmllI worn out by the burdens fciuothfrlmod yet shrink from that se uluTOf change of life which will banili tlu o burnVnft ftircvcr They four a change in form In fcuum in isrNtlutl aurae- ttlness I Surh fours art largely warranted by the MTfitd which tills change produces in ninny women Hut no woman need let these fears fret her Those who havo usedI Dr 1lerces Favorite Prescrip thin do not suller from the chaime of life either ft face form or feel lugs as do other women This Girt is duo to the in timate connection f I generalh1 health of the organs jieTliarly feminine By preserving tin health of theso or thedebilitatingtions which sup IIts health Of Favorite Proscription paves the way for this natural change to come In Natures way without tho Ions of capacity to please others or personal Inability to enjoy life Your Favorite Prescription brought mo safely through that tlllllcult period called change of life1 writes Mrs Mary Eimtnln eer of 344 E Ankony St Portland Oregon This cliantfo made a very unpleasant dls turbancu through my entire system I had hot and cold flashes sick headaches became excited flustraKd nervous and irritable My appetite WOK fitful and for days 1 was unable to eat a fair meal My aunt recommended mo to try Dr 1lercen Favorite Pro Bcrlptlon and It made a great change for the better Within two weeks the feelings had disappeared I havo husband and eight children so have the cars of a largo family but was able to attend to my house bold duties without any difficulty and passed the period without any more trouble 1 can recommend your Favorite Prescription asI a grand medicine for women You may bo willing that somebody also shall say that their baby IsJust as good as yours but you dont want that baby substituted for yours Let dealers say what they like about other medicines being Justj as good but dont let them substitute anything for Favorite Pro scription It Is absolutely unequaled r OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood In your body passes through your klaneys once every three minutes u sold may a yourbloodout the Impurities the blood If they are sick or out of order they fall do work Pains and rheu matism come from cess of uric acid the blood due neglected kidney trouble Kidney trouble causes quick unsteady heart beats and makes one feel though they had heart trouble because the heart Is overworking In pumping thick kidney poisoned blood through veins and arteries It used be considered that only urinary troubles were be traced the kidneys but now modern science proves that nearly all constitutional diseases their beginning kidney trouble If you are sick you can make no mistake by first doctoring kidneys The and the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy Is soon realized It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases and Is on its merits by all druggists fifty cent and onedollar siz es You have ter waste or In to their aches ex In to or as to to to have in your mild In sample bottle by mall nome of swampuoot free also pamphlet telling you how to find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr KUme Sc Co Binghamton N y the machine would go off and it did go off before the picture was complete Those were the best times of my life I often wish I could go back to them I used to look at Bob Friend clerKing in Baldaughs store and thinK it I could attain such a position of eminence as that I would ask for nothing better as long as I lived Why can you not get up a reunion of the old inhabitants of Cloverport some time next summer and let us tell of the days that used to be before there was a railroad when Uncle John Heist kept the postoftice and Joe kept a big tox full of snakes to show the boysI I have left out the names of some of my best friends that do not occur to me now And no doubt 1 have misspelled others but the death of Smith Duncan has set me to thinking Please convey to the friends my sincere sympathy and my best wishes for all the friends in the old town who will always be dear to It meA Alderman Owes Ills ElecIon to Chamberlain Cough Remedy I I can heartily conscientiously tee Orcmend Camberlams Congn Remedy for affections of the threat and Inngs says Hon John Shenick 2JO So Peoria St Chicago TJwo years ago I during a political campaign I caught cold after being overheated which irritated my throat and I was finally compelled t stop an I could not speak aloud In my extremitya friend ad vised me to use Chamberlains Cough Remedy I took two doses that after noon and could not believe my senses when I found the next morning the I inflammation had largely subsided 1 took several doses that day kept right on talking through the cam pain and 1 thank this medicine that I won my seat in the Council It This remedy it for sale by Short Haynes AN EXCELLENT SPIRIT D M Duncan editor of the Meade County Messenger who wade the race for the nomination as Representati and was defeated by A J Thompson manifests excellent party spirit and shows no bitterness over the result In reviewing the primary ne says liThe nominees are all loyal Demo crats and honest conscientious men who will discharge the duties of their respective offices to the best of their ability They are all men for1 whom every Democrat may find pleasure in voting at the regular election and while of course the primary did not go to suit all now that it is over no grninVlmg will hE heard and nil are for the nominees It TALK IN TOBINSPORT The new electric rrtllwny which is being built between Evansville and Rockport awl which it Is proposed to extend to Tell City and Cannelton IB the thing of most interest to our neighbors across the river just at present There is much talk ol the road at Tobinsport and many citizens want it extended to that place and then to New Albany In Clark township Perry county in which Tell City and Cannelton are situated a popu Jar vote will soon be taKen on a pro position to levy a special tax tor the purpose of extending the electric line to those place- sFOURTH ANNIVERSARY Monday March 13 was the fourth anniversary of thegreat fire that devastated almost a dozen blocks of the residence and business section of Cloverport Since the day of that fire not only has the burned district been largely rebuilt but more industries have been added to those the town already had Among the latter are another bank a roofing tile factory a cannery a foundry and machine shop an ice factory and a real estate and improvement company DRY IN THE THROAT The Tobacco Trust which has been trying tospiton the producer and drown him seems to be getting a little dry in the throat Hartford Herald S rt iiKtlicnlnc the Xervm Self control or nerve force Is the great lesson of health and therefore of life Itself To understand how to relax Is to understand how to strengthen nerves Hearty laughter Is a source of relaxation as mire also all high thoughts as those of hope beauty trust or love Relaxation Is found In diversion An occasional outing or holiday Is neces spry As there are conscious and un conscious thoughts there are conscious and untonHcloiis nerve tensions Wom cn when shopping do not know the very tight grip they give their parcels until on reaching home their hands full re taxed In their laps and they say they are so tired Health Culture The Kmernlil An emerald that has no law In It Is typical of the purest love Some peo pie soy that as few such stones can be found purest love Is necessarily rare An emerald was always thought to possess the power of discovering treachery In the shape of alleged friends The emerald Is exceedingly popular In courtships and In marriages After marriage It Is supposed to bring harmony into the household and to further domestic Joys In every possl ble wily To lose an emerald Is said to bring business misfortunes and dis aster lilt the Old Jinn There Can you support my daughter In the style to which she has been accus tonedPerhaps not but I can support her In the style to which her mother was tecufltomed during her early married ilfelLife t He Still Wonder FInnegan Oh yls Oi can under tlmnd how thlm astronomers can cal kllote th distance nv a shtarr Its weight an 1 diilty and color and all that It ttV thing flint sets me Is how tlev 1U J e Puck LAST OF CABINET- The remains of John H Reagan the last surviving member of the Confederate cabinet were laid to rest at Pales tine TexnslHst Wednesday NEW COMPANY BUYS eaton Weatherholt the new timber and mailer firm has bought Lew Millers farm of 115 acre on Caney creek The consideration is private JAS CAREY JR DEAD Jas Carey Jr a young man well known in his section died Thursday at his home at Rome In- dSOMETHING NEW VARIABLE TOURS T- OFLORIDA VIA Southern RailwayA- ND Queen Crescent Route- Go One Way Return Another Winter Tourist Tickets good going Via Asheville thr ugh the Land of the Sky and Beautl ful Sapphire Country and returning Via At lanta and Clfattunooga or TO versa are now on sale ut LOW RATES The Florida Limited solid train of finest Pullman Drawing Room Sleepers and Vcstl bused Couches with Dining Car service en route leaves Clnclnnitl every morning Via Queen ft Crescent Jacksonville through without change to Via Chatta nooga und Southern Ry SPeelalConsistingof evereveningsolid to St Augustine via Chattanooga and Southern Uy with Dining Car service en routeThrough Pullman Sleepers to Jacksonville from Cincinnati every evening Via Knox vlllti Asheville and Savannah FROM LOUISVILLE connections with all of the above trains Is made at Lexington by RyFor book Winter Homes Folder Rates Schedules or other Informa thou address G H ALLEN A O P A Southern Ry St Louis Mo CIl Hr flyLouisvilleW C RINEARSON O P A Q d C O Henry Europe Leading Feature Th- eCourierJournal During 1905 ATTRACTIVE DEPARTMENTS NEWSPAPER CourierJournal year81V- eekly COURIERJOURNAL COMPANY LOUISVILLE Arrangement the- BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL 150 subscriptions subscriptions combination through BRECKENRIDGE NEWS OFFICE Cloverport Positively YourLast ChanceDont Miss it Your Last Opportunity Dont Hesitate Act at Once UNDER A RECENT RULING THE POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT THIS WILL THE LAST CHANCE YOU WILL EVER HAVE PARTICIPATING IN ANY FURTHER CASH GUESSING CONTESTS r I 35000 WattersonsLetters IN 500 CASH PRIZES GIVEN AWAYr SIX PRIZES OF 500000 EACH CONTEST IS THE AMOUNT MONEY THAT WILL PAID INTO THE TREASURY DEPARTMENT WASHINGTON D C THE 27TH DAY OF MARCH 1905 WHICH THE LAST MONDAY IN THE MONTH Contest positively close on 1005 is five March upon which receipts are to estimate The official figures will he known on the next or after the and prizes be awarded immediately no time will occur theI HERE IS LIST OF THE PRIZES To the purson whose guess contnlnlnt the the figures Is received before December 23 IDOL 5000 00 To the person whose guess containing tho exact fig ures received on or utter December S3 lOW tund before January 15th WOO To the person whose guess containing tho exact figures Is received on or utter 15 und before Febi 1 1WOO 5000 00 To the person whoso guess containing tho exact fig ures is on or utter Feb 1 oefore Fob 20 IlI05 5000 00 To the person whose guess containing the exact fig ures Is received on or after 20 before Mar 101903 5000 00 To the person sending In the nearest guess 5000 00 To assist you In making your wo below the Receipts of the Treasury for tho last Monday In each month during the last Year loot Monday January 23th 100297146 2fith 2568311 54 28th u 2071665 7B April 25th 2235074 18 May 23rd i 1783083 13 June 27th 2344fi52o33 July 5th 1710090 tit August 29th 1691075 01 2Cth 2587441 84 October 2279003 50 November 28th 2459517 21 How much money will Uncle Sam take in on Mon day 27th 1005 r Will Be A of THERE WILL BE MANY OTHER ALL GOING TO MAKE A COM PLETE Mall Rates Daily 1 year 6 Dally and Sunday 1 1 year 1 KY By a Special you can get and the both one year for only This is cash only All under this offer must be sent the Ky OF BE OF OR THIS ON OF BE AT ON IS will March 22ud which days before 27th days you day six days contest closes will and long waiting for result A exact 500000 Jan received and Feb and correct guesses give year February March September 31st March for To tho person sending in tho second nearest correct guess i 2000 00 To the person sending in the thud nearest correct guess 700 00 To the person sending In tho fourth nearest correct guess tBOO 00 To the person sending In the fifth nearest rr guess 100 00 To the person bending In time sixth nearest correct guess 5000 To the mm six l25 each 15000 To tho next seventeen 510 each 170 00 To the next sixtysix i5 each 330 00 To tho next four hundred f3 each 1200 00 500 PRIZES 35000 00 In case of u tlo for any of tIm Special or First Six Prizes such prize will bo equally divided between contestants u Subscription Blank THE BRECKENRIDQE NEWS Cloverport Ky lit Inclosed find f to apply on Subscription Account Name Postoill ce State i You are entitled to one guess for every dollar paid on Subscription My Guesses of time U S Treasury Receipts for March 27th 1905 are THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY SPECIAL RATES Via Illinois Central R R California and The Northwest- One I way colonist March 1st to May 10th inclusive Mississippi Louisiana Etc Homeseekers round trip less than half fare One way colonist March 21st Indian Territory Oklahoma Ar kansas Texas Etc Homeseekers round trip March 21st One way colonist March 21st HOT SPRINGS ARK Dally Sleeping Cur without change LoutS1 vlllo to Hot Springs with connections at Louisville from Cincinnati Illinois Central Weekly Excursions to CALIFORNIA Excursion cars through to Los Angeles and Sun Francisco via Now Orleans Every Tuesday from Cincinnati und Louisville Via Omaha und the Scenic Route every Wednesday from Chicago Full Particulars concerning all of the abovo can bo bad ot Homo Agents or by addressing K W HARLOW D P A Louisville LOUISVilLE EVANSVILLE- PACKET CO INCOHIOnATED Fast Mail and Passenger Line between Louisville and Evaaa ville- Steamers Morning Star Tell City i Leave LouisvilleI Monday Wednes day Friday and Saturday 4 p m Leave Bvansville Monday 10 a m Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 6 p m Through freight rates and passenget tickets Ito Cincinnati Freight shipments delivered quicker than by rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCEDI Cloverport to Louisville 175 Clovorport to Evansville 175 Cloverport to Owensboro 75 Splendidaccommodations for stock General Office 154150158 4th st Louisville Ky C Y WILLIAMS 6 Fe and P A i GEOH WILSON Supt Cloverport PlaningMill GREGORY 6 CO Prop LUMBER t DOORSSASH SASHBLINDS DOOR AND WINDOW SCREENS SHINGLESLATHS LATHSLIME BRICK CEMENT ROOFING ETC Chintz Royalty Practical Surveyor also Notary Public i I can survey your Lands write your Deeds and take the acknowledgement at your home This saves you trouble andcost Your Patronage Solicited Address me at I Hardinsburg Ky H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDINSBURG KY theCourtscountiesLicensetopracticeOffice over Dank of Hardlnsburg Sour StomachNo appetite loss of strength Jeneralthe stomach are all due to Indigestion KeelIIIcures Indigestion This new discovery repra therexistthe greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does dot only cure Indigestion and dyspepsia but thin troublesby JJaJnathoMr S S Ball d Rraaavood W VI1 WI tzwblod with sour stomach for twtr rtri aIforKodol Digwu What Yee Eat Jonlacalr tilsIzoeatIPreJ MI0AA9 Sold by all Drueslst8 Ask for the 1905 Kodol Almanac and 200 Year Calendar PA K BALSAMOlucMi fc gTQRthNever I ColorCuretp I I 4etud4liet Ururctrtl I tL w v w J r 1 f t f I 1 L I 1I i r i rAt 1 c I jj1t 11 f ii i i 1 l j I i i i j i iJ i j JtL The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY March 15 1003 SON IS SEARCHING FOR AGED FATHER Frederick Gross of Hardinsburgf After Being Nineteen Years Separated Seeks His Parent A recent Issue of the Louisville Her aId contained the following Filial attachment undiminished by nineteen years separation brought Frederick Gross twentyfour years old from Hardinsburg Ky to Lou jsvillB yesteraay in search of hit aged father for whom he desires to provldA the comforts of a home in his declin holng years Gross mother died when he was a babe and his father poor and hampered by his lack of knowledge ot the English language could not provide tor the child He placed Frederick hIs namesake in thn erman Baptist Orphans Asylum from which ten years later he was taken by Thomas Miller who raised nun as his own eon Frederick Gross is now engaged in business with his foster parent From the time he placed Frederick in the orphanage the elder Gross drift ed out of the life of his son and be came only a memory as the boy grew to manhood The latter knows little of his father but now that he is in com fortable circumstances he has a long ing to see his father again and know that in his old age he wants for nothing Mr Gross was at Mattingly last week in search of his father but had no success While at Mattingly he telephoned here and asked if his father was here stating that he had Ii beiFrederick Gross Jr was at Bar dinsburg several weeks ago and it was understood at the time that ne armyIHe has wormed for Thos Miller at his farm about four miles from Hal dinsburg If troubled with weak digestion belching or sour stomach use Cham berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and you will get quick relief For sale by Short Haynes W H SARGENT DEAD Fordsville Ky March OWilhaUl H argent sixtyone years of age died at his home here at 5 odooK this morning He had been a railway pOSe tal clerK for seventeen years and served the union army luring the war between the states He is survived by hm widow Iud two sons The remains will be taken today to Rockport Ind his old home where the tnneral will be conducted by the Odd Fellows Saturday ALL SICK WOMEN SHOULD READ MRS FOXS LETTER In All Parts of the United States Lydia E Pinkhama Vegetable Compound Has Effected Similar Cures Many wonderful cures of female ills are continually coming to light have been brought about by whichI Pinkhams Vegetable Compound and I fZrr Fannie D Fox I through the advice of Mrs PlnlhamI I of Lynn Mass which is women absolutely free of charge I Mrs IMnkham has for many years made a study of the ills of her sex I she has consulted with and advised thousands of suffering women who today owe not only their health but ven life to her helpful advice Mrs Fannie D Fox of 7 Chestnut Street Bradford Pa writes Dear Mrs Plnkhara I suffered for a long time with womb trouble and finally was told by my physician that I had a tumor on tho womb I did not want to submit to an operation so wroto your for advice I received your letter and did as curedal doctor today T am completely My says the tumor hM dlsap- rearedand I am once more a well woman I beUeve Lydia E Pinkhams Vcget ble Com pound is tho best medicine in the world for women The testimonials which we arc con stantlypublishlngf grateful wdmen establish beyond a doubt the power of Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Com pound to conquer female diseases Women suffering from any form of female weakness are invited to promptly communicate with Mrs inkham at Lynn Mass She asks nothing in return for her advice It is absolutely free and to thousands of women has proved to be more precious than gold t IflACCONEWS 1y V f STRONG RESOLUTIONSI At a regular meeting of the Hnwes vllle local union Nol of the American Society of Equity which met Friday night March 11 1005 with a full attendance resolutions were adopted condemning the acts of Tohn Parker n member of above union for having wiltully and knowingly without the consent of the union sola his tobacco for less than the price set by the so ciety after said union had offered to assist him in many ways and his agreeing to and pledging his tobacco to the union to be sold with same and by a committee appointed by the union to dispose of as they saw proper Now therefore we the un dersigned committee appointed by the above union adopt the following reso lutionsWe said John Farkerjno long er worthy of being a member of this society and recommend that he be expelled from this union and there by bar him from rver becoming a member of any local union of the American Society of Equity We therefore call on all liberty loving men wno beleive in equal rlgnts to all and special privileges to none to stand by us and help fight for the cause that is justly ours one that is not denied any other class and that is tobe allowed to set price on the sweat of his brow We therefore caution all farmers and tillers of the soil to be on the alert keep your eyes open do bus inesR strictly with those who favor our cause Tho man who works against the interest of the farmer is his enemy Treat him as such A note of warning is hereby given to all persons directly or indirectly connected with the union or outsiders known as scabswho interfere with the workings of the union to its det riment that all such persons should be considfed as enemies to the cause mil should be treated as such by all members of the A S of E That it copy of these resolutions be sent to UpToDate Farming Hancock Clarion and Hawesville Plaiudealer tor publicationCOMMITTEE A H Bruner Walker Powers Mike R Eiigau Dullie Powers Morgan Trumbo LETTER TO PARHERS Much tobacco is being received at the Eruity warehouse at Uweusboro and farmers are very much interested in this method to secure better prices for their crops Tho followIngopen and timely letter will be of interest to the tohnf ro growers of this unit sur rounding counties To the Farmers of DaVie s and Adjoining Counties I I representing our nomuittee ap halJdlec11toattention to the following synopsis of the contract made with Turuin S Wood amt G N Thomson They no pose and agree to retie and redr furnish all labor and material used in the manipulation of your tobnc prize in good cooperage insure oII ready for delivery all tobacco deli to thou and waived by your recmv j this season furnish nil money n fSII sary tt rehandle your tobacco as u h ve tree of interest and givetne M rage to November 1 1005 to the hunt of their capacity For this they cl ur e SlSfi per hundred drv weight In lar opinion the value of he tola co is 6 ALLOF I I improved far more than the cost of rehanuling Thespian proposed to you above has ndvautnges over any other thus far adopted by any farmers organization so far as I have seen The tobacco is under the complete control of the committee wInch alone has the right to set the price and sell it thus preventing tne possibility of its fall lug Into hands uf any aura gonistic organization or speculator It will be handled in the most approved manner and at the least cost possible consistent with good work Those se lected to manage and lOOK after it have no interests to s rye but yours and are honest and incorruptible men It offers to the farmers all the advantages heretofore enjoyed by the tobac co buyer Tobacco loose has no pro tection and but one market and In that market there is no competition prized it has access to the markets of the world and can carry the pro tection by insurance Every hogshead prized shortens the time when the manufacturer must have this tobacco every load sold lengthens it In conclusion permit me to assure you that you are welcome to visit the tactory at any time and see our meth ods and that I will gladly answer all questions and do request you to confer with me before making other disposi tion ot your crops RespectfullyS Lee- Committee A S E LITTLE LEAF SHIPPED The Western Tobacco Journal of March G jays The calender vear of 1005 opened with generally light business in exports and imports of lleaf and manufactured tobacco the exception being good siz ed exports of donestio cigarette ana plug tobacco Transactions VerA in the major ty of particulars bhind the previous mouth and hiss than in January 1004 1 Perhaps the moat notable featuie of th January transactions was the very suiail volume of shipments of domestic leaf toiaoco which were less than in the mouth of January 1001 and scarce ly more than half as large as in Dec ember 1004 January of this year as compared with January 1004 there was a los of i5fl5200 pounds or four t en percent and with December a I is of 7601i81 pounds or loss of thirty five per cent This loss was due chilifly to the re duction of leaf exports to the Unite Ktngl I flu tI A compnriso of the records for the expired portion of the crrent fiscal year with those for the same period in 10031004 shows n good increase in exports of domestic leaf plug tobacco and cigarettes and a large decreatt in stems and trimmings and amoder ate decrease in domestic cigars FARMERS PLEASED- A dlsn tch from Nashville to a Louisville paper saves Reports troth the dark tobacco district of Kentucky and Tennessee show that the business affairs of the Farmers Protective Association which was formed for the purpose of inaugurating a tight for higher prices and against the tobacco trust are well in hand The prizing houses are tilling up with rapidity and the farmers are sport ed to he well pleased with the system adopted Now that tne season has fairly or cued the tobacco is rushing into the various prizing houses anti those farmers who are in need of money immediately are being furnish ed with an advance of 4 per hundred on good tobacco which in itself is about equal to the full price they re ceived for ther crops last season under tne operations of tho trust DEFENDS ITSELF In defense of itself when charged that Iit is a tobacco trust paper Ithe Western Tobacco Journal says The Western Tobacco Journal is no friend of trusts of any description and no one can quote a IIno from its pages to anything different It is just mile prudent enough to care as little for one side of the question as the other It endeavors to show wheroin the farmers are making a mistake in prizing their tobacco to be held for better prices later on and its only question which time alone will solve whether farmers had not Better accept present lp Ices as a certainty than prize and hold it for an uncertainly This iis the whole tning in a ntitshel1 and we take it tor granted that tilt buyers of tooaccco an afford to waitthe issue when the time comea as towho turned out to be right 10 the mater HAVE GREAT SURPLUS New York March SThe total earnirgs of the companies which were merged into the American Tobacco Company for 1004 ve e reports L1 at the annual meeting of the stockhol leis of the com any in Jersey City to day to be 2a JJOlOKJ The surplus for the year after pay went of Dividends aid interest was 12 213 isi HAS STOOD IIIIF TEST 25 YEA IS TIll old ordinal GROVES Tisti 1ss rinTunic You if now what you tri taklns I1 Is ion and ulllhll In u tustoles flU ni Nucuru no buy Soc D H SMITH NOT WELL Hun DH Smith the p pulur CIU- Uresmlln from t lis district has re tutu d to his home in Hodgeuville i While his condition has improved from thi + materiallyI illne s he is 1 tar t row well and he ex pects it will take a month or two of1 quiet andl mt to bring him arouud Eizxuethti wn News n WINCHE5TERFACTORY LOADED SMOKELESS POWDER SHOTGUN SHELLS Good shells in your gun mean a good bag in the field or a good score at the trap Winchester Leader andIe Repeater Smokeless Powder Shells are good shells Always surefire always giving an even spread of shot and good penetration their great superiority is testified to by sports men who use Winchester Factory Loaded Shells in preference to any other make ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM m PARTIAL RUINS OF FIRE FOUR YEARS AGO MONDAY THE HOME OF VINOL To ourCustomersWe to have you all know that Vinol is a new form of a very old and valuable remedy It is a Cod Liver Oil preparation because it contains all the medicinal elements actually taken from fresh Cods Livers By a new process we are able to make it without oil or grease and give you a real Cod Liver Oil preparation as delicious to the taste as- a fresh orange Respectfully SHORT HAYNES Druggists The Breckenridge News GREAT CLUBBING AND PREMIUM OFFER WITH The Inland Farmer Illustratedwldcawakclinterest to FARMERS STOCKMEN DAIRYMEN OUITRYMEN AN FRUIT GROWERS 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Skilluiau of Stepheusport was in town Tuesday Miss Willa Drury is expected bout C from Florida about March 24 Have your dental work done by Dr Bush March 24 and 25 Will Lewis of Oweusboro is with 1 i Smother this week at Summer Seat Rev Everett English and Hutsoti we e here Monday calling on friends Dr J U Bush of Cunnelton wi l be in Irvington on March W and 26 Sam BislioiT mid familyof Cloverport was here last week visiting Lou Bishoff Mr and Mrs Perry Weaver and Master Ben Helm returned to their home in Louisville Monday- M D Drake has sold his house and lot on Mapl street to Dr Moreman He contemplates leaving the town State SundaySchool Wor er Gnbau er of Henderson made a splendid talk at the Baptist church Monday night- R M Jolly has purchased the stoc of goods at the commissary at the rock crusher and put Clint Adkisson in chargeRobt L M rcke and sou Herndon spent several days here the guests of relatives and left Tuesday for Grayson SpringsIf want any kind of Bratclass dental work done make your engage ments with Dr Bush who will bin e Irvington March 24 and 25 Mrs Arthur Williams of Owensboro returned to her home Sunday after spending some time with her mother Mrs Ivliza Wbb Lewis wto is illat the home of Mrs Kate Bennett The Misses Munford entertained the following guests Friday evening in honor of their niece Miss Bessie Wrather Q Misses Rebtt Lewis Nellie Smith Clara Jolly Katherine Wimp Eliza Piggott Joe Piggott and Lamar Gardner John Akers received the sad news Fri day of the death of his cousin George Akerswho died at Lewispoit of typhoid fever MrAkers was an irsurance agent and was well known in this town His home was in Ilardiu county Champion Li imcnt for Rheumalism t11IlS DraKe a mail arrier at Chap inville Conn says Chamberlains Pain Balm is tne champion of all liniment The past year I was troubled a grit deal with rheumatism in my shoulder After trying several oures the store keeper here recommended I this remedy and it completely cured me There IIn no use or anyone sul faring from that puintul ailment when this liniment can oe obtained for H small an in One application gives prompt relief and its continued nee for K short trout will produce BII lianrianent cure For snle by Short A I Hoyne HARDINSBURG Quarterly Court last Monday The Rev Everett English WM hi the city Sunday Jesse Whit worth iit in Louisville on a I biae+ e trip Minor Cum pton of Garfield WM Jin town Saturday Dr P W Koote of Irviugtou wash this city atnhyJCol K H Robertson wniil to Louis rifle Sunday mornI lilt i Heury DeH Moorman returned home Sunday from LouilvilteIMiss Maude Smith will begin her private school next Monday J Lewis Kiucheloe of Louisville spent several days at home last week Dr W A Walker was at Vine Grove last week on a professional visittRobertson A Dean shipped 100 head j of cattle to Louisville Saturday ThomAs J Morre spent several days Peculiar To ItselfIn what it is and what it does con taming tho best bloodpurifying IJ alterative and tonic substances and effecting the most radical and permanent cures of all humors and all eruptions relieving weak tired languid feelings and building up the whole system is true only of 5 Hoods Sarsaparilla No other medicine acts like it no other medicine has done so i much real substantial good no other medicine has restored health t and strength at so little cost to 1 was troubled with scrofula and came near loslnir my eyesight For four months I could not sue to do auvthini After taklnI two bottles of Hoods Snrsaparllla I could SM to walk and when I had taken olcht bottlos 1 could see as well as over SUSIE A HAIRS TO N C Hoofs Sarsaparilla promises to euro lend koops the promise j ti t fOR WOMENI AND WOMN ONLY Much That Every Woman Desires to Know About Sanative Antiseptic Cleansing and the Care of tho Skin Scalp Hair and Hands WHAT CUTiCURADOES WOMEN Too much stress cannot be placed SonpI antilleptic circulatingfluidseconomical local and constitutional treatment for weakening ulcerations inflammations itchings irritations relaxations displacements pains and irregularities peculiar to females Hence the Cuticura remedies have a restoringhealthi women who have been prematurely aged and invalided by these distress ing ailments as well as such sympa thetic afflictions as amernia chlorosis hysteria and nervousness havekfully purity ness the power to afford immediate relief the certainty of speedy and permanent cure the absolute safety and great economy which have made Cuticura the standard humour rem edy of the civilized world TORTURING HUMOR Cured by Cuticura I suffered five years with aterrible itching eczema my body and face be mylifeing and I longed for death which I felt was near I had tried doctors and medicines without success but my mother insisted that I try Cuticnra I felt better after the first application of Cuticura Ointment and was soon entirely well Mrs A Etson Belle- vue MichC- utlearsoapOintment and Pill are4 throughout tb world Potter Drill Cnrin Cm p boMuu awl Ptufl Oftxlxl fur A Book fur tuna of last week in Louisville Philip Greenwell who has been sic for a week is able to be out again J T Hughes of Falls of Rough was in town Friday on a business trip Miss Sallie Withers of Kirk was the guest ol Miss Nancy Kiucheloe Sunday Bishop Wood have completed their cottiact of painting the Masonic Tern pieMiss Georgia McGary has returned home from a visit to relatives at Clover pmt nug lIe Vaace of Hawesville was i inIn attendance ou the Quarterly Court lIouI datMrs Blanche Reid left Saturday for Louisville where she wilt visitI rela tires Dr J C Bush of Cannelton will ho in Hardinsburg on March 20 for tour days Have your dental work done by Dr Hash who will be here March 20 for four l1ayslJames R Skillutan of Owensboro was in town Monday nttendiiig Quart1J uly CourtbMiss Mottle Reid went to Louisville Iridny to tee Richard Mansfield in hlnathe T rribe a Leslie Walker will move his family to town this month They will occupy the J D Beclir residence on Main Marvin D Beard and John Hoben were in Louisville last week purchas inK a spring stock of goods for B F Uenrd R Co The Rev W H Calvert filled his regular appointment at theM K church Sunday preaching two excellent sermons Graham Eskridge who has been in Manila the past four years has beenJJ to Oklahoma City and is expected home in a few weeks If jou want any kind of firstclass dental worK done make your engage newts with Dr Bush who will be in Hardinsburg on March 20 for four K days I TARFORK Miss Mary Tabeling visited at Askin last weekCal Burdett of Oklahoma is here on a visit Born to the wife of Ed Hook March 10 a boy All the sick are about well except Mrs Mary Dunnand she is improving MM Ruth Wright nee Taul of Missouri formerly of thin county visited relatives here Mr and Mrs Verna Morton write they ors well pleased with their new home in Florida Len Weatherholt has a very painful the result of breaking the member by falling while attempting to carry a heavy stick of wood Miss Minute Hoylc of West Point has been visiting her uncle Marion Behen I PATESVILLE Wm Powers delivered n sermon here Sunday night Miss Sallie Baker who bas been 111 for some time is improving- F Young and family spent Sunday with J M Fnwver and family Several from here attended the bap tising at Goering Saturday morning Misses Ada Frymire Anna Lamb Nina Lnch Nellie Fawver and Em ma Clurk spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs Jesse MnrJow Mrs Henry Kincald of near this place died Wednesday afternoon nt 1 oclock The funeral services were held the day following at U oclock at the Bethlehem church after which her remains were laid to rest in the Bethlehem cemetery Mrs Kincaid was a good woman and was liked by all who knew her ShA in survived by a Husband and ten children one oC whom is married GARFIELD Little Miriam Compton has whoop lug cough- S J gray went to Hardinsbarc WednesdayH of Fordsville is vis- Iting relatives and friends here Miss Ollie Macy who has been vis Ming in Hardmsburg is home again Minor Gregory of Eveieigh visits W T Gregory Saturioy and Sunday Mrs M P Compton is visiting her son Paul at Hurdinsbnrg this week Mrs Tank J irmnn is visiting he daugnter near Hnrdinsburg this weed Mrs F M Board und son C S Board visited Mr and Mrs Robt Weatherfdra Sunday Miss Lena Johnson is with her sis ter Mrs Hugh Hardaway of Bewley yule who is q uite SiCk Misses Minnie Pool and Blanche Whitworth contemplate a visit to friends in Allen Texas in the near future Miss Nannie Board is visiting at Irvington She will go from there to spendkseveral weeks OBITUARY At the agof thirtytwo years James S Carey only son of James and Har riot Carey of Rome Perry county Ind lied at his mothers homo March 0 11105 at 12 a m after a lingering illness He was born July 20 1872 at Rome being the youngest of three children Lottie Mary and James Of those one has preceded htm into the world beyond xs has the father who died Aug 30 1904 he having been an invalid for six years during which the son was iti constant attend ante upon his father thus spending siA of the best years of his life 111 the care of his father He leaves his mother and one sister Mrs Mary Harden wife of William Harden to mourn their IOES which they feel greatly never having been separated until death urousjht about thta separ Ho was a patient ruifferernever coniplriiiiinK but ever oheerjug those who watched over him bidding them for the best and not pnly will lie missed in the home but in the com 1 inanity in which his life was spent he was ever n good neighbor and kind friend to those who know himII He was also a member of Rome Lodge At O U W and n Past Master Workman of tnnt order And E best of all ne assured his loved ones that he was at peace with God PEACE IN SIGHT The Japanese under Uyama hay tmptnred Munden after the greatest wattle in the Far Eastern war and have been in pursuit of the Russian d army under Kuropitkin for several days The casualties in the battle of Mukden were enormous the Russian loesbeing estimated at 155000 men- The news now comes lrom Washing ton that Russia and Japan ar on the paceAjjers CherryPectoral night coughs of children No croup No bronchitis A CherryPectoral doctors medicine for all affections of the throat bron chial tubes and lungs Sold for over 60 years I have used Ayers Cherry Pectoral In my equaltoJ drenM1I8 W H 1JUYW Kit Shelby Ala S1C80CSIOO Ja AVBIl CO Lowell Mam Allllrlllllllollfor + Night Coughs Keep the bowels open with oho of Ayers Pills at bedtime Just ono CHEMICAL ANALYSIS Reveals That Peruiia is Calculated to Tone up the System Restore the Func tions and Procure Health SO SAYS PROF LaJ MILLER CHEMIST PROF L J MILLER Prof L J Miller late Professor of Chemistry and Botany of the High School of Ypsllantl Mich writes from 3327 N Clark Street Chicago Ill as follows As several of my friends have spoken to mo of tho favorable results obtained through the use of Poruna especially In cases of catarrh I examined It most thoroughly to learn its contents- I found it composed of extracts of herbs and barks of most valuable medicinal qualities combined with other ingredients delicately balanced calculated to tone up tho system restore tho functions and procure health I consider Peruna one of the most skillfully anil scientifically prepared medicines MILLER which the public can use with safety and success PROF L JII THE CONTRAST CURE CluclniiHtl 1ost hot the blues nave youT Cold weather hurt business and increased expenses Have to work like a dog and bear all sorts ot burdens dont see much in life to maze it worth living even I wonder why you were born Did you ever try the contrast cure Lets go over to 27 West Libertyst in the rear They call that place Gooseal and you wouldnt like to live there would you Well rap at the door and the that person we will see is Flonen Berch let He is deaf and dumb and you will notice that of logs he tins none But he has a bray face and a win boyWhen I a run of fever left him minus the power of speech and hearing When be was 7 he slipped on the car tracks and both legs were so badly crushed that amputation was neces saryThat brings tears to your eyes oesnt it MIKeS you feel as if youd w like to divide your possessions and drop a big portion right into the lads lap He doesnt want your money That boy now 10 years old is a breadwinner He goes to deaf and dumb school for he is hungry for educa tion By the lip method he can talk to his mother and she can talk to him He is so keen and quick that hardly a word escapes him He hits a little cart in which he pro pels himself about the city and he sells papers on the corner and carries the money home to his mother There are six children in that fami Ily the mother being a widow who dUll washing The boys present ambition is to earn more mouey for the sake of improving the condition of that Goose al home and to buy things for mother as he puts it There is courage and happiness and sunshine in that home and in that boys heart You with your health your goad hoineyour family and your influential friends have let yonreelt become die con raged OH THINK OF FLOKIEN 13EROH IET AND BE ASHAMED Weve Hired Uncle71r I IalnSULI our ix through A 1 i i a Govern offering Spring Suits at 10 IISn5i They are black Thlbets for dress wear and fancy Cassimercs and Worsteds in light medium and dark patterns for business wear They y are GUARANTEUD AMWOOI and made in thoroughly uptodate styles What we ask you to do is to write and ask for samples and measure Inanks saying you saw TIllS ad in aperliiand oldest house in our bulldlniandfor over FORTY YEARS We sell CLOTHING HATS and FURNISH INGS for men and boys SILOS for every body We PAY EXPRESS on 5 worth and 4 send all goods SUBJECT TO APPROVAL JStyle books for all lines free on request Iet us hear from you t LEVYSThird LOUISVILLE a j0 Builds up the System Hon Joseph IL Jlidgoway Secretary of the American AntiTreat Society writes the following letter from the Grand Central Hotel St Paul Minn It Is with great pleasure that I on clorso Pornua as a I an honest medi cine competent to do vll Itj claims I have used It several times and know of nothing that cures so com pletely and at the same time builds up the systemI roe ommeuded it to IIJoscph Rldggwajr I e tt- a number of my friends and always feel that I do them a service for I know how satisfactory tho results Invariably are I only wish every family had a bottleit would save much sickness and doctor billsJosoph II Ridgoway Feel Dotter Than for Five Years Mr James B Taylor Roberts Ind writesI at tho present time entirely welt I can cat anything I over could I took live bottles of Peruna and fool better now than I havo for fivo years I have doctorcd vlth other ddctors out and on for fifteen years so I can recom mend your medicine very highly for stomach troubles I tako great pleasure In thanking you for your freo advice and Pernna James B Taylor I Enjoy my Meals ns I Used to Mr J W Pritchard Wolf Lake Ind writes I am pleased to say that I have been cured of catarrh of tho stomach by Po runa I could hardly sat anything that agreed with me Before I would get half through my meal my stomach would fill with gas causing mo much distress and unpleasant feelings for an hour or two after each meal BuV thanks to your Peruna I am now completely cured and can cat anything I want to without any of tho distressing symptoms I can now enjoy my meals as I used to do and it is all duo to Dr Hartman and his wonderful medicine Peruna It has boon one year since I was cured and I am all O K yet so I know I am curedJ W Pritchard- Dyspepsia is a very common phase of summer catarrh A remedy that will cure catarrh of ono location will cure It anywhere Peruna cures catarrh wher ever located That It is a prompt and permanent cure for catarrh of tho stomach the above letters testify- If you do not derive prompt and satisfactory results from tho uso of Peruna write at once to Dr Hartman giving a full statement of your case and ho will bo pleased to give you his valuable advice gratle Address Dr Hartman President of Thj Hartman Sanitarium Columbus Ohio A MILDER CLIMATE In Arkansas Louisiana Texas Stock ranges ten to twelve months in the year two and three crops grow in a season Now is the time to lookup a location while the land is cheap On February 7th and 21st and Match 7th and 21st Cotton Belt Route will sell round trip homeseel ers tickets from St Louis Thebes Cairo and Memphis to points in abovj naineu states at rate of Slu or one fare plus 2where it makes less than 15 One way colonist tickets February 21st and March 21ft nt half tare pots 2 Write for map time table and ask about rates to any point LOSCHAEFERTPAC- otton Belt Route Cincinnati O e FORIUMCURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS GoodUso CONSUMPTION AAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 3 Excellent t 13 Excellent Thats what they all say when we have finished work Cur work will bear the most critical examination as it is done on scientific principles and according to scientific rules 33There is more or less science in aU 4 businesses more especially when it Y comes to handling a watch n piece Jf V of jewelry or a pair of glasses M jV7 jL = our study for more than a quarter = of a century and we flatter oursel P ucs that we know somethiug about it Its our lire work and wo take sepaltntiongoods a Tr cr LEWIS SON YOUR JEWELERS- HARDINSBURO KENTUCKY- TTTTTTTTVTTTTTTTTTTTVTTTTI tN i ii if i f I I ii i I I I i riT I + t i t- Ia