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THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXIX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 22 1905 8 Pages NO3G DECIDE TO CURTAIL ACREAGE A FOURTH Delegates From Nine Counties Agree At GreenvilleSherman Ball Is Honored With Offices L A dispatch from Greenville of March 17 gives a comprehensive ac count of the delegate convention of the daik tobacco growers held there on that date The deliberations of that convention are of interest to every farmer and every friend of the farm er among our readers to we print the dispatch in full as follows The convention held here today by the tobacco growers of the dark dis trict proved to b a great success The convention had been called oy L L Davenport president of the state department of tobacco growers of the A S of E and every magisterial dis trict in the counties represented had one or more delegates present the fol lowing being the counties Muhlen burg Daviess Onto Hancock Hen derson McLean Breckenridge Union J and Webster A temporary organization was effected by electing W S Ball of Breckenndqe county president and S A Burns o Davies as secretary A committee on resolutions was appointed as follows Henry U Over street TT BarrettE L Davenport W P Stephens Sam J Baker M F Sharp Ben Watson and W S Ball The committee retired and later re ported a series ol resolutions that was most heartily commended and unanimously adopted The matter of cbiefest interest in the resolutions IB that recommending to all and pledging the convention and those represented in it as far as could be done that only 10000 bills of tooacco be put out to the hand this year and 5000 hills for each half hand The resolutions also defined a hand to be a male between the ages of sixteen and sixty and a half hand a to be boys between twelve and sixteen It was alsoresolved tnat no county isl to plant more than 75 per cent of 4 an average crop the crops of 1903 and 1904 to betaken as the standards in estimating this average Permanent ollicerd of the assooia tion were elected as follows Henry U Overstreet of Davi ess president T T Barrett of Henderson vice presi dent W S Ball of Breckenridge secretary S T Burns of Daviess assistant secretary This is the Dark Tobacco District association and all counties that grow dark tobacco are to ce eligible to membership There was an unusual turnout here today of local growers The county union met and there were 12QO men in the procession By actual count there were 150 vehicles 200 hosemen and twentyfive banners in thti paradeAt first the crowd attempted to assemble in the court house but it was to small The opera house was then secured and it was packed The speakers were Henry Overstreet of JDaviess T T Barret of Henderson r jpf P Stephens of McLean and W 1 S paU of Breokenridge Of these the Vfwuclpal address was by Mr Over street His effort was an unusually happy one and it received rounds of applause and cheers In every sensethe gathering was a notable one Champion Liniment for Rheumatism Chas Drake a mail Carrier at Chap inville Conn says Chamberlains Pain Balm is the champion of all lint z ments The past year I was troubled a great deal with rheumatism in my shoulder After trying several cures the store keeper here recommended this remedy and it completely cured me There is no use ol anyone sat fering from that painful ailment when this liniment can pe obtained for a small sum One application gives prompt relief and its continued use for a short time will produce a permanent cure For sale by Short Haynes YOU CANT MISS THIS By saying you cant miss this we L mean of course you cant afford to miss it It is the big picnic to he given on- t July 4 by Nobe Pate Jubal Hook and W N Pate at the same old grounds n near Hardinsburg Dont forget the date and the fact that you cant miss this occasion i v CHILD DIES OF BURNS McQnady Ky March 21Spe- cialA child of Wash Dunns died Wednesday from severe burns received by failing into a fire on the preced ing day The interment was wt the ATcQnady graveyard I U 1 8 TOBACCO GROWERS MUCH ENCOURAGED Not So Many As Expected Need A Warehouse PlanProspects Favorable For Those Who Do It developed in the joint convention of tobacco growers of HUDCOCK and BrecKenridgo counties held at the city hall Saturday afternoon that more members of some local unions ot the American Society of Equity will be able to bold their tobacco at home and without a warehouse plan than was at first expected A committee appointed by theconvention to put a warehouse plan on foot are at work this week and have reported that prospects are tav oraole that a warehouse and an exper ienced man to manage it can be secur ed here though the financial part of transaction has not been settled yet The convention met tor the express purpose of forming some warehouse plan to help only growers who are not in a position to hold their tobacco at home because of indifferent barns or lack of money Fifteen local unions in sections of the two counties nearest to Cloverport wore represented On next Saturday they will be represented again when the committee will make its report to the delegates and the delegates will make reports to the committee on the number of men in each local union who want their tc bacco rehandled and want an advance on it aud those who want their to bacco rehandled and do not want an advanceThe unions were represented a followsTarfork No IWash Robbins Chas Goff Duke No lRobt and Thos Mc GavockCloverport No 1Will Pumphrey John Knight Mattlngly No 3Uwen Duncan Malcolm OBribn Matting ly No 2W N Pate Isaac Blair I Hardmsonrg No 3Abe Meador Mattlngly No IThos I M Bates A B arum Patesville No2I T Sinnett Perry Tally Bert Adkinn Hardinsburg No 50 MBasbain Cloverport No 2Jno Warfiold McQuady No IWill Lyons Hardinsburg No ISilas Miller Cloverport No 4Jno Furrow Victoria No 2Wm Snyder Victoria No 1J T McGovern The convention was presided over by Henry Waggoner The object cf the meeting was exlpained bv EBOglesby who suggested the adoption of the Daviess county Equity warehouse plan a synopsis of which was pub lished in the News last week princi pally on the grounds that the plan had been accepted by the growers of that county after long consideration Robt McGavock attar outlining a plan for a local warehouse moved that a committee wait on the local banKS and see it they would finance a local warehouse plan This motion carried and the chair appointed Robt Mc Gavock and W B Taul on the com mit tEe During the absence of the committe- there were many short talks mane the consensus of opinion being tha tobacco should be held at home if by any means possible and if not pos sible because of poor storage facili ties and lack of money at an Equity warehouse in Cloverport That which was mentioned in the opening sen tence developed some delegates stating that they were strong almost to a man and believed in the local union helping its members to hold And oa at least Cloverport No 8 dont want to have anything to do with a warehouse because they can help themsel vesAmong those who made short talus were the following T M Bates Chas Goff Wm fanyder Henry Wag goner Oscar MoGavock Thos Mc Gavock Albert OrumE B Oglesby Will Pumphrey Josepn Mullen W B Taul Malcolm OBnen From notes at hand valuable suggestions from eacn of these could b given but space for them in this issue cannot be spared After most of the talks hash been made the committee that waited on the banks made their report They said that the report from the cashier of the Breckmridge Bank was favor able but that he would have to confer with niR associates this week before giving a definite answer The cashier ot the Bank of Cloverport told the committee that the institution woull help farmers individually as in the i TO EMPLOY TWENTY MEN Rock Quarry Near Town Will Soon Have Full Force At Work The rock quarry abontTa wile and a hair west of town which was opened on Tuesday of last week as van men tioned in the News will soon be in full QI era t ion giving employment to twenty men or more The quarry will be operated by Joseph Zellers and Henry Heim of Canuelton who have the property leased from W S Ashby The operators expect that all of the warmer months of the year will be re quired to get out stone for a new bridge to be built over Salt River by the Henderson Rontea contact tor the material having been made between Heim Zellrs and the railway company early this year A switch has been put in by the Henderson Route at the quarry which is on the main track and derricks have been erected for moving the stone It is understood that some of the men to bQ employed will be secur ed here The quarry has not been in opera tion for several yeais It was for merly operated by 0 L Cormverf the wellknown civil engineer ot Louis vine who was in a serious condition several weeks ago as the result of be ing struck by a street car Startling Mortality Statistics show statUng 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 Hsnse Place Chicago says They have no qual for Con atsShort S Haynes druggists DOING GREAT WORK Rev J T Newsom of Murfrees bore Tenn who conducted the recent revival at the M E church South IL doing a great work at Hawesville where he has been preaching dally at the Methodist church since Sunday March 12 At one service during the past week there were ten conver ideas at another seven and about six at another Interest in the revival at Hawesville is growing and it is ex pectea there will be more conversions before its close which will not be earlier than next Sunday evening About Lilly citizens of Clovorport at tended either the rnrrnlng or the even ing service Sunday paying tribute to the man and the minister lor his worth and showing their appreciation of tho great good be did in Cloverport A large crowd will probably attend next Sunday when train No 48 will beheld at Hawesville until the close of the evening service as it was last Sunday By the Tonic Route The pills that acts as a tonic and not as a drastic purgeare DeWitts Little Early Risers They cure Headache Constipation Biliousness otc Early Risers are small easy to take and a safe pill MacK Hamilton hotel clerk at Valley City N D says Two bottles cured me of chronic constipa tion Sold by All Druggists PICTURES IN COURIER Saturdays CourierJournal contain followingeyoung ladies Miss Yerna Ryan of MrstJas S Younger Misses Ray Heyser Annie Jarboe Eva 1lanK Margaret Burn Matfie Willis Margaret Moor man Lula Severs Maude Polk Edna Jarboe Edith Plank Edith Burn Grace Plank Ella Smith Ree Willis CleonA Weatherholt Donald Murray Jennie Mabel Harris and Jane Smith all of thia city eHAS SMALLPOX McQuady Ky March 21Spe- ctalMrs Perell received a letter from Leitobileld last week stating that her daughter Montie who has beAn visiting in Grayson county for the last two months has smallpox at tne home of her aunt and that sever al persons have been exposed and are under a strict quarantine WILL STUDY LAW Edmund Wroe teacher in the ad vanced department of the Cloverport public school will begin the study of taw at Hawesville under GD Cham bers as soon as school closes past by advances on sixty days and four months time tut would not attempt to finance a warehouse movementBefore adjournment of the con vention the committee mentioned in the first paragraph composed of Tnos and Robt McQavock and W B Taul was appointed by the chair and Sat urday wag set as the date of the next joint convention HL LOCAL RELIGIOUS NEWS Large BaptislngLeague Growing Episcopal Services Today Seventeen persons who united with the Baptist march as a result of the revivnl at the Methodist church were baptised Sunday by Rev C W Chad wick of Louisville in the absence of the pastor Rev S O Christian and because of the continued illness of Rev C T Daniel ot Kansas City Mo who has had charge of the church several weeKS for Rev Christian Part ot the ctuverts were baptised in the river in the afternoon and part at the Baptist church in the evening At the second meeting of the Ep worth League at the Methodist church Sunday afternoon tne time Tof the reg ular meeting was set for 080 oclock every Sunday evening The member ship was increased from thirty to forty lId a still larger increase is expected by next Sunday The League has had an auspicious start Archdeacon M M Benton of the Episcopal church will hold two ser vices in the Methodist church today Holy communion at 11 oclock and evening service at 780 All are cordially invited The Methodist and Presbyterian entireties had two additions each Sunday TO BUILD NEW DEPOT T APedley of Owensboro received the following telegram Monday from L J Irwin general passenger and freight agent of the Henderson Route Referring to conversation Frida evening President Cox instructs w to wire you that this company wil- begln l the erection of a suitable passen gem depot at Owensboro not later tha August 1 and he hopes to begin wor as early as June 1 In consideration of this assurance he hopes it will be con sistent for yoursalf und members of your committee to use their influence to have indictment now pending against the company withdrawn FRYMIRESEVERSCommunicated The marriage of Miss Emma Hurlsy Severs and Mr Ewett W Frymire took place Wednesday evening March 8 190j at 780 oclock Louisville Kv Hev Frank E Moore of Calvary Presbyterian church wad the officiat- Ing minister Mr Frymire is a nephew of Mr and Mrs Jno M Rollins of Union Star and will complete hitI coursein medicate in July receiving his M D aegree Miss Severs is theI second daughter of Mr and J Severe of the same place IMPRESSION FAVORABLE Hardinbsurg Ky March 21Spe- claylion W R Gray of Branden burg was in town Saturday in the in terest of his candidacy for the mums nation of the Republican party lor State Senator He saw a number of the leaders of the party and made a favorable impression His twin broth er was nominated for County Attorney of Meade county in the Democratst primary reeentlv hel- dGILBERTPAYNE IrvingtonKy March 21Special Last Tuesday at the home of the brides parents Mr ana Mrs Sam Payne the marriage of their daughter Miss Eula to Maurice Gilbert was quietly solemnized in the presence of a few friends and relatives the Rtv J T Lewis officiating The happy youug people left on the eastbound train for their tutura home at Murray Ky R M HERNDON TO WED Irvington Ky March 21Spa- ciil Mrs U C Proctor of Cory dan Ky announces the rngageirent of her daughter Nancy Judson Comp ton to R Mack Herndon of Render son The wedding will tae place some time in June Mr Herndon was formerly a Breckenridge county boy and his friends and many relatives congratulate him upon winning the nand of a Henderson county belle MRS SIBTONTON DEAD Patesville Ky March 21Spec- lal Mrs Mollie Simontona high ly respected woman of this place died Sunday morning at the age ot about eighty years She was the widow of the late Isaac Sinionton and was known to her many friends as Aunt Molly She owned much property about town and was a good business woman The funeral was held Monday APPOINTED CONSTABLE J W Hall has been appointed eon stable in the Union Star magisterial district vice Ben H Beanohamp re signed x t iIJiLJt ROYAL Baking Powder MeJkes Clear Bread With Royal Baking Powder there is no mixing with the hands no sweat of the brow Perfect cleanliness greatest facility sweet clean healthful food o Full instructions in the Royal Baker and Pastry Cook book for making all kinds of bread biscuit andcake with Royal Baking Powder Gratis to anyaddress ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO 100 WILLIAM ST NEW YORK DONT MISS iT RatekTO LouisvilleAND RETURN SATURDAY MARCH 25 ACCOUNT Ben HurPERFORMANCE Via LOUISVILLE HENDERSON ST LOUIS RAILWAY r Tickets Good Returning The Following Day ONE AND ONETHIRD FARE FOR THE ROUND TRIP SEND MONEY ORDER DIRECT TO MR JNO T MACAU LEY FOR SEAT RESERVATIONS I ASK THE AGENT FOR FULL INFORMATION DontMissltt i I 1 r IIII- t 4 AI Io 3 he IB litlt1 lh1 impressions or tie pre 1 cut Wlm then shall give him the firstenllplitontmnit null put hIm in the way he should go The parents the teachers And with very little reflec tion they perceive thnt their work does not Interest simply themselves amid the child but thnt they represent nnd administer Impersonal powers and Interests The child should continually appear to them as a future citizen With this ruling Idea they will take thought for two things that complement each otherfor the initial nnd personal force which is germinating in the child and for the social destination of this force At no moment of tholr direction over him can they forget that this lit tIe being confided to their care must become himself and n brother These two conditions far from excluding cacti other never exist apart It is Im possible to lhe brotherly to love to give on J Ir Inliis uwt11 master of him self i 1 i11iprIlfIi I IiI cm possess 1111 r iiiijioucud Iii own Individ u i j until he lynx first nule ht Vfi y through the outward accidents of hu Istence down to the profouud PI ri lags of life where man feels himself ose with other men In all that Is most Intimately his own To aid a child to become himself nid a brother it is necessary to protect hID against the violent and destructive alIon of the forces of disorder These f II Rre exterior and Interior Every c lid Is menaced from without not 0 ly by material dangers but bji the 1r Jddlesonioness of alien wills and f m within by nn exaggerated Idea o his own personality and all the fan- e M it breeds There la a great out v ird danger which may come from the a use of power In educators The r bt of might finds itself a place In ed u atlon with extreme facility To ed u ate nn3ther one must hoe renounced tlls rightthat Is to say made abne K Hon of the Inferior sentiment of per sonal importance which transforms us inh to the enemies of others even of our own children Our authority Is benefi cent only when It Is Inspired by one higherl than our own In this case It is not only salutary but also hulls pensable and becomes in Its turn the best guarantee against the greater per il which threatens the child from with inthat of exaggerating his own Im portance At the beginning of life the vividness of personal Impressions Is so great that to establish an equilibrium they must be submitted to the gentle The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY March 22 1905s EXPERIMENT IN FORESTRY An interesting example ol the pro fitableness of conservative forest man agement in this country is furnished by Dr SBCnhlwelIot Pndncab Icy- oho has dealt in timber laud in the southwestern part of tin State for fiftyeight years In 1847 says Dr Quid well I sold timber from n tract of laud at 1 an acre the pur chaser haying tthe privilege of remov ilug what he wanted anti leaving what be did not want He tools the choice trees but left a considerable Amount standing In 1870 1 sold the timber from the saute tract and got 1 for 1t2 at tree The pnrohner removed an average of 3 trees per ftore In 1a4 I soil the timber from the aline tract for the thud time and Lqft tor it as much us 1 had received t toe second sale Dr Caldwells experience in the Weeds taught him long ago tits wis luO cf conpervaive forest manage ment Thirty yoars ago with ho rrtine into possession ofa tract of about 700 acres near PaUiiuflh he sold H quantity ot the timber for wagon touk At that time forestry in this juntry was virtually unknown Dr Caldwell however wag auffloiently foresighted to allow no trees t be ont except th se which he selected He went About tu the woods and picked out trees whose ten Roll general ap pearance showed they had passed their period of greatest vigor and trees which interfered with promising young growth His forest has been culled a unin er ot times in the past thirty years but HO wisely has the cut ting been done that today the land will averge trout 10000 to 15000board feet per acre This was nn experiment In forestry wnich has amply justified itself and shows how a shrewd farsighted man may even without tech nical advice secure good returns from his woodland without impairing its productive value and while putting himself in position to profit by the steady rise which is taking place in timber values Press Bulletin No 08 United States Department of Agriculture A GUARANTEED CURE FUR CHILLS rudlnlPliesOINTMENT tails to cure any case no matter of how longstanding lne to 14 days First application Rives ease and rest 50c It your tlruKRlst hasnt It send SOc In stamps and It will bo for warded postpaid by Paris Medi cine Co St Louis Mo p i S ti w T5he Simple LifeCopyright 1901 Translated From the French by By LouisIiendeeMcClure Phillips Co Mary By Charles Wagner i1I 1 c rc IU G IC R or IU influence or n cairn nun aupunur mu The true quality of the office of edu cntor is to represent this will to tht child in n manner ns continuous nut as disinterested us possible Educators thou stand for all that is to bo re spected In the world They giro to the child impressions of that which pre cedes it outruns it envelops it but they do not crush It On the contrary Shelr will and all tho Influence they transmit become elements nutritive of its native energy Such use of authority as this cultivates that fruitful obedience out of which free souls are born The purely personal authority of parents masters and institutions Is to the child like tho brushwood be neath which the young plant withers and dies Impersonal authority the authority of a man who has first submitted himself to the time honored realities before which he wishesI the Individual fancy of the child to bond resembles pure nnd luminous air True it has an activity anti influences us in its manner but It nourishes our Indi viduality nnd gives it firmness and sta bility Without this authority there UI no education To watch to guide tor keep a firm hand such is the function of the educator lie should appear to the child not like a barrier of whims which If need be one may clear pro vlded the leap be proportioned to tho height of the obstacle but like a trans parent wall through which may be teen unchanging realities laws limits and truths against which no action Is possible Thus arises respect which Is he faculty of conceiving something greater thou ourselres respect which broadens us and frees us by making us more modest This Is tho law of odn atlon for simplicity It may be summed up in these words To make free tad reverential men who shall bo In llvldual and fraternal Let us draw from this principle sore practical applications From the very fact that the child Is he future he must bo linked to the- 18St by piety We owe it to him to clothe tradition lu the forms most nrnc teal and most fit to create a deep Ini iresslpn whence the exceptional place hat should be given In education to tho indents to the cult of remembrance of the past and by extension to the history of the domestic rooftree Above ill do wo fulfill a duty toward our chll Iron when we give the place of honor to the grandparents Nothing spenks tn n chilI with so much force or so wellI develops his modesty ns to see ra father and mother on all occasions lpre serve toward an old grandfather often Infirm nn attitude of respect It Is n perpetual object lesson thnt Is irresist ible That It may have Its full fOIo it is necessary for a tacit undormtnndhig to obtain among nil the grownup mem tiers of the family To the childs eyes they must nil be In league held to mu timid respect and understanding unCer penalty of compromising their educa tional authority and in their number must be counted the servants Serv ants tire big people amid the same sen timent of respect is injured in the childs disregard of them as in his ills regard of his father or grandfather The moment he addresses nn impolite or arrogant word to A person older than himself he strays from the path thnt a child ought never to quit and if only occasionally the parents neglect to point this out they will soon perceive by his conduct toward themselves that the enemy has found entrance to his heart We mistake if we think that a child is naturally alien to respect basing this opinion on the very numerous examples of Irreverence which ho offers us lie spect Is for tho child n fundamental need Ills moral being foods on it The child aspires confusedly to revere told admire something but when advantage is not taken of this aspiration it gets corrupted or lost By ourr lack of cohesion and mutual deference we the grownups discredit dally in the childs eyes our own cause and that of everything worthy of respect We Inoculate in him a bad spirit whose effects then turn against us This pitiful truth nowhoro nppcars with moro force than In the relations between masters and servants as we have made them Our social errors our want of simplicity mid kindness nil fall back upon the bends of our chll dren There are certainly few people of the middle classes who understand that It Is better to part with many thousands of dollars than to lead their children to lose respect for servants who represent In our households tho humble yet nothing Is truer Maintain as strictly as you will conventions find distances that demarcation of so efal frontiers which permits each one to remain In his place and to observe the law of differencesthat is a good thing 1 am persuaded but on condi ton of nivcr forgetting that those who c id wTMon Ilko our selves Ton require of your domestics certain formulas of speech and certain attitudes outward evidence of the respect they owe you Do you also tend your children and use yourselves man ners toward your servants which show them that you respect their dignity at Individuals as you desire them to re- Spect you Here wo have continually In our homes nn excellent ground for experiment In the practice of that mu tual respect which Is one of the essetv tlnl conditions of social sanity I fcnr wo profit by It too little Wo do not fall to exact respect but we fall to glee It So It Is most frequently the case that we get only hypocrisy and this supplementary result nil unexpected the cultivation of pride In our children These two factors combined heap up great difficulties for that future which we ought to bo safeguarding I am right then lu saying that the day when by your own practices you have brought about the lessening of respect In your children you have suffered a sensible lloss Why should not say it It seems to mo that the greater pnrt of us labor for this loss On nil sides in almost every social rrnk I notice that n pretty toad spirit IK fostered In children n spir it of reciprocal contempt Here those who have calloused hands and working clothes are disdained there it is nil who do sot wear blue Jeans Children educated In this spirit make sail fellow Itlzenn There Is In all this the want f tilt s ieir whlrli makes It pox auto ror men Of good intentions or however diverse social standing to cfll labortite without guy friction arising from the conventional distance that separates them If time spirit of caste causes the loss of respect pnrtlsanshtp of whatever sort lIs quite ns productive of It In certain quarters children nre brought up in such fashion that they respect but one country their own one sys tem of gOllul1lentthat of their parents anti ministers one rollglqn that which they hive been taught Does any one suppose that In this way men can be shaped who shall respect coun try religion and law Is this a proper respect this respect which does not extend beyond what touches mind belongs to ourselves Strange blindness of cliques nail coteries which arro gate to themselves with so much Ingenuous complacence the title of schools of respect and which out Hlilo themselves respect nothing In reality they teach Country religion law we arc nil these Such teaching fosters fanaticism and If fanaticism Is not the sole antisocial ferment it is surely one of the worst and most energetic If simplicity of heart Is nn essential condition of respect simplicity of life is its best school Whatever bo the state of your fortune avoid orythlng which could make your children think themselves more or better than others Though your wealth would permit you to dress thorn richly remember the evil you might do In exciting their vanity Preserve thorn from the evil of be Meting thnt to bo elegantly dressed suffices for distinction and above all do not carelessly increase by their clothes and their habits of life the distance which already separates them from other children Dress them elm ply And If on the contrary It should be necessary for you to economize to give your children the pleasure of flue clothes I would that I might dispose you to reserve your spirit of sacrifice for a better cause You risk seeing It Illy recompensed You dissipate your money when It would much better avail to save IIt for serious needs and you prepare for yourself later on a harvest of Ingratitude How danger Otis it is to accustom your sons und daughters to n style of living beyond your menus nod theirs In the first place It Is very hind for your purse In the second place it develops a con temptuous spirit In the very bosom of the funnily If you dress your children like little lords amid give them to under stand that they ore superior to you Is it astonishing If they mud by dls dalnlng you You will have nourished at your table the declnssed n product which costs dear mind Is worthless Any fashion of Instructing children whoso most evident result Is to lead them to despise their parents and the customs and activities among which they move grown up Is a calamity It Is effective for nothing but to produce a legion of malcontents with hearts totally estranged from their origin their race their natural Interests ev erything In short that makes the fundamental fabric of a man Once de tacked from the vigorous stock which produced them the wind of their restless ambition drives them over the earth- like dead leaves that will in the end be hen pod up to ferment and trot together Nature does not proceed by leaps antI bounds but by an evolution slow and certain lu nronurlnc a career for our iir 1 If children let us mutate her Let us not confound progress and advancement y with those violent exercises called somersaults let us not so bring up our children that they will come to despise work and the aspirations and simple spirit of their fathers let us not expose them to the temptation of being + ashamed of our poverty if they them selves come to fortune A society Is indeed diseased when the sons of peasants becin to feel disgust for the fields To be Continued 4 Wakeful Sleeplessness Is a Sign of Nerve Trou ble and Should Be LooKed To Thero are thrco different manifesta tlons of sleeplessness First hardly to sleep a wink all night second to lie awake a long time before falling asleep third to fall asleep soon waking up after several hours and then find it hard to sleep again They mean that somewhere in the nerve fibres somewhere In tho brain cells somewhere In tho blood vessels that carry blood to the brain something Is radically wronpi and must bo righted or the end may V o worse than death hLSomeble are Dizziness Headache Back ache Worry Fretfulness Irritability Melancholy Lack of Ambition They indicate diseases which may lead to Epilepsy Fits St Vltus1 Danco Nervous Prostration Paralysis Insanity Nothing will give such quick and last Ing relief as Dr Wiles Nervine My husband had been sick for weeks could not sit up to havo his bed made With all the medical help wo could get ho continued to grow worse Ho could neither sleep or eat Our baby girl was sent away and all callers barred because he could not stand n bit of talk ing I road of a case of nervous pros tration cured by Dr Miles Kestorativa Nervine Wo began giving It to him and In a few days ho was able to be dressed From that tlmo ho steadily Improved Nervine saved Ills life MIts A G IIASKIN rreellle N Y FTrialREEPain Pills tho New Scientific Remedy for Pain Also Symptom Blank Our Specialist will diagnose your case tell you what Is wrong and how to right It LABORATORIES ELJUIAKT MWIllfATIIVQ Subscribe for the NEWS t Buildings Erected Since Big Fire Four Years Ago SZ7 rr s tot METHODIST CHURCH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH R FISHERS DRUG STORE AND SIMONS BUlrDINGA BRECKI RIDGE BANK t J s s ti The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY March 22 1005 j REVIVAL ON AMONG 4NEGRO POPULATION Few Days Preaching of Rev T Timberlake Of Ohio Results a In TwentyFive Conversions A revival among the colored popu lation of the town wnlch may equal in number of conversionsand reclama tions thd revival which recently closed at the M E church South is now in full swing at the Ethiopian Baptist church ot whtch Rev A J Ballou is the pastor It is very grab tying to the white citizens to know kthat there is a revival on of more than usual proportions among the col ored people and it will be doubly gratifying lilt they will only keep it tip after the traveling member of their own race who is telling them of the wickedness in their past lives and encouraged many of them to do better hIs taken his departure Rev T Timberlake of Springfield Ohio is the evangelist whose preaching is doing this great work for the colored people He is preaching every bvening to big congregations and ser vices will be continued all this week Several days preaching resulted in twentyfive conversions twenty of whom will become church members ant many more are expected by the pastor before the revival closes next Sunday The revival ifa general one anyfl Rev P L King made a taut at one of the meetings which was great ly appreciated and a number of white citizens have attended souse Qf the services To all Rev Ballou extends a cordial invitation- It is believed that the revival among the white Protestant churets has had some effect indirectly in increasing interest in this revival among the colored populatio- nDEADHEADS AT DINNER A Berlin newspaper contains the fol lowing advertisement Wanted for a firstclass restaurant shortly to be open ed a few welldressed gentlemen of elegant Appearance and distinguished manners to attract customers Meals free and commissionSt James Gazette AFTER FINE LOGS The Sabrina was at Tobinsport sev V oral days last week after a lot of tine oak logs which tshe towed on a barge J to Rockport for Lieb Artmans sawmill The logs were some of the larg est and most valuable ever cut in this section WILL MEET HERE The Oweusboro district conference of the M E church South will meet at the Methodist church in this city on May 23 21 25 and 26 Plans will soon be made for the proper entertainment of all visitors who will attend the con ference WORLD TO END SOON Decatur Ind Waiting for th world to come to an t nd and advocating the creed of their sect several families of this cityunder the leadership of William Whittredge fo merly of Elgin Ohio are preparing for the millennium which they say will cpme some time in April THE BfM 1 MEDICINE WOMEN If you arc nervous and tired out continually you could havo no clearer warning of the approach of serious female trouble Do not wait until you suffer un bearable pain before you seek treat ment Ion need AY ino of Cordui now just as much as if the trouble were more developed and tho tor turing pains of disordered men Btruauon bearing down pains leucorrhoea backache and head acho wero driving you to the un failing relief that Wino of Cardui has brought hundreds of thousands of women and will bring you Wine of Cardui will drive out all trace of weakness and banish nervous spells headache arid back symptomsfrom gerous troubles that wIll be hard to check Secure a 6100 bottle of Wino of Cardui today If your dealer does not keep it send the money to tho Ladles Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Jledicino Co Chattanooga Tenn and the modicino will be sent you f WINE i CARDV LEARN HOW TO FORGET I HH Haynes Shows When We Should Not Remember ThIngsII H H Haynes writes to the News from Georgetown Texas as follows Much is said and written nowa dnys about cultivating the memory Scnoolg have been established for the purpose ot teachinc memory culture The young are taught how to train the memory so that they may be able to retain Iimpressions remember even past history recall past experience and so onall of which is a good thing A good memory is necessary to success financial social and religious A welltrained memory is a very useful thing to possess It not only makes life more enjoyable to ourselves and those around us but it makes us more useful1 But with all of our memory train ing we should learn bow to forget Perhaps there are more people who need to learn how to forget than to learn how to remember Forgettt ng can bo learned just as easy as remembering but it requires just the opposite kind of training But in learn ing how to forget the things wo should forget will help us to r mem ber thA things we should remember The things that are unpleasant the things that irritate the things that make us feel bitter and unkind these are the things we should banish to absolute forgetfulness The health of the body as well us the mind depends upon forgetting To let memory of a wrong linger and rankle mjtne mind will not only dis sipateI the mental energy but it will react upon the body Forgetting IP splendid nervine for both body and mind If any one has been mean to you has wronged you heaped slander upon you treated you coldly forget it Remembering it will not undo it but will only niaite you irritable bitter and angry that it out of your memory and let it return to the one who sent it It is sure to do so for it is a law that that which id sent out will return again to the sender II Forget the peculiarities of your friends forget their faults Remember only their good qualities Forget your disappointments forget your annoy ances forget all the disagreeable things By forgetting you will develop for yourself a better disposition a good natural temper a cheerful manner a healthful body How shall you forget By turning your mind to better things When the remembrance of unpleasant things crowd into your mind use your will power and deny them a foothold Turn your thoughts immediately to some thing more pleasant Pick up some good book or get out in the fresh air and behold the beauty and nar mony ot nature Every night as the sun goes down let all the disagreeable happenings of the day pass away on the twilight and sink into oblivion Go to sleep with the thought of pleasant tnings in your mind Pleasant and llarmlcs Dont drug the stomach to cure a cough One Minute Cough Cure cuts the mucus draws the inflammation out of the throat lungs and bronchial tubes heals soothes and cures A quick cure for Croup and Whooping Cough One Minute Cough Cure re lieves a cough in one minute because it acts first on the mucus membrane right where the cough troublesin the throat or deepseated on the lungs Sold by All Druggists TO VOTE HOW TO VOTE The people will at the November election be called upon to vote on the ques tion of amending the Constitution of Kentucky so as to provide for viva voice voting instead of the secret ballot as at present The act providing for n vote on thus question was passed at the last regular session of the Legislature and became a law June 14 1104 Politici ans hal lost sight of the fact that the act had been passed and the general public had not discussed the matter Viva voice voting was practiced in Ken tucky up tothe time of the adoption of the Australian ballot law STATE FAIR WINS Fraufort Ky March 15The Court QC Appeals i1al opinion by Chief Justice Hob on reversed the Franklin Circuit and State Fiscal Court in the case of the Kentucky Livestock Breed ers Association vs linger Auditor The action was brought to test the con stitutionality of the law the Auditor having refused to issue his warrant for 15000 provided for manteuarce of the State Pair The lower court held the law invalid and this court reverses upholding the hw and sustaining the appropriation and contention of the Kentucky Breed ers Association MILLIONSPLEDGED A dispatch to the CourierJournal from Elkton Ky saysII Executive Chairman Ewing of the Dark Tobacco Planters Association says 70000000 pounds have been already pledged and be has propositions from money centers to take it as soon as ready for the market j t t 4 c I WOMEN NOT TRUTHFUL This Statement Has Been Unjustly Made Because Modest Women Evade Questions Asked By Male Physicians IjrLPsrarmer Mrs Ella Lee An eminent physician says that Women are not truthful they will lie to their physician Thus statement should be qualified women do tell the truth but not the whole truth to a male physician but this is only in re gard to those painful and troublesome disorders peculiar to their sex There can be no more terrible ordeal to a delicate sensitive refined woman than to be obliged to answer certain questions when those questions are physicianThisi married women Is it any wonder then that women continue to suffer and that doctor- fail to cure female diseases when they cannot get tho proper information to work on- This is the reason why thousands and thousands of women are now corre sponding with Mrs Iinklmm To he they can and do give every symptom so thut she really knows more about the true condition of her patients through her correspondence with themI than the physician who personally questions them Ifyou suffer from any form of trouble peculiar to women write at once to Mrs Pinkham Lynn Mass and she will advise you free of charge The fact that this great boon whichl is extended freely to women by Mrs Pinkham is appreciated the thou sands of letters received by her prove Many such grateful letters as the fol lowing are constantly pouring in Ask A Woman Best Understands A Womans OFFICIAL REPORT Central Methodist The missionary institute for the Nest ern half of the Eliznbethtowu district was held at Irvingtnn February 21 and 22 Rev P C Duvall P E presiding A very complete programme had bee nrrnnged by the P E and the brtet rest to wlnm topics were assigned were most of them present and filled their places well Altogether in spite of somewhat unfavorable circumstances the meetiug was a success There was interest and enthusiasm froth the beginning to the end The aternum of the second dny was given to the wont ens work Miss Tula C Daniel repre senting the Womans Foreign Mission ary Society and Miss Ada Lewis the Womans Home Mission work Miss Lewis succeeded in organizing a society with fourteen members W A Hynes Secretary HAVE OWN PAP ER George H Newman writes in as follows to Up To Date Farming concernng the local union Ai of Em at Mattingly of which he is n memberWe meet twice a mouth and always have an interesting program after the regular business is disposed of We have speaking songs recitations selections and a paper we call Equity edited and read by one of the mem bers ASTORIAFor Infants and Children The You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signatulo of c HERES ONE FOR YOU A train one mile long starts from the station at Cloverport The engineer leaves the station and the ccnductor waits until the caboose comes when he jumps on the caboose and walks for ward over the train When the engine reaches the next station Skillniai seven miles distant from Cloverport the conductor steps off the engine How far does the conductor ride and how far does he walk Mr J 1l 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 bottle of Par caiuph the trouble has die appeared much to her satisfaction 1 u ed it also on my sore foot tender trom much walking and it gave me great relief Paraoamph makes the skin soft smooth and healthy TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Tnko LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Jab lets All druirplsts refund the money It It falls to cure L W Ororus signature Is on box 23c J n 11 wf i t f I MrsElla Leo Frank ford Ind iteatII Dear Mrs Pinkham I mcd1cillO Three years ago I had Inflammation of the ovaries ainll ulcers on my womb I was under andthodoctorflnnllywould bo nn invalid tho rest of my life I hnd given up in Impair but ono evening I camo across one of your advertisements and decided to writo you for advico I did so nnd com gotnhle mill today I inn n well woman nnd I know it is all due to your advice and medicine ElliottsAvenue St Louis Mo writes Dear Mrs Pinkhnm 14 I cannot thank 3 ouenough for what your advico and medicines have done for mo They have done mo moro good than all tho doctoral ever had Fufferedrwith female troubles was very weak had nervous prostration and could not do myIwork but I am happy to any Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound has made aI perfecthoolth I pounds to 12S poundsiNo other medicine in the world has received such widespread and unquali fled endorsement No other medicino i has such a record for actual cures of female ills as has Lydia E Pinkhama Vegetable Compound Mrs Pinkham invites all sick women to write her for advice She has guided thousands to health Address Lynn Mass Mrs PinUhams Advice Ills part Kind W S BALL QUOTED I I harmingSociety of Equity W S 13IITardinsburg is quoted as follows The tobacco trust tells us that the reason we cannot get the vest of our production for tobacco is because there is too much of it Let us take them at their word furnish them half as much and then charge them three times asI much for it This quotation is in the PInt and FineCut column of the tobacco de partment of the pape- rOBITUARY Mrs Elizabeth Brow died at her home near Gustou March ai IgO She t as born in Virginia October 0 1S16 and moved with her parents Mr and Mrs George Iluddleston to Kentucky in ltn amid was married to Worden Brown June 2 1S36 To this union were born eight children four of whom survive She was a member of the Bap tist church for over s veuty years She was a true and devoted mother a kind and generous friend and none knew her but to love her Her place can never be filled in the hearts of her children tied grandchildren She was laid to rest at her old homestead March 1 amid a sorrowing crowd of friends and relatives A Granddaughtar Mothers Listen Protect your babies from that dread ed disease Croup by applying Para earn pn freely and giving ten to fifteen drops internally Pnracamph is safe and sure It does not contain any Co caine Opium or Chloroform It is mothers remedy mind should be in every home every day m the year SEVERELY BURNED Mrs Reuben Laumau was severely burned and scalded She overturned a tea kettl of boiling water spilling the entire contents on herself She has bein confined to her bed for more than a week suffering excruciating agony I Frvmire cor Meado County Messenger I Ida 1 1 i 1J fa i iwJlljJ 1 a 0 Bankof HardinsburgA OFFICKRS B F BKAKD PRESIDENT M H BRAXD Cashier DIRECTORS t Morris Fskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beard Dr A N Kincheloe D S Richardson iiInsured against loss by fire or burglary e Interest paid on time deposits X00 0 0 t 00 00 0 N N 1 uw The Breckinridge Bank Cloverport Ky Cap tal Stock 45100 Surplus 7000 Incorporated Organ zed n 1872 W H BOWMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier DR F L LIGHTFOOT VPres CHAS B SKILLMAN Asst Cashier Accounts of Firms Individuals and Corporations solicited Any business entrusted to us will receive prompt amid careful attention Storage place for packages in our fireproof vault furnished our customers free NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS depositsuFirst State Bank IRVINGTON KY W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VlcePreidentm S II H KEMPER Cashier SSAccounts of Corporations Firms and Individuate solicited O e Interest Paid on Time Deposits 1Dm Qeoe8GCo L eeoeoGeeee A c =i THE Ij Fifth Avenue I HOTELn I Louisville KyII jai f lUgrf R R llocated making principal shoppliiR district principal theatres Street oo i 0000000000000000 00000 000000000000 DAN BROOKS CO LIVE STOCKgIi COMMISSION nERCHANTS I II CENTRAL STOCK YARDS LOUISVILLE KY I FRISCO SYSTEfi Chicago Eastern Illinois Double Daily Trains BETWEKX St Louis AND Chicago MORNING AND EVENING From LaSalle Street station Chicago 950 m910 From Union station Merchants Bridge Louis 930 m9146 Morning evening connection with lines diverging entirely modern A DOUBLETRACK RAILWAY Equipped practical approved safety Substantially constructed MiUU Stylish Comfortable Tailor made clothes All the latest patterns suits and trousors in high gnulo fabrics Clothes made by modern guaranteed Moderato prices pert tailor employed II Casper May S Co Cnnneltou lAyers Pills = The most centrally and v- IJrstclass hotel In the city a J 200 rate one from the I and two blocks from the cars paw the door to all j- of the city- Ererythlar neat andeleanj o J 00 0 00 0 is M a p m st a p m or at bothttrmini Equipment new and throughout and applianes rgl JII r fur methods Fit Ex s j IIUNSCHE Ind only Only block parts j 4 000 t with u V G BABBAGE AttorneyatLawPUBLIC Mary years experience in set thng estates All collections reas I onableCloverport Kentucky One fiftinute Gough+ Cure I For Coughs Colds and Croup u Sanfords Fine Inks 6 MucilageI- nI full assortments of handy size bottles Library mind photo pastes to boot JNO D BABBAGE School books etc Wake up your liver Cure your constipation Get rid of your biliousness Sold for 60 years Lowe t Mall Want your moustache or beard B C C lNg HAMS DYJilabeautiful brown or rich black Use nm Ts f Sli su au- w f 11 c i f c r J THEM BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D and V G BABBAGE Editors and Proprietors WednesdayVs at the end of year CARDS OF THANKS over live lines charged for at the rate of FItlOcents per line- OBITUARIES charted for at the rate of 5 cents per lino Money in advance ri Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct pleasei notify us- When ordering a change in the address Subscribers should give their old as well as the now addr- essEIGHT J WEDNESDAY MARCH PAGES 22 1905 1 TUOUOUTS God help our nation if temperance does not keep the control in our palaces and cottages in our cities and villages Bishop Burgess TJIM wheat crop never looked better at this time of year no n WIIKX the colleos weak and cold theres a storm at oiu house TILE threat of cotton growers to hold cotton for better prices iisI cawing some alarm in the cotton trade THEUE is a place for every man in this town who wanfs to work and is not afraid of it when he gets at ii JULIAN Buowx is a good man to have in any town Hes a hus tler and is not afraid lie builds businesses and houses told sells an keops his money moving FAKMKUS had in their hands on March 1 according to the Depart I ment of Agriculture 111000000 bushels of wheat 95100000- bushels of corn and 378000000 bushels of oats TILE Clovcrport Foundry is running night and day and this means I increased output increased pay roll and increased prosperity for I Clovorport The new management is to be congratulated As a result of the generall agitation against the Standard Oil Co it has been discovered that the corporation has been escaping taxation on property valued at 2500000 in the state of West Virginia Mus Frank Fraie who is sojourning at St Augustine Florida puts us under obligations for late St Augustine papers There is att sweet satisfaction in being kindly remembered by far away visitorsc T THE walk ways on the Stephensport bridge need repairing There is a hole in one walk way that a man or woman could go through another that a child could step through They are dangerous and need attention THE people the voters of this county want W II Bowmer to make the viler for the Legislature They say they would like to have the pleasure ofvoting for him Now it is up to the politicians to nominate him MusI G A FOOTE of Bcwleyvillc dealer in purebred Plymoutho Rocks and Hrahmas carried oil two second prizes on her fowls at theC recent poultry shows in Louisville and Owcnsboro She has some as handsome birds as ever graced a pen and is doing a line business CuriiiiEKT POWELL a commercial writer for more than a quarter of a century in close touch with the packing industry declares that the average net profit of the packers instead of 2 per cent on the price of cattle as given in the Garfield report is 741 per head or 15 percent on the price of cattleand that this profit is turned over every two to four weeks L FAUMEUS arc not letting go their tobacco as some people predict ed they would when the first season came It is a fact that the farmers are getting closer together and standing firmer for their price with every succeeding day There is practically no break in their lines They are displaying the strength of the little raps and like the Taps they have a cause to stand for PKESIDEXT ROOSEVELTS highest ambition is to be like Washington and Lincoln as near as he can Now if the men who hold the of fices in this country and those who are seeking them would emulate Mr Roosevelt troubles in our land and country instead of increasing would grow less Emulating President Roosevelt is the highest standard of American manhood and citizenship to our mind WE are indebted to Col Bert Cunningham of Chenault for a choice barrel of Hen Davis apples No other man knows better how to produce them Its nice to be remembered by your friends and no man appreciates these things more than the NEWS man Heres J hoping Colonel that your years may be long in the land and that your orchards will continue to heat abundant fruit and your prosperity have no bounds a TUB importation of a fiftyfour horse power has engine into this town by Mr Eugene Ilaynes reminds us that twentyone years ago we imported little twohorse power gasoline engine the first of its kind ever installed in the town It was an old style machine run byt gasoline and a hot tube Wo used this for several years and then put in one run by natural gas the first of its kindused and the first to- tutilize natural gas for manufacturing purposes We are now using a fifteenhorse power and this will give you some idea of how we have grown HKXUV MOOUMAXS highest ambition he says is to walk the streets of Harclinsburg and have the people call him Judge Moor man And when that comes I want to walk the streets with a baby in any arms calling me poly Laudable ambitions they are I haveIentirely out of his campaign andsay to the voters l I am going to make this race on hightoned honorable principles I am not going to use money or whisky to secure a votef let others d- as 0 they may Now if the young man will take our advice he will rally to his support all the good men and women in this goodcounty of Brcckenridiro 0 CLOVEUPOUT is growing in population in business in mann factories in buildings in goodness and in everything that goes t slake a liveprosporous town Put your faith in Clovorport and stick to it If every Cloverporter would do his best told set his key to a tune that rings out each morning clear and strong to our opportun ities thorod bo life and enthusiasm in the old town and money and work a plenty for every man and woman in it Its believing in one self and in his town that makes things ll10eIf you dont believe theres something doing in Clovorport watch the trains and see the comers and goers they load und unload heroand if there wasnt some thing doing people would not come and they would not go Ask the bankers they can tell you a tale of the money that flows in and ou- Nothing t over their counters their story would open your eyestoo doing in Clovorport Dont you never believe it 1Qr THIS nv CATARRH1 la sure to 1GIVESatisfaction Elys Cream Balm 0 Relief at Once It cleanses soothes and heals the ills eased membrane It FhIEcurest In tho Head julckly It Is absorbed Heals and Protects the Membrane Restores tho atdruJELY ItR01IIFRs Nm Vttrren Street Y ANNOUNCEMENTS volt JAILER Lyonds dote for jailer of nreckenrldgo county sub ject to the action of the Democratic conven Lion April 3 FOR JAILER ttrhallOC IlreckenrldKe county subject to the action of the Republican party FOR COUNTY JUDGE t IIenryDeHaenCounty Judge of HreckenridRO county sub- Ject to the action of the Democratic party FOR REPRESENTATIVE t7i 1c are authorized to announce Selby II V V JlcCracken as a candidate for Represent atlve tram Ilreckenrldge county subject to the action of the Democratic party CALLED AGAIN Kcv AY A Lusk who has been the pastor of the Baptist church of this place for the past year was unanimously called at the meeting held last Sunday to pastor the church for the ensuing year Rev Lush is one of the most able preachers in the Delta and his excellent qualities as a mixer and- social gentleman has endeared himl to every one in our town AYe congratulate the church for their wisdom in calling so consecratedl and brilliant a pastor as Rev Lusk Sunflower Tocsin Indian h Miss Rev Lusk is a soninlaw of Mr and Mrs J E Keith of this city and is wcllknown here GETS MOOLEYVILLE RIG Judge AVamplcr has gone to Mooleyvillc Ivy above Stephens port to personally superintend loading the oilrig for Hawesville and it will be here this week and drilling will begin as soon as the derrick can be erected Hawes ville Plaindealer WORTH HEARING- It is expected that the concert to be given next Tuesday evening at Oelzes Hall by Louisville talent under the auspices of D II Baldwin Co and for the benefit of tie Methodist Sun dayschool will be one of the best of the kind ever heard in Cloverport The concert will be strictly ttigh lass and will be worth hearing by every oneThe prices will be popular I BELL LORE i Probnlile Origin of the Saying Nine TuilorN lithe a JltutY The incinl used for a bell Is three parts of copper and one of tin and this composition Is almost as old as the known history of mankind for It was discovered by Luynrd In the hells of old Xlnevch Tho tin hardens the met al but too much makes It brittle and bell is a dainty and delicate creature and above all things must not be driv en to cracking Sometimes uu enthu elastic ringer will bump the bell against the wooden stay above and It Sometimes the long falling of he clapper on a particular spot will make a crack and the bell should lhe turned every generation or so to make he clapper full on a new place Clock hammers are the bells great enemy for thor strike It sideways and not in the direction of Its swing and besides they sometimes catch It as It sweeps poet A ringer who to save his muscles rings by a rope attached to the clapper will destroy the bell In next to no timeII now j for bells but strange to say is almost as unmusical as lead In the middle ages when n great bell was to be cast I crowds of the faithful would sometimes make sacrifice of their cold and surer ornaments and plate by casting then into the melting pot but the onl effect was to depreciate the tone In China und other eastern lands bells are rung to frighten away devils mill some of the biggest bells in the world are in Buddhist temples But even In Christian England it was long believed that bells would dissipate storms and when they were cast there was a solemn ceremony at which they received naives This was called by tho common people the baptism of the bell The bishop began the ceremony by solemnly washing the bell with water into which salt had been cast then lie anointed it with holy and chrism oil In the forte of a cross formally conse crating and dedicating the bell to tho divine service Candles were burned and the bell was solemnly incensed Many old bells had quaint und curl ous Inscriptions A bell at Sherborne In Dorsetshire dated 1052 was evi dently Intended chiefly as n warning in case of lire for it was inscribed Lord quench this furious flame Arise run help put out the same The greatest bell in the world is that at Moscow weighing 100 tons But up parently there was some accident at Its birth for It is cracked and there is no record of it ever having been rung In England the greatest bells are Great Paul of L don made In 1881 and weighing nearly seventeen tons Big Ben of Westminster 1858 thirteen and onehalf tour and Peter of York 1845 ten and threequarters tons Big Ben and Great Peter were both cast by the Whltechapcl foundry Great Peter cost about 2000 and is over eight feet across It was cast at Whltechapcl and allowed twelve days to cool Even Its clapper weighs a hunderwelght It took sixteen men to toll it Now it Is little used but always rings the old year out on the night of Dec 31 It is also sometimes used as a minute bell at deaths and funerals bellslis that in them probably originates the foolish saying that Nine tailors make a man In many parts of the coun try the death bell rings three times for a child six for a woman and nine for a man It is suggested that the true reading of the proverb is that Nine tellers make a man FAMOUS FRUIT LANDS- OF THE EAST TEXAS COUNTRY Home of the Elberta peach the straw berry plum pear tomato and other fruits and vegetables Big money in ti growing for the northern markets On February 7th and 21st March 7th Q and 21st round triphomeseekers tickets from St Louis Thebts Cairo or lien phis to Texas points at rate of one fare plus 2 not exceeding 15 One way colonist ticket at half farett plus 2 on February 21st and March 1 21stWrite for booklet on Texas fruit lands map and time table j LOS HAEFERToPA J Cotton Belt Route Cincinnati 0 Thermometers safeguard towards maintain f ing an equable temperature in ft the house a source of satisfac J tion when the frost is on the jj window pane and you are III curious to know how cold it is 7 Ioutside AYo have just tho thing you want In addition j to the thermometer there goes with it a color barometer = which foretells all wo atho Ichanges from 12 to 21 hours in advance Send us 25 cents and wo will send you ono byII mail post paid Or better still send us a dollar for a years subscription to the NEWS and we will send you one free AAre only have n limited num her of these Send your at once and got one thoy are all gone ordorjj J D BABBAGE Editor BRECKENRIDGE CLOVERPORT NEWSII Formerly time passing bell was rung not after but before the departure of a dying person which must have been very disconcerting to the invalid The idea was that the soul got up out of the body and walked away although Invisible So the bell was rung to wars the invisible world the door and window of the sickroom were opened 0to give the soul a free choice of ex its and all looking glasses were care tally draped over For although you could not see the soul you might catch a glimpse of it in the glass with dire results to yourself unless the mir grocs were carefully covered London News Slinll mind Will It is very well writes a correspond eat on that subject of grammar which excites correspondents ns meter excites poets It Is well and easily done to rebuke the reviving Celt for his snails and wills But are we real ly prepared to give him n rule The customary glib and complacent answer that roughly speaking will implies inysome degree fails entirely to account for the interchange of these verbs with chnngo of persons And when wo ex press a mere future without either vo lition or compulsion wo use shall for time first person and will for the sec and and third I shall dine at 8 you will dine at 8 lie will dine at 8 Why What have we to say for ourselves to time Latin and the Celt And yet tho English child and the English coster monger who may get nothing else right never make n mistake in this most arbitrary customLondon Chronicle The Man Who In In Earnest The vital necessity for the qualities of inspiration reatlty and magnetism was brought home to me when I was a schoolboy fiddling at college functions I saw speakers who came forward and whowell just spoke so many words Then would come an orator a man who acted the part who lived the part who was the part because he believed It and so swept the people off their feet J P Sousa in London Interview One Occupation Lena A visitor at a small resort on the coast says the Cincinnati Commercial Tribune asked one of the men whom he saw at the village store what he did all summer Loaf amid fish replied time native What do you do in the winter con tinued the inquiring visitor We dont fish IIIn Prescription Failed Doctor after the diagnosis Appar ently your system is run down from nervousness superinduced by loss of sleep My advice would be for you to try sleeping on your left side awhile Fair PatientBut doctor I am slight Ily deaf in my right ear and my husband talks in his sleep New York Times Glmlfltoncn Unpopularity Gladstone was not beloved He was nn institution How can one love an institution A member told me that he asked another Liberal why he disliked Gladstone Time reply was Oh he is always so In the rlghtIIrolD M D Conwnys Autobiography JAS LAWLESS DEAD Patesville Ky March 21Spe Take Tablets Million boxes in months This M vial JJaslLawlefls the sixteenyear old son of Dr W L Lawless who re moved his family from this place to Horse Branch about a year agodied at Tell City were he nun a sister of in flammatory rheumatism The remains accompanied by relatives were brought here Sunday for intermentI MORE TELEPHONESJJ The Irvington Bewleyville Gaston Telephone company has been or ganized with the following officers Dr P W Foote president D 0 Heron secretav P W Foote John French D U Heron Oeo S Morris Hon Chasll1anford directors The line will connect the Home telephonew at bewleyville Posts are now being put up for the line The company starts with about twenty subscribers PICTURE IN TIMES I Saturdays Louisville Times contI a large handsome picture of t Miss Pauline loo man ot Hillaboro Texas who is visting her aunt Mrs L T Roberts of Stephensport and who is well known in the conn ty The head over the picture was Talented Visitor From Texas Miss Moorman being an accomplished mu sinian STATE FAIR At a meeting of the Executive Committee of the Kentucky Livestock Breeders Association Monday after noon it was decided to nold a State Fair in either Louisville or Lexington September 18 to September 23 inclu sive In view of the past experience of the association it was decided no otner cities would be I Allen Jarboe is on the sick list Mr and Mrs T G Lynch are sick t i- Mr and Mrs James Lynch of this place went to Louisville Monday Miss Anna Lamb spent a few days of last week with Mrs Al bert Wright of Roseville Mr and Mrs Aretus Ilaynes of W Va are visit ing friends and relatives here A number of men from this place went to Strawberry Station Monday to work on theH S St L roadbed A T Blain of Memphis Tenn who has been visiting the familyIt of J Mr Fawver went to Louis 1 ville Monday on business Rev Galloway of Fordsville 0 his regular appointment here I Sunday and Sunday night andon the account ofso many deaths the congregation was small There were two corpses in this town Sunday night that of James Lawless and Mrs Mary Simonton Both funerals were held the fol lowing dav at the M E church WE ARE UNLOADING LUMBER DAILY At our several yards and are prepared to supply your wants with choice yNEW stock at prices tllllt we are sure will please you f ISUIJPOSO you Rive us a chance to figure on your next requirements In tho 1 i JP Will Co LUMBERMEN LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY m r IWIIWfIli NOTICE i All persons owing the estate of M Hamman or M Ham man tC Son are requested to call and settlo with C W Hamman All persons having claims against the estate to present same properly proven 4 I i CHRISTINA HAMMAN LMA k ItF To Cure a Cold in One Laxative firomo Quinine Seven sold past 12 Signature with tamed CERTAINI that consider- edPATESVILLE Fayetteville filled Executrix- lWI Day rs 1Cures1I F j on every box 25c I 1 I JUST t ONE WORD that word Is 9 TI1118-f It refers to Dr Tutts Liver Pills an- dMENNSst1HEALTHr f f constipatedTroubled indigestionSick VirtlgoBilious C BiliousInsomnia i ANY of these symptoms and many others Indicate Inaction of the HVFlt You 3XTO- GC3LTuttsi Pills Take No Substitute r cThe Breckenridge News 4WEDNESDAY March 22 1005 Ij Seu 1npham Bros for shoes oJ Fresn fish at the English Kitchen j t W H Bowmer was at Skillman Fri 1 dayFresh fish tried at the English Kitchen fJ W H Moore of Owensboro was here Sunday 4 Northern eaing potatoes GSa per bu a f Popham Bros t 5 WT Tilford was in Louisville part 41 of last week- FarmersV all go to the Englisn Kitch en for their lunch t Mrs 0 DeHaven went to Holt Sun L Wday to spend several days fli T Mrs T L Caley and children went i to Hawesville last weeK to reside L Henry Weatherholt of Caunelton iff has been here this weed visiting rela r tines t Rev T C Kerr of Hodgenville was In the city from Wednesday until SundayS A Baker returnee Monday from the tobacco growers convention at Greenville T1 J D BabbageJr is at home from college at Beechmont because of a re cent illnese Mrs Fralze Mattingly of Owens boro has been visiting Mr and Mrs 0 B MaUlngly Chris Ohm returned Sunday to Tell City after a visit of several dnys to his brotiierConGltm Fraize Mattingly of Owensboro was the guest or his parents Mr and Mrs I O B Mftttlngly Sunday it Mrs Enlow Smith returned Sunday to Cannel ton after a visit to her L daughter Mrs Jesse Isome Fridayti prom Leitnhtiuld accompanied by her sisterinlaw Mrs H N Adams Miss Elizabeth Skillman went to jt Hawesville Thursday to visit Mrs lien Bentley and other friends Dr and Mrs FreJ DeHaven of Louisville were the guests of his is mother Mrs Mary DeHaven Sunday r WEEDS4 Consumption is a human I weed flourishing best in weak V lungs Like other weeds its feasily destroyed while young when old sometimes impossible I Strengthen the lungs asyou r would weak land and the t weeds will disappear 4The best lung fertilizer is Scots Emulsion Salt pork t is good too but it is Very hard to digest r The time to treat consump tion is when you begin trying to hide it from yourself Others see it you wont Dont wait until you cant deceive yourself any longer Begin with the first thought to take Scotts Emulsion If it isnt reallyconsumption Iso much the better you will soon forget it and be better for the treatment If it is consump tion you cant expect to be curedat once but if you willI begin in time and will be rigidly regular in your treat ment you will win Scotts Emulsion fresh air youti can thats the treatment and thats the best treatment We will send you a little of the Emul sion free Be lure 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 V SOC and Sr all druggists f 1ti1J ro1j Popham Bros want your produce Wave Roff wasjip from Owensboro SundayTom Watsons magazine for April at the News offic- eSimmsThoman of Hawosville WitS here Wednesday Your lunch is always ready at the English Kitchen fins Brown of Hardinsburg was here Thursday Everybodys magazine for April at the News oflic D W Murray was at home from West Point Sunday Fresh fish dressed or undressed at tho English Kitchen Mr and Mrs Darnell Dowden were at Brandenburg Sunday the guests of relatives Everything in canned and green fruits and vegetables at lowest prl es Popham Bros Rev OW Chad wick of Louisville was the guest of Mr and Mrs S fl McUracken from Saturday until1 MondayMr Mrs Wiokliffe DeHaven and Miss Mayme DeHaven went to Louisville to see the production of Ben Hur at Macauleys theatre Monday Mrs Foster Lightfoot and Miss Sal lie Lightfoot returned Saturday to Hawesville lifter a visit ot several days to Dr and Mrs F L Lightfoot Madison L Christian of Clinton Iowa formerly of this city was here Sunday and Monday the gust ot the family of Rev S U Christian- A L Fort vice president and gen eral manager of the Cloverport Water Light d Ice company was here from Louisville part of last weeK on a busi ness trip 4v LOCAL BRIEFS hillard Bros bought fifty heart of cattle last week to pasture on their farm it Judge Wills was sufficiently recover ed last Friday trom nis recent Illness to convend police court the first time in several weeds There was only one criminal case on the docket that of Price Ray of Owensboro charged with conducting an auction without a license Mr Ray was found guilty on three charges and fined 5 and costs in each case Prof WRQrayof Brandeuhurgcandi date for State Senator subject to the action of the Republican party was in the city Saturday in the interest of his race The 54 horse power gasoline engine bought by the Star Roller Mills has been shipped here from Louisville and will soon be installed The river has been falling rapidly for several days and several rafts of logs and cross ties are being gotten out ot Clover creek Tne well being put down at the site of the Ice factory by Ritchie Kins ley of West Point will probably be completed by the end of this week Six men took their first degree in the K P lodge Monday night it An infant of Mr anti Mrs Chas Wagner died last Wednesday night The interment was at Evansville Thursday morning Chas Bohler left yesterday morning with a grading crew for Strawberry Station near Louisville to do work for the Henderson Route on their extension of track from West Point to Louisville The following compose tne grading crew Horace John and Fred Newton Warfield Col lins Jeff Miller John Hawkins Wm Sanders and Douglas Williams of this city and Mint Clark and Tom Harmon of Patesville Preparations were made Monday to take J R Elliott the tailor whox has been seriously ill of liver trouble for several months yesterday to Eden ton N C where his brother W O Elliott resides but Mr Elliott was not able to leave his bed at the boarding house of H 0 Pate whose son Raymond Pate was to accompany Mr Ulllott to Edenton On Sunday April 2 between thirty and forty negroes will be baptised in the Ohio John Johnson the worn train negro who escaped from Marshal DeHaven while under arrest and was shot at is still at largo and his whereabouts are still unknown Though there are scores of idle negro men and boys about town J H Phelou says tnat he has great difficulty to secure hands for the tobao o warehouse IIr which he is the manager A crowd is being made up to go to yI lt7i M nlft 7 I DR R P KEENEIIr IDImlili I ID IfIi 1IiI Ii v Will be In Dr LWitfoots office one Jjr II week out of eaoh month prepared to III1 jl rIt I J r+ WWilljj be Here April 10 to 20 = = Hawesville Thursday evening to hear Rev Newsom preach C B Pate father of J W Pate has moved here from Matting y and will occupy the residence formerly oc cupied by W T Tiltord BRYANS SUGGESTIONS Lincoln Neb March 17Int- he Commoner issued to ayrJ11 Bryan says he has received many letters from the rankand file of Democrats announcing their readiness to begin the light of 1908 and asking for suggestions These he gives as follows Let each Democrat pledge himself to attend all the primaries of his party to be held between now and the next Democratic Na tional Convention unless unavoidably l prevented and to use his in fluence to secure a clear honest and straightforward declaration of the partys position on every question upon which the voters of the party desire to speak This plan does not involve the writing of a platform in advance of the primaries it does not rest upon the paramount importance ofany one issue It recognizes the right of the Democratic voters to control t the policy of the Democratic party and to determine its posi tion upon public questions It al so recognizes the importance of honesty and sincerity in politic- sMATTINGLY Mrs Mace Hawkins is sick 1rB Taul contemplates moving hereLaurence Lynch son of Win Lynch is quite sick Rev G W Richards will preach at Pisgah church next Sunday Mr and Mrs T N Brickey at tendedchurch at Pisgah last Sun day Mr and Mrs Joe Mullen will shortly move on their farm near CloverportMrs Taul and Samuel Brickey went to Evansville last Thursday 0 John Bates of McQuady and B F Frank went to Patesville SundayMrs W Moorman is visit ing her parents Mr and Mrs C D HambletonClint and Ben MqQuady toLouis111eRev John Morton of Clover port filled his appointment nt Pis gah church last Sunday Herons Pate Nobo Pate and C B Pate sold a nice lot of cattle last week to Lillard Bros Mr1 and Mrs Wave Pate gave the young people a delightful en tertainment at their home last Sat urday night 0 W Sanders of Evansville who leas been visiting friends and relatives hero and at Cloverport has returned home LEAVE FOR KANSAS Jos Brickey and family and Mrs Margaret Brickey and daughter Miss Judith Brickeyof Mattingly left yester day morning for NIckerson Kansas to reside Lei Miller and family and Robt Smith and family of this city left last evening for Kans- asGARRETT T A and Richard Saunders and Rob ert Buckler left Thursday for Illinois C T Sipes and family were guests of Mr and Mrs Losh Mills of Woodland Suuday Mrs Zerelda Buckler spent Thursday with her sister Miss Minerva Howard of Garnettsville Mrs Susan Shacklett of Missouri was the guest of her nephew R II Dowell last week Misses Mabel and Bertha Foushee spent n few days of last week with their sister Mrs Gilbert Kasey of near BewleyvilleThomas Payne of Ekrou died Wed nesday The day following the funeral services were conducted by Rev D F Shacklett at Hkrou Baptist church and the remains were brought tot i r HlIIT iyI 11 f1 1Vc iIIWrts 4ji Advertlsrnieiits Inserted under this head at one cent Ia word per weuk Fun SALEtAUM poll SAM Farm one milt from lrn n 1 star Ky 100 acres good clwvlliiiK and barn wnil und fencing also have sums stock to sell A most desJrabli place Write InKshuryFOR SALKCOWS AND HULL CALVKS FOR Sulc4 Hereford cows 3 heifers and 3 wleyvtllebyFOU SALETLITIOX CKRTIFICATE FOR SALETultlou Certificate In Bryant R IoulsvilleIforenrlcljfo News Cloverport Ky FOR SALEMILCU COWS ZTIron SALECONN ANT HAY pOu SALE 100 tons of hay and 1000 bushels lIIlthLowlsllortu Ion SALE PR4NTINU Presses and Cutting mnlhlrws lot of Rood Laundry machines UasolilloEnttlneslIAJtTI StreetLoulsvllllRflRR OWor more torR ylIrt nt 3 per rent pay hack monthly Attend 500 00 abornesire Bureau Chllllcothe Missouri WANTED v rlttWriteport Ky with full particulars FOR sAri OJtCH1kD GRASS slED pOIl SALE ISO bushel orchard grass seed IAddisonFtOH SALETIMOTIIYILIY FOR SALE Firstclass timothy hay at SII per ton at my barn near Molt Z T Hurdln DUROGSJERSEY PIGS FOR SALE I am now offering n nice lot of boars and plus of fall farrow These sire good pigs IInywhlrtTIJOroumy place 89 a head ulIn shipping order 10 E P HARDAWAY Bowloyvlllo Kentucky HEiNDERSON 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 One way colonists rates to California and the Northwest March lto May 15 and Sept 15 to Oct 11 IgOj n u L II ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 46 Dally Fast Train leaves Cloverport 507 A at West Ioint only arriv es at Louisville 715 A MI No 42 Dally Mull and Express leaves Clo arrives 954 A M stops at alll way stations Louisville 1235 Train No 44 Dully fast mall leaves Clo verport44S p m stops at all way staitons east of Cloverport except Mystic arrives at Louisville 725 pm Tram 048 Dally Cloverport accommo dation arrives Cloverport SSO p m WEST BOUND No 47 Dally Cioverport accommodation leaves Cloverport 030 a m arrives Evans vllle 000 am lxpressIouHawesville Owenslwro Henderson audEv ansvllle arrives St Louts 720 p m Train No 43 Mull and Express dally ar rives Cloverport 728 p Tn Evansville 1030 p m Stops at all stations No 45 dally St Louis rust train leaves Clo verport 1100 PM arrives Evansville 135 A M St Louis 740 A M stops at IluwesviUo Owensboro and Henderson only Chair cars on trains 41 and 44 between Louisville and Evansville Through sleeping cars and reclining chair cars on trains 45 and 46 between Louisville and St Louis Fords ville Branch EAST HOUND Train 02 Dally except Sunday leaves Fordsvlllu 030 a m arrives tlrvliiKton 840 u mTrain No 4 Dally except Sunday leaves Fords ville 320 p moo arrives IrvlniUon 50p m Train No C Sunday only Fordsvlllu630 a m Irvington 003 p m WEST HOUND Train No 3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irvlntton I 4Su m arlves Kordsvllle 245 p m Train No 5 Daily leaves Irvington 635p moo arrives Fords ville IOj p m HAS HIS SUPPORT Mc uady Ky March 17 1903 Mr li B UglesbyJjverport Ky Dear SirIn response to your letter which you wrote Mr Pile and which he forwarded to me I would sav that I am in favor of any arrangement that maybe effected to keep tobacco at home or out of reach of the trust- I thought that something should have oeen done at Haidinabnrg and but for the reason that the call was so short and the object unknown until you appeared on the floor I believe there would have been some arrange ment made We probably will not be represent ed but you have our hearty support Yours etc G S Wilson The above letter was received by Mr Oglesby Saturday and refers to the convention ot tobacco growers hell here that da- yDEDICATION IN MAY Bishop Morrison will dedicate the Methodist church at Hardinnburg o n May 17 Buck Grove cemetery for interment He leaved a wife and five child renthree of whom are ma tied P MEET ME AT NOLTES House Cleaning Time About Here There may he sonic things needed to do the workiVe have Mops Sapolio Scrubbing Brushes Star Lye Brooms Soaps Wall and Ceiling Washing Powders Brushes If youre fixing up round the garden perhaps the WEEDEKS and TROWELS will come in handy to help the flowers grow better The Best Fancy Blue Grass J C Nolte Bro Cloverport Ky I I1u n IIIIII III IiiileIIIIiiI fliiijl lll III fl IIIIIIIIIIIiIIIIIIIiIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIII1I If IAA 1 u Mrs W A of this to the Mis in as I see the on my that 1 must be for I cant of you fail to your face on I am very and feel like one who had the call ofn very dear is oars all in and all in a new of deli cate We have just and it is We will to and our most I of To the of I am to say that by I to that the I will at the of next 20 at 11 and at 7 I am not to my in to be by the but I a the I like all to hear on each I now I in the on The and in the on the of the for sake C T Of cad that used to are your CADICKS GOLDDUST is the kind with to and caces We it in and half and Try a sack if you our You are sure to come for more Cdick Millirvg CoGRANDVIEW IND FIELD SEEDS Everything in the Grass Seed line lowest pricesF- OR I SALE THREE STYLES FARM WAGONS BUGGIES PIGGOTT Irvington Ky IIfMt1I MISSISSIPPI LETTER Lusk formerly city writes News from IndiantlA part follows from label piper renewing think doing without your weekly visits When show welcome Friday much disappointed missed friendOur weather perfectly grand dusty flowers bloom nature dressed growth green finishedour church beautiful begin tomorrow repair beautify pastonuui peoIpieprogressive towns know anywhere WILL PREACH SUNDAY people Cloverport glad after being hindered illness have confident reason announce Lord being willing preach Baptist house worship Sunday March oVlock oclock accustomed announce subjects advance seek- Ing guided Holy Spirit believe Ibave burden from Lord which would occasion think shall preach morning Christan Warfare evening Narrowness ChristianWayYours Jesus Daniel Pies cakes mother make within reach FLOIJR vhiih make delicious flaky crusts light tempting have quarter sacks ImrieJs doubt recommendation back Clover Seed- Orchard Grass Seed TimothyRed Oats TopII atI TRAPS McOLOTHLAN DRIP C MITCHEL DENTIST OFFICE OVER THE FAIR Satisfaction assured Profession al Prices 6r IF Latham Sanitarium Established 1898 VINE GROVE HARDIN COUNTY KY Chronic Diseases Treated Successfully CHARGES MODERATE Rational Harmless and Satisfying Methods of Treatment r = = II 11I if5jif r 5j 1 SjjSj- jT Satisfaction guaranteed fJ Patronize your hun i iitst H I IOfficei over Kincheloeg Ortiir Store j 1HARDINSDURO KY jft V r GOES TO OWENSBORO- W T Tilford the proprietor of the Fair has leased a store room now occupied by Cohen Bros as a dry goods and notion department at Owensboro and will remove there the first of next month and start a dry goods store Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic has stood the test 25 years Average Annual Sales over One and a Half Million bottles Does this record ofmerit appeal to you No Cure No Pay 50c Enclosed with every bottle Is a Ten Cent package of Groves mack Root Liver PillS J L1 V t 17 f + titH i The Creckenridge News March 22 1005 44WEDNESDAY i KENTUCKY CROP REPORT JJCondition Of Wheat And Rye Not t Up To StandardOther Notes The last crop report issued by State I Commissioner ot Agriculture vreeluu is as follows- The winter has been an exception 4ally long and cold one Duung the months of January and February the average temperature was much bolo normal for those months The preoini- tatiou1 while ample was also bolo normal The ground was covered with snow during a large part ot the tune thus protecting the full sown crop from the cold dry winds that have a t tendency to burn or frost the blades While the wheat and rye crops araI not up to the standard for the first of March they give a fair promise tor an average crop The severe flll r drouth and exceedingly cold wint i has prevented them from making 1 good growth yet the stand is fair and the roots of the young plantI have a good hold in the ground Tnere seems to have been a ver lismallacreage of winter oats sown This is no doubt due to the partiaI failure of this crop for the lat two years But few counties give an esti mate of the acreage and condition of barley From these few counties thet f i reports am about an average ThorI has been a very small per cent or plant laud burned for tooacoo beds But H few more days like the one now prevailing and the farmers wil get busy in this line and will preparet for an unusual acreage The per cent of burley and dark sold up to thisI tune is unusually small The report 1 1show that the acreage of meadows IIs 1 about an average While the condition t of meadows and clover is very satis- factoryi livestock of all kinds having wintered well except a severe loss of pigs anti lambs caused by excessive i weather Stock coming out of the winter in such good condition cat be accounted for by an abundance of feed and luck of cold rain and damp weather which are the usual flesh robbing factors during winter Stock feed in some Bounties is reported as getting scarce The numbers of cattle sheep hogF horses and mules are about an average There has been very little farm worn done for two months which will entail an extra amount for the spring months But taken HI- A I whole the farmer tins a great deal toI be tbftUKfnl for A Dinner Invitation After a hearty neat H doe of KodoI Dyspepsia Care will prevent en uttncf oft digestion Kodol is A thorough ditHtant and a guaranteed cute for liiQlgest Jon Dyspepsia Gas on the Sto mach Sour RBings Bad Breath and nil totnauh troubles N Witklns Lwbui Ky jays loan testify toI the efficacy of Kodol in the cure of Suunnou Trouble I was afflicted with Stomich trouble for fifteen years anti harp taken six bottles of your Kodol Dyspepsia Cure rhich entirely car d Plt The six bottles were woith 10 o to lue Kodol Dyspepsia Our will digest any quantity of all wnolesome food you wont to pat while your sto mach takes a rest recuperates and grows strong This wonderful prepar ation is justly intitled to all of its many reinfukftblo cures Sold by All Druggists ST PATRICKS DAY PridnylWHH at Patrick s day and few days are more generally observed the world over To every part of the world the exiles of Erin have gone and with them have gone the cherished mem odes anti traditions of the snumrock nod of Patrick amt of the Dear Uold Sod The offspring these nave betAi bequeathed and children Hud grandchildren keep well and proudly the inheritance Tie shamrock is tbe tttnblcm of peace anti Christian faith having been immortalized by St Pat Ticks use of it in Ulnatratitig the Trinity three in one nml it iis much more cultivated Hud honored in these latter days than that other Irish legacy the shillelah O SL mt V O DFL XA BMW 1 a Kind You Hara Alwafs Bou J theJ NEW STATE MAYBE Washington March 10Cot Camp bell Hlemp the only Rt pnt lican rep raeeotative in congress trout Virginia ami now solidly in tbe saddle as dis penser of federal patronage In that State says he will introduce a bill at the next reasiou of congress for the creation ot a now state out ot Eastern Tannestee Southwestern Virginia and Sontbeas era Kentucky He has tits ouaaed the matter with President Roosevelt who has glum his approval to the proposition which must first be accepted by the trio of states which come together in the inonuntninona section of laud to bo included in the pr used new ntato g plmplcsDr Syrup w11 do it Thu tlrueclsts know x trT Y IRELANDS PATRON SAINT Saint Patrick the patron saint of Ireland n man whoso deeds have beet han 1ed down in historical and legend ary tales was born In Scotland in 378 A D His early bite was spent In wandering through Scotland anll France having been sold from the Mrs named kingdom into slavery hism JsterI taking him to Ireland His sad lot worKing with the swineherds and lowly beings can sed him to seek con solation in the Christian faith am although but sixteen years of age be decided 4o leave his bondage andI preach the gospel of Christ to his fellow men HA first went toFrance where he studied under the old monastic ruleI acquiring a fund of Cniistitn knowl edge which he USAtl to advantage InI after years In 403 he began his missionary work in Ireland and until the time of his dente in 408 labored without remuneration in the chosen fields of his JltborISt Patrick was emphatically a man of deeds and not words Although he wrote an autobiography ofII himself he told very little of his own feelings and beliefs submerging theI whole into a confession of faith and recounting the wonderful influences of the Holy Ghost on his helrersIHis long life was spent in incessant labors which met with commensur ate success He found Ireland with out a Christian he died when there was not a heathen on the Emerald Isle His literary remains are few but interesting Inasmuch they show the character of the man his faithhis sub lime confidence Iin his Creator and his indefatigable labors for the spirit ual advancement and welfare ofii Ireland The Colonels Waterloo Colonel John M Fuller of money Grove Texns nearly met his Waterloo from Liver andl Kidney trouble In a recent letter he says I was nearly dead of these complaints and although I tried my family doctor he did me no good so I got a oOo bottle i ot your great Electric Bitters which cured me I consider them the bestII medicine on earth and thank lied whoI gave you the Knowledge to make them Sold and guaranteed to cure Dyspepsia Biliousness and Kidney Disease by Short Haynes druggists I at JOc a bottl- eADVERTISING THOUGHT John Wanamaker the successful merchant says TherA is only one way to advertise and that iIP to ham mer your name your location and your bumneas MO thoroughly into theI peoples heads that if they walked in tneir sleep they would continually turn their heads to your store The newspaper is jour best friend It helps to bUIld up the country which supports you When the day comes that the newspapers are dent the peo pIe are near the dge of their grave with no onA to write their epitaph FIRST IN THREE YEARS The quarterly meeting conducted At the Methodist church Wednesday and Thursday by Presiding Eider J i T Rushing was the ri rst midweek meeting in about three years It is 11heldI11 I dittrict in midweek and Cloverports J turn carne last week Many young converts toot their tirst = sacrament at the Thursday evening service j Rev Ruahings sermons were greatly enjoyed as they always are and the attendance was much larger than usual Warning Whan you ask a drug lst for Pl1raII iBinpli be sure you get it There is nothing just as good Paraoamph isI unmnteed to cure Piles Eczema Potter Itch Saltrheum etc Rernem j wr the name Paracamph 2o cents FROM TREE TO PAPER Editor and Publisher 1 A London writer sayH that a Ger nail paper manufacturer at Essenthal ills just made an experiment to see tow rapidly it is possible to transform I 1 true into a uewspa per Three trees In the neighborhood ot his factory were out down at 7 36 in the morn lng They were iiiHtantlv harked and pulped and the tint roll of paper was j early at 034 It was lifted into an Automobile that stool waiting and onveyed to the mi chineroom of the eareat daily paper The paper le111II ready set tho printing oegan at onoeRllll by 10 oolooK precisely the onrunl wasin sale in the streels TneII iitiru process of transformation had taken exactly two hours and twenty ttVti minutes HAS STOOD HIE TEST 25 YEARS TIIII old original GROVES Tastoless Chill Tt nk You know what you are taking It U on and quinine Inlu tasteless form No euro 1111 pay to- mFINDS NOTE IN BOTTLE t Frank Megorly has in his possession 1 note which he found in a floating Il bottle during the recent high water In the notu is the followinguWho ever gets this note please write to Sam B Copeland and Will Greene harlevoi Pa Washington Co July 21I 1004 It i aJ Jo1i t w QUIET NOME WEDDING Mr J Elijah Gibson And Hiss Lena Hamman Harried Wednesday Mr J Elijah Gibson and Miss Leul L Hnmmau were married last Wed oesday evening at the home of the brides mother The c remony was performed at 8 oVlook by Rev T C Korr of Hodgeuville pastor of the Luclle Memorial Presbyterian churoh of this city The wedding was a vei quiet affair only members of the fllw I lies of tLe contracting parties being presentMiss Hamman is n daughter of Mr Christina Hamman and the late 11 Hairinau and a young lady with ml inirable qualities that have made her many friends Mr Gibson is a son of the latA Augustus Gibson of the firm of Gus Gibson Son He is a wellknow and progressive young business mai He was associated with his father iin the timber and lumber business for several years and with his brotno Larkin Gibson he will continue to conduct this business and also t110 Gibson House of which his fathAr was the proprietor He is also agent of Breckenridge and Hancock counties for the Standard Oil company IN HANCOCK COUNTY The Methodist Revival Farmers Not Pleased With Pooling Hancock Clarion The protracted meeting at the Metro ist church is in full swing Rev Net iotn arrived from Cloverport Saturda where he had conducted most remarl able series of meetings His wife i is with h nt He first preached on Sun day morning at the clos of which and while the doxology was being rendered four notes of indebtedness aggregatin nenrly 500 against the church anl1 parso rage which had been paid were burueJ in the presence of the congregation This frees the property of l1ebt and the members are proud of the ac comphshineuts of Rev E R Bennett In this di ection Rev Newsoni is an orator of much force and a successft meeting is already predicted Nut the least feature of the meeting is the vcry excellent music in which Rev Beimel display s a voice as full and musical as we hive ever heard It is not out of place to say that in contribution on this debt and property improve nent the Hancock Deposit Bank led with a gift of r0 Cftihier Thomas giving another 50A number of members of the America Society of Equity to wlom ve have talked are not pleased with the poolin plan as established by the cooperative warehouse at Owensboro Instead of advancing 400 per hundred on all tobacco delivered as they were lead to be lieve would be done 4 00 is the max imuui price with lower grades of tobacco receiving advancement at uiucl less figures than this F raters content plating a union of their tobacco in this scheme should investigate further lefon they do so Nolia Ann Taylor a colored society belle of this city wns married to Lei Young of Irvington same nationality Iriilny Frank VauConia was down fron TobinspDrt Saturday looking over UN field with the view of starting a lunch house here HAD LARGE FUNERAL The funeral of James Walker color id whose remains were brought here from Frankfort where he died on Sun lay March 12 was held from the color jdMethodist church last Wednesday Afternoon at 280 oclock The fuuera sermon was preached by Presiding Elder Davis of the Danville district The funeral ot James Walker am lint of Amanda Delluven which was held from the Baptist church on Jan any 2 Rev A J Ballou officiating wore two of the largest colored fun rah ever held in Cloverport the funeral of the former being attended by a nunit er if white people as well as a large concourse of people of his own race WORTH WIDE READING- The March 10 issue of the Gen trn lethodlst has h page devoted to 1 iaper on Opportunity by Mrs W J Piggott of Irvington with the ollowing editors note prefixed The following paper was read before tin lisaionury Institute recently held al rvington Ky and its publication requested bj the brethren who heard Itt It is certainly worthy a wide read IDg HAS FOUR CHURCHES- Rev W V Harrell formerly of ardinsburg writing to the Western ecorder suys 111 ani moving to hrisney Ind Will have charge of- the churohes at Chrisney Newton ville Little Pidgeon tint Pleasant Val es onefourth time each to r MAKES FIRST TRIP The Job i W Tomas came down from ouisville Friday on her first trip this year in the Cauueltou and Louisville trade I 1 i iJ I i jf V ITFpgTIFiE YSY T I vDRl THACHERS Liver and Blood Syrup the only preparation that IsreallY cures all kidney troubles because It In the only preparation that removes the cause puts tho liver In healthy working order mid then fortifies your system against future attacks ol tho same troubles Tho Indications of kidney disease we weakness In tho small of tho back stole head ache pains In the loins and groins numbness of tho thighs highcolored or scald ing urine milky or bloody urine frequent desire to nrl 101111consLlpntlon Hashes furred or unnaturally red tongue Do not neglect these certain signs of diseased kidneys Take Dr Thachers I nUdnlPthetroubloln the at once bud I Iliver D I BloodSYRUP 1 1mrtal TG 1111tier Pali1it4t111dtgtmi IIQq PRICE ONE DOllAR rue c ca EQUITY POINTERS Up ToDate Farthing The speculative price makers die hardThe man that holds the plow owns what the plow produces if he is work iiU for himself If he owns it he has n right to put a price on iii The farmer has no more right to put a price on the plow that somebody clse made than the man that made the plow has to put a price on the crops the plow cultivatesBut the farmer buys tbe plowh may put a price on 5t md sell it or not just as he pleases After crops are bought the purchaser very properly make the prices for subsequent sales If the farmer contro prices he must do it while the crops still belongs to him This lets the dun pe out If the A S of E were thorough organized as it is rapidly becoming and had all its objects accomplished and its plans in operation there would be more worthless cusses out of a job than ever kicked the rnvei on n tramps high way They would e Jhe slick haired Dinguses that have lived all their lives by cheating honest men Incredible Brutality It would have been incredible brutality if Chas F Lembercer ot Syri cuse N Y hail not dune the best 11e could for his suffering son My boy he says cut a fearful gash over his eye so I applied BucRlen Arnica halve which quickly healed iit and paved his eye Good for burn and ulcers too Only 25c at Short S Haynes drug stare TWO IN BRECKENRIDGE A recent issue of UpToDate Painting gives n list of officers and worker of the American Society of Equity win will accept calls andb address meet ings and requests that they be written for terms There are thirtyone names in the list representingabout half as many states Out of this list Brecken ridge county has two names to her cre tit These are W S Ballo Hardinsburg and E B Oglesby of Cloverport who as deputy presidents have done great work in this section oC the State for the A Sof E A Safe Cough Medicine Pin Children In buying a ough medicine for children never be afraid to buy Cham berlnins Cough Remedy There is no danger from it and relief is always sure to follow It is especially vale able for colds croup and whooping cough For sale by Short K Haynes TRUST STRIKES SNAG PeoriaIlMarch 16The Prairie Oil and Gas Company the Kansas branch of the Standard Oil Company struck ia sung when it reached Peoria county Tin board of supervisors have refused per mission to the company to lay its pipe line from Kansas to Indian Territory across certain highways in the northen part of the county and unless it can be indue U to con ider this decision tit men now at work connecting the hut will have to stop and it will find itsel with a gap in its lines which it canno legally close ANOTHER RESULT Many good results of the recent revival at the Methodist hurch have been already mentioned in the News but there is another result that has become appar tilt recently and it is a most gratifying me This result is of a general nature ind is in brief the substitution of clea- nr conversation in the railroad shops tbe stores and on the streets for that vhich previous to the revival was not io clean This is not a madeup statement but a fact to which our attention has been called by several NEW TIMBER FIRM Seaton Wentherholt is the name of ai new firm that will handle all kinds of imber and lumber J D Seaton and 11 Weatherholt compose the firm Both re progressive business men and should have every encouragement in this new msiness Mr Seaton has been in the timber business for several years to ior Dr Thachers Liver and Blood Is tho result of 62 cars- rt4h Syrup rcccnrch and ex- perimentingI Tho formula Is 1 1f7MandrakoMay Apple tsar Dandelion flydrmngcaSovenBarks Scotia Snrsa antis Gcnifnnlodldu Fotasslum- liuchu4I I CEJuniper Berries These Ingredients are care- Y fully blended lu lust tho i proper proportions to nccoin pUsh tho desired results Y + Therell no harm iu a thou 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rending room of the British museum is crowned by u spacious dome which Is about thirty feet wider than that of St Pauls cathedral It is 140 feet in diameter din with its 00000 super clnl feet of glass springs more than 100 feet In height Neither St Te ers at Home nor Santa Maria at Pier nice Is a match to it It is larger by fortylive feet than the dome of tho mpitol at Wnblilngton by thirtyfive feet than that of Darmstadt cathedral by thirtythree feet than that of St Sophia Constantinople 11111 spreads sixteen further than the concave roof of the tomb of Mohammed Adll Shah nt BIJapur t i 1 I i SPECIAL RATES f Via Illinois Central R R i r One California way colonist and The Northwestff t ljth inclusive Mississippi Louisiana Etc Houieseekers round trip less than half fare One way colonist March 21st Indian Territory Oklahoma Arkansas Texas Etc Homeseckers round trip March 21st One way colonist March 21st HOT SPRINGS ARK Dally Sleeping Cur without change Louis yule to Hot Springs with 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and P A GEOH WILSON Supt Cloverport PlaningMill GREGORY CO Prop 1 LUMBERDOORS DOORSSASH 1 1- BLlNDS S F DOOR AND WINDOW SCREENS SHINGLESLATHS LATHSLIME BRICKl y CEMENT ROOFING ETC Chintz RoyaltyII I Practical Surveyor also Notary Public I iG I can survey your Lands write your Deeds and take the acknowledgement at your home This saves you trouble and cost Your Patronage Solicited I Address me atiHardinsburg Cy u a H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law HARDINSBURG KY wm practice his profession In all ot the Courts ot JlrccCnrl o and adjoining counties Special attention given to collecting road chses and criminal practice License to iractlco In United States District Courts Office over Dank of liardlnsburR Sour StomachNo appetite loss of strength nerv n Dess headache constipation bad breath eneral debility sour risings and catarrh cf he stomach are all due Indigestion Kodel cures Indigestion This new discovery repro rots the natural Juices of digestion as thiy exist In a healthy stomach combined wltfc IpropertiesI I y purifying sweetening sal lengthening the mucous membranei HnlnirV the stomach tMr S S Ball withjj Iwai troubled IarKodolIIIIItforKodol Digests What You Eto- ttlei only IrIIIIzI r- reparedJ by K O D WITT A CO OHIOAVC if Sold by all DruggistsiiIii r Ask for the 1905 Kodol Almanac and 200 Year Calendarii rite family medicine In thousands ofiJiJ homes for 62 yearsDr Thachers Liver + I anet Blood SyrupfI r r I The Breckenridge News r 1i 1iWEDNESDAY March 22 1003 t THE OUTLOOK FOR TOBACCO GROWERS As Seen By UpToDate Farmingt i r AppliedrBoth Locally And Generally UpToDate Farming I A most interesting condition exists in the tobacco districts at this time I The organized farmers ttre holding their tobacco with a tenacity of purpose and a determination surprising to buyers Stocks In the leaf market are r r t growing short and according to the Western Totacco Journal the demand for nearly every class of tobacco is itgrowing stonger every day Buyers ls have not been able to purchase as much as usual for two reasons First there is a known shortage in the 1004 crop of nearly 100000000 pounds But the chief reason that supplies are short t nearlyV100000000 pounds are being by i the farmers This amount with the shortage in the crop makes a total shortage in the markets of nearly 250000000 pounds or one third of an entire crop One reason why the prices have t not advanced more is found in the fact that buyers have been busy buying up the crops of unorganized farmers and waiting for warm +x theffurinersV forced to sell Their hope of buying the larger part of the unsold tobacco lies in this belief But the majority of farmers tire still holding and will continue to hold knowing full well that their tobacco is needed and firm in tne belief that the minimum prices established by the American Society of Equity will finally prevail Buyers rt j ire hugging the delusion that the Id weather alone has enabled the rmer to hold his cro p but when y learn that an equitable price pt be paid before the farmers will Induced to part with their tobac then prices will advance to a Int where the farmers who held 111 be well paid It begins to look like a flight toe finish with all the points in tar r of the farmer The buyers Are mak eg a strong effort to breaK the combi r nation of farmers but the planters go serenely on gaining in strength every day and It brings the time that much nearer when the manufacturer must have tobacco and adding to the number cf planters who have decided not to let the trust have tobacco unless a fair price is forthcoming They de clare they will put their land 111 other crops 1C necessary rather than give i the buyers the solo right to price the crops They can get along without to bacco much easier than the mauufac H8turer can They know it and so does 1ft i manufacturer Thereforo their if victory is sure iII i i above1tij feeling a desire to help win success IIWhat farmer can read the evidence I receipts and advancing prices I t without Doing convinced that our plan is the right one and will be successful t What tobacco grower will refuse to i if STOMACHS ON STILTS + ia teTnan who puts on stilts duos not in creaso his actual stature Ho only fools a Stimulants are tho stilts of theli listomach Thov make a man feel botter I for tho time being but ho feols a groat deali worse for them afterward Tho need of tho man 3whose stomach Is It weak is not stimu latlon but Dr Plcrcos Golden MedicalI I Discovery perfectly answers thatneed It contains no alcohol or whisky It cures tho weak foul i stomach with its at smo11lngbreath appotltesymptomstomsIn tho year 1899 I had an attack of Indigestion and got so bad that my homo doctor said he could not do me any ii good writes Mr G Trent of Oordonvlllo Texas I wrote to you and you advised me to use Dr Plerces Golden Medical Discovery so I bought six bottles and when I commenced us ing It I was so weak I could hardly walk I ByVbottle my stomach andr bowelt commenced to heal There were stripsO of tho of my stomach orbowels u dont know which as large as a mans two fingers passed and I had a good deal of misery In my r stomach and bowels and also In the rectum I especially I could not eat anything without haying much distress afterward but by the i time I had taken eight bottles of the Golden Medical Discovery I was sound and well and could eat anything I pleased without Buffering in the least Could also do as much work In a day as I ever could I have not I suffered from the trouble since and It was tour yean ago that I was so sick Tho solo motive for substitution is too proAGtIIalnsyouloseAcceptnosub t BtltuU for Qoldon Medical Discovery andaggravateianYcored bYDr Pierces PlOIIl5an Pellets I r t W I l join and aid the society that has in creased the prices 3 per hundred Buyers give the cold weather the credit for small supplies and advanc ing prices and expect large receipts with warmer weather They Ire sur prised that farmers have held together so long as they have They have an other surprise coming in the near fu ture The farmers mean business A Chicago Alderman Owes Ills Election to Chamberlains Cough Remedy II can heartily conscientiously rec ommend Caiuberlams Logan Remedy for affections of the threat and lungs says Hon John Shenick 220 So Peoria St Chicago Twoi years ago during a political campaign I caught cold after being overheated which irritated my throat and 1 was finally compelled ti stop an I could not speak aloud Jn my extremity 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 inflammation had largely subsided 1 took several doses that day kept right on talking through the campaign and 1 thank this medicine that I won my seat in the Council This remedy is for sale byyhort te Haynes SOME VISITORS to n newspaper ofllce break into the shack like a cyclone tear down and strew the exchanges put several in their pockets then get tip and mOil uey with the job press read copy on the hook pie some type ring up their friends over the phone piCK up everything they see and ask what it is then tell the editor how to run his newspaper and leave Of course editors are always glad to see such specimens To him they always look good Lot me say I have used Elys Cream Balm for catarrh and can thoroughly recommend it for what it claims Very truly Rev H W Hathaway Elizabeth N J I tried Elys Cream Balm and to all appearances am cured ot catarrh The terrible headaches from which I long suffered are goneW J Hitchcock late Major U S Vol and A A Gen Buffalo N Y The Balm does not irritate or cause sneezing Sold by druggists at 50cts or mailed by Ely Brothers 50 Wai ran St New York FOR CURTAILMENT The five delegates sent by P Hannock county to the convention of tobacco growers at Greenville last Friday and Saturday were instructed to vote for a reduction of twentyfive per cent in the acreage of this years crop 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 Short1Haynes SHIRT WAIST MARCH 15 A young man of this city wearing a enirt waist with his winter clothing minus coat and vedt was riding in town on his wheel last Wednesday afternoon March 15 A iced Thing Is to get just what you ask for in the drugstore so insist on having Para camph for Catarrh or Cold in the Head Paracauiph contains no cocaine as many so culled Catarrh remedies do but it relieves you instantly by sooth ing the inflamed parts and destroying the germs hick cause the trouble So dont suffer Try it today now THEY LOSTTIIOIR HOME Through the gambling instinct They let their insurance run out They bought things they did not need because they were cheap 4 They did not use good judgment or right proportion in their expendi turesThey subscribed for everything they could pay for onthe installment plan Money enough went down in drink and up in smoke to have saved the farmThe father always intended to get his life insured but died without doing eo- They did not realize how easy it is to get into debt and how hard it is to get out They tried to do what others expert ed of them rather than what they could afford They thought it small o insist on having an agreement or understand- Ing pat in writing They could not say No JJsnd could not afford to toll their friends I cannot afford it The irons thought they must sow their wild oats as well us other fellows of their set The daughters tnonght it beneath them to work tor a living but were bound to dress well They drew their money out of the savings bank to put into some wild cat scheme and lost it They did not do business in a but ness way because they were dealing with relatives or friends The doctrine each for himself and the devil tane the hindmost was In effect the family creed 7 f 7 TBS HARDINSBURG TEMPERANCE I SOCIETY AMONG STATS FIRST r Was Organized In March 18fIu I Out Of 183 Signers Eight Sur viveNo Doubt Did Grat Amount Of Good The Pledge And List Of Signers Faded With Age A Possession Of Morris Eskridge By Jno P Haswell JrHardmsburg Ky March 15 One of he very first temperance societies organized in this State was established at this place on March 4 1841 Judge Jesse W Kincheloe seems to have been the prime mover in or ganizing the society as the pledge is in his handwriting and many of the names appended thereto are apparently signed by him One hundred and eightythree persons signed the pledge and the list contains the names of the most prominent citizens of the county Morris Eskridge the well known lawyer has the paper in his possession and at tne Sundayschool held last Sunday at the M E church he read the pledge and list of names to many ot the descendants of the signers Here follows the pledge and names Pledge of the Hardlnsburg Temper ance SocLtyformed liar 4 184 lvlz We tho undersigned do agree that we wll not use intoxicating liquors as a beverage tnut we will not provide them as an article ot entertainment and that in all suitable ways we will discountenance their use throughout the community- N S Hughes S A Cox 0 IV Jennings M Seaton LTaylor Vi tula Daniel Margaret Heaton Mary- E LightfootMary A Kincheloe Jane McClarty Nancy Kincneloe A L Lightfoot Susannah Overstrent Adah Lighttoot Ann Howard Mariou W Taylor Elizabeth Kskrldge Diadem Rusher Sally Taylor Eliza H Owen MoorImauI Squires John Hardin Green Beard AH Davis JG Haswell PAter Taylor James Taylor Jesse W Kinch eloe Mort Purnphrey Ed Hewitt James Overstreet Ephrim flushe R Chambliss PC Moorman H Bruce James D Seaton Anthony Cannon J D Williamson James Howard G W Taylor Addison Purnphrey James Thomas Wilson Jolly E R Esk ridge J D Allen Matthias Miller Alex Marshall Samuel Overstreet W Cox V Daniel DavidHHoward Malinda Gardner Em C Board Mary Peyton Letitta N MnClarty Aman da Howard Martha Wlikerson Mary A Rudley Polly Squires Nuncy Squires Susan Frank Rebecca How ard Ann Miller Polly Wilkeron Marion Marshall Mary Richardson Ann Logan Nancy T Overstreet Larue Cox Lucy Ann Overstreeat Mary Allen Johnathan Morris John squires Tames Pumphrey Feuding Guthrie W Morris Samuel McClarty John Howard Christopher Squires Samuel Jarboa Jr Ann l Moor man John Campbell GD Beckwith L D Cox Samuel Ovrrstreet Urn ham Hughes Joseph Thomas C L Craig Martha Jane Taylor Eli F Graham John B Foster J M Knox Morris Hensiey R P Kinch eloe John Kn ley William Rodloy William Esk idge Thomas Carman Richard Board Warren Da vis on Wil liam J MoDaniel EH H McClurty Latch Calhoun Clinton McClarty David Hughes Milton Lowry Will W Moorman J Jennings Nathaniel Lightfoot Oscar Moorman Jas T Cox John Eskridge J Hal T W Shedd Frank Beard Green Board C P Clemm Alexander Boyd Jane G Shedd Margaret Calhoun uucretia Moorman Ann Singleton Elizabeth Hensley Martha Graham Adeline M Morris Eliza A MoDaniel Ljtitin Graham Margaret Singleton Jane Singleton Charity BiggsJudith Moor man Mary Overstreet Nany S Howard Catherine Kincheloe Sail Morris Mary E Kincheloe Clara L Kincheloe Polly Singleton Martha J Radley Martha T Deering Mary Kmchelne Ann Jennings Cornelia Peyton Margaret McClarty E Haynes Emily Shellman Sally Ann Kincheloe Catherine Jennings Mary- E Jennings Judith T Ccx Charlotte Brnshear Sarah Shelman RominA Hamilton Eliza Lightfoot Lucetla Cannon Eliza Morris E A Jenning 0 P Mcovman William Wall Eliza beth Marshal Josephine Brace Skill man Morris Ellen Singleton Laoy Moorman S D Deering Margaret Ann Jennings Gnbiilla Overton Sarah G Morris Mary Singleton Mary Calhoun Mary Letitia Allen Annie Singleton Margaret Peyton Rt hard Bushman Isaac Thomas Ed wardHWilkerson That such an organization did an Immense amount of good Is seen in f i Y II h e tho reputation Hardmsburg hat always unstained for morality and go brie Verily the works of these people do follow them Of the number there are only eight surviving viz B F Beard Elizabeth Hensley now Mrs G W Board Martha Jane Taylor now Mrs Jennie T MoHenry of Hartford Clara Kincheloe now MrsI Clayton Benrd G W Beard Mary E Kincheloe now Mrs Mary E Aiken of Graham Texas Graham Hughes now an honored citizen of Owensboro and FeUding Guthrie now in the eightiesThe book in which is found the pledge and list has lost its binding and the pages are yellowed with age but all of it may be plainly read and it is one of Mr Eskridges most prized possessions A Destructive Fire To draw the fire out of aburn or heal a out without leaving u scar use DeWitts VitclfHazelJ8ulve A speciflp for piles Get the genuine J L Tuck er editor of too Harmonizer Center Ala writes I have used DeWitfa Witch Hazel Salve in my family for Piles outs and burns It is the beet salve on the market Every family should keep it on hand Sold by all Druggists LOTTO PROM CANADA P B Hardin Writes About Its Winter Sports and Fine Weather P B Hardin formerly of this county writes to the News from Mon treal Canada under elate of Marcjj8 as follows Yule heaviest snow ever known in Canada um fallen lure during the present winter and even at this writ ing it lies In lunge rioKs along all streets ten to twelve feet high anti twenty teet at its base leaving only an aisle in the middle just wide euongn for venicleg to pass each other The snow IB four feet on a level and at the foot of Mt Royal just at the rear of the city where it has been drifted by the winters blizzards it is forty teet in depth- Snowshoaingandski ing are two ot the favorite winter sports In Cain duoIn which ladies and gentlemen a like are enthusiastic The skiis lire wooden blades on runners ten to twelve feet in length turned up at the toes and strapped firmly to the feet on which many people have be come very expert in jumping and sliding down mountain slopes at the enor mous speed of u mile a minute The record here for the flying leap made a fow weeks agd was Ibiheve 83 feet but the greatest xkilng country is in Norway an1 Lapland where the re cord of the world is held at 14S feet at ft flying leap- I have peen in Canada three years and I have never wituesseJ more healthful and ueautiful winter weath er than this year The mercury hovers about tne zero mark frouiDtcernber to March seldom dropping lower than thirty dergers below and the snow clad earth with a uniform temptra tare from December to May with pure unadulterated oxygen to breathe certaitly snakes it a magnificent win ter clihite 1 dont think n inure healthful spot lies under the sun than is found here and one needs only to take cure of himself and ob serve UK simple rule of hygiene in order to cure any case ofj ontiirrh or even consumption I have nut had a cola luring my stay in the Dominion and never felt batter or hall better health in my life than sluice I mine here I was born and reared in Brecken ridge county and to me this trews is a letter from home so heroin find one doliar for which send it to me for an other year READ TIMS Milledgeville Kra n 1 1003 Dr E W trail St LOUP Mo Dear Sir I have been a great sufferer from kidney disease and was treated by my home physicians with no benefit Your Texas Wonder tins cured me and I am satisfied it saved my life and I can cheerfully recommend it to ladies suf fering with kidney and bladder troub les Respectfully Mrs Eliza Frost A TEXAS WONDER One small bottleot the Texas Won der Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emis sions weak and lame backs rhea matism and all irregularities of the Kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your druggist it will be sent by mail on receipt of f1 One small bottle is two months treatment and seldom falls to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer P 0 Box 029 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggists r Is I THE HOME OF VINOL To Mothers of Ailing Children Many little boys and girls in this town are weak thinlegged hollow cheeked and bloodless We wish every mother could know what our Vinol will do for such children We promise that it will create flesh build them up and make them strong robust and rosy If it fails to do this we will cheerfully return all the money paid us for the Vinol taken On these terms its your duty to try it SHORT HAYNES Druggists The Breckenridge News GREAT CLUBBING AND PREMIUM OFFER WITH The Inland FarmerTHE INLAND FARMER Is a high class Vckly Agricultural Journal It is beautifully illustrated OtinterettrARytIitt fKimKRSAttractivepeoplhohomeSimpleThe subscription prix c of thelVIAND FARMER j Ipr year it tj the readers of this paper we make the following uapreccdemeu ofkr TZllKKOkYUPPLR9 PREMIUM 4Khlff 4 Itch A Stroo f1 Staff Handle r Hand Forced Brass Lined Razor Steel Blades A DIE STRONG HONESTLY MADE KNIFE No better steel or irrindini can be produced Every part is made of best material by must skilled cutlers The blades are hand lunged from Wardluw steel tempered neither tm hard or too noft Just right In fact for the exacting 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H LEE G P A II I McGUIRE D P A Little Rock Ark Cincinnati 0 Subscribe for The News JJ- L ff U f rThe Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY March 22 100s HARDINSBURG County Court next Monday i Fiscal Court will convene April 4 Taylor Meador and family have movedI r to townDr It Kiacheloe was in Louis vine Friday L D Dowcll of Sample was in the I cityMoudHy H A Walker of Btlltown ws in the city Saturday Dr J M Walker of BewleyviUe was in tbe city Friday Hal Murny and Tout Moore spent Sunday t uUndeaue Clint T cas of Cotutautiue was iin town the fii of the week Amos l orllandl H DeH Mooruinu i went to Louisville Sunday- R T Iphaui of Sirocco was in the city Mo ly on a business trip Jno P Haawell Jr went to Owens horo Tuesday on legal business Mrs Green W Beard and Mrs J C s sonwent to Louisville Monday Mr and Mrs Joel II Pile were the guests of his parents at Mook last week Mrs Joel H Pile was the guest of Miss Nell Moorman at Gleudeauc last weekFred Moorman of Louisville after n visit to relatives here returned home MondayS Pate writes that he is very well pleased with his business prospects at West Point Gus Brown and T J Moore spent Friday at Bewleyville attending magis trates court Robt J Ball has returned to Louis vine after a visit to his mother Mrs Judith Ball- Mercer A Mercer have rented two of the rooms iu the Masonic building for their law office Herbert M Beard went to Lexington last week to place Cleveland Skeeters in the House of Reform Norris H Beard cashier of the flank = of Hardinsburg spout several days of last week in Louisville Thomas W Bowmer of Louisville spent Sunday here the guest of his F mother Mrs R H owmert1James Lewis of Louisville who has been visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Clint Lewis bus returned home Frank Haswell of Arcola Ill WASe L the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs John P Hell Saturday and Sunday The Rev P C Duvall of Elizabeth town pretiding elder of this district was the guest of Dr aud Mr W A Walker Friday and Saturday Lee Bishop has purchased the house and lot ndjoining the M E church on he Main street The consideration was y100 The property was formerly owned by the Bank of lIar inslJurg C S rx C nJBean theih9 Kmd yru Haw Always Bwgfj tkIJIBIG SPRING Born to the wife off Clay Bates March 16 a eondI Ben Clarkson was In Vine Grove Sat urday on businessDRev L M Russel filled his appoint ment at Howells Sunday ills Spring Dramatic Club will give an uuteiltinnient the first of May II Myer was able to go to Louisville last week to purclrase spring roods Rev Jaggers filled his pulpit at the Baptist church Saturday aud Sundat1 Miss Lady 1J Clarkson who has een visiting relatives in Iowa has returned homeJack Collins was iu Louisville last week purchasing material fo his black smith lboItibeThe next quarterly meeting for this Ofdistrict will be held at Howells Chapel March 28JClaude 1einbertou of Elizabethtowr Spring Medicine There is no other season when good medicine is so much needed as in tho r SpringThe blood is impure weak and impoverished a condition indicated by pimples and other eruptions on thohi faco and body by defIcient vitalityH loss of appetite lack of strength anddl i want of animation Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Make the blood pure vigorous and is rich creato appetite give vitalityW strength and animation and euro all eruptions have the whole family begin to take them today 1V 1 Hoods Sarsaparilla bas been used In our family for some time and always with In Rood results Last spring I was all rundown and got a bottle of It and as usual received great benefit Miss BEULAII Bovcr stoweV- tHoods Sarsaparilla promises to1Jeuro and koops tho promise LITTLE ONE ONE SOLID SRE Covered With Scales and Scabs From Head to FootDoctors and All Other Remedies FailSkin Now Smooth and Clear S ANOTHER WONDERFUL CURE BY CUTICURA Writing under date of Sept 7 1904 Mrs Mattie Shaffer of Cumberland Miss says Some time ago I or dered and received your wonderful Cuticura Remedies which I used on my little afflicted babe with wonder ful results I head tried many other remedies without any benefit what ever and Cuticura cause to the rescue when my doctors and all other remedies had failed One doctor pro nounced it scrofula the other eczema The little one was one solid sore with scales and scabs from head to foot when I started using Cuticura Soap and Ointment The result was won derful and now my babys face and body clearSign ShafferI THE DUTY OF MOTHERS At the First Sign of Disfiguring Humors Is to Use Cuticura Every child born into the world with an inherited tendency to tortur ing disfiguring humors of the Skin and Scalp becomes an object of the most tender solicitude not only be cause of its suffering but because of the dreadful fear that the disfiguration is to be lifelong and mar its future happiness and prosperity Hence it becomes the duty of mothers of such afflicted children to acquaint them selves with the best the purest and most effective treatment available viz the Cuticura Treatment consisting of warm baths with Cuticura Soap and gentle anointings with Cuticura Ointment the great Skin Cure Cures made in childhood are speedy per uiaucut and economical Cuticura Soap nintnirnt end Pill are old throughout- the wotlil Putter lirur s Chem Corp Button Sole Prop uyS od lor flow to Cure UlttUuriug lluinov was here Friday and purchaseda pair of mules from Ben Clarkson Mr Bush and Miss Duvall of near Eliiabethtown were here looking after interest in the Duvall estate last weekVirgil McCracken of Grahaniton was here Monday and Tuesday doing some surveying for the G A Meador l Mr and Mrs 11 D Drake and little sou Everett flush of Irvington were 1 the guests of the latters grandparents I Mr and Mrs Sam Bush last week Mr Cash representing Crouch C Son of Lafayette Ind is here with a I very fine German Coach hcrse which expects to sell in this nommunty to the farmers who will organize a stock company Strikes Hidden Rocks When your ship of health strikes the hidden rocks of Consumption Pneumonia etc you are lost it yen dont stet help from Dr Kings NewII Discovery for Consumption J W McKinnon of Talladega Springs Ala writes I had been very ill wi btt Pneumonia under the care ot two but was getting no better when I Megan to take Dr Kings New iscovery The first dose stare relief one bottle cured me Sure cure for sore throat booncmitls coughs and colds Guaranteed at Short Haynes drug store price Ji5c and 100 Trial bottle free NOTICE The following letters are to show Eli Jackson did not willfully runaway from the hospital at Evansville whore he had smallpox and go to his home at Tnrfork Dec 15 1004 Mrs J B Jackson Dear Madam Eli is getting on in shape and is nearly well and will home with ou all for Christmas course you may write to him Ad dreps your letters to him in care of Dr H McLutchao Arcade Building Evansville Iudx I Sincerely yours Geo F Greenleaf Evansville Indiana Dec 14 1104 Mrs J B Jackpon Tartork Ky My Dear MadamI am in receipt of your esteemed favor of Deo 12 In reply beg to say that Eli is getting along very nicely I have not seen since he has gone to the County but am informed by the pby in charge that his condition is steadily improving I should judge that he will be home in about two From what I am agile to learn you may rest assured that he has passed the danger point and that it only a question of time until he be home again with you Yours very truly William H Gilbert M D Dec 20 1004 Mrs J B Jackson Tarfork Ky Dear Mrs Jackson reply to years pf the 18th would say that your son is now out of danger and will be discharged from the institution the latter part of the week Very truly H Mc utchan Ah JJ Phys In charge Vanderburgh Co Hospitaln j HCQUADY Uncle Will Ball is recovering fromI an attack of plurisy Miss Mildred Potts atemied the quarterly meeting at Kirk last Satur dayDr Sanduach was called to Tarfor last Sunday to see the wife of Ed HookMrs Frank Lyons and children spent last Tuesday with Mary lie JarnetteSeveral or our young people attended the musical given at Kelly Ulands last Tuesday night Frank Waggcner Ins moved from the Pate property to the Lyons property on Railroad stree Miss Bee Bates after spending several days here with her mother has returned to Louisville Mies Lucy DeJarnette and her moth er snout several days last week with friends at Hardinsburg Miss Sally Weathers and Miss Euln Hendrick of Kirk were the guests of Mrs Frank Lyons Sunda- yIRVINGTON Born to the wife cf Ed Atkinson a boy hdward Jr Dick Shaine from Nebraska is with his uncle Jonn L Henry Miss Lena Payne of Stephenaport attended the PayneGilbert wedding Mrs Eisman of Louisville spent the past week with MrsKate Bennett Henry Gibson of Lodiburg was the company of his brother Bonie last weekMrs H N Hudson ana daughter Virginia were guests of Mrs Nora Board Miss Nannie Board of Garfield spent several days with Mrs Pomp MuCoy Miss Jessie Brady entertained Misses Ola Gains and Allen of Fordsville for several days Mrs Lon Moorman and little son Lewis Bennett visited in Branden burg last week Many enioyed the cottage prayer meeting at the home1 of Rev J T Lewis Tuesday evening Morris Jolly is home again and Improving rapidly under the careful treatment ot Dr Moorman Mrs James Hugh Uonley nee Nellie Henderson and son will arrive soon to make relatives a visit Miss Dolly Claycoinb left last ween for Lotiisviile where she bid a posi- tIon with the Star Dry Goodn Cor Miss Edith Marshal goes to Louis rifle Thursday evening to see the j folks at home and attend the pro duction of Ben Hur Misses Alien and Lottie Riter ofII Clarksville Tenu will arrive March 27 to make Miss Eva 43raHhear Hern- don a visit of indefinite length Two charming young dtbntantes of Long Branch Misses Eva and Kete 110I Gehee returned home Saturday after a pleasant visit to Miss Dannie Mc Gehfie Dick Henderson who spent the winter with his sister Mrs Board left Monday for W lpole N H where he will engage in the practical study of forestryNEW BETHELII Mrs Harney Squires is yet on the SICK list- William Adkisson was in Louisville last week on business Mrs James Barnes who has been quite pics is improving Silas Hawkins has just recovered from an attack of lagrippe Miss Halite Chapin of Hites Run was the guest ot Miss Bevie Hawkins Sunday Allie Squires was the guest of Miss Enla Hendrick of near Clover creek SundayCaleb Hawkins and family will leave this weeK for Nebraska wher e Ayers If your blood Is thin and im pure you are miserable all the time It is pure rich blood that invigorates strengthens refreshes You certainly know Sarsaparillathe goodhealthmedicine tested and tried for 60 years A doctors medicine AyeriSariaparlllaI clue htim world rur nervnimiesi My cure 1Is permanent and I cannot tlmnk von eiioitifh Mils DELIA JIOWELL tewarri J 5100 n bottle J C ATEUKO Lnnrpll Mai AstirStafor Poor Health ouchight c JUDGE OF THE SUPREME COURT Was Alarmingly Afflicted With La Grippe ti Cured by Peruna I i Peruna curesmore cases grippethan remediescombined HON v W H PARSONS I W IL Parsons is ExState Senator and ExSpecial Judgo of tho Supremo Court of Texas also BrigadierGeneral In Confederate Army In a recent letter from 925 H Street N W Washington D C this prominent gentle man says Upon the recommendation of personal friends and many strong test monials as to the efficacy of Peruna In the treatment of the numerous symptoms of the grippe with which I been afflicted for four months past I have been Induced to undergo a treatment with this Justly cele brated formula I feel a decided change for the better after using It only one week It Is especially good In toning up tile stomach and has had a decided effect my appetite I therefore feel much encouraged that I am on the road to complete restoration My numerous friends In Texas where I had the honor to com mand a brigade ot her Veteran Cavalry In a four years war may accept this voluntary to the merits of Peruna as a sense of obligation on my part for Its wonderful efficacy W H Parsons I There Is no remedy In the world that meets tho conditions produced by 1aI grippe better than tho remedy Peruna Peruna strengthens as it renovates 10000 in a the above the of are in the words one name they will make their future home The people of this neighborhood are having a telephone line put up run ning from Stephensport to Hardins burg- H ITES RUN Uncle John Agnew is much bet is much work being done on our church here Miss Marv Waggoner has been visit ing friends and relatives at Cloverport Miss Boyle Hawkineof New Bethel was the guest of Mips Halite Cbupin last week Miss Bertha Smith will teach a spring school here if she can get enough scholars Miss Annie Bell Rexof was the guest ot Miss Josie Sahlie last week Collins and Mr Newton 3 Our local union meets every other Saturday night They have good at tendance and talks The fifth Ministers meeting of la all other have upon have testimonial soothes while it stimulates heals as it purgaUclor deposited Exchange guarantee testimonial is genuine possession certifying Everyone timonials genuine terThere will tie held here the fifth Sunday in April on Friday Saturday and Sun day C71h32o ECJA Bears the1he Kind You Have Always Bougm Signature Y Aof OBITUARY George Haswell Fox infant son of Mr and Mrs L D Fox was born March 2 1004 aud died March 7 1005 The funeral service were conducted by Pastor J T Lewi at the Baptist of which the parents were members and the remains were laid to rest in the cemetery nn the hill Rest sweetly darling one Naught shall thy sleep Thy Fathers holy will be done Tho we be left to weep Thy life so short and dear But why should we despair Thy spirit hovers near And whispers It Meet me thereA March 20 1005 Stephensport Kye Rev and Mrs B F Orr of Hen derson were tho guests of Mr and Mrs J C last Wednes day and Thursday Weve Hired Uncle SamAs our agent to snow and SELL our goods and an investment through hllll with nsls better than a Govern ment Bond This is a special ottering j of mens SpringandSuits at 15 They are black Thlbets for dress wear and fancy and j Worsteds in light medium and dark u patterns for business wear They are GUARANTEED AUrWOOI and I made iu thoroughly uptodate styles What we ask YOU to do is to write and ask fqr samples and measure bianks saying you saw TillS ad in TIllS paper Ours is the largest and oldest house In our line In the South We OWN our building and have done business on the SAME SPOT forover FORTY YEARS We sell CLOTHING HATS and FURNISH INGS for men and boys SHOES for every body We PAY EXPRESS on J5 worth and send all goods SUBJECT TO APPROVAL Style books for all lines free on request Let us hear from you II LOUISVILLE IaAm i I i v I reaches tho source of all diseases of the mucous membranes by its action on tho vasomotor ystem of nerves Every person who has had la grippe during tho last year should take acourso of Pcruna No ono need expect perfect recovery unless they do so Tho grippo has produced catarrhal of the wholo mucous membrane and good health is until these aro restored to a normal condition This Peruna will do A groat many reme tiditlonti 1 any substantial value in these cases It has never failed to givo satisfactionII during forty years experience and still 1 occupies the unique position of being tho loading ifnot tho only specific remedy for tho aftereffects of la grippe iofHenry Dlstln Manufacturing Co writes tho following from 1441 South Ninth street Philadelphia PnII had a bad attack of la grippe last December which lasted more than three months and which left mo with catarrh and several of my friends advised mo tottr try Peruna I began with a bottle thoii first week In March and It certainly didtmo a grout deal of good I was so well satisfied that I purchased another bottlo and followed tho directions and can say that it has cured meIIenrY Dlstin i If you do not derive prompt and antis factory results from the use of PerunnIwrite at once to Dr Hartman giving a full statement of your case and ho will be pleased to give you his valuable ad vice gratis Address Dr Hartman President of The Hartman Sanitarium Columbus 0 A reward of has been the market Bank bus Ohio as that that inn our authentic letters to same Columhand of the whose is nearSteph ensport Warfield MI881Alice interesting Sunday church disturb angel Weatherholt Cassimeres LEVYSThird inflammation impossiblo l JA MILDER CLIMATE in Arkansas Louisiana Texas Stockranges 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 aUtl 21st and Match 7th and 21st Cotton Belt Route will sell round trip homeseekers tickets from St Louis Thebes Cairo and Memphis to points in above named states at rate of Xi5l or one fare plus 2Ii where it makes less than 15 One way colonist tickets February 21st and March 21st at half fare plus 2 Write for map tune table and ask about rates to any pointcLOSCHAEFERTPA t Cotton Belt Route Cincinnati O J PISQ S CURE FOR c CURES WHERE ALL ELSE fA1LeBest Cough Syrup Tastes GoodrIn time Sold by druggists tI1Use t t CONSUMPTION f I AAAAAAAAAAAAVAweeuw I t Excellent t 3 Excellent 1 Thats what they all say when wo have finished work Our work willtbear the most critical examination I as it is done on scientific principles II and according to scientific rules There is more or less science in allIIbusinesses more especially when itnyt comes to handling a watch a pieta l vt mmof jewelry or a pair of glasses M mWe have made the jewelry v business and the watch business I ittour study for more than a quarter of a century and wo flatter oursetn bitIts our life work and wo take 4 pride in it We build on our repu a J tation for honest work and good J goods f TGt- a LEWIS SON CI S YOUR JEWELERSt n HARDINSBURO KENTUCKY I- e E n TYYTYYYYYTYTTTT YTYYTYTTTY a rt IL- w