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CI THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS 1 t ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT lYOLoII XXIX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 29 1905 8 Pages NO 37III JOHN LOTT IS ENDORSED FOR STATE SENATOR IN HANCOCK To the Republicans of the 10th Sena torial District of Kentucky We members ot the Republican County Committee and the Republican voters of Hancocs County unite in asking you to support Mr John Y B Lott of our county for the Republican nomination for State Senator from this district Mr 101t Is an active and earnest Republican who has worked faithfully for the success of the party in every campaign that has been waged tn thiscounty since he reached nee is in Hancock county as a matter of party policy we believe the Repub lcan nominee should be from our county also Hancock county has not presented the district with a cundi ate In either pxrty since Hon D R Murray was elected in 1870 and the belief has long been prevalnt tnat Meade and Breckenridge counties should recognize our modesty and gracefully pass the toga over to ns for this tern as it is the first time tbat we have asked for it in thirty years With due regards and respect to the other worthy Republicans from the other counties wno are seeking the nomination and w thont any disparagement to their claims we most earnestly ask the support of the Republi cans of Meade and BrecKenrtdge counties for Mr Lott and promise them I areIthus put on equal footing with the DEATH OF MRS POLK Mrs Indiana M Polk died at 845 oclock Saturday morning at her home at Tobinsport utter a six weeks ill ness of Brights disease Death came at the age ot seventythree t Mrs Polit was the widow of the j byjI sons Graham jolk of Tobinsport and h Thos Polk of Coffeyville Run and three daughters Mrs Willie Weather f holt and Miss Fanny Polk of Tobin port and Mrs M S Cockrel of Coffeyvllle The funeral was conducted from the Methodist chnrchof which she was a Member by Rev Lusher the pastor Sunday afternoon and the interment was at the Methcdist cemetery JGEO OGLESBY DEAD Geo H Oglesby brother aT E B Oglesby of this city died Sunday morning at his home at Moseyville Daviess county after a long Illness R at an advanced age Mr Oglesby was born in this city and livedInhere until he was a young man when he went to Da itflH county where he married He was known to many people in Daviess county as Squire Oglesby and waa one of the best and most honored citizens In his sot Il lBesides a family and the brother mentioned Mr Oglesby js survived by two sisters Mrs Eliza Allen and Mia 3 Kate Oglesby of this city The funeral was held at Mosleyville- at 11 oclock Monday morning THURMANROBINSONBig cialMr Noah Thurman and Miss Saran Robinson were married Wed nesday evening at 630 oclock by the Rev Russell at the home of the bride near tpwn f his majority and aside from histuerits as a party man he is well equipped tor Legislative work and would make the district a sufe and valuable reo presentativo in the upper house of the next general assembly However this address is intended to especially impress upon the Republicans of this district the importance of recognizing Haycock Countys claims to the Senatnrship for the ensn inz term Tha Democrats very fitting Ily did thisand as the Democratic nomi I I D inocrrtta in Hancock count with their dngnn that this M Hancock Countys limp silenced we will roll up a larger majority for him in Nov embolI than we gave the hero of San Juan in the Republican tidal wave last November which was a record breaktr And with a normal Republi Lao vote in the other counties which we writ confidently expect there will he no question about Mr Letts election W H Brown Chairman D B Greathonse E J Snyder John H Miller John W Sanders N S Greathouse J W Hayden Ollie Newton- J W Burdette James Lynch BUILDING ACCEPTED Httrdinsburg Ky March 28Spe- olal The building committee for the Masonic Temple have accepted the building from the contractors Beard Co The price paid them was 5755 Including the amount paid for the lot tne building cost 0500 Beard Co did their work well and in a workmanlike manner and as con tractors they are commended to pros pective builders The Temple is perhaps the finest business house in the county an or nament to the tswn and its erection Is primarily duo to the energy and push of the young mr n JUST MISSED HEART NewtonISaturday morning for disturbing th peace on the English Kitchen corner Friday night Clark knocked Newton down and the latter got to his feet and stabbed ClarK twice in the breast with a knife The men were separated by Marshal DeHaven and lodged in jail Both were drunk at the time Clarks wounds which were not serious were dressed bv Dr LJghtfoot One of the stabs came within a quar ter of an inch of Clarks heart being deflected by a rib Clark was able to be out In town Saturda- yCOMMISSIONERS SALES Commissioner Lee Walls made two sales here Saturday The House sndt lot on High street in the East End the property ot the Walters heirs was bought by NacejLewIs for 885 and a farm near to belonging to MrsL T Reid consisting of 70 acres was bought by Joseph Mullen for 850 o ST RI8d- are D the1ha Kind You Have Always Bought GroP THE QUESTION OF GREAT IMPORT Tobacco Growers Of Breckenridge County To Decide Saturday On Varehouse Plan Hancock Is Against Pooling On investigation it has Iiieej learn ed that the consensus of opinion among the organized tobacco growers of BrecKenridge county is that tobacco should be held at home for bette prices and not in a warehouse if by any means possible and by far the larger part of them are determined to do this Which warehouse plan is best for those who feel that they need help and Iit seems that their number is small is now the all itu portant question which must be decid ed soon by the leaders of the organized tobacco growers and must be acted upon This is the principal oty tct of the delegate c invention of the local unions of the American Society of Equity in Breckenridge county which will be held at Hardinsbnrg at 10 oclock next Saturday morning The committee appointed by the joint con vention of tobacco growers of Breck enridge and Hancock counties which met here on MarcL 18 to get i ware house financed in this city have not finished their work yet partly because at the meeting here last Saturday iit was reported by delegates that some local unions do not want help for any of their members and partly because the committee and delegates want to know the outcome of the meeting at Hardmsburg before proceeding further The tobacco growers ot dan cook county as a body to themselves are opposed to any piling plan a i was shown by the action taken at a delegate convention at Haweaville Saturday when a proposition to pool tobacco on a warehouse plan similar to TRENTKASEY- Big Spring Ky March 2- SSpecialMr Daniel Trent a pros perous farmer of Custer and Miss Ella dwadyTaylor Kasey of Big Spring were united in marriage Wednesday afternoon at 3 oclock by the Rev Russell at the hcme of her brother CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our thinks t our neighbors for the kindness and sympathy shown us during the sick apes end death of our luisoand and father H fl McCoyWife and children Garfield Kf STOCK NOTES Jill Pileof Constantine sola to Vie Robertson Monday a tine gelding fo 125 The latter bought of Harry Bell at Guston eleven head fine mules price not public and one mule from Hawkins Smith for 8- 0MATTINGLY Mr and Mrs Glint Frank moved to Evansville last Saturday Mrs Ben McQuady left for Evans ville last Sunday to join her husband who has accepted a position there Mr and Mrs Ernest late moved to Cloverpoit last Friday They occupy the Robert Smith house on the hill Curtis Pate bought a fine horse last week trom Robert Polk of Cloverport Miss Lillie Brown of Victoria was Campbellelast Sunday William Ball of McQiwtTy formerly of this place is seriously ill and his re covert is doubtful Mr and Mrs Wm Lynch visited friends and relatives in Tobiusuort lest Saturday and Sunday C D Hambleton has moved on the Clint Frank farm near this pia oe Rev Chas Goffof Tartork visited his daughter Mrs Wfll Mason near Pipgah and preached at Plsgahchnroh last Sunday Mr and Mrs T N BrIckey visited her sisters Mrs Wm tn4u8 and Mrs Jula Jackson lust Sunday on Tar Creek Mr and Mrs W B Taul visited her brother Minor Furrow near StAlIn ensport last Friday He is very low with consumption Will Davis of West View is visit ing friends and relatives here The river has teen coming up this week making the second rise of the year t+ r that in vogue in Owensboro was voted down and a resolution passed to hold it at houe No doubt siveril warehouse plans wilf be submitted at the meeting at Hardinsburg next Saturday and tnt best adopted C M Roumson cf Daviess county is expected to be present and explain the Daviess county warehouse plan The ptogram for the occasion brief and Important Is as follows prizingtohaccoonHow can we best secures a reduction of tobacco acreage tn BrecKen ridge county and its importance U S Wilson organization OglesbyRelaticn merchantSVConcerning the meeting next Satur day U S Wilson president ot the county letterIto E B Oglesby says Come to the April meeting prepared for busI- ness This is aavica which can not be heedetl too well by any delegate or officer of the A S or H Mr Wilson also writEsand we would publish the letter in full if we could spare the space hfjreus follows I have been in conference with the representative of the Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Co and he tells me that he thinks this county may be financed along the lined of the same pln that iU in operation in Daviess cvSk and I aui convinced from I thetienid1or his conversation that they are mare than anxious to do it CARD OF THANKS Mr isnac Shnonton of Florence Ind wishes to extend his thanks to the friend of hiB mother for the ten er watch care over her during her in the closing days of het useful life and the tespect with which she was laid to rest in the Baker cemetery by the sida of his father CARD OF THANKS sincereothanks rev the loving remembrance and kind attention given me fled my dear lolls ones in the great logs ofii I loving wife and devoted mother I thank tne donors of te beautiful I floral designs Iud will ever hold in grateful remembrance the last tribute of love Dr David White QUITS THE RACE fa H McCrackeu of this city has I withdrawn from the race for renre en tatlve ou the Democratic ticKet Mr McCracken while appreciating the efforts of his friends in his Deualf j Says that he believes his withdrawal is for the best interests of his party A A Matter ofHealth There is a quality in Royal Baking Powder which makes the food more digestible and wholesome This peculiarity of Royal has been noted by physicians and they accord ingly endorse and recom mend it ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK MRS LETITIA W AlcGLOTHLAN DEAD Mrs L titia West McGlothlap widow of the late Martin McGlotblan died Sunday at her home at Irvington of cancer with which she had been afflicted for some time Mrs McGlothlan was born near Walnut Grove church May 1 1821 She was one of the first settlers of Irviugtou nnd resided in this county all her life She was a daughter of Samuel Adnisson and a bister of Judge Thos Adkisson and Abuer Adkissou In 1840 she was married to Mr Me Glothlau Of ten children born to the union the followicg survive Mrs Jennie Clivromb Malliesa Tesas Mrs Wildn Herndcn Henderson T N and R B McGlothlau and Miss L B McGlothlan Irvlnl ton After tthe death of her husband eleven years ago tlia wade her home with her son FORTYTWO CONVERTED Fortytwo persons were converted in the general revival which cloned Sunday at the colored Baptist chnrch Thir ty one of the converts will unite with the Baptist church and eleven with the Methodist church About twenty five of the converts will ba baptised I nI rtjhlllIberlake of Springfield Ohio SEPARATED 15 YEARS StephensportKy March 8Spa cial MisS Lillltui McKunghan Bolt of St Louis Mo arrived Saturday to be at the bedside of lipr sister Clara who is ill Miss Lillian Bolt was adopted by Mr Holt at three years of ago und had not met her sister since which was fifteen years ngo WANTED FOR SHERIFF HunlinsbuigKy March 2S Spe cial Frank DeHaven is now being urged to accept tile nominal n for sheriff on the Drnocratio ticket T II McGlothlan Mrs McGlothlan was a member of the Baptist church and a most est umbluwoumn in every respect She was known nnd lovedby many people in Irvington and in the county The funeral was conducted from the Baptist church Monday by Rev J T Lewis assisted by Rev T O Perrin of uoulsville Among those who attended the fun oral from a distance were the follow lug H W Herndon Henderson Clarence MeG lothh Louisville Mr arid Mrs C M McGlnthlan and Miss Minnie Hole of West Point Sam H Bassett Union Star Mrs Mary E Coleuian Weldon Mr and Mis Luuy Alki son and duighter Mannie Lodibnr- gHARDINSBURG REVIVAL Hardmsburg Ky March 28Spec- liil A revival was commenced at the M E church South Monday evening It is being conducted by the pastor the Rev G L Kiiiir assisted by Dr Lloyd of Bowling Gredu The Rev Prather of Hopkinsville is con dueling the singing All the chur bes are cooperating in the effort and it is thought much good will be aucom plished TO ESTABLISH STABLE HnrdSnsburg Ky Murch 8Spec- iai Willtaui Ueanchnuip and Den nie Sieerau will establish n livery stable here next week They will oc cupy tor the present S A Pates barn on First street YOUNG BOY DEAD Oiville the tteaeai old ton ot IF auk Jolly near hard burg died Monday Several opt rations ou young Tully for h tumor luilo I 10 sivo bis life n Some of the Members of the Younger Social Set L Reaping from left to right the names are as f Hows FIRST ROW llls es Ella Smith Rhea Willis Cleona Weather holt liouald Murray Jennie Mabel Harris June Smith t SECOND ROW Miss Grace Plink Mrs James S Younger Mrs Shelby Conrad THIRD ROW Misses Wattle Willis Margaret Moorman Uila Severs Maude Polk Edna Jarboe Edith Plank Edith Burn- IrOURTH j ROW Misses Verna Ryan Tobinsport Ind 5 Ray Heyser Annie Jarboe Eva Plank Margaret Burn- ti 1 ti a x F 1- w rl Translated From the French by Mary Louisellende- er r I when the sons of sailors desert the yen when the daughters of worklngmen in the hope of being taken for heiresses prefer to walk the streets alone rather than beside their honest parents A so ciety Is healthy on the contrary when each of Its members applies himself to doing very nearly what his parents have done before him but doing It better and looking to future elevation is content first to fulfill conscientious ly more nlodust duties Education should make Independent men If you wish to train your children for liberty bring them up simply nnd do not for n moment fear that in so doing you arc putting obstacles In the way of their happiness It will be quito the contrary Time more costly toys n child has the more feasts and curious entertainments the less Is ho amused In this there Is a SUIe sign Let us be temperate In our methnds of enter taining youth and especially let us not thoughtlessly create for them artificial needs rood dress nursery amuse ments let all these be as natural and simple as possible With the Idea of making life pleasant for their children some parents bring them up In habits of gormandizing and Idleness accus tom them to sensations not meant for their age multiply their parties and entertainments Sorry gifts these In place of a free man you are tanking n slave Gorged with luxury he tires of it In time and yet when for one rear son or another his pleasures full him ho will be miserable and you with him und what Is worse perhaps In somo capital encounter of life you will be readyyou and he together to sacr- ifIce manly dignity truth and duty from sheer sloth Let us bring up our children simply I had almost said rudely Let us en tice thou to exercise that gives them endurance even to privations Let them belong to those who are better trained to fatigue and the earth for abed than to the comforts of the table and couches of luxury So we shall nuke men of them Independent and stanch win may be counted on who will not soil themselves for pottage and who will have withal the faculty of being happy A too easy life brings with It a sort of lassitude in vital energy One be come blaso disillusioned an old young plan past being diverted How many young people areI in this state Upon theta have been deposited like a sort of mold tilt traces of our decrepitude The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY March 29 100 r IT MAKES ONE TIRED ftti ftI1ollute i armingII i1 II Farmers must farm better put more of their laud into meadows and perm niut pastures grow more srocK make pare and apply more manure plow Iw cultivate better grow larger trope of better quality 1011111rp1ll8II them to meet taw market grow relatively limeI tf the staple agricultural crone vhoio prices are fixed by the peons cud serfs of the cheap lauds of time woild la the light of acknowledged events isnt there just about as munch rot in the above paragraphs as could be crowded iut that miuy woide And yet it in the iinstruction given by H prominent agricultural tteacher and ham iaite gone the rounds of the agri cultural press- Farmers must farm hotter Tho tiuginees of farmers iit to onime useful aril otbded prolttct tit grow ham rhe soil and the better the farming the more of thtm product are made List year wore than two b lliou basbels of corn was produced in the eDited States more it Iis claimed by the bijutsthan can be con ntreland thureforf the rice of corn should lie low thy my Last year then the cum tanner tuniifd tiuo well What Hense i U tier in tflling tinin theyii j our skepticism our vices and the bad habits they 1m vo contracted In our company What reflections upon our selves these youths weary of life force us to make What announcements are graven on their brows These shadows say to us by contrast that happiness lies In a life true ac tive spontaneous ungalled by the yoke of the passions of unnatural needs of unhealthy stimulus keeping Intact the physical faculty of enjoying the light of day and the air we breathe and in the heart the capacity to thrill with the love of all that is generous simple and fine The artificial life engenders artificial thought nnd a speech little sure of it self Normal habits deep impressions the ordinary contact with reality bring frankness with them Falsehood Is tho vice of n slave the refuge of the cow artilyl mud weak He who Is free and strong Is unflinching in speech We should encourage in our children the hardihood to speak frankly What do we ordinarily do We trample on natural disposition level it down to the uniformity which for the crowd Is synonymous with good form To think with ones own mind feel with ones own heart express ones own person ality how unconventional how rustic Oh the atrocity of nn education which consists In the perpetual muzzling of tho only thing that gives any of us his reason for being Of how many soul murders do we become guilty Some are struck down with bludgeons others gently smothered with pillows Every thing conspires against Independence of character When we are little people wish us to be dolls or graven Images when we grow up they approve of us on condition that we are like nil the rest of the world automatons when you have seen one of them youve seen them all So the lack of originality and Initiative Is upon us and platitude nnd monotony are the distinctions of today Truth can free us from this bondage Lot our children be taught to be themselves to ring clear with out crack or inutile Make loyalty n neural to them and In timely gravest fail ures If only they acknowledge them account It fur morll that they have not covered their sin To frankness let us add Ingenuous ness In our solicitude as educators Let us have for this comrade of childhood a trifle uncivilized It Is true but so gracious and friendlynil possible regard We must not frighten It away must farm better Last year it is claimed the cot on planters produced a crop of some thir teen million bales two million bales more than the world needs the buyers say and hence the planters should accept a very low price Is it not ad ding insult to Injury to tel the cot ton planters tbeymust farm b tter The live stock market reporers Itell us Iihuft has been too much stock on the narket all the vast yearaml when there commies a time that there will not he too much the millennium will bo near hence stockmen must accept ptiueH close to or blow the cost of produoticfa Whit is to Iw thought of the man who would tell the stock fr bettertI a ln j crop Ilast year the buyers say entirely tMJ large for the producers to expect usual or remunerative prices How uuticn would the potato growers pay an instructor to tell them they must firm better And co of other crops especially fruits and vegetable In the face of these filets isnt such teaching absurd ridiculous con tem ptibleY And yet that is time ourden of the inslrution gl yen the farmers all the time and everywhere The remainder of the paragraph except the last part of it all points to increased proi notion as the thing for the farmer At the list he is told to grow less M the staple agricultural crops hose- IIUlCtfS i are Used Dy the peons and serfs cheat lands of tho world We suppose excusable ignorance is to ba pitied inther than blamed But is iignorance tver excusable in those who would instruct otherIt is the first duty ol educators to be educated them I fW 1CffESTE14iII Rifle and Pistol Cartridges The proof of the pudding is the eating the proof of the cartridge is its shooting The great popularity attained by Winchester rifle and pistol cartridges during a period of over 30 years is the best proof of their shooting qualities They always give satisfac tion Winchester 22 caliber cartridges loaded with Smokeless powder have the celebrated Winches ter Greaseless Bullets which make them cleaner to handle than any cartridges of this caliber made ALL SUCCESSFUL SPORTSMEN USE THEM py r the Simple Life By Charles Wagner When It has brace fled It so rarely comes back Ingenuousness Is not simply the sister of truth the guardian of the Individual qualities of each of us It Is besides a great Informing and edu cating force I see among us too many practicalI people so called who go about armed with terrifying spectacles and huge shears to ferret out naive things mend clip their wings They up root Ingenuousness from life from thought from education and pursue It even to the region of dreams Under pretext of making mon of their chil dren they prevent their being children at all ns If before tho ripe fruit of au tumn flowers did not have to be and perfumes and songs of birds and nil time fairy springtime I rile Indulgence for everything naive and simple not alone for the Innocent conceits that flutter round tho curly heads of children but also for the leg end the folk song the tales of the world of maven and mystery The sense of the marvelous is in the child the first form of tint sense of the In finite without which n man Is like a bird deprived of wings Let us not wean the child from It but let us guard lu him the faculty of rising above what Is earthy so that he may appre ciate later on those pure and moving symbols of vanished ages wherein hu man truth humus found formsof expression that our arid logic will never replace CHAPTER XIVC- ONCLUSION THINK I have said enough of the I spirit maid manifestations of the simple life to make It evident that there Is here a whole forgotten world of strength and beauty He can make conquest of It who has sufficient energy to detach himself iron the fa tal rubbish that trammels our days It will not take him long to perceive that In renouncing some surface satis factions and childish ambitions he increases his faculty of happiness anti his possibilities of right judgment These results concern ns much the private ns the public life It Is Incon testable that in striving against the feverish will to shine in ceasing to make the satisfaction of our desires time end of our activity In returning to modest tastes to the true life we shall labor for the unity of the family Another spirit will lreatho In our homes creat ing now customs nnd an atmosphere iPIli 1 io t I i f pViMtlin of chll selves Those who instruct as per the above paragraph known little about mark eting or price fixing They know perhaps what they pay for articles they purchase for use in their families but whence the price comethor whith er goeth the profits they know not because they have given this part cf the subject no thought having simply accepted the preconceived opinions of the seifish or ignorant And upon these pinions they base their instructions I What prices are fixed by peons and serfs of other lauds Not one in America Where the old system of marketing still prevails all prices of farm products are fixed by the purch asers the speculators and price man 1 III In lord Un the second day of last I AmerI bought plncaa at Hi On the December after the publication of the report of the Department of Agri culture the price fell with a sudden ness that startled the cotton world What peon did that What peon of other hinds pays with the live stock market with the touacco market I with the potato market with the broom corn market with the fruit market with the hay market with the vegetable market with tho price of every product not controlled by the organized producers under the system 1 Venl there needs to be an over hauling of teachers a change of text a a revision of sorinonp Instead of the old text of farmers must farm better try this FARMERS MUST MARKET BET TER Bear in wind that UptoDate Farm ing does not admit that farmers farm too well it Is the false logic of the old times that snakes it appear so We do not admit that farmers have pro duced too much of any good thing We conIIIIoductlonIgreatest importance we urge farmers through organization to MAKE AN EQUITABLE PRICE AND MARKET BETTER That is our text That is our sere won Thnt Is our instruction That is WHAT UAN BE DUNE Then the drones the back numbers the outofdnttB will have no occas ion to tell time farmers they must faiin better No road is tfo luiiL to the min who jdvatices deliberately nnd without un lue bask Uruyere dren Little by little our boys and girls will fool time enticement of Ideals a t andtrnnsfOlUlIItime exercise Its Influence on public spiritAs the solidity of n wall depend- upon time grant of the stones and the consistence of the cement which bind them togetherI so also the energy o f public life depends upon the individual value of men nnd their power of cohe sion The ourtimecomponent parts of soclet mnnECI elementInourselvestoprogress effortsthe midst of menus continually more nnd I lore perfected the workman diminishes In value of what use arc these fine tools ut his disposal By their very excellence to make more evident time faults of him who uses them without discernment or without conscience The wheelwork of the great modern machine IIs Infinitely delicate Carelessness Incompetence or corruption may produce here disturbances of fur greater gravity than would leave threatened the more or less lmll III ell tary organism of the society of the past There Is need then of looking to the quality of the Individual called upon to contribute In any measure to time workings of this mechanism Tits Individual should be at once solid mud pliable Inspired with the central law of life to be oneself and fraternal Everything within us nnd without us becomes simplified and unified under the influence of this law which Is the slime for everybody rued by which each one should guide his actions for our essential Interests are nut opposing they are Identical In cultivating the spirit of simplicity we should arrive then at giving to public life n stronger cohesion Time phenomena of decomposition and destruction that we see there rummy nil be attributed to the same cause lack of solidity and cohesion It will never be possible to say how contrary to so clnl good are the trifling Interests of caste of coterie of church the bitter strife for personal welfare and Iby a fatal1 consequence how destructiveI these things are of IndividualI happi ness A society In which each member Going To Louisville When the city directory of 1000 is issued the name ot Gen Andrew Jackson Gross will be numbered as one of the citizens of Louisville Gen Groins who is known as the apple king of BrecKtnridge county has de I Bottomlandcelebrated his sixty first blrtnday an niversary and has concluded to take lifo easy tor the remainder ot his days Gen Gross business interes s in 1 Louisville keep him here several days each mouth and Mrs Gross is left at home alone to run the farm I I Gen Gross who has bfeeh in Louisville for the past ten days disposing of uls crop of apples returned home toJay I raised over 8000 barrels of apples lust year said Gen Gross and have sold all but 200 barrels which are now in cold storage in this I ninetyIacres containing over trees When my farm is sold Mrs Gross and I will come to Louisville to live GenGross was United States Mar sal for Kentucky during Clevelands first administration and was Ad jntnnt General under Gov John Young Brown Afterward he served a term nb State Senator Fridays Lou isville Times Pleasant and Harmless Dont drug the stomach to cure a cough One Minute Cough Cure cuts the mucus draws the inflammation out of tho throat lungs and bronchial tubes heals soothes and cures A I Whoopll1gIa cough in one minute because it acts first on the mucus membrane right where the cough troublesin the throat or t deepseated on the mugs Sold by All Druggist- sERRONEOUS REPORTS It was repored in s veral daily papers last week by a correspondent at Tell City that signs of life were apparent in the body of Mrs SI Sulzer who died at her home in Cnnnelton on March 10 and whose body had beet in a vault since the funeral Relatives here received assurance by telephone from Cnnnelton Thursday that the re ports were without foundation The erroneous reports were corrected In a special in Fridays CourierJour nal TO BE REPAIRED Repairs will be made at the Baptist church this spring in the wayof repainting and repapering 11 III U 7 4M O Copyright 1901 Dy McClure Phillips CotI 1 Is preoccupied with his own well being Is organized disorder This Is nil that 1we learn from the Irreconcilable con 1filcts of our uncompromising egoism We too much resemble those people who claim the rights of family only doshonor to the connection On all rounds putfground that we are creditors no one recognizes the tact that he Is a debtor and our dealings with our fellows con slat in Inviting them in tones some times amiable sometimes arrogant to discharge their Indebtedness to us No good thing Is attained In this spirit For In fact It Is the spirit of privilege thnteternnl enemy of universal law that obstacle to brotherly understanding which Is ever presenting Itself mess In n lecture delivered In 1882 M Re man said that n nation is n spiritual family and he added The essential of a nation Is that all tho Individuals should have many things in common and also that nil should have forgotten much It Is Important to know what to forget and what to remember not only In the past but also in our dally life Our memories nro lumbered with the things that divide us the things which unite us slip away Each of us keeps at the most luminous point of his souvenirs a lively sense of his secondary quality his part of agriculturist day laborer man of letters public ofll cer proletary bourgeois or political or religious sectarian but his essential quality which Is to be a son of his country nnd a flan Is relegated to the shade Scarcely does he keep even n theoretic notion of It So that whnt oc cupies us and determines our actions Is precisely the thing that separates us from others and there Is hardly place for that spirit of unity which Is ns the soul of n people So too do we foster bad feeling in our brothers Men animated by n spirit of particularism exclusiveness nnd pride are continually clashing They cannot meet without rousing afresh the sentiment of division and henlsIup in their remembrance a stock of reciprocal ill will of mistrust of ran cor All this Is bad feeling with Its consequencesIt rooted out of our midst Remember forget This we should say to ourselves every morning In nil our relations and affairs Remember LOTT ANNOUNCES Hawesville KyMarch 3John Y Lott ot Lewisport this county has announced ns a Republican candidate for Senator from this the Tenth senatorial district HAS STOOD ME TEST 25 YEARS Ohl1lTonic on und quinine In u tasteless form No cure no pay 50c HAVE BIG CLASS The local lodge of Knights of Pythias have a class of al out twenty who will take the different degrees at the regular meetings for several week- sUNEXPECTED SUCCESS The Equity warehouses started in to handle 1000000 pounds That figure was reached today and it is now be lieved that fully 4000000 pounds will be placed in the warehouses The suc cess for the mopemert tins far outstrip ed the expectations or even the hopes of those who had the matter in hand Fridays Owensboro Inquirer NEW COMPANY Frankfort Ky March 4Time Leitchfield Ice Light and Water Com pany capital 06U0 tiled incorporation articles with the Secretary of StateHIS INDIAN RELICS Hancock Clarion Probably the largest and most vain a ble collection of Indian relics to be gathered by one roan in this state it not the country is owned by Unolo Tommirt Cox at Lewl port Every piece which he possesses was unearth ed hy his own efforts and not a one was bought Nearly all of Iheia were found at n depth of from six to twelve feet over on Corn Island in Indiana opposite Lewisport He nas been twen tyeight years getting together the cot lection which now consists of 1200 pieces embracing every Known relic I of the noble savage with the single exception of cooking pots which he I has been unable to secure Uncle Totumie believes it to be the best oneman find in the United States that is where money was not used in their purchase Twelve years ago Mr Cox sold 34 peices for 08 to Bnsye time Rockport druggist Mr Basye took the purchase to Italy where it took a JOO premium He asks 875 for the present collection and before it was nearly as complete as Iit now is he was offered 200 some thing like onethird of them having been gathered since Mr vJox is hav ing an immense case with glass front i 0 ii the essential forgot the accessory How much better should wo discharge our duties ns citizens if high and low were nourished from this spirit How easy to cultivate pleasant remem brances In the mind of ones neighbor by sowing It with 1 kind deeds and rev training from procedures of which In spite of himself he Is forced to say i 1 with hatred In his heart Never In the world will I forget The spirit of simplicity is a greatr magician It softens asperities brldgos- chnsms 4draws together hands and I hearts The forms which It takes In I the world are Infinite In number butInever does It seem to us more admira i ble than when It shows itself across the fatal barrier of position Interest or prejudice overcoming the greatest obstacles permitting those whom everything I seems to separate to under stand one mother estoemfone another love one another This is ihe true so cial cement tit goes Into the building of n people THE END Married At Princeton Ind News was received here Thursday of the marriage of Dan Burk and Miss Pearl Fella of Addison at Princeton Ind on last Wednesday evening Miss Fella was on a visit to relatives at Princeton at the time of the wed ding whiflh came as a surprise Miss Fells Is a daughter of Mr and Mrs C J Fella of Addison former ly of this city For several years she has taught in the public schols of the county and has given general antis faction She is recognized as one of the countys best young teachers and has many friends here and at AddIson Mr Burk is a son of Mrs William Minor of Addison and is of one of the countys best families He has engaged exten lvelrin farming at Addison and is in his section ot the county A Good Things 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 socalled Catarrh remedies do but It relieves you instantly by sooth ing the inflamed parts and the gprms which cause the destroyiugII dont suffer Try it today j made and will display the collection f in Schaffers drug store He is a gen= Jsusknowedge on the subject He is a vet eran of the civil war and draws a I pension most of his declining days being spent in hunting for and talking about the In Ian trinkets and the customs Rnjy habits of tho North f American Indian ITS MERIT IS PROVED RECORD OF A GREAT MEDICINE A Prominent Cincinnati Woman Tolla VegetableCompound PlnkhamsVegetable tho women of America is attracting leadingscientistsi generally Tho followIng letter is only one of inthoprovebeyondhams Vegetable Compound must bo a remedy of great merit otherwise itcould not produce such marvelous rev sults among sick and ailing women Dear Mrs Pinklmamd sufferer severe pain extreme nervousness and fro doctorIfivebottlosoftheretorolIeartllysplendid uterino tonic It makes the monthly lal pleasedAtoMrs Sara Wilson 31 East 3d Street Cincin nati Ohio If you have suppressed Or painful menstruation weakness of the stom yyafloodingness faintness dontenronandwant tobeloftalone n feeling ex citability backache or the blues thesa i are sure indications of female weak ness somo derangement of tho uterus thoreIsE Pinkhams Vegetable Compound j 1r f I t f t The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY March 20 1005 DIPPING IN THE DISH lli I A CUSTOM STILL IN VOGUE AMONG SEMICIVILIZED ORIENTALS The Filthy Iliihlt of UntliiK In Com moil Flint IN ol1oHl by tIC ArnbH AIIIOIIK AVIinm IliiRLr Yet 4i KclKii Superior to Pork m Germs cannot be as destructive to human health ns Is popularly believed for If they were the total destruction of the orientals would have taken place many centuries ago for union fie many peculiar and primitive ctlrt- olnsJot the Homlclvlllzcd races of the IIjlv one of the most loathsome prac ticed today is that culled by westerners dipping In the dish The custom dates back to Biblical days 4 Witnessing nn Arab meal one truly that there can be aiiy humanI IondersI beings to carry on this horrid cus I tom when one considers how great are I the precautions deemed necessary In civilized lands both for the sake of cleanliness nod for checking the spread of disease for it Is a collection off dirty and grimy hands that one sees around the one common dish of rice and beans or of sour milk which con stitutes the principal meal of the day either In the home or In the field To watch these hungry beings set ting to work to devour their food mak ing use of their black hands reeking with filth and grime Is enough to tale away ones own appetite True ciiougu according to the religious laws of both Mohammedans and Jews it Is required that the hands be washed before catlnc ns well as before praying Correct manners demand that the bearer of pitcher shall pour water over the hands ot each member of a group sitting L jdown to mist Where the people are t well to do both pitcher nUll basin are of sliver and a towel Is carried on the bearers arm for the wiping of Lands Ordinary people simply pour the water over the hands letting it fall to the ground and using the corner of the flowing robe for a towel But even when they do thus wash their hands before sitting down to eat the scarcity of water allows only a so called cats lick nod as soap Is nn unknown quantity to the Arab this sprinkling of water over his finger tips does not really lessen the dirt on the hands as they are rarely washed at other times nor does It remove any germs of disease that must inevitably have settled there during the days In tercourse with animals and friends nnd neighbors of every class end condition to each of whom a hearty salutation has been offered In the shape of much and effusive kissing of 11bnUllshllkln and faces nil of which more or less to spread germs Ie When one thinks of the numerous 1 lepers In Palestine who are allowed l a1llictedlfreely with others regardless of the I possibility of Infection without men j tioning the appalling prevalence of ophthalmia about which there is abso cutely no care or precaution taken It ii becomes a fearsome sight this min sling of soiled and diseased hands in- oue common dish of food at the same time and the placing of these hands within the enters mouths after having handled food Just touched by their neighbors perhaps filthier ones Still more repelling than this custom of putting ones food Into ones own mouth with soiled and greasy hands Is the mark of attention demanded by Bedouin etiquette from a host to his guest Before any of the group seated on the rough matting around the wood en bowl of food on the floor begin to eat the host with much ostentation places his hand in the dish before him and taking out a good handful of the greasy sop rolls it wen between his THE body gets its life from properly digested I I Healthy digestion means puro blood for tbo body but stomach troubles arise from carelessness in eating and stomach disorders upset the entiresystem Improperly j masticated foodsours en the stomach causing distressing ncuseaWhenthe stomach becomes weakened j and worn out and dyspepsia I claims tho vicM- mThodforda BlackDraught I cures dyspepsia It frees tho stomach and bowels of congested I matter and gives the stomach t new life Tho stomach is quickly p invigorated and the natural 1 stimulation results in a goody 1 appetite with time power to thOr V r ouchly digest food I You can build fup your stomach with this mild and natural remedy Try Thedfords Black I Draught today You can buy a S package from your dealer for I 25c lf Ixe does not keep it send tho money to The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Term and a package will be mailed you J THEBFOEDSBLACKDRAUGHT L I palms ana patting it down rnorougnry Into the shape of n ball reaches over toward his guest and himself puts It right Into his mouth pushing It well in with his fingers This Is Arab courtesy and hospital ty and If the guest Is well bred he will open his mouth to receive this dainty morsel and thus accept his hosts mark of favor With this signal the meal begins Then turning up their wide sleeves to Ikeep them well out of the dish the company set to work hastily to devour the contents of the dish be tore them and suddenly eight or ten dirty hands are plunged Into the dish at once There Is an unwritten law which appoints to each man his own portion for digging hi the dlshthat is the part nearest to his right hand and It would be as gross impoliteness for him to help himself to that on his left as for west eructs to put knives In their mouths 5nly one hand should be used and with this balls are made out of the greasy mess which are chucked into the mouth by a dexterous movement of the thumb But rules of savage etl quette are broken In the orient as often as those of good breeding are In the Occident and so one often sees groups of men in Palestine eating together In a rapacious manner putting both soil ed hands In the dish at once for greater ease in more quickly securing large mouthfuls of food The Arabs have a saying about any one who helps himself too greedily from the dish lIe descends like the foot of a crow but ascends like the hoot of a camel A meal consists of one course only and all the different iricsscs are mixed together whether meats sweets or acids The only pretense made for n plate or a fork Is the thin Hat cake of bread which breaks up easily With It persons sop up the fluids and vegetables and they dish up the handfuls of food which they squeeze Into the bread thus making the litter serve for the outer wall of the ball of greasy substance ivhlch Is to be thrown Into their oionths It Is then eaten with much smacking of lips and other vulgar sounds to demonstrate to their host their thorough appreciation and relish of his repast Not to do this Is to ap peer most ungrateful and Impolite Each person after well tilling his mouth shakes his open hand over the dish to throw back any grains of food which might have adhered to his greasy palm lest mummy bo wasted It would seem as though the fact of their handling the common meats would be disgusting enough but It Is the climax to see them rubbing oft the crumbs that stick to their dirty hands Into the bowl frown whence their neighbors must take their next mouthful This process Is repeated every Instant until every one is satisfied Even In a land of such customs there are grades of barbarism Thus the moro civilized Arabs consider It rude to put the whole of one hand Into the dish and only use three lingers to help themselves more delicately to the food from the common dish Whenever they do attempt to use table utensils It Is mnlerely to Hull favor In the eyes of some European guest and they appear ludicrous and clumsy In their handling of these modern tools and not infre quently emit their lips with the knives or prick them with the forks Where cups are provided the drink ing is done In common just like the eating for only one or two cups are considered necessary for the whole party Hut the usual thing for them to do is to finish eatlug their meal without drinking and then mull rise up and go together to the well and drink till they are satisfied Whenever there Is meat to be carveu or rather to be divided among the company time host does this with his hands but not without abundantly splashing the garments of the partak ers of the feast as he tears the meat violently asunder The clothes of the guests are in constant danger during the meal for if the host becomes very genial and happy he Is liable to have sudden fits of affection for some of his friends and with the usual exag gerated demonstratlveness of the oil out will hug the victim with both his sticky hands or else will throw dainty morsels of meat toward him torn of the bone especially for him as a mark of favor and delicate attention A European once asked some natives why they dill not use knives and forks and one of them answered Indignantly Tic Idea of using manufactured uten sils It Is an Insult to God Almighty who created our hands Another ex plained that their mode was by far the cleanlier for he exclaimed How cat you bear to put Into your mouths knives and forks which have been used by other people We prefer to eit with our hands which are absolutely our ownSlw York Tribune CROWD AT HAWESVILLE Between forty and fifty citizens of Cloverport attended the Thursday evening service at the Methodist church nt Hawesville where Evangelist J T Newsom of Murfreestoro Jenn has been holding a series of meetings returning on train No 48 which was held over until the close of the service The larger part of the number went down on train No 43 This was the second time Clover port showed its appreciation of the good work done here by Rev New som by sending a large delegation to attend a service at the IHawesvllle church DOING WELL IN WEST M L Jnristian of Clinton Iowa formerly of tnls city arrived Wadnes day for a visit to relatives here Sir Christian IB master mechanic of the American Wire Cloth company at Clinton and has peed doing well since going there last vear 1 Mrs David White Dead Mrs Nellie Whiter wife of Dr David White of Tobinsport Ind died last Thursday morning at G oclock after an illness of a few days Mrs White was twentynine years of age She was a daughter of Mary Eon j J B Simons and was born and reared in this city She was married about seven years ago to Dr White For about two years after their marriage they resided at Stepheusport where Dr White practiced his profession After that they moved to Tobinsport where Dr Waite built up a good practice- M s White is survived by her husband a threeyearold daughter and an infant a sister Miss Minnie Simons and a brother Alvin Simons both of this city Mrs White was a member of the Lucile Memorial Presbyterian churcji of this city Her death was a great shock to her relatives anil many friendsThe funeral was held Friday morning at 10 oclock from the Methodist church at Tobinsport Rev A Powell officiat ing The inte ment was at the cemetery near the church About a score of relatives and friends from this city attended the funeral Strikes Hidden Rocks When your ship of health strikes the hidden rocks of Consumption Pneumonia etc you are lost if your dont get help from Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption J W McKinnon of Talladega Springs Ala writes I had been very ill wih Pneumonia under the care ot two doctors but was getting no better when I uegau to take Dr Kings New Discovery The first dose gave relief one bottle cured me Sure cure for sore throat buononitls coughs and colds Guaranteed at Short S Haynes arug store price line miss 100 Trial bottle free OBITUARY Verdie Ellen Pate was born March 20 181 and died of a complication of dis senses at her home in Blair Neb March M 1005 aged UJ years 11 months and IS lays The funeral services were held at the Methodist church in Kennard conducted by Dr A G Markley pastor of the Methodist church of Blair assisted by Rev r S Watson pas tor of the Methodist church of this place lute ment Kenuard cemetery The grief stricken parents and relatives have the sympathy of a lunge circle ot friends here and at Kemuird who deeply mourn with them as they are thus called to sit within the shadow of their bitter sorrow A Destructive Fire- To draw the fire out of a burn or heal a cut without leaving a soar use f eWitts Witch HazeiSnlveA specifip for piles Get the genuine J LTUCK er editor of the Hnrinomzer Center Ala writes I have used DeWitfa Witch Fazel Salve in uiyfarmly for Plies cuts and burns It is time best salve on the market Every family should keep It on hand Sold by nil Druggists MESSAGE TOO LATE A telephone message was received here late Friday afternoon from Can nelton requesting that a runaway oy front that place by the name of Simmons be held by time authorities if found here Young Simmons and two othei boys were here Friday at noon but probably left on a freight train as they were not fseenthe message had come sooner local officers coup1 have held time hays The message was front the mother of the Simmons buoy GIFTS FOR ROOSEVELT A jug of water from the Lincoln spring on the farm in Larur county Kentucky where Mrahallllincoin was horn and a block of wood cut from it tree which stands near the spring will be presented to President Roosevelt vien he coupes to Louisville April 4 Louisville Courier Journal Mr J M Allen tuD E Jacob Street Louisville Ky says My wife has for some time been troubled with rough hands nnd tatter After using about onehalf bottle of Par oomph tho trouble limas dis appeared much to her satisfaction 1- nd fit also on my sore foot tender trout much walkiutr and it gave mo great relief Parncamph makes time skin soft wmooth nnd healthy SCARCITY OF MULES It is said that never before in tho his toryof Kentucky has there been such ft scarcity of mules and in cousequence of a heavy demand priceslare unusually high The exportation of mules within the past few years for war purposes is given as the cause of the scarcity VISITS MEAN MUCH The Henderson Route pay train was here Friday afternoon Because of the fact that little tobacco has been delivered here and not so much money is in circulation as it was this time last your the monthly visits of the pay train mean much more thtu they did then and are much more appreciated OASXORX A Boara theTheKind You Have Always BougU Sfgnataro rd 4 AFRICAN HOSPITALITY Hospitality may be considered as one of the characteristics of not only time Vels but of the whole African race It is considered the duty of every citizen to entertain strangers without the small est compensation Places of rest stand always open and when these are found occupied by strangers a man goes and tells his wife who will send her servants with water for the strangers to wash their feet for as they wear no shoes theynaturally need such accommoda tion Afterward rooms and cloth wrap pers art given them food is brought frpm all quarters or they are invited to eat With the people They continue to be so provided for even if they stay months fit it garments are also washed and returned to them On leavng thy gtnerally mak a small gtft to the wife of the ho t though not more than two or three cola nuts or two or three English pennies Trout Africas AprilCenturyA GUARANTEED CURE FOR CHILLS Itching mind Bleeding or Protruding Plies UrucKlsts refund money It IAOOINTMKN T fulls to cure miy case no mutter of how longstanding Inc to 14 days First yourdruggistwill bo fonvunkd postpaid by furls Mtdl clnoCo t Louts Mo He AViiH MoileNt ItTlIlM Charge In the good old times in a certain Massachusetts town a gentleman of the decayed respectability sort whose debts were more numerous thou was desirable either to him or his creditors male a friendly call at a lawyers c flee and found that he had gone to dinner lie smut down however antI presently n stranger entered and supposing him to lie the lawyer said I wish to make an Inquiry about Colo nel Hall tour bank has como Into pos session of paper bearing his name nail we are n little anxious about It Can you give me an opinion regnnllnK bis soundness 1 Now tilt mini addrcsnod was Colo no Hall nod he wits shrewd enough to keep within the strict truth ills Ing from Ills chair ho brought one Itnml down firmly nnd wild I trout I sir that I timid every pllof paper bearing Colonel Halls name In my possession at this moment I wHlLl feel porfictly swure If I had II That IB mull I want to know declared the visitor We will extend his time If he wishes It mil I thank you for your statement What do I owe you t Colonel tall was modest In his charge for this opinlom- iSlgnhlenuee of Yon mill Von It IsI a common mistake of Ameri cansto think that the prolix van before a Mitch unite signifies nobility In time Iow Countries that Is in time kingdoms of the Netherlands mind of Holgluin van has no particular moaning Names with van arc apt to bo rend on shops as well as on time doors of tho most aristocratic man sions The humblest persons have it as well as the most refined On time other hand a great number of thu very oldest families mire without It In Germany von moans noble and all persons belonging to the nobility have sun before their family names without mummy exception Persons who do not belong to the nobility cannot putt von before their names as they have no right to do so amid would be found out directly If they assumed it and make themselves ridiculous But in case of a Ruin being knighted for some reason or other he huts the right to put von before his family name For Instance wJion Alexander Hum boldt was knighted he became Alexan der von Ilumboldt and all his descend ants male and fomalo take the prefix A nixlllitMl Aitlniiil Keeper A keeper In an 1English zoological gurdiii had been employed on account of his supposed1 fondness for animals butt was soon found to have Incurred the euuilty of his charges Their enmity was not shown at once but presently became universal and strong Ily pronounced It was suspected that while outwardly treating them with kindness he must secretly hurt or an noy them lIe denied having done anything of tho sort emit his general manner seemed to bear out his protes tations A watch was set upon him with a curious result It appeared that he never spoke to the animals find for tint roason alone his presence was In tolerable to them OASTORCABoars Kind You Have Always Bough of thdheLLY IlUtNinKM of nil Alphabet Few people runllxv said n college professor that time twentysix symbols limit wo cull thenlphabot represent uiu ilyI or In combination nil the sounds of all tin languages upon earth Hy form lug kltera Into words we mire able to emboily thought to render It visible audible perpetual and ubiquitous Km bulmcdI In writing the intellect may thus enjoy u species or Immortality upon earth and every man may pnhhit nn Imperishable portrait of his own mind InuTiousurably more Instructive nnd interesting to posterity than those fleeting likenesses of face and forum In trusted to canvas or oven to bronxu and marble What myriads have passedI away leaving not a wreck behind then while time mental features of some con temporary writer survive hi all the freshness cud Integrity with which they were mist traced Literary paint- Ing Is the greatest of all delineation For It we may thank the alphabet purl the Phoenicians for tho alphabet It was Gibbon I think who said that Phoenicia and Palestine would ever live In the memory of mankind slice America as well as nil Europe hud received nu alphabet from one and a religion from time other eNe0e0ee0eeeeeeel eeeeeee- ej Hank of Hardinsburg fOFFICIRS t i iBF BEARD PRESIDENT DIRECTORS M H BEARD Cashier I Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beard fDrA 11 Kincheloe D S Richardson iiInsured against loss by fire or burglary depositsN00000eN0000000NNe0e + + N r The Breckinridge Bank Cloverport Ky Cap tal Stock 45100 Surplus 7000 Incorporated Organ rcd M 1872 W II BOWMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier DR F L LIGHTFOOT VPres CHAS B SKILLMAN Asst Oashier Accounts of Firms Individuals and Corporations solicited Any business entrusted to us will receive prompt mid cAreful attention Storage place for packages in our fireproof vault furniihed our customers free NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS Interest paid on time deposits u n t NN Wes C isNC NN N NNNNN9 I First State Bank IRVINGTON KY W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP Victricsident- H H KEMPER Cashier IIAccounts of Corporations Firms find Individuals solicited iiInterest Paid on Time Deposits eeoeoos NCNor or +v THE Fifth Avenue HOTEL fl KyIIII PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr o tLJr 1000000000000000004000000000 00010000000001100000100- 0i I DAN BROOKS CO LIVE STOCK COMMISSION flERCHANTS CENTRAL STOCK YARDS LOUISVILLE 00010010111101001100101000 001000011000101100010eN Ifllt1U GoodLand forI I Farms HILTON IuH H Stylish Comfortable Tailor clothes- All latest patterns for suits trousers in high rmdo fabrics Clothes made by modern methods Fit guaranteed Moderate prices Ex pert tailois employed J II HUNSCHE Casper Co CinnIton 1Time most centrally and only Srst class hotel In the city making a 200 rate Only one block from she principal IJ shopping district and two blocks from the principal theatres 1 Street curs paw the door to all parts fof time cltv- Everything neat and clean m A a a J 7iTi1 jT e 1 un i i T 1 1 1 0 i KY I TO iimo I the A IIt iis good and its rhcp in l X a Oklahoma along tho Frisco System t t itt want to seu Jt + Thats why wo make surli Cheap I RoundTrip Halts April land IS I I Ask A G P A IST IollSI MO made timid May In0 located and Wo you V G BABBAGE PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR Many years experience in sot thug estates All collection reas unable I IClovcrport Kentucky I I Saniords Fine Inks 6 Mucilage IIn full assortments of handy sixo bottles Library and photo pastes to boot JNO D BABBAGE School books etc HALES AttorneyatLaw CUIeI VEGETABLE SICILIAN Hair Renewer IRenews the hair makesit new again restores the freshness Just what you need if your hair is faded orturning gray for it always restores the color Stops falling hair alsouVlr uitrco7CJrt+ Vgoto t 1 titt r 9 kY n LL THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D and V G BABBAGE Editors and Proprietors i Issued Evory Yednesdny Subscription Pnco 100 a year or 125 if paid at the end of year CARDS OF THAXKS over five linos charred for nt the rate of 10 cents per line- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money m in advance I Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct plensi notify us- 1rhon ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old us well as the now address EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY MARCH 29 1905 TUO CGUTS To be jealous of any ncwooiner or nowdoer who like n John 1Vtslcy traveling preacher walks through or around our city and points out now quarries of marble or coal or new springs of healthful water is nothing if not shortsighted Pope snys something like this Let be our judgment as our watches none Go just alike yet each believe his own Each individual has in veins and spot a knack or genius of his ownlot him work at it incessantly until ho works it outs to some practical end- Whatever you do keep oil a dead Invol John Wananiaker tt HoiK nnd keep busy DONT got out of your ilnnnols yet ltwl ledt olris only fooling h you TUB man behind the pencil in this column is now behind the hoe in his garden with his wife behind him So with the sunshine beaming down at about 100 you can imagine what kind of a box he is in NoxK knew her but to love her can be truly said of good old grandma McGlothlan who died last Sunday at the ripe old age of eighty four You always got a good word nndn hearty welcome at her home God bless her heaven is her home now H U n Mr John Y B Lott of Lewisport Hancock county is a candi date for the Republican nomination for State Senator in this district Mr Lott comes with a strong indorsement from the Republican com mittee of his county and must be a pretty nice young man judging from what his fellow county men say of him11re dont know the young man Never met him until the other day when he called on us aand gave us the announcement which appears in another column We were favorably impressed with his appearance however und bespeak for him the kind consideration of Republicans in Brecken ridge and Meade it is said of Mr Lott that ho is a good speaker thoroughly versed in Republican ideas and policies mild that he will slake H stVong candidate and make it mighty lively for the Democratic nominee PATESVILLE Dr J W Milner was in Pellville aUll lIRe i11 Saturday aUKS Bradslmw of Tell City Ind is visiting friends and relatives here Dr W L Lawless and family returned- to their home in Horse Braucli Tuesday t Mr anti Mrs Bell Frymire and soin Randolph returned to Tell City Sun dayS J Baker and sons Marvin and Tarvin Were in Hawesville Saturday on business 0 Malt Jnrboe ww iu Cloverport Mon day Of last week after a load of undertakers good 1 Mrs W C R id of Tell City Ind spent a few dnyyAith her daughter Mrs A V Day j Laurence Lawless who hag been visiting friends and relatives returned tc Tell City Monday Miss Sue Stephens of Hawenville was the guest of her sister Mrs W M Powers Saturday sad Sunday I Mr and Mrs Jesse Marlow return c1 1 k Sunday from Louisville where they had beej spending lew days isaRc Simontoii of Florence Ind arrivedat this place Tuesday evening of last week and being delayed on his Way he wes too late for the funeral of his stepmother Mrs Mary Simonton Among those who attended the fun erals of James Luwless and Mrs Mary Simonton were Mrs W II Kyler and son lfloyd Mrs S Rosenblatt anti daughter Rachel Mrs Chas and Will Kyler awl Mrs Bell and Ella Fritz of Hawesville The Force nt Strong Poraonnlltr Who has not felt his power multiplied many tithes his intellect sharpened and a keener edge put on all of his faculties whet coming into contact with a strong personality which has seemed to unlock hidden powers which he never before dreamed he possessed so that ho could say things and do things impossible to him when alone Tho power of the orator which lu flings back to his listeners he first draws from his audience but he could never get It from the separate individ uals any wore than the chemist could get the full power from chemicals standing in sepnrntcbottles in his ratory It Is in contact and tions only that new creations IlIbojj forms are developed 0 S Success Mjiguziue r IrplniulN Snored Onlc In years gone by Ireland had a sa creel oak dcllcnted to St Columbnn 0110 of the peculiarities of the tree be big that whoever carried a small bit of the wood or bark in his mouth would never meet with a violent death it be ing tspoclally ellicnelous In saving Christian martyrs from the block It was known throughout the British isles ns the holy oak of Kenmnrc Niter the lapse of ninny centuries this sacVed oak was uprooted by a storm after which it vas said to be guarded by angels to keep heretics from gather hag the wood for fuel At lust u wick ed tanner barked mil of its largest limbs and to muni some leather which he made Into sloes for himself hnn Iii ing that such relics would bring him wealth and power He wore theta but once however but that one time was enough to iniike him an incurable leper riii lau Work Much of the success of life depends ou proper preparation for the days work Most people work either in the homo or oiHce nnd they desire to get the most out of themselves To rise late rush through the toilet mind gulp down a hasty breakfast Is no prepara tion for n good days work yet It is safe to say that tho majority of women begin the day In this way It is just as easy to rllle In plenty of time if one will only do It The tendency on wak fug Is to stretch and yawn A few minutes spout In this deep breathing is always restful This should be fol lowed by n few breaths of fresh nlr drinking a couple glasses of water ex orcises that suit the case the bath and toilet This form a mental attitude consistent with a good days work A simple breakfast some take none should follow before un unhurried journey either to office or tbe routine of housework Stand erect breathe erect think erect and half tbe battle of life Is woo Housekeeperone that knows more dy and that Is everybody The DnnoM 11111 of Fare Lieutenant Robert E Peary at a dinner of time Arctic society once spoke jn the privations suffered by his party In his previous expedition In the course- of his remarks he mentioned the fact that the sole miracle of diet for thirty lays of one of the members of his party a Dune was dried bones After vnrd Lieutenant Peary wes approach eti by a friend who expressed incralull ty TIIt nest have been a great Dane of yours said he sneerlngly Yes replied the lieutenant he way a splendid dog Nasal CATARRHIn Elys Cream Balm cleanses Boothee and heat the diseased membrane It cures catarrh and drives away a cold In the head quickly Cream Jlnlin Is placed Into tile noetrtleepteac over the membrane and Is absorbed Relief U Immediate and t cure follows It Is not drylngdocs not produce sneezing Large Size 60 cents at DruC gists or by mall Trial Size 10 cents ELY unOTHEns 66 Warren street 1 W Ya- riANNOUNCEMENTS t POK AILERIWe lire iiirliorlrea toTnnounce Pete Lyon th Upliin portcUstrlet us a cued lute for Jillerof llrecUenrldue county sum jest to the action of the Democratic convey tton April 3 FOR JAILER K are authorized to unnounoc W LIiaU Wof Kockviili1 for tlm olllco of Julltr of reckonndjo county subject to the aettu of the Republican party FOR COUNTY JUDGE WE are authorized to announce Henry Moorman ns u candidate for County Judge of HreckenrldKO county sub Ject to the action of the Democratic party By the most delicate rendering of th quantity of light reflected from each and every part of the room and 1 till figures and objects In It ho has glen to the lutter the reality of form ond to tho rooms Its hollowness and dls tnnco St Nicholas Now Caledonia Until ISoS New Caledonia was a sort of no mans land Then both Kugla and Franco decided to annex It atlll orders came to two warships to proceem thither at once They started the sum day The English captain hail hear of the reefs that surround the island and lie was cautious The Freuchm wont ahead without regard for the reefs When time British captain iur rived he saw the tricolor flying from ia kill and he was Invited to come in and lunch on French soil The Mcxieim Letter Writer As ninny of time lower classes In th City of Mexico can neither rend norI write the Mexican letter writer does iu thriving business lie writes letter of nil kinds love letters begging let torsit matters little to him so that lit Is paid for his work These men tin found In tle Plasm of Santo DomIngo n sort of market pln e where second hand nrtiiIi+ are for sine ills IINeusrry City Chap back from a visitI to thl farm Yon know I thought I had cisch wheel the hire Luau foili me tI mk UK v that didnt lure na liorna Trend Wasnt it City yams I It Snt the Loris that 1111 llturl rn i vlicn a gwihorn Il + tmi In r II1i4 f e bind ks Detroit 1I1w- t tlt ls Wnltlui Upon HIM Unite Two hundred years ago it was a eus tom very nueml In England for till bridegroom to wait upon his bride on timely wedding day rime following ex tract from John Shcbbeares Matrimony a book published in the middle of the elghteonth century testifies 1 to this and refers to time popular superstition about It Time dinner belli served Sir Oliver wits the gayest nmart In the company The bridegroom nut bride sitting by the side of iach other the old geiitUinan observed Odshear dsheurt What dine with the bride the first day A line bridegroom n hue bridegroom t It was the fashb when I was married to stand bciiln 1 the brides chair with a napkin unJ serve her Sewe her today shell serve you always titter Tin Perspective of Mulit- Velasquez recognized that light ili elastic and illuminates the air hone lw was the first to discover a now ltin1 of perspective Men long ago lmui mrnud to milieu hues vanish from tie eyetp make the figures diminish In sire and shnpe as they recede from the front and 10 explain the distance b onwisU of light andxhadc But Le discovered the perspective of light The Tuft or Progress Luther Burbank of Sun Kmnclsco CuI- hnl perfected a fadeless flower The lionwlriB carriage whIzzes by With puff And t1811h and slam Through every breath of ours may fly A wireless telegram The seedless raIsin on the plato We Joyfully devour Things are perfected while wo walt lIe o Gomes the fadeless lower The coreless apple Is announced The whlplcss school Is hereNo scholar any more Is trounced By teacher kind and dear The scentless onion now la grown Improvement every hour Into the scheme of things Is thrown Behold the fadeless flower The jokelcss comedy we see Tho tailless horse we drive The honey served to you and me Comes from a bceless hive Suckwheatless buckwheat cakes wo eat And gather strongthless power Some new thing every day we greet Observe she fadeless flower Oh would they freeze some meltless ice Or make some footless gas Or furnish coal without a price Fate Is unkind alas Henceforth the maiden fair to seo Will grow reserved and sour And say Bring withered blooms to- meNo cheap old fadeless flower I W D Nesbit In Chicago Tribune Subscribe for the News MYSTIC Miss Nora Harrison returned home- from Louisville last Sunday f W H Beinchainp spent lust Satnr da 7 and Sunday in Louisville An infant son of Pete Logsdon waa- burled at Paynesville Monday J H Brown of Rhodelia was the guest of Carlton Payne Saturday and SundayA Hardiii of Lodiburg who has been seriously sick is able to bout again Mrs Harriet Payne and daughter Miss Nannie visited Mrs Frank Hall ot Raymond Saturday and Sunday Mis Blanch rfutsohke of Ammons spent last week with her cousins Misses Gertrude and Annie Keys Miss Maggie Cashman of Mystic visited her cousins Misses Ada and Lena Avitt at Lodiburg Saturday Mrs Lee Benucbainp and slsterl1iss Lillie Adkins visited their sister at Tell City dud several days last weekMiss Nora Harrison was welcomed home by her many fronds with ia surprise party Saturday evening All seemed to have a pleasant time Those who were present were Misses Gertrude and Annie Keys Ada and Lena Avitt Gola and Ruth Grant Blanche Dutachke of Ammons Maggie Cash man Myrtle Beaucbamp Nora Dell and Carrie Harrison Messrs Roscoe and Will Avitt J H and harlim Brown ot Rhoaella Hunry Hampton Robert Cashman Roy Nelson and Forest Beauhamp Roscoe Keys Joke Miller Carlton Payne Burrell Incy Kernus Bashain and Edmond Harri son Dudley LO DIBURG A M Hardin is able to be out again W H Hardin has returned to Owensboro Rev Harrell is visiting his son L 0 Harrell of this place Miss Maggie Cashman of Mystic- is visiting Miss Ada Avitt 1 Mr and Mrs Everett Baebam left Tuesday for Knob Cal to reside Miss Lena Compton of Bewloyvill ill a visitor at Mr and Mrs Henry Gibsons Mrs B F Singleton of Union Star was the guest of Mr and Mrs I C- Grant Sunday Miss Nora Harrison who tins beer attending a business college in Louis illeis home SICK i Misses Ollie and Sallie B A were the guests of their aunt vittI O L Avitt Tuesday Mr and Mrs Jas Armstrong of Sample spent Saturday and Sunday toe quests of Mr and Mrs Jnc GrantMrs J 0 Hiirrell andMisa A B- Grant will bring on a full stock ot ladles misses and childrens hats which will be for sale by Easter Any kind of produce taken in exchange They will have nothing but the very latest and uptodate goods and will be prepared to accommodate all Dont fall to glVe them a call bioru going elsewhere STEPHENSPORT Go to Ueo McUubbins for furniture Beautiful line of Eastet goods at R A Shelltnans O C Sbellman was in Cloverport itnrday on business Quite a crowd in1 town Saturday1 All the merchants were busy Just received a beautiful HnBord- ress goods at Geo McLubbinsl Miss Eula Hbnsley and TG Conner were in Hardinbnrg Sunday Have you heard it Gto McCnbbim is selling prints at fi cis per yard Will Dhonan of Rome Ind was visiting in ourtown Sunday nftet1 toolMrs i i J S Adair is spending two weeks in Hawosville attending the Methodist revival beo McCubbins will show you- some bargains in hardware harness ddlery and plows Miss Katie Crawford spent the first 01 this week in Roberts Bottom the- guest of Mrs L T Roberts Wallace Skillman of Cloverport was with his parents Mr and Mrs R S SKillman the first of the week If you are looking for a bargain in- shoes readymade clothing call on- Geo McCubbins Stephensport Ky Mr and Mrs F U Ferry and son- Miller of Louisville were with their parents Mr and Mrs E HMIllerl- ast weemc Quite a lot of saw logs and cross- ties have been drifted down Sinking Creek during the recent rise in the verCapt R A Smith and E G Burt- will start on their western trip in a- week Or two to purchase several car- Joads of horses J D Brashear ot Jloveroort was in town Sunday the guest of his- cousins Mrs Bet ie Napper md Mrs H B Robertson J WE ARE UNLOADING LUMBER DAILY f ft At our several yards and ace prepared to supply your wants with cholco vj- faI NEW stock at prices that wo mire sure will pleuso you Ii- IMI Suppose you give us a cliaiue tjjlguro on your next requirements In the jjtjtlumber linePA JPWill LUMBERMEN f L t KENTUCKY OMMcGlothlan cashier of Kentuck and Indiana Bank at West Poinlsto ped with us a few hours Thursday morningen route to Clover Jort Pastor E M Gibbons will open ia series of meetings at the ME church on the fourth Sunday night in AprIl assisted by Rev Shaferof Illinois Any one desiring to paint their house buggy or furniture call on R A Shellmaa as he has just received a full line of paints varnishes etc Charlie Hanks who has been In the U S army for the last six years arrived home on Wednesday to bt witn hi parents Mr and Mrs W B Hanks during a three mouths furlough Beautiful lace curtains tapestry portiers table covers also a tine line of rugs carpets mattings and furniture at Geo McCubbins at rookbo tom prices Doc Gray of Meade county was 1 Ir town Saturday looKing after his Interests as a candidate for State Senator subject to the will of the Republican M party WEBSTER Thurman Drane is at home Miss Ethel Beard is seriously ill MrsGola Weatherford is visiting at Earned The ontloon for the wheat crop is excellent Miss Zelma Lay is teaching school at Clifton Milld Lewis Norton is completing an addition to his dwelling Artuur and Thurman Dran went tto LOUIsville last Sunday Hal Drano is in Louisville purchas- Ing a spring stock of gods J M Herndon and wife visited at- Jas Pattersons near Gustonlast Sunday Mrs J E Keys and children of Jloverport visited Mrs HOKeys last Saturday Will Basham and family of Mystic visited at Jonas Basnams Saturday and Sunday Grant Robbins will have a sale next Thursday preparatory to starting to California Uurgis Yates is tnilding a new dwelling on his farm on the Hardins burg road John K McGavock is back from Iklahomti where hehas been prospect- Ing for a farm MrsS P Parks visited her parents- J W Lewis and wife at Brandenburg last weeK Peyton Claycomb and Adie Kendall visited Miss Mary Payne at Bewley vine last Sunday Aaron Norton one of our ol lest and most respected citizens and a veteran of the civil war died on the Itith inst Dr S P Parks and wife Misses Norris Kurtz and Nan Lyddan and Messrs Hal Drane and Tom Lyddan went to Louisville last Friday to see- Ben Hur TARFORK Whooping cough Is in this vicinity Elijah Board left last week for 111- 1nols to reside L C Taal maae a business trlpto- Jolly Wednesday T H Chanc llor bus moved his family into his new house J B Bates of Jolly Station WB- ehere on business last week litItIeMrs Ella Keenan and Misses Maxie and Mary Jackson were in Cloverport- one day last week Mrs Simon Beavin of Kirn came down for a short visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Joe Dunn Mr und Mrs Luther Pate and little daughter of Clover creek visited her parents Mr and Mrs Gideon Bur dett recently N BRice who has been confined to his home all winter on account ot ill health is much improved and is at Askin the guest of his nephew Sam RiceWill Rice has a lucrative position at Portland Oregon He left here to DC absent one year and has now been gone more than two years In the meantime he visited San Francisco twice WHAT IS CAT ARRIIr I Hyomel Cures this Common and Dis agreeable Disease Ilyomei cures catarrh by the simple f method of breathing it into the air passages and lungs It kills the germs ot the catarrhal poison heals and sooths the IbloodI symptoms catarrhal germs are at work I 1the1 tissues ot the lungs offensive breath discharge from the dryness ot tho noso uoso pam across the eyes stoppage of the nose i pain In hack ot time at night humid itching of the body pain In front cf the droppings In tho humid throat endoncy1otakocold mouth open while burning pain In tho sleeping throat tlcKlliiR buck ot the hawking to oloar tho palate throat formation of crust In laIn In tho chost time nose thrOJiTtlitllch J J cous cough worse nights ixpeetoratlnj yellow and mornings mutter losinn vital force Illlluulty in breath a feeling of tightness Ing across tho upper snoozing part of tho chest huskiness ot volcu Hyoinei will cure the disease destroy activity of all germ life in the respiratory organs enrich and purify the blood with additional ozone and after a few I days use of this treatment the majority of these symptoms will have disappeared In a few weeks the cure will be com piele Catarrh or catarthal colds cannot exist when Hyomei is used This Is a strong aistatement but Short Haynes emphar f- size it by agreeing to refund your money if Hyomei does not cure BIG SPRING 1 Born to he wife of Sam Norrist1 Mnrcn t 21 a son Miss Lill Clarkson is visiting Miss lIuggie Bell at Elizabethtowu 4Mrs John H Meador is visiting her daughter Mrs T U Williams nt West Point MIss Pearl Collins is visiting her grandparents Mr and Mrs James ludall at Garrett IMr Bennett and wife of Indiana have moved here and he will engage ini the hoop business Joe Trent who is traveling for a gum company In the Stmth came home t- attend the marriage of his father Miss Vennie Moorman has returned from several weekS visit with relatives in the Mays Grove neighborhood Messrs John Morris und Frank Hardin were in Lonisviiie and attended the pertormance of Ben liar Wednes eveningI Miss Zelma Strothir left Friday for a weeks visit to buss Georgia Hat- rell ot Cecilia From there she will go to Louisville to spend a month th fnends and relativesSMiss Carrie Millward who has beenJ spending the winter with her sister- MIs John D Meador returned to her home at Louisville Thursday accompanied by her sister Mrs Meadorand Baby who will remain n few days To Cure a Cold in One DaSag YS take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets y PH jonevery Seven Million boxes sold in past 12 months ThlS Signature 25c 1 i i i I r l Tutts Pills t stimulate the TORPID LIVER strengthen the digestive organs t regulate tho bowels and are ur i Itequaled as an- ANTIBILIOUS MEDICINE In malarial districts their virtues are widely recognized as they possci r thersugar coated Take No Substitute The Breckenridge News = = WEDNESDAY March 20 1003 Dr Keene April 10 to 20 Try S H McUracken for paints Dotit forget us on Easter candles Babbage Son 0 C Shelltnancf Stephensport was ci here Saturday Our grocery stock is always fresh I Babbage Son Dr F L Lightfoot was in Hawes viile Monday Fresh bread and cakes twice a weekI Babbage Son I See SH McCracken for paints oils and white leadI F Fraize was in Hawesville 1on f day on a business trip- Sl H McXJracken can sell you paints I and oilflTit all prices Mrs Mattio Oollins returned Satur day from a visit at Cannelton Miss Nellie Whltehouee is again s back with V U Babbage Son j Abe McGavock returned P rlday from a visit to relatives at Webster vguests and Mrs Jno Bishop were the t of relatives in Louisville Sun day Clinton S IQuinof Louisville was the guest of Miss Louise Babbage Sun dayCollars name blind bridles and anything in harness leather Babbag Son 4Mrs Jeff Hambleton of Henderson was the guest of Mr and Mrs C E Lightfoot Monday f Get your dental worK done by Dr Keene He vull be at Dr Lightfoot t office April 10 to 20 Capt Nut Ahl of Aloweaqna Ill was here and at Tobinsport several days last week visiting relatives Mesdames F M Smith J H Row land and HV Duncan were the guests of friends at Hawesviile Thursday l Mrs A R Fisher was the guest of Mr and Mrs Orville Patterson at 1 Hawesville several days last weeK Mw D H Severn Mrs J A Barry i1 lane Mrs W H Bowiner spent Sunday with Mrs W 11 Fryinire at Ekron t Mrs Clarence Baker came up from itt Hawesville last week to visit tier part ents Mr and Mrs K H McUavock t Miss Emma Sanders returned last week to Missouri where she is teach ing after a visit to her parents at Tobinfiporr WilDS Consumption is a human weed flourishing best in weak i lungs Like other weeds its easily destroyed while young when old sometimes impossible o Strengthen the lungs as you would weak land and the rtweeds will disappear The best lung fertilizer is Scotts Emulsion Salt pork is good too but it is very hard to digest The time to treat consumption 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 really consumption so much the better you will soon forget it and be better for the rtreatment If it is consump tion you cant expect to be curedat once but if you will begin in time and will be rIgidlyregular in your treat ment you will win Scotts Emulsion fresh air- rest all you can eat all you tl tlcan thats the treatment and thats the best treatment We will send you a little of the Emul sion free De sure that this picture In the form of a label U on the wrapper of every bottle of Emulsion you buy SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St N Y SOC and SrI all druggists t + Dr Keene will be nere April 10 to 20 We are uptodate in all lines Bab j bage Ho- nReadjinixed ji paints or any other kindS H McUiacken Edward Harris is at home from sohool at Louisville for his vacation Prompt delivery and close prices for cash is our motto Babbnge Son New goods Spring line will arrIveii and be opened by Saturday Babbag Son j Miss Roberta McGavook left Monday for Missouri to accept a posi tlon Dr Keene the Owensboro dentist will he at Dr Lightfoots office from J April 10 to 20 Mrs Geo F Askins of McQnudy went to Evansvllle Monday to visit her daughter Mm Renrdnn Mrs C T McClanahan went to Hendorson Friday to visit Mr and Mrs R T McllanahanIC U M McGlothlan of West Point was the guest cf Mr and Mrs Jas Si Younger last WednesdayII Mr and Mrs Ueo L Frank of Owensboro were the guests of her sister Mrs C M Stephens several daysJJ cjf last week Mr and Mrs W B TAul ol Mat tingly went to Sample Saturday to attend the bedside of her brother Minor Furrowee W O Allen of Glendale Hardit county formerly of this city was ere Saturday and Sunday the guest of Mr and Mrs J U Nolte Miss Louise Babbage returned last weeK from avisit to Mr and Mrs Jurelle Fairleigh at St Louis and re latives at Louisville and Brandenburg Taylor Beard or Hardinsturg leftI here Tuesday for Livermoreto seA hiS son Dr Harold Beard He will return with a fins saddle horse purchased I from his sonII Mrs A A LaHeist came down from New Albany Sunday to visit relatives She went to Fenley Tues day to visit her daughter Mrs EmII mett Gregory Jno Lott of Hancock county candidate for State Senatorsubject to the action of the Republican party was IIIn the city Saturday making friends innng the voters Mrs John Van Jonia of Decatur Ill and Mru M S CockreJof Coffey villa Kan were at Tobinsport Sun lay to attend tho funeral of the lat ters mother Mrs Indiana M PolK Among those who saw Ben Hur IltI lacanleys Cheater Saturday were the following Mrs Ella LaNenvo and daugh tel Luoile l1 18 Eugene Haynes Mrs Fannie Llshen rrg Frank English Mr and Mrs Jas S Younger Misses Jleona Weatherholt Ray Heyser Myrna Tucker and Messrs Life Behen Ira Hehen and Carl Lish en f LOCAL BRIEFS ft- v or or Morris the four year old son of Jesse Weatherholt tell into a barrel of water Saturday and would no doubt have been drowned if his mother had not been near and rescued him The wellen the Cloverport Water light Ice companys property was completed last week and Contractor J- M Lewis will begin work this week on their ico factory which will be a onestory brick muldtng thirtytout feet wide and seventyeight feet long At the third devotional meeting of- the Epworth League Sunday evening froUl 080 to 70 oclock in tno Sun ayschool room of the Methodist church the time of the meeting was hanged to 0 45 oclock Tne Leage will have its first business meeting tomorrow evening The commencement exercises of the hlh school will be held at the Meth- odiSt church on May 21 About six pupils will graduate The Epworth League will give its first social next Tuesday evening Rev J T Newsom has offered to make an address here for the benefit of the League A number of young men sernaded theIr young lady friends Monday night with a phonograph a strictly new way it is claimed A negro by the name of John Johnson was tilled in a tight at Hopicms vlll + last week Marsha DeHaven has written there to learn if he is the negro by th same name who recently escaped from him A number ot young men will meet- this evening on the second floor of- the annex to tne Masonic Temple and organize a club with musical ath letlo and literary features On the organization of the club these quarters will be rented for its regular meetings or o DR R P KEENE m m 1 I TAYLOR KEENE TAYlORmm ii IIDENTISTS Jjj OF OWENSBORO 1i I v Will bo In Dr Llchtfootu ofllce one M week out of eafh month prepared toII y walron all wishing light Class Den i illl tlstry 11 jj Will be Here April 10 to 20 v oro Harry Newsom and Lllbon Smith intend to enter an art school either in Cincinnati or Chicago this summerI Both possess talent of a high degree in this line A L Fort vicepresident and general manager of theCloverport Water Light Ice company will move here from Louisville about the first of next month Tne A O U W lodge will give a i box supper at Oelzes Hall tomorrow i evening Matthew Holt a young son of Josie Holt colored died Saturday and was buried Sunday The Cloverport Foundry Machine companys plant continues to run till day and part of the night owing to the great amount of work on hands The company expect to begin work cu the proposed addition to the plant the latter part of this week The runaway boys from Canneltor mentioned on anotner page became homesick when they reached Stephens port and returned homeit is reported People from many parts of the county were at Hardinsbnrg Friday and Saturday to meet Ed Gregory the local wallpaper wan and give him orders He says he gets a dollars worth of orders out of every five cents spent in advertising Jess Wilson of Tarfork left Friday for Springtinld Ill where he expects to find Inrative employment Rev C T Daniel peached Sunday at the Baptist church to two good sIzed congregations The hour ot the evening service at the Methodist church ban been changed from 7 to 7 JO oclock and at the Baptist church from 7 to 710 oclock for tne warmer months ot the year RAYMOND Mis Irvin Squires is very low John Brown of Rhodelia visited Lube Avitt Sunday Mr and Mrs Kveritt Basham left Tuesday for California Miss Marie Able visited Misses Mary and Bettye Mercer Sunday Mr and Mrs Grayson Iayne and mother visited at F W Halls Sunday Misses Velma Bruner and Essie Cash man visited Miss Ethyl Philpott Sun day Mrs Georgia Hiirditi is visiting her sister Mrs Henry Birch at Pavnes rille I Mrs Henry Basham has gone to Clo erport to live with her son Frank Bas ham Miss Iva Squires and Claude Campbell were guests at Charlie Avitts Sun day Willie Dodson an l Ezry Landnian were the guests of the Misses Norton SundayMessrs Byron Cart Robert Severs ana Will Shellman visited at Geo W ashmans Sunday Misses Nanuie and Lillie Prather were the guests of their aunt Mrs Buck Norton several days last week THE SOUTHWEST A GRAND COUNTRY FOR HOME SEEKERS AND INVESTORS EXCURSION RATES TWICE A MONTH Arkansas Louisiana and Texas offer the greatest inducements for persons desiring to own their own homes Cheap land producing almost anything that can be grown anywhere mild climate god schools good water healthful surroundings and a growing country are some of the advantages Unexcelled for raising fruits und vegetables for early markets Lacd that can be bought for 5 to lo per acre can be made to yield 5100 to 200 per acre in orchard and truck farm First and third Tuesdays of each month we will sell homeseekers tickets from Memphis and Cairo at one fare plus 200 for the round trip April 4th and 18th special low round- trip ratesless than one way fare ISUO and less from Memphis and I Cairo to points in Texas Low rates in proportion from points east of Memphis and Cairo JI Literature descriptive of above couu try and information about rates wills e mailed upon request LOSCHAEFERTPA Cotton Belt Route Cincinnati I O C MW ww 2 12It m Ii Wants tyf7 hAdvertisements Inserted wader this head at ono cent a word per week FOR SALE KAKM poll SArE Knrm one mile from tniorKy 100 acres good dwelling aul barn well and fencing also him span stock to sell A moat duslnible place Write 1 l 1IngsburyFOR SALECOWS AND HULL CALVES FOR Stile4 Hereford cows heifers and 3 ItewleyvtlleKyIOn SALETUITION CERTIFICATE pOU SALRTultlon Certificate Bryant attons Huslnoss co Lmilsvill For nrlcr and particulars write The lire k enrlilKo News Cloverport Ky volt SALEMILCH COWS FOU SALE SuvurI goall mlldi cows 1 Hanlln Holt ICy tuftSALECOUN AM HAY Fon SALE1001 tons of hay and 1POO bushels corn In ear loud lots 11 G Swill Luwlsx rt ICy FOR SALE pUlNTIXO Presses and Cutting mwl tie lot of good Laundry machine Also new und secondhand Gus and Gasoline KnKlnesMAKTIN QAIILR SIt 3rd Street Louisville Ky RORR OWor more for8 yeart at It1 per rent pay hick monthly Attend olleso start In business own a OUUlUU home etc Address Worlds Iisire Ouriiiu Clilllleotliu Missouri u WANTED rllWrlttTT port Ky with full particulars FUn SALETIMOTHY HAY l1IlcrDUROGS JERSEY PIGS FOR SALE I utn now offering a nine lotof Iii rs and Ills of rail furrow These are jtood piss- Yon wont ilnd any better stock anywhen horouvliLred and up to date If taken Lt iiy place a head In shipping order SK E P HARDAWAY Bewleyvlllo Kentucky HENDERSON 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 hotneseekers rates apply One way colonists rates to California and the Northwest March 1 to May 15 anti Sept 15 to Oct 31 1905 Account President Roosevelts visit to Louisville April 4 rate of fii05 for round trip Cloverport to Louisville aid return will be made for evening train of April 8 and morning trains of April 4 good returning April 5 L II Si L TIMt TABLE EAST HOUND Clorport510Tesat Ioulsvllle715A1- No 12 Dully Mull and Express leavtsClo veepart9511M stops it all way stations arrives Louisville 1235 Train No 44 Dally fast mull leaves Clu erKrt4 4S p moostolS at nil way stuitons east or Cluverport except Mystic arrives at xmlsvllk TJS p m Trat9No49 Dally Cover nrt aivommo dation arrives Cloverport N30 p m WEST HOUND No 47 Dully C overjMjrt luvominodatlo loaves Cloverport BW a moo arrives Kvans vllllpO00 am Train No 41 Dally fast mull and exures leaves Cloverport 1031 a tn stops only at lawosvllle Owenshoro Henderson and Kv nsvllle arrives St Louis 730 p m Train No 43 Mall and Express dally IIr- rlvtSI Cloverport 7 as p moo Kvansvllle 10T P ta Stops at ill stations No 45 dully St Louis fast train 111us Clover ort 1100 tP M1 arrives Evansvlllel 1 135 A- 5l St Louis 710 A M stops at Hawesvlllo Iwensboro and Henderson only Chair curs on trains 41 and 44 hetweei Louisville ullll Evansvllle Through sleeplni ears and recllnlnc chutrcnrs on trains 4rund 4n between Louisville and St Louis Fordsville Branch FIST ROUND Train No 2 Dally except Sunday leave Furdsville530a m arrives IrllI toll SIO II in Train ol Dnllv except Sunday loavo portlsvllleS20p m arrives Irvlnnion 5pL1- IIIi m Train No 8 Sunday only ForlsvllleO80 a m Irvington 908 p m WEST HOUND Train No 3 Dully except SundAY leavo Irvington t 4tH in Tlves Fordsville S4 pmTrnln No 5 Dally leaves Irvington 896 ip moonrrlvcH Fordsvllle ii2T p in MANY CONVERSIONS There were between sixty and seventy conversions during the revival kt the Hawesville Methodist church which was conducted by Rev J T Newsom of Mnrfreesboro Tenn and which has just closed Rev Newsom will hold his next revival at Auburn Ky CASE REVERSED Last Saturday the Court of Appeals reversed the Breckenridgo Circuit Court In the case of the Commonwealth against S A Pate and others and says the court erred in sustaining a demurrer to the petition The action Isi to recover of Pates bond as tiher Itf of Breckeuridge county OFFERED 85 FOR TRASH While E B Oglosby was in Owens boro Monday a member of the finance commIttee of the Equity warehouses stated to him that an offer of five cents a pound had been made for all- the rehandled trash in the warehouse A L Fort was down from Louis ville several davs last week NOLTESr Our Grocery Departmentis n delight to nil beholders You will lied many good things to appease the inner man n P IFINDI Bart berries White Wax Cherries Vienna Sausage Tomatoes Corn Sweet Potatoes Soups Cheese IN BOTTLED GOODS YOULL FIND Olives Plain and Olives Stuffed Asparagus Tips Salad Dressing Lee Perrins Sauce Prepared Mustard Horse Radishes Pickles Sweet Sour and Mixed Coffee Cocoa ORANGES BANANAS CANDIES CIGARS J C Nolte Bro Cloverport Ky L CADICKS C dick Milling CoGRANDVIEW IND AAwtr F EiEiLL 0Clover Seed Grass Seed Timothy SEEDS IOatsI Everything in the Seed line at Ilowest pricesIroll THREE STYLES FARM WAGONS BUGGIES TRAPS McGLOTHLAN PIGGOTT Irvington Ky f li d u u Thermometers A safeguard towards maintaining an equable temperature in the house a source of satisfaction when the frost is on the window pane und you tire curious to know how cold it iis outside We have just the thing you want In addition to the there goes with it a color barometer which foretells all wo tithe changes front 12 to 24 hours in advance Send us 25 cents andwe will send you ono by mail post paid Or hotter still send us a dollar for a years subscription to the XKWS and we send you one free Wo only have a limited num ber of these Send your order at once and get one before they are nil gone- J D BABBAGE Editor BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY MEETS AT IRVINGTON The annual conven tion of IJewleyville district will be held at Irvington Baptist church April 15 Miss Nannie Lee Frayeer will meet with us again Every one come and bring friends with you N 11B Lyddan Seoy DIES OF COUGH A fouryearold son of FranK Kin ney ot McQuady diel Saturday of whooping cough Of Pies end cakes that mother uiel to make are within your reach GOLD DUST FLOUR is the kind with which to make delicious flaky crusts and light tempting caces We have it in quarter and hell sacks and hnriels Try a sack if you doubt our recommendation You are sure to come back for more I Grass SALE fWWf14 Ai thermometer will SundaySchool ir DRIPIC MITCHEL DENTISTI THE FAIR Satisfaction assured Professional Prices t9 Latham Sanitarium I IEstobllshed 1898 VINE GROVE HARDIN COUNTY KY I Chronic Diseases Treated Successfully CHARGES MODERATE Rational Harmless and Satisfying Methods of Treatment II11oroi W A Walker fI t r jjJjSIli1j Il HARD1NSBURU KY M h =E7 h = FEMUR FRACTURED Webster Ky March 2HSpeomll Mrs Hardin P Haynes an old lady ot the Freedom neighborhood fell last week and sustained a fracture of the femur Subscribe for the NEWS Groves Tasteless Chill Tonich- as Vstood the test 25 years Average Annual Sales over One and a Half Million bottles e Does this record of merit appeal to you No Cure No Pay 50c Enclosed with every bottle Is a Ten Cent package of Groves Black Root Liver Pills M ri 4 t- ij r i Ereckeriridge News rThe DAY March 20 1005 E f j Ii 1 + j ifi A MAN WANTED ft C By Rev J T Newson ii- t I j Tne crying need of the times is not fvIneyardsft i istanding army or war but a good f man and great whose example and In I fluence repeat greatness in all the oeo pie What is a man Not a masculine I biped nor a physical giant not an in tellectual giant or person of world honor bnt an individual of character combining tneee and additional moralI and spiritual culture an individualII of principle and convictions Mr Lamar said put this on the shaft that marKS my resting place Here lies a man 1 had rather b a man than an angel I want to be firs a man and then a preacher doctor lawyer journalist or farmer A man IIs wanted today in the put pit who has clean minds a pure heart thoughts with wings and words o fire to stand in the gap against the evils of our times Every preacile- should live the truth speak the truth and be a holy terror to the devil an evil dJer He should not court th I favor nor have the tear of people H I should couiiiine the courage of a lion the wisdom ol the serpent and thei harmlessness of the dove He should always be a champion of the truth and realize that to champion it auc cessfullv he must oppose the wrong A man is wanted in the newspaper office to throw himself in the breach and stand against the enemies of our church home school and suite Tne most mighty force of this coun try ot free speech is the printing press It Is as no other institution the maker and owner of the destiny of our people The press has done great good but the country has been sown down knee deep with vicious and harmful literature Give us an editor Wno will admit to the columns of Ins sheet the good only Jive us an editor who will speak out against lowlessnass of all kinds and suirg st needed reforms and give us a plan Give us an editor who will not be muzzled by blood money or the threat of the braggadncias A man is wanted in politics to stand in the gap against all sorts of political corruption and wrong A man who is not on the bargain counter and not for salna man who will not sacrifice pub lic welfare for pnv te friendship or selfish interest a marl who is not a political partisan but statesman like Give us men in office from the town marshal to the executive who will en force law and who refuses to be intimidated Every law fellow citizenpought to be enforced If is a bad the enforce it and repeal it but eutorco it and up hold the dignity of the law the bulwark o our liberty and supremacy as a nation Every lawbreaker should be dealt with alike whether he be a member Qf the church or not whether saloon keeper merchant black emthor farmer We ought to see to it that every man respects law and is order trVAho that only the hst In men is find and exe developed so legislate i cute that it would be as easy to do right anti as hard to do wrong as possible And what can I say more Mr Editor for time would fail me toII mention the man needed in the com mercial and industrial world who will not take advantage of tile over bodied and undermined multitude who are not capable of taking care of themselves Serious trouble is ahead of us because of the unfair distribu tion of protits in this1 our lend And also of the man behind the plow at the forge casting accounts at the bunk and others who touch society to bless or curse A man look at hIm walking in the Hublnne heights of conscious rectitude The soldier with an empty sleeve the boy with ambition working his way through college the boy supporting some little fatherless brothers and sisters with his anxious but proud mother leaning on his noble strong manly arms Atnau A loan the biggest thing tLis side ot H8Aveil gate and the most needed of all else A Chicago Alderman Owes Isis Election to Chamberlains Cough Remedy I can heartily conscientiouslyl reu 0ninond Cauiborlnine Conga Remedy for affections of the threat and lungs says Hon John Shonick 220 So Peoria St Chicago Two years ago during a political otunpaign I caught cold after beinc overheated which irritated my throat and I was finally compelled t3 stop an I could not speak aloud In my extremitya friend ad vised rite to use Chamberlains Cough Remedy I took two doses that afternoon and could not believe my senses when I found the next morning the IInflammation had largely subsided I took several doses that day kept right on talking through the cam pain and 1 thank this medicine that I won my eeatIn the Council II This remedy Is for sale by Short te Haynes ARTIFICIAL LIFE San Francisco Alaruh 23 ProfJac ques Loeb has discovered in produc- Ing artificial life by fertilizing the eggs of the sei urchin tnat they were best fertilized by the use of acetic acidI or vinegar or formic acid followed by common salt Large numbers of sea urchin larvae normal and healthy can be producedI trom eggs by purely chemical andI physical means Many students of heredity nave long been looking for means of raising animals in large en ongh nu mbers for experiments which should possess the hereditary characters of one parent only Detailed comparisons of such indi viduals with those which derive their characters from both parents will lead oyf farreaching importance A Dinnir Invitation After a hearty meal H dose of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will prevent un attack ot digestion Kodol is a thorough foreStot mach Sour Risings Bad Breath and all stomach troubles N Walking Lesbus Ky says I can testify to the efficacy of Kodol in the cure of withfStomach trouble for fifteen years and IiadolrDyspepsia Cure which entirety curio Udwillewholesomeefood you want to Pat while your sto mach takes a restrecuperates and grows strong This wonderful prepar ation is justly intitled to all of its many remarkable cures Sold by All Druggists LEASt S FLOUR KILL Mr Cy Pate who moved here from Hardinsburg has leased the West Point flouring mill owned by Chas Sheau and will fit it up with a roller process Tina all uptodate machinery He expects to have thework completed and the mill in running order to handle this seasons crop He will also put up a number cf steel elevators of a capacity each of ten thousand bushels The people here are anxious tor the mill to start and will gladly welcome an enterprise that will en hance tho value of town property and be such a convenience to the adjacent farming territoryWest Point cor Eltzabethtown News If troubled with weak digestion belching or sour stomach use Cham berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and you will get quick relief For sale by Short S Haynes PANYTER ANNOUNCES Justice Thomas H Paynter of the Kentucky Court of Appeals has made formal annoucement of his entry into the contest before the democratic joint caucus of the next general assem bly for the nomination to succeed J C S Blackburn inthe Unitid States SenateJudge Paynter further says that he would not allow his candidacy to in terfere with the discharge of hisIduties of his present position The probability Is there will be no other entries than Paynter and Bla K burn Startling ortalltyIStatistics show utatling mortality from appendicitis and peritonitis To prevent and cure these awful diseases there is just one reliable remedy Dr- Kings New Life Pills1 Flannery of 14 Custom House Place Chicago says They have no qnal for Con stipation and Biliousness 23c atIShort C Hynes druggists STERETTS SHELL- A shell for service in the army and navy recently invented by W S Sterett was given a practical test in this city yesterday and according to i statements ot those present was a perfect success in every way The shell we understand is con structed along entirely new lines and will be fully exploited Hancock ClarIOnICASTORIAI I For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the s Signature Of zuIDOING BIG BUSINESS Tho L nieville Tunes says that tboI Jno W Thomas is doing a big busi ness in the Louisville and Jannelton trade in which she is being run by the Louisville S Evansville Packet company SON BORN TO BECKHAM A son J 0 W Beckham Jr wasI born to Governor and Mrs J 0 W Beckham last week This is tho seo ond child ot the States chief execu tive the first being a girl J l SERMON ENJOYED I Arch deacon M M Benton of the Episcopal church held two services at the Methodist church Wednesday T- His sermon in the evening was much I enjoyed bythe congregation NEWSPAPERS THE BEST Addressing the New England Drv Goods Association Nathanie C Fowler i theivalue of any of the good advertising mediums for there are many I wish I Ito state emphatically and without qualification that the newspaper in tne best and cheapest adverriaing me diem for the retail advertiser and is the only local medium worthy of being called indispensable I cannot too for cibly impress upon you the intrinsic valueof newspaper advertising space I base iuy opinion upon twentylive yeaars of aortal experience in weigh ing advertising values I am speaking through the head of experience and not through the hat of conceit nor have I any selfinterest whatsoever It makes no difference to me whether you advertise in tno newspaper or in any other way or at all The newspaper from every stand point logically psychologically and practically is the most natural adver tising medium advertising oelongs to I the newspaper The reader buys the newspaper for the advertising as well as for the news and many i woman buys exclusively for the advertising she expects to find in it Something for nothing is not business nor is it good advertising That which we get for nothing whether it be a free circular or a free newspaper receives little consideration If I were a dry goods merchant I would rAther have my advertisement in 1000 copies of any of the Boston papers paid for by the readers than to have the slime ad vertisement m 10000 sample copies of the same paper Because the rend er pays for the paper he proposes to get his moneys wortn and he cannot get his moneys worth unless he reads that paper and he reads the advertisements because they are a part of that paper Champion Li Iment for Rheumatism Chas Drake a mail arrier at Chap luville Conn says Chamberlains Pain Balm is the champion of all liniments The past year I was troubled a great deal with rheumatism in my shoulder After trying several cures the store keeper here recommended this remedy and it completely cured me There is no use or anyone sui fering from that painful ailment when this liniment can oe obtained for a smnll sum One application gives prompt relief and its continued use for a short time will produce a permanent cure For sale by Short K HaynesJULES VERNE DEAD Amiens France March f4Jules Verne the author died nt 310 p m at the age of seventyseven years A new vein of literature was open ed by Verne when He began to publish novels which exaggerated the triumphs of science into what nt the time wore considered impossibilities But Vernes predictions were realized beyond his most sanguine hopes such booKH liS Around the World in Eighty Days A Trip to the Moon and Twenty Leagues Under the Sea II created much amusement but Verne has lived to see the journey around the globe made in less than h If the time he al lowed and the submarine boat a reali tv Since 1870 volumes mostly stories of adventurous travel all of them showing his marvelous Knowledge of the latest discoveries in the fields of science Itsii claimed that Vernes Five WeeKs in a Balcon did much toward the development or dirigible airships TO TAKE CENSUS AGAIN Miss Laura Satterfield will take theI school census for this district this year Warning When you ask a druggist for Para camph be sure you get it There is nothing just as good Pnracamph is guaranteed to cure PlIes Eczema Tetter Itch Saltrheum etc Remem ber the name Paracnraph23 centsI MR HENDRICK BUYS- W R Smith and wife have sold a house and lot on the sohoolhouse hmI to Luther Hendrick forOU- OINSPECTORS HERE Steaniooat Inspectors Abraham and Dunn of Louisville were hire Wed nesday to inspect the Sabrina Kindly Take Notice that Ely s LI- quid Cream Balm is of great benefit to those sufferers from nasal catarrh who ottnnot inhale freely through theI nose but must treat themselves by spraying Liquid Cream Balm differs in form but not medicinally from the Cream Bnlm that has stood for years at the head ot2 remedies for ca tarrh It may be used in any nasal atomizer Tie price including aI spraying tube is 75ctu Sold by drug gists and mailed by Ely Brothers 00 Warren Street New York HAVING SUCCESS Rev S 0 Christian pastor of the Baptist church is having much sues in a series of meetings he is hoMI ing in Florida where he has been for several weeKS TO CURE A COLD IJN ONE DAY ake LAXATIVE HltOMO QUININE Tablots All drug lsts refund tno money It It tells to cure E W Graves signature In on box 25 mil lilt don kao Acts the LJvtrmailKUotyi Thousands have used this reliable remedy with perfect confidence and success for 62 years because they know just what it contains The formula consists of Buchu Hydrangea Mandrake Yellot Dock Dandelion Sarsaparilla Gentian Senna and Iodide of Potassium Any doctor or druggist will tell you that this is a scientific and reliable of great merit for all diseases having origin in the Liver Kidneys or Blood After years of experience and patient experiment Dr bringthegrateful II I have suffered greatly with indigestion constipation also a severe liver trouble with loss of Could not rest welt at night in fact had no energy to work or even walk round I felt like I was packing a heavy load and was easily exhausted until I took Dr Thachers Liver and Blood Syrup which helped me almost from the first dose thatItperfectly cured At this time my appetite Is good I sleep welt and feel strong and refreshed on arising in the morning T L SPEED I If you need a ntrdlctne write today for a Free sample bottle II Dr Thacher Health Book Give Byrn toms for advice ire simply ask you to try itat our expenic Ifeknoiv irhatit tvUldo JLl all druggists CO cents and 100 Tha char Medicine Co Tenn Death of Jt Itt Elliott J R Elliott a tailor who came to this city last June from Birmingham Ala died hctl ft Thursday morning at 420 oulock at his room in the board Ing house of H C Pate after n lingering illness of liver trouble He was in very poor health when he came here but was bedfast only several weeks before his death Mr Elliott was fortytwo years of age His home was nt Edenton NC where his only surviving relative a W O Elliott resides At one time he united with the Bap tist church Mr Elliot worked regularly at the I trade of tailor in Oelzes Hall until beIcameI confined to his room he displayed remarkable fortitude in working at odd times though his condition was that of an invalid At the request of his halfbrother sent by telergam the interment of Mr Elliott was at the cemetery here the funeral being held the day following his death GREATGREAT UNCLE 35 Jesse Weatherholt manager of the City Barber Shop though only thirty five years of age is a greatgreat uncle One of his sisters Mrs Frank Adams whose home is in Oklahoma has a daughter Mrs Mattie Lawrence whose daughters name is Mrs Nell Stone Mrs Stones child which is about two years of age is Mr Weatb erholts greatgreat neice The child is a g eat great great niece of Capt Shad of Tobinsport By the Tonic Route The pills that acts as a tonic and not as a drastic purge are DeWitts Little Early Risers Tbey cure Headache Constipation Biliousness ate Early Risers are small easy to take and a safe pill Macs Hlmllton hotel clerk at Valley City N D says Two bottles cured me of chronic constipa tion Sold by All Druggists HAS SONG PUBLISHED Mrs Arthur Ireland of Skillman has had no dim culty in finding a pub lisher for her song entitled Tho Shipwreck which is better success than is met by the first compositions of many writers Mrs Ireland is well know in Cloverport where fhe received n large part of her education Sh was former- lyl Miss Etta Polk and is a daughter of C P Polk of Skillman Mothers Listen Protect your babies from that dread ed disease Croup by applying Para cainpn freely and giving ten to fifteen drops internally Paracamph is safe and sure It does not contain any Co caine Opium or Chloroform It is mothers remedy and should be in every home every day m the year SECOND WINDY DAY Last Thursday was the second win tly day ot March the weather having been the most pleasant for the month in years READ TillS Milledgeville Ky hn 1 1003 Dr E W Hall St Loud Xo 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 uiy life and I can cheerfully recommend it to ladies suf fering with kidney and bladder troubles Respectfully Mrs Eliza Frost A TEXAS WONDERI One small bottleot the Texas Won der Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emissions I weak and lame backs rheu matism and nil 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 maul on receipt of U One small bottle is two j months treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer P 0 Box 020 St I 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last week was one of the single pieces of machinery that has been shipped here that was too heavy to be placed in a- ragon it being necessary to unload it from a car on the switch at the American Tobacco Companys recmv ingshed and move it on rollers to the StarRoller Mills The engine weighs 18000 pounds and takes the place of a 35horse newer steam engine This gasoline engine is the largest in this section of the State Ht SPECIAL RATES RffVia Illinoisl i CentraLR I III I i elusivepMississippi Louisiana Etc Houieseekers round trip and one way colonist April 4 and 18 Indian Territory Oklahoma Ar I kansas Texas EtcIttd t Homeseekers round trip April 4 and 1 SHOT SPRINGS ARKIDally Sleeping Cur without change Louls yule to Hot Springs with connections ut Louisville from Cincinnati Illinois Central Weekly Excursions to N CALIFORNIA Excursion cars through to Los Angeles and San Francisco via New Orleans Every Tuesday from Cincinnati and Louisville Via Omaha and the Scenic Route every Wednes 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your home This saves you trouble and cost Your Patronage Solicited Address me at Hardinsburg Ky 1 1 H DeH MOORMANI Attorney at Law- HARDINSBURG KY otCourtsctiesroad cases and criminal practice Llcens practice In United States District Courts 1 Office over Hank of Hurdlnsburc t Sour StomachNo t ness headache constipation bad bra i general debility sour risings andcatarrh the stomach are all due to Indigestion Kod cures reprentsexist Jn a healthy stomach combined wl the greatest known tonic and reconstruct properties Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does ri only cure indigestion and dyspepsia but th troublbyi linintheMr S S Ball of Rtvenivood W Vs 110 isdforKodol I was troubled with sour stomach for twnty l TW I Kodol Digests What You HatrBottlei only 4100 Slza holdlnt 2K ttmss the Ircrl Eke which sells for SO cent Prepared by N 0 DWITT A 00 OHIOAM Sold by all Druggists Ask for the 1905 fKodol Almanac and 200 Year Calendar The family medicine in thousands of homes for 62 yearsDr Thachers liver and Blood Syrup i a- it J1The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY March 29 1003 Patent And Proprietary Medicines A Reply to Mr Bok I am not a maker of patent medi tines nor have I any interest in the sale of them I am simply a user lute the rest of you Pa tent medicines are friends of my youth and friends ol my tamlly They have helped me when I needed help and if they need help now I feel 1 ike detendlng them It is only fair reciprocity The fact is that the term patent medicines as applied to advertised remedies is a misnomer Very few ot the remedies advertised to the laity are patented The real patent f medicines are advertised to physi cians alone The are brought into us almost solely through physicians prescriptionsPractically all the suythetic chemicals produced in late years are protected by patents The most valuable products used by modern physicians are patented The coal tar prepara tions which are most widely used and the most effective germicides are among them All physicians prescribe these remedies vet they know that their owners control a monopoly The largest pharmaceutical houses are not those wniuh make remedies advertised in the newspapers They make the remedies which are adver tised to physicians alone wand they control those remedies absolutely by a patent or trademark If the medi cal profession ceased to use these pat ented remedies half the prescriptions which are written would need to be alteredThis does not hear out Mr Boks theory that the discoverer of a rem edy of real value ives it freely to the world The custom with those who in vent such remedies today is to patent them and control them just as does the man who invents a new machine And the medical profession recognize and approve the method for every modern physician prescribes patented remedies more frequently than any others And enormous enterprises are built solely on this fact The mere fact therefore that n man controls a remedy either by a patent or trademark does not argue against it It is rather evidence that the wan tins something which he considers worth controlling If the man in addition spends large sums in advertising whether to physicians or to the laity it corms tom further evidence of value Nothing 4s more certain than the fart that a worthless article cannot be advertised profitablyThose know advertising know that the cost of selling a bottle or package to a new user is several times the profit made on it Tne only hope of profit comes through continued use and without tueritcoatinaeJ use can not be expected When n man has made a success in advertising a medicine it is to me the best evidence possible that he has something guod A physician way put up a prescrip tion for some individual case without giving much thought to it But if that physician is going to spend a fortune on advertising with no possibil ity of getting his money back unless he satisfies millions of users he is naturally going to put up the best pre sciiption he can maKe If he is wise fortrTIRED OUT Theres many a wlfo sits In tho growing shadows of an evening knowing what It Is to feel tired out as If tluiro was Inot another ounce of effort loft In her But If healthy she kuows how sound her slumber will be and how ro freshed tho 4morning But will Its another thing for the t sick woman to focI tired out Rest only seems to Increase her suffering She acuwlytho and throbbingnerves ViiSick women hundreds of It ahem hnavobeen mado well by tho use of Dr- Ii iMorcos Favor ito Proscription It establishes m regularity dries drains healS milammntion ulceration and cures female weak pleased to Inform you of tho benefit from using Dr 1Iorcos Favorite i and Golden Medical Discov writes Mrs Elizalwth A Oswold of 45 Street Windsor Essex Co Ontario Was quite discouraged when I 7taken asking your advice as tho physicians told mo I could get no relief oxccpt by Suffered for four years from and profuse menstruation had sick headaches most ot tho time times could hardly walk across tho from weakness I thank God there Is a remedy as Dr IMercos Favorite Pro for suffering women Before I had tho first bottlo tho headaches had Tuft mo and It was not long before regularity was established anti still continues bo Havo lust finished housecleaning which II never ox vccted ablo to do ollolll and on trulL say I novor trut bottor than at 11rcscnt I gladly recommend Favorite Prescription to all who suffer from female weakness ItI has cured mo and made wo stronger In every way Neither my husband nor myself can say enough In Its praise Tho selfish seller who urges some sub stitute Is thinking of tho larger profit hell make and not of your best good II r Your Heart When Your Heart Fails to Pump Your Blood Trouble Results Have you heart trouble You have It you find It hard to breathe after walking up stairs exercising etc It you have pain In your left side in chest back or shoulder If you suffer from cold extremities palo face bluo lips dry cough swollen ankles If you have fainting spells breast pang palpitation redness of tho taco discomfort In sleeping on one side The only scientific treatment for this whole train of troubles is Dr Miles New Heart Cure Dr Mlles New Heart Cure Is tho prescrIption of a famous specialist whose great success in treating obstl nate nervous heart disease has made his name preeminent in the medical and scientific world The medicine will cure you TVo know it We want you to prove it If first bottlo docs not benefit your druggist will give you back your money nttimessobadthebedtroublo way but about two and a halt years Mlles2Aewtry a few bottles After using them 7 recovered and have had better health since then than before for several years I can heartily recommend them for heart PastorBaptist FREE TrialPacknJo AntiPainOurSpecialist titFreeCOLAIIORATORIES his purpose that any man can make Then there Iis the question of alcohol which Mr Bok seems to consider such a parilons one All the fluid extracts and tinctures used in medicine must employ alcohol as a solvent and pre servative Prohibit a physician from using alcohol in his prescriptions and you would matte tha practice of medi cine impossible It a physician must use alcohol in certain prescriptions shall we complain that a ready made medicine employs it for the same purposeIf are going to avoid the use of ilcohol we must banish the extracts and essences used in our kitchen Fluid extracts whether they are melicinal or culinary cannot be made or preser ved without alcohol The use of alcohol in medicine is approved by the pharmacopoeias of all nntlocs It is in accord with the practice of all medical authorities fin the world The abuse of alcohol is another mat ter but the cost nlone is enough to prevent abuse Alcohol costs about 260 per gallon It is too expensive for any medicine maker to use more than ne needs of it And he cannot hope that people are going to take the med tine because of the alcohol when good whisky can be purch sedfor onetilth as muchA of medicine which contains even 20 per cent of alcohol does not i seem to me a very dangerous matter That means onefifth of a teaspoonful of alcohol at a time Physicians do not hesitate to give brandy to a child in teaspoonful doses and brandy is half alcohol When one compares med icine with wine or beer he should also compare the dosage One takes inoru alcohol in a glass of wine than he takes in a great ninny doses of medi cine Mr Bolt is also most nntaii in his reference to poisons used in propne tarn medicines It is true that some medicines containt poisons in small percentages but the use is not nearly as general as in physicians prescriptions A great many drugs which are recognized by every physician as help ful in small doses are poisonous when taken in excess An elderly druggist told me a few days ago that he had personally examined wore than 100000 physicians prescriptions and by actual count OPIII theIlargely prescribed by physicians It is used as a tonlo and stimulant Yet this is a drug rarely found in proprie tariesThe maker of a proprietary medicine must he more careful about the use of any poison than the physician The physician is in a position to di reef his doses and to watch the results He is able to take chances which no maker of a general remedv will take for fear that the directions on the bottle will not be adhered to There are thousands of physicians whose interests are opposed to proprie tary remedies They are ready to de nounce a ready made remedy at the slightest evidence of harm from it Yet how seldom we hear of any harm tram proprietaries I have myself never heard of a single authenticated case It is the lack of poison rather than its presence which forms the real ob jection to proprietaries It is by using a poison which the medicine maker avoids that the physician often secures a greater effect TH maker of a mn l t ely has too much at stake to use any thing which will result in occasional harm And this caution leads him of ten to omit ingredients which he knows to be valuable Proprietary remedies are used not alone by the poor who cannot afford to call a physician They are employed by those to whom expense is of no importance And in ordinary till ments when a physician is called he proscribes a ready made remedy Proprietary remedies are at some time taken by all of us They are found in nearly every home And I know of no business where fraud has less chance of success than in medicine A worthless remedy is very quickly found out A sick person will not long continue a remedy which does not help The lacK ot merit in a food may remain long undiscovered but if a irediclne lacks virtue tne fact is at once apparent When I need n remedv for ordinary ailment my choice goes to a remedy so good that it made its maker rich A DEFENDER MRSE JOLLY DEAD Hawesville Ky March 22Mrs Elizabeth Jolly aged eightytwo years died at her home near Mar tinsdtile this county of infirmities due to old age Mrs Jolly is related to the Jollys of Brecken ridge county Trying a Joke Some years ago in a North Carolina court Judge Slilpp presiding the trial of a cause had been protractol till noar midnight The Jury were tired mid sleepy and showed Hugging attention Willie Murdilson who was addressing the Jury thought to arouse them so lie said liciitlcmen I will tell you an anecdote Instantly the Judge the Jury and the few spectators pricked up their ears and were all attention as Murchlson was admirable in that line hind a fund of anecdotes and no one could tell them better But he soon proceeded to tell one of the dullest prosiest and most pointless Jokes pos sible Everybody looked disappointed The Judge learning over said In an un mistakable tone of disappointment Mr Murchlyou 1 dont see the point of that Joke Xor I either replied the witty counsel But your honor told it to me on our way down here and as I thought the luck of apprecia tion must be due to my obtuseness I concluded to give the Joke a trial by jury Hail Pnthrl11 Hlii NeL The gauge by which worldly prosperity la measured Is not always the saute lint it does not so niuuh matter what standard Is used so long as It shows accurately the amount of gala or loss 1 remember Bill Sassett as a shift less young neer do well said a for mer neighbor of Mr Sands revisiting his old home after many years absence but I hear he left his widow quite a substantial property Ifow did he mUll ageItHe trade choice of an excellent wife and she took him as the smartest wom en often take the poorest specimens of the men yolks said Mr Sands thoughtfully and whats more she made something of him put some gimp Into him and what till Why sir when he married her rll he had for a mattress was an old makeshift stuffed with dried leaves and when he died he had no Icssn three mattresses stuffed with live goose isotherm I guess that tells the story Youths Companion OyNtcrn a foot Louie A wholesale oyster dealer was slxlng up a now Invoice There are some old Mlnvs In that lot he said as he shoved to one aide some abnormally large ones lie picked out one arid measured It The shell was tight lochs long The age of an oyster has abso lutely nu effect upon its quality he said It doesnt get huh with ago like the higher ordof animals How long loss an oyster live Well I couldnt say exactly I have known Maurice river oystennen to claim that an oyster undisturbed In a neglectedI I cove would live for twentylive years before It finally died of old age And an oyster of the Maurice river type keeps on growing all the time I have seen some myself that measured near ly n foot III llength Philadelphia Hoc o AVHli it Free I Intnl Sir began the visitor I come to you in the Interest of the citys poor children I thought you might like to contribute to oiiV fresh air fund for themOf course replied the kind hearted suburbanite You may take as much ns you please frgm my place lint how in the world are you going to curry it Catholic Standijrd and Time- sDlconcerting A promlilet Cngllsh clergynnn once congratulated an oldlndy on her brav ery In lighting her way to church against a ttUrrlble tempest but reedited the dlseohcertlng reply My hus band gets s5 crossgralned after meals that I have to get out of his way so I might as well go to church Slinnlil booty Rverytlilnpr Editors SouI asked papa when the millennium tt rii cpmln1 an If Mars was Inhabited hVilf It was goln to rain next Fourth of July an he said ho didnt know I dont see how he ever got to be an editor Iljliirntlvely SpcnUlnpr No said Meeker I never did have airy head for mathematics Isuppase not rejoined Bleaker I have alwaysI understood that even at house you didnt count Chicago News 3 Lawful Debt Lcfrnlly Collected When Mike left the employ of Broth er Rubbles who keeps a country store and also farms It In WasliinntJii county Me be owed a considerable balance to Brother Rubbles Mike seemed quite willing to forget about It but more Intimate acquaintances of Brother Rubbles never lost faith that the account would be squared In due timeAfter Brother Rubbles had ceased even to drop gentle hints about the little bill Mike became the owner of a single lustyI hog of which he was In ordinately proud He bragged about It unceasingly and Brother Rubbles made a friendly call one day to see It and praised the hog In a way that de lighted the heart of the lucky owner amt see how ye got him so fat Mike said Brother Rubbles Mine dont till out that way I guess It takes an Irishman to bring up a pig Then after a pause Brother Rubble added Ive got a shote Ill give ye If you want It I should like to see what ye can do with my stock There Is an old saying that sets forth the danger of trusting the Greeks even when they offer gifts but Mike had never heard It At the first opportunity he went over to Brother Rubbles barn and brought away the sorriest looking shote that ever lived The next day Brother Rubbles lev- ied1 on tilt big hog The law would not have permitted him to do that so long as Mike was the owner of only one pig Orcnii Stream The fresh Inflow of salt water from the Arctic sets which mingles with the Inflow of the rivers produces In the regions of the north and cast of the New Siberian archipelago a vast cold clearing out current which carries before it nil the fragments of the central Ice field funning thus a mighty drift toVnrd the eastern coast of Greenland This cold current hears along on Its surface tines Ice fields IClherI hummocks etc and washes up along the Greenland coast an almost insuper able barrier When this current reaches Cape Farewell It divides one towardliNotvfotindinnd to Increase the current in BaHlns bllI and Hudson strait It is this last mentioned current which carries icebergs even down to the latitude of Vlgo and Its power plays an Important and capricious part In the meteorology of Europe Timely Advice When a certain financial panic broke out the senior editor of a trade Journal published In the Interests of business men and financiers wits on a visit ton mining town Fearful lest his junior In the olllce at home might give 1I tonal utterance to pessimistic views and weaken public confidence still farther he hastened to a telegraph olllce and dispatched n brief message of ad vice It happened that the Junior partner on this particular day had just become the father of a pair of line twin boys While his friends In the olllce were congratulating him upon this event a musangrI entered with a telegram He opened it and read the following message from the senior partner Dear Goorpe Things look blue but they will brighten up noon Take a chfirful view of the situation IMUAM The Colonels Water oo Colouel John M Fuller of IToney Urove Texas nearly met his Waterho from Liver and Kidney trouble In a recent letter he says I was nearly doad of those complaints and although I tried mv fami y dnoor he did me no good so I got a Sue heals ot your great Electric Bitters which aural me I consider them the best medicine on earth and thank God who gave you the Knowledge to make them Sold and guarantied to cure Dyspepsia Biliousness and Kidney Diseaseby Short Haynes druggists at ode a bottle Kctonlrlt WinCim Wheel A very Interesting paradox Is the one concerning an ordinary wagon wheel which Is solid and rigid yet when fast eneil on Its axle on a wagon when the wagon moles part of the circumference of the wheel which Is In contort with the ground Is for an Instant at absolute rent while the point directly perpen dicular to It Is flying along at a high rate of speedh The two points horinn till with the center of the wheel are traveling pretty fast but only half us fast as the topmost point and as the up lgoingI horizontalI point Increase in speed the down going one slows up un tit It Is at rest for a moment when in contact with the ground Yet the wheel Is one solid piece and there are only two points going at the same rate f- spoil at the same time Yd if 1111 wheel Is taken off the axle and rnliel down an incline every point of time cir cumference moves at the same rate of speed1 EVERITT TO SPEAK J A Everitt Notional President of the American Soci ety of Equity will be the principall speaker at a grand mass meeting ol Union county fanners which will be held at MorRanfield on Saturday Aril 10 Mr Everitt has riot made a trip to Kentucky for about a year when he made an address in this city The farmers of this county might he able to get him 16 come here from Morgnnfield and make nu address and han a great rally if the proper effort is put forth PARKERS HAIR BALSAM riesuici and b sit tes tho hale rrcimrXel a Inimiul growth GrayUllCum sraip diftairt tt Iia r tap5 aIHt Pru cts tnot The New Body Builder As delicious as a Fresh Orange Supersedes oldfashioned Cod Liver Oil and Emulsions Guaranteed to contain nil the medicinal elements actually taken from genuine fresh r ds livers with organic iron and other bodybuilding injrreriuiits but no oil or grease making tho greatest strength and flesh creator known to medicine For old people puny children weak pale women nursing mothers chronic cold hacking coughs throat and lung troubles incipient consumptionnothing equals Vinol Try ItIf you dont like It wu will return money p SHORT HAYNES Druggists The Breckenridge News GREAT CLUBBING AND PREMIUM OFFER WITH The Inland Farmer lIIutntedwldeawakeli l GRci1VERSAttractivel I homeSamfleI make the following unprecedented cffa A DID STRONG HONESTLY MADE KNIFE No better steel or grinding can be produced Every part Is made of best material by moat skilled cutlers The blades are hand forged from Wardlow steel tempered neither too hard or too soft just right In fact for the exacting work of the Farmer and Stockman READ THIS LIBERAL PREMIUM OFFER alsoForI talso one years subscription to the L BRBCKENRIDae ISI3WSIIR- ECKENRIOCIG NEWS Cloverport Ky I accept this offer and enclose for one years subscription to the two papers and the to Hickory Clipper Premium Knife Name P 0 Address County Data 190 RFDNo State Remit by Post Office 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South wests Open Door to Success Write for illustrated literature or letter still Go and See For Yourself An ounce off personal investigation is worth a pound of description EXCEPTIONALLY LOW RATES The 1st and 3d Tuesdays of Each Month Gno II LEE G P A II I McGUIRE DPA Little Rock Ark Cincinnati 0 J Ii I Subscribe for The News Sin Vi d b- t t J I f w JE The Breckenridge News t+ 1 WEDNESDAY March 29 100S j T HARDINSBURG Gus Brown is on the sick list t T J Moore wont to Glcndoano V Sunday AY 1 Hall of Kockvale was in town Sunday Morris B Kincholoo wont tto Louisville Saturday The pay traits came down ther- f I branch lust Saturday V C W Moorman of Clovorport in the city Saturday flflwnspJ Clovor1portT in the city Thursday Cook the merchant of Custer was in town Monday Dr JJ H Frymire of Union t Start was in the city Saturday Franklin Kincheloe was in Lou t isville several days of lust week- Srr A Pate of West Point was 9intown several days of last week k Win Beard has been appointed t tax collector by the city council Tames Jarboe of Mooleyville the county assessor was in town Friday I 11rT McQuacly of Koclcvale was in the city Monday on a busi I ness trip A Mrs Blanche Mead has returned home from a visit to relatives in LouisvilleMrs F McGary and Mrs Wm M1 Ilcnsley wdnt to Louis ville Monday Pierce Hludn WilY of Bewley I ville was in the city Monday on a j business trip I UnionIs i deane was in the city Sunday vis I iting friends t i A largo crowd attended the t Cost I j I I I hams Saturday Mrs Jrecn W Beard has rev turned home from a visit to rela if tives in Louisville Arthur Scott was the guest of i ini1 t Louisville last week Leslie Walker and family have moved to town He will open up his bakery this week Miss Annie Lie Hanclof Irv HisstLytie FonlI last week Mr and Misl I S Richardson of Union titan are visiting ItII and ills IP M1 Beard I II C Murray acted as county attorney pro ton at the session of the County Court Monday Misses Lena and Virginia Hens Icy returned home Saturday from a visit to friends in Louisville W JJ Robertson and Miss Air rie Robertson of Glcndeane were SundayrThe Rev W IT Foreman and family will move back to this 1place from Gmyson county next 1pweek TIll Rev Everett Englishof t Stephensport tilled his regular t March April May 1rThere is a best time for oingjj uverything that is a time when a thing can be done to the best advantage I most easily and most ef fectively Now is the best time VhyBecauseto purify ityou know this by the pimples and other eruptions that have come on your face and body r Hoods Sarsaparilla r randPills Are the to takethey do the work thoroughly and agreeably + and never fail to do it it Hoods are the medicines you 1 have always heard recommended I cannot recommend Hoods Snrjnparllla f too hlsrhly as n spring medicine When we take iIt In the lIprlDJ 11NiAi betterthroufh J the summer IRS S lIcCrars a i Hoods Sarsaparilla promises to euro and koops the promise S i l NO TONGUE CAN TELLSUFFERINGt From Itching and Bleeding Eczema Pain Terrible Body and Face Covered with Sores Doctors and Medicines Failed ANOTHER WONDERFUL CURE BY CUTICURA IomII No tongue can tell how I suffered for five years with itching and bleeding eczema until I was cured by the Cuticura Remedies and I am so grate ful I want the world to know for what helped mo will help others My body and face were covered with sores One day it would seem to be better and then break out again with the most terrible pain and itching I have been sick several times but never in iny life did I experience such awful suffering as with this eczema I had my mind that death was near at hang and I longed for that time tiedmanywithout success and my mother brought me the Cuticura Remedies insisting that I try them I began to feel better after the first bath with Cuticura Soap and one application of Cuticura Ointment I continued with the Soap and Ointment and have taken four bottles of Cuticura Resolv ent and consider myself well Any person having any doubt about this wonderful the Cuticura Rem edies can write address Mrs Altie Etson Dcllevue Mich ITCHINGI ECZEMA I ScalyEruptions The agonizing itching and burning frightful hair and crusting of scalp as in scalled head all demand remedy of almost superhuman virtues to success fully cope with them That Cuticura Soap Ointment and Pills are such stands proven beyond all doubt throughouttheSololroprldon appointment at the Baptist church SundayClint Elliott T AV Brown and J Steve Davis of Burns were in I I town Monday on business before the County Court I Thomas Miller bought the I Brickoy place on the Owcnsboro IonIIrlnChapman Moorman has purchased of the heirs of time late 115I George I1ooka house and lot lying on Main street Considera tion SiOO llr andl pits W K Barnes I t went to Louisville Saturday and returned to West Point and spent I Sunday with Mrs Barnes niece rigs JesseJ Payne tt- In the case of Ralph Lucas on petition for new road the report I of the surveyor 11 C Jolly was riled and laid over until the next 1j term IIJudcj II he at his ollice again lie has been confined to his home for a month on account of n fall which dislocated his shoulder- A recital was given by the pupils of Mrs Thomas Withers at her residence on slain street on last Saturday evening Anum ber of invited guests were present A Safe Cough Medicine For Children In buying a ongh medicine for children never be afraid tc buy Chum berlains Cough Remedy There is no danger from it and relief is always sure to follow It is especially valu able for colds croup and whooping cough For sale by Short Haynes BEWLEYVILLE Drfr M Walker Is quite sick Dr W Thos Cain made a visit to his old home last week I Uncle Ben llardaway huts been quite sick for the past two weeks Mrs Thos J Jolly has almost recovered from her recent severe illness Addie Kendall of Webster was the guest of Miss Mary Payne Sunday 7j T Stith continues in bad healthwithout indications of im provement Miss Flora Meadow has been tho guest of Miss Beulah Payne for several days Mrs Charlie Anderson has a sweet little girl at her house ar rived Saturday March 25 Mrs Elma Morton of Park land spent the past week tho guest of Mr and Mrs ZFr StithMrs YoA Stith and children- V A and Blanche have return ed from several days visit to Mr and Mrs C H Drury Miss Vcrdio Kobinson and Fos ter Guill who wore married in Brandenburg Sunday March 11 have moved to West Point Mrs Charles Drury entertained the ladies of the W F M S Fri day They gathered early and were very busy on a job of Homo Missions all tho forenoon Mrs Drury standing in need of help on a carpet for spring cleaning At the noon hour there was an ele gant dinner served and later all gathered in tho parlor and hold an interesting missionary meeting Wo meet in April with Mrs R D Cain GoldenHod GARFIELD Ed Lyons little boy Gilbert has diphtheria Joel H Pile of TIardinsburg was hero Saturday Born to the wife of Dave Thom son March 24 a boy Miss Minnie Poole went to Louisville Saturday Born to the wife of Bill Snider a fine boy March 24 James Webb is confined to his bedwith rheumatism Mr and Mrs Scott visited at Tom Gregorys Sunday lluth Harned took part in Mrs Withers recital Friday night Miss Ada Uutlcrof Gave Spring is visiting Miss Josie Driskell Robert Smith of llardinsburg was visiting here part of last week Miss Lydia Macy thinks of teachings spring school at Pleasant GroveMiss Matt Leigh Gregory is inollardinsburg this week Charlie McGill and Miss Emma Smithof TIardinsburg visited Mrs Bcttic McCoy Sunday Charles Stone who is attending dental college in Louisville was visiting here a few days last week Rev J T Lewis of IrvingtonII will till Rev Englishs appointment I hero tho third Saturday and Sunday I in April Incredible Brutality- It would have been incredible bru tality if Chas F Lembereer ot Syra I case N Y hall not done the best he could for his suffering snit MyI boy he says cut a feaifnl gash over tits eye so I applied BucKlens Arnica balve which quickly healed ItIand saved tits eye Good for burns and ulcers too Only 2iJo at Short Haynes drug stare The flrrnt AiiHilfiui Novel The great American novel of which so much was once heard docs not collie but the work is gradually being written In departments The country is too vast as the novelists have perhaps seen for one novel to cover tlwI ground as they used to hope They are therefore spoilallxlng and some of them are writing so conscientiously and observing so well that those of our own practitioners whose tendency is to repent a convention rather than return afresh to life with each book ought to be feeling uncomfortable London Times All Analogy An excited military man entered the editorial Namtuni of the Odessa Mo Democrat oMlalmlng That notice of AgersF- or I lJIU hard colds bronchitis asthma and coughs of all kinds you cannot take any thing better than Ayers CherryPectoral yourownHe uses it He understands why it soothes and heals I had a terrible cough for weeks Then I took Ayert Cherry 1ectornl anti only one bottle completely cured me Inns J II IMNKOUTH St Jojoph lich 250 We 5100 JC AYEn co All lrIlIIIIUfor r IISSli a- tCoughsColds AU You will hasten recovery by tak ing ono of Avers Pills at bedtime CATARRH THE MOST DANGEROUS OF ALL CHRONIC DISEASES Cclds Not Promptly Cured Are Sure to Caiise Catarrh Catarrh Improperly Treated is Sure to Make Life Short and Miserable Many Wonderful Cures Are Made by Pcruna ATAltllll spares no organ or func C tloii of tho b vy Jt IIs capablo of I 001 hIrlnI my oeatli is trifle sir 1 will horse whip you within an Inch of your life sit If you dont apologize in your next issue vine editor inserted the follow ing the next day We regret extreme ly to announce that the paragraph which stated that Major Blazer was dead Is without foundation A Polite Necesslty Your daughter is highly accom plished Well answered Mrs Cumrox she knows a great deal about 1English liter attire and can speak several languages but I wish I could hire somebody to teach her Just what slang It Is proper to use In fashionable society Wash ington Star FrenkM of hitter There goes Tuffnut the pugilist Under other circumstances he might have made a success of a very different kindNo doubt With n fair tenor voice and his peculiar system of fighting he would have made a tremendous success on the opera stngeNew York Press The Trust In Doctors Pnwlo When you coupe to think of It its really remarkable how ingiy people trust n doctor Crosby Yes But ExUSSenator DYCorbin Gentlcmen Thc use of Per runa has been a blessing to those troubled with catarrh So many of my acquaintances have been cured and benefited by its use that its curative qualities should be generally known I do not hesitate to recommend it as the best rem edy yet discovered for that disease D Y Corbin 916 Chi I cago Opera House Chicago 111 excretion It pervades every part of the human body Pcruna also cures bronchitis coughs and consumption in the first stages with unfailing certainty lIon D Y Corbin is exUnited States Senator and cousin of Adjutant General Corbin of tho United States Army Judge Corbin is one of the best known lawyers In Chicago and stands high pro fessionally anti svfaly The arroyo en4urni ntt e dont you think Its even more wonder rill how ninny people n doctor trusts Not Guilty One of you boys tins been stealing raisins again I have found the seeds on the floor Which one of you was it TommyIt wasnt me I swal lowed the seeds In mine It would be a much more progressive world if we economized the time we give to other peoples business Piuk GollllI Gliding Effect Tbat fellow Is a perfect boor Sssh lies worth 4000000 That so Well as I was saying hes a man of marked individualityI Plttsburg Post The Chnnnrc Fred She isnt the pretty girl she used to be ArthurIs that so Fred Yes lien father kwt all his money speculating CURE CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS Best Couch Syrup Tastes Good UM In time Sold by druggists CONSUMPTI Weve Hired 5A UncleSam As our agent to SHOW and SELL our goods and an Investment through him whit us Iis letter than a Govern i ment Iloud This Is a special offering i i of tueus N 1j i Spring j Suits at 10 andII They are black Thlbets for dress wear and fancy Cassimcres and i Worsteds In light medium and dark xk patterns for business wear They u are GUARANTEEDALIW00Land made in thoroughly uptodate styles What we ask you to do Is to write and ask for samples and measure blankssaying you saw TInS ad in I THIS 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 rorover FORTY YEARS We sell CIOTHING HATS and FURNISHINGS for men and boys SHOES for everybody We PAY EXPRESS on ai worth and send all goods SUBJECT TO APPROVAI Style books for all lines freoon request Let us hear from you LEVYSJThird and Mark- etLOUISVILLE 1 J cannot help but add weight and Import ance to tho thousands of testimonials from tine humbler walks of lifo Catarrh is tho cause of at least one half of tho Ills to which tho human family is subject Is there no way to escape from it There is Peruna never fails to curo a cold Pee runs never falls to euro catarrh in the first stage Pcruna cures catarrh in tho second stage nine cases out of ten Pe runs cures catarrh in its last and worst stages in tho majority of casc and nevor fails to benefit every case how ever bad A book on tho curo of throat and lung diseases and catarrh in all stages and varieties sent free to any address by Tho Poruna Medicine Co Columbus O My Life lung by a Mere Thread lPeruna Curcd McoJMrs Sarah Smart 270 Hayward St Brooklyn N Y writes 1 cant tell in words how low 1 was My life hung by a mere thread I wu waiting for months to die II My trouble was consumption or bronchitis I suffered no pain when I was low but coughing and breathing kept sapping what littlo strength I had- I could not eat sleep or oven lean back on a chair I was a mere skeleton I said to my husband I I cant last much longer My neighbors say they do not know how I over recovered It was al most a miracle 11 I took your medicine but three months when1 could do my housework and washings and have been doing it- overslneor Nowl am able to do any thing You would never think I had been troubled with such a serious illness I shall always keep your medlclno in my louseMrs Sarah Smart Despaired of Recovery Mrs 11 L Aullch Vice President American Genealogical Association COi II street N W Washington D C writes 1 I know whereof I speak when I say that Pcruna is a wonderful remedy for colds and catarrhal trouble Last fall I was very much debilitated from tho effect of a cold contracted early in tho summer and which I neglected I know that my system was In need of medicine and rest but to find tho right thing was tine problem Happily I gavo Pcruna a trial first and have no reason to complain of tho results Within a month I had entirely recovered my strength and good health and really felt better and stronger than bcroroIrs II L Aullch 1 f you do not derive prompt and satisfactory results from tho use of Poruna write at onto to Dr Hartman jlvlnga full statement of your caso ninth ho will bo pleased to give you his valuable nd vice gratis Ililrf s lir IInrtmnn lP T t li r CRUSHER IN OPERATION 1 1 Webster Ky Mann 2SSpeoal The rock crnshei h re has begnn op oration giving employment to a large number of hands I Caution To Purchasers Of Winchester Guns We find Winchester Repeating Rifles and Shotguns are being offered by certain ot the trade not customers of ours at cut prices and that such guns have been altered since leaving the tactory including the changing and obliteratnnof the factory serial numbers =Not knowing to what further extent these arms have been ftampered with we take this opportunity of advising the public in general that we assume no responsibility whatever connected with any such arms and caution all buyers to eee that the numbers have not been changed or ooliterated All genuine Winchester Repeating Rifles and Shotguns are numbered arMr all Winchester Single Shot Rifles are numbered except the Models 10001002 r 1004 and the Thumb Trigger Model WINCHESTER REPEATING ARIISfCOMPANY I a AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Ii 3 Excellent t t= t 3 Excellent C = Thats what they all say when we thave finished work Out work will bear the lnoItkcriticalexamination t= os it is done oh scientific principles tand accordinS tto scientific rules i 4I There is more ori less science in all ttbusinesses more especially when it t nieceYV of jewelry or a pair of glasses X We have made the jewelry L V business and the watch business fli stud for Jfofues that we know something about it 1 Its our life work and we take pride in it We build on our repu tation for honest work and good 33good 3 T C LEWIS SON 1 YOUR JEWELERS HARD1NSBURQ KENTUC- KYmvYYYVYnrrrryyaf e E Y Y