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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 s tin s JF THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSif Y ALL THE NEWS THAT Si FIT TO PRINT 1 VOL XXIX CLOYERPORT KENTUCKY WEDN SDAY APRIL 5 1905 8 Pages NO38 I Ii I If fJ i r tt r sY f sf s DEMOCRATS NOMINATE A FULL TICKET FOR COUNTY OFFICES Most Of The Nominations Were UnanimousOnly Real Discord J Evident When Nomination For Representative Was On Shellman Winner Over Lyons In Race For Jailer By Very Close Vote THE TICKET For State Senator R W Owen For Representative E H Shellman For Judge Henry DeH floorman For Attorney Gus Brown For Clerk W F Hook For Sheriff Milt Allller For Jailer Richard Shellman For Assessor Horace Manning For School Supt Joel H Pile For Surveyor Chas D Payne r For Coroner Lee Bishop The abovo in the ticket named by the Democrats of Brcekenridge county at the delegate convention at Hardins burg Monday The precinct conven tions to elect delegates to the county convention were held last Saturday There were between three and four hundred people present at the county convention and every precinct was representedA part of the nominations were unanimous The only discord was over the nomination of representative und the only close race was that be tween the two candidates for sheiilf it being necessary to make this nom ination by a precinct vote rThe convention was called to order about 2 oclock Tnos Moore was elected temporary chairman and Carlt Richardson temporary secretary S H McCracken John Alexander and F K Rhodes were appointed a 1i committee on organization and C H v Drury C M McUlothlan and Luther Mari a committee on credentials The committee on organization re ported that the temporary organization be tuade the permanent organization On motion it was ordered that the nominations be made in the order in which they appear on the regular ballotThe report nn credentials was received and adopted- W K Barnes moved that the convention proceed with the nominations Joseph Teaff put in nomination S K Vessells for representative W E Minor seconded the motion Jesse Whitwcrth put in nomination the Hon DO Moorman and G W Dodson put in nomination Ed HShdl manMr Vessolls said that he did not went the nomination and would not accept it if nominated Mr J F Jarboe was on his feet in nn instant and said that the conven thou would take no excuse from Mr rYessells that he was the man to make the race and that there wasno better I man or better Ddinocrat in the county and no man who would get more votes among both Republicans ana Democrats He said further that D O Moorman was buying tobacco for the trust and that the Democrats did not want n man who was in any way connected with the trusts on their picket This brought down the house and it was clearly demonstrated that the convention did not want MrMoor man Mr Whitworth recognized the sentiment of the delegates and with some spirit and feeling withdrew Mr Moormans name Mr Jarboe still insisted on Mr Vessells being nominated but Mr Vessells said again that he did not jwant the nomination j Mr Barnes salt that he was satis tied Mr Vessells did not want the nomination and that he was not in favor of giving it to a in in who did not want it He then moved tnat Mr kSnellnian be nominated by acclama tion which was done Byron Cent put in nomination the name of Henry DeH Moorman for f county judge Judgo Mercer seconded IIthe motion and Mr Moormans nom- inationt was made unanimous Carlt Richardson put in n Gas Brown for county omlnationjj W F Hook was nominated clerk These nominations met with no opposition Mr Minor put in nomination Milt Miller for sheriff and Mr Miller was nominated without opposition Richard Shellman was put in nom ination for jailer by JarltRIchardson Judge Mercer seconding the nomina tion Pete Lyons was put in nomina tion by Mr Minor Jas W Miller seconding the nomination The nomi nation for jailer was put to a vote which resulted as follows Precinct Lyons Shellman- Hardinsbnrg Nol 8 Hardinsburg NoSJ 4 Hardinsdurg No a 4 Hardinsburc No4 U Cloverport No1 8 Cloverport No 2 4 Oloverport No3 C Irvington 3 1 Glendeane G McUaniols 6 Balltown 2 Stephensport 4 Union Star 0 Mooleyville 13Webster 4 Bewleyvllle 3 Big Spring 3 Custer I0 Hudson 4 Rockvale G Mook 3 47 40 Horace Manning was nominated for assessor Joel H Pile for school sup erintendent Chas D Payne for surveyor and Leo Bishop for coroner without opposition Jas W Miller in speaking of Mr Pile said that he is as pure as the water that falls from the heavens and that he can catch more votes more ways than any man that ever made a race In the county Before the adjournment of the con vention speeches were made by Gus Richardson and Gus Brown who were called for Mr Richardson renewed his faith in the Democratic party and said that he was still in the fight though slightly disfigured Mr town said that tha ticket that had been named would be H winning ticket MRS HALLS MIRACLE Experiences Similar to This Have Oc casioned Considerable Comment In Cloverport Few women are better known in Rockport N Y than Mrs Pattie D Hall as she belougs to one of time best families and has a large circle of friends and acquainttnces In a recent Lter view Mrs Hall said The experience 1 have been through iu the last two years seems like a mirn cle I was so badly off that life seemed almost unendurable and my deafness increased so that I coul I scarcely hmr anythijg The buffocatiou iu mv chest and the indigestion caused by my catarrh produced very severe suffering I had five different physicians bought every thing that anybody recommended to me but finally gave up in despair 1I0ne jay my milliner asked me if i hadever tried HyotueiI began the treat ment and can thankfully testify that Hyomei does cure this terrible disease Since using it my hearing is greatly im proved and the only time I have any trouble is when I take cold I then use Hyomeiand always get instant relief My friends and acquaintances mArvel at the change in my health and hear ingHyomei has made many cures ofat ar h and in connection with Hyomei balm of catarrhal deafness iu Clover port Similar experiences to that ot Mrs Halls have created a large sale for Hyomei with Short Haynes The complete outfit including the in baler costs but el while extra bottles are but 50 cents Ask Short S Haynes to show you the strong guarantee under which they sell Hyomei Two Weddings At Webster Webster Ky April 4Speoial- L B Norton and Miss Grace Chris of the Garfield neighborhood were married last Sunday at 3 oclock in the afternoon the Rev Cundiff offici ating and at 7 oclock in the evening Rubt Arnold and Miss Ola Robbing of the Clifton Mills neighborhood were married Rev Chas Robbins officiating Rev Willett Called Webster Ky Aprii4 Special t The members of Walnut Grove church have called Rev J J Willet of Mende county to serve them as pastor Fred Fraiza went to Cincinnati Monday CElfST oret x Au Bean toe1ho Kind You HanBAIways BougW Signature rtIor TOBACCO GROWERS GEt DOWN TO BUSINESS IN CONVENTION Committee Appointed To Make A Contract Similar To Daviess County Plan To Hold Tobacco For Better PricesGreenville Resolutions AdoptedOt her Steps Of Much Importance Are Taken- Hardinsburg Ky April 4SpcC- 181 The Brcekenridge County Dark Tobacco Growers Association milt hero last Saturday A largo crowd of farmers were present and the meeting was more business like and acccom pUshed wore than any that has here tofore been held Delegates from nine teen local unions were in attendance President G S Wilson of McQuady called the meeting to orderr at 10 30 oclocic in the forenoon The minutes of the preceding meeting were rend by the secretary Joel H Pile findp proved The following committee on credentials were then appointed by the chair Ed Oglebsy Matthew Shrews berry and WS Ball who reported that nineteen unions out of the twenty five iu the county were properly repre sented by accredited delegates After the report had bteu adopted the same committee were continued as a committee on resolutions While the com mittee was out preparing their report Mr Thomas JWhitfill entertained the crowd with the singing of an original song which enthused the delegates and elicited much applause Robert McUavock of Hancock coun ty then addressed the convention in a welltimed speech He opposed the plan of storing the tobacco in ware housts and securing money on it from the totacco woiehouse combine of Louisville Ho favored the plan of borrowing the necessary money from the local banks and stated that the farm ers hud on deposit in the bunKS of Brtckeuridge county he sum of oJU 000 He stiougly ndvisrd the farmers to continue to hold then tobacco null said victory was just ahead In closing I h3 prddiutml a glovin fu tine for the American Society of Equity At tbo conclusion of Mr Me Ginocks speech the meeting ndjourn ed until 1 oclock When the convention reassembled in the afternoon the committee on resolutions announced that they were ready to report and pr rented the following resolutions Whereas it appears that some plan bv which farmers who need ttnmicial assistance can secure money 01 their tobacco is ueccwaiy and iu ordr to aid farmers to dfwRlaletlII tobacco and keep it oft the market and prevent it going into th9hsuds of the I trust and hold it in the hands and under the control of the farmer therefore be it- Resolved that a Finance Committee of three be appointed to act for twelve months null they be instruct d to act immediately and consult with the Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Company and parties who may submit bias to renandle redry grade class prize and do everything uecesnary to the proper handling of tobacco and as pertain what is the best contract that can be madeand that they he absolute ly empowered to make any contract with said Warehouse Company and rebandlers that they may consider expedient pnd practicable and to the best interest of the funnels it baing understood that they will make a con tract similar to that under which the tobacco is now being handled in Da vi 083 county And be it further Resolved That the resolutions a dopted at the Greenville convention of Tobacco Growers of Dark Tobacco of Western Kentucky providing for a reduction of acreage so that nc farmer will plant or permit to b3 planted on his farm m ore than ten thousand hills per hnndit beingunderstood that a hand is to be a man between the ages of 16 and 60 and a boy from 12 to 16 years of age to be regarded as a half hand aud be allowed 6000 hills and farther while the above is the basis in no event will this county plant or be permitted to plant exceeding 75 per cent of the average- of the 1003 and 1004 crops of tobacco and that we the delegates in county convention assembled pledge ourselves to use every means with and through our local unions to secure the idup tenon antsI enforcement of the foregoing by securing the signed agreement and otherwise of all members and non members of our organization to this end And if these means fail that all local unions and members be in strutted to use any and every other means that they may see fit to de vise and adopt whereby this reduction will be more perfectly accomplished And that each local union be held responsible for the proper enforcement of this plan and that in turn each local union hold each and every farmer in its territory responsible for the same And be it further Resolved That any farmer whether he he a nember of the tobacco growers organization or not who will premeditatedly take advantage of this reduction by the organization and increase his crop that he may profit by the efforts of this Society and that he may be benefited at the ex pense of others and thereby defeat the objects of this organization That he and all such be regarded as a scab and treated as a scab that he be regarded ns it traitor and that he be treated ns a traitor and an enemy to his neighbors in country his family and himself and that we do not and will not consider him or such as be worthy cf our confidence All of which Is rtspectfully submit ted believing as we do that in order to successfully compete with this octo pus in the form of a tobacco trust we must refuse to sell and that we must reduce production and then we will be In a position to dictate terms in the enemy s country that will be highly satisfactory to us BahlECommittee Matthew Shrewsberry J Mr Ball of the committee made a etroug speech advocating the adoption of the resolutions without amendment Matthew Shiewsberry also spoke for the rbrt John Hazlipp of Hites Run made a strong talk supporting the resolutions and the question being put by tha chair they were declared adopted without a dissenting vote On motion of John P Baswell Jr the financial committee provided for in the resolutions was selected It was composed of these well known Turmers G S Wilson E LJ Uglesby mid Silas Miller CJpun the suggestion af E B Ogles by th plan to reduce the acreage of tnbiicco in the county wits adopted It iid 111 the torm of a contract and is as follows We he underiarnediu consideration of the benefits to be derived to us by n curtailment of the dark tooacco crop for the year 1SHW do lpledge agree und bnd ourselves not t3 plant or permit to be planted on lands which we own or control a greater numb r of nrres of dark lot arco than that Iindicated bj the number set opposite onr respective names in tne col umn marked 1003 And we state that the numbers iu the columns marked 1003 and 1104 set opposite our reaped tive armies are the number of acres of tobacco cult voted in those years We and each of us do further agree and bind ourselves that In the event any of us shall violate this contract tied agreement then the tooacco rats elt by ns in excess pf the amount herein argeed to be raised shall he for feited to and become the property of those members of time American Society of Equity who have signed and not violated this agreement and con tractIn teStlmonv whereof witness our hands and seals Each local union will secure the sig natures of those farmers residing within the territory of the unions Tne oasS ot representation in the county union was fixed at one delegate tor every ten members or mayor frac tion thereof Upon motion of G N Taul tho contracts as to the number ot acres of tobacco to be raised were ordered furnished to the unorganized portions ot the county At the suggestion of Smith Waggon er it was ordered that each local un ion should furnish the delegates to the county union credentials and also a complete statistical report of all crops in the territory covered by that union G S Wilson W S Ball E B Oglesby and Smith Waggoner were authorized and appointed to organize local unions in the unorganized por tions of the county The convention then adjourned to meet at this place on the first Satur day in July ROYAL Baking Powder Saves HealthT- he use of Royal Baking Powder is essential to the healthfulness of the family foodYeast ferments the food Alum baking powders are injurious Royal Baking Powder saves health ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK Revival Arouses Interest Hardinaburg Ky April 4Stec- ial The protracted meeting at the M E church South is arousing much interest and the congregations are large at each service Dr Lloyd who is assisting the pastor is a man ot tine presence and splendid voice and his sermons are clear logical and spirtual It is said he id in line for election as a bishop of h id church The doctor will continue here until Thursday It is not yet decided whether or not the meeting will con tinue after that date Dr Lloyd has made a splendid impression here among nil the people A GUARANTEED CURE FOR CHILLS ProtrudingPunsOINTMENT falls to mire any case no mutter of how longstanding Inti to 14 days First yourdruggistwill 1 1e forwiirdwl postpaid by Paris Muill chic Co St LoutsI Mo Hardware Merchant Sells Irviiigton Ky April 4 Special R S Bandy the hardware merch ant has sold out to Cowlwy Livers who expect to commence business I rum 111 at IJ Hancock County Primary Hawosvillo Ky April ITheRepublican primary election passed off quietly in this county today A small vote was polled and tho nomi nees are as follows County Judge W H Brown Clerk N S Grcathouso Sheriff Joaso Pulliam Attorney J R Higdon School Superintendent G H Mickel Jailer J P Sanders Assessor C A Cabal William Bar low defeated Dr G HPlitt in a close race for the Legislature Making Vigorous Canvass Hardinsburg Ky April 4Spe cial Hon John Y Lott of Lewis port was here last week gushing his candidacy for the nomination for the State Senate on the Republican ticket He is malting a vigorous can vass and feels confident that he will be easily nominated To Conduct Large Business Webster Ky April 4Speofal Frank Hall formerly of Raymond lines gone to Clifton Mills where he and his brother H N Hall will con duct a large mercantile business WE ARE UNLOADING LUMBER DAILY W v- A At our Mttril yards and are pripirid to supply yur wants with rholce T jl youjlhlf mxt n told u ruts In the V U- I y jjttluuthcr Lute A- IIIi JP Will Co LUMBERMEN ti jti LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY B i q + r rz 7 + WeVe HOired1 UncleSam As our agent to SIIOW and SKII our goods and an investment through him truth us isI Letter than n Gocertn meat bond This is n speclalofferiug of mens Spring 1 o and Suits at 15 They are black Thibet for dress wear and fancy Cas8imcrrs 4ad Worsteds in light medium and dark patterns for business wear Theyy are GUARANTEED AIIOOI and f made in thoroughly uptodate styles What we ask you to do is to write and ask for samples and measure f bianks saying you saw Tills ad in THIS paper Ours is the larcestnnd oldest house in our line in the South We OWN our bulldini and have done business on the SAME SPOT for over 1ORTY YEARS We sell CIOTIIING HATS and FURNISHINGS for men and boys SHOES for everybody We PAY EXPRESS on t5 worth and send nil tools SUIIJECT TO APPROVAL Style books for all flues free on request Iet us hear from you LEVYSThird It LOUISVILLE my 3 4 1 r 1 1 i f Itff I 4- r f If f i I 1r M The Breckenridge News = WEDNESDAY April 5 1005 LOCAL PHYSICIAN BELIEVES AS BOKI Answer ToA Defenders Reply To Boks Article On Medicines Both Patent And Proprietary Cloverport Ivy March ai 1005 To the Editor of the News Sir I am well aware thht very few take any interest in newspaper controver sies but as a physician I will ask in defenses of the profession only a short space to reply to an article published in the last issue of the News defending patent medicines and signet A Defender No uptodate physician a gradu ate of the allopathic school ever pre scribes a patent medicine Some of the old doctors tray occasionally ban e exception But when they do al low a patient to take a patent nostrum they Afterwards aoKaowledgo they are ashamed of Iit and excuse themselves by Miyiue they allowed this to be dune by a convalescent telling him vnat toe evangelist did in his ex citement when he asked the sinners to cows forward and he would do them no harm and little good as possible A wen read physician cannot aftord to employ these socalled medicines for the reason that he has been informed through our chemists of what these mysterious compounds are composed Some of the most popular remedies among thQ laity such as certain con sumption cures oneday cough cures and soothing syrups have been found by analysis to contain simple syrupI and opium Another class of these medicines known s tonics contain a per cent of alcohol as 1large as the re venue laws will allow which renders them great sellers Many of the sure cure remodi es forcc all liver and kidney diseases have been found fay the chemists to contain I senna the principal ingredient about as ineffective as tne old womans Ditney The only requirements to made a patent medicine a success are to prepare it in a palatable form and conceal as near as possible the principal drug and to have the ready cash to advertise it A few proprietary medicines are pie scribed by our best physicians when it is known to thbtu that such medic ines are put up oy reliable manufac tunes and tile formula of course given Some of the most satisfactory remedies in the proprietary line contain such deadly poisons as strychnine and opium Hud even hydrocyanic acid And some of these medicines are used for convenience such as are prepared in tablet form although they are coupounds of belladonna uitio glycerine digitallis and the coal tar derivatives which latter we turn painkillers but which Mr Defender is pleased to call germicides But there are many other proprietaries that we can not afford to prescribe They are brought to us almost daily by travel ing agents recommended to be some thing new cud cheap and to taste good something tuat will conceal the dreaded drug Such mediciues are laid aside by the careful doctors We seldom hear ot n physician of long and good staudiuy inventing 1a Ip tent or proprietary imdioiue and advertising it to the world for the sake of any remuneration I wnt the above with all due re peot to our druggists PHYSICIAN Rheumatism is Due To a good many causes Jt may have come as a result of your work It way have conic from exposure on Ithe battlefluid but no matter what the cause it can be instantly relieved by the free use of Panicuiph This won derful remedy opens the pores of the skin induces sweating stimulates the circulation thereby removing the congestion and drawing out alljfever Oianuse and inflammation Try a bottle tiday and be conviu j oed Macy bill For Trial Will Ddacy who wa released from the county jail on Thursday and at Itonce rearitmtoi ou the charge of jail breaitii wan too ill to be tried yesterday He will be arraigned before Squire Rodman as soon as ho is able to appear Saturdays Owensboro M eaaengerM comfyHej last year and was recaptured several weeks ago by United States Marshal Nichols The officials want him to toll about his escape which was wade with several others but it is doubtful if he will d i it He was fiwt in aaroernred for selling whisky without of paying a ept nial tax i Hear All Alt persons who havie Catarrh Asth ma Bronchial or Throat Troubles FlHiiM UM Paruiampb It relieves in antlv aui eosin no opium or inorrmne g Taxation And Representation In 1001 New York gate taxpay- Ing women in all towns and villages of the state the right to vote on all questions of local taxation A bill iis now pending which would give the same right tp women in cities of the third class The St Louis Post Dis patch says that Mrs W Winslow Crannell made II an effective argu meat against the bill If the Pot Dispatch will only pub lish that effective argument there will be a sensation in the world of politics and letters An effective argument against the principle that tax ation without representation is tyr anny is something thaQias nave yet been made In the days of 70 allI King Georges supporters in the Brit- Ish parliament tried their hand at the job and they were never abe to frameI anything that could stand before the logic of old Lord North All the torteI on this side of the water lined too and the surrender of Cornwallis si enced them forever And now comes an American woman to an American legislature asking that she be taxed without representation and governed without her consent and American editors are found so deficient in true Americanism that they say anIletIoc tine argument has been wade against the principle on which this government is founded Where is the spirit of 70 Lula Ualvert Obenchain Rheumatic Pains Quickly Relieved The excruciating pains characteristic of rheumatism and sciatica are quickly relieved by applying Chan berlains Pain Balm The great painI relieving power of the liniment basI been the surprise and delight ofII thousands of sufferers The quick relief from pain which it affords is alone worth many times its cost For sale by Short Haynes I Merits Of The Mule The average mule sells for g1O per I head more than horses I There has never been what would be called an overproduction of mules while the manet has often been unII able to fully supply the tradeII The mule matures more quickly I than the horse and can be placed on the market from one to two years sooner than the average horse this weans a large profit to the producers returns from the investmentII The grain ration for time mule is less than that required for the horse thisI is quite an iitem to be considered withii the present high prices of grainII We have had a large export trade 1 for mules besides their use in the southern plantations Large numbers will be us d each year in the construction of the Panama canal and goodII prices may be expected for some years 1 to cOllie Live Stock IournalII The Right Name is DeWittcc DeWittb Witch Hazel Salve cools soothes and heals cuts burns boils bruises piles and tall skin diseases K K Zickefoose Adolph W Ya 1 says My little daughter had white I swelling so bad that piece after piece of bone worked out of her leg DeI Witts Witch Hazel Salve cured herdIt is the most wonderful lmeafitnga salve in the world Beware of coon turfeits Sold by all druggists Changes In Lighthouses J The government lighthouse tender Goldenrod Iii making her inspection trip This trip will be about 1100 wiles in length Bud will send the boat up to the headuaters of the Kentuc ky Wabush Green WhiteSalt Cum berland and Tennssee rivers Dnrincr the trip all of the lighthouse tenders will receive their semiannual salaries and they will DO supplied with oil to maintain lights until next season In the meantime a survey will1 le made of the Ohio and some chances will beii made as to location ot part of the I beacon lights while many will ba lidded to the service- Old jI Flag Returned t Gov BEckhaui has received fromt Washington the old flag of the Sixth i Kentucky Infantry U S A ThiS flag was carried by the late Uapt EJ Porter Thompson historian of the Orphan Brigade who served under Hen Lewis and left on the bnttleficla when Uiipt Thompson was wounded will be use at the Louisville reunion and carried by old veterans The Hag was returned under Congressional action Var Costs One Billion The Wall Street Journal says The war between Russia and Japan which began about thirteen months ago has already increased the debt of these two couutties nearly 800000 thOOUshare nf Japan and 810000000 the sLare ot Russia About oOOoOO000 tlio Donds representing this new indebtedness have been tauen by fovea tors outside of Russia and Japan Have Soda Water Fountain Misses Lillian and Mary Sippel installed er a soda water fountain at theirt store last week Has Plaster Cast Removed Wallace Pierce was in Louisville last Thursday and had a plaster cast remcved from his ankle which w broken several weeks ago by a fall he sustained in the Y M O A building in Louisville He will not be able return to wprk for anotherlweek Horses Bring Good Prices J J Rice and W H Jones of Kramer Ind bought a carload of horses from Vic Robertson of Hnrdins burg last Wednesday There were eighteen head in the lot and they brought from 125 to X260 rHere To Recuperate Ernest Gregory came down from New Albany last Wednesday to recur snots and to visit his parents Mr and Mrs J D Gregory Mr Gregory has been confined to his home with a severe attack of inflammatory rheu matism Successful Affair The box supper given at Oelzes Hall Thursday evening was a success ful affair A fair sized crowd was iiu attendance and a neat stUn realized and Fate of n Careful Men I had a friend who did his duty to himself nUll others with such zeal that he never went to bed without taking his temperature or got up without drink lug a scientific decoction the namo andi composition of which I have forgotten The flavor however was such as ren dered the duly performed particularly meritorious Ills dietary was based on the most scientific principles lit weighed himself before and after each meal He had his appendix removed so as to avoid all risk of appendicitis and in short he so fully realized the duty of being healthy and long lived that he never had time to do anything else or talk about anything else Un fortunately he never took that fickle Jade Fortune into his calculations and after only a year of striving most manfully to fulfill tho duty of being long lived he slipped on a piece of orange peel and fractured the base of his skull Pall Mall Gazette Cigar DOXPN of Spnnlnh Cedar The best cigar box Is made of Span ish cedar sold n tobacconist All our Imported cigars come In Spanish cedar boxes Look here lie opened a box of beautiful costly cigars and the odor diffused through time shop was Indescribably pleasant an odor half of tobacco half as Iit seemed of spices That spicy smelldo you notice it said the dealer Well that Is time smell of the Spanish cedar It communicates Itself to the cigars and so delicate and subtle Is it that It actually improves their flavor If we put up our goods In chestnut or walnut or pine boxes the flavor of the wood Impregnating the tobacco I would ruin tho cigars entirely hence moderately good cigars are put in a box that Is quite odorless and the best cigars are put up In this aromatic and costly box Philadelphia Bulletin Mexlcnii Etiquette Mexican etiquette puts on the newcomer the responsibility of malting nil the social advances Visitors to any principal Mexican city whatever their rank foreign ministers not excepted must In solemn print give notice to evIery family of any consideration resi ent In time municipality that they have and put themselves mud their homes at time disposition of the residents Otherwise they will receive no social attention whatever Intending visitors to that country need to be equipped with this knowledge of the customs prevailing there The point of etiquette Involved Is peculiar to that country having no known existence elsewhere The people are very kind and hospitable when approached in their own way and none other Is understood or token any notice of by them now to Fred flog In an article In the Animals Friend C Leighton discusses the homo treat ment of dogs the various forms of distemper and their special treatment To improper food as well as excess In eat ing he attributes time chief cause of this malady A little bread and milk or a plain biscuit should alone constitute his diet and no alarm need be felt If the dog refuses to cat Ills appetite will return with his health lIe adds hat bones Atc distinctly harmful and frequently fatal since they loosen the teeth glee them a taste for meat which puts then off their proper food and if n splints Is swallowed It fre quently becomes impaled In tho lungs or Intestines or causes stoppage when their doom Is sealed and the poor brutes die IIlKlioMt Ten IliilliIliiKN The ten highest buildings In the i world are the Eiffel tower Purls 014 feet high tho Washington monument D55 feet City building Philadelphia 035 feet Cathedral of Cologne Gil feet Cathedral of Strassburg 400 feet the chimney of the St Rollox Chemical t works Glasgow 4r5iA feet St Mar t tins church Landshut Germany 959pj feet St Stephens Vienna 453 feet e Great Pyramid 450 feet and St Peters Rome 448 feet Boston Globe Ilnrh Constitution Poor old Rlchloy said Brown Hes a very sick man Yes replied Dr Bolus but I have i his case in hand now and there Is hope Oh I dont know replied the oth i abscntmlndedly Some of your plo have been known to get well iu spite of you INTERESTING PROGRAMME Arranged For S S Convention At nsIrvington On April 15 Sundaytoschool convention of the Bewleyville district which wets at the BaptIst church at Irvington on April 15 is as folllows 030 Devotional ExercisesRev Dan Shacklett Welcome AddressJ B Herndon Response Rev E B English 1000 Why shcuM we study our Sun day school lesson and whenMrs Robt McGlothlan Song 10 15 Pastors Place in the Sunday School and does much depend on himRev E K Shultz 1085 The Power of SuggestionMiss Nannie Lee Frayser 1055 The blaoknoard its use and Benefits Mra Chas Drnry Song 1110 Report of Schools Appointment ofJCoiuunttees NOON RECESS 116 Devotional Exercises Du conventions uayW H lain Jr 185 The Teachers Purpose and Re sponsibilityS B Payne 14 The Graces of Head and Heart that AttractHold and Win child PiggottiSong 200 Bible StoryMiss Nannie Lee Frayser 215 Has the chnrcn fully realized the Importance and Possibility of the Sunday School Rev JT Lewis 235 Why the Missionary Feature in the Sunday School Mies Norris Kurtz Song 245 The Mission ot the Sunday School and is it fulfilling Its Mission Rov W A Hynes 105 What is the Greatest Hiuderance to Sunday School work Led by S C Dowell Report of Committees Song and BenedictionT Pres Nan E Lyildan Sec y Enlisted In This County J 11 Solsh whose home has ben near Li via was tins morning taken t the soldiers home at Marion Ind He fell during the winter and fractur ed his knee cap and has since been unable to work He is 72 years old Sosh enlisted in the Union army from Breckenridge county and served tnir teen months under Gen George Thomas in the Fourth army corp He tins three suns living Friday Owensooro Inquirer UAfJTOttI13Beare Kind YOU Have Always BUM of thldhB IAppreciation Reciprocated Rev J T Newsom of Murfrees boro Tenn in writting to the Cen trail Methodist concerning the revival in which be was engaged here recent ly shows an appreciation which i reciprocated in spirit when ha says They are a great people there In Honor of Miss Bowmer Miss Jean Todd entertained at cards in nonor of her visitor Miss Marian Bowmer of Cloverport last evening at her home on East Filth street Thursdays Owensboro Messenger Dry V ntlicr Plants in lamp regions the roots of peren nial plants sink deeply timid sustain a great growth above ground In a moderately dry climate plants develop bulky roots timid store up supplies which outlast the summer drought or the plants themselves as In the case of the cactuses become fleshy reservoirs of water and food In the extreme desert neither of these resources is available and perennial herbs are consequently few Only stunted shrubs and hardy annuals are able to exist at all time former growing very slowly with toughness of texture the latter flour- IshIng briefly during the spring rains devoting little energy to waking stem or leaves or flowersmostly Inconspicu ous and wind fertilized and hastening while sometimes still of very small size to perfect the seeds by which alone the specks will survive until the next years short period of wetness gives n possibility of germination and growth Harpers Magazine The IrnfoNxnrH Letter i A professor In n German school In order to tench his pupils letter writing recently conceived the happy Idea of having them compose business letters J which were inclosed In envelopes amiI correctly addressed to various mer chants lu the town In the evening Ilcrr Professor having carried the varied epistles home for correction left them on his table and as was his cus tom hied himself to the cafe It hap ened that he had n careful domestic who seeing nil the letters properly ad dressed at once concluded that her master had forgotten to mall them and out of the goodness of her heart she stamped them and hurried to the post Time stupefaction of the village merchants upon opening their moll the following morning may be Imagined and the amusing port of the incident Is that many of the letters which contained lengthy orders for goods wero taken seriously and the orders promptly m- cdSt Louis Republic- S STOP WOMEN AND CONSIDER THE ALLIMPORTANTFACT That in addressing Mrs Pinhham you are confiding your private ills to a woman a woman whoso experience with wo mans diseases covers a great many years You con talk freely to a woman when it Is revolting to relate your private troubles to a man besides a man does not under stand simply because he is a man Many women suffer in silence and drifLilong from bad to worse knowing full well that they ought to have immediate assistance buta natural modesty impels them to shrink from exposing them selves to the questions and probably examinations of even their family physician It is unnecessary Without money or price you can consult a woman whose knowledge from actual experience is great Mrs Pinlthams Standing Invitation Women suffering from any form of female weak ness nre invited to promptly communicate with Mrs Pinkhara at Lynn Mass All letters arc received opened read and answered by women only A woman can freely talk of her private illness to a I woman thus has been established tho eternal confidence between Mrs Pinldmm and the women of America which has never been broken Out A of the vast volume of experience which sho fy possiblothatJMffh that will help your case Sho asks noth ri ty ingin return except your goodwill and her jftr advice has relieved thousands Surely any if I t woman rich or poor is very foolish if she If I j docs not take advantage of this generous f ioffer of assistance Lydia E PinkhamiMedicine Co Lynn Mass i Following wo publish two lot ters from n woman who accepted this invitation Note the result First letter II Dear Mrs Pinkham somethIngterriblepains are excruciating and I can hardly stand them My doctor says I have ovarian and womb trouble and I must go through an op eration if I want to get well I do not want to submit to it if I can possibly help it Please tell me what to do I hope you can relieve meJIrs Nary DImmick Both and E Capitol Sti Denning P0WashingtonDC Second letter PhikhamoAfter following carefully your advice VegetableCompoundmy testimonial that others may know their valueand what you have done for me Tho Crafty Jack Rnlililt When the settler on the western prairie sees a Jack rabbit for the first justsskip out und lay lands 011 the creature without any trouble but that Id where the man gets fooled The rabbit is awkward appears to be lame 111 every joint holds up one foot as though it pained him anti altogether creates time belief that he is n dilapidated wreck of an ungainly animate thing The settler Is surprised that he cannot grab him Time settlers dog also is confident that lie can quickly make an cud of the rabbit lIe bristles runs leisurely toward the rabbit I doubles thatsquadruples the whole when lo the rabbit disappears There Is sonic fly fug grass a vanishing streak of light a twinkling of two prodded feet ex tended rearward mad he Is gone The dog sits on his haunches and concludes that he did not see a rabbit at nil Grout Men ot Lowly Mirth Most of the great men of history were of lowly birth Lord Wolsey was the son of u butcher Columbus the son of n weaver Horace the son of a man ufacturer Sir Ulchard Arkwrlght the sou of a barber Shakespeare the son of a wool stapler Watt the son of a blockmaker Virgil the son of a porter Stephenson the son of a fireman at a colliery Burns the son of a plowman Franklin the son of n tallow chandler Oliver Cromwell the son of a brewer JEsop was a slave Beaconsfleld was a lawyers clerk Thomas Paine a stay maker De Foo n hosler son of a butch er Demosthenes was the sop of a cutler Ben Jonson a bricklayer Bunyail n traveling tinker Dickens a reporter Edmund Kcau was the son of a stage carpenter Cervantes was a common soldier Homer was a farmers sou and is said to have begged his bread The list might be extended through columns READ TillS Bowling Green Ky June 12 1001 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo yourTexasfor two years and can recommenl it to any one suffering with any Kidney trouble as being the best remedy we have ever solo = Yours truly W 0 Morris Co A TEXAS WONDER One small bottleot the Texas Won der Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emis sions weak and lame backs rheu matism and all irregularities of the Kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your druggist it will be sent by mail on receipt of gl One small bottle is two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer P 0 Box 020 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials old by all druggists I As you know I wrote you that my doctor said I must havo an operation or I could not 1 live I then wrote you telling you my nIl ments I followed your advice and am entirely well I can walk miles without an ache or a pain and I owe my life to you and to Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound I wish every suffering woman would read this testimonial and realize tho value of writ MaryDimmIckning P 0 Washington D C When a medicine has been successful in restoring to health so many women whose testimony is so unquestionable you cannot well say without trying ita I do not believe it will help meI1y- ou are ill dont hesitate to get a bot VegetableCompound ham Lynn Mass for special advice it is free and always helpful Kentuckys Game Laws TIme following are Kentuckys game laws as sprung by ou eastern exchange Common citizens may be shot from January 4th to December Jllst Senators and members of Congress JpaignNiggers can be shot at any time Hunters in search of this game are also allowed to use stuffed club or a jack knifeIf man Is caught drinking water it is a sign that he is no gentleman sib and may be executed with whatever weapon is Ilea est at hand Colonels may be shot with impunity at any time while a squirrel gun is rev commended for dispatching lieutenants majors and captains No man shall be allowed to kill in excess of four persine per day In any cases where it is an affair of honor this number may be increased to seven teenAny citizen who docs not tote the re mains of his victim from public sight within twentyfour hours of the time the first volley was fired will be fined one gallon of moonshine Any citizen who steps on another citizens toe may be shot ou the spot with the privilege of apologizing whenever he pleases If a citizen leaves home halt shot and is found on the streets a short time thereafter full of buckshot that is his fault and his relatives are not allowed to shoot more than nine suspects in their efforts to find the guilty person TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tab ItIUsonboxSays Rebates Are Legal Now York March 3tH H Rog ors vico president and director of tho Standard Oil company today made a statement as to the conduct of the Standard Oil companys business which is evidently prompted by the criticism of the prudential committee of the American board of foreign missions tor accepting the gift of 100000 from John D Rockefeller Rogers in his statement said Slavery in certain parts of the Unit ed States until President proclamationRebates until the passage of the interstate commerce commission act After hpassage of the interstate commerce law no rebate will be received byj the Standard Oil company A Fair Proposition- If you suffer from Piles Eczema or Sinn Diseases go to your druggist and get a bottle of Paracamph use it HS directed It you are not satisfied with the results go back and get year money IJ c or 21 oS no aiNrM l+ t JI M Z OJ of 7 rii J 7 r J J 4- lr I i g t ii 1 J 4 iII y I + l 00 t i ii r t + r a y r- l v r JiIJiI- w t i I JiIt i t I The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY April 5 1005 YOUNG MENS CLUB GETS GOOD START Officers Elected And Committees Appointed At The Meeting Heli Last WeekThe Second Meeting A young mens club thQ name ot which has not yet been selected IS being organized here At a meeting of young men on the second floor of the annex to the Masonio Temple last Wednesday evening the club was partially organized the oQicera being elected and committees appointed to cTecided on certain matters whicl could nut be attended to at this meet ingThe following officers were elected WB Oelze president Leo Younger vicepresident Ira Behen secretary Unas B Skillman treasurer Laft Behen marphnl Geo Wenialkan door keeper Chas Berry assistant door keeper A committee composed of Chas B Skillman Fred Ferry and Ira Benen was appointed to frame by laws and a constitution for tho club Another committee composed of Laft Behen Geo Weudelken and EmmetIt jMattingly was appointed to decide on the regular date for tho athletic meet ing of the dub and also the musical meeting and to select a director 01 leader for each of these departments Besideb the athletic and inusiea features of the club there will be another department the literary which will be in charge of the librur lan who was elected Wednesday even ing There will bo no special dates for literary meetings and the business meetings will all probably be called meetingsThA committees will make their reports at the next business meeting which will be held tomorrow evening Blue Island Ill tan 14 1001 Messrs Ely Bros I have used your Cream Balm Jn my family for nine years end it has become my ram ily doctor for colds in the head I use it freely on my children It is a God send to children Yours respectfullyJ Messrs Ely Bros I sntlerrd greatly with catarrh and tried different remedies without effect After using one bottle or your team Lialin I found relief and I cannot praise to highly such a remedy Miss Cora Willard Albany N Y Hard For Postmaster Postmaster Rowland is the only man in Uoverporf win is deprived of the benefits derived from having a telephone in his oilic because if he should placo an instrument in his place of business persons would IK seeking information day and night If he should install a phone persons would be calling to know if there was my mail for Soand so and Soandso and some might even go so far as to re quest that postal card and letters be read over the pnone And thus a port master must be deprived of this which is a convenience for many but would be a suisanne to him and make his life miserable Resigns at Grandview Rev J F Morton of this city has resigned as pastor of the Baptist church at Grundvlew Ind Wine of Cardui Cured Her 213 South Prior Street ATLANTA GA March 21 1003 I suffered for four months with extreme nervousness and lassitude I had a sinking feeling in my stomach which no medicine seemed to relieve and losing my appetite I becamn weak and lost my vital ity In thrco weeks I lost fourteen pounds of flesh and felt that I must find speedy relief to regain my health Having heard Wino of myra was l certainly very pleased with the results Within threo days my appetite returned and my stomach troubled mo no more I could digest my food without difficulty and tho nervousness gradually diminished Naturo performed her functions without+ difficulty and I am once more a happy and well woman OLIVE JOSEPH Trcu drama Friday Night Club Secure a Dollar Bottle of Wine of Cardui Today REV NEWSOA1 TO BE HERE i Will Lecture for Epwortli League Business fleeting Held 3 It was decided at the first business sl meeting ot the Epworth League at the Methodist church Thursday evening toaccept RevJ T Ntwsouis offer tu lecture in the Methodist church LI April 25 in the interest of the League Rev Newsom is now engaged in a revival nt Auburn Ky but will be al Cadiz Ky previous to April 2i am will come from there here From here he will go to Arkansas it id under stood It is thought that a large crown will come front Havesville to hear the lectureAt business meeting Thursday arrangements were made for the tire social of the League and the organize lion was completed by the election of a treasurer and niu agent of the Ep worth Era nut the public appointment ot committees by the sevtral vicepres idents David Phelps was elected treaS urer and Miss Mamie DeHaveu agent of the Epworth Era Capt and Mrs J H Rowland had Mrs J P Kint were the committee appointed o First vice prtatdent IraBeneu department of worship Misses Dianne De Haven and Louise Babbnge and Prof J P King by the second vicepresi dent department of charity Misses Marian Downier Mannie White and Margaret Skillman by Mrs Jas Younger third vicepresident literary and social department Misses Jennie Mabel Hurls and Margaret Moorman and Puindexter Galloway oy Harry Newsom fourtn vicepresident de partment of urns onnry work The ofllceis besides those named are Lawrence Murray president and Miss Lula Severs secretary Carlyle Emernon and Satan Carlyle anti Emerson once had a pits sage of arms on the subject of the ex istence of tnc devil Carlyle believe In the devil lIe had n robust std de Hunt faith In such a personage and we know that when Carlyle hud a belief In anything It was so even If It wasnt so The great American writer did not believe They argued the thing for sortie time Well come arid see him for yourself said Carlyle and the poor poet wondering whether the other had the devil chained up anywhere put on his hut anti went out Into the London night Carlyle took him round to vlous gin shops In Seven Dials to certain dens of Infamy and low class music halls Do you believe In the devil now said Carlyle Apparently Emerson did not They finished up by going to the Distinguished Stran gers gallery of the house of commons It was n wild night of Impassioned speeches sawing of arms and thump Ing of fists Emerson hud never seen anything like It and said so and Car- lyle1 nudged his elbow Into Emersons ribs and whispered gravely Do you believe In n devil now- Diplomatic GUll Play The Coffeyvllle Kan Journal tells a story of the quick wit of a western gun artist Bob Chestnut had an alterca tion with an Irishman In a western cattle camp many years ago The Irishman was a bully and a bad man While Chestnut always wore a brace of six shooters in his belt he also car ried a sudden emergency Derringer In his outside coat pocket The Irish man had an eleven Inch Colt already In his hand Bob thrust his hand In his pocket for his Derringer but thQ weap on had slipped down in a hole In the CASTORIA i For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the 1 Signature of j In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASIO RIA THI OCHTAUR COMPANY NCW YORK CITY lining IDs liana coming in contact with his pipe ho quickly drew it out and placed It In his mouth The Irish man lowered his gun which he had elevated when Bob thrust his hand Into his pocket Hob reached for IrisI pocket again presumably for his to bocce Fumbling around he securedI the Derrliiger brought It Into play like a flash of lightning and they carrIed the Irishman away AN to Ladles nut Gentlemen Its a tone thing to be n lady or nl gentleman said the bookkeeper Whats your Idea of u gentleman 1 Inquired tin stenographer A man thats clean Inside and out who neither looks up to the rich nor down on the poor who can lose with out squealing and who can win with out bragging who Is considerate ot women children and old people who li i too brine to lie too generous to chen anti who takes his share of the worldI and lets other people Inure theirs dud what does It take to snake nI lady asked the stenographer- A perfect lady Is a woman wino can hear n choice piece of scandalI about her dearest enemy and then forget It answered the bookkeeper Huh cried the stenographer Thatt kind of a woman wouldnt be a lady shed be In nn rmyliun for the dumb New York dotrta- llInntsrhnt Mimic Stones In South Africa a plant of the genus mesembryanthcmum growing on stony ground so closely resembles a pebble that It inns been picked tip In mistake for a stone Another species of the same plant growing on the hills around the Kami produces two leaves about as large as ducks eggs having a surface resembling weathered stono of a brownish gray color tinged with green These plants look like stones but for a short time they put forth bright yellow flowers Still another species of the same plant resembles the quartz pebbles among which it growsYouths Companion Clean Mnniliiy We have In Great Britain our Good Friday but Clean Monday Is peculiar ly a Grecian Institution It Is the tiny that ushers in the great Lenten fast at Athens and the people go holiday male ing to eat Lenten faro on the hills around the city while the shepherds and country people dance the ancient Greek dances In the old temples This practice Is termed cutting tine nose of Lent nnd obviously Clean Monday IiI parallel to our Shrove Tuesday anti Us pancakes London Telegraph HnlnliiK the lint The polite custom of raising the hat to a lady dates back to the days of chivalry when knights never appeared In public except in armor On entering the house of a friend however or n room In which there were indies It be came the custom for n knight to re move his helmet as a sign that being In the presence of friends ho was safe from attack Wifely Solicitude Doctor niy husband is dreadfully troubled with sleeplessness What Is good for It You might try reading him to sleep madam Whnt would bo tho uso of that doer tor I try to talk him to sleep every night nnd it doesnt do a bit of good Chicago Tribune A Prescription DoctorI dont think It Is anything very serious but you will have to stay In bed at least two weeks Patient Say doctor do you know that this Is a four dollar n day hotel DoctorYes Im a friend of tho proprletorNew York Times DIES AT MUSKOGEE I T firs W T Tevis Formerly Of This City And Union Star At Rest News has been received here of the death of Mrs William T Tevis formerly of this city and Union Stan at Mnskogee Indian Terri tory Mrs Tevis IS well remembered here ntj Uss Belle Root whose father was Jnme G Root Mr Root and his Tamil were citizens ot Uloverport in the elgt t- les One of his daughters Mrs M R Dent of ChUKHSHw I T taugl school here Recently she was married to Mr Dent whose home was formerly in the Clifton Mills neighborhood thi countyA and four children two sisters MrnMRDent of ChicKasav I T and Mis Etta Daniels of New Orleans and a brother A HRoot tof Chicaksnw survive Mrs Tevis Says the Muskogee Democrat iIn part comttrning Mrs Tevis Mis Tevis was a universal farorl here her cultnre refinement and purity of life attacbitg all hearts I to her Mrs Tevis was forty years of al e and of revolutionary ancestry She was the daughter of James GRcot n man of sturdy character and great learnii and the great granddanghter on her paternal side of the eminent judg Jesse Hoot for whom the fatner of Gen Grant was nnmed und bet een whom a olood relationship existed It was he who delivered the address iof welcome at Hartford to PresIdent Washington on Ins visit to England after his first election and was BUI cts 1 ively captaiincolonelandadjutan general under ernlPutnam On her maternal side sltewas the grea I grand dau hterotCijiiam Natnanl llnxt6r also u distinguished Revoln nonary iii rShe nasn mtmb ot the society of the dimghtersnt the American Revolution and unit been II delegate from Kentucky to iHi national convention HAS STOOD filE TEST 25 YEARS The old original GUOVES Tasteless Chili Tonic You know what you aru ttiklne It Is ion mid quinine In a tasteless form Nocur no pay sc- Curlouu Lund CnrloiiH People Near lope Horn In the Island1 ot Tierra lid Iuogu live the most vtirij n people In nil South America It rain or snows or sieots nearly every that and yet they look on their country nt the finest In the world They wet hardly any clothing and seem riot tt foci cold Hecuuse he saw tires on till shore the explorer Magellan the lht European that rounded the Horn ia1 cd tho Island the Land of Fire whitII is almont the wont name he coulll have chosen Their huts lire made or- t bent boughs land covered with gm nut give only the poorest shelter TIll folk nine vain too wearing necklart of the teeth of flshee or seals and pain lug patterns on their bodies linen thorn some colors liavo a novel mean Ing White Is the sign of war mini ltI of peace They tire great mimics 111111 will Imitate voice anti gesture pei fectly Ilnttthoo htINCIitntIOti Tine secret of the dmrm of bamboo Is so subtle and elusive us to del analysis llnmboos are really grasse on a large scalen tropical scale ye they do not Impress us as being conrs In feet they are slenderness person flied and they seem to lit well Into u northern landscape Their docoratlv character Is so clearly recognized thin they are often grown In large pots or tubs for porch and greenhouse decors tlon even the hardy species Hum boos are generally thought to look bes on the bunk of a stream or ainoui rocks on n hillside but they are iris0 becoming favorites for the hardy hot der lint they are often used most of festively in cities at the base of publl buildings for example at the nations capltol Country Life In America Preserved In AVnter Water Is a wonderful preservative of the human body There exists au entr In the parish register of St Andrews Newcastle England bearing upon th point April lit IGOo wear buries James Archer and his sou Stephen who in the moneth of May lOSS wren drowned In a coal pit In the Juliana by till breaking In of winter from I1n old waste The bodys were found In tire after they had lien In the wate thirtysix years and eleven mouths A Clew to Ilii i lneHH If It be my lot to crawl I will craw contentedly If to fly I will fly will alacrity but as long as I cant posslbl avoid It I will never be unhappy It with a pleasant wife three children and ninny friends who wish me well I cannot be happy I am n very silly foolish fellow arid what becomes of mi Is of very little consequence From II Letter by Sydney Smith The Iatvyers Fee Yes salt the first burglar disgustedly I cracked a lawyers house tin other night and tine lawyer was then with a gun nil ready fur me Ho ad vised me ter git out You got off easy replied the other Not much I didnt lie charged UK 25 fur the advice Catholic Standard and Times Hid Sorrow A small boy wns Invited to a part given by one of leis little friends After ho had eaten ice cream and cnke three times somebody offered him some can dy but the little chap shook his hem and said ln n sorrowful tonef1I cm chew but I cant swallow m + + 4+ 44 iI Bank of Hardinsburg i iOFFInRS B F BBARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier J DIRECTORS j Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beard J Dr A M Kincheloe D S Richardson iiInsured against loss by fire or burglary t Interest paid on time deposits N NN N r The Breekinridge Bank Cloverport Ky Cap tal Stock 45100 Surplus 7000 Incorporated Organ std n 1872 W II BOWMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier DR F L LIGHTFOOT VPres CHAS B SKILLMAN Asst Cashier Accounts of Firms Individuals and Corporations solicited Any business entrusted to us will receive prompt end cnieiul ulUution Storage place for packages in our fireproof vault furnished our customers tree NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS Interest paid on time deposits w u s o sN N us s 0 First State Bank IRVINGTON KY W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP Vice Fruidtnt II H H KKMPER Cashier iiAccounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited iiInterest Paid on Time Deposits eoeeeu + THE t Fifth Avenue 1 HOTELi i i Louisville Ky l I 1 PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr it =or= = = = = = = + for Ex II Ind The most located and only hotel In city making a 1800 one block from principal district and blocks from principal theatres Street pass door to all m neat and clean = I + + +++ + 4 I DAN BROOKS CO iii- LIVE STOCK i i iii N00 00 + 00 I I ntoM II Eli E TO TII E lit You Get A Trip to California out the distance and see if it YFigure the price From St Louis 3000 Springfield Mo I Money s 2725 proportionate rates from other places Tickets sold Murch I Worthbt to May 15th and they lire hood S in Tourist Sleepers I AskA HILTON G A I T Lot is 1 Stylish Comfortable Tailor made clothes- All the latest patterns suits and trousers in high grade fabrics Clothes mule by modern methods Fit guar anteed Moderate prices pert tuilois employed J HUNSCIIE Casper May Co Caunelton a the Only tho two the curs the parts of tho + P MO HH V G t in sot All vons For and In full of handy size and photo to hoot JNO D etc AyersPills IWant your moustache or beard beautiful brown or rich black Use 1centrally firstclass rate shopping city- Everything BABBAGE AttorneyatLawPUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR Many years experience tling estates collections onuble Cloverport Kentucky One Minute Gough Cure Coughs Colds Croup Sanfords Fine Inks 6 Mucilage assortments bottles Library pastes BABBAGE School books Vegetable liver pills That is what they are They cure constipation biliousness sickheadache iocwMS i BUCKINGHAMS DYE nm en or Dsvcomis oa a t IUU 4 co NASHUA M u y G J f I I i i I p y i 1ai 4 1 f ii C S 4 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D and V G BABBAGE Editors and Proprietors Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year or l25 if paid at the end of year CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per line- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money in advance Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct pleaseJ notify us When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as the new addr- essEIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY APRIL 5 1905 THOUGHTS The government never neglects the people unless the people first neglect the government No government city state or national was over better than the people made it or worse than they suffered it t become The people are the ultimate source of governmental power They arc the state and the public life of a nation is but a reflection of its private life Good citizens may make good laws but no law can make good citizensGov Folk of Missouri Ix this issue tho NEws makes an unusual premium offer to old subscribers who have paid all arrearages and to new subscribers This offer is of interest to farmers especially and one of which the should take advantage You can find out all about tho offer inI another place but wo wish to tell something of its merits here The offer is this For one dollar you will be sent the BKECKKNUIDGK NEBis for one year UpToDate Farming for three months nndn neatly attractively bound copy of The Third Power At tho first considera tion it will be seen that this offer is an unusually good one A years subscription to the NEWS is worth a dollar in itself but you get besides The Third Power a dollar book and UpToDatc Farming which is fifty cents a year for three months UpToDate Farming is tho semimonthly paper that is teaching the farmers of the country how to obtain bettor prices for their products throughcontrolled marketing It is the paper that teaches the objects of tho American Society of Equity that organization which has many thousands ofI members and keeps its readers in close touch with what is being done all over the country for tho farmer by this combine of farmers The Third Power is one of the most masterful and remarkable books ofI the age It teaches a plan cooperation among farmers that has been found flawless by all who have studied it thoroughly a plan I which is being taken advantage of by tho agricultural classes with an alacrity that is astonishing all other industrial classesa plan of co operation in short that has already accomplished great things though only founded few years ago and which is far superior to any organ ization of farmers in the past The author of this great book is J A Evcritt founder and president of the American Society of Equity and a man whose name is dear to thousands of patriotic farmeis in this good land UpToDate Farming end The Third Power should be read not only by the farmer but by men of every calling for they will show them wherein it is to their interest as well as the farmers to assist in the movement which they teach n i All Fools Day Saturday was the first day of April and in addition to the pestiferous bill collector the practical joker was on hand to make life miserable for every one who was not thoroughly on guard against his seductive arts Some of the pranks played were after a fashion new hut as a rule the old established tricKs were palmed off However the supply of redpepper candy cloth lined wafers dummy express pack ages etc was up to the average in number The coin nailed to the side walk and tho treasure box with a string attached did not trap many unwary as nearly everyone had a constant reminder that it was the first day of the mont- hPOSITION AS CASHIER Miss Roberta McGavocK is in Louisiana Mo where she has the position ot caehicr in a largo depart ment store Fiscal Court Convenes Hardinsburg JKy April 4Special Fiscal court convents today with allI the magistrates present and Judge Mat thias Miller presiding The session will probably last three days A county road supervisor is to be elected and the candidates for the position are doing some lively electioneering Em Board and Ves Smith of Kuk and George Drury of Bewleyville are after th place A Daredoil Ride often ends in a sad accident To heal accidental injuries use Bucklens Arnica Salvo A deep wound in iny foot from an accident writes Theodore Schuele of Columbus 0 causes me great pain Physicians were helpless but Bucklens Arnica Salve quickly healed it Soothes an theals burns like magic 25o at S Haynes druggists n Old Fashioned Barbecue I and Picnic j At IIARD1NSBURG in tho beautiful grovo on UloerJJ port and llardinsburg turnpike near the tollgateII Tuesday July 4 05 I IIandJno OReilly llardinsburg Huso Alexander look Jubal Hook llardinsburg YoN Pate Mattingly Prop J REMEDY CATARRH IB sure to GIV- ESatlsfactlon Elys Cream Balm G Relief at Once It cleanses soothes diseased FEVERdrivesIn tho Rend quickly It Is absorbed Heals and Protects tho Membrane Restores tho Senses of Taste and Smell Full size 50e at druggists or by mall Trial Size lOe by mull ELY HUOTHEUS MWiirren Street 1Y ANNOUNCEMENTS rout JAILER V7 Euro authorized to announce W TIIulI of Kockvale for the office of Jailer of Breckenrldjje county subject to the action of the Republican part- yIRVINGTON Miss R A Jameson of Owensboro is a guest of her cousin Mrs Taylor Dowell Mrs Redman and children are visit ing at Guston for a few days Miss May Claycomb has gone too Louisville to take a position with the Stewart Dry Goods Co otter being at home for several weeks HUbert Piggott of Beechmont camb home Saturday for a weeks vacation Mrs A B Coleman is in Louisville visiting her daugnter Mrs Cain for- K few days sandyyhouse on Maple street Mrs Annie Herndon has returned from Louisville where she has been visiting for sometime Misses Alice and Lottie Ritter of Clarksrllle Tenn arrived last week ana are the guests of Mist bva HArn donMrs H W Herndon has returned to her home In Henderson She was ac companied by tier sister Miss L B McGlothlau Mrs McCoy wishes to announce that she has ner hats ready for sale and will be glad to have you call at any ti me- August Botnnier of Louisville was in town Sunday Mrs L D Bishoffanl MM H m sel were in Louisville Thursday shop pingMisses B Ada and Willa Drury 1clue down from Louisville Saturday to visit their sitter Mrs R B Mc Glothlan Tbe Misses Murfnrd entertained the musical club Friday evening EJ Adkisson has purchased the lot adjoining the Baptist church and will begin building at once Miss Alice Bauer of Hardlnsburg was a guest at the Biggs Hotel last weekJohn Wimp Erskin Munford and Newsom Gardner went to Louisville last week on business Dr W F Samuels of Louisville was down Friday to see R M Jolly Jr who has been sick fur some time Miss Nannie Board ot Garfield has returned homeafter being the guest of Mrs McCoy Mrs A U Marshal and baby Al ton of Gaston spent Thursday with MarshaleArthur Suter was iin Louisville last Thursday ant Friday on business Mrs Perry came home Saturday from Fordsville after attending the bedside of her daughter who is much better BEWLEYVILLE Mont 3 Mr and Mrs Roy Payne attended church here Sunday Rev WA Hynes and family dined at Fair Lawn Sunday Mrs G A Foote entertained sever al friends to dinner Sunday The members of the A S of E held a good meeting Saturday afternoon Edwin Foote wat down from Louis ville Sunday the guest of his parents Mr Thomas Cnndiff of Gaston is in the hospital in Louisville for treatmentMiss fompton has returned from an extended visit to relatives near Clifton Mills Bon G W Richardson is making preparations to build a new house here the old one burned afew years ago Slier Mary Keith who has been in bad health is so much improved as to be able to visit friends several clays last week Mrs Fannie Cain went up to Louisville Saturday night to see ner sister Mrs Annie Pennington who is seriously ill Jesse Hardaway of West Point and Eli Wilson who havA been working Mrs Mortons furm have traded places and will soon make the ex changeMrs Irene Fouutnine and family have moved from their home at Van Bureu Ark to Meade county to remain indefinitely Captain B F Hardaway and wife on their way from Nashville Tenn to Columbus Ohio stopped at Gnston and visited their parents several days last week Golden Rod LOD1BUKG Mrs G H Frencn has been sick for severalI days- J Whltworth visited his son near Union Star Sunday Jag King of Irvington was in the neighborhood Sunday James Bruce and wife have moved to Illinois Mrs Bruce left last Tues dayMrs Ida Brown ot Ekron came down Sunday to see her mother Mrs Jane Hardin Miss Ethel Basham is not much im proved and Miss Ethel Beard of Clifton is no better Miss Zelma Lay was here Friday en route to her home at Stephensport She is torching school at Clifton Mills There is Sunday school at Walnut mn h h Grove every Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock I C Harrell Is the superin tendentMrs Chos Payne will soon have a select lot of trimmed and readyto wears hats sent her by a Urstolass trimmer of Evansville She wi 11 be ready to accommodate customers by tne middle of April Judge Holt Paralyzed Again Judge W D Holt iisin a serious condition at his home at Holt as the result of a stroke of paralysis last Wednesday which affected his entire left side Judge Holt was at Jacksonville Fla whey he was stricken He was brought to Holt SaturdayJudge Holt has been paralyzed four times The first stroke which affected the right sidt occurred twelve yearH ago but he recovered from it The secondand third strokes were not so severe As he is much older than when he received the first stroke he will not be so able to withstand the present one which is as sev re- Miss Clara Carter has returned from school at Louisville To AH Of DOOOOOOOOOOOOCXDOOOOOOOOO Photos Cabinet 8200II 50II larger sizes propnrtion High work Sittings tim- eWBOELZE PhotographerOO- OOCXX300OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Make Hardinabnrg April 4Speo- ia1 McClnuahan Clover port Friday proposition made independent telephone lines enter with Telephone Viola visiting Falls Rough Rookvale New Goods for and Voiles Taffetas Lawns Dimities Ginghams flohairs and Waistings FINE ASSORTMENT OF MATTINGS AT POPULAR PRICES V G BABBAGE SONS Cloverport Kentucky rwww w vrww FRE Our Subscribers I She Third Power + great book that revolutionizing agriculture and bringing farmers front where from importance their business should Farmers will practice what this book teaches they will only BECAUSE THEIR INTEREST and against their interest Therefore read this and wonderful book learn amazing revelations that only from Farmers have been kept ignorance power and how long ready they into broad bright light a perpetual day ahead them They have been helpless tools that worked enrichment others since present system pricing boards trade vogue Now they throw every parasite their backs fore- verFarmers Will Come To The Front and they will every legitimate business with them The Third Power book and that peerless publication FARMING teaches howe want you learn this community and country will enjoy degree and permanent prosperity the BRECKENRIDGE NEWS needs introduction stood elevation equal opportuni equal rewards measured merits fair treatment masses classes glad offer subscribers and that hope secure truly great works mentionedabove Wo have examined them and cannot conceive any thing that will more beneficial this community than a wide dissemination Tho Third Power and a reading UPTODATE Old subscribers arrears get advantage this offer paying arrearages I IITheRiving Breckenridge me absolutely Date News a volume of Everitts 100 to months Brcckcnrldgo subscription to FAHMINO I Subscription begins or Subscriber Address Agents namcw w m Tablets L Seven Million boxes past months This X Photographs Cabinet 250 per doz and up IIJJ Quarter Cabinet Si In class at any Ky 0 T of was in town He a will be to the which this plaice to the Co Mrs Jackeon is friends at of and Spring Summer = A FREE r Mr is to the the of they if read it it is to to do so to to do so new the can be secured it in of their own to use it al but now can come the of of tho for the of over tho of crops or of was in can off lift up UPTODATEto so our tho of no It has for tho of tho masses ties by and for of tho by the We are to to our old ones wo to the of be to of of who are in can tho of by all up to date ITowo State free Third three U1ro DATE The News Name Old now sold In 12 Half To says tnla weeK boo not too now Three for the price of one The News 100 The Third Power 100 UptoDate Farming J mo IS 215 All for 100 MWV r To Cure a Cold in One DayCes Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Signature Proposition onnect5 Cumberland Silks Everitts greatest always FARMING l8 rr vt CriprDaysion every box25c 4 I- or1 l t i4 lif rt3t I 11i I 1 rJeY n i 1j Ji w i LffXIY L wIJ r brAI K i 1 v iJ r 1 1taiI toI toj 4- i i i tjtt J I JJI I 1 IIf f ItIIt 1 i Tit 7 fJl d- Ti t i iIiI Ii t i ttI I ayitj X 1- ff l j t J IL 7 rr 4 0 rc V 0 y TA r rN 1 j I II J t III I I i I i iI iti tit- it I r s 1 J d J s + at iJ- A HAPPY HOME Is one where health abounds With Impure blood there cannot r be good health With a disordered LIVER there cannot be good blood Tints PillsI revivify the torpid LIVER and restore Its natural action A healthy LIVER means pure- blood Pure blood means health Health means happiness Take no Substitute All Druggists The Breckenridge News lL WEDNESDAY April 5 1005 Dr Keene April 10 to ao Dr A ASimons went to Louisville FridayHenry Head of Rosetta was hero FridayAllen Pierce was in Louisville part of last WCCK Now styles in spring millinery Miss Judith Miller Walker Board and Jacob Hanks were down from Holt Saturday Mr and Mrs Harry Morrison were in Louisville Dart of last week Albert Solbrig wits down from Louisville part of the past week Miss Marian Bowmer has been Iin Owensboro visiting lIES Jean Todd Miss Judith Miller has many de sirable bargains in spring millinery goodsMrs A B Suillmnn entertained the Ladies Reading Club Thursday afternoonDr the Owenaboro dentist will he nt Dr Lightfoots office from April 10 to 20 D M Duncan of Brandenburg was the guest of his mother Mrs H V Duncan Sunday Owen May of Louisville was the guest of his narents Mr and Mrs Jacob May Sunday Will Bowmer of Louisville was the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs W H Bowmer Sunday Mr and Mrs Dan Burks came dow from Addison Monday to visit bar sister Mrs Edward Gregory Ernest Gregory returned batnraay to New Albany after a visit to his par entu Mr and Mrs J D Gregory Ladies should call and inspect Mis Judith Millers stOCK of milliney if they are looking for good bargains Rev and Mrs P L King were the guests of Mr and Mrs Morris Esk ridge at Hardineonrg Wednesday and Inmsday Mr and Mrs Mnrton Carter and little son Vernon of Tell City are Visiting their aunt Mrs Louis tiahlic of Hitos Ran Mrs Chas Minary and little son William of Springfield Ill are the quests of her parents Mr and Mrs W H Bowmer Mrs James Brown and daughter Mica Jessie Brown ot Louisville have fbeen the guests of friends hero part iof the past week j Madison L Christian has returned d to ClIntonIowa after a visit to rela tives here Ho was accompanied by his mother Mrs Margaret Christian who will make her home wth him MM J W May will leave in about two weeks to join her husband lit Tucson Ariz where he has been about a year Mrs May has been hereon a visit to her parents Mrand Mrs Thoa BrQ- wnYoung Plants Every farmer knows that some plants grow better than others Soil may be the same and seed may seem the same but some plants are weak and othersstrongIAnd thats the way withI children They are like young plants Same food same home same care but some grow big and strongwhile others stay small and weak Scotts Emulsion offers an easyway out of the difficulty i ChIldweakness often means I starvation not because of lack t of food but because the food does not feedJJ Scotts Emulsion really feeds and gives the child growing strengthWhatever the cause of weakness and failure to growtt Scotts Emulsion seems to find it and set the matter right Send for free sample i Scott Be Downe Chemists 409 Pearl St New Yorl joe and Jioo all druggists DrKeeno will be nere April 10 to 20 Wallace SKillinan has been here from Terre Haute Ind on a visit to relativesThe latest spring styles in readytowear and pattern hats Miss Judith Miller Misses Eva and Eliza May will goI to Louisville today to see the perfor mance of Pars tal Get your dental worK done by Dr Keene He will be at Dr Lightfoots I office April 10 to 20 Misses Jane Wittiner and Ulft How ard of Cannelton were tbe guests o Mrs Darnell Dowden part of the pas weekWe call the attention ot our readers this week to the ad of V Q Bablmge A Son who are now opening their stock of goods for spring and summer wear Babbage S Son are nptodate merchants and are in line with the pcpnlar prices of the day in every tning they carry in stook LOCAL BRIEFS II 7 Twenty negroes were baptised In the Ohio at tho upper landing Sunday afternoon by Rev M J Ballon pastor of the colored Baptist church at whioh they were converted dUring the recen revival conducted by Evangelist Tim berlake of Springfield Ohio At leas 600 people a large part of them white witnessed the ceremony The Marv Stewart passed up Sunday afternoon towing the New Era float ing palace Mrs O R Tousey of Henderson will move hero soon and occupy the Wilkerson property in the West End Mr Tonsey will travel for a wholesale house Several carloads of machinery for the Cloverport Water Light A Ice companys ice factory arrived last week from Louisville Brick masons began work on the factory last week ITho brick work on Julian Bowns new feed stable and feed store has been completed C W Moorman is now buying most of the tobacco for tim B K Beard asnWa1 Henslev of Hardinsbnrg is no longer associated with the company Mr Moorman wi 11 continue to make his headquarters here Suns TsTiltords dry goods store IJohn OBrien was tried in police court Monday on two charges of selling whiskey without a license On one charge ho was triad by a jury and found sot guilty The other charge against nim was dismissed Buck Seat on was given t4 for a plain drnnk and Peter Nation was given 710 tor being drank and swearing Among those whc went to Louisville yesterday to see President Roosevelt were Mesdames Layton B Perkins Chap Hamman Harry Hamman and Larkin HGtbson Mr and Mrs H A Oelze Capt J H Rowland J E Keith and J H Phelon Council Proceedings The city council Monday night ap pointed the street committee as a committee to investigate propositions made to light the city and to advertise a franchise for electric lights if the commitee sees fit The lamplighter was ordered to be present at the next meeting of the council and show cause why the gaso line street light that the city has been testing does not give satisfaction A motion to buy the test light lost Card of Thanks We wish to extend our sincere thanks to our nelgnbors and friends for the kindness and sympathy shown us daring tbe sickness and death of our lov ing husband and father W H argent We also extend thanks for floral designs given by the conductors on the branch and those given by postal clerks on main lineWife and children Fordsville Ky- Sommers Will Be Present H H Sommers of Elizabethtown State president of Sunday schools will be present at the convention of the Dew leyville district which will be held at the Irvington Baptist church on April 15 and will give an interesting talk on i Manhoods Morning The program i or the convention will be loons on another page A large attendance is i desired j Royally Entertained j President Roosevelt was royally en J tertained by the people of L nisville j yesterday while he stopped In thttt J city several hours while en route to J the South and Southwest on a two I months tour DR R P KEENEJm1 I Representing T TAYLOR KEENE TAYLOR ffi IIDENTISTS I OF OWENSBOROfIi 1 1Will + i bo In Dr Llghtfoots omee ono fVI week out of each month prepared to 11I i I JjJiI MSfjJ WorktThe finance committee appointed a the tobacco growers convention at Hardinsbnrg Saturday to make a contract similar to that in vogue iin Davies county at the fcqulty ware house is now ut ork The committee went to Louisville yesterday to confer with the Louisville Tooacco Warehouse company looking towards this end They are now planning to have an Equity warehouse at Lloverport Har dinsbnrg and McQuady and prooablv at Stephensport and Kine S S Attendance Increases Rev P L King says that the atten dano e at the M E Sunday school last Sunday was the largest during his pastorate of three years The at attthe Baptist church Wfill 102 The recent totthe attendance at the Sunday schools RAYMOND Rov E B English filled his ap pointment here Sunday Willie Shellman of Union Star attendedchurch here Sunday Miss Essie Cashman was the guest of Miss Velum Bruner Sun day Miss Beulah Burch and brother visited Mrs Zorada Hendry Satur dayMr and Mrs Pier Bruico visited Mr and Mrs I C Argabright SundayMrs Henry Cashman and Miss Dee Bashain were in Brandenburg Thursday shopping ills Georgia Hardin is at home after a short visit to her sister Mrs Henry Burch Paynesville Charlie Chappell and daughter Miss Artif Chappell of Union Star visited at Mr Clint Philpotts SundayF YoHall and family have moved to Clifton Mills Mr Hall will go into the mercantile business with his brother Boy Is Badly Kurt Fordsville Ky March 2DJohn Henry Johnson and a boy named Falls were run down by a push car loaded with twentyfive ties at the junction here and the Johnson boy will lose his leg and perhaps his life Steers Sell For 4 34 Cents John Lyddan of Webster sold a car load of steers in Louisville Monday They averaged l185pounds and brought 4 34 cents t FREEm mOne nice 16 x 20 inch M free with mm- m each dozen cabinet size X photos at 250 during f April only f W B Oelze Photographer orrrrrrrrrrlrrrrrrlrrtr arrrr- S z xz If its Something S- ff UptoDate You Are i J Wanting in 5- K i Millinery Goods IIw v S It will pay you to call and tf inspect my stock The styles v arc not only the very latest g- X but the prices are tho prices r that please I also carry a v fine line of I v Ladies Skirtsei My lino of goods this sea jL son is the nicest 1 over had r tand I am now ready for cus j Ji towers j 1 I Mrs P McCoy V V- JC x Irvington KyA S O J i == iI I WartsAdvertis- ements I inserted under this head nt 0110 cent a word per week FOR SALKFAKM imoit barn well and lancing also Lure some stock to sell A most duslrable nlare Write KingsburyFont SALKCOWS AND HULL CALVES COK Salo4 Hereford cows halters and 3 1 lull calves Thos J Jolly Hewleyvillc Ky FOR SALETUITION CERTIFICATE FOIlSALKTultlon Certificate Bryant college Louisville tFor price and particulars write TIll Bredonrhlgo News Cloverport Ky FOR SALE COIIN AND HAY con SALK100 tons of hay and 1000 bushels SmithLewisportFOR SALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting machines machinesAlsoGasolineRnltlneslIlAHTIN StreetLouIsvilleBORR OWor moro for S yeart It 3 per cent pay hack monthly Attend SSflfl 00 ahomesire Bureau Chllllcothe Missouri WANTED rlltWrlllport Ky with full particul- arsDUROCSJERSEY PIGS FOR SALE I am now ottering a nice lot of boars and plltsYonunywlwreThoroulthhrcdmy place 8 u head UlIn shipping order J10 E P HARDAWAY Bowloyvllle Kentucky HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES One way second class colonist tickets to South and Southeast first and third Tuesdays each month at reduced rates Honiesoekers Excursions to all points to which homeseekers rates apply One way colonists rates to California and the Northwest March 1 to May 15 and Sept 15 to Oct 31 IgOI n L II ST L TIME TABLE EAST ROUND No46 Dully Fast Train leaves Cloverport 507 AM stops at West Ioint only arriv es at Louisville 715 AM No K Dally Mall and Express leaves Clo verport 054 A M stops lit all way stations arrives Louisville 123o Train No 44 Dally fast mall leaves Clo verport 443 p m stops at all way staitons ItLouIsvillelccomlJlodatlonurrles WEST ROUND dallonleavesvlllti 800 am oxpressleavesatllawesvliheansvllle arrives St Louis 720 p m Train No 43 Mall and Express dully ar rives Cloverport 725p m Evansvllle 1030 p m Stops at all stations No 45 dully St Louis fast train leaves Clo verport 1100 PM arrives Evansvllle 133 A IIawtsvllloOwensooro betwenLoulsvlllecars and reclining chair cars on trains 45 and411 between Louisville and St Louis Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND leavesFordsv111ot30aIL mTraIn leavesFordsvillep m Train No 6 Sunday only Fordsvllle630 a m Irvington 003 p m WEST ROUND Train No3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irvington 045 am arlves Fordsville 245 p mTrain No 5 Dally leaves Irvington 035 p m arrives Fordsville 025 p m 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 g od schools good water healthful surroundings and a grow ng advantage1Unexcelled and vegetables for early markets Laid that can be bought for SS to Slo per acre can be made to yield 100 to 5200 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 tripApril low round trip ratesless than one way fare J1500 and less from Memphis and Cairo to points in Texas Low rates in proportion from points east of Memphis and Cairo Literature descriptive of above country and information about rates willemailed upon request L O SCHAEFER TPA Cotton Belt Route Cincinnati 0 To Organize Bank At Ekron A meeting of easiness men interest d will he held at Ekron next Friday for the purpose of organizing a bank David May was in Owensboro Thursday prMEET ME AT NOLTESu Let Us Fit Your Feet We have a line of footwear that will not only satisfy the purse but please the eye Shoes that wear and look well Swell shoes if you please Let us show our line Here are shoes from baby to grown ups Grandma and grandpa too Let us fit your next pairJ C Nolte Bro Cloverport Ky The Celebrated Douglas and Crawford Shoes for Men to IND I I o- fCADICKS GOLDDUST FLOUR Cdick Milling CoGRANDVIEW FIELD SEEDS TimothyRed Oats TopIEverything the Grass Seed line at lowest pricesF- OR SALE THREE FARM WAGONS BUGGIES TRAPS McGLOTHLAN PIGGOTT Irvington Ky 11DU1lJ1 uuu Thermometers safeguard towards maintaining an equable temperature in the house a source of satisfac tion when the frost is on the window pane and you are curious to know how cold it is outside11re have just the thing you want In addition to the thermometer there goes with it a color barometer which foretells all we tithe changes from 12 to 24 hours in advance Send us 25 cents and wo will send you one mail post paid Or byII send us a dollar for years subscription to the uII and we will send you one free Wo only have a limited num ber of these Send your order at once and get one before they are till gone- J D BABBAGE Editor BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY CHANGES IN TIME CARD Two changes have been in the time card of tho Henderson Kontotrmn No 4i now arriving hero at 730 p m instead of 728 and train No5 on tbo rbanoh roadleav ing Irvington at 050 p m instead of 085 as formerly The changes wont into effect at 1201 oclock Sunday afternoon Miss Casslo Anderson was in Louisville Thursday And Gratifying are our constantly iucreasi ng sales It affords us a pleasur s to recommend a flour so sure to give satisfaction to our customers Try it yourself and you too are sure to be pleased and you will recommend it to your neighbors and thus after the manner ot the endless our sales will increase a a a a a PWtITJJr lJ1INTiWU U Clover Seed- Orchard Grass Seed I in STYLES still made chain u DR P1C MITCHELL DENTIST OFFICE OVER THE FAIR Satisfaction assured Professional Prices Latham Sanitarium Established 1898 VINE GROVE HARDIN COUNTY KY Chronic Diseases Treated Successfully CHARGES MODERATE Rational Harmless and Satisfying Methods of Treatment 1 = J r7 I W A Walker if r ill illDENTIST fy I f J rJIlOffice over KInclieloes Drug Store fij- A HARDINSBURO KYIr11 = r DIES OF BLOOD POISON Mrs Cnarles Esarey died on List Wednesday evening at her homo at Tobmsport ot blood poison She leaves a husband and four small children and several other relatives The funeral was hell Thursday Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic MillionbottlesEnclosed with every bottle Is a Ten Cent package of Groves Black tootLiver PillS r L y y n t n t it IN r A7 d 4 I I i 11- i I i I J a i r i I 6- r If il f I The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY April 5 1005 = A FINANCIAL SUCCESS Concert Netted 42 For Hethodls t Sunday School The Program The net proceeds of the concert a Oelzes Hall last Tuesday evening after the press hour of the sews was about 12 The concert was giver fly Louisville and home talent and1 was lor the bet fit of the piano fun i of the Methodist Sundayschool The Louisville talent was furnished by D H Baldwin Co of Louisville aniI the piano player made by this coinpanj was used during the concert A lair sized audience enjoyed thee rendition of the program which wass as follows Address by Rev P L King Rhapsodic Hongroise No2 Liszt Mr W K Myers Last Hope Gottschalk Mr W K MyersBeautys Eyre baritone solo Tosti Mr 0 P Hazzard Yale Varsity March Johnston Mr W K Myer- sCavatinamandolin solo Raff Mr F C Nicholson Minuet op 72 No2 Raff and Bavarian Dance Draa Miss Luln SeversSpanish Dance Hoist AJ isses Mil dred Babbage Edith Burn and Edith Plank With castagnetts triangle andI tambouiine The Lion Chase KollinjrMr W K MyersOh Promise Me Uei oven baritone solo and mandolin obligate Mr O P Hazzard Mr F C Nicholson Dixie Laud mandolin and piano HainesMr F C Nicholson Mr W K Myers Chamberlains Cough Remedy the Best andI Most Popular Mothers buy it tor croupy children railroad men buy it for severe coughsI and elderly people buy it for la grippe say Moore Bros Eldon Iowa We sell more of Chamberlains Cough Remedy than any other kind It seemsI to have taken the lead over several other good brands There is no question but this medicine is the best that can be procured for coughs an l colds whether it be a child or an adult that is afflicted It always uures and cures quickly Sold by Short Haynes Fable Of The lien Mrs Frank Fraue sends us the following clipping from n Florida paper Once upon a time very recently a hen went upon n strike and refusedi to lay sni8 the Bo ton Poet Other hens followed her example and theI scarcity of hen fruit which results1 caused eggs to retail for something like 00 cents a dozen In other words strictly fresh eggs laid by scab hens were worth about 5 cents in the shell Eleven cold storage eggs which were deadly explosive and had to be handled with care brought 80 cents The people got together and remon strated with the hens bu t it did no good Finally an arbitration committee waited on the hens and persuaded them to go back to work The arbitration committee pointed out that only the rich could afford to eat eggs but the hens retired to return to work The arbitration committee then told the hens that if they persisted in the strike they would bring race suicide on themselves Then a wise old hen arose and spoke as follows In the spring when us hens wish to sit i he people give us liiorceclam doorknobs to git on If porceclaiu doorknobs ate as good as eggs to sit on they ought to be as good to eat as eggs Till the people to eat porcelain c1oorkuoblOJ The arbitration committee culd not answer thin argument and depar ted In tours =Moral Deceit will come home to roost Dont Take Any Chances On having bloodpoisoning or ugly cars from a Burn Cut or Bruise but use Parnoamph freely It relieves instantly and it heals quickly thereby saving you time worry and money Pnraoamph naaU withou t drying and scabbing Every mother should keep a bottle in her home eevery day MI the year di Steaming Tobacco Beds A new method of preparing plant beds is coming in vogue and from all accounts says the JIarksville Tenn LeafChronicle is a success The prin ciple is so in accord with common sense that we feel safe in recommend ing the system At least that farmers give it H fair trial as Iit is cheap The method of steaming is us fol lows Provide a strong box made of 134 or 2inch plank oak or timber that will not wa rp and leak steam This box can be mate any size desired bnt we suppose that GxlU feet would ba about right The plans should be six inches widethIs for the frame four aides ten feet long and SA feet wideI several narrow braces level witn the top side which is covered over wIth tongued and groved flooring lank This in turn should be covered tightlyjr with sheet iron to keep in the stRaw The open side of course goe s net to the grnundand dirt should be pat ed around the edges to Keep the stea from escaping An auger hole should be bored either in one side or end away suit best for the accommodatioi of a hose pipe which Is attached to the steam chest The steam apparatus of a threshing machine or anythingU else way be used Any one can very easily improvised a boiler and atea- cl chest by the use of a large kettle or make a cneap one for the purpose o of sheet iron After steaming one spot ten or fifteen minutes the box is movedI over another spot andso on This leaves the bed wet It must be allowed1 to dry however befor sowing It fis best to pulverize and prepare the ground well baton steaming Prerp ing seed however can be done after steaming Last Hope Vanished When leading physicians said that W M Smitnart of PeKin la btu incurable consumption his oat hope vanished but Dr Kings New Dis covery tor Consumption Coughs andI Colds kept him out of his grave He says This great specific completely cured me and saved my life Since 1then I have usod it for over 10 years and consider it a marvelous throe- and t lung cure Strictly scientific cure for Coughs Sore Throats or Colds 1sure preventive of Pneumonia Guar anteed JOc and LOU bottles at Short it Haynes drug store Tial bottle free Quantity vs Quality I UpToDate Farming The price of no other firm crop de pends so touch on quality as tooacco Seme tobacco finds slow sale at three cents a pound Other tobacco rinds ready sale at twenty cents a pound And there has seldom betu an overpro duction of good tobacco The quality of tobacco depend mucht proI duces We do not mean in number oft pounds but in number of hills We have known men to pleat 30000 hills and obtain a yield of jOG pounds to the acre worth hve cents per pound market price We have Known other I planters to plant but 10000 hills the cultivad tion judiiiious use of fertilizer cropIthat averaged 1500 pounds per acs at the market price of ten cents per pound The large planter secured a crop of 4000 pounds costing him att least 150 and selling for JUOa net profit of but rO The small plantert produced a crop of 8750 pounds cost lug him perhaps s22 and selling fo- i 37oa net profit of 150 Every to bacco grower who has been a close observer of tobacco markets hns see I the same results The records iin every tobacco warehouse will give proof of these statements Moral I The unre tobacco per tiers you can produce tue higher the price per poundI and the smaller the area cultivated the larger the average yield Cheated Death Kidney trouble often ends fatally but by choosing the right medicine E H Wolfe of Bear Grove Iowa cheat ed death He says Two years ago bad Kidney Trouble which caused me great pain suffering and anxiety b t I took Electric Bitters which effected a complete cure I have also found them of great benefit in general debility and nerve trouble and keep them constantly on hand since as 1l kind they have no equal Short Hujnes druggists guarantee them at r01 Complimentary To Mr Smith At a meeting of the Democratic Committee of Hart county held onI March 2J 1105 the following resolu tions were unanimously adopted Whereas the Democrats of Hart county nave watohea with pride the I course of the Hon D H Smith in th House of Reperseutatives of the Con gress ot the United States during theI post eight years and they fully aidl Inti rely and heartily e dorse his e cord as the Representative of this the Fourth District of Kentucky and they believe that his retirement at theI end of the term just beginning wouldi I be a great loss to the people o th entire South as well as this State and veryImerinian of his ability and usefulness and Hart countys demooracy recog nizes the fact that If the south is toI have again her anoi nt prestige Iin the lower house of Congress she must grant her members a long period of service as the north and east have lolls for years and years Therefore be it resolved by the Democratic Committee of Hart county in regular mooting assembled that we learn with deep regret that the Hon D H Smith has announced that he will not serve in Congress after the expiration of the present term andI that we hereby earnestly urge and re quest him to reconsider his determina tion and consent to again become u candidate to represent this District in Congress Resolved that a copy of these resohtI boas be published in theCoarler oar mil and the Democratic papers throughout this District nun a copy be sent to Mr Smith C R Carden Chairman- t C B Dowling Secretary YoumIf you want money write for mys book whicn I will send free for a short time to all desirIng it The nnpor tant problems Of successful money making are explained showing how millionaires became rich The book is especially interesting as you can do 11tbo same when vou Know how It tells now you may make large sums atof money with limited capital and how you may becouie independent whether your income is large or 3small Attractive Interesting Profit- Able My book was written especially for those who desire to batter their financial condition It gives facts which may help you make money and may be the ba sis of a fortune My book will be sent free though doing this will cost thousands of dollars My ob ject is not to mace n profit from its sale The man who catches opportunl dty by the foretop s ahead of the fel low who endeavors to get hold of the tail I may never make this offer again Jams Vick Land Title Bldg Philadelphia Pa digestiont berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and you will get quick relief For sale by Short R Haynes SPECIAL SESSION INFALL Wahinfftou March 30The president today informed a number of senators and congressman that he had determined to call congress together in snecial session about October 15 for the purpose of considering railroad rate legislation The president has never been able to conceal his chagrin at the action ot the last session ofcongress in refusing to follow his recommendation on that line He is now determined to present the matter at an extra session when nothing else will be considered so that the two houses will not be able to say that they were kept from action hy the pressure of other business which justIroad legislation rTo Make Vigorous Race Washington March 80Senator- a BlacKbnrn leaves for his home in Versailles Ky early next week Toe Senator will woke a vigorous campaign through the state and ex presses no doubt of his reelection to the Senate 1 will wake at least fifty speeches said the Senator today- r and if I land it necessary I wllIlwoke double that number It will tanks no difference to me whether a candidate Tpam going to lend all the assistance I can to all the Democratic 1 legislative weIwill have a g od majority in the next TieeiIatire CASZORIES I Bears the- Signature the Kind You Have Always Bought tf tL4 1 To Represent Growers atIOwingsville last week by the announce cement of the Hon Walter Sharp of Bath county as a candidate for the RepresenI tative trom Bath and Rowan counties in the interest ot tobacco growers Sharp deals exclusively on Louisville and Cincinnati tobacco breaks and is one ot the wealthiest men in that county The only other announced candidate is has h Bay of More head About Rheumatism There are few diseases that inflict more torture than rheumatism and there is probably no disease for which such a varied and useless lot of rem ekes have been suggested To sap ethat it can be cured is therefJre a bold statement to make but Chamber kina Pain Balm which enjoys an extensive sale has met with great success in the treatment of this die epee One application of Pain Balm will relieve the pain and hundreds 01 sufferers have testified to permanent cures by its use Why suffer when reliefeand costs but a trifle For sale uy Short Fayues New Baptist Church Hancock Clarion The doctrinal spilt in the Hawes ville Baptist church which is ao familiar to the public and which re suited in the courts being called upon to settle the question of property rights and possessions of the church building will result in another church being built in Hawesville The Des champs or open communion element ot the church who lost in the suit but who constitute probably 75 per cent of Hawesville Baptists will build an ediiice at once Mr S A Hawley has donated a lot for the pur pose of building and it is located near by Mr Hawleys home in the eastern part of town It will be omit on the TAKE THIS BOOK 1 JE A b D JI4RI SAMPLE SLIVER AND BLOOD svlmr CURES Brlguts Disease Diabetes Diseases of the Heart and Lungs Skin Diseases havingtheirsimilar preparations simply give temporary roller but Dr Thachers Liver and Blood lJyrup cures to slaycurell by putting the liver in II healthy condltlou and for preparntlonthntTho symptoms of diseased kidneys are Weak nest In the small of the back sick headache pains In loins and grouts numbness of tho thighs hlgh colored or scald Ing urine milky or bloodurine frequent desire to urinate nausea vomiting colts constipation dnshes furred or unnaturally red tongue These are the symptoms of diseased kidneys dont neglect theta Only one remedy contains nil tho curative properties scientifically combined required In tho treatment of Liver and Kidney discuses and that Is Dr Thachers Liver and Blood Syrup hydrangeaSevenJuniperlierricsUerrlesFree sample and 1 Dr Thachers Health Book with confidential advice for the asking Write today All aruptflNtw BO contn unit 81 ou per bottle THACHER MEDICINE co CHATTANOOGA TENN site of the old Smart residence on Clay st the cabins being occupied by negroes already having been removed The church will not be so large asthe other building By what name it will be known we cannot say probably the Open Communion or Second Baptist church A Remarkable Tree Hancock Clarion Mr C W Meserve of Chambers re turned Thursday from Frymirt Hreck euridge county where he had been to look over a 400acre tract of timber with the view of purchasing In view ing this timber he reports having seen a very extraordinary tree The land be longs to one Mr Dodson and the latter says that the orginal grant of this land from the Government calls for a wild plum corner tree This is a remarkabl s tree if the records are correct This original grant was made 130 years ago and of course no one knows how old the tree was at that time It still stands a dwarf in size and planted virtually on a solid rock the roots of which run out over the edges and enter the ground This antique specimen of forestry is not more than 234 inches in diameter and 6 feet tall but it seems to flourish and do well along with a bunch of much larger and more pretentious specimens Forget About Your Stomach If your digestion is bad the vital or gans of your body are not ted and nourished as they should be They grow weak and invite disease Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat cures indigestion and all stomach troubles You forget you have a stomach trom the very day you begin taking it This is because it gets a rest recuperates and gradually grows so strong and healthy that it troubles you no more EL Babcock AlT herst Minn says I have taken a great many remedies for indigestion but have found nothing equal to Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Kodol digests what you eat cures Indigestion Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Belching Heartburn and all Stomach Troubles Its pre paration 18 the result of many years of research Sold by all druggists Obituary Our community Las been saddened by the death of our friend and neighbor Mrs Sarah Jane Board who died of pneumonia after an illness of only one week Her death came as a shock to her many relatives and friends as but few of them knew of her illness She was unconscious most of the time but even in her delirium called for her absent loved ones Shin only had one child a daughter Mrs Lucy Priest and her love for h r daughter and devotion to her grandchildren was beauti ful to see She was a member of the Methodist church and so often spoke of Gals goodness to her through all her trials She was the daughter of Elisha and Mttilda Simmons and was born in Franklin county Virginia March 17 1843 She came to this county in 1851 at the age ofeight years and was married to Jesse B Board March 13 1871 She was a sister of Mrs Wm Scott of Harned Mr T Simmons of Irvingtou Mrs Sam Board and Mrs Minnie Downs of Owens oro And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes arid there shall be no more death n ither sorrow nor crying neither will there be any more pain for the former things are passed away Garfield Ky Mrs Mamie Gregory A Tried and True Friend One Minute Cough Cure contain s not an atom of any harmful drug and it has been curing Coughs Colds Croup and Whooping Cough so long that it has proven itself to he a tried and true friend to the many who use It Mrs Gertrude E Fenner Marion Ind says Coughing and straining so weakened me that I run down in weight from 148 to 02 pounds After trying a number of remedies to no avail One Minute Cough Cure entire ly our d me Sold by all druggists Why He Broke Rules Shreve Ky March 27 1005- I hereby try to explain to the readers Henry Wattersons Letters from Europe Will Be A Leading Feature of The CourierJournalDuring THERE WILL BE MANY OTHER ATTRACTIVE DEPARTMENTS ALL GOING TO MAKE A COMPLETE NEWSPAPER Mall Rates Daily CourierJournal 1 year 6 Dally and Sunday 1 year8W- eekly 1 year- COURIERJOURNAL 1 COMPANY LOUISVILLE KY By a Special Arrangement you can get the- BRECKENRIDGE NEWS and the WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL- both one year for only 150 This is for cash subscriptions only All subscriptions under this combination offer must be sent through the BRECKENRIDGE NEWS OFFICE Cloverport Ky SOMETHING NEW VARIABLE TOURS TO FLORIDAVIA Southern RailwayA- ND Queen Crescent Route- Go One WayReturn Another Winter Tourist Tickets 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News the reason I broke the rules of the American Society- of Equity by selling a portion of a crop of tobacco It happened that I and an thtt party were partners in a crop of tobacco the tobacco being raised on rented ground The latter party being in a different country the administrator of hid possessions left here Having sold his portion twothirds I WdS compelled to sell my part- I wish thoreforeto urge the farmers or members not to think my faith is owing weaker I only regret that I- do not town several thousand pounds to hold or place into the union H C Pate SPECIAL RATES Via Illinois Central R R California and The Northwest- One way colonist daily to May 15th inclusiveMississippi Louisiana Etc Homeseekers round trip and one way colonist April 4 and 18 Indian Territory Oklahoma Ar kansas Texas Etc Ilomeseekers round trip April 4 and 18 HOT SPRINGS ARK Dally Sleeping Cur without chunRO Louisville to Hot Springs with connections at IoulsvIlle from Cincinnati Illinois Central Weekly 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hoIdlnrSH thtla Ik ett116 size which Mil for 80 c nU Prepared by I O DeWITT A 00 OHIOAM Sold by all Druggists Ask for the 1905 Kodol Almanac and 200 Year Calendar The family medicine in thousands of homes for 52 yearsDr Thachers Liver and Blood Syrup i rj Lii LJiGwI ti 4 t c i Ji Ii I1I I I r YII I I I aJ JI I I t I j Ii i f 1 4I- L r- c e I S I t rr I jII I r I I i h L IlI- lI I- lh I- li i J i i I i i yr r rM1 h fir i 1 liar ari fi t J I I J JIiIi I I i t i t Iff f l l 11- t l 1a t I I i i ri r iI 1 t I r A J J I i rr V 44Jh t J i trV Si ad I 1 The Breck nrldge News WEDNESDAY April 0 1005 TWO TRAGEDIES IN ONE DAY IN OHIO rDr Hale Of Roseville And Wm Givens Burn to DeathHiram Powers ShootsFritz Renfrow Owensboro Ky April IDr John Hale of lioseville Hancock county and William Givens a miner were burned to death in a fire which de atrojed thu lockup at Deanefield at midnightHe Givens had been arrested earlier in the night on the charge ot drunkenness It is Hupposed they were smoking in the lockup and thus set it on fira When the flames were discov elect several men ran to the scene stud broke down the doors of the building but the men had been literally burned to a crisp Givens when locked up had insisted on taking his dog with him and the animal was burned to death with iits master Dr Hale was fiftylive years old and leaves a wife and oue child He was popular in his nome county and was highly respected but was addicted occasionally to drinking to excess Givens was fifty years ot age and is survived by a wife He resided at DeanetirldThe caused great excitement in Deanefield and brought the entire pop ulation of the littlA town to the scene of the grewsome tragedy Killing At Narrows Harttord Ky March SlHiram Powers a sawmill man emptied the contents of his pistol into the body of Fitzhugh Renfrow of Narrows one of the best known merchants in Ohio county tnis afternoon Renfrow was removed to his home but life was extinct before he was placed on the bed Powers was arrested and held until the arrival of Sheriff Keown He was placed on the train and brought here and is being guarded tonight There had been ill tealing between the men for many years They were engaged in business together and hud a dispute over financial affairs and the partnership was dissolved It is alleged that Powers was drinking this afternoon and went to the home of Dr Maxwell nis brotherinlaw vhere Renfrow was looking after the construction of a brick pavement It is said that Powers began to curse and abuse Renfrow over the burning of a fence this morning Renlrow told Powers if he would make out a bill he would pay him for the damage he sns teiaed this it is said seemed to en rage Powers and he began to curse and advance on the defenseless man Renfrow retreated andas he did so he picked up a piece of brick Before ne could raise his hand however Powers had pulled his revolver and was firing at him Renfrow fell to the ground with several bullets in his body The wound which resulted in ins death was in his chest His arm was also broken by a bullet Most Successful In Years The Hancock Clarion says that the recent revival at the Hawesville Methodist church at which Evangelist J T Newsotu of Murfreesboro Tena did the preaching was the most successful in that town in forty years 1000 REWARD Is offered as a guaranteo that nelthei Dr PIerces Favorite Prescription NOR Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery contains alcohol opium or any harmful drug Any orbs publishing false stator monts coucernlng their lll4 will- be prosecuted Doctor Tierces Family Remedies are compounds of medicinal principles scientifically extracted from natlvo roots that euro tho diseases for which they aro recommended Thoy are medicines which have enjoyed the public confidence for over a third of a century They arc medicines not beverages made to satisfy a craving for boozo Golden Medical Discovery regulates and invigorates stomach liver and bocls- and cures dyspepsia purifies the blood and 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They will also by their calming act ion on tho nerves almost Instantly re lieve such distressing feelings as Diz ziness CarSickness Indigestion Irritability Sleeplessness Nervousness etc Not merely do they relieve but they also absolutely cure because by perse vering in their use you do away with the cause Dr Milos AntiPain Pills are guar anteed that first package will benefit or your money back Never sold in bulk I am thankful for tho good Dr Miles Antirain Pllla have and aro doing me Kver fllnco tho war 1 have had spells of severe throbbing headache caused by c tarrh until six years ngo I began taking AntiPain Pills the only remedy that over gave mo relief Slnoo then I havo not had one hard attack because I take a Pill lItlyGEOSAFREE Write to us for Fre Trial Package of Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills the New S ntic Home y for Pain Also Symptom Blank Our Specialist will diagnose your case tell you what Is wrong nnd how to right It Free DR MILES MEDICAL CO LADOIL TORIES 12LIUIA11T IND To Investigate Standard Oil Kansas City Mo March 2JThe Journal today says The Standard Oil Company is to undergo a grand jury in vestigation by the Federal government such as the beef trust is now burdened with in ChicagoThe oil trust investigation is to take place in Topeka accord iug to a government official here and is to begin in a couple of weeks Inci dentally the railroads are to be dragged iu A grand jury was drawn at Topeka a few days ago ostensibly to look after the regular criminal business of the Kansas Federal court It will attend to that business but its really big task is to investigate Standard Oil meth odsGreat secrecy is maintained in regard to the matter The names of the jurors will not be given out It has been the custom in the past to publish the list of grand jurors along with the petit jurors But a new rule has ben laid down not to divulge the nauiis of members of the jury From the same source it is learned that Commissioner Garfield will aid in the grand jury investigation in Kausas Won A Name of Fame DeWltts Little Early Risers the famous little pills have been made fatuous by their cjrtainyet harmless and gentle action upon the bowels and liver They have no equal forbIlious ness constipation etc They do not weaken the stomach gripe or make you fed sick Once used always preferred They strengthen Sold by all druggists Light On Maine Disaster Gsssler Rosseau who was convicted last week of having sent explosives to Ciuiard line pier New York in May lltOj made an extraordinary statement after his conviction He declared that he nude an infernal machine which destroyed the battleship Maine at Hav ana in 1898 He was aiding the Cubans at the time he said and the infernal machine was meant for a Spanish ship but was placed by mistake by a man intrusted with the task against the Maine The man Rosseau said committed suicide when be learned of his awful blunder Superintendent Arrested Chicago March z9The Federal grand jury last night returned an indict ment agaiust Thomas J Connors general superintendent of Armour K Co on a charge of interfering with a witness summoned to appear before the jury in the beef trust inquiry Mr Connors who is J Ogden Armours most confi dential employe and the active head of one of tho largest packing companies in the world was arrested ou a bench warrant by a United States Deputv Marshal and brought to the grand jury room where he was released on a 5000 bond After his release Mr Connors refused to discuss the matter The French Mother The author of The Simple Life needs no inl reduction to American readers and his admirers wIll be glad to Know that the first artiolohe has written since his return to Frauce ap rears in the April Cosmopolitan It is called The French Mother II and in the charming study of mater dtp he has not tailed to institute comparisons with the mothers ot America as he has observed them Address By Congressman The Hon Joan Wesley Gaines a Tennessee cougredniuani will address the tobacco growers of Daviess and surrounding counties at Owensboro on the afternoon of April 7 Modern Novel Capsule CHAPTER I The prettiest girl you ever saw CHAPTER U The young man interviews her pa OHAPTEU III A wedding grand without a Haw CHAPTER IV An oRtna teara lot of jaw CHAPTER V Im going back home to my ma CHAPTER VI Her maiden name restored by law Board Train Work Streets Fred November Loga Hates Bud Barrens and Elmer Howard four ne gro biyH were arrested last Wednesday afternoon for boarding a moving train within the city limits November was fined 5 and the others 41 each which they worked out on the streets lion n Club Went Out of KxIxtiMire Some yours ago about u dozou mon at Oxford formed a sort of marring club It was agreed that when tilt member wile shout to be mumed1 s dinner should be held which all within roach should attend the bachelors to pay Marriage seemed far away then anil the bachelors thought the divided expenses would be Iiieoiiiderii hit Yours passed and now und nglln the announcement of another murrliw was sent nrouml They met coming from various wnlks of life soldier barrister solicitor journalist schoolmaster mau about town soul the rest Slug the old songs dug up the old jokes until one year It happened that the final bachelor found himself solo host A year later the dltllculty arose and the Html bachelor was given bin dinner by the eleven married men And now the friends meet on the an niversaries of their wedding days and pay each his own score There Is per Imps the Ideal club London Chronicle A Uellciite Art To transfer an old oil painting to a new canvas Is a branch of art that calls for a unison of mechanical skill and talent There are not navy men In the business It Is an entirely Ills tinct work from renovating a cracked or mutilated painting Transferring a painting from an old canvas to u new one requires years of experience to acv complish the simplest part of It After the picture has been removed from Its frame several layers of fine tlssww pa per are pasted firmly across the sur face When the paper Is dry the back of the canvas Is made thoroughly wet Thread by thread It Is picked away until nothing retrains but the paint which Is fast to the tissue paper A new canvas is then mounted and glued to the back of the picture When the glue Is dry the tissue paper Is mols tened and gently removed from the surface A little cleaning and retouch ing by a skilled hand make the work complete Jfo Ilrlliery An amusing episode In politics Is vouched for by a minister of religion as having occurred near Gllllngham England A lady canvasser for one of the local candidates called at a house found that the voter was out nail In qulred of the wife You think ho will vote for my candidate do you not Indeed he wont replied the wo man He hits been promised a new pair of trousers if lie votes for the other man The lady canvasser scented n petl tlon for bribery produced n sovereign and said I will give you this If you will tell me who made your husband that promise Certainly 1 will said the voters wife as she pocketed the money I promised him them myself Mnii ami UN Necktie Mens taste In neckties says a New York haberdasher Is tho most fickle thing imaginable You can net er be sure of It It often happens tint a scarf pattern which hits a tremendous run for a year or two Is reproduced after a few seasons and no one wants to buy It On the other hand a design you could hardly give away this year may become the craze next year Why no one line ever been able to Ills cover One year min will revel In nothIIngTalk about womens taste In dress 11l1 ing uncertain mans Is more so Outfitters can only guess at It Experi ence avails nothing The Irnofrcnilcrn FRuit In the first edition of St Matthew In Mlcmac for the Indians of Nova Scotia the translator found when ho came to revise It that in chapter xxiv 7 In stead of nation shall rise against na tlon ho hid written Ia pair of snow shoes shall rise up against a pair of snowshoes But there was only ono letter misprinted naooktukumlksljlk a nation having been displaced by uaooktakumlksljlk a snowshoe St James Gazette The Cause of Enrtliqnnlcon When there Is an earthquake the Tibetans know Just how it Imppenedf There arc evil spirits Some of them are gigantic brutes a mile iu height with tiny mouths which prevent them swallowing even the smallest crumb of any kind of food Naturally they suffer from hunger and in their agon- Ized wrlthlngs they are the Immediate cause of earthquakes CASTORIA1 For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- signature of Fine Year For Fruit It is said that there will no doubt be an abundance of fruit this year The weather during March was so pleas antthe moat pleasant in fact in the memory of the oldest inhabitant that the newspapers have not had any cause to raise the inevitable cry about the peach crop beingkilled and if the peach crop is safe it is very probable that the other fruits are All Nations Invited Washington March 2l1The presi dent has issued a proclamation inviting the nations of the earth to be rep eeellt ed y their military organizations and naval vessels at the celebration to b held in the vicinity of J4me to lVIIjj Va from May 13th until November 1 1907 line P linUln The serrated spite of tho rnyflsli are Iiwed by the Indians of the Amazon tc arm their arrows Sharks teeth nr used In arming weapons whole thr teeth of this and other Hpecles are use as trinket by innny peoples The Jnvi of the sleeper shark are used for head drosses by certain of our Indian tribes The vertebrae of the sharks lire 1110I prepared us canes In Japan the lone5 of shark and skates tire used In mik Ing imitation tortoise shell In Europe and this country shark niul ray skins are employed to smooth and polish snU stances while the skin of thin thoiiih Le- Is employed by cabinet makers in Iliirt of sandpaper than which it jH sexy much more durable Woodworkers uSm use the rough skin of the blue digtlili like emery paper for smoothing their work and preparing It for polishing In India the Jawbone of the l oilee lish Is employed by the natives about Dao ca The teeth being small recurved nnd closely set act us a tine comb fir carding cotton In removing the loose and coarse libers and nil extraneous matters from the cotton wool A I out l nnKiinKc A monument to a lost language is to be found In the village of St Paul near rcnzance in Cornwall and It Is believed to be tho only monument In existence which marks the death of a vanished tongue It commemorates the death of the last woman who spoke In the Cornish language nail was erect ed by a Frenchman It Is n granite obelisk about seven feet high and Is built into the churchyard wall the front facing the highway where it Is plainly discernible by all who pass that way The upper part Is In the torn of a Maltese cross The Inscription ready as follows Here lleth Interred Doro thy Pentreath who tiled in 1777 said to hove been the last person who conversed In the ancient Cornish the pe cullur language of this county from the earliest records till it expired In the eighteenth century in this parish of St Paul Courtesy to Women A young woman says a correspond ent who was passing the evening with tho fatally of Lord Coleridge the emi neat English Jurist was about to start for her home at 10 oclock when he offered to accompany her She with the respect due to his age nail with the fearlessness of youth due to IIg luniucc of the dangers surrounding young woiiiMi sold I thank you sir but I do not want to trouble you Can not the maid accompany me Ills manner showed the respect in which he held nil women Ho said My dear the maid Is a woman also If nil men were so truly courteous there would bi no complaint on the part of women that they do not receive the treatment they should receive from till opposite sex Vhcn You Iut Milk In Ton The scientific Justification for add lug milk to tea says the Dietetic and Hygienic Jazette comes from the filets that the tannic acid contained In tea combines with the albumen of the milk to form taunate of albumen which Is practically leather By drink lug ten alone the coating of thin stom ach Is made leathery But when milk which contains albumen Is added the molecules of tannic acid select their ntlinlty of albumen from it and as a divorce Is unknown to tunnate of nl bunien the lining of the stomach Is less liable to be affected by the tannic acid than It would be If the tea were taken alone A French Custom In France a newly married couple do not have the ordinary bridal calls made upon them Instead garbed In their best the bride and groom pay visits to all their married friends Imagine a shy womans embarrassment when shin must nail upon total shaugerses pecially if she marries stay from heron ti neighborhood or her husband hips a country house In a different quarter Philadelphia Ledger The First Illiycllnt Dr Church of Birmingham was the first person who In my youth con trued a bicycle and rode upon It hi thin town which excited niore consterna lieu than a Southcottean with his beard lie was an able physician but his harmless Innovation cost him his practice Patients refused to be cure 1 by a doctor who rode a horse which had no head mind ate no oatsIIoly rakes Bygones AVorth Remembering Working on Ills Life Well John said tho eminent per sonage who was now an Invalid who Is It wishes to see mo now my biog rapher No your excellency replied the but IlIoUJ physician 1111 almost the same thing lIes work upon my life tooPhiladel lat Press i THE ROME OF VINOL To Thin People Let us advise you to take Vinol The reason it is the best strength and flesh creator is because it actually contains all the medicinal elements taken from genuine fresh Cods Livers without oil or grease These combined with organic iron and other body building ingredients create the greatest flesh strength and tissue builder known to medicine Try it on our guarantee Respectfully SHORT 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to McDauiels Fr day Miss Allie Witt is visiting iu Louis VII eCyrus MIler of Kirk spent Saudi in town Dr H A Walker went to Vine Groe MondayMiss Lytie Ford is visiting friends iin LouisvilleHenry B Head was in town several days of last week Robert Owen of Rockvale was 5 in the city Thursday Mrs Orrin Hardin is visiting Mr and Mrs Joel II Pile A R Kiucheloe was at Garfield Fr day on legal business C M McGlothlau of West Poin was in the city Monday Hook Beard are erecting a shed 1111 front of the Masonic Temple- B F Beard is visiting his daughter Mrs A S Edelen at Burgin Ben Hook of Leaveuworth Ind was here last week visiting relatives Charles Hook of Cloverport was bere Sunday visiting his father Jubal Hock James H Gardner was in Louisvill last week purchasing goods for his store Thomas Gerald and wife of Hop Cave are visiting the Rev and Mrs G L King Mr and Mrs Chas II Drurytof Bewleyville ate at the Ford Hotel for a few days- Carlton Richardson of Louisvillewa here Monday the guest of Mr and Mrs P M Beard William Clark of Rockvnle was iin town Saturday He will probably move here in the fall Visa Alice Baker spent Saturday and Sunday hers with her parents Dr and Mrs J T Baker Taylor Beard was the guest of his son Dr Harold Beard at Livermore sever al days of last Wwek Jack Walker of Fordsville has accepted a position in the bakery of his brother Leslie Walker Cal Keown of Hartford was in tho city last Friday He is the popular sheriff of Ohio county The Rev King and wife of Clover port were the guests of Mr and Mrs Morris IJskridge last week John P Hnswell Sr Gus Shellman Joel Pile and W S Ball were among those who went tot Louisville Monday Dr Lloyd and the Rev Prather who Are conducting the revivall services here are the guests of Mr and Mrs C L Beard Percy M Beard has purchased of tin heirs of the late Richard May n tract of twevt acres lying opposite St Kouiualds church on Min street The consideration was 240 Frightful Suffering Relieved Snileriug frightfully from the einr lent poisons of undigested food C G tyson of Lula Miss took Dr Kings New Life Pill with the result Ire writes that 1 was cur ed All stomach and bowel disorders give way to their tonic laxative properties 25o at Short Haynes drug store guaranteed WEBSTER Tile prospect for fruit iis good JohnJ Lyddnn went to Louisville lust Saturday M1 J Robbins and family will move to Rocky Ford Col April 15 Mrs Gout Wcatherford return ed lust Sunday from a visit to liarnwll Five enthusiastic Democrats constituted the convention here last Saturday ThatTired Feeling Is a Common Spring Trouble Its a sign that tho blood is ikticient In vitality just as pimples and other eruptions arc signs that the blood is impurei Its a warning too which only the hazardous fail to heed Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Remove it give new life new cour age strength and animation They cleanse the blood and clear the complexion Accept no substitute It I felt tired all the time and could not Bleep Alter taking Hoods Sarsaparilla n while I could sleep well and the tired feeling had gone ThIs great medicine has also cured me of scrofula Alas C M ROOT Gilcud Conn Hoods Sarsaparilla promises to curo and keeps tho promise BABY TUCKERS- ViONDERFUL CURE M Covered from Head to Foot with Humours Forty Boils on Head at One Time Doctors and Drug Bills 100Baby Grew Worse s CURED BY CUTICURA FOR FIVE DOLLARS S Mrs George H Tucker Jr 335 Greenfield Avenue Milwaukee Wis isa grateful mother When six months old she says my little girl weighed a pound and a half less than at birth When one month old a scab formed on her face spreading until it completely covered her from head to foot followed by boils having forty on her head at one time and more on her body Then her skin started to dry up and it became so bad she could not shut her eyes to sleep One months treatment with Cuticura Soap and Ointment made a complete cure and now my child is as large strong and healthy as any child of her age The doctors and drug bills were over one hundred dollars and my baby grew worse all the time Then we spent less than five dollars for Cuti cura and cured he- rCUTICURA A BLESSING To SkinTortured Babies and Tired Mothers The suffering which Cuticura SoapII and Ointment have alleviatedamong the young and the comfort they have afforded wornoutand worried parents have led to their adoption in count less homes as priceless curatives for birth humours milk crust scalled tread eczemas rashes and every form of itching scaly pimply skin and scalp humours with loss of hair of infancy and childhood Guaranteed absolutely pure Cutlcurt Sotpninttmnt and Illli are sold throughout the world Corp Huston Sole Prop crSend lorUowtoCure lbjrUumouri Dr Ewctt FrymiiO of Louis vine paid our town H short visit in 4 Sunday r K McGavock and family visited ut Cloverport lust Saturday and Sunday Rev E IIJ English was hove Saturday cnroutc to his appoint ment at Raymond Dannie Ilaynes has bought MJ G Robbins farm and will move thereon this week Mrs WFPjiync and daughter Miss Mary of Hewleyville visited Mrs Jus Witt last week Ed Adams and familyof Llovcrport visitedat Scott I Knotts Saturday and Sunday Mrs Shun tte of Guston rc turned homo Sunday after a veek visit to Mrs II C Stew irtFinis I thclIit to Susli JJordan for the ensuingi I enltt A new telephone line reached icre lust week giving service to a action of country between here und Raymond Walnut Grove Sundayschool was reorganized and hewn work lust Sunday with the outlook highly favorable for success Dan Brooks of Louisville was hcrc last Saturday and bought three car loads of beef cattle from J no and Tom Lyddan and II L Curtz Miss Lotitia Campbell of jouisville who has been visitingi i her sister MrsN B Robertson I for some time will return home this week Misses Nan Lyddan Norris Kurtz Essie Kendall and Ada Icnderson and Messrs IIolDrano Tom Lyddan II L Kurtz and idle Kendall composed a party AnderIIson BIG SPRING Bon Clwrkson was in Brandenburg londay Mart Williams of Eliza both was hero Tuesday townII Born to tho wifo of Daniel Wilson larch 28 a daughter Raymond Moorman was in Louid vl110 Thursday and Friday W H Doran went to Louisville Thursday to buy goods for tho firm of Doran Collins Mrs WII Doran spent sovoral days with tier daughter Mrs John Hicks of Stitns Valley Mr Cash who was Crouch Sons representative hero left for his nom in Indiana Thursday Mrs John H Moador returned Well nesday trout a visit to her daughter Mrs T C Williams nt west Point Tim circulating library has now twentyfive members and they now have on hands that many of tho latest booksMr and Mrs Daniel Trent of pea Custerspent Thursday with her broth or and family Mr mind Mrs Taylor Knsoy Miss Olla Mao Clarkson will go to Louisville Monday for a few day an1 to attend tho performance of ParsifalMrs John D Mcadot and 11 tie son Millward Mac returned homo Wednesday from a visit to her parents in Loutsvl lie Mrs Dick Do well spent a low day with her sister Mrs E Jones of near Stitbton last week Sho was accom panied by Miss Pearl Collins A stock company was organized and have purchased a tine blacic coact stallion trom Crouch Son of Lafayette Ind Ho will wake tho seasoi hero at Big Spring The price paId for tho horse was 2400 Dr Strothor was called in consulta tion with Dr Ben Walker of Uar ncttsvillo and operated on Gassowa Ricnie son of Charles Rioaio ot Garrett for tuberculosis of the bono 10 his leg on Monday March i7nud at tho present writing reports tho plat healing nicely Dr Strothor and wife were in Brandenburg Wednesday tho guests of Mr and Mrs Geo oasperke Dr Strothor was called Friday in onsul tation with Dr J M Walker to sco Zdck Stith who has been confined tto his bed for seine time and found It necessary to operate on a largo ab cess in his axilla flYSTIC B F Harrison was at Stephenspor Saturday on business Miss Laura Hicks celebrated hoi birthday with a party Hubert McAfee of this place returned to Oak Hill W Va Tuesday SampleIlast week Miss NnnuiM Pavne of near Lodi burg was tfile guest of the Misses Harrison Sunday Mrs James Roberts celebrated her fifty fourth birthday Friday by Inviting all her neighboring friends to din nprIrI 0 Harrell a merchant at Lodi urg has taken his brother as a part nor in the mercantile business They vlll ouliirgc their stock Misses Annie Keys and Mary and Tissue Aignbright returned borne Pitn Miss Blanche Dutschke of Am ions where the will spend several ads visiting at tier home Miss Lena Compton has returned to her home at Bewlervilleafter speuding evoral weeks visiting friends and elatives in this vicinity She was ccouip mied by her cousin Mrs Will kObisou who will spend several day 1- 5at Bewleyville Dudley Now At Chapeze Ky Fletcher Blanford formerly of Bew y vine has oh Ulgoll his address from A thertonvill to Chapeze K- yGARFIELD James McCoy aud family visit ad1 the new boy at Ed Tnpletts Sun da Henry Uanuaway of Eveleigh was- hele last weak the guest of Tom regoryBerry Norton and Miss Grace Crist wore warred Sunday Ht the home of- the bride News was received nere last week of the death ot Virgil Priests baby Sunshine Paul Compton wife and baby Paula visited I B Ricbiiidson and wife atunluy and Sunday AyersMo I I Your doctor will tell you that thin pale weak nervous chil dren become strong and well by taking Ayers Sarsaparilla Small doses for a few days SarsaparillaThe and very marked Ask your doctor why it is He has our formula and will explain When 13 yeah old for many months no ono thought 1 could llvo IHCHIIKO of thin Mom mint In a few week Ayers Sirmiparllla com pletely tailored me to health Mae E JKTKMINSTKH Vlliellllil NI pl00 a bottle J C Avis co AIIlrulalol Mmi for1wAII The Children Illousnoss constipation prevent recovery Cuto those with Ayors Pills HOW TWO BEAUTIFUL WOMEN ESCAPED PELVIC CATARRH BY AID OF PERUNA Female Weakness Is Usually Pelvic Catarrh Peru=na Cures Catarrh Wherever Located N4 41HS 1 H 1 T Mrs MaMo Bradford 13 Church street Burlington Vt Secretary Whittier Oratorio Society writes Peruna is certainly a wonderful medicine for the ills of women I have heard it manY1andcold and oach subsequent month brought- me pain and distress Your remedy was prescribed and the way it acted upon my system was almost too good to be true I certainly have regained my health and strength and I no longer suffer I lassitudeI5rrry+a S S S S S +Pa Thousands of Women Cured Every Year by Correspondence Thls Is What Dr llartman Proposes to Do For You Without Charge Women who suffer should read the evidences presented hero Wo have thousands of letters from grateful fljntis who tell the same story liaif tile Ills that are peculiarly womans own are of a catarrhal character Female weakness was not nmlcrstod for many years T r Hartman deserves the credit of iavlng determined liu real IrjCler Ho has indu catarrh unii cauvhal Virgil Smith went to Weldon Saturday after two yoke of oxen that he hud purchased at that place Mrs Daisy Morgan and baby or Louisville were here to see Mrs Mor guns sister Miss Mary Snider Mrs Verna Wbltworth hud a sale Saturday preuxratory to leaving fort Louis to join her husband who hRS a position there Aai1 MuUinfrJy wlte and sister Maud Mrtttinglv visited Mr and Mrs Harvey Triplett near Bewleyville Saturday and Sunday Rev G N Uuudiff tilled his regular appointment hire Satudny and Sun day Hi sermon Sunday on Influence was highly appreciated pYsrrrt a rr rrarr i I Painting trrtrrrlrtrrtrra ii- IIj Materials A Best Mixed Paints t- lI 120 per gallon If Other Grades 60 and 90 cents II- t Roof Paints t icentsh r t aAi 5 to 62 cents pound t Best Linseed Oil t 50 cents gallon A Telephone 413 StHt McCracken i t tt Gloverport ky to aMAAA Rif fA lililRAAfRililitA faailIQ- GARRETT Miss Nora Saunders spent lust week with Miss Carrie Allo n of near Hill Grove Sunday school was organized nt the Hill Grove and Buck Grove churches last Sunday Messrs and Mesdames Fred oushee find Joseph Hilf spent Sunday at Jim Foushees Mrs Lizzie Redding 813i B Clifton Place St 99Louis Mo writes I found after trying many different medicines to restore me to health that Peruna was the only thing which could be depended upon I began taking it when I was in a decline induced by female weakness and overwrought nerves- I began to feel stronger during the first week I took Peruna and my health improved daily until now I am in perfect health and enjoy life as I never did beforeLizzie Bedding 1 f diseases including pelvic ca Me S tarrh a life long study Peruna cures catarrh whether of the I pelvic organs or any other organ of the human bod- yPcruna a Natural Beautifier Peruna produces clean mucous membranes the basis of facial symmetry and a perfect complexion Time women have not boon slow to dis cover that a course of Peruna will do more toward restoring youthful beauty than all time devices known to science Many a girl has regained her faded beauty many a matron has lengthened the days of her comely appearance by uslnc Poruru Miss Lizzie Harrington WitS the guest of Miss Virginia llicharrson Saturday night and Sunday Mr und Mrs 11 IIDowoll were the guests of his sister Mrs Lover Jordan at Hill Grove Sunday Dr T E Wimp of Louisville was here last week doing some re pairing on his farm lIe will move his family here in a short timeMisses Laura Leo Guedty and Rosebud Crnycroft of Ekron and Messrs Marry Harrington Dud Yerdie ofMMiss Lena Ritchie Sunday Mrs Albert Hughes nee Inez Jenkins died nt her fathers home Clint Jenkins of near Vine Grove March 25 of consumption and was buried the day following in the Vino Grove cemetery A S Of E Tobacco Plans UpToDate Farming official organ of the American Society lot Equity says If we were thoroughly organiz ed in every tobacco growing county that produces more than 1000000 pounds of tobacco we would be incomplete control of the tobacco situ ation We ougnt to have 1000 mem bers in each of those counties and there are only 189 of them As soon as we nave 1000 members in a county we will establish a local office and employ a superintendent at a regular salary and it will be his business to look after the interests of the society to report to the National Union and to receive instructions from headquarters and see that they arp carried out If we cannot get time necessary number in one county we will combine two or more counties in a distiict and employ n district superintendent We are becoming strong enough now to put our plan in full operation Iin the tobacco districts If Tobacco Statistics In 1903 the total number of Jpounas of tobacno leaf used ty domestic manufacturers was 448 853 070 pounds The total number of pounds of leaf exported was 310825014 pounds The total number of pounds imported was 82907023 pounds Subtracting the imports we find that the United States required 720031070 pounds of home grown tobacco to supply tne demand r rand I permanent cure Thousands of testimonials to this ef feet are received by Dr Hartnian every year The good that Pcruna liasac compllshcd In this class of cases can scarcely bo overestimated eeFFI+ e a y you db not derive prompt and JJIf results from the use of Martit i t T you his valuable advice gratis tr Address Dr Hartman Iresident- t of Tim Hartman Sanitarium Colum t leis Ohio All correspondence held strictly confidential N4 M1HiMMM a u m AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAl 3 f- Excellent t 5 Excellent Thats what they allsay when we i have finished work Our work will 4 bear the most critical examination C as it is done on scientific principles antI according to scientific rules 4 There is more or less science in all = businesses more especially when it comes to handling a watch a pic3 MMof If jewelry or a pair of glasses ffWe have made the jewelry rf business and the watch business hour I study for more than a quarter of a century and we flatter oursel ues that we know something about it = Its our life work and we take pride in it We build on our repu tation for honest work and good goods i 3 TIC LEWIS SON 4 YOUR JEWELERS 3 HARD1NSBURQ KENTUCKY TTVT VTTT YTTYTTTTTT YTTTTTV CURE a CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS Best Cough Syrup Tastes Good Use to time Sold by druggists CONSUMPTION From a careful study of thesUtietius of tobacco production manufactures and consumption it appears that at the end of the year 1003 there was a surplus of about 60000000 pounds of unmanufactured tobacco in the hands of the tobacco companies From the Government crop reports we find that there was producer in the United States hut 000000000 pounds in 1004 Adding this to the surplus we tiiid that the total amount of tobacco in the United States at thu pre ent time laI but little over 720000000 pounds Be fore another crop can be placed upon the markets every pound of the present crop and ever pound of the surplus held by the tobacco companies will be needed to supply the demand if It but equals the demand of tho year 1003 But the demand is eteadily increasing and there is sure to be- n shortage in the tobacco supplies ij y 1 Ir i a jr j J I 1 I f i If r- Y ALr 1 jt t j tii1 i1 r I t j J P iio r r = ii-i- Y it iP r Yt