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THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS I IIi t ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT III VOL XXIX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 12 1905 8 Pages NO 39 If t NI- I I If Ii t t t 4i i 1J I 1 I r i I ji r f tte r l 4U 4I- t MAN MOST RESPONSIBLE FOR SUCCESS OF PRESIDENTS VISIT TO LOUISVILLE LOGAN C MURRAY Uy courtesy of Louisville Herald Cloverporter who is now one of Louisvilles most successful business men Mr Murray was more responsible than any other man for President Roosevelts visit to Louisville on Tues day April 4 He went to Washington nd extended the invitation to Mr Roosevelt to visit Louisville and was largely instrumental in making the welcome he received so royal and so I satisfactory Mr Murray was seated in the Presidents carnagt in which were also Governor Beckntm und Sec retary Loeb in the great parade through the crowded streets of Louis ville to the courthouse where Mr Roosevelt delivered an appropriate address amid the applause of thousands wbo welcomed him to the State and its metropolis with a spirit typically Kantucaian In reference to Mr Murray the Louisville Post says editorially The admirable arrangements for the reception of the President put the public under special obligation to Mr Murray- It is no easy task to reconcile the wishes of large numbers of men to give to each his place and got from DEATH OF CENTENARIAN End Comes to Cornelius Burk Said to be That Old At Victoria Cornelius Burk one of the oldest residents of the Victoria neighbor hood died Sunday night about 10 o clock Death was due primarily to senility As to Mr Burks age there la a disputes some being of the opin ion that it is 100 years while others say that he WAS about ninetyfour Mr Burs fell into H fire several weeks ago and was seriously burned on one side butaa the burns were healing When death came it is not be lieved that this hasened the end Mr Burk firsr settled in Canada when he came to this county from Ireland He located at Victoria about fifty years ago He is survived by a wile and seven sons all grown The sons are john of this city Tom of Givens Texas i Chas of Oweusboro Neel Mike Dan and Jerry One daughter Mrs Kate Jones of near this city also survives The funeral was held yesterday The interment was at St Roses cemetery near this city where the services were conducted by Father C Brey Child Has Narrow Escape Alma Pile the seven year old child of Mr and Mrs Eli Pile of Harned caught tire In tho field where Mr Rile was plowing and came near temg burned to death last Wednesday H M Jolly of Hardiusburg was here Monday 1 him his assistance Mr Murray has the tact made genuine by courtesy he has the wil ingress to taKe pains that no detail may fail where failure would mean confusion The due order observed the general spirit of satisfaction anti good feeling expressed the entire no sence of friction all testify to the value of the work of the Chairman in Chief who was so admirabl seconded by the Mayor by Gen Cas tleman by Col Bolknap by Mr Bowen President ot the Board of Trade and by Mr McDowell President of the Commercial Club The day was one to be recalled with sastlsfuction and in that feeling let us give the credit to the gentlemen who at great p rsonal inconvenience have devoted their time to so arrang ing matters that in two tours the peo pie ot Louisville and of the State through the Governor could show toI the President something of then r warm Interest in aim add a sincere patriotic devotion to the head of tho people MEETS AT STEPHENSPORT Program For Union Star District S S Convention April 22 The Union Star district Sunday school convention will bo held at theI Baptist church at Stephensport on April 21i A program for the conven tion has been submitted by Rev 1 U Argabright the president of the die trlt and Miss Betty Mercer theI secretary The convention will beI called to order at 10 oclock for tbt rendition of the program which is ns follows Devotional exercises Rev E M Gibbons Why have a Sunday schoolT B HendersonThe of superintendent B HerndonThe of teachersJohn McCoy Duty of parents Ueo McCubbins Has the church fully realized the importance and possibility of the Sun day schoolRev tLT Lewis Pastors place in the Sunday school and Does much depend on him Rev E B English What is the greatest hinderance to Sunday school workLed by S U Dowell Visitor From Michigan- Mrs H P Dix of Grand Rapids Mich and Mrs Jack Roach of Louisville visited their cousin Sam Dix at Roberts Bottom last week ILUbon Smith was in Owensboro i days the past week FINANCE COMMITTEE PROVIDES FOR FIVE EQUITY WAREHOUSES Tobacco Of Growers Who Really Need Help To Be Handled Here And At IlardinsburgKirk Jolly And Stephensport The Move ment To Be Financed By Same Concern As The Daviess Equit Houses Tile finance committee appointed att the tobacco growers convention at Hardinsburg on April 1 to put on foot a warehouse plan in Breckenridge county similar to that in vogue iin Daviess county has succeeded in ac complishing the work it was empow ered to do Farmers who need help through a warehouse plan because of lack of funds or poor barns can now have their tobacco handled at Clover portHardinsburg Stephenpport Kirkc or Jolly and can receive an advance i on it or notjust as they wish Ex perienced tobacconists have beenI selected by the committee to manage tho warehouses at these places which are so separated as to make it reason ably convenient for every tobacco grower who needs help to make deliveries The warehouses will he fi minced by the Louisville Tobacco Warehouse company which is tho money power behind the Equity ware houses in Uwousboro The terms onI which tobacco will be received and1 handled by tho warehouses are ex plained in a subsequent statement addressed by E B Oglesby a mem ber of the finance committee to the farmers of Brcctccnridge and Hancock countiesUreat credit is due the finance com mittee for what they have accom pUshed in comparatively so short a time through great personal neon veniencc They were very busy not only in the county last week tripis complete tho work of putting the warehouse plan on foot Tbo committee were in Louisville the first thydLouisville warehouse company an in Oweasboro accompanied by several of tho men who are to manage tilej warehouses in the county during thoI hitter part of the week to inspect Equity warehouses there with theIIII they were well pleased TO THE FARMERS OF BRECK ENR1UGE AND HANCOCK COLN TIES Your committee has wade arrange ments to handle your tobucn at the following places and by the following parties and on following terms Messrs Crawford and Squires at Cloverport and Stepbensport John O Riley at Hardinsburg Sbeeran JarLe at Kirk and Lyons Bras at Jolfy Will advance to all who want it 541 on grades A B and C 350 o grade D and 300 on grade H and O leaf and lugs aud 2 00 on good sound merchantable trash On all low grade and nondescript leaf and trash nothing is advanced For these tobHc coes the rehandler receives fitty cent per hundred and gives proceeds toI the grower as soon as returns are made And farmers are advised that the best thing to do with all such is to have it prizes and slipped to- W earhouse and sold as soon as they canThe I rehhndlers are to receive and weigh pick plnrk redry furnish hogeh ad tire and tornado insurance andstorage until November 1 for all of which you lay 1 00 per hundred pounds and tbat money will be ad vanced by the Louisville Warehouse Co same as rest at Q per cent This tobacco is to be graded and classed as taken oil of wagons by a grader appointed and paid by jour committee and a member of the American Society of Equity This tobacco will be intermingled in house but each man in final settlement will be settled with by grade his tobacco is in This settlement will be made oyyour committee and the re handler This tobacco never goes out otII our control until October 1 1000 rehandlers are under bond Your committee would advise than- all farmers bring their tobacco on in good merchantable order and would in vite inspection of the manner of handling I1 this tobacco To the farmer who thinks lie wants to handle his tobacco at homo I would say go to Louisville and see tho class of tobacco being sold by farmers there and how classed and handled Then go tc one of our warehouses nnd see if he cannot readily see that nis tobacco is improved much wore thantho cost ofrehandling again we have contracted ywith those gentlemen to re handle our tobacco and it is only justice to thorn that we give them all the tobacco we can Many farmers have the idea that the advance is all they will ever get out of it Now the man that thinks this is certainly not very consistent for he becomes a dealer and rohand les and redrys and classes this tobac co and holds until buyers want those classes and kinds Just this way the dealer has always done and his mousy has como though taking your tobacco and putting each class to itself and where it belongs and then selling each class to the man that wanted it ana would pay for that class E B Oglesby mem her of finance committee iThe Right Name is DeWitt DeWitfH Witch Hazel Salve cools soothes and heals cuts burns boils bruises piles and all skin diseases K K Zickefooae Adolph W Ya sAys My little daughter had white swelling so bad that piece after piece of bone worked out of her leg De Witts Witch Hazel Salve cured her It is the most wonderful healing salve in the world Beware of counterfeits Sold by all druggists WHAT THE FISCAL- COURT HAS DONE Hardinsburg Ky April 11Spe- caI The fiscal court was in session last weeks John D Ryan was exonerated from lUOGoDr JT Baker was allowed the sum eY 110 50 for nudical1 attention to paupers aud inmates of county jail X80dti cuts tom F Davenport and Ezra Bash am were exonerated from paying poll 10UpSetthiuuenls made with the sheriff F P Payne hy w F Honk special eonmis6ioier of the court fir taxes for the year 1U04 They wore confirmed and ordered to record W K Babes was continued as con missioner and receiver The ccunty levy was fixed at oil+ h teen cents on the oue hundred Minis worth of uroperty assessed for taXI lOll and a poll tax of 150 The levy is divided us follows six cents for the panpor fund six outs for the general expense fund and six cents for tho sinking fund One dollar of the poll 1tax was ordered paidi Into the general thenpoll tax was ordered paid into the road fund On motion of H G Vossells a road tax of lOe on each one hundred dollars worth of property was levied roadstax and Squire Lon Jarboo wanted to incroiss the tax to ISc but the lOc tax was finally levied The salaries of the county officials were allowed for the year at the usual amounts handsIroads of the county four days in the year except that in cases of emergency they may be required to work as many days as necessary S T Smith of Kirk was elected county road supervisor over Gee N Harris J J Savers anti J V St Clair HB is to be allowed 17 a day for each day he is employed He was empowered tn appoint as many din tract supervisors as he deem necessary not however to exceed one for each magisterial Jdistrict All district supervisors are to be paid l150 per day U r J T BaKer was reelected poor house physician for the ensuing year Lee Walls was continued as poorhouse commissioner It was ordered that the proceedings- of this term of court be published in the Breckenridge Democrat IH M Beard was down from Hur Insburg Friday J Home Made Have your cake muffins and tea biscuit homemade They will be fresher cleaner more tasty and wholesome Royal Baking Powder helps the house wife to produce at home quickly and eco nomically fine and tasty cake the raised hotbiscuit puddings the frosted layer cake crisp cookies crullers crusts and muffins with which the readymade food found at the bakeshop or grocery does not compareRoyal greatest of bakeday helps ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK NEW SCHOOL BOOKS SOON New Ruling Affects This County Old Contract to be Canceled Stat Superintendent Fuqua in a circular letter addressed Saturday morning to County School Superinten dents of Kentucky calls their atten tion to a judgment of the Mason Cir cuit Court for 10000 against the American Book Comuauy being the full amount of its bond to counties under the old system and notifies them that it is necessary tho company refusing to renew this bond that all cuntles having such contracts shall cancel them and at cnco substi tote tho books of the State uniform seriesThis ruling will affect the schools of Breckenridge county HS thA Amer ican Book company has refused to renew the bond met tlQnlt above Un der the old contract the schools of the county would continue to use the school booKs of the American book company until 10U7butbecauso of the change effected by the judgment of the Mason county circuit court the State uniform series will be sub stltu ted next tall Rheumatic Pains Quickly Relieved The excruciating pains character istic of rheumatism and sciatica are quickly relieved by applying Chant berlnins Pain Balm The great pain relieving power of the liniment has been the surprise and delight of thousands of sufferers The quick relief from pain which it affords is alone worth many times its cost For sale by Short Haynes t Harry Newsom received on Mon day the pelt of a Mexican lion from his father W W Newsom whose home is at Rnawell 21 M Iil Weve Hired Uncle SamAs our agent to SHOW amt SKII iur cod andI ui nivrtmint through him with us iN better than a G vern L meat lonll this i a jxclalotTering of mens Spring l Suits at 10 andII They are black Thibets for dress andwWorsteds in light medium and dark pUtIII fur business wear They are OUARANTUKI A1rWOOl and made in thoroughly uptodate styles What we auk you to do is to write sad ask for samples and measure liiatik say lug you saw THIS ad in THIS paper Ours is the largest and oldest house in our tine in the SoutR We OWN our building t ntid have done business on the SAME SPOT for over 1ORTY YEAR We sell CLOTHING HATS and FURNISH l INGS for men and boys snOBS for every We PAY KXlRKSS on J5 worth and sent all goods SUIIJUCT TO APPROVAL j Style books for nil Jines free on request Let us hear from 011Ir LEVYSThird LOUISVILLE i JIl 2 WE ARE UNLOADING LUMBER DAILY 11 11At our several yards mil are prepared to supply your wants wIth choice M 1 mIlumber line K j J JP Will Co LUMBERMEN jttJ yyLOUISVILLE KENTUCKY t a r 7 + t L t r Le e u I 0d c r I t a I A t I 1 r t fitfitltiiNe Is ssmt flmSIl seffeIN eee se ffN tf ti iMHtH1MN1t 111NlMNNi I I DRURYS BREEDING STOCKIIi DerimrkaDre1340 N S H R DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE Denmark Dare is a blood bay stallion foaled May 1S9G Sire Chester Dare 10 by Black Squirrel 58 dam Molhe by Kolla Denmark ho by Star Denmark 71 2nd data by Jno Akin horseIhighweight head rood neck the best back you over saw on a horse good legs fine inane and tail and 11beuutiful right This horse goes all the gaits fist and right He is a high school horse and the stallion in the country Standard and registered This horse will be found at my stable one mile cast of Bewloyvillo on Louisville road and will j bo permitted to serve mores at 10 for colts that standup and suck While Denmark Dare is but a youngster he has made a reputation that would do credit to any living stallion as a sire tend we I greatnessBenWashington Respectfully I ICHAS H DRURY Bewleyville Kentucky I effafr foeofief efaefffafff oafefaffaaf f0 f 1111f fefaataff araet111t ffafefar0s1s feafsweaNS1- U II A TRIP FROM FRANCISCO TO MANILA Written in form by I I W D formerly Balltown u MnXlNWM L iI JDec 31 At 0 oclock the camp is awakened by the bule sounding re veille We are up and astir at once for we have all been looking forward to this day some of us with pleasure and great a miny with some degree of for with most of the boys it is the first sea voyage Break tHSt over we sling our haversacks canteens and blanket rolls anti await the command to fall in at 8 o clock The sharp clear voice nf the first sergeant is beard Fall in in the word QuicKly the buttery forms in linn mid is mustered by the captain When all have been found present the captain cfnmuande Right face For ward march Mud wa are off lor the dock Still strong tbe 5th 20th and 28th batteries the last two of which art mountain batteries equipped with three inco Howitze s packed on the blacks of Missouri males but all our equipment h left behind as we take the equipment of the batteries we re lieveA uinrob of about SOU yards brings us to the dock whom we board the r S A transport tender Slocim and are taken to the quartermaster pier At the foot of Folsoiu street whet we oiird the USA Transport Thomas Aa we go aboard we mid that we ArO preceded try 500 unapsigned re cruits who are destined for foreignI service with the various cavalry and infantry regiments in the Philippines A detHchiaeut of sixty wen of the dos fatal corps a number of men return ing from furlough on their way to join their regiments And about thirtyI clrfc UHOhers anti compose souiHtlitug over 1000 ou all told inducing th crew IsI tynuea crowd of curiosity seekers and a few friends sad rlatives are litI the pier to see us off At 12 oclwK sharp the whittle sounds one blast the gangway is hoisted the tines cast ofT and amid much shouting of good byes add waning of huts and handkerchiefs we buck oat into the bay The day la perfect not a cloud to be seen BH we drop down the bay The sight that greets the eye is good to look upon tbe olenr water of the nay almost surrounded by the verdant hills of tbe UoftH Rouge in a comparatively small spot covered ny thi city of Sun Francisco and its environs And over all HU asure sky with the sun almost semitropical in its warmth I We eoou pass Goat leland and a little beyond Alortttaz hland used oily as a military prison aril when languish in durance vile souse 250 con victs serving terms tor punishment of the various crimes committed against I the Uuted Statue government To our right MM Angel Island and Ft Mo Dowell to our Ft Mason and two miles beyond in the Presidio a large military reservation with barracks camps and drill Bounds We glide smoothly onward and in a few min ntts we have on our left Ft Winfleld Scott a large brick fortification built in 1857 and in its day a splen did piece of military engineering out now abandoned The old muzzle load ing cannons are lying about or stacked up like cordwood as they are no longer of service their day being past- A few ah tl frum a modern gun would cause the old walls to fall in to ruinsTo right le a high bluff on vhicr can be seen three immense euns said t be placed at a greater elevation than any const defense guns in the world except two recently mounted on the rock of Gibralter As we go further the shores on either side are lined with a number of batteries of high power guns and mortars some of which cannot be seen from the bay as they are of the disappearing type placed behind hidden embankments of earth and concrete where they are loaded and sighted only riding long enough to irA a 1000 lb projectile aftar which they settle back out of sight 12 55 p m We are now passing through the Golden Gate and out on the broad Pacific At our left side and a little to the rear appears the rock on which the passenger steamer Rio Janeno founded a few years ago with a terrible loss of life The Government is now unilding a lighthouse on this rock to guard against further catastrophic To our right in a high bluff crowned by a lighthouse and to ou loft is a hugh cliff on which is built the fam ous Cliff House At the base of the cliff le the saal rocks on which can be lain seals of the sea lion variety basking themselves In the sun while far to the southward stretches a beautiful bathing beach To the nurth a distance of twevle or fifteen miles can be seen the outline of Mt Taunil paid up the side of wnich runs a- ziizg railway which is said to he the erookedest railway in the world Thtie is a hoteion the summit which commands a tine view of the sur myselt stand on the conntryI and watch the ureIa sadness for we are leaving the landlofcomforted witn the thought that some two years hence we will find cured ves standingnu the bow of some good slrp gazing at the scene which is now drifting lower and lowor to the horizon 2 30 p m We are now passing the Farralone Islands two barren craig jutting out of the water on the lar gest of which is a lighthouse and wireless telegraph station The sea is rather rough and choppy Some of the boys are already leaning over the rail feeding the tienes 580 p in Only the outline ot Mt Tainalpais can be seen now add as we gaze at its hazy outline for the last time we go below to supper and find that not a few of the boys have already gone to their bunks end ninny more are sitting around with a won begone look on their facet and let me tell you if you never saw a human being in tbe lowest aepths of misery you never saw a tuna seasicu I go up on deck to enjoy the fresh air and beautiful night but must sonless that I teal a peculiar sensation It seems though some of my interior ana tomy IB rising altogether too high but I am fighting it hard and think I will win out 080 p m I now undertake toe difficult task ot preparing for bed The trouble is that the deCK seems to come up to wet n descending foot and with equal perversity insists on down when one is expecting it to come up t Jan 1 1005 I am up and astir long before dawn and spend an hour watching our good ship part the waters = as she forges steadily ahead Tne day is fine until about when the sky is vercast with a thin film of clouds and a fairlr strong wind is blowing and the sea is roiling in long heavy swells Still more of the men are seasick Some are wishing the ship would sink or anything would happen BO they could escape their present misery 900 p m In company with a friend I am again on deck The sky is heavy and a stiff gale blowing but the horizon can be seen distinctly An old sailor tells me that as log ns the sky line can be seen there need be no fear of a severe storm We sighted a sailing ship about JU p m We are being followed by a flock of sea gulls which teed on tho refine thrown overboardJan If tho reader will pardon me 1 will give a brief explanation of nautical terms and n few rough points on the c instruction of our ship The right side of a ship is starboard the left port It used to be larboard but that was abandoned because of the similarity of the two names Forward is tint part of the ship in front of the bridge and includes about one third of the ship Aft is that part in rear of the cabin deck awl between fore and nit is amid ship which mclueds tho bridge and cabin deck The bridge serves the same purpose an the pint house on a steam boat it IH the post of the ollic r on watch and the steers man The forecastle is the extreme forward pact of the slip and is used i s quarters for the ores Time Thoimn is 8000 tons burden 4GO feet in length and draws twentynine teat of water She has burned an average of eighty tons of coal a day since leaving San FrancUco She is equipped with dynamos for lighting and coudensolui apparatus for distilling salt water and cold storage aud an ice plant In fact everything is mane as comfortable as circumstances will permit The routine on ship board is as fol lows Hevo lleO iiVW breakfast 080 a m setting up drill 8JOa in guard mount at 0 a m Bipnsl drill at 9 80 a in inspection at 103 a m and dinner at 12 00 In the after noon signal drill at 2 p m supper at 4 Iclock p m and the re mainder of the nay is spent at Ms are This IH a fine day The ship is pitching considerably but causes little discomfort as most of the men have become accustomed to tne motion but yet a few are still wishing themselves at the bottom of Davy Jones lock er There is nothing to be seen but water water everywhere not a living except an occasional guano bird a bird that reminds me of an immense bull bat with the addition of web feet and looks to be aoont the size of n buzzai The wings are narrower but seems to sustain it well in flight rule bird produces most of the commercial fertilizer known as guano which is found in immense deposits on some of the smaller islands ol the PacificJan a Another line day a few broken clouds are seen here and there Sighted a steamer on our starboard side bound eastward too faraway to see who she was We had a number of amateur boxing contests this afternoon which oiused no end of I amusement Some of the contestants displayed cDuaideraole skill but most of them were conspicuous for their awlmr ness The lady pas engers ap peared to enjoy the fun fully as niuon kindly invite our friends and patrons to call and inspect him You must see him to appreciate hisii This famous county Jack for utility mules will bo found at the above mentioned place where he will bo ready for service at 10 for a colt that stands up and sucks BEN is 15 hands high black with tho best bono I over saw on anybodys jack and has proven himself to be a great breeder To the get of Denmark Dare I will rive a premium of SIO for the best general purpose colt To tho get of BEN I will give 10 for the mule colt worth tho most money oA few mares from a distance kept on grass at 150 per month Accidents at owners risk Thanking you for past patronage and hoping for continuation of same I am tsailff aff s1l TFnSAN dairy of apprehension left going noon thing as we I suet two men today whom I had Known and soldiered with in 08 How small this world of ours really is Jan 4 Weather still tine After the routine work of the day was done I spent the afternoon lounging about the deck reading and smoking More boxing contests which were marled by two accidents One Ulan was knOCKed against time rail which cut In gafh in his head Another broke his hand on the head of his opnonent The guard then stopped the boxing for the pre bent I myself think there is too much brutality in it Probably would not think so it I was good with the mitts I once had aspirations in that line but found that there were others wholn addition to their desire for fame had a good stiff solar Alexis for just such cases as mineIJan 1n A heavy rain fell this morning ceasing about 1000 a in The sun thou came out shining brightly The afternoon was fine The boys are lounging about in groups some talk ingothers leading or writing 8 p in A heavy rain is tilling and the sea is running high I experienced a delightful sensation by leaning over the rail and looking out over the wat er A emalll group of men leave gath ered under an awning and are singing some plantatio i melodiesainong I hear Down on the Suwaree whicbI Dixie and My Old Kentucky Home I oticed a young lad today who seem ed to ba suffering fro 11 homesickness in a very severe form It sometimes causes death Of course it must have a namefio the doctors call it nastolgia I have seen a great deal of it the army where there are BD mum young men who for the first time have broken loose from the influence of home and mother A case of measles made its ap pearance today Jan G List night was the roughest we have had yet I was awakened at least half a dozen times by the noise of articles rolling about the deck The sea was so rough today that we could not set up the tables so we had to eat without them as best we could 900 p m The wind has abated con Bideratly I hope it will be calm to morrow as we expect to reach Honolu Ilu Two cases of meaHles today I am afraid we will be quarantined at Honolulu and will not be permitted ashore If so I will be greatly die appointed as I have heard that It is such a beautiful place and I am very anxious to see it I Jan 7 This has been a perfect duy Sky clear and air balmy Have made good time and expect to reach Honolulu some time tonight I could learn the hour we are exrected to arrive by asking a member of the crew but I suppose their patience Is taxed to the utmost by such questions so I refrain from asking anyone At 8 oclock p m we mat the army transport Sherman returning from Manila One thing that surprises me greatly iis the scarcity of fish in sight Have not seen a single one myself but soinn of the boys tell me that IIhy have seen a few flying fish I have not seen even an albatross today I will close for today und go on deck fo a passIJan 8 At ji a m I am up astir to see what is going on and find that we are lying to n the offing of the bay The lights of Honolulu can be seen In front of us while to our right is promoItory one an active volcano but long since extinct As the dawn begins to appear we steam in towards the pier LveryboUy is now on deck taking in the beauty of the surrounding scene Wo line tho rail and push and crowd each other good natnredly for points of vantage The sun is just rising I think 1 it is one of the most beautiful sunrises I ever saw but it would be impossible for me to discribe it po I will not trybnt I hear manyexclama tlons of delight which would DO un called for by an ordinary sunrise A sail boat comes sKimming toward us followed by a steam launch As thoy come nearer it proves tc be the pilot and health officer of the port The rail boat Is manned by swarthy muscularlooking Kanaka who han dlo her with what seems to me great skill Both officers cone aboard and after a brief inspection of the hospital the yellow flag at our mast head comes fluttering down which means that all- is well and that we will be permit ted to go ashore We breathe freely once more for we were afraid thatl the ship would be quarantined The pilot takes his post on the bridge and we feel our way slowly toward the pier On arriving I go ashore at once in company with two friends I hunt up the postoffice mail some letters and then begin to look for the points of interest Honolulu the capi tal of the Hawai an group in located on the island of Oahn and contains about twentyfive thousand inhabi tants It has every appearance of a modern city an excellent street railway system banks schools and churches and in fact all that gora to mane an uptodate city excepting places of anmsomaut There is one opera house but it is seldom used as such places do not pay because of the large Ariatio population I saw a number of saloons out not as many as are usually found in an American city of this size One of the first things that caught my eye was the name Kentucky Saloon spread out over the side of a building I am alwajs dad to see tho name of that dear old state but would rather see it serving a more honorable and useful purpose We first visited the palnco of King Kamehyuehalt is a fine struo taro built ot stone of coral formation The main entrace ia set off by a row of massive columns and a bronzes tatue of Kamehanelm stands in front ot the main entrance The palane is used as n public building We next visited tbe palace of Queen Lilukulan ni tho lust ruler of the house of Kauiehaneha who was deposed by the whites during the revolution The islands aa you all know were annex ed to the United States in 98 We next boarded a street car which took us through the business portion of tbe city and out into the resident didtrjct which Is one continuous flow er gardenflowers shrubbery and trees all growing in unending profusion among which I sa r the coconut and date palms the hanyan and ba nana treoi The routes took us along the beach for some distance About tw miles out we Mt the car and walked tbrau h Kapiolani park be yomt winch lay Camp McKInley where two companies of U SCoast Artillery are stationed Wo took dinner with the 92nd Co and after a short stay again took a walk through the park iWo paid a visit to the aquarium where I saw what is said to be one of the finest collections of fish In tho world I never believed it possible for fish to exist In such grotesque forms One had a face for all the world like a baboon another a lace and head like a bulldog one with a touchleathery looking skin covered with spikes like a porcupine and dozens of others I would like to mention but I am afraid the reader is already out of patience so there are only two others that I will mention and tneso un doubtedly you have all seen or heard about the outupns or devil fish and the shark Tho devil fish dont belie ehis name for of all ucanny ana horrid he surely is the ugliest He is com posed of a soft snlrnylooking mass without any particular form with a pair of bulging eyes whioh actually stick out so far that they could oo knocked cff with a stick and if I re member correctly SIX long feelers or tentacles reaching out in aa many directions and each one of them arm ed with numberless small suckers for holding his victim Draw a picture of this in your mind and you have the octopus in all his ugliness The shark was a fins specimen about ten feet in length He was kept in a tank of water a out four teet in depth and about twentyfive feet in length I watched him about half an hour and during that time he was never still for one moment but was continually swimming around and around The keeper told me that they do not thrive- n captivity as they soon wear them selves out swinimig and lashing abont the tank The dav was drawing to a close when wo left the aquarium and walked down the drive toward Diamond Head passing on the way some very fine residences among them the hOme of Claus Spreokleu the sugar king We soon reached time lighthouse at the point of Diamond Head and after listening awhile to the surf coating on the rOOKS we retraced our steps and soon found ourselves at home on the transport thor ngbly tired out To be continue1 A Fortune For You If you want money write for my book which I will send free for a short tine to all desiring it Time impor tant problems of successful money making are explained showing how millionaires became rich The book is especially interesting as you can do1 the same when you Know how It tells how you may make large sums of money with limited capital and how you may become independent whether your income ia largo or small Attractive Interesting Profit able My book was written especially tor tho o who desire to better their financial conditlonltI gives fact which may help you make money and way be the basis of a fortune Mr book will bo sent free though doing this will cost thousands ot dollars My ob ject is not to make a profit from its sale Time man who catches opportuni ty by the forotop is ahead of the fel low who endeavors to get hold of tho tail I may never make this offer again James Vlok Land Title Bldg Philadelphia Pa- Louisville Wants Fair Louisvilles five principal cornier cial organizations want the State Fair to be held in that city this year fl i ib il 1 a 22- i I 2I i 1- I J r 4 dl41 1 fr i I y I j 1 r hI Ie jN j jy t r t t1oJ IiL i r i f z lrz J 1 I t t ti ti i 1Rr- jj 4 i1 r The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY April 12 1005 FIFTH SUNDAY MEETING Subjects Baptist Ministers Are To Speak On At lutes Run April 28 The following is tho programme of tho Fifth Snndnv Meeting of Breokon Bridge Association which will oe hold at Bites Run church beginning on Friday April 28th 1905 at 2 oclock p mHow may the light iu a Christian become darkness and tho result of such darknessS O Christian Necessity of teaching our people the distinctive doctrines of BaptistsD- B Clapp Importance of enlisting tho membership of our churches in the sorriceand How can we enlist themJ T Lew- Is Importance of studying tho Bihle and How can wo got our people to study the BibloE B English How can wo mako our prayer meet ings more interesting and edifying M P Compton Aro Baptists loyal to our churches If not why notJ F Morton Importance of reaching the non churchgoers and How can wo reach thomJ 1 F Wmohell Sermon Sunday at 11 a m by D B Clapp Mission Board meets Saturday at 1 p m Every member of tae Board ought to ho there wo have important business D B Clnpp E B EnglishCommittee II have used Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets with most satisfac tory results says Mrs F L Phelps Huston Texas For indigestion bilio usness and constipation these tablets are most excellent Sold by Snort S Hayncs ChenaultMcCoy- Miss Beulah McCoy end Mr Wil hamt Chenault were married Sunday afternoon at three oclock at the homo of the brides aunt Mrs W H PewI berton at Tell City Indiana After the ceremony they left for tho grooms homo in Cannelton where an elegant supper was served to them and their friends Tho bride is tho second daughter of Mr and Mrs A N McCoy of Union Star and a sister of Miss Cora McCoy teacher of tho primary department in our graded school Tho bride was a frequent vis itor here and took her sisters place iu tho schoolroom for weeks at a time upon several occasions and made many warm friends during her visits hereTne groom is a prosperous and ener getic young man of Cannelton Indi ana The young couple have many friends here who extend good wishes for a happy and prosperous future West Pont cor Elizabethtown News HAS STOOD filE TEST 25 YEARS Tho old original GROVES Tasteless Chill Tonic You Vnow what you are taking It Is ion and quinine In a tasteless form No euro no pay We Move into East End Naco Lewis moved from the West End last week to tho Walters proper ty in the East End which he recent ly purchased at commissioners sale Referred To Oil Lights- It was stated in tho News list week that tbo city council had ordered the lamplignter to bo present at the next Thedfords BlackDraught comes nearer regulating tho entire system and keeping tho body in health than any other medicine made It is always ready in any emergency to treat ailments that are frequent in tt indigestionbiliousness ti L stomach nche- sThcdfords I BlackDraught is the I standard neverfailing remedy for I stomach bowel liver and kidney R troubles It is a cure for tho domes ffi tic ills which so frequently summon I the doctor Itis as good for children L as it is for grown persons A dose of this medicine every day will Boon I euro tho most obstinate caso of dyspepsia 1 or constipation and when E taken as directed brings quick relief I PANVnLCntDc023lC02 Thedfords BlackDraught has Ixtil our R for UTO yours and wo wout Pi no other When any of ui fool badly wo is tako a doss and aro all right in twelve If hours Wo bavo spout lots of money for I doctor blue but glitf With Dlack Ask your dealer for p package of Thedfords BlackDraught and if ho does not keep It send 25c to Tho Chattanooga Jlcillclno Co Chattanooga Tcnn and a package will bo mailed to you I WINCHESTER New Rival Black Powder Shells are made for good spooling and good shooters shoot them There is no guess work when your gun has a New Rival in the chamber for its the kind of shell that can always be depended upon to shoot where the gun is held New Rival shells are surefire give good pattern and pene tration and cost but little more than cheap inferior makes ORDER THEM AND TAKE NO OTHER meeting and snow cause why the gaso line street light thut the city had been testing does not give satisfaction The order referred to tho oil street lamps and not to the gasoline lamp Tne er ror was tho result of a misreading of the minutes of the council meeting READ TillS Bowling Green Ky June 12 1001 Dr ErW Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir We have been selling your Texas WonderHalls Great Discovery for two years and can reoommenl It to any one suffering with any Kidney trouble as being the best remedy we have ever soIl Yours truly W C Morris t Co A TEXAS WONDER One small bottleot the Texas Won der Halls Great Discovery cures nil kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emissions weaK and lame backs rhen 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 spnt by mail on receipt of fl One small bottle is two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer P O Box 620 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggists Address Tobacco Growers Owensboro Ky April 7 Congress man John Wesley Gaines of Tenn essee and Congressman A 0 Stanley of the Second Kentucky district ad dressed a large meetinir of tobacco growers at the courthouse this after noon They aroused enthusiasm and it is thought their speeches will en courage tho farmers to hold their crops Tonight thoy left for Slanght orsville Webster county where tbey will address a meeting tomorrow Forget About Your Stomach If your digestion is bad the vital organs of your body are not ted and nourished as they should be They grow weaK and invite disease Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests whah you eat cures indigestion and all stomach troubles You forget you have a stomach from the very dav 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 Atr beret Minn aaysI have taken a great many remedies for indigestion but have found nothing equal to Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Kodol digests wnat you eat cures Indigestion Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Belching Heartburn and all Stomach Troubles Its preparation IB the result of many years of research Sold by all druggists Has A Bright Future It is now Judge Henry DoHaven Moorman The former Owensboro boy received tho Democratic nomination for county judge of Breckenridge county at Hardinsburg last Saturday He is a young attorney of much abil ity and has a bright future before him He began tho study of law in this city in tho office of Miller ife ToddOwensboro Messenger Entertains For Miss Bowmer Mrs Gray Haynes entertained a few frieiids iu honor of Miss Marian Bowm er of Cloverport last evening at her home ou East Fourth street Thurs days Owensboro Messenger Has Important Meeting The young mens club recently or ganized had an important business meeting Thursday evening It is ex pected that the nombtrahip which snow about twenty will soon bo in creased Hunt Site Purchased Frankfort Ky April 6The State Capitol Commission today took over tho Hunt situ on which the new cap- Itol will bo built payiug 32000 for the ground UculuM and Eccentricity You cant have genius without eccentricity That may be so but Ive noticed that its possible to have a good deal of ec centricity without much geniusChi cago RecordHerald When you notice a vague accusation you give It a reality and turn a shadow Into substance Bulwer Iliilr Growth It is a curious fact that a boys hair grows onehalf slower than a gins In boys the average rate of growth i three feet the Niches In six years being an average of018 inch a day During the twentyflrst andI twenty fourth years a mans hair grows quick er that at any other period It takes an eyelash twenty weeks to reach a length of 421I Inch and then its life Is from 100 to 150 days IJy Weans of a camera the wink of an eyelid hits been measured and It was found that twenty winks can be made In four seconds The Top of the Ladder There Is plenty of opportunity for superior talents The top of the ladder of success otters plenty of standing room and Invites guests The lower part only Is fearfully crowded There Is no excuse for the universal wall of lack of opportunity for there Is no lack The trouble lies with the de maids laid upon those who aspire to first place One thing Is certain there Is no quarter for the whluer and precious little encouragement for those who do not care to work with might and main Chicago Journal An Overnight of Nature It Is desirable to exclude light and sound but while wo have eyelids no apparatus for closing the cars Is known save I believe In certain ani mals which Inhabit the sea and whose ears are of small auditory Importance In these days when noises of all kinds more or less nerve wrecking assail the ears by night as well as by day one may be pardoned IIf he sighs wearily for ear lids London Academy A Wlllliijc Worker liMa what are the folks In our church gcttln up u subscription for To send our minister on a vacation to EuropeAn there be no church while hes gone No preachln services I guess Ma I got 123 saved up In my bank Can I give that Cleveland Leader Thermometers safeguard towards maintaining an equable temperature in tho house a source of satisfaction when the frost is on the window pane timid you are curious to know how cold it is outsider 0 have just the thing you want In addition to the thermometer there goes with it a color barometer which foretells all wo lithe changes from 12 to 2i hours in advance Send us 25 cents and wo will send you one by mail post paid Or better still send us a dollar for a years subscription to the NKWS and wo will send you one free Wo only have a limitednum ber of these Send your order at once and get one before they are all gone- J D BABBAGE Editor BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KY THE SOUTHWEST A GRAND COUNTRY FOR HOMO SEEKERS AND INVESTORS EXCURSION RATES TWICE A MONTH Arkansas Louisiana amid Texas offer the greatest inducements for persons desiring to own their own homes Cheap laud producing almost any thing that can be grown anywhere mild climate g od schools good water healthful surroundings and a grow ng Rdvnutope1Uuexcelled and vegetables for early markets Laud that can be bought for 5 to lo per acre can be mode to yield 100 to 200 per acre in orchard and truck farm First mud third Tuesdays of each month we will soil homeseekcrs tickets from Memphis and Cairo at one fare plus 200 for the round trip April 4th and 18th special low round trip ratesless than one way fare 1500 and less from Memphis and Cairo to points in Texas Low rates in proportion from points east of Memphis and Cairo Literature descriptive cf above country and information about rates will e mailed upon request LOSCHAEFERTPA Cotton Belt Route Cincinnati 0 FLOUR CERTAINLY SCARCE A Louisville Commission Merchant Couldnt Fill 5Barrcl Order That Louisville has grown greatly in the past half century as a flour market is evidenced by the fact that at one tune an order from a merchant in this city for live barrels of flour was only partially tilled by n commission meruhiint in that city who was not able to find the lull amount in the cityTho local merchant who made the order was tho Into Samuel Heist and the Louisville dealer was J E Hay nes A letter from Mr Heist to Mr HaynesHtating that the order in ques tion could not be filled is in the pos session of the formers nephew Mar ion J Heist of Henderson formerly of thus city Samuel Hoist supplied the country around hero with flour at tho tine as there was no flour nun hero then The letter in question reads as fol lows Louisville Ky Jan 12 1840 Mr S Heist Bought of J E Haynes btrocerics Produce and Commission Merchant No 401 Mainstreet 2 bbls flour if 850 Cr By cashffOOODe-ar SirAbove I send you a bill of two barrels flour I will send you tho balance of your order if I can get it by next trip It not as soon as I can Flour is ve y scarce hardly a supply for city trade I think it will be more plentiiul in a few days I also have entered you a credit for money received Yours very respectfullyJ Hear All All persons who have Catarrh Asth ma Bronchial or Throat Troubles should use Paracamph It relieves instantly and contains no opium or morphine Returns From Florida Mrs Eliza Blaine returned from Florida to her nome in Stepheusport last week She spent the winter at Jacksonville and St Augustine and retorts a very pleasant vlitIHigh Pressure Days Men and women alike have to work incessantly with brain and hand to hold their own nowadays Never were the demands ot business the wants of the family the requirements of SOle ty moro numerous The first effect of the praisewortny efforts to keep up witn all these things is commonly seen in a weakened or debilitate condition of tho nervous system which results in dyspepsia defective nutrition cf both body and brain and in extreme cases in complete nervous prostration It is clearly seen that what is needed is what will sustain the sjsteni give vigor and tone to the nerves and keep tho digestive and assimilative functions healthy and naive From personal knowledge we can recom mend Hoods Sarsaparilla for this parr pose It acts on nil the vital organs builds up the whole system and fits men and women for tnese highpres sure days ASHVILL NaC Center of the Beautiful Land ofthe SkyI plntllIlItJwtwo thousand feet ahoy the plof the sit Situated in timet most favorable por tion of the temperate in Tho official Government records of time climate of Western North Carolina which are unimpeachable evidence give time fol lowing averages Spring 534 degrees F Summer 7072 degrees 1F Autumn 53 IS degrees I1 Winter 3SS7 degiees F With n mean for tho whole year of 5115 degiTos F mid IL mum relative humidity of but 05 per cent A Natural Inrndigu where all human ills find quied relief Reached only by the Southern Railway For Laud of tho Sky booklet Sum mer Heaort folder etc Send twocent stamp to C H HUNGERFORD riiIat Paw Agt- LOUISVILLE KY GEO B ALLEN Asst Gen PM Agt ST LOUIS MO Kentucky Crop Report The lost report i8stt1l by Commission er of Agriculture Vreelard states Wheat condition 00 per cent oats H2 per cent sowed condition including winter oats 00 per cent condition of rye 03 per cent of hurley tobacco sold April 1 63 per cent per cent of dark sold SO 110 + 0 + + + + ++ + Bank of Hardinsburgt OFFICERS B F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier DIRECTORS + Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lne Green C Vic Robertson B F Beard J Dr A N Kincheloe D S Richardson i Insured against loss by fire or burglary iiInterest paid on time deposits N + + NO+ + + N + + + + is The Breckinridge Bank Cloverport Ky Cap tal Stock 45100 Surplus 7000 Incorporated Organ ltd n 1872 W II BOWMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier DR F L LIGHTFOOT VPres CIIAS B SKILLMAN Asst Cashier Accounts of Firms Individuals and Corporations solicited Any business entrusted to us will receive prompt and cniehil attention Storage place for packages in our fireproof vault furnisbedour customers free NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS Interest paid on time deposits sme ss uNm u First State Bank IRVINGTON KY VitPHEideutIIIAccount of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited I Interest Paid on Time Deposits eet + 4THE j Fifth Avenueit 1 HOTEL i Louisville KyI1 1 PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr r = oTL J Ind u = The most located and hotel In city making a J200 rate one from district and two prlnclpali tho theatres cars pass door to all of 1 neat and cleun I 1 +4 iiDAN BROOKS CO- t ii LIVE STOCK Zt COMMISSION fiERCHANTS i i iii p I niou imu TO trmiK You CanGAS99- In OIL COAL Keep Your abundance1 1 in Indian1 Territory I ystomI for In Cheap tickets are sold to TulsaInla and other points in M Southwest April 4th laid isth AskA HILTON G P A L sT Lor IS Stylish Comfortable Tailor made clothes All the latest patterns for suits duel trousers in high grade fabrics Clothes Marie modern methods Fit guaranteed Moderato prices Ex port tailors employed II HUNSCHI3 Casper May Co Oanneltoti HALES h = icentrally only flrstcliiss the Only block the shopping principal i Street the parts tho city- Everything 771 0O rote t- In tho MO by V G BABBAGE AttorneyatLawt PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR Many years experience in set tling estates All collections reas onable Cloverport Kentucky lOne Minute Cough Cure Coughs Colds and Croup u Saniords Fine Inks 6 MucilageI- nI full itsfeortincnts of bandysize bottle Library curd photo paste to hoot JNO D BABBAGE School books etc VEGETABLE SICILI- ANHairRenewer 1 I Always restores color to gray hair all the dark rich color it used to have The hair stops falling grows long and heavy and all dandruff disappears An elegant dressing u tfaE2c5JSi Wa 1I t fJu I w aJ kr b f w A y n at J trir n I tI c h c 0- t I I ii vS i c i i r- a y f I a t 1 BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D end V G BABBAQE tl editors and Proprietor Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price f100 a year or 1125 if paid at the end of year CARDS OF THAN lS over five lines charged or at the rate of 10 rents per line OBITUARIES charRed for at the rate Of 5 ClOts per line Money In advance Examlnn the Inbel on your paper If It 1 Is nit correct lease notify us When ordering a change In the address Bubscrlbcrs should give their old us well a tbe now address EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY April I12 100- 3ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR JAILER are authorized to announce W THull WE Kockvule for the olllco of Jailer of Breckenrldpe county subject to the action of tho ItouuDllcun party Dr E M Bewley was up from Penrod last week visiting his aid home and kinsmen at Guston and Irvington The doctor is looking halt hearty and prosperous The excursion on the branch Saturday April 22 will be personally conducted by Mr Garrett assistant passenger agent His presence on the train will insure good order and ia comtortable seat Ten coaches will be provided Col Harry Soiniuers ot Elizabeth town will be at Irvington next Sat urday and deliver an address to the district Sunday school convention which meets there Col Sommers is a mighty fine man and a good speaKer and he will have a treat for that convention Everybody who can should be there to hear hum The Hon Charles Blanford has all he can do now taking care of his littl lambs to the number of near 100 dropped from seventy five ewes He says hes got lots of turnip greens hogs jowl and an old ham or two subject to the order of his friends And later on hell have spring lamb and mint sauce If we sad all these good things wo would be happy Vic Robertson is a boy atter out own heart He believes in progress aid improvement Tneold fair ground property lately purchased by him is growing into a thing of beauty an- is a joy to every one that passes by- It In a few years no blnegrass farm will approach it in beauty and fer tility Vic is doing a great work for tbis community He is building wiser thun he knows ana hes not only helping himself but bis neighbor as well A great stock depot for Breckonridgc county thats his ide And its a good one A grand clearing house for stook where a farmer who has u good animal of any kind can go and find- a buyer and wnero men from a dis tance ran come and find what tJwy want This is business and it is ia business that helps everybody It was just last week that a buyer from Indiana dropped in here picKed up a oar load of horses trout Vie and wont home well pleased with his purchase That man will come bark again and his coming will help us all Wo tip our heat to Vic and his energy and enterprise Rheumatism is Due To a good many causes Jt may liavi coma as a result of your work It may have come from exposure on thi battlefield but no matter what the cause it cite be instantly relieved bj tbe free use of Paracmph This won derful remedy opens the pores of the skin induces sweating stimulates the circulation thereby amoving the congestion and drawing out all fever soreness and inflammation Try a bottle tiday and be convinced Fine Breeding Stock We call the attention of the breeders of tine stock in this county to the ad lll Humors Arc impure matters which tho skin liver kidneys and other organs can not take caro of without help there iio such an accumulation of them They litter tho whole system Pimples boils eczema and other eruptions loss of appetite that tired feeling bilious turns fits of indiges tion dull headaches and many other troubles aro duo to them Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Remove all humors overcome all their effects strengthen tone and Invigorate tho whole system I had salt rhoum on my bands so that I could not work I took Hoods Sarsaparilla and It drove out the humor I continued Its use till the sores disappeared MBS IRA O BROWN Rumford Falls Me Hoods Sarsaparilla promises to euro and keeps tho promise Nasal CATARRHIn Elys Cream Balm cleanses soothes and heals the diseased membrane It cures catarrh and drives awaj a cold In the head nnllllv noetrlleepreaCover the membrane and Is absorbed Relief Islzn mediate and a euro follows It Is not drylngdoei not produce sneezing Largo Size 80 cent atDrug gilts or by mall Trial Size 10 cents ELY BROTHERS 68 Warren Street New York vertisements of U H Drurj and Beauchamp x Beard in this iissue There is not a more important entc prise to tho farmers ot Breckenndg county than the breeding of tine horses and mules To raise fine horses it- very IS important to have good sires Mr Drurys stock needs no coinmendatio trom us It speaks for itself in tha large number of tine colts to be seen all over tin county Beauchamp Beard have lately purchased one of the finest of stallions and a thorough bred animal with all the qualities that Igo to maka up a foundation for a nice Inie of colts This horse IS as hand some as a pcturo and brings with him a reputation second to none in the county These men deserve a fiber patronage from our people Uoot iiorses and good mules are always in demand at good pi ices It costs no more to raise a good colt than it does a poor one and our advice is to raise good ones- Chamberlains Cough Remedy the Best and Most Popular Mothers buy it tor croupy children railroad men buy it for severe cough and elderly people buy it for 1 la grippe say Moore Bro3Eldon Iowa We sell more of Chamberlains Coup Remedy than any other kind It seen to have taken the lead over several other good brands There is no question but this medicine is the bes that can be procured for coughs and colds whether it be a child or an adult that is afflicted It always cures and cures quickly Sold by Short 5 Haynes Mattingly Specials Mattincly Ky April 11Spoo- iAI A house near Hardins school house which belonged to Norvin Miller and was occupied br N Shafer was burned last week Most of thi contents were saved Joe Mullen has sold his farm on Tar creek to John Matthews for fl 300 and Mr Matthews has sold a farm to Tom Ryanot Plsgah for 800 Last wees Miss Emma Mattingly hip was dislocated and one of her limbs broken in two pintos by jumping trom a buggv Her horse hadI become frightened and was unmanagei able Her sister jumped but escapee l injury Drs Howard and Kincheloi set the broken members oaS TORIABe- are the The Kind You Have Always Bough Signature 01 ct tMATTINGLY Roscoe Lesley has moved on Remu Pates farm W B Taul and wife have movedl into our town Nobe Pate hpd a fine horse to dieI one day last week Bam Bivinot Tar Fork moved to Tell City last week Samuel Lasley has charge of the post office at this place C B Pate of Cloverport was In our town ono day last week Mrs Mace Hawkins visited her parents Mr and Mrs Len Pate las Sunday John Miller of Now Bethel visited his sister Mrs Mildred Hawkins last Sunday Excursion on the Brancn Saturday April 22 1 tor the round trip al stationsForrest Campbell who has baen in West Virginia for the past ten months has returned home Samuel Brickey who has been in Evansville for the past three weeks ban returned home Mrs Milly Pate who has been ser- Iously ill at the home of her son Romus Pate is better Mrs Alfred Hawkins and little twin girls are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs U B rate at Cloverpoit this week Carl Perkins of Beechfork has beet visiting his brothers Richard and Will Perkins at Cloverport the pas week Tho local union of A S of E met at the Mattingly schoolhouse last Sat urday night Several new member were enrolled Poor louse Burned Hardinsbnrg Ky April 1ISpo salFire was discovered in tht southeast room npstairdof the connt poor house about half past 5 oclocn Thursday afternoon By the time the crowd gathered any attempt to save the building was seen to be useless But all the contents of the house except tho furmsnings of tha room where the tire originated were saved Bv heroic efforts the fire was confined toi one building and tho two other hous es in the yard only a few feet dis tant were saved The county carried no insurance on the property and Its a total loss as it was a frame building It will cost the county iat least 1000 to replace the property Judge Matthias Miller has not yet decided when he will call the fiscnl court together to take steps to rebuild GARFIELD S 7 Gray was in Louisville part- of last week Verner Mattingly will leave for Colorado in a few daj s Rufus Gregory of Eveleigh visited his brother Tom Gregory Monday Hawkins Smith wife and children visited in Irvington Saturday and Sun dayT A Bray is erecting a new implement house in connection with his storeDell Spnngate went to Fordsville Wednesday to visit his daughter Mrs Eflie Haynes Mrs Laura liridwell of West Point visited Virgil Smith and wife Satur day and Sunday Get ready for the excursion on the Branch Saturday April 22 Sl for the round trio all stations Mrs Henry Skillman and Miss Blanche Olaycomb of Basin Bprng visited Mrs Sallie Earned Monday Miss Nannie Board has returned home after a visit ot several weeks duration to friends in Irvington and LouisvilleMiss Johnson will leave soon for an indefinite visit to her brother in Colorado who has been there sever al years for his health Not Going To Louisville Hardinsburg Ky April 11pec- ia Gen A J Gross of Holt WRS m town Saturday He says that the report that he is to sell out and reo move to Louisville is all a mistake and that he will reside on his farm as I long as be lives I Dont Take Any Chances On having bloodpoisoning or ugly sdars from a Bnrn Cut or Bruise 3but use Paracamph freely It relieves instantly and it heals quickly thereby saving you time worry and money Paracamph heals without drying and scabbing Every mother should keep a oottle in her home I eevery day in the year The Best Kind of News Because much of the space usalh devoted to news is filled with adver tiseinents this weeK no one should be disposed to have a kicK coming Advertising is the best rind of news for it is the kind that is worth something to you because the merchant who advertises is the merchant who is up todate and the one you want to buy from A Fair Proposition It you suitor from Piles Eczema or Sum Diseases go to your druggist nd get a bottle of Paracamph use It HS directed It yon are not satisfies with the results go back and get you money Miss Clara McKauglin Dead Stephensport Ky April 11Spe- olalMiss Clara McKaughn diet Sunday about noon of a complication of diseases She is survived by a brother Estill McKaughn and two sisters Miss Lillian McKaughn Bolt of St Louis and Mrs Frank Blaine The funeral was held Monday at 2 oclock Partially Recovered Judge W D Holt who was stricken with paralysis at Jacksonville Flaoi March 21 has partially recovered the use of hit leftside which was affected by the stroke the fourth in his lifetime He has recovered the use of hit left arm to some extent since beiui removed at his home at H- olt4yers When the nerves are weak everything goes wrong You are tired all the time easily discouraged nervous and irritable Your cheeks are Sarsaparillapale Your doctor says you are threatened with a nervous breakdown He orders this grand old family medicine tor innri t hllll VII t era I fine ned ATIT Satan sriila In my fitnlly It It n urmiil tonic lit all thus and a w ilrfttl nu ilicliif tar lin pare hllldI1 C HOLT Vivt llnvvii tmni JliW a Imttle T c AVKIt Id All ilriuirNtn and 0rLance Weak Nerves AyorsPills 25 YEARS OF- AGONY ENDED Boston Business Man Cured ByCuti cura of Awful Humor Covering Head Neck and Shoulders After Hospital and Doctors Failed I Under date of September 9 1904 Mr S P Keyes a wellknown busi ness man of No 149 Congress Street Boston luass saysIf Cuticura did wonders for me For twenty five years I suf fered agony from aterrible humour completely cover ing my head neck and shoulders discharging mat ter of such offen sivenrfss to sight and smell that to my menus and even to my wife I became an object of dread At large expense I consult ed the most able doctors far and near Their treatment was of no avail nor was that of thehospital during six months efforts I suffered on and concluded there was no help for me this side of the grave Then I heard of some one who had been cured by Cuticura and thought that a trial could do no harm In a surprisingly short time I was completely cured CUTICURATHE SETl Complete Treatment for Every Humour Rote Pimples- to Scrofula Bathe the affected parts with hot water and Cuticura Soap to cleanse the surface of crusts and scales and soften the thickened cuticle dry without hard rubbing and apply Cuticura Ointment freely to allay itching irritation and inflammation and soothe and heal j and lastly take Cuticura Resolvent Pills to cool and cleanse the blood A single set is often sufficient to cure the most tor turing disfiguring skin scalpand blood humours with when all else fails- CntkuraSapQlnuneW ndPithareold throughout the world Potter IInig It Chun Curt Sale ProprMoil llotxn nOIlIl for flow to Cure Every Humour Tar Springs Sold Again The Tar Springs property near this city has been sold again this time for 3000 and to Chicago parties It is understood It is said tnat the new owners intend to improve and operat the Springs but as tbe deal is being conducted as secretly as possible It is not definite just what they intend to do Rev E Barnes of Ramsey Ill who has been visiting his sister Mrs J J Dyer preached at the Methodist church Sunday mornin and evening Heavy hail fell here two nignt s during the past we- ekoarrrsrrrtrrrrrrrr rrrrrrrt- w w If its Something t I UptoDate You Are V J I Wanting in 1 I Millinery Goods j L aAtare not only the very latest but the prices are the prices L that please 1 also carry a t tine line o- fLadies7t Skirts r t My line of goods this sea- sonJ is the1 nicest 1 ever had r Jo anti I nm now ready for cus tomors rr Mrs P McCoyI- rvington Ky d- S JI tA iIAAitA ARA A A A AAA+ tiIitA A 1AA ArJ MNNNNNNONN 1N EasterMillinery I MillineryA Line I We are now opening our new stock of Easter millinery We take great pride in this new display of hats trimmed and untrimmed They are all new shpaes and new colors and no other house show a greeter variety to from We invite the women canIIthis community to call and our new line We trim your to suit you and trim the price well Our readytowear hats were never prettier or more stylish in their beautiful ribbons and fancy feathers Dont send away from 4 home We are here to please and save you that trouble and youii penseYours truly 4 NANNIE GHILDS jj- GUSTON KY i N6NN NNN N N ta1 e Subscribe for the NEWS aNNONrD a Big SpringKy in 1iiraphsCabinet Hall Cabinet 200 1 Quarter Cabinet St150 i Larger sizes in propnrlion High class work Sittings at any PhotographerOOO- CXDOOOCXXXDOOOCXXXXXXXXXXD 7Ii W A IV DENTIST t Satisfaction guaranteed TH Patronize your home dentist fj- jft Office over Klncheloe1 Drug Store M X HARDINSBURU ivttiII J Latham Established 1898 VINE GROVE HARDIN COUNTY KY Chronic Diseases Treated Successfully CHARGES MODERATE Rational Harmless and Satisfying Methods of Treatment NNeNeevcsAfeeeeotaeeflei H MEYER GENERAL MERCHANT i tep N tiNfIt1M Big Ky This is the glad Easter time No other time of the year brings such glad tidings of great joy And we catch the spirit of the time and rejoice with those who rejoice We are glad for the reason that we can contri bute to the pleasure of our customers in the great display of our spring and Easter opening of Millinery and Dress Goods Trimmed Hats Womens Outer Garments Coats Suits Skirts and Costumes While this is truly the Easter season and the buying of hats is the thing uppermost in the hearts of our dear women customers we have not lost sight of the fact that the substantials of life go along with the dain ties Therefore we have provided and have many things in store for the every day needs of our customers For instance if you want to adorn your house and give it a bright cheerful look we can furnish you with Wall Paper Carpets and Rugs to do it And theres our Clothing Hats and Shoes for men old and young in a great variety of styles and prices In fact we believe and know that no house in this section is better equipped to supply your general wants than your humble servant Let us impress upon you the fact that an early examination is what you want to get the pick of the stock Yours for good cheer IL MEYER BIG KY uNN NNrt NlNNiN 1NrN New Goods for Spring and Summer Voiles Taffetas Dimities Ginghams rIo airs Silks and Waistings A FINE ASSORTMENT OF MATTINGS AT POPULAR PRICES V G BABBAGE SONS Cloverport Kentucky Ir To Cure a Cold in One Take laxative cromo Quinine Tablets Seven Million boxes sold past 12 months This Signature tim- eWBOELZE Walker Sanitarium r3 Spring SPRING Lawns I Day Cures Crip nin Two Days on every box 25c A 1 TtLi i1 f fl r rh I t r I f I tt- I tr ri I t 1 r4 It i- ro + z 1 11t iwfi 1- f r rjff I I ir r- I Tt f t i j t r r i n 4sT 4sr 4sE iiiE 4sk r Ii i J I t i Tutts Pills will save the dyspeptic from many days of misery and enable him to cat whatever he wishes They prevent SICK HEADACHE cause the food to assimilate and nour ish the body give keen appetite DEVELOP FLESH- and solid muscle Elegantly sugai coated Take No Substitute The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY April 12 lOOo Gasoline Babbage Son 1 Miss Marie McGavocic visited relu tines in Hawesvillo last week I New goods Babbage 6s Son lLMrs Orfili DeHaven was in Louis yule part of last week Wall paper Babbage Son Fred Fraize hag returned from a business trip to Cincinnati Mrs Fladgo Carter went to Irving w ton Thursday to visit relative Miss Esther Fopbaui returned Wed nesday from n visit to friend at Haw esvilleMrs J W Carder of Hawesville was the guest of friends here last Wed nesday Jesse Emmiok of Lewisport was the guest of Mr and Mrs T F Saw yer Sunday Miss Forrie Hardin of Holt has I been visiting her sister Mrs J T SkillmanMrs B Skillman entertained y the Ladies Reading Club Thursday afternoonA was the guest of his son Jas R Skillman at Owens boro Friday- J F DeJarnetto editor of the Haw esville PlaincJealer was up from Haw esvillo Thursday Miss Marian Bowmer returned Thursday from a visit to Miss Jean Todd at Owensboro Mrs Ueo PJunk of Owensboro has been visiting her nieces Misses Grace Eva and Edith Plank Mrs Rooert Burns came up from i Hender son Friday to visit her daughter Mrs Eugene Tatum- R W Owen of Lewisport Demo cratic candidate for State Senator was in the city Saturday Mrs J J Dyer was the guest of ner sister Mrs S E Mattlngly near Owensboro part of last week Mrs C T McClanahan returned Thursday from a visit to Mrand Mrs R T MtClanahan at Henderson Rev and Mrs P L King and children were the guests of relatives at Owensboro part of last weeK Misses Eva and Eliza May went to Louisville Wednesday for a visit and to attend the performance of Parsifal Mrs P L King and children are spending two weeks in Owensboro the Huests ol Mr and Mrs Melville Eskridge A L Fort vicepresident and general manager of the Cloverport Water Light Ice company will not move his family here from Louisville until the first of May Chas Ryan came up from Madison ville Sunday to remain until Tuesday the gueit of his parents Mrand Mrs John Ryan Messrs Thos Young and Jas Wai er arrived from Morganfield Friday for a short visit to Mr and Mrs Chas B Skillman Jesse Owen has been at home part of the past week from the South where he is traveling for the Peasle Gaulbert company ot Louis- villeConsumption The only kind of consump tion to fear is neglected consumption People are learning that con i sumption is a curable disease It is neglected consumption f that is so often incurable At the faintest suspicion of M consumption get a bottle of beginrtgular iff The use of Scotts Emulsion kat once has in thousands of leases turned the balance in Jfavor of health Neglected consumption does not exist where Scotts fimul js91o11 IS- Qtf l Prompt use of Scotts Emul sign checks the disease while it M 4 can be checked 3 sampleI SCOTT k BOWNE Chemists 40941 Pearl Street New York Ioc and 1 1 00 all drucflits Rev E Barnes of Ramsey Ill has been visiting his sister Mrs J J Dyer This week he will visit his bro ther W K Barnes at Hardinsburg Shows Industrial Growth Postmaster Rowlands report of the business done by the local office for the year ending March 31 IgOS shows that the gross receipts were 251703 as compared to 243457 for the year end ing March 31 1001 He says that the business done by the post office is a better commercial barometer than any other of the industrial growth of the city The report shows that thert were 2185 money orders issued 1133 registered packages received and 267685 pieces of mail handled all increases over last year Postmaster Rowland is very gratified over the showing made by the office WHAT IS CATARRH Hyomel Cures this Common and Dis agreeable Disease Hyoniei cures catarrh by the simple method of breathing it into the air pas sages and lungs It kills the germs ot the catarrhal poison heals and sooths the irritated mucous membrane enters the blood with the oxygen and kills the germs present there effectually driving this disease from the system- If you have any of the following symptoms catarrhal germs are at work somewhere in the mucous membreue of the nose throat bronchial tubes or tissues ot the lungs offensive breath discharge from the dryness of the noso nose pulp across the eyes stoppage of the nose nightheadthe body pain In front cf the droppings In the head throat tendency totakocolu mouth open while burning pain in the sleeping throat tiCKllng buck of the hawking to clear the palate throat formation of crust In pain In the chest the nose u cough dryness of the throat morninglosing coughinglowraising of frothy mu hacking cous cough worse nights expectorating yellow and mornings matter loss In vital force difficulty In breath a feeling of tightness log across the upper frequent sneezing part of the chest huskiness of voice Hyomeiwill cure the disease destroy activity of all germ life iin the respira tory organs enrich and purify the blood withadditional ozone and after a few days use of this treatment the majority of these symptoms will have disappeared In a few weeks the cure will be com pleteCatarrh or catarrhal colds cannot exist when Hyomei is used This Is a strong statement but Short Haynes empha size it by agreeing to refund your money if Hyomei does not cure = i LOCAL BRIEFS = JJ Julian Brown ia building a frame addition to the rear of nls feed store The frame part will bo used mainly as a feed stable The total length of the structure is about loa feet and the width twentysix feet John Weisenbnrg has built an addition to his residence on the school house hill Milt Gillion accidentally sawed off the end of his thumb at the Murray Roofing Til factory Saturday Newt Berry is occupying tho Naco Lewis residonce in tnt Wesc End and Jno Bishop will move into the proper ty vacated by Mr Btrry A light frost was perceptible hero last Wednesday morning The tem perature for several days last weeK was lower than at any time during March but no damage was lone to fruit A big revival isin progress at the colored Methodist church The visit ing minister who IB doing the preach fug arrived SundayThe colored Meth odists expect to have as large a revival as their Baptist brethren recently had The committee t appointed by tne city council ut its last regular meeting to decide whether the city ought to advertise a franchise for tlectnc lights will not get together on the matter before the latter part of the week A supper will be given at Oelzes Hall Friday evening by the Baptist church The showboat operated by Mrs French passed up yesterday Preparations are being made for extensive interior repairs at the Meth odist and Baptist churches Last Sunday was observed by tho Catholic church as Passion Sunday Next Sunday will be Palm Sunday and the next Easter or the end of Lent Mr and Mrs Ollie Tousey moved here last week from Henderson and are occupying the Wiluerson proper ty Mr Tousey will travel for a city firm T IIDR R P KEENE I ff- I 1 YRepresenting IITAYlOR KEENE TAYLOR ffi lg IIDENTISTS IwilliiI oneO 11 wait on all wishing JIll Class Den b IItlstry f ii Will be Here April 10 to 20 A Hancock Holding Well Hawesville Ky April 8 The county union of the A S of E met here today and an immense crowd was in the city It included practically all the tobacco growers of the county Sam Lancaster of Louisville was here trying to influence the farmers to adopt the warehouse plan but tney refused and voted overwhelmingly to hold to their crops for the Lynch burg prices A strong address was delivered by Mr L N Robertson of Panther who had been invited to do so by President John EMmnett of the county union Mr Robertsons address dwelt on the nrmciples of the A S ot E and on the necessity of farmer organizing and sticking to their organizations It was very well received and created much enthusi asm It Is a remarkable fact that but two members of the A S of E in this county have sold their tobacco con trary to their pledges and that only orgNnizationhave Cheated Death Kidney trouble often ends fatally but by choosing the right medicine E H Wolfe of Hear Grove Iowa cheat ed death He says Two years ago I had Kidney Trouble which caused me great pain suffering and anxiety bit 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 1 find they have no equal Short Haines druggists guarantee them at 50c f FREE S ijj i One nice 16 x20 inch a 1 enlargement free with M I m each dozen cabinet sizemm v photos at 250 tf April only W Br Oelze Photographer e L II ST L TIME fABLE EAST BOUND No 48 Dally Fast Train loaves Cloverport 507 AM stops at West 1ont only arriv es at Louisville 715 A 5l No 42 Dully Midland Express leaves Clo verport 951 AM stops at all way stations arrives Louisville 1235 Train No 44 Dally fast mall leaves Clo verport448p m stops at all way stuitons east of Cloverport except Mystic arrives at Louisville 75 p in Train 048 Dally Cloverport accommodation arrives Clovurport H30 pm WEST BOUND No 47 Dally C overport accommodation leaves Cloverport U30 a m arrives Evans vlllH 000 am expreleaveI u Huwesvllle Owensboro Henderson and Ev unsvlllu arrives St Louis 790 p m Train No 43 Mall arrives Cloverport jZ6 p mlvunsvillo 1030 p m Stops lit all stations No 45 dally St Louis fast train leavesClo verport 11001 1l arrives Evunsvllle 135 A M St Louts 740 A M stops at Hawesville Owensboro and Henderson only Chair cars on trains 41I und 44 between Louisville and Evansvllle Through sleeping cars und reclining chair cnrs on trains 45 and 4G between Louisville and St Louis Pordsville Branch EAST HOUND Train No 2 Dally except Sunday leaves Fordsvlllo 630 a m err Ives Irvington 840 Li mTrain No 4 Dully except Sunday loaves Fordsvllle3 0 p m arrives Irvington 520 p in Train No 0 Sunday only ford lIIotl3O a m Irvington 003 p m WEST HOUND Train No 3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irvington i45a m arrives Fordsvlllo 245 p mTrain No5 Dally leaves Irvington 635p- m arrives ForlslIIe 1125 P m makes where Wichita Tex R Thin I special here at from Fort An enthusi greeted him and he made a speech at conclusion of left for Oklahoma where the president on his hunt I fIl1 r lri 1 A + Advertisements Inserted under this head atnno cent a word per week FOR SALEFA UM coil 1ArEIFarm one mile from tnion andbarnstock to sell A most desirable place Write KingsburyFOR SALECOWS AND HULL CALVES colt Sale4 Hereford cows 3 heifers and 3 JlewleyllJeKyFOR SALETUITION CERTIFICATE FOR SALK Tuition Certificate Bryant olllsvaleForcnrlilKe News Cloverport Ky FOR SALECOKN AND IIAV FOIL SALEloo tons of hay und 1000 bushels tmlthLolsportFOR SALE PRINTING Presses und Cutting machines machinesAlsoOasollneEnStreetLoulsvlileBORR moro ror8 yeart at 3 per cent X Attend5OOnomei ds De sire Bureau Chllllcothe Missouri WANTED TT lrigWtlcport Ky with full particulars u FOR SALKLIVEIIV STABLE OUTFIT 1 buggieswrite to U A Smith Stephensport Iy DUROGSJERSEY PIGS FOR SALE I am now offering a nice lot of bars and gilts of fall farrow These are good pigs my ILnywhlrlTlIorouJltIrldplace i i a head nilin shipping order S0 E P HARDAWAY Kentucky HENDERSON ROUTE NOTESI One way second class colonist tickets to South and Southeast first and third Tuesdays each mouth at reduced rates Homeseekers Excursions to all to which honieseekers rates apply One way colonists rates to California and the Northwest March 1 to May 15 and Sept 15 to Oct 31 IgOf Spring Races Lexington Ky May 39 1905 Nor this occasion rate of 015 for tho round trip Cloverport to Lexington and return will be made on May 2 and a good returning May 10 Also will sell on May 4 to May 0 in clusive good returning three days from date of sale Special homeseok ers excursions to south and southeast April IS Special homcseekrs excursions to Soutnwest April 18 First excursion of the season Sun day April 215 1 25 round trip Clover to Louisville and return on morning trains returning on evening trains of same da- teDi3T iIABoars the11s Kind You Have Always Bought Signature or G y Revival Very Successful Hardinsbnrg Ky April 11Spe- cialTho protracted meeting which has been carried on hero at the M E church South by the pas tor tte Rev G L King assisted by Dr Lloyd of Bowling Green and tho Rev Prather of Hopkinsville closed Thnnday night As a result there were twentyfive conversions and twenty additions to the church A Daredoil Ride often ends in a sad accident To heal accidental injuries use Buoklens Arnica Salve A deep wound in my foot from an accident writes Theodore Schuele of Columbus 0 caused me great pain Physicians were helpless but Bucklens Arnica Salve quickly healed it Soothes and heals burns like tangle 25o at Short Haynec druggists Sporting Boy Royally BredII BEAUOJIAMP GENTLKMEN BEARDII wish to say that your statements ofSporting Boy are not at magnified Knowing your horse as I do much more can nIlII fully be said of him than you have ImideI have a personal I knowledge of his ancestors for several generations back and ho is as royally bred as tho best ones are Besides his size him desirable for a stock horse If you failed to get a fancy horse ho will got one that can do business any Moreover your people have never had such an opportunity to get a Jot of such mares as he will produce for breeding purposes Now if your people will only wake up to their better interest and and cure for their colts you will not many years hence prove a public benefactor to your county with such n 10lnC elrM K1RBY Bowling Green Ky I w Falls April presidents readied 245 oclock Worth astic crowd brief the which the train Frederick will debark OWor Bewleyvlllo points port I breed MEET ME AT NOLTES Now is the Time TO GET READY FOR YOUR HOUSE CLEANING FOR IT IS ALMOST AT HAND AND To Get Everything You Need IN THE WAY OF MATTINGS CARPETS OIL CLOTH LACE CURTAINS ETC YOU WILL NEED TO REPLACE THOSE WHICH HAVE BEEN IN USE- WHEN YOU BUY THESE THINGS AND NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY THEM COME TO US AND GET SATISFACTORY BARGAINS J C Nolte Bro Cloverport Ky The Celebrated Douglas and Crawford Shoes for Men ftQljA W11 W I toe Gratifying are constantly increasing sales o- fCADICKS GOLDDUST FLOUR It affords up a plensur recommend a flour so sure to satisfaction our customers Try it yourself and you too are sure to be pleased and you will recommend it your neighbors and thus after the the endless sales will increase un nnnnnnnnn nnn Cdick Milling CoGRANDVIEW IND FIELD SEEDS Clover Seed- Orchard Grass Seed TimothyRed OatsTopIIEverything the Grass Seed line at lowest prices FOR SALE TIIREE STYLES FARM WAGONS BUGGIES TRAPS McOLOTHLAN PIGGOTT Irvington Ky Y iA so + + + 4 e i Coee UptoDate Merchants McDaniels Ky i i Want your trade for several reasons a i BECAUSE WE CAN SAVE YOU A10NEY I 4 A BECAUSE NVE TREAT EVERYBODY THE SANE I BECAUSE NVE ALWAYS KEEP WHAT YOU WANT I JBECAUSEI JBECAUSEI I BECAUSE WE SELL CHEAPER THAN ANY ONE ELSE I I SPRING OPENING i Our line of SPICING GOODS lies arrived and we can truthfully announce that e i every department of our store Is crowded with the prettiest lines wo have I shown All of tho latest styles All of the latest patterns We are sure wo oriisatisfy you In iiuallty In prices In style and we are anxious for you to cull t All tho latest styles Dress Goods Dress Skirts Shoes Clothing and i Furnishing Goods t Prices guaranteed to he the lowest And our to give to to manner ot chain our in 4 Thu largest and swullcst line ot Spring Millinery Goods Ever shown In tho county now openedgg All Calicoes 5 cents per yard Domestic 5 34 cents per yardttBest shoe on the Market for 125 Produce wanted at highest Market Price iI iMcDANIELS o i I Subscribe for The BREC KENRIDGE NEWS Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic MillionbottlesEnclosed with every bottle is a Ten Cent package of Groves Black Root Liver PillS 1 k I ilYrr I m l i t 4t c I I 1 If tea The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY April 12 1903 JAPANESE RELIEF FUND Contributions Being Raised For The Sick And Families Of Killed Touching appeals from Christian work ers in the liar East have come to promi nent citizens of the United States imploring aid for the sick and wounded Soldiers of both armies and the multi tude of destitute widows and orphans of soldiers killed in the war Rev Y Honda piincipal of the Aoya ma Theological School at TokioJapati in a recent letter says How long this distressing condition of things will lsst we cannot say The people are doing their best and every chari able agency istaxed to the utmost but so numerous have the impoverished families become that our means of immediate reliefare utterly inadequate Could some general fund be raised for this noble purpose andmissionaries on the ground be fur nished with the means of distributing and alleviating the distress of these families it would indeed be a precious gift and I assure you never be forgot ten We may not help heligereuts but we may help the suffering and distressed The Red Cross of Pity is neutral in every clime and the claims of helpless children are a challenge to Christian love and beneficence the world over In response to the moving appeals thus co niug from Christian workers in Japan the Japanese Relief bund has been organized to obtain the help need ed and all funds contributed will be distributed through the Evangelical Alliance of Japan under the oversight of Bishop Harris who is now in that countryTh xecutive committee composed of lion Seth Low Bishop Gree Bishop Harris Chas Cuthbeit Hall D DIV R Huntington D D Dr Newell Dwight Hillis Geo H Southard Dr Wni Elliott Griffis mid B FBuck Sec retaty request contributions large or small be sent to the Franklin Trust Company TreasurerNo 104 Broadway New York City About 18000 00 has already been contributed for this purpose 1000000 of which has been forwarded to Japan for distribution Last Hope Vanished When leading physicians said tha W M Sinitnart of PeKin In bad l incurable consumption his last hope vanished but Dr Kings New Dist covery tor Consumption Coughs Colds kept him out of his grave HeI says This great specific completely cured me nod saved my life Since then I have users it for over 10 years and consider ita marvelous throat and lung cure It Strictly scientific cure for Coughs Sore Throats or Colds sure preventive of Pneumonia Guar anteed COa and 100 bottles at Haynes drug store Tial bottle free Gets Lucrative Position- Ed J Berry formerly local lineman for the Cumberland Teleohone Tele graph company has been appointed chief electrician and manager of the electric light plan t and water works at Lake Providence La by the board of aldermen of that city Mr Berry has beta manager for the Comberland Telephone Telegraph company at Lake Providence for several months His u i AwayWithYourHeavyGarments With the approach of glorious Spring how gladly we discard Winters subdued garments andeagerly attire ourselves in lighter brighter clothes Never have we displayed such fascinating styles Never have we shown such exclusive nobby patterns Never have we offered good clothes at such moder ate prices The reason we are so enthusiastic about our splen did line of clothes for Spring lies in this sentence We sell the guaranteed jufman Garment These clothes represent perfect hitting dressy ready towear garments that give the utmost satisfaction in every important detail For early Spring we highly recommend dressy Top Coat or RainProof light weight Overcoat We show all the nonhy colors and various styles ofthese two useful garments at moderate prices 10 to 25 Fe FRAIZE Cloverport Ky i i It 1 v n 1nr1J AAr1ANsd1ANMMMt I1 J Iv- I I 1 j I IIl1 j- p lY 1ip i lriA red sorrel stallion foaled iniiHHiU with small star anda little iThisi i style good bone and beuutifuleoliiQrlle is IGt hands proportion ltoldl weighs 1300 pounds He has the very hest ofZZifeet und legs and is as well as any saddle stallion in Americat HP combines many of the characteristics of both the Morgan and Denmark families i eof Kentucky lHe is by My Owns BoyJrwho is by My Owns Boy and his dam is isBelle Slaughter 3s2 X S IL U Vol 1 My Owns Boy is by the grandly bred My s Own No lWl who was by Artist 05 and out of Lady Graves 57 who was Mont Hose 100 Artist was Iby the renowned King William 07 who was by byIIington Denmark 04 King William sired Black Eagle 7i who sired Black i53 who is famous as a sire of style and good qualities throughout Kentucky a many other statesS- PORTING iBOYS dam is by the renowned model and show stallion Endor 27 o who had more premiums to his credit than any stallion in his day and had for hisi 1 sire King Denmark and dam by Bolivar th Sporting Boys 2nd lane was i Warren Chief he by Cabels Lexington who was one of the most noted sires and show stallions Kentucky ever had Cabclls Lexingtons dam was by old Tom Hal 22 the founder of the pacing horse family in Kentucky and Tennessee His second mill wills by Old Copperbottom who was one of the founders of the saddle horses Tin Kcptucky and Tennessee SPORTING BOY not only possesses the blood lines but hits nil the qualities in action and beauty He is a saddle horse from a walk to all gaits und in a trot he is a trotter und in a rack he is a wonder lIe is absolutely issound and has proven si sure breeder s 0 Y2 2- 2WARRIORJOIINII BLACK Ii Known as the Miller Jack 2 i one of tin best breeders and one of the Ifinest Jacks in Kentucky 15 hands high e weighs 1000 pounds and is a sure foal getter A premium of 1250 will be given to the bet colt of Sporting Boy S10 to the best Bolt of Black Warrior John Will give 100 for premium colt from Sporting Boy eWillgive 75 for premium colt from Black Warrior John is Sporting Boy will niako tho season at 1250 to insu ro a living colt i00 pluck Warrior John will make the season at 10 to insure a living coltis Money due when tnaro iis traded or parted with o The above mentioned horse aril jack will ho handled by Win Beauchamp at Ilardinsburg Ityat the Poor House fann oo e ie g sogHardinsburg Ky eT new position t9 a much more lucrative lone than thut he held with the Cumber landMr Berry has many friends here and learntof his success You Ought To Have Enemies You have no enemies Then you have never dared to stand up for the right against wrong you have never protected the weak against a bully you have never dared to defend your own rights against oppression Had you done any of these things you woud have enemies Even if you have done none of these but simply achieved a businesstthan did your neighbor you would hove an enemy for failure always hates suc cess The man who has no enemies should be ashamed of it Favor Warehouse Plan The American Society of Equity of Ohio county met at the court house in Hartford last Saturday and there was a large crowd in attendance The tcbac co question was the main topic discuss ed and there was considerable argument as to the advisability of consigning tobacco to the Equity warehouses at Owensboro The report of the comumitte- sent to investigate the matter whk was favorable was accepted however and this was an indication of the senti ment of the crowd Everything passe ofT harmoniously and it was a profitable meetingHartford Herald Sommers For Congress Mention of Harry Sommers of th Elizabethtown News for congress pleases the Glasgow Times immensely He is able brilliant honest conscien tious and pureminded The writer has known Harry Sommers since both were boys together and a better man citizen and Christian does not live He is the salt of the earth and his most serious political trouble would be his inability to lower Hs ideal high standards to the level of practical politics The Fourth district would honor itself in honoring him Glasgow Times Frightful Suffering Relieved Suffering frightfully from the virn exit poisons of undigested food C G Grayson of Luln Miss took Dr Kings New Life Pills with the resulthe writes that I was cure ed All stomach and bowel disorders give way to their tonic laxative properties 25o at Short Haynes drag store guaranteed Rug Advances SWt In Price Louisville Ky April 5 A smnll rug measuring three f et in width and Nix feet in length which could have been purchased Monday for 2 and a duplicate of which could no v be had for that amount is held today at 106 and it is not unlikely that the price will advance to no telling what amount The president stood upon the rug at the ceremonies in front o the court house esterdayIA GUARANTEED CURE FUR CHILLS Itching Blind Bleeding or Proru din Piles DrucRlsts refund money It IAOOINTMENTI fall to euro any case no matter of how long standing lu U to 14 days First yourdrullllistwill be forwarded postpaid by Iurls lIedI cline Co ft Louis Mo Library For Elizabethtown Andrew Carnegie has made a definite proposal to H ASommers editor of the Elizabethtown News to give that city 7000 for a public library provided the city will make provision for the pur chase fa lot and the maintenance of the institution The city council of Elizabethtown at its matting last week voted to levy a 10 per cent tax which will yield a revenue sufficient for these purposes Won A Name of Fame De Witts Little Early Risers the famous little pills have been made famous by their certain yet harmless and gentle actioa upon the bowels and liver They have no equal for bilious ness constipation etc They do not weaken the stomach gripe or make you fed sick Once used always preferred Theystrengthen Sold by all druggists To Vote On Local Option An election has been called to be held in Hartford on the ninth Jay of next mouth to decide whether or not spirituous vinous and malt liquors shall continue to be sold here Theme are at present two saloons in Hartford The election occurs on Tuesday and is a little less than five weeks ofTHart ford Herald CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signaturoof How To Maintain Prices UpToDate Farming We have been asked what the farmers would do to maintain prices if staple crop were extremely large To illustrate and reply to this question we will suppose the wheat growers willJ raise 1400000COO bushels of wheat thisC year This would be about twice as much as ever grown in one crop before It we say is sufficient for two years OPERATION AVOIDED EXPERIENCE OF MISS MERKLEY She Was Told That an Operation Was Inevitable How She Escapod It When a physician tells a woman suf fering with ovarian or womb trouble that an operation is necessary the very thought of tho knife and the operating table strikes terror to her heart and our hospitals are full of women coming for ovarian or womb operations JfrHaI tilerkley C n operatioh siders the great number of cases of ovarian and womb trouble cured by Cornd pound physicians I operations no woman should submit tone without first trying the Vegetable Compound and writing Mrs Pinkham Lynn Mass for advice which is free Thirdel Street Milwaukee Wis writes Dear Mrs Pinkbam II Loss of strength extreme nervousness organszbcnrlnjtme to seek medical advice The doctor after making an examination said I had ovariesI trouble and ulceration and advised an operation To this I strongly objected and decided to try Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound The ulceration quickly healed all the bad symptoms disappeared and am once more strong vigorous and well Ovarian and womb troubles are steadily on the increase among women I t the monthly periods are very painful- pr too frequent and excessiveif yo have pain or swelling low down in the left side bearing down pains leucor rhoca dontneglect yourself try Lydia a Pinkhams Vegetable Compound With a condition of this kind confronting the farmers the American Society ofr Equity will recommend the farmers toI set half of their crop nsid hold it over until the next year and rest from grow ing wheat a year Farmers suould consider big cropsI blessings and make them such instead of allowing them to be curses as they have been under tile old system It costsi them little more to raise a large crop than a small one For the reason farm ers are to be envied With the manu facturer it different If lie increasesi his output of goods it is onlyat so much increase per machine or article Farmers organize tUen farm inten sively and make every bushel and pound of produce return you a legitimate profit It can be done as there is not a problem in the Hgriculturalbook that the rules of the A Sof E will not solve PARKERS HAIR BALSAM haltrgrowthNever y ColorCutJOcapdtUiQat DruKfrfiti HenryWattersons WattersonsLetters Europe Will Be A Leading Feature of Th- eCourierJournal During 1905 THERE WILL BE MANY OTHER ATTRACTIVE DEPARTMENTS ALL GOING TO MAKE A COM PLETE NEWSPAPER Mall Rates Dally CourierJournal I year 6 Dally and Sunday 1 year8W- eekly 1 year 1 COURIERJOURNAL 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 subscriptions utiderthis combination must be sent through the BRECKENRIDGE NEWS OFFICE Cloverport Ky SPECIAL RATES Via Illinois Central Re R California and The Northwest- One way colonist daily to 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Ask for the 1905 JKodol Almanac and 200 Year Calendar The family medicine In thousands of homes for 62 yearsDr Thachers Liver and Blood Syrup q IS k = i of G The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY April 12 1003 AS VIEWED BY TilE PRESS Presidents Visit to Louisville A Seen By Morning Organs i Though President Roosevelts visit to Louisville took place a week ago yesterday it is of interest to note Iin what light the welcome he received the greatest ever accorded to any mail by that city is viewed editorially by the two morning papers ot Wednesday the day following thevisitof the chief executive of the nation The Courier Journal Democratic I r Bays It would be well if such occasions as the visit and reception of the Pres ident here yesterday were more fre quent and more general throughout the country They most happily pro mote good feeling hnd good American ism They serve as nothing else serves so well to submerge and even sweep AWRY the artificial lines of sectional ism and partisanship which we dia between ourselves and to revive t us a realization of that unity and catholicity which are the normal conditions of a homogeneous and patriotic people Would that this were Ken tuckys fortune oftener would that Ken tuckys fortune yesterday were tha of every part of our common land The Louisville Herald Republican says II Heartfelt patriotic honorable alixe to guest and to host was Louis villes reception of Theodore Roose velt The depth and generosity th honesty and earnestness of Keutuck hospitality already well known to the President were all in evidence Everybody in Louisville participated in theI welcom The whole people were fully represented in the turnout It was an outpouring indeed of the popular heart to a man whom His fellow citi zens noe only revere but love Ken tucky snows no political lines when iit comes to doing honor to such a visit or Every class of citizenship and every shade of political thought were represented in yesterdays magnificent testimony of affection and respect IThe Democrat and the Republican the Union and the Confederate veter tip the soldier and the civilian tile merchant prince and the profesional1 man the manufacturer and the stu dent all were represented It was a reception not alone wortny and typical of Louisville and of Kentucky but of the youth Its keynote was heartiness Not a suggestion of affectation in any feature or incident of tho oc- caSIOn The piode turned out to hon or their President and did it in spontaneous Southern fashion Ken tuoKy stood yesterday for all the South and right well did she repre sent this splendid section of the national domain Her reception ot tne nation s Chief Magistrate will be hail ed with dtnight all over the country- It will arouse the warmest feeling everywhere for this State and sec tion It will prove that the South glories in national achievement as much as North East or West tha sectionalIsm has disappeared that nationalism is the aim and purpose of every State and that the more eachI Commonwealth conforms to the nation all spirit the netter it Willconserve and promote the local interests and distinctive chractprirstics that it prides in- ITheodore Roosevelts visit to Ken e i hopi THE QUESTIONI Tho real of disease Is Can 1 bo cured If you or anyone dear to you is I losing flesh energy I and If you arc wlso tryIngbyItto I draw tho hue and merge Into consumption Your troublo may not consumption today but you dont boII what It lIU11I hCLfhnc to morrow i of people have been ro itorcd to robust health by Dr Pierces marvelousGolden Medical Discovery afto reputable physi clansI had pro nounced Lb oin- consumpttVc boo yondi Woro thoy in- conSUtnJ tion Nobody can REAL question strength vitality where debility weakness Hundreds over Know = 3aworohopolesslYcovery restored and saved thorn- I was not able to do hardly any work at YallhurenKallcaska leftryour and It helped sobadMy husband thought I had consumption himItwould PlercosOoldencoughwas andPmedicine is tho best I havo taken sendyoundvlceInahsolutolyfreechief consulting pl ysclan of tho In mudshimaggravatesmancured by Dr PIcreos Pleasant Pellets Blame No One But Yourself GetsWell When SicK All vro can do is glvo advice Of courso thats easy But our advice Is really worth a little more to you than most peoples for wo otter to glvo you the first bottle of our medlclno free It It falls to help you We could not afford to do this unless our medicine was good Such an offer on the wrong kind of medicine would put a merchant prince in the poor house Dr Wiles Norvlnej however ns years of experience have proved Is a medi cine that cures the sick Those whom it cannot benefitless than one in ten thousand wo prefer to refund their money All we ask of you is to try Dr Miles Restorative Nervine for your complaint If you suffer from sleeplessness nervous exhaustion dizziness headache mus tcular twltchlngs melancholy loss of memory weak stomach poor blood bilious troubles epilepsy St Vitus Dance etc wo will guarantee to benefit you or refund your money You are tho doctor yenrbecamo towseveralnphysicians had failed to relieve him we gave Dr Miles Nervine n trial Ten months treatment with Nervine and perfecthealthMRDeputy Co Clerk Dallas Co Mo FREEWrite us and wo will mall Free Trial Package of rewtScientific Remedy for Pain Also Symp tom Blank for our Specialist to diagnose your case and tell you what is wrong and how to right it Absolutely Free Address DR MILES MEDICAL CO LABORATORIES ELKHART IND tucsy is historic big with a signifi gulfelakesy 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 edies hive been suggested To say that it can be oared is therefore a bold statement to wake but Chamber lrtin3 Paiu Balm which enjoys an extensive sale has met with great success in the treatment of this dis Balmtwill relieve the pain and hundreds ol suH rers have testified to permanent cures by Iits use Why suffer when Pain Balm affords such quick relief and costs but a tritle For sale by 1Short Fnyues Bar Owner Is Fined H F Kreiger the owner of the bars on the L E Packet Cos boats plead guilty to selling liquor to minors while the boats were landed at the wharf here and was fined 100 arid trimmings iiithe Police Court Satur tinyMeade County Messenger It Will Surprise 1oufry It It is the medicine above all others for catarrh and is worth its weight in gold Elys Crenm Balm does all that is claimed for ItH W Sperry Hartford Conn My son was afflicted with catarrh He used Elys Cream Balm sad the disagreeable catarrhall left himJ IlltThe Balm does sot irritate or cause suezing Sold by all druggists at fiO cts or mailed by Ely Brothers BU Warren St New Yank Negro Painfully Hurt Tow Singleton colored WitS pain fully hurt at West Point list Wednesday m orning by being struck in the breast by a piece of piling which he was assisting in unloading ffrom a car Tho larger end of the piling rol led over the side of the car and the smaller end being quickly upraised caught him squarely across the breast It is not believed that he was injured internally but he received a painful bruises on his breast The wonder is that the blow he received did not kill himSingleton returned on the morning train from West Point to his home here Ho is employed by the railroad companyi Move To Louisville L D Addison and family of Addison moved to Louisville last week Mr Addison it will be remembered sold his stock of goods at Addison eeveal montns ago to u B Lewis of Bloomfield Mr Addison will engage in the wholesale whiskey business in Louisville while his sis or Mrs Williams will conduct a boarding house Most Enjoyable Affair The social given in the Sunday schooll room of the Methodist church on 1uos day evening of last week by the Epworth League was a most njoyable affair The social was the first ever given by the League and was for its members only TGoebel Cases Continued The cases of GovW S Taylor Chas Finley and others for alleged com plicity in the plot to murder Senator Goebel were called in circuit court at Frankfort last week and were continued as usual with alias process Subscribe for the NEWS A SQUARE DEAL THE KEYNOTE OF PRESIDENTS TEXAS SPEECH San Antonio Tex April 7 Pres ident Roosevelt arrived Mere last night at 880 oclock and was received with open arms by his war comrades the famous Rough Riders of tho Span ish war who are holding reunIOn near the Alamo On his way to this oity through tho Lone Star State the Presi dent made short titops at a number of places and at Austin addressed the Legislature saying in part- I think Governor and Mr Speaker and gentlemen that the longer our experience in public office is the more we realize that at least 05 per cent if not more in importance of the work done by any public officer who is worth his salt hag nothing whatever to do with partisan politics The things that concern us all as good citizens aro infinitely larger than the matters concerning which wo are divided one from the other along party lines Fundamentally our attitude in our foreign affairs and in reference to foreign nations must in tho long run it we aro to be successful as a people be based upon certain com mon sense rules of conduct the identical rules upon which every selfre specting citizens must base his private actions No Discrimination This is especially true as regards all questions dealinir with capital and llabor and especially in dealing with the great aggregates of napiM usually to be found in corporate form through which so much of our busi ness at the present day is conducted It is essential in dealing thus by legislative action with corporate wealth ot indeed with wealth in any form that we remember and act upon cer tain rules simple enough to state but not always easy when it conies to acting upon them Most emphatically we cannot as good Americans bear hostility to any rich man as such any more than to any poor man as such My experience has been that tne man who talks overloudly of his hostility to corporate wealth cannot be trusted to act quite up to the way he talks It is a good thing to have moderation in statements hut to make your deeds bear out absolutely your words With that preliminary I would like to say in brief jnst what my position is as regards this particular question with which I had to deal and as re gards which the Texas Legislature took the action I so much appreciate The Railroads Ou the whole there have been few instruments in the economic develop merit of the county which have done unre tor the country than the rail Childs Miraculous Escape Charles FarberageI time years tell in a shaft thirtylive let deep at Fenley lust Saturday nnd received only a slight sl alp wound Toe little fellow was not even unconscious from the full and began to cry as soon as he I struck the bottom of the shaft Hawcsvillo Plaiudenler Charles Fnrlor is a son of Goo Farber formerly of this city A Tried and True Friend Our Minute Cough Oira contains nut au atom of any harmful ding and ItsI 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 lr Mrs Gertrude E Fenner Marion Ind says Coughing and straining so weakened me that I run down in weight from 148 to 92 pounds Alter i trying a number of remedies to no avail One Minute Cough Cure entirely our d me Sold by all druggists An Jth r Tragedy In Ohio Owonboro Ky April 7 John Divans who was shot and wounded 1st1 Tho principal civilized nations of the world Ktmrd jealously and expend mill Ions annually to protect those strategic positions or strongholds rocounlzcd as you must fortify and guard against tho attacks l cure of your liver and your liver will take caro of you uric ncld crystals aro forming In your blood Jlrlghti disease tion of the ma the bladder anti many other similar enemies of your blood Diseases of tho heart and lungs roads I do not wish in any shape or wav to interfere with the legitimate gains of any of the great mon whose special industrial capacity enables them to handle the railroads so as to be of profit to themselves and of advantage to all of us I should be most reluctant I will put it stronger than thatI should absolutely refuse to he a party to any measure to any propo sition that interfered wrh the proper and legitimate prosperity of those men and I should feel that such a measure was aimed not only at them but at all of us for any attack noon tne legitimate prosperity of any of us is in the long run sure to turn into an attack upon all Public Has Rights With that provisoes to which I ask yon to remember tbat I mean literally everj word let me further add that the public bas right not a privilege but in my view a duty to see that there is in its behalf exercised such a supremacy and regulatory power over the railroads as wilt insure that while they give a fair statement thenislvea the get it in The proper exercise that power is conditioned upon the securing otl proper which willenable the of the public to see to it that any unjust or oppressive or rates are altered so as to be a just and fair rate and are altered Common Sense Needed- I know perfectly well that when you give that power there iis a chance ot its being occasionally abused There is no power that cn De given to the of tin people which it is not possibly to abuse As every one knows the pow er of taxation which must of course be given to the of the pec pIt is the power of death for it is possible to kill any Iindustry by ex cessiva taxation There must be cer lain trust placed in the common sense and common honesty of those who are to enforce the law If it ever falls and I think it will to my lot to nominate a board to car ry out such a law I shall uowitiHte men as far as 1 am able on whose ability courage and integrity I ran count m n who will not be sway dl by any influence whatever direct or indirect social political or any other to show improper favoritism to the railroads and who on the other humid if a railroad iis unjustly attached no matter if that attack hits behind it the feeling of prsjndice of 09 percent of the people will stand up against that attack That is my inter polation of toe doctrine of a square dent night by Jos Evans Marshal of Dean hVM died to night from the tiles so wo undH Evans tats gone to Fords vine and given himself up His ex au ining trial will take flat in Hart ford on Monday Evnris his not bet- it Defliitield since tin hrc tiiU Ee claiiiis that he shot Divons h self tie fenst Owensboro Ky April III Fiiny night an uncle of John Divena ntd Dr John Hale were placed in this DeiuitfHd juil At midnight the jail WitS discovered in tlames and the two Hen pt rished their bodies being al most conMimeil Since that time there has been much against the Mnisaal of Uuinurhld This aft r noon John Divans and another man won to a saloon at Dean field an I bought HVdral drinks rhea left the saloon and it is claimed that Diveiis friend wes disorderly Marshal Evnrs went to them a d told thmi DJ its jlulled IKS p stol amid fire l three lo s at the oili i n Evans was wounded in the shoulder Evans rttnriitd Divans tire After Divans hind fallen to the gl 011 dII Evans went to his hove I THE KEY TO YOUR IS YOUR LIVER inUKrllyYour yourSystem Sharpedged dlabetesbind- derdropsystotie legislation representatives discriminating immediately representatives representatives indignation tim- eteai0tiUCriInfest skin diseases constipation rheumatism followTheiAND BLOOD SYRUP It cures because it iIti and for110es 1t OD1IIBLr lbeymustliverIfhealthIfbrellklnJ110wn returnI SYSTEM alliItdrivenagainst future attacks It makes you well fiv mak- Ing your liver wellDR I THACHERSLIVER SYRUP is an hon est medicine un accurately rom pounded prepa ration of pure imdieliwl hcrbs Iso nerve dead thousandbottlesbottlesIJr Thachers Health Book will tellii toheBLOODSYRUP BOTH FREE TENNAll II bottleII TEE ROME OF VINOL To Nursing Mot her3 Thom 13 no tlco In a somas life wlien sho needs ctrongth imore than when she is nurair3 a child Sho must sustain the life of two persons Ve never sold a remedy equal to Vinol to create such strength Vo cordially invite any weak and rundown woman to try Vinol on our promise to return her money if she is not fully satisfied Isnt that fairRespectfully SHORT HAYNES Druggists The Breckenridge News GREAT CLUBBING AND PREMIUM OFFER WITH The Inland FarmerTHE INLAND FARMER is a high class Weekly Agricultural Journal It Is beautifully Illustrated ofIntereettoAttractive household sectins tor the women the girls and the hays Its contributors are practical peep honteSampleI The mnukeTIIUICKOR CLIPPER 4yPREMIUM k 4 IIncb A KNlffStron Stag Handle WJlIand Forged Brass Lined Razor Steel Blades A DIG STRONG HONESTLY MADE KNIFE No better steel or grinding can be produced Every part Is made of best material by most skilled cutlers The blades are hand forged 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The 1st and 3d Tuesdays of Each Month GEO II LEE G P A II I McGUIRE D PA Little Rock Ark Cincinnati 0 JIu Subscribe for The News t i 1 i t- t t r i d J I 11- F J i n i I t f t i ifit t I i i i Ii i i 1 I Z i w 1- r I Z i f 4 AMERICAN OFFICERS OF HIGH RANK ENDORSE AMERICAN REMEDY PERUNA TwentyEight Army Generals Stmil Letters of Endorsement To Dr Hartinaii the Inventor of Peruna Noothor catarrh romedy In tho world has received such unstinted eulogy from so many renowned statesmen and military mon as 1oruna Gen OOclrnc ot Washington D C riteslIAs many of iny friends and acquaintances have successfully used your Peruna as a catarrh cure I fool that It Is an effective remedy and I recommend it as such to those suffering from that disease as a most hopefuls tutu of relief James 11 OUolrne 2W Broadway Washington D C General S S Yoder of Ohio lte1I11111e found Peruna to be a wonderful remedy I only used it for a short time and am thoroughly satisfied as to Its merltsS S Yodor Washington D C SrIgadlcrGcncral Kirby ritesII I can recommend 1eruna to all those who aro afflicted with catarrh D T Kirhy Washington D C BrigadierGeneral King of Confederate Army ritesIII unhesitatingly state that I am convinced Peruna is a medicine that will effect all the cures that are claimed for ltd usuJ Floyd King Washington D C- General Smalls Beaufort S C Ia ritesIII have used Peruua for cat- arrhal troublo and find it beneficial and to be all that it promises and freely give it my unqualified recommenda tlonRohert SmnllsrGeneral Abbott of Washington D CEWrites I am fully convinced that your remedy Peruna is an oxcollont tonic Many of my friends have used it with the most beneficial results forn coughs colds and catarrhal trouble Ira C Abbott 000 M St N W Washington I D 0 Captain Yarncll of Washington D C Writes Your medicine Peruna I bo lieve to be the best medicine for catarrh on the market I have taken only a small amount and can see very benefitolltl re uUW G Yarnell 23Linc- oln J street N 12 Washington D C General McBride of U S A Writes I have no hesitation in recommending Peruna to all persons who art afflicted with catarrhal troubles J D McBride 450 Pennsylvania Aye is S W Washington D CaGeneral Noske of 0 V U T7VM4tI commend Peruna to those Who are troubled with olds producing caflrri aA a most eillca Mous euro and as The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY April 12 1003 HARD1NSBURG I W II Carman of Custer WM in town SaturdayW Moorman of Glendewue was in town Friday John ORiley wee iu Louisville last week on a butintu trip fIn Allie Witt rtturncJ borne Friday from a v tit to Louisville Mr and Mra Roe Hook were visitors IN Louisville meet week G W Bard wee at Sttphcnspott Saturday on a hutinrra trip Mr Eliza Jolly of Irvington is visit ing relatives and friends here Mr and Mrs Robert G Guthrie of Forrtiville are visitingi his parents Moses W Stun of Falls of Hough was in town Monday en a 1 tusiiicps trip If you whut tiistilaiH leutal worn of any kind done go to Dr Bush He I will 11H in HH lii l IJ1tK Ajril 17 for I four days I good general tonicChas F Nosko 213 H St N W Washington D C General ErwIns Recommend Many of my friends have used Po as a dyspepsia remedy with the most beneficial resultsJohn B rwin Washington D C Brig General Schcll Benefited Peruna Is indeed a wonderful tonic for coughs and colds I know of nothing bettorF M Scholl Wash ington D C General Duffield of the Union Army Writes + I bare used Poruna in my family and hero found It a valuable medicine and tako pleasure In recom mending It to all who suitor from ca tarrh of the stomach or who require a- onic of efiicloncyThe Cairo Wash ington D C General Butler of South Carolina Writes I can recommend Poruna for dyspepsia and stomach trouble I have been using your medicine for a short period and feel very much relieved It Indeed a wonderful medicine besides good tonicI C Butler Gen Powell Meeker Post No 443 Writes After using one bottle of Pe runs I became convinced of its curative qualities and continued its use to date Remember Dr Bush will be in Ear dinpburg on April 17 for four days Thos J Moore and Henry Dell Moorman were visitors at Geiideane SundayMiss Ada Hen Elrson of Webster was the guest of Mlass Lelia McGary last week Miss Alliene Murray of Glendcane was the guest of Miss Minnie Murray last week You unu go to Louisville Saturday April 22 fOIl1 from any station on the Branch James Ha nes John M Butler and Win Triplett of Custer were in the city Saturday- Miss Sallie Beard has returned home tout a viiit to Mr and Mrs Ed G Dear lit Louisville John Heston colored lost his G welling and practically hll its contents by fie last Friday Dr W A Walker leturnrd home Fri day from Vine Grove where he had been on professional business Barney Squires Lou Jarbpe Frank Lyons sun Milt Tate were in Owens bro last week on a business trip Dr1 C Bush the dentist of Can n lton will be Ht Hardinsburg on April 17 for four days rM m I oitt Fashioned Barbecue and Picnic At IIARDINSIHKG in tit beautiful grove on UlOcrIIport and IIarclimhurgJ ttunpiko near the tollgate Tuesday July 4 05 I Jt is not too early now to begin to bear in mind the date anti place of this barbecue and picnic for we intend to snake it the most successful one we have over given Jno OKeilly Ilardinsburg Muse Alexander GookPropsJtibal Hook Hardinsburg W N Pate Mattingly J I NANA All symptoms of catarrh have disap peared yet I continue its moderate use as a preventive and an old mans tonic W Howell Bollvvillo Ill Gen Sebring of the Confederate Army ritesIII can cheerfully recommend your valur bio remedy Peruna as a very excellent tonic and also good for coughs colds catarrh and general debility W II Sebring 133 W 4th St Jackson ville Fla- General Payne of Washington D C Writes I Join with my comrades inI recommending Poruna to my friends asI an Invigorating tonic to build up the- systomEugono B Payne 407 1th St N W Washington D C General Talley of Pa Vol U S A Writes Your Poruna has been used by me and my friends as a relief for ca tarrhal troubles with the most beneficial results I am so convinced of tho efficacy of Poruna that I do not hesitate to give It my recommendation Wm Cooper Talloy 713 D St N E Washington DC General Blgclow Cured Gen J G Uigelow 151 C StNWWashington D 0 writes Peruna has made mo well Pond it has giver me more than ordinary strength nllItlt till workJ G Iliselow PATESVILLE F Young has been ill of asthma Mrs W M Powers was ill a few days of last week Mr Kinder of Tohinsport Ind is visiting relatives here David Clark mid Homer Lamb went to Fordsville Tuesday- J W Lynch was in O vensboro Monday of last week on business Chas Gabbert and A V Day were in Httwesville Monday on business W II Corley and E O Gordeu were ill Hawesville Saturday on business Miss Ol i Clark has purchased th prop rty on the hill owueJl by Mrs Sapp Mrs R W Frymire who his been ill for some time took a relapse and is no better WCReid of Tell City has been spending a few days with his daughter Mrs A V Day F W Harmon and Mint Clark who are working for the Henderson Route spent Sunday at home On account of J T Parsons illness Dr J T MHner has moved his boardirg place to Millard Comptons Miss Mollie Fawver who is nttttiding school at learned spent Saturday night and Sunday with her parents Mr and Mrs J M Kawver TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY SUININE1ubletst fails to rure E1W Groves signature is on box 2al I LOU1BUKG Mrs Irvin Squires is no belter Miss Ethel Bashum is improving Wash Cashman went to Hardinsburg Monday on business Miss Blanche Payne of Clifton Mills is visiting her parents Miss Myrtle Deacon was a guest of Mrs C L Avitt Saturday Will Hall of Webster was the guest of Miss A B Grant Sunday Maggie Cashman of Mystic is visiting her sister Mrs Sash Avitt 1 C Harrell will go to Louisville this week to buy his spring goods OASTOaXAB- uo tho You Have Always Bough Signature ceI1Io-f Entertainment At Ekron There will be an entertainment in the Baptist church at Ekron on Friday even ing April 21 The public is cordially invited General Chase Asst Adj Gcnl G A R Writes Tho excellence of Peruna as a euro or relief for catarrhal disturb ances is well established Many of my friends have been benefited by its uso B F Chase 28 Harrison St Ana costla BC- General OConnor of U V Legions Writes If you aro suffering from ca tarrh or physical debility Immediately commence the uso of Peruna It has been of tho greatest benefit and service to many of my friendsDennis OConnor 73S 32nd St N W Washington D 0 Gen Wright of the Confederate Army Writes I take pleasure In recom mending Peruna It is a remarkable medicine and shquld bo used by persons who are in need of a good tonic and by sufferers from catarrhMarcusW right 1721 Corcoran St AVashington D C Gen Hawley of Washington D C Writes I havo used Peruna and find it very beneficial for kidney trouble and especially good for coughs colds and catarrhal troublesA F Hawloy Brig Gen Cook of Washington D C Writes As a number of my friends and acquaintances have used Peruna as a catarrh cure with good results and as Buy Cattle Ranch In West Patesviile Ky ApnlllSpecial W J Fawver and A T Blain have pur RUlliwil11place IRVINGTON Charli Stith of Ekron was here Sunday Harry Kemper spent Friday in LouisvilleMrs Jolly is in Hal llJllburg visiting relatives Willis Green of Falls of Rough was a visitor hero Sunday Remember Dr Bush will be in Irvington on April 21 and 22 Mrs U Chamberlain is with her mother in Top Top for a few days Edgar Lewis has returned to Louisville after a short visit to his mother Dr Eugene Bewley of Penrod Kyis spending a few days among his friendsMr and Mrs Hynes anij children were visiting in Brandenburg last weekLamar Gardner went to Branden bnig to sue his cousin Mrs Rhodes SundayMiss Ada Bell Henderson of Webster was here the guest of Mrs Board SaturdayThe lcal Club was entertained by Mrs J W Piggott Friday eveningDrJ V Bush the deiftist of Can nelton will be in Irvington on April 21 and 22 Mrs D W Henry and daugnter returned Thursday after in extended trip to Macon Ga Miss Mary Jo Mattingly spent Saturday anti Sunday with her parents at GarHeld Hubert Piggott and W51li Paris returned Sunday to Beechmont to en schoolMrs Nannie Wathen came home Monday after being away for some time visiting Remember the Bewleyville district Sunday school convention April 15 at the Baptist church Mrs A B Colernah came home Saturday from Louisville where she has been for two weeks Dr Paul Dempster and wife and baby are at home withher parents Mr and Mrs Lyons It you want firstclass entalII work of any kind done go to Dr Bush He will be in Irvington April 21 and 22 I am now using it beneficially I can safely recommend its use to persons suffering from this disorder Geo W CookGen Middleton of Washington D C Writes Your preparation of Peruna as a euro for catarrhs as well as a tonic deserves the gratitude of those aflllctcd with that disease as well as physical prostration I have been much bone fited In every respect in various ways and 1 feel it a duty to recommend its usefulness to my fellow citizonsJohniMiddleton General Sypher of Washington D C i Writes After suffering for years with neuralgia I was persuaded by a friend to uso your remedy Peruna and after giving it a fair and thorough trial I can now cheerfully recommend Peruna to any one who is suffering with neuralgia It is also an excellent tonic Tll Syphor Brig Gen Gibson of Washington DC Writes Poruna Is not only a remedy for colds and catarrh but also an ad mirable tonic and should ho in every household I commend its possession and use to all persons Am using it myself with good osultsA Gr GibsonMrs ft elite Conelly and baby of Wilmington NO came last week to visit her sister Mrs Board Mr and Mrs Cunningham of Cheuault arrived Saturday to be the quests of th ir daughter Mrs Will Gardner Clud Peiuberton of Elizabetbtowu and Mr Veatch of Cincinnati the horse buyer were in our town last week on onsiness Mrs Bell Bruner of St Louis was a guest ot her relatives and friends for a week and then went to Louisville where she is to wRIte her home The recital give by Mr J F Beckiriib of Louisville Monday evening under the auspices of the Ladies Aid in Baptist church was one of the most enjoyable affairs of the kiwi ever given in Irvingtcn The crowd was good and the proceeds by far surpassed expectations MISS HERNDUN ENTERTAINS Last Tuesday afternoon Miss Eva Herndon entertained very delightfully for her visitors Misses Charlotte and Alice Ritterof Clarksville Tenn Each guest was asked to bring a pic ture ot himself or bel self when a baby Those were later distnonted amo- ngorerrvIrrrtesrrprprvpsrpp i iIi I i 3 5 Best Mixed Paints t Y l20 per gallon J Other Grades t 60 and 90 cents A Roof Paints icentspWhite LcildtI 5 to 62 cents pound i i Best Linseed Oils 50 cents gallon i t Telephone 413 t t SINt McCracken i A Cloverport Ky o StilAilAltAAAAitAIt A A RA IiiiltlAitQ IGcn Henderson of Washington D C Writes Peruna has boon used in my family with the vory best results and I take pleasure in recommonding your valuable romody to my friends as a flno tonlo and effective euro for catarrh Maj Gen Armstrong of Washing ton D C Writes As many of my rid comrades and frionds have been greatly benefited by the use of Poruna for catarrhal troubles I heartily Join in their on dorsoment of ita curative qualities 1 C Armstrong General Pettys of the U V U Writes It affords mo pleasure to say that some of my patients who have used Poruna as a tonic and also for catarrhal troubles have been greatly benefited by the same I am satisfied of tho ox collonco of tho samo Gharlos Pottys General Lcgg of Washington D C Writes 1 tako pleasure in endorsing tho many recommendations I havo hoard and road of Poruna because of having had knowledge of tho truth of so many of them Wo always toll our sick and ailing friends of tho remedies that wo havo learned from exp rionco were good for us when ailing in tho same way and wo do it as a duty wo feel that wo owo themWhy is It any tho loss our duty to advise all tho people wo can when w know of a good and comparatively in expensive remedy that makes many cures and benefits in almost all cases My own little personal experience of being relieved of deafness caused by a siege of catarrh warrants mo in ad vising all tho afflicted to just try PerunaA M Legg Col Shatswcll of Washington D C ritesU I commend Peruna as a most agreeable aa well as effective medicine Catarrh and catarrhal colds are checked and generally oared by a Judicious use of it It is a good promoter of digestion and Is an excellent remedy for a weak stomach It tones up tho appotlto ands not at all diaagroebblo to tako Nathaniel Shatswoll Captain Jackson of Washington D C YritesU I am eightythree years old a veteran of tho Black Hawk Mexican and Civil Wars Some years ago I was seriously affected with catarrh of tho stomach Aftor tho us a of throe bottles of Peruna every apt earanco of my complaint was removalarIf you do not derive prompt and satis factory results from tro uso of Peruna write at once to Dr ED irtmnn giving a full statement of your ease and ho will bo pleased to give you hit valuable ad vice gratis Address Dr Hartm n President ot Ilartman Sanltarl m Colnmbra O All correspondence he ro4 UvL the company with cards on which each was to guess the original of the different pictures Much merriment was caused by the numerous error This feature was followed by u Black Cat Party The guests were oresent ed with cards decorated with black cats and each bearing thirteen ques tions the answers to which all began with cat In the Baby contest Mr Harry Kemper won the prize and Miss Jessie Brady was the fortunate one in the conundrums both of their cards be ing perfect The prizes were laige bouquets of exquisite carnations and ternsThe house was beautifu fly decorated with cut flowers Refreshments were served by throe little girls in white 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