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Digital page images are linked to the text file. jTHE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS 1 1ItrFORri Equity Warehouses Are Ready i a For BusinessOne Belief That Much Tobacco Will Be Handled J l Practically all arrangements have been completed for handling tho tobacco I of Breckenridge and Hancock county farmers in the Equity ware houses in this county at the opening of the next season Some tobacco has been received by the houses at Kirk and McQnady but none here nor at Hardinsbnrg As stated in tho News last ween the warehouses and managers forthem have been secured and the contracts between tho growers and the Louis ville Warehouse company which iis the money power behind the warn house movement havo been made by the finance committee composed of G S Wilson hi B Oglesby and Silas Miller which was appointed at tne tobacco growers convention at Hardinsbnrg on April 1 Last week a change in the number of places in- Tlrr L the county where tobacco will be re- T ceied was made Stepheusport being omitted from the original list of five pIaaces Insteaa of Crawford Squiresof Stepbensport managing warehouses here and atStophensportus was Itfirstplanned Mr Crawford will not t take an active interest in the move ment while Mr Squires will manage 1 the warehouse in this city This will F leave three other Equity warehouses Bardhh3burgII Kirk and McQuady wnere Jchn ORiley Sheeran Jarboe and Lyons Bras respectively wilt be in charge It is announced that all four aro ready tor busines3 and the move ment seems an assured success Mat Lancaster of Louisville a representative of tho Louisville Warehouse company and Mr Squires were here last Wednesday and made ar rangements to rent the J B Pace to bacco factory to use as the local Equity wajehpnso Lew Waggoner r hasbeen selected for grader at tins A1 4 s Bouse The part of the business at each of i J willJcommittee will be in the charge as 1 i for at possible of the member of the t committee who resides nearest the touse111 Tnere is some speculation as to the amount of tobacco that will be deliv Iered at the Equity warehouses and as I to the number of farmers who will i want advances and the number who J i will not One member of the hnance stated to the News that it K JJcowmltteo that a largo nnmoer l tobaccolthey thoroughly understand the terms f on which thin will be done and I realize that it is the best plan to hold 1 1for better prices becanse the tobacco is put in a bettor condition for keep ing it than wonld be possible on the tarm He also said that ho oelieves if many Hancock county growers will y I I ji deliver their crops to the local house Many growers who are members of American Society ot Equity are 1 1the to hold their tobacco at as are nonmembers of this L organization to whom the use of the J Equity warehouses are open also The terms on which tobacco will be handled have already boon set forth in these columns planIs 4 Ayers You know the medicine that makes pure rich blood u Ayers Sarsaparilla Your r mother grandmother all your folks used it They trus- tedSarsaparillat it Their doctors trusted it Your doctor trusts it Then trust it yourself There is I health and strength in it u I mlTered terribly from Indigestion unit tutu blood I found no relief until I took Ayers Sarnaparllla Four bottles perma aentl cured lIllt8njV n fAnI Mt Rhea x Y f100 a bottle J c Aran co a- syefor M i iYiiiiiii ml fii Rich BloodAyors Pills aro gently laxative I They greatly aid the Sarsaparilla a J 44 Pioneer SundaySchool And Temperance Man Of County Thos J Jolly of Bewleyville WILL MEET AT EPHESUS Program Arranged For Hardlnsburg Dist S S Convention The Hardiusbnrg district Sunday school convention will be held at Ephesus church on Saturday April 29 The program for the convention is as follows 1000 Devotional Rev W H Cal vert 1020 Opening and Closing Exer cises What and How lone Tay lor Beard 103 Sunday School Influence on the community Jno P Hnswell Jr 1005 In what does Pastoral Lead ership in Sunday School Consist Rev U S King 11 25 Reports of Sunday Schools and Appointment of Committees NOON RtXJESS 100 Pevoticnal Exercises 110 How secure and Maintain Or der Punctuality and Discipline Jesse Wit worth 120 Organization for Education and EvangelizationRev W H Calvert 150 Necessity of Making Sunday School a Missionary force IIssI Tula Daniel 200 How win the cooperation of Parents Rev Jackson Brear 215 Hf w may Pupils be Induced to Study the Lessons at Home Chasteene Kinueson 225 Teacher Training Prof E A Fox State Secretary 300 Children and the Chnrch Mrs M A Bowmer 310 Essentials to Success in Sunday School workMP Compton 820 What Knowkdge of Child nature Is Essential to Teaching and How can it oe Secured 800 Reports of Committees Other Business CloingAll School friends and workers are respectfully invited to attend the conention and all Sunday schools in the Hardinsburg district are urged to send delegates and reports with offerings of their respective schools W D Smith Pres Cora Mattnews Sec HAS STOOD THE TEST 25 YEARSITho old original GROVES Tasteless ChilliTonic You I now what you are taking ion and quinine In a tasteless form No euro no pay 50c I J A S Of E Picnics in Daviess A number of local unions of the American Society of Equity in Daviess J county are making preparations to give big picnics at early dates Members of the Society and farmers generally I will be invited to participate At the picnics there will be speakings and n good time generally This is considered a pretty good idea for local unions of the A S of E elsewhere c to adopt The May Smart Set The Nay Smart Set is n particularly rich number in poetry and short stories I The number is opened bliThe Vision ists an intensely interesting novelette I by Gelett Burgess There are fourteen delightful short stories and some season able lyrics by the best poets of the dayII No lover of good fiction Humor and verse can afford to miss this issue of the Smart Set who need help through it but by tho merchants of the county who realize that oven the advances made by the warehouses will put enough money into circulation to have an appred able effect on hitherto depressed business conditions Q f DID THINGS WELL WORTH EMULATING Good Talks at S S Convention- at IrvingtonResolutions to Use Thoughts and do Greater Work I Irvington Ky April 18 Spa oralThe Betrleyville district Sun day chool convention was held at too Baptist church here Saturday Despite the unfavorable weather quite a large crowd was In attendance Doubtless all who attended were lbene fited by the talks and addresses which were made The minutes and the resolutions of the convention aro as follows The convention opened by singing praise to our Lord Rev Dan Shacklett read the ninetieth Psalm tollowed with prayer invoking Gods richest blessings on the convention and all sunday School workersWe extended a hearty welcome by Mr Herndon As Rev E B English was absent the response was given by Rev Schultz He expressed our sentiments when he said We are glad to be hero not for social pleasure only but to jgather good seed The first topic called was Pastors Place in the Sunday School and Ddes much Depend on him by Rev Schnltz in which he said The pastor ishould bo an important factor of all ithurch work Let the pastor do five minutes of catechetical work It will teachohildren moro of the Bible than iany sermon Pastors business to nave jgeneral oversight of whole school The climax ot this work is to lead children and older ones unto the kingdom of I Christ And whoso ulnae is it more ithan tho pastors On MIss Fraysers topic The Power I of Suggestion she said Children act more readily on a suggestion than older ones and imitate their elders Now does not that wake Sunday school tachers think The greatest power to suggest in life is by ttudyI ing Christ his work and word We can not suggest to children on Sunday unless wo have listened to His sug gestions during the week Mrs Robt McGlothlan divided nor subject Why wo should study tho 1 lesson and When into two divisions Why For love and compensation Love j for Him who has done so much for ius than we nave the joy of giving in jthis lovo Wten Prepare during tho week It is thou the jov arid beauties of the llesson surround us Mr Cain said Conventions do pay 1as an advertising of the Sunday school They bring people of all der inominations together in Christs workMrs Piggotts most excellent paper vas summed np in this We must see Jesus if wo expect to win and hold the hildreu Lord is it I that shall betray tho trust Thou hast given me The story of the Five Thousand was beautifully told by Miss Frayser Lot- usi not forget the truth she wished to i impress Christ wants us to give all as the little boy did Rev Lewis said the church had not fully realized the importance and possibility of the Sunday so hoot For it generally let the Sunday school run itself and it is dangerous for t anything to run itself Every church member should be a Sunday school worKer Miss Kurtz said one missionary feature in Sunday sahool was bring Ing others to the school Another teaching them to give so as to uulight en thoso poor deluded neighbors of ours across the sea And are we teaching the children such Tim Mission of Sunday School Rev Hynes The Sunday school is tho church engaged in the study of Gods word and its mission is to teach reach and to save men One of the greatest hinderances to the Sunday school is the lack of par ents not attendingso said severalsAll schools of the district were rep resented and had splendid reports After much discussion and dissen awn the following officers were elected for ensuing year S 0 Dowell Pres T B Henderson Vice Pres Nan E Lvddau Seoy RESOLUTIONS Hesolved First that the people of Irvington by their hospitality in pro- vIding for the welfare and comfort of iis their visitors have renewed their many evidences jf bighearted kind news toward thoir fellow men and as Jr Druggists Sell Out I DR PAt LDKMPbTER Junior member of new drug firm Irvington Ky April ISSpeciul Lyons Dempster have bought out the firm of Smith Moretnan the drug gistsaud will build a twostory brick in which to conduct the business A Fair Proposition If you suffer from Piles Eczema or Stun Diseases go to your druggist and get a bottle of Paracamph use it HS directed It you are not satisfied with the results go back and get your money TO IMPROVE TAR SPRINGS W J Halliday New Owner flakes Excellent Impression Here W J Halliday ot Chicago who hay bought the Tar Spnnjs property near this city was interviewed by a representative of the News last weeK as to the nature of the Improvements he Intends to make ou the nroporty Mr Halliday was reticent about giv ing out any information as to his plans but authorized the statement that he will improve tho property It is understood that Mr Halliday has not yet made all arrangements for Improving the property but will make public his plans when he has done so- The property was bought last year from R K Williams of Evausvillc und Joe Cooper of Hawesville oy Mrs Estelle True Nell cf Cliirsgo Mrs True Nell did not pay all of the purchase pries and there was a mortgage on tho property which was paid by Mr Hulliittiy These and other arrangements that hitve been made between tno original owners and Mrs True Nell and Mr Halliday bare put the property entirely into his pus sessionMr Halliday has been in the sum mer resort business for years and has been very successful He has made an excellent impression here and tho general opinion is that bo will improve and operate the Tar Springs on a scale that will wake it a firstclass summer retort acct a benefit to the town m CASTORIAForI The Kind You Have Always Bought SI Bears the Signaturoof t that we tender them our thanks for what they have this day done Second That to the choir whose songs and to Miss Muntord in par ocular whose song contributed to pleasure of the rtay we express theI hearty appreciation of their presence and assistance in thti days splendid workThird That to our visiting workers in general and especially to Visa Nannie Leo Fiayser whoso talks are inspiringly helpful we use tnis medium as an attempt to express our ap preciation of her coming to us in this noble work Fourth That we treasure iteeu use and pass on t6 others the helpful tae sublime thoughts and the practical helps we have received in this convention Fifth That after this feast of good things provided by old and young veterans of years with accumulated experience and ripe wisdom and youthful workers whose enthusiasm and ability nromlso greatness and rich- harveststhat we return to our ro spective schools with renewed vows for faithfulness in all thingsgreat and small believing that the present year the heat we have ever seen and working toward extending and perfecting the intluenoe of the Sunday school wcrk A 0 STANLEY TO SPEAK Accepts Invitation to be At County Seat On Monday May 8 Obugrejjuiin A O Stanley of the Second district has accepted nn invita tion of the tobacco growers ol Brecken ridge county to address them at Hurdias burg on Monday May 8 the first day of circuit court Congressman Stanley has addressed tobacco growers at Ilawes ville Owensboro and other points in vIcdare gratified to learn that he has accept ed their invitation cud it iid very prob able that a large crowd will bonhand to hear him Mr Stanleys letter of acceptance is addressed to Joel II Pile Secretary of the Brerkenridge County Union A S of E through whom the invitation was made and reads as follows H The Itind invitation of the lark tobac co growers of Breckenridge county tendered through you with such an earnest and flattering greeting is accepted with pleasure I shall allow nothing to pre vent my coming at that time This movement of the dark tobacco growers to prevent the trust fixing both the prhe of the raw material and the finished product has already in many places been crowned with a success that is astonishing when you consider the obstacles which were met and over come I am convinced that I could devote my energies and what poor capacity I possess to no greater cause than this and I have already been abundantly re warded in the success which has ben attainedLet me tender through you to this great organization which you represent my sincerest wishes for their success Assuring you once again of my more than willingness to assist you in every way possible I remain Very truly yours II A 6 Stanley I have usoil ChuuiuerliunB Stomach and Liver Tablets with most satisfac tory resultssays Mrs If L Phelps Huston Texas For indigestion bilio mnoss ant constipation those tibletg are most excellent Sold by Snort S Haynos Subscribe for the NEWS HEALTHis Most Important RoyalBaking experienceEvery cake raising has been exhaus tively studied in this country and abroadThe result is a perfect prod uct in Royal Baking Powder There is no substitute for it The purity andefficiency of Royal Baking Powder have been commended by the highest authorities of the world These facts mean two impor tant things to all housekeepers First that Royal Baking Powder Is healthful and makes wholesome food Second that Royal flak- Ing J Powder makes food to taste i IIgood ROYAL IPOWDERI ABSOLUTELYPURE Mayes To Be Candidate While the Hon T Scott Mayes has made no definite announcement of his candidacy for tin Democratic nom nation for Congress in tho Fourth district it is known by his friends that he will enter the race Spring field Sun rJ WeVe HIre dtrx Uncle m SamAs our agent to SIinV anti cods and an iiivetiwnt iiini with us iiv iMttrr Hum n EIIollrII Iof Hunt laud1 This iis a IHII u1ellSpring Suits atl0 nndl IThey are black Thibets for dress wear and fancy CnsMiiKrrs and Worsteds in linht medium and dark patterns for business wear They are GUAKANTKHU AUWOOIand made in thoroughly uptodate styles What wensk you to do Is to write and ask for samples nnd measure- IJlRllksAAlug you saw TillS nd ill THIS paper Ours Is the largest and oldest house iu our line in the South We OWN our hulldlli and have done business on the SAMli SPOT for over 1ORTY YKARS We sell CLOTHING HATS and IUKNISH INC1S for men and boys SHOES for every body We PAY KXlRKSS on to worth and send all goods StIlJHCT TO APPROVAL Style books for nil hues free on request Iet us hear from you LEVytSThird and Mark- etLOUISVILLE fi WE ARE UNLOADING LUMBER DAILY K i At our several yards and uro prepared to supply your wants with cllollog NEW stock at prices tout wo are sure will please you v- j nil j1 1Supposoi you glvo us a chance to figure on your next requirements In tho i ll i lumber line t X1 y J JP Will Co LUMBERMEN j B LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Is 7 s- i 4 1DRURYSi ii BREEDING STOCK I IDenrnark R Dare I DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE Dare is a blood bad stallion foaled May 1896 Sire hester Dare 10 by Black iiDonmark Mollie by Holla Denmark he by Star Denmark 71 2nd dam by Jno Akin MK J V BOYD of Shelbyville Ky his former owner and one of the best saddle horse IbsItarries tail right This horse goes all the gaits fist and right lIe is a high school horse and the S best registeredThisBewloyville on Louisville road and will i be 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 and we i NAtr a ISS j UI in by I I W D of 1 f i I d mdI- I 1 tllsaslo luJan 0 this A blacK cloud is low in tho r 1 intena to visit I today but had to give it upon I account of tho rain I had n con versation with tnn father of James J Jeffries He is an He toldI me that he had traveled mound the world fire times and had always followed the biblical to curry neither money nor script He spok of the Big Jim as ho called him The ship iis taking on coal today the work being done by H motley crowd among which are Kanakas und Porto IlicauH The last named were ImoortedI by the to work on the sugar and I am t ill have proved to be a case of white on their hands as they will not work at steady and are of the lowest criminal class I I At 3 p m we bade farewell to the island and resumed our long voyage The territori al bond name down to the pier and UH off The sun name out and a rainbow in the east and visible as we steamed out to see I hud heard mid read much about a id I was in what Isaw Ir is a place to live in if one can afford It but it is no place for a laboring man to seek a home as wages are kpt down by the Asiatics anti about the cnlv is the of sugar I am told that the land is owned in large trants by and is not tor sale You ask nro their owners natives o bless your life they are white men who came to civilize them Result the white wall gets tho land and the native gets The natives are large and re bust in and in lined to obesity the women said to be unused uy eating a native fruit called Poi These simple people are groat lovora of flower The women wear grout wreaths of them on their heads and about their necks Old tell me that the climate Iis perfect Thers IIs no disease to combat except leprosy and some of the neople even claim that it is neither it is seg as much as on the island ot Molokni Jan 10 Hell oahu to day of interest 110 ships sad no fish seen Jan 11 Sea the I have soon yet a ripple to dfstur- It I saw 7i few flying fish They are not just what them to be They lire small from to st or eight inches in length and arc not good on the wing They skim along a few inches above the water often only a few yards and never more than ino or 200 yards It is said that they can fly only as long as thei wings are wet Jan 12 A tine dar sky clear sun hot of interest to write about Jan IK Day perfect jrnbtrec who by the way is from told me that he saw a rainbow last night at 11 p m A by As I am not from he did not have to show me I took his word for it Tne weather is very warm today Some or the men off part of the upper deck and them r selves by taking salt water baths turn ing the fire hose on each other Jan 15 You seo I have from the 13th to the ICth as we cross ed tho date line lest night at 0 p m I retired the 13 and awoke this morn ling Monday the 1C Some of the men who were on deck at 10 a m claim that they saw a or not Some others who me as going good men and trne say that they were not able to seo that even looked like a whale Jan 10 17 18th and 1Jth The trip is getting rather Thoro Is to write rbout and to be seen but an waste of water whlcn seems to rite at all pointy of the compass in a incline which makts it appear as if we were in n basin One of the recruits died on the 17 inst death being due to fever He was not buried at sea but will bo taken back to the States I saw a few albatross the Ibth but have not sight ed a ship since Ho nolulu Wo had quite a number of very good box Ing bouts last week Jan 2U I am this at IIp m Of the beautiful I have seen I think that this excels all The moon is tall and appears to be more brilliant than when seen at home Light fleecy clouds are across the sky causing the moon to appear as if a thin veil were over it The spirits of the men are at high tide Nearly all seem to enjoy good health Some are troubled with tom porary which are to be ex pected to trouble during a long sea voyage A large crowd are high carnvial on the spar deck I can hear them now The shrill notos of a fife and the crash of three snare drums obtained by removing the from as many papier mache grips This drum corps are the echoes ot the civil war by strik ing ui such tunes as John Body Dixie and the Stirs and night go up and take a smoke and give tile reader a pointer which will not come amiss if you ever take a trip on an army Night be foro last I an place to sleep that Is if the weather next Watt until taps have sounded and has turned in except blankets go up on dock look up H little forward of the bridge and you will see the boat deck with four large lifeboats lying thereon Watch your chances and when the officer on the up your blankets seize tho and pull up but oe careful and dont expose to view Now crawl along the deck until you reach one of the lIfo boats You will find that it is pretty large and that from the keel outward and there 1 1 quite a slope Now fold one of your two thick nessos spread it under the slope remove your put it where yon would place a pillow if you had one Now lit down and spread the otner olanket over yoq and if you dons fall into a sweet and restfnl t I sleep it will bo because your stomach or your conscience are not just right Jan 20 Weather still title but get ting very hot land on the side at 8 p m An island of the Ladrone group We passed about 10 miles to the south of it at 5 p m and at this 030 we are the northern coast of an island the name of which I havo not learned but think it is Guam It appears to be of largo size Jau 21 My surmisj proved to be correct At about 10 m last night we lay to and fired three rocKets the signal ot our arrival but did not go in until this I was up early to seo what the place looked like What 1 saw was like most coast line bluffs rugged and broken here and there by a stretch of sandy beach The land is covered with the usual growth I cannot tell you much about Quoin except that which has been told me for we were not ashore as there is no dok the harbor being very We aachor about two miles trom shore and to unload 80 tons of first trans fering thorn to of shallow draft and thence to the shore the libor being by small copper colored natives The city of Agana the capital of tne island is situated inland a distance of seven miles and cannot be seen from the bay Only a few houses can be seen near the beach Tno town is by 100 U S marines who occupy a very Joomng set of barracks on a hill near the beach I n plunge m the bay this The idea seemed to strike about fitty of the as there was a over the rail to see who could be tirst in Wo were to the ex tent when we were ordered back on board by the officer of the day who said that the bay was full of sharks At 330 the freight having been un loaded we hoisted anchor and put to sea We are now on the Only a few more days and we will be on terra firma once more Jan 23 of interest today Is tired as the nov elty ot the voyage has worn off and ono needs a change for instance it would be if one could get off and walk for awhile Jan 21 We are still ahead days out of San and two days yet before we roach our This is a big pond Jan 25 Oh but the beats down ou us today Why dont we go ask Well becauss If we did we would almost for want of air for there is very little of It cir between decks We have plen ty or canvas and could put It up as awnings but the officer will not nermit it as he says it is beet to get used to the heat now rather than wait until we get ashore I agree with him on that but some of the lads dont see it that way How ever tney refrain from sug of land In eight to day We entered strait at about 0 a m Luzon is on our star board side and during the day we have passed on our port side tirst Samar Masbato the group and Mindoro The water is smooth as glass The land on either side shows r I invite our and to call and him You must see him to hisi I BenThis Jack for mules will be at the above where he will be for at 10 for a colt that up and sucks BEN is t hands high black with the best bone I ever saw on jack and has to be a To the got of Dare I will give a of S10 for the best colttTo the get of BEN I will give S10 for tho mule colt worth the most A few mares from a kept on grass at 150 per at owners risk you for past and for of same I am I J I i I CHAS H DRURY Bewleyville Kentucky a NrMMINNMAtH IU A TRIP FROM FRANCISCO TO MANILA Written dairy form formerly j Raining morning hanging southwest Punch- Bowl evangelist Induction affectionately champion Japnness Portugese planters plantations elephant employment beautiful Hawaiian played beautiful appeared remained Honolulu not disappointed beautiful industry production capitHliHtH nothing npoearauctt Houiewhat especially residents contagiou- nor hereditary Nevertheless regated possible comparatively nothing sighted quietest scarcely ono wouldjimagine one getting nothing absolutely Coporal Missouri rainbow moonlight Missouri partitioned refreshed jumped International Saturday evening dideimpress anything monotonous nothing nothing unending gradual typhoid leaving writing nights suurrying occasionally ailments landsmen holding improvised clothing telescope improvised waking Marching Through Georgia Browns tosmoItransport discovered excellent youIeverybody yourr tossrrigging yourself yourself upward blankets making clothing L Sightea starboard writing skirting p morning tropical permitted shallow dropped proceded quartormastors supplies lighters performed garrisoned pleasant enjoyed morning command simultaneoulsy general scramble enjoying ourselves greatest homestretch Nothing everybody getting pleasant forging Twentyfour Francisco destination certainly sun fiercely belowyou suffocate culating commanding making gestionsJan 20Pltnty Bernardino Ransblan greatness kindly friends patrons inspect appreciate i famous Washington county utility found mentioned place ready service stands 15tanybodys proven himself great breeder Denmark premium general purpose money distance month Accidents Thanking patronage hoping continuation Respectfully Balltown I little signs of cultivation The greatest part looks to be almost untouched by the hand of man Here and there one can see a small village of bamboo huts walled and roofed with nipa grass I have seen five sharks and a school of porpoise since entering the strait We expect to arrive at Manila tomor row morning Jan 27 At lAst we have arrived at our destination We passed Corregodar Island at the entrance to the Lay about 5 oclock this morning and dropped anchor about one mile from the mouth of tho river at 7 a m I had made up my mind as to how the city of Manila would appear when seen from the harbor and I tind that I I I I I FREE was not very much mistaken The bay itself is much larger than I expected It looks to me as though all the ship ping in tho word could be sheltered here The German cruiser Fnerst Bis mark is moored a short distance away to port and almost directly astern is the US Battleship Wisconsin Across the bay at Cavite is almost the entire Asiatic Squadron The ships are all decorated with hunting in honor of Emporer Williams 46th birthday At 12 all the ships and land batteries tired a salute of twentyone guns in honor of the occasion While I write this I am sitting on the mess deck nrar a hatchway a gang of natives are busy yelling tine gestulatinc and FI WYW To All Of Our Subscribersm n Date 100 I YW f q Jl t t I as a side issue are unloading tho Y cargo The troops will not disembark i until tomorrow morning detailed for duty asHpaymasters guard and will ashore wl th him and alter 1ing him to the subtreasury will re l f thelport for duty at Pasey Garrison station of battery Tomorrow ing I will adios to a wornII very good freinds of mine in and 28th b tteries The 20th goes to i Mindanao and the 28th to Jolo I sup pose we will meet here for the home ward voyage in early part of ID 07I will say nothing about tho city i of Manila as I only intend this to cover the trip from San Francisco to this 1I4I H ud + f T5he Third Mr Everitts great book that is revolutionizing agriculture and the J front where from the importance of their business tho should boo Farmers will practice what this book teaches if they will only it is to THEIR INTEREST to do so and against their interest to not to read this new and wonderful book learn tho amazing revelations that can only from it Farmers have been kept in ignorance of their owit power and too long 111Iiready but now tho can come into tho broad bright light of a of them i The have been the helpless tools that worked for the enrichment of since tho placeThreepresent astern of pricing crops or boards of trade was iin vogue N throw eve r parasite off their backs fore- verFarmers Jt Will Come To U and tho will lift up every legitimate business with them The Third and that 1 I + peerless publication UPTODATEteaches how Wo want you to learn so this community and our tho gi eatbest degree of and permanent prosperit the BRECKENRJDGE lneeds no introduction It has always stood for tho elevation of tho opportunities equal rewards measured by merits and for fair treatment of the classes We are glad to offer to our old subscribers and new ones that secure tho truly great works mentioned above We have examined them and ivo of any thing that will be more beneficial to this community than a wido Tho Third Power and a reading of UPTODATE FAUMIXG JJ Old subscribers who are in arrears can get the advantage of paying all 1 to datearrearages up i V Town State The Breckenridge News ThirdPowerIncloso 100 for u years subscription to The BreckenrldRe News Subscription begins Name Old or now Subscriber Address Agents name Y V r am go escort my say the to price of for one the lII The News SI00 The Third Power UptoDatc FarmIng 100II J mo IS 215 1 All for 100 I 1 v- I + ytr r I y IytiI 4JJJ t L11U JU- lSkLE I 1 I A r T Here is I Your Chance for Bargains I JJ Don t Wait Or You Will Surely Miss It 1tt I CONTEMPLATING A POSITIVE CHANGEin business 1 1 will close out without reserve my entire stock of rI Clothing Dry Goods Furnishing Goods Hats and Caps Shoes i EtcjLquickly as posin my four separate 1 1sible I have cut the prices on every article at and below cost To parties wishing to buytheentire stock and fixtures or parts of stock I will offer special inducements J cash or produce will take these bargains and that this sale is no advertising Please bear in mind that in this sale no goods will be charged Only I dodge but a bonafide closing out sale time to mark article down from former prices this sale will commence on iI As it requires a few days every t If Saturday April- t and continue till the stock is sold IIJJ 1 t 90tf All other mens and boys units at nnd below cost Koys knee punts as long as they last at j lOcAll other pants at and below cost I IFR011 OcUl fCn1icoeS in rent variety of patterns us long as they last at- I 4zc 4cAll dress goods will be offered at sacrilioing prices 300 yards of fancy skirt and waist silk fully worth 100 n yard now at 33c Mens Ladies Boys and Childrens Shoes Several Thousand Pairs at an Immense Reduction We have not the space to enumerate every article and only will add that those having dealt with us before know that wheat we say we mean and those that have never dealt with us will judge for themselves by giving us an early call before the stock is sold J SCHOPP Stephensport Ky 1 Yr I 1 BRECKENR1DGE NEWSJ- NO D end V Q BABBAGE Editor and Proprietor Issued Every Wednesday u Subscription Price f100 a year or 125 if paid at the end of year CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged Or at the rate of 10 rents per line OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 onto per line Money In advance Examine the labol on your paper If It 1Is not correct please notify us t When ordering a change In the address sabscrlbcrs should give their old as well as the new address EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY April lg 190- 5ANNOUNCEMENTS Fun JAILER VlE are authorised to announce W JHall VY0f Kockvalp for the ofllee of Jailer of Breckenrlape county subject to the action Of the Republican party Top hogs 54 cents Next Sunday is Easter A big crop of corn is being planted The fruit crop iie safe yet in this section All indications pointto a 100 wheat crop for 1903 If farmers stand for this price they will surely get it Fordsvllle voted an increased ma jority for local option last Saturday All honor to the temperance element in that town Tomato Lotarup have been ruined oy frosts during the recent cola weather and it is said it will be necessary for many to now seed again Tho actual conditions of the farmers are fully presented iin The Third Pow er and to be fully appreciated it J must be read by every farmer You t l can get this book and the News one year for only one dollar The Third Power is the book of al1II books tor tho former and every farmer should read it We give this book and a three months subscrip tion to UpToDato Farming with a years subscription to the News SAnd us your subscription at once i Remember that a 25 per cent reduction in the acreage of tobacco means more than a 25 per cent advan ce in the price not only for the pres i ent orop but for the next crop Do this farmers and show to the world that you mean what you say ii We notice a lot of plant beds ovor the county We hope this dont meanJJ an increased acreage of tobacco 100fpie who are not in sympathy witht the farmers movement are saying there will be a bigger crop of tobacco set this year than last and they areIj watching the planting season Fnrmt ers stick to your 25 per cent rOOuot tion It is your only salvation for tettter prices That was bad treatment the InteII Demorratiu convention gave the Hont D eo Moorman in ignoring him for reendorsement for the legislature Dave Moorman did more for the suc cess ot the Democratic ticket than any man in the county He brought to that ticket more independent votes and harmonized the party more than any one man He gave uo his moneyff and his time and made the county about ag fair a representative as it 1 ever had And now forsooth that he is in the employment of the tobacco trust he is not a hood Democrat or a good citizen For shame on any man or party that is so narrow so prejudiced OASTCIBoars theT e Kind You Have Always Boura Signature Y41or t a Mrs Jas Stone Injured Mrs James E Stone a former resis dent of this county was seriously hurt in Louisville by a fall while stepping from a street car Her condition is now ImprovedC Spring Humors Come to most people and cause many troubles pimples boils and other eruptions besides loss of appetite that tired feeling fits of biliousness J indigestion and headache Tho sooner one gets rid of them tho better and tho way to get rid of them and to build up tho system that has suffered from them is to takecHoods Sarsaparilla and PillspI Forming in combination the Spring Medicine par excellence Cl unequalled strength in purifying the blood as shown by unequalled radical and permanent cures ofIScrofula Salt RhoumIJ Scald Head Bolls Pimples All Kinds of Humor PsorIasisnBlood Poisoning Rheumatism Catarrh Dyspepsia Etco Accept no substitute but bo euro tob J ilJft REMEDYCA AR HI REMEDYIB RFCYSGIVE Setlsfaotlon 1 HRary Elys Cream Balm G rl Relief at Once It cleanses soothes NMcuredeuros Catarrh and NAY Fdrives away H Cold in d T tlathe Head quickly It Is absorbed Ilcu and Protects the Membrane Uestores tho Senses of Taste and Smell Full size 50c at druggists or by mall Trial Size lOc by mall ELY imOTHEUS MWnrrcn Street NY Jarboe And His Followers The Hock of fool sheep tola of in the clipping below reminds us of in incident In the late Democratic county convention at Hardinsburg The clp pine is from the Baltimore Herald and reads as follows Tho most striking example of fol lowing a leader Into the jaws of death I ever saw took place in Kent county last week said a Kent county farm er ExSheriff Edward J Pluramer he continued had a flock of seven teen sheep which for some unaccount able reason determined to go from one pasture to another To make the journey it was necessary to cross the creek on the ice Sure enough the old buck of the flook walked cautiously out on tho weakened ice When h e was about midstream it gave way and ihe plunged in Tae other jmeep instead of return- Ing j to the shore which they could nave done deliberately and as the lawyers would put it with malice aforethought walked Into the hole in the ice made by their leader and were drowned Nothing but shee would havo ever been fool enough to be guilty of such a performance There was possibly some excuse for the fool hardy old buck but I can thinK of no extenuating circumstances in the cast of the others MS HALLS MIRACLE Experiences Similar to This Have Oc casloned Considerable Comment in Cloverport Few women are better known inI Rockport N Y than Mrs Pattie D Hall as she belongs to one of the best families and has a large circle of friend- and acquaintances In a recent interview Mrs Hall said The experience 1 have been throug- n I ii the last two years seems like a mIra- cle I was so badly off that life seemed almost unendurable and my dealuess increased so that I cool l scarcely Lea r anythijg The suffocation in mv chest and the indigestion caused by my catarrh produced very severe suffering I had different physicians bought everything that anybody recommended toI me but finally gave up in despair One day my milliner asked me if I had ever tried Hyouiei I began the and can thankfully testify Hyouiei does cure this tenible dis Since using it my hearing iis greatly improved find the only time have any trouble is when I take cold I then use Hyoniei and always get instant relief My friends marvel at the change in my health and hearing Hyoniei has made many cures of catiarrh and in connection with Hyomeii balm of catarrhal deafness in Clover part Similar experiences to that of Mrs Halls have created a large sale for Hyoniei with Short S Haynes The complete outfit including the inhaler costs but 1 while extra bottles are but 50 cents Ask Short K Haynes to show you the strong guarantee nude which they sell Hyouiei Big Class Of Pytliians I A class of about thirty have tanen the first degree in the local lodge o Knights of Pythias during the tewtt past weeks The lodge now has eve hundred member and is growing more rapidly in membership thanII was anticipated as it was expected works ago that the class would be compos d of not more than twenty The lodge WitS engaged in itsjj work of initiation until about 12jj Thursday night when ninoII candidates for membership took the second degree and three the first Distilling Company Settles Judge Walter Evans of tha Federal District Court yesterday signed an order permitting the Brandenburg Distilling Company at Brandenburg- to pay iOO as a specific penalty and 1892 as tax evaded together wit settleI e is concerned of removing and selling brandy the tax ou wblohI had not been paid and ot failing destroy stamps on empty brandy and refilling the same Dies Very Suddenly- Mrs Frank Megerley died Sunday morning about 5 oclock as th o I result of an attack of heart disease which came upon her Saturday iiftor She was about eighty years of I ago and is survived by her husbandI I ono child George Megorloy Tne funeral was conducted trom the col red Baptist church Sunday afternoon itov Pope the pastor and the was in the city cemetery i I Iltaton Hardin Cards have been received here an flouncing the marriage of Miss Myrua Jewell Hardin to Mr Oscar Myers Hinton loth of Owensboro at Settle Chapel M E church in that city ou Wednesday evening April 26 Miss Hardin is the accomplished daughter of W H Hardin formerly of Lodiburg but now of Owensboro and a niece of Hon Geo W Jolly of Owens Isborn I After a two weeks bridal trip throughl the Southern states Mr and Mrs fin ton will be at ho ue to their friends A Dareduil Ride often ends in a sad accident To heal accidental injuries use Bucklens Arnica Salvo A deep wound in my foot from an accident writes Theodore Schuele of Columbus p causes me great pain Physicians were helpless but Bucklens Salve quickly healed it Soothes arid heals burns like magic 25o at Short C Haynos druggists R W Owen Loses By Fire The storehouse and contents of the J B Taylor Co burned at 1130 Monday night The J B Taylor Co has been in business here for about six years The firm consisted of Jas B Taylor and R W Owen and it did a general hardware business Ttey carried n stock of about 4000 in the burned building the latterbeing put up at a cost of near 1 500 insurance 2000 on both stock and building Not loss about 3500 Lewis port cor Hancock Clarion Frightful Suffering Relieved Suffering frightfully from the vim eat poisons of undigested food C U Grayson of Lula Miss took Dr thepresult he writes that I was cure ed All stomach and bowel disorders give way to their tonic laxative proper 1 1 es23o at Short A Haynes drug store guaranteed Beck ith to Give Recital Hirdinsburg Ky April 18Spe- eialProf J F B Benkwitb of St Paul will give a recital on the evening of Friday April 21 at the opera house for the benefit of the Ladies Aid Society of the Baptist church Mr Beckwith was formerly profes ofsMinnesota and comes highly recom rendinghat and gave I faction Dont Take Any Chances On having bloodpoisoning or ugly scars from a Burn Cut or Bruise but use Paracarnph 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 Bottle in her home eevery day in the year To be Dedicated May 14 Hardinsburg Ky April 18SpeII IDiorThe new M E church Swath w111 be dedicated Sunday May 14 Bishop Morrison will preach the ded icatury sermon His fame as a pulpit 1j orator will doubtless draw a large con gregaton He has been heard hero once before The district conference of tho M E church South will convene here May 11 and continue three da- ysOAl3TORIA i Beare the1ha Kind You Have Always Bough Signature cf Will Study Under Dr Simons- Mr and Mrs Gins Wendelken and l children returned Sunday from Louis beenfattending medical college t DrrA A Simons this summer and reenter college next fall tocomplete his last year iu the study of medicine tWon A Name of Fame DeWitts Little Early Risers the famous little pills have been made I famous by their certain yet harmless I and gentle action upon the bowels and J liver They have no equal for biliousness I constipation etc They do not I weaken the stomach gripe or make yon feed sick Once used always pre ferred Theystrengthen Sold by all druggists First Visit In Many Years Hardinsburg Ky April 18 Spe hoialThe Rev Edward Barnes of Ramsey Ill was here last week the guest of nis brother Judge W KJBarnes On Thursday evening he delivered a fine discourse at the M E I church to an appreciative congrega J tion It was his first visit in fourteen JJ years JJ The Right Name is DeWitt DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cools soothes and heals outs burns boils bruises piles and all skin diseases K E Zickefoose Adolph W Va 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 Aged Negro Dead George Owen colored died Satur day of the infirmities doe to old age iat Iris home on his farm about two miles south of fair city He is surviv ed by a wile and several children among whom are Harvey and J O Owen of this city The funeral was held Sunday the interment Doing at the family burying ground Hear All AU persons who have Catarrh Asth ma Bronchial or Throat Troubles should use Paracamph It relieves instantly and contains no opium or morphine New Mail Clerk on Branch IJames U Wade who has been the efficient mail clerk on the L and N railway between Owensboro and RUB hasabeen transferred at his own request to the same position on the LH and St L railway between Irvington and Fordsville READ TillS Bowling Green Ky June 12 1001 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir We have been selling your Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery for two years and can recommend it to any one suffering with any Kidney trouble as being the best remedy we have ever solj Yours truly W C Morris Co A TEXAS WONDER One small bottleot the Texas Won der Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emis sions weak and lame backs rheu matism and all irregularities of the Kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your druggist it will be sent by mail on receipt of fl One small bottle is two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer P 0 Box 029 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggists WEBSTER Miss Ethel Beard is critically ill H L Kurtz is repainting his dwell ingAn infant child of Willie Hatfields died Sunday night Seth Knott has enlisted in the United States army We have a new section foreman Mr Weedman of Sample The extent of damage of the cold snap is as yet unknown Tnnrman Dr ne was at home Saturday and Sunday on a visit M GRobbms and family have gone to RocKy Ford Col to reside Mrs Alex Hendry went to Hardins burg last Thursday on business H C Stewart and Wm Chisui went to Kings Landing last Satu- rdayFREEF M One nicel6 x 20 inch M enlargement free with v each dozen cabinet size to photos at 250 during ri April only W B Oelze Photographer otMtarrrrr rrarrrrtrrtrawrtrr i1gSomethingi1 3 q jj Wanting in rr I Millinery Goods 1 j t t- k It will pay you to call and j t inspect my stock The styles are not only the very latest jj t but the prices are the prices r that please 1 also carry a s a fine line o- fLadies r a r Skirts f aa My line of goods this sea tson is the nicest 1 ever had 1 t and I am now ready for cus 5 t tomersij t Mrs P McCoy I t Irvington Ky SA- Ak A tAil Ai1 +1wA AA AAAt AAA A 13 Miss Corn Lee Anderson of Gaston visited Miss Nan Lyddan last week Mrs J T Drane went to Louisville last week to visit hr son Will Drane Bill Norton is erecting an addition to his house and improving it other wiseMrs S P Parks and Mis Susie Pollock went to Brandenburg shopping lust weeK H O Keys who has charge of railroad work near West Point spent Sunday here with his family This is rally week for our Sunday school and we extend a cordial invita tion to all within reach of us to come and join us Quite a number from here attended the Sunday school convention at Irvington last Saturday and reported an enjoyable time Photographs Cabinet Photos 250 per doz and up Hall Cabinet S200 Quarter CabinelS1 50ILarger sizes in propnrtion High class work Sittings at any W B DmtPhotOgraPher OOCXXXXJOOOOOCXXXXXXXXXXDOOO Aunt Betsey Basham an old lady of the Clifton Mills neighborhood fell last wee c and dislocated a should er Dr Pares way called and reducedII the dislocation t lJ Old Fashioned Barbecue and Picnic At HARDINSBURG in the beautiful grove on Clover port and Hnrdinsburg turnpike near tho tollgate Tuesday July 4 05 It is not too early now to begin to bear in mind the date and place of this barbecue anti picnic for we intend to l make it the most successful one we have ever given I Jno OReilly Hardinsburg I Muse Ale under hook 1 Props Jubal Hook Hardinsburg W N Pate Mnttingly J L1 NWI NflLWJ t Big SpringKy H MEYER GENERAL MERCHANT SpringKy Clothing and Odd Pants This department is refilled to its overflowing capacity with only the newest patterns at very close prices A selection suitable for young and old If in needcome We take pleasure in showing you through and convincing you how much money you can save Dress Goods This line is one of the prettiest you can find any where no matter where you go A beautiful line of Lawns for 4c per yard guaranteed fast color New style Swisses cheap at 12ic All the latest in Voiles the newest on the market Lace curtains at 39c a pair worth 65c Ladies Vests 5c worth lOc Ladies turnover colars2 for oc Simpson American Calicoes all colors 4 0ILaces and EmbroideryfThese goods must be seen to be appreciated They arc great money sa vcrsJJ Wo keep Carpets Mattings Window ShadcsLadies and Gents fine Shoes and Slippers and Furniture and a line line of Wall Paper Millinery The latest in Ladies and MissesIIeadgear Wo have secured an experienced milliner one who can suit tho taste of every lady See this lint of splendor before buy ing elsewhere t Bring us your Wool and other produce you have and secure the highest prices Yours for good cheer II MEYER BIG SPRING KY J ww r To Cure a Cold in One Day Big Embroidery ltelaWA9ICures I If In Two Days I Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets A PH Jonevery LSeven Million boxes sold in past 12 months This signature 9 25C I A FACT k 1BOUT THE BLUES What is known as the Blues Is seldom occasioned by actual exist ing external conditions but In tit11 4 great majority of cases by a disorder cd LIVERiTHIS IS A FACT which may be demonstra ted by trying a course of 4 bIts Pills They control and regulate the LIVER They bring hope and bouyancy to the mind They bring health and clastic ity to the body TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE Breckenridge News tThef t c WEDNESDAY April 10 1005 Wallace Pierce was In Louisville SaturdayDr L Ligntoot was In Hawes vllle Wednesday G B Farwell and family have moved to Morganfield Jesse Weatherholt was in Hard ns burg Thursday on a business trip Mrd Geo W Short entertained the Ladies Reading Club Thursday afternoon j Barney Squires was down fro T Stephensport Wednesday on a bnsi ness trip Mrs Fannie Lisben was the guest of Mrs Frank Eades at Owensboro J H Wills has returned fro t fSundayfto Mrs Henry Temple at Yel t Robbie Wilson has been visiting hisI i J grandfather Jno G Mattingly at I r RaymondMiss Hinton left Sunday for New Albany where she has a position as millinerMrs Adams returned Friday from a visit to Mrs 1 J Muckenfuss j at Owensborb Frank Haswell of Arcola Ill formerly of this city was here Thursday and Friday Mrs Shelby Conrad was In Louis ville Saturday the guest of her aunt Mrs Lula Norris Frank White has been down from Louisville where he has a position part of the past weeK W J Halliday and Wm Unau of t the Tar Springs were in Hardinabnrg r tripjan went to a short visit D S Duncan is in Owensboro t where he has a position with the American Grocery company Ms W H Bowmer and daughter Mrs Chas K Minary have returned from a short visit at Louisville Mrs Robert Burns returned Thurs day to Henderson after a visit to he i daughter Mrs Eugene Tatum Mrs J A Murray and children Miss Donald Murray and John Allen Murray went to Louisville Friday Henry DoH Moorman of Hardins burg Democratic candidate for count jndge was In the city Thursday watt Lancaster of Louisville wa fhere Wednesday in the interest a the Louisville Warehousa company t Mrs P LI King and children returned Saturday from a visit to Mr and Mrs Melville Eskridge at Owens boro t Chas K Minary of Springfield 5 Ill has been the guest of Mr and Mrs W H Bowmer part of the past week I SOfT toutj Like the running brook the l red blood that flows through the veins has to come from somewhereThe of red blood are found in the soft core of the bones called the marrow and c some say red blood also comes v from the spleen Healthy bone- I marrow and healthyspleen1 vare full of fat Scotts Emulsion makes new blood by feeding the bone marrow and the spleen with the richest of all fats the pure cod liver oil For pale school girls and invalids and for all whose J v blood is thin and pale Scotts t Emulsion is a pleasant and rich blood food It not only feeds I the bloodmaking organs but gives them strength to do their proper work Send for free ample SCOTT IJOWNU Chemists 409415 Pearl Street New York Soc and fioo all druggists I t Rev E Barnes left Saturday for his home at Ramsey 111 after a visit to his sister Mrs J J Dyer in this city and his brother W K Barnes at Hardinsbnrg oElys Liquid Cream Balm JH an old trlend in a new form It is prepared for the particular benefit of sufferers fr9m nasal catarrh who are used to an atomizer in spraying the diseased membranes All toe healing and soothing properties of Cream Balm are retained in the new preparation It does not dry up tne secretions Price inolndng spraying tube 75 cents At yon druggists or Ely Bro tners 50 Warren Street New York will mail it LODIBURG I Harrell was in Louisville Fri day Byon Cart of Union Star was here SaturdayMiss Mercer of Louisville is visiting at J E Mercers Miss Dott and Nath Ba ham of Louisvlle are visiting relatives here Mrs C L Avitt and son Johnie Visited her parents near Hardinsbnrg Saturday and Sunday Wm Head and daughter Lizzie Hell attended the Sunday school con vention at Irvlngton Saturday Miss A B Grant and Mrs 1 C Harrel have retunred from Louisville witn their line of spring and summer callmFor SundaySchool Benefit We are requested to announce that Prof E A Fox general secretary of the State S S association will give aster gridmAround the Holy Landat the Method ist frame church at Hardinsburg on April 29 All proceeds go to the State Sundayschool work OASX O RIElBean the 1fThe Md You Have Always Bough Signature a I Snow On Palm Sunday Snow to the depth of halt an inch in some places covered the ground and house tops here Snnday morning The cold weather of the past week is considered very unnnal for Airil as was the extremely pleasant weather in March The weather bureau prone ices a rising temperature tomorrow Speedy Trial Prevented Topeka Kan April 11IThe Stan dard Oil company has prey nted a speedy trial of the case brought against it by the attorney general by filing in the state supreme court a motion as ing that tht attorney general be required to make more specific charges in his suit to oust the company from Kansas 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 have been suggested To say that it can be cured is therefore a Chamberr lains Pain Balm which enjoys an extensive sale has met with great success in the treatment of this dis ease One application of Pain Balm will relieve the pain and hundreds ol sufferers have testified to permanent whenyPain Balm affords such quick relief nyfMore Are Against Whiskey Local option carried in an election at Fordsville Saturday by a majority of fiftyfour votes At the last local option election the majority was only thirteen votes which shows that there is a decided increase there in the sentiment against the liquor traftiu Appearance Docket Light Hardinsburg Ky April lSSveo- ial The appearance docket for the next term of court will be rather light There are however enough old cases to be tried to mane the session last about two weeks Will Move To Tell City Hardinsbnrg Ky April lSSpeo- lal William Brown has sold to B F Beard his residence on Third street The consideration was 500Mr and Mrs Brown will remove to Tell City Ind who he will reside with his fon John Y Brown Soldier And Child Dead Henry Marlow age seventytwo who was a union soldier in the civil war died Saturday at Fordsville of dropsy His daughter Hester ago bight died Monday from the effects of a full a week ago Both were buried Monday To Be Held At Irvington Irvington Ky AprillSSpecial The annual county Sundayschool con vention will be held here in the Method ist church on Thursday May 4 Purchase German Coach The imported German coach stallion Pedro has been purchased by a stock company composed of fourteeu of Rho delias progressive stockmen for 2000 7 J D R P KEENEIIr 1 Representing TAYLOR KEENE TAYLOR m4 i HII DENTISTS m J JWill OF OWENSBORO onlt laJi tj onlrjt- ty wait on all wishing High Class Den xi- fII tis try If Will be Here April 10 to 20 2 Locates At Stephensport IrvingtonKy AprilISSpccia1 Dr W H Wimp left Friday for Steph ensport to commence his practice as a physician He graduated in Louisville last week Work Rapidly Progressing Tho work of constructing the lino of traok between West Paint and Louis ville by the L H and at L railroad company is rapidlyI progressing With the Big Four Jesse Moorman has n position as fireman with the Big Four railroad his run being out of Louisville Visiting at Ammons Mrs Mary Moore ot Hanover Ina was visiting her stir Mr M B Payne at Ammons last weAk Illn Grief John said Mrs Twicewed you are a brute You dont express any sorrow that my mother Is dying I dont believe youd care if all my rela tives died Yes I would Maria answered the brute cheerfully I often find myself I grieving over the death of your first husband A Deduction Bugby Who was that lady who sat beside you at the theater the other evening Smith Why that was my wife Bngby Oh I dont mean the one who sat on your right I mean the one you talked with- Cheated Death Kidney trouble often ends fatally but by choosing the right medicine E H Wolfe of Bear Grove Iowa cheat ed death He says Two years ago 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 GOo L II S T L TIME TABLE EAST ROUND No 46 Daily Fast Train leaves Cloverport 507 AM stops ut Wost Iont only arrives at Louisville 715 A 5L No 42 Dully Mull and Express leaves Clo verport 954 A 1L stops ut ull way stations arrives Louisville 1235 Train No 44 Dully fast mull leaves Clu verport 448 pm stops at all way staitons utLoulslIIeaccommodation WEST HOUND accommodationleavesvllln 900 a m releavesII Hawesvllle Owensboro Henderson and E Iansvllle arrives St Louts 720 p m I Train No 43 Mull and Express dally ar elves Cloverport 12811 m Evansvlllo 1030 p m Stops at all stations No 45 dully St Louis fast train leaves Clo AMOwensboro and Henderson only betweenLouisvillecars and reclining chair cars on trains 45 and 46 between Louisville and St Louis Fordsville Branch EAST HOUND leavesFordsvllie030 amTrain No 4 Dully except Sunday loaves Fordsville 320 p m arrives Irvington 50p m Train No 6 Sunday only Fordsville 030 a m Irvington 003 p m WEST BOUND TraIn No 3 Dally except Sunday leaves IrvlnRton It 45u m iirlvus Fordsvlllo 245 pmTrain No 5 Dully loaves IrvlnRton 635pIm arrives Fordsville 025 p m SHILOH A F Cart has boon sick for several1I daysAmandos Biddle of Irvington visited his parents Sunday Benry Elder of Owensooro visited friends and relatives here last wee Miss Maggie Cart of Union Star visited Miss Auto Cart last Sunday Rev Moorer and wife of Sample visited Mr and Mrs Wm Beon last weekMiss Anna Grant ot Lodiburg was the guest of Mrs Annie SmgletDn lastI SundayMr and Mis Carlton Stiff have moved to Uloverport where they ex peot to reside Miss Ida Ater is visiting her grand parents Mrand Mrs August Dutschke atLodiburgMr George Louis of AUJJ mons were guests of Mr and Mrs Flake Ater last Sunday- F 1 M Cart has sold his white oak timber to Mr Meserve He expects to move his mill here and saw the tim berMrs Annie Singleton has just returned from Louisville with a tull stock ot ladles misses audchildrens uptoaate hats 0 I 1 II I WantSmr Advertisements Inserted under this head at ono cent a word per week FOB SALEFARM Ft SATg1lIrm ono mile from tnuan undhurnstock to sell A most doslrulilc place Write lilnjsouryFOR SALHTUITION CERTIFICATE FOR SALK Tuition Certificate In Bryant R IsvilleForcnrllJto News Clovurport Ky FOR SALECORN AND HAY Fan SALE 100 tons of hay and 1000 bushels timlthLewlsportn FOIL SALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting machines lot of rood Laundry machines UnsollneEnglnosMARTIN StreetloulsIIIIBORR OW r moro fors yeurt lit 3 per rent and pay back monthly Attend 50000 ahomesire Uunau Chlllleothe Missouri FOR HALKLIVEUY STABLE OtTFIT 1 ImrrllSwrUtvto H A Smith Steplrellport Ky DREAM ROOK There Is i a cause for every yourdreamtotrnUlplrlbook published enclose 25c und mail your OrdlrDept DUROCSJERSEY PIGS FOR SALE I am now olTlrln a nice lot of lIars and pijsYonanywllIrlhorouhhrlJdI my place 3 a head In shipping order 10 E P HARDAWAY Bowloyvlllo Kentucky HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES One way second class colonist tickets to South and Southeast first and third Tuesdays each month at reduced rates Homeseekers Excursions to all points to which homeseekers rates apply One way colonists rates to California and the Northwest March 1 to May 15 and Sept 15 to Oct 31 1905 Spring Races Lexington Ky May 39 1905 Nor tIns occasion rate of 015 for the round trip Cloverport to Lex ington and return will be made on May 2 and iJ good returning May 10 Also will sell on May 41 to Mav 0 in elusive good returning three days from date of sole Special homeseek ers excursions to south and southeast April 18- Special homeseekrs excursions to Southwest April 18 First excursion of the season Sunday April 23 1 25 round trip Clover port to Louisville and return oa morning trains returning on evening trains of same date r DRIP C MITCHE- LDENTIST OFFICE OVER THE FAIR Satisfaction assured Professional Prices N N NN NN INNO i Easter ii- II i fMillineryf t A Nice ti Line i tiiVe are now opening our new of Easter millineryWe take great pride in this new display T of hats trimmed and untrimmed T The all and 0colorsshow a greater variety to choose A from We invite the women of fthis community to call and our new line We trim your seeiito suit you and trim the price well Our readytowear hats Jnever prettier or more stylish iniitheir beautiful ribbons and feathers Dont send away from home We are here to please and pense save you that trouble and youii t Yours truly 4 NANNIE CH ii- GUSTON ILDSii NN N1N 1 N NNOOe Mr and Mrs Joe Bruner entertained a few friends Saturday night with music Misses Nerva Roberts Georgia Bashnm and Edd Roberts furnished the music Those present were Mr p MEET ME AT NOLTES Dont Wring With Your Hands Annie Severs Allein Biddle ubblns Hope ONE EASY DOWNWARD PUSH on lever of the WHITE Mop Wringer wrings your dry ns you want it Note the handle turn your gentle leverage into a POWERFUL PRESSURE the mopNo Grindingyou can workall lily and TOUCH the with your 1 Conic in and let us show the White Mop Wringer to you Wo will be glad to have you take one home and try it SATISFACTION GUARANTEED J Ce Nolte Bro Cloverport Ky DONT WRING WITH YOUR HANDS L Miss Tint And Gratifyingare o- fCADICKS GOLDDUST FLOUR It affords us a plensur to a flour so sure to give satisfaction to our it you too are sure to be and you it to your neighbors the manner ot the endless chain our sales Ca IGRANDVIEW i1JA I Buggies Wagons Paints you want one of the best buggies on the market see IIIf TiNy are manufactured by Delker Bros e carry the best make of wagons No better wagon built than the Henderson Wagon IDEX PAINT you- HARDWARE cant be beat If you are of painting let FURNITURE FARM SUPPLIES McGLOTHLAN PIGGOTT Irvington Ky lIIfAI I lIj i 1 FEED STORE AND FEED STABLE S tl ff Is open to the public and ready business Weight and guaranteed on all stock 1 A full shipstuff bran and mixed feed talso hay corn and oats t x IIAll Furnished At Lowest Cash Price I t When you conic to town drive into my tand have your horse fed and cared for 5 jAnd if you want a good buggy or wagon jbuy it from me and save money jRespectfully x i I IiI 1 + K + ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ and Mrs George Cox Mr and 11rs1 Hubert Bruner Mrs Singleton Mrs Ten Frymire Victoria Mrs Shelman Misses Florence and Yander Frymire lora Met and Ethel Cart Messrs Tom Bryant Gus Burger Robert and Grover Sev ers Moso McCubbins the mop long which NEVER mop hands n increasing sales recommend customers Try yourself and pleased will recommend and thus after will increase come and also thinking AND for price line of stable O Oo I r Ui W A Walkerfij f J 1Fnt1 l tt- itit miiriHARDINS8URl1 KYIf = = u Groves Tasteless Chill Tonich- as stood the test 25 years Average Annual Sales over One and a Half Million bottles Does this record of merit appeal to you No Cure No Pay50cEnclosed with every bottle is a Ten Cent package of Groves Black Root Uvcr Pills J I f i r The Ereckenridge News WEDNESDAY AprIl 19 1005 i More Ice Machinery Here The third carload ot machinery for the Cloverpcrt Water Iight Ice companys ice factory was shipped here from Louisville last week t Rheumatic Pains Quickly Relieved The excruciating pains character istic ot rheumatism and sciatica are f quickly relieved by applying Jhant Iberlains Pain Balm The great pain t t relieving power of the liniment has It been the surprise and dellgh of thousands of sufferers The quick relief from pun which it affords is alone worth many times itsI cost For sale by Short Haynes Expect To Give Plays The young mens club expect to give plays perhaps every three months as soon as the membership increases and the organizations made stronger Ar rangements are being made to have a library and a club paper Aside from these there will be the musical and athletic features which will be made attractiveThe i room over J J Nolte Bros grocery department is being put lu excellent condition by the Masons who own the building to from J While no woman is entirely free from periodical suffering it docs not seem too the plan of nature that women should suffer so severely Menstruation is a severe strain on a womans vitality If it is painful or irregular something is wrong which should be set right or it will lead to a serious de of the whole female organ ismMore than fifty thousand women have testified in grateful letters to Mrs y Pinkham that Lydia E Pinkhams overcomes pain ful and irregular menstruation- It provides a safe and sure way of es cape from distressing and and diseases The two following letters tell so con o vincingly what Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable will do for women they cannot fail to bring hope to thousands of sufferers Miss Nellie Holmes of 540 N Davl eion Street Buffalo N Y writes Dear Mrs PinUham Your medicine is indood an Ideal medicine for women I suffered misery for years with painful periods huadachos and the East advised Jill to try Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable CompounlL I did so and no longer stiller as I did bt ore My periods are natural every ache and pain is gono and my general health s much improved I advise all women who suitor to take Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Mrs Tillie Hart of Larimore N D writesDear Irs Pinkham I might have have been spared many Ask Mrs Pinkhams AdvIccA Worn Business Men Endorse i There has been for many years a rank ns to the best methods of promoting and building up a business In this day of enlight went and success this is being overthrown and well establish ed demonstrable facts are taking its place Formerly most business men thought that advertising was of lIttlo value in the development of trade Perhaps the kind of advertising our fath ers did was of little value but there is a vast difference between the advertising of twentyfive years ago and that of toda In no Held of endeavor tins there been such developments as in the field Modern advertising is perhaps the modt valuable factor in establishing maintaining and building up a business The newspaper is today the ideal ot modern publicity It has the in dorsement of the leading merchants manutacturers and professional men who are acquainted with its merits They are fast realizing from exper ience of course that the newspaper is th i safest I east expensive and most productive of results They have found that taere is little of the speculative in newspaper advertising Within i PAINFUL PERIODS Suggestions How Find Relief SuchI Suffering rangement Vegetable Compound dangerous weaknesses Compound bearingdown physiciansbut onlyknown Newspaper Advertising skepticism sustaining snepticisiu advertising sooner for I have triedVegetableCompound hemp I dreaded the approach of my menstrual period every month as itmeant so much pair and suffering for me but after I had used the Compound two months I became regular and natural and am now perfectly well and tree from pain atmy monthly perloos I sin very grateful for what Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound has done for me Such testimony should be accepted by all women as convincing evidence that Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound stands without a peer as a remedy for all the distressing ills of womenThe success of Lydia E Pinkhama Vegetable Compound rests upon the wellearned gratitude of American womenWhen women are troubled with irreg ular suppressed or painful menstrua tion leucorrhrea displacement or ul ceration of the womb that bearing down feeling inflammation of the ovaries backache bloating or flatu lency general debility indigestion and nervous prostration or are beset with such symptoms as dizziness faintness lassitude excitability irritability nervousness sleeplessness melancholy they should remember there is one tried and true remedy Lydia K Pinkhams Vegetable Compound at once removes such troubles Refuse to buy any other medicine for you need the best Dont hesitate to write to Mrs Pinklmm if there is anything about your sickness you do not understand Site will trout you with kindness and her advice is roe No woman over regretted writing her and she him helped thousands Address Lynn Mass an Best Understands a Womans Ills OVBjj short time it is predicted that the paper will be regarded as I for success of any business onterp rise as the invested capital itself i Inis conclusion has been arrived at j after most critical tests It is bsed on facts as they exist today It follows then That newspaper advertising makes you well and favorably know That it gives you a better and wider publicity in the territory in which von are seeking trade than nil other agencies combined That it gives to the advertiser tho confidence it has won from the people through Jog years of service That it affords the best and least ex pensive way of putting your advertisements into the best homes of our conn tryThis being true it seems there is no logical reason why every business man should not use the newspaper for obItaining the results he desires Tho time has come when the old and effete nistoni of doing business must be dis carded There is no time today to wait for the ducks to swim to the shore I You must wade in or sail out and get them Newspaper advertising is the one effective unerring gun with which you can bag your game TilE END OF WORLDS FAIR AndIIN Enormous Equipage Torn Down Affair Passes Into History i I On a bid of 400000 a Chicago mom pan has bought and is removing uildings the material and construe ion of the St Louis worlds fair whicb cost 14000000 This includes all the physical property ot the Kxposi ion company except the intramural cars and street railway equipment whIch were sold to the St Louis Car Jo mpany for 10000 the Palace of Liberal Arts which is to be perma iant and a few minor structures Thus the company has come into possession of 100000000 square feet of good building lumber 200000 square eet of sash lumber 10000 doors 1 00000 square feet of glass sKylights 5000000 Eauare feet of iron and felt roofing 4000000 square feet of burlap for wall covering 500000 incandescent hfights and copper wire which cost 050000 Among its assets are two hospitals complete in all modern equipments 3 greenhouses ready for utilization anywhere each iJOO feet long with many sorts of plants and flowers a fire department big enough for a city of 50000 inhabitants comprising 0 engines and 100000 feet of rubber hose thousands of cnairs of all sorts miles of iron picket and woven I wire fences hundreds of desks wag ons dump carts and steam rollers enought to fit up a dozen good roads societies and many other sorts of par aphernaliaOut the structures equipments- and furnishings of the Louisiana Pur chase Exposition a good sized city could be built The debris would ccn t truct half a dozen fairs lice that at Buffalo in 1001 or that which is to pen in Portland Oregon in June 105 Tobacco Trusts Big Profits Corrected figures show that the tobacco trust made 52000000 last year- Iln the United States Takes Logs To Tell City IICupt T F Sawyer towed several big rafts ot logs to Tell City lust weekI with his gasoline boat The logs were I bought by the Chairmakers Union at Tell City To Neglect Your Personal Appearance is to place a serious obstacle in your path to success and happiness in life It is almost criminal to wear shabby illfit ting clothes when good reliable garments withsnap and style to them can be purchased at such moderate prices We are referring to the guaranteed readytowear Ithufinan t7arinent These sprviceabkclothes for Men and Young Men have all the essentials that should commend them to the economical discerning buyer exclusive styleperfect fit superior workman ship reasonable price We are showing a complete stock of line KAUFMAN CLOTHES from whichmen of every sue and proportion can find their exact and individual 10 styleto 25 F FRAIZE Cloverportf Ky iIFOBTi IExSYsT o ACHERSiLiver and Blood Syrup the only preparation that IsreallY cures uU kidney troubles because it Is the only removes I the preparation thatlliver In stemthenagainst future attacks of the same troubles The Indications of kidney disease uro weakness in tho small of the back sick head ache pains in the loins and groins numbness of tho thIgh hlgh c Bored or scald ing urine milkor bloody urine to uri nate nausea vomiting colic constipation hot and cold Hashes furred unnaturally red tongue Do not neglect these certain signs of dlsen fed kidneys Take Dr Thachers Liver and Blood Syrup at once and nip the trouble In tho bud A House on a Hill IRi RHRt I liver Blood SYRUP l init1Ponlht tlitrihlltltlttlPnlilr n I ttae III 0PhCEOHEDQ WillII I lb coJ b3181ad1ia AppleYellow IJunlpcr theI IIrltmlllEItE THEHK I And thorps pure air pure and sunshine hill Just the pluco for a rest after tho long win ter Its th- eCrescent Hotel Eureka Springs Ark OPERATED BY TilE FRISCO SYSTEM tickets I IinI IIAskI SanforcTs Fine Inks 6 MucilageI- n full assortments of handy size bottles Library and photo pastes to boot JNO D BABBAGE School books etc Expect To Make Ice In May Work on the Cloverport Water Light Ice companys ice factory has progressing well and Contractor TM Lewis expects everything to be ready for the manufacture of ice by theI latter part ot FuyMuch of the brick wont it up and the holler and talll smokestack have been installed Chamberlains Cough Remedy the Best and Most Popular Mothers buy it tor croupy children railroad men buy it for severe coughsI and elderly people buy it for la grippe say Moore Bros Eldon Iowa We sell more of Chamberlains Cough Remedy than any other kind It seems to have taken the lead over several other good brands There is no question but this medicine is the best that can procured for coughs andI colds whether it be a child or an adult that is nfilicted It always curesI and cures quickly Sold by Short Haynes The Baptist Box Supper The box supper given at Oelzes Hall Friday evening for the benefit of the Baptist church wax an enjoy able and successful affair- Rheumatism is Due To a good many causes Jt may have come as a result of your work It may have come from exposure on battlefield but no matter what cause it can be instantly relieved by the free use of Paracuiph This won derful remedy opens the pores of the skin induces sweating stimulates the circulation thereby removing the congestion and drawing out all feverI soreness and inflammation Try a bottle today and be convin ced Locusts Pleague This Year The fleventeenyearlocusts are predicted for this year by State Entomologist 1 1of H Garman of Lexington They will here in May and Juno The main body will not arrive until next year TLe seventeenyearlocusts is a species ol the harvest fly Known as the Cicada Septemdecim and the devastation of all vegetation generally follows their wake Seventeen yeArs ago when they disappeared the females de posited their eggs in the tender twigs of the fruit and other succulent trees The eggs hatched out and the caterpil lar fell to the ground and burrowed in to the earth living upon the sap of the roots of the trees for sixteen years They come up from the earth cased in transparent shells from which they cut their way out Their tender bodies become hard as soon as the sun strikes their wings They may known by their red edges black body and trans parent wins which bear the letter- w upon them which the superstl tious declare means war or the ending of war a Ili sraur ImNrrI or II i5L Dr Thachers Liver and Blood result of 62 years ofscientific research and dfc perlmcntlng Theformulals DandelionHydrangea Seven Darks Senna Sa tSII parma Gentian Iodide of Potassium Buchu Berries are care push tho desired results Theres no harm iu a thou sand bottles For sale by all druggistsll two sizes 60 cents If you have never tried this i great remedy send today for a free sample amid Dr Thoch ers Health Book and state your symptoms Try it at our expense THACHER MEDICINE COMPANY CHATTANOOGA TCNHCSSCC I TO I water on the Roundtrip to Eureka L been be be be Stylish Comfortable Tailor made clothes All tho latest patterns for suits and trousers in high grade fabrics Clothes made by modern methods Fit guaranteed Moderate prices Ex port tailors employed- j H HUNSCHE Casper May Co Cannelton Ind V G BABBA- GEAttorneyatLaw PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR Many years experience in set thng estates All collections reas onableCloverport Kentucky OneMinute Gough Cure For Coughs Colds and Croup ASHVILL2 Na Ce Center of the Beautiful Land ofthe Sky 3A superb elevated plateau 3the lowest point of which is two thousand feet above the evel of the sea Situated portion The official Government records of I climate of Western North Carolina which are unimpeachable evidence give time fol1 lowing averages Spring 5349 degrees- F Summer 7072 degrees F Autumn 5348 degrees F Winter 3887 degrees F With a mean for the whole year of 5415 degrees F and a mean relative humidity but 05 per cent A Natural Paradise where all human ills find quicd relief Reached only by theSouthern RailwayF- or Land of the Sky booklet Sum mer Resort folder etc Send twocent stamp to C H HUNGERFORDDist LOUISVILLE KY GEO B ALLEN Asst Gen Pass Agt ST LOUIS 510 = Fine Prospect For Strawberries The prospects are fine for an immense strawbeny crop in the Tobinsport vicin- Ity where our delicious supply comes from SPECIAL RATES Via Illinois Central R R California and The Northwest- One way colonist dally to May 15th inclusiveMississippi Louisiana Etc Homeseekers round trip and one way colonist April 18 Indian Territory Oklahoma Ar kansas Texas Etc IIomeseekers round trip April 18 HOT SPRINGS ARK Dully Sleeping Cnr without change Louls yule to Hot Springs with connections at Louisville from Cincinnati Illinois Central Weekly Excursions to CALIFORNIA Excursion cars through to Los AHKOCS and San Francisco via New Orleans Every Tuesday from Cincinnati and Louisville Via Omaha and the Scenic pouts every Wednes day from Chicago Full Particulars concerning all of tho above can be had ot Homo Agents or by addressing F W HARLOW D P A Louisville LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE PACKET COI- NCOnrOItATED Fast Maill and Passenger Line between Louisville and Evans ville- Steamers Tarasconf Tell City Leave Louisville Monday Wednes day Friday and Saturday 4 p m- Leave Evansville Monday 10 a m Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 6 p m Through freight rates and passenger tickets Ito Cincinnati Freight ship ments delivered quicker than by rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville 175 Clovorport to Evansville 176 Clover port to Owensboro 75 Splendid accommodations for stock General Office 154150I5S 4th st Louisville Ky C V WILLIAMS G F and P A GEOH WILSON Supt overport Planing I I lIlill GREGORY CO Prop LUMBERDOORS DOORSSASH BLINDS DOOR AND WINDOW SCREENS SHINGLESLATHS LATHSLIME BRICK CEMENT ROOFING ETC Chintz Royalty Practical Surveyor also Notary Public I can survey your Lands write your Deeds und take the acknowledgement at your home This saves you trouble and cost Your Patronage Solicited Address me at Hardinsburg Ky H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law- NARDINSBURO KY Will practice his profession In all of the counIegiven road cases and criminal practice Llcense o practice In United States District Courts Office cveJ Bank of Ilardlnsburj Sour StomachNoness headache constipation bad brutgeneral debility sour risings and catarrh sithe stomach are all due to Indigestion KoM newdiscoveryrepreseatsy exist In a healthy stomach combined wltk the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does set only cure Indigestion and dyspepsia but this troublsabylinlnQtheI urstITsarfordedtfor a I Kodol Digests What You Lit1lottlsi onlritr100 Sill holdln rl 2K times tlu Mt nUPrOHIOAf10 Sold by all Druggists Ask for the 1905 Kodol Almanac4 and 200 Year Calendar The family medicine In thousands of homes for 52 yearsDr Thachers Liver and Blood Syrup L l L = I The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY April tO 1003 SUPT FUQUAS LETTER tIi living Notice Of Changes In School BooksPenalties For Refusal ty State Superintendent Fuquas circu r lar letter to the County School Super tendfcnts of Kentucky notifying them of the change to he made next fall id the books of the public schools leof wide interest The letter was men 8tioned in the News last week The tt letter in full is as follows The court of Appeals having affirm to ed a decision of the Mason county Circuit Court against the American 111 BOOK Company by which Mason coun ry ty got a judgment for 10000the full laamount of said companys bond under s and by authority of which said Amer scan Book Company secured the adop rotion of certain text books for use in y the various counties of this State- D under the former county adoption law sections 60 and 01 of the old schoolbook law the same being sections E 442a and 4424 of the Kentucky Sta tutes and as said American Book Com puny refuse to execute new bond for the continuance of the said county adoption of its text booksnow under contract in certain countiesunexpired county adoptions you are hereby notified that it will be unlawful for the common schools of the Common wealth to continue using or to permit to be used any of the text bOOKS pub lished by the said American Book Com parry on any such county adoption con tracts as all such county nd ptions are forfeited by said company Iby its re fusal to execute a new bond for theII I continuance of such county adoptions I 1theprovisions of the law relative toII JsucbI county adoptions being as foI- l lows Upon the failure or refusal of any Ysuch publisher or nerson tocomply with the provisoins of this act within the time herein specified the text hook of such puolisher or person Belling thes i same shall oe removed from the comI ri mon schools of any and every county by the County Board thereof m whichi the samo have been ndaptedKen tucky Statutes Section 4424 It will therefore be required of nil counties having such contract for textbooks published by the American Book Company to discontinue their use fromI and after tnls Gate and substitute for such books the corresponding books of the state uniform series The penal ties for using other books than the State series except such as art under I legal contract are upon the County School Book Commission and teachers the former being liable ti a fine of from f100 to 500 and the latterteach er cannot draw salary while using other books than those under legal State or county contract This nuplies only to the publications of the American Book Company at present Other suits are pending against other com panies and you will be advised on the conclusion ot these The Court of Ap peals holds that only one recovery can be rondo against any one company and such recovery shall De for the full amount of the bond Mason county has been awarded the amount of the American Book Companys bond and other suits against it will be use less Jas H Fuqua Sr Superintendent Public Instruction Rev Christian Resigns Rev S 0 Christian has resigned as pastor of the Baptist church of this city Hs resignation will take effect May 1- Rev Christian has been in Florida for several weeks holding protracted meetings Ho has been pastor of the Baptist church since 1008 when he camp hero from Ashland DO YOU FHGl TrftS WAY Do you feel all tired out Do you sometimes think you just cant work away at your profession or trade Do Malayyou have a awake at nights unable toseep Are your nerves all gone and your stomach U Has ambition to forge ahead tooII worldII as you mightII a stop to your I misery You can doI it if you will Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery will make you a dif ferent individual It will set your sluggish liver to work It will get into every vein in your body and purify your blood Itwill set things right in your atom act and your appetite will come back IC there is any tendency in your family toward consumption it will keep that dread destroyer away Even after consumption has almost gained a foothold in the form of o lingering cough bronchitis or bleeding at the lungs it will bring about speedy cure in 08 per cent of all cases It is a remedy pre pared by Dr R V Pierce of Buffalo N Y whose advice isgivenfree to all who wish to write him His great success has come from his wide experience and varied practice o s Copenhaver Esq of cunt Union Huntingdon Co Pa Dox aw writes About twelve years ago I was suddenly taken with a violentr more severe until It caused waterbrmh and vomiting of a slimy yellow water A physician told me I had a form of dyspepsia and treated me for about six months with but little benefit An other physician told me ray liver was out of or der and that I hid indigestion HP gave mCA treatment and I got some better but only for a short time I then tried another one who said I bjd chronic Indigestion ulceration or the lining orthtstomach torpid Uvernnd kidneyaffection lie treated me for more than a year and I felt much better but it did not last I ten took to using several widely advertised patent medi cine but received no more than temporary re lief I then tried Dr Tierces medicines using his Golden Medical Discovery and the Plea ant Pellets and in two months tiny I wa l feeling better than I had for years before Dout be wheedled by a pennycrabbing dealer into taking inferior substitutes for medicines recommended to f Dr Pierces = be Must as wood 1r i Your Heartn May Be Weak One Person in Four Has a WeaK Heart Ono of tho surest signs of a weak heart Is shortness of breath after exercise Your heart Is not able to pump tho blood fast enough to your lungs Some of tho other symptoms of Heart Trouble are Pains In tho Side Back and Shoulder Fainting or Weak Spells Dry Cough Swelling of Feet and Ankles Cold Feet or Hands No one can afford to allow a weak heart to go without medicine because weak heart means poor circulation and poor circulation means weak lungs stomach liver kidneys etc If therefore you suspect heart trouble begin taking Dr Mlles New Heart Cure Tho Heart Cure will do you good as It Is a splendid tonic for tho blood and nerves and will revitalize your entire system Finally remember Dr Miles New Heart Curo Is sold under a guarantee that the first bottle will do you good If It doesnt your money back I was afflicted with heart trouble for three years I would be apparently all right and without a moments warning would fall ns though shot The attacks were frequent and a terrible dread pos sessed me as I never knew when or where nor under what conditions I would be attacked and whether I would survive them I consulted and was treated by some of the most eminent re111eCDr Miles New Heart Cure and began to improve at once I used ten bottles which entirely cured me as I have not had an attack for flvo yearsMRS JOHN DRESDACK lelpslc O REEWrite to us for Free Trial of Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills the New Scientific Remedy for Pain Also Symptom Blank Our Specialist will diagnose yourcnsehteltyou what Is wrong And Free DR MILES MEDICAL CO LABORATORIES ELKHART IND For A Greater Kentucky Kentucky State Development con vention will bo held in Louisville early In Octooer and will consist of sessions covering three nights and two days opening at an evening meeting From the enthusiasm shown at a meeting of tne State Development Convention Committee ot the Louisville Commercial Club last week it is practically assured that the convention will be the greatest and most beneficial of its kind ever held in the State if the efforts of Kentucky busi ness men will avail anything It was decided to ask the cooperation of all the commercial organiza tions the Mayors of the cities and the Judges of the county courts The fol lowing resolution was passed Resolved That every county in the State now without an orgamzat ion having for its purpose local prosperity and State development is respectfull urged to organize without delay and arrange to send active representative men to the State Development Convention which moots in Louisville in pctobor next Unites forces will hasten the Greater Kentucky Let every county ans er the rollcall at the October convention Papers of the State are requested to publish this suggestion and cooperate with this committee in making tho State convention a great success A Tried and True Friend One Minute Cough Cure contains not an atom of any harmful drug and it has been curing Coughs Colds Croup and Whooping Cough so long that it has proven itself to he a tried and true friend to the many who use it Mrs Gertrude E Fenner Marion Ind says Coughing and straining so weakened me that I run down in weight from 148 to 02 pounds After trying a number of remedies to no avail One Minute Cough Cure entirely our d me Sold by all druggists Harris Will Be Released Massio Harris colored has receivedI a letter from the superintendent of the State school of reform stating that her son Eugene Harris will be released from the school as soon as she will pro vide for him a suit of clothes and transportation to Cloverport Young Harris has been serving a term of thirteen years for Rilling Britt Miller another negro in this city several years ago His behavior has been such that he has been allowed to drive the superintendents carriage and has been given mnon liberty His sentence is greatly shortened because of hi s good behaviorHarris mother will make every effort to make provision as soon as possible for securing his release New Boat To Make This Port James N Norris Sons Co poultry dealers at Henderson has purchased the steamboat Viunennes and will use the vessel in shipping eggs and poul try to Henderson The boat will touch at all landings and points along both sides of the Ohio river from Stephens port to the mouth 01 the Cumberland Move To Tell City Mr and Mrs Con Olin and children moved to Tell City Saturday to reside Chris Win Mr Gllns brother has had a position at Tell City for sometime as stationery engineer Mr Glin has been in the hooppole busi ness here o Leave For Arizona Mrs J W May and two children left Thursday evening tor Tucson Arizona to join her husband Mrs May and children have bean here on an extended visit tc her parents Mr and Mrs Thos Brown 1Mi4 4 t r k EASTER COSTUMES Alarnes Palm Beach Letter Stunning Easter Frocks The Correct tint What shall I chooe for an taster costume What style of hat shall I select How can fbe becomingly at tired for this important dress event and at the same ime Hake a selection that will give m good service for cooler days in summer be dressy enough for Easter Sunday and yet not too formal for general wear throughout the season The correct gown and hat for each occasion is growing more and for her who wishes to be suitably attired and whose dress allowanco is limited the above problem is one thgt usually requires time and thought wJ As to the gown there is today but I one answer The decree has gone forth has gone forthboth injlaris and New York that no wardrobe is complete without at least one silK frock And why not We would indeed be short slghtea not to appreciate the ex quisite but substantial Abis silks that are emerg ng from our loomsI soft rich and supple to the touch beautiful in shade and best of all guaranteed to wear for one year Abis Messuline TatTetaof which tho chic gown on the lelt is composed arries its guarantee on the selvageand- is suitable for general wear as well as the most formal occasion Of a oeautful shade of reseda it was worn on one of tllA cooler afternoons at Palm Bench bone of the smartest women of the Newport sot Waist lines no longer pouch but willI be well defined So too will the out lines of thn bodice The fashionable bodice of ultra cut has a long pointed stomacher and iU either draped or cleverly tilted to give a higher Lust lineuml in these innovations makers of the best corset such as the C 13n la Spirits are keeping pace Now ns to that important and much abused article of womans attirethe Hat If statistics could be properly secured I am convinced that tho pro portion of women who wear unsuita ble hati for the OCOIH ions on which they are worn are about nlnatynine out of a hundred Choose for luster a tailored hat To day no fashionable WHUIHH selects any other sort tor her first hat and if she be one of the fortune favored ones who has a hut for each gown and a gown TAKEWIN CARDUIAT Arc you a sufferer Has your doctor been unsuccessful Wouldnt you prefer to treat yourselfAT HOME Nearly 1500000 women have bought Wire of Cardui from their druggists and have cured themselves at home of such troubles as periodical bearing down and ovarian pains leucor rhea barrenness nervousness dizziness nausea and despondency caused by female weakness These arc not easy cases Wine of Cardui cures when the doctor cant Wino of Cardui does not irri tate the organs There is no pain in the treatment It is a soothing tonio of healing herbs free from strong and drastic drugs It is successful because it cures in a natural way Wino of Cardu can be bought from your druggist at 8100 a bottle and you can begin this treatment today Will you try it In cases requiring special direction address giving Irmploml Tho Lodlol ChattanoogaAdvisory lled1c1no Co Cl18t1llnoog faun for each occasion the majority of her hats are tailored ones Hummel Hats which reach tho acme of perfection in style qnalitv and har monious color blending run the gam ut from the smart stiff lint for severe tiilormadc frocks through the more dressy street hats for visiting and semiformal occasions to the pretty tulle and cbiifonadornedcruation that would lend distinction to tne daintiest reception or matinee gown Hummel Hats in my illustration depict two of the most fetching models the reseda polo turban on the left being especially fetching MARIAN MARNE HenryWattersons i Letters from EuropeWill 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 I 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 All subscriptions under this combination olTer must be sent through the BRECKENRIDGE NEWS OFFICE Cloverport Ky THE SOUTHWEST A GRAND COUNTRY FOR IIOME SEEKERS AND INVESTORS EXCURSION RATES TWICE A MONTH Arkansas Louisiana and Texas offer the greatest inducements for persons desiring to own their own homes Cheap land producing almost anything that can be grown anywhere mild climate g od schools good water healthful sunoundinjis ami a grow tig country ate someof the advantage Unrxrellel for raising fruits unrt vrgetables for early markets Lad that can he bought for 5 to lo per can he made to yirld 51M to JOO pe acre in orchard and truck farm First and third Tuesdays of each month we will sell homeseekers tickets fioin Memphis and Cairo at one fare plus 200 for the round trip April tab and ISth special low round trip ratesless than one way fare fl5 00 and less from Memphis and Cairo to points in Texas Low rates in proportion froth points east of Memphis and Cairo Literature descriptive rl above coun try and information about rates will trailed upon request LOSCHAEFERTPAC- otton Belt Route Cincinnati O Buys Eastland Property Mr and MrsGeoGregory have soldI their house and lot in Eastland t Mulindu Bowmer colored Forget About Your Stomach If your digestion is bad the vital or grins of your body are not ted and nourished as they should be They grow wentc and invite disease Kodol1 Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat cures indigestion and all stomas troubles You forget you have stomach from the very davyou begs taking it This is because it gets a rest recuperates and gradually grows so strong and healthv that it troubles you no more EL BabcocK Amherst Minn says I have taken a great many remedies for indigestion b have found nothing equal to Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Kodol digests what yon eat cures Indigestion Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Belching Heartburn and all Stomach Troubles Its preparation IB the result of many year of research Sold by all druggists To Raise Angora Goats- M Dstephens of Pell ville was here Saturday after a pair of Angora goats which had been shipped him from Sac JosoCal Mr Stephens intends to e gage in the raising ofAngora goats r a- S firroiAs The Builder Orange Supersedes oldfashioned Cod Liver Oil and Emulsions Guaranteed to contain all tho medicinal elements actually token from genuine fresh cods livers with organic iron and other bodybuilding ingredients but no oil or grease making tho greatest strength and flesh creator known to mcdicino For old people puny children weak pale women nursing mothers chronic cold hacking coughs throat and lung troubles incipient consumption equals Vinol Try ItIt you dont like it vre will return money SHORT HAYNES Druggists PREMIUMS ARE PAID To Capital Brains or Muscle In The Great Southwest i kansas Indian Territory Oklahoma Texas and New Mexico Where seemingly unlimited resources await develop ment Vast tracts of agricultural lands uncultivated square miles of forest whole sections underlaid with valuable mineralsthese are examples of the SouthIwests Open Door to Success Write for illustrated literature or better still Go and See For Yourself- An ounce of personal investigation is worth a pound of descriptionEXCEPTIONALLY LOW RATES The 1st and 3d Tuesdays of Each Month GEO II LEE G P A II I McGUIRE 01I A Little Rock Ark Cincinnati 0 I=0 N N NN NN 0 1 0 N 1 I Bankof HardinsburgOFFICERS J B F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier J DIRECTORS Z t Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F J Dr A M Kincheloe D S Richardson DeardttInsured against loss by fire or burglary t Interest paid on time deposits A tNM N N NN r u The Breekinridge Bank Cloverport Ky Cap tal Stock 45100 Surplus 7000 Incorporated Organ if n 1872 W H BOWMER Presidenti 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 pc ivrand1 1Cllltl1 attuiticn Storage place for packages in our fireproof vault furufcbed our custc fliers free NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS Interest paid on time deposits n Nti6Nw1lO lliiANNiAO N lN1NN71 failNf NN BankrIRVINGTON KY W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VirtIitfidn t- SS I CashierI solicited eii Interest Paid on Time Deposits HN N A I W SeeNtNSlsatiNNNNNNN OM ror if I THE- o Fifth Avenue HOTELv 1JijJi Louisville Ky 1IV I n IPIKE1 CAMPBELL Mgr nv I your or beard a brown black Use New Body nothing r= = nnlyJJ Tho most centrally located and firstclass hotel In the city making a 200 rate Only one block from the shopping district and principalii i tho city- Everything Iot neat and clean i o A YTT TTTTVTTTTTTTTTTTT i DAN ROOKS CO ItLIVE STOCK = COMMISSION flERCHANTS-I f CENTRAL STOCK YARDS LOUISVILLE KY N11 1010 1111 N111 1111 1N11 1N1N11111 0 lAversPill 11Vant moustache beautiful or rich mi IAycrsi BUCKINGHAMS DYE rim cw or Bucuuun OK L r IULL t co KASUM K u k Mx i The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY April lg 1905 i ii HARD1NSBURQ I County Court convenes next Monday H DeH Moorman spent Thursday a Cloverport Attorney H C Murray went to Oweushoro Sunday Miss Lillie Scott of Louisville is visitingrelatives here Franklin Kincheloe was a visitor iuI Louisville last week III a John Flood and family of Stephens porthave moved to town Miss Tula C Daniel is visiting her sister Mr Ely in St Louis Mr and Mrs Herbert M Beard wet e visitors in Louisville last week Dr and Mrs W A Walker spent a few days of last week in Louisville Mr and Mrs Joel H Pile attended I the Sunday school convention at Irving J tou Saturday i 11rG Smith of Louisvillerepresent t ing the Washington Life Insurance Co cityIj J I regularISouth last Sunday John Y Brown of Tell City Ind was here last week visiting his parents Mr and Mrs William Brown Frank Haswell of Arcola Ill spent Sunday here the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs J P Haswell Mrs Eliza J 011who has been visit ing relatives and friends hereretumed to her home at Irvington Thursday TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Tako LAXATIVE BROMO QUININK Tab lots All druniclsts refund the money If It onIIRVINGTON Mrs John Lewis Henry is convales II IIcentDave Bishoff and family will move this week to South Louisville Miss Alberta Drury of Bewieyville is a guest of Miss Rachel Mndd Dr F W Samuels of Louisville was down last Friday on business Ladies dont forget to notice the pretty nats at Mrs Pomp McCoys Mrs Eliza Jolly has returned home from Eanlmsbuif after a weeks visit J J Jackson principal of the Brandenburg Normal was in town Sunday BABY TUCKERS WONDERfUL CURE withtHumours Forty Boils on Head at One Time Doctors and Drug Bills 100Baby Grew Worse S CURED BY CUTICURA FOR FIVE DOLLARS Mrs George II Tucker Jr 335 Greenfield Avenue Milwaukee Wis is a grateful motherI When six months old she says II my little girl weighed a pound and a half less than at birth When one month old a scab formed on her face spreading until it completely covered her from head to foot followed by boils having forty on her head at one time and more on her body Then her skin started to dry up and it became so bad she could not shut her eyes to sleep One months treatment with Cuticura Soap and Ointment made a complete cure and now my child is as large strong and healthy as any child of her age The doctors and drug bills were over one hundred dollars and my baby grew worse all the time Then we spent less than five dollars for Cuti cura and cured her CUTICURA A BLESSING To SkinTortured Babies and Tired Mothers The suffering which Cuticura Soap and Ointment have alleviatedamong the young and the comfort they have afforded wornoutand worried parents have led to their adoption in count less homes as priceless curatives for birth humours milk crust scalled head eczemas rashes and every form of itching scaly pimply skin and scalp humours with loss of hair of infancy and childhood Guaranteed absolutely pure Cutlcurt Soap Ointment end Alfa ire old throughout the world Potter Drug k Chem Corp notion Solo 1ropi wr Seuc1 fur Uow to Cure Uaby numoura Mies Mary Cornwall was in Louis yule last Thursday shopping- J W Piggott went to Henderson last week to attend a convention of millersRev J T Lewis went to Stephens port Saturday to fill his appoint in nts Mrs L B Moorman and Mrs Nora Board were in Louisville last week shopping Mrs Eliza Taylor of Caster fis visiting at Mr and Mrs Foster Lyons for several days Mr and Mrs Loo Bibhoif and fam ily spent Sunday with 3tfr arid Mrs John Kendall at Gaston Miss Alma Pfoilier and W E Boone of Louisville were the guests of Miss Mary Cornwall Sunday Mrs KIttle Wimp of Brandenburg came down Sunday to visit her son John Wimp for an indefinite stay Miss Lncile Cunningham of the Conservatory of Musio at Cincinnati an expected guest at Mrs Will Gard nersBob Jolly was called to Mt Vernon III last Friday to see his motherin law Mrs Williams who is very sick Sewing machines 25 per centcheap- er than our competitors buy them Examine themJolly Gardner S Co HH Kemper made a trip to Owens boro and Henderson last week and purchased a drive wagon while awiy Mrs Charlie Chamberlain came nome last week from a weeks visit to bar mother Mrs Brandenburg at Tip TopMisses Charlotte and Alice Rittsr of Clarksville Teun left Tuesday tor Louisv file where they expect to rA main for several days ft Wo want vour wool and will pay highest market pnoeBring your eggs and chickens and remembe we give yon a 5 per cent discount on all cash purchases Jolly Gardner Co Are yon going to paint any thing If so go to Jolly Gardners before buying They will sell you lead and oil or the celeorated Peerless mixed paint at surprisingly low prices Latest styles in clothing shoes hats shirts ladies dress goods and every thing pertaining to a general store on hands at Jolly A Gardners and at prices that will induce you to buy Miss Kittie McGehee who is attend ing school in Hardinsburg came home Friday to see her parents Mr and Mrs Ferd McGehee She was accompanied by her oonsinMiss Meda DittoJolly Gardner have just received a carload of buggiessurries and spring wagons all styles They are of the celebrated Awes make and fully warranted Bought for cash sold on small margin no fake work in them Money saved is money maae Give them B call and you will be cun vinced Also a full line of doable and single harness price style and quality unequaled iIr SPORTING BOY irOS o A red sorrel stallion foaled in o 1000 with nunllstarl andt little white on inside of lefthind tinkleZ This is a grand stallion of great style good bone und bountiful col or He is 10Jt hands Zrproportion dund weighs 1300 e pounds lie has the very hest ofiifeet and legs and is as well i iIas any saddle stallion in America etieI i I i I y 1 1 I t e Belle Siurhter as2 Y S IIII It Vol 1 My Owns Boy is by the grandly bred My 1Ii Own No 1II It lio wits by Artist 65 and out of Lady Graves 57 who was by iMont 1 Uo lnii Artist was byl the renowned ping William G7 who was by1 Wash o ington Denmark li4 King William sired Black Eagle 7i who sired Black SqUllrelII 53wit is famous as a ire of tyle and good qualitiesI throughout Kentucky und 0onntny other ttlteie4 SPORTING BOYS dam is by the renowned model and show stallion Endor 27 I o o who had mote premiums to his credit than any stallion in his day und had for 1 1Io sire King Denmark und dam hrBolher th Sporting Boys 2nd dam was hisii 1 o WUITPII thief he by Uinlsl Lnngonl who was one of the most noted sires io e show stallions Kentucky ever iud Cabells Lcin tons dam was by old Tom Unliitill founder of the pacing horse family in Kentucky and Tennessee His sccondiie dam was by Old opperbottomI who was one of the founders of the saddle 1 in ICeitucky und Tennessee SPORTING BOY not only possesses the blood lines R but hits all the qualities in action and beauty He is a saddle horse from a walk toTo0o all gaits and in a trot he iis a trotter and in a rack ho is a wonder Ho is Ilbsolntclyio pound and tins proven a sure breeder i t o i iII if BLACK WARRIOR JOHN n Zo i ii Known as the 1 Y1lller iiItH of flit best breeder und one of the finest Jacks in Kentucky 15A hands high iie getterA1 best colt of Sporting Boy 10 to o the hstpolt of Black Warrior John o Will give e BoyWill Warrior John iSporting1 Boy will make the season at 1250 to iinsure a living colte Black Warrior John will make the season at 10 to insure a living colt Money due when mare is traded or parted with ateZ- e 1 Hardinsburg Ky at the Poor House farm I f1 00e 1 a if BenUchrnp 6 Beardn 4 HardInsburg K yII JUDGE OF THE SUPREME COURT Was Alarmingly Afflicted With La Grippe Cured by Peruna The Grip is Properly Termed Epidemic Catarrh As Peruna Cures Every Form of Catarrh It Has Relieved More Cases of Grip Than All Other Remedies Combined The Fear of Grip Makes People Nervous There is no remedy In the world that meets tho conditions produced by the grip better than Perunn- Fcruna strengthens as It renovates soothes while It stimulates heals as it expurgates Pcruna is not a purgative or cathartic or sedative or stimulant nor a vege table or mineral poison- It reaches tho source of all diseases of tho mucous membranes by its action on tho vasomotor system of nerves AfterEffects of the Grip Every person who has had la grippe during the last year should take a course of Ieruna No one need expect perfect recovery unless they do so Tho grip has produced catarrhal In flammation of tho wholo mucous mem brane and good health is impossiblo until these are restored to a normal con dition This Pcruna will do A great many remedies have been suggested for this condition from timo to time but Peruna is tho only remedy that has any substantial value in those casesIt never failed to givo satisfaction of has hi Ohio as a the we in our to ot are in one is BEWLEYVILLE Hauser Silh cut his toot tally the other Mrs Eeniett isleter after recent illness Miss Alma Orenlorf reciutly visited Miss Mary Payne t Mr and lire Z T Stith were in Irvington Monday trt ding Earl Bennett was a guest of C H Dairys family Saturday nlJht Robert aud Irene Cain are spending a with their grandparents at Fair Lawn Mr and Mrs Paul have moved to our town and Mr Paul is at work in the old shop Those who attended the Sundayschool convention made good n ports of the work at Sunday Sunday morning The ladies of the W F M Swill be entertained to dinner Friday by Mrs R D Cain In the afternoon they will hold their regular monthly meeting Golden Rud Last lope Vanished When leading said that W M Smithart of Pekin Ia bad incurable consumption his last vanished i but Dr Kings New Discovery tor Consumption Conghs and Colds kept him out of niB grave He sass This great specific completely cured me and saved iny life Since then I have used it for over 10 years and consider it a marvelous throat and lung cure Strictly scientific cure for Coughs Sore or i sure of Pneumonia Guar anteed 50o and 100 bottles at Short Haynes drug store Tial bottle free RAYMONDI Born to the wite of Levi Pollock April 16 a boy Miss Hallye Mercer of Louisville is visiting at J E Mercers Mis Eorada Hendry is visiting her daughter Mrs Tom Beardof Kirk Rev I C and JE Mercer attended the Sunday school convention at Irvington Saturday Wash Cashuiau left Saturday for Ge nevaIud where he will visit his sster Mrs O C Mrs Irvin Squires died Monday 0 after a lingering illness of Mrs Squires leaves a hus band and four children The funeral services were conducted by Rev I C Argabright and the remains were laid to rest in the cemetery rHONWHPARSOR i 925 HoSt NW WASHINGTON DC W H Parsons Is ExState Senator and ExSpecial Judge of tho Supreme Court of Texas and was also BrigadiorGonoral In Confederate Army In a recent letter from 925 H street N W Washington DO this gentleman says t Upon the recommendation ot personal Mends and many strong testi monials as to the efficacy of Peruna In the treatment of the numerous symptoms of the grippe with which I have been afflicted for four months j past I have been Induced to undergo a treatment with this Justly celc 7 brated formula 1 feel a decided change for the better after using it only one week IIt Is good In toning up the stomach and has had a decided effect upon my appetite I therefore feel much encouraged that I am on the road to complete restoration J My numerous friends In Texas whore I have had tho honor to command a brigade of her Veteran Cavalry In a four years war may accept this voluntary testimonial to tho merits of Peruna as a sense of obligation on my J part for Its wonderful offieacyw H Parsons during forty years experience and still 1 occupies the uniquo position of being tho leading If not tho only specific remedy for tho aftereffects of la grippe No Time Like the Present If you ore suffering from tho after effects of la grippeif you have be como discouraged in your attempts to euro yourself with other treatments tako a bottle of Peruna now A bottle of Peruna taken during tho beginning of tho disease Is worth moro 10000 deposited the Exchange Bank Columbus guarantee that above testimonial genuine hold possession authentic letters certifying the Every our timonials genuine the words of the whose name appended day Alonzo fortnight Will Irvington school physicians hope preventive Argabright Shrewsbury April consumption Raymond prominent especially Everything Closed Tight 11Saloonsgeneral stores were closed tight Sunday under a recently enacted ordinance There ws no back wayHancockI Clarion A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES Bleeding or IroirudlnePilesDrug refund money It 1AXO OINTiMKNT falls to cure any case no matter ot how longstanding In 0 to 14 days 1 First yourdrulttlstwill ho forwarded postpuld by Purls Medi cine Co St Louis ll- oGARRETT J G Roby was in Louisville last WeekMr and Mrs Ed Bunkers baby is very sick Miss Mabel Foushee visited friends at Ekron a few of last week Mrs Werdie Archer was the guest of Mrs II II Harrington Thursday Misses Davy Galloway of Big Spring and Salli were guests of Dora Funk Sunday Prof P S Morrison will give instruc tions in mathematics here at the school house for four nights beginning Mon day ortrrrrrrr rrprrprpr Krrrktrr- rII PAINTS i Best Mixed Paints t gallonYY Other Grades YY 60ar iRoof Paints Ii t 30 to 80 consAk A 1 White Lead f t= 5 to 6i cents pound t a t Best Linseed Oil t- tt= 50 fecentsA s Telephone 413A9 i s1H1McCrackeH it f CloYerport Ky S a n AA aAW444 fC r than a dozen bottles after tho troublo has become deepseated- Mfas Eugenic Lafortuno of 110 Berrio street Montreal Can writes Peru nil cured me of a sovoro case of la grippe when nothing olso had any effect on mo Flvo bottles did tho work and they were worth hundreds of dol lars for tho comfort and health restored to mo I therefore feel that tho least I can do is to gratefully acknowledge its- morltslEugenio Lafortuno A reward been Market is that same one tes and Throats Colds days Williams JAfter a months visit with her niece Mrs Ira Thompson of Guston Mrs I Mary Buckman has returned to her home at her sons Hilary Rhodes Mrs Nancy Dowell died Aoril 0 at the houle of her son W D Dowell and her remains were entered in the family burying ground She leaves several children a brother und a sister Latham Sanitarium a Established 1898 VINE GROVE HARDIN COUNTY KY Chronic Diseases Treated Successfully CHARGES MODERATE Rational Harmless and Satisfying Methods of Treatment AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA i e= = Look and = L earnii1 ii = There is no place where you can do better in having your watch re paired or where you can get a new one than at the old reliable Home Jewelry store For years wo have lineayou = = and whether we have made good = our word After a quarter of a k W century of faithful service we are ft i M still with you and our experience A j better fits us for your continued Ik patronage It is our pleasure tobj = please and our aim to make you 4 happy and contented with all of w 1 = your dealings witht us Our word = and guarantee is as good as our f = bond If you dont find the article j just as we represent it your money back When you want a watch or 4 any piece of jewelry or uny kind of repairs please remember us r 3 T G 1 LEWIS SON 1 C YOUR JEWELERS 3 HARDINSBURG KENTUCKY VVYYTTTTTTTTTTT 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