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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 5y t I THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSIl a It tALLTHE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINTV- OL XXIX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 26 1905 8 Pages NO41 COUNTY S S CONVENTION fleets At Irvlngton May 4Program That Has Been Arranged Tho regular annual convention of the Sunday schools of Breckenridge county will oe held at tho Methodist church at Irvington on Tnursday May 4 The convention promises to oe one of the best in point of interest V and attendance in years Several very successful district conventions that have been held this year have shown that Sunday schools are growing in strength and have argured well for the success ot the county convention The program for the convention is as follows080Devotional 050 Heading minutes ot last con vention 10 UO Address The Importance of tho Sunday SchoolState Worker 10 Conlerencedunng which the State Worker will preside How to Have a Good Sunday School 1 Leaders Introductory Remains 10 Min 2 The Parents Part 10 Min k Mrs V G Babbage 8 The Pastors Part 10 Mm Rev Edward Graves f ar0r0 Tho Teachers Part 10 Min f Mrs Henry Head 0 The Pupils Part 10 Min Miss Gola Brown 7 Discussion 80 Min1- 1b5Appofutment of committees 1200Noon Intermission 15So11g prayer and praise ser vice180Address The Child and theI iiBookRev Calvert 1 CO Reports of county and district cfflcers 2 10 Offering Preceded by Brief Explanation of the State Worn 2 40 Address Soul Winning in the Sunday School Rev T U Kerr OORonnd Table Sunday School I Management and Teaching iToGive Play Next Month t Sweet Javendera threeact comedy by Pinero will be presented about May w iy 15 by eleven young men and women for the benefit of the pablic school li brary The following are those now rehearsing for the play Mr and Mrs Jas S Younger Misses Ray Heyser Katherine Moorman and Eva Plank and Prof J P King Geo Younger Ira Behen Lafe Behen Lawrence Mur ray and W B Oelze CAME NEAR DYING From an Awful Skin Humour Scratched Till Blood Ran Wasted to Skeleton CURED BY CUTICURA One Application Soothed Him I to Sleep Cure Speedy I M and Permanent jffWhe my little boy was three 11 months old his head broke out with a rash which was very itchy and ran t 1 considerable watery fluid We tried it everything we could but he got worse I all the time till it spread to his arms r legs and then to his entire body and he came near dying It itched so he would scratch till the blood ran and at thin yellowish stuff would be all over his pillow in the morning I had to put mittens on his hands to keep him from tearing his skin He got so weak he took fainting spells and we would think him dyinsHe was almost a skeleton and his little bands were thin like claws t u He was bad about eight months when we tried Cuticura I had not laid him down in his cradle in the i gotithe time t i INSTANT RELIEF III washed him with Cuticura Soap and put Qn one application of Cuti cura Ointment and he was so soothed that I put him in the cradle You dont+ know how glad I felt when he felt bet ter It took one box of Cuticura Oint ment pretty near one cake of Cuticura Soap and about half a bottle of Cuti cura Resolvent to cure I thinkI he would have died only for the t CuticuraMRS C MAITLAND Jasper Ont No return in 14 years Mrs Maitland writes under date of Feb 24 1903 II It affords me pleasure to inform you that it is fourteen years since my boy r was cured of the terrible skin disease He has been permanently cured and is hearty and strong ESold throughout the world Cutlcnr Ruotrent LOC fin form of Chocolate Coated Play 25e per viall of all liniment we Soap 2e Depot London W Charter i houl SqIIanl Rue deli PaknotonlffiColumbu Ate Poller Urng It nuwouihtarstoeCurElulor Send for How i WM MILNER BELOVED CITIZEN AND EMINENT PHYSICIAN DEAD Death came just after midnight Sat urday to Dr William Milner Sr of Union Star Breckenridge countys most eminent physician and one of her most beloved and useful citizens The news of Dr Milners death was received throughout the county with profound regret so great was this mans worth and eo high was the regard in which he was held by hundreds of people who knew him personallyIn opinion of several of tho countys physicians Dr Milners death was due primarily to kidney trouble It was at first believed that paralysis was the cause of his death and that he had received several light paralytic stro kes during the last lew years of his life On Tuesday April 18 Dr Milers last severe illness began and his con dition grow worse until death came though he was conscious to tho end it is believed Before his last illness came upon him he had just returned from the bedside of Judge W D Holt at Holt who was paralyzed for the fourth time several works ago at Jacksonville Fla Though requested not to go to the bedside of Judge Holt who had asked him to come still he went and remained all day for it seemed that so groat was tho kindness of this mans heart though he was advanced in years and in failing health ne could not resist the desire to go to the aid of his old friends and patrons when called Dr Milner was born in Scotland- n October 0 1880 lwentyone years later ho came to this country He made his home in New York city and Richmond Vafor a short while and then went to Louisville where ho graduated from the Louisville University of Medicine In 1850 ho came to Breckenridge county and egan the practice ot medicine Ho was actively engaged in the duties uf his profession antil within about eighteen months of his death Convention At Stephensport The Union Star district Sunday school convention was held at the Stephensport Baptist church April 22 On account of there being very low present the meeting was converted into a prayer meeting until noon when they adjourned to meAt at 1 oclockThe afternoon session opened with song and prayer by S0 Do wo 11 The tirst topic Whv have Sunday School was delivered by T B Henderson Many interesting things were derived from his talks J B Herndon gave a very interesting and beneficial talk on the Duty of Superinten dent We are sorry that more parents were not present to get the ben etit of George McUnbbins talk on the duty of par ents As Rev E B English was ab sent Rev Gibbons gave a nice talk on Pastors Place in the Sunaay School- S C Dowell told us of many bin derances to Sunday tchool work the greatest being the lack of parents in the Sunday school Messrs H English and T J Jolly Ridded in many of the interesting talksAll of the Snndaylsohools that were represented gave very good reports The sameofflcers were retained for the ensuing year- I C Argabright Pres I Bettyo A Mercqr Seoy MorrisonGraham Mr Clyde G Morrison of this city and Mies Carrie May Granamof Louis vine will be marled Thursday even ing at the home of the brides sistor Mrs J D Gregory Fifteenth and Sonthgate streets Louisville The cer emony willl be performed in the presence of the immediate relatives of the coutraoting parties Mr Morrison is a son of Mr and Mrs J Morrison of this city He has a position as fireman with the Henderson Route and is one of the roads most valnea employes Miss Graham is well and favorably known in this city where she was born and reared For the past fdur years she has been making her home with her sister Mr and Mrs Morrison will reside in LouisVille To Be Held At Lexington The Kentucky State Fait will be held in Lexington this year September 18 to September 23 inclusive At a meeting ot the directors of the Kentucky Live Stock Breeders Association held in Louisville Friday the decision was reached In 1800 Dr Milner was married to Miss Matilda Helm of Union Star who survives him Of the children born to this union the following are living Dr Wm L Milner Jr Helm Louis Pope and Miss Mattie Milnor of Union Star and Dr J T 31 liner of Patesville Dr Milner is survived also by threo sisters who live in Scotland Dr Milner enjoyed whilo in the prune of life a practice that extended over several counties in Kentucky and Indiana So great a value was placed on his skill and learning as a physi cian and surgeon that he was often called on professional visits for distances of thirty and forty miles Perhaps no man in this county was known and beloved by more people than was Dr Milner He gave nearly fifty vears of his useful and noble lift to the people of Brec enridge county who will over remember his worth realizing ho did a work which no one could have done ns well as he Dr Milner was a member of the Presbyterian church and a great Sundayschool worker when a young man As a citizen as well as a physician he was of the highest type and the man is yet to be found who ever said aught against his character The funeral of Dr Milner at Union Star Monday at noon was one of the largest ever held in Breckenridge coutty people being present from every section The services were con ducted from the Methodist church at Union Star by Rev K M Gibbons who delivered a very appropriate and touching funeral sermon and tho Interment was at the Union Star come tory The floral designs were numerous and beautiful The honorary pall bearers were the tollowing physicians S P Parks Webster A A Simons Cloverport Dr Spire Mooleyville Jno Kincheloe Hardinsburg J B Frymire Preston j Ab Moorman Yolvington W H Wimp Stephens portNabs Alleged Bootleggers Deputy United States Marshal C T Nichols came up trom Owensboro Saturday afternoon and arrested Sam Brown and James Ray negroes for selling whisky without the govern ment license returning on the even ing train with his prisoners Marshal Nichols also took with him Sam Overton Jas Logsden and W C Jackson three white men as wit nesses against Brown and Ray Immediately after their arrival in Owensboro the negroes were given a preliminary hearing before Com missioner Dudley Llndsey and held to the ftaeral grand jury which meets there next week There was a peculiar feature about the case Born negroes were able to sign their names to the papers but it was necessary for two of the white men to witness their mark Many Negroes Converted Fortytwo negroes were converted in the revival which came to a close at the Asbury Methodist church Sun day evening Rev R T Anderson of Louisville did the preaching during the revival which was very largely attendedIt a singular fact that fortytwo was also the number of the conver alone at tho colored Baptist church during the revival conducted by Rev T Timberlake of Springfield O The total number of conversions among both white and colored people in this city during the three revivals held in March and April was 110 Have Rousing Meeting Henderson Ky April 22A rous ing meeting of tobacco growers ot this county was held here this after noon some 800 or more being present Speeches were made by tho Hon John Wesley Gaines of Tennessee C H Fort and John B Alllen of the Dark Tobacco Association of Kentucky and Tennessee and Congressman A O Stanley of the Second Kentucky dis trict Daviess Still Leading It seems that the members of the American Society of Equity in Daviess county are leading those in other counties in taking steps to promote their welfare They were first in adopting the warehouse plan and now they have a movement on foot to incorporate and build warehouses in Daviess county with a central warehouse anti salesroom in Oweusboro r Subscriber To The News 29 Years The above is a very good picture of B W Noell one of Cloverport old est citizens Mr Noel was born in Boone county in 1822 In 1858 he came to Breckenridge county where he engaged in farming For some time he has resided in this iity and has been retired from active life Mr Noel has been a subscriber to the News since it was founded in 1870 NOT A PATENT MEDICINE llyoinei the Guaranteed Catarrh Cure Prescribed By Physicians No one should confound Hyomei with the patent medicines that are advertised to cure catarrh It Is as far superior to them all as the dia mond is more valuable than cheap glafcs Tneir composition is secret but Hyomei gives its formula to all rep ntable physicians- Its base is toe valuable eucalyptus oil famous for its antiseptic qualities This is combined with a romatic and healing gums and balsams making a pure liquid which when used in the Hyomei pocket inhaler fills the air you breathe with germkilllngdisease destroying and healing powers that kill all catarrhal germs there may be in the throat nose and lungs How foolish it is to try and cure catarrh by swallowing tablets or li quids The only natural way to cure this disease and all other diseases of the respiratory organs is to breathe Hyomel This treatment has been so success ful curing 00 per cent of all who have used it that Hyomei is now sold by Short Haynes under an absolute guarantee to refund the money if it does not cure You run no risk what over in buying Hyomei If it did not possess unusual cowers to cure it could not be sold upon this plan The complete Hyomei uuttit costs 100 and comprises an inhaler a bottle of Hyomei and a dropper The inhaler will last a lifetime and ad diti onnl bottles of Hyomei can be obtained for 50 cents Will Pool In Hancock Hawesvillo Ky April 22At the county meeting of the A S of E held here today it was resolved to adopt time pooling or warehouse plan similar to that now in operation in Owensboro The meeting was largely attended and though this was the first time the pooling plan received tavorablo consideration there was some enthusiasm over it In the forenoon session it was not thought that the pan would be adopted It is gener ally believed that G R Nave of Daviess county will be given the con tract av he has one or more houses beretTho money will be sup plied by the Louisville Warehouse company Another meeting will be held here on Monday to perfect all details and it is now generally believed that the delivery of tobacco will be commen ced in a few days Tar Springs Improvements W T Halliday stated while in the city Saturday that he is making preparations to build a fire roof stone hotel of fifty to sixty rooms at the Tar Sprinus He also said on being questioned that he has a pro position trom a Chicago company who want to build a 150000 sanitarium at the Tar Springs Dies Of Heart Failure Charles Weatherford an old and respected citizen of the Victoria neighborhood died suddenly of heart failure Saturday morning He Is sur vived by a wife and several children one of whom is Mrs Ed Porter of this city The funeral was held Sun day J W Bates was up from Hawes ville last Wednesday Good to I4ealthran Children especially arefond of dainties and the housekeeper must look carefully to their food As good cake can be made only with goodeggs so also a cake that is health ful as well as dainty must be raised with a pure and perfect baking powder Royal Baking Powder is indispensable in the preparation of the highest quality of food It imparts that peculiar light ness sweetness and flavor noticed in the finest cake biscuit doughnuts crusts etc andwhat is more important renders the foodwholesome and agreeable to young andold ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK Federal Court Next Week The May term of federal court for the Western district of Kentucky will convene in Owensboro next Monday There is ono case pending in his court of especial intrest in this county that involving the claims held by numer ous creditors against C MClark cf Pittsbnrg who figured in the poultry steal scandal at Irvington Walker To Furnish Them Leslie Walker Hardiusbtirgs first class and popular baker will the bread cakes icecream etc to be usedat the oldfashioned barbecue and picnic which will be given near Hardins burg on July 4 by Jno OReilly Huse Alexander Jubal Hook Jr and W N Pate Position as Chief Mechanic Webster Ky Apr1125Special H C Stewart has accepted i position at the cement works at Kings Land ings chief mechanic Mrs Henry Basham is visiting rl furnishWeve Hired IUncle SamAs our agent to SHOW nnil SKII our Roods and an investment through him with us IIs Letter than a Govern ire meat bond This is a speclatofTering =r of men s- Spring Suits at r 1 0and They are black Thibcts for dress wear and fancy Cnsstmcres and Worsteds in light medium and dark litLfpattenls for business wear They are GUARANT1iED ALIWOOI and 11 made ill thoroughly tiptodate styles What we ask you to do is to write j slid ask for samples and measure J lluank5sn lng you saw TIllS ad in THIS paper Ours is the largest and oldest house in our line In the South We OWN our building nnd have done business on the SAMB SPOT for over ID RTY YEARS We sell CLOTHING HATS and FURNISH INGS for then and boys SHOES for everybody We PAY EXPRESS on Si worth and- bend all Roods SUDJECT TO APPROVAl Style books for all Hues free on request J Let us hear from you LEVYSThird LOUISVILLE fi WE ARE UNLOADING LUMBER DAILY S K At our several yards and are Irepared to supply your wants with choice fi ft NEW stock at prices that wo are sure will please youfIYYSuppose you give us a chalice to figure on your requirements U lumber line X j JP Will Co LUMBERMEN WLOUISVILLE KENTUCKY J i F The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY April 26 1005 OUT AMONG OTHER PEOPLE I From UptoDate Farming God blesa all who labor All who work to produce something useful to the human nice are honorable andi entitled to tho consideration respecttI and gratitude of mankind and allII who receive benefits from that labor in the use of what the labor produces should bo willing to accord reasonable compensation therefor Lot us make an imaginary journey among these people and see how Iti fares with them but let us he sure to present only the actual conditions II Mr WagonniaKor you are getting out some very nice vehicles What d you expect to get for them this year Much the same as wo got last year Prices ot wagons carriages etc are very steady Ve used to cut against each other some but we are now generally agreed among ourselves and keep our prices the same being sure that all costs and even Josses are covered and a safe profit for our own compensation Mr Implement Maker you are turning out a splendid line of mow era reapers binders threshers en gines etc How will the market for such things be this 3 ear Oh we are never uneasy atout the price that IB the first thing we make ourselves sure of If we didnt we would not dare to turn a wheel to make a thing But there aro others engaged in same business How do you manage about the price Is it not regulated by supply and demand 1 Several years ugo we had some trouble about the price but we learned to do better We now understand each other and agree upon prices at which we shall sell the same Implements and if any one breaks the agreement rnd dumps his article in competition with the rest of us we unite dead solid against turn and he is soon glad to IUllk good to us owe make it so hot for him that ho soon finds another business The firs thing we are certain of is the price we couldnt Keep In business withoutt a satisfactory price But I hive understood the imple ment manufacturers have formed a trust nud work some way to each others advantage How is that Wall you may call it a trust iif you wish we dont cure what you call it It is this way We estimated t wnat we conmdereU the value of our separate pluute decided upon what we should spend on our different machines with an uonclttd agreement as price and then we pool our issues as they used to say and divide profits We wontl wit attempt to do business if we could not make our own prices Dyspepsia of WomenI ABSOLUTELY NEEDLESS AGONY Caused by Uterine Disorders and Cured Lydia E Plnkhams Vegetable A great many women suffer with a form of indigestion or dyspepsia which does not seem to yield tu ordinary treatment Whilf the symptoms seem to be similar to those of ordinary indiges tion yet the medicines universally pre scribed do not seem to restore the pa tients normal condition Q 1 e1 w44Trlf IL ILis MWright i Mrs Iinkham claims that there is a kind of dyspepsia that is caused by a derangement of the female organism and which while it causes n disturb ance similar to ordinary indigestion cannot be relieved without a medicine which not only nets as a stomach tonic but has peculiar uterinetonic alsoAs proof of this theory we call atI Ml1ggieWrightcompletely cured by Lydia E Pink everything For two yours I suffered with dyspepsia which so degenerated my entire system that I was unable to attend to my dully duties I felt weak and nervous and nothing that Into tasted good and It caused a disturbance In my stomach I tried different dyspepsia cures but nothing seemed to help me I was ad VegetabloCompto find that it acted like a Ono tonic and In a fewdays I be unto enjoy and properly digest my food My recovery was rapid and In five weeks I was a well woman I have rec ommended it to many suffering women No other medicine in tho world has unquaUfIef LydiaElinlchams a 9 Hello Htaudard Oil Company it is wonderful What development there has been in earth ols within tho last fifty years When I was a hoy no such thing was kncwn as HU Illuminating material obtained from the earth i now no home is so poor or so remotely located that is is not lighted with coal oilnnd the raw material is drawn from deposits found in many places in this country and in almost all tho countries of tho world How do you manage to regulato the supply to meet the demand We do not care so much about the eqnility of the supply and demand If wo get too much we simply hold the surplus over and wait a time when it shall bo needed for use But how do you nonage about the price whoa you get toomuch of the oil ou hand t The price is what we are most careful to look attar it is the most important thing to us and it is there fore the first thing we attend to We maKe the price and all who handle a whoouse the oil must pay it But isnt it fixed by comparing the supply and demand t Does not the law of supply and demand determine the orice There may be such a law as that somewhere but I have never found it in any of or books Of coarse we cannot say that wo own the crude oil for that is one of Gods products whose whereabouts and quantity are un known but we own the machinery that brings it out of the oarth the pIpe lines that distribute it and the refineries that prepare it for use We know what it costs to operate all is these and wo know how many millions we wish to add to our wealth isannually how much we want to spend for pleasure and now much we wish to give too our pet institu tions and we mako tho price to cover these matters If wo meet with a loss or desire to make an etxra ex pendituro we sitntly add that much to tho price of oil It Is very simple 1aUll no more difficult than any other matter of business Well here is a match factory just a at an appropriate time Mr Superintendent I would liko to talk with you a minute I have just been talking to the Standard Oil people You maker mighty little things each considered ot very small value but they are need tvt1 by the people everywhere to light their lamps with There are a great many different match factories all over the world are there not Yes there are a great many in this country and other countries nave them too and manufacture their own peculiar kind of matches though American matches are used almost everywhere Vhflo theta are so ninny factories tanking matches how do you manage to not have an over production to not make moro than consumption do nland3twhet would be the difference If we make too many we dont otter the surplus we simply put them away and keep them until they are needed But when you get too many dont it reduce the price Of course not Wo mke tho price and 1411 stick to it Suppose a streak of lightning should iplit all the pine wedowned them all and wouldnt sell them for any less thnn tho price bow c nld it make any difference in the priceY The people would have to have matelies they could not get them from anybody but us and they would have to pay the price wouldnt they Guess they would I think Ill go Heres my train Ah I sco the president of tho road is on board Mr President I note ouII are doing a pretty heuvv business this year The transportation interests are very great and railroad lines reach almost oyry part of the country with freight and passenger stations every few miles along them Rates must be made to and from each of theee sta tions You are never troubled with an over production of cars are you No I never heard such a question us that before It we happen to have too many cars at any time wo drawI them into the sheds and let them stand until they are needed II But when you have too many dont it make rates lower No we just dont use the surplus and that settles it and we keep the rates tho same I 513nt sometimes during u rush of shipments it happens that you dont have cars enough dont iU Yes and vro get the papers to call it a car famine When you dont have cars enough the demand is greater than too snpply and rates go higher dont they Yes during a car famine ratesI advance for wo aro put to extral expense you know People understand that and know that it is reasonable This makes car famines convenient sometimes and I have Known them to happen with the sheds full of cars ItC is very little trouble to make a oar disabled Only a trick ot the trade But the transportation business IS scattered all over the country millions aro engaged In it and many different L companies Business so scattered as that cant fix prices of course so I suppose those who travel and ship freight meet and decide what they will pay dont they Well If you aint the I The railroads fix the rates and if tne shippers dont want to pay it Mioy can keep their stuff if the pasengers dont want to pay the fares we fix they may stay at tome and if tho people want a now depot or the tracks elevated through a city we put up the rate BO they pay for what they getHeres my station Hello Neighbor that wheat field of yours is loosing wall What are you t get tor wheat this year I dont know That depends on how much is raised Wheat is look ing well Im afraid there will be an over production and the pricell be mighty low I seo you are breaking ground for big corn crop Yes it the wheat fails or is too low to bring anything we must have lots of corn to make it up Then you know what you are gc ing to get for corn No that depends on tho crop the price is fixed oy supply and demand That is fine rich land you are fix- Ing to plant to potatoes Yes I must havesomething to fill in tho chinas If the price of wheat and corn is down maybe the potatoes will help us out II Yoa make the price on the pota toes then I reckon Oh no but sometimes tho crop short in the main potato countries anti then we get a pretty fair price- I notice that big bottom meadow in tine shape this spring You are sure to como out of the sinks when your hay goes on the market I dont know Meadows are report ed fine everywhere and it is Imely hay will be very low That orchard on the hill is very full of bloom I see and youll doubtless have a tine fruit crop Theres where I have an advantage over most of my neighbors I have good orchard But tnen there is a good prospect everywhere and they may not be worth much Dont you know what you are going to get for anything you raise No no that depends on the mar ket Who makes the market The dealers The price is fixed by tho inflexible law of supply and do mand How do you know it is Everybody knows that It always was and it always will Now look here farmer 1 Do you know that you are the only ll wish Up toDate had type that new how to say words laborer in all this world that spends his life or any C part of it matting things that he lets no idea what he is going to get for when he sells them the only one that takes his things after they are madett and tells the buyer to put a price ontt them and take them But we farmers cant do anything 1 We are scattered over the country too muchcAre not the lailroads and stations scattered just as much as the farms I are Is not oil coal and manufactur j ing just about as widely shattered tC And dont they put a price on everything they make or handle and aontJJ you have to pay it or do without Oh ves but they have their capiII I tal invested and lots of money behind them while wo arc nothing but farm ors I Nothing butWhats the matter with Secretary of Agriculture Wilson He says there is moro capital invested in farms than in all the trusts and corporations combined and that theIAnnual products of the farms represent I a greater value than tho output ot all the factories mines and nvery thing else combined And yet the farmers with all this capital invested and producing all the wealth mentioned representing the very necessities of life take a lower seat then tho makers of matches and tooth picks and letI other people fix a price on everythine they raise and every lick they strike The reader may put in words suit able to tho occasion the editor can not OA r3r 0RIELo Bears theThe Kind You Ilato Always Bought TlgaatalreThe rI Sun Ranks TopNotch- Mr J Rogers Gore editor of the Springfield Ky Sun was here sev oral days last week to matte a thor ough examination of theMergenthaler typesetting machine in The Herald office with a view of installing one in the Sun office Mr Goro is delighted with the machine and will in all probability have one in operation on the Sun Ina shorj while He is a live newspaper man and will not stopI at expense when an investment that promises to make the Sun shineI brighter can be made Already thu Sun ranks topnotch in newspaper oirclesLa Rue County Herald Mr Gore was formerly editor andI proprietor of tne Breckenridge Demo crat SPORTING BOY small white on inside lofthind style and beautiful lOt hands well proportions and pounds has feet and and well stallion in America He coinbinesnmny of tno characteristics both tho Morgan and Denmark of Kentucky lie is by My BoyJrwho is by My Boyj and his dam is Belle Slaughter 32 X S II 11 Vol 1 My Owns is by tho grandly bred No 1521 who was by Artist and Lady Graves 57 who was by Mont Roso 106 Artist was by tho renowned King William 67 who was by Wash ington Denmark 64 King William sired Black Eaglo 74 who sired Black Squirrel who is famous as a sire of stylo and good qualities throughout Kentucky and many other states- SPORTING BOYS dam is by the renowned model and show stallion Endor 27 who had moro premiums to his credit than any stallion in his day and had for his sire King Denmark and dam by Rnlivnv Mi M Sporting Boys 2nd dam Was by Warren Chief ho hy Ctbols L3nlgton who was ono of the most noted and show stallions Kentucky over had Uabolls Loingtons dam was by old Tom the founder of too pacing horse family Kentucky and Tennessee His second dam way by Old opporbottom who was one the founders of the horses Kentucky and Tennessee SPORTING BOY not only possesses tho blood lines but hits all tho qualities in action and He is a horse a walk to all gaits and in a trot he is a trotter and in a rack ho is a Ho is absolutely sound and has proven a sure breeder BLACK WARRIOR JOHN Known as the Miller Jack one of the best breeders and one of tho finest Jacks Kentucky 15A hands high weighs pounds and is a sure foal getter A premium of 1250 will be given to tho best colt of Sporting 10 to tho best colt of Black Warrior John Will give 100 for premium colt from Sporting Boy Will give 75 for premium colt Black Warrior John Sporting Boy will make the season 1250 to insure a living colt Black Warrior John will make the season 10 to insure a living colt Money duo when mare is or parted with The above mentioned horse and jack will bo by Win Bcauchamp at Htirdinsburg Kyat tho House Be Ucharnp BeardHardinsburg Ky TWO OLD CHURCH RECORDS Owned by J E Keith Material From Which We May Get Lessons J E Keith has in his possession two books containing the records of the business of two old churches rhron are interesting and valuable because of their age and asso ciations and the material of which could bo made profitable if Christian people of tho present dap would adopt some of the plans laid down in them for the strengthening of the church organization Tho entries in each were made in ink The pages aro yel lowed with age hot the ink does not appear to have faded much Tho booksI are old fashioned ledgers of several score pages each One of the books contains the con stitution bylaws and minutes of business meetings of the Otter Creek Baptist church which was founded onl November 17 1812 near the town inl Meade county known as GarnettsvilleI but then as Plaindealing The records of the monthly business meetings of the church extend to October 1857 about which time the church wa taken over by the United Baptists The other book contains the consti tution bylaws and minutes ot busi ness meetings of the Gilead Baptist church near Glendale Hardiu county from its foundation in 1824 until1 August 7 1809 Rev BenJ Keith J E Keiths READ TillS Bowling Green Ky June 12 1001 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir We have been selling your Texas WonderHalls Great Discovery for two years and can recommend i- to any one suffering with any kidne9 trouble as being the best remedy we have ever sold trulyWorris Co A TEXAS WONDER One small bottleot the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles remove- gravel cures diabetes seminal emissions weak and lame backs rheu matism and irregularities of the Kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troubl- In children If not sold by your druggist it will be sent by mail o receipt of ff 1 One small bottle is tw months treatment and seldom fail to perfect a cure Dr E W HallI sole manufacturer P 01Hox 020 St testlmonlqls801d i A red sorrel stallion foaled in 1900 with star anda little of ankle This is a grand stallion of great good bone col 3iIlo is high and weighs 1300 Ho the very hest of legs is as bred r as any saddle of families Owns Owns Boy My Own 05 out of 53 sites Tat in of saddle in beauty saddle from wonder in 1000 Boy from at at traded handled Poor farm meetings all grandfather was for about fifty years pastor of tho Utter Creek Baptist church which was tho first Baptist church founded in Meado county and also of the Gilead Baptist church The records of these churches were given him because of his grandfathers connection with thorn The most noticeable thing about the entries ia the difference between them and those contained in church records of tho present day For instance such an entry as the following would hardly be thought ot today It January 201830 The church met and after prayer proceeded to bust ness 1st Otter Creek church sends for Bye Hubbard to show cause why he does not fill his seat on our days of business and appoints Bro Thomp son Kendall and Bro Jno Allen to see himAnd yet from this we get a lesson If our churches today would appoint members to see why other me inters do not attena and would be more strict in all church laws it would certainly make the organization stronger And yet another lesson showing that mercenary matters did not enter muchsas they do now Where mention is made of a pastor beingcalled there is not a word about the salaryjjhe is to be paid TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tab lets All druJrFlsts refund It It falls to cure E W Orovus signature Is on box Vic Ask Aid Of State The following is a copy of a rofaoln tion introduced oy Hon A O titan Icy and adopted by the Tobacco Growers convention at Slanghtersvllle 9on April 8 Be it resolved by the tobacco grow ers of Webster county Kentucky at Slaughtersville assembled That we respectfully request the at torney general of tho state of Ken tucky and the several commonwealths attorneys to lend every assistance in orsmay be employed by tne federal gov ernment in the prosecution of all trusts and combines formed or to be formed for the purpose of controlling ofetobacco or m establishing for thisI fixednl demando wesI respectfully request that the legisla ture of the state of Tennessee now in session be urged to take similar action and that the attorney generalI p HenryWattersons WattersonsLetters Europe Will Be A Leading Feature of Th- eCourierJournal During 1905 THERE WILL BE MANY OTHER ATTRACTIVE DEPARTMENTS ALL GOING TO MAKE A COM PLETE NEWSPAPER Malt RatesLDally CourierJournal 1 year 6 Dally and Sunday 1 year8 I Weekly 1 yearICOURI- ERJOURNAL COMPANY LOUISVILLE KYII t I By a Special Arrangement you can I get the- BRECKENRIDGE I NEWS and the WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL- both one year for only 150 This is for cash subscriptions only All subscriptions under this combination offer must be sent through the BRECKENRIDGE NEWS OFFICE Cloverport Ky for that state and several district attorney generals of Tennessee be directed to aid tho federal authoritiesii in every way within their power We fully realize that the offorts of the giant corporations trusts and the emissaries of foreign governments to absolutely ontrol the output and destroy by illegal combinations the value of dark tobacco in Kentucky and Tennessee will unless restrained by law at last result In the destruc tion of this industry and in irrepar able damage to the farming interests of this entire country tr 4 j al A II w f Closing ut e1 Here is your chance for bargains dont wait or you willsurely miss it Contemplating a positive change in business I will close out without reserve my entire stock of Clothing Dry Goods Furnishing Goods Hats and Caps Shoes Millinery Saddlery Hardware Groceries Etc 5 in my four separate department stores in Stephensport Ky In order to do this as quickly as possible I have cut the prices on every article at and below cost To parties wishing to buy the entire stock and fixtures or parts of stock I will offer special inducements Please bear in mind that in this sale no goods will be charged Only cash or produce will take these bargains and that this sale is no adver I saleII article down from former prices this sale will commence on Saturday April 22 and continue till the stock is sold HERE ARE A FEW PRICES WHICH SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES lot of mens suits as long as they last at r rOneY 1 290A- ll other mens and boys suits at and below cost 11 Boys knee pants as long as they last at lOcA- lli other pants at and below cost A patterns ReductionII i Mens Ladies Boys Childrens Shoes Several Thousand Pairs at an Immense We have not the space to enumerate every article and only will add that those having dealt before know that what we say we mean and those that have never dealt us will judge for themselves giving us an early call before the stock is sold icII J SCHOPP Stephensport Kentucky FJII uc i The Breckenridge News n WEDNESDAY April 26 1905 LANDMARKS AND REMARKS Rev E Barnes Writes Of to ills Old Home After finny Years I J Having a little time at disposal and a mind fall of recent scenes I yield to the temptation to write Fourteen years ago I went from my home in Illinois to visit my mother who was slog at the home of my sis ter Mrs B Mattingly at Rockvalo 1r NKy I spent a day or two with W K in Hardinsburg and returned iBarnesI without tovia Louisville getting any of the old landmarks of my I iiseThis time I left home with pur I Intent to traverse the old I My first stop was in Owens I r boro with Sister Rebecca Mrs Barnes accompanied mo that far Thoro we parted sho going to see her people 1and I mine I hud the pleasure of meeting JQO Severs and Mrs Squires there To me Joe was the express image of his father in appearance I touched dear old Brecuenridge first at Cloverport and met for the tfirsttime my brotherinlaw Jasper w Dyer We rode up to his aortal homer Brother Jasper and my sister Mollie H live as you know near heaven in more than one sense Hero I stayed over Sunday and had the pleasure of meeting Rev King 1 r and of preaching twine to an intolll I gent goodlooking audience l- vlIyeagerness to see my old friends P Mug Savers and wife having Y not seen them since we were boys aud- i t girb together caused me to suspend the laws of etiquette and break into y their homo in the early morning But Mug was away Here I spent a pleasant hour reveling in reminis cencesSunday morning Bro Charles came h down from Rome I returned with b bhim having determined to visit Romo also We soon agreed on our trip over the hills and paths we use ed to travel Thirtyfive years had passed since I had gone that way We secured a skiff at Rome and I A rowed to the mouth of Lick Ran N There I found some of the old land marks gone We went the oM way u p by the old Hanks place which home was marked by the mound of an old chimney Wo turned to the right and stopped to see the relict of an old friend Henry Canary F nnio re ceived joyfully She is well preserved Down the hill we went over an old path but in the bottom all was chang ed We became confused and started the wrong wayloat within onehalf mile of our old letting set right we passed the Thomas Walls place took a 1rink trom the old spring and pressed our way into the realms of our childhood days Here recollections like a flood came rushing in Un we throngh tbe bottom and up the hill point way until we stood near where we first saw light in this world fiftyseven years ago- While I write this I remember that this is the anmversar day of that event April 15 I stood there a child again and saw forms long vanished and things as they wore years ago not as they are now I ent to tho old spring but it was dry Some ol the old foot worn rooks remain We went on up to what was once tons the now house but now it looks old We went through it and on over the once old school path to town We entered tho old graveyara On nearly every tombstone were names of pre cious memory We stood In silence by the graves of our own sainted dead and then passed on up the street into the heart of old Union Star How natural and yet how changed I A few of our old acquaintances re main Somo of them we met Here Bro W K Barnes mot us and we three had a little reunion in the par lor of my oldtime friend Dick Cox Here I must abridge Wont to Stephensport spent the night mooting several of my old friends andthcn to Hardinsburg Again I was greeted by old trends but many were gone I can say of old Breckonndgo that I can see marked improvements Many names I would like to mention but I must take leave of you and say goodby until we meet again E Barnes OASTOaXaBeard the dilia Bind You Have Always Bough SIgnature tl t Boys and childrens hats while they lust FROM 1OCUP Calicoes in Treat variety of us long as that tast air 412C with with Woman Built Great Railroad Mrs Jane L Stanfords death lias led to the recalling of many stories of her kindness of heart and the encouragement that she gave to her husband who was the leader in planning and building the first railroad across the continent He once saidIIIf it had not been for Jane the Central Pacific would never have been built The Boston Congre gationalist sasIIAnd she could not vote either The Congregation all fit might have added that Mrs StanfordI wished to vote and would certainly have been allowed to do so if the ballot were conditioned on distinguished pub lic service instead of on the accident of masculinityWhen does a good work even under the disadvantage of disfranchise meat some oppo nents of equal rights draw the queer inference that women do not need the ballot If an Iiiliau girl manages to make beautiful embroi dery with a bit of crooked bone does that prove that she ought not to be allowed to use a needle She probably would not think so if she had a chance to get the needle and the women who have rendered the most distinguished public service without the ballot have generally been believers in equal su- fferageas for instance Florence Nightingale Clara Barton Julia 1Van- IIowe Mary A Livermore Harriet Beecher Stowe Jane Adams and Mrs Jane L Stanford Alice Stone Blackwell Forget About Your Stomach If your digestion is bad the vital or gans of your body are not tod and nourished as they should be They grow wean and invite disease Kodoll Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat cures indigestion and all stomach troubles You forget you have a stomach trom the vAry dav you begin taking it This is because it gets a rest recuperates and gradually grows so strong and healthy that it troubles you no more EL Babcocit Airherst Minn says I have taken a great many remedies for indigestion but have found nothing equal to Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Kodol digests wnat yon eat cures Indigestion Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Belching Heartburn and all Stomach Troubles Its pre- pAration is the result of many years of research Sold by all druggists I r kt Two Lies Nailed The editor has been accused of keen ing liquor in his cellar This is a malicious and unspeakable falsehood The liquor is kept in the pantry between the dining roost and the kitchen Why not tell the truth It is also alleged that the editor of the Gazette hrs the gout caused by high living Yesterday for dinner he had home picked sourdock mustard dandelion horseradish and beet top grtens boiled bacon and pota toes corn bread and onions Would you call that high living Emporia Gazette Last Hope Vanished When leading physicians said that W M Sinithart of PeKin la bad incurable consumption his last hope vanished but Dr Kings New Die covery tor Consumption Conghs and Colds kept him out of his grave He says This great specific cured me and snood my life Sine then I have usfld it for over 10 years and consider it a marvelous throat and lung cure Strictly scientific cure for Coughs Sore Throats or Colds sure preventive of Pneumonia Guar anteed 50o and 100 bottles at Short Haynes drug store Tial bottle free Ohio County Resolutions 1The County UnlonA Sof E has adopted tbe following resolutions Resolved That we recommend that all owners of tobacco at this timeI stand in line with the recommenda tions of the uynchburg convention 2nd That we endorse the action ot the Ohio county union in regard to the early grading of the tobacco crop to be grown in 100P 3d That we recommend that there should be a difference in price on to bacco grown in tho future of at least tii per 100 weight according to grade and quality 4th That we favor cooperation with all labor organizations along all legitimate lines for the mutual benefit of all parties concerned Cth That wo favor the pushing ot the organization of tho A S of E into all unorganized territory to the end that we may secure fair and equitable prices for all the products of the farm and especially do we favor that stops be taken as early as possi ble to secure profitable prices for the live stock products on the farms Y4 Hoosier cottn4is it lasts atII All dress goods will be offered nt sacrificing prices 300 yards of fancy skirt and waist silk fully worth S100- u yardnow at 33c and us by W Visit home went Ohio Two Governors to Defend Former Governor Yates of Illinois and Former Governor Black of New York will defend Caleb Powers in IllS new tral for complicity in tho murder ot the late Governor broebel A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES Irotruding1llesOINTMENT fulls to euro any ease no matter of how long standing In tt to 14 days First yourdruJltlstwill ho forwarded postpaid by Paris Medl clan Co St Louis Mo Two Important Conventions The fortieth annual convention of the Kentucky Sundayschool associa tion will be held at Somerset June 7 8 Q An exceedingly strong and interesting progian is going prepared Dr Chas Roads of Philadelphia lieu E WHalpenty of Indianapolis and 5VYspeakerseEach is the general secretary of his state and they will come with well matured plans Every school in the State is entitled to representation and a large attendance is expected The eleventh international Sunday Eohool co ventlon meets at Toronto Canada June 2827 About seventy five persons have signified their inten tion of going This convention will mark an epoch in the Sunday school history of America For programmes or other informa ilea recording either of these con ventions address tho State General Secretary E A Fox 10 Louisville Trust Bldg Louisville Ky A Fair Proposition If you suffer from Piles Eczema or Sinn Diseases go to your druggist nud get a bottle of Paracamph use it as directed It you are not satisfied with the results go back and get your money How It Works In Daviess Now that the warehouse plan of holding tobacco for butter prices has been inaugurated in this county it is of interest to note what success this plan has had in Daviess county where it was first started There sev oral million hounds havo been received by the two Equity houses and it has been necessary to rent a thrid waro house for that which is yet to be handled Right Living Pays Hancock Clarion The life Straggles of many men are directed toward the goal of wealth and power while the idiosyncrasies of others lead their thoughts on good looks personal adornments and other vanities Tho man who tots himself up to ao the right however is the one whose life work is ideal and who will live though modestly it may be in the hearts of his friends and neigh bors We have in mind a case at Lew isport Last week flames swept away the building and stock of the J B Taylor Co The stroke we are told will not noticably injure Mr K W Owen the other member ot the firm but in the case of Taylor hA has received a financial backset which will require years of patient and careful toil to replace But Jim Taylor has lived the right life He has treated his friends and neighbors as if his whol law of selfgovernment WPH based up on the colden rule Today he has less money and more friends than he ever thought ho would have The fire which swept away his nard worK had not cooled when ten of his neighbors came to Lim and offered him 10000 if he desired to reenter business The man who deserves this is not alono to bo praised The men who come in with the offer at this opportune time are flower of the land snd their thoughtfulness puts a premium on right living that will stand as an object lesson for all time Many things in this old world are better than money and friends in need is one of them New Club Given Name At n business meeting last Wednesday evening of the young men s club which was recently organized the name of the Cloverport Young Mens Association was given the organiza tion At this meeting also ten more members were received by the olub Death Of J II Shoemaker John H Shoemaker died Wednesday afternoon at Rome Ind at the ago of eightyfive The funeral was held Friday Slight Change in Time Eastbound tram No 42 now arrives here at 052 instead of 054 a m as formerly c V t al BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D end V Q BABBAQEj i Editors and Proprietors V n 4Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year or 1S5 if paid at the end of year CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged er at the rate of 10 cents per line OBITUARIES charged for at tho rate of 5- t late per line Money In advance t Examine the label on your paper If It Is not correct nleaso notify us l When ordering a change In tho addres sabscrlbers should give their old as wellst the new address t EIGHT PAGES I IWEDNESDAY April 26 100- 5ANNOUNCEMENTSI Fun JAILER are authorized to announco W Jlliill WE Uockvall for tho olllco of Jailer of Breckenrldce county subject to tho action Of the Republican party Lambs have no business in May wheat Who said the farmers could not dot Well they are aoing it all tilt same Lawson as a pronot very far wrong The frenzied financiers of Wall street are in the throes of a mighty struggle of whichLawson can truly say I told you so This town is without a bucket or a ladder to turn to in case of tire We are absolutely at the mercy of the flames in case they attack us What are we going to do about It Stand and deliver just like we did four years agoRev P L Kings Easter sermon Was a good one All eyes were open and not a ripple in the audience Rapt attention everywhere From him came stirring words and burning thoughts that went down deep into the hearts and souls of his hearers Do you know of any bettor preacher in the Louisville conference than Rev King W J Schopps great reduction sale at fitephensport last Saturday was a splendid success and shows what advertising does when done in the right way Mr Schopps store was crowded all day with people from near and afar taKing advantage of the great bargains offered The sale con tinues through this week and next and we advise those who have not already taken advantage of the rare bargains offered to do so at once That was a splendid Sundayschool convention hold at Stephensport last Saturday The attendant was not largo but the work was One peculiar feature about this convention was that the men were in the ascendancy not only in the talks but in point of numbers It means something for men to give up their time and monev to attend a Sunday school convention The time was when it was not popular for men to do this Just one man per haps and he the pastor made up tho list Now men close np their business houses and travel miles to attend And yet somo people say tnis county is not improving morally The Republican county committee meets at Hurdinsburg next Monday to take action in regard to putting candidates in the field for the county offices If thev put up good clean men there is a cnance for thorn to win in November Some of the lenders think they have a walkover but thev havent and they need not nominate men with that idea Our advice iis to nominate sober straight men men of action men of progress men of principle and men who stand for the square deal to every man whither richor poor high or low Republican or Democrat The officers of this county belong to the people and not to any party And the people are go r ing to have their say this time and what they say goes Mr and Mrs V A Polk of Skill man were here Wednesday PeculiarTo ItselfIn what it is and what it doescon taining the best bloodpurifying alterative and tonic substances and effecting the most radical and per manent cures of all humors and all eruptions relieving weak tired languid feelings and building up the whole systemis true only of Hoods Sarsaparilla No other medicine acts like it no other medicine has done so much real substantial good no other medicine has restored health and strength at so little cost I was troubled with scrofula and came near losing my eyesight For four months I could not see to do anything After taking two bottles of Hoods Sarsaparilla I could see to walk and when I had taken eight bottles I could see as well as ever SUSIE A Huns TON Withers N C Hoods Sarsaparilla promises to euro and keeps the promis- eI I I Nasal CATARRH In all its stages Elys Cream Balm deanics soothes and heals tho diseased membrane It cures catarrh and drives away a cold in the head quickly Cream BRIm Is placed Into the nostrllsspre over the membrane and Is absorbed Relief Is In mediate and a cure follows It Is not drying docs not produce sneezing Largo Size 60 cents atDrug- gist or by mall Trial Size 10 cents ELY BROTHERS M Warren Street New York Returns From Western Trip V G Babbage has just returnedI from a business trip through Kansas Oklahoma and Indian Teritory He- is well pleased with the country and says that everything is on a boom in the great West While out there Mr Babbage secured an agency hero for one of the largest real estate companies in the West This company has its main office in Kansas City and deals largely in real estate in Kansas Oklahoma and Texas The West is building np rapidly and homeseekers are flocking thereI daily to secure a section of these val uable lands Mr Babbage will gladly furnish information to anv in regard to tno price ot lands in Kausas Oklahoma or Texas who will call upon him or write him at his office in this city Resigns As Pastor Rev J T Lewis tendered his resig nation as pastor of the Baptist church at Irvington last Sunday Rev Lewis has been pastor of that church for six years and feels that ho has served his time and wants to give place to some one who can do more good he says This action on the part cf Rev Lew is came as a shock to the members of the church and the community in general who are very much attached to him and his work It is doubtful whether the church will give him up Republican Committee Call The Republican committee of Breck enridge county is hereby called to meet at Hardinsburg Ky on next Monday May 1st at 2 oclock for the purpose of fixing n date and manner of nominating candidates for various county offices to be voted for at the next November elec tion A full attendance is desired S A Pate Chairman Jno P Haswell Jr Secreta- ryGARFIELD Mrs Tom Driskell of West Point is visiting here Mr and Mrs V W Smith visited at Earned Sunday Mr and Mrs Tom Gregory attended church at HardinsburgSnnaay Len Cashman has oeon here the past week eectiug some oeautiful monu mentsMrs Nellie Simmons and children and Miss Kane Simmons are visiting at Long Grove Mrs Mia Mattingly and sonVeruon Mattingly visited her mother Mrs Price near Cloverport lAst ween Miss Elizabeth Hall of Webster who has been visiting ut Custer passed through here Thursday en route homeMiss Belle Crist after an extended visit among relatives and friends here has returned to her homo at Long Grove There was seventy excursion tickets sold here Saturday Garfield comes up with her part when there n an excur ion on the road Dow Gregory of Louisville who is representing the International Harves ter Company was here Friday and Saturday of last week Sam Hall had two fingers almost severed by a saw while working yesterday with the Henderson Route bridge crow near SteFhensp- ortHARDINSBURG County court last Monday Jule Jackson of Balltown was in the city Saturday Col E L Robertson of Glendeane spent Sunday in the city Mrs Morris H Beard was a visitor in Louisville last week Dr John E Kincheloe was in Lou isvillo several days of last week Mr and Mrs Alvin N Skillman were visitors in Louisville last week Jno P Haswell Jr went to Fordsville Monday on legal business- S A Pate will sell seventy town lots on May 8 Of the large crowd on the excursion Saturday 103 went from here Mrs Mary 0 Ford and O P Ed innnds were called to Glasgow Sun day on account of the deathof their fatherAn elevenar circus will strike tho town on Friday June 02 Owing to this fact the date of the Masonio pie nic has been changed from June 10 to August 5 In the county court Monday Geo T Jolly H M Beard Alvin Skill man and others tiled a petition pray- Ing for the establishment of a new road leading from the Will Miller farm to the turnpikeF I The Rev J F Bsokwith preached at tbo Baptist church Sunday evening P Morris Beard is building an ad dition tobi8residence on Third street A R Kinoholoe was in Louisville a few days of last week on legal bust nessTwo tracts of land were sold by Commissioner Lee Walls at the courthouse door Monday Miss Margaret Baker spent several days of last weeK in Louisville the guest of relatives Mr and Mrs Gus D Shellman went to Union Star Sunday where they are visiting relatives Miss Georgia Robertson of Glen deans was the guest of Mr and Mrs C V Robertson last week Mrs Alex Hendry of Raymond retnrned to her home Wednesday after a visit to Mr and Mrs TB Board at KirkW J Hall of Rockvale was in the city Sunday He is a candidate for the nomination on the Republican ticket for jailer Roland A Smith of Stophcnsport Ayers Impure ahvays somewhere If then pimples rushes If nerves ousness depression If t- heSarsaparilla stomach dyspepsia biliousness appetite Your knows the remedy from lint tow Ayera Ia- Jl ATisn lInn Impure Blood Snrsapnrllln by Subscribe for ortRkrr rKrrrrrrrrrrrtartrrrrprrrrrr KtRrrKrrrrrrrKrrKrrrrp Livery Feed and Sale Stable I We have bought livery business formerly owned by tRoland Smith We are prepared now with vehicles S x new horses and more of them to servo the public t facilities for serving public in the livery business areI t not excelled by any stable in the county We want thes t trade of the traveling public are hero for that puriTeams and horses ready at all hours Call S see us- G audI iI We also keep a full supply of feed for man or beast Flour Meal Hay Bran and Shipstuff our own make w We dont put out any bad We know the business of x thoroughly and wo study to trade x- w x 0 t Fertilizers and Farm Implements tWekeep a supply the of fertilizers and everything the farm implements at the lowest prices In tareprepared to furnish anything in the way an implo r- Ii meat used ou farm x t ILytblng hay press strongest and most durable and raoid press Capacity unequaled and bales any weight up to 200 pound s- A us for prises Bargains in Corn Drills Six Campbell r CudIA T t t B C DIECKMANS SONS Merchant Millers and Grain Dealers t STEPHENSPORT KY r adAAAAAAdAddttAAAAAAstAdAAddddRAdRAL1dAAAtdA SAAAAAtAAAAAAAAAAAAAQ lDR M FFETrl4 TrETHINGI POWDERSt Ms Only 25c Druggists maifiSCto JMOFFETT St Louis Mo Mother Hesitate but save life your child thousands giving thosepowders easily given and quickly counteracts and over James the effects the summers upon teething children the guest and Mrs B Lcnniu Saturday and Sunday DeHaven has tmrchased Mrs E Witt a lot Third street He will erect a handsome residen co this Marion J Thomas and family have removed to Indiana after a residence about five years Many friends wish them prosperity in their new home move to town the near He will occupy the residence recently vacatea Marion Thomas on First street I The recital given F B Beck I with the opera house Friday night by only a fair sized audience He highly entertained those who attended Miss Martha Young visited her mother Louisville last Miss Young is the accomplished teacher vocal and instrumental Romualdu Academy Prof E A Fox Louisville will give a stereopticon lecture on the Landon Saturday evening April the E church An admission cents will charged and the proceeds will the State Sunday work Prof made ex tended tour Palestine last year and his lecture will prove highly interesting Serious Stomach Trouble Cured I was troubled with a distress in my stomach sour stomach and vomit ing spells and truthfully say that Chamberlains Stomach and Tablets cured meMrs T Wil Lalngsbnrg Mich These tao lets guaranteed to cure every case stomach trouble this character For sale by Short Hayne- sIRYINGTON A B Suter was Louisville last week business Quite a number here went the excursion last Saturday Dick Sipes is building a new louse in tits eastern part town Mrs G F Marshall was LouIs- VIlle Wednesday shopping Several young ladies were Louisville last week shopping blood shows the skin boils the then neuralgia nerv then loss of doctor used for 60 years Ketiiniliitt Cnlian War I was n perfect wreck Mood was my health wni 11 bottles SarinpnrllUi lletely cured me II C UouilUtii Scranton a liottlo J o co All Idiwrtl IttAfor Aid tho koo lng the bowels regular with Ayors Pills the NEWS i the new Our the We pose I a Corn of flour muting please best brand line cash fact you want the I Write Corn s Cures Cholera Infantum Diarrhoea Dysentery Bowel Troubles Children Digestion Regulates Strengthens the MAKES TEETHING EASY + or M D no longer the health and as have done by TEETHINA Is heat of Mr W Frank of A on summer of Oscar Burch will future J hy j at heard in week of music at St of Holy 29 at M of be go to school Fox an of can Liver V liams are of in on tram on of in of in the Mv rind aid gone of Corn 100 our of in of wu of in of and the of of Any Jtge Aids the Bowels Child and at ot of was by was ten oar Misses Hallie and Mary Mercer of Raymond were here Thursday Drs Samuel and Hays of Louis ville were down Thursday on bust ness Chas Moorman was a quest of Mr and Mrs Hynes for several days last weekMrs Nora Board was in Hardins burg last Tuesday to seo Mrs Chits BeardWill Hays of HodgensTlUe was a visitor at Mr and Mrs Mndds last SundayLittle Louis Bennett Moreman is a guest of his grandmother at Bran denburg Miss Lena Simmons loft fnr Tell City Ind last Sunday for an indefi nite visit Sam Henninger ot Westview is an expected guest at Basin Springs next week Grandmother Hynes is at home after a weeks visit to Brandenburg among relatives Mrs A B Coleman left for Louisville Thursday to see ner daughter who is very ill Mrs Effle Richardson of Ekron was down last week to see her mother Mrs D W Henry P E Wnolfolk ot Evansville was hero last week In the interest of J H Jeans poultry house Dr W H Wimp cf Stephensport came Saturday to see his parents Mr ana Mrs John R Wimp Mrs Eliza Tay lor of Custer has returned home after a weeks visit among friends and relatives Mr Robbins of St Louis came home last week for a visit to his parents Mr and Mrs E Robbins Ur Paul Dempster wife and baby Philip came Saturday to be the guest of their parents for a while Mr Wiseman has just returned from Brandenburg where he went to pur chase a new outfit and is now ready to give his patrons superior advantages Mrs E W Heaves accompanied her husband the Rev E W Graves to his charge at Pleasant Grove Satur day During their stay they will visit the members of his congregation APRIL HONOR ROLL The following pupils of the Irving ton private school are entitled to places on the honor roll having at tained in each study an average ot ninety or over Eva West McGlothlan Elizabeth Claire Jolly Walter Joseph Piggott Ethel Dowell Albert Lamar Gardner Eliza MaoLean Piggott Mary Katharine WimpRuth Oveiton Hynes Bion Nunnelly Jolly Miss Edith Marshall Teacher HetBig SpringKy Eli Wilson has traded his cropand stock to Bennett Anderson and I moved away Tom Anderson has moved into the house vacated by him Photographs t- II Cabinet Photos 250 per doz and up Hall Cabinet S200II II- j k Quarter Cabinet S150II II 1 I Larger sizes In propnrtion High class work Sittings at any o i tim- eWBOELZE Photographer- ooooooooooooooooooooooooob NNN ure Ill MEYER GENERAL MERCHANT INuNN Big SpringKy Clothing and Odd Pants This department Js refilled to its overflowing Ilpncityjj with only the newest patterns at very close prices A J selection suitable for young and old If in need come t We take pleasure in showing you through and convincing 1 you how much money you can save I I Dress Goods This line is one of the prettiest you can find any where no matter where you goVA beautiful line of Lawns for 4c per yard guaranteed fast color New style Embroidery Swisses cheap at 12c All the latest in Voiles the newest on the marketILace curtains at 39c a pair worth 65c Ladies Vests 5cworth 10c Ladies turnover collars2 for 5c Simpson American Calicoes all colors 4c Laces and Embroidery These goods must be seen to be appreciated They are great money savers We keep Carpets Mattings Window ShadcsLadies and Gents fine Shoes and Slippers and Furniture and a fine line of Wall PaperMillinery I k The latest in Ladies and MissesIIeaclgear Wo huv a I secured an experienced milliner one who can suit the taste of every lady See this line of splendor before buy ing elsewhere Bring us your Voolnnd other produce you have and secure the highest price- sYours for good ch- eerMEYER I Hi BIG SPRING K- YNNNNNNNLN NNNNNtN IL fJ J Old Fashioned Barbecue rr- and I Picnic I At HARDINSBURG in the beautiful grove on Clover port and Hardinsburg turnpike near the tollgate Tuesday July 405It is not too early now to begin to bear in mind the date and place of this barbecue and picnic for we intend to make it the most successful one we have ever given 1Huse1 L YoN Pate Mattingly J rI To Cure a Cold in One Day Props 1 K 1ID1 Take Laxative BrOmO Quinine Tabiefsaon every Seven Million boxes sold in past 12 months This Signaturej 9 C hOX 25C e Ii I Tutts Pills JI After eating persons of a bilious habit 1 will derive great benefit by taking one of these pills If you have been DRINKING TOO MUCH they will promptly relieve the nausea SICK HEADACHE and nervousness which follows restore feelIngs Take No Substitute The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY April 26 1005 For bargains call at OConnell Cos store Irish potatoes CO cents a Dusbel p jConnell fc Co jffiE F Nolte was In Louisville Sunday r the guest of relatives Call at OConnell Cos store and see their 5 and 10 cen counter Bring your produce to OConnell Co and get best marKet price Now line of spring millinery goods just reoemd Miss Judith Miller j Mrs Marion Ryan of Louisville was the guest of relatives here Sun day The latest styles in spring millinery l goods can be found at Miss Judith MillersMrs C W Moorman entertained the Ladies Reading Club Thursday afternoonDavid May was up from Owensboro Sunday the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs Chas May j Miss Lydia Goering of Hawesville was the guest of Miss Man Polk part of last week Mrs Henry Nichols was in Hawes ville last weeK visiting her parents Mr and Mrs W H Kyler Middleton Barnwell and Clinton S Qnin of Louisville were the guests of Miss Loulee Babbage Sunday Mr and Mrs J S Younger and Dr A A Simons attended the funer al of Dr Wm Milner Sr at Union Star Monday Mrs J A Murray Miss Donald Murray and John Allen Murray returned last weeic lrom a visit to rela tives in LouisvilleI Mrs Ella Gregory and little daugh ter Dorothey have been here from Sebree part of the past week visiting I i Mrs Lucy Gregory Lew Waggoner grader tor the local J Equity wa ehouse was in Owensboro the later part of last week inspecting J the Equity warehouses in that city tt Ladies if it is something nobby In spring headgear that you want call and inspect Mies Judith Millers stock and you will find bargains that will t YOIllMr and Mrs J Morrison Mr and Mrs Harry Morrison and Messrs Thos and Ed Morrison will attend the wedding of Mr Clyde G Morri son to MISS Carrie M Graham in Louisville Thursday evening = LOCAL BRIEFS 1 Miles Fuqua Is mov ing his saw mill from Cabot to a tract ot land near town recently bought by the timber and lumber firm of Seaton a Weather holt Searles Davis father of Red Davis of this city died at Bloomfield Ky Friday The Clover Blossoms the juvenile missionary society of the Methodist church met Sunday afternoon and Men ol oaht Timbers of oak keep the old I homestead standing through I the years It pays to use the right stuff I II Men of oakare men in lrhoseL9bodies are made of the soundest materials t Childhood is the time to lay t mQ foundation for sturdycon- stitutiont that will last for years t Scotts Emulsion is the right r stuffa Scotts Emulsion stimulates the growing powers ofchildren rf helps them builda firm t foundation for a sturdy consti- tutionI Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists L 4O9415 PearlStreet New York I SOc and iOO all druggists t F elected officers as follows Eva Plank president Harold Murray vicepresi dent Lucy Adams second vicepresi dent Margaret Moorman correspond Ing secretary Edith Burn recording secretary Margaret Burn treasurer Jennie Mabel Harris agent Mrs R I B Pierce manager A mite box col lection amounting to eight dollars was taken as an Easter offering The society now bas twentYSIx members f Mr and Mrs W E Adams entertained the following young people grid av evening at their home in Eaatland addition Misses Josie and May Berry Anna and Ola Board Mn ry and Ollie Rickets Msible Morrison Caesie Anderson Nina Corley Ida Wilson Minnie Emory and Ambie Williams nnd Messrs Lewis Albert and Truman Adams Wm Wilson Wm Worley Charles Berry Vernie and Josie Weatherolt and Harvey Preston Rousseau Williams has opened a grocery store in the building east of Dr R L Newsoms office It A picture of a large group of Knights of Pythias and a real goat was taken Sunday afternoon near the Masonic Temple MrsElla LaN eave gave an enjoyable Easter egg rolling Saturday afternoon for abont twentyfive little friends of her daughter Lncile The council of the Ep worth League has decided not to have Rev J T Newsom deliver a lecture here In the interest of the League There were services at nil the churches Sunday morning with fair congregations Miss Eva May gave a delightful hay ride and Easter egg hunt to her music pupils from 1 to 0 oclock Saturday afternoon at Sulphur Springs near town it Miss Margaret Skillmnn gave an Sister egg hunt bnnday afternoon to a cowd of little Colas It H L Stader has received a card stating that the steamer Martha Hen nen sunk some distance above here last week Michael Tierney of Victoria and D R Murray of Glendeano leave today for Trinity county Texas where the former will make a sale of QUO acres of tine land he owns Edward Downe of Parkersburg W Vu treasurer of the Murray Roofing Tile company is in the city Albert Adams is at home from the Philippines on a furlough + Mr and Mrs W H Bnwmer have received a telegram statIng that a daughter was born Monday to Mr and Mts Bugh L Atkinson of Chicago BIG SPRING Local talent will give a play hero May 0 H Mayer received 480 dozen eggs Saturday April 15 Born to tne wife of Will Miller Aril 112 a daughter- H Mover is beautifying his home by having his house painted Horn to the wife of Jim Miller of Lawsonville H son April 21 Miss Heel has arrived and has charge of H Meyers millinery depart ment Mr and Mrs John D Meador visit ed his mother Mrs Ada Meador at Elizabethtown last week Miss Davy Galloway who bas been spending several days with Miss Sallie Williams at Ekron returned home Thursday Mrs Jack Collins and Master Brayan Collins spent several days with her parents Mr and Mrs Tindel at Garrett Dr and Mrs StrQth r spent Easter in Elizabethtown with her mother Mrs yallie Clarkson and her sister Mrs J W OConnor GLENDE ANE Sam Seaton ot Owensboro is visit ing his parents- T L Curtis spent Sunday at Hawes villa and Cannelton Col LRobertson spent a few days in Louisville last week Rev D B Clapp filled his regular appointment here last Sunday Albert Moxley of Trislei visited friends at this place recently Prof A B Cart of Union Star was here Friday and Saturday Miss Hannah Deane of Owensboro is visiting Miss Amanda Deane MissNanoy Smith after helping in the bank here for several days has returned to Fordsville Miss Mary Smith of Fordaville yrr tY rDRPKEENE m t11 t Representing TAYLOR KEENE TAYLOR d I DENTISTSOF I m J tj Will bo In Dr Llghtfoots offlco one week out of each month prepared to Lr I wult on all wishing high Class Den VI li tlstry Will be Here May 29 and June 4i L II ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 48 Dally Fast Train leaves Cloverport 507 AM stops at West PoiS only arriv es at Louisville 715 A M No 42 Dally Mall anti Express leaves Clo verport 054 A MI stops at all way stations arrives Louisville 1230 Train No 44 Dally fast mall leaves Clo verport 448 p m stops at all way stations east of Cloverport except Mystic arrives at Louisville 725 p m Train No 48 Dally Clover port accommo dation arrives Cloverport H 30 p m WEST ROUND No 47 Dally Cioverport accommodation leaves Cloverport 000 a m arrives Evans villn 000 am Train No 41 Dally fast mall and cxpro onlylIawesvllleE ansvllle arrives St Louis Op m Train pro 43 Mull and Expjess dally ar rives Cloverport 728 p m Evansville 1030 p m Stops at all stations No 45 dally St Louis fast train leavesClo verport 1108 PM arrives Evansville 133 A M St Louis 740 A M stops at Hawesville Owensboro and Henderson only Chair cars on trains 41 and 44 between Louisville and Evansville Through sleeping cars and reclining chair cars on trains 45 and 46 between Louisville and St Louis Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND Train No 2 Dally except Sunday leaves Fordsville 630 a m arilvcs Irvlngton 840 amTrain No4 Dally except Sunday leaves Fordsville 320 p m arrives Irvington 520 p m Train No 6 Sunday only Fordsvllle630 a m Irvington 903 p m WEST ROUND Train No3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irvington i 15 a m arrives Fordsville 245 pm Train No 5 Dally leaves Irvington 835 p m arrives Fordsvlfle 025 p m I I FREE 11- SS f One nice 16 x 20 inch en K M X jeachj mjj- W 250 during April only 1 W B Oelze Photographer I 1 4 J visited Misses Nellie Dempster and Mabel Howard Saturday Mrs F M Pcwell will leave soon or SpringQall Ill whero site will visit Mr and Mrs J R Powell To the regret of their many friends Dr and Mrs P E Dempster have gone to Irviugton where they wit resideWe are glad to learn that Mrs Cur tis who is In Kansas City Mo for medical treatment is decidedly Im provingMisses May Dempster Emma Lou Moorman and Lizzie Fisher visited Mrs E P Rogers at Fordsvillo a few days of last week Miss Georgia Robertson visited her sister Mrs U V Robertson at Hardinsbnrg and attended the Beck with recital Friday evening Mrs J U Bolton of Orlanda Flori da is expected home next month to spend the summer with her parents Mr and Mrs P B Hoskins Poor Delivery ShortHello Long Where are you going Long Im on my way over to the postolflce to register a kick againstt the miserable delivery service Short Whats the trouble Long Why that check you promised to mall me ten days ago hasnt reached mo yetChi cage News Remembered Her Miss Singerl wonder If that rich uncle of mine remembered me when he made his will I used to sing to him Cynical Friend He must have he hasnt left you anything Veil Pnudknted Some years ago Mark Twains home In Hartford was Invaded with scarlet fever The disease raged for some weeks when heroic measures were tak en to disinfect the house We had a fumigator so strong said Mark Twain that It took all the brass off the door knobs and all the tuno out of the piano Correcting Him The Prospective Better HalfBut se rlously George am I the only girl that He Now Amy dear dont ask If you are the only girl that I ever loved You know as well as The Prospective Better HalfI wasnt going to George I started to ask Am I the only girl that would have youPuckI- lcr StiituH Not long ago a certain young man went to publish the banns of his mar riage with his best girl On the sexton putting the question Is she a widow or spinster the young man replied No sir she Is a fitter in a boot and shoe warehouse Birmingham Eng land Post p26 Sure Ogre How did you euro yourself of In eomnla I left a lot of my days work unfin ished and tried to stay awake and dot nt tirfbtt Excluuigc 2 filWntSAdvertisements Inserted under this heud at one cent u word per week n m FOR KENTSTORE ROOM FOR RENTOne largo store room In Mu Temple tine location For rates iind fiurdhisburgFOR SALE1LANTS FOR SALE Tomatoes plants Mrs R D Clovurport Ky FOR SALEFARM POIt SALE Farm ono mile from Union turr 100 acres Rood dwelling and and fencing also have some stock to sell A most desirable place Write IIlIlsburyJ FOR SALETUITION CERTIFICATE FORSALETultlon Certificate Bryant college Louisville For price and particulars write Tim llreck eiirluKe News Cloverport Ky FOR SALECORN AND HAY FOR SALE 100 tons of hay nnd 1000 bushels SmithLewlsport FOR SALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting machines lot of good Laundry machines OasollnuEnglnesMARTIN StreetLouisville I BORR OW or more forS yeart at 3 per cent and pay back monthly Attend 500 nfl home college etc start In buslnesSIown a sire Bureau Chllllcothe Missouri DREAM ROOK There Is a cause for every Yourdreaman Important bearing on events that are to IIIeamJooknamo and address to llllcklmhns Mall Order Dept 3223 State street Chicago Ill DUROCSJERSEY PIGS FOR SALE andtitsplltsYonIInywhereThoroumy place 3 u head In shipping order fiO E P HARDAWAY Bowleyvlllo Kentuoky 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 hoineseekers1 rates apply One way colonists rates to California and the Northwest March 1 to May 10 and Sept 15 to Oct 01 1905 Pure Food Show and Industrial Ex position Louisville Ky April 24Alay 6 1905 For this occasion rate of 2 05 Cloverport to Louisville and returnwill be made on April 26 and May 3 good returning one day after date of sale Spring Races Lexington Ky May 39 1905 11 or this occasion rate of G15 for the round trip Cloverport to Lex ington and return will be made on May 2 and 0 good returning May 10I Also will sell on May 4 to May 0 inclusive good returning three days from date of sale Special homeseek ers excursions to south and southeast April 18- Special homeseekrs excursions to Soutnwest April 18 r 7 DRP C MITCHEL DENTIST OFFICE OVER THE FAIR Satisfaction assured Professional Prices OrtryrrrrrrrrrrrrrlrrrrirtrlvrrIf t= C- tt= UptoDate You Are C t V tWanting in e It MillineryI Goods C A C fg c- Itt will pay you to call and j f inspect my stock Tho styles t arc not only the very latest j t but the prices arc tho prices t that please 1 also carry n a fan line line ofts 5 i Ladies Skirts S My line of goods this sea tSOll is tho nicest I over had t and I nm now ready for cus 3 J tomerCa t Mrs P McCoy j Irvington Ky K- td IAA a tA til dtAAAAf it 1 R laililtl MEET ME AT NOLTES pAfter Easter Comes House Cleaning You will probably need a Drugget Rugs Mattings Carpets Lace Curtains Door Panel Oil Cloth Curtain Poles and Fixtures Let us supply your wants All sorts of house cleaning necessities J C Nolte Bro Cloverport Ky GiveCADICKS GOLDDUST FLOUR trial anti you will using possesses all qualities best brands nevers factory results can produced Cadicks market Do trial Cfdick Milling CoGRANDVIEW IND I Buggies Wagons Paints J JIyou one best buggies market come and If They are manufactured Delker seeII We also carry best make wagons No better wagon Henderson Wagon IINDEX PAINT yo- uIIARQWARE beat you are thinking painting let FURNITURE FARM SUPPLIES McGLOTHLAN PiGGOTT Irvington Ky 1JJIW VWIIl fWt JVwWW u + 1 1+ H1 + + 11+ H1+ +1+ +1 + + HH +H + + Julian HBrowns j FEED STORE AND FEED STABLE 5 I Is open to the public and ready for business 1 1 i Weight and price guaranteed on all stock full line of shipstuff bran and mixed feed ttA hay corn and oats All Furnished At Lowest Cash Price I When you come to town drive into my stable r and have your horse fed and cared for And if you want good buggy wagon i buy it from me and save money- Respectfully t 1C SiS + + +++ +++ +++++++++++++++++++++++++++ +++++ ++++++++ Ills Turn Willie Engaged to Jack Then you wont marry hurry after all Eunice Not after but maybe after Jack Smart Set Wrong DlnAnONIII She Before wo married you called an angel HoI know I did but was n case of mistaken identity An a be sure to keep on it It the of the of flour It pays to buy poor flour for with it no satis be gold dust flour is in the to stay not fail to give it a want of the on the by li Bros the of the cant be If of AND ++ + 1 11H 11+ + 11 + I1 +++ Y s + r+ a or s i t + + + In all mo It swore A = I r t I W A Walker I WDENTIST1 x Jg f JjW1 Jjlr fJiI 11 Office over Klncheloes Drug Store ft KY Sj I NARDINSBURl 1 i rm Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic MillionbottlesEnclosed with every bottle Is a Ten Cent package of Groves Black Root Liver Pills 1- R 4 I 4 A j1 The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY April 26 1005 Kentuckys Title Justified Why Kentucky L U called Gods Country can be ascertained by glancing through Kentucky at the Worlds Fair a report of the Worlds Fair Commission bound in a neat paper COy ered volume The report was authorized by an act of the General Assembly Illustrations throughout the volume add to its attractiveness There are cuts of the Kentucky building the members of the Board of Commissioners the Kentucky exhibits iv the various pal aces and many notable Kentuckians among them the late W C P Breckiu ridge who was at St Louis when the allottmeut of the site for the building was made The picture of Col Breck Inridge is one of the latest and best photographs of that distinguished lawyer and orator Another illustration ii- a is picture of the General Assembly tak en upon the day of the dedication of the building Gov and Mrs Beckham and a number of State officers are in the foreground of another picture The little volume tells in concise form the story of Kentuckys triumphs at the Worlds Fair It will prove interesting to persons who saw the Exposition as well as to those who did not see it The men behind the gun in theI compilation of the reports which go toI make up the book were the members of the commission and Robert E Hughes Secretary whose untiring work at tbeJJ head of the publicity bureau of the Ken tuck Exhibit Association did much to assure Kentuckys representation at the Exposition before the General Assembly awakened to a sense of the importance of making an appropriation J Won A Name of Fame J DeWitts Little Early Risers the famous little pills have been made famous by their certain yet harmless and gentle action upbn the bowels and liver They have no equal for bilious ness constipation etc They do not I weaken the stomach gripe or make you feel sick Once used always preferred Theystrengthen Sold by all i druggistsii Vreeland Strikes Keynoter Commissioner Hubert Vreeland strikes the keynote of the farmers situation in the followin- gIt should be potent to everyone that the farmers should organize It is necessary to organize and to keepup the organization When we organize more clubs we expect to organize a State club and to have the first meeting at Frun fort in the presence of the next Legislature The laboring man started out with only 1 rain and muscle By organization he soon had excellent wages Here you farmers own the very earth and yet you claim you cannot organize If you organize and say the purchaser must pay a reasonable price for products you can get it If I scatter bills her announcing that Si Jenkins and some one else will have a political discussion here I can easily crowd the room The same should be true of farmers meeting for the purpose of organizing As to the outside plans I be lieve Kentucky has to work out her own salvation While commissioner of agri culture I propose to spend every cent appropriated for my department for the benefit of the farmers We want to or ganize a State club and to hold the first session at Frankfort during the next Legislature Because you were not or ganized you have paid the lions shar of taxes and gotten the lambs share of results MEETING AT HARDINSBURG Program For Al IE Ellzabethtown Dist S S Conference May II The Sundayschool conference for the Elizabeth town district M E church South will be heM at Hardinsburg Ky May 11 The following is the program g00 a mOpening services con ducted by Rev W A Hyues 015OrgdnizatlouD807he l Its Ob ect or End T L Crandell W G Hardaway lOOOlIlhe Superintendent Jesse Whitworth F R Roberts IO30How rimy we be able to secure n better preparation of the lessons L M Russell and T J Joll- yU00Address by A D Leitchfield AFTERNOON 200Devotional exercisesconducted by D F Walton 215Teacher Training and Quali fications C F Williams A C Shipp 345 Advantages of the Evergreen School T B Henderson R O Pen ick815Tlie Influence of Childrens Day G It Cundiff A C Gentle 345Is Our Periodical Literature What It Should Be If Not What Is the Remedy A P Lyon and B A Brandon 730 Parental Responsibility T C PetersThe District Conference will convene at the same place on Friday May 12 at 9 am with Bishop H C Morrison to preside I 3i li J r d PATESVILLE Mint Clark went to Tell City Friday Mrs Compton has purchased the Gist property Laurence Lauless and sister Mrs Bell Frymire have returned to Tell CityMr and Mrs Ollie Lynch were in Owensboro Tuesday on business- F Young and family have moved in to the Stark property Miss Lessle Newton returned to be home in Cloverport Saturday- Dr J T Milner weut to Union Star Thursday to visit his parents Dr and1 Mrs Wm Milner Mrs Will Lynch of Pinchecoe diedl Sunday night and was burled Monday at the Bethlehem cemetery Mrs F K Gorden and little daugh ters Pauline and Edwena of Owens boro are visiting relatives here Misses Nina Lynch Emma Clark I Nellie Fawver and Anna Lamb wtre 1 the guests Saturday of Mr and Mrs E F Gabbert formerly of this place but now of Victoria The Right Name is DeWitt DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cools soothes and heals cuts barns boils bruises piles and nil skin diseases K E Zickefoose Adolph W VaI says My little daughter had white swelling so bad that piece after piece of bone worked oat of her leg De Witts Witch Hazel Salve cured her It is the most wonderful healing salve In the world Beware of coun terfeits Sold by all druggists Now In New Mexico Sidney J brack has had his address I changed from Timpon Texas to 1010 North Second street Albuquerque New Mexico Local Chapter Namedf1 The Cloverport Chapter of the Ep worth League was the name given thel1 local organization at its regular busi ness meeting last week The time of the regular business meet ings has been set for the first Tuesday- in each mouth t1C This great stock medicine is a money saver for stock raisers It is a medicine not a chrap food or condition powder Though put up in coarser form than ThcfUorda BlackDraught renowned fcr tbeI cure of the digestion troubles of persons it has the same qualities of invigorating digestion stirring up tho torpid liver and looseningtt tho constipated bowels for all stock and poultry It is carefully proJpared and its action is so healthful that stock grow and thrive with an occasional dose in their food It cures hog cholera and makes hogsE grow fat It cures chicken cholera I and roup and makes hens lay It cures constipation distemper and I colds in horses murrain in cattleJand makes a draught animal do more work for the food consumed It gives animals and fowls of allEkinds new life Every farmer and raiser should certainly give it a trial T g2 gSS3 saIt costs 25c a can and saves ten times its price in profitII Pmsnuno Kits Starch 25 1004 I I havo been using your BlackDraught Stock and Poultry Medicine on my stock for some time I Have used all kinds of stock food but I have foundII that yours is the best for my purpose J S HASSON r mm amm ft TakeDown Repeating Shotguns rThe notion that one must pay from fifty dollars upwards in order to a good shotgun has been pretty effectively dispelled since the adventgetII the Winchester Repeating Shotgun These guns are sold within 1ofalmost everybodys purse They are safe strong reliable and handy When it comes to shooting qualities no gun made beats them They are made in 12 and 16 gauge Step into a gun store and examine one FREE Send name and address on a postal card for oar farm Ill llratd catalogs WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO NEW HAVEN CONNll i Weddings at Rhodelia The bonds of matrimony were pub lished Sunday for tne first time be tween EdChappel and Sallie Mary Vessels Cleveland Redmond and Genevive Jarboe also Charles Tinker and Laura Elder Rhodelia cor Meade County Messenger HAS STOOD THE TEST 25 YEARS The old original GROVES Tasteless I Chill Tonic You know what you are taking It Is ion and quinine In a tasteless form No euro pay So- chow You Can Save Money J E Keith Son received last week tho largest carload of Bedford stone that ever camo to Uloverport To pay the freight alone would re quire the price of a large monument They have also received two nice granite monuments from the quarry at Barre Vt By buying from them you save from 25 to 50 per cent because they buy direct Irons tho quarry and not from agents II havo used Chamoerlaina Stomach Liver Tablets with most satisfactory results says Mrs F L Phelps Huston Texas For indIgestion bilio and constipation these tablets are most excellent Sold by Snort Haynes Learning Well Trust Tactics A dispatch from Cincinnati to a Louisville paper last week stated that it tiad just aoveloped there that for three months Attorney General Moody has been secretly investigating the tobacco trust the right arm of tho Standard Oil monopoly Throughout his work Mr Moody s chief assistant has been Walter J Friedlander president of the Day Night Tobacco Company and secretary of tho Independent Tobacco Manufac turers Association a band of nineteen of the largest Independent manu facturers in the United States Through Friedlander a mass of evi dence In the shape of Driers has been put in tho hands of tho Attorney General but in addition he has had agents working secretly in every part of tno country to gather evidence on the Amorican Tobacco Companys methods in crnshings out competition Dont Take Any Chances On having bloodpoisoning or ugly from a Burn Cut or Bruise but use Paracamph freely It relieves instantly and it heals quickly there by saving you time worry and money Paracamph heals without drying and scabbing Every mother should keep a nettle In her home eevery day in the year To Run Another Packet The Louisville and Evansville Mail line makes announcement that within a few weeks it will have a daily I packet between Evansvlllo and Owens boro to take the place of the John W Thomas The Thomas formerly run in this trade but was recently with drawn to enter the Louisville and I Cannelton trale Was Native Of This County The funeral of Norvil Harl who was a native of Breckenridge county took plaoe at Owensboro last Thursday Mr Hart died unexpectedly loo Tuesday night at tho home of his nephew J N Rouse Death camo at the age ofseventythreeAbout five years ago Mr Hart left this county and went to California At the time ot his death he was on a visit to Mr Rouse Of the relatives who survive Mr Hart Mrs Crit Burton of this coun ty is a daughter About Rheumatism There are few diseases that inflict more torture than rheumatism and there is probably no disease for which snob a varied and useless lot of rem edies have been suggested To say that it can be cured is therefore a bold statement to make but Chamber lains Pain Balm which enjoys an extensive sale has met with great success in the treatment of this disease One application of Pain Balm will relieve the pain and hundreds ot sufferers have testified to permanent cures by its use Why suffer when Pain Balm affords such quick relief and costs but a trifle For sale oy Short Haynes New Skin Game A new swindle is being worked on the gullible farmer A well dressed stranger stays all night with his intended victim and during the stay reports that bo has lost a valuable diamond put somewhere about the place After searching for a half day he takes his leave feeling badly aoont his loss and requests tbe farmer and his family to keep a watch out for his pin and adds that he will pay 100 for its recovery A few days later a bum appears on the place and Accidentally shows a pin exactly like the one they had all been look- Ing for and casually remarks that he found it outside the gate After some dickering the pin is sold for tf or sometimes gyn He then writes to tho address left by thb stranger for him to bring his hundred and get his pin He never comes us the bum was in the deal and the pin he had cost O cents OASXOBXABe- arl Kind You Have Always Hough I of thodhB 1 Presbyterians Get Together Louisville Post Holy cotamunion was celebrated by the members of the Presbyteries of the Northern and Southern branches together at 11 oclock Wednesday morn ing at the Covenant Presbyterian church Nineteenth and Jefferson streets Unusual significance attached to the event because tne two bodies had not met together since the cblsm in the church more than half a century ago No talks were made looking toward the union of the churches as the meeting was purely religious How To DressWell At a Small Cost This has always been a troublesome question to the man who wants to be stylishly attired hut can not afford to pay the custom tailors high pricesIW e have solved this problem for you TheIclothing we are offering possess all the requireIments that make them desirable They are cut in the very latest styles They are tailored from the best and nobbiest fabrics The work manship on them is consistent with the garments I The trimmings and linings arc of the very Lest quality They are priced so low as to be- n ithin the reach of all The name on these fine clothes is their guar antee it is the lfufinan t7arment We are displaying hundreds of different styles stripes checks plaids and every con i ceivable effective combination of weave is here shown we have the exact size and style for your immediate lit F FRAIZE 10 t0IoverPrt Ky 1- Lt c wl M4 7 c moil minx TO T EnEfi oratorAplace for a rest after the long win HtheoUse Hotel Arkontickets to Eureka a HiIIRoundtrip salo every day in the year AS t r- A Sanfords Fine Inks 6 Mucilage t In full assortments of handy size bottles Library and photo pastes to bootII JNO D BABBAGE School books etc LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLEE I PACKET CUn- i00R1ORATED If I Fast Mail and Passenger Line between Louisville and Evatifl vtlle- Steamers Tarascon I Toll CityI Leave Louisville Monday Wednesday Friday and Saturday 4 p m Leave Evansville Monday 10 a m Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 6 p m Through freight rates and passengei tickets to Cincinnati Freight shipments delivered quicker than b- rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville 15Clovorport to Evansville 17 Cloverport to Owensboro 7 Splendid accommodations for stock General Office 154150I58 4th st Louisville Ky C V WILLIAMS G F and P A GEOH WILSON Supt = Stylish Comfortable Tailor made clothes All the latest patterns for suits and trousers in high grade fabrics Clothes made by modern methods Fit guar anteed Moderate prices Ex pert tailors employed J H HUNSCHE Casper May Co Canneltou Ind = Cloverport PlaningjMill 1 GREGORY CO Prop LUMBERDOORS DOORSSASH SASHBLINDS DOOR AND WINDOW SCREENS SHINGLESLATHS LATHSLIME BRICK CEMENT ROOFING ETC ASHVILLE NtC Center of the BeautifulI Land ofthe Sky A superb elevated plateau the lowest point of which is two thousand feet above the level of tho sea Situated portion The official Government records of the climato of Western North Carolina which are unimpeachable evidence give the fol 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 of but C5 per cent A Natural Paradise where all human ills find qulcd relsef Reached only by tho Southern Railway For Land of tho Sky bookletSum mer Resort folder etc Send twocent stamp to C H HUNGERFORDDist LOUISVILLE KY GEO B ALLENAsst Pass Agt ST LOUIS MO CHEAP EXCURSIONSVIA ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R to points in Mississippi and Louisiana including New Orleanstt 6fAYRates less than one fare for round trip tVery low oneway rates to California and the Northwest Daily to May 16 Mississippi Louisiana Etc Homeseekers round trip and one way colonist Nay 2 and 16 Indian Territory Oklahoma Ar kansas Texas Etc Homeseekers round trip May 2 and 16 HOT SPRINGS ARK 5Daily Sleeping Cur without change Louts tivillo to Hot Springs with connections at Louisville from Cincinnati Illinois Central Weekly Excursions to CALIFORNIA Excursion cars through to Los Angees and San Francisco via New Orleans Every k Tuesday from Cincinnati and Louisville Via Omaha and the Scenic Route every Wednes day from Chicago i Full Particulars concerning all of tho above can bo had ot Homo Agents or byi addressing P W IIARLOW D P A Louisville V G BABBA- GEAttorneyatLaw PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR Many years experience in set J thng estates All collections reasonable Cloverport Kentucky Chintz Royalty 1 1rveyorIIJ Practical Su i also Notary Public I fa I can survey your Lands q write your Deeds and take the i acknowledgement at your homo This saves you trouble and cost a Your Patronage Solicited Address me at Hardinsburg Ky i H DeH MOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDINSBUROr KY thoOourts tties Special attention given to collecting road cases and criminal practice Ltcenie to 1 CourtsOffice r Sour 1 i StomachNo I F ness headache constipation bad braidYgeneral debility sour risings and catarrh J i the stomach are all duo to lndl estiontI cures Indigestion This new discovery reprv seats the natural Juices of digestion as they xlttheproperties Kodol Dyspepsa Cure does nit t4 only cure Indigestion and dyspepsia but thto lroublabystrengthening tho mucous membranes lining i the stomach Mr S S Ball of Rwniwood W V MTil i vuLtorI 4tt E Kodol Digests What You Eat JottIOi only It MiIx t Prepared by K O DWITT A 00 OHIOAN I Sold by all Druggists I Ask for the 1905 Kodol Almanac E and 200 Year Calendar r J jhe Brecknridge NewsR- hRh WEDNESDAY r April 26 10- 03ONFERENCESTO I IIMEET IN MAY sine Program Arranged For The S S Epworth League and the r District Methodist Meetings The Sundayachool lipworth League sand district conferences Owensboro district LouisvIlle conference Meth odist Episcopal church South will be held here May 22 to 20 The meeting X t the conlorences here will be of spe xsiI l interest because of the fact that Aere has been sn increase in churoh- tjffud Sunday school work here since tlio revivalin March and an Apworth League chapter has been organized Though the date of the conferences Is almost a month away it is not onsiderod too early to publish the program now The program is as follows Monday 22 1 p m Opening sermon by T J I RandolphTuesday 23 J15Devotional services and organ zation of the Sunday school Conference J8 80 Reports from the pastors and superintendents lO00Adnlt Attendance W T Mil lilor Discussion of Teaching P L c King 71045General Discussion Hi 00 Preaching by Silas Newton 9 Afternoon B 80 Prayer Service j 45How to Keep An Evergreen Sundayschool J H Walker 00 How to tirade the Sunday School Ernest Arnold 15Review of Meads Modern1 Methods of Sundayschool Work B M Carrie i3 35 Sundayschool Missionary So 1ciety J B Galloway 3 50 Address by one of the Sunday school Board 3 20Recess 8 30 Preaching by J H Massey j 00 Preaching by C F Hartford Wednesday 24 18 1C Devotional services and organi I zation of the hpworth League I Conference 18 80 Reports from the pastors and LI chapters S100Aro Our Leagues Reaching Our Young People C F Hartford 9 15 Discussion 080Are There Detects in the League Organization Y F 11 Thomas 045How to Interest Our Young Men in League Work R H Roe 10 00 League Literature Silaa Now ton- 1015The New Department Miss Emma Barnes 1030 Junior Leagne Miss Myrna Hardin f Newf00 Preacning by one ot theBoard II of MissionsAfternoon 80 Devotion conducted by K H Roe 145Womans Home Mission Society Mrs B F LHwhern Mrs L L Bash- amWELCOME WORDS TO WOMEN Women who suffer with disorders pecu liar to their sex should write to Dr Pierce and receive free the advice of a physician of over forty years experience a skilled and successful specialist In the diseases of women Every letter has the most careful consideration and Is regarded as sacredly confidential Many sensitively modest women write fully to Dr Plerco what they would shrink from tolling to their local physician The local physician Is pretty sure to say that ho cannot do anything without an examination Dr Pierce holds that these distasteful exam- Inations aro generally needless and that no woman except in rare cases should submit to them Dr Pierces treatment cures In the privacy of your home Isis Favorlto Prescription has cured hundreds of thousands of bad cases It Is tho only medicine of Its kind that Is the product of a regularly graduated physician Some unscruoulois medicine dealers may offer you a substl iiito Dont takoit Dont trifle with your health Wrlto to Dr R V Plerco Buffalo N Ytake his advice and be well Mrspnb Monfort ot CoOawritesthe Medical Advisor A new five dollar billcrisp not tempt me to part with It On receipt of 21 one cont stamps to pay cost 1 of mailing only wo will send to any ad dress a paper upd copy of Dr Pierce 1Ir I great IfiOd pago book Tho Common i11t Souse Medical Adviser Or for 31 r stamps the same In cloth binding Ad dress Dr B V Pierce Buffalo N Y l1li = The Original LITTLE LIVERt JcSSSft PILLS first put up by old Dr Ili Vce R V Pierce over 40 yea ago Much Imitated but never equaled drang1Ca foments of It iT Headache Can be Curedwith Dr Miles Anti Pain PillstIf your nerves are subject to disturbances such as Headaches Neuralgia Backache Rheumatism Menstrual Pains Sleeplessness etc their Jarring and jangling can bo quickly ended with a Dr Miles AntiPain Pill Dr Miles AntiPain Pills are pleas ant little pink tablets which do not act 1ondisagreeable weakening or habit form 0 lag effect on the system I They are the result of the latest scion tific knowledge on the subject of Pain and bring relief safely and quickly to the greatest sufferer You should always keep a box of DroMlles AntiPain Pills In the house since you never know when pain may attack you and It Is wrong to suffer when your suffering can be so quickly relieved Dr Miles AntiPain Pills contain no opium chloral cocaine morphine or similar drugs and are sold by druggists under a guarantee to relieve you or pay your money back By relieving Pain Dr Miles AntltPain Pills shorten suffering and length en life 25 cents Never sold in bulk- I have used Dr Miles AntiPain Pills when troubled with headache and findIthat one pill Infallibly effects relief 1NerveI am considerably mulcted with neuralgia of the head and find these pills ofbmuch benefit to mo They are all Is claimed for themGEORGE COLsGATE 219 Oakland St San Antonio Tex I FREE 1PackagoPain Pills the New Scientific Remedy for Pain Also Symptom Blank Our Specialist will diagnose your case tell you what is wrong and how to right It MEDICAL CO LABORATORIESE JND 215Foreign Missionary Society MIss Tula Daniel Mrs V G Babbagee245 Representatives of our Church Papers 8000 phans Home and the Schools 30Preaching by W T Millert8 00 Preaching by Frank ML Thomas Thursday 25c815Prayer service and organization of the Dist Conference 8 30 Reports from the pastorsI030 How to Lay the Foundation Jot a Revival J L Reid 045What is a Good Revival A J Bennett 1000How Should the Pastor Follows Uji the work of tho Revival W P Gordon 1015Tho Financial Effect ot a Good Revival In Every Church Alex ander Hil- l103UTlie Pastor and Modern Mlej sions Judge L P Little- 1045The Pastor and the Collections T J Randolph OPreaching Afternoon 1 1 00 Devotion conducted by J LII ReidI145When Where and How houldI the Missionary Campaign be Conducted Y E R BennettII 215How May We Reach Each Mem ber in Taking the Collections J E D Bogges- s230How to becnre the Best Attend ance at the Prayer Meeting JII Frank Bake- r245What Constitutes Pastoral Vis itation B F LawbernII 300The Significance of Pastoral I Instruction of Children J Hjj Sassey 380 Preacher E D BoggeEsjj OOPreacblDg B MCnrrie Friday 26- 815Devotion conducted by J H I Walke- r830Reporta from the laymenjj 030 Election of Delegates to theII Annual Conference j 1080Our Church Literature W UJJ Moorman 11 OOPreacbingII Atternoon 1 1 30 Devotional conducted by GII J Bean 1 45 Reports cf the Local Preachers and Renewing of LicensesIIf 230Reports of the Committees 1 Spiritual State etc j 2 Missions j 8ISundayschoMs and Education 4 Financial Systems Contributions and Buildings j 5 Epworth League j 0 Temperance 7 Quarterly Conference Records 8 For License R H Roe E R Bennett P L King 0 For Admission and Orders T J Ran I doph J B Galloway E D Boggess J 3 00 Proachinc I 8 00 Preaching by P Gordon 4 The preachers will please till theII blanks sent them for their reports and have them ready for the committees atII tho first meeting Do not forget your Quarterly Conference records Be present at first roll call and stay to the close We expect every lay dele gate We are looking for a great Con ference Let every preacher make a strong effort to secure his missionary assessments in full by the District Conference Our Father bless you in your work J T Rushing P E Kentucky Girl Selected Miss Annie Johnson of Mt Sterl ing has been appointed maid of honor for the entire South at the next Con federate reunion to be held in Louis villa Jane 1410 Tho appointment was made by Commander General Stephen rsll Lee Miss Johnson will attend the reunion with her father Col Thomas Johnson WhO is probably thee oldest living Confoderateaoldler t 1 1 f L TWO MAY CONVENTIONS Tobacco Growers to Fleet Hero And Also At the County Seat fr There will be two delegate conven of tobacco growers in Breoken ridge county next month One will he held at Hardinsbnrg on Monday May b and will be attended by dele Hates from the local unions ot the American Society ot Equity in Brecltenridgo county The other will e held in this city on SatnrdayMay and will have epr eentation from local unions in Breckeuridge and Hancock counties The convention- to be held at Hardinsbnrg is n cull meeting by G S Wilson chairman f the Breckenridge county union The date of the local onvention was decided on at the joint convention of Breckenridtre and Hancock counties which was held hero on Saturday Feburary 4 Just tho nature of the business that will be brought before these conven is nut known as yet It is very probable that an effort will be made at thu joint convention to get tho tobacco growers of county more interested in the warehouse movement which has een inaugurated in this county as it- eems they have not taken with the idea so readily as the growers in It now seems that an impoitant object of the convention at Hardinsbnrg will be to take s eps toward the perfecting of the organization of the A y of E in the county Chairman Wilson has already requested that twentylive cents be collected from member of every local union in the county and forwarded to the sea Vetary of the county union to be expended in more thoroughly organizing he county There will no doubt be a large present at the convention at Hardinsbnrg as Congressmen Stanley will make his address on this date and will be the first day of circuit court Hear All All persons who have Catarrb Asthma Bronchial or Throat Troubles use Pnracamph It relieves instantly and contains no opium or morphine A Roman Singer The identical broncobuster Tho night Republic of Panama The forty million steal Are we not in RouieKHBNRY WATTEK SONS Roman letter to the Courier Journal 0 sad and shattered columns lino the millions that I have writ 0 ruined fanes and fuming where the tooth of time has bit j 0 JUPiTER SATURN APOLLO ye brothers of her the StarEyed whom still I wist worship though the Robber Barons deride i 0 Thunder 0 MOSES 0 Hades iWESAR ROOSE VELT RomelI1 wsh I were home The blood red Baedeker beside me is pale to the dreams I see the Man on Horseback capers all over mne own countree I hear the hoofs of his bronco the howl or the Gray Wolves pack I cannot sleep for the singing in mine ears of the Big Sticks whack ling the Constitution crumbled Y IE there help neath the great gold dome I vish I were home- Like bold TIBERIUS GRACCHUS have hunted the Money Powers pelt la he prigging my laurels and halo this Emperor ROOSEVELT By the busts of all of the CAESARS by the tawny Tibers focal I wish I were home l Vainly smiles each marble Venus put me by the Dying Gaul Let me weep my fill No oomtort can I know before the fall In tho Ooloseel1 m I shall read the ConnerJournal then I shall orive away the shadow with lash of my pen I snail summon against the Despot all great shades of CATOS Rome But would I were homeNew York Sun Frightful Suffering Relieved Suffering frightfully from the virn out poisons of undigested food 0 G Grayson of Lula Miss took Dr Kings New Life Pills with the result he writes that I was care ed All stomach and bowel disorders give way to their tonic laxative proper ues25o at Short Haynes drugstore guaranteed Comma Costs 2000000 An interesting atory is told of an inserted comma which cost the United States Government 3000000 When the United States Congress was drafting the tariff bill it enumerated in one section the articles to be admitted on the free list Among these were all foreign fruitplants The copying clerk in his superior wisdom omitted the hyphen and inserted a comma after fruit so that the clause rend all foreign fruit plants etc The mistake could not be recti tied for about a year and during this time all oranges lemons bananas grapes and otner foreign fruits were admitted freo of duty with a loss to the Government of at least 2000000 tor that year f 1s 1Y i i More About Game Laws Louisville Ky AprilJudge Pryor this morning handed down an opinion in the case of A Booth Co who were fined 1800 by Magistrate A Fegenbuah for alleged violations of toe game laws which came up to the criminal nourt on appeal The judge reverses the opinion of Magistate Fegenbush and holds the defendant is not liable The point upon which Judge Pryor holds that the question turns is the distinction between game Killed or tanen in this state during the prohibit ed period and game killed outside tho stateIn this case it was conceded that the quail sold by Booth Co were killed in Indiana and brought to this state The prosecution was on tho section of the statute which prohibit ed the killing of birds in the acato or bringing into the state game killed elsewhere during the closed season Judge Pryor tlnniis that the framers of the law land no intention of at tempting oven if they had the constitutional right to legislate for the protection ot game in anothar state He holds that the clause forbidding the bringing in the state is merely intended to put the burden of proof on the defendont to show that the viola tion flaw was not committed in Ken tucky and was made a part of the law because of the great diiliculty of proving that the birds wore actually killed in this state A Tried and True Friend OUR Minute Cough Cure contains not an atom of any harmful drng anti it has been curing Coughs Colds Croup and Whooping Cough so long that it has proven itself to ho a tried and true friend to the many who use it Mrs Gertrude E Fenner IariouII Ind says Coughing and straining so weakened me that I run down in weight from 148 to 03 pounds After trying a number of remedies to no avail One Minute Cough Cure entire ly cured me Sold by all druggists 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 the battlefield but no matter what the cause it can be instantly relieved by the free use of Paracmph This won derful remedy opens the pores of the skin induces sweating stimulates the circulation thereby removing the congestion and drawing out all fever soreness and inflammation Try a bottle tiday and be convinced Do You Want All the News Princeton ClarionNews theyprintis not one of them No paper prints all of the news and n very uood reason is given by the Nauvoo Rustler when it saysA man came in the other day and stopped the Rustler lie said we did not publish all the news that happened We should say we dont In the first place theres somebody else depending on us for a living If we publishedall that happened we would soon be with the angel s In order to please the peo ple we must print onlyI the nice things said about them and leave the rest to gossip Yes its a fact we dont print all the news If we did wouldnt it make spicy reading But it would he for one week only The next week you would read our obituary and there would be a new face in heaven All the news is all right when its about the o her felo v- Rheumatic Pains Quickly Relieved The excruciating pains characteristic of rheumatism and sciatica are quickly relieved by applying Chant berlains Pain Balm The great pain relieving power of the liniment has been the surprise and delight of thousands of sufferers The quirk relief from pain which it affords is alone worth many times its cost For sale by Short HaynesI THE SOUTHWEST A GRAND COUNTRY FOR HOME SEEKERS AND INVESTORS EXCURSION RATES TWICE A MONTH Arkansas Louisiana and Texas offer the greatest inducements for persons de siring to own their own homes Cheap land producing almost anything that can be grown anywhere mild climate god schools good water healthful surroundings and a growing advantngevUnexcelled and vegetables for early markets Land that can be bought for 5 to 10 per acre cau be made to yield 100 to 200 per acre in orchard and truck farm First and third Tuesdays of each month we will sell homeseekers tickets from Memphis and Cairo at one fare plus 200 for the rouud trip April 4th and 18th spegial low round trip ratesless than oue way fare 1500 aud less from Memphis and Cairo to points in Texas Low rates in proportion front points east of Memphis and Cairo Literature descriptive of above couu tryand information about rates will ce mailed upon request- L 0 SCHAEFER T P A Cotton Belt Route Cincinnati 0 + 1 r THE HOJIB OF vlxoiTo Old People If the people of this town only knew the good Vinol does old people we could not get enough to supply the demand With old age comes feebleness and loss of power lack of strength and vigor To prove our belief that Vinol is the great est strengthener body builder and in vigorator for old folks we say to all try it and if you are not satisfied we will return your money SHORT HAYNES DruggistsII a dV 0 i I PREMIUMS ARE PAID To Capital Brains or Muscle In The Great Southwest Ikansas Indian Territory Oklahoma Texas and New Mexico Where seemingly unlimited resources await develop ment Vast tracts of agricultural lands uncutivnted square miles of forest whole sections underlaid with valuable mineralsthese are examples of the South wests 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 descriptiouEXCEPTIONALLY LOW RATES The 1st and 3d Tuesdays of Each Month CEO II LEE G PA II I McGUIRE D RA Little Rock Ark Cincinnati 0 r + krlHdi glOFFICERS i iBF BKARD PRBSIDKNT M H BEARD Cashier DIRECTORS io Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beard Dr A M Kiucheloe D S Richardson iiInsured against loss by fire or S Interest paid on time deposits burglarytt W + N N T The Breckinridge Bank Cloverport Ky Cap tal Stock 45100 Surplus 7000 Incorporated Organ 2Cd n 1872 W H BOWMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier DR F L LIGHTFOOT VPres CHAS B SKILLMAN Asst Cashier Accounts of Firms Individuals and Corporations solicited Any business entrusted to us will receive prompt and careful attention Storage place for packages in our fireproof vault furnished our customers free NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS Interest paid on time deposits a usI First State Bank IRVINGTON KY W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP YirtP- ltsidtntIn H KEMPER Cashier Accounts Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited IIInterest Paid on Time Deposits NN t4 N N enee tll NmN 6 N = c = THE 4 Fifth Avenue HOTEL I Louisville Ky m mPIKE CAMPBELL Mgr I J rThe most centrally located and only firstclass hotel In the city making a J200 rate Only one block from the principal shopping district and twolblncks from the principal theatres Street cars pass the door to all parts ot the city- Everything neat andtclean N NNN NNNN44 NN NN DAN ROOKS CO LIVE STOCK COMMISSION fiERCHANTS CENTRAL STOCK YARDS LOUISVILLE Kyj N N N N NN HALLSIVEGETABLE A highclass preparation for the hair Keeps the hair soft and glossy and prevents splitting at the ends Cures dandruff and always restores color to gray hairIf JrtftiS JJ iSWM I R t hIJ or r f I ryInry THE MEDICAL SENSATION OF THE AIIE==TIIE DISCOVERY OF PE=RU=NA I IKi a i ris aatsa v Other Remedies Failed Peruna Cured Mrs Chas Stolnecko Stoughton WIs writes Ji JiMyexperience with Peruna has been most pleasing By carelessly leav r ing a heated ball room I got thoroughly chilled and caught a heavy cold which settled on my lungs I wore a protector took many remedies for i cold without success With my other troubles I had catarrh of the Peruna was recommended to me and I bought a bottle and r to Improve I kept on taking It and It cured me from all my headII I am pleased to testify to Its merits 1rj The Worlds Greatest Medicine Peruna Medi RfactoryR In the remedy universal Peruna popu jJ The plant covers a number of acres i r4andemployes several hundred people No othor medicine firm in the world ty roacl j anything like the volume of T business dono by Dr Hartmans firm f i ANiough Peruna Is a proprietary medicine thaetallsof Its compounding 1nreno secret tnd nothing gives Dr a Hartman greater pleasure than ro show r the nlan friends of Peruna all thRI I r I t The Breckenridge News c u- U =WEDNESDAY April 26 lOO rfARFORKMrs Tihlha Keeunn has been ill r Jess Morton contemplatest moving his family to Florida soon Mrs O W Rice anti son Ernest were at Jolly last Wednesday 1 Misses Maxie nut Mary Jackson visited their uncle Snm Jackson at Mc JG J Quiuly last week i1 Mrs Tho II Hates and sou Ivan i imadea visit to relatives at Whitesville and Ovveueboro recently t Dr Sandhach of McQnady was called i last week to see Mrs Ed Hock who- P N lint something like tcnsililis Mrs T II Chancellor and children I erode and Jennie spent pUtt of last week with her sister Mrs Will Mason i at IisgahMrajcl I Mrs Marion Jacksons eldest child has been in a bad condition and they lead Dr Win Howard to lance its throat It is getting all right now ti Norvin Chancellor was thrown from a mule as he was ou his way to Clover port His foot hung in the stirrup and was dragged arouud and bruised consid t erably before hejcould extricate himself John Burnett is teaching a music class til Mrs Sue BeavinsMisses Jessie Ryan Deulah Rice Bessie Sherran and f Stella Ruppert are among those taking 1 lesson The little daughter of Mr and Mrs Gill Robert of near Kirk diedof puaumoiiia andwas buries at Tarfojk This is the second lentil in their family I Ithtsspring SunJay at noon the dwelling of I II Bates caught fire aud but for the timely aid of neighbors who were first f to see the blazing roof and warn the family it would in a very few minutes have been burned to the ground as the wind was blowing a perfect gale I i A Daredevil Ride often ends in a sad accident To heal accidental iajuries use Bucklens Arnica Salvo A deep wound in my foot from an accident writes Theodore Schuele of Columbus 0 caused me great pain Physicians were helpless but Backlens Arnica I Salve quickly healed it Soothes and heals burns like magic 25c at Short Haynes druggists PATESVILLE Bill Gray moved to Owensboro Mon day sential processes by which Peruna is made A Doctors Prescription- For years Dr Hartman used Poruna In his private practice as a regular prescription He had no thought of manufacturing it or advertising It as a proprietary medicino until there was a demand made upon him by his many friends who clamored for the original prescriptionForty Thousand Patients Dr Hartman estimates that ho must have prescribed Peruna for over forty thousand patients before it was advertised not a proprietary medicine Vernon Lynch was in Cloverport Sat urdayF Young has been confined to his bed for several days Bell Frymire of Tell City was home to see his parents Sunday- J T Parson who has been ill fu some time ia recovering slowly- F I 1 K Gordon of Owensboro spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives here Messrs Bob Lamb John and Herbert Arlira were at Reynolds station Satur dayThe family of Dr W L Lawless ha removed from Horse Branch tto thisI placeMiss Anna Lamb has just returne I from Tell City where she has been visiting relatives Dr J T Milner was called to the bedside of his father Dr Wm Milner I of Union Star last week The friends of Frank Isome of near this place surprised him by celebrating his sixtyfourth birthday Monday Eighty guests including his children grandchildren friends and neighbors partook of the sumptuous dinner CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears th9- Signature of BEWLEYVILLE Miss Lydia Jordau is quite sick Miss Alma Orendorf returned to her home Sunday Miss Mary Keith does not improve of her illness Miss Lucy Clnrkson is visiting Mr and Mrs John Cox W W Keith and son Boyd wentl to Louisville Saturday Mrs Sarah Lewis is making her home with Mrs Herr ere Cain Little Mary Heron is spending a week with Mr and Mrs Cbarles Drury Dr W J Cain went last week to Republic Mich to practice medicine Miss Nora Bauly was the guest of Misses Lena and Annie Compton Sun day Misses Zilpah and Willie Chambliss of Falls of Rough arc guests of Mrs Anna Payne Mrs James Witt and children of R a y Cured in Four Weeks of Severe Gold on Lungs Miss Josie Schaotzel B B No1 Appleton WIs writes III contracted a severe cold which settled on my lungs in very short order and it was not long until it developed into a serious case of catarrh Every morning I would raleo a lot of phlegm which was very disagreeable My digestion was poor and my lungs soreAfter a few doses of Peruna I be gan to mend and felt that If 1 kept on taking It It would not be long until I would be well I was right for in four weeks I was well again- I think Peruna is a grand medicine and wish to add my testimony to the many others you havoJoslo Schaotze- lPcruna Removes the Cause of Catarrh Peruna has no bad effects upon the system and gradually eliminates ca tarrh by removing tho cause of catarrh There are a multitude of homes whore Peruna has been used off and on for twenty years Webster spent last week with Mr and Mrs Thos Payne Mr and Mrs E L Smith of Guston were here Sunday uttemltrg church and visiting parents John Compton and Misses Anna- r Compton Katie Hardaway soil May Jon rdan were in Louisville Saturday Miss Minnie Stith has entered the Childrens Hospital at Washington D C and it is believed she will make a capital nurse Chas D Hardaway sold a fine pair of mules to Frank French of Hardiu fivesorthIThosJ Jolly visited friends at Union convend tion at Stephensport Saturday and spent the night ant Sunday with his brother at Sample The missionary meeting with Mrs R D Cain Friday was one of our most suc cessful Despite the inclement weather the good folks came good cheer and kindly feeling prevailed We owe Mrs Cain many thanks for her most excellent dinner and hope to meet with her again WEBSTER Plenty fruit left Mrs Win Hall is indisposed Born to the wife of Clint Norton April 21 a girl Miss Elmer Hatfield returned homo from Louisville Sunday Mrs Jesse Robertson and Miss Zel mA Lay went to Louisville lust Satur dayMiss Etta Pollock of Mystic visit ed Miss Enla Jordan last week Mr and Miss Watson of Central Ind are visiting then uncle H F BeardMrs of Lewisport visited her daughter Mrs LC Simmonslaat week Mrs Jas Witt visited ner parents Mr and Mrs Tom Payne at Bewey yule last week T B Henderson attended the Sun dayschool convention at Stephcnsport last Saturday Several from here took advantage of the excursion last Saturday to go to Louisville Dr S P Parks and wife attended the funeral of Dr Wm Milner at Union Star last Mondays Miss Essie Bphler went to Louis ville Saturday to attend the Morrison Graham wedding Thursday evening 4 BY DR S B HARTMAN Given Up By DoctorsCured By Peruna Miss Margrot Fahey 4U Adams street Troy N Y writes We have used Peruna In our family for years and 1 am very pleased- to say that It cured me of catarrh of the lungs when the doctors gave up all hope of my recovery- I used Peruna for six months and at tho end of that time my cough had disappeared my appetite was much better and I had gained ton pounds and looked the picture of health I am In perfect health now and feel that Peruna not only cures catarrh but builds up the system and is therefore a grand medicine Margrot Fahey j Perunas Popularity I Foruna is not like so many other remedies that pass away as soon as the first few bottles are used The longer Poruna Is used in any community the more popular it becomes Pcruna Actually Cures The reason why Peruna has become a standard catarrh remody the world over Is simply because it cures catarrh LOD1BURG Mr Weedman from Sample has moved here Mrs C t Grant visited relatives at Sample Sunday- I C Harrell is in Louisville buy ing spring good Mr and Mrs C L Avvtt spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs John AvittMrs I C Harrell is in Louisville buying a new stock of rnillinary goods goodsMr and Mrs Joe Bruner Mr and Mrs Gorge Cox of Union Star were the guests of Mr and Mrs Win Head SundayMrs Joe Fitch and son James Mr and Mrs Jesse Keys and children of Uoverport spent Saturday and Sunday here tho guests of their lath or Andy Keys Nasal Catarrh quickly yields to treat went by Elys Cream Balm which is agreeably aromatic It is received through the nostril cleanses and heals the whole surface over which it diffuses itself A remedy tor Nasal Catarrh which is drying or exciting to the diseased membrane should not be used Cream Balm is recognized as a specific Price 50 cents at druggists or by mail A cold in the head Immediately disappears when Cream Balm is used Ely Brothers CO War ron Street New York Will Meet at Guston The Meade County Sundayschool association will hold their regular Runnal convention on May 5 at Gus ton beginning at 030 oclock in the morning 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 but I took Electric Bitters which I 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 OOc MATTINGLY Wave Pate has had a telephone box put in his house Miss Callie Walls who has been sick for some time is better ffi This explains why Poruna has become so popular It cures catarrh This Is an amply sufficient reason why It should become popular Catarrh is almost universal Catarrh is difficult to cure The doctors do not care to treat cases of catarrh at all It therefore follows that when a rem edy is devised that can be used In tho remedyIForrest Campbell and Felix Dunn have gone to Tell City to work Norvin Millerof Clover creek attend ed church at Pisgah last Sunday Rev G W Richardsfilled his appoint ment at Pisgah church last Saturday and Sunday Jess Wilson of McQuady who has been in Illinois for some time has returned home Nr and Mrs Wm Lynch entertained a number of their friends to an Easter dinner last Sunday Lafe Miller of Clover creekaud Carl Perkins of Beechfork are at the far Springs for their health Mr and Mrs B F Frank and little daughter Valeria visited Mr and Mrs William Lynch last Sunday Rev McKinley of Fordsville will preach at the Tarfork Christian church next Saturday night and Sunday Mrs Ernest Pate of Cloverport visited her parents Mr and Mrs C D Hauibletou last Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs C B Pate of Clover port visited their ilaughterMrs Alfred Hawkins at this place last Saturday and Sunday crrrrrrrrr rpvkrrrrPtP IP- Pr r Y r PAINTS ti Best Mixed Paints t Yper gallons t r Gradesrq 60 and 90 cents ro Roof Paints 30 to 80 cents itk a t White Lead A i 5 to 62 cents pound i K Best Linseed Oil t- ii 50 cents gallon I Telephone 413 i SIH1 McCracken i Cloverport Ky GilA AkkilAiPitilllilAif AAAAAAAll f Entirely Cured By Several Bottles of Peruna Miss Ella M Miller one of Wash ingtons society girls writes from 140 P street N B Washington D 0 as follows I With pleasure I medicine for recommendYO1flHaving taken myself entirelycur Peruna too highly Ella M Miller lJPeruna Contains No Narcotics There aro a groat many catarrh cures in the world The most of them are local applications Pewof them are to bo used internally Unfortunately alargo number of these j catarrh remedies especially the ones I prescribed by the doctors contain narcotics J of some sort Cocaine opium whisky and other narcotics are Theso remedies give temporaryusedII Tho patient thinks ho is bettor right t away Inafewtreekshoweverhodls covers his mistake Not only is his cs j tarrh no butter butho has acquired the habit of using soma narcotic This happens in a multitude of cases One reaM why Peruna has found permanent use In so many homes Is that It contains no nar colic of any kind Peruna Is perfectly harmless It can be used any length of time without acquirIng a drug habit I Y Mr and Mrs Alfred Hawkiristm mother Mrs Mildred Hawkins enter tained a number of their friends and re latives to an Easter dInner Sunday Missts Nola Furrow aud sister Miss j Mirtie Mittic Pat amid Ressn Duncan visited Mr and Mrs Herburt Tlnuis f last Sunday and attended church at Pisgah Latham Sanitarium i Established 1898II VINE GROVE HARDIN COUNTY KY Chronic Diseases Treated Successfully j CHARGES MODERATE yl I Rational Harmless and Satisfying V Methods of Treatment J i AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAa i1k I Look and J t Learn i t There is no place where you do better in having your watch enntt1 paired or where you can get a one than at the old reliable Jewelry store For years wo luweflcatered to your wants in this line You know how we have treated you and whether we have made good JWf icenturyword il still with you and our experience 7 better fits us for your continued I Q patronage It is our pleasure to h youhnppy 1 t your dealings with us Our word and guarantee is as good as our bond If you dont find tho article f just as wo represent it your money When lanyl repairs please remember 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