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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS 4 LL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINTu 4 VOL XXIX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 3 1905 8 Pages NO42 l ONLY THREE NOW SURVIVE f 1 Miss Joanna Reardon Member of Re markable Family Dead I Miss Joanna Reardon a member of a romaikable family of brothers and sisters Saturday afternoon at 4 oulock at her home at Victoria at the age of about seventythree Miss i Reardons death was dun to her ad vanced age and to a fall which sho received several months ago Miss Reardon is survived by two brothers William and Michael Rear don and one sister Miss Ellen Rear don They are all over seventy years of age the elder brother being about ninety and are unmarried A sister who died about twelve years ago was seventy years of art Though they own a farm of about 200 acres at Victoria and are highly respected in that section theie re markable old people have always preferred to live in a small log cabin and to do without many comforts which they could have had This year will be the first time there have been tenants on their land they having till ed it with the assistance of neighbors for many years The surviving mem bers of the family are in feeble health They have never seemed to J assimilate to much extent the modes of living in vogue in America adopt ing instead those of the poorer lasses in Ireland from which county they emigrated about fifty years ago The funeral of Miss Reardon was held Monday morning and the inter t ment was at St Roses cemetery near this city Father 0 Brey the pastor ot the family conducting the ser vices Run Over by Wagon Leg Broken Allen Elder a son of Thos Elder of near Hardinsbnrg sustained a broken leg as the result of having the member run over by a loaded wagon while at work on the Stephensport road last Thursday atternoon His foot was caught in a rut in the road the wheels passing over the lower part of the limb and breaking it just above the ankle The injuiy was a very painful and serious one The injured wan was removed to a house nearby and attended by Drs F L Lightfoot and F M Smith Gabe Brickeys Barn Burns Hardinsturg Ky May 2Sped1l Gabe Hrickcy who lives ou the Owens I boro road about four miles from town had the misfortune to lose by fire his barn and its contents last Friday Three horses n milch cow and some hogs were burned as well as about 200 bushels of corn gearing wagons etc i His loss amounts to about 500 There was no insurance Organizes Local B Y P U Rev J P Jenkins of Louisville cor responding secretary of the Baptist Young Peoples Union of Kentucky organized a local B Y P U at a meet ing at the Baptist church Monday evening The following temporary officers were elected R L Oelze pres I ieent Gco Younger vico president Miss Lydia Graham secretary A meet Ing will be held next Sunday afternoon it for a permanent organization i iStephensport Personals R A Smith of Stephensport and E Burt of Louisville left last Wed k Iinesday+ for Montana to buy Western tII IIhorses They will bo gone several weeksWm Blaine returnee to Stephpns port last weeK after spending the winter in Arkansas and Tennessee Ayers1 1Ifyour blood Is thin and im i theipure that invigorates strengthens 4 4refreshes You certainly know Sarsaparillapthe medicine that brings good onlyr4 60 years A doctors medicinef I owe my lirA without doubt to Arers Sariaparlllti It li the most wonderful nimll ticineIntho world for nerTonineii My cure U permanent and I cannot thank you enouuli MRS DELI WOWELL Newark NJ gl00 a bottle J o AVER Co- AJUlniKijUti forLower I Poor Health Laxative doses of Ayers Pills each night greatly aid the Sarsaparilla 5 I Sandbach Potts I At 1230 o clock April 20 Dr J A Sandbaoh and Miss Evelyn Potts were married at McQnady at the home of the brides parents Rev U L King of Hardinsburgofticiating The ceremony was witnessed by a host of friends and relatives The beauty of the bride was enhanced by a lovely suit ot brown silk with cream trimmings The attendants were tho brides sister Miss Mildred Potts and the grooms brother Dr Will Sanabach cf Louisville Immediately after the ceremony the happy couplo boarded the train for Friedland Ky for a brief visit to the grooms parents The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs J D Potts of McQuady while the groom is a popular and rising young physician A Friend Cures Catarrhal Deafness One Weeks Use of Hyomei Did More Than Six Months Treatment by Specialists In the treatment of deafness which is often a result of catnrrh Hyomei acts almost immediately upon the inflamed membrane and the hearing begins lo return at once A few days treat ment will bring relief and in three or four weeks according to the sever ity of the case a cure will be accom pU shed Miss Meeks of iattewanNYsays Hyomei is truly wonderful I have used it but a short time and see H great change in my condition My hearing is improving rapidly and I had no idea I would improve so rapid ly in so short a time My breath which was so offensive to mv self and others lips lost its bad odor entirely I have spent a great deal of money with catarrh specialists and can truly aay that six months of their treament is not equal to one month of Hyo mel Short Haynes are selling Hyomei upon the unusual plan of agreeing to return the money if the medicine does not cure A complete outfit costs only 100j and consists of an inhaler that can ne carried in the vest pocket a medicine droppor and a bottle of Hyomei Tho inhaler will last a life time andI there is enough Hyomei for severalI weeks treatment Additional bottles of Hyomei can be procured for 50 cents Compare this small expense with the fees charged by specialists and then remember that if Hyomei does not cure Short R Haynes will return your money Good Strike Above Cannelton According to the report given bv Judgo Wamplor and L b Powers an excellent oil strike has been made on the Mason farm five miles above Can nelton at a depth of 730 ft Several barrels were pumped out within a few hours and the operators state that it is a twentybarrel well and that tho oil is of the finest quality Ha wesvi He Plaindealer Equity louses Receiving During the short season last week all four of the Equity warehouses ini the county received tobacco About 20000 pounds were received at KirC 25000 at McQuady and a few loads here and at Hardinsbnrg It is boliev ed that tho prospect for inoieased re ceipts daring the next season is more favorable at Kirk than at any of the other towns where Equity houses are located Death at Big Spring Big Spring KyMay 2Special MrsDan Brown died Monday oven ing of uric poisoning and her re mains were entered at Now Salem church burying ground PROFITABLE INTERESTING Was Baptist Fifth Sunday Meeting At Kites Run Last Week The fifh Sunday meeting of Breok enridge Association of Baptists which was held at the Bites Run Baptist church last FridaySaturday and Sun day was a most profitable and inter esting one The greater part of the program was rendered and a good crowd was present Some important business matters also were transacted 7 E Keith was appointed treasurer until the next election M P Comp ton buying hold this position and also that of moderator since last September when Mr Keith was elected clerk A committee was appointed to procure a tent in which to hold revivals at Tuckers sohoolhonse and in Roberts bottom and Nortons Valley Rev E B English to con duct the first and second named and Rev J T Lewis the third If a tent is procured large meetings will be neld under it next fall between the Henderson Route shops and this city Revs 0 T Daniel D B Clapp J T Lewis E B English and J F Morton make talks on interesting sub jectsduring the meeting Some of the subjects on tho program were omitted because the time tor which they were set was otherwise occupied The district mission board aet Sat urday afternoon and the meeting closed Snnday morning with a ser mon by Rev Clapp The next Fifth Sunday meeting will be held at Hardinsbnrg July UI IRVINGTON Miss Minnie Blake spent Sunday in Cloverport Dr LB Moreman was in Louisville last week Morris Jolly is able to be out after a long illness Harry Komper was in Frankfort last week on business Mraud MrsRobins of Skilmanare visiting their brother Dr T J Qlass ock of MoDaniels was in town Saturday and Sunday Will Biggs has returned home after an extended trip through the South Nowsom Gardner attended the funer al of Dr Milner at Stephensport Monday Miss Mary Henningerof Wast View is the guest ot Mr and Mrs Em SmithMisses Hayes and McCoy of Garfield are visitors of Mr nnd Mrs I DowellMrs Penick ot Louisville came Friday evening to visit her uncle Clarence Penick Mr and Mrs fine Cox of Louis villle are visiting their parents Mr and Mrs Jas Smith Mrs Ed Adkidson and baby left last week for Sebree to visit her mother tor several weeks Miss Mabel MGloiblan returned home Wednesday from Louisvilloafter a visit to her brother Miss Ada Drury came down from Louisville Saturday to visit her sister J Mrs R B MuUlothlan MISH Lucile Cunningham came here from Brandenourg last week to visit I her cousin Mrs Will Gardner Mr and Mrs Stonewall Brashear of Frymire wero tho guests of the McGlothlans last week Mrs Dave Bishopp returned Satur day from West Point whero sho has been visiting her mother Miss Corn Lee Anderson of Guston was H visitor at her grandparentsMr- and Mrs J L Henry last week Mrs A B Coleman has returned from Louisville after being with her daughter Mrs Cain for sometime Mrs Harry Connoverof Cincinnati left Monday for home after a weeks visit with her aunt Mrs Nora Board Mr and Mrs Kirby Blaine of Stephensnortcamo Saturday for an in definite stay with Mr and Mrs J B BiggsYou cannot raise chickens or keep your stock healthy without using stock food You can get it at Jolly Gardner Cos MrsArthur Williamsot Owonsboro has returned home after being with her mother Mrs Lewis at Basin Springs for several days Mrs R B McGlothlan Mrs L B Moreman Mist Willa Drury and Louis Bennett Moorman spent Satur day Iin Louisville Are you going to paint anything If KO go to Jolly Gardner before buying They will sell you lead and oil or tho celebrated Poreless mix ed paint at surprisingly lew prices OBITUARY VcrdSe Ellen Pate daughter of W Hand Mattie Pate was born near Cus ter Breckeuridge county Ky March 20 ISO1 and died March 14 1005 at her home in Blair Neb Though her sorrowing parents and many lying friends mourn tier less heaven has gained one more shinning jewel Though death has removed our darling And sho rests beneath the sod Our hearts are full of sorrow Yet we have a hope in God We knew that the bible teaches Of a resurrection morn when The saints of God now sleeping Of the spirit shall be born And when the dead aro rising In that grand and awful day We know our little dirhng Shall leave her bea of ClAY LotI to our heavenly father We leave the great unseen An1 trusting in his promise We hope to meet again We hope to meet our darling In that bright and happy day In the kingdom of Our Savior When death has passed away Mrs Sue Newell Latest styles in Clothing Shoes Hats Shirts Ladies dress goods and everthing pertaining to i general store on hands at Jolly Gardner and at prices that will induce you to buy Miss Ermine Man ford left Monday for Louisville where she will visit the Misses Tydincs for a week Sho will join a party going to the Southern Baptst Convention which meets in Kansas City May 7 Jolly Gardner Co have just re ceived a car load of buggies surries and spring wagons all styles They are of the celebrated Ames make and fn fly wai routed bought fur cash and sold on small margin No Fake work in them Money saved is money made Give them a c ll and you will ue convinced Also a full line of double or single harness prices styles and quality unsurpassed None Better Than Stanley It is conceded that there is not a man in the State hatter equipped to address tobacco growers than is Con gressman AU Stanley who will speak at Hnrdinsburg next Monday Con gressman Stanley is in touch with the tobacco situation and in sympathy with the farmers in their movement to get better prices and is a fine speaKer No doubt a huge crowd will hear him at Haniinsburg Free Trip to Louisville The Retail Merchants association of Louisville will refund in cash the cost of round trip excursion tickets to out oftown customers during the entire period otLonisville Jockey Club May Races May 10th to 20th inclusive For particulars address- J V Beckmann Manager Retail Merchants Association Urban Bldg Louisville Ky Bingham to be at Glendeane Ralph Bingham the wellknown lecturer humorist etc will give one of his inimitable entertainments at Glendeaue on Monday May 15 for the benefit of the Baptist Ladles Aid ot Ulendeane Married at Hawesville John Flake of near Hawesville and Miss Cora Nation of this place wore married last Wednesday evening at 880 oclock by Rev E R Bennett at Hawesville Gen Fitzhugh Lee Dead Gen Fitzhugt Leo a nephew of Robert E Leea veteran of two wars and one of Virginias foremost sons died Friday at Washington of apoplexy ROYAL Baking Powder MeJkes Cleo1 Bread With Royal Baking Powder there is no mixing with the hands no sweat of the brow Perfect cleanliness greatest facilitysweet clean healthful food Full instructions in the cr Royal Baker and Pastry Cook book for making all kinds of bread biscuit andcake with Royal Baking Powder Gratis to anyaddress ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO 100 WILLIAM ST NEW YORK Federal Court Convenes In federal court for the Western district of Kentucky which convened at Owensboro Monday morning Sam Brown and James Ray two negroes of this city were given thirty days and S1o0 each for selling liquor here without the government license William M Matthews of West View and Clayton Beard oi Hurdiusburg are serving on the grand jury at this term of court Successful Convention Harcliusburg Ky May 2Splcial The district Sundayschool convention was held at Ephesus ou Saturday It was a decided success and WitS the largest convention ever held in the Hardinsburg district Wesley Smith of West View is the faithful president of the organiza ticri Appoints District Supervisors Hardiusburg Ky May 2Special Road Supervisor Ves Smith has appointed the following District Road Supervisors Cloverport district George N Harris Union Star district John M Rollins Bewleyville district James St Clair Hudsonville district Minor Gregory McDaniels district Eli Storms No appointment will be made for the Hardiusburg district Meets Again Next Monday Hardiusburg Ky May 2Special The Republican County Committee met here at the Ahl Hotel Monday transacted some business an l adjourned to meet at 10 oclock Monday morning May 8- Mrs S P Conrad gave a birthday party Wednesday for little Miss Julia Hills w- s1OOTO Owensboro AND RETURN FROM BrandenburgWest Irvington Cloverport FIRST WEEKEND EXCURSION TO OWENSBOROVIA The Henderson Route Saturday May 13 1905 Special Train Leaves WEST POINT 600 A M BRANDENBURG 633 A M IRVINGTON 655 A M CLOVERPORT 746 A M RETURNING LEAVES OWENSBORO AT 702 P M Plonty of conches No crowding For information nsk tho Agent s rN t rt The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY May 3 10W i Active SundaySchool Worker R 0 Penick Mr Penick is secretary of the Hud BOnville Sundayschool district and an native aandayachool worker He will make a talK onliThe Superintendents Part in How to Have a good Sun day echoolat the county convention which meets at Irvington May 4 Bilious Bill was getting bloated And his tongue was mucnly coated Patent tonic wouldnt cure him CcinrnnUs would not insure him All his friends were badly trighten ed- But their spirits soon wire lightened EARLY RISER pills relieved him The famous Little Pills EARLY RISERS cure Constipation Sick Headache Biliousness etc by their effect on the liver Tney never gripe or sicken but iirpart ealy rising energy Good fur children or adults Sold by All Druggists Bill Steretts Latest The Hon William Sterett of Texas was narrtiug the glories of his common wealth to friends In the Hoffman House He told of the two towns on opposite banks of the Rio Grande ono in Texas and the other in Mexico If you have a silver dollar there said Colonel Sterott yon are fixed for drinks without number If the dollar is one of Uncle Sams you buy a drink in Texas hand out your dollar and receive a Mexican dollar in change Then you walk across the bridge buy a drink in Mexico hand out the Mexican dollar and receive a United States dollar in change each coin being at a discount of ten cents when it is away from home And how long could you keep it apt Iinquired a bystander Until you could no longer walk across tne bridro replied Colonel Sterett Strictly Genuine Most of the patent medicine testi monials ate probably genuine The following notice recently appearedin the Atchison Kan Globe Jce Tack a well known tngineer running on the Missouri Pacific between Wichita and Kiowa lately appeared in a big one with a picture and when he was in this office today we asked him about it He says ho had terrific pains iu his ttomach and thought he had ft cancer His druggist recommended Kodol and he says it cured him He lectnlUtnded it to others who were also cured Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat and cures all stomach troubles Just as surely an the sun tihines your stomach can bo brought back to its originally pure condition and life sweetened by this lasting and truly the greatest digestant known Sold by all Drug gifite BoehmSwaggot Wedding Miss blUe Swagyot of Cloverporr and Mr Charles LBoehmof this city were quietly married yesterday after noon at the residence of Mr Walter Kern on St Ann street at 230 oclock Rev N D Nowlin perform ing the ceremony Tte couple left on the afternoon train for Loui v11ll here they will spend several days before returning here They will reside in this city The bride is very popular in this city having been the guest oi Mrs Kern for about three months and has made ninny friends while in the city Mr Uoeliiu in employed at the Ames carriage works and has many friends Thursdays Owonsboro Messenger Hot Weather Piles Persons afflicted with Piles should be careful at this season of the year Hot weather and bUll drinKing water con tribute to the conditions which make Piles more painful and dangerous DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve stops the pain draws out the soreness and carts Got the genuine bearing tho name of E C DeWitt and Co RedmanJarboeCl- eveland C Redman of Paytesville Meade county and Miss Jennie Jarboe of Mooleyville this county will be married at Flint Island church today h wAa 1 Was Very Pretty Wedding The Owenaboro Messenger described the wedding of Miss Myrna Jewell Hardin and Mr Oscar Myers Hinton which took place in that city last Wednesday evening as one of the prettiest of tho spring season The bride is the daughter of W H Hardin for merly of Lodtbnrg but now of Owens boro and a niece ot the Hon Geo Jolly ot Owensboro Time Tried and Merit Proven One Minute Cough Cure is right on time when it coinesto curing Coughs Croup Whooping Congh to It is per fectly harmless pleasant to tako and is the childrens favorite Cough Syrup Pleased With Location William A Tiniue who recently went to Seattle Wash with his family to residehas written to friends hero that he is very well pleased with his new location He statts that he finds the cost of living there practically no higher than here and that ho has no desire at all to return to Brecken ridge county Mr McAfee Promoted Edward McAfee former foreman of a bridge crew on the Henderson Routes has been promoted to the posi tion of supervisor of bridges Mr McAfee succeeds Jule Brashear ot West Point who is overseeing the construction of the bridge work on the extension of tho Henderson Routo trom West Point to Louisville It will be necessary it is understood to build about twenty bridges on the exten sion Cloverport Tar Springs The name of the famous health rr HOrt near this city known for the past year as tho KainTnckEe Tar Springs has been changed to tho Cluverport Tar Springs by W T HallSday the new proprietor Cleared for Action When the body is cleared for action by Dr Kings New Life Pills you can tell it by the bloom of health on the cheerfs the brightness of the oyes i the firmness of the flesh and muscles the buoyancy of the mind Try them At Short Haynes drug store 25 cents I Ideal 1 Buggiesand Harness limkcWIdeal onIbMay 13th On this day the Hen derson Route will give an excur sion to Owensboro the greatest buggy town in the West at which time wo are going to make a- Special price on Ideal Buggies and Harness We will on that day in addition to the special price Pay Every Purchasers Railroad Fare to Owonsboro and Back Home where they buy of us a buggy or set of harness Owensboro on that day will turn tho city over to you and make you have a good time so come and enjoy yourself and while hero give us an opportunity to show you the biggest line of buggies and harness you ever lookedat Yours for more business FheTJTurleyCoInc Davis st also Frederica Street Owensboro Ky nm Old Fashioned Barbecue and Picnic At HARDINSBURG in the beautiful grove on Clover port and Hardinsburg turnpike near the tollgate Tuesday July 4 05 It is not too early now to begin to hear 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 1BUBe1 I Props rPate Mattingly J Down in Hancock County Clarion Mr Jerry Bark of Victoria was in town Monday and left at this office a petrified Irish potato He says he has been raising Irish potatoes on tho same spot of ground seventeen years and these petrified potatoes can be found in considerable numbers The eyes are plainly shown in the stone potatoFor the first time in about four years the bell of the flnweavillo Baptist church was heard on Sunday morning Daring tIm occupancy of the element known as the Deschamps Baptists the boll remained silent that minister holding that the noise was unnecessary nnd such customs being obsolete in other placesso it was at all times silent After sUit was waged through the courts and the other side or Close communion Baptists gained the day the old costum has been restored and by this signal it was Known that they were on last Sunday occupying tne building for the first tune There was no preaching but sun av school was held The family medicine in thousands of homes for 52 yearsDr Thachers Liver and Blood Syrup trrkrrrrrlrrtrrrKPirrrAirrr i If its Something S i UptoDate You Are 8 Wanting in itf r I Millinery Goods j rtt It will pay you to call and jj- v inspect my stock The styles tnre not only the very latest s t but the prices are the prices i Jt that please 1 also carry a s J line 1line o- fLadies 3 Skirts s- j t My line of goods this sear son is the nicest 1 ever had g and I am now ready for cus j totners xs Mrs P McCoy fi S Irvington Ky 3 AAA A AAAAA Ailil Arl A A Ait Aitil b illl lll f Weve Hired a Uncle Aj Sam lft I A VA AsouragenttoSHOWandSELLourgDods him with ulls better than a Govern- mentas nond This Is a special offering I iofmens i andias 15SurThey are black Thibet for dress wearaud fancy Casslmeres and j Worsteds in light medium and dark pattenll for busfness wear They tt are GUARANTEED ALL VOOL and made in thoroughly uptodate styles I What we ask you to do is to write i and ask for samples and measure blanks saying you saw THIS ad la TIIISpaper Ours is the largest and oldest house in our We OWN buIidIn and have done business on the SAME SPO1 loroverFORTY YEARS We sell CLOTHING HATS and FURNISII INGS for men and boys SHOES for every body We PAY EXPRESS on 5 worth and send all goods SUBJECT TO APPROVAI r Style boo for all lines free on request Let us hear from you LEVYSThird LOUISVILLE Subscribe for the NEWS I I 4 WE ARE UNLOADING LUMBER DAILY At our several yards and are prepared to supply your wants with choice W NEW stock at prices that we are sure will please you jj- A Suppose you Rive us a chance to figure on your next requirements In the y 1 fJi lumber linefJ JP Will Co LUMBERMEN LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY I fIi I oi 14 1 U rr U UU Ij L m I rry a3i 1f 1 SPORTINGrA red sorrel stallion foaled in 1900 with small star anda little white on inside of lofthind ankle This is a grand stallion of reatIiIi style good bone and beautiful col jr lie is 16J hands hill and well proportioned and weighs 1300 pounds He has the very hest of I feet and legs and is as well bredII 2as any saddle stallion in Amernor combines many of the characteristics of both the Morgan and Denmark Kentucky He is by My Owns BoyJrwho is by My 0vns Boy and hisfmnilipsIiIiiilIe Slaughter 3s9 V S II R Vol 1 Mv Owns Boy is by the grandly i No 152 1 who was by Artist 05 and out of Lady Graves 57 who Rose 106 Artist was by the renowned Kino William C7 who was by Washii iiMont Denmark Gi King William sired Black Eagle 7t who sired Black Squirrelii i is famous as a sire of style and good qualities throughout Kentucky and 4many other states- SPORTING BOYS dam is by the renowned model and show stallion Endor 27- who had more premiums to his credit than any stallion in his darnnd had for his sire King Denmark and dam bY Bolivor th Sporting Boy s dam was by Warren Chief he by Ctbols Lourgton who was ono of the most noted sires and i show stallions Kentucky ever had Cabolls Leingtons dam was by old Tom Hal t + + the founder of the pacing horse family in Kentucky and Tennessee His second T dam way by Old opperhottom who was one of the founders of the saddle horses 1 I in Kentucky and Tennessee SPORTING BOY not only possesses the blood lines but has all the qualities in action and beauty He is a saddle horse from a walk toII all gaits and in a trot he is a trotter and in a rack he is a wonder Ho is absolutely i sound and has proven a sure breeder il ZZ BLACK WARRIOR JOHN r Known as the Miller Jack one of the best breeders and ono of the finest Jacks in Kentucky 15t hands high weighs 1000 pounds and is a sure foal getter A premium of 1250 will bo given to the best colt of Sporting Boy 10 to the best colt of Black Warrior Johnor Z Will give 100 for premium colt from Sporting Boy Will give 75 for premium colt from Black Warrior John I Sporting Boy will make the season at 1250 to insure a living colt Black warrior John will make tho season at 10 to insure a living colt Money duo when mare is traded or parted with The above mentioned horse and jack will be handled by Wm Beauchamp at Hardinsburg Ky at the Poor House farm Beauchmp Beard i 4 Hardinsburg Kyt 5 f y III S GreatICI 1 Which began April 22 and is now in progress is proving suc cessful beyond all expectation in our four department stores againIIThe rush was so great at first that we were not able to wait on all but our force of salesmen is now larger and we invite them to call as we can attend to all The bargains we offer now in f LClothing Dry Goods Notions Mens and Ladies Furnishings Shoes Hats Caps Etc and all such goods kept in a large general store are of an unusual occurrence All our goods are firstclass and from this and last season No trashy shelfworn stock in our house I Ior One lot of mens suits as long as they last tit 290All other mens and boys suits at and below cost 1 IIJ J IIBoysknee pants as long as they last at 1 lOc C 7 All other pants at and below cost 4IPackage J are cut low on every article that competition out of the question As sale is a positive CLOSING OUT we can not duplicate or reorder anything No goods will be charged in this sale only or PRODUCE will buy them To wishing to the stock and fixtures or part of stock we special inducements 1 LI W J SCIIOPP Stephensport Kentucky j The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY May 3 1005 I IArtin jI What with the new impetus just given to the Metropolitan Museum in New York the activity of museums and academies the country the noble endowment of the American Academy in Rome the improvement of I augmentingIcan architects artists and musiciansf America is destined soon to take a still more important placa among the artproducing nations of the world One of the necessary steps in this is the removal of the tariff on art works and the men of light and leading in our should j see that at the first opportunity this deleterious and idiotic tax is swept nwnrFrom an editorial in the May Century Staying In The Harness All this talk about stepping out and giving the young men a chance is supremest folly writes Prcf James H Canfield of Columbia University in The Cosmopolitan for May in an article The of Staying in Harness in which he takes issue inferentially with Prof William Osler in regard to the value or laws of value of men at certain ages Professor CanfieM holds that we shout11 stay in harness till the very end of the drive Photographs of notable living Americans well past the chloroform age yet still active in commerce law politics and finance give illustrative emphasis to the point which the author seeks to make A long Walk Is often followed by Sore Tired Ach ing Burning Feet Paracamph re lieves Sore Feet quicker than any other known rernedvlt draws out the fever and inflammation It cools it soothes it cures + dd d + 1dh ddd 1d d3FiF dd d d + H5 H5Juliaoi H Brownss l1 FEED STORE FEED STABLE 1 1 i 1 1 Is open to the public and ready for business Weight and price guaranteed on all stock iA full line of shipstuff bran and mixed feed also hay corn and oatssI IIAll Furnished At Lowest Cash Price- Y iiWhen iyou come to town drive into my stable have your horse fed and cared for Haa l And if you want a good buggy or S buy it from me and save Respectfully S 51 r JULIAN H BROWN x CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY +++++++++ f+++++++++ ++TT+ f+TT+T+++T+++ + r s5L2 id W Boys and childrens hats while they lust FROM lOc UP Calicoes in great variety of patterns us long as they last at H Stock Food 25c for lOc so is SALE CASH buy offer America tnroughout direction government Philosophy AND wagon money The Old Subsciiber We sometimes wonder if newspaper men generally appreciate the old sub scriber at his trade value We mean the standby who takes the paper year after year through evil as well as through gnod report and pays his subscription regularly just the same as he would pay any other honest debt says the Iowa Recorder As a general thing the old subscriber is patient and slow to wrath He will overlook many little slights from the editor slights which the man wno borrows his reading would not stand for a minute It one of his calves gets its leg bWKe and the fact isnt mentioned in the next issue he doesnt seem to feel tho slight In the least or if a half dozen of his hens die with the cholera morbus and the editor doesnt set out a two dollar ad to maKe room to hernia the new to a waiting world he just worries right along as though ho had not been mistreated at all fie is always jolly nuver fails to ask hows tricks when he comes Into office and drops a word of praise for the paper upon taking his departure God bless the old subscriber We love him and if we sometimes slight him in order to give space to some sap head who Isnt worthy to buckle his shoes Iit is because he is so broad minded and charitable that he will never mind it One of tho greatest blessings a mod est man can wish foals a good reliable set of bowels If you are not tho happy possessor of such an outfit you can greatly improve the efficiency of those you nave by judicious use of Cham berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are pleasant to take and agree able in effect For sale by Short headache results from a dis ordered stomach and is quickly cured by Cnnmberl ins Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by Short Haynes v HughesRamsey Mr and MrsJC Ramsey of Lilacs announce the marriage of their daughter Blanche Lee to Mr Ernest Hughes May 10 at the brides home A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILEII ProtrudingPliesOINTMENT rails to cure any case no matter of how long standing in 0 to 14 days FIrstI yourdruggistwill be forwarded postpaid by Paris ModiIcine Co St Louis Mo tW J Radiums Wonderful Effect A Chicago dispatch says The improvement in tho condition of Presi dent William R Harper ot Chicago University is described by physicians as almost unheard of Radium com bined with X ray treatment is said to have accomplished wonders The can cerous area in Dr Harpers abdomen has been reduced onethird and is now free from contact with tne intestinal wallSince the operation by Dr Me Burneyof New York two months ago fluorescent treatment has been used on Dr Harper and the radiation set up inside the body in connection with tho rays from the radium in the pocket almost immediately over the cancerous growth have accomplished more than has before been done in a similar case it is declared The treatment does not interfere with Dr Harpers worn Since be returned from the East he has spent nine hours a day at his desk A Good Suggestion MrC B Wainwright of Lemon City Fla has written the manufacturers that much butter results are obtained from the use of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy In oases of pains in the stomach colic and cholera morbus by taking it in water as hot as can be drank That when taken in this way the effect is double in rapidity It seems to get at the right spot instantly For sale by Short Haynes Prof Fox Lectures Here Prol E A Fox State Secretary of Sundayschools gave an Interesting and instructive lecture on tne Holy Land in the Sundaj school room at tho Methodist church last Friday even ing The proceeds are for the benefit of tho State Sundayschool work Good Advice Is to tell your neighbors to use Para camph for Cold in the Head or Chest It relieves Colds Catarrh and Sore Throat quicker than any other known remedy because it opens the pores Induces perspiration and removes con gestion It drives away tnat stopped up feeling and draws out nil fever and inflammation Try it It wont take a minute and it will relieve you in less timer i h n i L Hoosier cotton as long as it lasts at 4eA11 dress goods will be offered at sacrificing prices 300 yards of fancy skirt and waist silk fully worth 100 a yardnow at 333 1 c Prices down this parties HaynesSick Assistant in Postoffice James Chnpin has a position as as sistant in the postoffice Ho assumed his duties last week Chamberlains Cough Remedy the Very Best II I have been using Chamberlains Cough Remedy and want to say it is the best cough medicine I nave ever taken says Geo L Chubb a mer chant of Harlan Mich There is no question about its being the best as it will cure a cough or cold in less time than any other treatment It should always be kept in the house ready for instant use for a cold can bo cured in much less time when promptly treated For sale bv Short and Haynes Nick Holsten Gets Seven Years Brandenburg Ky April 27After being out twentytwc hours and a half a jnry at Brandenburg late yester day afternoDn gave Nick Holsten seven years in the penitentiary tor the murder ot Ben Case in the Methodist church at Urahamton Meade county Holsten and Case met at the church door and engaged in some wordsAccording to the proof ot the defense Case threatened to kill Holsten and then went on in church As the men separated Holsten said Ill see you later He went immediately and securing a pistol returned to the chnrnn and walked up to where Case was sitting Ive got you now he exclaimed and shot him down This is the second murder case tried in Meade county dunng recent years and created much excitement When the jury first retir ed a majority were for hanging Hols ten Attorney Harry W Robinson of Louisville conducted tho defense He was asststend by Walter Tray of Brandenburg Qirtrirrrtri+ t rvrrrrrrrdirtrrtrr rrr rrrrt rrrrYYrt r rrr aerr A t= Livery Feed and Sale Stable 0- t A byiI iii II r E kfacilitiesi t not excelled by any stable in the county Wo want the Y t I It1l1de of the trjiveling public AVo are hero for that pur t I Teams und horses ready at all hours t 1 Iseo us i C111JlI1d r6II Wo also keep a full supply of food for man or boast 1- A Flour Meal Corn Hay Bran and Shipstuff of our own make fc Wu dont put out any bad Hour Wo know the business of milting J= tliorouKUy and wu study to please our trade i 11 tFertilizers and Farm Implements- We I keep a supply of the best brand of fertilizers and everything zjin the line of farm implements at the lowest cash price In fact we prepared to furnish anything you want in the way of an imple jment used on the farm t= Lything hay press strongest and most durable and ranid press iAt Drills Will close these out at 1300 with fertilizer attachment end ti 1050 without fertilizer attachment S B C DIECKMANS SONS Merchant Millers and Grain Dealers tV STEPHENSPORT KY JJ- fcWttMWitfcttlfcWlMWrtV AAft AkAilil A 11ASIllkilAtitA AA7f AAkd 4 r L vii r Tyl r I t6ii wt1r 4 t 1 vI THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D and V G BABBAGE Editors and Proprietors Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 n year or 125 if paid at the end of year 1 CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per lino- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money in t advancer Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct please notify us When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as the new addr- essEIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY MAY 3 1905 Jerusalem is brought aighty near I home to you in Prof Foxs lecture and stereopticon views Public ownership ot all public util ities is now the slogan of leading Dem ocratlo politicians President Bigelow and Mrs Chad wick should pool their earnings Would this be a case of embarrassing financial alliances Mr Schawb has just landed a big contract with Russia for several 16 000 ton war vessels The steel trust seems to be keeping up its usual gait at making plenty of steel and money A man who has shown honesty thrift temperance industry and econ omy in his private life and business is well qualified to attend to the busi ness of the public These should be the qualities required of a public servant rather than party fealty and servi tude A prominent shipper remarked the other day that the Henderson Route is one of the most liberal roads in the country both in its rates and in its policy It is a fact that the officials of this road nevtr miss an oppor tunity to say a good word or do a kind act for any and all its patrons The very best service a postmaster can give to his party is to conduct his postoflice in a proper manner says Postmaster General Cortelyou And this is true It applies to the little postoffice as well as to the big one A postmaster has no business fooling with politics His place is in his office and he should stay there The Department of Agriculture is anxous to impress on the farmer the value of sheep as a farm product and advises him to raise sheep that will furnish a good fleece and at the sam e time be good mutton sheep The De partment believes in mutton chops and is not averse to lamb witn mint sauce It advises the consumer tooat more mutton because it is nourish ing and palatable The Department of Agriculture is a great friend to tho tanner and gives him good whole some profitable advice Farmers should study this department more A man with wooden legs is never bothered with cold feet This country leads the world in the consumption of coffee Jim Fisher is selling pure milk It isnt every milkman that can say this All Cloverporters arc happy They are to have plenty of ice and coldair this summer BigelowTIIKKK was one thing about Gen Fitzhugh Lee he was n thor oughly reconstructed Confederate IT is said of Adam that he was a big landowner but that he couldneither sell nor mortgage his real estate WE see wherein Solomon was wise when he made it convenient to be away from home housecleaning time Tug strawberry crop is good so is tho peach crop the apple crop the wheat crop and all other crops in Breckenridge county Persuasiveness enthusiasm unremitting activity give some men power to make other men see things as they see them hence their control TIn first gasoline locomotive made its trip from Omaha to Port land Oregon It covered the distance at the rate of 40 miles an hour Is steam locomotion doomed r- TIIK best physical culture a man can take is to get out about 5 oclock in the morning and put in an hour or two in his garden I willsurely give him an appetite n CHIEF Engineer Wallace of the Panama Canal Commission says that 8000 men are now employed on the work about 10 per cent of whom are highclass workmen from the United States If a young man is going to see his sweetheart hears a clog howl three times sees the moon over his left shoulder and walks under a ladder he need not hesitate to pop the question r Du OSIEU says he was not reported correctly He didi not say that all men of sixty and upwards should be chloroformed but pen sioned Now thats bettOlre heartily second his motion You put a 5000 politician in a 25000 railroad job and youll ditcheswillCHAHLIE BOIILKU of this town has the contract for grading on the extension from West Point to Louisville now being built by the Hen erson Route He has a large force of men and teams at work and they are nearly all from this town WE dont believe in government monopoly any more than we do in private monopoly They arc both bad for this country Of the two evils we believe the government monopoly the greater evil What we want in this country is not government monopoly but government regulation Dont listen to the man who seeks to inflame you against your j fellow citizen because ho differs from you politically or because he hasnt always voted the straight ticket either the Democratic or Republican A man can bo a square man a just man andn law abiding cItizen and vote as he pleases THE Epworth League is doing excellent work for this community It is not only developing deeds of charity but it is developing I character and talents in the young men and young women along lines that are helpful to themselves and to the church They are doing a goodwork and should have the help and cooperation of all good citi zens whether they are in the church or out IP you are in doubt about the valuo of advertising please consult YoJ Schopp Stephensport What advertising is doing for him it will do for you if you have the goods and the nerve to put up the money People want to know about things They want to know the price the kind and where it is It dont matter if it is in Stephens port and the price suits them they go after it Mr Schopp is attracting great crowds to his store every day It costs him some money to do it but he says it pays Tim Republican Committee failed to do anything at their meet ing last Monday They have called another meeting for next Mon day Heres a bit of advice Put out a ticket Put men on it who will pledge themselves not to use whisky nor a dollar in the cam paign to influence votes Let them say to the Democratic candidates i Use all the whisky and all tho money they can get but for us we draw the line on the use ofmoney or whisky A ticket put out on this platform will win hands down The voters of Brcckenridge county are getting above the jug in a campaign and above the buying of votes by any party Away out west in the Old Blue School house on Vest Divide Creek in the mountains of Colorado President Roosevelt and party attended church last Sunday The little district school building was not big enough to accommodate half the congregation so the organ was moved out the choir sang and the pastor preached It was a great service and the President enjoyed it After the sermon the President spoke for ten minutes then there was a general handshak ing Every man woman and child took the President by the hand Was there ever n President who got nearer the hearts of the people than this man 1 THE latest statistical report estimated the population on April 1 to bo 82910000 an increase of 6607000 According to this esti mate it is believed that before the next census is taken in 1910 our population will be 90000000 Every addition to our population adds so much to the consumptive demand upon our productive industries If it be estimated that the average amount needed by every person to maintain life is 200 then the increase of 1320000 in the population every year means an increase in the consumptive demand of 264000000 When we take into consideration this fact and the demand it makes on our industries and more especially the demand for farm products it will be seen at a glance that there will be no let- Up to our prosperity u TALK about your blucgrass farmsright here in Brcckenridge county we have em just as good and just as pretty The time was when we couldnt say this But a new day a new idea and a new way has been inaugurated in Breckenridgo county and among Breck enridge county farmers Especially does this prevail among the young er set Driving along the turnpike the other day we noticed a very decided improvement in the appearance and in the methods used by the farmers The old rail fence has been relegated to the past and in its place are uptodate wire and paling fences Old broomsage fields have been turned into meadows and into bluegrass The old log cabin is no more but in its place is the twostory frame dwelling with modern barns and outbuildings Quite a contrast now compared with twenty years ago when Roland Smith used to drive us along this same route through mud and slush up to tho axle with a walking ticket up every hill They were good old times and good old ways but we are glad to get away from them THIS REMEDY Is euro to GIV- ESatisfaction Elys Cream Balm Gg Relief at Once It cleanses soothes and heals tho dis eased membrane It anddrlIn the Head quickly It is absorbed Heals thoSensesI1tdrumallELYIIIttliiK the JiulKC nottyou were violating the Inw Ah but my dear sir Ignorance of the law is no excuse to any jnnn Prisoner Thais rather rough on both of us aint it your honor ClerkOrder in the court At the Sewing Circle Men and women are the hooks and eyes of society remarked Miss Smith And they are constantly becoming unfastened1 naively put in the divor cee Cincinnati Commercial Tribune FOR Texas hones almost grown god good early yield month round 1500 Texas Cairo above about FROM 1IKHE pure pure Just long win Eureka sale day year LOUIS Sells Interest in Paper Prof BMaplo formerly ot this has sold nis interest in the Selby Sentinel Bhelbyville to Attorney 0 U Barrickman that city Prol junior editor the Sentinel rEIISOUTHWEST A GRAND COUNTRY HOME SEEKERS AND INVESTORS EXCURSION RATES TWICE A MONTH I Arkansas Louisiana and offer the greatest inducements for persons de siring to OWn their Cheap land producing anything that can be anywhere mild climate schools water healthful surroundings and a growing advantagesUnexcelled and vegetables for markets Lax d that can be bought for 5 to lo acre can be made to 100 to 200 per acre in orchard and truck farm First and third Tuesdays of each we will soil houieseekers tickets from Memphis and Cairo at one fare tripApril low trip ratesless than one way fare and less from Memphis and Cairo to points Low rates proportion from points east of Memphis and Literature descriptive of coun try and information rates will tIe requestLOSCHAEFERTPA Cotton Belt Route Cincinnati O TO Til RUE theres air water AAndsunshine on the hill tho place for a rest after the Its the HouseteC ent Hotel ArkonOPERATED BY TilE FRISCO SYSTEM tickets to ai- n HillRoundtrip every the AskA HILTON G P A ST MOi W city at of Maple was of own per in in l 1 Friday and Saturday Special Sale J Wo will offer on Friday and Saturday of this week some special bargains in womens shoes also a special lot of mens spring pants at a reducedII price Call and examine these goods and prices Babbage Son tt r ilAlASlititlt7lililit7fAAkiCAitStASSnrrrrrrrrrrrr = ICE SCREAM l and Ice CreeanAre two different words if you will scream with delight when you taste the delicious ice cream and lemonade to be served by the HARDINSBURG MILITARY BAND MONDAY MAY 8 7 1905 IN THE COURT HOUSE YARD tt1 a Music free Come early and avoid tho rush Bring your sweetheart your wife your children Dont forget the date r- errrrrrrrrrr HAVE YOU READ OUR ADVERTISEMENT IF NOT DO SO AT ONCF IT WILL BE TO YOUR PROFIT BELOW YOU WILL FIND A FEW THINGS ABOUT US WHICH WE KNOW WILL INTEREST YOU OUR STORE Wo started out to make our store a public necessity as well as a benefit and our whole endeavor in the future shall be given to this same end by thinking first nndfialways of our customers gain and not of our own OUR POLICY clIWo decided when we embarked in the business to buildup a reputation for honesty and square dealing with our customers and we shall always stick closely to this our policy because we are sure that itl is the one that pays in the end OUR STOCK Wo carry a stock unequaled in price and in quality and wo know that our customers appreciate the merits of our goodsr carry everything the trade calls for but if there is anything in our line you want which we havejj not got kindly tell us about it and it wont take us long to get it OUR PRICES Wo believe in being economical and adhere to the principlesForthe class of goods we carry and we guarantee that when you purchase a dollars worth of goods from us you will get 100 cents worth in return OUR EXPERIENCEII Wo do not profess to know it all but we do maintain fthat wo have been in the business long enough to know what how and when to buy and also how much to buy each time A customer therefore who trades withus reaps the benefit of this our experience by getting the best class of the goods they want at the lowest prices OUR SUCCESS- We have succeeded beyond our expectations and why Not because we had in mind our own success when we have done anything but becauo wo have worked to please and to satisfy our customers Give and it shall be given unto you says the good book and in working up our trade we have always found this thoIright thing to do every time OUR HOPES Wo aim to give a better and a more efficient service to our patrons during the coming year and we hope in this way not only to satisfy in a greater degree our pros ent clientage but that these by praising our store and our service will gain us many more customers j Do not lay away the paper until you have read our adver tisement You will find a lot of bargains from week to weekTT t 1 i at At 1 f moneyRemember H MEYER j j Big Spring Kentucky 7 a 111N To Cure a Cold in One Day In Cures Two Crip Days t Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets A r on every Seven Million boxes sold In past 12 months This Signature W ZlaYtI bOX 25C A y IL So Tired1jt may be from overwork but chances are its from an In I IIt LIVER l lWith a well conducted LIVER j one can do mountains of labor I Without fatigue It adds a hundred per cent to I ones earning capacity- It can be kept In healthful action by and only b- yTutts Pills TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE I tlThe Breckenridge News tI tl WEDNESDAY May 3 1005 F At f Wall paper Babba e Son iHardinsburgiiiFatberb C Brey was in Louisville r Thursday JjForbargains call at OConnell i Cos store- DW M Duncan of Brandenourgwas W here Thnrsay Irish potatoes GO cents a bushel fo OConnell Co John Allen Murray was in LOUIS I vine last Wednesday 1 Y Drop in at the English Kitchen and j try one of their lunches Mrs Chas Hall was visiting in 11Louisville part of last week JC Bring your produce to OConnell Co and get beat market price Call at OConnell Cos store and if see their t5 and 10 cent counter Miss Grace Jolly of Cincinnati was the guest of Miss Lula Owen Sunday jit = Lunch Yes you can get one at the English Kitchen Its a good onetoo Mrs A R Fisher entertained the r f Ladies Reading Club Thursday afternoon i8 Mrs Ueo Bentley of Bawesville 1 was visiting here the first of the l week Judge Mercer Henry DeH Moor man and Gus Brown ot Hardinsburg1 f wore here Monday r Mrs T B squires of Owensboro t spent Sunday here with her sister Mrs F W Basham r The English Kitchen is open day and night ana will serve you a hot or- s cold lunch at any hour Y Miss Emily Simmonsof Owensboro was the guest of Miss Margaret Skill 11man Sunday and Monday Mrs J W Tatum went to Hender 4 son Thursday to visit her parents Mr and Mrs Robt Burn tifi Rev J P Jenkins of Luisville fwas the guest of Mr and Mrs H L Stader the first of the week fr Alfred Hennen of Cincinnati was t here Thursday on business for tne fL Cincinnati Cooperate company a Mrs F T Heyaer is expected home r next week from DeLand Fla where I iI she has baen visiting for several tI5 f r monthsMrs Chas K Minary and little son William were in Louisville last t week the guests of Mr and Mrs T J J Minary j John if you are up about the depot today be sure to stop in at Prestons and get a bag of those delicious fresh roasted peanuts and two loaves of WhiletI f ren some candy Why the children PrestonsvI 1t to last li lt yNTt cents Eight cents a pound is iif what a young woman paid for twelve pounds of flesh v She was thin andweak andI ij paid one dollar for a bottle of Scotts Emulsion and by tak ing regular doses had gained I twelve pounds in weight before the bottle was fimshedIr5 Eight cents a pound is J icheap for such valuable mat its terial Some pay more some 4 jlss some get nothing forJJ their money You get your moneys worth when you buy IScotts Emulsion t Ve will send YOU a little Ifreely I 4SCOTT BOWNE CHEMISTS 409j Pearl Street New YorkII ti y- 4soci t and fcioo all druggists t 1- n Gasoline Uabbago Son Allen Pierce was in Louisville Saty nratty J T Conner was down from Home Ind last Wednesday Lw David Phelps was at Tell City several days last weeK Mrs W C Hendrv of Raymond was in the city Saturday Miss Mary Harley was here from Lewisport last weeK visiting relatives Miss Sallie Lightfoot returned Thursday to Hwesvill9 after a visit to Dr and Mrs F L Lightfoot Mr and Mrs John Wendclken of Evansvillehave been visiting Mr and Mrs H nry Wendfllken Mrs H V Duncan was the guest o Mr and Mrs D M Dnncan at Brandenburg part of last week Mrs P L King and children left Saturday for an extended visit to rela tlves at Big Spring Elizabethtown and Smiths Grove Mr and Mrs J Morrison Mr and Mrs Harry Morrison Miss EssieI Bohler and Messrs Thomas and Ed ward Morrison were in LOUIsville last week to attend the wedding of Mr Clyde G Morrison of this place and Miss Carrie May Graham of that city which took place Thursday 1 LOCAL BRIEFS m m Sell Bell a negro driver for feather renovator company which passed through town Saturday after noon was tried in police court o the charge of driving across the fro bridge faster then a walk and fined i by Judge Wills Several other wagons containing the companys out wit broke this law by driving too fast over the bridge but they got away he fore Marshal DeHaven could arrest them RevC T Drfniel of Kansas City Mo preached a farewell sermon Sunday evening for Rev B O Chris tian whose resignation as pastor of the Baptist church took effect Mon day Rev Christian has been holding protracted meetings in Florida for about two months and Rev Daniel has been tilling the pulpit for him while visiting his daughter Mrs Christian Mrs Fannie Lishen left Saturday night tor LaHarpe Ill to attend the funeral of her sisterinlaw Mrs Louis Lisben who died Saturday morning Mr and Mrs Louis Lisben resided here several years ago The funeral of Mrs Lishen was held yesterday at Warsaw Ill Local fans are interested in the tirst game of vase ball in this section this year which will be played be tween Cannelton and Tobinsport at Cannelton next Sunday it is under stood Ves Smith who was appointed road supervisor for the county by the fiscal court as provided for I by recent aot of the State Legislature was here last Thursday on business connected with his office Mr Smith will ap point Geo N Harris as supervisor in this district ThAre is no man in the county more interested in good roads than Mr Harm and Mr Smith will do well to appoint him The curfew bell now rings at 8 oclock the change in the hme having gone into effect Monday evening for tho warmer months of the year The curfew law has been in effect tour months and it has not yet been necess ary for Marshal DeHaven to make an arrest a little admonishment on his part on several occasions being all that has been required for the enforcement of the ordinance No business of importance was trans acted by the city council at its regular meeting Monday night f The condition of Mrs Emelino Wil son who is ill of liver trouble has been critical for several days Sergt Albert Adams of company D U S Cavalry left Saturday for Fort Sill Okla where he 1a station ed after a visit to relatives here W T Halliday proprietor of the Cloverport Tar Springs went to Louis ville Monday to purchase material needed for the improvement of the property The members of the Baptist ohnrca have not yet called a pastor to succeed Rev S O Christian it Abont twentytive Knights of Pythias from here will attend the district con vention at Owensboro next Friday Rev C T Daniel left Monday for Oklahoma City Okla where he ex pouts to be joined by Rev S O Christians whom ho will assist in conduct ing tent meetings ti Born April 80 to Mr and Mrs 4F C C 11 DR R P KEENE m Representing Y TAYLOR KEENE TAYLOR m IIDENTISTS OF OWENSBORO ill qqweek be In Dr Llghtfoots otllce one 1 out of each month prepared to walt on aU wishing lllgb Class DenItistry I Will be Here May 29 and June 4 hL II ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 48 Dally Fast Train leaves Cloverport 507 AM stops at West Ioit only arriv Louisville 715 A M fNo 42 Dally Mall ana Kxpress leaves Clo reruort954 A M stops ut all way stations arrives Louisville 1235 Train No 44 Dally fast mail leaves Clu verport 449 p m stops at all way stuitons atLouisvilledutlonurrivesCloverpQCitS30prtmuccommoWEST accommodationleavesvlllo 900 am oxpreleavesonlylIawelvllleE ansvlllu arrives St Louis 720 p m TraIn No 43 Mall and Express dally arrives Cloverport 729 p m Evansville 1030 p m Stops at all stations No 45 dally St Louis fast train leavesClo verport 1100 PM arrives Evansville 133 A M St LouIs 7in A IVt stops at flnnrnoirllln Owensboro and Henderson only betweenLoulsv11l0cars and reclining chair cars on trains 45 and 46 between Louisville and St Louis Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND leavesaamTrain No4 Dally except Sunday leaves Fordsville 320 p m arrives Irvlngton 50 mn onlynFordsville 030 u m Irvington 003 p m WEST BOUND Train No 3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irrlngtou 645 a m arrives Fordsvlllo 245 pmTrain No 5 Dally leaves Irvington 635 p m arrives Fordsville 923 t m Jo I FREE- rx nice 16 x 20 inch en k M largement free witheach M dozen cabinet size photos at ft ftS51 W B Oelze Photographer ft ii i Talmon Robertson twin sons Rollie Fallon is assisting T F Saw yer in his wall paper business A stage is being erected in the room of the Masonic building oconpiert by the Cloverport Young Mens Association The stage will be first utilized perhaps on May 15 when tho play Sweet Lavender will be presented by local talent for the benefit of the publIc school library MrsAL Fort and child came down from Louisville Saturday to be with Mr Fort The have rooms at the Duncan House QLENDEANE Mrs F M Powell is on the sick list Moorman Howard are getting much tobaccoRobertson Bros shipped some fine hogs this week Nolie Ashley of McQuady was visit ing his father Saturday Dunk Powell is visiting his brother J R Powell at Springfield Ill Miss Alliene Murray is visiting Miss Jennie Green at Falls of Rough Mrs Louis Ashley and little daughters are visiting her son at Askins station Mrs D C Moorman went to Falls of Rough Saturday to visit her sister Mrs Frank Peyton Louis Ashley and J M Howard are taking up their tobacco plants They are hustling farmers Lees to Address Convention W B Lees a member of the finance committee of the Daviess county Equity warehouses will address the joint convention of tobacco growers df Breckenridge and Hancock counties which meets here next Saturday Mr Leo is thoroughly conversant with the workings of the Equity warehouse plan to a full explanation of which he will devote a part of his address Epoch In Methodist Affairs A genuine epoch in Methodist church affairs was the banquet in Louisville Friday evening at which eighteen bishops of the Northen branch of the Methodist church and eight bishops of the Soutbo n branch sat down togetherafter a schism of sixty one years Card Of Thanks We wish to express our appreciation for tho kind helpfulness shown by the people during the Illness and recent death and burial of our dear husband and loving father The memory of each kindness will ever bn held dear Mrs M J Milner and family f k t WartsAdvertis- ements hInserted under this head atone cent a word per week FOR KENTSTORE ROOM FOR KENTOno hrgo store room In Ma Temple line location For rates and lIardlnsburKFOR SALEPLANTS 1 ItPlercoFOR SALEFARM FOIl SALE Farm one mile from Union andharnstock to sell A most deslrublo place Write KInKsburyu FOR HALETUITION CERTIFICATE F CStLoulsvllleForenrlugo News Cloverport Ky FOR SALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting machines machinesAlsoOasollneEnlneslIIAUTIN StreetLouisvilleBORR OW or moro fore yeart ut 3 per cent Attendtcoosire Bureau Chllllcothe Missouri DREAM KOOK There Is a cause for every yourdreamtotrunsplrepublished yournameDept 323 State street Chicago 111 DUROCSJERSEYPIGSFOR I am now offering a nice lot of boars and pills of tall farrow These are Rood pigs IInywhcroThorouJhhredmy place 8 a head In shipping order flO E P HARDAWAY Bowleyvlllo Kentucky IIENDERSON ROUTE NOTES One way second class colonist tickets to South and Southeast first and third Tuesdays each month at reduced rates Homesoekers Excursions to all points to which homeseekers rates apply One way colonists rates to California and the Northwest March 1 to May 15 and Sept 15 to Oct 31 1905 Pure Food Show and Industrial exposition Louisville Ky April 24Alay 6 1905 For this occasion rate of 2 05 Cloverport to Louisville and return ill be made on April 26 and May 3 good returning one day after date of sale Spring Races Lexington Ky M ay 39 1905 = 1 or tIns occasion rate of 015 for the round trip Cloverport to Lex ington and return will be made on May 2 and 3 good returning May 10 Also will sell on May 4 to May 0 in daysfromers excursions to south and southeast April 18- Special homeseekrs excursions to Southwest April 18 Spring Rates Louisville Ky May 1905 For the above occasionrate of 215 Cloverport to Louisville and return will be made on May 9 and 10 good returning Mav 29 Also tickets will be sold on May 10 to 27 inclusive with final return limit three days after date of sale Week End Excursion West Point to Owensboro Saturday May 13 1905 On Saturday May ia West End Ex cursion will be run from West Point to Owtnsboro and return Tram will leave Cloverport 740 a m and rp turning leave Owensboro 702 p m 100 for the round trip State Meeting Q A R Louisville Ky May 2324 For this occasion rate of 245 will be made on May 21 22 and 23 Clover port to Louisville and return good returning May 25 Ii W A Walker II- Jj DENTIST j Satisfaction guaranteed f f 1 1Patronize your home dentist W f WmFr F Latham Sanitarium Established 1898 VINE GROVE HARDIN COUNTY KY Chronic Diseases Treated Successfully CHARGES MODERATE Rational Harmless and Satisfying Methods of Treatment Mrs Kidley Berry and daughter Miss Josie and Mrs Nancy Porter were in Evansville Saturday shopping Subscribe for the NEWS MEET ME AT NOLTESu ourEStnblour claim of ul ways carrying a complete u- pS todate assortment of this class prIngorgoods Disp1icomposedI of collection exclusive itself weaves is of same are Ofsomany that it gives a lark of choice patterns timeSplease and we are confident this 6oodsline will prove no exception LAWNS ARE NOW OPEN FOR YOU TOO Come and take a look J C Nolte Bro Cloverport Ky A Mistakein usin- gcADrcKsGOLD DUST FLOUR The best of bread cakes and cookies are made from it This is no idle claim as you will find if you try it yourself CADICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR is Fast becoming the favorite among ths best bakers Use Cadicks Gold Dust 110 ur and your Rim for good bakestuffs will be well established Cndick Mi11irig CO GRANDVIEW IND m MAY PLANS BRI- NGS1rnmer Tars Remember that Vacations are Rock Island Specialties Theres Hot Springs Ark on our linea health and pleasure resort high up in the foothills of the Ozark Mountains Cool end delightful theres Colorado the goal of thousands of summer visitors theres California and Washington and Oregonthe LEWIS AND CLARK EXPOSITION At Portland Dont forget that a visit to the Fair may in clude a trip over tho entire Pacific Coast Let us help you plan your Outing this year Illustrated Booklets free Very Low Vacation Rates ALL SUMMERG- EO II LEE G P A II I McGUIRE D PA Little Rock Ark Cincinnati 0 pal Popham Bros Headquarters for Bargains Have you ever traded with us If not you are losing money Hero are a few of our prices IS Golden Crown or Gold Dust Flour 75c pet Ijatjk Meal 70c per bushel ISc per peck i Navy Beans 25 lbs for 100 f7I Northern Eating Potatoes 60 Ibs for ooc E Rose GOo Ohios 7Qc Pickles Sour 5c per dozen Al German Millet S1J50 per bu Choice Millet 120 Breakfast Bacon 14c per lb Heavy Bacon l1e per lb Corn Tomatoes Peas 3 for 25 or 90c per dozen Beans Apples Peaches 3 for 25 or 90c per dozen Remember us when in need of shoes We sell shoes that look well and wear well Shoes that are guaranteed Groves Tasteless Chill Tonichas Millionbottlesyou Pay SOcEnclose with every bottle Is a Tm Cent package of Groves Blade ILoot Liver Kb J ii r krrt I jpti r1 he 1The Breckenridge News 4 WEDNESDAY May 3 1005 RESULTS OF INTEMPERANCE f Bishop Peck Tells What It Does For S flanklnd In Numerous Ways ftr e IntemperanclUouts down youth in its vigor manhood 1n its strength and age in its weak in ness It freaks the fathers heart oe 1 reaves the doting mother extinguishes natural affection erases conjugal i loveblots out tlhalattnohment blights =1parental hopes and brings down 1 mourning age and sorrow to the U grave It produces weakness not = strength sicKuess not health death not life It makes wives widows children orphans fathers friends and all of them paupers and btggars It feeds rheumatism nurses gout wel = comes epidemics invites cholera im lr parts pestilence and embraces consump IiHon It covers the land with idleness poverty disease and crime It tills your jails supplies your atm 1 houses and demands your asylums It c engenders controversies fosters quarrels and cherishes riots It crowds your penitentarles and furnishes vie tims for ycur scaffolds It is the life blood of the gambler the element of 1 the burglar the prop of the highway man and the support ot the midnight incendiary It countenances the liar respects the thief and esteems tno blasphemer It violates obligations reverences fraud and honors injamy It defames benevolence bates love scorns virtue and slanders innocence It Incitis the father to butcher IllS helpless offspring helps the husband to massacre his helpless wife aids the child to grind the parcidal HX It burns up man and consumes woman It suborns witnesses nurses perjury defiles tho jury box and stains the judicial ermine It bribes voters cor rupts elections pollutes our insttuticns and endangers our government It de grades the ctzens debases the legis lature dishonors the statesman and disarms the patriot It brings sham not onor miery not happiness and with the malevolence of a tiend it calmly surveys its frightful desolation and unsatiated with havoc it poisons felicity kills peace ruins morals blights confidence slays reputation and blights out national honor then curses the world and laughs at its rain It does all that and more Jt murders tbe soul It is the sum of all vlllanies the father of all crimes the mother of all abominations the devils best friend and Gods worst enemy Terrific Race With Death Death was fast approch ng writes Halph F Fernandez of Tampa Fla describing his fearful race with death as a result of liver trouble and heart disease which nad robbed me ot sleep and of all interest in life I had tried many different doctors and several medicines but got no benefit until 1 began to use Electric Bitters So wonderful wits their effect that in three daya I felt line a new man and today I am cured of all my troubles Guaranteed at Short S Haynes drug store price SOc Steele Gives Himself Up FranKfort Ky April 27ZaoK Steele of hell county lately of the colony of Kentucky fugitives in Indiana charged with complicity in the Uoobel murder surrendered him self into court here this afternoon Circuit Judge Stout released him on bond of 10000 to appear when called by the Commonwealth The bond was furnished with Joseph Bosworth W H Hngei H H Steele and W IJISalyers all of Btll county as sureties Steele returned immediately to Inv dianapolis where he has been living with his family for three years past He will probably bo called to George town as a witness for the State 1n the of Caleb rowers at his approach l lfugtrial He was accompanied here by his father H H Steele of Middles boro and they spent several hoar in conference with Commonwealths Attorney Franklin nt his office READ TillS Brownsville Tenn May i11 1101 Dr r W Hall Dear SirI have usod your Great Discovery for kidney and bladder troubles and nave been very greatly benefited by it and I can sufferingGiles Hives Postmaster4 WONDERIOne small bottleot the Texas Won 1 der Halls Groat Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes I gravel cures diabetes seminal emis sions weak find lame backs rheu matism and ill irregularities of the Kidneys and bladder in both men i and women regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your druggist it will be sent by mail on receipt of g1 Ono small bottle is two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall j sole manufacturer P eBox 029 St Louis Mo Send lot testimonials Sold by all druggists c i9b aotJj LIFE IN THE MOUNTAINS Sonic of the Delights of Camping Out In the Itocklc 0 About dusk you straggle invltlt trout or game The camp keeper lays aside his mending or his repairing or his notebook and stirs up the cooking tire The smell of broiling and frying and boiling arises In the air By the dancing flame of the campfire you eat your third dinner for the dayIn the mountains all meals are dinners and formidable ones at that The curtain of blackness Is drawn down close Through It slime stars loom mountains cold and mlstllke In the moon You tell stories you smoke pipes After a time the pleasant chill creeps down from the eternal snows Some one throws another handful of pine cones on the tire Sleepily you prepare for bed The pine- cones flare up throwing their light In your eyes You turn over and wrap the soft woolen blanket close about your chin You wink drowsily and at once you are asleep Late In the night you awaken to find your nose as cold as a dogs You open one eye A few coals mark where the fire has been Time mist mountains have drawn nearer they seem to bend over you In silent con templation The moon IIs sailing high in 1 the leavens With a sigh you dray the canvas tarpaulin over your head In stantly It Is morning From The Mountains by S E White GAMBLING IS VULGAR It IB an Irrational and Ignorant Struggle For Money All gambling Is vulgar Call It what you will assign for It whatever mo tive you please it Iis an irrational an Ignoble struggle for money Money got for nothing on the turning of a card or the revolution of a wheel brlngeth good to no man not eyed to him who wins it And to him that loscth Sometimes perdition often very often that sinking sensation that tired feeling oven where the value loss is immaterial which follows futile ef fort and says as plain as whisper in the ear The worlds against you Gambling like everything else is rel ative The sin lies in the overplay with its collateral vices chief among them improvidence The reigning soy ereign who has only his money to lose and plenty of that is not to be classed with the banker or the bunkers confi dentlal clerk or secretary who has everything at stake character Included though each plays for the same end that Is the diversion and excitement Asked what was the greatest pleasure In life Fox said Winning at cards and the next Losing at cards There was a gambler for the love of It and yet Fox played never for high stakes after he was forty if he played at all Louisville CourierJournal THE JUICY GRAPE ltd HUtory Is Well Nigh IN Old UN That of Mail Time history of the grape Is almost UK old as that of man Growing In its highest perfection In Syria timid Persia its luscious fruit recommended It to the especial care of the patriarchal tillers of the soil and vineyards were extensively planted long before orchards or collections of other fruit trees were at iall common The grape came originally from Per sin From the latter country as civili zation advanced westward this fruit accompanied ItIlrst to Egypt then to Greece Sicily Italy Spain France timid then to Great Britain to which latter country till llonmus carried it 200 years after Christ To America the seeds and plants of the European varieties were brought by emigrants and colonists the first fifty years utter its settlement There mire a vast number of varieties of grapes but there are really only about a dozen varieties good for the table California produces the Tokay Muscat Black Prince Malaga etc while the pastern states produce such varieties as the Concord Catawba Niagara I Delaware Black Hamburg and Isabella New England Groc- erDavisSingleton John Davis and Annie Singleton colored were married Thursday Davis 1 is employed by the Henderson Route liS- a section hand A TRAINED NURSE S After Years of Experience Advises Women in Regard to Their Health I Mrs Martha Pohlman of 56 Chester Avenue Newark N J who is a graduate Nurse from the Ulockley Training School at Philadelphia and for six years Chief Clinic Nurse at the Philadelphia Hospital writes the letter printed below She has the advantage personal experience besides her professional education and what she has to say may be absolutely relied upon Many other women are afflicted as she was They can regain health in the same way It is prudent to heed such advice from much a source Mrs Pohlman writes I am firmly persuaded after eight years of experience with Lydia E Finkhams Vegetable Compound that it is the safest and best medicine for any suffering woman to use Immediately after my myhealthcame weak and pale with so vere bearlnpdown pains tear freqaentdIzzyscribed for me yot I did not improve I would bloat after eating and frequently nauseated I had an acrid discharge and- pains down through my limbs so I could hardly walk It was as bad a case of female trouble as I have ever known Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound however cured mo within four months Since that time I have had occasion to recommend it to a number of patients suffering from all forms of female difficulties and I find that while it is considered unprofessional to rec ommend a patent medicine I can honestly VegetableCompoundfemale ills where all other medicine falls It is a grand medicine for sick women Money cannot buy such testimony as thismerit alone can produce such rev suIts and the ablest specialists now agree that Lydia E Pinkhams Vege table Compound is the most univer sally successful remedy for all female diseases known to medicine When women are troubled with ir regular suppressed or painful men struation weakness leucorrhoca dis placement or ulceration of the womb that bearingdown feeling inflamma tion of the ovaries backache bloat ing or flatulence general debility indigestion and nervous prostration or are beset with such symptoms aa dizzi Lydia E Pinkhams Succeeds where Plan Moonlight Excursion- The Cloverport Epworth League is planning to give a big moonlight ex cursion in several weeks for the bene fit of the League A Picnic Party Should always carry along a bottle of Paracamph In case of a bruise or a it relieves the pain Instantly and cures quickly Also the best re medy for Sun Burns and prevents Mosquitoes anti Chiggers from biting you Will Observe Childrens Day Sunday May 21 will he observed as Childrens Day at the Methodist church HAS STOOD THE TEST 25 YEARS The old original GROVES Tasteless Chill Tonic You now what you tire taking It Is ion and quinine In u tasteless form No cure no pay 50c iiIDRIP C MITCHEL DENTIST OFFICE OVER THE FAIR Satisfaction assured Professional Prices ness faintness lassitude excitability irritability nervousness sleepless ness melancholy nll gone and want to be lealone feelings blues and hopelessness they should remem remedyLydin pound at once removes such troubles No other female medicine in the world has received such widespread and unqualified endorsement No other medicine has such a record of cures of female troubles The needless suffering of women from peculiar to their sex is terrible to see The money which they pay to doctors who do not help them is an enormous waste The pain is cured and the money is saved by Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Ex perience has proved this It is well for women who are ill to write Mrs Pinklmm at Lynn Mass In her great experience which covers many years she has probably had to deal with dozens of cases just like confidential Vegetable Compound Others Fall sprain diseases I Dont Fail to I Attend th- eMoonlight Picnic that will be given in the yard at tbe home of Frank Kennedy near Hnrdtns school house v Saturday June 24th I If you dont come you will miss something out of the ordinary in I the way of picnics A free lunch will be served to every person present and there will be refresh meats of all kinds on sale Re member you dont get a free j i lunch at every picnic i j Kennedy W N I Meadors IIFrank Propriet- orssoetRNNNN iNNNNlN Send in your Subscription now The First I j Impression I di the making or breaking of many a man both tis business and society I When you stop to think that your head and feet are the only portions ofyour body that are not covered by your suit you will realize the importance of wearing good clothes at all times I Ifyou wear the guaranteed handtailored Aaufman Garmentthe first impression you create will always be friendly and favorable The moderate price of these popular clothes is one of their very strong features The guarantee on each KAUFMAN GAR MENT satisfaction or your money hackis an other item not to be overlooked 10 to 25 Fe FRAIZE Cloverport Ky c w 4- R j v lJl f j l I Buggies Wagons Paints Y Sml- fIf you want ens of the best buggies on the market come and see 1 They ate manufactured by Delker Bros M- rWe also carry the best make of wagons No better wagon built noWt the Henderson WagonFretIsh INDEX PAINT cant be beat If you are thinking of painting let of you by P- turnI HARDWARE FURNITURE AND FARM 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Heads Heals Guts Burns Bruises and Swellings If yon do not say it is the best remedy you ever used we will refund your money StylishComfortable Tailor made clothes All tho latest patterns for suits and trousers in high pado fabrics Clothes made 1By modern methods Fit guar anteed Moderate prices Ex pert tailois employed J H HUNSCHE Casper May Co Cannelton Ind Cloverport PlaningMill GREGORY CO Prop LUMBERDOORS DOORSSASH SASHBLINDS DOOR AND WINDOW SCREENS SHINGLESLATHS LATHSLIME BRICK CEMENT ROOFING ETC ASHEVILLE N C Center of the Beautif- ulJLandoftheSky IAsuperb elevated plateau lowest point of which is two thousand feet above the level of tho sea Situated portion The official Government records of the climate of Western North Carolina which are unimpeachable give the fol lowing averages Spring 5349 degrees F Summer 7072 F Autumn 5348 degrees Fi Winter 3887 degrees Fi With a mean for the whole year of 5415 degrees F and a mean relative humidity of but 05 per cent A Natural Paradise 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tourK- I edol now for twutr rMrmcurd me and we are for baby UIIDI It III aI jKodol Digests What You Et 4 Rottiesonlr thsutktelslsizePrepared by I 0 DWITT k 00 QNICAM r i Sold by all Dru tr lBtsjjAsk for the 1905 fKodo Almanac 1 and 200 Year Calendarc i Sj IDthe Breckenridge News r WEDNESDAY May 3 1903 f SHOOTS FLEEING NEGRO Smith English Wounds Man Who flurders Marshal At His Side j Mrs A E English has received I rows of the shooting of a negro itPretoria Ga by her ton Smith Eng lish Town Marshal John Mayniere of Pretoria was shot and Killed by Peter Thomas the negro who in I turn was twice wounded by Mr Eng Jish as he attempted to make IllS escape after murdering the officer The shooting of the marshal occurr ed directly in front of a house whore a number of negroes were dancing and probably drinking The noise they I made became annoying and Marshal f Mayniere accompanied by Mr Eng lish as his deputy told the negroes they must kaep quiet While the Mar shal and Mr English were in the house they heard a pistol shot im mediately in tront On rushing out through the door side by side they founa a negro man standing near the house flourishing a pistol and uSing abusive language The marshal told him to put up his gun The negro in reply shot Marshal Mayniere four times killing him instantly The shots were fired with such bewildering 8U9 cession as Mr English stood near the officer that he did not realize what was happening until the negro attempted to escape when he empti ed his own weapon an automatic pistol into him When the negro was captured later by the sheriff it was found he hud been twice wound Wed Recovered Speech and Hearing Meesrs Ely Bros I commenced using your Cream Balm about two years ago for catarrh My voice was somewhat thiCK and my hearing was dull My hearing has been fully rev stored and my speech has become quite clear I am a teacber in our town L U Brown Granger O Tne Balm does not irritate or cause sneezingsSold by druggists at 50 ctfl or mailed by Ely Brothers 5G Warren St New York The Girl Who Works God bless the girl who works hard She is brave and true and noble She I is not too proud to earn her own liv ing or ashamed to be caught at her daily task She smiles at you from behind the desk or counter or at the printers case She is like a brave mountaineer already far up the preu ipice climbing struggling nail rev joicing The sign should be en inspiration to us all It is an honor to know this girl ana to be worthy of her es teem Lift your hat to her voung men as sho passesby Her hands m1 be stained by dishwashing fac cry ease orprinters ink but Iitls an ha yst and helpful hand It stays misfo fane train home it supports an Inv ul loved one maybe is a potent sheild that protects many a family from the aim house All honor to the bravo toiler trod bless and protect I the girl that works Chicago Chro nicle Subscribe for the NEWS lode From Seeleyville Ind Rollie Fallon returned Wednesday fom Seeleyville Ind where he had charge of the pumps iu a coal mine for the past eight months HedledInIJr iIa fn onll ti rvn IVI ri n Annfnda IfL cute snowed that death resulted from typhoid fover Tho doctor himself said to a friend Thatman was a suicide Ho had a imlondi- dconstitution I pulledhim stomach had been sound But he ruined his stomach by hasty meals sn ttn1 In I ter I symptomsfallingIn The symptoms of a disordered stomach are among others variable appetite sour risings heartburn undue fullness after eating dull headache dingy complexion physicaltrongthpondcncy No person will have all these symp ems at once Tin1 restoration of the stomach to sound health begins with the first dose of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery The cure progresses until tho functions of the stomach are In healthy operation Then the nerves are quiet and strong the ap eyebrightPlease accept my thanks for the benefit Which my child received from your medi cine writes Mrs W A Morgan ot Silica Me lie had been troubled for nearly a year with liver complaint Indigestion and constipation I gave him your Oolden Medical Discovery and 1leaiant Pellets and they did him great good I gave him the Discovery about eight months and several vials of the Toilets no seems to bo perfectly well now If you want a cure accept no substitute for Golden Medical Discovery LiverveK eeItV Pierce over 40 years ago have been much Imitated butnever ro made of purely veg etable concentrate and refined medicinal principles extracted from native American roots and plants They speedily relieve and StomachsLiversi tresstul aliments One or two a laxative three or four a cathartic t fw4 NerveFagIf Nerve Energy After Awhile You Will Suffer For It You can waste nerve force by excess overwork worry anxiety etc You can weaken yourself by not eating proper food or securing sufficient rest to renew the nerve energy you use up The proper treatment In addition to good phosphatlc food such as wholo meal bread prepared cereals etc la Dr Miles Restorative Nervine This Is as truly tx brain and nerve food as any food you could cat and be sides furnishes strength and tone of Its own which goes to the weakened nerve system nnd sets It to rights Dr Miles Restorative Nervine Is are freshing revitalizing tonic food medlclno for the brain and nerves It reconstructs wornout nerve tissue and fills your languid brain with new life and vigor Dr Miles Nervine has made so many marvelous cures of people so sick tho doctors thought they were Incurable that It Is today the standard medicine in many thousands of American homes The first bottle Is guaranteed to help you or druggist returns your money The extreme hent close confinement and intense mental strain Incident to the banking business has caused me to suffer with nervousness and Insom nia It gives mo to say that I have used Dr Mlles Nervine with very satisfactory results In the treat ment of these affections I am now on my fifth bottle and cat and sleep well In fact have almost forgotten that I possess nervesIt L DALBY Asst Cashier State Bank Tcxarcana Ark FREE Write to us for Free Trial Package of Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills the New Scientific Remedy for Pain Also Symptom 3lank Our Specialist will diagnose your case tell you what Is wrong and how to rlgiit It- Free DR MILES MEDICAL CO LABORATORIES ELKIIART IND The Beauty Chase Here says the Minneapolis Tribune are some of the things that society women really do or have done in the mad chase for beauty They take milk baths They bathe their faces dally in real sweet cream They have their entire faces skinned so that new skin may grow over the old surface They have their noses shaped They shape their eyebrows into a cupids bow They have all natures fine hairs re moved from the skin by electrolysis They have real dimples cut intheir cheeks and chins They have good strong crooked teeth removed and artificial straight ones screwed on to the stumps Saved By Dynamite Sometimes a flaming city is saved by dynamiting a space that the fire cant cross Sometimes a cough hangs on so long you feel as if noth ing but dynamite would cure it Z T Gray of Calhoun Ga writes IMy wife had a very aggravated cough which kept her awake nights Two physicians could not help her so she took Dr K lugs Now Discov ery for Consumption Coughs and Colds which cased her cough gave her sleep and finilly cured her Strictly scientific cure for bronchitis and La Grippe At Short R Haynes drug store price 50c and X100 guaranteed Trial bottle free To Cut Western Trip Short Glen wood Springs Col April 27 President Roosevelt will breaK camp May 8 a week earlier than he intend ed and start for Washington at once The only stop be will make will be at Denver and Chicago where the dates for the receptions have been advanced to meet the new arrangements Secretary Loeb today returned from the camp and announced that aftairs at Washington made it necessary for the president to curtail his visit There is much speculation here an to the presidents reason for advancing the time of his departure Secretary Loeb an nounces that no pressing business re quires the presidents attention at present but a number of things will come np about the middle of the month In whiph ho is gmatly interest ed What these are the secretary did not say He said there is nothing in the Venezuelan or Dominican affairs tnat cannot he attended to by Tart The hunters with the president be lieve be has enough game to satisfy him and will have more than enough when the camp breaks Rev Newsom at Columbia Columbia Ky April 27The revival meeting that has been in pro gress at the Methodist church here for nearly three weeks will continue through this week Great interest is being manifested and much good is being accomplished Evangelist J T Newsom is preaching somo powertul sermons Married at Jeffersonville The Louisville Times states that William A Allen and Miss Lela B Wright of Breokenridge county were married in Jeffersonville Ind last week The bride was twenty In March The groom will bo nineteen in October and his father Alfred Allen gave oral and written consent Meets At Owensboro The second annual National Tobacco Growers Convention will be held in Owensboro October 18 10 und 20 One View Of Reduction Of- Tobacco Acreage Question We have not advised our members or local unions to take any action for the purpose of securing a rtduotion of acreage To accomplish this would re quire an exceedingly strong and complete organization Our members may be depended on to control their marketing and enough nonmemters will cooperate with them to effectually compel the minimum prices for the 1005 crop but it has not appeared to us that the portion of members will ing to curtail can accomplish it As we have stated heretofore nonmem bers and others will increase their planting in case this should be at tempted believing that the markets will tale a normal crop at fair prices when compelled to do so hy controlled marKetingWe been criticised by some for taking this position but late reports from the tobacco districts indicate our surmise to be correct We hear from all quarters that the usual crep will be planted and in many instances indi cations are that the acreage v ill be larger than usual The Gleaner of Henderson Kentucky gives the fol lowing information which must be surprising and disappointing to tnoue who based great hopes on a decrease in acreage Returns from some of the precincts and verbal reports from others were by no means satisfactory And this was especially true of those precincts and neighborhoods where there were no locals of the Society of Equity Farmers who have sold tobacco at good pricesprices made possible hy the farmers organization and the farmers factoryare preparing to plant a large increased acreage In tact the proposed acreage in two pre- Cincts was known to be largely in excess of the big crop of 1 DOa The farmers of Union county met Saturday lind discussed the tobacco situation Reports on acreage were received Only about one half of the county has reported but these indicated that the farmers are inclined to put in about the same acreage as in 1903 This said Squire Lee will mean 3lf cent tobacco if the other counties in the dark district persist in doing as it seems the farmers of Union will do Gibson louse is Closed The Gibson House i will known hostlery hera for thirteen years was closed Monday The Gibson House was conducted by Augustus Gibson until his death about two months ago Since that data his son J E Gibson was the proprietor TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE BKOMO QUININE Tab lots All orupirlsts refund the money It It f tils to cure E W Groves signature Is cn box 25c A Primary Ruling In reversing a ruling of the Owsley Circuit Court the Court of Appeals certified as the law of the common wealth that when a certificate ot nomination is tiled by the authorities of a political party substantially in the manner prescribed by law it kia not within the province of a County Clerk to go behind it to determine if it was rightfully dene Rural Routes in ilardin There are sixteen rural freo delivery routes in operation in Hardin county Miss Agnes Westley 816 Wells Street- MarinetteWia 810 Wells Street- MAnrriaTTIe Wis Sept 25 1903 Ima all run down from nervousness and overwork and had to resign my position and take a rest I found that I was not gaining my strength and health as fast as I couldwish and as your Wine of Cardal was rocommended such a good medicine for tho ills of our sex I bought a bottlo and began usi it 1 was satisfied with the results from tho use of the first bottlo and took three morerind then found I was wstorod to good health and strength and able to taken my work with renewed Vigor I consider it afine tome and excellent for wornout nervous condition and am pleased to endorse it AGNES WESTLEY I yjr Horth WlKoniln Holland aOCUty Secure a 100 bottle of Wino of Cardui and a 25c package of Thodfords BlackDraught today WINE OF CARDUI All t4l S M The Gleaner w as down at Smiths Mills Thursday night How much tobacco are y u fellows golne to plant down here this year the Gleaner asked You want the truth The Gleaner wants nothing else In the Smiths Mills neighborhood both sides of the earth will be planted Riding along the roads and lanes around here and looking to right or left it appears as if the ground were covered with snow plant beds covered with canvas you Know Tobacco will be sown broadcast and mowed with a mower and raKed up with a hay rake Tne Gleaner published a number of Instances of remarKable yields that sold at good prices one or two where the tobacco brought as much as 120 per acre and several PS much as 100 an acre some of these big yields being made by bmhhs Mills farmers Well the Gleaner nnbli cations set the neighbor hood wild Men who didnt have an acre of tobacco last year tire preparing to put out fifteen or twenty acres men who nad out four acres last year will have eight this year The Gleaner describes a condition that prevails over the larger portion of the o unty and it seems now that the only preventative of a large pro duction will be the cnauce of a failure in crops The course for our members to take is plain They should raise what to Lmcco tney can mate of first class quality aud see to it that they have an abundance of home supplies pro duced on their own farms It IOOKS reasonable that those who plant large areas will be able to produce only a large quantity of medium tobaccoand that they will have little time to give to the production of other crons Those who follow this advice will have better tobacco obtain better prices for it and will in addition have a surplus of grain feed and pro visions to tell to the tobacco grower wile planted so much he had not time to raise his own supplies He must sell his inferor tobacco at a low price and pay tha money received to his more thrifty neighbors for lifes ne cessities UpToDatn Farming JOBS TEARS Seeds That Are txcil Fur Food and Urui 111111 1 In Inillti A seed much well for ornament 19 that which tealS the popular name of Jobs tours The old botanist Gerard thus describes It Every gralno re sembkth the drop or tear that talleth from the eye Tliore are however nov three or tour well marked forms of this seed met with In India which diner from each other In shape color and degree of hardness and In the pres ence or absence of grooves or furrows along the length or the hardened In volucer Dr Watt of Calcutta tints enumer mites them There are three types of shape a lung cylindrical or tubular a normal pear shaped condition and a llattened spheroidal form The cylin dricalI grain is always of a white color smooth polished not furrowed but constricted toward both extremities This Is collected for ornamental pur poses only and not as an article for food The pear shaped forma varies In size and color being pale and bluish white gray yellow or brown black The llattened spheroidal kinds pre of ten yellow or even pink The two principal forms are One Almost round and either white or block This form Is sometimes though less frequently used for rosaries and orna mental purposes but chiefly for food among the hill tribes of India The second form Is tubular about half an itch long This Is extensively employ ed for decorative purposes the dresses worn by the Karen women being often completely covered with embroidered designs of this grain WISDOM OF CHILDREN Drlulit Comments That Drop From the llj M of Juvviillcx What could bo more simple or more splendidly direct as a compliment to a pretty girl than the small boys ad miring question Are your eyes new ones 1 No grownup person could have thought of that A ruminating animal Is one that chews her cubs there might surely bo less thoughtful definitions As for definitions no die tionary line over given anything better than a movable feast a picnic There Is a delightful note of the night nursery in the beginning of a girls essay on boys Tho boy Is not an ani mal but they can be heard to a con siderable distance equaled perhaps In Its splendidl simplicity by the boys written criticism to the cftect that most girls are very shy and angry It Is the directness of the description which compels attention in vivid com ments such as Just before it killed me the tooth came out and nothing surely could be more Johnsonian in Its absolute truth thou the answer given to the painstaking schoolmaster try ing to make the class understand what might be meant by the subversive word antipodes If I bored a hole right througlf the earth till I came out at the other side where should I beV Off yer caill You cant do itlLond- ou Spectator t p I Invitation I On May 13th is to be EXCURSION- run your section to the of Owensboro We invite persons to call and see I I I ItileI Agents for the Famous Red Jacket So Easy to Fix Pumps Hardware Steel and Felt Roofing Mechanics Tools Sporting Goods Cutlery Screen Doors and the largest assortment of Refrigerators in the State We will be pleased to have you come In and examine our stock Dont tall to do s- oW A GUENTHER SONS OWENSBORO Frederica Street KY A J 111 Sugarcoated easy to take i A A cureyeDYEabeautlful+ NNN i Bankof Hardinsburg TOFFICERSJ B F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier J DIRECTORS + Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beard J Dr A M Kincheloe D S Richardson T iInsuret against loss by fire or burglary Interest paid on time deposits N 4 ++ ++ N 4 n The Breekinridge Bank Cloverport Ky Cap tal Stock 45100 Surplus 7000 Incorporated Organ zed 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 prcuip t and careful attention Storage place for packages in our fireproof vault furnished our custcmera tree NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IIMPROVEMENTS Interest paid on time deposits NNl lUlNNNN NtDlNNONNseesI First State Bank IRVINGTON KY WJ PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VirtFjesidtnt H KEMPER Cashier f fnAccounts of Corporations Firms nnd solicited I Interest Paid on Time Depo- sits1l4NlNnNNNN+ THE 4Fifth Avenue I HOTELw m Kymt TT- NN r rll NNNNN DAN BROOKS CO LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS CENTRAL STOCK YARDS LOUISVILLE First Tobacco Received Last Wednesday several loads of to bacco wero received at the Pace ware house is one of the four Equity warehouses in county the b Ing at vrainabnrR Kirk aud Mo Quady was the first tobacco received by theloual Equity warohonso a there an from city all us Builders 224226 Individuals I IThe most centrally located only firstclass hotel in the city making a fnOOrate Only one block from time principal shopping district and twoblocks from the principal theatres Street cars pass the door to all parts of the city- Everything neat and clean rrr 7rlr N N NN NN KY ON ltt which tae others This and A Bit Of Good Advice Tobacco growers who store their crops should never hold beyond the minimum price Money la not made by holding but by selling at a profit able price Facilities to store and hold surplusUpTo ez r n L I The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY May 3 190- 5HARDINSBURG ironit court convenes next Mon daycllaPilo of Custer was In town FridayMiss Alice Baker has returned homo from Webster John P Has well Jr was in Irving ton Tuesday Forrest Lyonsof McQuady was iiin the city Saturday Hon R M Jolly of Irvington was in the city Monday Hal Murray was iin Louisville sew eral days of last week Clint Brodio of Chenault was iiiI town a few days of last week Hon Jhailes Blanford of Bewley ville was in town the first of tin I week s- Claude Mercer was in Louisville a few days of last week on legal bust nessGen David R Murray was in TexasI several days of lust week on legal bust nessW S Ball was on Rough creek a fe days of last week on a fishing expedi tionW F Hook and Henry Moorman visited W R Moorman at Glendeane SundaySome feather renovator people arriv ed here Monday They are well equipp ed for the business Arthur Board of Louisville was here last week visiting his sister Mrs Coleman E Haswell Miss Tula C Daniel tins returned home from St Louis where she visited her sister Mrs Ely uessa Eskridge of Owensboro wa hero Monday visiting his parents Mr and Mr Morris Eskridge Waller Wilson of McQuadyis putting np a tenant house for C Y Robert son on his Btocu farm near town Dr Will Wimp of Stephensport was in town Monday Ho registered as a regular practicing physician with the county clerk The Rev W H Calvert attended the meeting of the Bishops of both branches of the Methodist church held in Louisville last week The Hardinsburg Military Band will give an ice cream supper in the court house yard on Monday night They will also give a baud concert Prof Collins and Miss Young of Bowling Green have been selected by the board of trustees as teachers for the public school They are highly re commendedProf A Fox ot Louisville sec rotary of the Sundayschool organiza tion of the State delivered a very tine stereopticon lecture on the Holy Land at the M E church Saturday evening He was heard by a large audience All the Transfers She rind As a bevy of laii hang girls rose to sot off n street car the other day at n point where transfer are given they were followed by a demure young woman who hail boon absorbed In a novel Just before she alighted she asked the conductor fur n transfer nod he think hag all the girls were of one park gave her six wlilch she took without not ing and held In her liund us she stood on the corner walling for her ear the other iris having gone on walking When the reader got her ear she tool a sent suit was soon lost again In her novel then the conductor came UIII and she held out the slips He took them counted them and then looked round with a puzzled expression Where are the others V he asked Oh replied the young woman look- Ing up n moment from her book thatsInil he gave me Philadelphia Record Ants Gardens Brazilian ants make little gardens in the tree tops and sow thom with pineapple and other seeds Tho gar dons are found of nil sizes from a sin gle sprouting seed surrounded by a little earth to a densely overgrown ball as large as a mans head Spring Medicine There is no other season when good medicine is so much needed as in the SpringThe blood is impure weak and I impoverished a condition indicated by pimples and other eruptions on the faco and body by deficient vitality loss of appetite luck of strength and want of animation Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills i Make tho blood pure vigorous and rich create appetite give vitality strength and animation and euro t all eruptions Havo tho whole family begin to tako them today Hoods Sarsaparllla has been used in our family for some time and always with 1 good results Last spring I was all run 4 4downand got a bottle of Itt and as usual 1 received great benefit Miss BECLAH BOYCE Stowe Vt Hoods Sarsaparilla promises to euro and keeps tho promise 11 FACE LIKE PIECE OF RAW BEEF Scalp Covered With Sores Hair and EyeBrows Fell OutAgony for Eight Long Years Doctors Were Unable to Cure S SPEEDILY CUREDBY 11 I had suffered terrible agony and pain for eight long years from a ter rible eczema on the scalp and face The best doctors were unable to help moneyefor manyremedies without receiving any benefit My scalp was covered with scabs my face was like a piece of raw beef my eyebrows and lashes were falling out and sometimes I felt as if I was burning up from the ter rible itching and pain I then began treating myself at home and now my head and face are clear and I am en tirely well I first bathed my face Cuwticura Ointment to the afflicted parts and took Cuticura Resolvent for the blood I was greatly relieved after the first application and continued use of Cuticura soon made a complete cure Miss Mary F Fay Westboro Mass AGONIZING ECZEMA- And Itching Burning Eruptions with Loss of Hair Cured by Cuticura Bathe the affected parts with hot water and Cuticura Soap to cleanse the surface of crusts and scales and drys ticura Ointment freely to allay itching irritation and inflammation and soothe and heal and lastly take Cuticura Resolvent Pills to cool and cleanse the blood A single set is often sufficient to cure throughouttheIrgpn Semi lor AU About the Skin Scalp and Hair Flnh Settle Jewelry The scales of the sea drum are ex tensively used in the manufacture of the sprays of flowers and other articles of fancy work which are sold at seaside resorts under the name of fish scale Jewelry They are largo and silvery and so hard that It Is neces sary to remove them from the fish with an axe or hatcht The scales of sheepshead tarpon channel bass etc are also used for this purpose at times Sensible SheI suppose you would have me believe I am the first woman you ever loved He Not at all Ive loved scores of women but you are the last one I have fallen In love with She Very well then Ill say Yes As long as I am the lust one you have loved well get along all rlghtBoston Tran script Sure Mrs niinn So your servant ran ofT Dont you think shell regret It Mr- sBoonYe because my husband ran with her Manchester X II Mirror tutu American PATESV1LLE Yernon Lynch is on the sick listIMis T W Harmon is on the sick listMrs Dr Frymire is slowly Improv- Ing Matt Jarboe was sick a few days of last weekIMarvin Baker wont to Uwensboro WednesdayDr 1iIner returned from Union Star Thursday Mrs James Lynch was sick n fow days of last week E O Goidon and S J Baker were in Pell ville Saturday Several of the young ladies and little children went to the deer parkSunday afternoon Mr Parson and daughter of Owens boro were the guests of his brother J T Parson W J Fawver and sisters spent Sat urday afternoon with the family of H S Kincaid Miss Forrest Long and Brother and Miss Lillie McGavock spent Sunday with M itfees Anna and Sallie Baker Mr and Mrs James Lynch and children spent Sunday with Ranse Hatfield acd family ot neat this placeMr and Mrs Dave ClarK and daughter Miss Ola ppent Sunday with Dink Clark and family in tho Eenning neighborhood RAYMOND I Henry Hampton visited at Lube Avitts Sunday Raymond Sundayschool is in a flourishing condition Mrs Zorado Hendry was in Clover port Saturday on business = =Byron Cart of Union Star was the guest of Miss Lula Cashman tinnday I Henry Cashman and wife visited Mrs Cashmans parents at Loth burg I SundayMisses Essie Caahmnn and Yelma Bruner visited at Geo W Cashmans Sunday Misses Wanda Frymire and Ethel Philpottof Fry mire visited the Misses Mercer Sunday Miss Maggie Cashman of Union Staris visiting friends in this neigh borhood this week Mr and Mrs Henry Buroh and Mr and MrsJeffle Brown visited relatives in this neighbornond Saturday and SundayThe music party given by Mrs Charles Avitt Saturday night was quite a success Those present were Misses Ollie Avitt Lula and Mary Cashman Gola Ruth and Annabel Grant Messrs Grover and Robert Severs Jim Will and Roscoe Avitt Walter Adkisson Walker West Henry Hampton and Alaska Hardi- nLODIBURG Saxton Dutschke returned from Louisville Tuesday Mr and Mrs Gid French have moved to West Point Miss Zelma Lay visited her parents at Stephensport Sunday A M Hardin visited nls sister Mrs Ida Brownat Ekron Sunday Miss A Bell Grant sleet Saturday night and Sunday with her parents Mr and Mrs I C Harrell and little daughter Thelma were visitors at Wm Heads Sunday Mr and Mrs C L Avitt enter tained their young friends Saturday night to A musical Those present were Misses Lnla and Mary Cash man Olhe and Sallie B Avitt Ruth Anna and Gola Grant Messrs Grov er and Robert Sovers ol Union Star Walter Adkisson of Clitton Mills James and Will Avitt Roscoe Avitt Walker Weet and Alaska Hardin nvsTic C L Pato is slowly improving Roy Beanchamp went to Stephens port Sunday Miss Nora Harrison left for school at Harned Monday Mr and Mrs Jon Jarrett spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Will lias hamMisses Gertrude and Anna Keys were the guests of Miss Nannio Paynd SundayMrs J M Bashatn entertained a large crowd of young people Saturday night with music Misses Delia and Carrie Harrison were the guests of Miss Myrtle Beau champ Saturday night Mrs Warn Milly is expecting her daughter Mrs Jonas Basham down from Webster to spend a few days Mrs Johnio Beanchamo null Mrs Will Robison and children were the guests of Mrs Gibson Sunday at Sample Dudley BIG SPRING Born to the wife of John L Arm strong April 20 a son Mrs Fink of Indiana is visiting her sister Mrs Bennett Mrs E AStrother is visiting Mrs Farnsley and Mrs Lee in Louisville- A drama by the local talent will DO presented here on Saturday May 0 at the schoolhouse Win Phillipsof Rineyville was the guest of Noah Hicks from Friday un til Sundayii Mrs P L King and song of Cloverjiorr are visiting her auntMrs JOhn H Meador Mrs Neidlcr and little daughter Inez of Louisville are here visiting her sister Mrs John D Meador Mr and Mrs Clay Hays of St John were nere shopping Friday and wero the guests of Mr and Mrs Meyer DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybodywho reads the newspapers is sure to know of the wonderful cures made by Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver remedyIt i cal triumph of the nine teenth century dis covered after years of byDrnent kidney blad der specialist Is curinglamebles and Brlghts Disease which Is the worst form of kidney trouble Dr Kilmers SwampRoot Is not recommended for everything but If you have kid ney liver or bladder trouble it will be found just the remedy you need It has been tested In so many ways In hospital work In private practice among the helpless too poor to pur chase relief and has proved so successful In every case that a special arrangement ha been made by which all readers of this panir who have not already tried it may have It sample bottle sent free by mail also a book telling about SwampRoot how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble When writing mention reading this generous offer In this paper and CoBlng1I and and more and regular fifty cent and Homo of SwampRoot dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists Dont make any mistake but remember tin name SwampRoot Dr JlImers Swamp Root and the address Binghamton N Von every bottle r THE TRIUMPHS OF PMMA INCREASE Thousands of Unpublished Testimonials on File Thousands of Chronic Ailments of Women Cured Every Month Disguised Internal Catarrh the Enemy of Women Aflss Della Stroebe Rural Route No Appleton Wls writes For several years I was In a rundown condition and I could find no relief from doctors nor medicines I could not enjoy my meals and could not sleep at night I had heavy dark circles about the eyes liMy friends were much alarmed I was advised to give Peruna a trial and to my Joy I began to improve with the first ott1o After talong six bottles I felt completely cured I cannot say too much for Poruna as a medicine for women in a rundown condition Delia Btroobo Mrs E M Mcrald 128 W 28th St Indianapolis Ind member of A D Streight Circle of the Ladles of the O A R writes I am today enjoy ing perfect health thanks to Peruna For nearly four years I suffered with ovarian troubles Tho doctor insisted on an operation as tho only chance to got well but I had always dreaded an operation and strongly objected My husband fcltdisheartened well as I and whoa a friendly druggist ad vised him to bring me a bottle of Peruna lie did so and I started to use it In a short time my health began to increase and my aches and pains diminished Within eighteen weeks I was like another being in splendid healthWords fail me when I try to toll you how glad and grateful I amE M MeraldAddress Dr Hartman President of The Ohio Hartman Sanitarium Columbus All correspondence hold strictly con fldnntlal Will Present Play in June The A O U W lodge is making preparations to present a play sometime in June for the benefit of the lodge The play will be a melodrama entitled The Noble Outcast MATTINGLY Mrs Luther Pate who has been quite sick is better H Blair has bought a span of mules from Herbert Beard for 225 A Sundayschool was organized at Pisgah church last Sunday M E Hnmdton is delivering mould ing sand ut the Cloverport foundry this weekWill Mason and John Pate ol Pisgah delivered their tobacco at Hardhisburg I last week The recent rains have washed out a great deal of corn that had been planted in this vicinity Mr and Mrs Hambleton were the guests of Mr and Mrs George Newman at Pisgah last Sunday The funeral of Ollie Brickey will be preached next Sunday at Corinth church at McQuady by the pastor Mr and Mrs William Lynch were the guests of Dr Win Howard and daughter Miss Rilla last Sunday Mr and Mrs James Perkins visited his brother Carl Perkins at Tar Springs last Sunday Rev McKinley of Fordsville filled his appointments at Tar Fork Christain church last Saturday and Sunday Miss Lula Brickey of Haltingly is visiting Mr and Mrs Monroe Marlow in the Tar Forr neighborhood this week Mrs Herbert Tiuius of Pisgah visited her parents Mr and Mrs W B Taul at this place last Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Clint Frank who moved from this place to Evansville some time ago writes back that they are well pleased with their new home and their occupations there BEWLEYVILLE The Misses Chambliss returned home ThursdayTom and family have moved into the Morton house Mrs R J Cain spent several days the guest of her parents last week Mr and Mrs Fred Fousbee were guests of their sister Mrs Kesey Sun dayMr and Mrs Z T Stith visited Mrs Amanda Smith Monday Mrs Smith is very sick h 4 and Mrs and family and several friends were visitors of Mrs Stith Sunday Moorman Hardaway home Sun day accompanied by Dr Brock Moorman will soon be full fledged dentist Golden Rod KtrrkrPk I Y Best Mixed Paints t 120 per Other Grades S 60 and 90 i Roof Paints i 30 to 80 E White Len H 5 to 62 Best Linseed Oil ii- ii x I I ort Ky ii1t11Ail Aetit11 i17 Peruna the Only Internal IS A Catarrh Remedy Yet Devised Cases In Illus tration Mrs W P Hoffman 601 North street Kansas City Kans For eight months suffered with bearing down and wretched headaches Tho doctors called different names but all agreed that had female troulo which was roalir tho cause of my illness Thoy prescribed for me and took thati medicines but kept getting worse until told mo would never ges well until took Poruna Within week after started to tako felt much bettor and con tinued taking two months with almost marvelous results am without au acho pain fool ten mylifeHoffman At Brickner llth street Milwaukee writes have strong In tho efficacy of Peruna to euro tho Ills peculiar to women A short tlmo ago found my condition very serious had headaches pains in tho back and frequent dizzy spells which grew worso ovary month tried two remedies before Poruna and pretty discouraged when k took the first dose but my courage soon returned could see that was being benefited and in less than two months my was restored MBrlckner A reward of 10000 has been deposited In the Market Exchange Bank 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