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J THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS I 11If Permanently Organized The Baptist Young Peoples Union vas permanently organized at the Baptist church Sunday afternoon R L Oelze was elected president Geo vYounger first vicepresident i Miss Ray Heyser second vicepresident Miss Ruth Haynes third icepresi dent i Miss Annie Jarboe fourth vice president Miss Lydia Graham secre tary W B Oelze trtasurer The com L jnittees appointed oy each vice presi dent and the departments of which they have charge are as follows Sec ond vicepresident Mrs R L Oelze land Mhs Cleona Weatherholt social third vicepresident Misses Elizabeth Jarboe end Lucetta Miller charity third vicepresident Mies Maggie Wroe and Harry Weatherholt membership The first vicepresldentGeoYonnger who has charge of the educational department was not present Sunday afternoon to appoint his committee The president has charge of the devo tional department with a committee composed of Misses Ethel Oelze and VlEdna Jarboe has Lightfoot andI Misses Stella Weatherholt and Julia Wroe were elected members of the 11 xfinance committee and Miss Rhea Willis and W B Oelze organists rJEvery Sunday evening at 045 f o clock was tho time set for the devotional meetings of the Union and f the first Tuesday in each month for i V the business meetln Fortyfive mem I J hers were enrolled unday k o Cures Catarrhal Deafness v Ji ix r One Weeks Use of Hyomel Did lItat More Than Six Months Treatment kbySpecialists isiI yoften a result of catarrh Hyomei acts tc almost immediately upon the inflamed t membrane and the hearing begins R trelltIrI or four weeks according to the sever ity of the case a cure will be accom pUshed Miss Meeks of NattewanNYsays Co Hyomel is truly wonderful I have St used it but a short time and see a S great change in my condition My hearing is improving rapidly and I had no idea I would improve so rapid 4 ly in so short a time My breath which was so offensive to myself and otners has lost Its bad odor entirely lIhave spent a great deal of money with catarrh specialists and can truly I 1say that six months of their treament is hot equal to one month of Hyo tliael= Short Haynes are selling Hyomei upon the unusual plan of agreeing to r return the money if the medicine does I not care A complete outfit costs only 100 r and consists of an inhaler that can roe carried in the vest pocket a medi i yumetThel rthere is enough Hyomei for several weeks treatment Additional bottles of D Hyomei can bg procured for GO cents ti Compare this small expense with the 11 fees charged by specialists and then re- memberoF W r that if Hyomei does not cure a l Short Haynes will return your money Bingham Conies On May 16 The date of tho entertainment to be given bv Ralph Bingham the lecturer impersonator etc at Glendeane for the benefit of the Baptist Ladles Aid of Glendeane has been changed from TuesdayLevening May 10 The branch train will be held over at Glendeane until Viz the conclusion of the entertainment a AyersYour doctor will tell you that l thin pale weak nervous chil dren become strong and well SarsaparillaSmall I II SarsaparillaThe yourdoctorformula and will explain When 1J years old for many month no one thought I could live because of thin blood nut In a few weeks Ayerj Sarsaparilla com pletIY restored me to health MRsZfucxMuerxayinelandNJ All a bottle forLnw xMas The Children Biliousness constipation prevent re coveryi Cure these with Ayers Pills t THEY ASK THAT TRUST BE DISCHARGED Mrs thus May and her children of this city have filed a petition in circuit court against the executors of Frederica Walter deceased asking that the trust dreated under the 10th clause of his will be discharged The 10th clause toads as follows The residue of my estate I desire my executors to invest in sound securities interest on same to be paid to my sister Elizabeth May during her life At her death the said sum is to pass to her children but to be held in trust by my executors for their benefit and the interest only to be paid to them until they shall respec lively arrive at the ago of 25 yearsif- males if females when they marryat- which time the whole shall be paid over to them each one enjoying and receiving an equal share Mrs May asks that the entire sum in trust be paid to her and her child ran absolutely D W Fairleigh of Louisville and V G Babbage are Mrs Mays attor treys x Will Bring Immense Crowd HardinsburgKy May USpeclal The dedication of the new M E church South next Sunday by Bishop Morrison will bring an immense crowd to hear this distinguished pulpit ora tor Will Give Lawn Fete The Epworth League will give a lawn fete on the evening of June 8 on the lot west of the St George Hotel which is now being pat in order Stanley Speaks to Large Crowd Congressman A O Stanley delivered an address in the interest of the tobacco growers to a large crowd at Hardmsburg Monday Afternoon Home From Arkansas Miles M Chancellor of Fisher Arts is at Vanzant on a visit D C Clem mons of Rockvale is olermng in Mr Uhancellors store at Fisher THE SLUMP IN POETRY Reasons For It aa stated tiy Edward Markham and Joaquin Sillier The Critic for March publishes a sec ond Installment of letters from poets who have been approached with the question as to what has caused the slump in poetry Rhymers like doctors It seems do not agree says tho New York Post Thus Mr Edwin Markham despite The Man With tho Hoe recognizes and deplores the slump The reason why poetry now adnys he says Is attracting so little attention lies both In our people and In our poets since the days of Nab Hotcp the old Egyptian the people have gravitated toward business more than toward beauty which may be very true But why PtahHotep Now hear the lusty singer of the Sierras Mr Joaquin Miller In rebuttal And prob ably half the people who smile at his words secretly believe them true But bark of all this I am glad to believe that America has outgrown what the learned laureate of good King Ed ward calls the higher forms of poetry as she bas outgrown kings and courts The real American loves poetry but it Must be real It must be natural and not nasty Poetry Is clean concreto truth But what troth IB there In Par adise Lost A monstrous and merci less God an idiotic and mouthing devil In an impossible heaven and belli There Is more real poetry in a little book by Thomas Bailey Aldrich than In Milton Dante and Homer all put together I repeat poetry is only a high er and finer form of truth nature plain common sense- Shakespeare is a Dttle better and a deal worse Not content with making a slaughter house and madhouse of the stage ho must make it a graveyard and dig up dead men and make rude Jests over their bones In his very best poem This Is not art It Is not decency NOGIS LETTER TO A BOY Japanese General Thanks Chtcaeo Lnd For Iila Sympathy Alfred R Cahn of Chicago a small boy In knickerbockers has been following tear developments with much Interest says a Chicago dispatch When ho learned that General Nogl lost two sons at Port Arthur he wrote the warrior a letter of sympathy Thj other day he received a letter In Japanese from the generalI General No gis letter translated reads Dear SirI thank you for your kind ness February IS Llaoyanff M Noam Alvin n Cahn Chicago U S A The letter is signed In English script and shows that the general spells his- asnl Noehi s S S CONVENTIONTHURSDAY BEST EVER HELD IN THE COUNTY The following is the secretarys re port of the county Sundayschool con vention at Irvington Thursday The annual convention of tho Breck enridge County Sunday School Associa tion was held at the Methodist church at Irvington on May 4 It was the best county convention over held in the county in point of attendance number of district officers uresent number of ministers present and num her of schools represented Much praise is due our county president J B Herndon for the way in which be personally advertised the convene tion After all it is personal work that counts Our program was good and many good things were said that would profit every person in the countyAt morning session devotiona exercises was conducted by Rev breorge King of Hardinsburg who read the 84th Psalm which should be in the heart of every Sundayschool teacher Minutes of last meeting were read and as Mr Gebauer our field worker had not yet arrived Rev T C Kerr gave us a short talk on the Importance of the Sunday school It seems strange to think it necessary to impress this subject upon Christian people and it would not be thus could they understand that the Sun day school is the church studying and teachi ng Gods word and that it reaches people who can not op reached any other way The conference How to Have a Good Sunday School was so full of good things that I should like to give it all but only have time and space to mention them Rev Graves gave us an excellent address on the Pastors Part and I feel sure that if he were not thoroughly awake to his privileges and duties before he is now and he has waked up some or all of the other pastors who heard him It would be well could we print Mrs V G Babbages address on the Parents Part and send it to every home in tue county It was so brimful of thoughts to make one stop consider pray Would our Sunday schools be so small it all parents would do these three things The persons assigned to take the other three parts were not able to do so but we had some helpful suggestions as to the superintendents part from Mr Jeff Jolly who never could make a speech so he says and Mr Green Beard showed that a teach er must live all week as they teach on Sunday if they expect to accomplish any good results- MrGebauor presented the Pupils Part and summed up the whole thing by saying the pastors part is to pull the parents to push tha superin tendents to plan the teachers to pre pare the pupils to pray and we will each do our Dart when our hearts are filled with love- Committees were then appointed and we adjourned to the church yard and were there served with a bountiful re past prepared by the good people of Irvington and vicinity It begun to rain before the conven tion was called to order aga in and a little later we bad a storm but the house was full ana we only felt secure and shut in together to enjoy the good things presented to us by the speakers Circuit Court Convenes The May term of circuit court con vened Monday The grand jury is composed of the following S B Pile Ream Pate George Gilbert Kit De Jernette James Brnington D HGil pin B F Compton C C Pile Roland Wellington E J Beauchamp Sam DixW S Cart foreman HardinBell The engagement of Miss Maggie Griy Bell of Elizabetbtown and Mr Henry Bardin a traveling salesman ot Meriden Conn formerly of Big Spring is announced The marriage will take place June 22- Defect in Typesetter Owing to a defect in our Siufplex typesetter it has been impossible to set much type for this issue and con sequently a large amount of news matter is necessarily omitted NOTICE All persons owing the estate ot J E Buckby are requested to call aud set tle with meAll poisons having claims against the estate present the same properly proved Olive Buckby Admit f Rev Kerr led the devotional exercises and rend us that wonderful c haptor which was the text for Dru mmonds Tho Greatest Thing lu the World Rev Calvert was not present so Rev P L King and Rev 1 T Lewis each gave a short aole address on the sub ject Tne Child and The Book Mr Gebauer bad put up many charts during the noon hour and he explain ed them to us showing that Sunday SChool work does pay and pays well A liberal offering was taken The report from aistrict and county officers were given and showed a very marked improvement and that conscientious worn was Doing done Rev T C Kerr then addressed the convention on Soul Winning in the Sunday School a fitting close to our splendid convention as that is the desired result of our work in the Sun day school The committees then were called upon to report The committee on nominations offered the following re port President J B Herndon Irvington Secretary Miss Norris Kurtz Webster executive omuiittee S C Powell Irvington i Mrs John Wimp Irving ton Mrs Chas Drnry Bewleyville J P Haswell Jr Hardinsbnrg V G Bahbage Cloverport superinten dent home department T J Jolly Bewleyville superintendent primary department Mrs W J Pigcott Irvington superintendent houseto house visitationS C Dowell Irving ton The report was received and adopt edThe committee on resolutions offered the following report 1 Resolved That the presence of so many ministers of the county is an inspiration and we urge all pastors to do their duty and always lend their helpful presence to all Sunday school conventions We are especially glad to have Rev TC Kerr of Bodeenville with us 2 That we are grateful to State committee for sending us so earnest thorough and helpful a state worker as the Rev T C Gebauer aI That we take all the good sug gestions given by this convention to our home Sunday school and test the benefit they may prove to us 4 That we thanK the officers espec rally Mrs Parks our secretary who has worked faithfully for several years for their efforts to make this convention a success 5 That we tender thanks to the Breckenridge News for neatly printed programs C That we tender thantcs to the chcir for excellent upliltiug music 7 That wo thank the people of Irvlngton for so bountifully looking after the physical man In this they but sustain an established reputation for unstinted sociability cordiality and hospitality Respectfully submitted Nan E Lyddau Gola M Brown Mrs C H Drury This report was received and adopt ed V G Babbage then moved a ris ing vote of thanks to the outgoing seo retajry which was given and very much appreciated The convention then adjourned Honored For Third Time HardinsburgKy May Iipecial Chintz Royalty left Monday lifter noon for Frankfort to attend tho Great Council of Red Ken as the representative of the local lodge This is the third time ho has received this honor from the order I IFaIse Swearer Jailed HardinsburgKyMay ISpecial Constable George W Hines of the McDaniel magisterial district deliver ed to the jailer Larens Cisael of color Thursday Cissel was arrested near Bnias and is charged with false swearing Card Of Thanks We wish to express our appreciation for the kind helpfulness shown by the people during the illness and recent death and burial of our dear sister aud loving mother The memory of each kindness will ever be held dear Mrs Alice Johnson and family Sells Interest in Restaurant Jonas Lyons has sold his halt interest in Lyons Restaurant at Irvington to his uncle Foster Lyons for 2500 cast of A Matter ofHealth There is a quality in Royal Baking Powder whichmakes the food more digestible and wholesome This peculiarity of Royal has been noted by physicians and they accordingly endorse and recom mend it ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK IRepublican Committee Meets Hardmsburg Ky May oSpecial The county committee of tho Republican party met at the Ahl Hotel Mon day pursuant to adjournment all members being present except four On account of Mr Pates temporary absence from the county he handed in his resignation as county chairman which was accepted with regret ins Shelluian was elected to till the vacancy and he accepted in a neat speech The situation generally was discuss ed and all the committeemen reported that the people were extremely anx ious to put out a good ticket com posed of good men and available can didates and that the party b more harmonious than they had ever known it to De The feeling is strong within the parts that a winning ticket can and will be placed iu the field The committee without taking de finite action adjourned until Tune 2t when every member is urgently requested to bo present I Wool Day At Irvington Next Monday will Ibe wool day at Irvington Already 2000 fleeces have been sold at thirty cents to Louisville dealers and will be delivered on this date All tnat has been pledged to the farmers pool is good clear wool and Dr P W Foote ana HonChas Blan ford who have made the arrangements and are helping the farmers to get a better price for their wool want others to put their wool in the best market able condition and enter the pool Mrs Eugene Haynes entertained the Ladies Reading Club Thursday after noon fp U 190O- wensboroAND RETURN FROM BrandenburgWest Irvington Cloverport rFIRST 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 Plenty of coaches No crowding For information ask tho Agent I e r rL yj S r lCI t1 t ffn 1 CI ji 03 i tiV The Breckenridge News1 WEDNESDAY May 10 1003 MODERN SURGERY t Time Saving In One of KM Stout Iaportent CotmldcrntlonB Time saving Is one of the most Im i portant considerations in nil surgery Any major operation lasting more than additionalJ Jtlon the chances of recovery are com I paratively small This Is due to shock to the cumulative effect of the an it aesthetic to loss of blood and to lower Ing of the patients temperature by the exposure of internal areas to the air Because of this the best surgeons work with a mechanical precision and econ omy of movement Everything Is ready before the operation commences an as sistant Is at hand to look after the de r tails of actual work such as holding back the edges of the Incision adjust ing the ligatures etc j an expert In an aesthesia handles the chloroform and watches the subjects pulse and respl ratlou In order that the operators time may be devoted wholly to ono point and a deft nurse ndept In the use of every Instrument needle and chemical preparation Is at the surgeons elbow ready to hand out at a wordsome times before the wordthe shining Implements already tiled In the order of their probable use Two visiting surgeons at one of the New York hospitals got n markedly varying percentage of mortality In a common abdominal operation What is the difference between the two operators 1 asked of one of the house stair In attendance About twenty minutes he said suc cinctly McClures READ TillS Brownsville Tenn May 31 1001 Dr E W Hall Dear SlrI have used your Great Discovery for kidney and bladder troubles and nave been very greatly benefited by it and I can fully recommend it to any one suffer ing in the Reepecttullytubs A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle ot the Texas Won der Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emis sions weak and lame backs rheu matism and all irregularities of the Kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your druggist it will be sent by wall on receipt of fl One small bottle is two months treatment and seldom falls to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer P 0 Box 029 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggists iI lOlLS FROM FISH Valuable Ibemselses ax Art Also Fuel r IlyiiriiiliictN The prepfratloni of oil from nqua tic animate for built medicinal null technical purls Is of great Iiniwrtuuce The principal oil producers are the AVhale ilurjiJiseg blacklist seals wal rus menhaden herring cod haddock pollock hake eiisk ling shark dogfish alligator and turtli Various Hiilmldlary products are ob tained from these mitmtlc tills and form a source of considerable prollt to the refiner Among tin more Important of those products may be noted the following At a low temperature there miry bt sepnnitcd from all varieties of aquatic oils a solid fat or grease known as toots or Btearln which is somewhat similar to the tallow obtained from sheep and oxen It Is used as a substi lute for tallow from sheep and oxen In Kiciny yarns as emollient In leather drewiiiK etc Ky bleaching the oils a aeniltfolld fatt known as sperm soap whale soup menhaden soft etc according to the variety of oil treated Is produced Thin material Is used in Swearing xheep washing fruit trees Map manufacture etc Hy refining perm oil nM rmaeetl Is obtained and this Iin lined principally In candle mak ing as tin ointment for medicinal pur noNOM fur producing a polish on linen in laundering and for self lubricating cartridgesAfter A oil In extracted the result log wrap or r tune IH dried and sold as fertilizer i Ttrrlfk RICe With Death Death was rut approctting writes Kalph F FernaiMiex of Tampa Fla ilMoribinK hit fearful race with death SB f result of liver trouble and henrtII disease which nail robbed me ot steep nUll of nil interest in life I had tried many different doctors and severalI medicines but got no benefit until 1 began to UM Electric Bitters So wonderful WitS their effect that Inii three days I felt line a new man and today I am cured of all my troubles Guaranteed at Short A Haynes drug store price 50c 4 JCII rctu Aside from their use as food by man and beast and as fertilizer In agricul j ture seaweeds have numerous uses In f the arts and sciences Front them are I obtained soda chlorides sulphates sil icates Iodine bromine null gelose They have ever occupied an important j place in the rude pharmacopoeia of UwII untutored savage as well us of the I higher one of his more civilized broth fa ren Certain varieties are used In stuff lug chairs and beds They are especial ly suitable for the latter purpose as their aroinnMc smell is said to drive In sects away Ytt Paracamph Removes Pini pies Blotches and Black Heads Heals Cuts B urns Bruises and Swellings If yon do not say it is the best remedy you ever used we will refund your money No man was ever scolded out of his tins Covsper A Webster Retort It Is related of Mr Webster that when he was secretary of state ho was one day reading at a cabinet meeting a draft of n message be had written for the president to transmit to congress As he went on ho was constant ly Interrupted by one of the members with suggestions until losing patience he turned to him and said Sir you might as well expect seven hens to lay one egg as seven men to construct one message Method In Her Declilu- Hlggius My wife says If I should die she would remain a widow un til death Of course she might change her mind but It Is sort of consoling Just the same Jinks Evidently your wife thinks there Is no other man In tho world like you Illgglns On the contrary shes afraid there Is and that shod get him Boston Transcript THE COTTON GIN slow Ell Whitney Its Inventor Clot His Grent Idea Ell Whitney the Inventor of the cot ton gin got the germ of his great Idea from seeing through the Interstices of a hut an old negro work u Laud saw among the frostily picked cotton stored withinThe teeth of the saw tore the lint from the seed easily and quickly and young Whitney he was barely thirteen at the time realized at once that a machine working a number of similar saws simultaneously would revolution ize the cotton growing industry He said nothing to anybody but set to work building models and experi menting Ills dilllcultlcs were enor mous for he not only had to make his own wheels cogs etc but he had also first to forge his own tools and even to manufacture the paint wherewith to color his many plans and drawings But he succeeded in the end and though the outbreak of war and other hindrances prevented the Invention from being actually placed upon the market until many years afterward the first complete cotton gin ever con structed was built from those very models and plans and with scarcely a ingle alteration I IIdeal Buggiesand Harness IrwiE want every man who can make it possible to see the home of the Ideal oneoMay 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 we are going to make a Special price on Idea Buggies and Harness- We will on that day in addition to tho special price Pay Every Purchasers Railroad Faro to Owensboro and Back Home where they hay of us a buggy or set of harness Owensboro on that day will turn the city over to you and make you have a good time so come told enjoy yourself and while here give us an opportunity to show you the biggest line of buggies and harness you evict looked at Yours for more bus- inessTheTJTurleyCoInc Davis St also Frederica Street 4 Owensboro Ky 4 4 m uo n 4 Old Fashioned Barbecue 1 and Picnic i At IIARDINSBURG in tho beautiful grove on Clover port and Hardinsburg turnpike near the tollgate Tuesday July 44 05 i It is not too early now to begin to bear in mind the into and place of this barbecue and picnic for wo intend to make it the most successful one we have ever given Jno OReilly Hardinsburg Huse Ale nndcr hook Props Jubal Hook Hardinsburg rN Pate Mattingly J j tfJNoJ 4 w u l slot Weather Plies Persona afflicted with Piles should be careful at this season of the year Hot weather and bad drinaing water con tribute to the conditions which make Piles more painfai and dangerous DeWftts Witch Hazel Salve stops the pain draws out the soreness and cnrts Get the genuine bearing tho ame of E U DeWitt and te Co Nothing Left For Armament Two young Texas men were talking over the many strange things they had seen and heard in New EnglundII That man I was talking with yes terday said one of them he told me that when two fellers in his section have a dispute about land or anything they Just go to law and site each other for damages or get an allldavy or some thing of the kind lhatsfnil well enough for the one that wins said the other man but how about the feller that loses Does he go out and buy n gun and get even or whatall As near as I cnn make out said his friend by the time its settled the man that loses hasnt any money to go buying guns or even hiring em and If he owns one its moren likely to be In pawn Youths Companion O rrr KrKksKp yrrrrrkrtr rrrr i i If its Something jj i Upto Date You Are h r I Wanting in i Millinery Goods J- It j t will pay you to call and t inspect my stock Tho styles S tnrc not only the very latest J f but the prices are the prices t that please 1 also carry a r kat Ladies Skirts S t My line of goods this sea S J son is the nicest 1 ever had r and I am now ready for cus jtowers j S Mrs P McCoy f c I x IIrvington Ky r SPA i1S1A iPAitiISlSt ASt AAAitS1A AAtAi1S1 FREEonnn for to or new r I 1 of j Suits I They are black for wear fancy Casslmeres and Worsteds in light medium and dark patterns for business wear They are GUARANTEED AXJrWOOI and in thoroughly uptodate styles What we ask you to do is to write and ask for samples and measure blanks you saw TIllS ad in TIllS paper Ours is the largestavid oldest house in our line In the South We OWN our bulldlnlr and have done business on SAME SPOT for over FORTY We sell CLOTHING BATS and FURNISHINGS for men boys forever EXPRESS on J5 worth and 1SUBJECT APPROVAL Style books for aU lines free on request Let us hear from you b WE ARE DAILY ei At our several yards and are prepared to supply your wants with Jf- T1 JJ- I stock at prices that we arc sure will please you I Suppose you give us a chance to figure on your next requirements In the 4 lumber line I JP Co Ik kiU m 7 for 1VMMMlWN1 WiMrM To All Of Our Weve UncleII joedImensSpring atl0 andI LEVYSThird LOUISVILLE UNLOADING LUM ERMEN mLOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Subscribe T5he NEWS Subscribers Hired FREE c She Third Power Mr Everitts great hook that is revolutionizing agriculture and bringing farmers to theIfront where from the importance of their business they should bo Farmers will practice what this book teaches if they will only rend it BECAUSE it isII to THEIR INTEREST to do so and against their interest to not to do so Therefore read this new told wonderful book learn the amazing revelations that can be secured only from it Farmers have been kept in ignorance of their own power and how to use it too long al a ready but now they can como tho broad bright light of a perpetual day ahead of them They have been the helpless tools that worked for the enrichment of others ever since the i present system of pricing crops or boards of trade was in vogue Now they can throw every I parasite off their backs fore- verFarmers fJr Will Come To The Front and they will lift up every legitimate business with them The Third Power book and that peerless publication UPTODATE FARMING i teaches how Wo want you to learn so this community and our country enjoy the great est degree of and permanent prosperity the BRECKENRIDGE NEWS needs no introduction It has always stood for tho elevation of the masses equal opportuni ties equal rewards measured by merits told for treatment of tho masses by tho classes We are glad to odor to our old subscribers and new ones that wo hope to secure the truly great works mentioned above Wo have examined them and cannot conceive of anything t that bo more beneficial to this community than a wide dissemination of The Third if Power and a reading of UPTODATE FARMING Oldsubscribers who are in arrears can get the advantage of this offer by paying all Farrearages up to date C Town State The Breckenride News Date IPO ThirdPowerInclose 100 a years subscription The BreckenrWo News i u i Subscription begins Name Old Subscriber Address Agents name J i 1i 1 1 f IF 1 Thibet dress and made saying the YEARS and SHOES sendailwggooode TO 1 LUMBER choice NEW a Will i into i i will i fair will I I Three for the l price of oneff The News 100 i li- The Third Power 100 l t Up te Date Farming I 3 mo 15 r 215 f All for 100 f I tt- s P I Closing Out Sale in Our Four H Department Storeshas been far above our expectation and though lots of goods went out our stock is so large that it hardly shows any less then when we commenced this sale of I LDry Goods Clothing Shoes Notions Hardware Groceries etc Such as is Kept in a General Store i Please do not ForgetTHAT A SALE LIKE THIS IS A RARE OCCURRENCE AND SHOULD NOT BE MISSED BY ANY ONE IN NEED OF ANYTHING IN OUR LINE Prices are Cut Away Down and Profits Are Not- E I saleff We have been in this town now several years and by square and fair dealings keeping strictly one price for all with no deviation and no mis representation we flatter ourselves that we have the peoples confidence to believe what we say we mean I va No Goods will be charged in this Sale Csh or Produce r t Only will be taken 1LAAs with the rush we have had no matter how large a stock we have must grow less every day at the way we slaughter goods we advise those in need of any article not to wait or delay as we will not reorder any more goods s ml tLW J SCIIOPP Stephensport Kentucky The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY May 10 1005 MRS EMEL1NE WILSON DEAD Succumbs to Liver TroubleWife G Former Postmaster The illness or Mrs Emeline Wilson x relict of the late Jonas Wilson which was mentioned in last Weeks News culminated on Tuesday night at 11 i oclock after the press hour of thatJ issue in her death Mrs Wilson na been ill of liver trouble about six I weeks bnt her condition was not con 4 sidered nritical until a few days be t 1 foreMrs Wilson was about fifty eight years of age She was a Miss Tate and a native ot this county She was twice mauled Her first husband WEtS John Tate Two ohildrenMrs Nannie I Ross and Eddie Wilson two sisters Mrs Nanny Frank and Mrs Conner Johnson and a brother Milt Tate o near Hardinsburg survive Mrs Wilson She leaves also several stepchildren Mrs Wilson was born near Stephens port She resided at St Joseph Mo for a few years and in this city at different periods She was a member of tub Baptist church The funeral was held last Wednes day afternoon from the residence on the schoolhouse hill and the inter ment was at the city cemetery Rev P L King conducting tho services A Picnic Party i Should always carry along a bottle of I Paracamph In case of a bruise or a sprain it relieves the pain instantly and cures quickly Also the best re Jmedy for S un Burns and prevents I Mosquitoes and Chiggers from biting j you rThe Noble Outcast June 1 I Wlthe Noble Outcast a comedy drama In four acts will be presented by the Clover Dramatic Club o- A Clover Lodge No 42 A O U W 1i on Thursday evening June 1 The f play will be given for the benefit of the lodge Those who have been rehearsing for it are the following MiasesvCarrie Tncker Grace Agnew and Josie JBerry and Messrs Jno Nedbauer Edmund Wroe Geo Wen r l delken and Wm Wilson I Barn Burned At Tobinsport A large barn belonging to John Esarye Jr was burned at Tobinsport Tuesday night of last week atter tbeII press hour of the News A crib 200I busheh of corn a lot of taled hay aII eI werfdestroyed also by the flames All the stock in the barn was gotten out be tore the fire gained much headway The origin of the fire is unknown Mr Esarey has not made an esti mate of his loss He had insurance o only about 75 DynamitedSometimes a flaming city is saved by dynamiting a space that the fir 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 My wits had a very aggravated c6ngh which kept her awake nights Two physicians could not help her so she took Dr Kings New Discov ery for Consumption Coughs and gavefher sleep and finally cured Strictly scientific cure for bronchitis and La Grippe At Short Haynes drug store price 50o and 100 guaranteed Trial bottle free Freight Engine Leaves Track The trnuKs and the blind drivers on the engine pulling freight train No 05 left the track at the corner of Elm and Railroad streets Thursday after noon These wheels ran on the cross ties for a distance of about 200 feet before the train was stopped bnt no damage was done The heavy raiu early Thursday afternoon washed a sediment ol mud to the depth of about ten inches over the rails at the Elm street crossing causing the accident It was fortunate that no cars left the track and that only part ot the engines wheels ran on the ties a large section of the train was on the Clover oreek trestle shopsfI and pulled engine on I the track A crowd gathered snortly after the accident A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES Itching Blind Bleeding or ProtrudIng Piles Druggists refund money It PAZ1 any case no matter of how longtandinglin 6 to U days First application gives ease and rest SOC If your hasnt It send 50c In stamps and It I wince forwarded postpaid by Paris Medi cine Co St Louis Mo How They Got Their Names The United States Geological Snrve has just issued a very interesting bulletin setting forth the origin of names of conntiescities townsrivers etc in the State of Kentucky The information contained therein was ob tained after the most careful researchI by experts of the bureau The part devoted to towns counties etc 1 in this part of the State is as follows springfrises near I town Brandenburg for a province i Prussia Hancockesigner of the declaration of independ ence Eardinsbnrg t for Captain Willia Hardin a pioneer Sinking creek so named because i sinks beneath the surface of theI ground H distance of six miles A Creeping Death Blood poison creeps no towards the heart causing death J E Stearns Belle Plalne Minn writes that a friend dreadfully injured his hand which swelled up like blood poison ing BuoKlens Arnica Salve drew out the poison healed the wound and saved his lift Best in the world for burns ana sores 25a at Short Haynes drug store Are At Bedford Ind Robt W Lewis and family are at Bedford Jnd where Mr Lewis and his son Willis Lewis have positions with the lSouthern Indiana railroad Mr Lewis has a position in the pat tern making department of the rail roads shops at which he was em ployed by the Henderson Route during his many years of residence here His son is in the coaon building department Grounds Ready For Barbecue Jno OReillyHuse Alexander Jnbal Hook and WN Pate have the grounds cleared and in shape tor the big barbecue I they will give near Hardinsburg July 4 Issued Patent onWindow Mrs Sue H Mercer formerly ot Glendea1e bas been issued n patent on a window fit GRAYAs its offering of respect to the Con federate Veterans Reunion the Hen derson Route is distributing a beautiful three color print entitled The Man in Gray which is receiving wide spread admiration throughout- the entire South r The picture which is printed from an etxra fine etching reproduced from MeHooe them celebrated artist of the lUx2n2 inches and is printed on hue enamel ed paper sufficiently heavy for use unframed but equally suitable for framing cardinalmcolors of the Confedercy gray blue andthas peen rightly termed by critics a gemThey are enclosed in strawboard mailing tubes for safe transmission by mall thus avoiding any possibility of breakage and insuring safe delivery Send five red stamps to LJIrwin Louisville Ky for this beautiful re pryduction and after you receive it whether yon are from the North or out of the South yon will be an en thusiastic admirer of the Hero ot the Gray Cleared fur 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 cheeks the brightness of the eyes the firmness of the flesh and muscles the buoyancy of the mind Try them At Short Haynes drug store 25 cents Telephone Boxes Burned Out During the thunder storm Thursday afternoon quite a number of telephone boxes were burned out about town The rain which accompanied the storm was one of the heaviest this year and seemed to come at a time when it was welcomed No serious damage of any Kind was done here A Long Walk Is often followed by Sore lired Ach ing Burning Feet Paraoamph re lieves Sore Feet quicker than any other known remedvlt draws out the fevr and inflammation It cools it soothes it cares 4 D II Smith Has Recovered Hon D H Smith was in town Tuesday on his way to Green river where he will meet the government en- grS to make further investigation asto the feasibility of another lock and dam on Green river about Maw moth Cave Our Congressman has fully recover ed from his severe attack of last win ter and is looking hale and hearty much to the gratification of his Har din county friends ElizabethtownI News Bilious Bill was getting bloated And his tongue was mncnly coated Patent tonicwonldnt cure him Companies would not insure him All his friends were badly trightsn ed- But their spirits soon w re lightened EARLY RISER pills relieved him The famous Little Pills EARLY RISERS cure Constipation Sick Headache Biliousness etc by their effect on the liver They never gripe or sicken bnt in part eaIy rising energy Good for children or adults Sold by All Druggists TilE PROGRESSIVE BLUE GRASS MORNING PAPER There is no question that The Lex ington Herald is the best paper ever published in Kentucky outside of Louisville and for a resident of the Blue Grass or of the mountains it is even a better paper than any paper published in Louisville It gives all the news of the Blue Grass and of the mountains maintaining its special corps of correspondents in all of the counties in which it circulates and sparing neither money nor labor to give a paper wnioh gathers ttte news of its field as with a tine tooth comb With full Associated Press service full market reports full reports trom every race track giving the results and entries the baseball results and with nil the local news of Central Kentucky it is a paper which no cit izen of Central Kentucky can afford to do without Its subscription price is 000 a year payable in ad vance We club with The Herald and offer it and the Breckenridge News tor the sum of IOOO a How Andrew Carnegie Has Spent Part Of His Wealth Libraries in the United States 28 000000 Heroes families relief fund 5000 000 Libraries in foreign countries 5 000000 Carnegie InslitutePittsburg 7852 000 Polytechnic School Pittsburgh 000 000 Employes Pension Fund Pittaburg 4000000Carnegie National University10 000000 Allied Engineer Societies lfiQO 000Peace Temple at The Hague 1506 100Tusuegee Institute 050000- Dunfermline endowment 2500000 Homestead Pa Institute p00 000 Scotch universities endowment 15000000 Gifts to small colleges 17000000 Miscellaneous benefactions in United States 19000000 Miscellaneous benefactions in Europe 2000000 Far annuities to professors 10000 000Grand Itctal 131502000 II Time Tried and Merit Proven One Minute Cough Cure is right on time when it coines to curing Coughs Croup Whooping Conghoto iVis per fectly harmless pleasant to take and is the childrens favorite Cough Syrup With Newspapers Thomas Jefferson wrote Were it left to me to decide whether we should have a government without newspapers or newspapers without government I should not hesitate a moment to favor the latter A government without the press would be a government without publicity and a government without publicity would soon become a governm ent of corrup tion Though its power is often abused by the unscrupulous with an intelli gent people able to discriminate be tween the true and the false the press ln spreiding the truth exer cises a most potential influence for higher and better citizenship May field Mirror h + pt r j I 7 i iV r r THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D and V G BABBAGE 1 Editors and Proprietors Issued Every Wednesday j Subscription Price 100 a year or 125 if paid at the end of year CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate ofII 10 cents per line- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money i iinadvance I tExamine 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 address t EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY MAY 10 1905Ia f THOUGHTS Genuine work done what thou workest faithfully that isI eternal Take courage then raise the arms strike home and right t lustily The citadel of hope must yield to noble desire thus seconded 1 by noble effort Carlyle THKKK is one thing in this town that we are particularly proud of 1 1and that is our choir To sit under the sound of their voices is an IIinspiration their melody a dream t REV P L KING says there is no such thing as tainted money There are questionable ways he thinks of making money but the J money is not responsible tend shouldnt be so charged nnWK dont think it is good taste for any man to get up and abuse his government The government is what the people make it The i people not the government are responsible To abuse government is to abuse the people No government can get above the people This j is a great claptrap of the wily politician to get up and abuse somebody else for his own misdeeds Sour business men are too conservative If a farmer con cluded not to plant seed but to conserve it because crops somejj times fail he would be as wise as the merchant who conserves the money which should be invested in publicity because he has it in bank and lipcause he fears that publicity may not be completely profitable OVKU in North Carolina last week one hundred and fifty car lords strawberries valued at 75000 were held up on account of scarcity of curs Instead of the government making rates for rail roods hadnt it better go to making curs to take care of the products that ftC spoiling for want of ears Its not a question of rates 50I much ns a question of facilities for njoviijg stuff WoxuEittUi indeed is the treatment which it is reported is curing I President Harper of the Chicago University of the hitherto incurable disease of cantor The treatment it is stated consists in adminis tering to the patient a certain fluid solution which has the property of becoming fluorescent when struck by radium rays When the whole I system is absorbed with this solution so that it may be found in all the blood cells especially these affected by the cancer the radium rays are turned on the seat of the trouble The light which they produce is destructive to the germs of the disease There is a disease which is feeding upon the life of the business and the politics of this country It is the cancer of graft The only cure for this is some solution of truth which absorbed into the blood cells of business will when subject to the Xrays of publicity destroy the germs of corruption- It would appear from the developments which are taking place that this cure is in process Wall Street Journal SOMK data lately published in Washington by the Bureau of Statistics are interesting as throwing light on the relative extent to which coffee and teaon the one hand and alcoholic beverages on the other are consumed by the United States and in other civilized countries The record on the whole is not favorable to Americans It is well known that we are the greatest coffeedrinkers in the world exhibiting an annual consumption of 1175 pounds per head which is nearly sixty times as much as is credited to the United Kingdom where the per capita consumption is only about a fifth of a pound In France where coffee has to pay a duty of fifteen cents a round the use of it is confined necessarily to the welltodo Some years ago when there was such a phenomenal output of wine from the Medoc district a quart of good claret could be purchased in the smaller Paris restaurants for a good deal less than a demitasse Germans like coffee but in their country also the duty on the berry puts it I beyond the reach of the poor Of tea we drink but little in compari I t I 125 125 J- I J- I Jo I Excursion To LOUISVILLE and Return i 1 SUNDAY MAY 14 i 11II t tTickets good on trains leaving Cloverport 507 and J52 0- r m and returning on any train of same day For any r further information ask the agent e + N- ii I y son with what is consumed in England the annual amount per capita being only 134 pounds on this side of the Atlantic as against G pounds in the United Kingdom We drink very much less wine than the French or the Italians though we drink more than we used to Even nowhowever the average amount per head is only fiftythree onehundredths a gallon per year Of beer we now drink 1828 gallons per head annually which is about thirteen times as muchas we consumed sixtyfive years ago The amount of distilled liquor consumed by us per inhabitant has dropped from 25 to 148 gallons annually but even now we use more ardent spirits than do the Eng lish the French or even the Russians who according to statistics scarcely deserve the reputation of hard drinkers Harpers Weekly Nasal CATARRHIn Elys Cream Balm cleanses soothes and heals the diseased membrane It cures catarrh and drives away a cold In the bead quickly t I Cream Unlm Ii placed Into the nostrils spreads over the membrane and is absorbed Relief Is Im mediate and k cure follows It Is not drying does not produce sneezing Large Size 60 cents atDrug t gists or by mall Trial Size 10 cents ELT BROTHERS 8C Warren Street New York Realizes Profit on Town Lots HarMnsburg Ky May JSpeclal c The sale of Si Pates lots was a great success They brought 2700 and he reserved for himself eleven lots Four years ago he purchased the whole tract for 1050 This is a good sign the town is en a boom IRVINGTON Earl Bennett was in Louisville last week Mr and Mrs John 4 imp were in Stephensport Sunday Will Hopper hits gone to Love land Ohio to work in a bank Ed Foote came down Sunday from Louisville to see his parents Mrs Bate Washington was in Stephonsport visiting her sister Mrs Helm last week Mr and Mrs Flynn of Louisville were the guests of Mr and Mrs Hensel Sunday Miss Bettic Taylor of Custer is visiting among her friends and relatives for a short time Miss Lena Simmons has return ed from Tell City after several I weeks visit to relatives jiiss Lizzie Fisher of Glendeane is with her grandmother Mrs Tom I3flndy for some time Mrs Ellen Walls will leave Wednesday to visit her sister Mrs Durham at New Haven J W Piggott and1 Harry Kem per attended the Simpers Conven tion in Louisville ThursdayI F It Lord of the Cumberland Telephone Telegraph Co was here several days last week Clarence McGlothlan and Jus Wood of Louisville spent Sun day the guests of the McGlothlans Miss Lena Fallow of Brandenburg has returned home after a hweekser sister Mrs GantMrs Will Cain and daughter Nellire visiting her mother Mrs A B Coleman for an indefinite stay Mrs George Calhoun of Ow ensboro has returned home after visit to her niece Mrs E W GravesG Marshall and little RuthI spent Friday in Guston the guests of Mr apd IlrSIAlbert Marshall Little Victor Lyons entertained his many friends Wednesday afternoon in honor of his sixth birthdayJ Clay comb the popular insurance man says that ho never found business better than the past week Mrs Lulu Smith andchildren left Tuesday for Louisville where they will remain for a week visiting her brother Mr and Mrs Ed Watkins of Bowling Green were guests of their sister Mrs Mudd for several lays of last week Miss Nellie Dowell was in Evansville last week attending the Womens Board of the Cumber land Presbyterian church- C J Hcusel was sent by the lodern Woodmen hero to Frank fort as a county delegate State Deputy Wood is here working up the local camp o Mr and Mrs G T Marshal left Monday for Kansas city to attend the Southern Baptist Convention which will convene there the second week in stay They will visit friends and relatives while away Rev E W Graves left Mon day for an extended trip to California and while there he will at tend the general assembly of the Cumberland Presbyterian church which meets at Fresno the middh of May Henry Wattersons Letters from EuropeWill Be I A Leading Feature of The CourierJournalDuring THERE WILL BE MANY OTHER ATTRACTIVE DEPARTMENTS ALL GOING TO MAKE A COMPLETE NEWSPAPER Mall Rates Daily CourierJournal 1 year 6 Dally and Sunday 1 year81V- eekly 1 year 1 COURIERJOURNAL COMP4NY LOUISVILLE KY By a Special Arrangement you car get the- BRECKENRIDGE NEWS and the WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL both one year for only 150 This is for cash subscriptions only All subscriptions under this combination offer must be sent through the BRECKENRIDGE NEWS OFFICE Cloverport Ky- 7AAAAAAAAAAAAA4 AAAA AAAAA a Your Watch Repaired 33and = GuaranteedFF If we dont do as we say we will we will return your money have firstclass and guar 33Weteed goods In watched chains charms rings spectacles silverware etc aty Prices You Cannot Duplicate Elsewhere Wo live here and everybody knows us It our word Is not good dont believe what we say Our big sales and Im mense amount of repairs speak what people believe Ta YOUR Ca JEWELERSEE HARDINSBURQ KENTUCKY E mVntyvvy1yyyyrymyyyy CURE CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS 11 Best Couch Syrup Tastes Good Use In time Sold by druggists CONSUMPTION J WlNCHtSTERNU LACK BLACK POWDER SMELLS t The ee Nublack is a grand good shell good in construction good because it is primed with a quick and sure primer and i good because carefully and accurately loaded with the best brands of powder and shot It is a favorite among hunters and other users of black powder shells on account of its uniform shooting evenness of pattern and strength to withstand reloading A trial will prove its excellence ALL DEALERS SELL THEM o iAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA A The Diadem Roller Mills o One of the Lending Mills in the State Every Sack of Flour Meal or Feed Guaranteed or Money RefundedJJ We deliver at nil points along the railroad and river Let us have pricesIE 3 discountsEWe also have in connection a 33LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE E We are now prepared with firstclass horses and vehicles to serve the 4 public We want the trade of the traveling public Teams and horses E 5 at all hours Call and see u- sFARM E MACHINERY = Best bargains in corn drills ever offered Three Campbell Corn 4 Drills we will close out at less thaI cost We carry everything in the 2 implement line Garden Plows Mowers Rakes Reapers SelfBin ders COln Harvesters Shredders Advance Threshers and Empires 4 We also handle two different kinds of Hay Presses they are modern uptodate and can turn out more than any other press on the market 5 Let us figure with you We have the best brand of fertilizer and the most reliable that money can buy at the very lowest cash price or on terms i B C DIECKMANS SONS Merchant Millers and Grain Dealers STEPHENSPORT KY = TTYYTTYYY YTYTYT VTTTTTVTTT T TTTTT VfT VYTTYYYYTTY YYT Y tlfaalLtitltitM ewfNNMM N iIFiII WHICH WE KNOW 1WILL1 lOUR STORE iWe started out to make our store a public necessity = as well as a benefit and our whole endeavor in the futurefII shall be given to this same end by thinking first ando f always of our customers gain and not of our ownZ f iiOUR POLICY Ye decided when we embarked in the business toTT up 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 it is the one that pays in the end OUR STOCK We carry a stock unequaled in price and in quality and we know that our customers appreciate the merits of our goods Wo carry everything the trade calls for but if there is anything in our line you want which we have not got kindly tell us about it and it wont take us long to get it OUR PRICES- We believe in being economical and adhere to the idea of transacting business upon business principles Tor this reason our prices are the lowest consistent with the class of goods we carry and we guarantee that when you purchase a dollars worth of goods from us you willInet 100 cents worth in return OUR EXPERIENCE Wo do not profess to know it all but we do maintain rfthat we 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 IlndIwhy Not because we had in mind our own success when we have done anything but because wehave worked to please and to satisfy our customers Give and it shall be given unto you says the good book and inIworking up our trade we have always found this the right thing to do every time OUR HOPES Wo aim to give a better and a more efficient service to our pntronsfuxr1l1 the coming year and wo hope in this way not only to satisfy in a greater degree our presII ent clientage but that these by praising our store and our service will gain us many more customers Do not lay away the paper until you have read our adver i irtisement You will find a lot of bargains from week to week Read about them then visit our store buy of us and save mon yJRemember always thatua penny saved isja penny earned l H MEYER Big Spring Kentucky It1NNMNN ti a 1 To Cure a Cold in One Day In Cures Two Grip Days Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets A PH 4 on everi Seven Million boxes sold in past 12 months This Signature Q STfraiftr bOX 25c r- aa i 1 J Advice to the Aged Are brings Infirmities such as slug i ab bowels weak kidneys and blade r Sir and TORPID LIVER k 1uttsPilisI K have a specific effect on these organs stimulating the bowels causing them to perform their natural functions as r hi youth an- dIMPARTING VIGOR to the kidneys bladder and LIVER v They are adapted to old and young t f 7 The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY May 10 1905 I V Linseed oil OcS H McCracken Millinery goods Miss Judith Miller r White lead 5 to 6c SHMcCrackeni D W Murray was down from West J 1 JL Point Sunday Mrs C M Stephens went to Owens boro Friday to visit relatives Let me figure on your room save i GregoryiMrs J D Brashear ot Louisville is I+ f the guest of Mrs R L Newsom w 1 See S H McCracken before purchas ilint Telephone 413 D H Severs has been at horns from the South part of the past week S HMcCracken will sell best quality Iii mixed paint for 120 per gallon Wall paper 1005 styles as low as 3 cents Per rollEdward Gregory J Mary DeHaven returned Satu r 4lAlhday from a visit to relatives in Owens borotiMrsJH Stites was down from Louis rvjlle part of last week the guest of friendsJPlenty of fresh clean paper now in i stock3 to 10 cents per rollEdward i Gregory Floor paint 120 per gal all shades t f uaranteed to be the bestSoH Me rCracken Norman Whitehead of AlamedaCalr a has been visiting his brother Ed Whitehead The way I sell paper you only pay five cents per roll for the hangings Edward Gregory v Miss Marnfe DeHaven was the guest of Miss Elnora Lewis at Addison Wednesday r evening Mrs E Barnes of Ramsey Illar c rived Thursday for a visit to her sister inlaw J J Dyer f Latest styles in millinery goods can be found at Miss Judith Millers new y stand on Wall street Chas Hinsdale of Dallas Texas will fitr arrive next Saturday for ashort visit to 1 his aunt Mrs A R Fisher p Ladies visit Miss Judith Millers nw stand on Wall street and see the bargains she has in millinery goods Misses Benola Hull and Maude Polk went to Owensboro Friday for a visit to Mrs Geo L Frank on Crittenden4 street MrsElla Gregory and little daughter Dorothey returned last week to Bian denburg after a visit to Mrs Grant Gregory fr Father Aloysius Meyering of Browns Valley and Father Geo Conner of Owensboro were the guests of Father tP C Brey part of last week 4Annie the other day I was np at t the depot While there I stopped in at II fy Prestons to get you a bag of fresh roasted peanuts I was surprised 131- 11rl has the cleanest nicest goods I have c seen for some time notions groceries candies cakes soft drtnksico cream tM everyboayJ salt rising bread Billis a hastier an fr old railroader He is talking about Be having an electric line bulltfrom here to Hardihsbnrg via the Tar Springs j SCOTTS oj r EMULSIONr t Scotts Emulsion is the I means of life and of the en fv joyment of life of thousands of v men women and children To the men Scotts Emul J urCv tsion gives the flesh and l strength so necessary for the ii r are of consumption and the hey repairing of body losses from lany wasting disease 1 For women Scotts Emul fsiondoes this and more It is r a most sustaining food and tonic for the special trials that i ifF women have to bear 1 j1 To children Scotts Emul fi vsibnk gives food and strength iHr growth of flesh and bone 1 blood For pale girls- for thin and sickly boys Scotts t irr helpvI SondforfreetampleS- COTT BOWNE Chemists 400415 Pearl Street New York BOo and llIioolj all druggists I e Subscribe for the NEWS Roof paints from 40 to 80 cents tlpe- rgnlS H McCracken Miss Elnora Lewis of Addison was here last Wednesday with her brother Temple Lewis and Sunday with her I brother Frank Lewis the guest of Miss Mamie DeHaven Mr and Mrs V G Babbage and daughter Tula Mrs J A Ross Misses Grace Eva and Edith Plank Rev PL King J E Keith and W B Oelze at tended the county Sundayschool con vention at Irvington Thursday BLOWN FROM RIVER BOTtOM Richard CreedenVi Hemarkable CM cape From IJrooklyn Tunnel Richard Creeden who was reocnty blown from the heading of the Brook lyn tunnel under the East river de scribes his experiences as follows says the New York World Well If I hadnt known how to swim I wouldnt be here now I got these cuts and bruises from the timbers fall ing around me I thought everything was over with me but then I thought Id make a fight for it So I pushed the timbers away and went through the hole as fast as I could Yes it seemed like a hundred years to me Its a long way through twentyflve feet of water for a man whos out of breath pulling timbers away It was 8 oclock when we went Into the tunnel and it wasnt twenty min utes before the blowout came There were live of us In the heading Jack Sheehy and I on the apron Thp apron Is a platform for the men to reach the upper part of the shield The shield Is fifteen and a half feet high and has doors for digging and the apron stands about half as high Qurbeads were about two feet from the toP The first break came on the south side of the tunnel and Jack Sheehy yelled Bags Bags for me to hustle him some bags of sawdust that we al ways have lying around for breaks Jack threw two bags into the break which was about a foot in diameter when it first appeared but as fast as he stopped the hole up the mud gave away around the edges Just then the top went out right over my head 1 had a bag 10 jny hands ond slapped It into the hole It stucle there for about one second and then went up like a shot with me hanging on I was pinned In with timbers and choking with mud I stuck In the hole at first while it was small and I knew I was going to be a dead one Inside the next minute The air was still keeping the water back and the four other men had a chance to get out by the back door while I was stopping up the hole There must have been about half a minute from the time the first break s1 ked Then knowing I couldnt get back I made up my mind Id get through the hole If anybody could do it I pushed and kicked away the timbers and climbed through the hole the best way I could When I struck the water J swam for the top like a diver I wasnt unconscious and didnt mind the water but I wanted to get to the top mighty badThere were two men on the dock fishing up lumber out of the water I swam around for five minutes before they threw me a line They tried to pull me out but they werent strong enough Pretty soon a policeman came running down the dock and gave them a band I took a half hitch around my hand and held on It almost pulled my arm off On the dock the ambulance doctor gave me some whisky and I threw up stones and mud that Id swallowed coming up through the river bottom I wasnt hurt much The doctor tied this bandage around my head where I got a cut I wanted to go to work again but the company sent me home Yell of Schoolgirls Prodigy of Word The young women of the seminary at Pennington N jwho are Instructed In physical culture under the direction of Miss Earley have during the past winter become very enthusiastic over basket ball says a Pennington dispatch to the New York American They have two leading teams the In- v clble9 and the Stars The Stars yell Is KlckIgowax gowax gowax Klck1gowax gOwax gowax Hoorahl HoorahlI Stars I Stars We are from a basket ball team called the Stars The Invinciblcs receive many scars when goals to throw they try The Stars all yell Oh my I It is just like taking candy from the babyI Joyce Sackett Fairleigh Born April 28 to Mr arid Mrs George Dnrelle Fairleigh Louisville a daughter Jo ye Sackett Fairleigh LOCAL BRIEFS PI Born May 3 to Mr and Mrs John OConnell a son The joint convention of tobacco growers of Breckenridge and Hancock countieswhich was to have been held here Saturday did not materialize Dr Mary Burnham a returned mis sionary from China will deliver a free lecture at the Presbyterian church next Saturday afternoon at 230 oclock Jennie J Owen wife of J C Owen colored died Sunday morning The c FE QC f 3i3tL r 7 DR R P KEENE m RepresentingttV mmTAYlOR KEENE TAYLOR S I IDETISTS 1 i tJ JWill OF OWENSBORO t be In Dr Llghtfoots office one iq week out of ealll month prepared to 11- IVii DenViiI t i I Will be Here May 29 and June 4 L II ST L TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No 46 Dally Fast Train leaves Cloverport 507 A at West Point only arrives at Louisville 715 A M No 42 flatly Mall and Express leaves Clo verport 952 A M stops at all way stations arrives Louisville 1235 p m Train No 44 Dally fast mall leaves Clio verport 448 pm stops at all way sta tons east of Cloverport except Mystic arrives at Louisville 725 p m Train No48 Dally Cloverport accommo dation arrives Cloverport 830 p m WEST BOUND No 47 Dally Cioverport accommodation leaves Cloverport 000 a m arrives Evans vllln 900 am expressleavesHawesvllle Lewlsport Macro Owensboro Stanley Spottsvllle Henderson and Ev ansvllle arrives St Louts 720 p m Train No 43 Mull and Express dally ar rives Cloverport 736 p m Evansvlllo 1030 p m Stops at all stations No 45 dally St Louis fast train leavcsClo verport 11 OC PM arrives Evansville 135 A- lit St Louis 740 A M stops at Hawesvllle Owensboro and Henderson only Chair cars on trains 41 and 44 between Louisville and Evansville Through sleeping cars and reclining chair cars on trains 45 and 46 between Louisville and St Louis Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND Train No 2 Dally except Sunday leaves Fordsville 430 a m arrives Irvington 840 a mTrain No4 Dally except Sunday leaves Fords ville 320 p m arrives Irvington 520 p m Train No 6 Sunday only FordsvillefiiSO a m Irvington 003 a m WEST BOUND Train No 3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irvington 650 am arrives Fordsville 245 pmTrain No 5 Dally leaves Irvington 650 p m arrives Fordsville 925 D m r FREE I jj rOne 1 nice 1C x i20 inch en 11 M Inrgement free with each dozen cabinet size photos atjA- f j fiQ 250 during April only H- n l I W B Oelze Photographer I Latham Sanitarium Established 1898 VINE GROVE HARDIN COUNTY KY Chronic Diseases Treated Successfully CHARGES MODERATE Rational Harmless and Satisfying Methods of Treatment funeral was held Monlay and the inter ment was at Lewisport the former home of the deceased A picture in Sundays CourierJournal showed engine No 16 which fell1 into Green River last year after being overhauled at the Henderson Route shops und a group of employes of th roatlII If Mrs Lillie Parker and two children Raymond and Clara Parker arrived last week from Chicago and are now at the Tar Springs Mrs Parker is a daughter of W T HalHday the pro prietor Michael Tierney of Victoria and Gen D R Murray of Glendeane re turned Saturday from Grovetoa Trinity county Texas where Mr Tierney went to sell a farm of 520 acres in that sec tion The farm is finely timbered an d Mr Tierney decided not to sell at pre sent because the outlook for a better price in the near future is very bright Gen Murray accompanied him as his attorney Between twentyfive and thirty members of the local lodge of Knights of Pythians attended the district conven tion at Owensboro Friday There were more delegates from here than from another y lodge in the district and at tbe business meeting of the conventio- Friday night the lodge here was repre sented by one more delegate than Star lodge at Owensboro The delegates were well pleased with the reception and entertainment they were accorde- by Star lodge which organized all the others in the district If Thos Wroe was reelected a trustee of the public school in the election Saturday Ed Whitehead was a can dilate for reelection and R B Pierce and W V Perkins were the new candidates Under the 1004 law each grad ed school can now have only five in stead of six trustees The board of trustees is now composed of the following TbbsWroe Fred May S H Me Cracker H J Lewis and Lucien Chapin The board will not at pre sent elect the teachers fo the ensuing year yy oIoJ T RI WantszAdvertisements Inserted under this head at 1one cent a word per week FOR RENTSTORE ROO- MFORItENTOne large store room In Ma location For rates and particulars apply to Paul Compton Ifnrrllnv burs Ky FOR SALEPLANTS FOR SALETomato plants Mrs U B Cloverport Ky FOR SALEFARM COU SALEFarm one tulle from Union andbarnstock to sell A most desirable place Write KingsburyFOR SALETUITION CERTIFICATE COR SALETultlon Certificate Bryant R LouisvilleForenrldRo News Cloverport Ky FOR SALE- PRINTING Presses and Cutting machines lot of rood Laundry machines OasollneEnStreetLouisvilleor more torI yeart nt 3 per cent Dunnunttn pay buck monthly Attend college start In buslnesslown a JUUiUUiome etc tsire Bureau Chllllcothe Missouri DREAM ROOK There IIs a cause for every Yourdreaman Important bearing on events that are to dreamoOrderDeptT LOSTSILK GLOVES I OHTBrown silk gloves In Geo Cross Louisville envelope Return to News office FOR SALECOTTAGE FOR SALE Ono eightroom cottage at a partlculflrFOR RENTCOTTAGE IaryJLOSTEVE GLASSES hISSlSFlncler HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES One way second class colonist tickets to South and Southeast first and third Tuesdays each month at reduced rates Homeseekers Excursions to all points to which homeseekers1 rates apply One way colonists rates to California and the Northwest March 1 to May 15 and Sept 15 to Oct 31 1905 Confederate Veterans Reunion Louisville Ky June 1416 1905 For this occasion rate of 220 for the round tnpClovorport to Lonisv He and return will oe made on June 12 to 1C inclusive also for morning trains ot June 10 good returning to leave Louis ville June IUiSpring Rates Louisville Ky May 1905 For the above occasion rate of 2 05 Cloveroort to uonlsville and return will be made on May 9 and 10 good returning May 20 Also tickets win be sold on May 10 to 27 inclusive with final return limit three daysafter date of sale Week End Excursion West Point to Owensboro Saturday May 13 1905 On Saturday May 1U West land Ex cursion will be run from West Point to Owensboro and return Train will leave Cloverport 740 a m and rp turning leave Owensboro 702 p m 100 for the round trip State Meeting 0 A R Louisville Ky May 2324 For this occasion rate of 245 will be made on May 21 22 and 23 Clovers port to Louisville awl return good returning May 25 rI W A Walker II- j I1 1j DENTIST JiJi- Jij Satisfaction guaranteed r M Patronize your homo dentist Ii- M Office over Klnchelocs Drug Store W- JJ HARDINSBURU KY A 1 THE SOUTHWEST- A A GRAND COUNTRY FOR HOME SEEKERS AND INVESTORS EXCURSION RATES TWICE A MONTH Arkansas Louisiana and Texas offer the greatest inducements for persons de siring to own their own homes Cheap land producing almost anything that can be grown anywhere mild climate good schools good water healthful surroundings and a growing country are some of tbe advantages Unexcelled for raising fruits and vegetables for early markets Lacd acrdncan be made to yield 100 to 5200 per acre in rchardand truck farm First and third Tuesdays of each month we will sell homeseekers tickets aredplus trip April 4th and 18th special low round trip ratesless than one way fare 1500 and less from Memphis and Cairo to points in Texas Low rates in proportion from points east of Memphis and Cairo Literature descriptive of above country and information about rates will c emailed upon reqne- stLOSCHAEFERTPA Cotton Belt Route Cincinnati O MEET ME AT NOLTES THE VERY LATEST SHADES IN SUMMER DRESS GOODS r HAVE 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Dont forget that a visit to the Fair may in clude a trip over the 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 IIIIL McGUIRE D PA Little Rock Ark Cincinnati 0 Popham Bros Headquarters for Bargains Have you ever tradedwith us1 If not you arc losing money Here are a few of our prices Golden Crown or Gold Dust Flour 75c per saok Meal 70c per bushel ISo per peck Navy Beans 25 lbs for 100 Northern Eating Potatoes 60 lbs for 55c BKoso COo Chios 7po Pickles Sour oc per dozen Al German Millet 150 per bu Choice Millet 4120 Breakfast Bacon 14c per lb Heavy Bacon Il4c per lb Corn Tomatoes Peas 3 for 25 or 90e 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 Tonic bas stood the test 25 years Average Annual Sales over One and a Half Million bottles Does this record of merit appeal to you No Cure No Pay SOc Endosed with every botUe Is a Tea Cent package of Groves Slack Root Liver tits i I rtj f l I 0- n C n TrJ tW IJ y J I t J Jc It 4 rs 1 j1 1 T j f N iX A yH fT r wThe Ereckenridge News i i WEDNESDAY May 10 1005 Supply And Demand i In a recent address J A bveritt president of the American Society of I Equity made the following illuminat v ing remarks l Them was a time when supply and demand were the factors that Used t the price of nearly till kinds of pro pastllmany years r nonproducers and boards of trade fix or manipulate the price of every staple agricultural product regardless of sup thefrights and welfare of producers or con crowdESt gamblersitf P4 F have been on the increase because they Lrecoguize the grand opportunities of operating between the hbrde of morgan + a ized producers on one side and au equal i l r number of organized producers on the other side Where the carcasses are 1l there the vultures gather Thus v+ e see the phenomena in modern political I i economy of the distance between the I 1 producer and the consumer gradually lengthening and the price paid for a commodity and the selling price constantly widening When the buyer bet he middleman speculator food trultI manufacturer or consumer sets theI price he sets it as low as possible so he can win as much profit as possible It has always been so and always will be so But when the stller sets the price he Bets it to protect himself That is what farmers must dose their own price Strictly Genuine = Most of the patent medicine testi monials are probably genuine The fol lowing notice recently appeared in the Atchison Kan Globe Joe Tack a well known engineer 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 in his stomach and thought he had a cancer His druggist 1ecomI mended Kodol and he says it curedI him He recommended it to others who were also cured Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat and cures all stomach troubles Just as surely as the sun shines your stomtfch can be brought back to its originally I pure condition and life sweetened byI this lasting and truly the greatest digestant known Sold by all Druggists MatthewsPumpl1reyj j Dr JE Metthews and Miss Anna Pnrnphrey prominent young people of Westview were married last Wednesday afternoon at 1 oclock at the home of the brides father M D PumpheyDr is a son of WmI Matthews or West View and a very promising young physician Miss Pumpbrey is a charming young lady with many frlendEiIHAS STOOl lIEI TEST 25 YEARSI The old original GROVES Tasteless I ChiliI Tonic what you are taking It Is ion and quinine In a tasteless form Nocure no pay 50e Will Play With Tobinsport Pnilip McGary and Chas OBrien will play with the Tobinsport base r ball team this season MoUary wlJlI pitch for the Hoosiers ana OBrien will officiate at short ston far them They are two of Cloverports strongest L players ana will materially aid Tobins port in maintaining the tine reputa tion she won last year Hurt at West Point Wm Board of Uloverport braKe man on the Louisville Henderson and tit Louis construction train was j strucK by the Texas Flyer Friday morning and throv fifty feet from I the track His injuries consist of aI J broken collarlboneshonlder bono three f ribs and a general shakeupWest t Point cor Elizabethtown ewsITo Make Ice By June I The Cloverport Water Light Ice companys ice factory is eapeoted to be in operation by the first of noxt month The building is about completed and the machinery is being install eJIMay Locate in Illinois Mr Marion Thomas formerly a barber at Hardinsburg Ky was in 4ecity Monday shaking hands with old friends He IS visiting relatives in and about Derby and is thinKing of locating in Illinois soon Cannelton t Telephone f ri Pt Has Wall Street Stand 7 ttMissJudit Miller moved her stock ot millinery goodslast weAkfrom the re sidence ot John Burn to Con Hippols shoestoreon Wall street the west side of which she is occupying tl New Brick Pavement r W R Embry was setting the curb ing last week for a brick pavement which will be laid sn the west and t churchtTIL L Increase in Rural Routes The total nnmbo of rural free de livery routes in operation in the State of Kentucky on May 1 was 540 tiS against 320 on Jane 1 1U04 Since that date 033 petitions have been referred to the Post ofifce Department 235 have been adversely reported upon and 154 are still pending Among those pending there is one from Breckenridge county In this congressional district there were fiftyfour routes on the first of the month On June 1 11104 there were only twentyfour The State of Indiana has 1034 routes in operation today Tennessee 1U98 A Good Suggestion MrC B WainwrIght of Lemon City Fla has written the manufacturers that mach butter results are obtained from the use of Chamberlains Colic Cholera ana DIarrnoea Remedy InII cases of pains in the stomach and cholera morbus by taking itm 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 te Hayne- sBlackburns Speaking Dates- It is Sot known now whether Senator Blackburn will speak in this county during his campaign for re election He will speak at Elizabeth town Jnne 5 He has no appointments beyond that date- FAIRLY TRAPPED The Clever Manner In Which Ilalzno Outwitted tliM 1ulilUher No man knew the value of Balzacs writings better than the famous French novelist himself a fact which he never failed to Impress upon his publishers when terms were being discussed On one occasion as Balzac sat smok lag in a friendly fashion with a well known publisher he remarked casually Now I want your candid opinion Honestly do you believe that I have aa much talent as Frederic Soulle My dear Balzac how can you ask answered his unsuspecting companion Why you have twice his literary ca pacity Well as I consider his works Immeasurably superior to anything of Eugene Sues I suppose I must have more talent than Sue too Of course you have Twice as much according to you Well I am glad And now tell me honestly as we are discussing literary merits surely 1 am as good as Dumas Betterbetter Thank goodness our opinions coin cide And now since my novels are worth twice ns much as those of Fred eric Soulle and Eugene Sue I demand In common Justice to be paid double what you pay them for theirs There was nothing to be said says one of Balzacs biographers The unfortunate publisher had been trapped hOU ovmen it DlNtrcHH SlKimln nt Sea When ships at sea are In want of provisions and starving the signal used Is u pendant with a ball underneath Should the signal be reversedI1 e ball uppermostIt would signify that the vessel addressed was running into danger If u ball should be hoisted superior to n large square flag it would denote that the cargo Is on fire or ship leaking and requires immediate assist ance All distant slguals are an swered by hoisting a hall at ships masthead or masthead of signal str f on shore and are used at all times when the colors of a ships flag cannot be distinguished The above are inter national signals A Time Limit Im afraid you smoke too touch for your own good said the physician Well admitted the patient I do smoke almost continuously from morn tug till night Why do you do that asked the- M D Because Its the only time I have to smoke replied the victim l have to sleep at night Move To Owensboro Mr and Mrs Wm Gnau of the Cloverport Tar Springs have gone to Otveiisboro to reside Mrs Unan was formerly Mrs Lily Fagen and is a daughter of Mrs Estelle True Nell who bought part of the Tar Springs property last year the same now being in the possession of W T Halli day Is Engineer at Tile Factory Wm Pine has the position of engineer at the Murray Hoofing Tile fao tory He as engineer at the J T Polk companys canning factory last yearMr PIUA assumed the duties of his position ht the tile factory last week Brother Dies at Elizabethtown Charles Hush a brother of Uwinn Rush a fireman of this city and Watt Bush an engineer on the Hen o rson Route droppol dead at Eliza bethtown Thursday Mr Bush was a wellknown citizen of Hardin county Gen Lees Large Funeral II Richmond Va May 4The remains of Gen Fitzhugh Lee were laid to rest today in Hollywood cemetery near those of Jefferson Davis follow ing services at the Episcopal church The funeral procession was the largest ever seen in Richmond Erects Monument at Raymond Proctor Keith of JE Kieth Son the wellknown marble firm was at Raymond Friday and Saturday erecting a large granite family monument at the grave of Alexander Hendry Seventeen Year Locusts Tne Buffalo correspondent of the La Rue county Herald says Quite a little army of the seventeen year looustshave appeared near the surface of the earth and hogs are digging up the land in search ot them to such an extent in the fields 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convictions were obtained Jlust fall They say that it is practically impossible for small in dependent dealers to sell at a profit When the American Tobacco company acquired control of 00 per cent ot the factories and the tobacco output it put this ultimatum proposition to the job bers You sell our goods exclusively and refuse to handle independent goods and we will let you maple 3 pet cent Unrrlea Juvenile Coworker While J M Barrio was composing his play Peter Pan he went to a childrens supper party Among the guests was a little boy whose healthy appetite provoked from his mother the pleading thrpat You will be ill to night Iso mother not till tomor row was the calm response of the contented creature of the moment It r caught and pleased the ear of Mr Barrie who put It Into his play and prom ised to the jjuvenile Joint author a half penny royalty upon every performance Paid For the Advice Old Hunks meeting a physician at the clubDoc what ought a man do when he has an alloverish feeling as It tie were going to have an attack of the l grip Crusty M DIIe ought to con sult a good physician about it Old HunksWell that advice ought to be worth a dollar anyhow Here It Is Ill go and hunt him up Chicago Trib une Vnln Hope Banks can you remember just how much I owe you Thirteen dollars and twentylive centsThats the exact sum eh Thank youWellwhy did you want to know- I thought perhaps youd forgotten it thats all Cleveland Leader Didnt fore 111lr Meekton says he never spoke a harsh word to his wife Yes answered Miss Cayenne but Im not sure whether that Is due to kindness or caution Washington Star Good Advice Is totelll ypur 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 in duces perspiration and removes con gestion It drives away tnat stopped up feeling and draws out all fever and inflammation Try it It wont take a minute and it will relieve you in lessltime Tip knew the antes Tommy He called me a name agen so I jlst grabbed him round do neck wld mo left arm an soaked him good wld me right an Motlier Oh Tommy Tommy You mustnt fight like that It Isnt right Tommy Aw wnt do you know about It mom Hit tin In de clinches aint barred Catho lie Standard and Times Considerate lIe pretends to love music but he never asks me to sing Perhaps thats his way of proving itr No joy or pleasure on this earth quite that which comes into the homeequals baby arrives Who can describe joinedindelicate mite that is blood of their blood and flesh of their flesh And who can depict the hopelessness and dejection that hover about the home where the wife is incapable of becoming a mother Barrenness proceeds from some derange f organsfI Many female troubles cause it Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription overcomes barrenness by stamping out diseases of women and by healing and curing ulceration It tones up the system stops drains and restores strength During gestation it I modifies morning sickness gives elastic r ity to the overstrained parts concerned I 1 1makes the hour of babys coming short painless and gives wonderful 7 recuperative power to the patient Bv making the mother strong and cheerful it makes the little one healthy vigorous and good natured Insist upon the medicine dealer giving you Dr Pierces Favorite I Prescription when you ask for it Substitutes are often dangerous I StIdone wonders for me For years my health was very poor I had four miscarriages but state I taking Dr Pierce Golden Medical Discovery and Favorite Prescription I have much better health and now I have a fine healthy baby For 21 onecent stamps to covet cost of I ofISense Medical Adviser 1008 pages illustrated Clothbound 31 stamps Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N V l Not Fatal No Matter What Doc tors SayWe Know That Heart Trou ManyCases Cured Thor are seven main features of heart disease viz 1 Weakness or Debility 2 Rheumatism or Neuralgia 3 Valvular Disorder 4 Dilation S Enlargement 6 Fatty Degenera tion 7 Dropsy- Documentary evidence will prove thousands of BOcalled Incurables have been absolutely cured by Dr Mllea New Heart Cure Patients often have no Idea their dis ease is heart trouble but ascribe it to Indigestion Liver Complaint etc Here are some of the symptoms Shortness of breath after exercise Smothering Spells Pain In Chest left Shoulder and arm Discomfort In Lying on one side Fainting Spells Nervous Cough Swelling of Feet and Ankles Paleness of Face and Lips Palpitation Nightmare Irregular Pulse NowHeartwhenever opportunity presents 1 can now go up and down stairs with ease where three weeks ago I could hardly walk one block One year laterIa- m still in good health the Heart Cure did BO much for me that I find It a fargreater medicine than you claimed It to beS D YOUNG D D 6D7 North Pine Bt Natchez Miss Money back if first bottle falls to benefit FREE write us and we will mall you a Free Trial Package of Dr Mlles AntiPain Pills the New Scientific Remedy for Pain Also Symp tom Blank for our Specialist to diagnose your case and tell figAbsolutely wrong and how to right Free COLABORATORIES A MENTAL PUZZLE Double ConncIouitiiiHH Developed fcr an Attack of IlluesH Speaking of Instances of double con sciousness Mental Science notes the following case The patient was a girl twentytw years of age She suffered from some affection that may have btttii menin gitis but this Is not known positively She then developed acute maniacal ex citation During tills Illness the pa tient presented sonic remarkable changes of personality such as are seen in hysteria The author does not term the curious manifestations by this name but describes some nine or more different varieties of personality manifested by the patient that are quite Interesting Thus the patient had spells of blindness deafness paralysis etc The most interesting of these manifestations because the least easy to explain was the patients ability to draw the full figure of a nurse etc during her spell of blindness To con wince himself that this was the actual case tho author held a book between the patients eyes and the sheet of paper on which she was drawing or put his hands before her eyes while she was drawing without in any way inter fering with her drawing Her sense of touch was highly sensitive during that period she could detect a line drawn across her drawing paper dates writ ten at the top of her drawing paper merely by touching the paper where the Intruding lines had boon drawn During her normal state the patient could never draw either before or after her Illness FRIENDSHIPS HilTerciiceN Between Those of Men und Those of Women One difference between men and women In their relation to friendship is that a mans friends like him In spite of himself a romans friends or acquaintances care for her because of herself because of her powers of agree- ability her tact or her charm A man may be as grouchy as he likes on occasion He nifty swear at his best friend and treat him as cavalierly as ho pleases yot that friend will wait In patience for the old man to como round knowing well that beneath tho surface are a 1kindly heart and a will ingness to share a last crust with him With her friends a woman may take no such liberty The kind heart ami the good Intentions count for nothing beside a womans bad manners and lack of taste In tho treatment of her nearest und dearest and condemnation Is swift and sure Nothing excuses nor and she Is rarely forgiven Nor would she expect to be forgiven Not possess- Ing that large patience undeniably nec essary to friendship or the power of forgiving and waiting for the Ifgrouch to blow over she does not look for forgiveness when she has sinned against these laws of n womans making Ilath or she gives up her friend and contents herself quite placidly with an other But then as wo said before a woman has no genius for friendship Lugubrious Ilcildut It seems by the way almost forgot ten that It was with a burlesque of lb sen that Mr Barrie made his first bow as a dramatist His travesty of lied da Gabler was ono of the most de licious pieces of fooling ever seen at Tooles theater and In It Mr Toolo as Ibsen himself George Shelton as Tes man and Miss Irene Vaubrugh as a blend of Thea and Hedda were de lightful In one scene Tesman was busy writing a review when Hedda en tered and tho following dialogue took place Tesrnau looking l1PTbea Hedda languidly I am not Thea I am Iiedda- TasmanThen Hedda is there a k in Christianity Hedda very slowly and Intensely There Is nothing in Christianity Tesman Fancy that =London Pall Mall Gazette t I Fame n Wild Deft t Literary fame said a well known author whose name a few years ago was In everybodys mouth Is more easily caught than kept He who has a reputation to maintain has a wild beast In his house which he must con stantly feed or It will feed on him He who writes In a modern language Is but the suicide of his own fame scrlb tiling with sand what the next wave of time will obliterate He gets a short respite not a pardon from oblivion Sign of an Egotist Toward the latter days of George D Prentice as the editor of the old Louis ville Journal a thief got into the edi torial room one night and stole the big dictionary As soon as the loss was discovered Prentice said to his amanuensis Go out and purchase another copy of the dictionary A man who will attempt to edit a newspaper with out nn unabridged dictionary Is an egotist and I do not belong In that categoryRecovered HearingMessrs 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 restored and my speech has become quite clear I am a teacher in our town L U Brown Granger 0 Tne Balm does not irritate or cause smezingsSold by druggists at 50 eta or mailed by Ely Brothers 50 Warren St New York The Sea Lion Very little of the sea lion la wasted by the natives of the Icy north After being cleaned the intestines arc distended with air and allowed to dry In that shape Then they are cut Into ribbons and sewed stronglyI with sinews taken from the back of the animal Into that most characteristic garment of Alaska the kalnlalkn which while being fully as waterproof as India rubber has far greater strength and Is never affected by grease and oil It Is also transparent In Its fitting over dark clothes The throats arc served In a similar manner and when cured are made Into boot tops which are In turn soled with the toufeh skin that composes the palms of tills animals fore flippers The stomach walls which look like overgrown gourds or enormous calabashes with attenuated necks are used as oil pouches while the tough elastic mustache bristles are objects of great commercial ac tivity by the Chinese who prize them highly as pickers for their opium pipes and several ceremonies peculiar to their josa houses Chamberlains Cough Remedy the Very Best I have been using Chamberlains Cough Remedy and want to say it is tbe 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 be cured in much less time when promptly treated For sale bv Short and Haynes A Speaking Aniwt C lPostmasters of the Bill Nye type may soon be unable to read the postal cards passing through their hands unless they have a phonograph equipment in the office If the latest development of tin post card announced in Vienna moots popular favor says the Chicago Tribune Au Ingenious Teuton who has Invented a speaking postal card plans to spread a thin layer of gramophone plaque on an ordinary postal card To this the sender confides his cons munlcatlon and the card goes through the post In the usual way Arrived at Its destination the card Is made to dc liver Its message by menus of a special phonograph apparatus constructed by the Inventor of the new card Canadians Opinion of n Folding Red A man Iron Canada was shown to a room at the Coates House In Kansas City Mo the other night lIe looked around puzzled and called the bellboy hack rays the Kansas City Star Wheres the bed he asked Right here I dont see anything that looks like oneThe boy then pulled the folding bed down from the wall The Canadian watched him amazement on his fare- Well now aint that a darned fool Yankee yap trick he said Sung of the ScnMon When the gold Is on the willow and the maple buds are red When your feet have grown BO heavy that you fear theyre made of lead When the fevers In your system nnd youro lazy as the deuce And your eer ready answer Is n muffled Whats the use Then Its time to hang the kettle and pro pare for making soap Just beside tho ash filled hopper on the orchards sunny slope Then the seasons full of trouble In thin semlsouthern clime For It brings that awful something known as garden makjn time Fallow ground with clods to crumble pa per bags of onion setsIRake and hoe and soil stained garments and a soul that sorely frets At the prospect of exertion even of the mildest kind And your humping over makes you sortO dizzylike and blind Beets and radishes and lettuce peas and seven breeds of bean Poppies marigolds and larkspurs for tho walks and In between These the things Inseparable from the days that reek with rhyme then the tragedies that trouble us In garden makin time Baltimore American Send iq your Subscription now t I iY I CHARLES MAY IS HONORED Elected President Of District By Pythlans At Owensboro The Knights of Pythias district con vention met in Owensboro yesterday says Saturdays Owensboro Messenger The number of delegates lacked but a few of being one hundred and all show ed the best types of the young man hood The largest delegation twenty five came down from Cloverport Grand Chancellor W F Schuerman of Car rollton Ky and Former Keeper of the Seal and Record Wade Shellman of Louisville were guests of honor The delegates were met by the various reception committees at the trains as they arrived and conducted to the Odd Fel lows hallwhere all were made welcome The W O Wbaud furnished the music This was the first meeting of the kind held and A permanent organization was effectedwith Charl s May of Clover port as president and Samuel Banks of Central City as secretary The busi ness of the meeting proper was taken up at 230 p m and continued without intermission until 6 oclock Various reports and fellowship speeches were made and the first rank was conferred on Dr RPKeene and Messrs James L Johnson Ernest Pegram and John Kirk well known local young men The de gree was conferred most impressively and fully TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablets All dru uists refund the money it it falls to cure E W Groves signature is on box 23c Special Train For Farmers Commissioner of Agriculture Hubert Vreeland is arranging to rutsa special train over the State to be known as the Kentucky Alfalfa and Corn Specnl The object of this plan is to arouse in terest among the farmers in the culture of alfalfa and the improvement of the corn crops Mr Vreeland has secured the services of Col Jos E Wing of Ohio an alfalfa expect and of Prof J N Harper Superintendent of the Experiment Farm of the State College at Lexington to accompany the train and deliver lectures along the route Similar methods in Iowa resulted in adding millions of dollars to the value of the Iowa corn cropFarmers Home Journal Among Recent Tobacco Sales The following were among recent tobacco sales in Louisville Louisville House Twelve hhds Breckenridge county burley leaf lugs and trash 3SO S 7 60 to 5460 Pickett HouseTen hhds Breckeu ridge dark flllo to 6 twentynine bhds Breckeuridge burley J50 to fl50 TinkerElder C T Tinker of Slippery Reck Pa an oil well contractor and Miss Laura Elder were married at Mocley ville last wfeoo After the ceremony Mr and Mrs Tinker left for a visit to her rela tires at Louisville and Howling Green Naturally Ills WlfeI wish I had lots of mono ry HeIt one could get what he wish d for I think I should wish for common sense not for money Ills Wife Naturally everybody wishes for what they havent pot They Generally Are- I ate a Welsh rabbit last night How was It It was a dream Cleveland Plain Dealer Some persons are so dry that you might soak them In a joke for a month and It would not go through their stein Henry Word Boechor Because the liver is neglected people Buffer with constipation biliousness headaches and fevers Colds attack the lungs and contagious diseases tako hold of the system It is safe alwayskeptillness would be almost unknown Thedfords BlackDraught is BO successful in curing such sickness because it is without a rival as a liver regulator This great Tamil medicine is not a strong and drastic drug but a mild and healthful laxative that cures con stipation and may be taken by a possibleharmharmTho healthful action on the liver mobs biliousness It has an in kidneysBecauso not work regularly 11tho poisonous acids along with the waste from the bowels get bock into the blood and virulent contagion results Timely treatment with Thed fords BlackDraugbt removes the constipationliver positively forestall tho inroads of Brights disc le for which dii- thero0680 in advanced stages is no euro Ask your dealer for a 25o package of Thedforda Black Draught r I Invitation I I IINic Oak Mantels complete with I l titl On May 13th there is to be an EXCURSION- run from your section to the city of Owensboro We invite all persons t o call and see us4 1 UPsar 2OOOAND I Agents for the Famous Red Jacket So Easy to Fix Pumps Builders Hardware Steel and Felt Roofing Mechanics Tools Sporting Goods Cutlery Screen Doors and the largest assortment of Refrigerators in the State- We v111110 pleased to have you come In and examine our stock Dont tall to do so W A GUENTHER SONS 224226 Frederica Stree- tOWENSBORO KY I III HALLSVEGETABLE SICILIAN Perhaps you like your gray hair then keep it Perhaps not 1 then rememberHalls Hair Renewer always restores color to hair Stops falling hair alsoItnu OnciM u iwplr m 1100 M gray R KHALI 4 cot Z n n t iIi Bank of HardinsburgOFFICERS B F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier DIRECTORS t Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F BeardtDr A N Kincheloe D S i Richardsonii tburglarytpaid on deposits f N NNN N N N NN NNNN N NNN 1 u The Breckinridge Bank Cloverport Ky Cap tal Stock 45100 Surplus 7000 Incorporated Organ zed n 1872 W H BOW IER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier DR F L LIGHTFOOT VPres CHAS B SKILLMAN Asst Cashier Accounts of Firms Individuals and Corporations solicited Any business entrusted to us will receive prompt and careful attention Storage place for packages in our fireproof vault furnished our customers free NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS Interest paid on time deposits QmHM9 IHIeeH i- iI eaNYNfa f- pe First State Bank IRVINGTON KY W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP Vice Presidenl e II H KEMPER Cashier i Account of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited Paid on Time Deposits iiInterests eesereeeawes eraee osaosasee etee esee s = tO= = + = Jj THE The most centrally located and only flrstcliihs hotel In the city milking ai Fifth Avenue UOO rate I itjJJ if i Ii I 8 of tho city A 1 LouisvilleI I K l I ylverythln neat anddennII PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr y 1N N1N00 N N1 N0 + + N + 4 DAN BROOKS CO LIVE STOC- KCOMMISSlONl1ERCHANTS CENTRAL STOCK YARDS LOUISVILLE KY ie + NN + N N NN N I SanforcTs FineInks 6 Mucilage In full assortments of handy size bottles Library and photo pastes to boot JNO D BABBAGE School books etc A j t- Il fJyy Ti t l i r Y i I a + T1 n c rV y- t 4 J1 f Iq LJ f y if jIfl fi The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY May 10 1005 TARFORK Mrs Dclila Jackson told iufan son arc indisposed t Km C L Goll preached nt Hickory Lick church Sunday Miss Lulu Brickoy of Balltown iis a jjuost of Mis Monroe Mar l 1vlli1 Kiln lcGtltjof Kirk iis Miss Stolla Rupcousinw thi m JiTtMrs Juno Biynntof McQuady I Msrcli lur sisteri Mrs O W Kifc mvnth Port Marlw of Pntesville miulr a visit to his fntlier Monroi Mailow Saturdayt told Sunday tiles Pearl Jackson of Mc Quad is visiting her cousins Misses Maxie and Mary Jackson HOY McKinley of Fordsville great ht kl at Tarfork Christiai church Saturday night and Sun tiny The young people enjoyed n dance lust Saturday night at tin homo of Mr and Mrs Chas Tsvboliiur york has been resumed on save Spring Baptist church at this place Hcv Lew Burdotte has contacted to complete the work Mrs Gid Burdette returned tc hot homo Thursday from Clover creek where she hnd been several days with her daughter Mrs Luther Pate who has been quite ill for two weeks It is rumored that there is a scarcity of tobacco plants here This will meet with the hearty approval of the members of the A S of E union which is for reducing the acreage They continue to hold meetings every Saturday evening One of tho greatest blessings a modest man can wish for is a c ood reliable set of bowels If you are not the happy possessor of such an outfit yon can I i greatly improve the efficiency of those i you nave by judicious use of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets j They are pleasant to take and agree able in elleet For ale by Short HaynesSick headache results from a disordered stomach and is quickly cured by Cnamberhins Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by Snort Hayn- eslIARDINSBURG Dr John Eo Kincheloe was inI Louisville last week lion It Ml1 Jolly of Irvington j wits in the city Monday Ul 1D Beard wits at Chenault last wOk on a business trip William Livers of Gnunolton Jnd1tlds in the city Monday Jesse H IISskridge of Owens bozo way in the city Monday Mrs Percy M1 Beard was a visitor in Louisville last week William Hcuuchamp tins com pleted an addition to his lresidence Mrs John Allen sunray of Clovcrport was in the city Friday Mrs C L Heard was tthe guest of Mrs Nora Hoard at Irvington last week II Dell Moorman returned I home Sunday from a trip to Owensboro i lion Ur Heard attended the ThatTired Feeling Is a Common Spring Troublo Its a sign that the blood Is deficient In vitality just as pimples and other eruptions arc signs that tho blood is impureIts too which only thee hazardous full to heed Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Remove it give new life now courage strength and animation I They cleanse tho blood and clear the i complexion ptjno substitute I felt tired all tthe time and could not 1 1Bleep After taking Hoods Sarsaparilla a while I could sleep well and the tired i feeling had gone This great medicine has also cured me of scrofula Mas C M Boor Gilead Conn ei Hoods Sarsaparilla promises to euro and koeps tho promise c WOULD KICK AND SCREAM Babys Awful Suffering from Eczema Could Not Hold Her Tore Face and Arms Almost to Pieces Grateful Mother Says 11 CUTICURA REMEDIES SAVED HER LIFE I When my littlegirl was six months old she had eczema We had used cold creams and all kinds of remedies but nothing did her any good i in fact she kept getting worse I used to wrap her hands up and when I would dress her I had to put her on the table for I could not hold her She would kick and scream and when she could she would tear her face and arms almost to pieces I used four boxes of Cuticura Ointment two cakes of Cuti cura Soap and gave her the Cuticura Resolvent and she was cured and I see no traces of the humour left I can truthfully say that they have saved her life and I should advise any one sufferingas she did to give Cuticura a fair trial Mrs G A Conrad Lis bon N H Feb 7 1898 FIVE YEARS LATER Mrs Conrad Writes flIt is with pleasure that I can inform you that the cure has been per manent It is now six years since she was cured and there has been no re turn of the disease since I have advised a lot of friends to use Cuticura in all diseases of the skin Instant relief and refreshing sleep for skintortured babies and rest for tired fretted mothers in warm baths with Cuticura Soap and gentle anoint ings with CuticuraOintment thegreat skin cure This is the purest sweetest most speedy permanent and econom ical treatment for torturing disfigur ing itching burning scaly crusted and pimply skin and scalp humours Sold throughout the world Cutlturi Ittioltfnt 40c In form of chocolate Coaled Pill 8Jc per rial of 60 Intmeol Me Soap SSc Totter Drug a Chem Corp Boitoo Sole 1ropi Of SeDd for Cutlcurt SUn Book1 county Sundayschool convention held at Irvington Thursday Miss Minnie Murray and Thos J Moore were at Glendeane Sunday visiting friends Mr and Mrs Philip McGaiy of Cloverport were the guests of his parents Mr and Mrs J S Mc Gary last week Mrs Mary Aikcn of Graham Texas arrived last week to visit her sister Mrs Clayton Beard and other relatives Mrs W H Thomas of Leitch field and Mrs Jesse Payne of West Point are visiting their mother Mrs Mary C Heston Misses Ratio Eskridge Anna Kincheloe and Arthur Scott at tended the county Sundayschool convention held at Irvington last Thursday AWAKENING OF CHINA How Celestials Are Impressed by Japanese Success THINS THEY CAN BEAT THE WEST Chinese OOlclulii Over the Empire Arc FornilnK Large Armies Peking Government HUH Secured Pledges For 15000000 Tuelfl For Military Reorganization Why Sonth China Favors a Japanese Protectorate Notable among the many effects of the present eastern war already ape parent Is the growing unrest among the better classes of Chinese says a Shanghai correspondent of the New York Globe Through all the ages they have been taught to regard tho Japanese as little men and not In Lilly sense their equals On the other hand the occidental has been trying for the last threequarters of a century i to Impress upon the Chinese mind the notion of the vast superiority of tho west over the east and strange to say had succeeded In making a consider able number of Chinese accept the un palatable dictum that the man from overseas was really their superior Moreover among the occidentals who of lute years have been thronging the marts of the orient were those known as Russians from tho great Russian empire and who had so Impressed the Chinese with their display of strength and greatness as to lead them to be Hove that the great Russian bear was tho greatest most to bo dreaded world power under the heavens And now behold1 Tho men whom they had regarded as the least powerful on the earth have almost annihilat ed the magnificent armies of tho great and dreaded bear At first the Celestial could scarcely believe his eyes but Japancse ucccsa I after success has rubbed open those eyes so wide that ho Is now beginning- to lose mueTi of his respect fear born as It was toward Russia In particular nnd toward all tho western nations In general For If say the Chinese JlttlQ Jaran din s95ncsea8fully meet the greatest of western nations In bat tle what might not China do which Is Infinitely superior to Japan In a contest with the west It Is In pursuance of this line of ren coning that several of the more pro gressive provincial governors have al ready outlined comprehensive military schemes against some future contin gency The central government also has bad a special commissioner can Tossing throughout the various prov inces for war funds and to date has secured something like 15000000 tnels In pledges for the various military reorganization schemes Moreover the various viceroys and Tartar generals over the empire have been making unheard of efforts to raise and equip large armies In the shortest possible tme Time object of all this now activity on the part of the central and provincial governments Is twofold first as pre cautionary measures against possible encroachments of foreigners and see ond to prevent the successful Issue ot- a threatened Internal revolution There Is an undercurrent of feeling everywhere prevalent and strongest among those In positions to know most concerning tho present situation that at the close or before the end of the war now In progress China will be call ed upon to undergo a crisis such as she has never before experienced that ei ther certain powers whose Interests real or Imaginary are large will demand a readjustment of their spheres of Influence to the great Injury of tho present autonomy of tho empire or that rebellions on a scale heretofore unknown will l reak out Whether or not the powers mention ed have already perfected their schemes of readjustment Is not clearly known but that plans and organizations more or less perfect having as an object the dethroning of the present dynasty and order of things are already In working order and Just ready to bo pit Into ac- ton Is a widely known fact Within the past few weeks we have been apprised of a readjustment scheme fairly startling In Its compre hensiveness In brief It Is as follows All tho provinces south of the Yangtso except Yunun are to rebelI throw off tho yoke of tyranny Imposed by the present Peking government and ask Japan to grant a protectorate over the new confederation Yunan and part of Szechuen are to be taken over by the French tho Yangtse region by the Brit ish Shangtung by the Germans while Chill Shensl ShansI Kansu Ill and neighboring Mongolian and Tibetan tribes are to be left to the control of the greatest Manchu dynasty leaving Manchuria of course to the Japanese The educated Chinese V an astute In dividual He sees and appreciates all too clearly tho rapid progress and the reasons therefor of his closest neigh bor the Japanese And ho reasons with himself that It the Japanese his Inferiors can accomplish such wonder ful things In a country Infinitely smaller and poorer than his own great em pire what may be not do And so rea soning he makes his plans The Chinese of tho southern prov inces have long opposed the Manchu rule and often have been on tho point of rebellion On the other hand they greatly appreciate the progress and businesslike methods of the Japanese So It Is small wonder that all of south China should favor a Japanese protectorate with opportunities for developing the country rather than the oppression and stagnation of tho pres ent Peking government Commercially It would be a great boon to the south ern provinces to be under Japanese rule and protection and the empires commerce Is very largely controlled by these same southern provinces 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 otLouiflville Jockey Club May Races May 10th to 20th inclusive For particulars address- J V Becftniann Manager Retail Merchants Association Urban Bldg Louisville Ky lather C Brey was in Louisville Friday Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dis courages and lessens ambition beauty vigor one by on when the are out of order or trouble for a child be bornI afflicted weak If the child urinates too If the urine scalds the flesh or if when the child reaches an age when It should be able control passage it Is yet afflicted bedwetting depend upon it the of the difficulty Is kidney trouble and first should be towards the treatment of kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as people suppose Women as well as are made mis erable kidney and bladder trouble Is soon realized sold by druggists In fifty sizes cent and You may dollarII sample bottle and cheerfulneSss disappear kid neys diseasedKidney has prevalentIto with kid neys often to the with cause the step unpleasanttrouble most men with remedyTheSwampRoot ItIs mall free also pamphlet tell Home of Iiriup Root- Ing all about it Including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer Co BInghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper Dont make any mistake but remember the SwnD1PRooton every bottle t PATESVILLE Mrs Frymiro is very ill Wm Powers was ill a few days of last week Miss Anna Lamb went to Mid way Friday- T W Harmon spent jSnturdu and Sunday at home Elms Dean and Lawrence Lau less spent Sunday here Allah Jarboc and family will leave for Arkansas soon Mr and Mrs Wm Lynchof Mattingly spout Sunday here Pauline Gordon and little sister Edwena have whooping cough On account of the heavy rain there was no mail here Saturday DrT T Milner and E F Gabbert attended the county convention ut Ilawcsville Monday James Lynchand son Vernon went to Owensboro Thursday returning the following day Rev Oldham failed to filUiis regular appointment at the Bap tist church hero Saturday and Sunday RAYMOND The Sunday school hero is pro grossing nicely The lecture here Friday night was wellnttcnded Rev E B English tilled his regular appointment here Sunday Richard dooms will enter tho mercantile business in the near future Muss Daisy Hall of Union Star visited at Mrs Hondrys Saturday and Sunday CH Louis and Harrison Hampton of Sugar Tree Run visited Walter Cashman Saturday Miss Nellie Cashman of Union Star visited her uncle Leon Cash man several days last week Mrs Henry Ba ham and granddaughter Miss Dee Basham of Cloverport attended church here SundayWash Cashman returned home Monday after a two weeks visit to his sister Mrs 0 C Shrews berry at Phoenix Ind THE SEISES DANCE It Is Reputed to Hnve Originated With the AlKiNtlem At Seville In Spain the dances of the seises are gravely reputed to have originated In the apostles having fol lowed the example set by David und danced around our Iord after the last supper While St Augustine contemn ed the dunce devotional St Chrysos tom Is said to have taken part In It and notwithstanding a prohibitory de crew of 002 It was exceedingly popular In Spain at the commencement of the seventeenth century During certain ceremonies the seises dunce dally be fore the high altar of Seville cathedral In the presence of enormous crowds Including the archbishop and all the Now writes niul eyewitness the lancing boys are dressed In the costume of Philip and Marys days with short capes an abundance of stream ers plumed hats and white silk shoes The organ Is supplemented by a string band The old world air and song of the seises have been compared to the music of a comic opera After sundry movements the castanets are used Now writes an eyewitness the dance grows faster and more varied a chasse crolee Is succeeded by a circular figure In which the dancers follow each other round and round swaying their bodies as they sing rhymed coup lets In the soft slovenly accent of An daluslaLOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE PACKET 00I- KCOnrORATED Fast Mail and Passenger Line between Louisville and Evans ville- Steamers Tarascon Tell City Leave Louisville Monday Wednesday Friday and Saturday 4 p m Leave Evansville Monday 10 a m Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 6 pm Through freight rates and passenger icketsto Cincinnati Freight ship nests delivered quicker than by rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED lloverport to Louisville 175 llovorport to Evansville 175 lloverport to Owensboro 75 Splendid accommodations for stock General Office 15415CI58 4th at Louisville Ky C V WILLIAMS 6tF and P Ar GEOH WILSON Supt HAD CATARRH THIRTY YEARS i Congressman Meekison Gives Praise to Peruna For Hjs Recovery + CONGRESSMAN MEEKISON PRAISES PERUNA lion David Mcoklson Napoleon Ohio exmember of Congress Fiftyfifth District writes I have used several bottles of Peruna and I feel greatly benefited I thereby from my catarrh of the head I feel encouraged to believe that if I use It a short time longer I will be fully able to eradicate the disease of thirtyyears standingDavid Meekison ANOTHER SENSATIONAL CURE Mr Jacob L Davis Galena Stone county Mo writes I have been in bad health for thirtyseven years and after taking twelve bottles of your Peruna I am cured Jacob L Davisii r If you do not derive prompt and satisfactory results from tho use of Po run f write at once to Dr Hartman giving a full statement of your case and ho will be pleased to give you his valuable advice gratis Address Dr Hartman President of Tho Hartman Sanitarium Columbus O i Her Strong Point Mrs Wibblesou Is a woman of strong points Isnt she Well rather At tho reception the other evening she gave me a dig with an elbow that left no doubt In my mind concerning her strength of at least one of her points Chicago RecordHer aid Truth Prevails I hope she remarked us she toyed with the new solitaire he had Just placed on her finger this Isnt a cheap ImitationNo answered frankly Its the most expenolve Imitation I could find Chicago News TISTE Light In 35c LINENSr pieces of batiste 50 COLORED choice patterns stylish appearing C and Victory- I confess Dr In the j London the victories of the vegetarian Japanese not strict they fish me to sider faith as to the torment We cannot say It Is of climate them for they fought conquered In all climates We cannot It has retarded In the has turned In their case We a good to learn as she has a good to us she selects she not mistakes so not a reason to eat meat t lOOOOOOOOODOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOl OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQ i Visit Owensboro 8 Saturday flay 13th Fare From Cloverport and Return 100ii Q And while in City Pierson Store extend greetings R and invite you to call and go their immense establish b ment preparations have been made tho 3 tion of visitors Dont miss this opportunity of inspecting n of most beautiful anduptodate Dry Goods stores in tho I 8 state of Kentucky I Bargains For Out of Town Buyers Stylish Wash Goods EMBROIDERED FLAKED BA grounds embroidered bluered green and Cham pagne colored dots Price 19cyardWAISTS AND SUITING Inches wide all pure linen Ideal for or suits Former price 37 He 18cyardPRINTED BATISTE50 pretty colored actual values UCyardPIECES SUITING All silk make and serviceable suits yardVeryyard VeKctnrlnnlttm said Dobbs Argus that though vegetarians for take eggs milk and led recon my necessity differences with havoaand hold that tellectual growth for pygmy giant deal from Japan deal learn from But does copy and does yet see tho tho through Special for accomoda the one f brown worth waists These have have Dress Goods and Silks1II f STRIPED AND FIGURED HAIR In every new and wanted MOII 48csale50Inch PANAMA MOIIAIRExtra coloringsAn r Ucday tnshlon 490yard 1 ALL SILK FOULARDSA magpie i cent assortment of colors with ilgtlres or dots worth 50c yard while they 29cyard Spring Oxfords sumJWo have everything desirable and new In Womens Oxfords for spring and mer 1605 We show over one thousand pairs In plain or patent Kid In the recent lasts Including the popularl Subway shapesI withI ribbon 250eyelets at perpalr Ready to Wear Hats sellingManyeaclImported1 i i Pierson Dry Goods Co FORMERLY PHILLIPS DRY GOODS CO 203205 East Main Street OWENSBORO KY t 11- t b