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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSt IIIITWO WEEK SESSION OF CIRCUIT COURT Adjourned On SaturdayNumber Of Cases Were Settled Qut None Of Special Importance lWas Hardinsburg Ky May 23 Specin1The suits of the heirs of James Miller deceased vs Matthias Miller were submitted forjudgment The attorneys will file briefs and the judge will decide them in vacation In the case of Dr J B Fry mire vs Leo Bosley an order of survey was entered and the ac tion continued until the next term of court The jury in the case of the Louisville Fertilizer Co vs Dr E C Harned returned a verdict of 750 in favor of the defendant On Friday the plaintiff made a- uotion for a new trial which the r court overruled and plaintiff was granted an appeal The defendant in the prosecu tion against Larcus Cecil charged with false swearing gave bail in the sum of fifty dollars and was released from jail In the case of T J Penick vs James Snyder an appeal front the magistrates court at Bewleyvillc the court instructed the jury to find for the defendant and the de fondant recovered his costs ex pendedIn appealed case of John A Odborno vs P Sheeran Bro Co the judgment of the lower court was reversed In the case of Granvillo S Wilson vs Pete Sheeran Bros Co the court gave a judgment ibr the plaintiff The report of settlement with the administrator in the actions of James Lyons adinr vs His heirs and creditors was confirm ed and the case continued The action of Dr Eo C Harned vs Stephen A Davis was contin ined until next term of court MASS OF SORES Awful Suffering of Little Boy from an Itching Humour CURED BY CUTICURA Not One Square Inch of Skin on SvHis Whole Body Unaffected My little son a boy of five broke out with an itching rash Three doc tors prescribed for him but he kept getting worse until we could not dress him any more They finally advised me to try a certain medical college but its treatment did no good At the time I was induced to try Cuticura he was so bad that I had to cut his hair off and put the Cuticura Oint ment on him on bandages as it was impossible to touch him with the bare hand There was not one square inch of skin on his whole body that was not affected Hewasone mass of sores The bandages used to stick to his skin and in removing them it used to take theskin off with them and the screams from the poor child were heartbreak ing I began to think that he would never get well but after the second application of Cuticura Ointment I began to see signs of improvement and with the third and fourth appli cations the sores commenced to dry up His skin peeled off twenty times but it finally yielded to the treatment entirelyIt todayROBERTAve Chicago Ill Dec 30 1897 SIX YEARS LATER fir Wattam writes Your letter of the 21st in regard to the case of my little boy at hand I am truly thankful to say that the cure effected by the Cuticura Remedies has been a most thorough and successful cure to date Chicago Feb 33 1903 Sold throughout the world Cutlcur Rtiolrrot1roe1 601UlotmentDoureSq lOcl I Rue de lalels I notooll37 Cdumbus- Ave Potter Drug and Chem Corptle loRrleto 4OuLtOw0 OunEYUl UIIIIlOIll PRODUCTION OF SWEET LAVENDER BY LOCAL TALENT WAS DECIDED SUCCESS The production of Swcqt Lay ender the comedydrama by Pin ere last Friday evening by local talent was conceded by many to be the best amateur theatrical ever given in the city and the best they ever witnessed The play was given for the benefit of the pub lic school library at the club room of the Cloverport Young Mens Association It was thoroughly enjoyed by an audience of nearly 200 people from whom it received merited praise From both financial and histrionic standpoints it was a decided success and one of the most interesting and enjoyable public entertainments ever given hereNone of the essential features for the success of the play was lacking several weeks of rehears ing resulting in careful persona tion attractive and artistic stage setting and appropriate makeups Of the eleven persons in the play not one failed to perform his part in a most creditable manner and many parts received unstinted ap The case of the Continental Insurance Co vs A Pulliam was submitted for judgment on the depositions and briefs of attor neysCourt adjourned Saturday after a session of two weeks In the case of Clara Parsons vs ShellyQuiggins the plaintiff tiled exceptions to the report of sale and the cause was continuedon said exceptions The jury in the damage suit of Thomas Carman vs Cliff Pile re turned a verdict for the defend ant dismissing plaintiffs petition The case of H J Ballman vs Henry Tucker etc was continued at the defendants cost The action of the Board of Trustees of Irvington vs Robt Jolly etc was continued and the parties were ruled to try the case at the next term of this court The case of J T Carwile vs Mick Meyer having been settled by the parties was dismissed the plaintiff to pay allcosts A deed to the purchaser was ordered made in the case of aicM Dowell vs Alfred Hawkins and the action stricken from the docket Commencement Next Monday Dr Robert J Aley of Bloomington Ind will address the graduates and County Superintendent Joel H Pile will present the diplomas at the com mencement exercises of the high school at the Methodist church next Monday evening The graduates are Misses Lula Severs Margaret Burn Elizabeth Lamb Donald Murray Iva Wine and Louise Babbage The commencement Monday will be the first here in a number of years and there is no little interest in it It will no doubt be largely attended The board of trustees and Prof King wish it to be understood that the public is cordially invited to the commence ment no special invitations being issued except to outoftown people They deserve much praise for a successful school and for creating new interest here in school work as indicated by the commencement which promises to be a most interesting one and the success of Sweet Lavender the play which was presented Friday evening for the benefit of the scuool library School Closes Tomorrow A successful nine months term of the public school will end tomorrow One of the rooms the primary was closed Friday A feature Of the closing of school will be a picnic in Oglesbys woods which will be participated in by all the rooms Preaching at Dukes Rev J S Breer will preach at Dukes next Saturday at 3 p m and on Sunday at 11 a m c plausc Some had longer undo more dillicult parts to perform than others but they were equally as well played and every one of the three acts was without a hitch To give individual mention hereof the work of the plovers would1 be beyond the scope of this article I One of the most commendable an pleasing features was the fact that all those who took part in the play giving much of their time tto ithndno private interest the cause being purely a public one The personnel of the play was as follows Mrs James S Youn gem Misses Katherine Moorman Hay Heyser and Eva PlankProf J P King Geo Younger Jas S Younger LaCe Behen Lawrence Murray Ira Behen W B Oelze They have been requested by the Epworth League and the Baptist Young Peoples Union to present Sweet Layendor for their joint benefit and the probability iis that they will The persons iin the play are members of one or the other of these twdorganiza tions Conference in Session The Owensboro district confer ence began at the Methodist church Monday evening Rev T J Unndolphof OwensboroI preaching the opening sermon The conference will be in session today Thursday and Friday Yesterday was occupied by the Sundayschool conference Today the Epworth League conference will be in session and tomorrow the district conference proper begins Most of the ministers an delegates in attendance arrived Monday afternoon and Tuesday morning Will Meet With Mrs Lamb We are requested to announce that the Ladies Bible Club will meet next Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs C S Lamb on the schoolhouse hill There was no meeting of the club yesterday on account of the conference at the Methodist church Decoration Day Services Hardinsburg Ky May 23 Special Decoration Day ser vices will be held at Fairview church on next Tuesday Dinner will be spread on the ground rev oral speeches will be made and doubtless a largo crowd will be in attendance Moving to West Point Abe Skillman Jr and family are moving this week to West Point where he will have a posi tion at the cement works Dur ing his residence hero ho has been employed at his trade of carpen ter Supper at Ekron There will a strawberry and ice cream supper given at Ekron by benefitIof Ekron Baptist church on Sat urdny May 27 Refreshments will be served from 3 to 9 p m Everybody invited- Educational Notes Hardinsburg Ky May 23 SpeciaLAt the examination held hero Jast Friday and Satur sixtythree teachers entered Edmund Wroe of Cloverport has been appointed examiner by Supt Joel II Pile Circus Comes on June 7 Hardinsburg Ky May 23 pecialThe circus willshow here on June 7 next instead of June 9as previously stated I CONVENTION CALLS MADE BY SUELL lAN Republicans Meet June 5 to Name Candidate For State Senator r County Conventions June 3 Ilardiusburg Ky play 23 Special Clwirmun Gus iD Shcllmaii luis called a delegate pard ty trict foi the purpose of nominating candidate for State Senator to he heldnt Hardinsburg on Juno 5 at 1 oclock p m The county conventions to select dele mates to the district convention will be held at Hawesvillc Brand enburg and this place on Satur day Jane 3 All known Republicans and those persons who willI pledge themselves to support th nominee are cordially invited to attend and participate in the con ventions Call For District Convention Hardinsburg CyMa 0105 By virtu re of the authority vested in me as Chairman of the Republican party of the Tenth Scnotorial district of Kentucky I hereby call a delegate convention of the Republican party of saidl district for the purpose of nomi nating a candidate for the ollice of State Senator to be voted for at the general election to be held in November 1905 to be held at Hardinsburg Breckenridge coun ty Kentucky on June 5 1905 at 1 oclock p m The Chairman of the County Committees of the Republican party of Meade Breckenridge andl herebydmass conventions to be held at thei county seats of said counties on Saturday Juno 3 1905 for th porpose of selecting delegates to the district convention the basi of representation being one delegate for each one hundred votes or major fraction thereof cast for the Republican presidential elec tors at the election held in November 1904G D Shellman Chin Tenth Senatorial District J1 Has well Jr Secy Call For County Convention 1Hardinsburg Ky May 20 1905 By virtue of the authority vest ed in me as Chairman of the county committee of the Republi can party of Brcckcnridgo coun ty I hereby call a mass conven tion to be held at Hardinsburg Ky on Saturday June 3 1905 at 1 oclock p m for the pur pose of selecting delegates to the district convention to be held in Hardinsburg Ky on Monday June 5 1905 the basis of repre sentation being one delegate for eachone hundred votes or major fraction thereof cast for the Republican presidential electors at the election held in November 1904 G D Shellman Chm B C C Jno P Haswell Jr Secy Lists Not Yet Ready Detroit Mich May 15 1905 Mr John D Babbagc Clover port Ky Dear SitIn answer to yours of the 13th will say that lists of winners in the Treasury Contest arc not yet ready As soon as the same are ready full particulars will be sent forward to you Yours very truly Press Publishing Assn In Court Of Appeals Frankfort Ky May 10 Common wealth of Kentucky vs L H and St 1i Ry Co Breckenridge passed for argument to September term 11- e Home Made Have your cake muffins and tea bis cuit homemade They will be fresher cleaner more tasty and wholesome Royal Baking Powder helps the house wife to produce at home quickly and eco nomically fine and tasty cake the raised hotbiscuit puddings the frosted layer cake crisp cookies crullers crusts and muffins with which the readymade food doesIcomparee Royal is the greatest of bakeday helps f ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK HANCOCK COUNTY IS SCENE OF TRAGEDY Negro Fiend kills Will C Brown Wounds Seven Others And Is Then Shot to Death By Posse Inob Shaw a negrosupposed to he nary who shot and killed Will Ilancockothers was riddled with bullets as he left his burning homo Monday night near Waitnmn Hancock himselflin his house armed with a shot ofIshells at arms reach and kept at bay for thirtysix hours a force ape proached his house After he had killed one man and wounded seven others his house was set on fire to dislodge him While the house was burning ho attempted to escape Scores of shots were fired und the negro fell to the ground as he started to run He lived a few minutes though probably twenty shots took ellect There was an attempt to hang him but it was frustrated by Deputy Sheriff KellyDeputy Sheriff Brown the man who was killed was a bricklayer and lived at Hawesvilk1 where his death is greatly mourned He was well known in this city He was here this spring at work on the ice factory and has worked here at other times Ho was a brother of James Brown of Louisville the well known Henderson Route en gineer The men who were wound ed by Shaw are Dr George II Plitt Lowisport Larkin Ford Whitman Geo G Watson mar shalof Lewisport John Jackson deputy marshal of Lewisport Harry Roberts Harry Howard Waitnmn and John Baker Lewisport No Change Probable in Faculty- A member of the board of trustees said Saturday that there is little pro bability of a change being made in the faculty ot the public school the ensuing year though the election of teacnera is some weeks off yet The present faculty has rendered sat isfactory service during the past year and the board of trustees believe there is no cause for a change To Render Musical Program Besides the address to the graduates and the presentation the diplomas the rendition of an attractive musical pro grim will be included in the exercises at the commencement of the high school at the Methodist church Monday evening Mrs Nora Board andchildren of Irvington wore here part of last week the guests of friends LL IOur Cold Waves We Americans are always talk ing about our mountains of gold and coal Hud iron of our fat fields of corn and wheat but few of us ever realize that we have in our climate a great advantage over all other nations In the cold wave which in summer and winter so often sweeps across the landand sends the thermometer tumbling thirty degrees in almost as many minutes we have a constant a never diminishing asset of price less value The wave acts as a tonic but unlike any tonic made by man it curries no reaction No other land has cold waves like ours To the cold dry air of this periodic cold wave which brings extraordinary changes of temper attire we owe much of the keen alert mind the incessent unre mitting energy of our American rnceFrom Gilbert II Grosve nors Our Heralds of Storm and Flood in the June Century One of the greatest blessings a mod est man can wish for IH a nood reliable set of bowels It you are not tho happy possessor or such an outfit yon can greatly improve the efficiency of those you nave by judicious use of Cham berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are pleasant to take and agree able in otleot For sale by Short Haynes Are Able To Be Out Again Conrad Simons of Tobinsport is able to be out again after being confined to his home with a sprained ankleQ Groves of Tobinsport who was operated on by Drs Simon and Wcndclkcn of this city and Dr White of Tobins port several weeks ago is able to be out again An Alleged Fire Bug Ed Smallwood of near Con stantine was given a trial Satur day before Police Judge Barry upon the charge of igniting fires upon the premises of John Williams of the same locality He was placed under a 350 bond to await the action of tho grand jury Eliabethtown Mirror Switch at Ice FactoryeA switch from tho Henderson Route was put in at the Clover port Water Light Ice com panys ice factory last week The side track will extend along tho south side of the factory One Step Towards Union A permanent body taking in both the North and tho South and to bo called the General Conven tion of Baptists of North Amen ca was organized at St Louis last Wednesday F Y 1 The Breckenridge News r WEDNESDAY May 24 1905 A S of E Pointers tljToDiitf Farming Hereafter the annual meetings of the National Union of tho A S of E will be tho greatest so ciety and business events of the entire year Speculation willnot know how to set a single stak until after the annual meeting The way is now open for organ izers to do a perfect work and or ganise strong local unions They do not have to dun the people forL a dollar any more A hundredI will join and contribute to raise a plain charter fcewhercas perhaps ten would hesitate to ipay a dollart each to yet to join The chaste- fee t may bo raised by voluntary contributions or it may be loanedl by a member or members to be paid hack as the local gets th money in its treasury Recent market reports say It was a lively day in wheat Shorts scrambled to cover and Bulls chased thom in May was up three cents How much supply and demand is there in that1 Every year each farmer shouldI do his work a little better than he did the year before The tradi tional farmer that carried pumpkin in one end of the bag Ilnda stone in the other to balance ii- I it made a great improvement whenI he discovered that he could carry a pumpkin in each end of the bag making them balance each other and enabling him to do twice as much as ho hnd done before but withno greater efiort Watch for such improvements Success depends not so much upon work ing IlIlrdllus upon planning inI both little things and big to make a given amount of labor accom push greater results The Bears may growl and the Bulls may paw the dust in thei discomfiture and anger It is all1I in vain The A S of Eo now foundation that is as solid hIlsIIa rock The farmers have some thing to stand upon with a con stitution plain and explicit andI easy to understand with an annualI meeting in which they have fullI representation to direct their allairs Henceforth farmers will make their own lprices Sick headache results from a dig ordered stomach and is quickly cured by Cnarnberhins Slomach and Liver Tablets For sale by Short Haynes I Growth of United StatesII A statistical abstract of the I growth of the United States for the year 1HOII has peen issued Ac cording to the synopsis presented by the New York Commercial it 1 hulks a remarkable growth dur 1 fur a singlel yens During the 11 yoHi1 the population of tIll United jf States increased by 13SO0001 The estimated total for the entire 1 given yens of 1504 was 1L7h200t The amount of money in circula tion increased by S15 1450091 atgain of upwardI of per capita Tilt gain in gold circulation alone was more than i8000000 The i interest bearing debt of the na tion decreased by more than S11L ro0K The IIcJial deposits in flanks increased by 410853405 and the number of persons who deposited money in savings banks alone was 4J70i 15 more in 1904 than in 11MH5 The imports de- creased1 by about tt4000000 The exports to foreign countries in creased by more than 40000000 1 The total export of farm products amounted to S53S43073 This was a decrease from the previous i year Saved By Dynamite Souetimes a flawing city is saved by dynamiting a space that the fire cant truss Sometimes a cough hangs on so long you feel as if nothing but dynamite would cure it ZtT Gray of Calhoun Ua writes My wite had a very aggravated cough which kept tier awake nights Two physicians could not help her HO she took Dr Kings New Discov for s fisj her sleep and finally cured her Strictly scientific cure for bronchitis and La Grippe At Short Haynes drug store price 50c and 100 guaranteed Trial bottle free u WfldHAJI A eREPEATING SHOTGUNS No matter how big the bird no matter how heavy Its plumage or swift its flight you can bring it to bag with a long strong straight shooting Winchester Repeating Shotgun Results arc what count They always give the best results in field fowl or trap shooting and are sold within reach of everybodys pocketbook FREE Send name and address on a postal card for our farts lllnttrattd Catalogue WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO NEW HAVEN CONN tThe Value of the lien tIt will cost nearly 100 to keep a hen one year that is when you have to buy the feed Five 500eThere are three hundred and sixty five days inn year One hun dyed of these days the hens take to moult and consequently can not lay This will Ileave two hunI dyed and sixtylive days for her work A good hen lays every Iother day during this period Thatb would rice us one hundred an l thirtytwo eggs Averaging up the high prices in winter the ergs are worth two cents eachl during the two hundred andsixty live days This will bring 2G4 One hundred and thirtytwo eggsi a year is not a big average hut a small one says a writer in an exchange I have hens that lay two hundred eggs a year und few that lay under one hundred tut fifty but we will not take big figure in our calculation The manure from one fowl will make a bushel and is worth not less than fifty cents This added to the 204 gives 314 That is not all we have the hen leftshe i onei1or ffifty cents if a common one Suppose we sell her at fifty cents 3EIatA Picnic Party Should always carry along a tattle of Paracamph In case of a bruise or a sprain it relieves the pain instantly and cures quickly Also the best re medy lor Sun Burns and prevents Mosquitoes and Chiggers from biting you Tom Shumate Killed Mr Tom Shuumtea well known citizen of Big Spring was killed last Friday by a chimney falling upon him He was undertaking to repair the chimney when it gave way and crushed him to death When he was found he was buried under two foot of brick and the ax he was using in his work was sticking in his forehead being driven there in the fall Ho was seventyfive years oldand his wife survives him Elixabethtown News Time Tried and Merit Proven One Minute Cough Cure is right on ime when it comes to curing Coughs Croup Whooping Congh etc It is perfectly harmless pleasant to take and ia the childrens favorite Cough Syrup Serum Cure For Typhoid Baltimore Md May 18Dr William Royal Stokes and Dr John S Fulton of the state board of health have after nearly four years of investigation discovered what they believe to be a curative scrum for typhoid fever The need ofsuch a scrum has for a long time been fatally emphasized It has long been recognized that an effective curative serum for typhoid fever would be an additipn to therapeutics of incalculable talus and experimenters in various parts of the world have with varying success endeavored to make such a serum Drs Stokes and Fulton have tested the serum they have made in tweneythrce human cases of of typhoid fever There were two deaths and among the twenty one ending in recovery thereI were fteen in which they considered that the favorable result was duo to the influence of the serum The two deaths were due to complications apart from the original disease In both of these cases the injection of the serum caused an appreciable drop of the temperature Six cases out of the twentythree showed no re sponse at all to the serum The conclusion reached is that by the use of this serum the feb rile period may be shortened and the daily variation finny be favorably modified A Good Suggestion MrC B Wainwright of Lemon City Fla has written the manufacturers obtainedduse Cholera ana Diarrhoea Remedy in cases of pains in the stomach colic and cholera inorbus by taking it in water as hot as can be drank That when taken in this way tho effect is double in rapidity It seems to get at the right spot instantly II For sale by Short Haynes Reform in Russia Reality- St Petersburg May 18The todcertain reforms is regardedas liberal and having farreaching consequencesIt freedom for Poles in buying land permits use of the Polish and Lithuanian languages regardato religious toleration- In short it reverses the whole Russian policy for many genera tions and if adhered to willopen up a new eras for the peasantry especially in the Baltic provinces Announcement of the terms of the rescript has been received with many manifestations of pleasure Watterson Arouses Enthusiasm Henry Watterson made a speech at Paris last Wednesday at a banquet at which he spoke of the i achievements of Paul Jones His closing words hurled back the taunt of the British press that Jones was a pirate aroused great enthusiasm It was the hand of Paul Jones said Watterson which first loosened the flag which we adore und which carried this flag defiant and triumph into English waters not merely beard ing the lion in his den but com ing away with indisputable troph iics I do not wonder that they called him a pirate but if ho was a pirate Washington was a high wayman and Franklin was a lobster Lewis and Clark Chimes Portland Ore May l7The chimes for the government build ing for the Lewis and Clark fair have arrived here When President J Roosevelt starts the exposition by pressing an electric key atI Washington he will at the same time start the chimes to the tolling of America and thus signal that the fair is open READ TillS Brownsville Tenn j May 31 1901 Dr K W Hall Dear SlrI have used your Treat Discovery for kidney and bladder troubles and nave been very greatly benefited by it and I can fully recommend it to any one suffering in the same manner Respectfully isles Rives Post matter A TEXAS WONDER One small bottleot the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures allI kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emis sions weak and lame backs rheu matism and till irregularities of theI Kidneys and bladder in both men and women i regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by yonrI druggist it will be sent by mail onI receipt of fl One small bottle is two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure Dr E W HallI solo manufacturer P 0 Box 020 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggists Brain Leaks Commoner Sin is sexless The real reformer begins with himselfA is never alone when he has the company of a good book Wo usually profiit most from the sermon that touches our raw spotsIt is better to think a little first than to do a lot of regretting after wardsThe man who looks at the world throughself always has a blurred1 visionConsidering his reputation for wisdom Solomon foolishly fritter ed away some wonderful oppor tunitiesIt come to pass that there ii- a is vast difference between appealing to law and appealing to jus tice One way to foolishly waste time is to spend today planning to do tomorrow what should have been done yesterday If you told a man while he lived what you put on his tombstone after he dies it would have help ed him more Our chief reason for listening to Wagner music is that it makes us appreciate all the more the music always played as an encore We would like to experience tho sensation of being able to throw a shoe at the alarm clock and then rollover and go to sleep again Hot Weather Piles Persons afflicted with Piles should be careful at this season of the year Hot weather and bad driiming water con tribute to the conditions which make piles more painful and dangerous DeWitfs Witch Hazel Salve stops the pain draws out the soreness and cures Get the genuine bearing the Name of E U DeWitt Co Sells Land Near Big Springjj Master Commissioner Lee Walls of Breckenridge county sold at the Court House doorII Monday 117 acres of land nearIII Big Spring to Taylor Kasey for 500 Elixabcthtown Mirror AJPtJlAoVMMMMIMM- i FREE Tricky Brain Cell The anatomy of tho nervous system and consequently its phys iology was regarded in the pastas very simple Cayal showed that the specific brain cell is an independent unit providedwith multiple processes by means of which it is capable of acting not through one erne alone but sev crag The independent brain un it or cell is called a neuron A simple illustration of how tho neuron works is furnished by 1our not infrequent hunt for a name or an idea which wo know wo possess Wo feel that the name is there but we can not re call it Wo get various names near it beginning even with the same letter or the same vowel sound yet only after minutes or even hours does it actually occur to us What is supposed to happen is that the particular cell of intellec- tion which we are using throws out its process among the cells of memory for names and through this process is brought in connection with cells containing similar names it is only after a more 0 less prolonged search that it hits on the right one It is as if the telephone operator in tho central office felt around blindly for the connection wanted and only after putting the plug into various holes eventually struck the proper one Booklovers Magazine I C Trains Pass Through Here A number cf Illinois Central trains passed over the Henderson Route during the past week owing to a wreck at McIIenry 330 oclock Thursday afternoon in which seven men met death Two freight trains crashed together going at full speed A Lone Walk Is often followed by Sore Tired Ach ing Burning Feet Paraoamph re leves Sore Feet quicker than any other known remedvlt draws out the fey r fled inflammation It cools it soothes it cures 1VMMW IAMINVWM To All Of Our Subscribers nn Date 1o0- In consideration of giving of In a subscription to UlTODATE 100 u to or r a 4 LIVING TOO NASTILY AMERICANWOMENBREAKDOWN Irregularities and hments1Pinkhams4 Owing to our mode and manner of living and the of every woman to accomplish just so much each day it is said that there is not way one woman in twontyfivo but what suffers with some derangement of the organism and this is the secret of so many unhappy homes No woman can amiable light hearted and happy a joy to her hus band and children and perform the duties incumbent upon her when she is suffering with backache headache nervousness sleeplessness bearing down pains displacement the womb spinal weakness or ovarian troubles Irritability and snappy take the place of pleasantness and all sun andslives are wrecked by womans enemywomb trouble Read Dear Mrs Pinkham Irregularities brought on extreme nervousness and despon dency Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetnblo Corn pound proved to bo the only medicine which helped me day I Improved in health while taking it until I was entirely cured I tcan attend to social and household dutiesIand thoroughly life once more as Lydia E Pinklmms Vegetable Compound made m painMrsEast Boston Mass At the first indication of ill jI painful or irregular menstruation pain in the side bearingdown pains nervousness or II the blues secure at once a bottle of Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound and begin uso Leave For Oklahoma City S O Christian and child ren left Thursday morning for Oklahoma City to join Rev Christian who holding tent meetings there assisted by fatherinlaw Rev C T Daniel 1 FREE II T5he Third Powerii I Mr Everitts great book that is revolutionizing agriculture and bringing farmers to tho front where from the importance of business they should be l Fawners will practice what this book teaches if they will only read it BECAUSE it to THEIR INTEREST to do so and against their interest to not to do so Therefore read this new and wonderful book learn the amazing revelations that can bo secured only it Farmers have been kept in ignorance of their own power and how to uso it too long aIII ready but now they can come into the broad bright light of a perpetual day ahead of them They have been the helpless tools that worked for the enrichment of others over since tho J present system of pricing crops or boards of trade was in vogue they can throw every parasite off barks fore- verFarmers 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 teaches how Wo want you to learn so this community and our country will enjoy the great est degree of and permanent prosperity the BRECKENRIDGE NEWS s needs no introduction It has always stood for tho elevation of tho masses equal opportunities 0 equal rewards measured by merits and for fair treatment of the masses by tho classosff We are glad to offer to our old subscribers andnew ones that we hope to secure the fthingfPower and a reading of UPTODATE FAKMING Oldsubscribers who are in arrears can get the advantage of this offer by paying all arrearages up to date s Town Slate The Breckenride News you me absolutely free a volume Everltts Third Power bound cloth and three months oAItMINO rI- nclose for years subscription The reckenrldle News SubscrIption beKlns Name Old now Subscrlbe Address Agentt name tJWIt fi t nervous haste female be retorts great this letter Day by my enjoy has healthIheadache backache its Mrs Okla is his their is from Now their Three for the i price of one f rThe News 100s 1 The Third Power 100 11 f Up lo Date FarmingJ3 mo i15 215 t- All for 100 i fh t frs rr i J The 4jreckenridge News WEDNESDAY May 21 1005 BY FIRST OF NEXT AUTUMN Henderson Route May Enter Tenth Street Depot Louisville With the entrance of the Louisville Henderson and St Louis railroad into the Tenthstreet sta tion preliminary preparation looking toward making it tho cen ter of the North and South passenger traflic through Louisville will be completed and within another year it is rumored the Southern railroad and the Chesapeake and Ohio will use the same station as I their passenger terminal says the CourierJournal The L II and St L will terminate in the Tenth street station about September 1 The other roads are planning entrance to the station to facilitate transfer traflic to Southern and Northern points reached by roadsi now entering that station Construction of track has so far proceeded on the Henderson Route that it is believed the road will enter the Tenthstreet station by eptember 1 The erection of the resttPoint is now going some trouble and may cause delay but track is being constructed front the juncture with the L and N noel about three miles has already been laid toward the bridge Upon the latter iron work is now being puti in place and although some dim culty is being found in transport ing the heavy girders to the bridge I site the delay occasioned will not postpone the construction of roadway i The Henderson Route will connect with the L and Nnenl the present crossing of the latter with Fifth street and work trains are now being sent over the L and N down the lino of new road toI the scene of active work TheI track laying is progressing rapidly from the fact that little grading is necessaiy that being completed several years ago Cleared for Action f i When the body is cleared for action by Dr Kings New Life Pills you can tell it by the bloom of health on the oheeKs the brightness of the eyes the firmneis of the flesh and muscles the buoyancy of the wand Try them At Short Haynes drug store 25 cents Hancock Farmers Pooling An Equity warehouse hats beenI openedat Ilawesvillo and the farmers of Hancock county are pooling their tobacco under a I contract identical with that in effect in Davioss county Two 4s and 2 is the maimum price advanced on good tobacco and two 3n and 2 the minimum on the quality not so good The Louis yule Tobacco Warehouse Co is financing the transaction and J R Nave is the rehandler in charge Has Position in Louisville Emmett lattingly is in Louis 1 TrMlle where he has a position as barber Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Dont Know it now To Find Out Fill a bottle or common glass with your water And let It stand twentyfour hau1t ill It sedlmentnoiset Indicates an I unhealthy tion of the kid neys If It your linen It is evidence of kid trouble frequent It or pain In J 4the back is also convincing proof the kidneys and blad der ire out of What to Do There IsI comfort In the knowledge so SwampRootwish In curing rheumatism In the 7 back kidneys liver bladder and part t of the urinary passage It corrects Inability to hold water and scalding pain in passing It or bad effects following use of liquor I wine orbeer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up during the night The mild and the extraordinary effectof SwampRoot Is soon realized It stands the highest for Its won derful cures of the most distressing cases If you need a medicine you should have the r best Sold by druggists ln5Ocandlsizes1 You have a sample bottle of this yonderful discovery I T Jnd a book that tells Qmore about both sent absolutely free by mall tling condi stains ney too desire to pass that order pain every many times may j Address Dr kltmjHorl of swampRoot l Co Blnghamton N Y When writing men f lion reading this generous offer in this paper 4 r fr t Dont makorany mlstnko but remember the 3 name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers Swamp Root and the address Dlnghamton N V bottlet 1a BELIEVE TRUST IS BEATEN I Entire Output of the Dark Tobacc Growers Association Sold llopkinsville Ky May 17 At a meeting of the Executive Committee of the Dark Tobacco Association held here yesterday the announcement was made tha Chairman Ewing who returned from Now York Monday hat made arrangements for the sale of the entire output of the association and that the fight against tho trust had been practically won No details regarding the reported deal have been given out but it iis stated that there is no doubt abou the matter having been closed Chairman Ewing was instructed to forward to all the county chair men pledges for the 1905 crop and President Fort says that the signing of these pledges will sounc the death knell of the trust Tin Executive Committee claims thnt 90 per cent of the 1901 crop iis now pledged to the association The committee present stated thai the trust anticipating movement of the sort was already oucrin farmers in sonic sections 10 IlIl around for their next crop J Edwards of Clarksville was appointed general classifier for the association A new tobaccc market was established at Spring field Tenn subject to the rules of the association with James Couch as salesman Charges for Storage were lixed at Si 75 1 per cent and insurance Strictly Genuine Most of the patent medicine testi monials aTe probably genuine The fnl lowing notice recently appeared in the Atchison Kan GioDe 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 lecom mended Kodol and he says it cured him He recommended it to others whc were also cured Kodol Dyspepsin Cure digests what you eat and cures all stomach troubles Just as surely as the sun shines your stomach can be brought back to its originally pure condition and life sweetened by this lasting and truly the greatestt digtstant known Sold by all Drug gusts Probing BeinE Pushed Hard Washington May lSHepre sentative Campbell of Kansas author of the resolution adopted at the last session under which the investigation of the Standard Oil trust is proceeding said today he had had a conference with Com missioner Garfield and that the latter assured him the probing was progressing in a satisfactory waysfr Garfield has visited all the oil fields of the country and now has men at work in allof them collecting information con cerning the methods of the Stand ard He declined to discuss with Mr Campbell the exact nature of the methods being pursued One good effect of the inves tigation is seen in the rescinding by the railroads of Kansas of the order fortthe transportation of oil from in dependent wells than was charged for carrying the product of wells owned by the trust said Mr Campbell This is a direct re sult of the crusade instituted by Kansas and the Federal Government I believe the investigation will produce results which will establish every contention of those who are fighting the Standard Oil Company Given Chair in College The many friends hone of Mor ris Bal auf of Henderson form erly of this city will bo glad to learn of the success of his son Leo Baldauf who his been ap pointed to the chair of bacteriolo gy in a college at Albany N Y Ho is a graduate of John Hop kins University More Rural Routes Rural routes 1 2 and 3 have been ordered established at Rey nolds Station Ohio county JunoI 1 serving 1134 persons and 252 houses 1- Y II A Hero by Accident I Theres no tolling what 111011111 a mans fortune may turn or what may decide the turning remarked the visitor I who had boon listening to the Interchange of stories Thats so agreed one of the by standers The only question Is wheth 1 er the mans got tho wit to see the chance and tits grit to make use of it Well even that Isnt always IIOCIM sary I was out on time frontier sonic years back when a young fellow I know to be a white head was pro rioted In his regiment and paragrapho i in all the eastern papers for his cour age and coolness lie had boon sent out to meet an attaoklng party of In dians He didnt want to go a bit lIe actually trembled wJien lie confessed to me it was his first call to danguroii duty and hed give anything on earth to bo out of the affair In less thou twellt fOUl hours the station was ring lug with the way ho had hold his ground oven when Ills mini had heat a retreat It was a miracle ho wasnt captured or killed staying there single handed to face nail lire on the advanc lug foe Just one of those instanoos of a man finding his native courage In the presence of real danger Not a bit of It He was riding a mule and just at the critical moment the animal planted his foot and re fused to budgeYouths Companion IOMK AVImlpil Orntory- It Is no now thing for the house of commons to suffer from long winded orator As long ago us the sixteenth cen tury Queen Hess soundly rated her law makers for not working more nod talk lug less and some years later Speaker Long actually succumbed to a succes sion of lengthy speeches The houses empty and so bo our stomachs one inpatient member declared I pray you therefore adjourn the debate for an hour Hut the speaker de clined to budge front the post of duty with the result that he was taken ill nod died shortly after Brougham once spoke for six hours on end on law re form Sheridan and Gladstone both have records of five hour speeches Mr BIggar tied their record and Palmer stow once hold forth for four hours and a half on Don lnclliloIThlM Girl Knew One of the Infloldcrs hind made an errorThe rosy cheeped girl In the grand stand turned to the young man at her sideGeorge she said George Instinctively braced himself to meet the question he foresaw as to what hall happened and what all tho fuss was about Well ho said Why dont they put a wooden In dian cigar sign on third In place of that moon faced duffer with time split cipher running gear and the glass arm That fellow couldnt stop a toy balloon If It was lobbed right Into his flippers Chicago Tribune Ivnrln haunt In Coconntitu Pearls are not found In oysters alone Sometimes said n lapidary they are found In cocoanuts I once cut a cocoanut pearl It was the size of a pen and Its quality was good It re somblod an oyster poarl only it was a little duller Cocoanut pearls are found In the heart of tho nut It is thought that they are formed by the hardening of the nuts flesh They are so to speak a kind of crystallized tumor or wart These pearls are rare They url rarer than oyster pearls They are alsoI cheaper than oyster pearls being loss hard and less transparent Philadel phia Bulletin The IlellN of HHVIIM The first thing that strikes the stranger in Davos Switzerland and strikes him unpleasantly laI the bells Not only I does every cow goat and sheep wear Its bell but when they are all shut up for the winter and we hope torn little rest then comes the infernal eternal din from every cart carriage sleigh omnibus and all other kinds of vehicle which ply for hire or otherwise No doubt they become a necessity on the silent highways as winter progresses but that docs not render them one bit more palatable Irrigation In Ancient The practice of irrigation Is very an cleat water having been stored and distributed In this way in Egypt as early as 2000 B C Persia India Cey lon China as well as Peru and Mexico also had irrigation works ages ago Even In Arizona remains of ancient Ir rigation works cnn be found which suggest that that section of time desert may have been compelled by men to blossom as the rose many hundreds of years ago Mny CliniiKv tier Mind Little Ethel laying down a book Do princes always dress in silk and velvet and wear a cap with a white feather and ride a sweet little white pony Mother Not now my pet They dress just like other boys Ttto Ethel sadlyTlien I dont Hlilak 11 ever marryPreac1ijrand Iraetlro Jinks Im ever so much oblls3for this favor and If I over have a chance Ill do as much Hello hers comes 3Ilkins Lets dodge iuti RJII alleyway I BlnluDont you like El jts Jinks le did me a favor once d time fellow nay want mo to retiv It I Ills Model Baron Then tho obstreperous beggar whom you turned out of doors was coarse and abusive Valet Abusive my lord 1 lIe rctght have been your lordship himself Fame is tho perfume of heroic deeds Socrates t IDidnt Fail to Come I Blackberry winter didnt fail toII come last week though it came a little later than usual and several days after blackberries were inI bloom HAS STOOL rilE TEST 25 YEARS The old original GROVES Tastelessl Chill Tonic Yea IDOW what you mire taking It Is ion and quinine In a tasteliss form No cure no pay 50c rm+ rrrrrvrrrrrtrrrr rYrrtrrrr1 J v If its Something v 5 UptoDate You Are v Wanting in Y Millinery Goods ii- t r It will pay you to call timid r inspect my stock The styles r tare not only the very latest lt but the prices are the prices r that please 1 also carry a J fine Iline of J Ladies Skirts ii- J I My line of goods this sea tt son is the nicest 1 ever had x and I am now ready for cuts tomers Mrs P McCoy r S xIrvington ilA tit+tilAAAAi1AAit fitAitif titlAAi- GTHE SOUTHWEST A GRAND COUNTRY FOR HOMO SEEKERS AND INVESTORS EXCURSION RATES TWICE A MONTH Arkansas Louisiana and Texas offer the greatest inducements for persons desiring to own their own homes Cheap land producing almost any thing that can be grown anvwkere mild climate god schools good water healthful surroundings and a growing country are some of the advantages Unexcelled for raising fruits mind vegetables for early markets Lard that can be bought for 5 to lo per acre can be made to yield 100 to 200 per acre in orchard and truck farm First and third Tuesdays of each monthwe will sell homeseekers tickets from Memphis and Cairo at one fare plus JOO for the round trip April 4th and ISth special low round trip rates less than one way fare 1500 and less from Memphis and Cairo to points in Texas Low rates in proportion from points east of Memphis and Cairo Literature descriptive cf above comet try and Information about rates will emailed upon reque- stLOsCHAEFERTPA I Cotton Belt Route Cincinnati O PISO S CURE FOI CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS Best Cough Syrup Tastes Good Use In time Sold by drueelsts CONSUMPTIOM HenryWattersons WattersonsLetters EuropeWill Be A Leading Feature of The CourierJournalDuring THERE WILL BE MANY OTHER ATTRACTIVE DEPARTMENTS ALL GOING TO MAKE A COM PLETE NEWSPAPER Mill Rates Daily CourierJournal 1 year 6 Dally and Sunday 1 year8W- eekly 1 1yearto to to to COURIERJOURNAL COMPANY LOUISVILLE KY Cy a Special Arrnnjrement you can got tho- BRECKONRIDlin NEWS and the WILY COURIERJOURNAL both one year for only 150 onhIVll sub criiiiirs under thU combination tlcr musj he Kiiit through the BRECKENRIDGE NEWS OFFICE Clovcrport Ky Y HALES VEGETABLE SICILI- ANHairRenewer 1Makes the hair grow long and heavy and keeps it soft and glossy Stops falling hair and cures dandruff And it always restores color to gray hair Sold for fifty yearsU T ifflffteE gtf8 w N pNN 44 Qrrrr P FPrrrv rrrrrvrrr i Picric Supplies FamiliesAtt Furnished With All Times Cakes mid Pies Fre hand Good t Special Baking Done To Fill Any And All Orders E i = c s Prompt attention to Mail and Phone Orders ICE CREAM in any quantity delivered anywhere in town e CALL TO SEEMS 4 L Walkers Bakery Hardinsburg Ky e sssesssssesseussessssssss AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 1HOM HUH T TIIHIK theres pure air pure water AAnd unhine on the hill JustJ the place for a rest after the long win Its the House Crescent Hotel Springs Ark OnEureka TilE FRISCO SYSTEM a HillRoundtript tickets sale to EureknII Ask A HILTON sT in Lons the YltUII UUnU n np WolU Old Fashioned Barbecue and Picnic At HARDIXSBLRG in the beautiful grove on Clover port and Ilardinslmrg turnpike near the tollgnto Tuesday July 49Q5 It is not too early now to begin to liar in mind the date and place of this barbecue and picnic for we intend to Imako it the utmost successful one we have ever given 1llue1 1 1ro Jubal Hook llardinsburg f W N Pate llattinrlyII lhi111 imiatil U a u a aiIIM nw1 p pWE ARE UNLOADING LUMBER DAILY jli- A If- f fi f J At our several yards inil are prepariil to supply yur wants with choice MA NEW stock at prices thut we are sure will please you jfj- T Suppose you Rive us a chance to figure on your next requirements In the 1 f- W l- I umber line I JPWill Co LUMBERMEN ffifi- ii LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY i ir- V II = = 77 p = i r DAN + BROOKS iiiCO ii LIVE STOCK 1 I COMMISSION flERCHANTS i0 o CENTRAL STOCK YARDS LOUISVILLE KY t4 ooea + 4 SaniorcTs Fine Inks 6 Mucilage In full assortments of handy size bottles Library and photo pastes to boot JNO D BABBAGE School books etc J Subscribe for T5he NEWS vrJI p a tn M i 1r THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D and V G BABBAGE Editors and Proprietors = Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 n year or 125 if paid tit the end of yen rl CARDS OF THAXKS over five lines churned for nt the rate of 1U cents per lino- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money in advance Examine tho 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 =EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY MAY 24 1905 THOUGHTS To live content with small means to seek elegance rather than luxury and refinement rather than fashion to be worthy not respectable and wealthy not rich to study hard think quietly and talk gently act frankly to listen to stars and birds to babes and sages with open hearts to bear all cheerfully to do allIt bravely await occasions hurry never in a word to let the best unbidden an unconscious grow up through the common This is to be my symphony William Henry Channing = BISHOP RUSHING wouldnt sound bad OUR want column brings results Try it TSBRI were no weeds in the garden of Eden Ev all means let us have Sweet Lavender again THB Chicago teamsters strike will cost 7500000 OOB May girl graduates are right in line for early June brides CHUMUMS day was a great day for Cloverport No other day like It THB lawyers all report a good business court and not one of them that I a case during the term u LAST week it was the wheat crop This week it is the apple crop and the wa of the farmer Iis not strewn with roses FLOWERS are plentiful and free in this town and why note wear them They are part of nature and why not get in touch with them THE next thing to chicken for a Methodist preacher is a good hearty han shake So if you cant give him chicken just give him a shake and hell feel jus as grateful BE careful how you talk to your sweetheart over the phone A young lady commited suicide in New York the other day because her sweetheart talked to her cruelly over the phone THF Republicans are talking of giving L L Mitchell of Addison the nomination t for Representative of Breckenridge county Dont let it be all talk and h action Mitchell iis a goodclean man and that means a clean Representative Give him the nomination and then elect him THE Stephensport bridge isbadfix Its a valuable piece of property andI shouldnt be allowed to rot down for the want of attention What does the Com missioner mean any way The first thing he knows the county will have a damage suit on its hands Repair the bridge and do it at once A DISTIOUISHID body of Methodist ministers is with us this wok We ars3I glad to have them in our midst The air is purer the sunshine brighter and the flowers more fragrant for their presence The latchstrings are on the outside and whatever is ours is theirs and we are only too glad of our opportunity to sho our appreciation of their great and good work VoseFowlerI- nvitations have been received he announcing the engagement of Miss Lorna Doone Fowler daughter of Cott and Mrs Chas Wesley Fowler 5Qo Lyndon Ky formerly of this city I Maj James Wilson Vose The wedding will take place at 6 oclock Wednesday 1I evening June 7 at the Kentucky Military Institute at Lyndon Will Represent County Miss Rilla Howard daughter of Dr Wm Howard of Maltiugly will atte i the international Sundayschool conven tion at Toronto Canada the latter part of June as a delegate from Brecken ridge county Kentucky is entitled to a representation of fifty two delegat at this convention Philip McOnry has been here this week from Washington Ind where he has a position with a milling company = Spring Humors Come to most people and cause many troublespimples boils and other eruptions besides loss of appetite that tired feeling tits of biliousness r Indigestion andheadache The sooner one gets rid of them theI better and the way to get rid of them and to build up tho system that hasI suffered from them Is to tako F foods Sarsaparilla and Pills Forming in combination the Spring Medicine par excellence ol unequalled strength in purifying tho blood as shown by unequalled radical and permanent I cures of I Scrofula Salt Rheumt Scald Head Bolls PImples All Kinds of Humor Psoriasis Blood Poisoning Rheumatism Catarrh Dyspepsia Etc Accept no substitute but bo sure to get Hoods and get it today r I Vr Accompany Congress Committee- re Logan C Murray Capt WW lute and Copt Marion Ryan oft thoe mittee of Congress on part off their trip down from Louisville returned last Wednesday by train Quarterly Meeting Sunday Hushingivices at the Methodist churchnex t Sunday preaching morning and1 evening There will probably SaturdaySBuys Irvington Property Hardinsburg Ky May 23 Special John Cook of Custer j was in the city yesterday He has purchased of Foster Lyons the hotelnndrcstaurant at Irvington The consideration was 5500 George Pierson of Louisville was the guest of Mr and Mrs Jt M Fitch Sunday Needed More explicit Directions P McCann I didnt take yer medl cine doctor Dr Doscham And why not P McCannTh drectlona said Wan pill tree tolmes a day Ive been wnltin to ask ye which pill They all luke alike sure An howm I to take ut tree toimes Cleveland Leader Toner of I lie Eye Ail eye cnn threaten like n loaded and leveled gun or can Insult like hiss ing or kicking or In Its altered mood by beams of kindness It can make tho heart dance rUb joy Emersons Conduct of Life j UN Idea of It AuntieYou should ask to be escus ed when you leave the table Little Nephew Should I I thought from tho lefty you acted about that third piece aJotgofc i1J lllU11 NasalFcYsCATARRH o NlInElys Cream Balm NAr tEYER bhr o clcaneeeeoothesandhealsthe SQSry Cr SItcnrcatarrhanddrivee robarrayquickly Cream llnlin Is placed Into the nostrils spreads over the membrane and Is absorbed Relief li 1m mediate and a cure follows It Is not drying docs not produce sneezing Large Size 40 cents at Drug gists or by mall Trial Size 10 centi ELY BROTHERS 68 Warren Street New York Program Delightfully Rendered At the Childrens Day services at the Methodist church Sunday morning a program consisting of songs drills and recitations was rendered by the child ren of the Sundayschool in a most de lightful and interesting manner The cougiegatiou consisted of several hun dred peoplethe church anti the Sunday school room being lulland tuauy were of the opinion that the exercises were the best ever held on Childrens Day in the church A profusion of flowers and pretty dresses worn by the many little girls who took part in the exercises were among the pleasing feed tures A Childrens Day cash collection amounting to twelve dollars was taken and a subscription collection of about 51SO for the conference next fall The subscription for the conference was the largest made in years Bishop Woodcock Preaches Here Bishop Charles E Woodcock E piscopal Bishop of Kentucky preached at the M E church South Friday morning assisted by Archdeacon M M Benton of Louisville The fine sermon delivered by this scholarly divine was enjoyed by an audience composed partly I of a large per cent of the Episco whomostook communion Bishop Woodcock and Archdeacon- y Benton were entertained during their stay here Friday by Mrs J A Murray It was Bishop Woodcocks first visit here He was formerly of Detroit re cently succeeding the late T A Dudley as Bishop of Kentucky Archdeacon- d Benton has been here several time- st Bishop Woodcock was at Owensboro Thursday where he was entertained by Dr and Mrs S S Watkins formerly of this city Worsted by Tobinsport A team from Tell City was defeated by the Tobinsport n ne in a ball game on- o the sailors grounds by a score of 15 to 1 Sunday afternoon I GARFIELDff T A Gray has finished tho addition to his store Miss Ruth Ilarncd visited in Hardinsburg lust week Little Miss Lena Whitworth is f nildraughwJesse Cashman of Raymond WitS a visitor here last Tuesday Morton Penick of Custer was the guest of friends here Sunday- J Yofil1 who has been suf feting with rheumatism is better Earl Mattingly and wife hay e gone to housekeeping over on the hill Miss Mary Leigh Gregory was a guest of Miss Glen Johnson Sunday Tom McCoy and wife of Irving- ton visited her sister Mrs A A Richardson S D cGiIlof Hardinsbuvg was the guest of Tom Gregory Sunday night Jesse Bullock and sister Miss Maud of Basin Springs visited their parents here Sunday I Paul Compton and wife o Hardinsburg attended churc- here Sunday and were the guests of relatives Bill Pennington and family the blacksmith from Custer willI move to Garfield this week and Mr Pennington will go in the shop with Earl Mattingly s IRVINGTON Mrs Elic Robins is on the sick list A M Hardin of Lodiburg was i town Wednesday- Dr L B Moreman was in Hardins burg last week on business Mr and Mrs Foster Lyons will move I some time this week to Louisville Mrs Ednionia Perrin is a guest at the I McGlothlan home for several days Miss Nannie McGehee is visiting reo = natives in Louisville for a few weeks Fparentsi r parentsMrs Bob Jolly and her son Morris in Louisville at Nortons Infirmary some time mJJ ttt4 I Mrs Charlie Chamberlain was iin Cloverport visiting friends last week Miss liable McGlothlan has returned home after a weeks visit to friends iin BrandenburgMr Ed Brown of Branden burgwere the guests of Mr and Mr Hiues last week Miss Suie Bandy left for Stephens port Friday to be with her sister for a indefinite visit Miss Emma Lou Mooreman of Glen deaue has returned home after a visit to Dr Dempster and wife Mrs L B Moreumn and son Louis Bennett have returned front a vIsit to relatives nt Brandenburg Misses Daisy Dean and Emma D Moorman of Glendeane are visitors of Rev J T Lewis and wife Mrs Nick Netherton came Wednes day to be with her parents Mr and Mrs Green Bandy for a few days Mrs J T Lewis and Misses Emma D Moorman and Daisy Deane were iin Stepheusport visiting Sunday Miss Lucile Cunningham left Friday for Brandenburg where she will remain for a few days and then go to Chenault Mrs Nora Board and Mrs Nellie Connelly were in Clovetport for several days last week visiting Mrs R N HudsonWilliam J Stith and little grand son Henry Bewley of Louisville were the guests of his daughter Mrs W E Brown Sunday Van Cleare Parrott accompanied b e his aunt Mrs Leona Adkisson arrive- last Tuesday from Sumter S C to be the guests of Mr and Mrs George Lvddan While here be will visit rela tives here and at Bewleyvllle Miss Mary Cornwall went to Louisville Friday shopping Clint Crutcher of Webster was in town Saturday on business Tom Adkisson is building n house in the southeastern part of townHubert Pigcrott is expected home this week to remain for some time Dont forget that Dr Bush will be here Friday and Saturday be fore the fourth Sunday Ruio Cox has returned to Louis ville after a two weeks visit to his parents Mr and sirs John CoxClare Jolly and Lamar Gardner were in Brandenburg last Friday surd Saturday visiting Mr and and Mrs Rhodes George Cook and his sister Mrs Pickerel of Louisville have bought out the restaurant just oc cupied by Dempster Lyons They took possession Friday and are doing a flourishing business Honor roll of the Irvington pri vate school Ninety or over in eachsubjectEva McGlothlan Ethel Dowell Claire Jolly Morris McCoy Agnes Hynes Eliza Pig got Katherine WimpBron Jolly Ruth HynesI Ayers When the nerves are weak everything goes wrong You easilyndiscouraged nervous and irritable Your cheeks are Sarsaparillapale Your doctor says you are threatened with a nervous breakdown He orders this grand old family medicine AyerSarat all time anil a wonderful medicine for im pure btood1 C HOLT teat Haven Conn fllOO a bottle a c area co All lrmilI i n r- rwseaMa IforWeak Nerves AyorsPills STEPHENSPORT rsI Blaine spent the first of this week in Louisville R S Skillman was in Louis ville last week on business Mrs Harrison Dowell who has improve Mr and Mrs J M Parr and children were in Cloverport Sat urdaj Miss Etila Hensly willclose her spring term of school here Friday Mrs John S Adair has returned to Hawesville to spend the summerfL B Helm who has been ill for several weeks is improving very slowly Miss Pauline Moorman spent last week with friends and relatives at Adair The ice dream supper at Schopps Hall Saturday night was a success James M Crawford is having his house repaired and painted by John G McCoy Miss Mahulda Shellman is spending this week with her bro ther R A Shellman Dr Pester Parr of Memphis Tenn was home to see his father 1 M Parr a few days ago Mrs Ada Driskell and two lit tle daughters of Louisville are visiting tier brother John G McCoy Mrs F C Ferry and son Muller accompanied by Mrs Palmer of Louisville is with her parents Mr and Mrs E II Miller Mrs H A Shellman and Misses Belle and Corine Conn are vis iting Mr awl Mrs Hewett Hawii kins at Uniontown- J II Payne is having his cot tage on Main Street painted also Mrs M Elaine is having bercotrtage near tho schoolhouse treat t Pl I ed to a new coat of paint t Mrs A Moorman of Yel ingII ton Mrs J T Lewis and Misses Emma Moorman and Grace Dean of Irvington were the guests of Mr and o sirs Andrew Crawford Sunday WtwVJIt4MItItIfIiM Pophams t s rlBros = iJF Seed Potatoes per bushel st55 CantstGolden Crown or Gold Dust Flour per sack 70 cents 1 I per barrel 540ti Pure Leaf Lard per poundII II cents i 1 Sugar Cured Breakfast Bacon per poundl14 cents One Gallon Bucket Syrup j 30 centsrc Try our Bulk Roots Coffee It t tII Will Please You Per lbI15 centstt Six Bars Red Wrapper or BigsDeal Soap 25 cents L s Head Rice Six Poundsrr 25 cents All Colors in Carpet Chain e Guaranteed the Best Made I Colored per pound 23 cents I I White per pound 4- r I 21 cents i 4 4i 4Ii jPophamHI BrosJ v e + tlaiNNlNii tititiltillNtititilii +CC XXXXXXXXXXOOCOOCOOOOOOC4 ItYour Oppor1unl11es 1 = yr v r e- Z Do you ever study them and take advantage of them You are ilosing golden opportunities every week by not taking advantage of s sPour low prices on groceries u p- llt h f = MAKESIs l AThCENTSFRESHCENTS WE GUARANTEE THIS SOAP TO BE GOOD IF IT ISNT GOOD SUGARI 1 THESE ARE ALL GOOD BARGAINS AND THEY WONT LAST LONG EITHERcSO YOU HAD BETTER COME AT ONCE OR CALL US UP OVER THE PHONEcAND LET US SUPPLY YOU WHILE THEY ARE HOT SELLIN1 1 r BACK BANDS AND DO ALL KINDS OF REPAIRING nFRESH VEGETABLES GASOLINE BIG LINE OF FLOOR MATTINGS 1 KentuckyBabbage jr f DrrerrrrrrdyrsrrrrsrsrrrrrrrrR + + NNNWg1i1 l1NNN111 c ToCure a Cold in One Day i 1 Cures Crlpaa in Two DaYS I Tie Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets PH on every I Seven Million boxes sold In past 12 months This signature 9 C rayei bOx 2SC 4 i t I i I Tuns Pills This popular remedy never falls to effectually euro Dyspepsia Constipation Sick Headache BiliousnessA- nd ALL DISEASES arising from a Torpid Liverand Bad Digestion The natural result Is good appetite elegantly Take No Substitute The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY Gray 24 1005 Good groceries Rousseau Williams W H Bowmer was in Louisville Thursday M F Popham was in Hawesville last v Wednesday A Fallen was at home from River View Sunday Best of goods and right pricesRous- seau Williams grocer Everett Zirckle of Louisville was the guest of friends here Sunday Robbie Wilson is the guest of his uncle John Mattingly at Raymond Mrs John M Smith and son Leonard of Fordsville are visiting Mrs Col hns Mrs Eliza Blaine came down from Stephensport Saturday to visit rela livesMiss Maude Polk went to Hawes ville Friday to visit Miss Lydia Goer ingJesse and Harry Moorman of Owens boro formerly of this city spent Sunday here Mrs Christina Hamman tins been visiting her sister Mrs Charles Fox at Tell City Miss Eliza May has been spending several ddYs in Owensboro the guest of relativesMiss McCoy of Union Star has been visiting her cousin Mrs Allen KingsburyMrs Conley of Wilmington NC was the guest of Mrs R N Hud sou Friday Buy your groceries from Rousseau Williams at his stand near Dr New soms office Mrs Wickliffe DeHaven and Miss Mayme DeHaven were in Louisville part of last week- MrllChaRMcAdams and little daughter Mary W were the guests of Mrs A Fallon Sunday Will Bowmer of Louisville was the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs W H Boomer Sunday Mr and Mrs T D Ireland of Skill man were the guests of Mr and Mrs Leon MtGdvock Sunday Mrs A C Sheldon and children will spend the latter part of the week at Cannelton and Tell City J B IJoward of Fordsville was the guest of his daughter Mrs Olive Buckby part of last week Mr and Mrs D M Duncan and children came down from Brandenburg Saturday to visit relatives Jas B Fisher anl O T Skillman were at Hardin Grove Iud Sunday the guests of the Misses Wheeler Messrs Mullane Keisker and John Hall of Louisville were the guests of Miss Louise Babbnge Sunday Miss Jane Hambleton went to Louis yule last Wednesday fora visit of several days to Mrs Courtney Babbage Mrs J O Stephens and children will return next Sunday from a visit of sev- real weeks to relatives in Owensboro Miss Cornelia Ditto of Brandenburg will attend the commencement of the public school next Monday an d visit relatives SHYLOCH Shylock was the man who wanted a pound of human flesh There are many Shylocks now the convales r cent the consumptive the sickly child the pale young woman all want human flesh t and they can get ittake = v Scotts Emulsion i7 Scotts Emulsion is flesh and blood bone and muscle It feeds the nerves strengthens the digestive organs and they feed the whole body For nearly thirty years Scotts Emulsion has been the great giver of human flesh We will send you a couple of ounces free SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409415 Pearl Street New York yc and fioo alt druggists 4 cf Mrs T S Nichols and little daughter were in Hawesville last week the guests of her parents Mr and Mrs Wm Kyler Sr Mrs J L Moorman on Thursday afternoon entertained the Ladies Read ing Club which will adjourn soon fur the summer months Norman Hcnsley oflleriugton Kan formerly of this city is spending the week here After an absence of three years he has been nl Hardiusburg on a visit to his mother Mrs Crete Hensley Misses Man mile White Marion Bowm er Ruth Haynes Louise Babbage and Jane Hambleton will be guests at an all dny house party whjch well be given by the Misses Wheeler at Hardin Grove Ind today Mis Frank liiningcr of Hock port Ind is visiting her brother Henry Ycngcr Abe Ditto of Wrest Point was here Sunday the guest of his sis terMrs J D Bixbbtigc Mr and Mrs Chas Evans left yesterday for a trip to Chatta nooga Lookout Mountain and other points of interest in the SouthMiss Margaret Burn will repre sent tho Clover Blossoms tho juvenile society of the Methodist church at the State meeting at Bowling Green in June BEWLEYVILLE Chas Druey went to Louisville SaturdayMiss Jolly has a music class at Guston H J Cain and Co planted four acres of tobacco last week Mr and IrsTill Paul and family have nioved to St Louis The telephone meeting at Gus ton stay 19 was continued to June 3 Misses Annie and Beulah Payne spent Saturday in Louisville shop ping The W F1 Swill meet in the Methodist church Friday af ternoon May 20 at 2 oclock Mrs Tommy Cundiflof Guston who has been ill at a hospital in Louisville is at home much im provedl The S S superintendent hero announced Childrens Day Sunday to be held as early in Tune aspossibleMiss Walker who has been spending a fortnight with her sister USalkcrhas returned to her home The Irvington Bewleyville and Guston telephone line is finished There are twentytwo boxes and they all make a lively crowd Mr and Mrs Laruc Cox who have been visiting parents and relatives here returned to their home in Louisville Tuesday Dr and Mrs P W Foote had quite a little gathering of their folks to dine with them Sunday Ruie Cox and wife being included in the number Di W A Walker of Hnrdins insburg will come to our town today to remain several days the guest of his parents and willwork in his line of business Golden Rod MATTINGLY norn to tho wife of Roscoe Lasley a son William lIar 1ln Born May 14 to tho wife of Fritz TabollnR a daughter Josie Miss Bertlo Walker of Clover Creek Is vis iting her sister Mrs Roscoe Lasley Late Miller who has been at tho Tar Springs for some time returned home last Sunday Miss Mamie Seaton who has been attending the normal school at harried has returned home 4 Miss Maud Hewberry of McQuady Is visiting her cousin Miss Alice late at Mat tingly Rev Jackson of Cloverport will preach at this placo the first Sunday In Juno at 3 oclockMrs Tllltlila ICcenan of Tar Park visited her sister Mrs Sarah Frank at this place last Saturday R C Newman of McQuady visited his brothers vat and George Newman at Vlsgah last week Frank Davis of West View visited his sister Mrs Sam Lasley of this place last Saturday and Sunday Mrs William Lynch of Mattlngly left last Sunday for Rockport Ind to visit friends and relatives Mrs Forest Head and sister Miss Nella Riven of Owensboro came up last Saturday to visit friends and relatives Mr and Mrs W II Taut and Mr and Mrs Herbert Tlnues woro the guests of Mr and Mrs T N Brlckey last Sunday There will bo preaching next Sunday at Tar Fork Christian church After services there will bo a decoration of graves In the church yard dinner on the grounds and services again In tho evening J I 1DR R Pe KEENE i r WRoprOBontlnlt T 4ifi IWII DENTISTS II 1OF OWENSBORO 1 r j I will be In Dr LlRlitfoots olllee one fo i week out of each month watt oni all wishing high Class DenltltI r Willybe Here May 29 and June 4 ftftL Y x HARDINSBURG County court lust Monday Tas II Gardner Is In Louisville this week Lawson Hook bas returned to Louisville norn to the wife of las Smith May 17 a girl Dr Glusscock of McDanlels was In the city SundRY C W Moorman of Cloverport was In town MondayMiss Hensloy Is visiting relatives In Louisville lime IL MI Jolly of IvlnRton was lu tho city Friday Milton Whltworth of West Vluw was In town Saturday Mrs Blanche Heart Is visiting Miss Amanda Dean at Glondoanc- Slxtyflvo persons wont to Louisville Saturday on tho excursion Win Lennln who has been sick tho past week Is able to ho out again Ed Montgomery of Owensboro was In town Sunday the guest of friends Chas McOlll has been api olnted night operator ot the telephone exchange Mrs Orrin Hardln of Cloverport Is the guest of Mr and Mrs Joel H Pile Dr George Hayes and wife of Henderson are visiting Mr und Mrs Clayton Heard Misses Leila McOury and Margaret linker were visitors In Louisville last week Mr and Mrs IF 1 Payne of Cloverport wore guests at Dr J T linkers Saturday Mrs Martha J Ralph of Webster was the guest of Mrs and Mrs Joel H Pile last week Mr and Mrs Gus D Shellman were tho guests of Mr and Mrs Goodu Hendrlck Sun day The Rev Geoigo Hayes D D of header son preached ut tho M E church South SundayMr Mrs1 B Payne of Yarned were In town Sunday tho guests of Mrs Bertha McGaryMrs of Loltchflold who has been visiting her mother Mrs Mary C Huston returned home last week In the county court Monday Iu now road was established running from the pike to the farm of the late Wm Miller Miss Katie Eskrldgo attended quarterly conference at West Point Sunday old was the guest of Miss Cora Matthews Misses Mattle Reid and Nancy Klncheloe were tho guests of Mr and Mrs Alvin N Skillman Saturday and Sunday John P Haswell attended quartoly conference at West View Sunday and was tho guest of Mr and Mrs Win L Matthews Taylor Beard was In the Kirk neighborhood the post week settling claims for accidents for the company for which lie Is agent On June 5 nt the opera house the young people of tho town assisted by Misses Pauline Moorman und Luclle Cunningham of Steph ensport will give a recital consisting of ro citations and piano violin and vocal solos Admission 10 and 15 cents Place For Entertainments- Most of the public entertain meuts there will proba 1 ly be given here after in the clubroom of the Cloverport Yonnjr Mens Associationon the second floor of the annex to the Masonic Tem ple The seating capacity of the room is between 250 and 300 which is the size of the average audience here and the stage can be adapted to the use of all the entertainments of the kind to which the C Y M A wouldrent heir club roost NOTICE All persons owing the estate of J E Buckby are requested to call and settle with meAll persons having claims against the estate present the same properly provedOlive Buckby Adinx Rushvillc Ind Messrs Ely BrosI have been a great suffererfrom catarrh and hay fever and tried many things but found no permanent relief until I tound it in Elys Cream Balm about eight years ago and we have been fast friends ever sin e Rev R M Bentley Messrs Ely BrosFind enclosed 50 cents for which please send me your Cream Balm I find your remedy the quickest and most permanent cure for cold in the head catarrh tc Yours truly Dell M Potter Gen Mgr Arizona Gold Mining Co ADDITIONAL BIG SPRING MISSi Leah Mfeador is visiting Mrs T C Williams of West Point John D Meador the proprietor of tho hotel has had it repapercd throughout Rayniond Moorman was the guest of Miss Bertie Willett of Groveland Sunday evening Overton Blanford of Bewley ville was the guest of Miss Olla Mae Clarkson Sunday evening airs P L King and children of Cloverport who have been the guests of her aunts airs Alex Scott and airs John H aieador has gone to Vino Grove to visit friends r T i i 1 t jIWantsd + Advertisements Inserted under tills head atone cent Iu word per week Fun SALEMULES FOR SALEA flue lath of mules f5 hands I IrvingtoniPOUSALBIIOItSE I Fon SALEt good harness horsy s years ProctorHobertIon SALE poll SALE A good work horse anti mildcow 1 W Barr Fryralre WANTED IyII WXTF1 To soli trade or PIarksIyII FOK Fell SALB SAIFIIDIII I Ky on Heoe fork 300 acres viiltimbered and wittered Good dwelling and I I out buildings Land and feudingI In grad shape for cultivation For further partitaINN caller write me atCIovorixirt Nat Tau FOB KENTSTORE KOOM FOIL KENT Ono Iirge store room In Ma Temple flue locution For rates ami particulars apply to Taut Compton hard ua burg Ky FOR SALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting machines lot of good Laundry machines OllsollneEnllllesStretLoulsvllll j FOIL SA LET fITION CERTIFICATE FOK SALK Tuition Certificate In Bryant LcntlsvtlleForenrlclKC News Cloverport Ky BORR OWor more forth yeart at 3 per cent Attendccc0nsire Bureau Clillllcothe Missouri Matthews on Human Vultures Editor Heber Matthews of the Hart ford Herald says There are perhaps in almost every community a few specimens of that ene my of peaceful society known as the pernicious gossipper or defamer male and female The man wbo habitually speaks slightingly and slanderously of the female sex has his prototype in the woman who delights to gossip about her townspeople and sometimes kinfolks and never finds better enjoyment than 17hien in H crowd of her own personal predilections Seemingly lacking these charitable instincts of character which accord to every man and every woman the common errors of life and weakness of personal makeup they pounce upon the unfortunate and always absent victim like human vultures often inter larding their talkwith a spiteful sar casm that is vicious as it is intentional The fact that their unkind talk often reverts heavily upon their own heads does not lessen the effects of this evil habit To these people the word charity seems to have little or no meaning New Telephone Line StephensportKyMay 23Spedal The new telephone line kiiwn as the Stephensport and Ridge Road com pany has been completed and connec tion secured with the Cumberland Telephone Co at the exchange at II I A Shellmaus drug store I A A A A A AAAAAAAAAAA A AAAAAAA 5 Your Watch E 5 Repaired 5 and Guaranteed CC- it = C j we dpnt do as we say we will we will return your money We have firstclass and guar = anteed goods In watches = clocks clinics charms rings spectacles silverware etc at zm ftmPrices You Cannot Duplicateii 33Elsewhere 33Woo live here timid everybody knows us It our word Is not = Ssaymense amount of repairs speak 33vllat people believe = E 3 Tt O1LEWISSON j YOUR JEWELERS 3 HARDINSBURQ KENTUCKY = jVY YTVYY YYVYTY VYT VTTTVTVTT 1 J yii W A Walker i Jj1 1DENTIST JijJi- jT I Satisfaction guaranteed dentistllj frPatronize your homo j over Klncheloes Drug Store r liliOffice URG KY A l LLLLLr T PARKERS HAIR BALSAM CItiniei end bctutlflci the hair growthNever yHairCure YOuthfut lullingMetndllWtt r 111111MEET Nobby Exclusive Styles ILL BE SOUGHT AFTER THIS SUM BYI7 THE MAN WHO WISHES TO WEAR II m DRESSY CLOTHES AND YET CLOTHES WHICH ARE NOT TOO HIGH IN PRICE FOR HIS POCKETBOOK Just the Things for the Summer ManI- N HATS SHOES NEGLIGEE SHIRTS SUN UMBRELLAS TIES UNDERWEAR ETC PRICESjJ C Nolte Bro Cloverport Ky I Cxlick IMillitxg IND COIlII ST l TIME EAST HOUND TABLEII No 48 Dally JruI Train507 A I at West Poi only arriv es at Louisville 715 A M1 No 42 hilly Mall itiui hxnres leaves Clover tort 95 A MI stops at till way stations arrives Louisville 1285 p in Train No 44 Dally fast mall leaves Clo verport 44S p m stops Iat all way staton uast of Cloveriwrt except Mystic arrives at Louisville 7 26 p in Train No 43 Dally Cloverport aCcommo dation arrives Cloverport 30 p m WEST BOUND No 47 Dally C overport accommodation leaves Cloverport B 30 a m arrives Evans vllli 900 am tJlprefoSIcavcsJ Hawthvllle ltwllillOrt Mltiv OW6nooro Staple Spottsvllle Henderson and Ev mITruitt o 43 Mail and Express dally ar rives Clo verport 723t1ll m TJvaiwvllle 1030 p m Stops at all stations No 45 dally St Louts fast train leavesClo verport 1100 PM arrives Evansvllle 135 A M St Louis 740 A M1 stops at Haweivllle Owensboro rind Henderson only Chair cars on trains 41I and 44 between Louisville and Evansvllle Through sleeping cars and reclining chair cars on trains 45 and 40 between Louisville and St Louis Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND Train No 2 Dally except Sunday leaves- Iordsvlllua30al m arrives Irvington S40 am Train ot Dally except Sunday loaves Fordsville 320 p m arrives Irvington 5SO p m Train No 6 Sunday only for1svtlle630 a m Irvington 903 a m WEST BOUND Train No 3 Dally except Sunday loaves Irvlngton 050 am arrives Fordsvllle 5Ipm Train No 5 Dally loaves Irvington tJ5O p m arrives ForUsvlUe 023 P m HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES One way second class colonist tickets to South and Southeast first and third Tuesdays each month at reduced rates Houiesoekers Excursions to all points to which homeseekers rates apply One way colonists rates to California and the Northwest March 1 to May 15 and Sept 15 to Oct HI 1905 Confederate Veterans Reunion Louisville Ky June 1416 1905 For this occasion rate of X220 for the round trip Clo verport to Lonisv lie and return will DO made on Jane 12 to 15 inclusive also for morning trains ot June 10 good returning to leave Louis ville June 10 Spring Rates Louisville Ky May 1905 For the above occasion rate of fcJ 05 Cloverport to onlsville and return will be made on May 0 and 10 good returning May 29 Also tickets will be sold on May 10 to 27 inclusive with final return limit three days after date or sale State Meeting Q A Rt Louisville Ky May 2324 For this occasion rate of 245 will be made on May 31 22 and 23 Clover port to Louisville aid return good returning May 25 Insure the quality of your bread and pas try by providing the cook with that superlative flou- rCADICKS GOLDDST FLOJ t- It costs no more than other brands Its use will become a habit once you have tested its merits Cadicks Gold Dust Flour is good for every purpose for which flour is needed Once used always used GRANDVIEW LOD1BURQ 1 C Harrell was in Louisville lust week buying new goods Win Head and family visited relatives Itt Henderson Sunday 3ir and Mrs C 1L Avitt were visitors at C C Grunts Sunday Mrs I C Hnrrell nnd laugh ter file visiting her parents at Leitrhfield Miss Gertrude Keys was the guest of her cousin MIS Otis Still Sunday The ice cream supper at Leon ard Cashmans Saturday night was largely attended Ada and Hoscoc Avitt were visitors of Miss1 Ivy and Virginia Squires Saturday night Mrs Chits Norton of Cripple Creek Col is expected here soon to visit her palcnts Mr und Mrs C C Grant Misses Cora and Esther Brown of Hhodelia and Miss Mary Ar gabright were guests of Misses Ollie and Sallie B Avitt Sunday Subscribe for tho NEW- SDUTSCHKE = W C g Livery and Feed h tStableSTEPIIESPORT KENTUCKY Buggies spring wagons and horses always ready for the traveling public yIl j jj I 1r I jj TOIt 11- Itl t Itl DRUIERSjl Latham Sanitarium Estobllshcd 1898 VINE GROVE HARDIN COUNTY KY Chronic Diseases Treated Successfully CHARGES MODERATE Rational Harmless and Satisfying Methods of Treatment Groves Tasteless Chill Tonich- as stood the test 25 years Average Annual Sales over One and a Half Million bottles Does this record of merit appeal to you No Cure No Pay SOc Enclosed with every bottle is a Ten Cent package of Groves Black Root Liver Pills J a t F The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY May 24 1005 J = DICK BROWN IS liEU OVER Noted Moonshiner Must Await Action Of The Federal Grand Jury Dick Brown the noted moon 1Ishiner mention of whose arrest ntofl Mook was made in the News last tlweek has been held over to await the action of the federal grand jury at the next term of court tin the Owensboro district Brown was captured by Deputy United States Marshals Nichols of Owensboro and Cundin ofed Bowling Greeni and was arraigned 1 1PWCl Commissioner Dudley Limisoy at Owensboro when he plead guilty to moonshining The federal authorities are highly 1 elated over the capture of Brown as he was one of the cnifr tiest moonshiners in this section of the State His capture is con1 sidorod1 very important as he has been a leader of illicit distilling operations in the neighborhood f his residence for many years andtl1 has been wanted for the past live or six years during which time he has duded the revenue ofliccrs where escape has seemed almost impossible His illicit stills have often been destroyed but have been soon rebuilt Browns home is surrounded by a dense cedar thicket and he has always been warned by patrols heretofore of the approach b officersNichols and Cunditl very cau tiously and slowly made their wayI toward Browns house guarding a against notice being given the moonshiner of their approach They reached the place at night concealing themselves in the cedar thicket until day break The next morning Brown left thea house and started into the part of 1 the thicket whore Cundiil was concealed At first he didnt seem to be suspicious of danger but suddenly he appeared to thong his mind and mn around the house to where Nichols was waiting Lh oflicor promptly stepped out andl1 j covered him with his gun anti he surrenderedthI t Chamberlains Cough Remedy the Veryf Best tlCougbi r the bet cough medicine I nave ereittaken says Geo L Chubb a war chant of Harlan Mich There is no question about its being the best as iit will cure a cough or cold in less timetI than any other treatment It should I always be kept in the house ready fo instant use for a cold can be curetjI t In much less time when promptly treated For sale by Short andI HaynesstJ Will Try To Get 9Foot Stagetl T tlhebors Committee of Congress down the Ohio river endedat Cairo lust are week The committee was entern pItheat Cairo a meeting of the Congressmen was hold aboard the do steamer Queen City on which the = entire trip was made at which it was decided to holda national water ways convention at either Washington or New York before the reassembling of Congress to discuss ways and means to secure a more liberal policy toward the improvement of waterways The committee has promised to use its influence to secure a nine foot stage of the Ohio to Cairo Doing Well at Carlisle Incl Con Bland formerly of Irving- ton writes to tho Wows from Carlisle r rn1 in part as roW Find IlidiwodSlOOwhiuh plw to my nvdit on llio Now which I am glad to got cv1 ry wwk JIt is like trotting a lottor fruits hono j My wiftt and llay will nut do with otifc tlio News I We are getting along fine out 1 lhero AVo all have good h1ath 1 und this is the finest country I haw t over seen in my roundc Irind sells at SGO to 100 dollars per acre here The farmer ire all busy planting corn Wheat AIH i never better ut this times t tov i ++++++4++++++++++++++ i+++f++++ rf++f+++++ rf++++ NOTHING BUT BONE MAKES MIGHTY m fi fiTHIN SOUP r jiDr P W Foote to the Farmers it + JoJo + Jo +1+ t4 JoH ++ + +++ 1+ oHoH1ooHH1H want to report ft happy termination the farmers wool pool 11500 pounds of wool delivered in Irvington on May 15 and taken by D Davis Sons of Louisvilleat thirty cents per pound for white wool About ninety farmers contributed 1 wool to this pool and it represented I 2400 fleeces The farmer with our inspection com puttee saw each and every draft weigh He paid no commission He paid no freight lie stood no skriuk getHe got every cent of his money before leaveing town He was satisfied Yes that puts it too mildly lie was triumphantly happy2400 fleeces andI not a single fleece rejected Only about ten hard burr fleeces and they r were taken at twentyfive cents per pound What do you think aboutl it Only one tiling to think For absolute satisactiou to the farmersi this deal stands A 1 and without a par anal in the history of the county Ask j the consignors about it No use ofIr I further praise here others will attend that Whnt one proclaimed last week one hundred now proilaiui Eureka I am very greatly indebted to Hon Chas Blanford Geo Lyddan A D Ashcraft J E King and others who contributed valuable help and wise council I also wish to thank E H Shellman for his attire cooperation and kindness in having his bank cash all checks without charging a cent discount And 100 farmers through me hereby tender grateful thanks to offJ their store room in which we handled our product Our merchants the mill the banks and all other tradesmen seemed to be 1 doing a good business and gathering in part of the cash that was distributed I Irvington is a hustling town and her 1 tradesmen are courteous and will do Persons Who Never Nave Time 1 IMere and there and everywhere to be found the man and the woman who never have time There are many commendable deeds they would do if they only had the time They would read good books if they Ihad1 thet I tuna theylThey would visit the sickand 1 e needy but somehow they have not time They would write letters that ought to write but the same reason prevents them from doing i They would call on their friends cultivate good fellowship and addo the comforts of Iliving hut they dojthis They would like to make certain rokes for the extension of their business but the same shortage of renders it IIIdlelsl ceil c themselves told think they deceiving others They are Never have the time sim because they do not take the timeDoers always have the time to Busy men always find time business with you at as small profit a e will any other place There is ntor business done here than at any phce I twice the size that P know of I As your agent in this wool deal I only have one complaint to make and I hope it will serve to teach you the valuable lesson that it taught me i e1 lion sometimes appears in sheeps clothing Yes he was into the fold seeking whom he might devour before we detected him I allude to a skulking and cowardly l cur claiming that he came from Owensboro and trying to buy wool at thirtyone cents that he knew was already pledged to go at thirty cents He may have been as wise as a ser pent II but lacked everything of being as harmless as a clovetor the most stupid imagination is quicker than an electric flash is rightly c ncludiug that he was sent here to tear down if possible to defeat farm organization Nott necessary for me to tell you that he tailed altogether in his purpose for our people are loyal They do what they say they will dobut they failed to do what our Hoosier neighbors would have done presented him a cap a white cap Only necessary for me to tell you that twenty seven to twentyeight cents was the very highest price that Owensboro Evansville or Louisville would offer for this wool at the time that we pooled and sold it I tried them all We secured thirty cents and caused our neighbors to get it also I knew it would call out the war dogs Trip Tray HeckShep and Bull yes the whole pack But who cares let them yelp Equity for one is Equity for all Nothing but be lie makes mighty thin soup Farmers get together and stay together I beg you not to be snared by tbe enemy when he bobs up at the last moment and tries to buy you for one cent P W Foote to complete their tasks They cannot lengthen a day so they crowd their tasks into its limits They make the hours that are available suflice If you fire one of those who never have timen change your ways Try this Make up each day a schedule of what you shall do at each hour and do not budge from the schedule It will sur prise you to find how readily you can dispose of a task within a cer tain time if you convince your self that you have to It is the feeling that you must that will force you to do it Let each item on the schedule be regarded as an i inviolateI engagemnt WItI IIself and do not let the business ofI ne item cut into the time set for the next These definite engage moats with yourself will enable you to have time for work Icadtt ing writing calling churchgoing- and recreation Do not stop to think it over You will forget about it if you de ay Try this plan at once What will you do at 4 oclock i this afternoon CourierJournal eElopeFrank Bryant and Miss Ola Hubbard of near Roma IndIeloped to Cannelton last week and were married The Combination of Usefulness and Stylei- s J fittingly illustrated in our Rainstop o Overcoat These light weight service overcoats withstand the severest showers and storms without allowing = penetrateAis given that these dressy overcoats will give the utmost satisfaction in lit workmanship and dur ability our guarantee and that of the makers of th- eJiiJTh2an krmenTliccc garments are cut in the latest fashions and are vcrn in all kinds of weather andat all times They arc especially adaptable for early Spring and Lr the chilly evenings dur ing SummerTo men who are out of doors contin induQensiblcWe skde and patterns Length 52 inches Pries 12 to 25 F FRAIZE Cloverport Ky A I A LETTER FROM C C LEWIS A Former Stephensport nan Writes About Crops in Texas Etc Temple Texas May 14 1905 Mr Tno D Uabbage Clover port Iv3My Dear Sir theebeIyou arrange have a regular correspondent from there as well as one from Union Star Surely if you will make the request and furnish stamps and stationery you will have no trouble in getting a good correspondent from both places and if it is in order we herewith place in nomination the name of Mrs Bettie Napper as the repre sentative from Stephensport tike will make you a good correspond ent lire are having considerable rain in Texas this season butnot withstanding this the crop conditions in this partCentral Tcxn- aare exceedingly good The o crop bids fair to be the largest iin point of yield and possibly so iin acreage that we hive had iin many years Some fields fire turning a little now and shortly thehum of the binder and tli whistle of the thresher will b heard and then the big wagons loaded with the sacked grain wi be rolling into town They will1 have a big load too as a man would hardly think of coming to town with less than one hundred bushels Twenty to thirty rive sacks of live bushels to the bag is the WilY they come and you would be surprised to see how many Old Hickory and Owens boro wagons are used in doin the work In oflthe oat crop I am reminded that this is a little in advance of your season and if I remember correct ly your strawberries are not ripe yet as I recall that several ago when I was express agent at Stcphensport that jolly Sam Reynolds was congratulating himself on delivering to me for shipment to New Albany tll first two crates on May 221 thinkI it was and to think that this i only the 14 and ours have come and1 gone here but our grocoryman tells us that he will have them on sale again in a few days from the north and this is what helps the exprss ccompanies We ship up your way and you later ship your surplus back our way With best wishes to you and1 the News I amYours truly- C C Lewis Graham Announces For Congress LeitchfieldjKy May 17 Judge J C Graham has announced himself a candidate for Congress Judge Graham has held the oflice County Attorney for three termsTO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY LAXATIVE BUOMO QUININE Tablets All druggists refund tie money It It- tUs to cure E W Ornvus signatureI 1s on box 25c i of tt GO TO J McGLOTHLAN PIGGOTT 1 oI FOR YOUR GOODS AND QUIT GOINQ TO SEARS ROEBUCK WE MAKE THE PRICE ALL WILLII f1 McGLOTHLAN PIGGOTT Irvington Ky i WJ1 I DR MOFFETTS TEETHING POWDERSt osts Only 25c at Druggists or 25c to C J MOFFETT Hl D St Louis Mo I Mother Hesitate no longer but save the health and life of powderst k r comes the effects of the summers heat upon teething childrenii ntrDR P1C MITCHELL DENTIST OVEReTHE FAIR- s Satisfaction assured Profession 11alPrices t I = LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLEE PACKET GO- txcomOIlATED Fast Mail and Passenger Line between Louisville and Evat s gvaleSteamers Tarascon Tell City Leave Louisville Monday Wednes- s day Friday and Saturday 4 p m Leave Evansville Monday 10 a m Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 6 p m Through freight rates and passengej tickets to Cincinnati Freight ship ments delivered quicker than by PASSENGER FARE REDUCED- s Cloverport to Louisville 15 Clavorport to Evansville 175 Cloverport to Owensboro 75 Splendid accommodations for stock General Office o4150i5S 4th st Louisville Ky C V WILLIAMS G F and P A GEOH WILSON Supt SUMMER EXCURSIONS III VIA ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R to California and Colorado and to the Lewis nnd Clark Cealinnial Exposition PORTLAND OREGON at special reduced rates Homeseekors round trip and one way colonist on the first and third Tuesdays in each month to points in Mississippi and Louisiana Homeseekers round trip on the 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troubleby lltiltttheMr S S Ball of Riveniwnod V V MT HI wa troubled with Maurtor w Kodol Digests What You rtBot1l only 1 Mat1i r tnparM by B O PWITT ft Co OHtOASC Sold 1y nil l riiidtK for the 1005 Kodnl Afnanac J and 200 Year Calendar 4d t Patent on Pencil Holder County AMormy Gun Brown Tlurdinsburff title boon granted patent on a pencilholder Sena in your Subscription new 4 b A AfrK 1 The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY May 24 1003 Corresponding Member YMCA AV B Oolze bus been appointed local corresponding member of the Young Mens Christian A so oiation by the State Executive Committee The Young Mens Christian Association has corres ponding members in towns where there is not a YM CATho prin cipal duty of a corresponding member is to interest himself in every young man of his town and to notify the Y M C A when over ho leaves town giving his destination and other necessary information so that ho may come under the influence of this organ ization as far as possible The corresponding member is author ized to appoint an assistant in each c hurch of the town Brownie in Hawesville Trade The steamer Brownie which was built at Stephonsport is now making regular runs in the pus onger and freight trade between Hawesvillo and Tell City The boat was built by Capt YoA Pottit of Stephensport and is in his charge Judge J S Adair also has an interest in the boat The Brownie is fiftyone feet in length twelve feet wide and is Actuated by a thirtyhorsq power gasoline engine The boat was namedafter Miss Brownie Adair assistant postmaster at Hawesville The Brownie will meet every passenger train that passes Haw esvillo except the late train going west and that will be met Sunday nights the boat Ilying at Tell City over night If the business will justify its remaining in the service the enterprise will no doubt prove a great convenience to these towns Bilious Bill was getting bloated And his tongue was mncnly coated Patent tomcwouldnt euro him Companies would not insure him All his friends were badly trighten edBut their spirits soon were lightened EARLY RISER pills relieved him the famous Little Pills EARLY RISERS cure Constipation Sick Headache Biliousness etc by their effect t n the liver Tney never gripe or sicken but iiroart ealy rising energy Good for children or adults Sold by All Druggists Has Position in Drugstore Edward Harris has a position at the City Hall Pharmacy Sixth and Jefferson streets Louisville in which Albert Solbrig a former Cloverport boy has an interest Ho has attended the scoool of pharmacy in Louisville for a year Great Picnic in Grayson Five thousand people the greatest crowd ever at a social gathering in Grayson county assembled at Leitchfield lust ANQEL CHILDREN Is there any happier woman in this world than that mother whose each successive little one seems to her but one more dar ling angel to continually lift her thoughts toward the sunshine of perfect happiness But sorry is the lot of that poor moth er to whom motherhood has ceased to be a rejoicingbut stead a burden to be dreaded and looked forward to with melancholy and apprehensionAbout months before our last baby was born which is our fourth 1writes Mrs Nellie Carl of Myrtlepoint Coos Co Oregon my health was very poor I had been troubled for about eight years with female J 1disease I doctored with good physicians but obtained no relief so I wrote to the Worlds pis peniary Medical Association and was advised J to take Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription and Golden Medical Discovery I did so and am happy to say my health began to Improve and I did my work up to the last nod felt splendid I got along finely during confinement and have the healthiest baby I eyer saw When he was three months old he weighed eighteen pounds he is now seven months old and weight I twentyour pounds I can say I have had no my old troubles I thank you very 1 1retumo the good you have done me woman niay write to Dr R V Pierce of Buffalo N Y a statement of her case which will be considered in absolute confidence by this physician who stands among the foremost specialists of the century m the treatment of womens diseases He will send her in a plain sealedenvelope sound sensible valua ble advice free of all charge Dr Pierces great ill lustrated Common Sense Medical Ad I viser will be sent free paperbound for 21 onecent stamps to pay the cost of mailing only or cloth bound for 31 stampsrre I1 We Risk It Druggists Who Sell Dr MilesPNervine Agree If It Fails To Refund Cost Of coutse wo reimburse tho druggist You know him and trust him Dr Miles Nervine is medicine for your nervesIt diseases of tho Internal or gans by giving tono to tho nerves which make these organs work It Is a novel theory not of anatomy but of treatment first dlscoyered by Dr Miles and slnco made use of by many wideawake physicians who ap preciate Its valuo In treating tho sick If you aro sick wo otter you a way to be made wellDr Mlles Nervine This medicineI Is a scientific euro for nerve disorders such as Neuralgia Headache Loss of Memory Sleepless ness Spasms Backache St Vltus Dance Epilepsy or Fits Nervous Prostration etc By toning up tho nerves Dr Miles Restorative Nervine will also cure those diseases of tho Internal organs duo to a disordered nervous system Some of these aro Indigestion Bil lous Headache Kidney Trouble Chronic Constipation Dropsy Catarrh Rheumatism etc My brother had nervous prostration and was not expected to live I pre vailed upon him to try Dr Miles Restorative Nervine and now he has fully recovered You remember I wrote you how It saved my life a few years ago when I had nervous troublo I everyoneItEVDI FREEWruo us and we will moll Free Trial Package of Dr Miles AntiPain Pills tho New Symptom your case and tell you what is wrong and how to right It Absolutely Free COLABORATORIES Wednesday to attend a free pic nic given by the T J Turley company of that place A Creeping Death Bloodpoison creeps up towards the heart causing death J E Stearns Belle Plalne Minn writes that a friend dreadtully injured his hand which swelled up like blood poison ing BucKlens Arnica Salve drew out the poison healed the wound and saved his lift Bent in the world for burns ana sores 2oc at Short x Haynes drug store TOLSTOIS UPLIFTING PLAN Given Dnokn to IliiHNlnii Iertsnnts to Further Self Ednentlon While the preys boars dispatches of the ever fresh disasters which tile Rus slans suffer at the hands of their little brown enemies while the nations watch with anxious Interest the over growing evidences of strife and disorder within the czars domain there comes from St Petersburg news that cheers with Its optimistic Indication of sanity and hope In the breast of at 1 least one of that disaster ridden people says a writer in the Metropolitan Mag azine Count Tolstol the apostle of reform and peace for Russia has taken anoth er step looking to the education of the ignorant masses and has opened in St Petersburg with branches throughout the country stores to supply the schools of the poor people with books at the cor of manufacture Unable because of his limited means to d more Tolstol has perfected a system which by the expenditure of the large sums of money he has donated will place in tla hands of the utterly Ig norant peLLints the flrst rudiments of that education which can effect their uplifting t is only one of the hundred worthy charities of a grand old manHad Russia a few more Tolstois and a few less on Plehves she might not today be cutting an abject figure before the eyes of the notions Subscribe for tho NEWS Vacation Work For Minnesota Boys Senator 0 G Laugens bill offering a two dollar reward for killing rattle snakes was recently recommended for passage by the Minnesota senate com mittee on agriculture says the St Paul PioneerPress The purpose of the bill is to rid the state especially the south western part of rattlesnakes It is argued that the bill at the same time will furnish means of employment for boys during the summer vacations The advocates of the bill say that rattle snakes are so numerous in the south western part of the state that an aver age boy can make excellent wages hunting them Tribute to Jules Verne Knowest thou tho ship of the Dreamer Bound from tho harbor of Fancy at night Laden with riches that fade In tho morn Ing- Touched with tho brilliance that shrinks from tho light Chartless and rudderless free to tho winds Scorning the channel and daring tho shoal Waking to life all tho dead in tho waters Giving to Nothing tho boon of a soul Knowest thou tho craft of our youthtlmo Sped by tho breezes of What Might Bo Skirting the islands of Near and Far LandcTrolling for beams in tho sunlit sea Signaling ever tho argonaut fleet That followed her wako to tho shores of There Guiding the venturesome young in their strong tlmo To catch alt tho trade winds of Do and Dare Dead is the skipper that sailed tho Dream Ship Sewed is tho shroud of tho captain bold Up from tho waters ye swept at his bid ding The mist that arises Is dank and cold Sadly at last we must turn In our Jour ney- Groping our way oer tho seas we havo tracked Sailing in sorrow through breaker and billow flack to tho mainland of Matter of Fact W H James in St Louis Republic I A LKA CANS ONEALLONOPE4Cf RowLNEE 4fAiTHEBETmIILN iE Mar pua Lw JImportant Memorandum A b m au r 4t b M 1I1 ef aJ w + b s7 oo 1 I TIMp1pM br1111l tat la Mb lj MfU= t nunt tai ti yiuuul rn4 Pan lab Jai s PMMboa- When we tell you palm you buy the liniced oil separately We know from out experience that puimvithout fresh linseed oil iit not going 10 lilt very long Ol course it may look well in the beginning but in the end what Were here in busmen i mvind when we recommend Kinloch PaInt we certainly mutt be pMiive ofto ttiying qualities too We can give you tome real inlurnunon on painting When you are ready to buy come and K r ui about t t1t1 PAINT t time Irvington with fresh pure linseed Ky oil KIN LOCt1 PAINT COMPANY AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 3 The Diadem Roller Mills c j One of the Leading Mills in the State = Every Sack of Flour Meal or Feed Guaranteea or Money Refunded = i We deliver at all points along the railroad and river We want j- j the merchants orders All orders given prompt attention Lowest = cash prices and biggest discounts = t t 3 Machinery and Oils E Plows double shovels cultivators of all kinds in fact every kind a machine that can be used on a farm We also carry in stock all = IIof ot machine and engine oils at the very lowest prices Call and see us 3 Our Line of Vehicles E Top buggies and runabouts S32 and up Buggy harness 57 and up = Fertilizers1 = = We have fertilizer at glS per ton and up The very best tobacco = fertilizer at 28 Call and see us and let us figure with you = Respectfully = i B C DIECKMANS SONS Merchant Millers and Grain Dealers = STEPHENSPORT KY tTTTVTTTTTTTTTTTVTTTTTTTTT TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT 0 MAY PLANS BRI- NGSurnmer Tans Remember that Vacations are Rock Island Specialties Theres Hot Springs Ark on our lInea health and pleasure resort high up in the foothills of the Ozark Mountains Cool and delightful theres Colorado the goal of thousands of summer visitors theres California and Washington and Oregonthe LEWIS AND CLARK EXPOSITION At Portland Dont forget that a visit to the Fair may in clude a trip over the entire Pacific Coast Let us help you plan your Outing this year Illustrated Booklets free r Very Low Vacation Rates ALL SUMMER GEOII lEE G P A II I McGUIRE DPA Little Rock Ark Cincinnati 0 1 Supper Was Financial Success The ice cream and strawberry supper given by the ladies of the Presbyterian church last Wed nesday evening at Oelzes Hall was a financial success notwithstanding the inclement weather The net receipts was 1605 Good Advice Is to tell your neighbors to use Para camph for Cold in the Head or Chest It relieves Colds Catarrh and Sore Throat quicker than any other known remedy because it opens the pores in duces perspiration and removes con gestion It drives away that stopped up feeling and draws out all fever and inflammation Try it It wont take a minute and it will relieve you in less time Wedding at Victoria John McGovorn a young farmer was married Thursday morning to Miss Harriet rate at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs L P Pate at Victoria Father C Brey officiated A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES Itching Blind Bleeding or Protruding Piles Druggists refund money It IAZO OINTMENT fulls to euro any case no matter or how long standIng In 6 to ii days First application gives ease and rest Soc If your druggist hasnt K send 50c In stamps and It will be forwarded postpaid by ParIs Medl clnoCo St Louis Mo Was in Oklahoma Cyclone Nows has reached hero that tho homo of Davis Conner formerly of Rome Ind wad destroyed in the cyclone which killed 125 peo ple at Snyder Oklahoma tJ f I1 1 i 0OT 1nllJch HOUSE PAINT the family medicine in thousands of homes for 52 yearsDr Thachers Liver and Blood Syrup CURES STOMACH TDO LEA- nHE body gets its lifo from properly digested Healthy digestion means pure blood for the body but stomach troubles arise from carelessness in eating and stomach disorders upset the entire system Improperly masticated food sours on the stomach causing distressing nauseaWhenthe stomach becomes weakened and worn out and dyspepsia claims the victi- mThodfords BlackDraught cures dyspepsia It frees the stomach and bowels of congested matter and gives the stomach new lifo The stomach is quickly invigorated and the natural stimulation results in a good appetite with the power to thoroughly digest food You can build up your stomach with this mild and natural remedy Try Thedfords Black Draught today You can buy a- package from your dealer for 25c If ho does not keep it send the money to The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn and a package will be moiled you THEDFORDS BIACKDMUGHT t Weve Hired x UncleSam Pu = I11 As our agent to snow and SHU our goods and an investment through him with us Iin utter than n Govern i ment lioml This is a specialofTeriug of wells 11Spring ji Suits ajl10 I I1 1They are black Thibets for dress wear suit fancy Cassimeres and W Worsteds in light medium and dark tey patterns for basiness wear They Vgj are GUARANTEED ALIrWOOI and f suede in thoroughly uptodate styles What we ask you to do is to write mid ask for samples and measure 1 tanks raying you saw TIlls ad in THIS paper Ours is the largest and oldest house in our Iliac in the South We OWN our flliMiflfP and have done business on the SASH SPOT forever IORTY YEARS We sell CLOTHING HATS and FfRNISH INdS for men and boys SHUKS for every body We PAY EXPRESS on f5 worth and send all Roods SI IIJUCT TO APPROVAL Style hooks for an lines free all request let us hear from you e NONeee oeeeee eeNeee e e Neeeee ee e t of OFFICERS J B F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier J DIRECTORS v Morris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F Beard A M Kincheloe D S Richardson i iDrInsured against loss by fire or burglary 2 Interest paid on time deposits coooNeoeoeeoeoeoeooooeeeNOeeeeooooeoNeeoosNeoThe Cloverport KyI Cap tal Stock 45100 Surplus 7000 Incorporated Organ zed It 1872 W H BOWMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier DR F L LIGHTFOOT VPres CHAS B SKILLMAN Asst Cashier Accounts of Firms Individuals and Corporations solicited Any business entrusted to us will receive prompt and careful attention Storage place for packages in our fireproof vault furnisbedour customers tree NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS Interest paid on time deposits u u I I I NIi First State Bank IRVINGTON KY W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VirePiesident- H H KEMPER Cashiers Accounts of Corporations Finns and Individuals solicited ii Interest Paid on Time Deposits 0 e N N N eee + THE Fifth Avenue HOTELLouisville Y PIKE CAMPBELL lUgrI andI LEVYSThird LOUISVILLE Bank Hardinsburg = The most centrally located and only firstclass hotel In the city making a r00 rate Only one block from tho principal shopping district and twolblocks from the principal theatres Street cars puss the door to all parts of tho city- Everything neat adnlaii 1 ijr3r Ir3rjjr rr r r3 e umNNNaNNNNNNNNN u 1II i MoreDoubleTrackWriting the time when trains running between Greensboro and Charlotte will dash through a continuous city and says that the next ninetynineyear lease of the North Carolina Railroad by the Southern will call for four tracks instead of one So indeed it will and this reminds us of the agreeable statement in the Washington yesterdaythatbegin grading on the double track between Greensboro and High Point It is a continuing won der how the Southern Railway contrives to handle so many trains passenger and freight on a single track between Greensboro and Charlotte with so few accidents and a contin uing cause of congratulation to the alert and clearheaded train dispatchers The Southern is a great system the most itsdoubletrackingtraffic fifty even twentyfive years from nowCharlotte Observer TO OBTAIN THE BEST RESULTS USE THE Southern Railway- S If TAYLOEIassonuer Agent Washington D C N1eOeeeNeeeee00eee eOeeeeN 110 N NN ee1N+ + + + r r Slaves to Spring Catarrh Restored to Health by peruna H I Miss Lydia Horziger Grand Recorder of Amen I i can Daughters of Independence writes from i II Keenah Wis as follows j I have used Peruna now for touryears each I i Spring and Fall and It keeps me perfectly well t and strong I am able to continue working and do not have to take a three months rest as I used to do every year This Is a great comfort to me as I was not able to afford such a long rest I find that It Is a great preventative forcolds and coughs and soon rids the system of all dis ease and Is an admirable medicine I can hon estly endorse ltLydia Herztger Spring Catarrh Almost every one has come to believe that spring is a season that brings de- rangements of tho body dependent on blood impurities This belief is au old one is nearly unt Ttrsal and has arisen not as the result of the teachings of this medical fraternity but has been learned in the bitter school of experience Nervous Depression Depression of tho nervous system at thu approach of spring is a fertile source of blood Impurities There are general lassltudedull heavy sensations continual tired feelings with Irregular nppotltu and sometimes loss of sleep- That Tired Feeling That tired feeling which is the nat ural result of tho depressing effect of warm weather immediately after the Invigorating cold of winter quickly disappears when Peruna is taken The Breckenridge News u WEDNESDAY May 24 IflOo BIG SPRING Mrs Jainos Ifarned who was operated on is now able to sit up Dr Moorman Hardaway ha been here the past week doing dentalI work Row dartersJ of Sonora filled his appointment here at the BaptistI church Sunday Mr Claycomb of Irvington was here Friday and Saturdayt writing insurance Miss Mabel Scott was in Bran denburg last week to take the teachers examination MrI I and Mrsi Will Selby andII Miss Nell Stithof Vine Grove were here Saturday night Miss Rce Williams of Flaherty and1ab Cosby of Kansas City Mo attended church here Sunday Mr and Mrs Orion Ivasey of Connersville Indare here visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Taylor Kasey Miss Ada Stith of I3etvlevt rile was here Saturday night to attend the piny and was the guest of liis i Zolnm Strothcr Misses Nichols and Fife of Rineyville wore hOle Saturday ttoI attend the play and are visiting Miss Lula Scott Mr and Mrs IE Dowell of Ek ronwore hero Saturday and Sun day tho guests of his mother MrsMollic Dowell Messrs Pierce JIar a way Geo Drury and Dr Moorman Ilarda way of Bewleyville were hero Saturday night to attend the play Time Big Spring Dramatic Club gave their play the second time Saturday evening to a large audi ence and they all acquitted them selves creditably- MrX and Mrs Foster Lyons of Irvington came Saturday to visit her parents Mr and Mrs Harry Miller Mrs Lyons will remain a week with her parents W trj r b- 4S SPRING THE TInE TO CURE CATARRH It Peruna Invigorates Mind and Body Hon Wm G Hunter Exmember North Carolina Legislature writes from the Census Office Building Washington DO as follows liThe greatest family medicine ever discovered in my opinion which comes from experience as well as observation is Peruna liTho most common allllctlon to humankind is n bad cold Peruna drives it out of doors wards off catarrh Invigorates and gives fresh strength to mind and body I give Peruna my unqualified en dorsement wm G Hunter J vThe Proper Remedy Peruna meets every indication and proves itself to be perfectly adapted to all their varied peculiarities Peruna invigorates the system rejuvenates the feelings restores the normal appetite and procures regular sleep Do Not Delay Got a bottle of Peruna when the first languid feelings make themselves ap parent in the spring Take it according to the directions on the bottle Con tinue this treatment through the first months of spring This course of treatment is no experi ment it is as positive in its results as any fact of science can be A Spring Tonic Almost everybody needs a tonic in the spring lSomething to brace the nerves invigorate the brain and cleanse the blood That Peruna will do this is be yond all question Everyone who has tried it has had tho same experience as Messrs Jap Phillips Hem Miller Charlie Moorman Henry Hardin Misses Maggie Bell Laura English and Anna Eliza Robertson all of Elizabethtown attended the play here Saturday given by local talents Cures Catarrhal Deafness lOne Week Use of Hyomel Did IMore Than Six Months Treatment by Specialists In the treatment of deafness which is often a result of catarrh Hyouiei acts almost immediately upon the inflamed membrane and the nearing begins lo return at once A few days treat ment will bring relief and in three or four weeks according to the sever ity of the case a cure will be accom pushed Miss Meeks of tattewanNYsayfl 10 Ryomei is truly wonderful I have used it but a short time and see a great change in my condition My hearing is improving rapidly and I had ao idea I would improve so rapid ly in so short a time My breath which was so offensive to myself and others has lost its bad odor entirely I have spent a great deal of money with catarrh specialists and can truly aay that six months of their treament is not equal to one month of Hyo smed abort Barnes are selling Hyomel upon the unusual plan of agreeing to return the money if the medicine does not cure A complete outfit costs only 100 and consists of an inhaler that can oe carried in the vest pocket a medi cine dropper and a bottle of Hyomei lbA inhaler will last a life time and there is enough Hyomei for several weeks treatment Additional bottles of Hyomei can be procured for GO cents Compare this small expense with the fees charged by specialists and then re member that if Hyomei does not cure Short R Haynes will return your money PATESVILLE Marvin Baker went to Pellville Sunday Mrs George Currie is on the sick list J T Parson went to Owensboro Thursday 6a- c 0rIiI r 1 r fi tr1 J II 1 =Mrs Winnifred Power an artist who in a recent letter from 240 7th St Port land Ore says 1 am pleased to speak a good word for Peruna as I found It an excellent tonic and spring medicine and very ef fective In ridding the system of cold catarrhAbout years ago my system was all run down in tho spring and I thought I would try and see if Poruna would bo of any assistance in bringing back my health and strengt- hI found that it was splendid and all tho medicine that I needed In a little over a month I was well and did not need to take any more medicine I shall recommend ft to every one in need of a tonic and know that 1 have only to take a few doses of Peruna when I take a cold and I will soon be over It Winnifred Power Natures Assistance Spring is the best time to treat ca tarrh Nature renews herself every spring The system is rejuvenated by r F Young is confined to his room again of asthma Clifton Baker was here Sunday the guest of Tarvin Baker MisS lone Baker of Floral at tended church here Sunday Miss Kate Temple of Pellville attended church here Sunday Dr Milncr and Millard Compton went to Cloverport Saturday Miss Mollie Fawvcrwho has bee attending school at Hnrnedrcturn- ed home Sunday Misses Anna and Sallio Baker spent Friday afternoon with the family of John McGavock of near CloverportOn of last week severalI men called Jesse Taylor of near this place out to repair a bridge His brother John Taylor was as sisting in the work while neigh bors both from far and near were gathering at the home of Jesse Taylor with many things good to eatThen Mr Taylor returned homo for dinner a great crowd of friends had collected Ho being surprised went to count ing and found eightythree of friends to take dinner with him o n his fortyfourth birthday Some of his neighbors contributed some very nice venison UJFawver of this place was present and took a picture of those who enjoyed the sumptuous repast Terrific Race With Death Death was fast approcntugwrite sI Ralph F Fernandez of Tampa Fla describing his fearful race with death Ioas a result of liver trouble and heart disease which nad robbed me ot sleep and of all interest In life I had tried many different doctors and several medicines but got no benefit until I began to use Electric Betters Ho wonderful was their effect that m threo days I felt lire a new man and today I am cured of all my troubles Guaranteed at Short Haynes drag store j price GOo GARRETT W IT Dhonau was in Brandenburg Tuesday Takes Peruna Every Spring Miss Tilly Marx 421 14th St Milwaukee Wls writesI pleased to endorse Peruna as I found it very efficient In ridding my system of a severe cold and catarrhal trouble after I had tried many other remedies without goiling relief I took Perna for two weeks when I was much better and in two weeks more 1 was entirely rid of the cold and catarrh I shall take Itmuch spring as- a tonic as I found that it made mo bettor in every wayTllly Marx spring weather This renders medicines more effective A short course of Poruna assisted by the balmy air of spring will cure old stubborn cases of catarrh that havo re sisted treatment for years A Word of Advice To those who have been afflicted with chronic catarrh we wish to say that the spring season affords you a splendid op portunity to got rid of your disease It may be you have been attllctcd for several years j you may have tried duI ferent remedies Perhaps you havo be j come discouraged Now Is Your Opportunity This failure was during tho winter months But now is your opportunity Nature comes to your assistance at this seasonJust help her a little and she will bring you out of the quagmire in which you have been floundering long Give Nature a little assistance lest her struggles bo in vain W IT Hagar of Brandenburg wits here Thursday Mrs Ben F Bates of Louis vine visited relatives here last week Walter Foushee visited his grandparents Mr and Mrs Fran cis RitchieMrs Summers visited Mrs Buckler and daughter Mrs tvcchnMiss Nellie Board was the guest of her cousin Mrs W H Dno nau a few days last week Mrs B F Bates of Louisville e Misses Lena and Kena Ritchie and Ida Hilf were guests of John Frank and family Tuesday Paracamph Removes Pimples Blotches and Black Heads Heals Cuts Burns Bruises and Swellings If you do not say it is the best remedy you ever used we will refund yopr mone- yTARFORK Born to the wife of Fritz Tabcling on May 14 a girl Owensnsister Mrs Thos II Bates Miss Maggie Keenan who has been an invalid since last fall iis visiting her cousin Mrs James Keonan but is not much improved Mrs Jess Weathorholt received tho sad news from Washington that her brother Allen Raily was seriously hurt in an accident by machinery and was badly scaldedand one leg cut off below the knee His recovery is very doubtfulMr Mrs Pad Keenan will entertain to dinner on May 31 to celebrate tho birthday of his mother Mrs Jane Keenan who is about seventy years of age They will also have religious ser vices at 3 oclock in tho after noon Friends and relatives atc invited Send In your Subscription now I I vM I t Mr James A Moody Expresident Board of Education Mineral Co W Va writes from 314 Massachusetts avenue N E Washington DO as follows My family have used Peruna for several years past with excellent results and I take t pleasure in testifying to Its superiority as a I remedy for catarrh Every spring that dreaded disease will show up in my family and we always turn instinctive ly to Peruna to ward It off t It has never yet failed and I never lose an t opportunity ot recommending It to my frlendt James A Moody tvA Typical Case Geo M Flllmoro lato 1st Lieut 3r U S Artillery writes from 909 L St N W Washington DO as follows I brought forward from winter into spring a sickening case of catarrh which was making existence miserable for mo until I was induced to try a bottlo of Peruna An immediate improvement gave me hope if not relief I kept up taking Pe runa and it has so strengthened and re lieved me that I am now confident of a cure I heartily endorse Peruna for ca tarrhal affections and as a tonic for their weakening freotsGeo M Fillmore A short course ot Peruna now will be Just In time During the month of April you will find the strategic time to rid yourself of chronic catarrh one of the most persistent stubborn diseases In the whole list of human ailments After you have tried it yen will say Peruna Is positively the bust spring medicine you havo ever used III IfAderangedments have demonstrated that there are no failures Thousands of Testimonials Thousands of cases might be quoted in which Peruna has rescued people from the ravages of spring catarrh and put themon a good solid foundation of health We can give our roaders only a slight glimpse of the vast array of unsolicited endorsements Dr Hartman is con stantly receiving No other physician in tho world has received such a volume of 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