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Digital page images are linked to the text file. h iVP F 1TT 7w F7mpw iiiiIrFT V 71t ij i J i r THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 10 1906 12 Pares NO 26n iI i TOBACCO GROW ERS ATTENTION Arrangements Completed For Pooling 1905 CropCon ditions of It A BIG SAVING TQ GROWERS It is with pleasure that your fiancial committee announces the completion of Arrangements for the pooling of the 1905 crop of tobacco upon terms similar to last year with the exception that the Bank of Hardinsburg will make the money advances to the growers instead of the Louisville Warehouse Co The conditions upon which these ad vances are made are briefly as follows The parties obtaining advances on their tobaco will be required to glee the bank a lien on said tobacco and in addition sign an agreement by which they become individually jointly and severally responsible for the whole amount of mohey so advanced including inter est at the rate of 6 per cent payable an nnally said advances to mature and be payable February 1 mos or sooner if said tobacco should be sold The advances will be as follows On the A B and C grades of leaf and lugsiI per hundred pounds On the D grade of leaf and lugs 350 per hundred pounds On the H and 0 grades of leaf and lugs 3 per hundred pounds On the trash 2 per hundred pounds On all nondescript there will be no advance In addition to the above said bank advances f1 per hundred pounds to pay the rehaudling redrying prizing class ing and hogshead expenses and also storage and insurance until the first of November 1906 Gentlemen we your committee con gratulate ourselves upon being able to finance our business at home The ob Jpctionable feature of having our tobacco tied up with the Louisville Warehouse Co is now eliminated and we hope it will meet the hearty approval of all Now let us hasten the completion of our storage house for the county and have iit ready for this tobacco in order to relieve our rehandliug houses when the prizing season comes Now gentlemen your committee wishes to call your attention to the sa Ilg to the growers under this con tract To store for a period of twelve months and sell a hogshead of tobacco through the Louisville warehouse costs as follows 13 months storage3 20 Selling 1 50 Freight 1 50 Commission 1 00 Drayage f0 Insurance 2 00 rr 9 70 Now under the psesent contract in surance will be the only expense and iit will not exceed 3 per hogshead Deducting f3 from 9 70 we have a saving of t6 per hogshead or 6000 on one thousand hogsheads Your committee further announces that Barney Squires will rehandle for the Equity people at the Allis De Jar nstte house on the Stephensport road John QReilley at Hardlnsburg and K F Lyons A Bro at McQuady and said Arises are now open to receive tobacco tVe also hope to open the house at Kir- in k a few days and also one at Mc DanielsOfficially promulgated by G S Wil son Chairman Finance Committee Breckenridge County American Society of Equity Bill Against Cigarettes- A bill was introduced in the senate Thursday to prohibit the manufactur- anti sale ot cigarettes Rheumatism It one of the constitutionalI diseases It manifests itsel painsinftamed musclesbut it cannot be applicationsIt treatment acting through the blpod and the best is coursepf the great medicine HoodsSarsaparillahichI cured thousands of cases r For testimonials of remarkable cures I 9M4 for Book on Rheumatism No1 C IL Hood Co Lowell MuI NOTABLE LIFE- CALMLY ENDED Mrs Satterfield One of Towns Oldest Women Dies After Long Illness MOTHER OF 16 CHILDREN Mrs T F Satterfield is dead Born July 14 1827 Died January 7 IgOO Age seventyeight years Cause of death seniliti A life well spent a woman that has been a credit to Cloverport a mother of sixteen children was all swept into eternity Sunday afternoon at 6HO oclock by the gentle hand of Him who knows bent Without fear or doubt this notable llife was ended Mrs Satterfield was the wife of the late T F Satterfield of Ithis city the mother of 16 children of her own and seven orphans Eight of her own children survive her Laura Charles Lo rena Thomas Luther James Satterfield and Mrs Viola Jackson and Mrs Lizzie Jackson Mrs G G Wine a daughter and Allen a son are dead She had been a confirmed invalid for five years Mrs Satterfield was married at Pince ton Kwhere she was teaching school and the home of Mr Satterfield Soon after the marriage they came to Clover port wbeie both lived until death Being a motber ofa large family and poises sing means she entertained a great deal in anti bellum days The Satterfield home was always known to have the open door for old and young During the Christmas holidays this old home echoed with merriment While the civil war was raging Mr Satterfield bought the present homestead and moved his family there Here Mrs Satterfield during the rebelioii sheltered mauy soldiers IfAs a member of the Presbyterian church she made her presence felt for- gOd Joining this church soon after her arrival here sae remained a con stant worker in it until she became an invalid She was a sister to the late John Allen l of Princeton and a niece of the l1ite Col D RMurray of this city the lute Mrs Dr Sebastian of this place The funeral services were held at her late home at 2 oclock Monday after noon The interment was in the Murray family grave yard Beckham County Another effort will be made by the legislature to cut off sections of two or three counties and organize a new one sq that they can name it Ueckham county Mr Beckhams pets tried the same thing on the legislature of 1002 they tried it again in IgW and succeed ed in passing the bill through Loth houses It is needless to say it was promptly signed and proclaimed to be a law for the county was named Beck ham but when they rerun the lines as given in the act they discovered that Beckham county crossed the river and took in a good strip of the State of Ohio and robbed an adjoining county of its courthouse Thus the first countyo iBeckham died abornin Now effort will be made to perpetuate the memory of the boss by cutting a slice out of Ohio Breckenridge and Grayson counties and forming a new county that they may perpetuate the memory of the first Governor of Kentucky who used his pardoning and appointin- power to increase his personal influent- with e corrupt politicians in order that he night defeat the will of the people ambitionMayefield Monitor Light Plant Destroyed 1tire between two and there oclock o New Years morning completely de stroyed the Cannelton electric tight rivefg r station firs Conrad Entertains Mr and Mrs 8 P Conrad had a party ot friends to 0 oclock dinner at their home in the west end lintag prese were Mr and Mrs IL L Oelze Mis Mary Oelze Miss Ethel Oelze Miss Judith Miller Miss Grace Plank Messrs Walter Oelze and Harr Hills Hill lVulke ofClocer reek nelg a borhood as gone to pdon Kane where he well far MRS JO PORTERS NARROW ESCAPE Lamp Bursted and Fire En dangered Her Life and Home WAS RESCUED BY DAUGHTER Mrs Jo Porter hada narrow escapa at her homo in the West End from a horrible death last week While attempting to place n lamp upon a table Mrs Porter let it fall the lamp bursted and flew into a mass of flames catch ing Mrs Porters apron afire and endangering the entire house Had it not been that her daugh ter Mrs Geo Mullen who asi in an adjoining room heard the confusion and gone to her moth ers rescue death would have been probable Mrs Mullen jerked the apron off her mother and with the assistance of her father Mr Jo Porter smothered out the fireMrs Porter is 64 years oldand one of Clovorpprts esteemed la diesPATEBRICKEY PATEBRICKEYNUPTIAL KNOT Tied at Brides Home Sunday Af ternoon in Presence of Nearly 100 People ARE OF PROMINENT FAMILIES Miss Lucetta Pate was married to Mr Frank Brickey Sunday af ternoon at the brides home nea Hardins schoolhouse by Rev H M Currie of this city Miss Pate iis the only daughter of Mr and Mrs C V Pate Mr Brickey is a son of sir and Mrs John g Brickey of Mattingly Mr and Mrs Brickey will live at Mattingly where sir Brickoy is engaged in farming Both are members of prominent Brecken ridge county families Nearly a hundred relatives witnessed the ceremony the wedding being one of the largest that has ever taken place in this community Miss Pate is a pretty young wo man gifted with that enviable kind of beauty that is only pos sessed by country girls She iis accomplished and very popular youniiin g I the agricultural world Tho News extends best wishes Marshal Dellaven Investigating Robbers waea gations concerning the robbery ot stores in Cloverport and Hawesville thought to have been committed by Jwwisboro negroes Ueorgo Douglass was thought to have robbed Wilsons store at Hawesville and a cloak wa Smituand identified by Wilson as one the Itt was taken to Haweevllleand the clerk In charge of the cloak department ex nnineil it and stated that it did not come from Wilsons utoca But Frank Fraize a Clovorport mercnunt whoso store was also robbed positively iden titled the cloak as one that IIP had lost It is believed that a guns of rse gular business of visiting neighbor nttag towns and breasting into stores Saturdays Owensboro Messenger Twentythree Miners Killed Blaetleld W Ya Jan 4Twenty three miners were killed by an eelpos ion at the mines of trio Coaldalo Coal llCoeI Coke Company today Etg teen others were seriously injured GOLDEN ROD- SHINES NO MORE Mrs S J Cain Dies Suddenly Correspondent of News for Many Years HER LIFE A STAR OF HOPE It is my sad duty to chronicle the death of Mrs Sallie Jolly Cain Golden Rod which occured at the homo of her father T J Jolly last Friday morning at about seven oclockHer death was so sudden and a severe shock to the entire com munity which seemed appalled at the awful hand that so quickly and quietly took home to Him she who hadseemed so full of life and healthand strength She had arisen in the early morning and while waiting for the breakfast hour wrote a letter to her absent boy Tom with a smile and pleasant word for the members of her family She sat at the breakfast table and after drinking a cup of coffee moved from her place at the table to the stove and picked up a house hold pet and seemed in an unusually fine spirit when suddenly with out even a groan she fell from her chair and when the family reached her she had peacefully without even a struggle fallen asleep in the arms of Jesus and while everything possible to re store life was done it was of no avail andonly the lifeless body remained to the agonized family Mrs Cain was the eldest childof Thos J and Amandy Lee Jolly She was born March 20 1854 and was married to WooH Cain Jr in the fall of 1872 To this union ofrwhom are living while one little baby in infancy passed over to await the coining of the precious mother on this sad day of the New Year These five children Flor ence Robert Jolly called Roy 3r Will Thomas Beverly and llurlbert together with the hus band are loft to mourn her loss md to bless and cheensh her memo oryIn tho sacred circle where she presided as wife and mother the beauties of a consecrated life shown forth and tho legacy of this faithful life is moro precious to them than silver or gold InI her church to which she was a loyal member since her conver sion at the ago of twelve years inI the Sunday school in the Mission ary Society her death has loft a sad vacancy which time alone will fillBro D S Campbell came from Kussellville to preach her funeral sermon Bro W H Roe her pastor assisting Services wore conducted at her fathers house at 1 oclock Sunday afternoon A largo crowd of sorrowing friends followed her to her last resting place in tho Blanford burial quietlyhmorningtunderstand what seems at thisI dark hour a cruel andsudden blow All wo can do is to live soI that wo may meet her in a better world than this for we believe she is with tho angels now and it is her gain and happiness to bo with tho Saviour she lovedand served so faithfully here Earth is brighter because she has bee hero and heaven is nearer because she has gone there A Loving Friend afrohW 1C Dorst is sick BANDYMILLERHOME Near Guston Irvington Social Club Entertained By Mrs Pig ott DRUGGISTS OF 2 COUNTIES MEET Irvintgon Ky Jan 9Speclal Miss Hettie Bandy was married to Mr John Miller by Rev E W Graves of Irvington at the country home of Mr and Mrs Will McCoy near Gus ton on Monday last They will live near here on a farm at present The Social Club was delightfully entertained by Mr and Mrs W j Piggott on New Years evening Veil clogs refreshments were served Every one went away with a happy heart and good wishes for every body during the New Year The druggist of Meade and Brecnen ridge counties had a meeting here Friday afternoon and organized themselves with the National Association of Retail Druggists Tate WcGruder Miss Lennie Tate of aicGavock neighborhoodwas married to air Lee McGruder of Owcnsboro nt Hawesville last week MISS Tate is the daughter of Mr and Mrs tim Tate tlnda beautiful girl with many accomplishments sir icGruder is a sturdy prosperous farmer sir and Mrs McGruder will live at Petit Daviess county The News extends good wishes LADIES AIDAT BIG SPRING las Delightful New Year Party at Home of Mr and Mrs Strother HOLIDAY IDEA CARRIED OUT Big Spring Ky Jan8Special Mrs Win H SJtrother and Miss Strother entertained the Ladles Aid octatv dell ntfol1y New Year wIth a Uood Luck party Th holiday idea was carried out in de tall and the whole noose was beautiful1 ly decorated in red and green The rooms ware decorated in graceful festoons ot evergreen confetti and etc with numerous red horse shoes used effectIvely The green was relieved by center red New Year bells For amusement there was a delightful hnnt for three hand red and siztyflvo four leaf clovers Miss Mayme Trent found the greatest nnmbei awl was presented wIth a our leaf clover stickpin- A bulfet luncheon was served itnd central table had a centerpiece of eanisence lace and lighted by n brass undalubia and candle sticks with red shades The dining room was otherwise deI orated in palms and ferns and a ca opy ot red and green confetti There were abouseventy guests present and the amount taken in was 005 Cincinnati Saloons Cincinnati Jan aEor the first time in twenty years all of the saloons of this city were closed at midnight tnicht and tho midnight closing- law was observed This general alosin of the saloons is a result of an order Issued today by Mayor Denipse elect de on theDemocratic ticket in the ro cent election During the night the pollee raided several gambling houses and broke up all the paraphernalia Mrs Oelze Entertains Mr and MrsAmile Celia entertained a party ot friends last Thnieday 1night prenwero Payne Mr and Mrs S P Conrad Mrs Mary Oelze Miss Ethel OolzeMessrs Harry Hills and Walter Uelre oa TORIABe- srs d You Have Always Boucht s theat dpo- t START THE NEW- YEAR RIGHT Sunday Services at M E Church CrowdedTwo Good Ser mons By Rev Currie NEW YEAR SABBATH IS QUIET Cloverporters started the New Year right last Sabbath Large congregations were had at all the spentingooddiscourse Celestial Brey No church services wore held at the Baptist and Presbyterian churches Morning and night preaching by Rev B M Currie was had at the M E church Rev Currie gave forceful talks from Matthew 721 in the morning and Genesis 371 at the night service EpworthLeague eveningProf dent of the League led the exerciser of that society He made an impressive talk to the Leaguers in connection with the scheduled topic They will have hereafter a regular program arranged and carried out at each of its devo tional meetings The social com mittee under the direction of the thirdvicepresident Miss Jennie Harris will have charge of tho program and its rendition 26YEAROLDJUDGE HENRY Presides Over Ills First Case With DignitySays Go to Jail FILLING CAMPAIGN PROMISES Hardinsbnrg Ky Jan 0Special Judge Henry Dee Moorman heard presidededignity The case concerned a coloreu girl who was charged with bonsibreaking In default of ball she was sent to jail to await the action of v tile Grand Jury The case of Breckenridge Bank vs Smart and Company was afllrinod by the Court of Appeals last week This Is a victors for the Bank and ends the litigation which has been long drawn out WntclietT on Hoard Ship Onboard nil ships a series of watches ago established so that work Is shared equally among the sailors To aid this object also the crews are divided Into two divisions starboard and port A andnthere are seven watches The watch which Is on duty in the forenoon one day has the afternoon next day and the men who havo four hours rest one nIght have eight hours the next This Is the reason for having dog watches whIch are made by dividing the hours between 4 p m and 8 p m Into two Predictedg lagcurrency reform a panic beside whisk former panics will seem inalg- iticant was predicted by Jacob H Schiff head of the banking Him of Kuhn Loeb Co Inn speech before the New York Chamber of Commerce today Mr SchIff said ho did not roo garll SUCh a panic as imminent but relieved it will come unless something Is done to remedy the lack of elasticity of tho present currency system He declared that he did not favor tho plan proposed by secretary of tho Treasury Shaw for relief of the sluation it being his opinion that the Secretarys plan would ala speculation rather than legitimate business Mr Hchiff favored a currency bused on commercial paper as more helpful to the general ipalness interests of the county r 4 CVf x i t u y 1 1- v t J J J r l I J i I- fI I I r Louisville Daily HERALD Andi Breckenridge NewsI IOne year for just Two DollarsIIUntil JANUARY 31we yearforSend orders to this office Offer expires January 31 1906 the BRECKENRIDGE NEWS Cloverport Ky 11 tJMfVtt rAW The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JANUARY 10 1908 Recomendations in- Governors Message Here are some of the most impotant recommendations that Gov Deokham makes in Ills message Abolition ot local asylum hoards and the establishment of a central Board of Control The construction if an addition to the Feeble minded Institute Appointment of the Board of Prison CouiwissioneiH instead of electing them Establishment of normal schools if that can be done without trespassing on the school fund Abolition of the school trustee sys tem Encouragement for the Geological Survey and the Department of Agriculture Labor and Statistics Adoption of the recommendations of the Railroad Commission Establishment of a hume for the treatment of persons afflicted with tnbercueosis Further appropiiations for the Cap itol building Employment of a practical printer to assist the Board of Sinking Fund Com mibsiouers Appropriation of 5OUO for tile His torlcal Society- Examination of State banks by the State iusnector and Kxauiiner Prudent und conservative legislation usI to insurance companies Change in tan criminal lawo that the trial Judge shall Inflict the penal ty UerriUie in the number of challenges allowed the lfrf u+e In ciimiuui trials Cttrlrting the right of appeal in criminal1 eettet- einaictttit of for death penalty in the Frankfort iMutlentinry atone A nUAKANfUIIU CUKll IOR IHIIS itching tWIIIl tredillorixu to rtuaddlnune elf lAm UITNVNT hills to rtrh In u w II is7u iiIo Un Shop Notes Attilla Coss private car is beiuc freshened up At tho hops tnr Ridgoly JaycH who will 1 leave shortly with his family on a trip to his old hJine in Gtorgiii Parlor ear Ko dIU which has len in the jwnt shop sometime being rt modeled will lie ready for omoe in ft taw drya VVhsu finished the couch will be situ birto the two ntw parlor ears now in IIPO with the exception that the insult wood work wili be Uttter Unglue Dos is and 10 are being over hauled Thing ere very lust with the shop boys this week lint the lid is expected to blow off Feb 1 when une of the buys will probably Ilie first out on the matrimonial run Itverybodjr dont know it lint Hender son Itonte boys have a language all their own A fireman who hue what is called a steady girl be is said to be first in if one of his belat ed brother ran oulytalk to his honey oooKsionally he is said ton extra When a fireman hns far wed bii oars no diligently that he emu wane the mailer brother to build a ant iu the parlor every Sunday night and canoe the big rod lamp to shine he omits that a regular stopping st- antlabif the tire 11 built ut rare times ha Unns the hove a flag station When u young innn is said to have a passenger run tilt out it Is a sure sign that he te engaged Th secret of auccesefully ridding the system otf a cold is a thorough evacua tion of the bowels Kennedy a Laza live Homey and Tar does this Liquid Cold Cure drives nil cold out of the system Best for Coughs Croup etc Sold by all Druggists ADDITIONALLOCALS Miss Adell Fisher of Owensboro returnedt home Monday after a short visit to relatives Mrs D Stuart Miller Jr has re turned from a visit to Owunsboro Mrs Joe Haley and son Martor Murtz and sister Miss Susie Camp of lonsville wore the guest of rela tives here last week D H Severs was at home part ot last week Mias Ruth White of Webster is here with her aunt Mrs Will White attending school Mr and Mrs Walter May and daughter left Tnnrsdav morning for their horne in Detroit aftet a visit to his parents Mr and Mrs Chins May Mr and Mra W H Bowmer and du nghtor Miss Marion went to Louis yule Thursday to spend two months with Mr Will Bowmer Mr and Mrs Claude R Murray left Thursday for their home m Will tianson Va after a Christmas visit to his parents Mr and Mrs A H Murray Miss Clara Carter has returned to school after spending the holidays at homo I 1amilyIM Ihs Maggie Carter has returned to Irviugtou after a visit to her parents here Honons Kafferty is in Louisville this wee Miss Lila Sever will go io Danville Jan 2t to enter Calwell college for the study of music Mrs J IU Connor has returned to Owensboro after a visit to relatives hett A B kJlltnn was at Webster Thursday Mrs James H tikillumn was at Wthte Thursday Miss lieu Out Hull has returned from a visit to relatives In Calhoun Mr and Mrs J D i3abbage went to Louisville Thursday Owen Hunter of Philadelphia has Iwen the guest of Miss Ray Geyser Mis Hurry Conover has returned to Owinsboro after a visit to Mr and Mrs James Younger Hour Wagnfir Hites Run was in town Friday Ben Noble and family have moved into the Porter property on the schoolhouse hill Price Graham and family will prob ably occupy the Oelze property on the school noose hill formerly occupied br Nathaniel Tucker Flndge Carter came to town Friday Smith Wagoner Bites Run was here Friday Tuo Lyddan Wobstur was hero Thursday loosing for mules to buy Robert Lent and sister Miss Myrtle ot Stepnensport wlio spent Christmas with Mr and Mrs Jno Lyons at Tobinaport returned home Friday Mrs1 Carrol Benton und her four hundeouio children who spent Christmas with her parents Mr and Mrs 0 B Mattingly returned to thoir homo in Louisville Friday Mrs J G Harris was in Louis ville Friday Mr Iud Mrs Chas Lightfoot are with relatives at Sorgho Mr and Mrs Win T Sterett and daughter Mr and Mrs Clarence Sturett and daughter of Hawefiville were with Mrs J C Jarboe Sunday a week ago Miss Irene Jarboe gave an afternoon party Wednesday in honor of her sister Miss Marvto the following Mistresses F P Payne G W Short Leonard OHze Linn McQiivnck and W H Bowmer Misses Marion Bowmei Elizabeth and Margaret Skillman Adelia Moorman Georgic and Mannie White and Ray Heyser Substantial refreshments were sere ed How to Mold Pneumonia Wo have never heard of a single instance of a cold resulting in Pneu mania or other lung trouble when Foleys Honey and Tar has been taken It not only stops tho cough but heals and strengthens the lungs Ask for Foleys Honey and Tar and refuse any substitute offered Dr C J Bishop of Agnew Mich writes I have used Foleyd Honey and Tar in three very severe cases of pneumonia with good results in every case Sold bj A R Fisher Humph DunjptyComing to Louisville What will undoudtedly constitute the moat notable moutrical event of its class known to the annals of the Louisville stage will be the presentation at Mac auleys Theater for an entire week with matinees Wednesday and Satur day begiuin next Monday Jan 8 by Klaw and Erlangfr of their American reproduction of the Drury Lane London spectacle Hnnipty Dumpty with all the original cast and ensemble numbering tome BriO famous comedians singers dancers specialists and panto mists which appearedln the original American reproduction all last year at the New Amster lam Theater New York and which throughout the pres ent season will Ibe seen only in the most important theatric centers of this country Louisville is the only city in the State in which the presentation will be done and one of only four cities in the entire Sjutb in which it wi I be teem No stag presentment of the size nnd calibre of this has ever heretofore appetite in Louisville and the stage of this theater ltts been entirely reconstructed by a host of me chanics who have been working upon it for the past two weeks adapting it to this great performance It is universally conceded to be the most massive combi nation of rollicking mirth sparkling music and spectacular magnificence ever seen upon the American stage lu it are hoss of notable comedians my raids of talented specialists darpers and beautiful femininity galore Ad jectives usually to potent in describ big things are not quite adequate to lingconvey the proper impression con the magnitude and beauty of this modern Hutupty Dumpty Im agine the most gorgeously costumed play that has ever been given stage presentment and find it utterly dis counted in Huuipty Dumoty Call to mind the greatest number of people ever seen upon one stage and see double the multitude in this probuclion Conjure up memories of the most pic turesque groupings of women that have ever been offered to gladden the eyes of theatergowers in this country and experience double delight in the man net in which the great choruses and ballets are handled in this mighty beauty show Picture the most stupend ous scene environment that has marked spectacular productions in New York and Loii lou and learn that all previous records are broken lhls will give nu idea of this great combination of fun and frolic fantasy and beauty from a spectacular viewpoint It is just as great as a musical and comedyenter tatnment for the laughter that begins at the raise of the curtain is kept up at a riotous rate untill the final fall The cast and esemble appearing at Macaulys Theatre numbers at least 350 people The principal characters areplayed by the most notable comedi ans singers and dancers that have ever appeared in this class of prSductions The prices engagement dUrijthe will he 0c rc 1 100 J15D und 300 Mail orders accompanied by remit tance rddressed to the Treasurer of Macaulys Theater Louisville Ky will be filled in the order of their re cpipt The Original Foley Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar as a throat an l lung remedy and on account of the great merit and popularity of Foley a Hone and Tar many imitations are offer ed for the genuine Ask for Foloys Honey and Tar and refuse any sub stitute otlerea as no other preparation will give the same satisfaction It is mildly laxative It contains no opiates and is the safest for children and delicate persons SoW by A R FisherI Strickly to Her Own Business Wo clip the following front an ac count of a death iu a local exchange The deceased was a good woman one that attended strickly to ner own business she was very seldom seen ojt of her own home at least for wimpy years A Jamaican Lady Speaks Uglily of Cham bcrlains Cough Remedy Ms Michael Hart wife of the superintendent of Cart Service at Kingston Jamaica West Indits says that he has for some years used Cnam berlains Congh Remedy for coughs and croup whooping cough and has found it very beneficial She has as implicit confidence in Itand would not ho without a bottle of It in her homo Sold by Short Haynes Cloverport The Hudsons Welcomed Mr R N Hudson the utw General Manager ut the vLnuigville Atlantic Railroad Co arrived Monday and entered upon the duties of his olllce His family reached Versailes Tuesday night They have rented the A B Scott dwelling on Green street The community extends to Mr HUll don and family a most hearty and cor dial welcome Woodfotil County Sun Another Good Man Gone Wrong KldnoyIble hoping it would wear away and ho was soon a victim of Bright I dis ease There is danger in delay but it Foleys Kidney Cure is taken at once time symptoms will disappear the kidneys ure strengthened and you are soon sound and well A R Bass of Morgantown Ind had to get up ten or twelve tiuits in the night and had a severe backache and pains in the kidneys and was cured by Fpleya Kid nay CureSold by A R Fisher Mrs II B Grinnell On The New Vear Tho New Year dawned most glorious ly Let all of our short comings dirt likes antipathies and heart burnings 1IK burned in the grave with the Old Year Let us be determined not to resurrect one disagreeable image to haunt us through 1000 Let us be equal ly determined to have more faith in God and more faith in oar fellowbe tugs Lot us search for all the good possible in every one and eliminate the evil Let us turn a deaf ear to all unkind gossip Lot us be sure to speak a good word whenever in our power for the unfortunate and if wo are pnrticnlary favored in any way let us not target to pass it along all down the line At the close of 1000 how notch happier we all would bo The LeitchHeld Gazette I CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears mh- of3fgnaturo Iof j 75 per ce tOfthe One Nay Rate Imo FOR THE ROUND TRIP TO THE I Southwest ARKANSAS INDIAN TERRITORY OKLAHOMA TEXAS and NEW HEXICO opportunitiesThisDecember 5th and 19th Writ fcT our Illustrated Booklets und complete your plans to OO NOW We liuvt a complete llstof strawberry plants No plants sont ut until after October 1st Alter December 1st our customers may deduct from the price 20 per cent We sliull Issue n new catalogue In Jiintinry slvln full Ill MTlptlon of the old mad new varieties Our cut turners fur strawberry plants cover every State In the union Wo can dip must every month during the winter and spring except some times In January utrl February Our plants are tied In bundles of 25 each pucKed In muss in the very best tnannerln crates especially de signed for tidal putposo t tl 13 by mull 100 Ex 1000 Ex pdAlulO Auto a 40 350 Aroma 23 40 300 llubiicli t5 30 260 Hrandywlne 23 30 2 60 Boston Prize 20 50 4 00 Jllsniiirck Q 30 50 Climax 40 100 Clydo 2S 40 300 Crescent 2e 30 2 00 50EEarly Hathaway 40 71 500 250Eleanor601alrOeIlJOanily 5 30 250 03Glen00ilarerhtnd60lIero50Tesslo5oFing0oKansas50Luuls6010etlS cenll Great twomere 00Ludy250Livingston requestI STRAWBERRY PLANTS MeJInotMldnhrht3Mark5MarioIMcWnllJy00Mltchells00Nick60NolYiONew500New500Oak00Parsons50Houlh50RioOStar60Sharpless60Sumple50Superior60SoutherlunlJ60Tennessee260TIIhmallf60Uncle500Warfield 3FtoAlso complete stock of Peach Apple Pear Plum and ry Trees in the Send for free Illustrated J HARRISONBERLIN Let Cloverport Go for This A subcommittee trom the educa tional board tne Kentucky con ference of tho Methodist church has Logon a tour of of the cities and towns that are appli cants for the of the proposed to bs taJtaplished with the Speed fnnd togethervKith some other requests at tn disposal onfche confer This J mittce is composed 75 per POINTSI- N Full information on GEO II LEE G P A II IjcGUIREl P A Little Rock Ark Cincinnati 0 12 by mall 100 Ex 1000 E CASH ORDERS cisli amounting luivo a No bettor country ci G of Episcopal inspection location university ence of Dr 1 D Walub Char a nnd C B Nordeman The town of inspection j Paducah the most ws that is trying to secnre t From Paducah they towns in order coming Mad isonville Henderson jreensrille and Owens JBpuwens born will probably bo the last place visited w sx IJ lJ t it I iI i it t 1 1r II 1t 1t ca ct ct 0A 0g 0r 0tt AS ttto toas vi 13ly IyJ jjE E ea at drr 1 ere the cau not stit lilnra lion tlve by was dire says atldBrec pose popt lie Wes DO ifKldD KldDAir paper l 1 ll ter wonde lame rll Is dl1n inC Ittr trtlJ tab rI- I 1 r J4r J4l J4Il l f a I iii 10 rate x 1000 E Id not i13 C 501 303 300 300 250 350 500 500 500 I 250 I 350 350 I 350 I 3 50 250 300 3 50 3 250 o 250 0 250 0 500 0 ZOO i amounting old d ca 18 wen last pis The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JANUARY 10 1006 NEWSY NOTES OF INTEREST S S England of Tobinsport is a candidate for clerk of the circuit court of Perry county John Simons son of Waldo Simons of Tobinsport died last Thursday night of heart trouble He was thirty years of age and had been sick but two weeks A wifedaughter and father survive him Mrs Ed Polk died suddenly Monday a week ago at the homo of her son Geo L Pols near Tobinsport aged seventytwo years A husband and two children survive her Henderson Ky Jan 8A deed for the purchase of a fiftyfoot right ot way across Towhead island one thalf mile above tho I C incline was tiled with the county recorder of Henderson county today by the Chicago St Louis and New Orleans Railroad company X The land was bought from the Mallory heirs who reside in this county The purchase price was 100 The rlght of way will be used for anew bridge across the Ohio river at this place Albany N Y Jan aSenator Brackett of Saratoga soon after the legislature convened today introduced a resolution demanding of Chauncey DepeV his resignation as United States senator from this state The resolution war afterwards withdrawn James Howard charged with the murder of Wm Uoebel has losr his case in the United States Supreme courtLewis Bradley of Breckenridge county has been visiting relatives in this vicinity for the first time in twentyrive years He was tho guest of his neices Mra Ryan Bcner and Mrs Park Wright and also his nephew Abbott Foushee Owensboro Messen gerFelix BeavIn and family have moved to Tell City to live A Grim Tragedy is daily enacted in thousands of homes as Death claims in eacn one another victim of Consumption or Pneumonia But whenConchs and Colds are proper ly treated the tragedy is averted F GHnntleyof Oaklandon Ind writes fMy wife had the consumption and three doctors rave her np Finally she took Dr Kings New Discovery for I Consumption Coughs and Colds which cured her and today she IH well and strong It kIlls the germ of all dis eases One dose relieves Guaranteed at OOc and t100 by Short Haynes druggists Trial bottle free Clayton Resigns Asylum Job J J Clayton of this county has sev ered his connection as attendant with the Western asylum fur the insane The cause of his resignation is that he does not want to be connected with the iu stitution under the management of Dr Milton II Hoard Mr Clayton recently made an affidavit stating that a peti tion to Senator Owen and Representa tine Shellman purporting to be signed by Breckenridge county Democrats was forged in the asylum under the direction of Dr Board Mr Clayton says that his purpose in making the affidavit was to prevent the people of Breckenridge county from being im posed upon He is one of the most popular young men in Dauess county He is now at the home of his father at West Louisville Owensboro Messenger DO YOU GET UP titj WITH A LAME BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable lAlmost everybody who reads the newspapers Is sue to know of the wonderful mi1 cures made by Kilmers great kidney liver cal of the nine teenth century dis covered after years of byDrnent kidney and bladder and is wonderfully in promptly curing lame back kidney bladder uric acid trou bV srlghts Disease which Is the worst Is not rec diseaffor every thin g bu t If you have foundmiriflopays in hospital work In private purmUSCandCurehat a special arrangement ha It pacIIta treatn free by mall also a book totrnnrSet on reading this generous I Hood al n hiIlii ih Dr ymrrpPfnt the remedyIt triumph specialist successful troubleIS kid BRa1apRootJIe A SUGGESTION To The People of Cloverpor The articles appearing in some ot our leading publications have created a good deal of discussion in Clover port in regard to advertised medicines their reliability and power to cure and as a local druggists wo Short Havnes want to say to the people cf Cloverport that wo believe one of the most reliable medicines that we have in our drug experience extending over a long period is Vinol the cod liver preparation made without oil Vinol is not a patent medicine everything in it is printed on the DBCK label of every oottleand actual ly does contain in a highly concentrat ed form all of the medicine curative elements of cod liver oil taken from fresh cods livers and without a drop of the system cogging oil to upset the stomach and retard its work and this is why it is fast superseding old fash toned cod liver oil and emulsions Inasmuch as Vinol is therefore the latest scientific improvement of an old and standard rerxedv it is the greatest strength creator In the world for old people weak sickly women and child ren nursing mothers and after a severe sickness It cures hacking coughs chronic colds and all pulmonary Iron bles We positively guarantee to return money if it fails Short Haynes Druggists Post Office Clerks Given the Blame la an open letter postmaster General Leo B Cortelyou exonerates liov Beckbam from any blame for the open ing of Senator Blackburns mail in the Governors office The blame is given to postoffice clerks in Frankfort Spoiled Her Beauty Harriet Howard of W 34th St NewYontat one time Lad her beauty spoiledwitb skin trouble She writes I had Salt Rheum or Eczema for years hut notning would cure it un til I used Bncklens Arnica Salve A quick and sure healer for cuts bnrnsand sores 2f5cat Short Haynes drug store Drys Win at B randenourg1 The drys won by seven votes in a local option election at Brandenburg Saturday Dec 30 Pictures of Breckenridge People Saturday CourieJournal Dec 30 contained a picture ot Rev J T Lewis of this city Under the head of One of Clover ports Young Business Men Sundays Courier Journal had a picture of Mack MillerIn Louisville Post was K picture of Robert Leona Minnie and Victoria Still children of Mr and Mrs Chas Still of Irvingtou Mondays C uierJournal of J in 1 contained a pictuie of Harry Board son of Mr and Mrs Walker Hoard of Holt Sickening Shivering flu of Ague and Malaria can be relieved anti cured with Electric Bitters This is a pure tonic medicine of especial benefit in malaria tar it exerts a true curative influence on the disease driving it entirelyI out of the system It is much to bo preferred to Oainine having none of this drugs bad after effects E S Monday of Henrietta Tex writes My orgther was very low with malaria fever and jaundice till he took Electric Bitters which saved his life At Short Haynes drug store price 50c guaranteed Bars Judges From Active Politics Frankfort Ky Jan aAnJ echo of last nights Democratic senatorial caucus was the introduction of a bill in the upper branch of the assembly intended to prohibit appellate judges and circuit judges from taking an ac tive part in politics It is claimed that Judge Paynter had in Judge John M Leasing of Boone county hIS most active manager t- MASCULINE DIMPLES They Are Not Altvuyn Appreciated by Their Owner Dimples are Just as common union men us among women says n Now York beauty doctor only they dont show oft to such good advantage Beard and mustache combine to hide their charm Anyhow men are not proud of dimples They consider them a sign of effeminacy Now that smooth faces are the fashion the man with a dimple in cheek or chin Is hard put to it to hide that beauty mark In his ex tremity he seeks relief from me 4Wluft can I do with these confound ed dimples he asks II Take cm out I advise II Can you do It he asks Sure says I All right says ho go ahead Then I begin treatment In the past your I have removed sets of dimples from mens faces that any woman of their acquaintance would have paid 100 for All mel with money toI spend patronize the beauty doctor shamelessly than thcyiitHV to mOlCI all the miracles trop wish rncrformodI there Is none they Insist upd 1stout Ily as tho removal1 of d1ij 111sEX change 1 PROFESSIONAL CARDS n u LATHAM MEDICALI INSTITUTE ELIZABETHTOWH KY Chronic Diseases treated by Harmless includinghomeopathy TherupySuggestion areNasaland Lung diseases Constipation Diarrhoea I Indigestion Headache Piles Klstula Icheu matism Neuralgia Diseases or the nervous system Asthma Diabetes Neurasthenia Hscplessniss Stammering St Vitus Dunce 1aralysts Epilepsy Liver heart kidney and DropsyfamenessScrofulaSequeae skin and Membranes Ulcers diseases pe cullar to females etc Superlluous hair and facial blemishes re moved by Electrolysis StylishComfortable ComfortableTailor clothes All the latest patterns for suits and trousers in high grade fabrics Clothes made by modern methods Fit guaranteed Moderate prices Ex pert tailors employed j II IIUNSCHE Casper May LC Co Cannelton Ind V G BABBAGE AttorneyatLawPUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR Many years experience in settling estates All collections rcas On able Cloverport Kentucky H Deft MOORMAN Attorney at Law- IiARDINSBURO KY Will practice his profession In all of the Courts of und adjoining counties Special attention given to collecting road cases and criminalI practice License to practice In United States District Courts Office i vei Bank of Uardtnsburg I PISOS CURE s 1 CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS PI 01W Best Cough Syrup Tastes Good Use In time Sid by druggists CONSUMPTION THE HUMAN Klbb Man Until Twelve Iliirx a nil AVouuin Until Jut the Siiuiv A nail who had been sick said he was so thin lie could count his ribs Vheu I heard this statement I asked How oily did you count He was unable to answer Several friends were standing by Mud the query was i ut to them Not a mail could tell the num ber of his ribs One bright ihuj said 1iu nil seriousness that a woman hits one more rib than U man because man lost one in the fashioning of woman And do you know this belief is com mon Suddenly spring the question on any acquaintance you may happen to meet in the days Journeying Unless he be a medical man he will in all probability be unable to answer It Is an anatomicalI fact that man butt twelve pairs of ribs and woman the same number The four short ribs two on each side are till free ribs and in till probability Eve was made of one of these A tuna could manage to struggle through life without his free ribs nisi I have no doubt that ere long- some corset manufacturer will require woman to have hers removed in order to lengthen her waist and to reduce its girth To1 break a fut of the asternal ribs ten altogether Is nothing to break some of the sternal fourteen in number ones IIs far more serious Now York Press Tim soothing and comforting effects of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve when applied to piles sores cuts boils etc subdnes pain almost instantly This Salvo draws out the inllauj mation reduces swelling and acts as a rnbufaclent thus circulating tho blood through the diseased parts permitting or aiding Nature to permanently re move the trouble entirely Sold hy all Druggists The Snnll The slowest creatures In creatlou ore snails and certain small beetles Some of them habitually move only a foot or two In an hour but this slowness is partly due to the fact that they rennin motionless at intervals By measuring the distances covered by snails when they were kept going constantly it has been found that the maximum speed of a good healthy snail Is live and a half feet an hour Winer CfiuiiNoI Whats that sign youre making there asked the grocer Fresh eggs1 replied the new clerkMake it Fresh laid eggs Why er everybody knows the eggs were fresh when they were laid Exactly and thats all that Its safe for UR to say about themPhiladelphia Press Item Merit Heal merit of nay kind cannot be long concealed It will be discovered and nothing can depreciate It but a mans exhibiting It himself It tiny not always bo rewarded as It ought but it will always bo known Chester field DcWItrs HK Salve For Piles turns Sores A SELFISH MAN The Prayer lie Adilremird to the Throne of Mercy The following example of a quaint told selfish prayer does not come from the liturgy it Is from Sllmpses of Ancient Hackney 0 Lord thou know est that I have nine estates In the city of London anti likewise that I hays lately purchased an estate In fee simple in the county of Essex I be seed thee to preserve the two coun ties of Middlesex and Kssex frolu lire and earthquake load as I have a mortgage in Hertfordshire I beg of thee likewise to have an eye of com passion on that county out for the rest of tee comities thou niuyest deal with then us thou art pleased 0 Lord enable the bank to answer all their bills aiid make all my debtors good men Give prosperous voyage and return to ttie Mermaid sloop be cause I have Insured Itt and as thou hast said the days of the wicked are but short I trust In thee that thou wilt not forget thy promise as I have purchased an estate In reversion which will be mine on the death of that profligate young man Sir 1 L Keep my friends from sinking and preserve me from thieves and housebreakers and make all my servants so honest and faithful that they may attend to my interest and never cheat me out of my property night or lay THE CHINESE MOTHER She In SUmlfnxt In Affection For Her Children The Chinese mother is very fond of her children She Is Ihappy in their company antiI spends much time car lug for them In a Chinese family the birth of a child Is a greater event than with other orientals Long before the child Is born the mother performs rites and ceremonies to propitiate the gods that her child may be a boy Afterbirth the little fellow is wrapped in old rags and In winter Is sometimes put In a bag of sand sewed close around its neck to keep the little one warn Great rejoicing follows the birth If the child IIs a boy otherwise there Is an air of chastened disap pointment Rut good Chinese parents make the best of their little lassies becoming very food nod even proud of theta I have known more thou one Chinese feather to exhibit his toddling weegirl for approval though always with the customary national verbal onlj1I111loelcourtesy may be found everywhere In this strange laud It Is good form to vilify what Is table and laud what Is thineII MyI good for nothing family are all still troubling the earth with their presence How Is your honor able faniilyPllgrlnhMUMMIES Some That lo Not Come From the Tonilm of the KiiBt Many persons who have an interest in archaeology will bo surprised t know that all the mummies to be seen in museums have not been taken from faraway tombs In Egypt or other east era lands Well preserved mummies have occasionally been taken from the lulu of the ella dwellers In the moun tale canyons of Arizona and In New Mexico nod southern California These mummies though very posh specimens of tit mummifying art are consider 1 great treasures by scientists because they give the anthropologist a vague Idea of the strange people who hall the earliest civilization on the American continent The best of there are al most entirely Ignorant of who the Aztecs and Toilers were how they looked mill lived rand why they Love been so entirely obliterated from the face of tit earth The reason for this Ignorance Is funnel In the fact that no satisfactory remains of the dead Aztecs have been found These people were crcmatlonlsts and they probably hurled household effects with the dead leaving little or nothing for the scientist to build a theory upon Frequently a party of explorers In the valleys of Arizona will come upon seal ed jars of burned bone dust PliMTcrN III the Simile It is not unusual to hear a com plaint that ones yard hits no sun nod therefore flowers cannot be raised But there are a largo number of thaw ers that prefer shade to sunshine Iu summer The begonia Is of this class Those who have north walls or fences may lave great beauty during the sum mer by setting out the different kinds of begonias Even the gloxinia the aelilmcnes nod similar hothouse plants bloom splendidly throughout the sun tour season when grown on the north side of walls ltIIICI Heclpe For Health Meeting me in a bitter east wind one day in Piccadilly on his way to church Keppol asked how Mr Gladstone was I told him ho was very ill Ah he said he Is ovcrnursed If he would do as I do climb up eighty steps have a cold bath evjery day nUll sleep with his window always open ho would nov er bo illMeinolr of Sir Henry Kep pel Foot In It Again Mr Brakes Who Is that sour looking dame over there Mr Grubblns Sir she has the misfortune to be my wife Mr Brakes OhnherIndeed sir the misfortune Isorall yours Im sure Cleveland Lender INiMNllile to All She philosophically IDo you think it is easy to die lIe commonplace Well a lot of very stupid people have managed to do It Dlfllcultles strengthen tho mind ns I labor does tho body Seneca A STORY OF A STURDY AMERICAN The Man From RedKegBy Author of I The RedKeggers etc I The hero of this Story is a representative type of splendid American manhood and the heroine will capture the heart of every male reader of the book J The Story is a worthy successor to The Red Keggers full of the same vigorous life and action the same sincerity the same heart grip Cjl The love interest is charming Illustrated 12mo 150 Sent postpaid on receipt of price or from your booksellers DODD MEAD COMPANY PUBLISHERS 372 FIFTH AVENUE NEW YORK u S ii eoeSIFirst State BankII IRVINGTON KY W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VicePresiden i iHH KEMPER Cashier IIAccounts of Corporations Firms and Individuals solicited i iiInterest Paid on Time Depositsii N e tsee M eae N The Breckinridge Bank Cloverport Ky Captal Stock 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city- Everything nest 1LIJ1Ieuni I II you could sell your farm today for f100 Figuresan acre and buy it back tomorrow for f10 an acre You would do it OnIfyou can buy the J100 land for f10 sonic where else the proposition is just as Rood FarlmsYou can buy it in the Southwest Why shouldnt you do it 7 If you wish to Know more about It write for copies of our Texas and Oklalioum books They are tree A HILTON General Passenger Agent 951 Frisco Bldg Sf Louis Mo News and L1D Herald One year for only 200 c- rY tiyLYi I J i i r f 0 r i j jiI 1 f I 1 j r r I t t I on V r iii jfIi4I Jf r 1 I I j s i ii j y JJ fo J i t t IiV0 i iI1 t- I f t I i 1 l f i l- oJ J I I 1i 1i i 1 t j THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS 1 JNO D and V G BABBAGE Editors and Proprietors Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year or 125 if paid at the end of year CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the tate of 10 cents per lino OBITUARIEScharged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Money in advance Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct please notify us When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as the new addr- essTWELVE PAGES WEDNESDAY JANURRY 10 1906 THOUGHTS Its not alone the forming resolutions that makes the years first dayIts the retrospect of the twelve months gone that counts more than all Are we any better have we peformed the good deeds that we promised ourselves have we conquered any habits which threatened our well being have we grown honester with our business associates more liberal with those not so well conditioned as our selves We march forth unto the things which are before but shall we forget those things which are behindAmiel Be careful nowdont burn your shoes Judge Henry Moorman is now judging Hardinsburg has a Fireside Club President Roosevelt will soon be a fatherinlaw Man is the most certain animal on earthut meal time What do you flunk of Russell Sage at ninety and making 75000 a dRY 1 Emerson says the one prudence in life is concentration the one evil is dissipation The only thing in this country that gets away with tho Standard Oil Co is the bad roads Hardinsburg is to have a lyceum course Sweet Lavender how cvcr hits not been billed yet Kentucky Republicans have some consolation in the fact that the new senator is from a Republican county The American Society of Equity in this county has decided to pool tho tobacco crop raised last year A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush Our Patesville correspondents wishes us a bright happy and prosperous New Year We will try to be bright and happybutthc prosperous partwell we cant say about that A girl in Hancock county asked Santa Claus for an automible and got it Thats nothing We know a Cloverport boy who asked Santa for one three times a clay for a month and didnt get it Our Raymond correspondent says The pound party at Sam Aters Saturday night way quite a success Plenty to eat We suggest that Cloverporters have one for the benefit of Walter Oelxe and Ira lichen Chtuincey M1 Pepew says thtit he has no intention whatever of re signing his seat in the United States Senate Mr Depew is nearly seventytwo years old He is a director in seventynine companies from which he intends to resign and then devote his entire time to his work in the Senate There are S54 banking institutions in New York State withre sources of over V OS000000 an amount equal to about 38 per cent of the entire banking power of the United States The great bulk of these resources are concentrated in the city of New York the larger part of them in Wall street district The Klixabcthtown News has been changed from a weekly to a semiweekly The News has recognized that the people of the country are no longer content with the ways and they care little for a weekly paper Owensboro Inquirer From the list of men the Owensboro Inquirer has bankrupted in it attempt to maintain a place as a daily paper it is also very plain that the people of the country are no longer content with the ways and care little for a daily paper like the Inquirer Golden Rod is dead A life that has made its world ring with good cheer and that has served the NEws as no other could do has suddenly peacefully and fearlessly gone out The death of Mrs S J1 Cain grieves us We are sad because of it and sorry with the loved ones that survive this notable estimable woman But to these loved ones we say be of good cheer and follow the example of this grand woman for she has crossed the riverI to that better land and is wearing the crown that awaited her there Our Senator the Hon Richard W Owen cause in for his share of honors in the distribution of places on the various committees in the Senate He gets Chairmanship of the Committee on Printing and is a member of the Committee on Claims Classification of Cities and Towns Immigration and Labor Federal Relations Penitentiaries and Houses of Reforms Reapportionment of Legislative Districts Sinking Fund and Ways and Means The lIon Ed Shellman our Representative is well provided for also He is Chairman of Committee on Appropriations and a member of the Committee on Charitable Institutions The Hon A J Thompson of Meade is Chairman of the Com mittee on Agriculture and a member of the Committee on Charitable Institutions Corporations Appropriations and Military Affairs The Hon Peter Best Jr of Hancock gets a place on the Com mittee on Military Affairs During the year post the wagepeople have got a nearer look at the salarypeople and they like the looks of thesalaries Hence we espouse the cause of bigger stipends in full expectation of a great wave of approving and supporting enthusiasm Let every bankpres ident have all the salary he wants Let our public officials fix their own price Make a minimum of 10000 for teachers professors and pastors Editors physicians nurses and other people who devote their lives to the suffering ought to have from 50000 upthis to make up for unrequited service in the past For tell ordinary labor ten dollars day is as little as we ought to have the face to otter Cookladies washladies and other household jewels should have a diamond day In short in this good year of 1906 let money flow as water from the townpump If this is done the year will be without rancor and classbitterness for everybody will have all the money each payday that he can carry home Judge l The Line Mary hall u little waist growAndncr waft was sure to KO New York Sun The True American The true American Is ho Who takes a pride In his own town Who makes the grafters all step down Who spreads abroad her fair renown A power In the community- A true American Is ho knightInrllhtWhosightOfTho true American Is he Who deems hIs nation best of earth Who holds above his wealth or birth The sterling weight of honest worth And scorns an alien snobbery The true American Is he Who hulls the Hag of every land Yet gladly lends a helping hand When new republics strive to stand libertyJasper IIn New York Sun SIMON MAGUS The Legend From Which Wait Horn the Story of Knuit Almost every renowned titan of an tiquity In the inlilille ages wits believed to be attended by a splritus familiar and not u few wore suspected of In Ing In direct league with the devil Iroba bly the oldest legend of which the Faust legend Is a continuous thread Is that of Simon Magus mentioned In the history of the apostles According to Justin he wits a native of Ciltton a village In Sauarlnrlie was no doubt a ulna of great Intellec teal powers lIe was the fattier of the school of the Gnostics It Is also rev ported of him that tie could make himself Invisible that he could pass through hones unharmed could trans pose matter make gold and exorcise demons In fact he laid claim to nil these powers and his name lived In the mouths of the people as a sort of lend urge through many centuries until some other miracle working personality took his place at the popular fireside Un usual accomplishments great erudi thou were attributed to the supernatu rush Influence and the general disposi tlon to superstitious assumption was strengthened on the one hand by dog tutic atlirmatlon on the part of the church of the existence of a personal Satan with his numerous household and on the other hand by Incorporat ing the magic arts among the practical sciences of which astrology tail al chemy occupied no menu part THE ODD LITTLE GECKO A Queer Aiilninl Flint Ilvea In Africa nntl Southern Europe The gecko Is an odd little creaturo His name is seldom heard and his form is seldom seen for he lives in Africa gild the southern countries of Kurope This little gecko has so many strange ways and there Is something so uncanny In his appearance that the peo pie of the countries where he lives are rather afraid of him believing his bite to be poisonous although this Is de nied by naturalists He Is a little creature with a broad flat head like a snake and a long body with a narrow tall with odd shaped bits of skin arranged like seal lops along the sides of It He has short legs anti queer catlike claws which enable him to easily climb the old walls and rocks upon which he lives catching the Insects of various sorts which make his dinner lIe is a nocturnal animal walking I abroad at night and sleeping in the daytime He moves with sudden rushes antI without any noise what ever His odd name was given him from the queer noise he makes which is something like the noise you would make to start a horse with The male gecko Is of a gray color so near the shade of the old walls and rocks among which he makes his home that be can barely be seen Chinese Children Tho education of their children Is a matter of no small interest to the affectionate Chinese mothers They watch the little one from the day he Is born to note superstitious signs Let him cry lustily antI he will live long say the old granules If he teethe or walks too soon he will grow up un lovable in dIsposition At first the little Chinese are not very attractive objects presenting rather a scaly appear ance due to the custom of not wash Ing them lest they catch cold A month after his birth the boys head Is shaved A great feast Is prepared and celebrat ed the child now receiving his milk name When ho enters school his name is changed as it Is once more when be receives his degree Pilgrim C9 eTORIABean tieThe Kind You Hate Always Bought Ijnettre of Salt the Clvlllier Tho use of salt as a necessary sup plement to diet has had much influence In shaping the civilization antI explora tion of the world It Is most probable that the oldest trade routes were created for the salt trafllc as salt and Incense formed the chief necessaries of the ancient days This was certainly the case with the caravan routes In Libya and the Sahara while the mines of north India were the center of a large trade before the time of Alexan derAnother interesting fact is that salt has played a considerable part in the distribution of man When it became absolutely necessary to him as it did at an early stage of his development he was forced to migrate to places where It could be obtained This brought him to the seashore where he gained his ideas of maritime commerce Lastly the preservative4 effects of salt on flesh food made long oceanic voyages possible and thus opened up the world to commerce and civilization lion Cowards Wore Punished Many of the devices by which military indifference to life has been ma tured and sustained are curious In ancient Athens the public temples were closed to those who refused mili tary service who deserted their ranks or lost their bucklers while n law con strained such offenders to sit for three days In the public forum dressed In the garments of women tinny a Spar tan mother would stab her son who came back alive from a detent and such a man if he escaped his mother was debarred not only from public offices but from marriage exposed to the blows of all who chose to strike him compelled to dress lu mean clothing and to wear his beard negligently trimmed In the same way a horse soldier who fled or lost his shield or re ceived a wound in guy save the front part of the body was by law prevented from ever afterward appearing in pub lie The Pint Electric Train The earliest public trial of a passer ger boat driven by an electric motor was that conducted by Professor Ia cobl of St Petersburg In the year 1S3S though for four years previously he had successfully experimented with electric traction in the privacy of his own grounds The trial of Jacobs vessel took place on the Neva and was peopleTheand ten feet wide and carried fourteen personsIt not until four years later that we find any record of a passenger car rinse driven by electricity on land nod In this case the Inventor was Alexan der Davidson of Edinburgh The car riage was sixteen feet long by seven feet wide nod was Impelled for a mile and a half at the rate of four miles an hour on the Edinburgh and Glasgow railway Subscribe for the News IRVINGTON Born to the wife of George Thompson Wednesday January 3 a fine boy Dr AV H Wimp of Stephens port came up Saturday to visit his parents II H Kemper left Friday for a a ten days visit to relatives and friends near Gratz Miss Virgia Calhoun of Owens boro is the guest of Mr and Mrs I weeksII to her home at Ilnrdinsburg after a short visit to Miss Ruth Miller Alfred Hardsaw of Amsterdam Indspent Christmas with his daughter Mrs Carrie VeismanI J 1 Wimp Jr left Monday for Los Angeles Cal where he expects to make it his future homeMrs Bert Cunningham left for Chene hursday after spending the lu vs with her daughter l1is1 Gardner Met n Henry Woodson and Elie Ilaynes Brandenburg were in town Sunday the guests of somo of our fair belles Mrs Con Bland and son Ray have returned to their home at Carlisle Ind after being with her parents for some time Mr and Mrs Edgar Lewis and children and sister Miss Dryer of Bradsville Ky returned to their home Monday from a several days visit at Basin Springs and here Mrs Bate Washington accompanied by her cousin Mrs Bell Bruere spent three days in Steph ensport the guests of Mr and Mrs Brown Helm From there Mrs Bruere will go to Henderson for a short visit thence to her home in St Louis CHENAULT Mrs Bennet is on the sick list C LWarron was in Owensboro last week Dr D S Sphire wns called to Derby several times to see C L MorganMiss Violet Bosley spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Marine Stalluian Paris Dutschkc of Holt was the guest of Miss Knthrine Fry mire Sunday- JJJ F Jarboe who has been to Frankfort and other places return ed home last week Martin Ahellof Owensboro was the guest of his sister Mrs C L Warren last week Mrsr Walter Cummings of Derby is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J W Frymire Mr and Mrs Flag Jarboe and I children spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs J II Bosley Notes and 36 Cash in Safe and other Banks 74 Stocks and Bonds 22 Banking House and Lot 00 Other Real Estate 236 79 Furniture and Fixtures 00 312253 11 I = LETTER TO Short Haynes Guarantee Hyomei to Cure Catarrh or It Costs Nothing Editor of the Breckenridge News In view of the prevalence of catarrhal troubles at this season of the year we want to tell your readers that we have never sold anything that gave more sat isfaction than Hyomei when used in catarrhal troubles You get immediate relief from the treatment and consist ent use will prove to every sufferer as it has to many of our customers the yif tue of this prescription Personally we arei nterested in Hy omei for it is made and sold on honor and we do not want your money unless you are benefited and satisfied There is no stomach dosing in con nection with Hyomei It is a thorough ly local treatment for a local disease and its soothing healing medication goes direct to the spot where it is netRledThe complete Hyomei outfit consists of a pocket inhaler a medicine dropper and a bottle of Homeland the price is only 1 while additional bottle can be obtained for 50 cents 1 We positively guarantee a cure when Hyomei is used in accordance with di rections or we will refund your money This certainly snows our faith and belief in the virtues of Hyomei Yours very truly Short Haynes Ed Stallmann went to Louis ville Sunday with a nice lot of cattle hogs and poultry Mrs Abe Allen left last Thurs day for Henderson where she will visit her daughter Mrs Floyd MillerMr and Mrs J C Brodie have been called to the bedside of her father C L Morgan who is very sick with pneumonia The Bean party given at the hospitabe home of Miss Violet Bosley last week was quite a suc cess and enjoyed by all that were present Clover Blossoms to Celebrate The Clover Blossoms will cele brate George Washingtons birth day Mrs Robert E Pierce J sisted by the older members afod coworkers of the society are arV ranging an interesting program for celebration Those who attend are asked to bring as many pennies us they are years of age The money receiv ed will be used for a missionary causeThe entertainment will be giver at 730 oclock in the evening ii the parlors and Sunday schoc room of the Methodist church Luncheon In HonorOf Lula Miss Lula Severs who leaver January 29 for college at Danville was the guest of honor at an in formal luncheon given by Mis Severs Donald Murray Edn Jarboe Mildred Babbage and J D Babbage Jr N NNN NNON N1 Condensed Statement of Condition of I Ky a k i the Close of Business December 30 1905 r t f RESOURCES BiIJs198543107607 3665 1800 400 ITotl BRECKENRIDGENEWS the Severs eveningThe BankofHarHardinsburg iAt LIABILITIESw f Capital Stock25000 00 t Surplus Fund and UndividedrProfits 26502 45 Deposits 259750 66 r Dividend No 30 due January 1 1906 at 4 per cent 1000 0- iiI TotaL312253 12 = R There is no business too small to use our bank to advantage We are anxious for the smaBr accounts and accounts of ladies and children It is a splendid education for the child to have Mf bankaccount and form methodical business habitsr pay interest on time deposits I Very respectfully E BEARD Cashier ws t I J ref 1 J The Breckenridge News uEDNESDAY JANUARY 10 1900 So Tiredmay be from overwork buttr trIt chance LIVER are Its from an In I With a well conducted LIVER 1 one can do mountalnr of labor without fatigu- eItdds a hundred percenttof ones earning capacity i actioniI PillsITAKE NO SUBSTITUTE Miss Cornelia Allen was in town part of last week David Phelps has returned from Chicago y Clint C Murray was here Saturday 1 Bteve Tnrpin retarned to his home in Uwensboro Saturday after a visit to relatives here Farmers wlen you bring your tobac oo in go to the English Kitchen for a good hot lunch Walter Jarboe who has been sick with typhoid fever for two months is able to be out Dr and Mrs IR P Keene after being a week here retured home Sat nrdayA square meal for 25c at English KitchenMrs U B SKillman and daughter lave returned from Morgantield where they spent Christmas with her par onts Jumbo pickles best in town English Kitchen Ed Morrison went to Louisville Sun dayto spend a weeK with Mr and Mrs Clyde Alonison J D Gregory went to New Albany SundaySidney C Taul ot near town came here Saturday to accept a position at the brick yard Mr Taul has recently returned from Morehouse Mo whtre he has been engaged in farming Mr Taul is an Industrous young man and a member of a prominent family l of Breckenridge county- C K Bunnell proprietor of the box ball alleys here went to Elizaoethtown Saturday prospecting He will probab ly remove his alleys trom here at an early date Mrs Long and Miss Fannie Haidin of Adifson were guests of Mrs1 T Skillman Saturday Miss A Belle Allen lluwcs ville attended the funeral of Mrs T F Sattorliold Monday ProverbsWhen come put a penny in the churn is an old time dairy proverb It often seems to work though no one has ever told why When mothers are worried because the children do not gain strength and fleshwe say give them Scotts Emulsion t It is like the penny in the milk because it works and because there is something astonishing about it Scotts Emulsion is simply a milk of pure cod liver oil with some hypophosphites especially prepared for delicate stomachsChildren take to it naturally because they like the taste and the remedy takes just as naturally to the children be cause it is so perfectly adapted to their wants For all weak and pale and thin children Scotts Emulsion is the most satisfactory treat ment We will send you the penny A e a sample free Be lure that this picture In the form of a label is on the wrapper of every bottle of Emultion you buy SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St N V soc andsroo nil druggists Harmon Driskcll Harned and J L Wheatley Duke were in town Monday looking for a job They expect to move their famil ies here if they can lind work Miss Eloise Nolte is sick 1 II Rowland was in Louisville Monday L Mrs Chas Hall returned from Louisville Monday Mr and Mrs Chas Ryan lIen derson are visiting relatives here Miss Pauline Moorman has re turned from a visit to her father at St John Ky C M Stephens and family have moved to Owensboro James SnttcrhcM Pineville at tended the funeral of his mother Mrs T F Satterfield Monday Ida Hall is building a 30 foot launch to be used for gathering mussel shells The boat will bo equippedwith a 4 horse power engine T F Sawyer will soon begin the construction of another boat 50 feet long equipped with a two cylinder engine This will be the largest boat that Mr Sawyer has ever built Tobacco came in freely to the local receiving houses last week A good price is being received for all of it Cr Moorman Sr is buying for J II Phelon The High school will render another play in the local plug house in about a month under the direction of Prof J P King A oftit and eight characters are used Miss Ray Hcyser will be the heroine The rest of the cast has not been given out The A 0 U Yolodge also will probably render another play here soon Capt Marion Ryan was striken with partial paralysis in Louisville last week St John Boyd a prominent citizen and lawyer of Louisville is deadThe roofing tile made by The Murray Roofing Tile Com pany which covers a number of houses in town is standing the test of severest weather Every roof in town has given perfect satisfac tion Cloverport should con gratulate herself on making the linest roofing in the world A protracted cold wave is pre dictedAbout a half an inch of snow fell here Sunday night Nace Lewis has sold to George N Mullen and Ella Mullen the Corley house and lot in the wert end for 600 cash Charles Satterfield Jrhas been very ill with rheumatism but is IbetterCurtis Ryan Tobinsport has taken Aurther Helm a boy from the Baptist orphans Home at Louisville Helm has recently been in the care of air John Keith Rev L I Sanders preached at Tobinsport Sunday morning and night HAIR AND BEARDS They have Ilaycd Important Part In the World HUtory In centuries past the human hair played an Important part in all judicial proceedings Those that were permit ted to wear beard and hair had rights that could not be claimed by the shorn and shaved When men made oath they touched their beard and hair and women placed the finger tips of tile right hand on their tresses Servants were obliged to have their hair cut and If a freedman went Into slavery he had to divest himself of his hirsute adornments An adult adopted by foster parents was obliged to have his beard shaved and the shaving of beard and hair was a punishment In flicted on criminals The jurisprudence of our ancestors dealt with punishment by skin and hair for small offenses and by neck and hand for greater crimesThere has always been more or less superstition about hair Great strength was Implied by It and wizards and witches knew of concoctions of hair by which they poisoned enemies Cats hair was especially named In the cate gory of poisonous hairs and even at tile beginning of the seventeenth cen tury Iaulus Zacchlas a famous physi clan writes of the virulent poison of the hair of cats Among civilized people such supersti tious beliefs have gone out of existence and only Malaya give their enemies tiger hairs iin Goth to kill them IF BIRD JOURNEYS Email Animal Often Travel on the IIuckH of In rife One It has often been asked how small and weak birds manage to rly such enormous distances when migrating As a rule however Kinull birds that have come very far across the sea have not flown but have been blown over during violent gales and many of them arrive on laud in a half dead condition lu fair weather small birds make long journeys successfully over con siderable tracts of occult but the rear sou Is that they are carried on the backs of the larger ones When pass Ing an autumn In Crete n writer us sorts that he distinctly heard the twit tering of small birds when Hocks of sand cranes were passing overhead on their way to southern shores On an other occasion when tiring a gun he saw three small birds rise from the flock Bud disappear again among the cranes A native priest assured him that they cause over from Europe with them while It has been found that snail birds never before seen In certain parts have been brought thith er at times of migration Another cause Is tint small birds do not make their journeys in one flight They gCIII rest during the day searchiuf mod and thus proceed to their c uionI by easy stages THE ARL WORKERS A Ilcthleliem Industry Which In Five Hundred Year Old The chief industry of Bethlehem of Judaea Is that of the mother ofpearl workersThe are brought from the Iced sea and In the hands of native artisans are polished and carved the larger Into elaborate designs The smaller are cut up for rosaries and crosses The work Is all done by hand and the methods are amazingly primitive to a spectator from the home of steam and electric power But the results are extraordi nary The largest shell we saw was carved In scenes from the birth of Christ the agony In the garden null the crucifixion and had the general ef feet of delicate frostwork Under the magnifying glass every detail was seen to be perfect In outline and In finish It was exucuted to order for a wealthy American and was to cost 8100 About 150 people make a living by this industry which Is 500 years old In the shops the workmen sit upon the floor their benches In front of them The air is full of whitish dust and the light admitted by the single window and the open door Is so dim that the exquisite tracery of the wrought shells Is a mystery even before the visitor notes how few simple and crude are the Instruments employed Marlon Ilarland In Llpplucotts THE CALM BAD MAN He IN More UiuiKerou Than the One Who IlInNtem The bad man of genuine sort rarely looked time part assigned to him in the popular Imagination The long haired blusterer adorned with a dialect that never was spoken serves very well In eastern llctlon about the west but that Is not the real thing Time most danger ous unit was apt to be quiet end smooth spoken When an antagonist blustered cud threatened the most dangerous bad man only felt rising In his own soul keen and stern that strange exultation which often comes with combat for the man naturally brave A western olllcer of established reputation once said to me while speak ing of a personal dltticulty Into which he had been forced I hadnt been In anything of that sort for years and I wished I was out of It Then I said to myself Is It true that you are getting old and hive lost your nerve Then all at once the old feeling came over me and I was just like I used to be I felt calm and happy nUll I laughed aft er that I Jerked my gun and shoved It Into his stomrfch He put up his hands and apologized I will give you a hundred dollars now he said If you will tell me where you got that gun I Suppose I was a trllle quick for hllllIt Louis PostDispatch Roof Dug of New York There ure dogs In New York that never set foot on the street They be long to the Janitors In the downtown buildings and their runways consist of the roofs of the buildings In which their owners live and adjoining roofs on the saute level That Is n rare day when the office worker on looking out of the sixteenth story window does not see half a dozen dogs romping about upon the roofs beneath him There Is one advantage at least In bey ing a roof dogthe dog catcher has no terrors for him A Good Beginning Smythe I Intend Harry for the bar Would you advise his beginning on such old works as Coke and Black stone Tompklus No I would begin by grounding him even further back Smythe Indeed In what Tomp kins The Ten Commandments Dlvlnluii of Profit LitigantYou take ninetenths of the Judgment Outrageous Lawyer I furnished all the skill and eloquence and legal learning for your cause Litigant But I furnished the cause Lawyer Oh anybody could do thatl A Reflection Mother Well what Is It Tommy How lucky pumpkin pie aint made like doughnuts with a hole In the mid dle Harpers Bazar The wise are Instructed by reason ordinary minds by experience the stu phi by necessity and brutes by instinct Cicero ry 7 i y DRRPKEENERepresenting I T 1 TAYLOR KEENE 8 I IIDENTISTS li liOF OWENSBORO 1 Dr Llghtfoots otllce onetl ifi ft I ittytDateu I = + r + I WarttstI IJ h3rh 3r3r 3 h hAdvertisements Inserted under this head atone cent a word per week Foil SALE Jb3 organ for JVi llnuul new W IIOelzeWA Brlnht homiest young man Clovurport to 1pruptiro for paying position In Oovurnmunt Mall Service Box One Cedar Itaptds la- FaIt SALE One pair draft mules elkht years old one yoke oxen 150 acres of land In Hancock county In good state of cultiva tion Improvements two good dwellings two good frame barns and nil other out buildings Karin well supplied with both spring and well water For terms and prices call on or write J C MeservuA Son Jfteph ensport Ky FOH SALEI want to still my farm con lOT acres lying near Rosetta Na acres cleared lays well and In a high state of cultivation Will sell reasonable n T Carlton OKSALK J2 acres of land on the State road 3 miles south of Brandenburg I1H miles from Ekron Good fencing good outbuildings plenty water for stock good clst tern moderately good dwelling und conven- Ient to schools churches Apply to 1 W Brown Brandenburg Ky- wANTEI TEEerYhody to udvertse their I youIFOIL SALE One new Eastman plate Cam No 3 Takes icture3ixlS4 leather case and one plato holder Camera has latest Improvements and Is one of Eastmans best Price i70htoI II llabbage m e FOB SAIEOne Short Horn Hull Dark solid color 2K years old weight 1000 pounds Chits lieldel Holt Ivy FOR SALESOT will buy the only Pool and Iarlors In Owenslxiro Ky loca ted In the Planters Hotel Must sell on account of sickness IOntfumklr Address 1 wiiltinl Itummel 401 Walnut street Ow ensboro Ky 1 leltercopyingPrice JlJi Apply at News oilleo TO EXCHANOES100 Cash lieglstir firood horse Apply at News otlloe Font SALE riovrrportForon me at the shops 111 Plan lovcrport Ky FOK SALE Fun SALE Organ cheap Apply at News FOR SA- LEi PRINTING Pressos and Cutting machines lot of good Laundry machines Also new and secondhand Oas and Gasoline EnglnesMAKTIN GABLE 510 3rd Street Louisville Ky FOH SALETUITION CERTIFICATE 1 BryantStPattonsFor price und particulars write TIll Breok enrluge News CIiverjKrt Ky HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Homeseekers Excursions to all points to which homeseekers1 rates apply One way Second class settlers rates to the South and South East On the first bud third Tuesdays of each monthSpecial Home seekers Rates to th south west Jan 2 and 10h Feb 0 and 20th IflOO L IIST L TIME TABLE pNo Cloverport 507 AM stops lit West Point only arrIv- es at Louisville 715 A M- No 42 Gully Midland1 Kxpress leuvesClO rerportHSU A M stops at nil way stations arrives Louisville 1235 p roo Train No 44 Dally fast mall leaves Clo verport 448 p m stops at nil way stuUons east of Cloverport except Mystic arrives at Louisville 725 Ip m Train 048 Dally Cloverport accommo dation arrives Cloverport 830 p m WEST BOUND accommudatiosleavesville 900 II m exprlssleavesIlawesvllleLewisport Macro OWlinshoro Stanley Spottsvllle Henderson and Evansville urriveiSt Louis71Op m Train No 43 Mull ar rives Cloverport 7 3tS p mEvansville 1030 p in Stops ut all stations No 45 daily St Louis fast train leavesCIo verport 11 001 P M arrives Evansville 135 A M St Louis 740 A M stops at Huwetvlllu Owensboro and Henderson only ChaIr cars on trains 41 and 44 between Louisville and Evansville Through sleeping cars and reclining chair curs on trains 4S und 46 between Louisville and St Louis Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND Train No 2 ally except p nday leaves Fordsville 430 u rives Irvington 840 am Train No 4 Dully except Sunday leaves ordsvl11e 320 p m arrives Irvington 520 p m Train No 0 Sunday only Fordsvllle830 a m Irvington 903 a m WEST HOUND I Train No 3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irvlngton 650 a m urlves Kordsvllle 345 pmTrain No5 Dally leaves Irvlgnton B50 p m arrives KordKvlllo 25n m J D Biasnear went to Louisville FridayCloverporters should not miss the production of Humpty Dumpty which Is at McCanleys in Louisville this week Anon Miller Hnidinsbnrg mss the guest of Misses Jennie Patterson and Elzabtth LambI last Sunday I Price Graham is sick MEET ME AT NOLTES WINTERRea- lly comes in earnest after Christ mas and lingers quite a while If you have not yet purchased a FUROR MUFFT- his is a good time to get them and save money For the next week we will cut the price 10 per cent Cloaks at Reduced Prices Come Now u J C Nolte Bro Cloverport Ky Cadick Milling Co GRANDVIEW IND q mXE carefully safeguard f the interests of ouritj tjcustomers More 1 i over we frequently doitun known to them as oppor fibtunities often come to us in j confidential ways hhLET US HAVE fi1 r YOUR BUSINESS P fYAll business entrusted to M I us will receive prompt and 1 1careful attention Highest rate of interest paid on time flll 1 IIy depositsLiLi iiINSURED AnA I N S T 111 11LOSS BV FIRE AND It BUIW5LAHY CONSER jl- if VATIVE BOARD OF i DIRECTORS EFFI jti CIENT OFFICERS j I i Bank of Cloverport Clowport Ky l I The pelling Bee which was to have been given to night by the Presbyter ian chnrch is postponed until a liter date Frank Kennedy of Hurdin school district was in town Saturday look ing fine and prospeions Kennedy sold to J1 H Phelon iGOO Ills of as fine barley tobacco as was ever sold here for 883 He will deliver it at onceMilton Havcraft moves this week into the Charlie Atkisson place near HardinsonrjJi which he nas rented tjr a year He formerly lived near here Hayciaft is very happy Hawe Wardroll will occupy the house vaca ted by Mr Haycraft J A Atkisson uas recently sold 27000 Ibc of tobacco partly old and new the in local and Lou isville markets He received an average price of 000 per hundred Raymond Pate was called home from Hutchinson Kaus last week to see his father Miss Eliza Squires of near Hardens burg is tire guest of relatives James Mattingly was in Hard inn lrnig lustWedlleHlu ON BAKING DAY Thats what GOLD DUST FLOUR noes for the housekeeper who uses it t never fails to bring good results vhether you use it for bread or pies r caket Its quality is always oal rum if you have been struggling wit crre other flour making bread or i astry which i it not to your liking ore a sack of Cadicks Gold Dust Flour rci see the difference Youll never wart to use anotherkind larrrrrrrttrrrsrrrtrrrtrrtrKrNo i 5 Just tell us how much x lumber you need We IC have all kinds OfC 2 Framing material rand choice Poplar and t Walnut is ready for I you x C Thats the thing un able to get so quick i before fti i Let us have your i t order todaynYour House Barn or- t Stable may need repairs r li tX REMEMBER us r Seaton Weatherholt Cloverport Ky to 1 tA AAiCA ilitAitAAilifitAAARitO- ALMOST EVERYBODY appreciates modern convenlencies Plumbing and heating goods at whole sale prices Everything cut and fitted so that you can dothe job yourself Com plete instructions and working drawings with every order A wrench the only tool necessary III 1U McDONALD 02 West Harrison Street Chicago III I ofII I SuudayIMade with Mr and Mrs Flank BartlesI File DeHaven went to Owensboro Friday Groves Tasteless Clan Tonic lias 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 50c Enclosed with every bottle is a Ten Cent package of Groves Black Root Liver Pills L ga- t I r J I I i i v r I 0 Jr I i I t r hl 1f t 0f t- f j f II 111l c r I 14 I Iti i WJ J I I I i v T IIt 4 t r 1 li wJl l 1N I T t tf v 4 1- tt t rt- i i i t I i 2 The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JANUARY 10 1905 Patton Brick Yard Scene of Much Activity Pattons brick yard is once more the scene of activit The darner hatchet the blacksmiths fire the buzz of the carpenters saw make this old land mark ring with industry The seven original kilns will he put in repair at once and used The brick tunnel kiln which wns recently built at H cost of upwards to IO000 will not housed at present but will be given a trial when the plant IS in good running order a new modern dry honi will take the place of tit old ones which have been torn away Two new engines will be enstalled and an automatic cutter All of the buildings are being overhauled a commissary will probab ly be run as before when the Brick company was in charge Twentyfive men are now on the pay roll which amounts to SIS per ween Lacu of material is causing much delay In the general overhauling of the plant but the management save it will probably have tne yam in full operation within sixty days Inquires are being receiv ed every day for brick and no trouble will be had in placing the output of 60000 per day Former Hardinsburg Man Dies at Louisville Joseph Allen Boyd a welltodo re tired business man of Owensboro Ky and formerly a resident of Louisville died of arterio sclerosis yesterday afternoon at Beechhurst Sanitarium Mr Boyd had been suffering from the malady for six year and because ot his ill health he had retired from ac tive business life live years ago He had been confined to his home for three years He was fiftyfour years ofageHe was a native of Hardinsburg Ky He was a son of the late Robert L Bovd who was senior partner of the firma of Boyd Alexander whole Hale and retail dealers in queensware which was located on Main street between Seventh and Eighth Mr Boyd was a graduate of State College at Lexington Mr Boyd with his parents moved to Louisville twenty uine yeais age and had lived in Louisville twelve years For several years he had been a traveling man employed by Bamberg er Bloom Co He later went to Owensboro Kv and became identi fled with the firms of Brown McCai roll LIt Co J W McCulloch and M V Monarch distillers and wholesale whisky dealers For several years he wl B proprietor of the Planters Hotel atOwensboroMr brought to Louisville last August for treatment He is survived by two brothers Ira D Boyd of Owensboio Ky and Mr Charles L Boyd of Texas one sister Miss Letitia Boyd of Owens boro Deceased was a nephew of the late Clint McClarty Sr Funeral services will be conducted at Crallus chapel at Sixth and Chest nut streets The burial will to in the family lot at Cavo Hill cemetery and will he private The following fire the pallbearers Logan U St nrray hint McCarty Louis Stelbnch Dr W P White anti Spalding ColeniHn of Louisville and RS Hughes of Owcnsbcro Fridays Louisville Tunes Four Hundred Rabies St Vincents Intent Asylum Chica I go shelters homeless waits awaiting adoption and there are nearly 400 babies there SisterI Julia writes ICI cannot say too mnch in praise of Foleys Honey and Tar for congh colds croup and whooping cough It Contains no opiates and is sate and sure Ask for Foleys Honey and Tar and insist upon having Has it is a safe remedy and certain in results Re fuse substitutes Sold by A R t istwrI Smallpox Near Chambers Two cases of smallpox have develop ed at Chambers this county Young Sam Steele was first afflicted Having caught it at Owensboro Living at the home of Roswell Brown Mrs Brown next fell a victim The cases are of a light form Other cf the neighbors are reported to DO similary afflicted but we cannot vouch for the truth of it Hancock Claiion County Salaries Raised The Hancock fiscal court was in sea sion nero Tnursday and Friday of last week attending to the Allowing of claims and other matters before the board went out of office the first of the year Salaries of the following county officers were raised School sup erintendent from jt37 to 450 county judge fcWO tq SOSO county attorney 1350 to jtUUHancock Clarion Caught at llawesville- Geo Douglas is held in Hawesvillo on the charge of robbing Wilsons store at that place If the charge is not proven there local authorities want him here for trial be 1 being a suspect in the robbing of F Fraizes store in this city some time ago tT Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound is a positive cure for all those painful ailments of women It willentirely cure the worst forms of Female Complaints Inflammation and Ulceration Falling and Displacements and conse quent Spinal Weakness and is peculi LiltItBackache It has cured more cases of Female Weakness than any other remedy the world has ever known It Is almost in fallible in such cases It dissolves and expels Tumors in an early stage of development Th- atBearingdown Feeling causing pain weight and headache is instantly relieved and permanently cured by its use Under all circum stances it acts in harmony with the female system It correc- tsIrregularity Suppressed or Iainful Periods Wcalt IndlgestionBloatlug General Debility Also Dizziness Faintness Extreme Lassitude dontcare and I want to be left alonc feeling excit sleeplessnessblues and backache These are cure indications of Female Weakness carne derangement of the organs For Kidney Complaints Vegetable jYouyourself in strictest confidence LTDU I PIXKIUU MED CO Lyu Mill James Bast Case Heard Lawrencebnrg Ky Jan 4 The jury in the case against James Bast now being tried in the Circuit Court here on a charge of conspirating to murder James K York was quickly completed this morning when the sec ond venire of men from Woodford county appeared in court and the hearing of evidence was be nn after Commonwealths Attorney Charles H Sanford had made a striking state ment of the ease with the difficulties surroundinu it and tne testimony which would be produced In his opening statement in the attorney paid u high tribute to the life and character of the dead man Greatly ln Demand Nothing is wore in demand than a medicine which meets modern require ments for blood and system cleanser such as Dr Kings New Life Pills They are just what you need to cure stomacn and liver troubles Try them At Short and Hrtynes drug store price I 25o guaranteed I Wed At Noon Washington lan 4 President and Mrs1 Roosevelt have announced the wedding of hiss Alice Roosevelt to Representative Longworth of Cinein niiti to take place Satm day February 17 at 12 unlock noon in the east room of the White House Dragged to heath A miserable Invalid suffering from disordered fenialo functions monthly pains nervousness falling feelings dizziness indigestion biliousness constipation etc will find relief in Wine of Cardul and Thedfords Black Drauth two of the most valuable rehaole scientific curative medicines known for thu treatment of I sick women They are sold at all drug stores and should be in every home Try them That West Point Site representative D HSrnith has re vived the projector of any army camp ot maneuvers at West Point Ky by introducing in the House a bill appropriating 1100000 to buy a reserva tion not exceeding 40000 acres in Hardin Meade and Bullitt counties or in any one or two of them as may seem desirable The only stipulation regarding locations is that the land shall be adjacent to West Point There le very little prospect for tno passage of Mr Smiths bill but Congressman Zenor will join him in urging it be fore Congress The War Department cannot be de pended upon to give the bill support of any value The policy of the department I is not as strongly in favor ofII buying land for big camps of instruc I tion as formerly as it has been found I chat land can be usually rented for I the small sum of 5 cents an acre for aIj easonOAEJTOnXA j Betn thetha Kind You Hats Always IwighJ Signature cf 4 Old Land Mark Town sway Th e last of the old houses WhICh were used here fifty years ago by the Btcckenridge Cannel coal company has been torn awij The house which was built of brick in the shape of a rectangle wits situated near the rail road shops It has been occupied in late years by negro families and was crumbling away so fAst that it had to be vacated With tho passing of this building goes one of Coverports monuments of the golden days that are no more Which is it At one end of our local baeksinitb shop hangs a signs which reads Dre Taylor Keene Dentist Owensboro Ky The question in the mind of the causal oDserer is Does that mean that the doctor1 office is in tho blacksmith shop or is it only an advertise ment The meaning of the sign as it reads is that the office is in the shop for there is nothing on it to leave any other impression except that the office is inside the backsmlth shpp Puppy Love Back Again Puppy love has again broken Into the ranks of our school hoys and girls on the Hill Whether this is at revision of the kind that permeated tnis body in the days of Prof Maple or not is hard to say But for lack ot a better name it is termed puppy love Snch a power has this unspeakable unsee able little visitor come to be that the professors have been compelled to make stringent rules to govern the pu pils of the third room which is the seat of knowledge where the common school branches are ended One rule 5 in particular that has recently been enforced is that the girls cannot stand in the hallway lest they are smiled at by their suitors The Pro tensors find this puppy love to be a reat bother Often times when they require written worK of their scholars they have handed into them through mistakes sheets of paper covered with the best attempts of some boy artist and hnd under it tho following This iis my girl aint she sweet Oh I Ilove her1 In u corner will be Tare tthis up quick when you read it Uont 1let tensor see it- Proposition to Tight Town A proposition has been made the city council to light the streets of Clover port at a cost of f1U0 per month giv ing 10 cluster lights and 14 arc lights Changed to Semiweekly The Elizabetbtown News has chang ed from a weekly to a semi weekly being now issued on Tuesday and Fri tiny instead of once weekly as heretofore A Tough Vent Story Of the food served to the sailors In the Hrltlsh navy of 100 year age a recent historian says A ships soon pony had to startt a cruise upon the old meat returned from various ships and routed out from the obscure eel lars of the victualing yard Frequent Ily It had Dean several years In salt Ilie fort It emus to the cools liy which Itime it needed rather a magician limn n cook toI make 1 it eatable It a of n strung hardness llliroiisI slirnUcn dark gristly and glistening vih tit crystals Strange tales were tuUI aluiii It Old plgtalled seamen wmM tell ol horseshoes found In the natalt ensks of curious barkings load neighing + 11111 In till slaughter houses Mini of iir rH who disappeared near the IIIIliu g yards to be spell no more The siii pork was generally rather better thaw the beef hot the sailors could carve fancy articles such as boxes out of either meat IluraoN nut 1tlIhllIt Healthy horses require no medicine Nut there arc so many Intestinal pars sites and so many kinds of worms that affect horses that constant supervision pays Almost all young horses are better for n few feeds of sulphur In the springtime Many horsemen like to give a little worm medicine and each than has his favorite A good many worm medicines are harmless and It administered to a healthy colt will do no harm Usually a keen horseman knows whether worm remedies are nec I essary or tint but In case of doubt It Is a little sitter to give the medicine pro wised the medicine Is really harmless Sonic medicines are harmless and some are not Stimulants are not necessary nail stimulating medicines should never be given except on the advice of all veterinary St Louis Republicf Glnilctniien Speech For Irving Gladstone was a great admirer of Sir Henry Irving and this admiration was shown one day In the house of com mOUSe Irving was under the gallery In the house whets suddenly without ap parent reason Gladstone leaped to his feet and delivered an Impassioned speech set off with all the expression and dramatic gesture for which be was so famous The house seemed sur prised Members looked nt one another and murmured What Is the old man now up tor They thought It was some sleep political game But a week ntwotering Mr Gladstone mentioned the actors visit to the house anti Gladstone eagerly Inquired What did he think of lilY speech I mndo It for him Why Spend Your Money FOR SEWING MACHINES YOU HAVE NEVER SEEN WHEN YOU CAN INSPECT AND TRY THE BEST MACHINE MADEI- N YOUR OWN TOWN SOLD OR RENTED AT MAIN STREET CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY ri Hardinsburg Normal P AND G j Collegiate Institute L SESSION 19051906h E Normal Dept for Teachers Opens Monday ID Feb 5 1906 l1 Arnre opportunity for those desiring to teachg to get ono or more of the higher branches and el ocution under tine instructors The teachers dc ID 1a partment will be under charge of ill HR ANDREW DRISKELL W I whose ability and experience are well known to al- lTuitionlligh tV School and Normal Department 300mc cper month in advance Intermediate or Primary ask for t W terms ill Good board 225 to i250 per week tfor Ifurther in 1m formation address either lAndrew Driskell or D S Collins PrinUJHardinsburg KyJt The BestSelling Book in the United States NEDRABy Authors Grauflarl Beveilycf GrtuiUil deII1T You will be charmed with this delightful jJ McCutcheons Between two young men and two be witching heroines there ensues a beautifully complicated love affair withmany exciting adventures as a setting But Fate brings about a smooth and satisfying denouement through the means of a ship wreck in which the four are coupled and the couples separated would sell by the thousands and even if Harrison Fisher had II IIIt the very prettiest oi girls for Denver Rep ubl scan IIticWith several handsome In color by Harrison Fisher 12mo cloth 150 Sent postpaid on receipt of price or at your booksellers DODD MEAD COMPANY PUBLISHERS 372 FIFTH AVENUE NEW YORK Neihbors Preliminary Trial A trial of J R Neign hors who owns a saloon in Elizabeth town Ky charged with shooting and killing Bill Tavl r Hobbs and wounding Thomas Chenanlt on Saturday be ore Christmas the evidence showed that Hobbs and Chenanlt came into Neighbors saloon drunk and were making a great deal of noise when he asked them to keep quiet This gave offense to thorn and Hobbs started to wards Neighbors with an ugly looking dirk knife Neighbors then draw his pistol and fired it over Hobbs head tninking that that would deter him from barber advancing but Hobbs Kept coming towards him and seeing that his lite was in peril he tired Hobbs fell to the floor with a bullet wound ear his heart He died almost instantly Chenault about that time threw a brick bat at Neighbors who turned and tired at Chenault and wounded him in the arm Chenanlt was taken I I II Illustrations preliminary to an infirmary in Louisville to have the ball extracted and to be otherwise treated for bis wound Neighbors was held in a bond of 1000 in the Hobbs case and 30U for wounding Chenault to answer the action of the grand jury Hobbs was a citizen of the Vine Grove section of Hardin county as is Chenault Hobbs leaves a wife and eleven children while Che nanlt is unmarried Death of Mr Dyer Mr Wm Dyer aged about thirty live died at hIs home Monday of last weeK at 950 a m of consumption The remains were buried at Lewis port Mr Dyer came to Hancock county eight years ago from Breoken ridge county and is said to have been u good citizen Ho left a wife and three children the former before mar- I rage being Miss tlqnettoBnncock- Clarion t ANNOUNCEMEr ILLINOIS CENTRAt Inc maintaInlJalytrains with Dining Cars Rube CILoulsrlllereaching the Winter Tourist reso South Includlnjha1New Orleans Vicksburf r we Gulfport Miss Hammond t inOutfportisaMexicanlag the new the Great Soothe mate slstOrleaus astovifllavanaI HyIHvnnunols Central through service to Nrp- pp Ioru- nd the new ocean llnev twlnscr JiBIJCD9 S S Prince Arthur 1 npday morning SIth Hot Springs Arkonj isvllle I8 Extremely low ono way und round MfSSISSiPPILOti8IARBAN9ASI TJoUUlTOUYIAIIOlIA thlTuesdaysJ CatIfurnla geles and Sun Francisco us folows Via New Fridayfrom theScentcFull Particulars concerning all of the above can be bad ot Rome Agents or by addressing P W HARLOW D 1 A Louisville Anyone tending a iteicn and delcrlptlon may quickly ascertain our opinion tree whether an 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How to Use Them Pronunciations Centnry Diction ary- Correct English in the Home Correct English in the School What to say had What trot to say Course in Letter Writing and Pane tuation AbbreviationsBusiness ManCompoundThem Studies in English Literature Agents Wanted S 100 a YearSend 10 cents for Sample Copy CORRECT ENGLISH Evanston III t DeWitts ffljtfJ r Salve For Piles Burns Sores n VAI 1 1- if I II if ifr I I III t tl tI I t 1 1I 1 1t t 1f 1r 1t 1t 1 1t t tlM tltt t etc ef p T T Isrl II Ta ofT 01W At1V 1Vv to od be A ly WIyo DS Tocrl Ill Kc lit tic Sol 1- far I J I a The Breckenridge News 3fiSDNE =n ESDAY JANUARY 10 1000 So JOE It 1 a DEFEATED aof Istration Names Paynter on 1 It lallotBlackburnODe Dedil It ca ife to War on Machine bye TUIND VOTE SHOLLMAN FOR PAYNTER TAK elected with 50 votes- n defeated with 34 votes Miss n side issuo with 10 votes is part of lit oi tho caucus at FranKfoit Dday a week ago Harvey Me- Qjjjheon Eli brown and Ed Finnell iiu elected prison commissioners in vLse interest and at times much exci tement denominated the caucus Camp bell made an eloquent oration nominate ing lena tor Blackburn Will A Young nominated Paynter with a neat speech in which he praised nis public record Haldeinin was nominated by Thomas Drewery Blackburn after bo had been defeated walked slowly to the speechers stand with thumb in his trousers pocKet and right hand at ease and with a style of oratory that is now almost extinct dedicated his lite to the war which he had begun to save the State to the Democratic patty and wrent power trom the oligrachv which now rules itto Senator R W Owen and representa tive Ed Snellrnan cast their ballots for Paynter Thomas B Paynter was born in Lewis county December 10 1851 and is now in nis rlftyHifth year He has been for some veard a member of the Court of Appeals His early eduoa tion was acquired in the Lewis county public schools which was supplement ed by study in the Rand Academy and later by a course at Center College at Danville After leaving old Center he began a study ot his profession His preparation tor the bar was thorough and accurate and his success in the practice of his profession was marked and immediate He was admitted to the bar in 1873 and opened his first Office in Greonup where be soon built itJp a large practice He lived in Green up until elected to the Court of Ap peals In IfJO he was appointed County Attorney rind served until 187S when lip was elected to the same office which- e held until 1882 He was a mem andvicenti1185 In 1804 Judge Paynter was lected to the Appellate Court and I electea in 1000 State Senator Will tam H Cox of Maysville was unanimously nominat ed by the joint Republican caucus in Franktort Wednesday night last for the nni ted States Senator to oppose Judge 1 Payntor HAS STOOD TUB TEST 25 YEARS The old original HOEs Tasteless Chill Tonic You know what you lire takbig It Is Iron and quinine In a tasteless form No cure no pay 50c In Memoriam Diedat his home in Tobinsport lad on Dee 29 1005 of bemorago of tbe brain John K Simons husband of Jaoy Polk Simons and son of Waldo and Jennie Smart Simon 1 Deceased was born and reared in Tobintport Ind find is servivod by a father wife daughter stepmother and friends We visa thee when the dark dark night r The silent chambers fill yVe miss thee when the mornings light Lightens the distant hill Card of Thanks We feel very grateful and thankful to our frineds for the kindness rendered us in tho illness and death of our beloved son husband and father Waldo Simons and family A reasonable amount of food thoroughly digested and properly assimilated will alway increase the strengh If your stomach is n little off Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will digest what you eat and enable the digestive organs to assimilate and transform all foods into tissuebuilding blood Kodol relieves Sour Stomach Belcning HeartBurn and all forms of Inaiges tion Palatable and strengthening Sold by all Druggists GARFIELD Karl Mattinglys baby is sick Russel Compton is indisposed Ellsha Simmons has moved from his farm here Mrs M P Compton is visiting at Mnsburg A Smith of Hardinsburg is ng relatives here Belle Crist of Long Grove is Id home this week Mi s Maggie Ammons and George Neff were married Wednesday Brnico Moorman and Lawrence Taber wero visiting here Sunday Miss Halhe Brown of Hardinsburg is visiting her uncle A A Richard son Miss Mary Snider is spending the holidays with her mothei at Hardins burgMiss Zella Hoard and Mins Tinius of Lusteraro visiting Miss Ulen John son Tbe children ot both Sunday schools bad their regular Christmas treat Sun dayMrs Harry Triplet and baby Fred of Louisville have been visiting her motherMiss Etta Wood who has been sicK for quite a while is gradually growing worse Mrs Ella Mattingly and children Maud xnd Pearl Belle have been visit tug in Louisville Rev E B English has accepted tho CMIO ot the Baptist Church for the cOinIng year MrsMamie Gregorys Sunday school class presented her with a handsome lamp Christmas Mrs Melvinla Gregory died at her home near Eveleigh Den 23 of general debility Mrs Gregory was a Miss Mercer before her marriage She was born in Wayne county Jan 27 1821 and came to this county when fifteen ypars ot ag and was married to Minor Llghttoot Gregory in 1844 and to this union was born eight children four of whom survive Tom of Jar field Rufus of Eveleigh and Lon and Dave of Louisville The interment was at Mt Glead county Dec G The Grip Before we can sympathize with others we must have suffered our selves to No one can realize the suffer ing attendant upon an att ck of the grip unless he has had the actual experience There is probably no disease that causes so much physical and mental agony or which so success fully defies medical aid All danger from the grip however maS be avoid ed by the prompt use ot Chamber lains Cough Remedy Among the tens of thousands who have used this remedy not one case ever nas been re ported that has resulted in pneumonia or that has not recovered For sale by Short A Haynes ADDISON Miss Lee Board is visiting in Louis ville MrsMogan has returned home from Derby I11- iWillie Mitchell Is home from school for ten days Miss Forrie Hardin was in Clover port Saturday Miss Elenoria Lewis has returned from Owensboro Mrs W H Bowmer was the guest of Mrs Minor last week Harry Board who came home Christ mas has returned to Louisville Mrs Dan Burks entertained Amandu Long and a few of her little friends Chnstmiip Dr D E ouster ot Paducah Ky was the guest oi friends here Sat urday and Sunday Wui Lour who is attending the Louisville Manual training school is the guest of his grandmother Mrs Wm Minor The Spirit of Winter The Spirit of Winter is with us maKing its presence known in many different wayssometimes by cheery sunshine and glistening snows and sometimes by driving winds and blinding storms Tc many people it seems to take a delight in making bad thing+ worse for rheumatism twists harder twinges sharper catarrh be comes more annoying and the many symptoms of scrofula are developed and aggravated There is not much poetry in this but there is truth and it is a wonder that more people lont get rid of these nilmeits The medicine that cures themHoods Sarsapanlla is easy obtained and there is abundant proof that its oures are radJcal and permanent RAYMOND T S Barger ot Frymire was here Sunday H J Coomes was in Louisville Sat urday on business Mrs Mary Ater visited her parents at Webster Sunday The pound party at Sam A tors Saturday night was quite n success Master Raymond Woolfolk of Louis ville has been visiting Jones Mercer Hayden Bassett and family spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Juno Hall Misses Mary and Bottye Mercer visited the Misses Compton Sunday Mrs Jane Bashain left Friday for BasIham Mr and Mrs J H Mitt visited their daughter Mrs H W Cashman Friday Dangers of a Cold and How to Avoid Them More fatalities have their origin in or result tram a cold than from any other cauee This fact alone should make people more careful us there is no danger whatever from a cold when it is properly treated in the beginning For many years Chamberlains Cough Remedy has been recognized us the most prompt and effectual medicine in use for this disease It acts on natures plan loosens the cough relieves the lunge opens the secretions and aids nature in restoring the stem to a healthy condition Sold by Short Hiynes Clovurport PATES VILLE Dr J F Minor is visiting relatives at Union Star Mrs Frank Abra is visiting relatives- at Toll City James Lamb hay a crippled jaw from falling from a horse Messrs D R Lamb and F Young were in Cloverport Friday on business Bell Frymire wile anti children of Tell city are visiting relatives at this place After a few days visit to relatives Eddie Gordon and family returned tc Tell City Friday Mr and Mrs Millard Compton entertained a low of their Mends on last Friday evening Ruth Fawver says sho wnnts to thank old Santa Claus for her automobile which she asked him for On Christmas day Misses Nina lesRlsInight before of grief Misses Mollie and Nellie Fawver Emma Clark Nina Lynch and Anna Lamu spent Christmas eve and Christ mas with Mr and Mrs Jabez Corloy i few miles from town Oscar Madden road and bridge com missioner came out from L wisport to examine the remains of the new bridge which was being completed when the Standard Oil wagon made an attempt to cross it and the middle went down and damaged the wagon TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE IIKUMO Quinine Tablets EWI l Letters From Subcribers 2521 Lwain street Dec 51005 Mr1 D Babbage Dear SirIn closed find P 0 O for one dollar for subscription for the News Excuse delay I seem to be always behind but I hope you wont delay the paper as we always enjoy it It is tho connecting linn between Coverport and Philadelphia Remember me to Mrs Babbage and family and I wish you a a very happy and prosperous New Ynr Sincerely Yours- T F Heron Kent Wash Dec 25 1U05 MrJD BaQbjge Dar Sir Inclose please tiud money order for t for which send me the News one year Also change my addrtss from Pialschie Wash to Kent Wash I wisn you a happy Ihristmas and New Year Yours Truly W A Tinitis Indigestion is easily overcome by the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure because this remedy digests what you eat and gives the stomach a rest allows it to recuperate and grow strong again Kodol relieves Indigestion Belching of Gas Sour Stomach Heart Burn etc and enables tho digestive organs to transform nil foods into the kind ot rich red blood that makes health and strength Sold by all Druggists New League Officers Assume Their Duties The local chapter of the Epwortn League had its regular monthly busi ness meeting last Tuesday night st which the newly elected officers for 1000 assumed their duties The third vicepresident Miss Jennie Harris who has charge of the social departmerr appointed the following on her com mittee Misses Eva and Edith Plans und Donald Murray Miss Louise Babbago who is tho fourth vicepres ident and whose duties in particular ate to bring in new members appointed the following on her committee Misses Grace Agnew Mayme DoHaven Jano Smith and Mr Poindester Gallo way A committee of Miss Louise Babbage Ray B M1 Currie and Prof J 1J Kingwas appointed to draw up and have printed pledge cards which all members of the League will be requested to sign Tho social department was requested to prepare a program to be rendered at the close ot each monthly business meeting The League is as strong in finances as in members For coughs and colds no remedy is equal to Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar It is different from all othersbetter because it expels all cold from the system bv acting as a cathartic on the bowels Affords im mediate relief In Croup Coughs Colds Whoopingcough etc Children loveit Sold by all Druggists REPEATING SHOTGUNSNo 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 are what count They always give the best results in field fowl or trap shooting and are sold within reach of everybodys pocketbook FREE Sind name and address on a postal card for our Itrgt Illattrattd cataloezi 1WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO NEW HAVEN CONN Blind Headache About a year ago writes Mrs Mattie Allen of 1123 Broadway Augusta itUI sutteivd with blind sick headaches and backadua and Quid get no relief until i triedII WINE OF CAROUt I Womans Relief I immediately commenced to improve and now I feel like a new woman and wish to V recommend it to all sick women for I WRITE NV know it will cure them as it did me US NV Cardui is pure medicinal extract of FREELYvegetable herbs which relieves and frankly describing Ns female pains regulates female your smptJms wewiu N NV functions tones uptheor ans houI envelope Dont hesitate but NK Try it for your trouble write Address Ladles Ad itvisoryf dne Co Chattanooga Tenn K jIl 100 bottles i The BUSY MANS Line Betw- eenLouisville Evansville St Louis arvd- Southwest IS VIA Louisville Henderson f St Louis Ry HENDERSON ROUTE PULLMAN SLEEPeRS FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS Special Roundtrip Homieekcrs Kates to southwest and west first and third Tuesdays January and February 1005 Special Tourist teats to Colorado Texas Mexico and New ilex ico on ale daily until April J50 Limit to return May1 81 TtOt- iSecondclass Colonist Hates to southwest Tickets on sale first and third Tuesdays of January and February 1JMK5 Ask us for rates J G Gallagher L J IrwinITraveling Passenirer Agt General Passenger Agt This is the key to the solution of the uncanny and mysterious disappearance of James Moreton Upon it hinges the plot of The Mystery Of June 13th By MELVIN L SEVERY Author of II The Darrotu Enigma 0 One of the most baffling brilliant mystery Stories that has appeared in many a day Cloth 12mo 150 Sent postpaid on receipt of price or at your boolwcllcrs DODD MEAD COMPANY PUBLISHERS 372 FIFTH AVENUE NEW YORK ti ti r IDit iI want to turn into money m mirrifle that had been laying 1r around the house for a i I long time in this column 1 1 t ytI ii the wan ad appeared mv TYou can do the 1 i rg samem IIY ti tith= I 7 r Cheaper Rates Southwest thI7 and 21 Del 5 and 101c points in the Southwest via Cairo or Memphis and Cotton Belt Route You can affoid to go now nearly as cheap traveling us staving at home Write for tniips and literature on Southeast Missouri Arkansas North west Louisiana Texas Also cost of tickets tlllll of trains etc L 0 SCIIAEFER L P A Cincinnati 0 nW LaBEALAin GP TA St Louis Mo Cotton Belt Roule For Homeseekers Cheapest rates yet less than one way fare for the round trip to points in the Southwest Go via Memphis or Cairo and Cotton Belt Route Dates of cheap rates Oct 8 and 17 Nov 7 and 21 Dec 5 and IV Finest time to visit the Southwest see the crops and locate a home Write for maps literature and ooat tickets to any point L 0 SCIIAEFER T P A Cincinnati 0 WlaBEAUE GP TA St Louis Mo Cotton Belt Route LOW SETTLERS RATES TO POINTS IN THE WEST AND SOUTHWEST Via Cotton Belt Route On first und third Tuesdays of each mouth round trip tickets willi be sold to points in Southeast Missouri Arkansas Louisi ana and Texas at rate ofone fare plus 2 Stopovers allowed on the going trip 21 days in which to return Cotton Belt Route trains leave St Louis morning and evening making connection with all lines and curly sleepers clink cars and parlor cafe cars Write in for literature describ ing the cheat lands along the Cot ton Belt Koute forI maps time table ants informal iu about rates etc LO5CHAEFERTPA Cotton CIt Route Cincinnati 0 LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE PACKET COU- NUOIIIOKATEII Pt Mtil and IMfcHtnger Lire Iwtwreu IuuUville and HVAIS ville Steamers TarasconTell Leave Touisville Mnndny Wednes day Friday and Saturday 4 p m Leave Evansville Monday 10 a m Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 6 p m Through freight rates and passengei tickets to Cincinnati Freight ship meats deliveredl quicker than by rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED Cloverport to Louisville 175 Clavorport to Evansville 175 Clnverport to Owensboro 75 Splendid Rccouiinodatious for etock General Office 154 lfHr58 4th st Louisville4Kv C V WILLIAMS G F andP A GEOH WILSON Snot THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP Cures all Coughs and The Rid assists in expellingsomanaahi Colds from the Honey Bet System b neryygentlymovingI e the f klrA certain cure q for croup and whoopingcough iftrw MArk Betle- tersKENNEDYS LAXA- TIVEHONEYADTAR rIPAI n AT Till LABORATORY Or- B O DeWITT ft 1OI OHIOAQO Sold by all Druggists Ask for the 1905 Kodol Almanac and 200 Year Calendar i The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JANUARY 10 1905 GARRETT Miss LOUR Ritchie dined at John Snyders Monday Dora Funk spent Friday night with the MIsess Miles Everet Jones left Tuesday for louis- ville and thence to Illinois Joshnau Montgomery of Cincinnati is the guest of Win Hilt Mrs James Foushee spent Monday with Mrs Francis Ritchie Misses Lizzie Harrington visited Miss Minnie Woolfolk several days last week Missses Ida Hill and Dora Frank were guests of Miss Pearl Hunger WednesdayGeorge John Ritchie and Mr Brown of Nelson county visited rein tires here last week Mrs Clarence Lewis and baby of Hardinsbnrg are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Francis Ritchie The dances given by Charles and Wm Ritchie Wore well attended and also tho social at George hungers was enjoyed by all TARFORK Mr and Mrs Frank Tabelng Sunday Mies Lida DeWitte of Cabot visited Mrs Easton last week Mrs VeatherhoU has sold out and will go to Oaktown Ind to reside A social was given at the home of Mr and Mrs J B Jackson Friday nightMiss Mary Jackson visited her co- nin Pearl Jaotcson of near McQuady recentlyMiss Mary Tabeling spent last week at her uncle Chas Oelzes near Har dlnsbnig Miss Mary Weatherholtof McQuady spent a few days with her mother Jlast week P H Keenan ih up again and was in Clovorport Friday He was sick at last writing H T Bates went to Hardinsbnrg Saturday to give bond on his renewal as notary public Miss Annie Hinton of Louisville is visiting her brother Ed and bet uncle Bnrlson Barbees family The Misses Mattingly of Mattingly spent last week with their cousins Aliases Emma ami Lile Burdette Arch Taul had everything in readi ness to move to Kansas but the death of his grandmother hindered him Now he is negoclatlng a trade and will probably remain here BIG SPRING J H Mea lot was in Louisville last week Miss Davie Gateway spent last week in Muldraugh James W Mourman was in Louis VI lie last week Sam lash and family have moved out on atm farm Frank Mush bay accepted a position jn the post oflieo at Vine Grove Mr Suowden of Cincinnati was the guest of Miss denivuve Clarkson last weokIMiss Jennie Myot after having spent the holidays at home has returned to schoolPeirce Ilurdiiway cf Bewlevville vas the guest of Dr Strother Monday nightMiss Myrtle Moorman is at home after a visit to net eUer Mrs Gradam of MuirlyMr Mrs H Myer have rbturn id home after having made a weeks visit to the city Miss Francis C Hnnluway was the guest of her aunt Mr Strother several I lays last week Tom Ha + tings of Los Angles CIIwas the guest of Miss Lydia Clarkson I the latter part of last w ek REAL THIS Bowling Green June 12 1001 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dour SirI have used your Texas Wonder Hulls Great Discovery for I kidney and bladder troubles and can cheerfully recommend It to all suffering J from kidnoy and bladder tionlde- Respectfully J H HESPEit A TEXAS WONDERII Qne small bottle of the Texa i Wonder Halls Great Discovery cure all kidney and bladder troubles re moves gravel cures diabetes seminal enijesiona weak and lame backs rheumatism and nil 1 rregullt ties of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your druggist will ba sent by wail on receipt of f1 One small bottle is two months heatI inent and seldom tails to perfect a cure Dr K W Hall Sole Manufac tnror P O Box 023 St Louis Mo Send rer testimonials Sold by ml druggists J SUffERED AGONIES fOR fOUR YEARS Whole Foot Nothing But Proud Flesh Tried Different Physicians and All Kinds of Ointments Could Walk Only With CrutchesOhio Man Says- CUTICURA I REMEDIES THE BEST ON EARTH In the year the side of my right foot was cut off from the little toe down to the heel and the physician who had charge or me was trying to sew up the side of my foot but with no success When he found out that wouldnt work he began trying to heal the wound with all kinds of ointment until at last my whole foot and way up above my calf was proudflesh told agonies for four years and tried different physicians and all kinds of oint ment II could walk only with crutches It is sixteen months ago since I began using Cuticura Soap and Ointment for my limb and foot The first two months the Cuticura Remedies did not seem to work but I kept on wing them both In two weeks afterwards I saw a change in my limb Then I began using Cuticura Soap and Ointment often dur ing the day and kept it up for seven months when my limb was healed up just the slUm as if I never had trouble It is eight mouths now since I stopped using Cuticura Remedies the best on Gods earth Iam working at the present day after five years of suffering The cost of Cuticura Ointment and Soap was only SO but the lectors bills were more like SOOO You can publish my name and refer any one to write to me about Cuticura Remedies I will answer all letters if postage is enclosed John JL Llovd 718 S Arch Ave Alliance Ohio June 27 1905 everypumorrODhllnt ot Cutkun wqI 96e Intmene ilk nolTeatOe In form of Chwolati Coated 1illi We per TIll oUO may he hal of all drujrgtrti A ilngleict often cure IottM Iru A Tens rr sole Prop Boiton IUAIIIlttIff Uuw W Cure soda tad mood Uumort II Dr and Mrs J H OConnor were the guests of Mrs H Strother Friday and Saturday of last week Mr and Mrs Will Hungerland of Louisville have returned home after having spent the holidays with the lat ter parents Mr and Mrs Jess Clark son To Much Oil For These Geese A flock of geese belonging to Mrs Frank Isomt have nearly all died Irom the effects of using along the creek where the all which is in the water which leaked from the Standard 011 tank fatesvllle Correspondent to Hawesville Plaiudealer Freak in Nature A strange freak in nature was wit nessed hers Sun lay morning Dc HO The sky was perf ctly cloudless and the sun was shining brightly while the air was filled with falling flakes of snow puttering in the rays of light from tho morning sun Phtesville cor respondent to Hawesville Plaindealer Mr null Mn Chus Ligbtfoot have returned fiom Sorgho where they spent Christmas with relatives Fine Trains to Florida Via South ern Kailway and Queen Crescent Route Flonda Limited leaving Louis ville 8 A M1llaily connects at Dan vine Ky with solid train of Pull man sleepers and vestibuled coaches via Chattanooga and Atlanta arriv ing Jacksonville at 300 A M and St Augustine 10 A M next day without change Dining Car serves all meals enronte Florida SpecialI leaving Louisville 745 P M carries observation sleeper dally except Sunday Louisville to St Augustine without change via Chattanooga and Atlanta arriving Jacksonville 850P M1 and St Augustine at 10P M next day From Danville this is solid tram of Drawing Room Sleepers Composite car Observation cat etc Dining Oar serves all meals enroute Via the Land of the SkyPull- man Sleeper leaves Louisville 745 P M daily running through f Knox villle whero connection is made at 935 A Mwith through sleeper to Jacksoville via Asheville Columbia and Savannah arriving Jacksonville 0 A M Winter Tourist Tickets Good returning until May Ulst ate now on sale daily at Low Rates Variable Tours Going via Asheville and Land of the Sky and Sapphire Country and returning via Atlanta and Chat tanooga or Vice Versa For the Land of Sky Wintar Homes or other handsomely illustrat ed BooKlets tolders totes etc add ress any agent of the Southern Ry or CH Hnngerford DPA Louisvlllle Ky G B Allen AGPA St Louis W C Rinearsou G P A QC Route Cincinnati 0 RUNNING THE GANTLET Tbl Punishment was Once Used For Mlllturr UUelpllnc The following extracts give Informa tion concerning the punishment of ruimliig the gantlet In running the gantlope the regiment was formed six deep and tho ranks opened and faced inward Each man being furnished with a switch the offender naked to the waist was led through the ranks preceded by a ser geant the point of whose reversed hal bert was presented to his breast to pro vent his running too fast As he thus passed through the ranks every soldier gave him a stroke Groses Military Antiquities volume 2 page 108 But the oldest notice I have seen Ls given In Monro Ills Expedition With the Worthy Scots Regiment called Mnckeyos Regiment Levied In Au gust 1020 Etc London Printed by William Jones In Red Crosse Strecte 1037Other slight punishments we en IOther slight faults put In execu tion by their camarades as the loupe garthe running the gantlet Swedish gantulopp to run through a hedge made by soldiers when a souldlcr Is stripped naked above the waste and Is made to runne n furlong betwixt 200 souldiers ranged alike opposite to others leaving n space In the midst for the souldler to runne through where his camarades whip him with small rods ordained and cut for the purpose by the Gavllllger provost marshal and all to keepe good order and disci pline London Notes and Queries WEDDING SPEECHES Some That AVere Not In the Uiinnl Conventional Style A wedding In New York at which the bridesmaids were representative of six nationalities and each felicitated the bride In the language of her own coun try was an odd affair but probably not so well received as the speech of n young Englishman who was called up on to propose the toast The Brides maids Apprised of his ordeal in advance he lied devised an escape and with the single statement that silence was golden he brought from his pocket n set of gold bangles which he bestowed upon the attendants of the bride At n wedding feast at Dol in Nor mandy the demand for a speech result ed In the production of a guitar upon which the speaker accompanied himself while he chanted the praises of the bride Had he stopped there all would have been well but he changed to a praise of his store and the guests threw him out of the house Doubtless a similar fate should have befallen the sharpshooter who wrote the name of the bride upon the wall with pistol bullets to the serious dam age of the wall paper Almost as odd was the performance of a German mu sic hall performer who when called upon for entertainment mounted the table upon his hands and balanced himself upon glasses cups and other fur nishings Funny plunders A famous sculpture group recently exhibited In Glasgow represents Adam and Eve after they hind left Eden EVP In despair lies at Adams feet Through a mistake an intelligent at tendant placarded It with this descrip tion Motherless At the same exhibition was a sleeping nymph by a well known sculptor which by another mis take appeared In the catalogue us Mrs greatly to the horror of Glasgow A Sunday school boy recently gave this account of the prophet Elijah Elijah the prophett was carried Into heaven by a whirlwind and the chil drew stood up nUll cried Go up thou baldhead Go up thou baldhead And before he went up he divided the Red sea HP Snw the Joke One day says au American I walked Into a bookshop In the Strand and asked for Hares Walks In Lou don In America the book is sold In one thick volume Time clerk brought It In two Oh I said as I looked at them you part your Hare In the middle do you I slrt he said with a bewildered look Oh no sire I saw he didnt see the joke so I didnt ex plain but bought the books and went away A week later I went to the same shop As soon as the clerk saw me he rushed from the back of the shop laughing vociferously Good he shouted Capital Part your Hare in tho middle Thats capital sir capital London TitBits Loves Grammar I wish I dared to ask you some thing Miss Helen said Percy with trembling voice and wabbling chin Why dont you dare to ask It the maiden said demurely Because I can see No In your eyesIn both of them YyesWell dont yourdont you know two negatives are equivalent to nn How dare you sir Take your arm from around my waist Instantly But he didnt A QurMlon Youll let me come to your wedding dear of course Well I cant promise My people are so enraged nt my choice that I hardly know whether I shall be allow ed to go myself A Dyer Ho Do you think blonds have more admirers than brunettes SheI dont know You might ask Miss Turner She has hind experience In both capaci ties New Yorker If we are not willing to work and suffer for the sake of our love we have not the artist soul within us j r I QUARTERLY REPORT OF THE First State Bank Of Irvington Ky Al the close of business on the 30tb day of December 1003 s EOSOUROKS Loans and securedE07 Overdrafts 60 Overdrafts unsecured 601 7 Duo from National Hanks 145rss- Duo from State Ranks and Bankers 500 CO Duo from Trust Com panies 0 00 503586 Banking Hoaso and lot 4000 00 Other Itcal Estate 000- Mortwtgcs IJ 00 0 00 Other Stocks and Bands 000 Specie 617 51 Currency 51 Exchange forClearings 261000 Other Items carried as Cash 000 Furniture and lIilxlurea 1000 00 Fond to pay Taxes Current Expenses Last Quarter 308 i 30S 85 Give description to a tlon value and how long owned all real estate except banking house and lot It any owned longer than live ears 00- 0f t3 61 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In In cash 15000 00 Surplus fund JOO 00 Undivided profits sty 72 Due depositors us fol lows viz- iiepodhssubject to chk Is not r3233151DepositsI on which Inst Is paid 000 Demand certificates of deposits on which Inst Is paid 0 00 Time certificates do interestf 150333- 8SavlnjfsdepMtson whlh Interest Is paid 000 4711050hueDue State Hanks and QODue8 0 00 Cashiers Checks outstanding 000 Bills re discounted 0 00 00TuxesCapital Stock not paid 0 00 ttIat SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of Indebtedness of any stockholder person company or firm Including In the liability of the theIndividualor Indirectly If such Indebtedness exceeds 20 per cent of capital stock actually paid In and actual amount 00HowaboveItsm000PeeStatutesHighestway director or otllcer If amount of such Indebtedness exceeds 10 per ct 00SeeStatutesHow 000Docsperson company or firm Including urfirmmembers thereof exceed 30 per cent 000It000Amount000Werebefore not less than 10 per cent of net coveredof tho bank for the period by the dividend carried to the surplus fund before said divi YesPeeState mssoftateBlinkatNosaid county being duly sworn says the fore going report IIs In all respects a true state littillIIndhelleflocatlun above report Is madden compliance with an SeretarvofStateIK 5 as the day on which such report shall be mlldeuhscrlbillllnd sworn to before me by W 1 Plggott tha 3d day of January IPOS CMyW J PresidentJNO R M JOLLY D C HERON Directors Lady Put Out of White House Washington Jan 4A sensational scene occurred at the White House this afternoon in which the principal was au elderly woman Mrs Miner Morris tilt wife of a Washington physician Ater permission to see President Roosevelt in the executive offices was refused her and she lead declined to leave Mrs Morris was forcibly ejected front the building dragged roughly over a muddy driveway and finally placed in a cab in whichshe was taken to a oolice station and then to the House of Detention She was shortly released from arrest on a deposit of collateral Mrs Morris is a sister of Represen tative JIhn A T Hull of Iowa cbair wan of the House Committee on Mill tary Affairs and one of the Republican leaders in the lower branch of Congress Friends of Ms Morris say that she is on intimate terms with tinny people of officialand social prominence Repre sentative Hull declined tonight to his cuss the case He was evidently suffer ing keenly over the notoriety into which Mrs Morris and himself have been brought and said he greatly deplored the affair lIe admitted that Mrs Morris was a close relative but refused to say what the relationship was Virgil Fontaine Louisville was here Saturday with Frank White Both went to Holt Saturday to hunt Find Box of Spanish COin in Ohio County McIIonry Ky Jan 3Eight welldressed Mexicans arrived near Pond Run about seven miles west of here Friday and pitched a tent They spent soma time prospecting nnd finally located a small cave just at the foot ofa high hill about three miles of Green river They began dig ging in the cave and struck an iron box which when opened revealed a large quantity of Spanish coins The coin was counted and divided on the spot in the presence of several reputable citizens of the neighborhood The latter say that the find amounted to a large sum It is asserted that the money was buried by a Mexican war paymaster I feel quite lost tonight For got to bring my now glasses Who is that overdressedwoman by the piano Ell Thats my wife Beg pardon And who is the scrawny girl in blue standing by horrf Thats my daughter By jove how stupidI And tell me please who is that gawky looking fellow with the big cars who iis standing opposit to us Thats your reflection in the mirror you idiot Exchange Judgeyou are chargedwith perjury Guilty or not guilty PrisonerWell your honor I swore to a lie or two but that wasnt perjury it was politics Philadelphia Ledger IIeMy past is a clean sheet and I love you very dearly She Id rather have you run for office and see what the news paper snyNew York Mail Nodd Why did you have your telephone changed from a direct wire to a party min e Todd My wife complainedshe couldnt hear a thing the neighbor said Life Not in Condition to Rebuild The management of the Louisville and Evansville packet line is looking tor a suitable boat to take the place cf the J W Thomas which sunk at Tell City Decmeber 20 is several feet of watei and whlnh was practically destroyed by fire on December 24 It is said the wreck of the Thomas is not in a condition to rebuild The boat was valued at 110000 Fire at Evansville Evansville Ind Jan 4Firs de stroyed the Fellwock Roll Panel companys building and contents corner of Fourth avenue and East Ill moms street at 230 oclock this morn ing The loss will be 8000 to the Fell wock company on contents The loss on the building is not known but will not exceed fa 000 an it was an old frame structure Mr and Mrs Carl Lishen have reo tnrntd from Illinois where they have been on their bridal tour Henry Pate who has been ill for the last few weeks is improving James A Callis sixtysix years a retired capitalist has adopted a novel fad to pass the remainder of his days says a Kansas City telegram Callis recently learned the art of burning designs on wood from the young people of the neighborhood and became quite an export He filled his home with spec imens of his skill bestowed burnt wood offerings with liberal hands on all his neighbors and then for lack of anything else that really seemed to need decorating he had a blank coffin made and has begun to decorate it for his own use He has decorated the sides with scrolls leaving just enoughroom for the handles An inscription At Rest lots been burnt in the center of the lidand issurroundcd with artistic designs The head and foot of the lid have been inlaid with figures repres enting the liliesofthevalley Take Tablets Seven Million boxes sold In past 12 months This Signature I r LIEUTENANT BOWMAN J IN FORTYEIGHT HOURS PElfCURED HIM Cold Affected Head and Throat Attack Was Severe Chas W Bowman 1st Lieut and Actyt fromIanltamnThough somewhat averse to patent medicines and still more averse to becoming a professional affidavit man it leems only a plain duty in the present Instance to add my experience to the columns already written concerning the cnratlvo powers of Pernna I have been particularly benefited by Its use for colds In the head and throat I have been able to fully curt myself of a most severe attack la fortyeIght hours by Its use according to directions 1 use It as a preventive whenever threatened with an attack Members of my family also use it for like ailments Wo are recommend- Ing It to our rrlendsC W Bowman Femna Contains no Narcotics One reason why Pcruna has found permanent use in so many homes Is that It contains no narcotic of any kind Itcan be used any longth of time without ac quiring a drug habit Address Dr Hartman President of Tho TIartman Sanitarium Columbus Ohio for free medical advice Alt carrel pondonce held strictly confidential The New York Evening Post in speaking of the revelations in regard to the private character of the President of a big trust an swers the plea that he is a man of great business ability The reve lation of the last six months if they have taught men anything have reinforced the eternal truth that in positions of trust high or low skill without solidity- of character is nothing Washington Jan 4 Walter Wellman Washington correspondent who with SantosDumont and three other companions yet to be chosen will attempt to reach the north pole by means of an air ship sailed from New York City yesterday for Paris where ho will begin the work necessary to bring the plans for his arctic trip to perfection Columbia University abolished foot ball among its students ordering the team to disband and set tie up its affairs by the end of 1905 The President was fairly snowedunder by letters from men allover the country congrat elating the university Fathers with sons to college alum of the university leading men in all professions swelled the chorus of congratulation But the students some of them were angry and uttered dire threats that all of J them would leave However Columbia maintains its position I and there is little doubt tho number of students will be double ling or trombling during the year Mr Hiram OfienI dont see why you should suspect the new servant girl of gossipping among the neighbors She seems close mouthedMrs Hiram Offon But Ivo discovered that shes also close keyholePhiladelphia MistressDidnt the ladies that called leave cards BridgetThey wanted to maam but I fowled thim ye had plenty av yer own and bettor ones too LIfejj fI To Cure a Cold in One Day Laxative Rromo QUinine 4D CuresCripIn rX7J II I t vK W- kT C wrtS NriJldf Ii a n4u9 c t l 1 I I I IbJ IC Id II IR II IP I blM 1 tut- l cot wo tea bar sets tor ins put h1 sJ- tm test me knling tbh orb pen tilt A- tJ l i