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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 41 1 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 17 1906 12 Pares N027 f Ifii r l1 oo of r If if r lIt sf Yit erIn nt etch chLy I ill I to 1 rlp iI J hed rd set of- Lirly rom rate hers rho all 3 of- cnts and 11I of ever jLion the uble ycar I see nowlong close It Ive close 3 lothat iaatuLenty s too S irk OELZES HALL A CHURCH HOUSE M E Congregation to Worship i There a MonthRe pairing Church JAPANESE SINGS AT B Y P U The M E church will be undergoing repairs for a month and all the services of this church will be held in Oelzes Vdia11 on Male street until the repair work is completed The church rurnlI ture will be moved into the hall and it will be made comfortable This is per haps the first time regular services under the auspices of this church have been held outside of a dedicated house of worshipA crusta covering will be put on the church and the side walls painted with oil The ceiling on it now is of plastering Tnis has been falling off of late and the new paper ceiling will be a great improvement over it as well as much more beautiful H A Oelze is superintending the work The members of the B Y P U were treated to an especially interesting talkI by R L Oelze Sunday at their regular devotional exercises Mr Oelze spoke on Canuaa He illustrated his points with an exceptionally good map in colors done by YiJ Oelze of this city Margaret Das jrsang Jesus Lover of My Soul for the Union in her original language which is Japanese Miss Dawsy also rendered Greenlands Icy Mountains in her original tongue during the Baptist church services Sunday night This is probably the first time a song has ever been rendered in Japanese language in any of the churches here Miss flaws is fifteen years old and a pretty blackhaired black eyed little girl She speaks flu 4any in her native tongue as well as in English Her home is in Yokohoma Japes She carne to this country at ten years of age and has lived in Irvington and at Mr and Mrs Harvey B Eng lishs near Stephensport Miss Dawsy said she had little dUn culty in picking up English learning it from sound aa she did She has a de sire to return to her native country as a missionary She is a member of the Baptist church having been converted to this faith at Irvington This little girl is full of fun and life Always has a smile on her face and is very plain spoken When asked for an interview by the reporter for the News she burst into laughter and said What do you want that forY Miss Whitehouse Entertains Miss Nellie Whitehouse gave an in formal party at her home in the West End Friday night The following were present Misses Florence Lewis Monie Bannou of Haweaville Elizabeth Rhodes and Margaret McGeary of liar dlusburg Messre Bennett and Floyd Carter John Miller and Chas Hem bleton and Miss Dessie and Ernest Popham iiOfficial Whipping Earl Stewart colored aged ten years KaA the victim of an official whioping Monday the method of punishment be ing revived by Judge Riley in the police court The boy was sentenced to the jf workhouse for thirty days but this sen tence was suspended after his mother J Arad applied the lash ihl the presence of JspectaJI publicanHoods parilla enjoys the disSat tion of being thegreat estt curative and preventive m tine the world has ever known 16 is an allround medicine producing its un equalled effects by purify ing vitalizing and enriching the blood on which the health and strength ofevery organ bone and tissue depend Accept no substitute for Hoods but in on having Hoods S AND ONLY HOODS u PAUL COMPTONIS lOTED New P 0 Boxes Mrs Withers Recital Livery Stable Sold by Dellaven SUPERVISORS TO MEET JAN 22 Hardlnshurg Ky Jan 16 Special At the annual meeting of the directors of the Bank f Hardina burg Paul Compton was promoted to the position of assistant cashier Mr Compton has been connected with the bank for the past four or five yean and has wade a record for worth and efficiency that is difficult to surpass His promotion is well merited M L Kincheloe has purchased foi the post cilice new boxes and up to date fixtures which will shortly be installed This improvement will be a great convenience to the patrons nl the office and will make it second to none in the county The music class of Mrs Thomas H Withers gave a recital Friday even ing January 12 at her home on Main street The program was well select ed and beautifully rendered All the pupils acquitted themselves admirably A number of guests were present who very much enjoyed the evening Mrs Withers was the recipient of many congratulations upon tho proficiency and progress of her pupils Dennie Sheeran andWilliam Beauch camp have purchased tho livery stable of FranK DeHaven The consideration was t5900 Sheeran A Beauonauip is the name of the new firm The County Board of Supervisors will reconvene at the Court House on Monday January 22 to hear the complaints of tax payers which hare been raised It will continue in session three day- sMOB IS NECESSARY Says Thomas Dixon JrUepo- rtation Fate of the Negro NEGRO WILL BECOME WILLING Summary punishment of negroes who commit assaults on white women is necessary add I believe that if this summary punishment were not dealt out it would not be possible for the people of the South to live I believe that until some mode of criminal procedure can be devised under which the crimi nal can be tried convicted and executed within at least fortyeight hours after the commission of his crime punishment by a mob is necessary and I do not see how it can be avoided I would not par ticipate in such an affair myself but it certainly seems to be the only way said Thomas Dixon Jr who arrived in Louisville Sunday night What will be the fate of the negro in the South was asked Deportation is the only solution he replied It will become necessary within the next fifty years and by that time the negro himself will have become willing He will see that life here is not possible for him and he will go wil lingly I do not believe that forcible deportation will be possible and I do not believe that it will be attemptedbut it certainly will come quietly and naturally Education will convince the negro that he cannot exist under the conditions in this country The North does not like the negro any better than does the South The North now has the negro in its schools sitting beside its children and they are already talk lug of separate schools My books and plays are merely prey ing the truth of what Abraham Lincoln said There is a physical difference between the white and black races which will forever forbid them living together on terms of social and political equality I have written for the Nor thern car and eye and appeal to the North to see and understand what we of the South already know Rev M M Benton archdeacon of the Episcopal church of Kentucky will hold services at Oelzes Hall Sun day evening January 91 nt 730 oclock All are cordially invited to attend MISS ALICE MAT TINGLYS MARRIAGE To Mr Ben Ridgeway at Morganfield Thursday- Afternoon BOTH ARE POPULAR IIERE The marriage of Miss Alice Matting ly of Morganfield to Mr Ben Ridge way of this city will taKe place at the brides home at 436 Thursday afternoon The ceremony will be per otIwill leave immediately after the mar rialto for a Southern bridal tour of two weeKs They wIll make their home in Cloverport upon their return from the South Close friends and relatives will wit ness the ceremony Decorations will be wade in red and green Miss Mattincly lived here a few years ago Sbe is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Chas F Mattingly and a sister of Mr and Mrs Joe Tom Mat tingly of this city Miss Mattingly was one of the most popular young ladies in Cloverport Her beauty at tracted wide attenion Mr Ridgeway is a valuable man in the Hendeison Routo service in his capacity as engineer His home Iis in Shepherds ville He has lived here for several jears Miss Florence Lewis of this city will attend the wedding Jolly House Party ills Pauline Moorman is having a lolly house party at the home of her grandfather Mr J E Keith The party begun Saturday and holds foith until to day The guests are Misses Margueritte and Edith Burns and Edith and Eva Plank Farmers May Establish Bank At a recent meeting of the McLean county union of the American Society of Equity oUt of the strongest in flip state the following resolution among other was adopted Resolved That we recommend the establishment of a banns at Calhoon XyF to be known us the Farmers equity bank and recommended that stOCK shall be sold in shares of 2i5 each Shares unlimited A motion was then made that a paper soliciting stock subscriptions u circulated in inch locality for the Equity bank Little MlstiTotu itno Uotlrull the niece of Mr und Mrs George Short who rondo n host of friends whllo she was hero from Iensiicolu Fin lust summer Correction Mr Babbage Will you allow me to correct a mistake and add a little to the note on the life of my mother Mrs T F Battertield She was teach ing in Hardinsbnrg but left there to accept n position iu the college at PrincetonShe married at the home of Mrs Webb where she boared My father was a widower with three little children one of whom died In infancy The otnois grow to womanhood Mary was married to J B Simons ot tnis city Annie to Km mett Brown of Brandenburg Hence the mlstauo in regard to the number of children The orphans reared and lovingly cared for by my lather and mother exceeded in number their own child ren The late Mrs R R Pierce of this city was a sister of niy mother L S BEN MILLERS RE MARKABLE RECORD Has Worked Seventy Crops of Tobacco in Seventy Eight Years ONE OF COUNTYS BEST MEN Beginning to work in tobacco crop at eight years of age and not missing even one years work in seventy is the re markable record of Ben Miller of Kirk this county Mr Miller is seventy eight years old and healthy and happy He has never bought a piece of meat or a sack ot corn because he needed it since he has been a farmer That is to say he has never been compelled to buy meat because he did not have it in his smokehouse or compelled to buy a sack of corn because there was none in the barn This cannot be said of most farmers of today A family of seven children all settled on farms which Mr Miller has provided them surro uid him at his old home stead Mr Miller is in goo i circum stances and works for amusement only lIe possesses good health and was stout and active enough to make a full hand in the lending of his tobacco crop last year Marry at llawesvilie The Lewisport correspondent to the llawesvilie Ilaindealer says Father Brey came dowu from Clovorpcrt Tues day and united Mr Bowls and Miss Hartley and Mr W Hosley and Miss Duncan in the holy bonds of matri man The ceremony was performed in the Catholic church Little Miss Zelam SlujMl who Ix the beauti I ful and attriiuttrt little dour htcr of Mr mid Mrs Conrad Slppil of this place Jerry Burk Dead At his home near Victoria Mr Jerry Biuk died SundRY morning as n result of heart trouble He was about 65 years old and a wellI known citizen of this county lIe was one of a large number of Irish families who settled iu sad around Victoria a number of years ago forming a large set tlement if that decent in the back por tion of the county Mr Burk was aI lifelong cripple but possessed a great deal ot ambition and always appeared jollyand in good spirits He is the father of a large family most of WhOUlI reside In this county Hancock Clarion The Clansman Coming Thoughtful readers of historic roo mance recognize in Thomas Dixon Jrs novels The Leopards Spots and The Cl fnsinnna rasp of theme atmosphere and tacts which at once inspire respect To wave a tale from a purely imaginary fabric is a high form of art To interlace with this the strands of histroy so that the line of demarcation is not disclosed is still a greater triumph for the novels the play in completeness symmetry and sustained interest takes rank as the greatest drama of modern mays Ar rangements have been completed for The Clansmanto apiipaar at Macau leys all of next week Seats are now on sale Mrs Rowlands Six Oclock Dinner Capt and Mrs J H Rowland gave a six course six oclock dinner at their home in the west end Tuesday to Mr and Mrs Fred Ferry Mr and Mrs Fred FraizeMisses Mannie White and Grace Ferry Miss Lula Severs Slumber Party Miss Lain Severs gave a slumber party Sunday night to Misses Ray Heyser Margarette Moorman and Louise Babbage BuckwheatCakes made with Roya Baking Powder Are delicious andwholesomea perfect cold weather breakfast food Made in the morning no yeast no set ting over night never sour never cause in digestion To make a perfect buckwheat cake and a thousand other dainty dishes see the Royal Baker and Pastry Cook Mailed free to anyaddress ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK 1i I1VilAtlrhMlAta111MIr9 MlIii AA it111M Tribute to Memory of Mrs Sallie Cain Golden Rod try Ilucliel II Lay Golden Hod iis lend The precious lower that shed a sweetness and fragrance ttroundall who came in contact with her has been cut down by deaths untimely frost and left in her path an aching void that cannot be filled I never knew llrs Cain personally but was fortunate enough to read the gems of thought from her pen and if I had not known of her her writing alone would have convinced me of the purity of her heart and I could readily see and appreciate the influence for good her thoughts always conveyed There was that in her writing that at once bespoke the Christian The turns suming manner and the perfect womanhood devoid of vain tad frivolous that is so often characterized and in the social circles of this day That lien IIerYthlug of Christian usefulness no one can question who know her intimately I learn that her whole Inim in life was to serve the Master and make all within her happy She wi s a devoted Christian and for every lent a helping hand father mother husband anti children will IIrOOdwlrkI her tender loving care and to thom the world so bright as when lighted by her presence Hut the purity and religious zeal she always manifested in life will convince them that all is well with her noel if theirs I are as devoted lives in Christs cause as was hors theyll record the death of such a woman as IhycoIpleasant and easy task to spunk of her t are left As a sculptors works stand to him long years after he hits passed I to his reward and tolls what his work in life was so the good deeds and kind words of love of tho dear departed Sallie Cain will ever shine forth as a result of the good I work done during her sojourn here She hits passed away but her example shines as a guiding light to those who have eyes to see and will try to follow in her footsteps 1 do not say do not weep but weep for liar your tears are holy Christ wept for the one lIe loved andshe was worthy of the precious tear shed for her And though at times impetuous with emotion tAndanguish long suppressed The aching heart heaves swelling like the ocean That cannot be at rest We will be patient and assuage the feeling Wo may not wholly stay Hy silence sanctifying not concealing The grief that must have way Stephensport Ky January 12 1100 iIMIMIMM 41 bi11t MAMtdMAI IIfIl11tI1I111 laplilAMdVMIMM H HCC Cmn Beautiful Calendar The Ohio Valley Tie Uompanv tins presented the News with one of the most beautiful calenders it has seen this year The calendar has four fly sheets witn fine pictures of renowned theatrical women on them This kind of advertising is a credit to a cow pany Misses Jennie Mabel Harris and Margaret Moorman and Jno D Bab bage Jr saw Humpty Damply at Macanleya in Louisville Saturday CaTOaXBun tte- Blgaatut Tt Kind You Hall Always Bought 11f1Pof Mr Sanders Extends Thanks EditorBreckenridge News I never shall forget the Kindness shown to mo and my family during our illness last summer when all of us were ill of typhoid fever I do not know what we would have done if it had not been for tho good people ot Cloverport who holped us and we extend onr heartfelt thanks to them especially do we thank tne Epworth League and Mr DeHaven the marshal The League did all they could to seep us from suffering and Mr DeHaven gave me work for the city which was easy and when I did not nave sufficient strength to do hard workrrtll l J R Sanders fl t l dt i j rf Vyr li I I I y A I V o t I o 1 1 t J- A i f Ia t I L j I t 0 J I i J i I I Louisville Daily HERALD And Breckenridge News One year for just Two Dollars 11Until JANUARY 31 we offer the NEWS and LOUISVILLE DAILY HERALD one year for 2 To take advantage of this offer you must send 2 for both at the same time Sendorders to this office Offer expires January 31 1906 the BRECKENRIDGE NEWS Cloverport Ky A M ntUt The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JANUARY 117 1900 J C RUDD DIES OF HEART DISEASE one of Owensboros Most Promi nent MenDid Much to Build it Up VELL KNOWN IN BRECKENRIDGE J C Rudd formerly iu business in Louisville but for years one of the most prominent men ia Owensboro Ky died there suddenly last Wednesday morn lug of heart disease James C Kudd was born iu Jefferson county Ky February 3 I1SI13 the sou of James Kudd one of the most promi cent of the early settlers of Louisville lie was educated in the school of Louis vllle and later attended school at Bards town lie was married January SU 1856 to Miss Colegate M Moore and a Tear later removed to Daviess county HitUing on what has since been known me the Kudd farm one mile above the city lie was engaged in farm work for amine years and at the end of that time bought property in the city and em tMrk d in businessthouph he continued to reside at his suburban home lie was prominently connected with the iu aurance business for forty years his operations as representative of insur Htice companies extending over the en tire Green river section Mr Kudd is survived lIIy his wife and three children Messrs Wut Kudd R II IKudd of Joplin Mo and C B Rmld ol Kansas City A reasonable amount of food thorough ly digested and properly assimilated will til way increase the strength If your stomach is a little off Kodol Dyspepsia Cnre will digest what Sou eat and enable tilt digestive organs to i11oio1 mil lit and transform nil foods into tissuebuilding blood Kodol lelieVfflSouriitonwuh Helcning HeartBurn and all forms of Indiges tion Palatable uud sttengtlmmng Sold fly all Druggists The Afrlrim Drum The felon drum iippiars In varied and often picturesque forms The na two imiUc drums out of shells tree trunks or earthenware covered with llio skin of siini wild anlinul or some times with India rubber Of the origiI JUt I calabash drums tliiro Is probably only one specimen III Europe Some of the drums are highly ornamented either by painting or carving One specimen Indeed has puzzled travelers for there Is depleted on It unmistaka bay a cross und also a brad of Knroponu true A driiHi found In upper Lualaha has a unique peculiarity In the way of a syinpullielle ford formed by means of a small lulu Ingeniously Insert ed in the aide f the Instrument which niieeft when the drum Is healer a vl bratiun rcwinbllng that of the reed jplpe Southern Workman A Ilea Fur Soup A learned doctor pleading for soup 4mu every dinner table says A person eomes to dinner weary and hungry sad needs first HotnPtlilntf to stimulate tlw Mwrutioiiir of the stomach The Unit court hot soup does this by Its action ujion the nerves which control tie blood vessels Taking the soup slowly Is an aid to digestion and It not a favorite dish nh or oysters can tc substituted sorting time sane pur polio The Joint or roast can then be Ukon with bonuflt tovtho system und the game vegetables and tweets as110iIid follow In their order not nee cssmlly in courses for the plain fain illy dinner however Subscribe for the News Live While Yon Are Alive Eujny lift as it coons to you Listen to tin bird songs and the wises of the children Linger to watch the sunset or the opening of a flower Take Into your life the goodness the pleasure and the brightness of every day for we shall pass this way but once and then when you reach tho lust day that Is given you here you will ho content and can say hI have livedTown and Country Ho ICneiv You are sure that man cheated yes sir answered Three Finger Sam He hold four aces nut that Is not conclusive evidence It was In this case I knew whore the regular aces was myself Wash ington Star Sudden Nova said the professor describing the work of his class to Miss Elderber ry wo are engage Ohm nro we How sudden WAS her reply ns she snii Bled up Houston Pot An to IloriipN No man who Is polite to his family only when company is present can hope to be n hero to his son Chicago Rec nlIIerald How to Mold Pneumonia We have never heard of a single instance of a cold resulting in Pneu monia ot other lung trouble when Foleys Honey and Tar has been taken It not only stops the cough but heals and strengthens tine lungs Ask for Foleys Honey and Tar and refuse any substitute ottered Dr C J Bishop of A new Mich writes I have used Foleyd Honey and Tar in three very severe cases of pueumonia with good results in every case Sold by A R Fisher Sir lltimiilio DIIVJ Sit Humphry Davy married a widow ns fiLHiilinr as himself His jnt allVf tat ion was a leek of time He was al ways In a hurry He protendfd that lit hUll no leisure to ibvss himself used when a change of linen became neios nary he simply put one shirt over an other until In was known to have on live or six shirts at a time Of course he could not wear this amount of up Ipiirel without appreciably Increasing his size and his friends not in till se cret were sometimes surprised to see him full sea In apparent weight Itwenty pounds In n day Ills wife s great anx lets was to keep him lit for company but tins he did not cure n flg for com pany she hail no easy tusk and domes tic discord was a lOIl11110lJthlll Aiulrnt Cup The cups of the Assyrians closely resembled our saucers Every noble man timid gentleman lend his own cup and cup bearer the latter of whom always accompanied him to n feast carrying before him the cup of gold sliver crystal or marble which his master only used on state occasions Saucers for cups were Introduced In the latter part of the eighteenth cen tury Bud at first were greatly ridicul ed the persons who employed them be lug said not to bo able to drink with out having two cups Tiro DlfTfreiit tinder I cannot understand sir why you permit your daughter to sue me for breach of promise You remember that you were bitterly opposed to our engagement because I wasnt good enough for her and would disgrace the family Young titan that was sentiment this la business SelruUag Judges Dr Franklin thought that judges ought to be appointed by lawyers for added the shrewd man in Scotland whore this practice prevails they always select the ablest member of the profession in order to get rid of him tumid share his practice among them selves I IAIolnter were breaking Into a door when the master of tho house hearing them looked out of the win dow and said Friends come a little later We are not yet In bedItlIu mor of Spain THE PROPOSEDNEW Logical Views Upon It By The Editor of The Hart ford Republican IT IS A SERIOUS TiliNG Just when everybody in this good old county of Ohio seems to be pro grossing as never before with the pros pect ot another railroad slashing a cross us the longest way we are con fronted with the ever recuring new county scheme From the rumors afloatno one is safe from these would becounty creators unless he lives in the sacred 01 ten miles of the Court House limit left us bj1 the Consti tuition At first we hind suppose some enterprising citizens of the good town of Forsville were merely trying to pro- vIde a county seat with a county Now we are told that it is an effort to make Ohio county Democratic and that Etnaville Herbert and Ralph precincts near Fordsville are to bo left in the old county while the line will run around to include Rosine Horse Branch Arnold Select and Cromwell The county seat to be at Horse Branch or Baizetown Although this later possibility is doubtless held out to induce some people to withhold opposi tion We do not believe the members ot the Kentucky Legislature will be foolish enough to ustaolish n new county for political reasons It would only be a few Yt ars until the same reasons would make necessary another trl wing until ev utually we would only have good old Democratic Boford leftIt is n serious thing to dismember a county Foi almost one hundred years the does and mortgages for all the territory affected have been recorded at Hartford If the new county is es tablished whevever a land sale is made or a mortgage executed the parties will not only have to go to the new county seat hut will also be out the additional expense of a trip to Hartford to examiue the title here Besides under the law they will not only be compelled to pay taxes to build new buildings and pay runing expenses of the now county but will also have to pay their pro portion of the ndebtednes3 of the old connty from which they were taken We are not yet able to say just how much that will loin this county but with new bridges contracted for by the old Fiscal Court it will foot up sornetthing like 25000 Under a provision of the State Constitution a majority of the citizens in the torn tory to be changed must petition the Legislature before it can be legally lone If you wish to avoid double taxes and endless confusion be careful what yon sign for the next sixty days The Original Foley Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar as a throat and lung remedy and on account of the great merit and popolwrity of Foleys Honey and Tar many imitations aro offer ed for the genuine Ask for Foloys Honey and Tar and refuse any sub statute offered aa no other preparation will give the same satisfaction It is mildly laxative It contains no opiates and is tho safest for children and deli cute persons Sold by A R Fisher Solitude Solitude relieves us when we are sick of company and conversation when we are weary of being alone so that the one cures the other There Is no man so miserable ns he that is at a loss to uso his time Seneca FUNNY LETTER FROM JOE MULHATTEN JR Hnntingburg Ind Jun 10 1000 MrJDBabbage Editor News Hav- Ing deserted old Kentucky for a while thought I wonhl run you off a few lines Try to describe this part of Hoosierdoom Nowl dont want you to get me mixed I am not one of Bill Taylors colony over here on a vacation Just wandered off for a change of climate There are other reasons 1 am as you know well an old bachelor that wants to marry Thought mv matrimonial prospects would be better seeNow Mr editor if I dont make a hit out here and you find some pretty mainden in Cloverport that wants to enlist for life give her my address Kentucky can boast of br tine whiskey and fast horses tut when it comes to pretty girls Indiana will trot her a close second This is a fine farming country coin wheat and oats are the principle crops some to bacco is raised- Hnntingbtirg is on the Southern railroad and a nice little city of 0000 people Has electric lights and water works The A S of E hs a strong organization here We had the pleasure of listening to National OrgamzerSherman of the A 8 ofE here Friday Sherman is all 0 K He can put the question so any one can see througbt it Now Mr ed itoi von are growing tired of this seribl inc so I will ring off Inclosed find manzzuim to pay for three months subscription to the News As ever Joe Mulhatten ir- A Jamaican Lady Speaks Highly of Cham herlalns Cough Remedy Ms Michael Hart wife of the superintendent of Cart Service at Kingston Jamaica West Indus says that he has for some years used Cnain barlalns Cough Remedy for coughs and cronp whooping cough and has found it very beneficial She has as implicit confidence in Itnnd would not ho without a bottle of it in her home Sold by Short Haynes Cloverport THE BIRD OF DEATH It la the Unix VVIIOIIIIIUH Member of the Keiitheretl Tribe Among all the thousands of feathered creatures clussllled by the trained or nithologists but one the rplr udoob or bird of death is known to be yen omous Tills queer and deadly species sf the winged and feathered tribe Is a native of the Island of Papua or New Guinea The bird is described as be lug about the size of a common tame pigeon of gray plumage and a tall of extraordinary length ending in a tip of brilliant scarlet red It is a marsh bird and is found to Inhabit only tho Immense stagnant pools adjoining the lakes of the Interior of the Island The rplr has a hooked beak as sharp as n cocks spur and hollow The venom with which it Inoculates is distilled iu a set of organs which nature has provided for that purpose and which lie In the upper mandible just below the openings of the nostrils Under this poison secreting laboratory In tho root of the mouth is a small fleshy knob When the bird sets its beak in the flesh of a victim this knob receives n lpressure which liberates time venom and inoculates the wound No man native or otherwise wins ever known to recover from n bite inflicted by n rplr udoob The suffering in such cases Is tined to bo much more agonizing than In cases of rattlesnake and GUn monster bites The secret of successfully ridding the system of a cold is a tnorough evacua tion of the bowels tine Honey and Tar does thisLiquid Cold Cure drives all cold out of the system Best for Coughs Croup etc Sold by all Druggists I p i per centOf the cent 15 15per One Way Rate FOR THE ROUND TRIP TO POINTSI- N THE Great SouthwestARKANSAS INDIAN TERRITORY OKLAHOMA TEXAS and NEW HEXICO opportunltleIThlmore excursions at this extremely low rate December 5th and 19th W rat ftT our Illustrated Booklets and complete your plans to 00 NOW STRAWBERRY PLANTS Wo Lave a complete llstofstrawberry plants No plants split ut until after October 1st Alter Uecember 1st our customers may deduct from the price 20 per cent We shall Issue a new catalogue In January slvin full de sorlptloti of tho old and new varieties Our cus towers for strawberry plants cover cvery State In the union We can dig most every month du rinK the winter and spring except sonic times In January awl February Our plants are tied In bundles of 25 each pacKed In moss In the very best mannerln crates especially de signed for this purpose Strawberry PlantI Price List j Half Dozen at dozen 50 ot hundred rates 5OO at looo rates 1 K by mull 100 Ex 1000 Ex pdAlmohO1 Auto 25 40 350 Aroma h 25- Ilubach 40 300 23- Itrundywlno 30 350 25 30 3 50 Boston Prize 20 50 4 00 Hlsnmrek 25 30 250 Climax h 25 40 300 C1ydeh 5 40 300 Crescent 28 30 200 Dayton 25 30 250- E K Ekey on 1500 Early Hutlmway 40 75 I 00 Excelsior 25 JO 3 50 Eleanor S- OKalrfleld 30 2 50 h5 50 3 50 Handy 25 30 50 Gladstone 25 40 300 Glen lll1ry5 40 300 III1Verll1ndh 20 30 3 50 Hero 50 50 5 00 Johnson Early i 30- Jesslo 30 3 50 25- Kins 30 250 1 Philip 5 00 Kansas 20 30 250 fouls Huboch n 30 2 50 Lovetts hh 25 40 300 Lady Thompson 25 31 3 5- 0flvlUtston5 40 300 Also have complete stock of Peach Apple Pear Plum Chor y1reos in country Send Illustrated catalog J G I Spends Holidays at Owensboro David Meyer traveling salesman for the Thacher Medicine Co of Chatta returned to Chattanooga Sunday spending the holidays his parents Mr and Mrs Michell Meyer at Owensboro DeWItts B Salvo For PHosj Burns Sores Full information on request GEO II LEE G P A II I McGUIRE D P A Little Rock Ark Cincinnati 0 rates 12 by mall 100 Er 1000 Ex pdMidnight 00MarieMcKlnleyMarshall m 40 3 00 300IIltchelllINick 2 30 3 50 3tNew00Parsons 50Rio50Slsarpless50Sample50SuperiorDunll1pi 30 2 50 50Tennessee50TlljhmlIIslavrlte 500WurfteldCASH ORDERS amountington and No bettor the for free HARRISONBERLIN nooga Tenn after with Ohmer Senator Increasing Business The statement of the Hawesville in this issue shows it to be in the front of progress with an ever iu ing business The business receh exceedingly flattering and speaks for its future as well as for the popularity of the institutions managers Hancock Clarion J S 1 rl rY r xlq i I d j br l t t l 1t 1 1p 1t 1f 1t PtJ Pq 11w 11se In so 1 1rJI IIco0ti 0tK cor urine react contrdv dvS811s tin1se estub metnest kncWeme mbleeq1 s jgsartbedr heaj plerg altthousa fro s 0 m tlc + Don name Root v- on evi I I i I r rJ I a lee JEx t as ao 9 0000 300 20nt 0W05a a 20 20 20 20 20300 10UO 250 20500 200 utinghor hortlo t tlot popu jcrs The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JANUARY 17 1000 Etiquette lit CitnnllinllNm Even among the savages of French Africa who eat liuiunn flesh there are differences said Paul Puce a young Italian traveler Koine while ago iwheu exploring In that country Ileum ed a good hit about the ways of the various tribes In a majority of them cannibalism Is Indulged only when the bodies are those of prisoners taken mil battle It Is all right to eat persons who belong to hostile clans but It would be a gross violation of tradition and the custom of the land to feast Upon the friends or even upon mem hers of the sonic tribe This delicacy of sentiment however is not universal and In one tribe In particular where 1 poted the absence of any old persons I learned that It was the proper thing to add the aged Inhabitants to the lo cal food supply This confined the pop forJboiling pot was called Into requisi tion Washington Post llnrd LineN For linchelor V Koreas the wrong place for bathed lore said a traveler Bachelors In Korea are considered as children and tr have only childrens privileges You a Korean bachelor get thirsty You cu ter a rest house and call for palm wine The pretty little amber colored wait ress says Married l No says you Ileraus then says she And out you go unslaked You want to vote but they wont let you If you are not married You apply for a Job somewhere How many children have you l Is the first question youre asked And as soon as you say youre un married they laugh In your face to think that you should presume to apply for work anywhere Where liable Swim I spend my winters In Samoa said n traveler It is always summer there There the babies swim Can you imagine a quainter a more charm ing sight than a host of babies none over two years old laughing and crowing and swimming like ish In pools of clear sea water You will see this sight In Samoa Samoan women believe sea baths benefit babies and in that equable climate they bathe their little ones dally the year around The youngsters soon learn to swim They can swim before they can walk And to see these pretty brown babies swim ming in the sea is well worth a 5000 mile trip to Samoa Philadelphia Bul letin ExtmrnKitiit Shoe 1 During the reigns of William Rufus Henry I and Stephen all sorts of extravagant shoes were worn The toes were sometimes long and pointed and sometimes made to curl like a rams horn Occasionally they were twisted in different directions as though the feet were deformed The clergy pro tested and threatened but the fashion continued in spite of the maledictions SeveralI persons were excommunicated for wearing pointed shoes but they took the risk HllllllllllK FilctM The lady witness had become quite picturesque In her testimony and the Attorney had called her down In a way that had made her maul all over Con One yourself to facts It you please madam he said In conclusion Very well she replied tartly You are no gentleman How does that strike oui London TitBits The llelKlit of I2iiilaruuee Are you capable of enduring toll self sacrifice and personal dlscdmfort In your determination to accomplish something you have set out to do In mired the man who gives advice Yes answered the youth I can conscientiously say I am I once col ored a meerschaum pipe Exchange Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by is Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind die courages and lessens ambition beauty vigor You may have a bottle mall and soon when the kidneys are out of order or diseased Kidney trouble has become so that It Is uncommon for a child to be born afflicted with weak kid neys If the child urin ates too often If the urine scalds the flesh or If when the child reaches an age when It should be able to control the passage It Is yet afflicted with ofSa1Itamp should be towards the treatment of unpleasantestand bladder and not to a habit as supposek1lt men are made mis moible with kidney and bladder troubled both need the same great remedy ofltnClsmpRoot thearand stonedfaollr beats IlIle by cheerfulness disappear prevalent not IttQineys org also pamphlet tell Home of saRooL stag all about it Including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer 0 Binghamton N Y be sure and m ition this paper theFname u Root and the address Blnsbamto N Yon every bottle WHO SUE WAS SKETCH OF THE LIFE OF LYDIA E PINKHAM And a True Story of How the Vegetable Compound Had Its Birth and How the Panic of 73 Caused it to be Offered for Public Sale in Drug Stores This remarkable woman whose maiden name was Estes was born in Lynn Mass February 9th 1819 com familyForbecame known as a woman of an alert Iand investigating mind an earnest seeker after knowledge and above sympathetic In 1843 she married Isaac Pinkham a builder and real estate operator mind their early married life was marked by prosperity and happiness They had four children three sons and a daughterIn good old fashioned days it was common for mothers to malt their own home medicines from roots and herbs natures own remedies calling in a physician only in specially urgent cases By tradition and ex perienee many of them gained a won derful knowledge of the curative prop erties of the various roots and herbs Mrs Pinkham took a great interest in the study of roots and herbs their characteristics and power over disease She maintained that just as nature so bountifully provides in the harvest fields and orchards vegetable foods of all kinds so if we but take the pains to find them in the roots and herbs of the field there are remedies expressly designed to cure the various ills and weaknesses of the body and it was her pleasure to search these out and prepare simple and effective medi cines for her own family and friends Chief of these was a rare coinbinu tion of the choicest medicinal roots and herbs found best adapted for the peculiar hams friends and neighbors learned that her compound relieved and cured amongthemAll this so far was lone freely with out money and without price as a labor of love But in 1873 the financial crisis struck Lynn Its length and severity were too much for the large real estate interests of the Pinkham family as this class of business suffered most from fearful depression so when the Centen nial year dawned it found their prop erty swept away Some other source of Income had to be found At this point Lydia E Pinkhoms Vegetable Compound was made known to the world daughterwith LOUIBURG Walker West visited his uncle Dick Avitt Saturday and Sunday Miss Zula McKaughan Stephcnsporr visited Miss Maggie Cashman last Fndav There has been quite a number of hogsheaas of tobacco shipped flow this place last week to Louisville for sale Mrs D D Aigabrigbt and little son Estelle of Ammons are visiting his parents Rev I C Argaorlgnt Mies Sallie MillerPaynesville has been visiting hex uncle Warren Miller here for several days regnIlarSaturday and Sunday sad has been called again tor the ensuing year S N Baysinger Union Star and Miss Ethel Baanam Lodibnrg were the guests of Miss Ida and Arthur Ater Saturday and Sunday Geo Knott of Missouri and Mrs Wasbshew oC Nebraska spent several days last weak with Mrs Mary Ater Quite a large crowd attended church at Raymond Saturday and Sunday Miss Statia L Argaorighr visited Miss Clandie Coomes Saturday and Sunday and attended chnicn at Ray mond Carlton Payne and Frank Milhr were guests of Misses Ada and Lena Avitt last Tuesday Arthur Ater Union Star returned to his school last Sunday after spend lag the holidays with triends and relativesGeo Knott spept east Thursday restore the family fortune They argued that the medicine which was so good for their woman friends and neighbors was equally good for the women of the whole world The Pinkhams had no money and little credit Their first laboratory was the kitchen where roots and herbs were steeped on the stove gradually filling a gross of bottles Then came the question of selling givenItprinter to run oft some pamphlets setting forth the merits of the medicine now called Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound and these were distributed by the Pinkham sons in Boston New York and Brooklyn The wonderful curative properties of the medicine were to a great extent selfadvertising for whoever used it recommended it to others and the de mand gradually increased- In 1877 by combined efforts the fam ily had saved enough money to com mence newspaper advertising and from 01Iday 1 Lydia E Iinkham and her Vege table Compound have become house hold words everywhere and many tons of roots and herbs are used annu ally in its manufacture Lydia E Pinkham herself did not live to see the great success of this work She passed to her reward years ago but not till sho hud provided ircans for continuing her work as effectively as she could have done it herselfDuring her long and eventful expe rience she was ever methodical in her work and she was always careful to pre serve a record of every case that came to her attention The case of every sick woman who applied to her for advice and there were thousands received careful study and the details includ ing symptoms treatment and results were recorded for future reference and today these records together with hundreds of thousands made since are available to sick women the world over and represent a vast collabora tion of information regarding the treatment of womans ills which for and accuracy can hardly be equaled in any library in the worldWith Lydia E Pinkham worked her daughterinlaw the present Mrs Pinkham She was carefully instructed in all her hardwon knowledge and for years she assisted her in her vast correspondenceTo naturally fell the direction of the work when its origina twentyfivenothing in the work shows when the first Lydia E Pinkham dropped her pen and the present Mrs Pinkham now the mother of a large family took it up With women assistants some as capable as herself the present Mrs Pinkham continues this great work and probably from the office of no other person have so many women been ad vised how to regain health Sick women this advice is Yours for Health freely given if you only write to ask for it- Such is the history of Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound made from simple roots and herbs the one great medicine for womens ailments and the fitting monument to the noble woman whose name it bears I night with Mr and Mrs F M BBS ham Will Sbduian has accepted a posi Non in b H Shelmans bank at IrvingtonLittle Hellan McCoy of Sample is visiting her sister Mrs Taylor Weed manMrs Joe Fitch and little son limo rain Clover port have returned home after spending everal days with her fatnor A J Keys U L Severs was the guest of Miss Gala Grant last Sunday Miss Elizabeth Bandy and brothers visited Mrs S W Basset ot Union Star Saturday and Sunday Miss Mary Cashman after having closed a very snccestnl term of school at Jairett left for her home last Tuesday at Raymond Mrs Vina Robertson has returned home after spending several weeks with her eon Will Arnold of Brandenburg and James Arnold of Louisville The infant of John Claycomb ot Raymond is quite sick with brain fever Miss Mary Argabright and Miss Mir Basham and S 1W Shelman were the guests of Mrs B R Bas haw Saturday nigbt The following were at the home of Mr and Mr A Dntscnkee Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs C 0 Dutschke of Louisville Miss Anna Dntschke of Holt Frank Shellman anti Miss Gertrude Keys Adam Basham is in Louisville this week to sell his tobacco Fairy Art by time Ton An American city once asked Mac Monnlis the sculptor to enter 11 design for army sad navy groups for a sol diers timid sailors monument He de clined to compete then the commis sion WBH tendered to him outright He submitted sketches of his Idea for the groups The committee In charge of the monument wrote him asking How many tons of granite do you Intend to use in the base Ills reply was If you are In the business of buying granite you may use as much as you want one ton or 100000 tons I am an artist and I never yet hoard of art being bought by time pound The 1llsioll wits dropped until the contract for the commission was drawn When Mr MaeMonnlcs re ceived It he discovered In It a dulls providing Unit In ease the bronzes wore ever thrown down from their base by any cause whatevert timid any person or property should be Injured he and his heirs forever should be liable for the damage sustained He returned the contract without comment unsign ed When the committee wrote him uskliiKthv reason his brief reply was Your lawyers are too slum ViVOrIdS Work The Ruling 1nHnloii Strong In heath The ruling passion of Edward I1 of iKngland was undoubtedly the pursuit of his Ideal of uniting all the British Islands under one rule Ills great ob stacle was Scotland and the conquest of Scotland therefore became a pas slot with him Stronger than years It sent him to the head of the army when he was fit only for a sick bed and when he was at last compelled to yield he sought to make this passion spur on his sot by ordering that the llesh should be boiled from his bones mind thll this skeleton should be carried at the head of time army and re malt mihtirlcd till Scotland was con quered Tills Is the most conspicuous instance of the ruling passion strong in death on record though mummy others would be worthy of quotation William Pitts patriotism endured to his lust gasp and Inspired his last utterance as did Nel sons lifelong determination to secure tho command of the sea while Napo leons last ireful wets one of battle ICHNllIlt Illlll IllCM A clever smuggling trick has been played on a customs olllcer on the UussoOermiin frontier An Innocent looking peasant reported to tilt ulllcer n plot for getting a large number of pigs across the frontier The method ho said would be to drive across at In tervals of half an hour aI G 12 and 200 pigs the smugglers arguing that If the first three lots could be sent over there would be no trouble with the 200 The oiliccr was naturally on the alert IIn accordance with the peasants state ment three pigs were driven over then six followed by twelve All were al lowed to pass nod preparations were made to receive the 200 But no more pigs appeared and the twellt one ani mals admitted mud In the meantime been lodged In safety Berlin Cor London Mall Ituillniciitiir Iltiul IlinbH Snakes are not the only animals which exhibit the possession of rudimentary t hind limbs In the whale ttribe there Is no evidence externally of hind limbs The fore limbs in them are converted Into time lllppers or swimming paddles Yet when the skel eton Is examined truces of a haunch nod attached rudimentary thigh bones are found There Is developed In cer tain kinds of whales a bony piece rep resenting the haunch The thigh bone Is distinct but there Is a mere rudiment attached to It representing the shin hone or tibia of other animals Ancient IteinnllvN Inr lllccoiiKlm The hiccough seems to be a modern mud dangerous disease but the ancients knew It and prescribed remedies that might now be tried advantageously iSiilcn recommended sneezing Aetlus approved of a cupping Instrument with great heat to time breast Alexander be lieved In an oxymel of squills Alsahu ravlus monde use of refrigerant drafts Hliuses put his trust In culefaclcnts such as cumin pepper rue and the like In vinegar Uogerlus looked kindly on calefaclent nttcnuuut und carmina tIc medicines Tin tilnitt I1I1 Russia Is named for the manufacture of great bells The Giant cast In Moscow In the sixteenth century weighed nearly 320000 pounds and required twentyfour men to ring It In 1712 it fell but Its fragments were re cast along with other metal Into a bell which weighed 443000 pounds the metal of which alone Is valued at 300 000 Proof of Democracy Ma teacher was tellln us that we should all be on a equality In our schoolroom Nobody should feelI any betteru anybody else Thats right George Say ma can I go to school today without wnshln my face None of the rest of em washes theirs Cleveland Plain Dealer A Cut Artery A quick witted woman stopped the flow from a cut artery In the leg by putting the foot In three Inches of flour In a large jar and packing flour to tho top of the jar beating the Your down with a piece of stove wood CoiiHliIcrntlun- Jlmson Now you wouldnt marry me would ou1 Miss Sears Most cer tainly not But why do you ask such nI question Jlmson Just to decide a bet Let no man think lightly of good saying III his heart it will not benefit me Even by the falling of water drops a water pot Is fllcd Buddha NNNNINmNNNNNNNNNN i Bank ofi t Surplus and Hardinsburgtltl 2B F BEARD PAui J DIRECTORS tMorris Eskridge G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson B F r Beard t i iInsuredi NONN N NNNNOS OOSNOSNONNNNSNSN u a- I NamNSS NsmsNNassssmssssasi First State Bank IRVINGTON KY W J PIGGOTT President JOHN R WIMP VictPresiden n H KEMPER Cashier Accounts of Corporations Firms and individuals solicited Interest Paid on Time Deposits D4NrIsmiNSSSSSW ssssN H The Breckinridge Bank Cloverport Ky Captal Stock 45100 Surplus 7000 Incorporated Organ zed n 1872 W H BGWMER President A B SKILLMAN Cashier DR F 1 L LIGHTFOOT VPrcs CHAS B SKILLMAN Asst Cashier Accounts of Firms Individuals and Corporations solicited Any business entrusted to us will receive prompt end careful attentlo Storage place for packages in our fireproof vault furnishedjour customer free NEW SAFE NEW VAULT AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS Interest paid on time deposits O H THE Fifth Avenue I n HOTEL W Louisville Ky 1W PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr + fliteYthe two fromI cars to the cltVIJnf 1100FiguresYou would do it OnIf buy J100 land for f10 else proposition is as good I Iwhere buy it Southwest Why shouldnt you do it 1 If you to at out It for copies of Texas mind Oklahoma hooks are free A HILTON Passenger Agent 951 Bldg Si Louis 4 News and LL1D Herald One year for only 2000 u STEPHENSPORT Dr W H Wimp was in Irvington Sunday to parents Miss Cora MuCoy vill teach the spring school at this place I Mrs James Kelsey Cincinnati 0 is guest of file PIKO Conn Mrs Godfrey Haswell and little daughtei were the guests of ents Mr and Mrs Geo McCnbbins last week Hewitt Hawidns has returned to his home in Union connty after a pleas visit to relatives here He has been absent nearly five years Mrs Dunn leturned to heJ home Loverpo rt Sunday Mrs J S Adair spent a few days in Hawesville last week Mrs a Skilluiau and Mrs Ham mon Cloverport were guests of Mrs Sallie Bennet last week Mrs Belle Crawford has returned hone from Silver City Miss Mrs A S Jonhson of Arkansas is home to spend the winter with her parents Mi and Mrs Andrew Craw ford The Smith and Tinins mill will soon be in operation Tho six month term of school closed here lridayI = The most centrally located erd only flrstclHss hotel In the city tusking a 1200 Only one block from the principal shopping district and blocks principal theatres IStreet pass time door all of Everything neat andlle 11 tt au acre yOU can the some the just lit the wish Know more write our Tlicy General Frisco Mo visit his the her par ent in of u u The bOX supper given for the benefit of the cnool was quite a success The proceeds were about 14 in the voting contest as to who was the prettiest girl present Miss Belle Conn receiv ed the largest number of votes Clint Adkisson of Irvington IH at the Conn house this week Mrs Joe Drlskel and children are home alter several days stay at Louis villeMis Idnlairett has returnend home from Owensboro John Jarrett was home during the holidaysMr Mrs F 0 Ferry mad son Miller spent the holidays with her parents Mr and Mrs E H Miller Lee Morgan who has been sick is improvedMrs Petitt of Canton 0 was the guest of her Runt Mr Pike Conn Sunday also Mrs Petitt and son Roy of Rome Ind A S Stitee wife and baby Mar Beret Fay of Tell City have ie turned to their home after n few days stay at the Conn house R H Conn was in Tell City last week CASTOBXBean thelie Kind Y ou Nat Always BUVI Blgaatni 11 tof i r L rEiiI d l i f 1 rr J t J J I f I I I I f i I t- to I I 1 I I i e wl J i t 4 lJ h t i f 1I I t i t I f J t i f i I IiI r r il fI f JI f i It II 1 t J 1th I Ii THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D and V Q 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 rate of 10 cents per lino- OBITUARILS charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line lonoy in advance Examine tho label on your paper If it is not correct pleas usWhen ordering a change in the address subscribers should gho their old as well as th9 new addr- essTWELVE PAGES WEDNESDAY JANURRY 17 1906 CiovKitroKT needs a commercial club A WORD to old maids give music lessons SNOW bound Cloverport is ttiflll Isnt it 1 SOME of our street lamps Forking over time WE dreamed last night that Dick Hudson was homesick JUDOK TAYLORS price for a plain drunk in Lewisport is 4 und costs TIIKRK aro some people in Owcnsboro who are actually criticizing the new Hendersonl Route depot TIIK Henderson Route depot in Owensboro is a thing of beauty and a joy to the worn and weary traveller WJIBX tho Methodist church gets that pretty now ceiling on it Rev Curie will evidently preach skyward MRS RACIIKL C LAY pays a beautiful tribute to tho life am character of Golden Hod in this issue A CHURCH under the auspices of the United Brethren has beer orgftuizod in the Iron Ore Hill neighborhood Tm power of a XKW watt ad is unlimited It will do anythim from soiling a farm to getting a sweetheart Boss MILT says hes for Smith for congress And what Boss Milt says generally goes in Breckenridge county MARSHAL FIKLD said to be the greatest merchant of today is al deaths door He began work as a dry goods clerk HAVE you taken advantage of our special otter giving the Louis ville Daily Herald and NEWS one year for two dollars Now that church services will be held in Oelzes hall folks bavin church grudges will be compelled to find another excuse CLOVEIUORT is now turning out the best tile roofing in the world This is a pretty broad assertion but tis truencvertheless BOTH whiskey and beer are being sold in this town in violation ol the Local Option law Somebodys going to get into trouble IF you see it mentioned in the society column like this Miss and Mr right together it is a forewarning that a wedding iis coming fIll home of the original Mrs Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch leas boon transformed into a saloon The latest thing now will be a Cabbage Patch Cocktail IT is a burning shame and disgrace for a town like Cloverport to have cows running at large Here is an opportunity for the ordi nance framers to do some splendid work TIMES doth change when we were boys if a little crowd of folks happened to spend the night at their neighbors it was just called spending the nightnow it is a slumber party THE finance committee of tho American Society of Equity sold on Monday 1102 hogsheads of pooled tobacco at an average of 925 for all grades The tobacco was pooled at Owensboro PAUL COMITOX has been elected assistant cashier of the Bank of Hardinsburg a very deserved promotion There is no finer business young man in tho county We congratulate the Bank also Paul- A REQUEST was made of the General Asscmoiy for three normal schools in the State at a total cost of 150000 Prospects are cheer ful for one at a cost of 60000 which will probably be established in the Blue Grass section FARMERS out in Kansas arc buying typewriters andemploying the prettiest stenographers they can find as an inducement to keep their young men at home and away from the cities The idea ofu young man going out to feed the hogs and pail the cows with a beau tiful young stenographer in tho house to talk to Throw away your political prejudices and look at the offer wo arc makingjto send you the News and daily Herald one year for 2 in a business manner A daily paper like the Herald is worth many times one dollar as a medium of news and no one would want their homo paper for less than a dollar a year A LEARNED scientist of Vienna has discovered that beer drunk from glasses is injurious by reason of the fact that it absorbs the oxide of lead from tho glass Heros a warning to all beer and cream ale drinkers If you will persist in drinking tho vile stuff make the seller furnish you a stone mug to drink it out of Never out of a glass I ILITTLE POCKET PHYSICIAN Hyoml Inhaler That Is Guarantee by Short Haynes to Cure Catarrh Thousands who have been cured by Hyomei call the inhaler that comes with every outfit uThe little pocket physic lan as it is so small that it can be carried in the pocket or purse Prior to tbe discovery of Hyomei statistics showed that at least 97 out of eVe ery 100 persons in this state were suffering from catarrh in some form The re markable results following the use 01 Hyomei are shown by the smaller percentage today of people suffering from catarrh There is really no excuse whatever for anyone having catarrh now that Hyouu is so readily obtainable If you lmv nliy doubts ntout its value Short 1 Haynes will let you have a couplet outfit with the understanding that unless it cures catarrh it will not cost you a cent A complete Hyomei outfit consists of the little pocket physician a medi cine dropper and a bottle of Hyomei and osts only 1 while additional bottles of Hyoniei can be procured for 50 cents making it themost economical as well as the most reliable treatmen for the cure of catarrh Do not delay longer the use of Hy omei if you have catarrh This is ia purely local disease and Hyomei goes right to the spot where the catarrhs germs are present destroys them soothes and heals nil inflammation and makes a permanent and lasting cure 925 FOR POOLED CROP Tne finance committe of tue American Society of Equity today sold 110 icgsheids of pooled tobacco atj at average of if 9 25 for all grades This is estimated to be 10 for the A B and C gradessfO for the D grade md S for the H and 0 grade The sale was made to I P Barnard president of the Louisville Warehoust Tobacco association representing othei parities bald to be the Continental Tobacco company and was wade by the nil finance committee of the American Society of Equity ST Burns of lose eyville chairman J W Dunn Georgi 1 Taylor Maceo James Snyder Rome Hiram Marksberry Sutherland S B Lee Utica Alex Washington West Louisville and Price Baird Glenville The delivery is to be made at once The total amount of the sale is in the leighboihood of 1700000 pounds and represents all the tobacco that was put upby Turpin Wood at the Tur pin and Wood house the John Hughes house and the J P Miller house The tobacco is in the Louisville warehouse One hundred and eighty hogs seeds have been opened and tne only ondition of the sale is that it must come up to the class samples as hown on the opening as judged by ive hogshead in each grade Tho stile is little more than half of tb tobacco that was pojled in tne onnty last year and city there remain Ing unsold 1001 hogsheads The price is regarded as very satis hasImelon is receiving many congratnla Ions The sale was not concluded until nfter three OclOCK today It is thought that n sale of all the tobacco will be made in a few days at prices that will be as satisfactory Ii those obtained for the first lot UNDAY SCHOOL QUARTERLY REPORT Report of Secretary and Tresurer of I loverport MESnnday school for the quarter commencing Oct 1 1905 and losing Deo 311005 Oct 11905 To cash on hand 1272 10 class collections dnring the quarter 2020 To private collections by Miss Lula Severs 545 To private ollectjons by Miss Grace Plank 410- Total collected 4853- DisbursementsBy cash on piano 20 By cash for literature Jan 1 to March 311900 7 01 By Foreign Miss ionr3 002 By cash to Orphans Home 045 By cash to V G Babbage for unday school treat 875 Total 4860 Deficit to bal 33c Jno A Barry HBO and Treas Oct 11005 to Dec 31 1905 Officers enrolled teachers enrolled 12scohrs nrojled average 98 Total enrolled 113 Average attendance during quarter 05 Renew Lease An oil company has had men in obinsport vicinity for the last few days renewing oil leases with are now expIrIng It is reported that a well will be dug within twelve months There is nothing definite at present OAIS rp 0XI X uSL Bears thelha Kind You Haw Aiwa fs Bought Signature Y lof Normal College At Owensboro Owensboro Ky Jan litJames H Farnsh banker and president of several flourishing enterprises an nounced yesterday that be hopes to be gin tho erection of a normal college on the Seven Hills overlooking tho clmutauqna grounds in the early spring The college will be like anti the normal school at Valparaso Ind The beat of talent will be employed In the college and it will he rnn all tin year round The attraction at Mncanloys Thea tre Louisville for the week beginning Jnnnaty 15 will bo Thomas Dixon Jrs Tho Clansman the most talked of play of the past forty years This play is just finishing n tour of fourteen weeks through the South where it has met with the most phenomenal suc cess known to the history of the stage In every city and at every performnce standing room has been at a premium and hundreds of people have been turn ed away The enthusiasm of the audi ences breaks all bounds and remInds one of a mighty mass meeting of peo pie liThe Clansman presents a power ful picture of the terrors through which the South passed during the Reconstruction period At tho same time it is a prophesy of H terrible race war unless something is done towards the solution of the race prob lem MADISONVILLERAILROAD Chief Engineer Fagen of the Mad onville Hartford and Eastern Rail road left Madisonville Tuesday morning to walk over the route of the new line The engineers stroll between here and Hartford will lead him through fertile fields across ditches reeks over hills and hollows Engineer Fagen will walk over tho entIre route of thfl new line his object being to locate trestles bridges md decide upon the best place for the cuts and tills He is anxious to- gft thoroughly acquainted with the ty jograpby of the country and will be- n no hurry to complete the work he has set out for himself It is not known when he will return to Madi ionville Mr Fagen is well pleased with the route from the superficial knowledge he has gained of it and it vas his opinion when be left here hat he would have few if any changes to recommend after Jhe had made a hrough examination The engineer is now ready to contract for crossties and bridge tim sirs and during his walk he will in ill probility close several large contracts It is estimated that 130000 ties will be used Just how much imber will be needed in the bridge onstruction is not knownbut it will be but a short time until Engineer Tagen is able to give un estimate Tne coming of Engineer Fagen is encouraging news to the promoters of the road and all those who are interest ell1 in its construction From all Indica ions it will only be a short time until actual construction work is under way Maaison ville Hustler Andrew J Agnew Dead Andrew J Agnew of Carlisle Ark lIn uncle of Guard Agnewof this city and who line just recently visited him died at his home last Thursday of pneumonia He was seventy two years old CASIORIA Infants Children The Kind You Have Always Bears the Signatureof In Use For Over Thirty Years CASIORIATMO = IffljjIrI Hardinsburg Normal M 1n AN- bCollegiateI Institute I E SESSION 19051906 11I- m Normal Dept for Teachers Opens Monday Feb 5 1906 1mA rare opportunity for those desiring to teach to get one or more of the higher branches and el ocution under fine instructors The teachers do- d partment will be under charge of rriR ANDREW DRISKELL 1mwhose ability and experience are well known to all- TuitionlTh High School and Normal Department 300 per month in advance Intermediate or Primary ask for 1m terms Good board 225 to 250 per week For IIfurther in 1 ImD formation address either b Andrew Driskell or D S Collins Prin Hardinshurg Ky W News and LL D Herald One year for only 200 i Condensed Statement of Condition of i Bankof Hardinsburg Hardinsburg Ky I At the Close of Business December 30 1905 = RESOURCES Notes and BilIs198543 36I Cash in Safe and other Banks 107607 74 Stocks and Bonds 3665 22 Banking House and Lot 1800 00 Other Real Estate 236 79 Furniture and Fixtures400 00 iiTotal 312253 11 For and Bought LIABILITIES Capital Stock 25000 00 Surplus Fund and Undivided Profits i 26502 45 Depositsm 259750 66 Dividend No 30 due January 1 1906 at 4 per cent 1000 00 Total1 312253 11 =There is no business too small to use our bank to advantage Wo arc anxious for the small I accounts and accounts of ladies and children It is a splendid education for tho child to have a bank account and form methodical business habits Wo pay interest on time deposits Very respectfullyM Cashier I 5 r I I i 1 4 tc I I The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JANUARY 1 17 I figs Advice to the Aged Age brings Infirmities such as sluJt clsh bowels weak kidneys and bladder and TORPID LI- VERTotts Pills have a specific effect on these organs stimulating the bowels causing them to perform their natural functions at In youth an- dIMPARTING VIGOR to the kidneys bladder and LIVER They arc adapted to old and young I A H Murray Is sick Emmett Mattingly is slcn Much tobacco came In Monday Fruits Wentnerholts cttv rtstnrant James Lewis was in Cannelton San dayMrs H J May is sick with the la grippe Lunches Wiatherholts city rss tyrant Charles Satterfield is improving slowly J H Rowland went to Louisville MondayFancy candles Weatherholta city restaurantJno was over from Tobins port Saturday Sherley England was here Monday from Tobinsport Fresh porn at Weatnerholts city restaurantMrs M Stephens returned trom Owensboro Friday Born Jan 18 to the wife of Steve Wilson a fine boy K B Pierce was at home Sunday from the Extension Jesse Marlow Patesville went to Cannolton Thursday Earnest Miller is living with Mr and Mrs H L Stader Go to Weatberholts city restaurant foi fresh fancy groceries Miss Carrie Tucker who has been sIck for two weeks is better Edward Harris was at home from I Louisville Sunday and Monday Mills Etnora Lewis was in Louisville last week to see Humpty Dampty Mrs Pike Conn and daughter of Btephensport were here Monday shop ping Mrs L M McGavock and children of near nere went to Bolt Saturday 4 to visit relatives Dr F M Smith was in Louisville Saturday with Henry Pate who underwent an operatoin Mrs Blanche Peak of Fordsville his come to this city to live with Mr and Mrs Jno OConnell A bill has been introduced into the General Assembly at Frankfort pro hibiting the carrying of pistols Loss of Flesh When you cant eat break fast take Scotts Emulsion When you cant eat bread and butter take Scotts Emulsion When you have been living on a milk diet and want something a little more nourishing take Scotts EmulsionTo fat you must eat fat Scotts Emulsion is a great fattener a great strength giver Those who have lost flesh want to increase all body tissues not only fat Scotts Emulsion increases them all bone flesh blood and nerveFor invalids for con valescents for consumptives for weak children for all who need flesh Scotts Emulsion is a rich and com fortable ffood and a natural tonicScotts Emulsion for bone flesh blood and nerve We will send you a free sample pictureInthe wrapper of every bottle of Emulsion you buy SCOTT BOWNE CHEMISTS 409 Pearl StNY 50c and 1 I11 all druggists Jumbo pickles English Kitchen Henry Kurtz of Webster has a fin oI flock of shee- pOystersEnglish Kitchen Mrs Chas Lightfoot gave a slumber party last week Jumbo pickles English Kitchen Marion Weatheiholt went to Hard insbnrg Tuesday Ragons stock and poultry food Guaranteed English Kitchen MIss Elizabeth Skillman went to Louisville Tuesday Pour cans of corn for 25 centsEn lish Kitchen Jno Elder gave a dance Monday and hart a large crowd 30 Edison Grapbaphono with records for sale cheapEnglish Kitchen Rev B M Carrie is in Lewis port holding a revival Heinzes baked beans Englifh Kitch enMrsCbas Ryan who has been visit ing relatives here nas returned nome Lunches good oaea English Kitch enT N Berry will occupy the Willis Clark property vacated by Sum Fur row Julius Dutachke of Holt wan here TuesdayThe Missionary Society met with Mrs J H Wills Monday afterI noonMr and Mrs Roy Kennedyof Garfield spent Tuesday with Mr and Mrs J E Keith Mr and Mrs John Squires of near Hardinsburg are the guests of their daughter Mrs Larkln Gibson Will Burke of Victoria sold his crop of 1000 Ibs of red tobacco to the American this week for 61i9- L 1 M Jones and family lett Satur day for their borne near Charleston Mb after a visit here to relatives Mrand Mrs Jo Tom Mattingly were in Morganfield last week visting their parents Mr and Mrs Chas Mattingly John Boiling of Dukes sold his crop of redtobacco this week to the American He had 1200 lbs and got 652F- red Whiteneck of Greenwood Ind is here making contracts for the Polk Canning Cos supply Tot toma toesMr and Mrs Sam Tinius spent n few days of this week with her mother Mrs Judith Ball at Hardins burgWm Holt foreman of the Henderson Routes work train of the western division was at home part ot last weekS B Atkisson of Lodibnrg was here Sunday This was Mr Atkissons home some years ago and he is a favor i hereThomas Brown of Victoria sold his tobacco here this week to the Ameri ran Tobacco Co for 6IiH2 He bad 1800 Ibs Mn Htnr Pate and daughter Miss Claude and eon Raymond were in tgnisvllle last week at the bedside of Mr Henry Pate The ladles of the Baptist church have been successful in selling a com Dination souvenir calendar One lady sjld thirty five at 25c each Misses Ro a Lou Ditto ot Hardins burg Linnie Moorman and Mary Lin Ditto of Brandenburg are canidates in the CourIer Journals tour to Europe contestFatner L H Spanlding Knotts yule Ky who recently visited Father Brey here has gone to St Augustine FIR tospend six months on account of hlslhealtb An ammendment to the constitution has been introduced into the General Assembly at Frankfort which will compell citizens to pay poll tax before they can vote Chas Berry who has been working for the I C and GreatlWestern in the west as inachinst has returned nome He entered the L N shops at LouisvIlle Monday Jerry Granann engineer on the branch was off n few days last week Mr Granann is the second uldest en gineer in the Henderson Ronte service He holds an enviable record Misses Margaret McGeary and Elza beth Rhodes and Messrs Lon Rhodes and Herbert McGeary of Kirk wh have been the gnests ot Mr and Mrs Thomas Lewis have returned home Father A U Meyer sof near Owensboro formerly of Irvington went to Roclnsrer N Y Thursday to attend the golden jubilee wedding an niversary of his parents which takes plats today Mr Edward Bowne of the Murray Roofing Tile Co was in Owensboro last week superintending the rooting of the new Henderson Route depot there which is being done with the companys tiling The Baptist Aid Society extend thanks to the following for services donated in repairing Baptist parsonage Ed Mo Afee Goe Mullen Chas Hall Henry Yeager and to Seaton Weatherholt for lumber Addltional looals may be found on page seven Oysters fine onesEnglish Kitchen A wind with a velocity of 41 miles an hour swept over Kentucky Tuesday Benry Pate who was taken to Louis ville Friday and operated on Monday is getting along nicely MENS MEETING An open meeting for men under the auspices of the Mens Baraca Class of the M E church will be held in Ofrlzes Hall Thursday night week A lagtorcstlng talks delivered by good speakers Every man in town is ox pected to bo ther- eCrawfordEnglish Mrs James Crawfora announces the engagement of her daughter Cath erine R to Mr Harvey S English The wedding will take place in Feb ruary at the home of the bride in Stephensport Mrs Shorts Six Oclock Dinner Mr and Mrs George Short gave acute little six oclock dinner to three of their little girl friends Friday even ing Those present were Misses Lenora McGavock Elizabeth Skillman and Mildred Babbage Miss Millers House Party Little Misses Julia Hills and Mary Owen Oelzo were guests at a house party given for Miss Martha Miller at the home of Mr ana Mrs Ed Oglesby Friday and Saturday of last week McGavocks School The school in McGavocks neighbor hood is in a flourishing condiion Every thing is in a happy state and much work being done There are thirty four pupils enrolled Roscoe Lash is the teacher An act has been introduced into the Senate at Frankfort making wife de sertlon a felony The CoiiKreNMlunul Library In Its Hue building the library of congress should be safe against destruction for many centuries Fire has cost the world ninny of Its greatest col lections it ruined the ancient Alexan drian library of the Ptolemies when the Christians sucked tho temple of Seraph lu the year 1175 It cost the world thousands of ancient niiinu scripts that were stored In Constant nople when the Crusaders captured the city Twice the library of congress has suffered by Ore first at the destruction of the capitol by the British in 1814 and again in 1851 In its press ent housing It is protected by every possible safeguard and directed in its development by the most expert of custodians And with a sense of pride in which all Americans must share the nation has given to its foremost sculp tors and artists tile opportunity to enrich Its walls with their works It Is a monument to American thought and teaming which must grow in value and significance with each year New York World Ton Curious One well known New York woman has discovered like some others of her sex that It does not pay to be too curl ous One of the old family retainers Is a Scotchman named William who does not believe In glossing over the truth for the sake of sparing his listeners feelings The woman In question al though possessed of considerable churns of manner IIs not a beauty mid knows It Her husband recently deceased WitS a remarkably handsome man and his wife was one of his sincerest admirers One day when she was looking at her husbands picture on the mantel In the sitting room William was fuss- Ing around the prate and In a moment of impulse she a ked William whit do you think made such a handsome man as Colonel S marry such a plain woman as met William looked from the portrait to the speaker meditated a second and answeredMust have been heavens will maam Fawning a Dank nook The pawning of the wedding fug has become a pathetic commoupuce tc those who are familiar with polled court and coroners court stories or with the private petitions for help of the deserving and undeserving poor But we confess that with the Westminster magistrate we have never heard before of pawning bank books Yet on expert pawnbrokers evidence elicited by police Inquiry it Is found that this Is not at all an unusual prac Itowould seem to be n simpler matter to draw on the bath account rather than borrow on the strength of It from the pawnshop But one of the unfortunate possibilities of the practice Is revealed In tho particular case mentioned at Westminster A picture frame maker wishing to withdraw L3 from the bunk could not find his bank book and then learned that his wife had been putting the book In and out of pawn for eight years having borrowed I7 10s on It the first time and of course she had beets paying Interest on her various transactions London Pall Mall Gazette Dangerous Aphorism BachelorTalk Is cheap Benedict For goodness sake dont advertise It as a bargain while my wife Is around Brooklyn Lifer To do what we can by our and Inlluence to secure good Is bullotsII with God Phllippf Brooks W ry I DR R P KEENEt fJReDreBontln5 x- S TAYLOR KEENE 8 l IIDENTISTS OF OWENSBORO Jt tl tlwill JS1 I oneII n i i Date will be announced later 1 I 00 I A AI L L+ ill WrtsAdvertis- ements 11 to 1 + 7ZInserted under this head at one cent u word per week PieOelze HALEs organ for 35 Iirand new W WASTJII Bright honest young man to prepare for paying position In Government Mall Service BoxI One Cedar Rapids In FOIL SALEOno pair draft mules elKhtjj years old one yoke oxen 150 acres of land In Hancock county In good state of cultiva I Lion Improvements two good dwellings two good frame barns and all other out buildings Form well supplied with both prIcescallcnsport Ky SALEI want to sell my farm con talnlng 107 acres lying near Rosetta Ml acres cleared lays well and In a high state of cultivation Will sell reasonable 11 T Carlton SALE IC acres of land on the State road 3 miles south of Brandenburg 1H outbUlldlllstern moderately good dwelling and conven lent to schools churches Apply to J W Brown Brandenburg Ky WANTE- DXANTEDEvcrybody to ndwertse their youtimeFOR SALR OlU1 new Eastman plate Cam No 3 Takes picture x4 leather case and one plate holder Camera lists latest hlstIrFUR SALKOho Short Horn Bull Dark solid color 2H years old weight 1000 pounds Chins Ituldul Molt Ky FOB SALEGood strong Iron letter copy condltlortlrlcoI TO EXCHANGESUM Cash Iteglster fur horse Apply at News oljl v LOST White German Spitz dog Any tier son returning same will receive reward Gertrude Allen Kkron Ky FOR SALEI Durovk Jersey hogs and Brown I Itewleyvillbe FUR S1LiSeveral mulch Cows Z T Holt Ky run SALE FOIJ SALE Organ cheap Apply Ht News I KOIl SALE pIUNTINO Presses and Cutting machines lot of good Laundry machines OusonEnLouisville Ky FOR SALETUITION CERTIFICATE FUR SALETuition Certificate In Bryant rMuisvllteForenrldgu News Cloverport Ky HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Homeseekers Excursions to all points to which homeseekers rates apply One way Second class settlers rates to the South and South East On the first and third Tuesdays of each monthSpecial Home seekers Rates to thA south west Tau 2 and 16th Feb I5 and 20th 1000- Special one way Colionist rates to the West and Southwest on Jan 2 and 10 and Fob nand 2 IVOti One way Colonist rats to California and Northwest Feb 15 to April 7 and Sep 15 to Oct 81 1IIUII L 116 ST L TIME FABLE EAST BOUND No 46 Dally Fast Train leaves Cloverport 507 A at Nest faint only arriv es at Louisville 7g5 A M No 42 Dully Mall ana express leaves Clo verport 05 A M stops ut all way stations arrives Loutsvlllu 1 1235 p in Train No 44 Dally fast mall leaves Clo verport 448 p in stops ut all way stations cast of Cloverport except Mystic arrives at Louisville 725 p m Truly No48 Dully Cloverport accommo dation arrives Cloverport 830 p m WEST BOUND overportaccommalatlosleaves vllle900uinTrain expressleavesHawesvllle Lewlsport Maceo Owensboro Stanley Spottsvllle Henderson and Evansville arrives fit LouisI 720 p m Train No 43 M II and Express dully ar- rIves Clover port 730 p m Eviinsvllle 1030 p ui Stops at all stations No 45 dully St Louis fast traIn leaves Clo verport 11 0011 M arrives Eviinsvllle 135 A M St Louts 1 40 A M stops at lIuwl11v1lle Owensboro and Henderson only Chair cars on trains 41 und 44 between Louisville and Evansville Through sleeping cars and reclining chair cars on trains 45 und 46 between Louisville ui d St Louis Fordsville Branch EAST IIOUND I Train No 2 ally except vnday leaves ordsv1lle 430 TO rrSvts1 Irvington 840 u m Train No4 Dally except Sunday leaves Joordsv1lle 0 p m arrives Irvlngton ftO- p rUt iraln No6 Sunday only Fordsvlllufl30u m Irvington 903 a m WEST HOUND Train No 3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irvington 050 am arrives Kordsvllle 245 p mTrain No5 Dally leaves IrvlKDton 850 p m arrives Kordsvlllc l25u m Marry at Lewlsport Father C Brey went to Lewisport Tuesday to marry Miss Cathetinu Mate to Mr James Rutledge I Lunches English Kitchen MEET ME AT NOLEI Every Lady will want the DESIGNERAt Commencing March 1st the new subscription goes into effect Thus you get the style and magazine reading for less than 5 cents a month The Standard Fashion Co expect to sell a mil lion copies a month and they will do iit too Send in your subscriptions early and enjoy a good Magazine Tell Your Friendsu J C Nolte Bro Cloverport Ky A1Mf C dick Milling Co GRANDVIEW IND U 1 m I IsVVr I 1 1customers1 More I fitI 1 III tunities often come to us in I confidential ways LET US IIAVE liliPOUR BUSINESS 1r 1rAllr business entrusted to i us will receive prompt and If 1 1 1careful attention Highest 3 rri rate of interest paid on time ii- jjfdepositsf 1 i INSUHKI A5A I N S T jt 1 BV FIUK AND j jljlIiURGIwIIII CONSKH jaja- IrIrIr1ATII1t BOARD OF P untErrots EFFI IjicnNr OFFICKKS t1 I I Bank of Cloverport 1fi j I ClOYerport Ky l I i ff or r or or Cast Selected The oat for the three act comedy to Iw presented here for the benefit of tae public school library undpr the di rection of Prof J P King has been selected Rehearsals will begin at once The comedy deals with a modern house party and is lively throughout the tnree acts The names of those who will appear in the cast are as fol lows Piof and Mrs J P King Misses Margaret Skillman Ray Hey ser and Margaret Mouman Lawrence Murray James Younger and Jno D Babbage Jr Boat Runs To Mamotli Cave The steamer Chaperone went through to Mammoth Cave Monday one the wonders ot the world today The boat started from Hartford This is the tirst time that H passenger steamer has ever been able ti reach the cave The recent completion of the Govern ment lock No 7 on the upper Green river made it possible for the hip Staples Dead IJno who died last week was buried at Balltown Thursday ON BAKING DAY Thats what GOLD DUST FLOUR does for the housekeeper who uses it It never fails to bring good results whether you use it for bread or pies or cakes Its quality is always uni formIf you have hewn struggling wit some other flour making bread Of pastry which is not to your liking order a sack of Cadicks Gold Dust Flow ard see the difference Youll never want to use another kind tarrrrrrrrrtrrKrrvrr rrrrro Ii No Waiting Here S 1 s Just tell us how much k- e lumber you need We r jhaveJ Framing material S and choice Poplar and S 3 Walnut is ready for 5 YouCft Thats the thing uniable to get so quick Sti before jf- iLett us have your t order today t Your House Barn or Stable may need re t pairs t t REMEMBER US Weatherholtlt fAi 1 Cloverport Ky i- o x- ililAitilit filwAAitititAAilAiitilAililif0- ALMOST EVERYBODY appreciates modern conveniencies Plumbing and heating goods at whole sale prices Everything cut and fitted so that you can do the job yoursnj Com plete instructions and working drawings with every order A wrench the orjly tool necessary II U McDONALD ill West Harrison Street Chicago III Real Estate Deals J C Porter sold to Bn Noble last week one house und lot on Fourth street for 300 casts Leon and Marion McGnvock sold to John L Duke 271 acres of land ar tho junction of the McGavock end Patesville road for 1850 mn Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic has stood the test 25 years Average Annual Sales over One and aHalf billion bottles Does this record ofmerit appeal to you No Cure No Pay SOc Enclosed with every bottle is a Ten Cent package of Groves Blade Root Liver Pips o 4 1 t ip v 3 I i i I 1 I r I t J 6 1 II Or 1 t J 1 i i A y i J I 1 j The Breckenridge News U WEDNESDAY JANUARY 117 1905 I PARISH REGISTERSd The Sort of KutrleN The Kept In the Old Dun In KiiKliuiil A vicar Jolin Printer of Worle Is accused iu 1VSI of having got so drunk at n Tavtrue In London being theII bow +e niul signs of the Swanu In old Fysh Street that lie Imd to je curled to Ills Lodglngo or some other ooiiven lent place the being so dronok not liable hyinscnlf to goothllt Is walk lie Is also charged with being a comnioa plnyor at Bow IIs In the churchyard of Worle Chits own parish and a common haunter of Tavernes alehouses Bearbeatlnge baiting and Bulbeatluge yea upon the Sabbaoth dales mid an usual hinter at Tables backgammon arles in the ale houses end Tavernes On Sept l3 10Jl John Hrock of Duiidry is IlreSelltldIFor usuallle playing of the flue and cudgllls In the churchyard thear on Sabbaoth dales and holie dales ai nnmelle lice with others did sue tip pon St MarUes dale past and being I reproved by the churchwarden for the same hoe Rave him a fro waN answer etiylngc wee ure at exercise to doe the I kings service you will not suffer us but tile whiles you outt your neighbors throats That on Somidule 1 JullJ oa fionndale 24 JunlJ ult bee Arthur Payton cud Edward Ward tayler did dauuce in the churchyard thereof j and Itlclmnl Hal vord played upon his Instrument to those that usuallle daunts In the churchyard theare London Academy The soothing and comforting effects of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve when applied to piles sores cuts boils etc subdues pain almost instantly This Salve draws out the inflam mation reduces swelling and acts as a rnbefaoient thus circulating the blood through the diseased parts permitting or aiding Natnie to permanently re move the trouble entirely Sold hy nil Druggists Ice 1lokn nutl Art The career of llr Frederick Mae Mounlos as a sculptor begun when as- a boy of the years scarcely tall enough to roach up to the top of the kitchen table be modeled little figures In dough Two years later lie discover tdI a better nmterlul for his purpose At that time a white wax chewing gum was much hi fashion among chil dren Young MncMonnlfs saved hit odd pennies until he could buy what III wauled of It niul thou he wade from It III equestrian statue of George Washington whlrh Is still among this family treasures Wlien lie wus ten years old Itanium circus cmne to town lie was an en thusiastic admirer of the parade and when the elephant appeared he becauit Intcuse He wiitchudh every motlun and Studied1 every line of the strange beast Then ho rushed into the house anti working HS last as he could modeled from memory a clay elephant of which ho needl nut bo tislm 11114 today At Uilrtiiii he carved a likeness of a pet bullfrog out of a Belgian paving block with an leI pick for a chisel Worlds Work Spoiled Her Beauty Harriet Howard of W 84th St New Yornat one time hall hei beauty epoiledwith skin trouble She writes I bad Salt Rheum dr Eczema for years hut nothing would cure it un til I used Bucklens Arnica Salve A quick and sure healer for cuts barns and sores 2e nt Short it Havnes dreg store dklniilnu n Sulilc The method of skinning a sable is to draw the skin over the head without any Incision III the body The feet and tail era left ns part of the fur Every thirtieth of tin Inch Is valuableI for the average length of the animal Is only twelve Inches teal the tall about Hlx Inches In the reign of Henry VIII the use of sable was forbidden to any below a viscount A coat lined with unities IIs often worth from WOO to 400 A set of sable tails can hardly be sold for less than G0London IStandard Sickening Slithering Fits of Ague and Malaria can be relieved sad cured with Electric Bitters ThisI is t pure tonic medicine of esoecial benefit in malaria for it exerts a true curative influence on the disease driving it entirely out of the system It is much to lit preferred to Quinine having none of this drugs land after effects E S Monday of Henrietta Tex writes My orotherl was very low with malaria fever and jaundice till he took Electric Bitters whichI saved his life At Short Haynes drag store price OOc guaranteed DUKES Clint Beavin moved to tbe joe Ball man farm Tuesday Bennie Bashatn was the guest of Miss Tula Lamb Patesville Sunday J Evans Patesville visited S Bar nett Sunday Mrs Minnie Basham and little daughter Pauline Woering was the guest of her motherinlaw Mrs Ellen Basham and family this week Miss Scnada Powers was the guest of Miss Carrie Basham Friday even- Ing Several from hero attended tbe party at Mrs T Harmons Patesville Fri day night W Rearden Pellville visited hid son Cicero Rearden and family Fri and Saturday Miss Ella Evans Patesville was the 1 guest of Flora Newbury last weeK Mr and Mrs Jonn Corley Oater wood are visiting her other b Row land a few days this wees Mr and Mrs James Harris have rented their farm and Will move to Davis county- R I Sapp Owensboro visited friends and relatives here a few days last wee W kites took a load of tobacco tov Owensboro last wel3kII Mr and Mrs J Bowliu moved from here to S Baku + below Patesvllle Tuesday A Grim Tragedy daily enacted in thousands of bomesII as Death claims in eacn one another victim of Consumption or Pneuconia 1 But whenlCouebs and Colds are proper ly treated tbe tragedy is averted F GHuntleyof Oaklandon Ind writes My wife had the consumption rind three doctors gave her up Finally sheI took Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds which cured her and today she is well and strong It sills tbe germ of all dis east One dose relieves Guaranteed at rOc and 100 by Short Haynes druggists Trial bottle free Tae Genre of the Sheep Anioiij the gypsies of Bosnia there Is a curious game called the game of the sheep You know they skin n sheep or gOlltE in the east by dragging the skin off whole over Its head This skin the Itosulans drip and grease most care fully Then they tie up the four logs 1 and the neck and blow It full of air so that It looks like a very greasy bndlre shaped sheep This Is thrown in the middle of a rlnp and each man in turn 1 Jumps on it with hare feet until one i succeeds lu bursting it The lucky one I then gets a purse Such a funny slI1tII as It is to see them Jump and sprawl for of course if they do not strike It at just the right angle they slip on the greasy surface ns If It were a toboggan slide and go sprawling lluel Individual plates for table use were unknown to the ancients who held their meat In their hauls or employed the tint wheaten cakes then made on which to hold their victuals They are first mentioned In A D a00 as used by I the luxurious on the continent and In the ninth century they had come into common ust Imth In Kngland and on the continent Ihry wore made of wood or some kind of enrtheuware the former material being preferred be- caUSe it did not dull the knives HAS STOOl THE TEST 25 YEARS Tin old oridiml JIIOVESI Tasteless ChiliI Tour You know what you are taking It Is Iron and quinine In H tasteless form No pure no pay MM Tin Snturnnlla The saturnalia was a midwinter feast of the Humans In honor of Sat urn beginning on Doc 17 On this oc casion great llfonsu was given to every one to do whet ho pleased and even the slaves wore penult tod much liberty of speech and action All work was suspended the houses and temples wore decorated congratulations wore exchanged and Ipresents sent us with us at Christ mas iiirr lie Curtfill A sporting payer recommends a cerItain way of avoiding the bites of a dog however snvnge All one has toI do IIs to stand perfectly still and hold ones bund out Tile dog says the writer will take the hand Into his mouth but will not bite M Rut what guarantee have we that the dog knows this London Globe nec1of Opinion Women are hard to understand said the callow philosopher Not at all answered Mr Meekton Henrietta hits never yet spoken her mind to me without making herself perfectly dear Washington Star Defined De Witt So you saw me stealing a kiss ell1 Upton1 did and I call It larceny De Wilt ecstatically Par don me grand larceny Glvrn sIIIIP Farmer Hyerhots much milk doen your cow give Fernier Myer She never gives any You got to take It Four Hundred Babies St Vincents Intant Asylum Chica go shelters homeless watts awaiting adoption and there are nearly 400 babies there Sister Julia writes 1 cannot say too much in praise of Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs colds croup and whooping cough Contains no opiates and is safe and sure Ask for Foleys Honey and Tar and insist upon having Itas it Iis a safe remedy and certain in resnltsRe fuse substitutes Sold by A R Usher Thru and sow When old Fladger came to this town twentylive years ago said the man In the mackintosh everything he 3bnd In the world was on his back And now queried tlio man who hud his feet on the table Well his wife and six daughters tave relieved him of the burden The carry It all on their backs nowChl cago Tribune u 35 CONVERSIONS 25 JOINERS To Church is Result of ee- tinin Iron Ore Hill Neighborhood LETTER FROM A MEMBER Editor of News Dear SlrTbe reo iva held at iron Ore Hill on the Bowling Green road near Balltown was closed Tan 9 It was in session two weeks Rev L E Boles or Cloverport and Rev H Gregg pastor of the Pellville church in Hancock county conducted the meeting of United Brethren A large attendance was bad The people hero are great ly interested m tbe salvation of their souls and a great dent of good has been accomplished by thi two preacners They are both good men and able min store We are glad they came they shall always be welcomed into our homes The meeting closed with thirty conversions and twenty five new members The new members will be baptised Jan 28 by Rev Cregg Wa have no church here and the meeting was beld in a vacant house of Mr Hiram Blairs We extend our thanks to Mr V G Babbage ot j Cloverpoitfor the wall paper he gave us to repare the house for the meeting Revs Boles and Cregg have organiz J ed a United Brethern thatch herewith twentylive members Our peo pie have come to realize the fact that they are greatly in need of a church for their children as well as themselves I think we will have one in the near futur At present we will have prayer meeting onec a week anti preaching ones a month in the house where J the revival was held Rev Boles will J preside as pastor for the ensuing year A Church Worker Jan 11 1000 Iron Ore Hill The Grip Before we cnn sympathize with others we must have suffered our selves No one can realize the suffer ing attendant upon an attack 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 tully Idles medical aid All danger from the grip howevermay he avoid sd by the pronpt use ot Chamberlains Cough Remedy Among theI tens of thousands who have used this remedy not one case ever nat been reported that has resulted in pneumonia or that has not recovered For sale by Short Haynes Washington Jan 9 Fourteen Kentucky postmasters tiled claims for amounts stolen from their offices last year Seven of these claims were allowed by the postmaster generel and nine were disallowed for want of proof that the amounts stated were not lost througn negligence or other causes which prevented the claims from being allowable The largest burglary claim allowed was at Clinton for J17 83 The next was Pineville 34639 A number o claims for fire losses were also allow ed 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 the digestive organs to transform all foods into the kindot rich red blood that makes health an4 strength Sold by all Druggists Mllrnur of the Illoail The mileage of the blood circulation reveals some astounding facts In our personal history Thus it has been calculated that assuming the heart to beat GO times a minute at ordinary heart pressure the blood goes at the rate of 207 yards In the minute or soy en miles per hour 1CS miles per day and 0320 miles per year If a man of eightyfour years of age could have one single blood corpuscle floating 1in his blood all his life It would have traveled in that same time 5150808 miles TVuteh aad See A well known horseman describes a fact In natural history which may not be generally known It Is that all tour tooled beasts In making the first move ment In walking running or any sort of forward motion always employ the left bind leg as n starter Even a child If put down on all fours and bid den to advance lu that position willI make the first move with Its left leg its hands at the time occupying the place of an animals fore legs An AcconiiillHlieil Fact Grandma may I take that piece of chocolate you left on the table I will1 be so good Yes you may take It moveyWhy dont you go and get it Ob grandma dear I ate it firstl 1 euln Ztalhlr te- sby earl l Prices are Good Terms are Better Machines the Deft You are assured of proper Instruction Supplies arid Accessories j Get a Singer Guarantee MAIN STREET CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY Irvington School Honor Ron j The following children of the Irving tcn private school having attained an average ot ninety or over in each subject are entitled to a place cn the honor roll for December Clane Jolly LewIs Herndon Walter Pigpott Mary Heron Ethel Dowell Margaret Jolly Morris McCoy Gilia Dowell Wathen Drury his Roe Eliza Piggott Katharine Wimp Dangers of a Cold and How to Atold Them More fatalities have their origin in or result from a cold than from any other cause This fact alone should make people more careful as there is no danger whatever from a cold when it is properly treated in the beginning For many years Chamberlains COl1gbC Remedy has been recognized as the I most prompt and effectual medicine in use for this disease It acts onII natures plan loosens the tough Il relieves the lungs opens the secretions and aids nature in restoring the system to a healthy condition Sold by Short Haynes Cloverport A Slice Off Hancock Dr Newsom of Cloverport writes Judge G D Chambers that the pro posed new county with Fordsville as the seat of government will take a slice ofT of Hancock running down to a point nearly to Patesville There is consider able opposition developing the project aside from this as the objectors insist that no sooner will Hancock be reduced in size than we will find ourself des prived of an individual representative in tbe Legislature and will probably be attached to another county Hancock Clarion Another Good Man Gone Wrong He neglected to take Foleys Kldnef Curo at the first sign of Kidney trou ble hoping it would wear away und he was soon a victim of Brights dls ease There is danger in delay but it Foleys Kidney Cure is taken at once the symptoms will disappear tbe kidneys are strengthened and you are soon sound and well A R Bass of Morgantown Ind had to get up ten or twelve times in the night and had thefkidneys and was cured by Foleys Kid ney CuresSofa by A R Fisher Judge Lynch Retires Raymond Lynch known wherever printers work as Judge Lynch has jus retired from the employ of the Louisville CourierJournal after service upon that paper for seventy years lack fag one month Mr Lynch wanted to round out the full seventy years but ill health prevented The management of the Courier Journal in recognition of his long and faithful service gave Mr Lynch a pension which will amply pro vide for him during tbe rest of bis life Mr Lynch began work with the Courier when be was fourteen years old A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES Itching Blind Weeding Protruding Piles Druggists are authorized to refund money It lA fO OINTMENT tolls to cnre In 6 to 14 days 50c Druggist Organize The Druggists of Meade and Breok enridge counties met at Irvington Friday and organized the Meade BreckenridgE Druggists Association G W Short of Cbverport was elect ed oresident Geo Worland ot Brand enburg VinePresident Frank KInche loe of Hardinsbnrg secretary W M Ditto of Brandenburg assistant eeoretaryt and P E Dempster of Irvington treasurer Tbe object ot the association is to better the business conditions of druggists in tbe state similar associations being organized all over the state with this object iin view The tlnklnnect Cat Is It true that your other ii BO 1angry with you that be eves refuses to speak to you Why he wont recognize mo at all He Is so angry that the last time we met be oven cut my allowance I Baltimore American OLD COINS OF DR J T OWENS Dr J T Owen of this city is the possesor of some very old coins which are in a remarkably well preserved condition The oldest rote is one which dates back as far as 1803 It is a one cent piece made of copper This was found on Dr Owens grand fathers farm near Glendeane which is now owned by Mr Robert Robertson The next oldest is a fifty cent piece of 1800 The others run up to 1822 The inscription on the faces of everyone of them can be easily read and the metal is almost bright Dr Owen has had this lot of coins in his possesion upwards to twenty years and is very proud of them He has been offered present cnrrancy amounting to many times their value Dr Owen is one of this towns old coins himself and is worth very much above par as a man in the es timation of Breckenridge county people The doctor is at a ripe old age but is still an active practioner in his pro fesslon He is a man of the old school and presents a type of manhood that should be an inspiration to young men His present good health and vitality is the highest compliment that can be paid him Itolilimon Crimoo Economist When the average boy spends the de lighted hours of Imaginative youth In devouring the pages of Hoblnson Cru soe he has like most people of morn mature years no Idea that he Is Peru ing a work of profound philosophy written by one of the greatest political thinkers of the English speaking race Taken with a knowledge of the facts of the career of De Foe Robinson Crusoe can properly be considered a story Intended to Illustrate the heavy burden of trouble placed upon flay slit cle Individual isolated from his fellows and compelled to maintain his existence without their aid The tale shows In an Inimitable way bow all civilized men are Interdependent ItQ arded from this point of view the author of the most widely read work of ficCjn ever written becomes an object of par titular Interest to all thinkers ufun politics William N huh M D In Watsons Magazine To Iounrt AVorilH When the reputablllty of punning Is under discussion it Is well to bear In mind that the very name of the jest confesses to a degree of atrocity To pun according to the London Chron icle Is to pound words to beat theme Into forced conditions so the philolo gists believe He would pun thee Into shivers with his fist says Thersltes in Troilus and Cresslda meaning physical pounding Pun Is not a slipshod development of pound but Its original form the AngloSaxon verb being punlau and pun or poun having developed a final d Just ns soun became sound and as the illiterate turn gown Into gownd Curiously enough pun and pound lave no connection with punching a mans head which is simply punishing contracted or with punching a ticket which goes hack to the Lntim pungere to prick or puncture MORE CHEAP RATES TO TEXASArk- ansas and the 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1 oj li 1 t i 3 i k c I t I f k- L t 1A 1t 1 c 1 F i The Breckenridge Nuys WEDNESDAY JANUARY 17 1900 I ADDITIONAL LOCALS Vestor Moore sold a fine 14 Ib turkey to the K P lodge last Thursday for their supper given Friday night Mrs Joe Fallon is visiting her par ents in Hawesville Miss Bessie Jarboe is in Hawesville visting relatives Miss Elnora Lewis and Frank uewia hove returned to tnelr home at Addi son after a visit to Owensboro Arthur Beard Hardinabnrg was hero last week Mr Muckenfusa was in Owensboro last week Mrs Tony Nicholas spent Thursday in Hawesvule Tho Ladies Reading Club was en tertained beautifully Thursday by Mrs C W Moorman Miss Elizabeth Skillman read The Club will be tho guest of Mrs Jno D Babbago next Thursday Mrs J H New auer was in Owens boro Thursday Mra Harry Morrison went to Owens Jiljoro Thursday A bunch of High school girls forgot to go to school last Wednesday after noon and Incldently wandered out to Pattons pond to skate Eugene Furrow Htle six year old son ot Mi and Mrs Sam Furrow of tho West End was up town Wednes day The little fellow has been sick sixteen weeKS with typhoid fever and this is his first trip up town in that many weeks Eugene is happy to be out again and the News is happy for himFrank Pate and Alfred Blair were in Ball tjwn Friday Born to the wife of J W Tatum last Thursday a week ago u tine girl President Roosevelt last week be came a fnlltledged lied Man Mrs J T Mattingly lett today for Morganfield to visit her parents Mr andMra James Mattingly Miss Ruth Haynes has returned from a visit to friends in Rocport IndVorter Moore shipped Thursday three fine breeding hogs from Clint Murrays tarm near town to Simp son Holt Vicennea Ind Mrs Sue Mnrcell of Enid Okla who has been visiting her relatives Mr and Mrs Joe Mullen has return ed home fLoon McGavock sustained an Injury ao his right shoulder two weeks ago while out on his weekly sales trip The Injury at the time received was not thought to be of any consequence but last week it developed into a very sore arm Mr and airs Joe Fallon will go to housekeeping as oon as n house can be procured Trains are now running over the Henderson Routes now bridge spanning Salt river The bridge is prcticaally completed The finish ings will all be on bv lass of this week Regular traffic will probably be run over the extension about April 1 The road will have a better service into Louisville when trains are put on the new tracK since they will not be delayed JlS they are now by the I U traffic The L N has a dnble track into Louisville and the Hender son Route will RO in the city ovre one oftheseMiss Maigneritte Dowsy who lives with Mrs Harvey English near Ste phensport was the guest of Rev and Mrs J T Lewis putt of last week Mrs Larkin Gibson and sister Miss Eliza Squires of near Hardlnsburg visited Mrs Will Gibson at Holt ThursdayJMBeavin Hites Rundelivered tc J H Phelon last week 3000 lbs of Burley tobacco He received 772 odfGreatly In Demand Nothing is more 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 toed to cure stomach andllivor troubles Try them At Short and Haynes drugstore jprlce 250 guaranteed Ithenmntlnui and Tnn The discovery of n remedy for rheu matism by menus of tan was accidentally made by n tanner of Ulm Wurttemberg One day he fell into one of his own vats and as no ouo was near be hal to remain in the tanning liquid for over half jiu hour When rescued he found it is said that his rheumatism had entirely left him He then turned doctor and treated by menus of n system called electrotanno therapln For coughs and colds 110 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 Whooping congh eto Children te it Sold by all Druggists B Y P Ue SOCIAL A BIG SUCCESS 100 People Enjoyed Themselves Old Folks Especially Did So WAS HELD IN OELZES HALL Everyone of all tbo one hundred people at the BYP U social in Oekos hall last Tuesday night was chucK tnll of fun and every pne chucKled it out Long sterotyped tares that had not been moved with laughter for many moons burst out in smiles and then into glad roarers of some sort of vibra tions that meant that they really were tickled Even the preachers play ed flkiptoinylou with that sparkling hunch of boy heart breaking maid ens Calm old deacons sallied forth from there heavenly state and swung arms with the young lovablys of the fair Hex Tne young folks themselves were so exultant with frivouty that no game was too much for them Drop the handherchelf skip to my lou and other fun making creations were indulged in hy all to the utmost limit But suddenly unexpectedly all of this fun stopped Everybody in an instance was making a mad rush lot a chair Some were too slow to get a chair and had to be contented with a seat upon one of the table The reason ot this Ah it ia easy It was wnlspered that chocolate cheese pickles and sand witch would he served to those holding seats Luck was free and the crowd everyone of itfonnd a seat After this a newspaper was gotten up by corpe of editors Blank sheets were given throughout the crowd on which news was to be written and banded in to the editors The editors spent fortyfive minutes in the make up of the paper which proved to be the funniest for some ever publish ed in Cloverport Its columns wore open to everything that a frivolous butch might think of and want published When the paper was finished Mr Leonard Oelze read it aloud Very few of those present were spared from a notice of some kind Bachelors engaged couples and puppy love matches were especially in line lor notorietyThe YP U social committeeconi posed of Misses Ethel Oelze Maude Polk and Ray Beyser is to be thanked for all the tun All other members ot the Union also aro to be thanked for everyone of them looked after the visitors pleasure Eacb member of the Union waa en titled to two guests Dragged to Death A miserable invalid suffering from disordered female functions monthly pains nervousness falling feelings dizziness indigestion biliousness constipation J etc will find relief in Wine of Cardui and Thedfords BlackDrauth two of the most valu able reliaole scientific curative medicines known for the treatment of sick women Thev are sold at all drug stores and should be in every homo Try them A Curium Legend- There Is a curious legend In regard to Deadmans place Southwark London An Ingenious old writer says that the name originated as follows In Dead mansl place at St Mnryoverus a man servant bolus burled lit seven of the flocke la the morningI and the grave standing open for morn dead Commodi ties at fours of the rlocko In the spate evening hy wits got up alive ogalno by a strange miracle which to be true and certnlne hundreds of people can testlfie that salve him note like a coun try Ghoste In hula white peackled sheete However a store exact his torlan explained that the name was merely a s+ tjutfi ot Deimoadi place TO CURS A COLD IN ONE DAY Tako LAXATIVE IHtOMO Quinine Tablets EWCeremony I think there Is a great deal of dSt ferl ce between that species of ceremony which exists with acquaintance and that which should always exist with the best of friends the one pre vents the growth of affection the other preserves In In youth and ngeLetters- of Maria Edgeworth Heller- Figg Youll generally find that people believe what they want to believe Fogg Yes and probably that accounts for the belief la everlasting punish ment for other people of coursebe lug so popular 4 Were we eloquent as angels yet ws should please some people more by lis totting than by talking Colton ASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears rho- Bignattuo SJTif of aftfffl X UrenllI A scientist explains some of the strange phenomena of ilrrtuus by say lug that they are due to what ho II hereditary memory lie t Ik4 JSI falling through space dream ami pouts out lint after sulTerlng the JlHUI tal agony of falling the sleeper capes the shock of the actual lgI The explanation is that the falling SIIInations have been transmitted remote ancestors who were fortunate I enough to save themselves after fll I fug front great heights in treetops by clutching the branches The molecu Inr changes in the cerebral cells due to the shoP of stopping could not be transmitted because victims falling to the bottom would be killed In a similar manner by reverting to the habits of animals which existed centuries ago the saute investigator tlnds an expla nation for the mental state experienc ed by individuals in various dreams the pursuing monster dream the reptile uml vermin dream color dreams suffocation dreams flying dreams and the like uncU McdlilnoH of HJKOIIC Onyx Nearly everything In the animal kingdom watt formerly used In the healing art In the oldest medical book now known composed In Hello polls where once Joseph served In the house of 1otiplmr we hind means for Increasing the growth of hair prepar ed for Schesch the mother of Teta the king of upper and lower Egypt Dogs teeth overripe dates and asses hoofs were carefully cooked In oil and then grated As Teta lived be fore Cheops tills recipe for hair oil is older than the great pyramid at Jlxeh and Is supposed to date back more than 0000 years The heads of venomous serpents have held an Important place In medicine A strong broth made from them nud mixed with salt anti spices and 100 other remedies was employed under the name of theriac as n cure for every conceivable disease Three drops of the blood of an angry cat gave relief to the epileptic Camp ThlliltH The muskrat may be broiled over theI hot embers with sliced bacon so ar ranged that the drippings run over the musquash as It cooks or It may be made Into a stew with vegetables and pork and In this case the longer It simmers over the fire the better will be the results Only seasoned campers ever have an opportunity to feast on the delicious nose of a moose or know the delights of marrowbones of deer split and mixed with parched corn meal and cooked nil night or Irked venison pounded to fragments and cooked with rich bears fat musk tur tle soup porcupine steaks with hell benders as n side dish And although thousands of muskrats lire killed and eaten every year In Maryland and Delaware probably but few of my readers In the northern states will ex periment with this rodent Outing GlilneNc Cooking Svoretn I once attended a mandarins ban quiet In Peking said an exconsul and it was tho most remarkable feast I ever sat down to One course appear ed to be plain lard boiled eggs The eggs came on unadorned Their shells were Intact anti yet when we broke In to them we found that they contained nuts and sweetmeats Another course was whole oranges with unbroken skins yet Inside the oranges were five different kinds of jelly The Chinese guests took these two courses as a mat ter of course but I In amazement asked our host how on earth they lied been concocted lIe stalled and shook his h4 IAh that he said Is my cooks secret Warren nnil JelTernon Joseph Jefferson was playing Sher idans comedy of The Rivals In Boston on ore occasion many years ago Ills version of time play had been arranged In such a way as to give Bob Acres considerably more promi nence perhaps than the author originally Intended occasionally at the ex pease of the other characters Wil liam Warren the old comedian sat the play out and at its conclusion was asked How do you like Jeffersons Bob Acres Capital capital replied Warren Maud Sheridan twenty miles away Cnrlylen Way Carlyle appears In a brief reminis cence from the pen of Percy Fitzgerald thus The thing with Carlyle was to send out for a long churchwarden a clay pipe and a screw of tobacco which put him In great good humor lIe talked to his plate as you might say If anybody said anything from which he dissented you would hear him murmuring Oh the pulr auld fool a regular pulr auld fool Mp Mulit A case was being tried on the charge of selling Impure whisky The whisky was offered In evidence Jury retired to try the evidence Judge presently What Is the verdict Foreman of the Thirsty Jury Your honor we want more evidence San Francisco New Letter A CnnJiiRnl TIlt Husband I see plainly you want to get up n quarrel And In time street too Walt nt least till we are Inside our own house Wife Impossible I shall have cooled down before we get there Paris Journal Wanted to Find the Crumb Mamma What aro you tearing your doll to pieces for Ilattle Im looking for tho crumb of comfort papa said was to be found In everything Man Is tho merriest of all the species of creation Above and below him all are serious Addlson Vinolis fast superseding oldfashioned cod liver oil and emulsions because without a drop of oil or disagreeable feature it contains all the medicinal elements of cod liver oil actually taken from fresh cods livers By our process the oil having no value either as a medicine or food is separated from the medicinal elements and thrown away Unlike oldfashioned cod liver oil and emulsions Vinol is deliciously palatable agreeable to the weakest stom ach and therefore unequaled as a body builder and strength creator for old people puny children weak rundown men and women after sickness and for all pulmonary diseases Everything Vinol contains is named on the label OUR GUARANTEE We have such faith in VINOL that if you will take it we promise if it does not benefit or cure you we will return you your money without question We take all the risk SHORT HAYNES DRUGGISTS Cloverport Ky A Happy Home To have a happy home you must have children as they are great happyhome makers If a weak caiman you can be made strong enough to bear healthy children with little pain or discomfort to yourself by taking IIi I Womans Relief It will ease away all your pain reduce inflam mation cure lejcorrhea whites falling womb ovar ian trouble disordered menses backache headache etc and make childbirth natural and easy Try itAt every drug store in 100 bottles WRITE US A LETTER yourtroublesplain sealed envelope Address La dies Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn OFCARDUI II DUE TO CARDUI and nothing else Is my baby girl now two weeks old writes Mrs J P West of Webster City Iowa She Is a fine healthy babe ant we are both doing nicely The BUSY MANS Line Betw- eenLouisville Evansville St Louis ard- Southwest IS VIA LouisvilleHenderson 8i St Louis Ry HENDERSON ROUTE PULLMAN SLEEPERS FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS Special Houndtrip Holmseekers Rates to southwest and west first and third Tuesdays January and February 1906 Special Tourist Rates to Colorado Toxns Mexico and New Mex ico on sale daily until April 30 Limit to return May 31 1900 Secondclass Colonist Rates to southwest Tickets on sale first and third Tuesdays of January and February 1905 Ask us for rates JJ G Gallagher L J Irwin Traveling Passenger Agt General Passenger Agt PROFESSIONAL CARDS I StylishComfortable Tailor made clothes All the latest patterns for uity and trousers in high gridc fabric Clothes mude by modern methods Fit guaranteed Modem prices Ex 1pert tailois employed- J I II HLNSCIIE Casper May 1 Co Cannelton Ind V G BABBAGE AttorneyatLawPUBLIC I Many years experience in settling estates All collections reas Unable KctthtckyI H DeH MOORMAN t Attorney at Law- HARDINSDURO KY WI practice his professlon In ail of the COttottescollecttngroadI CourtsOatce I ZO = rI m If you have anything you t want to turn into money use our Want Column ij One fellow advertised a t layingit11 time in this column week and sold it form1 11cash r I appearedYou the Saturday after th rg- LOUISVILLE i z EVANSVILLE PACKET COt INCORPORATED Fast Mail nnd Iassenger Line between Louisville and Rvans vine- Steamers I Tarascon Tell City Leave Louisville Monday Wedges day Friday and Saturday 4 p m Leave Evansville Monday 10 a m Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 6 p m Through freight rates and passenger tickets to Cincinnati Freight shipments delivered quicker than by rail PASSENGER FARE REDUCED I Cloverport to Louisville 175 Clavorport to Evansville 175 Cloverport to Owensboro 7C I stockIj LouisvillefKy iC V WILLIAMS 67 F antf A GEOH WILSON Snot I Sour StomachNo appetite loss of strength nervotrw ness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour risings and catarrh j I of the stomach are all due to Indigestion I Kodol cures Indigestion This new discov- eryII represents the natural juices of dltea lion as they exist In a healthy stomach combined with the greatest known tonla and reconstructive properties Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does not only cure Indigestion and dyspepsia but this famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomach Mr S S Ball of Rayaniwood W Va smI was troubled with sour stomach for twenty years Kodol cured me and we aro now using It In mlfe for babyKodol Digests What You Eat Bottles only S i00 SUa holdlnt 2K times the trW sire which sells for 50 cents Prepared by It O DtWITT fc 00 OHIOAQOb Sold by all Druggist Ask for the 1905 Kodol Almanac and 200 Year Calendar PISOS CURE CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS B t C jueh Syrup Tastes Good b itTSS Std by drueests CONSUMPTION PARKERS BALSAMClean hairlYumnteigrowthNever yllairCURI tcip deea s hair ttltiez- 4oc adI1 Pnigffltti Will Support Smith A special dispatch from Frankfort to Louisville Times says Dr Milton Board the Breckeuridgc politician who so ably looked after the Fourth Con gressional district and served others in that end of the State as well has de clared that he will support Congress man David H Smith for reelection and said that Mr Smith will have no oppo sition front his Boards friends Ir Board will remain here tor a few days 1 a 7Jf11t ryrti v a9 e ve 4 1 I 1 I I f I J h r f r L 1 l V1 1 a I k 8 The Breckenridge N Vs1 WEDNESDAY JANUARY 17 1000 HARD1NSBURQ County court next Monday W J1 Hull of Kockvalo was in town Sunday Miss Hughes of Willmore is visiting Mrs Margaret May Gus D Shcllmtin was in Louisville lust week on a business trip Coland Mrs David It Murray wore visitors at Stephonsport Sun dayMiss Lelia McGary entertained tho Fireside Club Saturday after noonDr J11 11 Hart of McDaniels was in the city Monday on a busi ness trip Mrs Wm M Hensley was a visitor in Louisville several days of last week Mrs K J1 Wright of Louis ville is visiting her sister Miss Tidy Mercer Milt Miller has moved his fam ily into the B F Beard property on Third street Marvin 1D Beard returned home Friday from a business trip to Indianapolis Joo TealV expects to move into his new store on Main street with in the next month Mr and Mrs C V Kobertson have moved into their now resi donco on Main street Bate Herndon of Irvington the won known insurance agent was in town tho first of tho week The meeting at the 11 E church conducted by the Kev Isaiah Cline closed Sunday night The Kev Everett English of StophensixMt was the guest of iIr end Mrs Lee Walls Sunday Mrs Nannie 1 J Vathon of Ir vington was the guest of Mr and lire Morris II Beard H few days of last week Prof Ilemstrcct a mind render nnd hypnotist nave entertain ment at tthe Opera House Monday and Tuesday evenings Sherman Ball has accepted a positional traveling salesman with the Blue trams Tobacco Co of Louisville ills territory iis the State of Tennessee Tho company is an independent concern Mix Kosa Lou Ditto has been nominated as Breekenridge coun tva candidate in the Tourtoo Europe contest conducted by the CourieriFounml Her friends should rally to her suppor- tPATESVILLE J Items are precious this week F Young is on the sick list James Xix was in Clovorport Friday on business Dr J T Milner was in Hawes vilfe Friday afternoon ID ti Hatliekl is running A ifHit mill at this place On account of the push in trade at the Tierney Gabbert store Alias Nellie 1FawverI iis employed clerk There will be a pie supper at this place on Saturday evening January J7 for the benefit of the Baptist church J W Medcalf of Pellvillc REAl THIS Bowling Green lane li 1001 Dr IL W Hall St Louis Mo Dtfur SirI bare used your Texas Wonder Rolls Great Discovery for kidney and bladder troubles and can cheerfully recommend it to all suffering from kidnoy und bladder tronble- Respectfully J H HE3PEK A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of the Texa Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and blndder troubles re moves gravel cures diabetes seminal emissions weak and lame backs Kueamatisni and all irregularties of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your druggist will bo sent by wail on receipt of 1 One small bottle is two months treatment ani seldom tails to perfecta cure lk E W Hall Sole Manufac turer P 0 Box 029 St Louis Mo Send tor testimonials Sold byall druggists DOCTOR CURED Of ECZEMA Maryland Physician Cures Himself of Eczema with Cuticura Remedies Prescribes Them and Has Cured Many Cases Where Other Formulas Have FailedDr Fisher Says i CUTICURA REMEDIES POSSESS TRUE MERIT S II My fare was afflicted with eczema in the year 1897 I used the Cuticura Remedies nnd was entirely cured I mn a practicing physician nnd very often prescribe Cuticura Resolvent and Cutlcura Soap in cases of eczema and they have cured where other formulas have failed I am not in the habit of endorsing patent medicines but when I find remedies possessing true merit such as the Cuticura Remedies do I am broadminded enough to proclaim their virtues to the world I have been prac ticing medicine for sixteen years and must say I find your Remedies A No 1 You are at liberty to publish this letter tmlryoursMd May 241005 CUTICURATHESET11 Complete Treatment for Every Humor from Pimples to Scrofula Bathe the affected parts with hot water and Cuticura Soap to cleanse tho surface of crusts nnd scales and soften tho thickened cuticle dry applyCuticuraitrhing irritation and inflammation and soothe and heal and lastly tuko Cuticurn Resolvent Pills to cool and cleanse the blood A single set costing but one dollar is often sufficient to disfiguringitehlng and blood humors with loss of hair from infancy to ago wlun all else fails Cutkuri Sop Me Ointment Ml Ilriolrtnt We fin foniof ChocuUtr Cottad HlliifSc ptr Till of CA ere sold throughout tkr world Iotter Drug and Chen Corp sole Irtpt Itotton Dillguringlliueof brought one of his little girls to this place Saturday to live with Mr Compton for awhile HITES RUN Miss Bertha Smith is better Porter Atwood who has been sick for some time is no better Henry Waggoner was in Owensboro last week on busiuets John Agnew has been visiting his son Gardner at Cloverport The young folks enjoyed a party at Lee Millers Monday night Cleveland Miller was the guest of Miss Hillie Chttpin Sunday Thomas Utsham has purchased the Win Gilbert farm Consideration 850 Mies Hullic Chapin was the guest of her aunt Mrs Chas Chapin last week Misses Eva Miller aud Bernie lIawI kins were the guests of Mr and Mrs Witvits Miller of New Bethel Tuesday MATTINGLY Mrs Henry Paul is very ill Alex Petty is sery ill with lung lroubleIFine Trains to Florida Via SouthI ern Railway and QueenI Crescent Route Flonda Limited leaving Louis villa 8 A M daily connects at Danville i Ky with solid train of Pull Ulan sleepers mid vestibuled coaches via Chattanooga and Atlanta arriv ing Jacksonville at 850 A 11 and at Augustine to A M next day without change Dining Cur serves all meals enroute 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 I riOP M1 and St Augustine at 10P M next day From Danville this is solid train of Drawing Room Sleepers Composite car Observation cat etc Dining Gar serves all meals enroiite Via the Land of the SkyPull man Sleeper leaves Louisville 74G P DL daily running through ti Knox villle where connection is made at 935 A Mwith through sleeper to Jacksovilie via Asheville Columbia und Savannah arriving Jacksonville 0 A M1 Winter Tourist Tickets Good returning until May Hist ate now on sale dally 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 Winter Homes or other handsomely illustrated BooKlets folders rates etc add ress any agent of tho Southern Ry or CH Hnngorfordi DPA Louisvillle Ky G JJ Allen AGPA St Louis W C Rinearson G P A QO Ro ute Cincinnati 0 ww Born December 29 1905 to the wife of Frank Mattingly a boy Miss America Frank is recovering front an attack of pneumonia Epton Bivin of Owensboro is visiting his grandmother Mrs Snm Taul Miss Millie Pate of Cloverporl visit ed relatives near this place last week John Dick and James Bivin have gone to Evansrille to seek employment Mrs C B Iate of Cloverport visit ed her daughter Mrs Alfred Hawkins last week Geo Walls sal family moved 1riday from the Alf Hawkins farm to the Dingus farm ou Beechfork Messrs Owen and Floyd Whitehouse of Mt Vernon Ind visited friendsj here during the holidays Misses Malissie and Nelia Mattingly visited their cousins Misses Emma and Lillie Burdell at Tar Pork last week Miss Maynie Hawkins has returned to her home at Cloverport after spending several days with relatives aud frien- dsSTEPHENSPORT Lee Morgan is very ill at this writing Di W H Wimp was in Louisville SaturdayMr Mrs L D Fox were in Union Star Saturday Mrs A S Johnson and children have returned home from Louisville Gen D R Murray wife nnd little daughter spent the day here Sunday Letcher Brown ad family left Sun day for Louisville where they will make their home Richard Crittenden died Saturday night His remains were taken to Frankfort for iuleruisnt Mrs James Kelsey of CinciuuHtlwho 1 has been a guest at the Conn house for several days Las returned home Ely Brown and wife of Frankfort were called here Saturday to the bedside of their dying brother Richard Crittenden UNION STAR Miss Annie BArhee is very sick John IL Hampton is going to move onto n farm- Croftou Cashman sold 80 worth of hogs last week There will be a telephone meeting at Mystic this week Crofton Cashman is going to purchase a telephone Adam Bashani was in Louisville last week with tobacco- E E Chism is going to move onto the Washington farm S W Shelaiaa bought a fine crop of tobacco from Geo S Keto A Tutschke was in Louisville last week to visit his son Carlton Chas Kroush has moved to his new home ou John Gardners place Little Ida Ddtschke returned home Sunday from a visit to her grandparents Mr and Mrs A Dutschke Sttxton Dutschke says he hits seen good tobacco and a lot of sorry tobacco jin his riding over the countr- yIRVINGTON little Mary Heron is very ill with toiiailitis Lonnie Dowell left Saturday to visit friends at Owensboro- R 11 Jolly Jr was absent from town last week for several days Visit ing Mrs Nannie Watnon spent several days in Hardinsburg last week on business H H Kemper has returned from a several days visit to his parents of near Gratz Miss Emily MeAteor of Louisville- is the guest of Mrs Nannie Wathen for several days George Viscman and family left Sat urday for Corydon Ind to make it rhoir intnre homo Mr and Mrs Ben Bates of Louisville have moved into the Green cot tape on College street Miss Essie Biggs left Saturday for Louisville where she expects to visit Mr and Mrs Frank Ferry lor some timeMiss Lena Mudd left last woek for a visit to relatives and friends in Louis ville Elizabethtown and Hodgens villeThe Ladies afternoon Reading Club will again meet with Mrs R M Jolly on Friday 10 with Mrs R B McGlotban as leader Miss Virginia Callhoun returned to her home in Owensboro Saturday atter being the guest of nor cousin Mrs E W Graves tor two weeks Mr Brown near McQnady moved his family into the vacant house just vacated by Mr and Mrs J N Fallon of Cloverport Friday The Public school will close Jan 18 with an entertainment by the pupils The Sprung school will begin with in two weeks with the same teachers Miss CoralI Whittinghill as principal and Miss Eula Hensey as assistant John B Brooke of New York rep resenting the Osborne Art Calandor Company was here this week Tribute to the Memory of Mrs Wm II Cain Hy Bowleyvlllo PunOnyScliool On the morning of the fifth of January 1906 without a moments warning the spirit of our friend Mrs Sallie Jolly Cain was called to God who gave it As a Sun dayschoolwe would pay our tribute of love and appreciation and pray that the consolations of Gods grace may abound to the husband children father mother sister and brothers We sympathize with all who knew her worth and valued her lpvingnwmoiy the Sundayschool She loved this work and was always to be found in her place Wo suggest that the Sunday school emulate her example in earnest preparation faithfulat tendance and conscientious in struction unit pray that God may raise up one to take her place She organized Teachers Meet ng and insisted upon regular at tendance and thorough study of the lessons She loved every branch of church work and met all duties andobligations with cheerfulness jthoughtfulness and determination to do her best I In all the walks of life we will greatly miss her Wo owe her much and mourn our loss God bless nil in tho home circle I Jall who knew and loved her best jas well as the whole church Ifcsolveil That a copy of above be sent to the family published in churchand county papers andre corded in minutes of the Sunday school Kespectfully and tenderly sub mittedMrs Laura L Stith Mrs Maggie Ilardaway Mrs Sara Lewis Drury Miss Eliza Barrett of Uwensboro is visiting Miss Elnora Lewis at Addison End View Neccesaries Only Frankfort Ky Jar 12ln the present condition o the states finan ces the Legislature will bo assed to provide onlyI for a habitable Capitol building nil purely ornamental ttppm tenances und surroundings to be left to future General Assemblies But the building and furnishings without the embellishments are to be a credit to the State All of this to be done with an additional expenditnie of from 250O0LI to 500 000 This is at least the of Gov Becklmui who met with the Capitol Committee of the house of which R M Russell is chairman and the committees on Libraries and Public Buildings of the Seaateol which E P Hillen water is chairman The meeting was held this afternoon in the office of the Governor and the of the nrhcitect F M Andrew were gone over Mr Andrews recommends the expenditure of 1028 125 tor competing the building Mrs Elizabeth Wiltmer Cannelton is tlw guest of her dangher Mrs Dar nell Dowden Mr fleissnersKIDNEYS I Pe=ru=na Promptly Cured Him 1J Mr Otto A FleTssner js J I Ualnler Grand Hotel J O I Seattle Washington I CoadyBuffaloflI suffered with kidney and bladder until life did not seem 1worth living I had tried many medicines but did not get any rerlief until I took It was wonderful how much better Ii was after I had used this medicine only a week I did not expect that it would help me permanently but as long as it was doing me good I con I tinued to use it At the end of six months I found to my relief that it J had rid my system of all poisons and that I was cured to stay cured You certainly have a splendid medicine and I gladly itOtto A Fleissner w Catarrh of tho Kidneys a Common DiseaseKidney Trouble Often Falls to Be Regarded as Catarrh by Physicians Catarrh of tho kidneys la very com mon indeed It Is a pity that this fact is not better known to tho physicians as as well as to the people People have kidney disease Thby take somo diuretic hoping to got bettor They never once think of catarrh Kid noy disease and catarrh are seldom as sociated in tho minds of the people and alas they are not very often associated PERUNA CURES CATARRH OF THE KIDNEYS in tho minds of the physicians Too fowphyslcians recognize catarrh of the kidneys They doctor for some thing else They try thU remedy and that remedy The troublo may be ca tarrh all tho time A few bottles of Pc runa would cure thorn Ask Your Druggist for Free Cloverport M re Sheep Killing Dogs Jesse Howard of Glendeanc had thirteen head of fine ow s- kIlled last week by dogs IIad they lived they would have drop ped two Iambs to each ewe Mr Howard says his loss is fully 100 Hero is another instance for the need of a dog law Fine Bird Dog Louis Ashley will ship to Granville Wells Junction City lies this week a fine bird clog valued at 150 Loui says this is one of tho best dog that ever went out of the county Another Fine Stallion Squiro Chas IT Drury has just returned from theBlue Grass country and brought with him a fine stallion for service this spring No man in the county is showing more enterprise in tho business of Take Seven Million boxes sold in past 12 months TblS WERE SOAKED WITH trouble Poruna really endorse Peruna Removes the Cause of the Kidney Trouble Forums strikes at tho very ccntro of the difficulty by eradicating the catarrh from tho kidneys Catarrh is the causo of kidney difficulty Remove tho cause and you romovo tho effect With unerring accuracy Pcruna goes right to the spot Tho kidneys are soon doing their work with perfect regularity Thousands of Testimonials Thousands of testimonials from pee plo who have had kidney disease which had gone beyond the control of the physician are received by Dr Hartman every year giving Peruna tho wholo praise for marvelous cures Address Dr Hartman President of The Hartman Sanitarium Columbus OhioAll correspondence hold strictly con fidential Peruna Almanac for 1906 West of recommendation recommendations live stock than Squire Drury He deserves tho ofallfarmers who are desirous of improving their herds A Patient Scot Alexander limes Shand In l uA fScotchmanhood He used to drive cattle In a flowing flowered dressing gown which had been passed on to him and he only shaved his gray beard at long intervals One of my earliest recollections is seeing him biting off the tails of a litter of terrier puppies In the court yard lIe was n philosopher in his own way and with the free run of tho sery ants hall and butlers pantry ho took life easily lIe never complained Once when the landlord pant n morning visit that personage splashed from the drainage outside the door into a puddle within where some ducklings were disporting themselves and tho wet was dripping over him from the blackened rafters Why John was the exclamation you nre in n terrible state here We must have your root overhauled Aye its lettln In some water was the reply but Its gey thick and they areibut little drops and I do weel cneuch In tho bed under my auld umbrella r rToCure a Cold in One Day IsdAdUVe Brumo y1POIOe Tablets signature patronage c8 4wtm CATARRH Cures Grip 1JIn Two Days on every bcx25c y j t C ia aa r I i I 1l t- a f tt- s I rli r iI IfMs i I- ial rep te real trop port boa noI and is e- bustI club I seIand J wanJsiteii topwouli woulicould couldthe kind town HoweBarry succetllsh berrd were I the d uommganize Severn was or was p- flonr short I 9 bat emerclafare dl ganiztbirth bIrthwelded weldedthis years U As mat t done u- naturalc not C- OThe 1 belrton i cial Clul ness met- Views of tho olab- every II- ceptlon an organ es A Corn have one ed WQ aim nieroial and will welfareAn be a stro ness Inter t fi 1Sets to- organize fj to build nJ to encoura enterpriser mercial Cl be on the I evervthing welfare A Oum2t needed in Iy In favor t f I If a Jomr J nJsix months by having in favor oir hall have 0- r fI fr i I A Comma gpeotor asks into a town at onco by I sul l know kelp Clovci tneratel1 Clut avet Yor gyp J D la- r 1